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title: 'The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, December 28, 1922, Image 2',
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rilURSDAY, DEC. 28i 1922
Dntered it seconi-clasa nail mat
w al tba Tost Offlc at Clay City,
C.t., under tha Act of Congress of
rck 3. 1879.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR..
We greet you !
Oar more it in our pleasant
1 rivilege to wish our readers n
I ppy New Year. May it be the
brightest year in your lives.
And now, to the whole world
for fear some one might take of.
fence, let us all step out bright
ly on the right foot and keep
shoulder to shoulder during the
year. It is just as easy to be
happy at to be miserable and a
treat deal more satisfactory.
Some of us will not be in the line
when we reach the next mile
stone. Then let us so carry our
uelves that the survivors may syl
lable only words of love when
speaking of tho-e who fell by the
wayside Let us live and let
live to the fullest sense of the
Cest Protection ef the Courts
We often hear of "the sanctity
of the court," of "the reverence
due the courts," or "the impro
priety of criticizing the judici
ary." The be3t protection for
the sanctity of the courts, the
chiefest bulwark of reverence
for the courts, the moit certain
safeguard against criticism of the
courts, are the courts themselves.
The honest, brave, intelligent,
dutiful judge is the one and only
assurance that the courts shall
be respected. The court always
will be respected when such a
judge as Kodes Shackelford occu
pies the bench, and wilf not be
respected when the judge uses,
or attempts to use, a court of
justice for any other purpose
than the administration of jus
tice. Lexington Herald.
Cantrill for Governor
J. Campbell Cantrill has enter
ed the race for Governor of Ken
tucky, and the first thing he does
is to set forth his platform in the
rewspapers of the state that ev
ery voter who reads may learn
bow he stands on the important
questions of the day. Head his
announcement in this issue of
the Times on the fifth pace. Two
things strikes us very forcibly,
He favors few pardons and lower
taxes. This platform strikes us
ll, and Campbell Cantrill may be
depended upou to carry out every
platform he presents to the vo
ters in his campaign. He has
made a good Congressman, ever
loyal to the best interest of the
people he serves, and particular
ly miudful of the farmers' inter
ests. If nominated, Mr. Cantrill
will make a good Governor. lie
i strong in the Democratic party
and strong with all who want an
equitable and business like administration.
The farmer who foaod it nec
essary to borrow money to pay
his tax this year will find little
courage in reading of the big
Ntdck and cash dividends of the
various concerns as reported in
the papers. Hut industry, econ
omy and holding en to your earn
ings will make it eaaier for you
next year. Try it this time and
The fact that deaths from tu
berculosis in Kentucky were re
duced from 3,082 in HW) and
3,705 in 1920 to 3,197 in 1021, as
shown by recently announced
fijures of the Census Bureau at
Washington, is due, according to
Dr. A. T. McCormack, State
Health Oflicer, to the physical
education that Kentuckians grad
ually are acquiring, to the work
that has been and is being done
by public health nurses and to
the near elimn.ation of tubercu
"The work of educating the
citizens of the State along physi
cal lines gradually is g'dng for
ward," Dr. McCormack 6aid,
"and as it goes forward the toll
of the '(Jreat White Plague' natv
urally will be reduced. So with
the elimination of tubercular cat
tle. The Federal authorities and
the Hureau of Foods, Drugs and
Hotels of the State Hoard of
Health are making every eirort
to free Kentucky of diseased ani
mals, and as success attends their
elforts fewer and fewer persons
will acquire tuberculosis."
Your Medium '
The local paper ought to be
something more than a mere
channel for little personal gossip.
It should carry to the homes of
the people some fresh, well-written,
thought. inspiriug articles.
The' columns of the Times are
open to thoughtful people, who,
in a hroadtmnded, liberal way,
aim to contribute their knowl
edge or opinions upon matters of
local and general interest. While
all matters purely partisan or sec
tarian will be excluded, different
sides of important ifslies will be
admitted, thus furnishing a
channel for the expression of in
telligent public opinion. The
minister, the lawyer, the doctor,
school teacher, and every man
MI t- t '
doril bnu a car nnlil
mii stt'tht Willys
and woman, in the measure of j
their ability and opportunity,
owe it to their community to aid
in the upbuilding of every edu
cational interest, and with such
cooperation the home paper can
be made a more vital force. If
yo hear a good lecture or ser
mon write an abstract of it. If
you see or hear anything of gen
eral interest 6cnd it to your pa
per. If you go away from home
give your home paper the benefit
pf your observations. In this way
we will have a live paper and a
live community, and will greatly
enrich and develop each mind
reading its columns.
Constipation in Elderly People
"I am eighty years old and have
been troubled with constipation.
Tried all kinds of physics but
nothing helped. Foley Cathartic
Tablets is theonly thing that gave
me relief. They work without
criping and tone up the system."
Ii. 13. Holland, Ovando, Montana.
A wholesome physic. Sold Every-where.
Lee Farmers Organize
Farmers and their wives in five
different communities of Lee
county, co operating with the ex
tension division of the College of
Agriculture at Lexington, have
VAUGHN'S MILL, K.Y.,
Coggins Marble Company,
organized community clubs and
mapped out programs to work
for the coming year in an effort
to better their farms and hornet!,
according to County Agent T. II.
Cut This Out-It Is Worth Money
Cut out this slip, enclose with
5c to Foley & Co., 283." Sheffield
Ave., Chicago. 111., writing your
name and address clearly. You
will receive in return a trial
package containing Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound, f o r
coughs, cold, and croup, Foley
Kidney Pills and Foley Cathar
tic Tablets. Sold everywhere.
New Creamery at Lexington
A new $250,000 creamery un
der the Hinghan Co operative act
is being built at Lexington. It
will handle only the products of
Advertise In The Times.
Anything in Marble and Granite. Three different kinds of
Marble. It will pay you to see my prices lcfore you buy.
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