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I JifIf 0 ij I t r 6J THE CLAYCITt TIMES- w 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here tt help Clay Cipjhe Surrounding tuicurerbt be VOL XV CLAY CITY EX THURSDAY JULY 21 J9io JI 0 NOr2t1 re Good oadsIWhat is the roads in your county Millions are spent in road building with little effect and yet it is diffi cult to estimate the cost of bad roads Because you do not pay the cost directly as you would aL a tollgate you do not take it into account but if your roads are so bad that you take half a load to town instead of a whole load you are adding to the cost I of yourcrQPThe I of the crop does not end when you have have harv ested it You have got to store hand you have got to get it to market and it is the price of the market that you receive less what it costs you to get it there If itccosts you 5 cents a bushel to getyour corn to market and it costs your neighbor 1 cent a bushel sour merchnat is not go ing to pay you any more than he pays your neighbor or the man on the other side of town Road building is more thor yearfrheret jfor bad roads Each community has to determine first what ma terias exist there which they can ua Then they must use ithat material to the very best adyantagiq t 1 t If you dotbelibve thatgood- roadst make all the difference in the world between unsuccessful sand successful farming go into a1VI t dil i v J 9 7 W J rmlife Is transformed Driving iff a pleasure even when you are hauling your crops to town or hauling back home your sup plies In every community you ought to have a good roads as totthe=for phamplets on road building Yiou dilgTifto consult some one who ttffows something abriutei lilts j I When you are Ready foryourt Spring Suit 1 We areiready fotYou The neW spring styles we are showing in men sand young mens suits willappeal to the most critical andexacting dresser- It will pay you td see the excellent I range jpf Styles patterns and colors we are wingWe have clothing that appropriate lfor men in every walktbf life Come in and glance through=youtwill appreciate the grace drape iiyle and jexcellece of t6t and finish We are showing a splendid line of i Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tested and well tedmuchcare given to the cut ting and ngthc fit and finish yiUftand tbaeloiicNhyrWehG- iiesdybeit1 ettlem the inert gari merits in this Stateandyouii puree with us once you fee theni t t I gineering then you ought to talk with the county authorities and see that the money spent for road building is spent well and not wasted Montgomery County Franchise The Sheriff of Montgomery coun ty is advertising the sale of a tele phone franchise in that county The rates are not to be more than 81 65 cents per month for any phone in the county no matter how far out from Mt Sterling The company puts up 85000 bond for any damage the county may sustain j work must begin within six months and be ready for complete service in eighteen months Not more than four phones can be on anyone party line and the iran chise is to run for twenty years In this franchise the peoples interests are protected as well as in any fran chise the Times ever saw offered and the Fiscal Court of Montgomery county is to be congratulated for their careful consideration of the peoples public utilities tall tartar Convention The Democrats of Powell county will assemble at the courthouse in Stanton Ky tttl oclock p m on Saturday Aug 6th 1910 for the purpose of selecting and if desir ed Instructing delegates to attend the District Convention to be held at Mt Sterling Ky at 130 oclock p ra on Tuesday Aug 9th 1910 for the purpose selecting a Dem ocratic candidate for Congress to b votedforiq Jbe7f Coingrese- m leetio ll d Powell Co Dem Ex Com The blackberry crop which is two weeks late this time is also a short one See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Lost Store door key Kindly return to this office I ISHIMftSSFLSJr1 1 l 111 to IJ tI 1 o itf to J try i To Evaftifrank Failures There hasten five bdnk fail ure in State nke since the ad journment of the Legislature last spring It will be rernem passedarninatipns speas are required by the FederakGoverhmenfc but this important was foiled by Gov WillspnSt vetoy But Dr Ben L Brun IS going to inspect the banks under thbijresent laws and believes the courts will up hold him iii s Efforts to save the depdsitorii S There arexImnny good State banks as Tati nat auks and Dr Binner has gjKtyetftbpon them to aid in the t pe and aSKs them to bedfhe oxpensowhich- he says iv to their profit i Dr BiW declares that in the future h wily not grant to any bankers tharter for a bank in any tow less he thinks the town is ahI support a bank and the meulhind the new bank are real ha fsgoing into a legitimate bu cos Dr Bruner that fessional banker or wildcaltl can get a charter from him j1e future without going to cout Pif He says he is going to stop tJ fe practice of establishing banwithoutt the idea Qf running m except for a short JtimerUgh 1Strikes Church Lightnjagek ist church tathee1 H11r nda1rt peea of the services The pulpit was Split in twain tbd shoes and stockings of one young lady were torn from her feetand her clothing took fire as did the dress of another lady but was quickly extinguished A Horse hitched to a wire in front of the church wee killed Prompt work saved the church building from burning Elder T C Stack house who is well known to many of our readers was the minister and was pronouncing the benediction when the lightning came The Faithful Congressional Record Congress has adjourned yet the Congressional Record appears every morning with the regular ity of a daily newspaper It is loaded with campaign speeches which have never been deliver ed but which are printed under the liberal leave to print rule bythesent broadcast over the country at public expense 4 00 Per Capita The scbool fund this year has been fixed at f4 00 per scholar the same as last year There is in the State an increase of over four thousand in white pupils while there are only six more yearTherecountrydistrictstogether JntBe cities John Kirk Sustained a very painful injury Tuesday while lifting at a barrel add has since been confined bo his home where he has had to receive medical treatment See advertisement of Hardwiok+ + and Company v it Y 1 t- I f Now that Law tlsconstruedI determinate sentences take the pate of the fixed sentence is effective there seems to be a gen eral misconception of the effect and also of the operation of the act The general opinion seems to be that the trial Judge determines the sentence and must im pose what he believes to be a fair and just penalty Such IB not the case The law fixes the sentence and the Judge merely sentences the convicted man to the number of years provided in the statutes fixing the term at not less than the minimum provide ed in the statute and not more than the maximum For instance if a man is con victed of voluntary manslaughter the Judge does not fix the number of years he shall serve in the penitentiary He has no option but to fix the sentence in that way and the question of how long the convict shallserve rests with the Prison Commis sion He may be released at at the end of two years or he may have to serve twentyone years the latter sentence being imposed where the convict does not show signs of reform ation To Redistrict theCounty Judge J H Hardwiok hoo post ed notices in different parts of the county which indicates at the- regular term of county court in Au gust beiwfll appoint three commis j h 3letitaieeY hia- iii Magisterlal te seems to be a demand for another Magistrate in the eastern portion of the county but the county must be dealt with as a whole when it lire districted for Magistrates Condition Serious Mrs Hattie Elkin of Ford is suffering from a dislocated knee cup It has had to be reset two or more times which has occasioned the development of a more serious case and she has had to be removed to the hospital where her condition is pronounced to be ofa serious nature Mr and Mrs Elkin are former residents of this city Twin Boys Born to the wife of Dock Bryant of Glancarian June 15 twin boys Mr Bryant is the father of 12 children the next youngest to the twins being 11 years old rhefather is 52 years of age and the mother 45 Mr Bryant is a lifelong Democrat and has not been overlooked by the stork e yen in his old age Oampton Courier A Relapse Grover Barnett formerly of this county is in a very bad con dition at his home in Olark coun ty It will be remembered that he had a most serious attack of flux lAst fall and came near dying It seems that Mr Barnett never completely got over this trouble and is now suffering from it again Spectacles Lost I Pair sttel frame spectacles in heavy cardboard case Lost Somewhere in Clay City Friday June 17S Please return to this offlo e J I y That Ohio Outrage t The stateof Ohio stands dis grdced before the world Tho lynching of a young manbl1ref more than a boybya cowardy- pack of bloodthirsty citizen God save the mark atNoty ark was one of the most brutal and wholly indefensible mtb crimes of the many that have stained the records of that state The young fellow employed by the AntiSaloon League with others to serve warrants upon alleged illegal liquor seller was according to newspaper ac counts pursued by a crowd of speakeasy patrons and sympthfc ers and handled roughly In self defense it appears he shot ore of his pursuers But whether or not the shooting was justified vioI tody in the county jail widlTif possibility of escape from tho legal consequences of his act when the mob of fiends broke frn to the prisop dragged him out and hanged him to telephone pole It is fortunate that Ohio had a man of the calibre of Judson Harmon as Governor Immedi ately upon news of the mobs crime reaching him Governor w Harmon left his vacation outing and started for the scene of tho outrage Instantly he institute proceedings to make the ring leaders in the lynching and those proteottheirtrtbecrimesuffer for their anarchy It is high time that am example should be made that cowards who go to lake ttpmpb nd cm zsrdtofficials wh6 how tmeraveh1 obesiance to the worst element of society shall have a delibly impressed upon them Those responsible for the New ark crime are neither more nor less than deliberate murderers and must be treated as such un less o system of government ia to be confessed a failure and law and order are to be supplanted by violence and anarchy Locate in Missouri The Rev R A McConaglia has resigned the care of the Presbyterian t church in this city and hue also severed his connection wjth the Stanton College and will locate in Missouri where he has a much better position Prof McConaghn besides being a great teacher anil minister of the Gospel is a model citizen enterprising one who takes great interest in the advancement of eity county and state and while Powellcounty is loath to give him up the community that gets his services are to be congratulated for he truly is a young man of rare talent and of great worth to any city and county W R Rhimfessel of Independence Mo is visiting his brother C Shimfessel and other relatives in the county i The K 0 Ball team of Lexing ton and the local boys will cross bats on the home grounds Sun day Mrs Roht N Bush hits returned from a visit to relatives at Will Chester LostGold filled case watchon R R between depot and bridge at a Clay City Finder will be hand somely rewarded if he will return ClayCityI Dr Bells PineTa HaMy For Coughs and Colds 1- f THE TIMES +L1s1IDEYEnY TnCUSDAY J E Burgher Publisher oj Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad Tance otherwise 75 Cents in Edteredae secondclass mull matter Thdrsday July 21 1910 The Truth Hurts Worst Our Dumb Animals of Bos ton Massr is the only paper published in America in the in terest of dumb brutes Its mis sion has always been to prevent cruelty to animals and has wrought a great work in Massa chusetts securing for that State the most stringent laws against inhuman and cruel treatment for them that cannot speak This valuable little paper should be read by the young everywhere and is furnished by many city school boards free to each pupil This was the case in Washington city until when Roosevelt was president this after close lIt having watchedRoosevelts career in the Cuban war and his lug hunts out west declared him 21 cruel man and once made the statement that if the President had done in Massachusetts what lid had done elsewhere he could be arrested and tried for a most serious offence the penalty for which would be startling This assertion caused the little paper 1to be taken from the Washington city schools though its statements could not be denied Roosevelt big hunts in Africa further demo onstrate the charges of Our Dumb Animals It will also be remembered that the Colonel was Governor o v Yor when f Goebel was assaseinntedandthat- lie volunteered immunity to the alleged slayersif they would come to New York to reside While Roosevelt was President we frequently had occasion to call attention tothese facts Now that ho is on the minds of the people again in the roll of a candidate for President it is just that these incidents should be remembered for the Times does not consider such a man worthy of national rulership however 4 abilityhlThe Mt Sterling Gazette gets enraged when it reads such arti cles as the Washington school board did when it barred the valuable little paper Our Dumb Animals from the public schools in the national capital Our neighbor should learn that wrath neither controverts facts nor gains support The Postal Savings Bank The Republican party declared for a postal savings bank bill in their platform two years ago and this bill recently passed Con tress The Democratic party declared for Guaranty Bank dot posits This meant to keep the- Govegnmontout of the banking business but at the same time to make all depositors safe And what is the provision of the recent postal savings bank bill It is nothing more than to pro vide an unquestionably safe place for depositors Large act counts will not be handled by the government hence the largo depositor js still unprotected in his banking business tinder the Democratic policy all dopes itors bpjth large and small would have the same protection and this protection would not have v 4 tho banks IK nniili u11t will Ie cost thmto handle the govern ments postal banks deposits The Times believes in the government state and city owner ship plan where it is necessary for the protection of its citizens but in the banking business it is wholly unnecessary Riding two Horses at thoTlmo According toJasRo Garfield late Secratary of the Interior an irrepressible conflict now con fronts the Republican party and Mr Garfield wants it known that he is an Insurgent There are indications that Ohio is to be the important battle ground bet tween the progressive and the reactionary Republican factions Of the latter Taft is forced to be the leader while Garfield will represent the progressives Roo sevelt is getting himself into a scrape He has promised to speak in Indiana for Beveridge who isif possible a more radical surgent than Garfield and he has also promised to go to Mas sachusetts and help Lodge the close ally of Aldrich Lodge is badly in need of assistance With one foot in Boston and the other in Indianapolis Teddy will suffer a hard strain with Taft shivering and groaning at Bev erly With his feet over a thou sand miles apart can Teddy suc cessfully cary water on both shoulders But Massachusetts is becoming insurgent and Lodges condition is growing desperate The public is at lust getting wise to the fact that the Presi dent has not only unpatriotic but corrupt members in his offi cial family who are kept there to satiate private greed and to defraud the public and that the PresjhleitiJi secrejelyjeryirigthe tru8 monopolies and wink ing at the public These things have convinced the country that the Republican party is reeking with corruption and that it is time to turn it out of power and put honest Democrats in office There is nd doubt whatever but that this fall will witness the greatest routing that the Repub lican party has ever sustained and that if the party does get over it it will never look the same Mr Nicholas Longworth may be the next Governor of Ohio says the Baltimore American This illuminating paragraph is copied in all the funny columns in Ohio Virden Miss Grace Ware is visiting rel atives at Lexington Mrs Susan Ware of Florida and her sister Mrs Ruth Martin of Lexington visited Mrs T B Ware and family Tuesday and Wednesday They were raised in Powellcounty SPOUT SPRING Light frost was reported hero Tuesday morning by some of our citizens James If Crow had o valuable steer to be killel by lightning one day last week Mr and JUrs Bayard C Rogers of Indianapolis Indare with Mrs Rogers parents Mr and Mrs ArJ Barnett Mrs Emma McIntosh died Monday morning at the home of her brother Berry Barnett aged about seventy years Burial Tuesday in the Salem graveyard by the side of- her parents Seryjces were con ducted at thegfaye by Elder G W McIntosh i 1cIn bPdIT- heschoolatthis place began last Monday t I Marion Iawsone barnwas burn ed lust Mondaynight Samuel Eiiibsand W G Pat rickore scrying us petit jurors at Irvine this week n4Rev Johnson has writ ten that be will be at Kimbrells next Saturday night and- Sun dI1 N Orsborne bought the lambs in this jfart of the county this week paying 6cents per pound 100 Reward 100 The readeisof this paper will bo pleased to l ali that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been aple to cure in all its stages and thins Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure 9a the only positive cure now known to tliM medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional djeeaje requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca turrh Cure is tan internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foundation of the disenbe and giving the pat tient strength by building up the constitution anddesisting nature in doing its work f1he proprietors have so much inputs curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for Iitl0f testimonials Address F JHENEY b CO j Toledo 0 Sold by nil 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation le- Commissioners Sale N jSSBcmH Belt esliall Box Co vs BtantonCanning Co1 Plaintiffs versus united States Printing Co vs Stanton Canning Co Defendants Notice of salo in equity By virtue of a judgment and order oCilo of the 1owell Circuit Court rendered at the June term 1910 thereof in the above cause the under iigned will on tholst day of August J10atl oclock p iruror thereabout being Court Day I will as Commis sioner proceed to offerfor sale at Pub lie Auction to thq highest bidder on a credit of six and twelve months at the Court House dopr Stanton Ky the property mentioned in thee judg ment to wit- Acertain lot of Inn ltJlituatcd near Stanton Kentucky on the south side of tho L E Railway and adjolning the right of way of same aniLndjoining the lot of the Stanton College lot and con taining about oneacre of land and con taining tho Cunning factory plant and all buildings and improvements and apurtenancee to said plant or sufll dent thereof to produceso ordered to bo made Tho purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security for tim payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a lie ilevin Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lion will be re purchatBond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell 0 C Ladies Save Money and Keep in i Style by McCall Magazine and UsingMcCal Patterns McCifa l11I1 KIGALIS MCABME help you dress striI jshlsr aLa moderate expense bj kqeplnit you ou the latest taahlons In clothes and ball to VjstllllsInvaluable Information ou ell homa anil per soQil matters Only Includlnsascribe today or send i iorireatampiecopy I OllrlownperfectIncents Send for free Pattern Catalogue W W81 Ch YU FUt Tntnlt for sub SpedfortresPremiumTHE IfcCAU COWNY 239b219Wd3rbSc WH TOU Y I CUT I PRICE8 r I j Hardwicfk and Go 1y All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in summer fir = t weight and weights good for the year around Sand mens and boys hats at greatly reduced 4 prices We are cutting the price on these lines 20 to 35 per cent If you are looking for bar 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 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 courseo will have to be a price with a profit to i- tHardwick 1CoM 4 STANTON + 4i y USE HOPE came with the the Dec 4th l You still may held the and the 4th by your and the Irinl and tanto the the J i +a+ + Y +++ + + N + Ho Jo1 1110 + to + + + I r A e i Tl o + JEtt + I + i + a1 i v About 1 ate 10 1 0 + 1110 U toJo H S Y + ke + + + + +++ +++ l eo fruit and r binjtor c LAWN MB fllLLfpfi Strwliciryt iqnla catalogue No Agents 1 i fl F iJiiil hm eye 1 c SOfSjW a c n LEXINGTON = KY l Ir MILts TheGift of signing of laration of Independence July JG That was National Liberty be personally in I bondage of a poor unsatis fying flour Celebrate coining I of July declaring freedom independence Give Hope mills flour a blessings of liberty in good bread itmtikes Mfgd by ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky +H + 1t4HrT o ta4INstJI WITH LYON JCioritlinc Insttiixnoe AfgotitH ot torn JSontitolcy J t Over 2ooooofooot tI Represented t Everyf9newhoknowsanvtliing insurance knowi I they aders e- rFt F + + 10 i Ornamental TjELIJw Every ORCHARD tree FLOUR Liberty SON llnd6ARoeN WEIIUV WOOLitHLDESANDF D ra ess + Weata la bobskjptuae itl5imreiiil KtbccKt iaiLojinlWe frpkh- oollti ilSUEL FrwWoigl6ifparsyftihlxlrisckstarose F F Bells Antiseptic8alvft frGood for all Skin Diseases I THE I TIMES II AN ALL litifs 1IADE PAFKR 0 THURSDAY July 21 1910 LDCTAL BREVITIES 1JSee advertisement of Hurdwick and Company f J T Newkirk of Maben W Vu was There A few days list week ISeeral from this county are attending the big fair at Mt Sterling t this week Mr and Mrs W F Barnett vis ited relatives in Clark county the first of the week Mr and Mrs A T Whitt spent a few days withrelatives at Morehead and at Lexington last week All Skin Diseases Yield readily to treatment with Dr Bolls Antiseptic Salve We guarantee it 25e a box Sold everywhere Herman Hoskin was called slslterwho is very sick Wm Sparks and Mrs Tinney Snowden both of Vaughns Mill were married Wednesday July 18th Eld Albert Easter officiating Chronic Sore Eyes Ares easily cured with Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It is painless and harmless and guaranteed 25c u box Sold everywhere Mrs Susan Ware of Florida and Mrs Ruth Martin of Lex ington visited MrsJ H Eaton and other r1e aIT thecitylast- week Someone handed us a copy of the Mt Sterling Advocate which was a special edition containing n writeup of the grand old town and Congressman Langley Elder Z Ball pastor of the p Christian church this city will ussiet Pastor Johnson inn protracted r meeting at Log Lick be ginning the first Saturday in August I Summer Colds are harder to relieve than winter ones but they yield just us readily to treatment with Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Sold everywhere Look for the Bell on the Bottle Reports from over the county say that corn crops on hill landare hotter than for years and this in crease will almost make up for the decrease in the bottoms which is nearly all drowned out Old Ulcers Are unsightly und dangerous Dr I Balls Antiseptic Salve will hen i them promptly It Is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box Sold everywhere I Fred R Blackburn of this county is one of who compose the Kentucky Live Stuck Sanitary Board the effort o1 which is principally to stamp out the disease of spabbies insheep in this tState and to do tins all sheep must he dipped i f jWorkrk af Hours a Day r Tim busiest little things ever made one JJr Ki gvs New Life PlllsiEvery pillft alBUgircoated glahue df health th +t f+ hangup wettkness into strength languor into jUjierfiv briiin fug into mental laj pVhrrvourijig Cnristipatujnj Head n hIt hilsMlarlu 25uatS- wtttinoDltyLuplbarCoa store to Mrs Wm 0 Martin is visiting relatives in Montgomery county Destructive Floods Destructive floods have swept o ver Kentucky the past week doing thousands of dollars in damage More rain has fallen in Kentucky tills Spring and summer than for the same time in any gear sine 1875 according to government re ports i I Two In Ono Dr Bells AntiPain is both an in ternal and externalremedy Itis an antiseptic remedy and destroys disease germs Sold everywhere on a positive guarantee Stops Sunday Base Ball Irvine authorities have passed an order for no more Sunday base ball So much good for our neighbor It is a shame for any city to have Sunday base ball and should be stopped allover the country We hope to see Clay City follow in the wake of Irvine A Pain Remedy Both internal and external is need ed daily byalmost every family Keep a bottle of Dr Bells Anti Pain Good for all kinds of bowel troubles Externally for cuts burns sprains andall pains Stronly antiseptic Sold every where Money for State Warrants State warrants which are not marked interest bearing and which are for amounts less than 50 will be paid by the treasurer upon presentation and can bo accepted as cash by banks and in dividuals Notice to this effect has been sent to banks over the State and through the press so that the public can get the in formation and get their money on warrants instead of waiting and collecting interests r J Y Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable never Buydie kind the kind that you need most when you have a 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 Kings New Discovery Satis faction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless suffer ers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and ia the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 60c and 1 Trial bottle free at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Steel Web Picket Fines Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priceH goodI substantial lawn and garIt den fence built Write for hoggiDE KAQJ FENCE CO ileKalb1V Ysaeeas City Met y It has boon estimated that las J Jefferies received altogether in one way aim another a total sum of 2844000 for the Reno fight et some people say Jeff was foolish to to the meeting withohnson A Cough A Cold And then no telling whatunless you use Dr Bells PineTarHoney It is the besttskyour neighbor Look for on the Bottle Sold everywhere Kentucky Aviator Judge 0 0 1rowso of Hop kiusville is the first Kentuckiau to take serioUsly to ferial naviga tion He has Invented a mono plane and soon will have the same equipped with the necessa ry motive pOwer when he will tryout his project He has our best wishes asa Kentuckian A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Arnica Salveearths greatest healer relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores ofTnll kinds eczema chapped hand and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25o at BwannDay Lumber Cos store 4iMl Hog Killing in Summer A Texas man claims to have discovered a new process for cur ing meats whereby he claims tile fattest and largest hogs may be killed and the meat perfectly cured in July and August equal ly as well aswhen killed in De cember and January without his process He also claims that the process is both pleasant to the taste and healthful Those Pies of Boyhood How deliciqjis were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste sogoo L hiMiichtged The- pies No NJlfu Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels try them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturato your body with news health strength andvigor50c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store M SR52pIt9IZ4I19 t4s CStCSECSZVS ICAPITAL STOOK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO f TIri- oWxNOH1r4TER f3 BANK OB WlNOnSTBH isN HOLLY WiTHEnspooN Pane W K SPUAR CASHIER YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITHD Jt3 A ++ + + Jo + + ++++H i jPriAUPPIN i Watchmaker 1adJeweler tAll Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing OH Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC f TON QUA ANTEED Line of f Jewelry Spectacles 4Callptfd ate me In the Red River Hotti BuMdlag CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i o tAo+ + tA t The Powell County Teachers Institute is in session at Stanton this week Prof R M Shipp Surer intendent of the Winchester city schools is the instructor The law requires that each teacher in the I county be present No StrongerThan A strong man it strong all over No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pairs digestion and nutrition For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food which is the source of all physical righth = wwnaww nrw pa ala aa Every Body Slsfied- Who has tried Dr Dells PJneTnr Honey for coughs colds grip or any throat or bronchial trouble Get a bottle today Look for the Bellon the Bottle feeling m the stomach after eating ill languid nervous irritable and despond cut he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength Such a man should use Dr PIerces Golden Medical Discovery It cures diseases of the stomach and otherorgans of digestion and nutrition It enriches the blood Invigorates the liver strengthens the Kidneys nourishes the nerves and so GIVES HE21LTH UNO STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non alcoholic medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best 1 wreDouble and Single Shovel PLOWS and everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky tiJ M H COURTNKK Pres A T WHITT Cashier o RJ Tug CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 1nrj CLAY CITY KENTUKCY t try Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits iOne Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department II WHY NOT START ONE TODAY Btl r SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure ti recognized as the standard poultry remedy of tbe world H Is the one remedy that can bo depended on with absolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Roup eases Atawdrops in the drinking water nil i ccpsfowlspoultry nnd dis tree from disease A fill bottle makes It gallons of medicine for the treatment of Blackhead aoil other diseases in turkeys Bourbon Poultry Guru HAS NO EQUAL MnwjwRalaton nopklasvilleKisays i Mr F PCia Pu6KysarsLusyeuh- ave been ralalnrchicxll forn yean end Iralted lwna of chlckcas tapee- rknubonPoulUyCurolsthimost Mtltlictory remedy I by giving them Coutbon Pooh Cure Ilind I baro ever used for CLolera and Gapes I It a sure cure for CboII1and timbenieek Nanrt Bourbon Remedy Co- At iceUsAAll UadlitB DruaoUU OOo pr Bottle TrUl Vial Fro Sold by SwannDay Lbr Cot Hardwick Cot Clay City Stanton I h In this county the average load drawn by one horse over lever dirt roads is 1400 pounds and over hilly roads 1000 pounds In France and Garmany where they have more improved roads the average load for one horse is 3000 pounds This is one of the reasons why bad roads increase the cost of producing farm crops and it is a strong argument in favor of improving the roads Women Who Suffer Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are the best pain remedy on earth Mother and I have used them for the past yearsMISS 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 irritation Women find great relief from periodical suffer ing by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on first indication of pain or distress The flat package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fells Irt nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter or- I promPtlr obtained In all eoanttie8 Oil 110 nc I tI reKla11tredVNRPONTooptcptabltttl Patentpradw bookOnWhich ones will InformationD j PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C i II I 1 ENTSl k TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ctlateUf atc car pinion tree whether an seaisent free Oldwt ajfeDcr tur lecurlfIII patentl roce1YOIPfd4ISckntific JUttencamAb- aadnmely Illustrated weekly Tnre t dr onlatlon of any ctentlBo Journal Term U a earl four month IL Bold brail newidealera YorkBrracb r Races Vital News Regular are more boldly than over that Roosevelt will indorse Taft Shernfan says that Roosevelt will indorse the Payne Aldrich tariff lllw and the Taft in every I do not believe it I do not believe it because I read loose velt to be too clever a politic ian to put his 0 Kon such a band of criminals as that which dominates the to make no apology for the use of the word criminals the term advis party is today controlled body and soul by the sugar trust the steel trust the harvester trust the lumber trust and other similar each and every one of which is in existence in violation of the antitrust laws of the coun no legal right to exist each of these greedy is a criminal and if the attorney general of the U nited States would do his full duty they would beforced tp Roosevelt does indorse the Taft it will- Ie and ought to be his Waterloo in due allotted time his return from Elbar If Roosevelt openly in- dorses such as Taft and Senator Lodge of Massachu setts it will mean that he deceiv ed the people as to his true sent iment as as the a Roosevelt will not dare indorse Taft for these reasons signed a thrill ht11 which revised the thrill up Taft aid ed Boss Aldrich to cheat the people out of an income tax take same of the burden of taxation oil of the poor and place it upon the Taft used all the power at his command to prevent Speaker Cannon from being GRASS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 13th 6= Nights 6 11000 1000 ISTAKE I IHighClass Running aridI Washington Republicans declaring VicePresident administration particular Republican partyI employ edlyThe Republican organizations tryHaving monopolies corporation dissolveBut administration following triumpant standpatters completely Jolfriesavodthe physicalcondition promisedpersonally wardSecond personally whichwould richThird personally dethroned BLUE FAIR AUGUST 8th to Big Days and d 25000IN Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY Thavius Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company Per Catalogue or further information Address I JOUETTSHOUSE Secretary LEXINGTONKY I is 7 += a rK 14 9 S aS v- yr 4 a h Fourth Taft upheld Ballin her after the latter had been ox posed and discredited as having given aid to Alaska coal land grabbers Fifth Tnfttounseled with Aldrich Lodge HareJ ggen heim Penrose Flint Oaunon Fordney and other representa tives of the special interests aol refused to accept advice from such men as LaFollette Dolliver Cummins Olapp and Murdock Sixth Taft is personally seeking to deTeatLaFollotte and other genuine insurgents because they endeavored to revise the tariff in conformity with the Taft preelecti6upeeche8 4 Senator Aldrichh on February 21 1010 in the Senate when speaking on the subject ofgov ernment expenses said lhere is nonntelligent ob server in Congress or out of it who does tot know that the ex ecutive departments of this government are carried on either under obsolete business methods or without any business methods at all herEttIJI man who has given this subject any atten tion whatever wlf does not throw or believe that tit r least 10 per cent of the thousand million dollars which wetare appropriat ing be saved by the adoptidn of business methods This question of saving 100000000 per year und it can be demonstrated in my judgment that the saving will be much mor than thatIs- a matter that shpuld receive the serious attentioirof Congress If I were u businessniitn and could be permitted too1it I would undertake tortiii this Govern lnent for 30ogt10lessthau itI IS now tuu 4 ftSenator Henry Qhbot Lodge of Massachusetts is posing as the bosom friend of Roosevelt He says T R will campaign for his reelection and Roosevelt has not denied that Herwillgo to Lodges rescue It was only re cently that LaFolleitte of Wis Cousin in a speech in the Senate exposed this same Lodge as the unscrupulous JoolJ f the railroads and other special interests Lodge is by training uud nature unfitted to represeriiny part of the United States in the Senate He can nut outgro the ancient illusion that the business of the Senate is tojegislntpfur the rich regardless of the rights of the poor Unless allsii ns read falsely Mr Lodge Massachu setts who declares the consumer is a myth will bo retired to pri rate life yea and regardless of whether the expresident indors es or refuses to indorse I 011 fGod willing Ill Abe back in Washington next se iinalid it will be forthe Republican ma jority to determine who shall bo speaker r So Spoke Uncle teOar non the other day Speaker Gannon has not the least intuition of retiring from the speakerehip and the public isollly fooling itself to think otherwise has served the corporate interests of the country long undtrfiiitb fully and if the text Houseshould be RepuqlicanUIHletTQe will no doubt be rewarded With nit other term as speaker oIi f To pray that the fnw rfariff has not iloreased the cost of lifas necesiliasstandputtersr cite schedules in which tjoted prices of ifnunufacturedsartlclosl 31 r are the same as before the Al drichTaft law was passed The absurdity of this attempt to de ceive consumers is manifest It is notorious that the textile trust took heroic measures to keep price quotations normal for lighterImaterial Their example was followed by foreign makers who exported to this country a cheaper grade of cotton stockings at the old prices The net result of course if that the consumers must purchase more frequently because shoddy goods wear out quickly Obviously the aggregate cost of lifes necessities grows stead fly as articles bought deterior ate in quality This method of hiding high prices has been boldly justified by eastern trust officials asle gitimate business See advertisement of Hardwick and Company TAKE No2 Al1 w5 735 813 826 842 902 358 403 915 q14 922 430 9138 943 447 005 1115 610 0 K IIts all to for one but not at the ex pense of two r SBTIERLDIirS EYE SALYEtiGood for Nothing but the Eyes FkY1VIILF10 I to take Cardul for your female because we are sure Itroubles you that female remedy OfCARoot has brought relief to other sick women so why not to you For headache backache pans weak ness many have said is the best medicine to take Try Itl in CityP3 DR BELLS ANTIPAIN- For Pains Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay Gardui for their troubles has found to headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness from deranged It does more than relieveif used persistently many have written v to say that it cured them I 1 CARDOIl IJ 37 ItjMIIHelp You w J yx v Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured suffering saythatI a long and fair trial 1 toButAT ALL STORES It sUMiM OF tE TI48LE EastBound WestBoundr No4 Daily Daily PM 2 305 320 334 3571 010 45 956 510 1017 1120 Stations Lexington Vindicator 14E Junction Indian Fields CLAY GITiT Stanton Rosslyn Filson Campton Jnnctlon Natural Bridge TorrentBeattyvillo Jot lg Junction Jackson J right lookout number EifiLE It Remember thousands periodical female It Sold This Internal and External using female Cardui been relieve organs DRUG TJtfE No 1 No5 I SundayEx A M P 1I A M 955 vQ05 1251112 620 e4G 900 5 07n3845 453 tLI0 8 25 435 1042 815 426 854- S 094 20 48 803 414 4l748 357 828 745 365 820 730 341 St5 707 320 7M- I15 225 705- 01cL 220 7 00 The CONNECTIONS are made DniYExcept Sunday RMJIJrf Campton Junction NOR 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Moui 1 tain Central Bajlway hr passengers to rind from CaniptoniKv- Beattyvilla Junction StlR2 will connect with that its A Rail wayfpr lieattyville Ky 0 d K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 d K Rail way for Cannel City Ky and way stations NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER 9Thislnveetlratinte the merits of the same The thmaclpole without a clutch or cog loadingthea ante d to pulverize all manure notice the es I This rnaChinoIs built on acorn mon sense principle of alann- ragonhenceb the mot durable lightest draft lowest downi nce easy toJoadJnto spreader on the market JJkedby ten years AskfoscataingueXHLi CeldwatwrAhler I f-tt