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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l7f 4 k f 4M 11 I S Jih f 4f ft I THE CLAYTY TIMES11 il LJ 0 tJ50 Cents a Year In Advance We ail ee to help laYl e Sorfo tiCountry and OnrselvesT e Burgher Putjirsner VOL XV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 9 J9IO NO 23 The Republicans are all at loggerheads over the disposition the Government is to make of the money received from the Postal Savings Banks Just shows how weak the Republican party is in Statesmanship For instance the banks in each State should have a chance at it or a part of it Fhe Government t pays the depositor 2 and the banks can pay the Government 8 and then the banks can lend lend it into channels of commerce at 6 and thus get the money from its hiding place into circu lation which is the principal ob ject of the bill- According to the Alabama Su promo Court it is wrong to lend whiskey to a friend What however is the Alabama Su promo court between friends When we think of an innocent honest man like President Taft being a Republican we are almost persuaded that Republicanism is more of a disease than a crime What the railroads would like to know is how they are going to keep on increasing their divi dends if they dont increase their 4 freig H tratesLulf you meet on the highway knock if down says an excha Wei he tariff is4 a on the MshWa1al t Thcol ilc wag r1 freoa i 11 fdnr o ntlnrq whtcr ramihdd ufTthat Dr book received a simi lar honor in New Yorfe J h It would puzzle Solomon tot make but why an extra bright I woman so often marries a man as x dull as a boysjioe r Nothing inthe world has done Any more to help the fpol killer catn his salary than selfconceit Whenyou are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready for you The new + spring styles we are showing in men I and young mens suits will appeal toI the most critical and exacting dresser t w It will pay you to see the excellent range of styles patterns and colors we- S are showing We have clothing that is appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in andglance + throughyou will appreciate then grace drape style and excellece of i fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring SuitsI The fabrics were tedledand well sclecled much care given to the cut ting and makingthe fit and finish Wefments in the State and youll agree i with us once you see them t Council heeetlng The City Council met in regu lar session Friday night for the transaction of business and after the allowance of regular bills other matters were taken up The sale of the telephone fran chise was confirmed The selec tion of teachers wJiicK as to have come up at tliienideltu was deferred until the y meeting to get mote applicants Luther Loving was elected Mayor to fill the vacancy caused by the death of H 0 Warmouth S D Rose was elected City Pkr to fill the vacancy caused by Mr Loving being elected Mayor Tie meeting was adjourned till Monday night The business to coma up at the adjourned meeting was not made knownt Site Selected Judge J H Evans D S Hag gard Road Supervisor from Clark county and the Special Commissioner from this county met at the lbegrudcroRsing between the two counties Mon day and agreed upon the site for the erection of the bridge An engineer was present who will draw plans for samt after which bids will be received for the con stuction of the bridge The peo pIe of Powell county will have to subscribe 100 cash to pay for right of way and build approaches to get to the bridge as this county refuses to do anything J ro JijawJlIlv itsprppo t tltiI rtionlij v1 theMone otr bridge St Louis which has grown to be the largest shoe market in the world shipped 452753 pairs of shoes last week or 23780 eases B T Burch of Winchester was here yesterday and bought another car of lumber with to build another tobacco barn IliSMMFESSELS1 1 l f 1If I w i p jeq k r 1 ProtMCls Effective Every pritttSr and publisher in the cou il ill be pleased to learn that thfpmrnittee on post offices and pois roads has report ed favorably the house of rep resentativefl a Ton Velle bill prohibiting imprinting of stamp governmentFor their vbfcesVkgjiinst this unjust competition tiiat last1ouiishcd- througbth acefjf Uncle Sam but not untmjcply has an or ganized elFe itmade to have the practice tIrons During theae years of dollars worth of bwrfriess legitimately belonging to iiliir printer and publishers has ebn taken from them because ff their inability to competew tit e prices otter ed by the goveritthtnt The storm of dfsapprotialrnQat last taken effect however Ji according to present p ospecjlB this competi tjonwln h had a good ex nude for existihhwill soon be stopped The gl has been a long and tand again proves the ficiehof a protest by the altnoap nilitwpilbliBhing fra ternity tItI Death 6 MrgWldtea AI JsEaerr parted this life Sltu aryiune Uh after l lingering i I the pxst few nlontIi somewhat Uiiexpoctedp t htinj She essert ro tlier JtvJlJJived since theMleath of her bus band James white about five years ago Funeral services at the home Monday Eld J T Turpin afler whibh the remains Were laid to rest jn the Salem graveyard Deceased was 73 years old and was a consistent member of the Baptist church afc Powells Valley She is survived by two suns P D Todd of this county and JohuM Todd of Ofark coun ty She was twicemarried First to J IV Tood who died in 1884 and the last time to JamesI White Telephone Franchise Sold The telephone franchise ad vertised for sale last Friday was publicly sold in this city to J E Burgher for 1500 He and the East Tennessee were the only bidders on the ground The sale was confirmed by the City Coun cil at its regular meeting Friday night An elFortt will bo made by the purchaser of the franchise to organize a local company and extend lines into the country using possibly the exchange con nections now operating in this city Mr8DvQ Haggard rind Mrs W 0 wymanhof Ruckerville attended the funeral of Mrs Ellen White Monday t f t Mrs Ben Mastin her daughj ter Mrs Besse parr at Cincin nati The man who Was no faith in Himself will neverybnng anything pas vv How much better athing tastes l when the ditptorFfiirbids the eat iiig of it tIf i 1 I fi i 7 1 t Fine Tobacco Season The farmers made good use of I the fine tobacco season Monday a id many acres wero set out There is a greatsshortage in pants and it is now claimed that the acreage will be curtailer form 25 per cent to 61 rper cent on account 6f this shortage A great deal of the far d intended for tobacco bus not yet been pre pared and much of tne coma crop is oot yet planted The unfa vorable weather is giving manyI farmers the blues We are promised seed time and harvest and should have no fears when we do bur part BIg Cattle Sate There were 500 cattle weighing 1100 pounds sold in Montgomery county this week at something overseven cents per pound This prozes that there is money in cattle when properly managed as this deal represented an investment of more than 40000 00 Cattle are going to stay it is claimedon account of a great shortage In Texas alone there is u shortage of 10 per cent in cattle Other states report a similar though not quite so great a shortage We Dont Toady A newspaper has to toady to some people and recognize what th eyd j1lt e T h1 u h gnatiea4e + g it7 tlG 1fsraiitkti Ii and it rriUst agree with them in most everything political or otherwise The Times is not that kind of a makeshift but believes in ad vocating the things that are for the begt interests of the masses letting the chips fall where they may lard of Thanks To the friend who so tenderly ministered to the wants of our dear departed mother during her illness and who so kindly comforted us in the trying hour oCher death we extend our sin crest thanks and may God so comfort them as He has comforted us in a similar and trying hour Mr and Mrs P D Todd Congressman James Dead Dr A D James former Con ressnian from the Third districts dead in Mulilenborg county He was a leading Republican of the State and a large coal oper utor There will bean Ice cream supper at the Methodist church Sat urday night for the benefit of the church Let every body conic out and help a good causet Cows Wanted For pasture on Orphans Homo plucH Can furnish grazing for ten more cows would also appreciate the gift of u couple of highchairs for little folks too low to sit on or dinary chairs Patrick Henry It will be to your interest to see- rOl line oA prig and summer suits nt oddpants for tplm and boy before making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty artlwecan show you nil the new color and cuts andat prices that will inter iyou llardwibk Statubn Sr Co j x e To The Good People of Powell County- I am sure that if you knew how many little Oaphan children are in the Orphans Home at Clay City you certainly would help us feed and clothe them Most of them are from Powell County your own neighbors and the children of you Friends There is not a finer it of children in- K otuceky 1 t they were home less and penniless They have no means of support except the gifts of good people There are between twenty and thirty in the Home entirely dependent upon charity for their daily bread The Home itself was the gift of two noble Christian woman in the South and ii is1 supported al most entirely by people at a dis tance Anything they can eat or wear will he most gratefully received and abundantly rewarded by their heavenly Father Surely the good people of Powell County wilnot let these little ones who represent their Savior on earth suffer for want of food and cloth ingAny gifts may be sent to Mrs Virginia 0 Staples Clay City Kentucky in charge of tile Home A June Frost A very unusual sight for this country is frost in June but those ctyhfWpm drnii oee able i set of frost H was very w9 6A4a1 Cl l 4x igna l it nojbbeeu s6 unfavorable for frost tit would have been decidedly heavier Cool weather continues and corn is growing very slowly as is all other vegetation which requires warm sunshine to do well e NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS t United StateyDistrict Court Eastern District ofKentucky In the matter of Hiram Clay Warmoiith in bankruptcyBankrupt To the creditors of Hiram Clay Warinouth of Clay City in the County of Powell and District aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that oh the first day of June A D 1U10 the said Hiram Clay Warmoiith was duly adjudicated bankrupt tad that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the of lice of the undersigned Referee in Bankruptcy in Beattyville Ky on the 18th day of June A D 1010 at U oclock in the forenoon at which time the said cred itors may attend prove their claims and appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and trunsnctrtuck other husiness as may prop erly come before said meeting Dated at Boattyvillcj June 7th 1110 Chester Qourley Referee in Bankruptcy The man who can not laugh does not know what it means to live For Sale Seven room house and five lots in west end of town Apply to- NI 0 Walters Irvineliy- Dr Bells PineTarHoney For Coughs and Colds j t 1 t THE TIMES IOIILISUKU KVEUV TUUU3DAY J E Burgher Publisher n Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondelms mail matter Thursday June Jl 1910 According to the approprm tious of the present Congress it takes 12 from every individua in this Government to run it 1ructically allof this money roes to Republican office holder and grafters Tljere is but 34 for each person in this Govern ment Then what do we learn by a few minutes thought This is it in a nutshell In less that three years it takes every dollar in this country to pay oft the lie publican officers When the Re publican party gets all the money of this country inn less time than every three years is it any wonder that they arc ashamed to complain of the hard times The people of this country certainly have a big job before them but we dont expect them to stand for it much longer John Lang Icy is doing all he can to keep ui in this condition Wemgstbeal him this fall and let him go tc hoeing corn again Time about is fair play the people have been hoeing Johns corn long e nough John W Langley was named at the convention at Mt Sterling Friday as the Republican nomi nee for from this dis trict without mPQsitionotlt wa- all a shout and a hullabaloo ev1 er thing for Join the man whp two years ago was gding to get turnpikes for the mountain coun tiesA New York woman has sued her husband for divorce because he stutters Presumably the complaint is cruelty and the specified charge is that the brute frequently makes convulsieve ef forts to get in a word edgewise So many colleges have made Roosevelt a doctor ho should be competent to diagnose the desperate case of his party Mr Ballinger went into the Cabinet with an an ax to grind and the public will never be sat isfied until the ax is used on Ballingers neck- Resolutions of Respect We the undersigned committee on resolutions respectfully submit the following Whereas it has pleased an all wise Father in his infinite wisdom and love to remove from our midst sister Myrtle Hall She departed this life April the 22 1010 Resolved 1st that our church has lost a most faithful member terest of the masses letting the chips fall where they may her parents a loving dutiful dtiugh ter her husband a kind and affec tionate wife 2nd We extend to the husband parents and relatives our heartfelt sympathy in their pad bereave mtnt and will commend you to one who never forsake those who put their trust in him We bow our heads in humble submission to hun who doeth all things well He shaped your durden and will give you strength to bear it 3rd that this be printed in the County paper and that a copy of these Resolutions be placed on our Church book and a copy be sent to tho bereaved husband and a copy to the father andmother Mr Charlie Potts Mrs Eva Smitliers Corn Mrs Sarah Barnes Farm Paper Cuts Out Liquor Advertising Another paper has joined the ranks of those which refuse to print liquor advertising The Farmers Weekly News Scimitar makes its appearance June 2nd as Tle Southern Farm Advocate pfyMemplus and it iViirinounced that liquor advertis mol t8 wiU riot be accepted We have been told that we cannot exist without the money Which comes from liquor adver using said a member of the company but we believe there are enough good farmers and poultry raisers who will support a paper which has the nerve to refuse that money to enlarge our subscription list to a point where the increase in clean farm advertising will make up for the loss At any rate we are going to find ontoWe will not increase the SHOE NEW S ring and Sum mer styles on saleNow- J r If anythinglittle it smart er and more exclusive than i usual Tie kind you see on PJris oulevarJsFjftli Avenue too Every last and i leather that a woman could tossibly want at anytime Hardwick and Company It f 1 STANTON JINTUCKY t s- F subsCription pricofrom the usjia rate of 50 cents a year The new paprwhich will be devoted entirely to fnrmnnd home topics excluding all poll tics and routinel1ewsl is located in the Seth iitor building in Memphis andhas made an vv arrangement to use that paper presses for the publication It will continue to he the olfi cial of the Tennessee Farm ers Educatipnaland CoopSra tive Union that departnie6tbe IffBrokJ union and a gift d writer Othe contributors to the old Farmers News Scimitar hive been retain edCall and bee uf line of ladle 8 and Misses Queen Quality hilt Boston Favoritei low cut shoes in the olle and tw4strapued pumps- lace oxfords hndall the newes styles and leathers We have th most complete stock ever brought to Powell county L Hardwick Co It Stanton Now is a gul nine O to ouy you ginghams and hItQ goods and get your sewing dope before the lipt weather Mrs ft W Williams SPOUT fsPRING I Delbert Christopher of Lexington visited home folks over Sun dll JJteMrohn Neal visitei relatives in Glqy City Siiturdaj and Sundaysd 00 Todd of Ruckerville at tended the burial of Mrs Ellen White at thin lace Monday W J Christopher is spending a short timelwith his son IV S Ohristopher near Indian Fields f Mr and MraIll McKinney oi gEhere weekIMrs Esa McKinney and chit Iren of Flanagan01ark county visited relatives here a few days this week HowVThls We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cane of Cntnrrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F L Cheney dsCo Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honors bile in all businessitransactions and financially able carryout any obligations made by his firm Walding Kiqnan Marvin Wholesale Druggipta Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternullyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Itylfl for con stipation No more long time subscriptions so renew today Dr Bells AntisepticSalv Good for all akin Diseases L y W Mllayl y Y N 1 1 Fruit and Ornamental 3 I TREESI I Everything for ORCHARD LAWN t I and GARDEN ONE MILLION StrawbcrryPleat3 l Free Catalogue No Agents H f Hlllenmeyert J E Sons 1I NGTONY KY J w =4 4 d1uH 1 O Pq Idpq rrr 7 i 4v W l4 4tt f A J r vv isty 1 L i lF I 1 r ft I iJi i i For all kinds OF UptoDate u vif t r MILLINERY Ii a SEEWilliams The Milliner rCLAY CITY Yq iW Jq 1 if j K 1 rV k gast I4 r rSt J i Z LI C tI rf t I I r oill USE HOPE I MILLS ii rfFLOUk Grandmas Bread in IfllOand in her prime are two dif ferent kinds of bread if she isusing PEARL FLOUR now for her bread You are always proud of vourbreadfwhen it is made fromPEARL OU1j because it is the acme of sue cess in bread bakingz I Mfg by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Kyr i OAKLAND PIANOS 1 worth value li and pianopoeeeaing dura popular upowuawJpianos selling at comparative officers of the Piano Co piano men whose lifelong experience in the building I 1 JtheOur polkr I to build one d rase an one ualg7NlheOaklindplankjnpootmlbletoOMalnafo7Ph r war I clnrnewf In the I ue11t71ntbeecIMnthegeneralconstruMtonthoua- bouttbeflnlb hlehe Onklwid piano hM no equal as he I touafgrcataloeueindepecia11Sntro dutorrypritcawrladlroct I OAKLAND PIANO CO fUB Stolnwoy Hall Chicago III t ++++ + + + + ++++++ + +++ tT++ +++Ht+++++ 1ii I tI INSURE VITH- ji F A LYON 5t SON + ifo AigottttiJ rJr+ j 1 il r v Over 2oaoooooo l J riRepresented+ l 1 yEvery Qnewhiiknoanythingabout insurance Jcnow JIt aTe rcJPJfilpA S eJ i J r tl1 i MM M ++ Jo + + jio r + + + tv + w IL Jlfif b- I i + 7 t J rv- f r I 1 L y THE TIMESI AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY dune 9 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES Geo W Lewis and IJS Ham ilton were here Friday Geo P and T J Douglas of Levee were here yesterday + Attorney Hugh Itiddeli of Ir vine was here Friday on legal I business Wilsonft and Mrs E N Wilson No Danger In taking Dr Bells PineTarHon A 1 ojev for coughs and colde It con tains no habit producing drugs Look for the Bell on the Bottle Mrs B F McKinney of Clark county spent Friday with rela tives in this city K George Hack Kirk and family t of Cameron Mo are visiting 1relatives in the city Dr J H Dunn and family of Lee City visited Dr and Mrs Wm 0 Martin Saturday The Best Remedy For all kinds of sore eyes Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve It is a dreamy snow white ointment and would not injure the eyes of a I babe Guaranteed 25o l Grover Williams of Versailles Ky is spending s few days with his parents Mr and Mrs J D Williams Dr T mining is packing the i4stiskof he recently bough Smith nnd1 WIIJSIi same to Stanton at once Y a Granulated Eye Lids Can be cured without cauterizing or scarifying by the use of Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve We guar anteeit to cure 26e everywhere Mr and Mrs Clarence Estes of Vaughns Mill visited Mr Bates parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Ba tea Saturday and Sunday Attorneys John D Atkinson t and M A Phillips of Stanton and 0 F Spencer of Winches ter were here yesterday on legal business K Get The Best For skin troubles sores ulcers ec pimplesIbest We guarantee it 3Bo a box everywhere Henry Youtsey has filed notice that he will make Application for J i Z penitentiaryhaving from Governor Willson I Our spring and summer line of i low cutt WalkOvm shoe for- amen and boys is ready for your in euection Cull and see themp Hard wick Co Stanton I Dr E O Guerraut of Wilt more will preach at the Clay r City Presbyterian church Sunday mor nud evening at the usu s al hours for sorvicQ Kept the King at Home For the past year we have kept the King of all laxativesDr Kings New Life P1llsin our bonne und they have proveds t V blessing to all ourfttinily writoA i Jlul MathulKa of Buffalo N Vf fi Easy ibut sureremedy for all Stow ach Wvcr and Kidney troublcs I OnlySSc at SwfifinDay Lumber Cplfl store P I rjI t Johii D Snowden a lormer Justice of tho Peace of this coun ty was reported Monday after noon to have committed suicide The report proved to be untrue It ij however stated that he at tempted to shoot himself and fir ed a shotgun in that direction but failed in his aim The Hyden Thousandsticks was burned one night recently by supposed incendiary Bro Chap pel has our sympathy having gone through ono fire ourselves This paper has been fearless in its exposure of wrong doings in Leslie county and has doubtless engendered the enmity of some law violators t A Dreadful Wound From a knife gun tin can rusty nail firework or of any other nature demands promt treatmnt with Backtabs Arnica Salve to pre vent blood poison or gangrenn Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for BurnsI Bolls Sores Skin Eruptions Ec zema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25u at SwaunDny Lumber Cos store The one hundred and second an niversary of the birth of Jefferson Davisonly president of the southern Confederacy was celebrated at his birthplace at Fairview which is to be am verted in to memorial park Three thousand persons were pres entand Col Bennett Young of Lou isville Capt W J Stone and other prominent exConfederates made Addresses A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper Awe k sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Con stipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a retohedcomptexjonB t Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the bloodgive strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion good health Try them 50c at Q warmDay Lumber Cos store Our spring goods are now on Our stock is larger than ever be fore We believe we can supply your wants better and besides give you more for your money than anyone 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 IIurdwick CoStanton I UNION LAWN FENCE 11 Coats very llttlfl peeves Terr MU fiiutory fur Inwn dmirynrdi ar- duu We hake fur lawn poultryWrrtDeKtilb Ill Kannns City Mair Y x t3t DoYou Oat The Best If you have ar cough cold asth ma croup or Tiny throat or bron chial trouble and use Dr Bells Pine TarHoney you do Look for the Bell on the Bottle J W Wilkerson receiver for H 0 Warmouth bankrupt dis posed of the stock of goods yesterday at public auction to Mr Sellman of lit Sterling for 1080 00 We Dont Have to Tell you what its for its name tells Dr Bells PlneTarHouey is the best cough medicine and seven million people already know it Look for the Bell on the Bottle A 0 Barnes was called last Friday to see his son Wesley Barnes on Millers Creek who is suffering from blood poison caused from a scratch of a green brier on his hand His arm was swolen to his shoulder but is now much better Dont Be Annoyed With skin troubles chaps pimples black heads eczema or sores When one 25o box of Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve will dire you Try it at once Newspapers were defined as the greatest educators in the world by Edmund W Burke before the graduating class of the Kent Col lege of Law at a banquet at Chica go the other evening Whatever you do read the newspapers he said They are the greatest edu cators If you can have your choice of your Blackstone or a pa per take the newspaper con stant reading you willacquire knowledge and ability to distin guish the worthy from the uri worthy Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible war inventions fp kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds lu grippe asthma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trou ble For all bronchial affections it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure JamesM Black of Asheville N C R R No i writes it cured him of an obstinate cough after all other remedies falled50e i nd 81 A trial bottle free Guaranteed bv SwannDay Lumber Cos store tM J CAPITAL STOCK 100000 SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED i HOFlTS 1OOOOO TIlE WINCHESTER BANK i ON WINo tMTER Ky 27QOZbY VITUBIUUOONPRBBC C W H SPUAR OASIIIKR YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED I 1 r2110 r A2 11 rAe S11i 2 + In J u + + + + u+ + U J PfIAUPPIN i Watchmaker iVi5 Jeweler Kindsof Watch and Clock iAll Irln g on Short Notice and Terms SATISFAC 1TIN aUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles diRiver++++ ++tI++ + t heat things can be accomplished by great men with but effortl- ittle What we know is one thing and what we think we know is another I Dont Experiment With a Cough When Dr Bells PineTar Horny has been used by millions of people for sixteen yeurs witha stem y increasing demand Look for the Bell on the Mottle DespondencyNodespair and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of ill health and pain because of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that are distinctly feminine The tortures so bravely endured completely upset the nerves if long continued Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL painItand motherhood Honest medicine dealers sell itand i goodItAss YOUR NEIGHBORS They probably know of some of its many cures If you want a book that tells all about womans diseases and how to cure them at home send 21 onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost of moiling J osy and he will send you a IcoPY of his great thousand page illustrated Common Sense Medical upto date edition in paper covers In handsome clothbinding 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best Double and Single Shovel PLOWS and everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky Bm if r M H COUBTNKV Pres A to Whirr Cashier THE r CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK J CLAY CITY KENTUKCYi J Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars t1 J Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department IJQSB WHY NOT START ONE TODAYvi liJLSAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized thoatandArd poultry remedy of the world It Is tho ono remedy that can be depended on with absoluto certainty to euro and prevent Oujteri Cholera Itoup Lmfternec Diarrhoea and nl cxlsiln t forms of poultry dls rasas taw dr iolill the drinking water keeps fowls llthYlIdt- ree from disease A 50 andmuku 12 pillions of incdlvlnu For I tho treatment of Blvcfcheud otu r diseases In turnoys Bourbon Poultry Cure HA3 NO CQUAL ttrwwRalstonIropkiosvIlleKisays Dr F PClayPads K7aTS LIvar have been raislnrchlekens II I raked hundreds of chickens from gapes BouibonPoultty Curt the raojtaatutactory r by jiving Ihenj Bombon Poultry Cur 1 have ever teal for Cholera and Capes a sure cure Cbol ra ad Llmberneck MuulactUrcd Co Incorporated BourbonGAl by Remedy J LuWOI1 Ky U s A ARAM Leading Druggists 600 per Bottle TrIal Vial Frse Sold by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay City Stanton I VVV Cause for Consumption Improper breathing is 11 free quell cause of consumption A large majority of people are too hazy or too ignorant to breathe dreg and hence the lungs url develope I only to part qf their capacity and thus afford fertile luiU fur the growth of the tuberculosis ger- mWeak Hearts I was terribly afflicted with my heart At times it seemed to miss every other beat I tqok Dr Miles Heart Remedy until my trouble was all goneit has never returned- R R PENN Springville Iowa One person in every four has a weak heart Some are born weak some become weak from disease others by overexertion If you have palpitation fluttering irregular pulse short breath oppressed feeling in chest smothering or faint spells you may know your heart is weak There is nothing better for a weak heartthanDr Heart Remedy It has brought relief tO thousands it should to you even in cases of long standing The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money I o ElectricBitters H Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme u remedy as thousands have testified FOR IC D13EYLIVERA- NDSTOI TROUBLE soldirwo promixiY amused in all countries OR NO FEE regialotrePatentplatrroexctinyely Fends rents In Mampi for Inralnabl took PATENTS6hteb D1 patent SWiFfOiilo PATENT LAWYERS a 303 Seventh St Washington D C A 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tcAnyone ending a sketch and description may quickly nrtuln our Opinion nInrenunn t iron hf ommunica tlontitrlcl Ydentlst HANDBOOK oniatenM lent tree nldeai Keener foraeeurtngpaunts- Patents taken ti Mono k Co receive tptetalnatl w V ut charge lat- heScfttric HiMcriCcmAh- andiirnclr Illoitrated weekly Largest elr culatlon of aD iclontioo journal Terns S3 a year four months IL So d ball newsdealers I MUNr CJ3R15osdwafNew York Branch on Co F 80 WubllJltoal Co Vital Washington News Government by stealth is a fitting expression to describe the gag rule methods illnll rated on- t dor Mr Taft Not merely the average em butIas to what is going on Employ ees are being made to feel that they owe no fidelity to the pub lie but that they ure mere per sonul servants of the coterie of men now in charge of the Gov ernmentAs of the discharge of Pinchot Glavis Kerby and oth er interior department employ ees the average government worker today feels that it is worth his position to discuss even mut ters of public record with a newspaper man The following official order signed by George Otis Smith die rector of the United States Geo logical Survey gives an idea of the Russiun like censorship that has been established over government information j Rule 2 That no interview shall be granted without secur 6jolicitingIbefore submitting the material I to his publication ollice present In copy ot his manuscript to the director George Otis Smith for approval is known among newspaper men in Washington nothing so drastic as this in the WilY of press censorship lids ever been attempted before in America In 1810 under Cleveland the total annual appropriation fur the expenses of the national govern tneiitv 84pJOOjOOpon 0 for every man woman and child In 1100 our expenses had increased to 000000000 orfiS fur every imin woman and child The last Congress appropriated the colossal sump of n0lM01 857 or nearly 12 for every wan wo lhisConretslthreatens excess of lust years uppropria tlMl Republicans ippenr reluctant to concern themselves much about government expenditures in relation to the cost of living I But one+ tiling is certain Gov I eminent does not pick up these j hundreds of millions of dollars in i time street This money cones our of somebodys pncket Un filer ity ail tut jttivpnimeits the rational i ivt rnmiMit bas hut u NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not without first I nvestitratinir the merits of the same The exclusive features not found on other I machines I Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or tog wheel Can be heaped in loading the same as a farm wagon Guar r anteed to pulverize all manure notice the throe chances This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm- wagonhence is simplest I most durabreJlghtes draft lowest 6 down hence easy to load into spreader on the market Hacked by ten years i 1experience not an experiment Ask fo catalogue x I THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO CoIdwater Ohio I I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The wily vehicle that will levelno matter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching oc end motion log or spreading of axles as the weight moves up I easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend LighterI u one wav of raisiii revenue fo meet expenRestc that is 6y taxing things eaten tuui worn or used by the people Hence it is thut increa8edcij8t of living is marching haiuliiihnnd with increased Republican extrava glulcerl I am said Senator Brostoxv of kansan while dis cussing the railroad bilJII that the Senator froni West Virginia Elkins hits deserted the cham ber and I am sorry the Senator from Rhode laland Aldrich is not here and that the Senator from Massachusetts Lodge has also dislI ppearedI A survey of the Senate showed that the railroad Senators after having outlined the kind of leg islation they had decided should be enacted lid tied from the chamber w ithout waitingto hear those who disagreed from tho railroad viewpoint Those of us who are here might possibly be instructed SelllltorIbut if the Senator from Kansas imagines that anything ho can say will influence those Senators he is wasting his time and breath j 11111111 afraid the Senator is right answered Bristow Then he went on addressing the Dem ocrats and the empty seats of the standpatters tt Lest we Cor get only nine of tho 218 Republicans of the Na tional HousetQf Representatives arp in a position to stand before their constituents and report that they voted to unseat Can nun us Speaker Page 8490 of jthe CJongfes ipnal Record hpWB that oil Mangle all but nine Republicans voted against the Burleson resolution which would have unseated Speaker Cannon and made it possible to elect a- nw Speakers Every Democrat voted to unseat Uncle Joe A brief definition of Cannon iiin has beei asked for Can nonism man that when the interests of the common people and the interests of the steel trust tho sugar trust the lumber trust the harvester trust and the com bination of New England cotton mil II ufucJu ers into conilict the latter get the legislation they want and the people are forced to take that which they do tint want ThePayneAldrich law iX a good illustration The people said We want down ward revision of the tariff in or der that the j cost of liyivg may be lessened Time corporate interests said l We want up ward revision in order that our profits 1ay increase The peo ple were disappointed and the campaign contributing trusts were obeyed That is Connon lun f Senator tobtlrtiii LaFollotte of VV iscoiisinfsometimes thinks of the most unlieard of things For instance in the Senate time other day in discuessing President Tafts railroad bill he suid There is not one line in time statute to give to the people reasonable railroad tes All that his been aiicomplished to nf ford a means Q giving equal rates to the shippers Now whoca cept IJaFoUcUesome other Democrat VoYIJJ1Juk of that i i Direct changes that the Npr ganGuggenheim syndicate Iaus ed the appotntJuent of the F i + eral judge tlie prosecutingiit tor I 0 w o ney and the United States mar shal who will represent the Government in suits over the Cunningham coal land claims which Ballinger was so friendly to have been made before the Senate Committee on judiciary A responsible party Judge James Wickersham delegate to Congress from Alaska iilade thee largeR I Russell is confined to his roust with complicated ill 1 ness I l- WE eu- vwoouHlPESAHDp I rBciai QoJWUr far JN We afob ttmmSam Mttitilt Matter ur task fa LMmilk We foriiA Moot BsfsFtalooiitskihtrsWfilihrydtelbti K BABEL SONS Lniniik 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