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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n 1 A T irVt J r f 1fx THE CLAY ICITY TIMESi I 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are hereto help Clay Citju Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 B Burgher Publisher l 27VOLDemocratic Outlook Bright Representative Ollie James saY8HI believe we will control the Sixtysecond Congress by an overwhelming majority he says We expect to gain two Democratic Congressmen in Ken tucky The Democratic party is in the finest fighting kelter and it looks to me as if nothing can beat us- President Tafts administration has been a ponderous failure added Mr James On the eve of the appaoaching campaign we find the Republican party didvid ed as it has not been since the days of Garfield and Conkling Broken pledges and betrayed promises confront a distracted and fleeting Republicanism on every hand The increased cost of living is due primarily to the Payne tariff bill together with the trusts and monopolies which are fostered by the party in pow er and which are enabled to rob the producer of what he has to sell and with a like brutality the consumer when he has to buy Committee to Meet Chairman Henry R Prewitt has called the Democratic State Central Oommittee to meet at the Seelbach in Louisville on Thursday afternoon July 7 at 1 t oclockThe purpose of the meeting is to eejeot fl a n committee L ve ohargecDamacr li Congressionarraces tniffianpcna to elect a chairman of that corn s mittee A Frau- dUevShehoroofthe Kentucky Childrens Home Society advises the newspapers that there is a womon in the field colleti- ng funds pretendingly for the Home He says the woman is a fraud and should be given nothing intended for the Home II tltltl When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready for you The spring ftyles we are showing in newI and young mens suits will app the moft critical and exacting dresser It will pay you to see the excellent range of fiyles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glance Ithroughyou 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 teed and well sdeedinucli care gvento the cutting and making the fit and finish r will stand the closest scrutiny We I honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youll agree with us once you see them Heavy Rains The heavy rains Sunday night and Monday caused the highest waters for years on the creeks and put Red river over the bottoms which has destroyed crops to tho extent of thousands of dollars Hill land has been washed considerably and crops there damageda great deal The high waters in Olark county has also caused great damage to buildings and growing crops Declines to Run Since the question of Congres signal candidates has been dis cussed John SI Stevenson and A Floyd Byrd of Winchester have each been urged to make the race Mr Stevenson declines to run but Mr Byrd says if his people want him to run he will make the race Langley would be easy picking for such a man- us Mr Byrd Scools Begin Mostof the schools of the coun ty began Tuesday morning Monday being the Fourth mla legal holiday the teachers will not be allowed this day as taught Oct 12 will be a new holiday for the public schools this year the lust Legislature having made this a law Traveling men tell us that business is very dull and collections never poorer The outlook for fu ture business they say igdiscour x ngt r For Sale My household and kitchen fur niture such as beds dressers washstand dining table and chaIrs cooking ptove two heaters kitchen cabinet carpets and etc Anyone desiring anything in this line Iwill take pleasure in showing them Will find me at Red River HotelMrs Robert W Russell 1 SHIMFESSELSI r u kit Banks Called on Fvery bankjoth national and State wfls call don at the same time this mont for a statement of its conditions The Comptroller of the Currency and the bank supdf ntendenl e of every State in the union had an agreement by which the Sta ea should call for statements fbr the condition of State banksat the same time that the cal1J vas made forth national bankfi This is the first time that the calls were everyiii made all at be same time The purpose is ftS get an accurate statement ofjtthe condition of the banks of the whole country on a partIcular day Teachers Selected The City ftjjjunoil met in regu lar session night The reg ular routineef business was gone through wit and then the selec tion of teacq rs taken up which resulted as iollws Miss Ber nice Clark otSII Sterling Prin cipal F PwVacy 1st assistant and Mrs Mildred Mountz 2nd assistant The salaries were fix edat 7500 4500 and 4000 per month respectively The school will begin Monday Au gust 1st m AI Tha Beak Statemen- tPromptlyfresponding to the unexpected caU of the Comp troller of t jOurreney the Clay City National Bank this week i 1itiopaironsLport This bank is one of the most sol id institutions of its kind in east ern Kentucky A now Democratic paper to be known as the Sentinel will be started at Jackson August 1st It will be backed by a stock com pany of 5000 capital L T Hovermale the brilliant Eastern Kentucky writer will be editor When we give to an object of charity we may be giving it to a man to buy liquor with instead of to buy meat and bread wi thoBetter know whom we are giving to before we put withour loose change Patrick Henry has recently bees commissioned as Notary Public for Powell county and is now prepared to execute official phperH that comes Under the jurisdiction of that jfflce Whooping cough is at the Or phans Home and one of the little Patrick boys an inmate died Friday night Burial with its parents of Pompeii Mr and Mrs A R Mauppin- of Jackson are visiting Mr Maup pins parents Mr and Mrs J P Mauppin The damage to the Methodist church recently incurred by lightning is being repaired by Mountz Bros 0 Judge T J Fletcher is visiting his sister Mrs Ann Er Barnett- at Winchester Dr Martin reports the birthof a girl to Mr and Mrs John Max well July 1st Miss Grace Shimfessel visited Miss Viola Courtney at Winchester Tuesday Miss Carrie Belle McPherson of Winchester is visiting friends in the city ni 24 Ia 1 A Prosperous lusurance Company Additional securities which are required by law as the business of the company increases have been filed with Insurance Com missioner Bell at Frankfort by the Citizens National Life In surance Company of Louisville The total amount of this compa pany now on deposit with the State for the protection of its policyholders amounts to over a million dollars Virden 0 C Curtis was at Pine Rrdge Saturday on business C C Curtis made a business trip to Winchester Tuesday We are having plenty of rain and corn and weeds are growing Wm Patton who has been in Ill inois for some time has retusnei homeMr and Mrs Charlie Ware and Master Jim Tom of Lexington are visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs T B Ware this week The hunters broke camp here Fridayand returned to their homes in Bourbon county They said they had a good time hunting and fishing E B Clemons and Miss Grace Ware were married June 22ndat the brides home at three oclock in the presence of a large crowd Rev M P Lowry officiated Im mediately afterjtho ceremony the happy couple1eftQn the afternoon train for a bridal trip at Chattanooga Tenn Mr Clemons Is 4 son of C C Clemons and is highly PS teemed The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs T B Ware and is a fine young lady and has many friends who wish them a happy and prosperous life They will make their future home in Lexington where Mr Clemons has a good position with the C S R R Co as car repairer H D Sharp and Miss Sudie Curtis were married June 29th at the brides hume at 3 oclock Rev M P Lowry ofllciating Immediately after the ceremony the couple left on the afternoon train for the grooms home in Scott county Willie Curtis was best man and Miss Carrie Curtis brides maid The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Curtis and is a lovable young lady and is possessed with many graces and has many friends who wish her a happy yen ture Mr Sharp is a high toned gentleman and a farmer among the best in Scott county Those who attended the wedding from a dis tance were Messrs Walker Buck ner Martin Talbert Ben Wood ford Coll Parvin all of Paris John Vanpelt of Boonesborough and Mrs J D Groves of Winchester Spectacles Lost Pair sttel frame spectacles in heavy cardboard case Lost Some where in Clay City Friday June 17 Please return to this office It will beTto your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits ndodd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This euson8 styles are unusually pretty inlwecan show you all the new col = ors and cuts and at prices that will nterestyou Hardwick Co- Stanton t c 0 tI7 I Save the Screech Owl It is not generally known that the screech owl is the sworn enemy of the English sparrow and for that reason should lie protected as it is constantly at war with the pestiferous sparrow We have noticed several Violent deaths in the owl family of late and are consequently moved to these remarks Of all the birds of the air and beasts of the field the sparrow does most damage to the fruit and props and his extermination is a consummation to be devoutly desired The owl works overtime on the sparrows trailand should be aided instead of hindered in his praiseworthy appetite Therefore keep hands off and let him alone May he not grow weary in well doing Jessamine News Medical Association Meets The Kentucky Valley Medical Association held their semiannual meeting at Torrent lust week This Association of doc tors was organized something nearly twenty years ago and hts met since then twice a year At different places in its territory but at the meeting last week the time of meeting was permanently fixed but once a year that time in June and Torrent was a greed upon as permanent meet ing place The doctors of this city are members of this Asso ciation tThe Picnic The heavy rains on the morn ing of the Fourth and high vat ers caused a very light crowd to attend the picnic here Monday which as a consequence was a complete failure A good deal of drinking however was indulged in by many Halfblind Bill Day played his fiddle while a little girl sang and begged mon ey He got a neat little sum and then proceeded to the saloon anti I a little later had to be put into the lockup For Sale Seven room house and five lots n west end oLtown Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds For Sale Privately Lot of household furniture in cluding mattresses carpets tables chairs and etc Also line of Millineryconsisting Hats Flowers Ribbons and a small line of notions at a great sacrifice as I am leaving the cityThe Central Hotel is for rent partly furnished Good t opportunity for right party Nice t trade established Apply to Mrs W N Bush at the hotel 1 Clay CityI KyI11tHV THE TIMES I PUBLISHED EVERY TI1UKSUAY J E burgher 1ublisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 7 1910 Republican Fallacy The Republican party can lay no claim of fulfilling its pledges to the people in the recent ad mission of Arizona and New Mexico as States Each of them could have become states years iuo by going Repuhlican A bill was passed two years ago to ad mit these territories but the two were to be unreasonablyjoiued together and this kind of state hood did not suit the territories- At the same time it will be re membered that Indian Territory and Oklahoma were joined to gether for statehood for no other reason than than that these ter ritories like New Nexicound Ar izona were Democratic and would give congress four more Democratic Senators insteadof two Oklahoma took her medi clue however so eager wins she to become a State The question now is why did congress ever let Arizona and New Mexico Democratic states come it When the truth is un derstood it is easy to see Ari zona went Republican for the first time last time fall and the hope of its going that way again made it easy to get into the Union as a state But did it vote Republican just to get statehood thereby putting up a job oh the Republican party or was it from real principle Its believed that from this no the state will he as the territory was always before last year almost solid Democratic Lest We Forget John Langley is a mountain man and it does seem that he would have some claim on the mountain voter for that ifno other reason But lets see how he regards his highland brothers intellect In Powell county at least during his campaign two years ago posters were tacked up most everywhere it was con venient reading similar to this Vote for Langley for Congress ho will get the Government to build turnpikes in this district preferably in the mountain coun ties Mr Langley know the Government could not do this and it ws the motive to try and fool the voters of this county who hr thought were ignorant enough to believ such an unreasonable as sertion We may be ignorant in Powell but not this ignorant and we will snow Mr Langley this time that we have some re sentment by giving something like 200 majority against him theThe Memphis Herald is in trou ble A recent issue of that pit per was suppressed by the post office department because it con tained a cartoon dealing with the Insurgent and Standpat Republicans Every effort will be made to save the day and it seems the government is hitting the newspapers first There was nothing wrong with the paper but its politics which was Demo cratic Several papers in Iowa have been withheld from the mails because they continued to send papers to subscribers who are mor than one year in arc rears The enforcement of this law may be all right ifindiscrim inatelyapplied but when it comes to applying it to Insur gent Republican and Democratic papers only if this be the inten tion we think that is a little too much politics uscoinsMuch up overtime railroad bill and many wants to know what it does The railroad bill Creates new offices of course every Republican bill does that This measure provides for anew court with five judges to have especial juris diction of appeals made by rai roads from rulings of the Inter state Commerce Commission In four years only twentysix such cases have arisen hit that d tnt matter new offices for Repiil licans is what is wanted Here is a fat berth for five Republican corporation lawyersits the usual perquisite attached to every Republican measure The ever loyal Washington II aw syoFIiNEW Spring and Sum sale Nowmer styles on If anything little lit smarter t and more exclusive than usual The hincZyou see on Paris boulevardsFifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman f couleeI possibly want at any time Hadwtck and Ctipipany I STANTON KENTUCKY e- lI Star says bf President Tnfts intention of speaking in the middy West inOctoBer Republican should welcorujit and Democrat should take Vbinto their calculations The efect of previoui Tuft iilakes it certain that Democrats will velcom them If t118Ire wis they will take them into their calculations The Repubiifan party is com posed of three classes One has to have the then and there time second holds on expecting to get it when the first class get through thotthird class is kept under subjection by being foolei nil the time by the first two classes There are some funny peopli in this world TlieyIlmob a neI gro for beating up a white mar and next day travel a thousand milesjand pay 25 00 tc see a negro s same thing over and give him a purse of 75000 00 fordojag it Both Senator Lorimer and the Illinois Bribetaker White were formerly conductors It is pos sible they first knocked down a tow fares before dallying with the Senatorialtribo Cohgress is asked to spend 250000 to prepare for a revisioni of tariff that so long as Republican Congress pontively will not overlook The paper tlfar calls Roosevelt a press agehtoshould read the news Why man hes time whole show itsglfl A man thaw will box with a Negro dtservesuo1pibwhen the1 Negro Mr Taft ought fco be a friend of the railroads Nobody rides moro than he does ICD Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there id at least one dreaded disease that science has been aole to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hihft Catarrh Cure is theonly positive cure now known to thq medical fraternity Catarrh being a can titutional disease requires a con tkutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act in directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces qf the system thereby destroying the foundation or the disease and giving tie pa lent strength by building ii the constitution und assisting nature ii oiig itswork The proprietors iuve so muuh in its curative pow mrs that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to pure Send for list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY R CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Jr Bells AntisepucSaive Good for all SklruDiseases LH I 4N M MN Y4 J j Fruit and ornamental I TREES Jterythlnl fur ORCHARD iLAWNi I Wd GARDEN J ONE 171LLIOM Strtwtecw Plants 3 Free Catalogue No Agents I iff f HUlenmeyer cF Sons LEXINGTONr ICY ltfl i ORT OPT d CONDiTION r OF THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in the state of Kentucky at the close of business Juno 80 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 101000 15 Overdrafts secured and un 4258 88 USBondS to secure circuln 50000 00 Premiums on U S Honda GOO 00 Bonds securities etc 1504000- Bankinghouse furniture and 10 fixtures j 3i5 007 Other real estate owned 140103 Due front Natl Banks not reserve agents 40 22 Due from approved reserve ngents 8158 91 Notes of othe Katl Banks ICO 00 Fractional paper curreiicy nickels and cents s 8 98 LAWFUL JIOXFY ItESKllVE IN BASK VIZ Specie 1518485J Legal tender notes 01000- 6C0485 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5S of cirln 2500 00 Total 18773102 LIABILITIES s Capital stock paid n5000000Sur- plusfund 080000 Undivided profits Iqss expenses and taxes paid 3085 P3 Natl bank notes outstanding 401CD 00 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 18 17 Due to approved Reserve Agents 4543 Dividends unpaid 1500 00 Individual deposits subject to checkV 7148175 Cashiers checks outstanding 13210 Notes and bills rediscounted 5103 64 Total 187731 02 KESTUOKYlssCOUNTY I A T Witt Cashier of the a bore named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A T AVhltt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July 1910 P Henry Notary Public My Commission expires at the end of the next regular session oftho senate COBKECT sAttest B R Smith JnofD Atkinson MH Courtney USE HOPE Directors I VA Yeawithout aiSummer 1oAv Every nosy and then somedis = discovers that our winter and summer seasons are not what they used to be that the the mometer nowadays is prone to capricious reverses and that as the rustic poet sings December conies in Tune pecemberThose of tile oldtime summer should look up the records of the year 1810 and note what happened then 1810 was called the year without a summer y There was a froast ever month of the year January und February were mild Marph was blustering and raw at the end of April snow fell abundantly and the brooks were ice imprisoned as in winter In May the wondering buds and young pints were nipped ere they were aware and the corn was an nihilated by an ice sheet that formed to the thickness of half an inch In June snow fell three inches deep in New York and Massachusetts and the destruct ion of growing things begun in May was disastrously completed On the fifth of July ice as thick as window glass wail a common phenomenon in Pennsylvania and in August there was ice half an inch thick Pennsylvania farmers were compelled to pay 4 00 and 5 00 a bushel for corn for the next springs planting Winter seemed to set in during the latter fortnight ofSeptember from that time forward ice anti snow were at no time lucking Philadelphia Ledger Call and see our line of ladies and Misses Queen Qualityand Boston Favorite low cut shoes in the one and two strupned pumps 1 lace oxfords and all thenewoBt styles and leathers Wehave the most complete stock everbro to PpwelljCbunty IlardwickiCd Stanton MILLS i FLOUR qY 1 TheGift of Liberty came with the signing of the Dec r laration of Independence July 4th jJYouthe bondage of a poor and unsotis fying flour Celebrate the coming i4th of July by declaring yourfree 1 dom and independence I Give the A Hope mills flour a trial and taste the blessings of liberty in the i good bread it makesaj Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles ly t OAKLAND PIANOS IH j Ourfllm the production of a popular uptodate moderate price acing that of tone worth value and durability heretofore not found In pianos selling at comparative prices The officers of the Co are practical men whoso lifelong experience In the and marketing of is concentrated in the devel opment of tho e essential quallty features that attract the careful buyer Our policy It to one t1of caw and one grade of piano thtrcbr Increasing our the COlt of production nallty nth It1and ptut ImpoaelbletoobanlCtberd- woutt rlfd lid mot uiti t Inthe worldhhavjnvtAne of SOOO pllll08l11nu- allInonequIIIIlnthucalelnlblfeneraJ j- C I bo ttjrle workmanJJlPftnd durability wecfaOakland piano 3ual at trr1wrJedilecthit your dealer dont handle the to uq for catalogue and Special Introductory price OAKLAND PIANO CO malls Stolnwoy Hall Chicago III a o1o oJo + + Ulo + oI + loIr+ + H M+r aEia b + + + H INSURE VITH t ++ + F A LYON SON + Dhc end1nXnH1uu lCO e outs+ + otEP 1 91 t + + CO i Over zoo oOOoot + 1 Jr Re reseintedss i 1 oI v J+ + Every one whoknbws i about nR uriukeknbw 1 f a i hAVRrA ieadcFeIli hl llpeaYM rt YrloJo ++ + JI+ ++ ILLS + ++++4rF ++++ MY++ ISi+ + J vf f 9- r r TJ Et TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER TiriJKSDAY July 7 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES Tnulbee MO nareturned front Maben W Va J Eo ORear was in Hazel Green last week WJGr Berry of West Bend and brotherinlaw 00 Kim vbrell of Winchester were Tues dayr Wm Smith of Dundee and George Holt of Campton Junc tion visited relatives in the city the first of the week All Skin Diseases I Yield readily to treatment with Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve We guar antee it 25e a box Sold everywhere Dillard Stone of Estill coun ty was fined 60 Ofrin the Police Court Monday for furnishingtwo fir boys with liquor on that day J6lm H Derickson who has steady employment with the 0 ohio Valley Tie Company is tspending the week with his fam i ily The L d E ran ah excursion it to Lexington Sunday afternoon iftoafford an opportunity for those desiring to attend the big ball game there Chronic Sore Eyes Are easily cured with Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It is painless and harmless and guaranteed 25c a box Sold everywhere After being closed down for Vseyeral months the Standard SpokeCompany has started up I their factory with material sufficient to last them quite a while Our spring and summer line of j low cut WalkOvei shoes fpr y men and boys is ready for your inspections Call and see them Hardwick d Co Stanton r The Madisonville Board of School Trustees has passed a good resolution It prohibits teachers from attending dances and card parties so long as they are em ployed as teachers by the Board Summer Colds I a are harder to relieve than winter ones but they yield just us readily to treatment with Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Sold everywhere r Look for the Bell on the Bottle I JTle high waters in Red River J this week have been the highest in this streak fdr the year past 1 and the highest during crop sea son for twentyeight years j t Old Ulcers Are unsightly and dangerous Dr t Bells Antiseptic Salvo will heal them promptly It is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box Sold everywhere The Harrodrburg City Council has ardgredall vagrants arrested and brought the Oity Po lice Judge who is directed to send all those without employ menlito the citywork house to beat rock or to the wheat fields a of thet county I rWorH34Hol T8 a pay The busiest little things ever made are Kr Kings New1 Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule pf health hit changes tj k strength tart gloriri t jlto energy ibiaintjiag ip q nierital rIi power curing Constipation heath ache CbillMa1ar a 25o at i Swann Day Lumber jCbn storey l 11 J I J Two In One Dr Bells CntiPain is both an in ternal and external remedy It is an antiseptic remedy and destroys disease germs Sold everywhere- on a positive guarantee If you say something discourteous about a citizen in the newspaper he declares he paper circulates through ten states but the same man seldom believes in advertising for he says people do not read the napers anyway I A Pain Remedy Both internal and external is need familyKeepPain Good for all kindsoff bowel troubles Externally for cute burns sprains ahd all pains Stronly antiseptic Sold everywhere One of our North Dakota ex change tells the following A man canceled his subscription to the paper by refusing it at the postofiice and left the country owing the editor over 3 Recent ly the scribe was greatly astound ed to receive a letter from the delinquent in which was enclosed the amount of his debt He said he had been converted at a revival meeting and felt in duty bound to pay the bill The edit or is under the impression that his old subscriber got the right brand of religion Napoleons Grit was oFTlie unconquerable never saydin kind the kind that you need most when you have H bad coldcough or lung disease Sup pose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kiqge New Disco vel y Satis faction guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has savedthousaridsbr hopeless sullen ers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever andwhoopitlgcough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 50c und 1 Trial bottle frte at SwannDay Lumber Con store v Our epring goods are now on Our stock is larger than ever be fore We believe we can supply your wants better and besidesgive you more for your money than any one ese In the county If we are correct in our belief it is to your interest to deal with us Come and look through andsee what you think about it r Hardwick R CoStanton IINIOM LAWN FENCE Costa very little PTOTCII very satlo fectory tor lawnII door yards iwr dens e woke fencing fur Jatvn ioultryWrlNc cODeIGttb lUrKuisgs City Met LJ 11 A Cough A Cold And then telling what unless you use D Bells PineTarHpney It is tli1 best ask your neighbor Look forAthe Bell on the Bottle Sold everywhere A fev mars ago while walking over a small plat of grass near Soput Spring thqjwriter noticed some extra tall timothy and pulled a few of the l longs looking stem and brought it to oUr office and hung it lip aai sample of what this country could produce The grass was just five feet This week Mr John SY Henry sends a few straws of timothy that goes our grass one half inchbetter being five feet and one half inch lone Another lesson of what can be done in this country when the proper effort is made 1 A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause outs bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklen Arnica Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and burnsIchapped hands and lips sore eyes or cornsrts supreme Surest pile cure 256 at SwannDay Lumber Cos store- Bourbon 4 county will furnish this season over 5000 head of ex port cattle shipments to begin early next month The highest price realized in many years was received by W A Thomason of North niddletown who sold to Henry S Gag wood fiftyfour head of 1500pound cattle for deliv ery 5 at 7i cents per pound The market is unusually active and buyers are correspondingly busy y Those Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste geodWhats changed The pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame tho food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels try them Theyll restore your b vhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your b dy with new health strength and vigor 50o at SwannDay Lumber Cosstore wI wI M 12 I73 fi CAPITAL SURPLUBANDUN STOCK 81OOOOO 1 IMvn ED PROFITS 100000 T tWINOHES l3R BANK OP WlNOllBTBH KV NIIorrY yVzTuansvoox PUES W E SPHAR OABIIIKR YOUR A4J0UNTS SOLICITED f t+ + ++ + + + + + + + JPlflAUPPIN i Watchmaker i Jeweler iI Kinds of Watch and Clock JAil ng oa Short Notice and lJleTerms SATISFACTION t QUARAISTTBED Une of Jewelry Spectacles i Call Mid aee me In the Red t Rlyerjlote Building i CLAY tITy KENTUCKY ito ++ t rs J ki 1 Senator Lori mef has satisfied himself that everything is all right about buying that Senato al seat It only remains now to BOmeuooooOOOAmericallslaround rn S Every Body Satisfied Who has tried Dr Bells PineTar Honey for coughs coM grip or any throat or bronchial trouble Get a bottle today Look for the Bellon the Bottle n u Fads for Weak Women I Ninetenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis ease of the brgans distinctly feminine Such sickness can be curedis cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well- It acts directly on the organs nffected end is at the same time a general restora tive tonio for the whole system It cures female complaint right in the privacy- of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations and- local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors and so abhorrent to every modest womanaWe shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the Peoples Com mon Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages newly revised and uptodate Edition sent free on receipt of 21one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only or in cloth binding for stampsAddress R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best Double and Single Shovel PLOWSa- nd 4 everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky j M H COUKTNKV Pres A T WUITT Cashier t1ti j Tim j CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 1 j CLAY CITY 0 KENTUKCYIC- apital j Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars J Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits J 1 0One Dollar will start an account in our Savings DepartmentJ WilY NOT START ONE TODAY IJ B 1i Wa SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as t ho standard poultry remedy of the world It Is the ono remedy that can be depended on with absolute certainty to euro and present GnpuH CholcrltRoupLlmberncck Diarrhoea of poultry dis eases A few drops In the tlrlnklni water Ittejis fowiahokUby and freo tram dlsoa o ASobotllnfulcesJiialuinHcr medicine For the treatment of Blackhead ned other diseases In turoys Borbon Poultry CueHAS NO EQUAL Mrs WWR JttonH ipWa 1 says t I PI KyirfLiyehave been t Uinf chlckenl for aearl fifty eoll and Irsltdbundrrds ol chickens tee ftorn gapes Boiuboa Foultrr Cure It the most suslactotytcmedy I by giving them Ikniibon Poultry Cure I nod Ibivaereriuedloi Cholera and Capet J it a star yore lot Cholera ud tlmberoeck Mangy a4 Bourbon Reredy CoIOCDrporll Ri U S A I At All Load DruoBl t SOc per Bottle Trial Vlttl Free Sot iySwannD iy Lbr Co Hardwick Co tctlYlty Stanton h kr Women Who Suffer Dr Miles AntiPain Pills arc the best pain remedy on earth Mother and I have used them for the past seven years MISS ORLEANA SCHENKEEnid Pain is simply nerve disturbance Derangements in any part of the body irritate the nerves centered there Dr Miles AntiPain Pills stop pain and misery because they allay this irritatiqn Women find great 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tnJk turned out to be thundering in the indexus the foregoing to tals showI I have heretofore stated in the House and out of it that Sen ator Aldrichsaid a good businessman can run the government just as well as it is run for 300 000000 per annum less than it now costs The Prisedent himself fixed the amount which could be saved every year 100 000000 Other Republican big- wigsj notably Senator Darter of Montana Senator Hale of Maine I chairman of the Senate Appro priations committee and Hon James A Tawney chairman of the House Appropriations com mittee have talked economy theirleconomy and that they actually increalTed the appropriations instead of re ducing them As they have large majorities in both Houses of Congress and could do as they pleased one or two things is true 1 They do not desire to economize or 2 lhey are utterly in nmpeUiit But how can P esi Itnt Tuft expect Congress to economize when he sets the example of ex travagance not only by using up the 25000 annual allowance 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information which has leaked out also mule otrennous endeavors to have Roosevelt pay his respect at the White House but T R balked Now comes Representative Butler AHles of Massachusetts Republican insurgent with the statement that the political ma chine of Senator Lodge of that statetis backedby all the large corporations all the state and patronage at his command and is used to advance the selfish financial schemes of the large railraads bunking und manufac turing interests he serves in the halls of Congress This is hardly news to w BiiifnJmed men in WashirigtfHi Lodge is tine of the Aldrich group ever ready to increase the tariff and serve the corporate interests He stated in the Senate one day that the ultimate consumer is a myth I Protectionists as art that high tanll rates protect American workingmen What is meant by the word protect TIIN steel industry is one of the most highly protected ijidtistries iij the United States The high rates on steel products have protected the 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