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Southern Agriculturist To
j The danger was not FPri.uis
Ihiil the country must breathe
easier since the elcrtoritil college
coinplefed its work without any
stormy protest from Col. Koo.se.
After all of the rest of the po
litical pro:iH)sl ir.n tors have told
us just who will constitute Mr.
Wilson's cuhinet, we would like
to hear from Mr. Wilson him
self. Mil 111 j a
i lie "ueorgia uyclone" says
that when Wilson rides down tho
avenue on the 4th, he will pass
57 saloons. However, thousands
of other men won't pass 'em.
"We are ntithnrized to announce S. A
Muster as candidate for Assessor f
I'uwell counts, subject to the action cf
trie Uemocratic primary election in
Ciay City must bow her head in
shame at the tragedy that occur
ed across the river from this city
last week when A. T. Pettit, our
town marshal, lost his life in such
a brutal manner. No one could
have made the Times believe
such brutality was in the heart
of any negroes in this county,
but it was. There is but one so
lution to the crime, it was all
whiskev. Had the negroes have
hud no whiskey, there would have
been no trouble and Mr. Pettii
would have most likely been a
live today. While so much is
being said about the terror of the
crime, why not something be said
about where these negroes got
their whiskey which prompted
them to do the crime? Let us
strike at the root of 00 per cent,
of the crimes and in doing so we
will give liquor a lick every
: As Representative Stanley was
absent when the temperance
measure was passed last week
by Congress, many are conjectur
ing his reasons for so absenting
Himself. His excuse was that he
must come to Kentucky as Gov.
AlcCreary would announce for
the Senate on that day und that
ho wanted to bo in the State and
.see how his announcement wa6
The Webb bill was of more im
portance than any other measure
that will come up at this session
of Congress, and as Stanley is a
caudidate for the U. S. Senate he
should have shown his colors like
he did at the State Convention
in Louisville two yenrs ago when
ho used all of his power to pre.
vent the county unit plank from
being placed in the Stute Demo
Hut, by life way, his trip to
Kentucky was in vain, a (lov
ernor McCrenry has yet failed to
make his announcement and
Stanley will have to como back n-
in to see how his announce
ment is received.
The Harvard professor who
hasn't slept- for twenty years
ought to try the experiment of
attending some of the college
Thereisnodonbt that thepeople
of the United States would feel
most-kind toward Mpxioo'sgov
eminent-if Mexico ould onlv net
If an era of simplicity can be
attained which will simplify tar
iff debeate the republic will be
eternally gratefu 1.
A whole lot of Republicans are
preparing to give up their jobs
.Mrs. Ellen McKinncy,.who has
been quite sick nflicr home with
la grippe, is slowly. improving.
Willie I'Vcncifrniiil liis little
nephew, OharlieMaple, visited
Mr. and Mrs. K. L:fe Tipton Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Reynolds
visited the hitter's parent?, Mr.
and Mrs. John..Rose; of Beech
Fork, Saturday and Sunday.
Card of .Thanks.
No word or wptjdscun properlv
express my gratitude to the neigh
bors and friends.: for their kind
ness during the jSickness and
death of my father. My heart
knows no language to express
the profound appreciation which
overwhelms me at this hour of
sad-bereavement.-, May each one
receive the richest.blessiugs.
Mrs. R L. Tipton.
The Largest nagazbie In the World.
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cirts. Today's Magazine, Canton,
One Co inty Is Solving Jt4ie Sub-
district Trustee Problem
Ttu werk or the Mlmm: point In cuch ami every rural 'school la oar state
- Mi- subdlstrlct trustee. It i strong, thoroughly lutereatedman is elected
uT.wtiliiR is well, but if a rnrclcsH. lrnlltTerent man holds tfce office the school
,.- !u had shape. A good trustee means a clean, comfortabltk,buildIhg, a com-
ctcut teacher and some interest on the part of the genera'Jpubllc. A poor
t.iistee means a badly kept building, a second or third "rote teacher and a
luck oT interest by the neljdiboiliood. "V
Monthly Report of Treaty's VMttl
NMmIm Cawrtj. Ky.
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What baa th tana baaitii tanii awathl
H Uxn aaj laatraetm n aimealtaiv
If Congrei-s can prevent the
Wiifliini:tiiii Hotels from piug
iug people during the inautiM
tioii, why can't it prevent tho
trut-ts from gouging them all the
A garden U
where a citv man
spends money for seed that lie
iiuylil In save to buy Vegetables
Tfcla la aanlb ttai
bafr voted mi ScaonJ DlfMen
kaai and lad ataooi a ab ataiad
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hla rrpnn moal t malted t Oouat Supanaiaadant wlthla Uwm daya ailar data af Wt
OTUSTl BTAItD 07II7RA0T.
7e( te County oar a Eduoation, of Itioolaa 'County,'
Zentuoky, agree to exanine oaYe fully te monthly reports
sent in by te Sub- Oiatriot Trustee of eao Dietriat, una
to assist ten in any nay possible to put teir spools
on a Mfier basis. We also agree to pay ,eao Fub-Pistrlot
Trustee 25 oents an vour, not to exoeed tvrae ours,, for
t.eir official visit onoe a rnont, for a torn of six nonts
wnleas te term is ertendel longer. To County 5aT4 'all
tor. nsgleot of duty, unless te Sub-Dlstriot Trustee nts
lgally presented, declare te office vacant and ,fpolnt
list y-v wavo cuu xiuoiiaoo as JJ18ri0 HO. J1T
having been Auy elected and sworn into offioe,Te -ireW
tan one vour for our offloial visit. I agree tomaftM
oarsfuly according to printed list of lnstruotlmiwa
questions furiised by Ue County PuperintsndsntMilta'
write a oorreot report and mail-tve ease to te CeiHity
Superintendent within tree days after said risi For
this offioial visit eaov mont J. am'td'reoeito SC-aefitV
an .ouy not to txoeed tree -6ur'B for' any' jsontlr
SUB TRUSTE3 CONTRACT.
te irvite Sub Trustees of District JTo.
with from mme oilier garileiiei V-ted men put la their places
The above contracts and reports tell their own story. In NIciMlM ceanty a
number of ualnteresteil trustees have been automatically Uruypieaad iaterr
Only One More Week
G&at Clearing Sale
will close. Come and save money beiore it is
too late to take advantage of our
MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS,
Clay City, Ky.
HOPE $ MILLS
Baking Day is a Delight-
tn tliose who are pnud of their
bread, cakes and rolls when they
are using tin Pearl Hour. No fail
ure to have delieious'v il tvored
bread that is Imht and tempting
when you use this superlative and
popular flour. It is a favorite with
everyone who loves good honienirtde
breadandwhoahvnysgctitwhenthey Imke bread made from Pearl Hour.
Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky.
Figures That Talk
Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen,
and all those who want a place ofsafety
for their money:
This is a National Bank, estabi'shed in 1889 and has been doing
business continuously since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless
of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invefted in
United States Government Bonds; $25,000.00 invefled mfirft Mortgage
Bands on Railroads, besides over $60,000.00 of loans to our customers,
every dollar of which is perfedly safe. Send us your deposits and feel se
cure in its safe-keeping.
Clay City National Bank,
CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. .
Capital: Stock, -' -Surplus'and
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