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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 14, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 cla1910071401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 14, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y i i II A f rt 1 r t fll i cLATY f ITY 0 TIME S i i i IJL 4J So 4 50 Cents a relit la Advance We are titre to http CI yHiJl nrtOBJiWji Country id Ourselves ii lie Burgher Publisher I VOL XP CLAY CITY KrI 1tsbAY JULY 14J910 NO 28 1 4 4ir h Bridge totiHSct That Powell and Olark coun will snobbti conriected by bridge iS ritiw ho longer a doubt since the cdritract lidd been signed up by the authorities of both counties The Oregon1 ia Bridgi Company df Lebahofa Ohio has the contract to build the bridge for 1600The bridge will bi f bn edlid concrete pillars will be a one hundred foot span and have a capacity of 100 pouhd per squarb foot Work willl bb I gin ori the abuthlentS within thirty ddydand the bridge must be cdmpleted by October 15th This bridge ie rieeded worse titan any other point in the coUnty ho cdst the county more ihan400Tlie law iJrdvidE that each county shall pay for bounty link bridges according to the number bf vdterfl in h county x tjrt Teleposi The teleppst Is a new method ot telegraphy that can transmit 100 words a rnlnilte over this wire uS ing teiepfatitii ttires Without brfek bigthe cpnvgrsatitm that rhftyb gongs on rliieaalL dotfe li r7t bjnethatperfdrit perforated fur tise eh pianopll fand this paper ia run through the telepdst insirufflleat at any Spited delivering the taeteige oh V ina v ether odd Tlw sej- 2i i rte iJ1ig Which Bceofini tOt the recent offer of ttieWIster Union to1 Send ttessagse of fifty s yrdefdf 25 cents to any polar for Delivery neat Bay by posiofhce This new machine will dti a j- With the bidtime telegrapher It will dispkce tens of thousands 8t keyrflen and will deliver the riitS sage as accurately its it is wrilteh at the point of sending IIII Whenyouai Ready for your Spririg SUit vie are ready for you The hew spring flylei we are showing in mens I and young men suits will appeal tq the moft critical and exatririg dresser It will pay you to see the excellent G range df AyleJ patte its and olors we are shdwing We have clduYiHg that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glance tHrough you will appreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit Ddfirlish We aresl wl a ricild line of Mens Spring SulU The fabrics were tested andwell s IeCledrndehcare given to the cut ting and making the fit and fraJsK will atarid the closest scrutiny We honctfy believe them the finest gar menu in the State and youll agree with us once you See them M Fife MarsnaiB Repdrl ofFireState wHofie duty it was to cooperate with local bfflbers in fiiri nirig down fire bugs ahd prose cutirig t ri1and td keep A rec ord bf fires iri each county the cause bf same 4hd etc The Fire Marshal must make ii yearly report tb thb insiirance Commis sioner This report this year shows ij72 fires duringlllOO tfith a loss of 2400ifel27j which was ft fiiight decrease1 bver the year b fdfe Sevetify bf these fires wbre ol incendiary dHgin 825 were caused by detective flues i2 from oil arid sollri- estoves117 froth the careless use ofmatchesPowell county reported but One fire with a toat 1200 and insurance of 9 The Sheriff anti Police ae required by law to t POrt every fire in tibunty arid city respectively EiitererUlng Merchants HaHwicKt and Co the enterprising Arid uptodate Stanton mer chahla are running a cutprice saleSee t 1eiiail in this issued visit their store THeprbi ipfUliffpf 1J store R iisinenand y like all olhef modern business men ibfjr find printers ink prbfitabto and in fact e8pene ble for a sue ceeifel iausinesgcartter We kiiBw It w lay you to visit tbia lFr1tW1JMe My household a8d tifeihen fiir rllt ire stich as bedgj dresses wHshstand dining table arid chars booking stove two heaters kitchen cdbinet carpota arid etc Ally HHe deiiridg afayththg in this line IwUl take pleasure iii showing therii Will find me at Red Rivet HotelMrs Robert W Rilssell SHU1MLJI w 1 I O jl A Orask Rt b tuglit into our oflicd Mohd fling as sample of clbvbci t 4thy jf unusoal l dghf et Was four feet and 8 inbllcwhile the tim otli was f1 J and eight inch esldng es was tak en front it THtStIgr six acres all df which It is on white oak l tl to its prededt hrgflltof fertility bV rowiiigp i ae first cutting them and tii Under the sec budcrtip iMJine having better specimens cIt Ter and timothy bring thehj Such farming as this biU is llUk kind to bring Powell cotflltyw thb front A crop of deal r d clover make land bottbt taiiithe time and a large crop dt s and clover by far excel Qr crop of corn and id muclfjBEller td grow am harvests 4lidrakos the landowner h Withdut Impoverishing hi JtbolIJi See ndvOt I itentdt ltardwiial- dnd Cpttipatly- Whffe Js titdpt on tied River Which qdnatltUUs byJar the great er portion of tfie of Powdl county are uegtyeompletol drowned out j reports come frdjn the neighboring stated of Ohio dud that the pasttires e von are co clied that thee could ttei ilprpsdpup atn Lcropi arc thtlt ey4 n f- oldlfi La 1 ir 41kdet Rbpl who held a re- kponslhl possitiun tnthe Fidelity Trust Go of LfjBvillo has b6ei arrested tihargedwrth raalriiii false entries arid bonVelrting the banks fun kto Ilis own use He ivas considered ail Expert banke rind Was about td be promoted tc a much Higher position in an other bank oft at city ijostP Small memorandum book between Spout Spring and Clay City Ma Vaughns Mill or be tween Fred Wares stdre on Hard wicks creek and Clay City Leuvi at the Tided office br return to P D Hudson Winchester Ky and receive reward Everett hanks arid Misd Sent Byrnil both prominent yoitngpeo- pie bf powell cdtlrity were mar rid at the Cdurthduse yestere morning Judge McOdrmick per drniing thecererhdnyMtSter idg Gazette Ed Adams and Miss Rissa Smeth irs both of this city were married Wednesday evening July 13 at the esidence of Mrs Susie Smethtrs toe mother of the bride Elder Al beet Easter officiating Nothing is gHined by knbck ing your competitor The blows return as boomerangs upori ySrlT t1wn head Miss Lucy Belle Logan of Ohm iartebUrg Shelby county is visiting her cousin MrsR A Irvin Sr Editor Sam Hurst of the Beatty jlle EijterpHfie gkve our office a pleadant call this morning K MaSsie of Lexingtdn was- har Tuesday interested id the lignland Orphanage LostStore d r kevKindly feturh to this offlceV illf h 1 I l if 4y1 Kentutkiahs MvefywHere It is said that there are more I Kentunkidna tif the bid Cbtritrioti is other St ttes than Iu rt iirein it There is brptlierly Mel ing between them wherever they gd At Wichita Falls TeHi there has recently been orgdiiiz ed a Kentucky Olub the members of which are natives of tin Bluegrass state Notwi hstand ing the fact that the whole membership now ndmberiilg 6 ver 65 of the m l1t prominent bus men in this sectidh of Northwest Texas is familiar will Kentuckys chief product the emblem of the brgariizatidri is a sheathed corkscrew and its mot to Asa sword rti in Ita scabbord is an evidence of peace sd the sheathed corkscrews is ical of an civiliza tion At a recent meetingof- the dull an effort was mails to adopt a resolution requiring every member to have TBapocket sewed up bat O con formerly of Bourbon county and who is now the pbstmaste1 ofCth best built and bush t city in Texas strenuously ond rtiecessfully opposed ptib jh the gfotind that he had a sup f greenhick y fromAriderion county and ttlit if the resolution carried ht V no e to toteI his chewing tobacco Among these Kentuckians wt find JR H Suteir a former bapi talipt of Frankfort who foreman of the grand jury which in dieted owcrs for compile sty in the murder df GloveriflS Ggebel o H4 Itft I lWbiierdonveyipg tkoi dy lit Bevenmbntbsold ondf C W Sale a prominent farmer of Millers Creek from the hbraoto M Tabor cemetery and in attempt jto cross Black water inMtllcrs creek from Lock No 12 in the ferry boat the bbat was pushed out from thu shore before the wagon got in the team of mules were pulled Into the creek and drowned The wagon bed containing the corpse and several floated off and a small daughter of Mr Sale came near drowning EU Sorivner who owned theihulosnnd was driving them became entangled in the lines and was drown ed A boat was secured and the corpse and the people in the b6at were rescued after great difficulty State Income short At the end of the fiscal year June 30 the total receipts of the Slate Treasurer show 181000 Ima than in 1909 This showing caus ed a surprise amting State blllciale ie wad expected there would bean Increse as the dssKssmen find hen raised by the Hoard tif Equal ization and revenue agents had been Uritisdolly active during the yean M A Phillips and Son have iharge of the li noh stand at Natural Bridge add visitors there tills shramer may be assur edof being well served dt meal time When you go to the bridge you need not bother abdut taking a lunch as you fbrriierly liad to do bad big Montgomery CJolinty Fair at Mt Sterling ib being extensively advertised The lIr- will be held July l6 0 21j 8 add 23 Spectacles Lost PaifsUel frame spectables in eavy cardbdard case Lost Some there In Oldy City Fridays June 17 Please returlt to this office 1 Big Dividends bri Watered Stock Last year the capital stock of the Wells Fargo Express Company was increased from 8000 000 to 24000000 The dividend rate Has not been affected there by It was 10 per cent before the increase ahd is 10 per cent now The company could have paid 80 per cent on the old capitalization but it would not have looked well to do so A 80 percent dividend would have been too eloquent of exorbitant char gee It would have made it im possible td plead poverty when asked to plead lower rates ThiB exp esa company can pay Id per Gent on its trebled volume of capital stock because like the other companies it is able to Charge all it thinks the traffic will bear It has been in their power to do this because Congress would not establish a domestic post creating competition which would have forced down the un ifThwould be profitrble with much lower rates never should have been surrendered by the railroad ItsIbss has weakened them j and has forced them to charge higher rates on other commodi P ties Whether they can recover what they have lost is question able HVeltgdintefesfei are ten = acldusHfer a4 thin express- companies d 1ttl sill Stay 1- f e Y il their Jfttes but Congress can a r it mote effectively and speedily through the parcels post the Town fllrror mile time has gone by whet tHe publisher of any newspaper even of the humblest country weekly goes around asking support out of personal friendship But the public ought to real ize just the same that the prdif perity and progess of its town itf judged by outsiders by the kind of newspaper product that is sent out to represent it A town with poorly printed illwritten and generally slovenly newspapers is universally judged to be on the toboggan yA town with enterprising Idokitig sheets gives an impression that there is enterprise in the town that creates the good looking journalWhen a man pays down his dollar for a subscription to his home piper dt fdr advertising in its columns he is at the same time advertising his home town bo the outlying country and neighboring cities The more a newspapers subscription ahd advertising increas- ts the more features the pub taper can add the faster he can improve his mechanism equip vent the more neatly can he some to realizing his ideals of lewspappr making The late census of KentUbky shows that negro pbpUlatibh hda decreased ih the past tenyehis M Por Sale Seven fdbm house and five lots it west end of town Apply to N 0 Walters Irvine Ky Qr BellsPineaTarHotsy lie C ucbs and Colds r THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E burgher Publisher J Subscription Rates 50 Cents peryear ID ad 4 vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass iriaU matter i Thursday July 14 1910 Another Scandal Scandal The Ballinger busi ness was bad but wait until the facts come out in the investiga tion of the disposition of the friars lands in the Phillipines to friends of the administration in utter defiance of the law that was designed to hold the lands and dispose of them in small parcels to the people of the is lands Youll see how close the graft comes to Taftas colso as secretaryCongressman facts and a shameful shameless story they make And QUQ reader of the Times note one thing as a sign of the times The great graft is in land Get hold of the land wherever you can is the purpose of the big interests Get it far and away ahead of population then population will come and pay to live and work on it and the more they pay and work the more valuable they make the land to the holders Love we are told is strongs than death and we Tfelieve itLove is stronger even than pover ty But that love must be a more wholehearted love than the world at large now knows People will do nothing by loving the poor so long as they love the nolitical and economic instita e leve in privilege o not lodd the poor People who support tariffs and landlordism do not love the poor No one can love the poor so well as to wish to continue the manufacture of the poor If one thinks he does he only loves himself and finds in pity for the poor that secret satisfaction in the misfortunes of others which La Rochefoucauld defines as the essence of that virtue The paper mills of this tariff protected government are com plaining of a shortage of stock and the government believes much in the conservation of our forests If these pressors of the poor and helpless believed their own falsehoods they would remove the tariff on paper and let Canada supply us with paper its long as we wish at half the price of the mills of this country This would save our timber and give us an abundant supply too This is just what neither the pa per trusts nor the government wants The North is always ridiculing the South and Kentucky for oc cuB8ionaly tnpbbing a negro for assault on some white person What ptttuthe North now say TbeuTimehns never yet heard oft a white man being mobbed iii the South because he killed the operator pf a blind tiger whileon du x ae q deteCtJvctor an association of people whoso motive it is to enforce law Heres our sincerest sympathy to the good people of Newark arid thtfState of OhiociI Thjare ji a Republican in Ohio who claims that hisparty is hon est He has been sent to the in sane asylum I This is a funny world anyway you take it One man gets goods under false pretense and goes to the penitentiary while another gets votes under false pretense and goes to Congress and is greatly honored though the lat ter may be in heart a worse man than the former If the campaign in the Eleventh gets much warmer itwjll be proven again that Caleb Powers had the work done for Goobel To this statement some one has remarked if they prove that n gain on Caleb the worldcant beat him- Wonder what John Langley has done with that 10000 bridge he was going to have built across Red river at Vienna by the gov ernment if he was returned to Congress He was returned but the bridge is not built yet And they are talking of Gus Willson for VicePresident of the United States We guess Oalab Powers Jim Howard W S Taylor and Charles Finley will be for him anyway e Thebest way by which Arizona and New Mexico can prove to the world that they are worthy cf- Statehoodis to go Democratic at the first opportunity and con tinue that way If it were to do over againand Ballinger had to be appointed to something Mr Taft would prob ably nominate him for buttonhole inspector at Timbucto What the Colonel is not go ing to do furnishes almost as fine a field of speculation as what he is going to do See advertisement of Hardwick d p lflXWo r SPOUT SPRING Mrs Nannie McKinney of Lexington is visiting relatives here this week Mr and JMrsGeo W Bush of Vauglfns Mill spent Sunday with the family of the latters uncle T S McKinney Miss Jeannette Tipton of Ir vine who began the public school here last weeksis making a splendid on both patrons and pupils and we thus have the promise of another successful school term 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there isat least one dreaded disease that sci ence has been aide to cure in all its stages and that is Caturrh Halts Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to thi medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease required a con stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood arid mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors hivefio much in its curative powr era that they offer One Hundred Dollhrs for any casetbat it Jails 19 cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J C1t KIpgj 1 Toledo Or Sold by all Druggists 75c Tak UWs Family Pills for cgna stipation I- To The flood People of Powell County I am sure that if you knew hoW many little chilQreJlqre- in the Orphans Hpme at Clay City you certainly would helpus feed and clothe them Most of r them 1 are fro t Powell County your own neighbors and the chil dren of your friends There is not a finer lot of children in Kentuceky but they were home less and penniless They have no means of support except the of good people There are between twenty and thirty in the Home entirely dependent upon chari y for daily The Home itself was the of two noble Christian woman in the South and ii is supported al most entirely by people at a dis tance Anything they can eat or wear will he most re ceived and abundantly rewarded by their Surely the good people of Powell County wiljnot let these little ones who represent their Savior on earth suffer for want of food and cloth ingAny gifts may bo sent to Mrs Virginia 0 Staples Clay City Kentucky in charge of the HomeCommissioners Sale I Powell Circuit Court Boll Colt lIhall Box to vs Stanton Canning Co Plaintiffs versus United States Printing Co vs Stnnton Canning Co Defendants Notice of sale in equity By virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Pojvell Circuit Court rendered at tho June term 1910 ttereof in the above cause the under signed will on tho 1st day of August 1910 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being Court Day I will as Commis sioner proceed to offer for sale at Pub lic Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six and twelve months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judg ment to wit A certain lot of land situated near Stanton Kentucky on the south side of the L dz E Railway and adjoining the right of way of same and adjoining the lot of the Stanton College lot and con taining about ono acre of landandcon taming this Canning factory plant and all itul1d fe9MJpnQnta and apurtenancesajtant or sufi- elent thereof to produce so ordered to bo made The purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security for the payment of purchase money to have the force and effect of Rile legtllinterestfromBidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Cornr Powell C C- Dr Bells AntisepticSalveG- ood for all Skin Diseases Ladies Save Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCaUs Magazine and Using McCall Patterns McCWi Mitsui will holp you dress strl ishly at a moderate expense bjr keeping pouedon the latest fashions In clothes and bats CO Now Fashion Designs In each issue Also valuable Information ou all homo and per sonal matters Only toe a year Including a free pattern Subscribe today or send for tree sample cppy McCall Pailwilt euabloyou to make In your l own borne with yourowii bands clotblug for perfectIncents Bend for free 1attorn Catalogue W Will Girt Ya Fine Pmtsti for getting sub scriptions among your friends Send for free Premium Catalogue ani Cat True Otter THE IcCAU COSrANY 239 1 249 Vest J7ii SlIIEW YOU r D a ww w Fruit and Ornamental TREES everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDENi ONEMILUON Strawberry Plants Free Catalogue No agents w H F Hlljenmeyer dSonsLEXINGTON KYM h h- NIr S tul t PRICES Hardwick and Co All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in snmmer weight and weights goed for the year around and mens and boys hats at greatly reduced prices We are cutting the price on these lines 20 to 35 percent If you are looking for bar t gains now is the time and our store is the place to find them We will also give you cut prices on many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large of cut on buggies These cut prices are for cash or its equivolent which is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange for merchandise All goods charged of course will have to be a price withp a profit to it HardickCo STANTOA USE HOPE WO MILLS FLOUR TheGift of Liberty came with the signing of the Dec laration of Independence July 4th 177C That was National Liberty You still may be personally held in the bondage of a poor and unsatis r I fying flour Celebrate the coming 4th of July by declaring your dom and independence Give the Hope mills flour a trial and taste the blessings of liberty in the good broad it makes I I Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky i AKLAND PIANOS r Our Imls the production of a popular uptodate I moderate price possessing of tone worth durability heretofore not found In pianos selling at comparatlre prices i officers of the Co are practical ptano men whose lifelong experience la the building and marketing of L concentrated In deyel opmentothe essential quality features that attract I the careful I plazatbrbyto the minimum and rmUlnlr ua to tJ I randmoaap4odateplaalinIn ton tJID th aeal Jn UM rtneral oomtmrtlon thrtraib 1 k out M faith lrle workmanihlp and In durability w claim p the delilequal at the I- It your Oakland piano writ direct to ua for catalog and Special Introductory trice COaI1S llli t + + + t of If + + 011 Co + tt t II ITlsui WITii 1 iF r A LYON SON i- The Loading 2ulau nnoo Agents i of Euitoru outuolcy + 1 ro i t7 Over 200000000 1 represented e I 1d gmI r Ive oRejwhpjknows anyQhpig about i urakn r a 0 e8de 4 l Res yJh Jj1JI V- to + + + t3 fi 1 I w hp aC yiwaan LHEIMj s AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER T mf f THURSDAY I July 14 Itilb LdoAIJBREVITIES See advertisement of Hardwicl and Company i t MrsJM Ea onis lclipga foci days at Oil Springs Miss Maud Fletcher is visiting relatives in Madison county 1QincinnatiOhio MfI Wm 0 Martin antfchil dron are visiting relatives at Itos slyn if t The Kentucky Bar Association is in session at Middlesboro thiS week 411 Skin Diseases Yield readily to treatment with Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve We guar antee it 25c a box Sold everywhere iThe Tenth District Bankers Association is in session at Win cheaterr to lH ORear is at Hazel Green looking after some business matters for J Taylor r Day Chronic Sore Eyes Are easily cured with Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It is panl ss and harmless end guaranteed 25c a boa Sold everywhere ta i A postoffice inspector was here Tuesday to investigate some matters relative tothe appointment of a successor tb Miss Bertha sgoedt r er oft rl ci die Friday after a lingenngillness of several months Burial at the Eaton graveyard Saturday Summer Colds are harder to relieve than wintej ones but they yield just us readily to treatment with Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Sold everywhere Look for the Bellon the Bottles 5 The wet weather continues which is putting farmers away behind with their crops Much wheat has also been ruined in the shock In tIle wheat growing districts r I 101iUlcer r Are unsightly and dangerous Dr I Hell t1 Antiseptic Salve will heal them promptly It is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box Sold f everywhere S AtToinpkinsville Landon Oas teel aged 00 ye rs and a Miss Brown aged 14 years were mar- y v ried Work Hourg a Day Thebusiest little tiling ever Gmad are Dr Kings New Life s Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health thit changes weakness into strength languor in to energy brainfag into mental r power curing Constipation headache Chills Mjftjarto 250ut waIav 13tt1 jwQl er 3A 81e0- l 1 Lit 1rThrough Mlstakti Some ono cArritid from the vault of the County Clerks of jlce my coat ieavrhiranuther iq return Coat is black grpun with slight greenstripe At rst pigJ1J WN1 d be tlkenfol- flm blclfcoat Qpnt llolonl- sltlflauit The firfoVhd fook1 the toat will please return it and get- iecoatho le ft4tlret atn p- UJy Frazier t I j l f IIN 1 i v I e 1 4- t h Gov Willsoif lids appointed Charles R McDowell of Lexing IVtPsl1ner He has been renppointoi every year since 19Obl rt TwoJn Ono T to I Dr Bells Anti= Pain is both nn internal and external remedy It is an antiseptic rotriedy grid destroys disease germs Sold everywhere on a positive guarantee 1 Ab Berry was here the first of the week buying hogs The de mand for hogs seems to be pret ty good just now though in niaA ket they are slightly oil The local demand is occasioned by so many damaged wheat fields caus ed by the wet weather A Pain Remedy Both internal and external is needed daily by almost every family Keep a bottle of Dr Bells Anti Pain Good for all kinds of bowel troubles Externally for cuts burns sprains and all pains Stronly antiseptic Sold ever- ywhre Valuable ReadIng Ev reader ofyt i r rtTavennereafch week on the last Mir Tavenner has made the Tariff special study find lust went to England to investigate the work ings of free trade as it is in that country Rust Win on Merit No town will grow and pro8pr where a lack of push and enterprise on the prtof its citizens is felt It will have to win on its merits Asa pUBbing thriving place with elt terprislng citizens When this is made plain people from a distance will form a good opinion of the town and it he some Inducement for prospectors to locate and become permanent and substantial citizens Napoleons Grit N s was ofthe uncgnquerable never saydie kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad coldcough or lung disease Sup pose troches cough syrups cod liver oil ordootors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satis faction guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferer It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages Jaj grippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and isthe mo fe anBertaiV remedy for all bronchial affections t50o and 11 Trial bottfe free at SwaririDay Lumber Cos store When business is dull then is the physhologica time toauvcriSe tjIOJ ShenifflymBowen Jr haa his tax receipts and is ready to col loot tax frorn those ready to pay Pay early and avoid the rush GoTA Cold Arid then no telling what unless you Use bc Bells Pjnetnr honey It is the best ask neighbor Look for theBeiron the Bottle Sold everywheae Minister Sued Because the pastor of the PreF byterian church at Neoga Ill made a public prayer asking thl Lprd to make a certain member a better mon cause him to pay his debts and have him cease backbiting the aforesaid certain member has sued the pastor for 5000 for libel A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause outs bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Arnica Salve earthe greatest healera Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25o at SWannDay Lumber Cos store t Mobbed In Ohio Carl Etherington a boy of IS of Mercer county was mobbed and hanged after being taken from the Newark Ohio jail Newark is a local option town and Etherington was engaged as detective to run down blind tig ers and in the affray shot and killed the keeper of one of the illegal saloons Those Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste fheIPiestJN vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete tonihgup by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels try them TheyMl restore your bjvhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your bidy with new health strength and vigor 50o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store YZMYZ ryZM M i OAPIT4I STOCK 8100000 r SURPLUS AND UN i DIVXDBD PROFITS 100000 r TIlE WmOBDESTJBR BANK OF VINQUSTER SY- w NXXOUV WlTHKHSPOON Pass W n Sl lIAU OASntBH YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLIOITED 1 + f+ + + + + + + + tt + + + + A 4 4 fA Ff Jh idPl1AU I +a Watchmaker z PPINj All Kinds of Watcaqd Clock I Repairing on Short1 Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC- TIoN t GUARANTEED Line of 1 Jewelry Spectacles I CM and seo jie In the Red River Hotel 4HtiWing CLAY CITY KENTUCKY + + + i + U+ + + + + + Jo r c f 4s sz The high waters in Clark county last week swept bridges and culverts away washed the pikes down toIle bed rock and in Winchester did even greater damage SatisfiedI = I Honey for coughs coM grip or any throat or bronchial troubl- eI tn bottle today Look for theI Bellon the Bottle Fads for Weak Women Ninetenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis ease of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can cured cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restora tive tonic 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 woman We snail not particularize here as to the symptomss 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 Adyiser 1008 pages newly revised t 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 Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best T Double and Single S1i PLOWSy a and everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky m I m I M H COUUTNKV Free A T WIUTT Cashier ViJ iJ j THE 1 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK i- el t l- m CLAY CITY KENTUKCY Y1 li Capital Stock Paid iiv 50000 J Dollars uU Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department IWilY NOT START ONE TODAY ftti SAVE YOUR FQWUSJB- oarhon Poultry Cure la recognized the standard poultry remedy that con be depended width absolutecertaintycurdand prevent v Gapes Cholera Ilonp tle tits eopca 1owdropsInthodrinklnruaterkeepsrowsber thy Forfpfrom dtsl atce m tC the treatnteat Ot blackherd and other diseases Iu turkeys Bourbon PoultryCqreHAG NO EQUAL Mil w wltalstoo 1J101ItIDlvIltcKyt Dtr FPCisTPadKyssrsrLastyearh- ave been tlslarcbCI n I of chickens rum rape bourbon PooltryCuie it the nott iitltlutpty 1I by jiving them jloutboa Poult Cute 1ld- 16iro ever used tor Choler and it a aura cure lot cholera and Uaberaeck- amredM Bourbon Remedy ColacorpottdODlb vSlt Ki AtAIJ Uoajdlna UIiIIiIltIIt 80ci praottlsr Trli Via Fr 1 Soabygwa nnay LrlCo Hardwick Co Gliy Gity x Stanton l 11 c- r I t j t lowbh ULPjCt Write for prize list L4DiLLQId Lnlinlie If O Ji i Appetite Gone Your strength istfailing what lit tle you cat distresses yoUjyou are Hio have lieadacfse backache fccrjjlueaHl ineiancholy and cant tlRld pt11Q11 ifc1Xtas aI3fe of- gillCt ung nerveI l i cui ii- tstruu es ervlne iS prepar112t Jj1nditions f t1 t ijPc1l1 tA 1Ie 1 JrPih f- IJ rl a Hnttl L f sillenerv9 1sa plre tlf f5i hecYnreve appein+netlywsttcledk lt oetonsgsret ntr t er- 1LtegatatttkingtAn Mites I1larpdnss 6nA- efalinoexllerfactlytorte6l Leu than111Q un fta etKklmiJUrMIc81 Niv 3 e M i t 410 rio4 InCclli ciTM Writ bottle will benefit If netyour rfftigtfiCIvftll rt rtttiywc Mmay The first bottle will b nfltl If riot wow druaolst will rturn your money ecfrlc81l1e1 N e Vtgia Wy ln ton News 1 One of tile crowning sins of- lrovulfiuao liiuli recently puss 1 into history was its failure to AS3 income orinheritjnee tar gislation All of the firstcln rations of the world have either jsn income tax or inheritance tax wad may have both We now raise practically all atonal revenues by placing a 4iff tax on things eaten worn rJ used by the people This sys em is unjust becausoit requires I he workingman to pay not less han one thousand percent more axes in proportion to his income han a millionaire Our protective system of course eqaires the millionaire topaj a ix on that which Jie eats years r uses but it does not tax him o the extent of one penny on JIS wealth t I Thus it might and no doubt frequently does happen that a section hand on the railroad with childrenpaysnational government toward ouilding battleships and iqain taiuing them toward keeping or standing army ttien the njJz Iiouaire bachelpr who ip t9P proud to wary and raisq chjlt- dren II 1 President Taft and President TaftjAlprie muflt beqr the brunt of respxmsibjjjty fur thg failure o2 Cqngreflstq taskanincome tax provision pn jthe PayneiAldi rich iUA majority pf bpth House ll1wereinJ vQr of anini come tax Aldrjch saw that fin income Ilx amendment would be passedindas usual appealed to President faft for aid The P esjdqnt tcuuckled absolutely Jo the will pf Boss AId fioh urgigX3cxqgresB tp puss a Corpora Jup tax jasloud of nin com taJ TQ fool and console rhe people tlije tr cherons Ald rich then smilingly CQnpentedtp f tifip9tionof ay pou titi tional c iuuendmeut legalizing nn incoipe tax well knowing that Ways cud ba worked put ttpt thwar- trrcrvtjIl utiRlltl air least within ile Jife6f the PKe t i14 genjLva I WOlC to i But there remains still anoth ruchapCei14 tlhis Jegisjatjive- i indJelhathe Ajnericaji pp0i PeQUKhtl p Jr4Aw nbput A8aof- OCcuAei PihllYtin81 lfid aqin- I pqme Jta yrppideitTaft sated athe CQrpQ Lion tux should QOQlftWta pNbllcitycJause which jBpad qnable the pvernment I NEW IDEA MANVRFSPREADERI FASiA4TLNT1ONII JThis Manure Iiifferent Ji ts pp of buy without first InvestIntInlP the merits off Oie same The lt ieatdfds not found on ether lUpUnglJoa4lngthftntee i to al1milnurc r hoticef the three charicesI o This machine is built orVacom mOra Senes principle of a farm tf simplest I most durabfepn htest draft lowest down brace easy to loadlnto spreader on tins market Backed ay ten years I experience not an experiment catalbeu6X THE iNBWttDCA aP ftKAOKft 1OOJ Celdwatar Ohio 1 pq n TICTLYIUIN AWE Fiu f ITiThewill rifle level lioButtet oltltt11end motion Nit roll log spreading ofaxles as the moves easybecause It not in the nature of a- torsionsprina No tendr DC1t rattle Lighter tet s 4st1tger BABCOCK CUTUNDER WAGON vehicle made Theeazi est rfdlnsf vehWe ext Sli dif1er Send i for I catalogue and price list RAROOCKOARRIAO CO EvanYIUellld M i V A r to r z r L 717 tItd the people to seurd infor- A i t ou 1botilhe working rnelh c4 of the orppxati011s He told 4 bo hope this publicity i qjC woulliijake it poaseible- cr ttte niiient to hold theft brtakiugust reeponsible ti coort for their ants Go Congress pushed the corpor P1 au tai j Jbutjokered jjepeoyle y purposely laUiug tpprovidi Bfculj for rh andJing of dntu hjq1would CQmo i n uuder the Jsiblicity clause Eyenthia vut fili tidUglj Congress in tht loo st clpsed completed tie swindle pn the public b tiding outthe publicity feu rQ all tog t r t Apd Mr Taf TOin tlf badSgclared the public ify clause vadiHie most vuluabl r Gore in clie hill Ion ere the to andfot ych teacheryanthis II q Senator OlaQp of Minnesota reIthe jq tneES jof a tax pn incomes Knajlly hpetopped abruptly ant pnted qutofhi8windoy Tav hfIatI BHErble wall yonder Which stye bears tthe greatest weight Tfaie st nlea6ahebottQul op the oae at the f iJQfoire you ans weJ wiliadd that is just the way it is without an income tax Until the present tftrijspjiedules are ieviced along Unpfcof justice alA untUwehayean incotne tax itojtake some flf the burden of t4po from tbellpiapa the b tam that stpnq wall will Uajadas a deadly parallel hto ex iltau conditions t Two big State conventions wrcheld recjeitly Pennsyl IfWit Jlepuljlicansv declared as ftfflewetqn the tariff I Et rJ Wtcia tlJ 5 tariff Ml recentlyeiiaci0a la in accord SJijli thpKepubUcan policy ex atesscdip its laat n1tipIIJll plat rai Vo agree with President afttliat it is the best tariff the J PBublipap partyevei passed Jsuid the OhipDeniocrats Ve demand a revision pf the went unjupt and qppressivu fetyiff reducing the rats sQias we t11epracesiiiipplecLonthq tfaers i I t Consumers it is up to you tMuk thgin1tttgrgver tli x In my opinion the next House wiUi he Democratic by Po niajprAty e wffiafprty prflfty said C x4tu3nT Jarne8T h d of the pBationa Dempcrat Qppgre8 aUml Qonui ittee Mr Lloyd is io close tjouch with political conditions in practjjcally every cqu jft59Qnadiptrict in thevcountry stud is generally rfiputed apipng AM colleagues as more likely to be overcna uU3thaaovprcpnfii dentf if anyt lti9gr 1wh makjng political prognpaticaUoqs MiJ ffiBiity LeaderQhamp Qlark prq Atcu9 the Democratic majority in tike Ipxt House n ay possibly rac1se eatyfiye t a 1 When the Republicans took oontrol of the Federal ioVern tent in 1801 the expenses of the Government wereaboit05OQO 000 annually nearly I QQQOOO OOD less than ilWq sA8 Hon Jag G Bliiine Bays in his Twen t Years in Qongress iMThe leaders of the De upprutic Pa ty had guarded the trea8ury with nnefcasinr vigilance against every attempt atexjtrnvajrince pr c irruption The result Qf this frugality and liQneatj waseen tit the iiiinuii expenditure E r x i tti i V tl r I ani ll i exjieilfiturtj 9 MVhvluq1n cardinal prHi i of pw r Dentnccatic patty a h tirs of Ciovelanas adminiti were less than one half th- c e fbpriatjons of the last four 3 of Republican rule 4 igurea shovyigg the numbs ow offices created for llupub i pnliticn us by the last ees Bion of Congress has not been prepared 1he preceeding Con grecs however created 20941 new potions For new offices and salaries increased the Sixtieth Congress added to ale ta ea paid bt tlije people the i rpendous sum of 8950y 77 t38 tots of people dont care what ottiera thi bout thenutflfcey want iq know what othere- y about them ekes adVerYieement of Harflwlck Compzgyf liKE S- l a cJ y i22- 4C 9n Y C9l We Ask Year J I ryourfemaleIt WINEIDf CARDUl I has brought to thousands sick so ynyjiol to I t backachepeifgdfcal ness said It Is the bet medicine to take Try ltl I Sold in City g I Forlnternl External I c WELCH Attorney de Counsellor Law j KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth DUEHIMLEEiLEkYE ILA 7 t for Nothing but the T nw swr v VoiuifiEfe7Thuid a Nearly aU w i riJstbterJt times fronifemaltailments Sqmeowomensuffe pore acutely andj IhaveljttleliI s xgliefCar4iit women t prepared spiew UTc f om harmless vegetable in g edients Jt ett3ftSil3On th rfemaleorgansana gives atrenffth and tone tostii system r ii Tle SrdukaaCarda tip1twas taken with female inf4knunatio i lfM consulted a doctor but to no tailSo adiii i 9 ree da as a let do my1ousewokrStpgehgnpy troubleht never returned It v M I AT ALLJmUG STOKES aSUNIi L E TlfiE Tr EtstBountL PI1 1 IOf L cG T 3Ve3tBound u u lifh I AM 2zri 78- 58n 8J3 32 gGl qLQ40li ld 9 M- Jn tll7 J t- lo 1p1Z- c 1115 1d 1120 StatiII 0Lexington nfio tlfi IIY I rSP In Jnactlon I JIIIII relief l other women many have This DRBELL8ANTJPAIK and Pstafc PANTO Good EyM BLE w No 8oI dyDailyo R 3f P411I lb 955 GOi 10 5 lp4GJa Iii n 29 i 4 50to Q d 26 44 O tHiS Q 1 a42 e g 823- 1V1 a 5 t26 i 1 4 8lti 7 ts 71f 102q 7Oo tel 1 TBs Following COlfNlSOTJONS are made Wily Exeotit Sundaj ii 4kiE JjicJion r t tffff IranjKifc will connect wlthtb C A iO Rail niv oF D1it Lit Irffltwt t la V opton Juk1rrJPrl1 fJToft 11 22IQ and 4 willcogneotwith the Woun a J ftIJC al al ntJwarr pjpfn rp k I and foP1Rptnplon Icy- ffiter6vllq JJtiuiol it tiny 2 wit 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