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D THE CLAYCITY TIMESi l 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CHyfte Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 B Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KYM THURSDAY JUNE so jeio NO 26 niillons Spent on Frauds Over 15000000 annually is poured into the coffers of those who exploit and advertise fake consumption cures according to a statement issued by the National Association for study of Prevention of tuberculosis and for this vast sum the victims receive nothing in return but often are per manently injured and in the ma jority of cases chated out of the chance of a real cure Worse still most of this money is paid by those who can least afford it The Association has investigat ed several hundred so called cures and treatments fortu berculosis now being advertised throughout the country and finds that more than 3000000 a year is being spent in soliciting the patronage of the public On ex amination it has been found the great majority of these cures contain harmful and habitform ing drugs such as morphine opi and chloroform None of them will cure consumption The on ly cure for this disease is fresh air rest and wholesome food All the cures that attempt to destroy the tubercle bacillus with out these or to stop the disease in some mysterious way are brand ed as frauds and impositions r Postmasters to fleet The Annual District Meeting of the 3rd and 4rd Class Postmasters willbe heM in the City dt Lexing V itasJ bJo- c 910iAu Postmasters of the above Class are requested to be present at this Meeting The District is com posed of the following Counties Anderson Bath Boyle Bourbon Bracken Boyd Breathett Casey Clark Carter Fayette Franklin Fleming Garrard Grant Harrison Jessamine Lawrence Mercer Mad ison Mason Montgomery Nichp las Powell Pendleton Rowan Robertson and Scott 1r-r When you are Ready for your Spring Suit y We are ready for you The new spring styles we are showing in mens j and young mens suits willappeal to the moft critical andexacting 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 walk of life Come in and glance throughyouwillappreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Meas Spring Suits The fabrics were tested and well selected much care given to the cut ting and makingthe fit and finish will stand the closest scrutiny We honelly believe them the finest garment in the State and youll agree with us once you see them Democratic Convention Called At a meeting of the Executive Committee of this Congressional district composed of chairmen of the executive cammittecs of the respective counties composing said district held at Beattyville of June 28th 1910 at 1 oclock p m pursuant to the call ofF A Lyon Sr chairman of the district at which meeting a quo rum was present J 0 Potts of Estill county was elected secre tary of the meeting The fol lowing resolution were then of fered and duly adopted towi- tFirst1t is ordered that mass conventions be held at the courthouse in each of the respective counties composing the Tenth Congressional district at oclock p m on Saturday the sixth day of August 1010 for the purpose of selecting and instructing if desired delegates to represent the said counties at the general convention hereinafter provided for SecondSaid delegates so se lected at the various county con ventions shall assemble in general district convention to be held at Mt Sterling on Tuesday the ninth day of August 1010 at 1 80 aclock p m for the pur pose of nominating apemocratic candidate for Congress in said Tenth congrersional district of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1010 and to- ir ltaaatoa-ct such business as may proper ty be the subject of consideration by saidconvontiouoThirdAll persons who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to see those principles succeed and who by participating in said county conventions will feel in honor bound to support the Dem ocratic nominee in the next No vember election and who will be BJMFESEL11 sJ f legal voterflin the preciuct in which they nW live if they con tinue to livcmlbhe same precinct until the vomber electionHJ101- jOl shall have right and are in vited to participate in said county- conventIonl UFrourtlitnsaid general con vention ea 1icounty shall be entitled to one vote for each two hundred of fractional part over one hundred otes were cast in said county for William J Bryan for Prudent in 1018 ThrcSffcornered Race Itis praotjfijly settled that the Hon W TTittafford of Jannies OreekJJohns county will be a i jVfl Congress in the Tenth dist io again8t John W Langley anouiis name will ap pear on the election ballot in November llis not yet known under what name or divice Mr Stnffordajjll have his name placed says he has always been a Republican and is stilla Republican jJut is opposed to Taftism Qanponism Aldrichism etc and staff s for the people as against the t ts etc MattgVacy Dead Henry Mauison Tracy aged twentyBev6n years died Satur day morning ai the residence of 0 L Sn ithjjjnear this city of brights diseae after a lingering illness Ftineril fffc 1t8rt held at the t ntopiPreabyteIgna- ht3reh San aritornitgtisr Rev It AtyMcCqnagha and the remains interred in the beautiful cemetery adjoining Mr Tracy who had led a wayword life in earlier days had joined the Christian church and professed conversion Property Not Sold J W Wilkerson receiver of H 0 Warmouth bankrupt ad vertised and Saturday offered for sale the business house on Sixth ave and onehalf interest in 150 acres of land on Black creek There was not a bid and the sale was declared off The property was required to bring three fourths its value Had the re ceiver advertised this sale in the Times he doubtless could have reached a buyer The bankers of the Tenth Congressional district are looking with interest to July 12 when the first annual meeting of Group Ten of Kentucky Bankers Asso ciation will beheldat Winches ter The Group willbe formally organized at this meeting J Campbell Oantrell won the Democratic nomination for Con gress in the 7th district over Sen ator Claude M Thomas by a bout 2500 majority in the prima ry election that district Saturday J A Boone D S Haggard JF Winn and B S Bartlett of Winchester came upSaturday and attended the meeting of the R A M in this city that night Oouldbursts on the headwaters of the upper Kentucky and Big Sandy rivers caused more than a million dollar loss lo property- and growing crops i Attorney R O Welch has ac tcepted a positon with Brad streets Mercantile Agency and Seated in Cincinnati a Resolutions Whereas the Grand Master of I the Universe has removed from our earthly Lodge to His celestial home on high our beloved Brother Robert Russell who de parted this life on June 17 1910 therefore be it 1st Resolved that while we recognize and humbly submit to the decree of Him who doeth all things well yet we deplore the loss of our friend and brother and extend to his stricken fami ly and friends our deepest sym pathy in this their time of great sorrow As a tribute to his memory we could say no more than to say he was a K of P in all that the word implies 2nd Resolved that we extend the widow and family our heart felt sympathy with the assur ance that we mourn their loss and ever remembering that we are traveling that undiscovered country from whence no traveler returns3rd that these reso lutions be entered upon the rec ords of our Lodge and that a copy of them be sent to his family as- a token of our sympathy and that they be published in the Olay City Times S A Easter W R Burgher Committee O WJEaster a rSJn wI L l f fY ResolutioAoG Respec f r MlMPAW tions of Clay City Lodge Nov 171 I 00 Ft respectfully submit the followingWhereas it has pleased God the Father in His infinite wisdom to remove from our midst Bro H C Warmouth who departed this life on 31st 1910 and to take him unto parts unknown to us hut which we trust is a better world than this of ours be it Resolved that in the death of Bro Warmouth his family has sustained the loss of a loving hus band and father the community a valued and highly respected citizen and our Lodge a devoted member andResolved that we extend to Bro Warmouths family our heart felt sympathy in this their sad hour of bereavement and while we can do nothing towards filling the vacuum alIIthngsthem if they will only seek Him Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our records a copy be sent to the deceased family and a copy published in the local paper- J W Hendrix V A P Johnson Moses McKinneyCommittee Spectacles Lost Pair ettel frame spectacles in heavy cardboard case Lost Some where ip Clay City Friday June 17 Please return to this office It will be to your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits end odd pants for men and boys before making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty you all the new col OrS andcuts and at prices that will interestyou Hardwick do Co- Stanton Gone to Her Reward We learn with regret of the death on June 20th of Miss Ag nes K Irving of Charleston S 0 who has for fiftysix yearn had charge of the Orphans Hono of that city It was through Min Irvings goodness and charity that the Oophans Home of 01 y City was purchased The main building of this Home is callol Irvings Hall in honor of thrt noble woman Whose love for hu manity ever led her to seek to guide and protece Gods home less litte ones Mrs S T Hall of Stanton visited her parents Mr and Mrs 0 Shimfessell Saturday Resolutions of Respect The undersigned on resolutions of respect respectfully submit tie followingResolved 1st that whereas it has pleased the Great Ruler of heaven and earth to remove from our midst sister Ellen White agoti 74 years who was a member of Powells Valley church and departed this life June 4th 1910 Sel dour is i community more arievni than when the body of this dear old lady was laid in its last restirg place She was truly covered with flowers and with tears by her many friends who had learned to love her for her kind and noble deeds- douafirlife f nd thakthcLjOhurch has lost a t fN r kttift t er+ chiildr eit loving Christian mother her neigh bors a true friend and neighbor 3rd that we extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family in their sad bereavement We can only say to her giief stricken chil dren weep not for her she has only gone before and with beckoning hands she will greet you on the oth er shore 1 4th that these resolutions bo printed in the Clay City Times and a copy be sent to each of her chil dren and a copy be placed on the church book at Powells Valley Sarah Barnes C of P V O For Sale Seven room house and five lots n west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine K- yDr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds For Sale Privately Lot of household furniture in cluding mattresses carpets tablet chairs and etc Also line of Millineryconsisting Hats Flowers Ribbons anda small line of notions at n- t great sacrifice as I am leaving the cityThe Central Hotel is for rent partly furnished Good opportunity for right party Nice trade established Apply to S Mrs W N Bush at the hotel Clay cJ YKr 1r r THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass man matter Thursday June 30 1910 The Cause of It We were talking to a prominent Republican of this city the other day who has an acquaintance at Detroit Mich He said people there could gQ over into Canada and buy a suit of clothe and save from 7 to X20 on the suit and could buy the same su gar over there for one cent lesE on the pound and admitted that the tariff was the cause The next day we picked up one of our Republican exchanges and it gave an alarm on account of the hundreds of thousands of Amer ican people moving to Canada and settling oil farms In Oana da it is too cold to successfully grow corn Wheat is the princi pal crop The dominion has many other natural disadvantages that the United States has not got Then what is attracting them It is explained above The necessary articles that the farmer has to buy such as sugar coffee and all groceries not produced by the Canadian farmer is from 2Y1fc to 100 cheaper than in the United States Then the Canadian farmer does not have tomako so much in order to accumulate wealth as does the farmer of the United States For instance a farmer living in asp Canada can cpmo over into Ohm gjKand guy a mowing machinfe for 82 50 but a United States farmer must pay for this same h mowing machine 45 00 The Times thinks this rigid discrimi nation against home people is unfair and not right Then it is no wonder Canada is settling hun dreds of thousands of our best people Our manufacturers treat them so much nicer when they get over there and no wonder tiie government must get excited lie manufacturers must sell our people over in Oanada the same u rticle at from50a to 100 cheaper than they sell them to us at home Most of these farm ere moving over there we arc glad to learn are Republicans who have grown tired of their own medicine They are Demo crats tut dont know it until they get to Canada In his recent tour of Europe Colonel Roosevelt managed to steer clear of Spain The Col onel we suppose thought the boys could not forget his treat ment to the Spanish soldier during the Cuban warrheColonel it will be remembered used to boast of having the di rect experience of shooting down one of the Spanish soldiers and it later developed that he shot him in the back while the troops were on a run Where does the honor of such bravery come in A Blatherskitecommands a great deal of attention One half of it is in disgust the other half is because those interested dont know Mr Ballinger is playing the little Sundayschool boy trick of trying to be good after being found out at the picnic Genet farmers getting along fast with their crops Mrs Ada Martin of Middle tqwn 0 was here a few days a go visiting friends and relatives David Howell the Boss Team ster of Eastern Kentucky has built him along line of barbed wire fence on his farm We met Uncle George Orab tree our county assessor US Mail contractor c Uncle GeorgeRisaFhustlerJoronacuthIs age He knows something of thenardihips of a Confedorat- esoldiorsife No speech from a silvertongued orator can elimi nate that recollection from the memory of Uncle George he is an uncompromising Demo dratCall and see our line of ladies and Misxes Queen Quality and Boston Favorite low cut shoes in the oheand two strapped pumps lace oxfords and all the newest styles and leathers We have the most completestock ever brought to Powell county Kurd wick Co- Stanton II- t r sHOE t NEW Spring and Sum mersty7esonsa7eNowof anything a little lit smarter andmore exclusive than ua7Tize kinS you see on Paris boulevards Fifth w AvenuetooEveryldst ana 1 readier that a woman could k ossiWy want lai any time t i Hardwick mid Company 4aa STANTON KENTUCKY Inl s I i- C SPOUT SPRING A Orsbone of Winchester was here last week lc Miss Jeanette Tipton has beet engaged to teach the school a this place and will begin Tues day July 5th- Regular service at the Baptist church both Sunday morniugam in afternoon Elder B S Burgher will preach at 11 a m qJld Elder G W Mclntosh at 4p fmJohnny T Wright sold to Allen Orsborne 10 yearling heir ers weighing abtut6oo pound for 220 Mr Wright also got from Mr one splendid fouryearold horse Now is a good time to ouy you ginghams and width goods and got your sowing done before the hot weather Mrs JfjW Williams DarHngsville Elder J T Ttfrnin filled hIs regular appointment at Powell Valley Saturday ana Sunday Mrs James Hamson and chit dren are spending a few day withrelatives and friends at this place f Eva and Russell McIntosh of the Louisville Masonic Home ar spending vacation with thei mother Mrs A OHSarnes Many of the farmers are almost discouraged Ijn ncconntibf wet weather Corfil are al most drowned outran many pla ce4 to Mr and Mrs Samuel Woods entertained a number of their friends Sunday Most of then Attended churchand returne- dthetefordinner Every thing that goe8 to makt A gooddin nor was prepared by Mrs Woods and was waiting for the crowd all word hungry and did a good part by eating so many good things and drinking ice tea and lemonade Those present were Mr and Mrs James Harrison of Little Creek Mr and Mrs R L Tipton Mr and Mrs Fred Smeth ers Mr and Mrs H H Hoskins and Mr and Mrs A 0 Barner flows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure i Fr Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F TCheneyfonUie la t 16 years and believe him perfectly honors ble in all business transactions and financially able to carry put anyob ligations made by his firm Walding Rinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Ci reis taken in tern acting directly upon the Moodand mocous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 755 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Rails Family Pills for con Btipation Dr Bells AntisepticSalve Good for all SHIn Diseases T fruit and Ornamental i TREES 3Everything lo4 OCJIARD and GARDEN LONE MILLION Strawberry PUntsu tree Catalogue Ne A eatsr 1Ji F unierimeyer ce Sonsf- 1 j LEXINGTON Kr y ry he i N1v 11of tq cPkk + t i I t i t i L t J frr II I J Ij i For all kinds OF Upto Date Io ft MILLINERY SEE MrsJ W Williams f The Milliner l It JLAYCITY KY H j i IC i IIJ i I i 4YY i HwShkrh d l j 7 t i iJr f USE HOPE MILLS t J FLOUR I The Gift of Liberty + came with the signing of the Dec laration of Independence July 4th 1776 That was National Liberty You still may be personally held in the bondage of a poor and unsatis tying flour Celebrate the coming 4th of July by declaring your free dom and independence Give the Hope mills flour a trial and teats I the blessings of liberty in the i good bread it m akos i Mfgd byJ ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky ti I J OAKLAND PIANOS Iour aim is the productlonqf a iipt Mlale that quality of tone I worth value and durability heretofore not in plane eelllng comparative prices The offlcen of the Co are practicalImen the building and marketing atpiauoateconcentrated In the development of those that attract the careful buyer Our policy U to one style ofease and ODe Grade of piano thereby output reducing the oort of production wrto the U ui to tooblatnauydhwrayp adplinoJmpoMlblf fMOatLnOur the bet equipped moet UJMocIatepIA n- In the world Iwlnc su output of umodly In the Kaloln the orraenl conetrutUont1rooallo oute4o tlnUti ttjrle workmanship nd In durability we claim theOskland Ut the If your tfttbnitheOeklandptauowrtbdirect- to n ua for catalogue and epocUl Introductory price OAKLAND PIANO CO j416 Steinway Hall Chloago III J r + + + + + + I0 + + U++ 1 te + + qtr H r s t r xNsuxoIii WITH r LYON Sc SON + 0- 1if J F A + rc4 r ii The L udincf J1 uralco Affeiitu fl4 i+ of Kvuatevn ntiiolcy + + f P + l+i over r200o0Q0000 jI f Io1 4J i RepresentedJ J 1f t 4 Every onewhdknowtiangtb insurance know f5 4 r I t I thntf are leaders in thjs Ii ief eret t 1Jr 1 fff i 4 i t ii 1 t1If0t aaarrgwiI +aw +6rs t alr L t 1 J tT FH E TIME AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY June 301010 LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Ouida Littlepaye of Loi isville is visiting friends in the I city Fred Blair of Morehead is spending a few days with his sis Mrs A T Whitt The regular services of the v Methodist church will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning No Danger In taking Dr Bells PineTarHo ev for coughs and colds It contains no habit producing drug Look for the Boll on the Bottle The Christian church festival J Saturday evening in the park was very liberally patronized and the arise of 23 realized Miss Mollie Johnson of this city has been engaged to teach the W altersville school and Miss Lula Mae Bowman the Tod school The Best Remedy For all kinds of sore eyes Suthe lands Eagle Eye Salve It is a creamy snow white ointment and would not injure the eyes of a babe Guaranteed 25o Mr and Mrs W N Bush at 1tended the funeral of Jonas R at Winchester Monday I Mr Bush being a brother to the deceased Jfcwrthan aweoks time fehre laJrge oil tanks were destroyed by being struck by lightning in the 1 Wolfe county field entailing I loss of 1000 Granulated Eye Lids Can be cured without cauterizin or scarifying by the use of Suthei lands Eagle Eye Salve We guar antee it to cure 25o everywhere In Clark county the residente of W R Ewen formerly of this county was burned Saturday morning entailing a low of 8 000 with 2500 insurance I Get The Best For skin troubles sores ulcers eo zema chaps black heads pimple and all eruptions Use Dr Bells I Antiseptic Salve and you get the best We guarantee it 25c a box I everywhere IThegrandest picnio ever it is will be held in Clay Oity I Monday the Fourth One thin I Clay City certainly knows how to do andthat is to hold a pic ufcOur spring aad summer line of low cut Walk Ovet shoes for men and boys is ready for your inspection Call and see them Hardwlok fc Co Stanton Mrs E N Wilson was caned to Mt Sterling this week to see her daughter Mrs Qeo W Anders n Jr who was overcome with heat though her conditioi J t is not of a serious htttfcre j Kept the King at Home For the past year we hay kept the King of all laxativesDr t Kings New Life Pillsln ou home and they hays proved I blessing to all our family write Paul Mathulka of Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy for si StoaJ ach Liver and Kidney trouble I0nly250 atSwannDay vLumbe f t r JCosstore r 1 y I Large Cattle Sales About 1000 big cattle wer sold in Montgomery county last week at 7 cents per ponnd Many more were not sold and are held at 8 cents The cattle wil be delivered in August and Sep tember and will bring something like 100 per head or about 100 000 for all sold at this price in the county A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail firework or of any other na ture demands promt treatnnn with Bneklens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healftf iaU such wound as also for Burns Soils Sores Slifd Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Must Stand Examination The next examination for a certificate to practice medicin in this State will be held at the Armory in Louisville Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday July 5th filth and 7th next This ex ammation will include every sect who desire to practice the healing art in any of its branch es and is designed to protect the people from ignorance and in competency in the treatment of diseas No one can be a legal practitioner without this certifi pate and no unregistered practitioner can legally collect any fees A Womans Oreat Idea is how to make herself attructive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Con stipation and Kidney poisons show inpimplosblotchesskineruptions and a wretched complexion But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who wanthealth beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver dud Kidneys puri fy the bl o4jglvestrong nerves bright eyes pure breath eraootb velvety skin lovely com Jexon health Try them 60c at- SwannIlayLumberC9s store Our I godods lOW o 1 Our stock is larger than ever before We believe we can supply your wants be rand De8id Jgive you more for your money than any one else in tho cou Ifwe are correctin ourboliefit is to I ypuf interest to deal with us Come and look through and see what you think about it Hardwiok CoStanton f U JolLock Poultryronoe QIIA 7 mat tor pot rrq Oct spl taar ua at rkH or ItI MitbeaWotttu-ec I ill Prwoa rracz co DbatbIC Xauu mw Kl M Do Youet The Best If you have a cough cold asthma croup or any throat or bro ohial trouble and use Dr Be1ls Pine TarHoney you do Look for the Bell nth Bottle The Courier Journal thinks that althodghour Government hasnt done much for aviation we have lots of statesmen who can go pretty far up in the air We Dwit Have to Tell you what its for its name tells Dr DeWs Pine TarHonc is the best cough medicine and sev erl million people already know it Loot for the ell on the Bottle Bell System Connects The Bell system has lately con netted with tlioiHomefelephone- at Sharpsburg j They have also done this at Oynthiana and Maysville aridTwill do it everywhere if the eople controllin matters willdnly stand firm for the right thing Doat 134 Annoyed With skin troubles chaps pimple black heads eczema or sores When one 25c box of Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve will cure you Try it at once Resigns Position J H Burgher has resigne his position as head miller for Mansfields flour mill at Win Chester and accepted a position with SwannDay Lumber Corn pany as foreman in the Jackson Light and Iceplant at that place Mr Burgher will live here and attend his duties at Jackson for EL time at least Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the Air on heavy machines legtlSmsJitJ9 trwiree terribl war inventions to kill men and that wohder of wondersDr Kings New Discoveryto save life when threatened by coughs colds la gr ppeathmacrourbr- onchitis hemorrhages hay feve and whooping cough or lung trouble 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 othe remedies failed 50c und 81 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store +WMMWWMWWWy WMf J OAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROMTS 1OOOOO g TILE WINCHESTER BANK J OF WINouarzu Ky NUOLLY WITU ftSVOONPnffi9 Wn SPUAKi OASnIEIB s J YOUR AOCX3UNTS SOLICITED g 3 JPflAUPPIN 1 Watchmakerr H4Jeweler cs iAll Kinds of Witch aad Clock Repairing oa Short Notice nail RMUdiabtoTerntav SATISFAC TION QUARANTEEp Use of Jewelry Spectacles can and see ono la the Red Riyvc Hotel Bititl Si CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The weather keeps no refus ina to do a single thing the Weather Bureau tell it to Letters addressed to Gov A E Willson at Frank re should be marked Please forward l Dont Experiment Wltha Cough When Dr Bells PineTar Honey has been used by millions of people for sixteen years with a steady I increasing Bellon demand Look for HUt BottlePatriotism The stomach it I larger lector in life liberty and the put suit of happiness than most people are aware Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyipepiia The confirmed dys peptioiit for treason stratagems and spoilt The man who goes to the front for hit country with a weakstomach will be a weak soldier and o fault finder A sound stomach makes for good citizenship at well at for healthand happiness Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and are promptly and permanently cured by the use of Dr PIERCE9 GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY It builds up the body with sound flesh and solid muscle The dealer who offers B substitute for the Discovery is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the tale of less meritorious preparations- Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser it sent Jrni on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for the paper covered book or 31 stamps for the cloth bound Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best Double and Single Shovel PLOWSa- nd everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky M H COUKTNKY Pres A T WIUTT Cashier THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK Q CLAY CITY KENTUKCY Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars 8 Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department WHY NOT START OftE TODAY m mw w m SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Car recognized the standard pou1tr7 rumed eoeihePoultry It Uthe one remedy bat con be depend on with abaoluto certainty to cure and prevent GnpoB Cholera Roupaeases itfmrdropdfathedrlnktagwctcrlcepyfowls bMllhy and t from flWeaHO A bib 1lll111o POT thetrciWlCtttofmaokhcadandotherdi cu in turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureHAG NO EQ AtoX IMr F P CI Par K Lutru hrobomlpeWurboq I 1 have ever Died M = bourbon Remedy Co ISS5SJV u So A MAll L eitna Jtaiggleu eoq per Bottle Trial Vial Fr + Sold by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick 5c Co it Clay CityStanton The house passed a bill requir ins the publication of campaign expenses before and after elec tion The Senate took the sting out of the measure by amending it os that it provides for the pub lication of expenses days after election f Suppose as the young Egyp tianr assert the Colonel is in salting the world What is the world going to do about it Sleepless Nights My wife is of a nervous tempera ment and has suffered much from slecplcssiicss Since using Dr Miles Nervine she has greatly improved and now sleeps well W W FISHBACK Redkey Ind When the nerves become weak wornout excitable from over work worry grief or mental ex haustion their turbulent condition prevents that total relaxation that induces sleepDr Nervine by its soothing and quieting influ ence and by strengthening and re plenishing the exhausted nerve force brings profound and restful sleep The first bottle will benefit If not the druoQlit will return your money ElectricI BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR ANDKJDNFYiLIVER It a ttcice ever sold I counter i +R a+ P wrA cc omptir obtained In all countries OR NO FEE rrFRIE I Ice cxcloelvelr BANK REFERENCES bootonWhleh ones pay partner1 patent law aid other lnlrfnr OI SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventy St Washington D C 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS I I DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone sending a ekotcb and description mST 1Ucertalrt our opinion tree w ether au Inrentlnn u Communlcat- lonntrtctycooIl4enUa1HANDBDDK on Iatenu lent reo agency lecurinrpatenta receiveapceielScientific flttiericam A handsomely Illustrated weekly I rcoit clr eolation of any clentlOo year tour months iL Sold by ilnecteslert MUNN 3DIDroade New York IJraucb Omce1125 Jj Bt WublIlirtOD Co Vital Washington News Why is it that the price of articles on which the tariff was not advanced has incresed since the passage of the Payn Aldrlch bill I put this question to United States Senator Moses E Clapp of Minnesota one of the genuine progressive Republicans of Oou gress HI can answer that question r replied Senator Olapp in less than two minctes and no one will successfully contradict my statementIn PayneAldrich revision of the tariff the rates on scores upon scores of articles were advanced Those increases have advanced the price of every thing yes have increased the price of articles on which the tariff was not changed You cant raise the cost of living to a man who is producing something to sell without forcing that man to raise correspond ingly the price of what he has to sell Suppose both of us are in business and that each has to use what the other produces Suppose the tariff on the article I handle is increased while the tariff on the article you handle is not increased By virtue of my increased protection 1 force you to pay increased prices What are you going to do about it What must you do about WI Answer you must increase the price of what Vou have torell And thats just the way it works out all along the line and in the end all of the increases fall upon the broad shoulders of the consumerBut will hear it said con stantly with reference to some thing bn uchiij pCicebae beenad Clftliht isnt in tariff at all That increase hits nothing to do with the tariff But the fact is tariff revision up ward on a few articles re inches all along the line The new tariff law has cost and is costing the American peo ple million on millions of dollars in increased cost of Ii vi ngAnd- if the PayneAldrich hill had been beaten those millions would have been saved to the people Congress hue authorized two more battleships It is esti mated each ship will cost 12000r 000 to build and 1000000 a year during its 21 year lifetime NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first investigating the merits of the same The exclusive features on other I machines r Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadingthea anteed to pulverize all manure notice the ree This machine is built on a com I mon sense principle of a farm wagonhence is the simplest most durable lightest draft lowest down hence easy to toad Into spreader on tho market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment Ask fo catalogue X THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Coldwator Ohio I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The tAlly vehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing or spreading ofaxles Las the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion No tend LighterIJ 1 f tomaihtaih The aggregate ul tiriiatcs cost of as a mlltfCrof fact is therefore 32 QOOoijO I The cost of each ship would buy SOpO farms at 4000 each it would construct 1000 churches throughout the country at20 OOOeach it would furnish the means of education through a fouryear course to 10000 men or ivomoliat 500 per annum it would build and equip 50 man ual training schools with neces sary tools told appliances giving a trade to 75000 young people each year it would build a macadam road between Chicago and New York or build and equip 40 Y M U A buildings of magnif icent proportions each building accomodating the young men in a city ofl200000 people 1 The eve of Congressional campaigns is nt hand It looks as if the Republican party proper will boldly uStempt to bluff the A merican people on these propositions That Aldichism is n good thing for the country That Uncle Joe belongs to Abraham Lincoln type of states men That the PayneAldrich tariff bill was thetbest tariff bill ever passed and is a Godsend to tho consumersThat expenditure of more than double the sun used by Cleveland to run the government is really necessary for party solidarity It ak Hereistiieplatform the average Democratic candidate for Congress wihl present to the peo ple Lower duties on the necessa ries of life d n7iric6ffikrtax that a largo part of the burden of thc cost of governmentinay fall upon those best able to bear it Reciprocity with Canada and our best customers Repeal of Section 2 of the Aid rich act that fdrces tariff Wars and retaliation Election of Senators by direct voteiOldtime democratic economy in public expenditures Restoration of popular government in louse of Representatives Gilpon Gardner a newspaper correspondent jwlio joined the Roosevelt part It Egypt and accompanied it fto Washington and who hud almost daily interviews with tlfe ex President stakes his reputation on the pre diction that thei Taft adminis tration has been so thoroughly bad that Roosevelt will not endorse it in any shape form or manner He declares Taft do Betted theRoose elt policies cold blopdedly In connection with Gardners statement it is signif icant that Roosevelt should have been this long on American soil following his long absence in Af rica without havi seem the man he made president or having mentioned way Roo sevelt and Taft lave not met since March 4 1910 Heir ye l Hear vgM3enataBosB- Nelson Wilnmrth iArdrich stands pat on his statement that thegovernm4mj wasteing aYe Senator Beveridge frettingjunder Ald iclis indictment dft he Republic ttii on the eofgroes ind tvantomextravuangesought o discredit Aldricujflistateirient 1h I k la But Aldrich declared he knew what ho was talking about and that if he could run the govern ment as a business man without let or hindrance from anyone ho could save the people 300 000000 a year Query Is Ald rich contemplating joining the ranks of insurgents It would be interesting to know what the stand pat Republican editors of the country think of Aldrichs statement on Republican wastefulness 1 WE BU- YWOOL HtDESANDFU cInDS Idleferlouthuafeatsotcemaiumnte hats Ptlcrcnee ur hash U ftribh Wool Bass Free la o tkippttt Write fct price list xSABEL 11 SONS EJftob04 LwiiTffle If TAKE A 22i 22- oj 311 1115G K 5 take for your troubles because we are sure It will you that this female WINE L Stations LsxinglonVnlehester OLAY Jackson WeAsk You Remember remedy CARD 01 brought thousands Ihas sick so not you For headache backache I periodical ness havo said It Is the best medicine take Try Ul Sold io This CityF3 BELLS ANTIPAIN- For Internal and External C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw jTANTON KENTUCKY General Practice all the Commonwealth SUTHERLANDS EAGLE SALVE for Nothing but tho Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui their female troubles Cardui been found to relieve headache backache pain in and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more than relieveif used persistentlymany have written to that it cured them I It Will Help YonJ37 numb spells ever I was 1C old One I a and fair AT ALL DRUG STORES Y SUY1t1 OF L E TIME TABLE EustBound WestBound e 1Daily PM I SI 735 3u5 813 842- 35i but 338 UlO 405 915- i14 I 933 435 n A3 447 510 1017 CARDUIl curemesaythatwishto7But L E Junction liuliiin Fields CITY StmitonRoeslyn FileonCampion Junction Natural Bridge Torrent Beatty villo Jct 0 it Junction to Cardul female help great OF relief to women why to pans female weak many to DF Pains In Courts of EYE Good Eyos for has the side say ing with since years day long trial RY 320 826 334 950 INo1 1No 3I Sunday No Only 5 A M Po M- C05 A nt- Q55 1025 012 520 9S46 000 507 031 8L45 463 I fI N 825 435 0Q2 815 426 854 807 420 848- 8OJ 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 1426 730 341 815 707 3 20J 7 i51 j 615 225 05 610 220 7tnQ 1 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday L E Junction Nos 1 and J will connect with thRO fc0Ruil way for Mt StrUng Ky V- Campion Junction NOR 1 23 nnlwill connect with the Moujt t t tain Central Railway fr passengers to nnd from Camptc Ky Beattyvjlle Junction Nos 2 will connent with the L Allailway for Beattyyille Ky 0 d K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the u K Rail way for Cannel Citv Ky and way atationsIm EARN STOVE MONEY Iby buying from your dealer tils at half the price that li by other firms Our modern method of merchondUlag en uetltoracanmeetSZ1I80bnnth1ahandeomoJanre abler make this lfer which of our com DOMESTIC WINNER It RANCEJust an shown by cut It Is made from pollened blue hai alx covert one of which Is sectional asbeetoeimine 45t sue stripe anti fuel screw tart l oven cut reservoir and high INo11 MODERN STOVE MF8 COMAI ANY loeIIIc Y r