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I 7 1 7 C 0 1 vJ I J 1 1 1N t c l J tI1E r r LAY r CITY TIMESI 50 Cents a Year in AdvanceWe are Here to help Clay iitheSurrounding Conntry and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KYt THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 J9IO NO 38 The Waste Basket If some day the newspa er man should print the contents of his waste busket there would proba bly be a riot remarks an exchange There would certainly be trouble in many homes arrests in some di rection shotguns in others trouble all around But the patron never sees the waste basket He only glances at the beautifully printed pages complains ifone letter in fifty is upside downgrowls his disappointment if ono name in five hundred has happened to go wrong kicks because his communication signed Tax Payer has beer COPS clensed into respectable English frowns because the editor didnt take his advice about publicly warning his neighborhood against throwing more melons in the alley and is generally disgruntled not so much at what he fails to find He knows his share of the waste bas ketobutf he could have one look at the contributions made to that receptacle by his neighbors and friends he would be thankful for the existence of aman with until cient intelligence and courage not to print all he knows and to temper even that which he does print Weeds aadJBushes There is a law la Indiana that requires land owners to cut the weeds thistles and bushes along i tj Pp lO aaim fl i tlt first of JJlvto the 20th oft Au gustThis is not only the law but it ij enforced and the result is that grass is allowed to grow and beautify the waste land and the fence rows are not growing full of bushes rotting down the fenc es The farmers in this State might add much to the beauty of their farms by keeping the fence rows clean Warsaw Leader j When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new spring styles we are showing in mens andyoung mens suits will appeal to the most critical and exacting dresser- It will pay you to see the excellent range of styles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in andglance throughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were testedand well 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 withus once you see them Should Come to Powell County We are of the opinion that the best values in farm land to be found in this county at the present time lie in the old worn out lands in cerrain sections of the county There is a lot of this kind of land that can be purchased at less than twenty dollars an acre and every acre of it is capable of producing cer tain grasses that will in a few years make it fertile and desira ble farming land Good land in the county sells anywhere from thirty to one hundred dollars an acre and it is not likely that it will ever lIe less in price This cheap land can be made good cultivable land in a few years by the proper kind of treatment and its value will be enhanced many foldFalmouth Outlook Ftee Boosters This is about the time of year when newspaper then are receiving letters from men they do not know and possibly never heard of calling attention to the fact that they are candidates for of fice and any favors by way of publicity and good words will be appreciated The appreciation should be reciprocal and along with the gentle VarniaJer should come the usual rates of so much per line This is te era of advertising and itapplieds xar of Iff ldQ A R W 11 P ltA itA+ faretoibeshown it houhji b ftothe latter who are aUtheVearrpuud advertisers not the politician who appears only occasionally and forgets all about his nousj 1M benefactor when boosted into office Elder A Easter will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening The pas tor Elder Z Bull is engaged in e vangelical work at other places for the present time SIlIMFESSELS c DemocraticiCampalgn Book 5The National Con Bsional Committee has issued I tsOampaiirtBookand is now distributing it The Committee has no undsTsave as it obtains them through contributions and is selling thid ook at 1 per copy or for 50 cents a copy in lofs of ten or more The book ie replete with valu able matter apd is said to be the best Book ever issued Every Democrat should have it and in year of Democratic effort for supremacy should glad ly contribute to the Committee by purchasing the book The Committee dill valiant service in Maine with notable results and if Democrats everywhere will rise to the occasion by their dollar cotitrabutions the Democratic sun will aide triumphantly not to set for flf ty years to come Send your orders or1 contribu times to F F Glarrett Treasurer Democratic Campaign Commit tee 821 15th1Street Northwest WasliingtonbC The SHikcr Colony The famou ShnkertOvn Socie ty has ceasedfto exist At one timCjbefore imo Civil Warit was very fiourisht and owned three thousand aCriIofUl e finest land in Il entucl y lne vUeg houses were built OP r th thoeU- substadtiu 1lirl lr maim ufactures especially of shoes brooms and t preserves were known every where When the war begain much moneywas owing to them in the South for mules and other stock sold and the loss of this crippled them financially much of the land was sold and recently but little has been heard of them The order does not believe in mar riage and for many years recruits have been few From a numer ous colony the number has dwin dled to fourteen the youngest of whom is over seventy years of age This week the remaining property consisting of eighteen hundred acres of land andnu merous buildings worth in nil about 150000 were sold to Geo Bohou of Harrodsburfi for five thousand dollars and his agreement to take care of the present members for life and give them decent burial after death The 5000 is hold in trust for that purpose and after the death of the last Shaker all the property goes to himjn fee simple Win chester Democrat The Boones Creek Baptist As fociation of which Powells Val ley church is a member held a most profitable session with the Allensville church Clark county The next session will bo held with the Baptist church at Ir vineMr J W Dawson of Spout Spring Estill county has bought out Jas Powell of Winchester Ky and will engage in the mercantile business after November first Estill Herald JF Clark has bought the patent right in this county for a pinless clothes line which seems to be a good tagThee line stills readily for IIiI r A Democratic Landslide The election in Maine on Sep tember 12 resulted in the great est victory that the Maine De mocracy has had in more than fifty years The Democrats swept the Pine Tree State electing three Congressmen out of five and an overwhelming Democratic legislature which insures a Democratic Senator in the next CongressThis is a sure indica tion of the great Democratic landslide that will take place in November as even a close Re publican victory indicated in the past a Democratic victory in the nation as Maine is a rockribbed Republican state It wap exactly twenty years a go that the Democratic party won its greatest victory since the days of Andrew Jackson In 1800 the Democrats elected 240 mem bers in the House of Represen tatives and the Republicans e lected a little measly 89 This was a revolt against the high handed rules of Speaker Reed of Maine during the Harrison ad ministration Time tremendous revolt that is going on now over the country and which will un doubtedly result in a greater Democratic landslide in Novem ber than that of i890 is due to njarteax t totieklglhband- adipel roil bnei in the House supplpmerjtedEby the crushing of Senator Aldrich in ruling the Senate They even hoodwinked President Taft When a party remains in pow er for a long time the leaders cease to be merely leaders and endeavor to become musters and remain so until the people get a whack at them When we want Czars to rules us like Cannon and Aldrich wo will go to Russia and enjoy that luxury in its greatest fullness Senator Hale of Maine evi dently held his ear to the ground for a long time before ho decid ed not to be a candidate for reelection to the Senate He is doubtless very glad that he an nounced his withdrawal from the race as the Democrats have an overwhelming victory in the leg islature which insures a Demo cratic Senator from Maine the first one since the war Not on ly that but Henry Cabot Lodge the cookoo from Massachusetts is going to find that his learned and cultured Massachusetts con stituency is tired of his scolarly nourishes in the National Capi tal and Massachusetts Rhode Island and Connecticut are un doubtedly going to follow the example of Maine and send Demo cratic Senators to tho next Con gress They have found out that the ultimate consumer is no myth as Senator Lodge used to call them Stray Horse Strayed from R L Shimfessols place Wednesday night July 14th large gray horse with head swollen Will pay anyone for his keep and trouble of notifying mo of his finding Stephen Short Estill county Iron Mound Ky The Times 100per year after October letr Value of Oood Roads A rural community cannot de velop adequately without goal roads and a really prosperous community will not put up with bad roads Not long ago the writer was in one section where CO bushels of wheat 50 bushels of coal 2 tons of hay or 2 ton of ground limestone was a twohorse load Since that he has been in a community whero 1500 pounds is a load when the roads are dry and a less amount when they are muddy In the first instance the roads are as good in winter as summer so that hauling may be done when farming cannot al though there is stillroom for a great deal of improvement In the second instance the roads became almost impassible in win ter and are at their best when farm work is prqssing Good roads increase the a mount that can be hauled two or trhee times and enable one to travelabout twice as fast in light vehicles and many times moro comfortably Distance ceases to be a barrier when good roads connect the parts of a communi ty The price of real estate ad vances and good citizens are at tracted to itsSouthern Agri culturist The Police Court turned into the city treasury in the past thir- tydnysutnorortlian n100tThi8 speaks a great deal for Judge Fletcher and Chief Pottit The good fall rains we are having keeps the corn growing Corn planted in March is still too green to cut after a growing sea son of five months The Kentucky Conference is in session at Harrodsburg this week Rev Robt N Bush of the local Methodist church is attending from Clay City All kinds of fruit in Powell county is short this year even the persimmon crop is almost a a complete failure Dr and Mrs J W Williams have rcturnned from a visit to the big exposition now going on at Cincinnati F A Lyon Jr is dead at Beattyville Mr Lyon was May or Beattyville and a rising young attorney t Mr and Mrs T T Little of Manchester are visiting relative in the city The SwunnDay Lumber plan ing mill started up again Mon day Merchants Praise Dr Bells PineTirIIoney I 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 get it- See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and ColdS 11 r a THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEtiV THUKSUAY J U Burgher Publisher Satscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Sept22 1910 I Did ItITold You So In each community there is to bo found some young person whose character and attainments tire so far above the average as to arouse the admiration and and pride of relatives and friends In the discussion of this young persons success you find also one or more kind souls who will tell you in strict confi deuceiI gave him his start Ho has always come to me for advice I picked him up when no one else believed in him 1 gave him his first job I taught him when he was a mere laIand so on In part at least this may be true Good friends give good advice some times lend material did occa sionally stimulate our lagging courage and thus really do give us a start in life occasionally help us to our feEtIt after we have fallen and once in a great while prove the making of us In a way we value their efforts at the time their service is rendered We think we appreciate their care and counsel but only tIn long afteryears can teach us the full meesure of gratitude andwe must needs too often pour out our thanks in vain tears above a fresh mound of earth In each community also there is a failure a young person deaf to counsel and blind to op portunity whpis actuated by neither personal ambition nor the love of action If he be not vicious he has at least the ape pearance of uselessness Ac quaintances may speak in undertones of his shortcomings and in secret pity his unfortunate fami ly For him they have scant sympathy and in general exclude him from the circle of their ac quaintance Blame is his portion and usually most generally meted to him eI warned his parents I tried to get him to do betterIIcounseled him a gainst that course I told yo- usoall this and more do we hear All admit their negative influence over this unfortunate being and disclaim any responsibility for his inefficiency or lack ofcharacterSouthern School Journal In 1890 wasshortage of currency Bryans plan was the free coinage of silver This would have been all right but it scared half the party to death and the Democrats since then have been in the back yard Bad it not have been for that scare the g o p would never have seen the light of day nmoreThere is consistency in selling an 181J fiO cent paper for CO cents now as there is in selling 10 cent meat in IbOG at 10 cents now or as hiring farm hands now at 50 cents be cause they worked fpr that then had saved more money than they can now at 1 Powell county can raise tobac co and be bothered with neither the pool nor night riders hut no place where tobacco is grown can rid itself of the tobacco trust wThat fellow in South Dakota who interrupted Teddy with the question as toIwho was paying the expenses of his trip made a mistake Ho should have asked him the name of the trusts he busted when he was president and the names of the big thieves he sent to the peniten tiary This would have been a soaker A snbscriher calother day to congratulate the Times for its good work in converting Republi cans to Democrats This high cost of living with no increase of earn ing power is doing more in a day toward making Democrats than a thousand papers like even the Times We always knew withe nough rope the Republican party would eventually hang itself The Olay Oity Times heldout for reasonable pricesDemocrat- ic prices as long as possible but was forced to raise 50 cents be cause all we buy has gone up more than 50 per cent All things must rise together or sink and the Times dont want to sink The Court of Appeals having waked up from its summerss nap should give some decision in our local option election case in time to vote on the question ev ery three years as the law pro vides The three years will soon be up Langley says they call him sometimes standpatter some times an insurgent sometimes an out ttndout nntl sometimes an inandout Republican at Wash ington but up here we call him Promissory H John bucuuse the name fits Its naturally in them when the Republican ndniinistration dt Frankfortkwas- fora lopHnra rtfiujB5 man To fill a vacancy iirthe Circuit Judges place over in the Mercer district they just appoint ed an L N lawyer When any other party but the Democratic party gets defeated itchanges its name and switches to one side or the other but the Democratic party stands up square and faces the music until better days appear The only hope Caleb Powers had of the nomination in the beginning was that he was in the Goebelconspiracy and when tey proved it on him his majori ty was made ten thousand A man may go North East South or West but he will never find a place inhabited by human beings that he can buy any more good acres of land for 1000 than in Powell county D 0 Edwards refused to sign the petition for the pardon of W S Taylor and Caleb Powers No wonder the Republicans wouldnt stand for him in the Eleventh Langley maybustandpatter but he is not standing very stand pat on the turnpikes ho promised us two years ago The Republican party has now lived about as long as the old Whig party did Rave 50 cents by dubs rihing for the Times during Septembet Aft er Oct 1st the rates will be SI 00 per year Puy up now A fool and his money are soon parted is one passage of scripture that is fulfilled by most people t See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Olay City may not be the biggest city in the world but here you find no big Pa and little rrus We are M of one stripe thats the best Resolutions Castle Hall Red River Lodger No 70 K of P Resolutions on death of Bro Clhrenco Patton 5 I Whereus God 1n His infinite wis dom has called from the labors of earth to the rest that reniaineth for the children of Gad our Brother Clarence Patton who departed this life on Sept 14 1010 Resolved that this Lodge holds in grateful remombeVance his fidelity to the principles of our order and we paint his loyalty and devotion as an example worthy of imi tation by those ofus he has left be hind Resolved that we tender our sincere sympathy to the bereaved fam and bid them take hope and- consolatiouintheheuvenly assur once that they shall meet him a gain Where there is no sorrow and no death but eternal happiness and loveResolved that a page be set a side in the record book of this Lodge as memorial fo our departed Brother and these resolutions be FIJt teereon thala copy be sent his family amid a copy be sent to the Ulay City Times forpubllcation Walter Potts WR Burgher WillVLowe Committee SPOUTgpRING Dillard Snowden has moved in to the house vacated by John Neal lust week OurtisBowmarfhos bought a new sorghum mill and begun grinding up the de cane Mrs Ntfnnie McKinney of Clark county neAr L S E June tiqn is visiting relatives near hereEr r Mrs AridyBHfVHPZ visiting her sister Mrs Njancy Charles near Alt Sterling She spent Sunday night witl her son Ike BarnettiMrs Maud McKinnev was cal led to Bourbon county the last of last week on theaccount of the illness of her Iitt1e niece Mildred 1aughterof Mr and Oharles Welch The little irl is better and MrsMcKinney returned homo A The report has reached here that K S Christopher who two years ago sold out here and mov ed to Miami Testis where he bought property has sold out and will likely move back We extend a welcomejmnd to Mr Ohristopher and hopeFo soon see him a resident of Spout Spring again Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of sense of smell and com pletely derange the Whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable phyeicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you caq1ollsiblyderive from them Hall stCdtarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly on the bipod and mucous surfaces of the in In buying Halls Catarrh Cured be sure you get the genuine Itis taken internally VV and made n Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney ona Co Testi monial free W Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take flails Faniilypinsfor con stipation I if j f rt ciii PRICES J r l Hardwick and Co All summer dry goods and notions all t mens and boys suits and odd pants in summer i weight and weights good for the year around and mens and boys hats at greatly reduced 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 th place to find them We will also give you cut prices in many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large cut on buggies Thes e ut prices are for cashCor 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 with a profit to it IIaT IIC o i S STANTON TJ m I HOPE Fruit and 1 II jrfi t FL When 20 Gold Piece from person another accepted without a question its value We all Vow is worth the amount stamped upon the same with our flour Safeguarded by scientific tests forfpurity and strenght comes you fullof nutriment and properties nndii warranted make light whole some bread rolls cakes etc Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky r + + + + + Jo 01 + +100 + + Ho+ JoJo + + + + +Jo + +ot tr INSURE WITH+ + I P A LYON SON i+ The Loac ling Inglirzlllecj Agents 4 of JEnhftorji l ou tuolcy Pry it lY Over+ J 1 Represented r+ I r I + Every qnewho knows anything about insurance know i 4 they pro leaders in this line joiti Ornamental I TREES 11SS It tree Catalogue No Agents F IfJllenmeyerSons LEXINGTONr r KY J f a v ar rrr rr J V f iI Y- F MITLB R ia pusses one to it is ns to it it Just it to lifesustaining to 200OOO OOOi wi o WE BU- YWOOL j T HIDESANDFURS HeioEDcslas ire cza do 141 kctltr for JH tin cots or comoiuiaa nmclictj Rehrciet taj Leak it Looutille We lurch Wool Bts Free to got shippers Write for price tat ILSABaSONS F uYiiT LoinileKf 0 1 Dr Bells Artiseptic calveI Good for all Skin Disoasog 1 w I GIr f r s1it f i rl I l E JrIirEsIr Y AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t THURSDAY Sept 22 1010 i t =LOOAF BREVITIESi i rJ Kirk is in Cincinnati this jfweok See notice of stray horse iii thus issue See advertisement of Hardwick and Company The Times after October 1st yenrIMrs J 0 Fitch of Lexington ik visiting relatives in the city J 1J Orabtree of Genet has been in the city several days ths E r week Oscar Newell and Otis Mackey have gone below to seek employment fata James M Smethers has moved to the Billy Wilson place at Val T tersville After October let the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money o Thankgiving turKeys are going to be much hiker this year but itistooelldyto worry about them Mr and Mrs D 11 Sinclair have returned from a visit to the Queen City Mrs Maud Vaughn JB visiting her sister Mrs G W Anderson at Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs W S Rogers of Dayton Ohio arrived here Tuesday to visit relatives ik tT tFor use onFace and Hands ti Dr Bells Antiseptic Salveis the best It is a creamy snow white ointment and one 25c box will last three months The chilly days have caused many of our people to lay in their winters supply pf coal 1 0 Shimfessel and daughter Miss Grace are attending the r big exposition at Cincinnati What to do In Case of Accident If skin is broken apply Dr Bells AntiPain at once and the wound will heal quickly and never get sore Used internally and externally Mr1 and Mrs A T Whitt visited Dr and Mrs B R Smith at Conuerflville ind last week lam Blood Poison Is prevented by applying Dr Bells AntiPain to cuts scratches and bruises It destroys all septis mat ter enables the wound to heal with out soreness Be sure to get Dr Bells Mr and Mrs J A Walters dfa Ford are visiting Mrs Walters parents Elder and Mrs A Eas ter near the city Best ever Used 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 triedW Look for the Bell on the Bottle Today the days and nights will be the same length everywhere oil the globe This occurs but twice a year March and Septem lhgr Bes for the Hands Si L Chapman Massao Kygays I used Dr Bells antiseptic Salve on my bands which were soreiand find it the best I ever tried It cured them completely L of J 1 t f 1 A Assessor G A Orabtree and deputies begadtlieir ork last- week and are gettiugafong real YoM lltey report still a few dogs inthe county We gave the report of the sale of thirty cattld by Mr RAV Garrett of this county last week but failed to state the price they brought which was 4cents Best In the world 1 W Hyatt merchant of Warren N C weites Please send enclosed order by mail Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is the beat eye remedy in the world 35c The population of Covington Ky is 58270 an increase of 10 882 or 241 per cent as com pared with 42938 in 1900 Kenton county Ky in which Covington in located has a population of 70855 as compared with 08501 in 1000 It Saved His Leg II All though Id lose my leg writes J At Swensen of Water town Wis Ten years of ecze ma that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens ArnicaSalve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin i Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Ft ver Tores Burns colds Cuts and Piles 25c at SwannD3y Lumber Cos store After OctoWlst Tim s 8100 per your Renew before that date and save inone In the Court of Appeals Tuesday the Attorney General filed a peti tion for rehearing in the ease in volving the constitutionality of the Special Circuit Judge actof the last Legislature He also flied a transcript of the case involving theJ right ofthe State Board of EquuH zhtlciIto raise arbMtrSriry the lax i i able of property in any county Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns Xou cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger td yourself If you are weakor run down or under strain of kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs 1 E Van de Sande of Kirkland Ill writes That I didnot break down while enduring a most severe strain for three months is due wholly to E lectric Bittersr life them and enjoy healty and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 50c at SjyanniDay Lumber Cos store Union Lock Poultry Fane tine ah Tb wort wc4 te on tb- oust to psnart rebas nd t roIn 4 U- DO trtsr oust tbsa attia rirlt treta4r of S 151 ter su s+ n 111101 rptoa car rezaT ra ytett rttJr Mo Frost is reported in some parts of the Siatellast week and some was reported in August and July Everybody saw frost in May and June so this maKes frost in every month of 1910 so far The writer cannot vouch for any months later than June We saw frost in 6uch month up until then i Sore Eyes of Three Years Standing cured MiefvEfllo Faulkner New Castle Pa writes Sutherlands Eagle eye Save cured me of a ease of tore eyes of three years standing 1 cheerfully recommend it to anyone in needof such a remedy Independent Republican Candidate Sonny Stafford us some are wont to call him of Johnson coun ty has filed a petition Witl the clerk of the Johnson county court asking that his name be placed on the ballots atthe coming Novem ber election as an Independent Re publican candidate for Congress in the Tenth congressional district- S you see it is plain that the Republicans of this district are determined to defeat Hon A Floyd Byrd for Congress by putting out two candidates for Byrd to race against Byrd can defeat both of them but it iart dirty Republican trick to serve amun that way Of the two Republican candidates Stafford is nearer the peoples in terests He is in line with Rome velt La Follotte Doliver and other insurgent loaders Langley is a standpatter a jump jack that bows scrapes danceo and trots all kinds of capers at the biddings of Taft Cannon Payne Aldrich etc j etc Frendibirg Agitator The Last of a Fiendiwould have been about as welcome to A of OaweKo N Y as a IIdefIe jusedwhich cured me completely I never conH at night now II Millj ions know its matchless merit fort stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore mugs lagrippe asthma hem orrhage croup whooping coughi or hayfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 8100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by I SwannDayLumber Co The Times f 1 CfO per year after October 1st I It y v mi I i OAPITAI STOOK 8JOOOOO J SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED AI PROFITS IQOOOO THEillWINCHESTER BANK t OB WlNOHSTEn KV g 27Hpizv WiTiiBusnoox PREAr R SPIIAR CASHIER Iv ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 5 t r +to to J ++ + Jo + t + + ++oo IJ PrIAUPPIN i I Watchmaker t Jeweler or eA itttf Jewelry Spectacles Call and see me In the Red laver Hotel Building I iCLAY CITY KENTUCKY fC r + +++ +++V ++ r IReportCentral Kentucky show that there was widespread damage by rain I and lightning lltondltyand oneI death was recorded At Ilillt in Fleming county Oscar Kurd was killed and liis wife vas seri ously injured when lightning struck their home doing great haulage in other wayI A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitatblewill and tremendous energy fire net et found whire Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels tire out oforder If you Wlill- tthclc dualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New L fe Pills the matchlepd regulators for keen brain and strong hod25c at Swannlay Lumber Conipunyo Store A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less than half the hattle A man may Goodhealtha clean stomach clean bowels clean blood a clean liver and new clean healthy tissues The man who is clean in this way thinkcleanblooddisordersbloodCOtlsumptioo Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases It makes a mans insides clean nnd healthy It cleans the digestive organs makes pure clean blood Rod clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs Pellets Wagon Excellence Strength durability safety and utility are combined in The Studebaker Wagon yearsironmadebyget a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We IStudebaker I Grubbs BentonnhKy i I i J Ja 1 J Iti i ijMielAlJl f1I AlIrIJllll G lJMjTHE 1Ir CLAY CITY NATIONAL BAN L j CLAY CITY KENTUKCY1C- apital rttStock Paid in 50000 Dollar t- I 1 Pays THREE PER CENT lIlml rOil time dtImt Jtt One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Depurtm yam 1 I WHY NOT START ONE TODAYt1IC r i1 51mD 1T IXf1t1mf lur lZ Jtl i tJ SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure In reoounlwdns tbostandard poultry remedy or the bo depended oa with absolute rtaintytocursandpreventcan GapcH CholerntR011Jlitnbornncti Diarrhoea rf poultry dls ease AA iropjiln taodrliUjn xutnr leOlp tolls iuulthy and last rr iniKcawi A 5o dot n nI ITcI i JiraUonsof ircdlolno For f the trw c11Loihuad i 1ul1iieEliln trtt s uu oulbon Poultry CureI IHIS NO EQUAL Mrl W If 11InITllle hy says rdr 111 ClayParis Sy says rastyesr Lava been tgisiegdtielieu for years I raid hundreds c1 chickens free from apes IIcnubonPoultry Curs lube 1D0ltlltaICtOry andI by giving them nourbouPoultry Cure Ifind- I Lave ever used for Cholera and CJa it II sure cure for Cholera sod Llmbc k- MlIDulactured Bourbon F1ernodycu huoJonly by WiJlClOllKyUSA At All Leading Drupelet 800 per Bottle TrIal Vial Fr Sold bYSwannDay Lbr CO Hardwick Clay Gly Stanton S a r Vital Washington News Spending 860708506 every business day the United States under the reign of stand pat Republicans has become the most extravagant government in the worldIncreased expenditures in the first year of the Taft administration over the corresponding year of Clevelands last adminis tation amount to 575780600 et over 120 per cent I This oc cared under the muchheralded Taft policy of cuttothequick economy recently repudiated in Maine and Vermont National expenditures for the esiiiiiag year amount to 1098 8i718d which is more than the Oitire capital of all the national banks in the United States 919 148825 and more than onethird of the entire output of all of our gold mines in 120 years 3008 787000 Two striking illustrations of the Republican business ad ministration are A deficit of 11579203 since June 80 1910 A deficit of 18088185509 since June 801907- Here are some of the ways the standpatters spend the peoples money in a republic Marble baths for senators Au toe to carry them 100 rods between ftslr offices and the Capitol Touring cars for the President Viie President and Uncle Joe ENTS fTRADE MARKS DRIGNSCOPYIttaHTS C Anyone lending a teteb and description may Mccrtala our t all wmmuuJCoUOlUlatrteUoouJhenUl fatenti taken through liana A Co receirf tctal notice w la the F Scientific fliticricatt- A hmndiomelr llhutntad weekly LImit tit eolation eoldbyaltnewsdealersMUMM or aD tdentlflo Journal Terms 3a Branch Ollloe St romptly obtained In all countries OR NO Tit regIJ11ter8dKlaeexduRTHIHIIENCIS tablllty Patent pract Send t cent In stamps for Invaluable book PATENTWhichpatent D siiFfnaiCO PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C c a11rEw Electric BittersSucc- eed 1 when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme i remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH ROUBLE it Is the test medicine ever sold over a druggists counter I Short Breath For many months I had great difficulty in breathing and was un able to take much exercise The I use ot Dr Miles Heart Remedy was suggested and in six months I was practically cured HUGH SLOAN Poynette Wis circulationj1 est and safest thing to do is to take ytit is Iisold under a guarantee that if the 4firstbottle docs not benefit the drug will return your money 4 I I p I More than 2500 for nppoli naris water for the Senators Thousands of dollars to keep them in VHRnline potnr oil nliv oil bromo quinine hair tonic costly perfumes glycerine ber gamot nail brushes clothes brushes traveling expenses in attending funerals etc If the waste at Washington is 800000000 a year as stated by Aldrich every American family suffers to the extent of 1000 every year This is enough to buy a suit of clothes It will buy an overcoat or a cloak It will buy nearly three tons of an thracite coal It will buy four or five pairs of shoes or many other necessariesI Under our system of excessive protection government extrava gance and cost of living keep pace As the government raises practically all of its revenue by taxing things eaten worn or used the conumer pays his pro rata of government extravagance every time he buys a protected article at his local grocery dry goods or furniture store This rule proves itself The per capita appropriation by Congress jumped from 0 in 1890 to over 12 in 1010 Between 1800 and 1010 according to Brad streets the prices of 100 leading commodities advanced 50 percent III An increased annual tax of spore than 100000000 has been saddled upon the American peo ple through increased freight rates within the last few years without opposition by the gov eminent But this is not e nought The railroads want still more revenue and as soon Aas the November elections are over itis believed they will be allow ed to boost their rates a couple of notches higher The Interstate Commerce Com mission is now going through the formal procedure of taking testi molly as to the reasonableness of the new increase which ac cording to the estimates of the Commission will swell the an nun profits of the railroads 500 t000 There are highpriced lawyers for the railroads at the hearings and also un imposing arrpy of legal talent for the big rippers The public alone is unrepresented Seidino stance all charges paid yo ir reo trentmen n entirely me Age uflllctf disease the opposite write the d One fact thPt1R nnnnprt rant I rall1roadsshall apply where they wilt ue the least annoyance to the trusts and big combination of manufac turers The added burden is to be laid on little fellow the merchant the householder the fathers and mothers of the fam ilies the country storekeeper and the farmer Products the trusts enjoy a striking immunity from increases This is not hard to understand is not easy the railroads to put an in creased rate over on the sugar or steel trust Such increases would be fought tooth and nail and probably defeated by counsel for the combines woo gather like flies about the room in which the commission meets But it is easy money to put an increased rate over the general consumer because isnt present to enter objection is anyone there to enter objection for him The Interstate Commerce Commission declares it represents no one in particular but sits as a judicial body wholly The result is that in many many instances the case goes against the conshm by default V When the results the Vermont election showed a 27 percent slump in the Republican vote the Republican leaders in Washington declared the phe nomenon was due to rainy weather Then came the sweeping Democratic vioories in Maine As the election took place on a clear day it would indicate change in sentiment going on all over the1ountry bears no rela- tioushtpwhateve atm osPber ic conditions IWffe election of Democratic candidate r Governor Pluisteti by a plurality of 8782 is not sufficient to discredit the weather theor here are results of other electio s heldon pleasant nays which tell their stories Eugene N 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