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J lpr I j I THE cLAYI CITY TIMESI I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay lithe Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOTJXT OLAT OITY KT THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 J910 NO8 n rrrSong of the Editor How dear to my heart Is the steady sUbs ber Who pays in advance with skipping a year Who lays down his dollar und otters it gladl- yAndcastsround the ofllco n halo of cheer AVho nevUS says stop it I cannot of ford it- Orgcltingjnnore papers lIch day than I read But always says send it the whole outfit likes it In fat wo regard it s business need How welcome is he when he steps ha the sanctum tn How ho makes our heart throb how he makes onr 050 dance We outwardly thank him we inwardly bless him The steady subscriber who pays in ad vane The Next Valuable Feed Alfalfa is reputed by all good- S authorities to be the best possible feed for all animals to gei best results in growth development and fattening And strange ts it may seem these learned men class next to alfalfa Japan clover which grows so profusely allover the land in this part o- ftiteStts Japan clover is a fine fertilizer and feed product am is claimed that enough of this valuable crop goes to waste ev cry year when frost comes to feed halt as much stock as all the other animals we keep We should uwake to our loss and pro r this ear ip sgveevery pos 7 f reililefdtraawf T Dah C1 over and l cure it into choice hay before frosts come in the fall Japan clover conies freely on all our lands without seed ore preparation of soil It is a boon to poor soil and poor farmers everywhere if they will only make good use of their opportunity Senator Aldrich Confesses Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island the Republican leader of the Senate and admittedly the most potent influence in the U nited States in shaping legisla rr J l t rf tion mode the astounding assertion in a speech on the floor of the Senate that as a business man he could effect an annual saving of 800000000 in the ex penses of the Government The Senators Republican colleagues looked at him in amaze ment and on the Democratic side the keenest interest was manifested in his remark In other words Senator Aldrich gives indorsement to charges of extravagance to an extent that few Democrats have attempted to place to Republican misrule accountsThe 1ican leaders decla ration that 800000000 of the peoples money is annually wasted by Redublican Con gress of which ho himself is the recognized leader created some thing of sensation among Con gressmen Senator Aldrich did not attempt to go into the details of governmental extrava gance but simply confined himself to the surprising statement The Senators speech was all the more astounding in view of lis record in the Senate Good Roads in Estill A plan is now on foot to build several miles of model roads mile or so out each road from Ir- vineA proposition has been made by the people of Wiseman tarupake from that point to the county seat Assuredly this prop ositon will be accepted by the county We believe if these roads are improved as now con templated that the whole of our system of highways will be wonderfully improved as a result of tho example Kstill Herald Wo have full line of mess and boys hats in all of the new shapes and colors You should see them lIard wick Co- Stunton Ky i 11l f SHIMFESSELS i t j The Old Reliable Placem For Everything You Need in i GeneralMrchandise q Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City g Country Produce Bought and Sold j A Liberal Share of Youth Patroiifage r f J AV p L j I r- Solicited 4t SHIMPESSELS y I iJ r a a I a expenses4riththe a f y A J I CLAY CITY- KENTUCKY t 1 a- rI Not a Surprise Just as The- responsibility cost of Iexpected upon tile farmers have announced land in the be made to prot1J1eciouble the crops now raised if this should be done thasu jV wouM bQ greater than the demand and prices would be onehalf But if this rile shouldapply to the farmer should it uot al so tFJJnnnufllcturerIf hats and clothing should be man ufactured the supply would he- greater than the demand and us aconsequenceffhe prices of these necessary articles would also be ttflfBut are care ful never tolceed the demand and with the protective wall of the tariff about them com petition fror is shutoff If the manufacturer may safe guard re8t Hmitin- gproductionwltv may not the ViseFrankforeJ- ournal it PassTTwo road measures have already passed the Senate and there is yet to be put through thialfpdy All three of the measures are yet to be put through the pose There is hardly a doubtijbuf the Governor will sign time toads bills rovIUeij14Ieyi aiJ1inraUr1Dg this session While there is talk of consid erable opposition to the good roads bills in the House it is be lievdcd that they will pass that body Senators Bosworth and Wyatt have worked untiringly in the interest of these bills which are said to have the support of the majority of thinking men throughout the State First Bill to Pass Probably the first bill of the present Legislature that will be come a law is that increasing the salaries of Circuit Judges 1200 a year This bill has passed the House and Senate and has been signed by Lieut Gov Cox as President of the Senate The bill is now ready for the Governors signature This bill was introduced iu the Senate by Conn Linn of Oolloway county Financiers arc said to have a greed that women are responsi ble for the present high cost of living Never mind about that if you will give us the annual mens drink bill of this country we will feed every person iu it at even the prevailing high price Where does real extravigance come in By a vote of 28 to 8 the Senate passed a bill appropriating to each of the State Normal Schools 22600 annually and to the State University at Lexington 8000 this being in addition to the amounts luch are now received annually by these jnstitutions S M biasanted the brick residence of Jas A Wlluce oh Main street and will remove froth Cloy City to same H H Roberts who formerly occupied the house has moved to dwelling on the Ky River Poplar Gos yard Estill Horiild 1- I Ift I l- iLPO Help the Editor My friend help the editor in his wildoyed search for news When your friends come to see you if you are not ashamed of it tell him when your wife gives a tea party if you have recovered from the effects of the gossip drop in with the news when a baby arrives call if you go to a party steal some of the good things and leave em with the item in our sanctum If your wife licks you come in and let us see your scars and tender sympa thy through tho paper give in all the common place news In short whatever makes you feel proud sad lonesome or glad submit it to our 21 karat wisdom and see our matted locks part and stand on end with gratitude which will pour from every pore like moisture from the dew be- sprinkled earth Be Ready for Spring Work The time for Spring will soon be upon us when farmers will be rushed and will have but little spare time Durnig these days of enforced idleness when mud or snow presents more active work is a good time to get ready The hear and harness should be hone ever and mended i farming utensils should be looked over nuts tightened and missing bolts replaced If new plow points are needed they should be proc 1r ed pow A good coat of paint will 4tldvbdth tothe + Inoks mind lasting qualities of many tools and should not be forgotten Chicken coops may bo put together grape vines and fruit trees trimmed and much other work lie done now instead of at a later date when work is pressing and time more precious Cashier A T Whitt was in Morehead two days the first of the week lOUR LINE of Pensions for Confederates II 0 Littrells bill providing k for the payment of pensions to Confederate veterans and the widows of Confederate veterans passed the House by a vote of 74 to 0 Mr Littrell has worked tin ceasingly in the interest of this billand its passage without a dis senting vote was a source of much satisfaction to him Numerouvfspeeches eulogizing the Confect orate veterans were made Some people are becoming a little impatient waiting for John Langleys pikes he promised us if sent hack to Congress But give John time Large bodies move slowlys v r An Indiana statesman says everything looks rosy for the Republican party nevertheless Still everything generally look rosy just before a sunset for that matter The food situation is not alto gether novel or new however Every fellow appears to be hear tily in favor of reducing the prim of the other fellows commodity If Uncle Sam could get his mail handled by the railroads as cheaply as ho prints envelopes for the people there would be no deficit in the postal business MrTaft has decided to do only retail business in Trust prose cutions vx f 1nt I For Sale Seven room house anti five lots in west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky It will pity you inen mind boys to see our line of clothingr feel sure we can suit you both in style und price We hove them both in novelty and staple colors and styles Hurdwick L1 Co Stanton L Pall and Winter H HATSI 11 1- Q IareAll are CordJny Invited- i I J Mrs W N BUSH SAMi LE ROOM OF cuYrRAI HOTELmy a k rsar 4L H r THE TIMES IUnLISi16D EVERY THURSDAY J E burgher iublis- heri Subscription Rales 50 Cents per year in ai vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mull matter Thursday Feb 25 1910 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 76 Trouble Ahead There is something raidicnlly wrong in this country and it must he righted if not one way then another All men are created qual but all men have not an equal showing A farmer it matters not how shrewd a busi ness nan he may be cannot in a lifetime accumulate a million dollars At the same time this Government tolerates one man to control a corneron wheat that the farmer raises and make a million dollars in a week specu lating It tolerates trusts to control the oil business and make millions a year Not only the oil business but it tolerates the middle man dealing in all agri cultural products to make as much profit on what the farmer produces and the farmer gets for the production of the products of all the soil This is hot right yet it is tolerated In thiscountryIltieTirianinay invest five thousand dollars in an automobile have every luxu ryat home possible with number less servants at his command spend the hot weather on a trip to Europe which all toll may cost him a million dollars when it gets too cold here goes to Los Angeles Oalifornia where he has a million dollar palace pro vided for his comfort and if the high price of living is mehtioned to him he will tell you Oh well the people of this country are too extravigant certain peo pie can live on a great deal less if they would They can take a dollar and buy them a bushel of meal another dollar and buy them a bushel of potatoes and another dollar invested during time week in meat and this can he made a sustenance for a fami Iv of six for a week or ten days by economizing as they should The wealthy made rich by the laboring people of our land have less regards for them that made them rich than the poor have for a dog of their own American nabobs spend 200 000000 a year in Europe and A merican heiresses sell themselves in marriage to scapegoats of the titled nobility of Europeshow jug the vanity of even those rais 1 ed under American Influence and their cravings for the empty baubles of royalty Rich wuineji of our cities spend more money on servants and pet dogs than it would take tosend all the waifs to school These society swells spend more on banquets and useless fineries than it would take to feed the help jess urchins of the curb And they are the freest fo tell tho poor people how to live econom ically N There are 0000 men in tho LJI nitd States worth from one tot i J ten million dollars each there are 235 worth ftom ten to one hundred million each and twelve worth over a hundred million there are 0000 men whoso combined wealth equals the value df the entire farm property of the United States J P Morgan is said to have a controlling interest in 10000000000 of re sourcesExSecretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw said in a speech at the Chicago university H When our manufactories grow bigger than the United States then there will be war the bloodiest war in the history of mankind uThe tine itf coming when the manufactories will outgrow the country mid men by the hun dreds of thousands will be turn ed out of the factories That of itself is not so bad but when we realize that we pay out in wages as muchas the rest of the world together we begin to see the ser iousness of the situation Tho factories are multiplying faster than our trade and we will shortly have a surplus withno one abroad to buy and with no one at home to absorb it because the laborer has not been paid e nough to buy back what he cre ated What will happen then Why all these mien will be turn ed out of the factories They will find themselves without food Then will come the great danger to the country for these men will be hard men to deal with And all of these conditions have been nurtered and aided into existence by the Republican party which I is stijl protecting and encouraging them How much longer w ill the people up Bold them with their votes 1 The Tenth District The Lexington Herald has the following in regard to the political situation in this district The race for Congress in the Tenth District this fall will be a warm one and the Democrats are going after the Republican nominee without gloves Whether Congressman Langley will he a candidate to succeed himself it is not yet certain but he is mitt nearly as strong as he was years ago How Langley has made enemies He has ignored Republicans and county organizations in many counties it is claimed and has lost many supporters If he is not a candidate it is said that Circuit Judge Kirk of Johnson District will be a candidate and that James Wallace of Irvine nay also enter the contest The Democrats are preparing to take advantage of what they term a split in the Republican ranks and are looking around for a strong candidate Several gentlemen ire mentioned but the name most frequently heard in con lection with the Democratic nomination is that of lion John M Stevenson a prominent and wealthy lawyer of Winchester Ile is beingboomedftor the race and his many friends sty that If Langley is renominated by the Republicans that Stovcnson can defeat It iw 1500 votes Jn Clark county Tuft favors in his message a ship subsidy which benefits some three hundredrich owners of American ships und urges an in creaseof BecondclaHa pnsjage rates of which every citizen of time United Stated Js iiitKryjtfejl Class legislation timid Tiiftgoluiiid U hand t Gov Willson itleeins would veto the indorsement for au Income 0 tax provision to be append ed to the national constitution which must heratfied fay three fourths of tlieState Legislatures And now a writer says Geo Washington wasono of the most henpecked husbands tho world ever knew Still Ueorgoseems to have beeh one JnisCand who could afford to be uowiThls We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for base of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hvlle Ca tarrh Cure F j Cheney Co Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known Fl Cheney for the last IS years and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waiding Kinnnri cti Marvin NVholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood und mucoUs surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Frailly Pills for von stipation Seeonr falland winter line of Walk Qver shoes for m nWhave them ingnthe uptodate styles JHardwick d Co tr Stanton NOTICE t It was ordered by tho Fiscal court at its December term 1JJ09 that any person or persons hay jug any claim or claims against Powell county iliall file them with the county attorney Iijdays- before the Aprjf r Octoberternis of said cnurtfor l1mi SaId claims riiiT be properly made out sworh to and proven Is the law direjctsVtattd that fail lire to file same asTaboye stated will be a bar to the allowance of any claim rclni8Ht that term of the cOurt I ve this notice for the benefit of tjiose who have ur may hereafter claims against the conufyahd that we nay shorten the terms of the Fiscal court and shire the county ixpeuse Respectfully M4 lhlTlips Co utty Our line of MillRry5 is strictly up to date und ourprices are right IVelnvite you to onlluncl see it Hardwick t CI- iStunton SEEDS I Iresh Reliable iannleed to Pi Every GardenerpurIhouM t itperior merit Northern Grown SfECIHL FOR 10 CENTS FERI we will send told fOLLECTIONtt pkg a6flrlp Obryf 1a- I pkm arly Airkad fIbg 1- 5aN yllertnuktltt 1 10- Al 15TszlUu ol5kr d Ill J 8100 writ todgl Foftd 10 entlte help potgudpi- cking nd tc1 theses I IIocllo1o too r with our Now and Ind Ir Orde Oold allKAT1 61 Mode llickfordIlllnoU III 41WWNNI1U 41W41 N 1144 llmentllIIJ 3Ereryfhlpqi forIORCHARDiLA WNJI I and I I ONE MILLION S tYpt1 i Free Catalogue IfffF HUJnmcyer I k S l LEXINGTON KY n 11 1J i 1 4 Mid Winter i Sail i to a Beginning the 24th eye will put on ourIMidWinter CUT = PRICE SALE I All Winter Goods go into thiswe sale which we aim to maketthe greatest of all sales o J I MRS J W- Williams 0 USE HOPE MILL I ii M i PLO J Start In Now to Use HOPE A1IILS flour und ice if you dont like U better then July other you overused We guaran tee your bwuits more dainty und your pies and pastry mor lucinup You will find that quality counts in Hour as well as in cooks und our Hour hRS the quality tha- tbrings happy results a- rF rvfghy J AND2SW CAIN Versailles Ky I OAKLAND PIANOS 1 Our aim Is the production or a todato moderate price pIAno poaeelug that quality or tone worth value and durabUty heretofore not found In plane telling at comparative price practtuiipianoand marketing ofplane la conc ntrated In the den attractthoOur policy U to build one kyle of care and one frada of piano I produrUonto I salttyln the Oaklndplanojmporrlbts toobanyotbrwy I planttnUllbrI J i directto b OAKLAND PIANO CO A 8 Steinway Hall Chicago llll 0 If Wont to Sell XOT7 Jaa l DAYSORGAN or w ONeTINWORLD 4encradlt 40 to CO per cent 1OWEE 1 CREDITthan any J J dealer1 = i 4 l r11 ASK THE EDITOR of thljl paper aboutapeola1 Itotter anUwrite for catalog ADLER ORGAN COseoLwchiowtatisumtlHKr t ttii t1 a1 4 1 J Hi t11t N I w fp T1LETThIESAN THURSDAY Feb 251010 =s LOCAL BREVITIES iwMrs J D WilljnmSis visiting f her daughter Mrs Tom Rash at Winchester OO Eaton of Gray Hawk Jackson county is visiting his family in this city I H M Benton a well known real estate agent of Winchester died there last week A wagon load of tobacco was sold in Lexington last week for over 6rib thousand dollars Born to Mr and Mrs Charlie Groves of Oincinnatilast week a son John Russell Groves Mrs Mattio Henry of Mt Sterling is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Mountz near the city Tuesday was Washingtons birthday which was observed by the bank postoflice and public school John M Toddof Ruckrville Olark county has been called to the bedside of his mother Mrs Ellen White who has pneumonia Nicholasville voted wet last eekby a majority of thirty The city has been dry fortseveral years past Now is a goo l time to guy youi i ginghams nod white goods and get your sewing done before Ihehot weather Mrs J W Williams t the Adler 111nnufacturing Oo Y I Louisville has been incorpora Thernnd organs t Mrs Ellen White has pneumo nia al the homo of her son P D Toddnear this city andovving to her advanced age Serious consequences are feared Attorneys 0 F Spencer of Winchester and John D Atkin son of Stanton were here Satur day representing their clients in Judge Flethers Police Court We handle Ball Brand rubber foot wear nnd have a complete stock of Boots Shoos Felts arctics and rubbers in stock Hardwick et Co Stanton The measure increasing the salaries of Circuit Judges in Kentucky 1200 a year passed the House of Representatives and will become H law when signed by Gov Willson Asburrey son of J B Patton of this city employed in a logging job at Sardis Miss was recently pretty badly injured by a falling Young Patton hud only been to Sardis about four weeks b Mr and Mrs Wm Benton of Waco Madison county celebrat Wacot and Mrs Benton are father and mother of Judge James M Ben f ton f t Took All Ills Honey e Often all a man earns goes to t do6tora oi for tnediojneB to cure a vStomllch Liver or Kidney trouble jrlt t that Dr s New Life Pills f Y would quink1Pcurt ata blight cost e 11 vUeflt for Dyspftysiar indigestion Jilunlice1rt SwannDay lumber 008 store I j to r I J Jff IL 111 1 1 Y 1 The new State Capitol Is to be dedicated in June at a time when the building will be completed and the yards and lawns are green in grass and the trees cov erect with foliage The Oupitol is a fine structure ando ie which every Kentuckian may well fell proud rtf Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J P Soetmnri of Cornelius N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bncklens Arni- ca Salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25c at SwannDny Lumber Cos store If in need of corduroy pants high andregular top shoes hunt ing coats caps or gloves lt UB show you wlfnt we have and get our prices for we will nave you money Hardwick dr Co Rtnnton The heaviest sleet in years foil here Thnrsday The ice froze on trees and became heavy bending bushes to the ground in many instances Live stork suf fered greatly and in the south and west many cattle that were unsheltered perished President Helps Orphans Hundrrdft of orphans have been h fped by the President of the tn dtfstrial and Orphans Home at Ma eon Ga who writfIuWP have used Electric Bitters in this Insti tution for nne years It has prayed a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney trou bles We regard it as one of the best fat ilv medicines on earth H invigqrates all vital organs jiur ifies the blood aids digestion cre ates appetite To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children orrundown people it has no equal Rest for female complaints Only 50c at Swunn Day Lumber Cos store We Buy FURS d Hides and toWoolFeathers TelW Bets wes Cinetcg CoUenSe llYeIWR MoyApple 1Wild Ginger etc VIe cloolej ubrud U IS56Onr falf a eentsno- LouIWe L4caadobetterforyootLen tMCBta or eomimaon nereiusU Rcierrar tpriceBit Sabel Bens 229EMwkISt tOUItVlLLE KV M M 8 POULTRYFENCE Verr CleO Mesh CompltIocI Inco hdIoo chrsrthsnwWntW- rftJarcMISot awtiv taU a st t sstaLsar su- rntci co n r a mi1Io-I I i t yy J TheTiinosJsin receipt of a lef rter from a friend at Sardis Miss in which we lire informed that Pat rick formerly of this city who was seriously injured there three weeks afo is now able to lertve the hospital at Memphis Tenn andre urn to Sardis The farmers are complaining of the they come into townVery well the State Legislature is providing means for their betterment We hope to see Powell county vote the bond issue for turnpikes this fall and by this time next year be making a good quality of in all parts of the county tl The Federal grand jury at- CovhHtonrernrned indictments against twelve men of Grant county for alleged conspiracy in restraint of trade One of the men indicted IB John S Steers a member of tIitState Legislature The indictment charges that the defendants to prevent spippingfourDry Ridge to Cincinnati Saved from Awful Peril I never feltjso near my grave writes Lewis CJhamblin of Manchester Ohio ft U No 3unq whfrf n frighful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite of many jfmedies and the best doctors Ant that I am alive to day is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now rweigh 160 pounds and can work ImrdY It also cured my four children of croup Infalli ble fry Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy foi LnGrippe Asthma rate trouble and all bronchial affections 60c and Si A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Swdhn Day Lumber Oop store 00 SJGL V lii wtfDeucrtEBS seers stc i I SPECIAL OFFER tUtt te hit rfir Bntlnru A trill wI1- lJDIeOU onr ptrouncnt ccitomer Prize Cp1lectERf1cwtaIrariedattwt U the lIalll TIJOo Nibelariette btn nIle alai IY IieaSI1 to air 4 CAKXNTKE TO PiEAkE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 1O CENTSto Cent Mttatt o4 I icllDf ui rclrs thli vln Ue of tiu with big rtJ lreaatafM Cd and Plant Uo k uo saboat lilt Laa rsriEu of Soodo rlaets sty W W BuclhccIsw essoc osvill d ti OL4f4b i ZZ M I Z fM CAPITAL STOCK 8100000 J SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 c rrIIE WINCHESTER BANK rtdr cO OP WlXClISTER KV NJIOUVWlTllKRSPOONPHES WR SPIIAR OASIIIKK XOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED I t+ + + + JI + + + ++ t+ + ++ i ++ tiiWatchmaker i t d Jeweler t t All Kinds of Watch and t jepairIng oa Short Clocki l Reasonable Terns 1 Jewelry TION GUARANTEED Spectacles t iCall and see tic In the River Hotel Building Redi i CLAY CITY K +f l rr wl Good Prospects Prospects for an excellent crop of fruit small grain and other products of the Blue Grass farm are said to be bright this year and no finer prospects for fruit could be asked for Small fruit such as raspberried blackberries and currants have almost been unhurt by the winter A big corn crop will be grown this year and much attention will be paid to the breed Owing to the dry ness of the snow all gfnss and small grain covered has heen kept warmer than usual andear ly crops generally are expected ofIdaily newspaper mil kill llproofp are read huraiedly or sometimes not at all and occasionally the result in the printed product is astonishing For instance the story is told of an editor who recently wrote a puff for the belle of the ball saying Her dainty feet Were incased in shoes that might have been taken for fairy boots but the blundering compnsitor mode it read ller dirty feet were incased in shoes that might have been taken for I ferryboats Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is tho best ofall medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar t women It is the only preparation of its kind devised by n reftulnrly Iradu oted physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of women It is a safe medicine in any condition of trio cyatcai THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol and no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for suchstimulants 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 IMs sold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who hasnt it can get it Dont take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is just as good as Dr Pierces is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit Such a man inot to bo trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possessionyour health may be your life itself Sa you get what you ask for HERES A BARGAIN FOR Y- OUDailyOouiierJournal 11 Bit mail Three MonthsTa Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 1250 Time price of the Daily CourierJournal is SCOO a Ilrlilfor three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper und our during January Fob ruary and March only at the price for both named above Send in your subsciption at once and keep posted on the PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE Sunday Courier Jounml not intlud ed in this otter Send 50c additional if Sunday issue is dcMrid WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just ns confi n palwr IP It ovor iv 1 Wtpnri still furnish till Weekly and our paper both one jeiir for ONH DOLLAR Orders must be sent to this paper not to the CourierJournal to get advantage of this cut rate m R Io i t 1 I ffj I MH COUUTNKV Pres A T W n ITT Cashier Tim BANKICLAY CITY NATIONAL CLAY CITY Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars I Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits IOne Dollar will start an uucount in our Savings Department IWHYNOT START ONE TODAY I Imm liftmt tf mij m Q W I + t3 1 +++2t +3 + i iI++++ ++ r44 JoIooH 1 INSURES VITH F i F A LYON SON + iThe JLiUU liiir IiiHitiMiiK Agusats i of JSnNteiu Jioiituolcv 4 f 5 Over 200000000 I f i Represented j t i l Every one ho knows anything about insurance know they are lenders in this line + ter24a tcai + +ratet+++ t++ + + I +tT ist1 I y 0 Nervous Prostration I hada general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv ine and 1 noted an improvement after u few doses and two bottles Rave me entire relief VM R UURKHARDT 3GI trawling St Washington C II O When the nervous system is weak ened one after another of the organs which they control become inactive eventuallyfollows ach heart lungs or kidneys that is first affected Dr Miles Nervine makes weak nerves strong by its soothing and strengthening influence upon the nervous system The first bottle will benefit If not the druggist will return your money h YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Lift Scholarship in TELEUKA IMV TYPEWRITING and RAIL rtOAl AGENCY reduced to 815 idfl 250 of students railroad fare jiil Bove this in YOUR OP= IORT UNITY to lonrn a firstclnps tn de thit pays a pond salary eveiy tan nth in the ywir Evcplent hoard at low rates Newnan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitant i moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 0 month Our criduaics POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS paying 15ti Slit per tumuli to wart on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPHY OPERATORS Write today fur our Free 04page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars Soulhertv School of Telegraphy fox 373 NEWNAN GA TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS etc Anyone fining a okoten and description roll qnlclilr iwieruiln our opinion tree whether an- Inulltlnn Coal 1IrubTrtenllbli OX Coinmunlcm on Patents iminnfrpatentiiIttentIfnttal notice without chance In thee i x 4i a rIfall A handsomely IKcctreted weekly Tersest dr nldliia of anY nclentiac Journal Perm 11 a Y newdealereMANN SPOUT SPRING Joe McKinney bought a pair of hoist mules for MO Mrs Belle Burgher visited rel atives in Clay City Saturday Joe Mclviniioy went to vin chester Saturday II lid to Mt Sterling Monday V1 Cliristophc Jr who re cently rented u farm in Clark county is moving there this weekJack Stone of Iron Mound had a sale recently and has niov ed with his family to Blooming ton Ill Ladies here are bargains in mil linery that you cant afford to mlfcs Our loss will be your gain if you tiike udvantnge of this opportunity 87 SO hats at 84 75 85 00 hats at 815 25 84 60 hats at tit 75 3 50 hats at I2 25 f2 50 hats at SI 25 liard wick Co Stanto- nDariingsville i FramerH are getting anxious a lout their work in our neighbor hood hilt owing to the rain and snow they are notgettint much work done IHave patience brether ent glen ty of time yet Time little Iter of Allen Gravetr aughI t ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else CallsI In nervous prostration and female wenknessektbCY are the supreme have testified FOR KIDNET LIVER AND j STOMACH TROUBLE it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist counter fjJI JI I prompt Ontamea mail conntnea OR NO x TRADEMARKS CaTfAU and opyr1shtreh I IlholototrSend 1 crate In tampa for invaluable hook on HOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATENTS I Whlfh ones win ray Mow patent law and other t1n1 partnerI SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS i J 303 Seventh St Washington D CF NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I I This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do hot buy without first I investigating the merits of the same The exclusive features on other machines i Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog wheel Can bo in loading the same as a farmwagon Guar s anteed to pulverize all manure notice the This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm wagon hence is the simplest most durabre lightest draft lowest I cidown hence easy to load Into spreader on the market Backed by ten years not an experiment Ask foe catalogue X Ilit THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Coldwater Ohio BURS AND HiDESI HIOHEST HABX2T PKICB PAID FOR lAW FUB3 AND UID1i3- WootCommtastoa Wrttefcr prkalL mcofrnlortbli ad EJ JOHN WblT COa JXJUISYUAE lt I 1 STRICTLY HIGH GRIDE PRICE of REISOIIIIILEI i POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will leveloo matter boW loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing orspreading oftales as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tendency to rattle Lighter Iandstronger made than The Sistyles Send i Evansville Indl i kk y 0 r- r been vary sick for Somme time seems to bebqtter Mi and Mrs If L Tipton and Mr and Mrs A 0 Burnes visitor Mr and Mrs HoLed Rose of lechaniceville last Sunday t also Mr and Mrs Coleman iort wood was With us At the usual hour a good dinner wns served and all did a good b tho many fine things Mrs Rose knows so well how to prepare At 4 oclock all left for their homps feeling much better bv their day of pleasure Wishing Mr i tlMrs Rose all the blessings that Is due them in their future life we remain as ever their friend Virden Misses Grace Ware and Nellie Olemons visited Miss Stldie Our tis Sunday Strawder lIerril has rented a house of Ben Mastin und will move in n few days There was quite n crowd from Wultersville attended church her Sunday and Sunday night Arvis Haokworth wife arid children of Lexington tire visit jug Mrs ArinsteddPutton tus week Willie Curtis visited his tint e and aunt Mr anti Mrs Jolts Mc Plierson lit 01 uy Oity Saturday night and Sunday Rev 11 P Loury of Winches ter filled the srnmTut the Chris tian church Sunday iv lid Sunday night to a lameiricd- U h C Curtis wj8 in Clay City Monday on business and while in town visited Ins broter inlaw John McphereonMonday night C C Clempris lilts begin to move back JiI1is librae place this week Mr iit ddirwill move I8ui tE ttil e vch tr c of the propeltYlItttdlJy Mr Oleinons t Misses Lillie fJ anti Grace Ware entertained their young friends ht with a social and cjmdy pullifiu A tine tune was reported by all that were present + Farm for Rent I offer for rent myv fmniat Spout Spring 15 sore nod In ml for corn 8 acres for tnbaiuo 14 acres in meadow uhd plenty Of grHtng gad V j Christopher ti lrillg K Waltersv I Mrs Mit gie linker is on the suk list tliis we kjl y Miss Stella Oh f visited Miss Sallie Patton SuiftaV Mr ViII Dmyftjjfitfd at Ben MastinfiMontlayJniJlitMrs ip visiting her mother Mrs Ji11 Potts tliis week j Misses Martha Siiiifhmtnd Ada Puckett visited sLiva Potts Saturday night- Several t IIOlli Iorq attended o lurch at Virlei Sunday and tiunday night i- Mr Ancel ThacMr visited his uncle Jesse Punkett from Fri oay until Strmayl Mippes Allie Ciiffis and Minnie odd wen shoppimriii Gla City Wfdnesilay evelmiVnr I Mr Dillnnl Sur1v INn of Win pester spent Tliitilay withjun mother Mrs Winatiuo u Misse Allie tnltill Mintiie Todd visited Mf tiUvu d otts Tuesday migh- tMiss 14 J Cora Dlastip spetidinf n few lays cumMrs Muggie Hal a fliA week- 11rt1ljn1pie slfJhlh l dangly tcr Iics lltrtlut III I JU lkt I ho tie Iuckett and daughter Adat spent Arednesday with Mrs A M Potts Call and inepect our line of fall and winter Queen Quality shoe for women in patent leather gunmetal vici kids and tans- Hardwick kC CO Stanton Ky WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy CARD UI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pans female weak ness many have said It is the best medicine to take Try its ISold in This CityF3 4 1 M 11 II 4 ti FiI to O K neksorl IKOfKSStONAL J R A IRVIN DtIPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY KY J fR SMITH D PHYSIOIAN AND SUROEONtCLAY R CounselloraLnv FANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of Commonwealth eeeeueeeu Central Hotel CLAYJCITY KY W Rooms Newly Thoroughly Throu- ghoutureaeeeeee I Worn Women 1Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will i not you of itself You should take Wine of i Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have I Cardui and enthusiastically of the i benefit it has been to them Try itdontexperiment l use this reliable ofttried medicine ITAKE CARD UIl J The Womans Tonic atdIwr r was a pain in side and could not had of bfefcth I tryingCarduiTry Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES l SlJ1MR Of L ETIt1EA iChKlistftound WestHound rINo 2 No Tbiilly Daily AsI 925 7 j3 MIS sli 82013t Sari 0112 fltfSv lH Uuf Iij y14 022 N ft3ti 4J1 tIJ47 It 513 510 no 11 Stntiin I PXIntton lnchHhter ticmitiilittn tl tt1 CFlY Stun 11 J Rnsslyn ITIIIun j situ trrnlnntitlon Natural Hridiie rorrcnt HeiittyvMlo Jet Junction l CURDS M II OITY I B M CITY C WELCH Attorney the N BUSH Prop Furnished Mouse Renovated leave tried write great shortness 3Daily Sutlhiy Ex Sun Only A1 t M AfflI- I 55 005 1O25 0L2 620 040l- I 00 45 07 II 81 8 IiI 458tt 20x b u t31 002 815 428 854 80U 420 841 80a 414 SHg 7 tct a 57 Sf28 7 Jii ihJlli7 all 141 S1t 7 07 J 20 X7 4 015 225 tltr 110 220 7110 The FillcrwinB CONNKOTIONS are uitide Dully Except WCiuln- yt k E Junction NW I find 25 will ionnect with th U k o Rail wav for All Sterling Ky Ciiiupton Junction Nos 1 J 3 and 4 will connect with tfce MOIII thin CHitril UitihvHr fir paasengers to and from Cnmpton Kv neiittyville Iunitiitn Ntllt 2 will connect with the L k A Rail UHV fur Hciittviillw Ky 0 d K Jtnictirin NOH iliiiid 4twill rnnnvct with the UtCl Rail WHV fur 1I11I1t1 Cif JlIndWItY stations a h h Ib1EARN STOVE MONEY 11buying from your dealer thla range nt half the price that li RAked bj other tripe Our modern method merchandlilog en able us to lunketll phenomlnal offer which none of ourcom petitors can west asSO buys this handsome largo DOMESTIC WINNERIRANGEjust BS shown by cut It U made from pollilied blur alee hue six coven one of which la sectional asbestos i- IIneo mutt UUO stripe and lei cup screw drAught flga ler du eJ grate Islnch oven cast reeeoir end highy 1Noi MODERN STOVE I11Pii COMPANY Chicago mtIV I Ii st t L oI