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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dy hl+ + r- oF t t i i Ato TilE CLAYCITY TIMIIS-It 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Gip the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iublisher YOL XV CLAY CITY KYM TOURSDAY MARCH 3 J9IO NO U Financial Power Some idea of the financial pow rof the American Tobacco Com limy may bo gathered from the iict that its annual dividends are three times as much as the total holdings of the Burley To liiicco Sooiety at 20 cents a pound Ihas this year declared a divi iiund of 40 percent on its com mon stock while the United Cigar Stores Company one of its branch institutions has actually declared one of 1000 per cent Take it Steady Raising so much tobacco in Powell this year reminds us how natural it is when one man makes a pretty good thing of any one crop for everybody to rush in and try to do just as ho has dour l The best way though is to tine it steady If you do ven ture into a strange crop do it conservatively The middle course is always best in all such things Introduced Bill for Bridge Congressman John W Lang fley has introduced a bill in Con tegress to build a bridge across Red River at Vienna between Clark and Estill counties Since Ken tucky Riyer was locked and dam slack water comes up to this place and prevents fording i New Grocery Firm J Howard Gflrry who recently irVtired from the wholesale groc err firm oZ Curry Tunis and Nor grdti t7ugtaella + otgsnlg + inewcompany and purchas t ed the grocery of J H t Flood and Co Frank Brown sthe wellknown traveler goes with the new grocery firm H T Cartins bill permitting jailers in counties except those containing cities of the first or second class to increase the charge Itfor feeding prisoners from CO i cents to 7G cones per day passed the House by a vote of 70 to 0 Enormous Burley Crop To give an idea of the Burley tobacco raised last year in KQn1 tucky there has been fully 100 000000 HIs marketed jndendont of pool and there are now 000000 pounds in the pool whichII has not yet been sold A crop than that raised year means a ruined market is our belief Leading Local Paper Sold The Winchester Democrat one of the best local papers in Ken tucky has been sold by Messrs Biehn Donovon to experienc ed newspaper men whose names have not yet been announced but will soon take charge of the paper Our best wishes go with the retiring publishers Died In Clark County Hiram Blythe died at his home at Elkin Clark county Friday of pneumonia aged sixtyeight years His remains were brought tothis county Saturday for bu rial H 0 Warmouth and Oscar Mackey were nephews of Mr Blythe Harbingers of Spring The blue Birds have been sing ing for the past few days and the first day of March the future frog ponds set up thief boister ous noise and this together with the warmer weather ofthis week warns us that Spring is nigh at han- deFMttn F oj At the residence of the brides father L Martin t f thiscoun ty Wednesday February 23rd Mr Jess Norton of Millers Creek was married to Miss Cora Martin Elder L Adams offi dating We have a full line of mens and boys hats jn all of the new shapes and colors YOU should see them Hardwick do Co- Stanton Ky rrWW rWrWrVNrNrtiNV rI T T p SHIMFESSELS I The Old Reliable Place For Everything You Need in General Merchandise fj Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City I I J Country Produce Bought and Sold PatronagejSolicited 7 i I 1 J r I f SHIMPESSELS J + I L- Jf NL J t- J J l f I CLAY C1TY- KENTUCKY J I f I 01J SCHOOL Ware glIO know that our pupils are harder that they haveeildied during the term andbelieie some of them are sMl ying harder than they ever did in their lives be fore each S work strngtfieni us and prepfites us for a better days work Hptnorrow 0 u r older puplls beginning to realize that all uccess that makes the soul grow that enables man hood and ofjjliich we are proud to think in Itl age comes from earnest efforbJ Our younger pu pils lire gO It also givsims much pleasure to know thattthe of our pupils are l wing to strengthen the moral s their nature which is vastly the most impor taut as wellnp the mental They are more careful and earnest itm fc trying to keep heir desks clean and nice their books tablets hats c in j lacj and the pencil shavings and paper oil the llooi and yard thatij they have ever been before They take more pains in trylngfo keep the pen cil and chalk 2narlts oil their desks and the jMUOors and walls both inside anainside the house There isnt soj touch whittliiij done as boys Sometimes do If there has beeiLa letter or nam cut on a deslcWitlm a knife during the termt dont know it 1Ve oftene ieaters nc l sscTour s We alwnys encourage them in this We know Cleanliness is next to godliness audtl tuSoap and civilizaton are inseperable One boy made some long blue marks the entire length of the building on the outside of the house In a short time afterward he was scrubbing withash es water and rags to get them off It took him perhaps ten times as long to get them off at it did to put them there There havent been any marks made on the house since Our pupils are learning not to make them When they are made we eracc them There hasnt been n window light broken in the build ing during the term Our pupils am becoming more careful quiet and polite They are learning to take their hats off when they get to the door coming in and keep them off until they get to the door going out They come in and go out of the house quiet ly They dont want to romp and play in the house If they do we dont allow them to do ie Parents what your childien do and the way they do it and what they leave undone and the way they do that will make them what they will be in the future Our schools are great factors in shaping the Jives of your children Help the teachers to shape those precious lives Adalene Haolrigg is a prize winner in our school We offer ed a prize of seventyfive cents to the pupil who would learn the Declaration of Independence by heart first She won the prize A few days ago We offered a prizeofit nickel to the pupil who would give the lpket and beat solution to a difficultprob F y ijti 11t 1 loin Our pupils all worked hard on the problem Adalene sat up until twelve oclock at night and studied She gets the nickel The pupil who studies hardest during the day and latest at night te sure to be a prize winner Lust Friday more than half a dozen of our pupils who have formed the habit of using tobacco and ono of the Stanton pupils who was a visitor at our school publicly declared that they were going to quit the filthy habit entirely We have confidence in them and believe they are going to do what they have said they are going to duoI told them that it would be hard for them to do One boy said lam going to quit I dont care how hard it is to do We all say hurrah for such boys We know that they will accom plish something in life Twenty thousand boys die in the United States yearly from smoking cigarettes A lecture not long ago stated the experi ence of a scientist in dealing with cigarettes and some rabbits He blew one draw of smoke from a cigarette on a piece of window glass He then opened arab bits mouth and forced a small quantity of this smoke held on the point of his penknife down its throat The leeturer said that no person with as much sense as a rabbit would smoke a thoughthlli iCllff1P up8 e rabbit died He gave half the a mount to another and it died He kept on dividing the amount by two until the smoke was all gone A dozen dead rabbits was the resultWe dont allow the use of to bacco on our schoolgrounds if we know it because we know it is a great curse to humanity IIOUR LINE of When men or boys give boys tobacco they give them poison Boys if you have formed the expensive filthy nail injurious habit of using tobacco yourselves and havent backbone enough to quit dont poison the minds and lives of others by giving them to bacco and helping them to form the same habit If your boys keep their promise or even one of them should do so and we believe they will wo know that we have done more good than we could by teaching them arithmetic The boy that doesnt use tobacco will always learn more arithmetic than one that does n1 B Moves to Oklahoma J W White who moved frOth this county to western Kansas twentyfour years ago has sold out there and moved to Edmoiid Oklahoma where he has bourn ht property He writes to have the Times changed to his new ad dress and incloses U 00 to apply on subscription For Sale 4 Seven room house and five lots in west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky Died in Estill Mr Ed Broaddus died in Eitill county Saturday Feb 27 aged fortyone years Burial at Mt Tabor above Irvine Sunday Mr Broaddus was a brother to Mrs OscarJUackey of thij city aud e me and hcry hildreere ntu I home when lie passed away It will pay you men mind boys to see our line of clothingr feel sure we can suit you both in style and price We hove them both in novelty and staple eolorflandstyles Hardwick it Co Stanton Better get engaged now diamonds are going up in price Fall and Winter HATS inspectionr F All ar Cordially InvitdK j c rW N BUSH SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL I I THE TIMES ruuLisnED EVERY THUUSDAT 1 B burgher Iubllsher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai ram otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second chiss man matter Thursday Rich 3 1010 CLUB RATES For the convenience rour subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMKS and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 In Canada the postage rata only one quarter of a cent a pound recently reduced from a l1alfcenttand secondclass mat ter goes free within a radius of forty miles recently increased from twenty miles The Dominion is widely extended and sparsely settled yet the past year shows a surplus for the pos tal service of 293700 In the United States the second class rate is one cent a pound and Taft says at this rate the government loses 63000000 every year Is it possible that this is the worst managed govern ment on the face of the globe Well it certainly seems like it Theodore Roosevelt is said to be bringing home several fine elephant hides but Africe can produce no finer specimen than that which Joe Cannon has worn throughout his many frisky and glorious years in public life Some onemust hvae deceived that sturdy friend of the common people Nelson W Aldrich in his support of a central bank Ex Secretary Shaw says standard oil willcontrol the central bank We saw an advertisement the other day in a local paper How for fat people to grow lean a gain Thats easy for any per son in these days of high prices for what we buy to eat There are any number of men who while ever ready to share their troubles with their wives manifest a strong disinclination to share their pleasures with liS them Kimbrell Miss Zelhi Sams visited Miss Mary Tuttle last Sunday Bro Cosby held services at the school house here last Saturday night and Sunday A wedding was to have occur red here last week but was post poned until Thursday of this weekMisses Dena and Louretta Barnett visited Misses Mary and Emma Tuttle last Saturday and Sunday Ray McKinney and Elzy Will iams of Virden visited Mrs Fannie Harris who is very sick with malarial fever Mrs Fannie Harris who has been sick with malarial fever for the past two weeks is some bet ter but still quite sick H K Blunton and Henry Fra 1 loy of Montezuma Ind tire Bore Mr HIanton intends plant ing out an immense pouch orch and on his mountain farm near It here I e- r 1 Darlingsville J H H Hoskin bought at Mt Sterling one good three year old mare mule for 150 T J White hits rented the house on Carter Reynolds place and will move there soon John RI Todd of Ruckerville was here several days last week to see his mother Mrs Ellen White s Mrs Ellen White who has been so low with the grip and pneumonia is improving nicely under the efficient treatment of Dr B 11 Smith R Della Gravett the little cripple daughter of Mr Allen Grav ett of near this city has been in very poor health this winter but has recently become enough im proved to visit her sister Mrs Emma Mountz who lives near her home SPOUT SPRING The roads in these parts are in a miserable condition Eld GeOW McIntosh was in Irvine Tuesday on business The few pretty days of this week are causing farmers to be gin a hustle Moses McKinney sold a good mare mule to Benny McKinney of Winchester for 150 W J Christopher Sr has moved to Clark county with his sontW J Christopher Jr The little threeyearold child of Alex Kirby is at the point of death withe measles and croup John Neal of Waltersville has moved to this place Rlr Neal is a good citizen whom eve heartily welcome into our midst Should Hustle Around r Spring is nearly r here and the farmers should hustle around in earlyspringtorder new tools and fix up old ones In many beau ties the blacksmith is overbur dened in repairing farming tools just at the time when the tools are needed for spring work Not having implements ready for work at the first opportunity means a loss of several days in getting in a crop Let us be on hand with the season If we have been hibernating during the winter like the frog we hud bet ter wake up and stir around some now Old Churches The Baptist Church at Eliza bethtown claims to be the oldest west of the Alleghoney Moan tame being over one hundred years old Providence church this county celebrated its cen tennial anniversary more than thirty years ago Winchester DemocratSalem Baptist Church three miles south of this city held its centennial fourteen years ago being constituted in 1890 and now 114 years old and doubtless tho oldest church in Estill or Powell county Womens Suffrage The Kentucky Senate has pass ed the hill providing for woman suffrage in nfattcrs affecting the public school An amendment to tha measure permits only those women wlio have taxable property to vote Senatqr Linn made two unsuccessful efforts to have the Committee on Rules put in charge of all legislation The bill providing fori bpntUiB to pny the States debt was inally killed Itcortajnjykind Cook to letusnlloff 8o easilyi i 1 The oxknoyeth his owner and the donkey hieinlsterts crib but there are any number of men who do not know whon to quit when they have told all they know Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach tho diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by consti tutional remedies Deafness is caus ed by an an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube is in flamed you hav aa rumbling sound or mperfect Hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness ig the result and unless the inflammation can be taken outand this tube restored to its horhfalcondition hearing will be dpstroedforetfer nine cases out t f tcnare caused by Ca tarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous UrfaoeEf We will give0ne Hundred Dol lars for any casebf Deafness caused by catarrh tiat cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Scud for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation See our fall and winter line of Walk Over slices for men v Wo have them in all the uptodatec styles Hardwick Co- eStanton r NOTICE It was ordered by the Fiscal court at its December term 1009 that any person or persons having any claim or claims against Powell county shall lice them with the county attorney 15 days before theAprJrOctobertQrlJl8 oftsaid court r1Js oxarplmafion i Saulpl be roper i mtinao out sort toanprov p ae the law directs ttiid that fail lire to filo same as above stated will be a bar to the allowance of any claim or claims at that terns of the court I givp this notice for the benefit of those who have or may hereafterllave clams a gainst the cqnuty iuid that Wt may shorten tho termg of the FiscalcourMnd Bthe county epenso Beepec fltlly r DL A Phillips Co atty Our line of Millinery is ctrictly up to date and our prices are right We invite you to calland see it Ilardwlclcffc Co- Stnnton sEEDS I Frisk Utilise Pure andII Northern Drown seeds SPECIAL OFFER I FOR 10 CENTS we will Kd postpaid our I t FAMOuS COLLECTION 1 lf 80 D 7 TrauU lOtj rtr rrl Mi ema 1 m evil rnrYUdr rs- Llir lUrU runt UUM ra TuitUw CkriM rtmr U Ie iWrite od rl Bend 10 el to 1111 ICOIL end pteklDf aM nMln tl aboT raMMt to 1 with ear Ilew end IneraeM ePMreot4 GREAT SYEDCO 1K3 KOMI tit RoekfordIllinois 1 N N i Fruit and Ornamental i i iTREES I J Everythingifor Jj iandifc i OWE MILLION StrawberryPlants iIi i free Catalogue No Agents y 7Lf H FJlIlIflllCerSI t Sons LEXINGTON KY i- enf y it LnNNooO I j yic r l r Easter Garments Made toMeasure 0 f 1 Satisfaction Guaranteede w ir We are displaying all the newest spring styles In suits dresses coats and capes toy gether wlth238 fashionable spring fabrics l ce Have your Easter outfit made to order Have i it mode to fit yotfft Jf lone by the American Ladies Tailoring Company of Chltago We r ire their exclusive represantatives 0J The best man tailors in America are aty5ur service undertlle per 4 r sonal direction of the famous Monsieur Kayser You will get every s mantailored effect at prices that fairly astonish your A y J 14 o Our Guarantee v T tI We guarantee Easter delivery if you order your Eater otitfitfnow We guarantee the style fit workmanship and materials You nc t cept no garment which is not satisfactory f tThe makers of these are the most famous mantailors of theirkiud- Youhave our guarantee and their guarantee insuring ithcl1t most in dress y t Suits 1350 upJi 1tOur prices for man tailored garments made to your individual meas t ure are amazingly low They run as follows yH r Suits i350 to 4500 Skirti 500 to 1500 Coats 800 to 3000 iiCapes 950 to 2200 Dresses 950 to 3000 J These prices are for garuifntsguaranteed to fit you perfectly made to your individual measure by this celebrated tailoring concern rri Please call and see our grand Easter showing Learn what this service means to you i t x lrsJ W WilliamsI f4 i Jwl3r1 3ryr a USE ROPE MILLS T FLOUT r IlIAI fr Start In Now 5 tt to ut e HOPE MILLSzif you dont like it better than any e+ lother you ever used Wo guaran 1J 1 tee your biscuits more dainty tnd tYouin flour nil 111IIR in cooks and our flour him the quality that brings ihnppy results tI Wi ilF Mfg Dy 1 ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky 1 = = j I OAKLANDPIANOS I H JOur aim le the producUon ot a popular up todater J moderate poueu1ng that 1 ottone fworth value and durability heretofore not found In pianos selling tcomp rUlve price The officers of tho Oakland Co are practical 1 piano men whoso lireIon experience in the tiltand marketing ofplanot concentrated in the devel JpmentotthollO ie quality features that attract iII OUr polity h to build one kyle of tuft and one grade of piano St rIIIJh1heOakJndOar now factory Ithebe4equl dandntoetuptodatup1 I In Ihe world ha an output 5000 planof annuallyy i iJtIOklno1Ir 7 r Ir dODt hndl the IOalrhUld Jlano1tTtt ot 0 ipto IIa for catalogue and BpMUIIntrodnctorr prim r OAKLAND PIANO CO t4IIs Steinway Hall Chloaeo II IJ n Wfl Want to Sell YOU an Jl DAYSOKClAW t s We own and operate the BIGGEST If Or ORGAN PLANT IN THE WORLDiN and make the BEST organs which a wesell DIRECT trbm our factOry 1 aaylt Aa iry CiDITawholesale or L Acv THE FniTflft of this paper about catalog special ADLER ORGAN GO2soiwcheruwtsLt vinfueiq 1 tI i t 1 0 1 r 1 J 0 it e a Kt s 7 u r TflE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mch 81010 LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs Hockinheimer moved this week to Irvine Mrs A T Whitt is visiting her parents Dr andfMrs Blair at Morehead Wallace Barnes of Furnace dI was transacting business in the pity Wednesday Everybody is explaining that the cost of living is high but 4nobody is making it any lower Eddie Bellis who had to have one of his legs amputated several weeks ago improves very slowly K Stanley Baber formerly of this 4 county but more recently of Clark county has moved to Ohio See Mrs Williams Easter advertisement in this issue of the Times and give her store a look through The contract for building the Old Masons Home at Shelbyville willicostDr Win 0 Martin and family attended themarriage of the for 4 mers sister at Vinton Wednes diy of last week The baseball schedules are be iirg discussed and adopted This is asigpof approaching spring winch is not to be denied Oscar Daniel will h the a pub licsale of live stock and etc lD this city Saturday March 5th L See posters for particulars Now is a good time to ouy yout filY gingham jnUwwTutlrgoo38i amlget y your Viewing done before the hot d weather Mrs J W Williams r I Mrs W M Adams of Lexing ton who has been spending a few lays with her patents at this place returned home Monday Speaknig of home remedies the switch of our grandfathers + was a pretty good remedy for f quitea long ills of juvenile disor ders F R Blackburn of the firm Hardwick Company is in the city this week buying the Spring stock for their uptodate store at Stanton One litter of nine hogs sold on the Louisville market last week by weight and brought 41128 The packers weighed altogether 4250 pounds We handle Ball Brand rubber foot wear and have a complete stock of Boots Shoes Felts arctics and rubbare iri stock- Hardwick tC Co Stanton The Campton Courier has re sumed publication It ip much improved typographically and both from a point of news serv ice and advertising patronage Heres wishing Bro Oliver un bounded success Y I Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Des on denov Headache But such trou ltsf1 before Dr 1ngfl New Life Hills the worlds bl st Stomach and Liver remedy go easy t55c lit Ss ann Day Lumber Companys stret d c y t J t w- ti 1f p I J r i A Prolific Flock MrJJ Glover of Eetou pre cinct had twentysix ewes to fine fifty lambs This boats the rec ord so far as we have heard and Mr Glover is orhis prom ising crop Winchester Democrat If in need of corduroy prints high and regular top shoes hunting coats caps or gloves ha as show you what we have and get our prices for we willsave you money Hardwick Js Co Stanton An Awful Eeruptlon- of a volcano excites brief interest and yourinterest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Buck lens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst moils ulcers or fever 8 resure soon healed by it Bet for Burns Cuts Bruipes Sore tips Chapped Hands Chil blains and Piles It gives instunt relief25c at SwannDay Lumb- eCos store Two bills prohibiting the gov ernment manufacturer of stamp ed envelopes are before congress The envelope manufacturers and the printers throughout the country are getting together on the proposition They cant see anything fair about the government furnishing envelopes at cost and not doing the same with beef steak and fried cakes How Good News Spreads 111m 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time Itrhe never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate tta liver in vigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a yj b Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by SwannDay Lum ber Companys store WaBuy FURSHides Wool FeathersTatowaeeverCI ter Golden SenUYdlmRoo MSI A fte IaIUidwuYl ie tGCGnt1017rtaix W un I r geott at ocintth ion lacrctitnn Kce et any BnVin LounSc WtUe tx c ttfprice liil end iliipptng IIEt a i Sons229 E- tBabelMarket St LiJ KY fILM s POULTRr FENCE =YsnCkse Meh eWOfWrflain rasrls Oe DLIb lB attiw air I 4 l If Y 4 Elder J TTurpin pastor at Powells yalleyiBaptist church- preached Sunday night at the Christian cliurch in this city to a good crowd considering the inclement weather f M t SterihigUousts of being the I third largest bllcco market in the world ranking as follows Louisville vltich marketed 27 000000 pOl1l1diil Lexington 39 000000 and Mt Sterling 15 000000 Ji Two of tilt prison bills were passed by thejKeutucky House of Representatives One of the bills provides for a change in the parole law nndijChe other for the conversion of one of the peniten tiaries into a reformatarv An excllallg tills of two little boys who askea their mother if they might piayfstore in the din noisegWell be quietabout it mom said one Well be storekeepers that dontadvertise Saved a Soldiers Ufe Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreea ble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex thnn facing it ifcom what doctors said was consumption Icon tracted a stubborn cold he writes that develtijieda cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years Myeight run down to 130 pounds Then I to use Dr Kings l iwbiscoverywhich completely cur now 178 pounds For Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its SU- preme 50c nnd1lriaJ bottle free Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber CoS storeI SEEDSMKUeffS SON SUCCEED 1 SPECIAL OFFER Jtaiet H Nw BiUatu Ii trial 11111 enttomerPf1ZCuthe anent 1 Tvalp t epltndld I Ule a- My0300aORA1iTEFD YUI oeI ftntlutn aU TO JLKASE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTS to OG + iSnap rid raclla end tech aha Talaal- eoD of t4edi toth with r Id InntncUr lU Hfilteed cud VUnt Aok- Will 011100II tba Bet m tl of S dti 1IaI11to t- W W Quckblelsas UWoU YV MC MHyw C v m OAPITAJ STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AXTJN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO I THE WiNO mSTER BANK OP WINOHHTKR KYt N HOLLY lTIrisr PREM W It Spiixn OAsn1En YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLIQ- LTEDJPrIAUPPIN trI JJ JJJJJA f l I Watchmaker 5 Jeweler s tAll Kinds of Watch and Clock t Repairing on Short Notice and- ReasonableTermsof SATISFAC f LION GUARANTEED UJof If Jewelry Spectacles j + Call and see me in the Red t River Hotel Building I t CLAY ITVtdKENTUCKY ++ ++ +++ +i 1 t5 k l t w C A Clean Man Outside cleanlioess is less than hall the battle 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 WilY thinkcleanblooddisordersbloodConsumption Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discoverypr- events these diseases It makes a mans insidcs clean and healthy It cleans the digestive organs makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs Pellets A HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOUIIn DailyCourierJournal By mail Three Months Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 125I0 The price of the Daily Courler Journal is 000 a year 130 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for Unit paper and ours during January Feb 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 CourierJounml not includ ed in this otter Send 50c additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year for ONE DOLLAR Orders must be sent to this paper not to the CourierJournal to get advahtsge of this cut rater dl i M H COUUTSKV Pres A T Wnrrr Cashier j J j Tris fiJ y CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 1tstl CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i4 Capital Stock Paid in Soooo Dollars twjt Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits ftlM One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department Jft lWHY NOT START ONE TODAYIli im j1 lJ IISSUllE VITII + i P A LYON SON+ + The Loadlillgr IUroclllIU1CC tgcutt fiof JBiiMtovii JCeiituolcy 4 1 0 t Over 200000000 i Represented p t one who knows anything about insurance know line1dS 4 +d t t +++++ + +++ Aot f4+ +++ + ++ + ff+ +ie LOW FARES TO THE WEST TWOTRAINS DAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be on sale via The HENDERSON ROUTE to California and North Pacific Coast Points 3170 37 from Louisville Ky to San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Cal and Phoenix Ariz from Louisville Ky toIIPortland Seattle anllSpokaneI SIMILAR LOW FARES TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write J P GARDNER G P A or R F PENN T P A LOUISVILLE KY LTWO i TRAINSDAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA I = IMARCH I TO APRIL 15 1910 7 If r t ti- r I I fi c c Aches and Pains No remedy that I have used has been so sure a cure for pain ofevery kind as Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They arc a sovereign remedy for pain MRS II BUADEEN Rapids Maine Pains are in the nervesall feeling is headache toothache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains backache etcTheyre all there but in dif ferent partsIts nerve trouble Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve the nerve irritation and the pain subsidesthats all no derangement of the stomach no disagreeable aftereffects Thats why they are so popular with those that use them The first package will benefit If not your druggist return your money 00 YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAICU ADVANFAUE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER tAn Scholarship in TELEGRA PH y TYPI nnNG and RAIL UVO AHENTT reduced to 845 and S250 of students railroad fare il Bove this is YOUR OP- IORTUNITV to learn a first class trde tint pivs i i ood salary every month in the year Excellent board at IDA rates Newrmn has delightful climate 8000 inhab itants moral surroundings Stu dents qualify in 4 to G months Our sintinialea POSITIVELY OUAK AN IEBD POSITIONS paying 815 in jIler month to start ott Eny and pleasant employ went rupiil promotion Diplomas awirdel GREAT DKM AND FOR TKLBrJRALiIi OPKaiATORS write tu dnf fur our Free 04page illustrated Catalog which gives full pirticularscSouthera School of Telegraphy- Box 272 NEWNAN GA 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS nVllltlNTR AG Aaone lnlr a ItetcbticSti qnlckl nwurUdn our opinion tree whether an Inrentlnn le probably J Communlcv i HANDBOOK on Patents cut freo Oldest agency secunnL patent i patents taken A Co reeelrespecial notice without shame In the Scientific fltmricatt A nandiomelr Illustrated weekly Ivireeat clr dilation of any idcntldo Journal Term t3 a odbyallnewsdealere1UNNCudgtea Moving to Alissourl A St Louis special says Dur fuss the lust few months shout I one hundred families from Ken tucky have moved to Northwest Missouri to take up the cultivu tion of tobacco About two years ago extensive experiments proved that this section is adapt ed to tobacco culture Lust year 2000000 pounds of tobacco were raised in Platte county and about 500000 pounds in Clay county During the present year thousands of acres of tobacco will be cultivated and Kentucky fami lies are moving here to teach the native farmers the best meth od of culture At present Wes ton Mo is the centre of the 10 ale 1 Tl r II r prcr ft rh pretu nQ r Y ii r V l F I jlt t r i i iv i I ii n in t t 1111 a r 1 I r ill r 9 uyt r tr i A 4 fur Ld ciluvuc 11 oJ r= r e hc sir n nryrrr 1111inngruliic Uliinn n raS rt Lil ft bli pal r Irt nnnliiv rliiin n aln cwlnIn y pccdicw rllml dre Inj tliqutUfa1 Mnrics He On y M rents a ulL iirlnillnR a fee pntcrn bubtcribj tdilu or send fur tamjiii cory woNxssrcL inuccA NT3 taArnt i P l Ii itri IlIIn catalogue usdwcasltrsonGcs AUUn TIlE UcCALL CO E3 to 218 W CTli U NTW Y03B h ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are tho supreme remedy 03 thousands have testified D STOMACHtTROUDLE it is the best medicine ever cold f over awuyrau courun I fr bpyrlahtarregxIaWend Ialentpracttceerelnaltely bookonwhich ones will Hew to A patent D1 siiFfDiinrir PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D cI I NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I II This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first L I investigating the merits of tho same Tho exclusive features not found on other I machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog wheel Can bo heaped in loading thu samo as a farm wagon Guar JI anteed to pulverize all manure notice tho Title machine is built on a common j sense principle of a farm wagonhence is the simplest most durable lightest draft lowest I hence easy to load Into spreader on the market Backed by ten years not an experiment Ask fo catalogue X Idown NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Coldwater Ohio FURS AND HIDESSIOSEST MARKET pmcm PAID FOR RAW rUIS AND IIIDES- WootCommlaslon Writef- cprkractmentooingthh a4 ESTABLI3 M37 JOHN WHITE A C0a LOUISYILUB KY I I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE 1 POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride level no matter bow loaded la absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing orspreading axles as the weight moves up I ellSYbecause Is not in the nature of a torsion sp ngNo tend R r IJghterIJ a w r + tqbnceoninny fflnnonjlaro growing five to ten acresCI1RISTIAN ENDEAVOR r l Ohrietliin Eedeuvor program for the evening pf Sunday Jan IGth 1910 ut the Ctiristinn Church Topic Christ our Guide VIat of tlnsJesus who is ou- rGuideMrsMllrtin The Word lit Christ in the Gos pel =Mrs A M Burgher Solo OllieCLJoskius The place and utility of the Church as a community work Rev Bush Recitation Betsy JohnsonjJ The Pillar Guide Ex 1820r- w Christ Leads to Truth John 10 7 15Gardnei Shimfessel Solo Edna Earnest v Explanatioii Rev 7161- A M Burgher Golden Sentences by members Song Society Roll Cull BenedictionMrs Williams is appointed to he leader of these meetings for one month Ladies here are bargains in mil linery that you cant afford to miss Our loss will b yonr gain if on take advantngtof this opportunity 87 50 hats at 84 75 try 00 hilts at 8J258450 huts at fci 75 b3 50 huts at t1 2 25112 50 hats at SI 26 IIard wick Co- Stanton Editorial Points The home conling of Theodore i1agehelp to perpetuate the strenuous Roosevelt legend t Uncle Sato has graciously de ferred taking the corporations qiit of Mr Morgans control till the nextsessiqrt of Congress Ljyktout fopiroiiblowli nthe ultimate consumers afs handed the official solution of the high cost of livingprpblem In these times of high prices everybody has toipay Even the oyster is compelled to shell out Everybody is from Missouri Mr Peary you have notproven any more than Dr Cook How can we Itell whether a resolution is good or not tillaf ter we have broken it Marriage may or may not prolong life butit gives a fellow a lot to think about Looks as if theJEresident could get any thing from Mr Aldaich he wants Antifat remedies are seldom needed by the mJ who leans on hopeWinter in this section is getting to be us uncertaiaasa Taft policy r i A countrys protests should be considered as well as its ballots One of the suretwuys to lose a friend is to lend him moneyw Do the suffragettes vant suffrage or bridge whist Farm tor Rent- offerrforI rent myurm at Spout Spring 15 acres sod land for corn 3 acres for tobacco 14 acrea in meadow and plentyof grazing land W Christopher Scut Spring Ky The drinking of an abundance of water will prevent append ici tis because appendicitis is the result of constipation and consti is the resui insuflicient bile undinsufiiciifiBupplyof li quids Thats wfmtan exchange says anyway I anybody wants any further reasons hcyll have z W r to olsewherQfor were nob thereto run the doctors out of business Call and inepeCt our line of full and winter Queen Quality shoes for women in patent leather gun metal vici kids and tnns- IIl1rdwick I Stanton CO Ky i Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK = DRAUGHT liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation In digestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate I other medicines It is better than I others or it would not be the fa largerIj VincheMterLC THOFK88IONAI OAKDS 1ROLAY CITY ftCLAYR CounselloraLaw oFANTON KENTUCKY Courts theICommonwealth Hotel Prop House Thoroughly Renovated Why Suffer 1 1 you one of the thousands of who suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour go to druggist and get bottle of of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use the last half century Cardui has been remedyforcontains harmful ingredients and can be depend ed on in almost any case hake CARr 34ItWmMrs Charles Bragg Swcetser Ind tried formeBeforotAyourtedicineAT ALL DRUG STORES S vIMtRY OF L E TlflE EustRound WestBound No No 4 21 Daily P M I A M 22rt 715 i5 8tl320 826 384 842 8511 t02 858 015- i14 027- 4p 088 j J1j 41 447 056 610 1017 15 111 610 llriO IStntifl1 Lexington unction Indian Fields OLAY CITY Stiinton RritslynFilson Citinptin Tnnction Natural Dridjjo Torrent HtuttyVilln let O ik K unction 1 lick lion i PHYSICIAN AND 8UROE0N 4 KY 1I B R SMITH M D C WELCH Attorney 1j General Practice In all of i V a 1 Central CLAYCITYSKY o W N BUSH Rooms Newly Furnished f Throughout 1 1M r U a Id t i i Are women j aged your a Wine During no of Carflni She TABLE 011- 4Iii I Ii 5 I Nht1No3 Sunday No Only 5 A AI P M A M 055 605 1025 Ult fi20 fi46 1101 15 07 1134 846 458 920 825 485 002 815 42G S548- N11 420 848 803 414 842 7t8 857 82S 745 355 it 2r 780 841 S15 7073 20 7 54- 61h 225 7O5- I 10 220 701 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Dully Except Sunday L k E Junction Nis 1 and it will connect with the C 0 ItniU way for Mt Stjrlinjr Ky iinipton Juiuttiim Ton 1 2 8 and 4 will connect with the Atttuiii Central Knilwny fir iiissenners to mid from Cntnpton by Heattyville Junction Kis 2 will connect with use L kA Rail waj for Itanttyvillv Ky 0ts K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the U K BV1 4way fur Oiinncl Cif Ky and way stations 1 hhEARN STOVE MONEY 1y buying from your dealer this range at half the price that U asked by other IIrmOul modem method merchandising en Bbleg veto make this phcnomlnnl which none of our com peutorecanmeet ffiSSS BO bnvs this handsome largo DOMESTIC WINNER RANGEJust asbown by cut It Ii made from polished Woo ateelJ baa six covers one of which ii sectional asbestos cat tine strips and fuel cup screw draught reel tore duplex grate 18Inch oven cut reservoir and high VINoMODERN BTOV6 MFG COMPANY Chloaeo ill I N