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H iIi t I THE ULAY CITY TIMES1 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are hereto help Clay City the SnrronnJicg Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL xy CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 16 J 90 NO 24 Head for Governor Mayor W O Head of Louisville is out in the following card for Governur of Kentucky To the Democrats of Kentucky Since my election as Mayor of Louisville I have been receiving letters from Democrats through out the State urging me to be come a candidate for Governor I have an Ambition to be Govern or of Kentucky and I now de sire to make announcement of my candidacy for that office sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Prior to the November election of 1909 all the offices in the city of Louisville and county of Jef fersonwere in the hands of Republicans The Democrats of the Fifth district bucked down and made a figbtnot only to place Democrats in charge of our local affairs but they made a fight preparatory to swinging Kentucky back into the Demo cratic column All our city and county offices are now filled by Democrats who are ready to put their shoulders to the wheel to make Kentucky Democratic in 1911 and we are going to do it I was reared on a Kentucky farm in Hopkins county I grew up to young manhood there and rwhatever success 1 may have at tained in the business world here I owe to the hardships I under- Went and the knowledge lac quired jn tfye tobacco fields of ply u1 r pa knodnow ihatrState goy eminent can render invaluabl aid to the agricultural interest of a State From my youth I have been inclose touch with the farming interests of Kentucky I feel that I know what our farm ing interests require Wha Kentucky needs is the furthe development of her rich fields natural resources and great man ufacturiug interests Y titr1 I When you are Ready for your Spring Suit i We are ready for you The newt spring styles we are showing in mensIi and young men suits will the most aitical and exacting dresser- It will pay you to see the excellent range of Styles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every P walk of life Come in and glance 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 wells seleQeclmuchcare given to the cut L ting andmakingthe fit and finish J will stand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest garments in the State and youllagree with us once you see them r The farm is the basic unit of all our prosperity If the farm ers do well the business men succeed laborers have steady employment and get a good price for their labor Let us see that our farmers are given the aid in Kentucky that they are given in other States I want more schools and better schools in Kentucky and then I want good roads that will lead to the schoolhouses where teachers of advanced ideas will instill into the minds of the chil dren not only the ordinary rudiments of educanion but the necessity of obedience to law and the importance of the agricultu ral and commercial development of their native State With more aid from the State to the agricultural interests more and better schools and bet ter highways Kentucky will ad vance by leaps and bounds- A great Commonwealth like Kentucky should not be in a state of bankruptcy Let us have more business and less poli tics in our administration of State affairs- I have thus outlined some of the things for which I stand and some of the questions I intend to present to our people There has been too much talk I and not enough action in Ken tucky Now lets get down to business and the world will won der at accomplishmentsj JJ Yi W 0 HEAD Junef141910 I Cows Wanted For pasture on Orphans Home place Can furnish grazing for ten more cows would also appreciate i the gift of a couple of high chairs for little folks too low to sit on or dinary chairs Patrick Henry jSHtMJtESSEL S b P Drt Talmage Rev Frang DeWitt Talmage of Philadelphia is coming to visit the Missions of Soul Win ners Society + n the Cumberland mountains the month of July WhUeJn Philadelphia last fall Dr Gu rrant President of the Society lectured for Dr Tal mage in his cburch and the Doc tor became interested in this great work that he is coming to visit the Missions and preach to the mountaineers He will visit the Orphans Home at Olay- Oity and tli Oanyon Falls Aga demy the Highland College and the Brooks emorial Institute the WithersWpon Log College and the Riv side Academy and other Miss I18 of the Society We are glad o know of the in terest our Northern friends take in this work and the vain uble assistanqesuch a distinguished man can render to these long neglected buCworthy people CityThursday erybody cord Tally invited NewiBall Teams For a tea it looked as if OlayjiSity would not have an organizeddball team but we learned would not be this way while pit the streets Tues day There are two clubs we learn now intraining One club will be as the Honnaker know the other club is called the Ter Qpnlirs These home groundsand from helrreeet the demonstrations of their superior skill in the game their playing promises to be far more interesting than any ball playing that has ever occurred in this city even between the strongest con testing match teams Dont fail to witness their initial game the date of which will be announced later No Celebration Yet Planned July 4th will soon be here and no provision for a picnic for Clay City this time Fourfifths of the picnic promotion has moved away and it seems that the en tertainment must go overboard this year We have not had a single show this summer and this is something unusual now no Fourth of July celebration and just a little after the election our saloons will close then we suppose the last breath of life and fun will pass from us with nothing but tiresome business to occupy our time and attention as mostour people are too slee py to attend church Soft drink establishments in local option towns are said to be second only to saloons iu their distastefulness to temperate peo plb and to cope with them at Richmond the City Council there hue raised all soft drink and pool room license tox500 per year and no minors nre allowed in these joints The report circulatedsome weeks ago that the L E road had sold to the L N Ijas nev t vbeen confirmed though it is tblipved to be true by many of We railroad thou who vet say they do not kuow it to be a fact A 3c I f f I 1 y I lk Our UnIionplies local papers with plate and ready print stock is giving a writeup of Kentuckys most prominent Judges Judge Benton being one of them this arti cle says A Judge of Prominence JamesM Benton the judge of the Circuit Court for the Twenty fifth Judicial District composed of Clark Jessamine Madison and Powell Counties is forty years old and lives at Winchesterwhich has been his home for twentysix years He is a native of Madison County and was educated in the public schools of the county and at Central University at Rich mond and received his degree of law from the University of Vir ginia His parents still live at the little village of Waco in Madison County Politically Judge Benton is a Democratand he has always tak en an active interest in the af fairs of the party In April 1902 he was appointed circuit judge by loin Beckham to fill the va cancy occasioned by the death of Judge Thomas J Scott In 1903 he was elected to the full term without opposition In 1909 ho was renominated by the Demo crats of his district receiving a majority of 2400 over his opponent and carrying 58 of the 60 voting precincts mthe district Tht R eputili t1 svhimnaopposition at the general elec tion He had never held nor sought any other public office Some of the most important cases in the judicial history of the State have been tried by Judge Benton His decision in the Berea College ease which declares the law to be that no mixed school can be conducted iu Kentucky affirmed by the Court of Appeals and also by the Supreme Court at Washing ton An Interesting Weekly Letter For the past few weeks we have been printing a letter from the Nations capitol under the head of Vital Washington News Every reader of the Times should not fail to read it carefully as it contains interest ivg facts It is prepared by Clyde H Tavenner and furnish ed newspapers by the Democrat Congressional Committee and js therefore reliably true Dont fail to read it every week Stringent Rules Adopted Stringent rules have been adopted by the State Board of Ed ucation to prevent the sale of ex amination questions for teachers examinations and it has been held that if any teacher fails to attend the full session of the county institute that theachers certificate shall be revoked All applicants for certificates must be 18 years old before tak the examination rather than 18 when they begin teaching It will be to your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits and odd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty antw can show you all the new col ors and cuts andut prices that will intereityou llardwlck Co j Stauton i No Race Suicide In Powell John Arthur living near Stan ton has three living daughters the youngest married Nick Conk wright Five weeks ago one pair twins were born to her One week from that time the next oldest daughter who married Gip Shouse gave birth to a pair of boys four weeks from that time 1 the oldest daughter Mrs Cash Abney gave birth to twin girls Dr Lemming attended all three births The Doctor says he has during 25 years practice in this county witnessed the birth tif 9 two sets of triplets The trip lets were on each occasion two boys and one girl The boys all living but the girls are dead The Doctor was also happy to say that the most of these births were Democrats Ordinance Upheld Under the provisions of Section 3037 the Keutuckey statutes councils of fifth and sixth class cities have the authority to pnsu ordinances not in conflict with the general laws This decision was made by the court of appeals x in the case of the commonwealth against the Illinois Central rail road affirming the judgment of the Ballard circuit court Tho railroad company had been in dicted for obstructing the streets in WicklifFe by building a track t across them but tho raHtoadjcom pany claimed that had ordinatfof the city council of pass such an ordinance Fifth and sixth class cities were left out of the general statutes enacted under Section 150 of the constitution Destructive Storm A terrific thunderstorm visited Clay City last night and did con siderable damage The cupola of the Methodist church was struck by lightning the current running through the vestibule and splin tering up the window and casing tearing loose the plastering on tho inside and the weatherboarding on the outside The damage will prob ably amount to 1150 00 Dr Martins residence was also struck but little damage oocjrred Considerable rain followed the elec tricalstorm About fourlifts of the telephones in the city were burned out by tho lightning and this will greatly cripple the service for a few days There were 188 business fail ures in the United states for the week ending June 9 A Card of Thanks I desire through the Clay City Times to thank my neighbors and friends for their kindness to me when my home was saddened by the deaths of my two daughters Mrs Anna Huber who died in Hamilton Ohio two weeks previ ous to the death of Della who died at my home near Clay City With the kindness of my friends and the help of my Muster I will try to lay these burdens by- Respectfully Allen Graven For Sale Seven room house tnd five lots in west end of town Apply to N 6 Walters Irvine Ky Dr Bells Fine t rHQOeY Foe Coughs and Colds t w rl 1 J 1 t Of 4i4I0 J Y 1II AFn L 1 17 r j THE TIMES rUliUSHED EVERY THUKSDAY I B Hurgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday June 1C 1911 Many counties in this Con gressional district are oUerinj up favorite sons as congressiona timber with which to Hay Land ley This may well be taken as iif omen of good luck for the party this fall No county want their candidate to be dEfeated any time and their scramble to furnish the lucky man remind s us of the better day for Democ racy in this district when it ale ways went the right way by a jiajority ranging from 1500 to 0500In accepting the Republica nomination for Congress at Mt Sterling Friday John Langley said that when he dies he wants to he buried in Peter Cave precinct Martin county because it does not contain a single Demo Brat and yet he thinks somi Democrats will be fool enough 0 vote for him Winchester Dem ocrat Wonder if John wont begin the building of his turnpikes ii Peter Cave precinct too Caleb Powers of Goebel mur der notoriety claims that he will carry the 11th Congressional dis trict Republican primary by 15 000 majority Well we shouldnt wonder Powers has the approv al of his partys leaders and the 11900 episode thoroughly brands slim as true to his partys de mands regardless of the results ithich to l1ispart only proved to be seven years in jail the final result however being a crown of honor heaped upon his head bv Jlis party because of his nerve- and bravery The Winchester News the on ly daily paper in fins Congres sional district has been independ ent in politics all the time but it has seen so much of Lanaley that it will oppose him if the Democrats put up a good man The ice cream supper at the Methodist church Saturday nigh netted quite a neat little sum 1he whole affair was promoted and cat rigid out by three little girls Misse Ruth Eaton Reese Shim feasel am Betsy Johnson These little girl deserve full credit for their perse verence and final success of the fee tivttl In Memorlam In memory of Della Gravett who was born April 14th 1805 died May the 24th 1910 She ha been an invalid for eight years and endured her sufferings with grea 1 patience and only the famil could realize her condition Our sail today under this mournful gloom For Dellahas passed away to her eternal home Yet would we call her back again Though with u smile and beaming oyc When the Savior kindly called her To her hone beyond the skies Well grieve not for Dellashe has on ly gone before And with Angels she is waiting on the other shore The bereaved family have the deepest sympathy of the friends and neighbors A Friend To The Good People of Powell County I ant sure that if you knew how many little Oaphan children an in the Orphans Home at Clay City you certainly would help us feed land clothe them Most oi them are from Powell County your own neighbors and the chil dren of your friends There is not a fitter lot of children in Kentuceky but they were hbme 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 itsejlf was the gift of two noble Christian woman in the South and ii is supported alp most entirely by people at a dis tance Anything they can eatbr- wear will he most gratefully re ceived and rewarded by their heavenlyJFather Surely the good people of Powell County wiljnot let these little ones who represent their Savior on earth suffer for want of food and clothing Any gifts maybe sent to Mrs Virginia 0 Staples Clay City Kentucky 1n of the Home PorJiale i A nice home cottage with seven rooms plenty of water garden and etc Apply ta this office q SHOE NEW String and Sum mer styles on saleNoW Ifanything a little lit smart exclusive thaner and more usual The liind you see von Paris boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman could fassiWy want at any fime J6 Hardwick and Company sTANTON KENTUCKY 1 t I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program fc the evening of Sunday June luth 1910 at the Christian Church Topic Christs Iqfce Leader MisS Scott StingEndeavor Society Heading of Lesson Leader Prayerthe ofCtiristis Easy+ Miss Ethel Johnson The Yoke of Christ Is Natur l Miss Josephine Hazelrigg Jesus is the Way Miss Grace t Shimfessel Vocal Solo One Sweetly Solemn Thought Miss Edna EarnestPurity and HumihtyRev t U- 1nMisa Etta Roberts- Scripture Verses upon Topic by all presentaAll should wear the Yoke c f ChristMrs Mountz SongBenediction Call and see our line of ladies and Misses Queen Quality and Boston Favorite low cut shoe in the one and two strapped pump Ince oxfords and all the newest styles and leathers We have the most complete stock ever brought to Powell county Hardwick Coi- ttallton Now is a good time to ouy yoU ginghams and whole goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams SPOUT SPRING Alex Kcrby and family were in Clay City Monday The continued wet weather it greatly retarding farm work Mr and Mrs H F Christopher were visiting in Clay City Tue day j Eld B S Burgher afiyin- trplto hls Clark ourtF+tarin thi week Charles Welch and little daucb ter of Paris visited Mr Welch brother inlaw Shell MoKinney the last of the week Hows ThU We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catnrrl hat cannot be cured byHalli Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney de Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have knows li J Q limey for the last 15 years and believe nim perfectly honors Ile in all business transactions and inancially able to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken ID tern ally acting directly upon the blood andmoeous surfaces of tbe system Testimonials sent free Price 76c per bottle Sold by 01 DruggistsTake Family ills for con Btipatio- nj j No more long time aubserlptionm so renew today Dr Bells Antiseptic Saiv Good for all Skin Diaegeg JY Y iJ f Fruit and Ornamental 1 3 TREES i If ryblllillri ORCHARD LAWN J I IONIJ j t i 1110F LEXINGTON t HillenmeyerI j ruN4nnneW uhMdhhNMtlf411hMI4b d j 0 n IW fH t1 h ifiI J l+ 1 1 rT r ra I 2 yx 4 J r f a For tall kinds OF Unto D te If MILLINERY I SEE I Mrs JIW1 Williams i I The Milliner I J CLAYS CITY KY r ri 1 hr t th e r j + I It j t tIof fROPE MmES T FL tJtk 1M fJ11J J Grandmas Bread in 1910 and in her prime are two dif ferent kinds of bread if she is uein v PEARL FLOUR Youp IIf now for her bread making are always proud of your br wl t when it is mode from PEARL flour because it is the acme of sue cess in bread bak ing t t Mfg by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky OAKLAND PIANOS I Our aim U the producUon of a uptodate moderate price uing that qualityoftone- worth durability heretofore not UI pianos Belling atcomparative The officers of the Piano Co are practical men whose experience in the and marketing of ii in the devel opment of those essential quality feature that attract t the buyer ppno- tberebyIecreaalnRonroutnIiredudaRthecoetofproduetlon UI uaatylnthOaidaMPlano Our Mir factory equipped and mart uptodaU plant In the o annually In tune uaiiylnlbaraleIntheRenanleceetruetlan throu b workmanhIp we 0 the Oakland plaeohanoeVuelatlbsprice- If your dnl r dont piano writ+ direct to ua for catalogue and Special Introductory price OAKLAND PIANO CO AIB Stalnway Hall Chicago III I i 1 trI II INSURE WITHI I 1 F A LYON c SON ih i The LendingInfsurnuoe Agents 4tof EUlternKon1 I rZI fs I Over aooooooO ft f i fIi r JT Represented Ii i nt yJII 11 Everyonewho knows arivlliig about insurance know 1fi I 1j AyateJeadersmth s iJleltIt rbttea T jJuIi I + oI + + + + t 4 + tI ft fCtf Ii JZ1 JI t t fI I 01 t THE TIMES ANALL HOMEMADE PAPER t THURSDAY June 10 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES WE Heflin of Ruckervillc was hero Tuesday buying hogs Friday and Saturday are exam ination days for white teachers There has been 85000 raised for the erection of a Y M 0 A building at Frankfort I At last the school money which was due county teachers in Feb- ruaryI has come in and is being paid out I Prof HM Brumley principal of our school last year hasf moved from Anderson county toI l Hominy Okla I No Danger In taking Dr Bells PineTarHon ey for coughs and colde It con talus no habit producing drugs Look for the Bell on the Bottle Vhileweuptoyesterdayhad had no rain since Friday the ground in the bottoms was still too wet totltir The Best Remedy IIforall kinds of sore eyes Suther Eagle Eye Salve It is a I creamysnow white ointment and c would rapt injure the eyes of a babe Guaranteed 25c Robt fusser whose ser 9us- illness was noted in our lust issue continues at a low stage with lit I tie hopes of recovery H F Christopher and wife rand Mr and Mrs Alex Kerby 1 r bpoatySpring were transact di city4Monday i r rwn r Granulated Eye Lids iJ Can beS cured without cauterizing or scarifying by the use of Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve We guarantee it to cure 25c everywhere The body of Jesse Witt who was drowned at Irvine May 25 GrouchVmiles below town 4 j j Get The Best For akin troubles sore ulcers eczema chaps black heads pimples and all eruptions Use Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve and you get the t best wguarantee it5u1i box everywhereI The Kentucky Press Association will have their midsummer H meeting tit Middlesboro June 20 to25A royal good time is as cured and the editor of thoTimes 1 regrets that he cannot be present aon thiso casion Our spring and summer lino of low cut WalkOvn shoes for inert and boys is r adyfor your inspection loch and see them Hardwirk Co StantonA A handsome bust of Abraham Lincpin modeled by the satire e isciilptor who made the Jefferson monument in front of the court Jiouso at Louisville is to be plac eflin thenewQumtol at Frank I f Jtlit t 14 a I I Kept the King at Home wt 4xFoF the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives Dr i t Kings New Lifein our i home and they have paved u y f JicsiinRtonllour family 4 J Pont Mathulka of Buffalo K Yt atomrt 4 and troubles 7tiilinborjr+ L j f7A f i fa 4a Next Wednesday will be the longest day of the year Circuit Court convenes at Stanton nexNMonday Miss Fletcher Miss Gertrude Vollmer are visiting the formers cousin Miss Clyde Barnes at Spencer Bath county Still Unsettled The postoffice question remains unsettled and it looks like we were rightly informed when we were told that Langley was with holding his indorsement until af ter the election for fear that the defeated Would bevaUttle lank in its interest in his cause I A Breadful VVoun from a knife gun tin can rusty nail firework or of any other na ture demands promt treatment with Bucklens Arnica Salve to pre vent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer for all such wopnds as also for Barrie Boils Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25o at SwaunDay Lumber Cos store Must Have FirstClass Certificates The school law has now chang ed so that every teacher in a graded school must have a first class certificate It formerly required only that the principal hive a first class while the oth r teachersmight tenchwith a sec ond class or even a third class certificate A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for herlo be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Con stipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Bat- Eleafriu I3ittertytalt ayq t proVe S godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys puri fy the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath ernootb velvetyskin JpyiJy complex ou good health Try thmt 50c at SwannDay Lumber Co V store Our epring goods are now on Our stock is larger than eyerbe fore We believe we sariyyour wants better and besides give you more for your money thaii anyone ese in the county If we are correct in our benefit is to your interest to dealwith us Come and look through andsee what you think about it Hardwiok CoStanton M jfP8U LT FEEEhen Bias WI 4 ebeperW ne-Wa1rfstlatMai gt Mrttwletw l1li l9R cieaCllllr rra I f Nothing troubles a handsome min like Ihe loss oif his good looks r Do You Get The Best If you havya cough cold asth ma Vor throator bron ohial tfouUleand use Dr Bells PinOTdrvflbriev you do Look for the BellonrtleBottle Every time a than goes wrong the wt mendn the neighborhoods t1 toia you so We Dont Have to Tell yon what its for its name tells Dr Cells Pine TarHoney is the best cbqgh medicine and sev erl inillion people alreadyknow it Look for thefBell on the Bottle Want More Liquor Richmoiidhns been a dry town for three years and it seems the wet element want to get a chance at making a wet town and have therefore pled a petition with County Judo Shackleford for a local option election The Judge is withholding any action pend an of the affix ed signatures to the petition Ex Mayor Olaretace Wood says hg will publish the name of every petitioner and let the moral peo plo of his county know who are to back the salqous r- Don4l3e s Annoyed With skin troubles chaps pimples black heads eczema Or sores When one 26obox of Dr Bells An tiseptic SalVe will cure you Try it at once Its easier for the average girl to tie a how than it is for her to get herself tiedto a beau Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible aalpyetitin takilLnienv rand they wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discoveryto save life when threatened by coughs colds la grippe arthmu 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 James M Black of Asheville N C R R No4 writes it cured him of an obstinate cough after all other remedies failed 50c bnd 81 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store x y y MMf oMfWBYHzCIM x CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS OOOOO r TIfJ WINCHESTER BANK jojf WINCIIHTBR Kyi N IIQLIY WlTHEHSPOON Pars W R SPiiAH OASUIKR OUR AOCXJOKTS SOLICITED W ft o f X fd +y +qttHl311pttt + ++ si JPrIAlPPINtii Watchmaker i Jeweler i All Kinds of Watch and Clock i Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of JeWelly Spectacles Call and see me In the Red I River Hotel BuKdlng + CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 2 + t4 WFfft + i4++++ + ++ k f The Clay City Graded School is without a Principal rut this this place will be filled at the regular meeting of the board July 1st Applications for the pos ition are now in order Dont Experiment With a Cough When Dr Bells PineTar Honey has been used by millions of people for sixteen years with a steady increasing demand Look for the I Bell on the Bottle The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of these experimental farmers who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings His theory was that it didnt matter what the cow ate so long as she iwas fed The questions of digestion and nourishment hall IIJif not entered into his calculations Its only a tenderfoot farmer that would try such h- an experiment with a cow But many a farmer feeds him self regardless of digestion and nutrition He might almost as well eat shay ings for all the good he gets ont of his food The result is that the stomach grows weak the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness To strengthen the stomach restore the activity of the or pans of digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves use Dr PIerces Golden Medical Discovery It Is an an tailing remedy and has the confidence of physicians as well as the praise of thousands healed by Its use In the strictest senses Golden Medical Discovery is a temperance medi cine It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics and kas free from alcohol as from opium cocaine and other dangerous drugs All ingredients printed on its outside wrapper Dont let a dealer delude you for his own profit There is no medicine for stomach liver and blood just as good as Golden Medical Discovery Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are tie bestV 7 Double and Single Shovel PLOWSa- nd everything in Farm Implements at j Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky Ia imVJ 1 M H COUIITNKV Pres A1 WIIITT Cashier ttu ttJTHEI lfiJCLAY HI50000 Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits 1 One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department I I i WilY NOT START ONE TODAY i1i rtt mliro SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure is recognized the standard poultry remedy of the worl J Ills the onu remedy tuat con bo depended on wale absolute certainty to cure and provent Cholera cases casesAwwdroaissInthodlnktngwaterkeepsiowly fucd Xree roiu dlknare A 5o tiottli inakov 12 irallcus of ior too tresta eat ct BlockiioaU mil oLh diseases in turttoyn BOurbon Poultry CherVHAG NO CQUAL- bdndvwitalstonHopdrIrllo PC1srPatlyurst Lectyeer at DoI hand II chickcnl tom gapes BoutbonIHxiltiyCi lsthemnsts5tisf + ctogacaedyIhraivi them nouibm Cure 1 Sod I have ml wed for Cfaolemud Gaper cute for Cholera and timberneck Sffg Bourbon Remedy Co- At Ieported Ky u s A All tMdlng DrugoUU 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Free 0Idby SwannDaytbrCO Hardwict Co Clay CityStanton will Make a Payment Receiver J C Rogers of tliij defunct Southern Mutual In vestment Company announced nt Lexington lie will pay 200 000 to claimants against the concern There are creditors in thirtysix States with total claims of 1500000 Epilepsy Fits Ay MIII was curedof a bad case of epilepsy with Dr Miles Nervine MRS D MAKER CleveJan Ohio My little girl who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking Dr Miles Nervine only four months MIlS C G BKNNETT Alma Mich These diseases have been cured in- do many instances that we do not think there is any longer any doubt that they are curable diseases Being ncrvojis diseases they yield to the soothing and strengthening influence of Dr Miles Nervine Though stubborn persistent treat ment is almost sure to effect a cure by restoring nervous energy The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter IbpyrlebtireeteIRRt lee nclutlrelr BANK MIPMINOU bookons apartnerpeient E JUWIFTCOPATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C i 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a lIIeteb and descriptiOn mp quickly ILIcert11I nor opiClon tree whether an nn la probably Coramonlrit lions strictly conadentlaL HANDBOOK on PateflU cunnirpatantaiateuu nspecial notice without charge la the lmerkautA handsomely Illutrated weekly largest cir sdentiuo Journal Term a3 ayeeartifourany L Bow by all newidealera t MUNN Co3etBretdrn New York Branch Office ail r BU WaihUwton IX Co Vital Washington News indications are that Congress will pass over tho prutest of the Democrats and Progressives a railroad regulation hill that will not provide for a physical valu ation of railroads The millionaire colony of tho Senate some of the members of which own stock in railroads fought desperately to kill every physical valuation amemdment proposedA ul valuation would ex pose to the country the extent to which railroad stocks hive been watered and would therefore tend to prevent overcapitaliu tiou in the future and pave the way for reasonable freight and passenger rates This is why the railroads fear it The Interstate Commerce Com mission partisan Republican in makeup has recommended physical valuation year after veer The Commission in its 1it ai ural report somewhat hopelessly said The Commis sion has in previous reports ex I pressed the opinion that it would j be wise for Congress to make provision for a physical valua i tion of railroad properties and desires to reaflirtn in this report its confidence in the wisdom of such a measure I Physical valuation was recom mended by Roosevevelt time and again This is at least one linos I evelt policy that Mr Taft has deserted The PresI coldbloodedly ident has raised neither voice Inor pen on behalf of physical i valuation Yes the Supreme court in the Nebraska rate case held that the basis of all calculation as to reasonableness of rates must be the fair value of the property being us dJb 1lthe public j As theIilter ffi1 Commerce Commission does not know the value of a single rail road it must fix reasonable rates by sheer guesswork- i As progressive legislation a railroad regulation bill without a provision for physical valuation- is a farce The national Democratic platform of 1908 declared for elli cient supervision and rate regulation of railroads and to that end strongly recommended the t iking of a physical valuation But when it is considered that Harriman contributed 2i0upu tu the Republican campaign fund t i iitiuili ni die runnjuuti tan A NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER ATTENTIONII buy without first I I investigating the merits of the same The exclusive features on other I machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadingthe anteed to pulverize all manure notice the three chances This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm wagon hence is the simplest I most durabre lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment Ask for catalogue X i t THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Cold water Ohio I rSTRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT J thatwill I how loaded Is absolutely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing or spreading ofaxles as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend Li1htetI1 r j r 1 I probably numerous other rail road mngnatesjdvanlecl equally large sums and that the very bill Congress is about to place upon the statute books was orig inally drawn inNew York and submitted to the railroad inter ests before being introduced iti Congress it is not so strange i that physical valuation amend ments received their death stabs even after passed by a goodly inrjurity in the House of JUepre sell tutiveSt Oh American people ybU must be more vigilant than you are if you would continue to deserve the name of a patriotic people 1 t Republican Senators who most frequently visit the White House are Aldrich of Rhode Island acknowledged Congressional representative of Wall street and the tarill trusts Lodge of Massachusetts who declares the ultimate consumer to be a myth Depew of New York chairman of the board of directors of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad and a director of- lit other transportation and fran chise corporations Senators Stephenson of11ris conson and Guggenheim of Col orado who are frequently refer red to is having bought their way into the Senate And here are the Republican Senators with whom the Presi dent does not confer LaFol lette of Wisconsin Clapp of Mil nesota Dolliver and Cummins of Iowa and Bristow of Kansas Attorney General Wicker sham former Silgar trust attoi ney is quite proper after all 1 Whoa11tepreive g FI ertT Rainey of Illinois made the above reference to Wickerslmm some time agothe latter profess ed to have been greatly outraged and hada letter read on the Iloor of Congress in which he i idignantly deniqd the ace usa tionBy cr ISS examningReprts nta tive McKinley of California who was praising and defending Wickersham in Congress with in formation furnished him by the attorney general Mr Rainey has just broughtout these admissions That Wickersham and Henry IVs Taft the Presidents s brother were formerly members of the law firm of Strong S Oadwal lader that for services rendered the theiving sugar trust Brotji er Henry received 20750 that this sum was turned over to Strong tC Cadwallader and that Mr Wickersham drew down and pocketed his share of the fee without indicating any insurgent tendencies Wickersham former sugar trust attorney is therefore a legitimate appellation for the Attorney General of the United States who advises that there be 110 congressional invesigation of the sugar trust because it might give immunity to the higher ups 1 Selah j Secretary of the Interior Bal linger has indefinitely suspended H1onesspocial agent of the laud office who was associat ed withiLouisILj in the Ji- vestigaUon of tlieAlaskan goal claims and wit corroborated lrlingerJones is the eleventh nian Bal linger has force 9tJt I Presidents C1I fir j iII It Senator Dolliver ofIowa Repub i lican said Whe whole atmos phere of our present day legisU usIguage requires watching What did he mean Whatever ratty be the princi pill cause of the increased ost If living and the masses believe politIgreed that the most practical way to lower the cost of living is tu reduce the thrill on the necessaries 10 WE ISUY WOOl kkDukrrwe seta far jw till t etU srumatutM ercWtU Rtfaeict sir ink Louisville We sriiis WesIBafeFreehaabippers Write fIdClI JL SABEL SONS E in 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TflBLE Eust WestBound 2I No4 Daily P Jh A M 2c 735 3U5 813 i20 820- J34 842 351 902 358 tt10 405 01- 5s4 022 430 138 435 943 447 955 610 1017 605 1115 G10 1120 L Stations I LexingtonWinchester L fi Junction Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Rosalyn i Filson Gump ton Jnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent Betttyville Jet O 1C Junction Jackson troubles because help remedy brought relief thousands of women to headache pans female weak many It Is medicine to take III This DR NTIPAIN External Pains ID General in Courts of SUTHERLANDS Good Nothing Eyes womans ingredients pure once give Help Cardui Gardui is been taking nervousness young Bound Indian No1t Nn 3No yEx e t A M P M AM 055 605 1025 912 520946900 507 934 845 453 120 825 435 002 815 420 854 80fl 420 848 1 414 842JSKJ74g 357 828 745 355 826 730 341 815 707 3 2074015 2 25705510 220 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday- L E Junction Ns 1 and 3 will connect with the Cc 0 Rail way for Alt Strlinjr Ky On nip ton Junction NOB 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with tbe Mountain Central RAilway hr passengers to and from Campion inn Beattyville Junction SIs2 will connect with the L k A Rail way for Benttyville IC- yOJC Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O R K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations I EARN STOVE MONEY Iby buying from dealer this range at half that U asked by other firms Our modern method of merchandising vi able us to make this offer which of oonw potitoreoaameet a80bl11lhandsomelarire DOMESTIC WINNER I i r RANGEJu- st fie shown by cut It Is made from pollihed blue asbwtoa r sectlonal11l bt tfduplex grate 18Inch oven cut reservoir andhigh Closet No mailorder lIIClIelUimmea houM not order this range for We ere aazlous to AlfUranteeaccoDlPanleseaenran1e1 Ibusiness Dont miss brfevtyeght o good thing I MODERN TOVE MFO COMPANY Ohletliaeelll g I i- r