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A DOZEN REASONS
Why I Should Vote
Against ex-president Rooi evi.lt
1. He lias broken his solemn prom
No not to lie n candidate for a third
icrm, therefore his other promises are
not to be relied upon.
2. For seven yearn he was president
and during those seven years the very
condition.) he now pretends to combat
iciously were more thoroughly devel
oped than during all the other periods
in the country's history.
3. The tiny he became President
there were ill) trusts or combinations,
capitalized at f:t,000,000,0(X), and the
duy he retired from ollice there were
1,020 such combinations, capitalized at
I. He permitted the Steel Trust to
Mcquirc the Tennessee Coal and Iron
Company, its principal rival, in viola
tion of the anti-trust law, and forbade
the prosecution of the Harvester Trust
at the repn-r.t of (ieorne W. Perkins,
bis present national chairman.
5. The man, next to Uooscvelt, re
sponsible for the third term movement
is Geo. V. Perkins; Perkins is the pro
moter and defender of the most perni
cious trusts in the United States,
which are the most vicious imposers on
I lie men, women and children wage
earners of the country.
0. lie urges the legalization of trust
watered steek and monopoly, as first
advocated by Perkins, his principal
mipportcr and limiucial backer.
7. He accepted campaign contribu
tions from trusts, insurance companies
and "crooked business," and denied
that he had done so "My dear Hurri
limn." He stands for "IJoss" Flinn,
"JW Woodruff and other "lloss.es"
who serve him.
it. During the seven years he was
President, he failed, even refused, to
lift a linger against high tariff Who
believes, if elected, he- would try to re
duce excessive tariff taxes? Why is he
...irroiinded now by high tariff men,
who are contributing freely tohis cam
I. He loves war better than peace.
Out of office he promises too much
and in office performs too little.
11.' He says that the small farmer!
and the laborer of the city are not to!
mentioned in the same breath with
cowboys, etc. Alter describing tho
drunkenness and deadly shooting nf.
frays of the eon boys he writes:
"Hut they are much better fellows
and pleasauter companions than the
man iiirmers or t'giicultura aliorers
r lire the mechanics of a great city to
be mentioned in the same breath with
1 1'. President Tuft who knows him
best, says of him: "He is n ileum
gogue, :i neurotic, a llatterer, an e-
If Powell county hns a .'nine
wiirdon wo have failed to hear of
him. We hope to sec u strict en
forcement of the ;:unie laws pass
id tit tho session of t ho Legisla
ture last winter mid thing the
fiaine wurden of great benefit.
However, so fur, wc have heard
no complaints of the law Ioi n jr
violated. This good so far as it
goes, hiit the frosts have repell
ed Bre'er rabbit mid it is going
to hie very tempting to some peo
ple to get out umong them and
get his supply of meat. Let us
I. uve the enforcement of the
game law, if without the warden
all wright, but if the warden is
necessary let tis have him, as the
game which is still plentiful in
Powell must be preserved.
1 lie State Hoard it Health m.
sending nut the bulletin on the
"Hookworm" presents some dis
tressing illu&tr itions of human
lite in Kentucky. There are in
deed some sad pictures to look
upon and they are humiliating to
proud blooded Kontiic-kiuns who
think there should be engraved
for this booklet some pictures
that will not make one think that
ull is bad that is Kentucky.
Out of respect to Colonel Roos
evelt, Gov. Wilson will not make
any speeches during his confine
ment, but the Colonel will soon
be out uiiuin, he says, when the
fur will fly nuain.
Sou. in-law Nick is n candidate
on tlieTnft.tieket, Colonel Roose
velt is his father in law, and be
ing chummy with Gov. Johnson,
h seems to huve it fixed up so
that he will be pretty sure to
stand well with all the lame
ducks nft.er next election.
How changed ure the times as
shown by the fact that within re
cent yearB tho term "conserva
five'' litis passed from u compli
ment into a reproach.
Very soon we fear the Hon.
William Howard Taft will be
obliged to hire a press agent to
publish the fact that he is run
ning for something.
Tuft predicts calamity if the
Democratc win in November. A
calamity to the trusts and the
protected interests, no doubt.
A millionaire baby used to at
tract attention, but it takes a
billionaire baby to attract mucl
Blessed is the man woe would
rather be right than president
he has a better chance to win
Men will joke about the high
cost of living even when it is
impossible to pay their bills.
Scientists agree that kissing is
not to be encouraged. But the
custom appears to thrive without
Being investigated has become
second nature to some Standard
Disquieting thought of tin
day: Buy your Christmas pres
Gives Good Service
And has ample facilities to carer:forr' K'
your business needs. Have you a -friend
who does business with the
"Clay City National"? Ask him.' tV
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City National Bank,
CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.
The meanest word Republican
papers can say of Teddy is tlu
best one. How diU'ereiit eight
years ago. These papers ure now
talking about him tike Demn.
initio papers did eight years ago.
Would you have thought? Why
the change? Teddy is as good us
over, and if he wore tho Repub.
1 cat: nominee he would today be
t ie only politician of tj-e hour.
It depends altogether on whose
ox is gored.
We take this method of further extending an invitation to
the buying public to come to our Store and get their sup
plies. For several weeks wc have been supplying many
customers in this vicinity with what tliey need at a great
saving of money. Now that we are Started, we want , to
extend our trade still further. Our one great
appeal for your trade is
on what you must have
to eat and wear. We are going to give you
we can save you
our price on four Staple articles to just show you How
o in . m'-
5J. I u per cwt.
6 cts. per lb.'
13 " '
Beit Patent Flour Made,
Granulated Sugar, - -Meat
and Lard, - -Lard
in 50 pound cans,
These are only fair samples of other prices. Everylhingin
the house is sold at the same low price. Give us a trial.
H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY.
Deafness Cannot be Cured j
by local applications, an they ean-j
not reach the disensrd prition i f
the ear. There is only omi way to
cure di-nfius?, And that is by con
stitutional remedies. I)eufii':s 1
ratified by un inflamed condition of
the mucous lining of the Eustiu-h
ian Tube. When this tube Is ii.
tl lined you have u rumbling com d
of imperfect hearing, and when it
is entirely eloped, Deafness is the
result, at d unless the infhmiation
ia i be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ingwill be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten ore enured by Cn
tarrh, which is nothing but an in
(lamed condition of the lnucotit
W t- will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caus
ed by entnrrh) thnt cannot be cur
ed Hall's Oataorh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
V .1 Cheney & Co,, Toledo, 0.
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Take Mall's Family Tills for
MV RICHMOND. KY.
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Uenoole of Kentucky. 8pecla
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season get acquainted with its
perfect fit its daintiness its
wearing qualities the splendid way
it retains its shape and original
beauty after washing then you will
wear it always.
Women and Children
is the latest and best expression ojt
true underwear comfort. Its perfect
shaping brings it snug to the figure
without wrinkling under the corset.
The extra elasticity of the fabric pre
vents its becoming thick, coarse and
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suits and separate garments at the
price you usually pay.
For the Children
Athena insures a perfect fit the first
time you buy it. It is long wearing.
firs. J. W. Williams,
: CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.
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