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Digital page images are linked to the text file. of 1 II 1DIi f j1v- f w 1r f tr f TLE j rj I CLAY 7 1t t ITY IMESt i fot t Ilit f 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayC2Jh earroandiog Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher I VOL XV CLAY CITY KYraURSIAY SEPTEMBER la J9IO NO 37 I Must Attend School lDoyou know that if you have n child between the ages ofseven anti sixteen that you are obliged under the law to send it to school Section 267a of theKen tucky Statutes provides that pa 1rents or guardians who have children in their custody or con trol must send them to school regularly all the time during the whole school year Children may be sent to a public private Or parochial school for a full j term equal in length to the full term of the public school in the district in which the child re sidesUAny parent guardian or any other person having the custody cohtrolor supervision df any child embraced within the provision of this act who shall fail to comply with the provisions of this uct shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not ex ceeding one undred dollars or by imprisonment in the county Jail for a period not exceeding fifty days Or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the court Ex 1 To Open Campaign At the Democratic meeting at Lexington A F Byrd the Congressional nominee from this district announced that he would formally open his campaign at Camptou Wolfe county on Mon I J j yti PJ Jf a e would make a number of speeches in every county in the district He said he had perfected a splen did working organization in the various counties 0in the district and that a district committee shortly would be appointed to work in cpujunction with the State committee Mr Byrd ex pressed the belief that the Dem ocrats would yin by a handsome majority this full in this dis trict Winchester Democrat P rWhen you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new spring styles we are showing in mens and young mens suits will appeal to the moSt critical and exacting dresser- It will pay you to see the excellent wetthat appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in andglance throughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and excellece oft fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tested and well r selected much care given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youll agree With us once you sec thorn 1 I 0 Save All the Feed It behooves our farmers to save every article in the shape of feed Pastures will soon be short when frost comes the best ofour pasture is killed that is our Japanese clovor There is an abundance of this clover and broomsedge growing all over the county These two when cut a bout this time or a little earli er make excellent hay for both horses and rattle It is much easier to cut and save this feed now than to have to buy other feed later and it is better to raise less corn each year and save more of this feed Thousands of dol lars worth of feed each year go to waste in this county while our farmers further impoverish their poor soil growing corn ip winter their stock and then in the spring the majority of them have fur too poor animals for their ovvu credit We should all awake to the importance of saving If we can make a living without saving we should make sume npney by saving And if we dont care to lay up fur a ruiny day we cer tainly can U make life easier by being noun economical at the proper tine A Prompt Subscriber Mr W G Blanton who teat ed at Mecca lad a few years a go and who lusmilwayybeenc- onstant reaoer of the Times sends us 150 to pay for his pa pur to July 1st 1013 He says he cannot do without the Times so pays up in time to keep it going If two hundred others will follow the example of Mr Blan ton we will enlarge the Times onefourth bigger and make it otherwise much better Mr Blanton says crops in his part of the statK were never better than they are thus year 0 SHIMFES9ET Sf 1 1 y hr i 00 crcot n n J Male Democratic At the elEf Jon in Maine Mon day the Democrats made an almost clean steep Flaisted the Democratic miminee for Gover nor won by ajlnrality of 8782 according to returns up to date The Demoot s will have thirty six joint ballot in tho Legislature The Senate will consist of tweffity one Democrats and ten Republicans while the House will iave eightyeight Democrats and sixtythree Re publican mersHbers This Legis lattice will elect a Democrat U nited States Senator for the first time in sixfythree years All Shwtfd Raise Price In the recent issue of the Clay City Times Bro Burgher an nounces that after October 1 the subscriptionpuce of that inter esting lit IPaper will be in creased fronuSOc to 100 a year He says the high price of labor matariel aiother necessities of life compel him to make the raise in ord r fo meet expenses All country papers should follow the exampleis the expense of printing them is nearly double what it wasfew years ago and the cost ofjrliving has increased in some instances as much as 200 per centsHazel Green Herald a Cae r lam dl h9en uCj jMilat a are in camp at Fort lBenjamin Harri son near Indianapolis Ind A special train jvent to Jackson Sunday and Drought down the companies from Jackson and Booneville These companies at Lexington joined other com panICS from Oatlesburg Paints nine Grayson and West Lib erty Leases Paper P F Adams has leased the Estill Herald and converted that sheet into a Republican organ The first issue under his manage ment has appeared He has im proved the paper a great deal and promises to be a continued credit to Estill county We wish Bro Adams the success he so richly deserves Good Man for Treasurer Mr H G Garrett has been appointed Treasurer of the Ken tuckyRopublicau Campaign Corn mittee Mr Garrett is a good- man ip the wrong place but so long as he is honest in his policy as we know he is we respect his motives Deaths from Celebrations Two thousand nine hundred and twentythree persons were injured in the Fourth of July celebrations this year of which 181 died Sixtyseven of these deaths were due to tetanus lock jaw following the injury while sixtyfour deaths were the direct result of the injuries A oldmute sold for 895 and a suckling mule for 285 at the Baughman sale last week at SUanfqrd The l ev SdOarier has moved from College Hill to Har Ian whither Ke orders the Times 4ft J to it f 1 dk w1 c Injured in Railroad Wreck Twentynine members of the First Regiment Kentucky Na tional Guard and Lieut Van Winkle of the Second were in jured near Indianapolis Monday when fast express train No 0 of the Big Four crashed into the troop train bearing the soldiers to camp at Fort Benjamin Har rison Maj Mechling and Lieut Van Winkle were the most ser iously injured It is believed both will recover The engineer of the fast train and the fireman of the troop special were instant ly kill and many civilian pas sengers were injured Childhood Impressions The old man may not recall all the experiences all the struggles and triumphs of his early manhood but every feature of his childhood home every little playhouse that he helped his sis ter to build is a photograph pn hIs hearts tablets and can never fade away Perhaps the golden light of eternity will not dim the brightness of that picture What else the heart may forget it can not forget the place of its birth it cannot forget the little brok en cart the sled and the kite the sisters fond caress the brothers generous aid the fath ers counsel the mothers aux ious prayers 9 11 r Jailor1hre which Ir vine can boast that is that it has one of the best if not the best kept court house yards in the State Jailer Elkins is to be congratulated for keeping them in such nice order Estill HeraldMr Elkins was a former resi dent of this city G P Douglas of Levee and his son Charlie Douglas of Lexington 111 were in the city yes terday Mr Douglas from Illi nois says crops in his state are fine this year The report of the Clay City National Bank appears in this is sue which shows this solid old institution to be in its usual healthy condition The theLouisville postoffice for August were 75 07820 an increase of 455 per cent over the same period of last year The Republican Primary comes off in the Elerunth district to day Both Powers and Edwards claim the victory The prevailing cool weather reminds us that frost is in the air It is fine to ripen both corn and tobacco Mr and Mrs James Douglas of Northmiddletown were here this week the guests of rela tives The first days attendance at the Kentucky State Fair was 21 500 breaking previous records Misses Fannie and Eva Reed of Oynthiana are visiting their cousin Miss Grace ShimfesseL Attorney Williams of Louis rville son of J D William of this city is visitiughis father A Coining Slang Words IThe slang words are still being coined Young men are never I f known by their own names and lt- It is quite common to say now ftoREPORT OP THE CONDITION r op THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in the state of Kentuckyrat the close of business Sept 1 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 9168803 Overdrafts secured and un secured 46S9fi4 USBonds to secure circuln 50000 CO Premiums on U 8 Bonds COO CO Bonds securities eto 15010 CO Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 3CCOOO Other real estate owned 140163TDuo from Natl Banks not reserve agents 90 l2 Due from approved reserve agents 1851085 Notes of othe Natl Banks 100 CO Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 1078 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK via Specie 540325 540325 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5 ofcirTn 250000 Total 188505 Jfc LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In50000 00 Surplus fund 0600 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 370012 Natl bank notes outstanding 50000 Oi Due to State and Private Bank al dB n y 232 DuotOpprgvedRoscrvoAgents 105 72 Dividends unpaid 3000 Individual deposits subject to check 76320 44 Notes and bills rediscounted 2550 00 Total 188505 CO STATE OF KENTUCKY ssCOUNTYI A T Whitt Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief A T Whitt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before ins this 8th day of Sept 1010 P Henry Notary Public My Commission expires at the end of the next regular session of the senate CORRECT Attest Jno D Atkinson M H Courtney Directors B B Smith Cot Roosevelt in nsplech atOin cinniti last week said more power was needed to master the rich and defended the doctrine of New Nationl1lislJ1 against business monopolyMerchants Praise Dr Boils IineTirfoney J W McDaniel Etherton Ills says There is no medicine which equals it for coughs colds Grippe asthma and Bronchitis Look for the Bell on the Bottle John W Henry the photogra pher for the next thirty days will make your photo for you If you want pictures go see him and let him do your work while you can got it to Money Found Pocketbook containingmoney and check found Tuesday in the road on top of Old Furnace moun tain Owner can get same by satisfactory evidence of owner ship and paying for this notice A0 Estes- 1Valtersville Ky See advertisement of Hardwiok and Company Dr BellsPineTar Honey For Cough and Colds 1 i d i j h 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sotscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept15 1910 Democratic Keynotes of the Campaign When a woman purchases 10 worth of woolen dress goods 487 represents the value of the good and 518 the amount of the tariffThis is because of the Payne Aldrich ad valorem tariff of 105 per cent Or in other words or each 1 worth of woolen dress goods imported the Payne Aldrich law levies a tax of 105 The consumer must pay the 1 value and the 105 tariff or 20 for one dollars worth of goods This is but one of a thousand illustrations that could be sub mitted to show how the tariff af fects the cost of living Here is another sample illus tration for the tariff arithmetic lass which is composed of some 90000000 American consumers all of whom are more or less dis satisfied with the awful increase in prices A suit of clothes having an im port price of 10 and which costs an Englishman 10 when ready to put onall wool and tailor made pays at the custom house an ad valorem tariff of 80 percent or 8 per suit making the suit cost the American when it is put oq18 disreglrdiJg transportation and retail profits- Auothercomparison AnEng lish woman carpeting a room lei foot square with ingrain carpet two ply would use 80 yards at a dollar a yard flat or would pay 80 An American woman using the same carpet would pay 2870 tariff at the custom house which would make the carpet cost her 5070 The following table shows a number of common articles of consumption the ad valorem tar if rate under the new Republican tariff law the real value of the articles and the tariff addi tion on the basis of 10 pur chasesAmtof tariff rate Real value Tariff Sugar 80 per cent tG 375 Glassware 60 625 375 Vindowglass84 543 457 Soay 46 684 310 Machinery 45 6 89 311 Tinware 45 089 3 11 Metal tools 45 089 311 Stockings SI a dozen 88 531 469 Shirts 60 1 625 375 Blankets 107 483 517 Flannels 40c a yard 144CI 409 691 Those who approve of the sent iments of such genuine progres sives as Victor Murdock of Kansas will be disappointed if they expect that the Republican par ty proper has any intention of carrping out such ideas This is made plain in the Republican text book issued by the Republi can congressional committee The campaign took emphatically does not recognize insurgout Republi cans as Republicans and thereby tactily serves to the pub lie that if the next House is Re publican the people neednot expect the ideas of progressives carried outThe Republican textbook hovever officially in i i t Fw dorses sentiments of the Aldrich OanhonQuggenhoirii typo of Re publicans as being Simonpun Republicanism As the Demo cratic campaign book accepts tin sentiments of many of the genuine progressive Republicans as being truiy Democratic it would seem that the surest way to secure progressive legislation would be by voting the Democrats ticket In spite of anything the pro gressives can do or say Oannon ism and Republicanism are syn onymous Time record of the last Congress proves this beyond suc cessful contradiction Page 8 490 of the Congressional Record shows that on March 19a resolu tion was reported providing for unteating Oannon as speaker Of the entire Republican membership only the following nine voted to unseat 0innon Mur dock of Kansas Cooper Gary Nelson and Lenroot of Wiscon sin Lindburgh and Davis ol Minnesota Poindexter of Washington and Gronna of North Da kota Thus it is undisputable that Cannonism dominates all but one twentyfourth of the Re publican party This is the tins wer we get by dividing 219 the total Republican membership oi the House by 9 the number of Republicans who voted to unseat N Oannon Even if every one of the genuine progressive Republican eon gressional candidates is elected Cannonism will reign in the House of Representatives if that body liar a Republican majority As the regulars will outnumber the progressives in Republican caucus Uncle Joe or some one satisfactory tot iePlt4Gunril will be nominated for the speak ership The only sure way to kill Oannonism is to deprive the Republican membership of Jon gress of the balance qf power and to replace a Republican president with a Democrat Tha Republican partv de clares the Republican textbook stands for the imposition of such duties as will equal the dif ference between the cost of production at home and abroad to gether with a reasonable profit for American industries It is true the Republicans promised such a revision in the 1008 platform but it is safe to predict no Republican candidate office will declare that the tariff was ever revised on that basis All genuine progressive Republi cans are on record as stating that the promise was ignoredas com pletely as if it had never been made Revision of the tariff on the basis indicated would have been a big downward revision while the Republicans revised it upward by 171 A 5000000 ship subsidy grab and a central government bank are two good bets in the event of the next House of Represanta tives retaining its present Re publican majority If the House is Democratis it is anvequally good bet that special privilege will be disappointed on both propositions Some papers may be justified in complaing about the duplica tion of articles in local contemporaries but it is not far them that use plate or patent sheets forin the use of pse time same matter that is printed in thousands of papers all overI Jthe country U Accordingtor6ports whicl have been made to MrTaf Maine is in danger of going Dem ocratic Thatiinews is too good to be true1 Frankfort News And it is about as true JS thetvildrutiiors that start about the world coning to an enc shortly Maine is a true Repub licau state mid will remain as such long after the present edi tor of the News is wfitingedi torials in some other clineEs till Herald The unanimous nomination of A Floyd Byrd by the Demo crats of the Tenth district wil add another to the list of Demo crats who will represent Ken tacky in the next Congress Clay City Times You may believe this Bro Bur gher but there are several thou sand voters in thus district who will have to be shownEstill Herald Vv Maine held her election Mon day elected Democratic Gov error by 5QOO majority at leasi two of the four Congressmen all d the Legislature is most like Iv Democratic which means if this State electsa United State Senator this year he will also lit a Democrat Further comment unnecessary We still believe Byrd will win in Kentucky and and just as easily at least as any Democrat has won in the True Republican State of Maine Save 50 cents by subscribing for the Times during Septembet Aft er Oct 1st the rates will be 81 OC per year Pay pnow See advertisement of Hardwick and SPOUTkRINM ri i Thos McKinney is building anew tobacco barn Alex Kirby hw a fine lot oi watermelons for which he finds ready sale at good prices John Neal is moving back tc Clay City John is a good neigh bor whom we regret to lose B F McKmneyof Flanagan station Olark county was here last week on a business tour Tobacco crops are fine in this section though the acreage is light Some crops are now be ing cut Miss Jeannette Tipton whose illness was noted in our last correspondence has recovered and resumed her school + riday W J Christopher sold thir teen head of one thousand pound steers to Henry Q isen berry of Clark county at live cents per pound Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Alercurjf 1 ae mercury will surely destroy the sense of sense of smell and com pletely derange the Whole system when entering it through the mu cous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold tothe good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney d Co Toledo 0 contains no mer cury and is taken internallynoting directly on the blond mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It id taken internally rind made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney and Co Testi monial free f Sold by ruggistsyycPrice 75e per bottle fs 1 e Take flails Fpmlly JtV llJorcon stipation h l WIJ tot PRICES tt iF or Y i1 f Hardwick and COii All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in summer weight and weights good for the year around and mens and boys hats at greatly reduced prides 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 th place to find them We will also give you cut prices in many of our stews in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large out on buggies These cut prices are for cash or its equivolentwhich is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange for merchandise All goods charged of course will have to be a price with a profit to it HardickCo I STANTON o e j c USE HOPE f J Free tiNO MILLS I FLOUR a 20 Gold Piece passes from one person to another it is without a af its We all it is worth the amount upon I it the same our Safeguarded scientific tests for purity and it to you fullof and lifesustaining properties and is to light whole some bread etc Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky +01 + 101 + + ++ 0110 01 + + + + 2 oM + oJ tF2 +to++ + I WITIII SON iIt TliWjLioruIlnpT rinixniiCQ Agents4 of ICoiituolcv+ i i 200000000w t+ t w Represented f+ + t Every one who knows anything know J they are in this lIne i 44 111oJt + + r Fruit Ornamental TREES Everytwo for QRCI1ARD AWN and GA DENJ ONeNILLIONStrawberry Plenty i Catalogue I gee fa H FNilenmeyerL e 2 SQni LeXINGTON KYi- nN I IrnN II rhnrrMrr- rr 4 When t accepted question to value know stamped Just with flour by strenght comes nutriment warranted make rolls cakes H Eastern about insurance leaders and IJ It WE BU- YWOOL HIDESANDfcim r hllkilenxe iHtftt ria thai r yatasatiaueua 6iale- Rekeee iR uk U LnitTillt We fUll iralBlHFeKlooateh I WiIcficeit I esMSAKL ft SONS Utkrilk KT IIpr Heirs Antiseptic al Good for all Skin 9ri I i IJ t t ESt1 A i AJ t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAP R c f THURSDAY Sept 15 1010 f LOCAL BREVITIES I See advertisement of Hardwiek fnrifl Company The Times after October 1st I per year The Kentucky State Fair opened at Louisville Mondayc 1 J Chase of Levee was here Saturday transacting business After October 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money Mrs Charlie Groves of cinnati visited relatives in OlayI Oity last wepkcMr and Mrs Bert Barnett of near Mt Sterling visited friends in the county last weektOur city schools are progres sing nicely under the principal ship of Miss Bernice Clark- s P R Shimfessel of Lexington visited relatives in the city and county the last of the week For use on Face and Hands Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the best It is a creamy snow white ointment and one 25c box will lastI threemonthsfEvery day the papers tell us what the Oolonel has done orI isaid It is simply disgusting Reuben Tipton of Winchester was here Thursday night visiting J his daughter Mrs W R Burgher h s Toplier Daniel Claude Sons I Tom and Allen Rose have all gone to Georgia to get employ I mont tWhatto do in Case of Accident t If skin is broken apply Dr Bells I Anti Paln at once and the wound will heal qnickly and never get soref Used internally and externallyI Mrs J B Eaton and Miss Bertha Mapel are attending the big exposition now going on in Cincinnati Both BrodhoadGarretts big saw mill and planing millwere closed down the latter part of the week for repairs Blood PolsonjIs prevented by applying Dr Bells AntiPain to cuts scratches and Ihruises It destroys all septic mat ter enables the wound to healwith I F out soreness Be sure to get Dr Bells riThe sixmonthsold child of Will Smethers died in this city Sunday and was buried Monday at Powells Valley Mr and Mrs G M Coulee of Montgomery county spent Sat urday and Sunday with Dr and Mrs W O Martin Best ever Used I A B Heinlein Harrison Idaho I says I have used Dr Bells Pine TarHoney for coughs and colds and it is the best I have ever tried Look for the Bell on ihej ifottfe The Kentucky Conference to which the Methodist church in this f city belongs will meet at Harrodsburg 21st inst the i q S It Chapman Massao Kyays t I used Dr Hells antiseptic tSalve1 on my bands which were sore and find it the best 1ever toed It curedthem completey- t 1 lCt t t 1 1 IIi M Witt a former resident- of this county but now of Kansas Oity is visiting relatives in Powell and Estill comities There will bea Sutfday School Convention at StantOn Ky Sept 17 and 18 Everybody invited to attend this meeting rBest In the world- J W Hyatt merchant of Warren N C weites Please sendenclosed order by mail Sutherlands Eagle Eys Salve is the beat eye remedy in the world 25c It is time for the assessor to onic round again and dont for get that dog Remember its a ten dollars fine if you fail to list Dr E O Guerrant President of the Society of Soul Winners which places hini at the High Orphanage paid the home visit last week It Saved His Leg All though Id lose my leg whites J A Swensen of Water own Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure hadat last laid me ur Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it- ound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Tores Burns calls Cuts and Piles 25c at SwannDiy Lumber Cos store After October let Times 81 00 peryenr Renew before that date save money Injured by Automobile J Morris Ramsey formur husK- iness man of this city now Cash ier of the Bowling Green Na tional Bank was out driving last week with Mrs Ramsey and was run into by an automobile The buggy was completely demolish ed Mrs Ramsey lids three ribs bsoken and Mr Romsey was cutup pretty badly about the head Dont Break Down Severe strains dj thevital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns Xou cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to yourself If you are weak or run down or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirklund Illwrites That I did npt break down while enduring a mostsevere strain for three months Is due wholly to E lectric Bitters Use them anden oy healty and strength Satisfaction positively guaranteed 50c at Swami Day Lumber Cbi store E fiEYOLVING I3B I EAV etavratrc vaiE stttONL ntier l SINS xe Ca OE KALBILC KANSAS CnYMO Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood fThesubstantial lawn ftnd jnr 1- den fence built Write for catalog of JUWTI field hoi land pptiUry ienri- sDCI1lIBFEiEt tra I DcKaIbIH EarnVfr B Mrs OharlieDouglasofBloom ington iilVjif Mrs T J Douglas of Levee Arid Mrs J F Martin Jr of Vinton are visiting Mrs Wtn 0 Martin R W Garrett weighedup thirty l000pound steers yester to ZiJT Conner of Olark county About onehalf of the bunch wer plain cattleiSave 50 cents subscribing for the Times during Septenibet Aft er Oct 1st trio rates will be 81 00 per year Pay up now The Appalachian Exposition opened at JKnoxvillo at noon Mon day for a months season Various spectacular nHrnrticma hove heen engaged and the exhibits are said to be wonderful Sore Eyes of Three Years Standing cured Miss Efllo Faulkner Npw Castle PiiwriteR Sutherlands Eagle eve Save cured me of n cnpn Of eoro eyes ot three yens stand ink iCheerfully recommend it to anyone irineel of such a remedy Henry E Youtsey was denied permission to attend the funeral of his father at Newport Veri ly the ways of men in the peni tentiary are hard yet there are not half as many there as need to be there fhe labor 4f 250 convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary wits last week leased to A D Martin of Frankfort at 77t cents per day The Hoge Montgomery company leased the labor of 150 other convicts at 75 debits per day The llast of a Fiend would have ben about as welcome to A Cooper ol Osweeo N Y as a merciless larig rackingcough that defied all rout t iSfor years It was most trout esome at night he writes notlii g helped me till I used Dr Kinks Nev Discovery which completely I never could nt night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore mugs lugrippe asthma hem orrhage croup whooping cough or hay fever Jt relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 8100 Trial bottlp free Tts positively guaranteed by SwannDayLumber Co The Times 8100 per year after October lilt MMM i M W Y V 4 CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 e THE WnsroHESlJDR BANK OF WiNonsTKn Kv hf N HOLLY WiTHBnapooN PRISM W K SPRAIt ASJIIElRt t I YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED to I + oJII to + 1011 Jo + + 1J pnAUPPIN1 t Watchmaker i i Jeweler e Kinds of Watch and Clock IAll on Short Notice and IJ Terms SATISPAC d TON GUARANTEED Une of rt t Call andsee spectaCles1 t River Hotel B CLAY CITY t ++ + + + + +++ r Died In the Asylum Clarence Patton died at Lex ington and was brought back here and buried Friday under the auspices of the Knights of Phythias Lodge For four years past Mr Patton had been confin ed in the Lexington asylum Ho was a son of Pony Patton who lives near this city and who has thesympathy of a host of friends A Man of Iron Nerve oftr Indomitable will 11energyStomach Liver Kidneys and Bow els are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen bruin and strong body 25c i SwannDay Lumber u r6 Dr Pierces Prescription diseasesdisordersonly preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu inthesystemTHEand no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient on eachoutside bottle wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath canget r druggistwho betrulted t may be your itself See that you get what you eat for r I Excellences Strength durability safety and utility are com m The Studebaker Wagon yearsironmadebyget a Studebaker wagon book and us show you how good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We Grubbs Benton Ky I fM lit1mal A Y CLAY CITY BANK I Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars a j Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits One Dollar start an account in our Savings Department I WHY NOT START ONE TODAY fd fiil w SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as tboitndard poultry remedy of the world its the ono remedy can bo depended on wltp absolute certainty to euro and prevent cf eases OOp towli liojltdyuad trajninfl Mso A SiV bftitln tII is 3 Fallens uMncdltUtC For tho trcuui ilarUioail end ether Jiex1CIi In turiis Mn W V Ralston hive been raising chickens II Uouibon Poultrr Cute If themojt GapesII have ever used for Cholera and and use sat CompanysT IItOletFavorite life Wagon let IStudebaker Winchester IifjNATIONAL jCLAY will that RoupI IB IOUflI Mr ailed FPChTrhiiadrtiJi cg ty giving them 110m tilITIJII1earI Ia sum cute fr Bourbon Remedy Co + SffSr t SSSSr u s 1 At All Leading Druaotsta 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Frea S2ikSwannrDay Lbr Co Hardback Go Clay City Stanton I v SENATOR PAYTO 19 A HUSTLER IN PUSHING LEGISLATION FOR THE PEOPLE Holds Place on Many Impor t tant Committees His Decisions on the Kentucky Ap pellate Bench Supported by the United States Supreme Court Frankfort KyFew United States senators In the middle of a first erm j have had as much cause to feel satls fled with the standing they have at talned as Thomas II Paynter of Kentucky Not only are his committee assignments all that he or his friends could reasonably have desired and expected but during the three years and little more that Senator Paynter has been In the upper branch of Congress he has made a number of speeches that have been pronounced decidedly creditableHe from time to time when ho really had something to say and felt that he could accomplish something for the benefit of his constituents or for the general welfare of the nation presented his iewsIHelps Shape Legislation As will be shown further along In this article Senator Paynter has accomplished considerable in tho way of legislation during his term He is a member of seven committees and f H PAYNTER i United States Senator from Kentucky six of them are rated as Important ones The committees on which he Is serving are Judiciary Philippines Privileges and Elections District of Columbia Industrial Expositions Claims and Investigate Trespassers Upon Indian Lands I It will bo seen at a glance that his work on practically all his comm ttees calls for activity for there are many bills of local national and Intelnation al interest to be considered He served three terms In the House of Representatives having become a member of that body durinthe mem orablo Fiftyfirs Congress when Thomas B Reed of Maine was its Speaker It was by act of that Congress that the direct tax collected by the United States was refunded to the several states In the previous Con gress which was Democrat c so tar as the House WOP concerned there was a stubborn flhuuter ago nst this proposition led by Hoprerentaive Jim Burnes of Missouri William C Gates of Alabama call others When the bill was passed In the Fiftyfirst Congress Mr Pyntt was the only Kentucky Democrat member of the House who worked and voted for It and as a result of hl error s Kentucky got over 000000 In cash nnd the whole amount was placed to the credit of the school fund and Is now drawing C per cent Interest Law Made It Sacred It was later made sacied by the con stitution of the state and therefore can not be used for any other purpose Mr Paynter served three terms or Fix years in tho House and was for It ur years a member erf the elections commit no while the Democrat were In control This brr ugh him Into prominence on the floor n connection with the contests that were deckcd In his six years service thcro he also took prrt In tie tariff debates on taro of those bills that became lawsthe 5ltlcKinley and tho WI son bills Elected Kentucky Judge iWblle a member of the House of lv s Mr Payater wa fleeted a Judge of She Kentucky Coarte or Appeals for a term of elsht years Li and was for another term k see ngv alipgethor Tee yt rn on hisrt l lent m 7 1 9 w e site by the voters of the state During his first term on the bench the greatest question perhaps which came up was decided by the court of appeals It was whether the banks of the dlite had an IIV A IUIC wLLetN- with the state that exempted them from the payment of county and mu nicipal taxes The court stood four for the irrevoc able contract and three against Judge Paynter wrote the dissenting opinion that they did not have nn Irrevocable contract and were subject to the same tax as any other taxpayers were com polled to pay In 15 months afterward his dissenting opinion was made the opinion of the court which overruled tta previous opinion The supreme rout of tho United States tustalccS Judge Paynters view of the saw Judge Paynter was elected to the Senate for the term commencing March 4 1907 and was formally sworn in in Deoember of that year when he actively entered upon the discharge of his duties in the upper branch ol Congress At the very beginning he took part in the discussion upon the financial bill During his first session he vigorously urged the passage of a law to relieve growers from the tax on leaf tobacco sold by hand The Senate had steadily refused to give them any relief The next year during the extra ses slon called by President Taft for the special purposes of revising the tariff the matter was again under discussion in the Senate and Senator Payntet made a strong and what proved later to bo a convincing argument for the proposition He also urged before the Democratic caucus that this relief should be given the growers of tobac co In Kentucky and In the other states In which the staple Is produced His fellow Democrats assured him they would be solid for tho proposition and they wore and with some Republican support it went through and the Republican leaders had to submit The relief finally came though not as full as had been hoped for Senator Paynter participated from time to time lu the tariff debate during the special session and throughout the long contention never cast a vote lor- an I incroase of duty upon any article but voted always to levy and collect duties upon a revenue basis Assigned to Judiciary Committe It is considered a high compliment for any one to be asalgned to membership on the Judiciary Committee of the Senate Most of tho lawyers in the Senate hope sooner or later to get a place on this committee Many of the newer Senators have aspirations In this direction but they are not selected even when their chances appear to be good After serving only two sessions the Democratic Steering Com mittee and the Republican Committee on Committees unanimously decided to increase the membership of the Ju diciary Committee in order to give Senator Paynter a place on it It was as unusual a compliment as it was a flattering one that tho Kentucky Sen ator bad extended to him Among many other pieces of legis latlon Senator Paynter has been prom inently connected with the following as may be cited as evidences of his activity I He aided in passing a childs labor bill for the District of Columbia intended to be something of a model for tho rest of the country Work Against Loan Sharks He assisted in passing a bill to protest the people of the city of Washing ton against the loan sharks of the Dit trlct of Columbia and secured amend j monty to prevent future extortion Un der the provisions of the measure passed by the Senate the rate of interest was heavily reduced penalties were prescribed and the makng of contracts was regulatedI He secured the adoption ol an amendment to the employers liability bill conferring concurrent jurisdiction upon state and federal courts An Im portant provision of tae bill is that when an action Is brought in a state court It can not be removed to a fed oral court but must be tried there j Concerning this amendment Senator Halo said I This is a noteworthy advance in the direction of maintaining the con stantly dwindling force of state juris- dIction and state control So for one I believe in every form of litigation that will preserve the right of the states the right as I believe ae lngn- aUy contemplated by the framors ol the constitution I congratulate the senate upon having taken the first step In the right dlroctlonISpoke on Senator Paynter participated In the debate during the present session on the railroad rate bill and spoke soy eral times on various important qua Lions arising while it was under con lderatlont Hq o etd anoiher amendment that provided thatwli frate went into effect and the Qu enon of the rlsht of the railroad to increase the rate was in litigation the railroad company un til It was flpttlw should iflvo tho shipper a receipt showing the amount paid under the increased rate and what it would have been under the old rate and It it was finally found that the old rate should stand then the carrier should fay to the party paying the freight rate the difference between the old and the Increased rate and it should bQ paid at tho office of the carrier where it was paid upon presentation of the receipt or bill of lading thus avoiding litigation or adjustment of accounts This clause in the railroad bill and which Senator Paynter offered was passed unanimously by the senate On the Bribery Committee Senator Paynter lsja minority memo her of the F eclal committee appointed by the Senate to lnvtjstlgate the bribery charges in connection with the election of Senator 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