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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I CD d THE CLAY ICITY TIMESf 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to Help Clay Citmhe SurroanJing Conntry and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher tilrtv voL XV CLAY ClfY KJlfluRSDAY MARCH 10 J9IO NO JO Postal Savings Banks The United States Senate has Tossed the Postal Savings Bank bill so strongly agitated by Pres ident Taft As it goes to the House the hill authorizes the various money order postoffiices to accept sums lf lOf more from depositors and to deposit thestisums in the local i banks whore the money is to re main unless withdrawn by the President in case of war or other exigencyIn of this withdrawal the funds are to be invested in Government securities but with the proviso that suchsecurities lihall not draw less than 2 per cent interest The control of the funds is vest ed in a Board of Trustees composed of the Postmaster General the Secrotary of the Treasury and the Attorney General The aggregate balance allowed to any person is 9500 and no per sdn is permitted to deposit more than 1OOQ in any one month The Government is required to pay 2per cent interest and must exact not less tl1l1021 percent from tim banks the extra quar terofl per cent being required andlJOStlCBIt isjcaloulated that such a law would Bring much money oujiof lndi acidieeult in a fund r h iinz Al thewayfrgm500000000 7 p The BwUfttfuI Weather The beautiful father of the past week has been indeed very invogorating after so much very bad weather during the months ofJanuary and February Farm ors have had an opportunity to advance their work considerably and have been very busy While we had some very mild clays it was opt sufficient yet to swell the fruit buds to probably later get killed li tl tit of t x r Where We Sometimes Oct Bit At a public sale recently in one of the lower counties a pair of harness which cost 20 00 eighty ars ago and having been used during this time sold for 80 00 This is the way frequently a sale goes off Some second handed articles sell for more than the same thing can be bought new for while other articles dont bring half their worth- BarnettCantrell Mr Frank Barnett and Miss Jessie Cantrell both of Butler Mo were married there Sunday Feb 27th The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs J W Barnett for merly of this county The happy pair have the best wishes of a host of Kentucky friends Patrick Henry who was seriously injured at Sardis Miss a few weeks ago has so far recov ered as to return home last Wednesday He looks pretty pale and thin but told us yester day he had so far recovered fif teen pouddVou Kfentuckv soil R L Shimfessel has been ap pointed Deputy Sheriff Mr ShinlfesscIwillmake n foarless and dutiful officer and wisely did Mr Bowen make this selection Mrs JO Allen was visiting r r ti- r i I eiiv in ii w days for Newton xansiisto join her husband where they will rpside The good roads bill which re cently passed the State Senate is hung up in the House where solve oppositiou tQ the bill has developed We have a full line of mess and boys hats in all of the new shapes and colors You should see them Hardwick k Co- Stanton Ky I vrriryrivrveyiwwi vrwwvv iF F I SHIM ESSEL S i 1 r The Old Reliable Place i iY tFor Everything You Need in j i General Merchandise j I CJ Good Delivered to All Parts of the City t lJ Country Produce Bought and Sold N PatronagesSolicited ji r lSHIMFESSELSL y T r e r j i CLAy C1TYr J KFNIJCKY 1 xPwo ew- T r f 1 1F t OUR SCHOOL A numb four and some ofpHtatteachers have the lagrippe Wo Iui 1 general scrubbing of floorsdc last week We pupils a- moutlikga names of the m t9ldour the Clay City im end of the month are the names ofofthe most quiet pupils in sgel Virgil Rose Willis Braan Everett High ly Ernest fifthly Callie Phil lips Flore Rogers Adalino- Hagelrlgg il Jlhe Hendrlcks Henry JElendrfcks Lucile Dan iel Katiotllis Carrie Mo field Mary 3ettitt Mary Bry ant Grace tin Charlie Kirt Fred Ttfillbee Brown Der iCksonPeHf htllips Gertrude Vollmer Pear Newell Fannie Mount AnnftjtHon Dora Mack ey Betsy Jo sop Cynthia Pat rick Rocoe Rfago Roscoe Bowman Gus Shitifessel Jim War mouth Shelfiy Martin May Bowman CIaiu Phillips Manjio Sexton RdEaton Reese Shimfessel 8 lie Fletcher Al ico Eaton rio Goosey Julia Pottst Polij Locknane Lucy o wkley Jan a Hendricks Austin JpBos S s Everett King Charlie Bauaiy Charlie Burton Shirley JewJun Nowell JiJH JIttCkAf fV oIrEiI Btrieli Howman and Hubert Adams weare trying to teach our pu pils to be quiet in every thing at all times and in all places We enjoy the busy hum of in dustry but do not like unnec essary noise in the schoolroom or anywhere else There must be some noise in every school room The more pupils the more noise If you stop the noise of a mill or factory you stop the work but every success fulmillor factory as well as ev ery successful school runs with as little noise as possible The teaclier sometimes makes more noise than the pupils A noisy teacher will make a noisy school There is nothing more disgusting than a school making all kinds of unnecessiry and idle noise and a teacher beating on his desk and talking at the top of his yoide to quiet them Some animals as well as some people naturally make more noise than others and we know the kind of animal or person by the noise he makes Some pupils make as much noise in walking across the floor as a horse would make and some make more noise in sharp perils writing on the blackboard turning the leaves in books uni tablets and placing books on desks 4cc than ten times as many pupils should make in doing the same Pupils eau bo taught to bo quiet if we begin with thoni In time and earnestly labor to accomplish our end Children should be taught to speak rind read distinctly and loud enough to be heard A dis tinct whisper can be plainly heard all over any schoolroom i oteacheror pupil should form the habit of spoakingtoo loud or t IIo lI9 r 1 I fiI of speaking when others are speaking or when the pupils of the class are not listening We sometimes like concert recita tion In this the class speaks as one pupil We should go by silent signs A hand raised or a finger held up does not make a noise but talk ing and snapping fingers make a great noise Our school has improved won derfully in being quiet and yet we expect to improve more We are laboring to make good and quiet citizens but we do not ex pect to make them in a day We cant plant corn today and gath er the ripe ears tomorrow It takes time The teachers work is like bread cast upon the waters to bring forth fruit after man daysWe that our pupils will ever remember that empty wag ons make the most noise and so do empty heads and that It takes a great dealof sense to be quiet H M B Talks Extra Session Gov Willson is said to be contemplating culling an extra session of the Legislature iinnie diatele after the adjournment of the regular session The call is expected tq include a recommendation for legislation providing for the payment of the Stages tJt e aLlan oftlie comity untt bi I A Good Bill In the Legislature Monday W V Perrys bill tired at blind tigers and providing that after a first conviction the person found guilty of selling liquor without a license shall be sentenced to the peitentiary passed the House by a vote of 08 to 4 I OUR LINE of CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Eedeavor program for the evening of Sunday Mar 13th 1910 at the Christian Church TopicPatient Faithfulness that wins the Crown Rev 2 110 1810 The Message to the Seven ChurchesEthel Johnson Our Faithfulness must show it self in ObedienceEdna Eearn estFaithful Service GeoFletcher The Lure of Crown comes to those who Serve Ada Roberts Reading Faithfulness Ada JohnsonThe of Job in what did it consistProf Brumley The Topic Exemplified in the Life of our LorelA M Burgher SocietyCJRoll Call- Payment of Dues BenedictionAll come prepared to pay dues MartinLouis Jr is down with a severe attack of la grippe and pneumonia at the home of his father Ben Mnstin near Pow ells Valley church Mr and Mrs Clyde Rumfield of Columbus Ohio are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs W S Roberts of this city Mrs Ann French has been ntf F For SalCr Seven room house ind five lots in west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky It will pay you men and boys to see our line of clothing We fee sure we can suit you both in style and price We have them both in novelty and staple eolors and styles Hardwick S Co Stanton Fall and WinterI I t HATS g r are ready for your inspection I W- All ar Cordially Invitd m I- MrsW N BUSH SAMPLE ROOM OP CENTRAL tlOfELI t t riA i 1 I I rI i f r 4 y THE TIMES rUIIUSIlRt EVGlir TIIDItailAT JB Burgher 1ulilishcr H Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vancc8thenvise 75 Cents Entered as second elass mull matter Thursday Mcli 10 1010 e = CLUB RATES For the convenience of bursiib soribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMKS and CourierJournal 100 H Cincinnati Enquirer 110 4 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Not a Small Matter Wo presume that some jieopli think newspaper men are persist out dnnners Let a farmer place himself in a similar position and gee if he would not do the same Suppose that he raises a thousand bushels of corn and his neighbor should come and buy and the price was one dollar or less and saysHI will pay the amount in a few days As the farmer does out want to be small about the matterhe says All bight An other comes the same way and atiotheruntil the whole thousand bushels of corn is trusted to a thousand different people and no one of the different persons con corns himself about it for it ist small amount they owe the farmer and of course that will not help him any He does not realize that the farmer hue frittered Lr ut WAy his entire crop of corn and r thatits value is due inn thousand little dribletsuud that he is seri ously em harassed in his business n because his debtors treat it as a little matter But if all would pay him promptly which they couldas well as not it would pea large sum to the farmer and en able him to carry on his busi nesswithout difficulty We thought something wus lip when Taft tried so hard to get the postage increased and a slip subsidy bill through The De purtmentluiH just doubled in some instances the pay for mail steam ships The pay on oven smullcrjves sels is now 400 per outward mile The poor mail carriers who ride ovor mud roads not yet John Langleys pikes must bid against each other for carrying the mail mid get it down to the t starvation notch while rich steamship owners pay for carry lug the mail which is already fIr too high must have their pay doubled This is fulllledget modern Republicanism llol the poor and add greater riches e to the trusts and moneyed kings Two labor leaders in Philadelphia Pat have been indicted for rioting brought on by the rucen strike Time laborers were forced- to do something because their employers were payjng nothing muqh above starving wages Rich men l in a laborers and imecuilcdgreat hu t the poor must not riot or they will be indited We are now paying eighteen timesas mucha pound on second slash lvtCJlIfIOItIlUllu paws and yet 111 in her IoStofRco Department Think of how mud l would bo ttfovedia One year nay in ono month if our postal service was managed with any sort of economy Xtl- l Congressman John Langlcy has introduced u bill in Congress for II 125000 Government huiUliti at Jackson Next wo suppose he will build his turnpikes to get to this building Isnt that nice of John SPOUT SPRING Moses McKinney bought a muh from Silas Puckett for 185 Isaac Barnett moved from near here to the farm he recently bought near the bridge Moses AIcKiuiicy sold a bunch of eta Ib shotes to Stan Pucketl at 8 cents per pound Farmers of this neighborhood are making rood use of the prevailing pretty Spring weather The little cdild of Alex Kirby that has been so low with croup and measles is much improved ihis week Asa Todd will move back shortly to his farm near this place We extend a must hearty welcome to Mr Todd back to our midst Fire spread Saturday in the pasture of WJ Christopher from an unknown source and burned up three stacks of huy and a lot of fencing See nor fall apd winter line of Walk Over ehpeB for men We have them in all the liptO date styles ITardwick Co- Stuilton 1 Kimbrcll- Wra Lowry has moved from Clark county to the Pea ridge on Mrs Eliza Stones farm tJ9hnOtheir farm near Sains for 120 Mrs Vicuna Curtis has return ed after spending time wiuterwith her sistor Mrs Ierlina Kendall near Log Licit- Granville King and B T Tut tle took 3 loads of tobacco to Lexington lust week and sold it at an average price of 14 cents Married on Wednesday March 2nd at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Cleln Miss Susie Ulem and Mr Charlie Snowden Rev G W McIntosh officiating Seed Potatoes for Sale Two lending varieties Price GOc find 7c per bushel undelivered John W Miz- eVauthns Mill Ky Liberty of the Press Uphold The recent decision of Judge Houghof the United States cir cuit court quashing the indict moot for libel against time Now York World for its exposure Of alleged scandals in time Paimnia canal purchase is one that will meet with warm approval front the members of the printing and publishing fraternity remarks the Printing Trade News The liberty of the press and free speech is the greatest heritage of the American peuple notwith standing the abuse to which it has often hem It will bea tad day lor the liberties of our people Simon the rtfftraTriilig touch of politicians qugceed in curtailing the liberty oL the press r Afraid of the Tcst Since Dr Cookhah f beeti V j T- clared a fakir by gjiyuutjfitv much presure ions heN bnfiight iVpon Peary tliatluH iroofs be likewise investigated but lear Tiiirfiijr JlIIrolllmillit go at that The editor of a country ex change describes a real queen as- a girl Who loo s Just as good 111 a GOo wrapper assho does ina 25 tailored made suit feels just as much at home feeding the chick ens and pigs as she does playing time piano whistles the same tune patching Locks as she does doing fancy work cooks just as good rt meal for the family aa she does for coinpany can talk just swell on national topicsof the day as she can about her neighbors and has the same smile QU her face washday as she does on Sunday There may bda few girls who come almost up tjt these measure mentH Hut Jhe ljngB thomen who comp up to measurements in like good qualities where are they None come nearer than the proportion of 80 cents to a dollar i Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseaBeu portion of the ear There is only oneway to cure deafness and that is by consti tutional emec1les nearness ip caus ed by an un inflamed condition of the mucous linlngof the Eustauh inn Tube When this tube is in llampd yoiKliavearvrumbllDg pound Qr mperfect hearing and when it is entirely Closed Deafness is the result nail unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nornmlcondition hear ilk will be destroyed fqrever nine eases out of tin nrp unused by La tarrh which is nothing but an in lamed conditionof the mueoUB1 surfaces Wftwill give piie Hundred DQ tars for any caso Deafness Cclips- ed catarrh thatcannothe cur tcla1PpCar JrrruQu 5 rd M Tolgdo9it i I Tuky IIuJlV Family Pills for cPil 1tipntion 1 i t A hew dud uitiIO way of trapping is being sUccessfullv followed by D M Pierce of Barren county PiercQiHafi a rooster ielined up in a dtfiifitJHownbout one mile front his hbm and ail 1 rOIl ud the i1 4r sQt steel yelydand empties his traps of game consisting of foxesand varmints e 0ur line of Millinery ietrivUy np to dute ando r prices are right We ijivite you to call and see it Hard wick Co Stanton SEEDS FIIbl Pure Ouaranleid to Phase Gardener and elentetabuuldtsttheuperlotmeriteofOur Northern Grown spaCIAL FFER FAMOUS we FOR will 10CEN4JSI 1tIIODor te t 1M 1 pl1 rrlMI RUIta rtu 100 istairtYuldt0Iiird 1100 Wen tod Stud 19 ants to irlp v r I lK ani nil WT 1u ahm tutau UollMlkjn to bo with our N and lnrtrurnvI tiltUAT NOUTJU Et CU I 1363 lloi St oCkloraIUInoU j i j Fruit and Orndmental l1 TREES 1 Everything for ORCHARD 4WiY llnduARDEN I ONE MILLION Stroybcrr Plants Free Catalogue Nodgcntst yerLLEXINGTON KY f a t ltrA Easter Garments Nude t Measure timZi tN Satisfaction Guaranteed Q 4 t vvMflfci We are displaying all the newest springi styles in suits dresses coats and capesto v rB J gether with 238 fashionable spring fabrics t+ Have your Easter outfit made to order Have it mode to fit you a rJc lone by the American Ladies Tailoring Compuny of Chicago Wo r c are their exclusive represantativee S 1 The best mantailors in Araericuaro at yourservicounller the per I K t f sonal direction of the famous Monsieur Kayser You wtifget every vTman tailored effect at prices that fairly astonish you s vV t 1 J J t si 7 1V H Our Guarantee Iih llri VV We guarantee Easter delivery if you order your Easter outfit now J lf 7 We guarantee the style fit workmanship d materials Y6ttuo cept no garment which is not satiefactory 5 u y7Jt The Jnakers of these are the most famous ninnwilore of their kind V You hove our guarantee and their guarantee Insuring you this rniii Imost in dress J I x suits 1350 upn vvfv Our prices for mantailored trarmenta made to your iudixidualmea r rure are amazingly low They run us follows vTKf ws1 p Suits 13 5Qto4500 Skirts 500 to 1500 Coats 800 tor30oO t t A Capes 950t 2200 Dresses 950 lo f3000 I i r v These prices are for garments guaranteed to jit you perfectly mUfe 1 to your individual measure bythis celebrated tailoring coiicttrnh Pleu e cull and see our graiid Sister skewing Learn iwlimt thin I J I if i y 4 service means to you Mrs Y io r t Pc WeWiM4aS4 USI HOPE MILLS 1 DLO 1i J f v m L o Start In NowSr Itto use HOPE MIILS lour wfifl lirarif you donf Hkf fthefftrtlin any yr f ether you VIP jueii Venuaran ji tee your biouiti more dainty ind S yi your ply slid pastry iiiirc hicihUHi B v You will find that quality county in flour as wellm in CQitbf and our Hour ions fh qiinUty tluit briffrf hnppy results IYIo1 i I OAKLAND PIANOS f rf Our elm Is tho production or a popular up toiate moderate price piano poueIDIC bstquallty nftoue Irypianos y practIcalpano i F and le concentrated jn tho dtnl attructheOurikyIstobulldontylsotcape Mid one rndoof pin InrrasdnR our ontPut redudntr the ooot or prod r I- ualtylnlhenuklandplanodmpoedbletoobtalnanyothrr p andmo1up todatept J In thaworldharln rannutpelotU5jdrmoaaneually tbzoUjr 3 r t l t 4UI Stelnway Wall Chicago III l VI tJt We Want to Sell TOTT an InDAYSUKClAN t We own and operate the BIGGEST I ON OBttAN KANT IN THK WORLD Iand make the BEST organs which we sell DIRECT from our factory on credit 40 to BO per cent LOWER than gay tS Wholesale or CREDITS dealeria tiir c J 7 ASK THE bui Rotthlapaper about special iADLER ORGAN fOeolwceabwtsLlesIHHIKt 1 i r w + l u t d JHE TIMESF i AN ALL 110MEMADK PAPER f THURSDAY tMcl101010 V LOOArJBREVITIES F M Stone of Right Angle was transacfing business in the I pity yesterday March is the annual moving month and the usual number oft YJIIoves are being made this year there is a serious epidemic of If Insrippe anil pneumonia in Win J vhister und the country surround 1 ill Misses Carrie and Grace Tip ton of Winchester were here a Sunday visiting their sister Mrs v a W R Bbrgher Ifiias juite a while if ever before sincethe roads Hove been in such trood condition lur YF ing the month of March The infat child of Mr and Mrs iI W R Burgher died at their hone P in this city Saturday Burial at the Eaton graveyard Sunday fNow is a goodiotanay YOU I ginghams and white goods and get your sqwing done before the hot weather Airs J W Williams Mrs Mary E Walters of Bloomington 111 writes the Times inclosing the necessary cash for renewal of her sub F scription 4 ca Mad dogs are raging in some of the lower counties so it would J be wel for folks to look out for them in this county its they r might cross over rr Lemon Henry formerly of this ho moved to Mohieorii fr 1 rtery county a few years a o1reo cently sold vout there and has bifught a farmnear L E Junc tion and moved to that place i U- faWe handle Ball Brand rubber f l 6 Jot wear and have a complete i stock of Spots Shoes Felts arctics rt and rubbare in stock- Hardwick Co Stanton V In the Kentucky manufactories 4inspected during 1000 there were 72020 persons employed of whom n 84wer41110n 7880 were j woman 1050 were boys 1700 were girls and 1010 were fore t- i2 men billtr crate veterans without a dissent i ing vote The House had al r ready passedthe bill It will be signed by the Governor and be come a Jaw George S Wilson Speaker of the Bouso of Representatives ehas boon indorsed by fprtysoven t Democrats of the lower House for Governor We have but one objection to him nod that is his f name I cQuplcti vorce c and withdrawthe engagement r jag the cards announcing the marriage two days before the un happy event was to occur AStubbornlis Mutes are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause + Then heres trouble Loss of Appetite i indigestion Nervousness Descent Ilcnov Jleadacho But such trout files fly before Dr Kings New Life I ft C Iills the worlds best Stomach ahd Liver remedy S61easyv 25c mpoqY8ttorpv oto ry Iflo Y r w r 5 r- Ij t kfe L O COX tdied nt Louisville Sunday night after n protracted illness of two years Mr C x is nn uncle of F F Cox formerly of this city and was formerly di rector of the Clay Oily Nationn Bank He was resilient of the union Notional Bank up to the time of his death An Awful Eeruptlon of ft volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Buck lena Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Bppt for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chil blains and Piles It gives inetiirit relief 25catiSwannDay Lumber Cos store If in need of corduroy punts highand regular top shoes hunting coots caps or gloves let ua show you what we have andget our prices for we will save you money HardVick Co Stanton It looks strange to us that Pea ry could go to the North Pole and at the same time keep so well posted on where Dr Cook was Peary has proven no more than Cook but Peary wont give the other fellows a chance to slaughter him as Cook did How Good News Spreads I am 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 They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate thq liver in vigoirate the nerves and purify the blood v They work orders for weak rundown mnd women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily job Try them Only 60c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by SwannDay Lum ber Companys store We Bu- yFURS Hues and Weol Feather Tallow Dewax strp- GoldenSe4YcfowNoottieiA 1e I Wild Glazer otc We are cleiJcw wtaUuhed in 656Orcr lilt a cnturr In r LouiiIleHodcar do bott rryou lliin I atenu or comnuisoa mcrclunti Htltteon nor Dulc in LaiinXe Write tor weedy nice till sad lUppng Ud- M Sabot Sons 229 E Market St LOUlSVaiS KY I Steel Cheaper Web Than Picket Wood 7f4 The lowest priced good gardencatalog tif lawnfield hog and poultry fcncins DEKALB FENCE CO DeKa1411 Ki CUyM A iII T xt1iIZ 1 l w r t t 1- a tqy C 1 10be auto the department I stores tell you that if their goods are riof satisfactory you can return them Sure l But you have to pay express or freight both ways andy u decide to keep them If your home merchants goods tie not satisfactory you take them back and it costs you nothing v DD12ATIIS tlf Mrs BStVyfMaxwell died Monday morning at the home of Judge qeoobi Doricksdri Fu neral Tuesday by the Rev llobt N Bushy off this city John Max well oft1i city is a son of Mrs Maxwell and she formerly lived here with that Several from this city attended the funeral at Ro slyn Tuesday The liveweeks old child of Mr and MrsMillard Ledford was found deacT in bed yesterday at their home on Snow creek resulting from an attack of pneumonia Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil var was more agreea ble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what doctors said was consumption I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds LaQrippe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its su preme 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store SlEDSBDCall SM5BSSUCc- aDtSPECIAL OFFER Md to baud Now 8italuAtrtatwill taMe you oar permanent customer ayltnrletWttet u SritdLtoA t 0 It YUII ties I 10 eI 4 Ytrmir In all d1UAIUNTtI1 TO YLiABI Write today Mention this Piper SEND 10 CENTS to font tMtap ud pwklit sad ncilra this slash oUMtloo of trythee with rai alt lutnetlT suOfilaee4 cull nt hoot toll aeoatt oanttut of Iioo4to IlatteILW Bntbeir 1808DUSOOiFOr J CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO ISURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 3OOOOO THE V3NCIiESJ512 BANK1 r OF WINOIIMTBH KV NIIOLLY 1SITI1affidtOON PRNS W K SPIIAH OAJSUIKU YOUR ACCOUNTS OLIClTJflD +oJ tllU ++ + I +++ fb pnAUP PIN i Watchmaker i Jeweler a tMAll Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Line of I Jewelry Spectacles j Call and see me In the Red tRiver Hoel Building C AY CITY KENTUCKY iia +oJ + tC + + + t + liJ Not Sisters passIngYou are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter and you realize that a woman at forty or fortyfive ought to be at her finest and fairest Why isnt it so The general health of woman is so Intimately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness Women who hove suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It gives vigor and vitality to the organs of womanhood It clears the complexion brightens the eyeeandreddens the cheeks No alcohol or habitforming drugs is contained in Favorite Prescription Any sick woman may consult Dr Pierce by letter free Every letter is AddressWorlds HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU 0 al ourier Journal By mail Three Months Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONL 125 0f The price of the Daily Courier Journal is 8600 a VMir 150 for thr5e months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper und aura luring January Feb ruary and March only at the price for both named wove Send in your subsciption at once and keep posted on the PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE Sunday Courier Journal not includ ed in this otfer Send 50c additional if Sua v i iua is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper ag it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly andour paper both one year for ONE DOLLAR Orders imixt he sent to this paper not to the CourierJournal to get advantage of this out rate I if M H COUUTKKV Pres A T WIIITT Cashier 1 THEICL- AYI CITY NATIONAL BANK lx I CLAY CITY KENTUCKYa j w 1 Capital Stock Paid In Soooo Dollars I tci1uvs THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits I JSt pa j One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department IJ TODAYqfai 1 flj qgp ++ I ld I of oJoH1 +IOHoto H + IoH+ IOHoMoHoo + 9INSTirtE WITH + i F1 LYON SONya Tlio LetseI1ii IiiHitrniioo Ageslttt of JEuwterii Itoiituolcy + i Over 200000000 i Represented 1 i Everyone who knows nnytbiugabout insurance know + they are leaders in this line 1 4+J ++4 +4 ++++ 11 +H aa + + +d+r++++++ + + + + + + + + of LOW FARES TO THE WEST TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA Effective daily March 1 t6 April 15 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be on sale via The HENDERSON ROUTE to California and North Pacific Coast Points 37m 3130 from Louisville Ky to San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Cal and Phoenix Ariz from Louisville Ky to Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW FARES TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Null Information write J P GARDNER arA or R F PENN TPA LOUISVILLE KY JTwoTRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLEAND ST LOUISVIA MARCH I TO APRIL 15 1910 y F e Short Breath For many months P had great difficulty in breathing and was unable to take much exercise The use of Dr Miles Heart Remedy was suggested and in six months I was practically cured IltGH SLOAN Poynettc Wis A sign of poor blood circulation is shortness of breath after walking going up stairs sweeping excite ment anger fright etc The quick est and safest thing to do is to take Dr Miles Heart Remedy It is so sure to help you that it is sold under a guarantee that if the first bottle does not benefit the drug gist will return your money 7 YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE or OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship in TELEGUA RAILROADand 25 of students railroad fare paid Buys this in YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a firstclaes trade that piivs n food cnLirv every month in tho year Excellent hoard at low rates Newivui hnllI IHightful Ilimiite 8000 itant+ moral fuirroundiupB Stu dents imlifv in 4 to G months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS pns ing 845 to Stir 1 on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPTY OPERATORS Write today fur our Free 04 page illustrated Catalog which gives full partfeulnnSoilhernSohoobof TpleQr1phy I Box 372 NEWNAN GA EX 60 YEARSI Ifr TRADEMARKSI IptlonmayqnlcklrCommnnlUonutrletlcolllldelltlaL PatentsPateuucharge In U- ieScientific Jltnericatt A handsoraelr Illustrated woeklr lamest clr euUtlon at nj rclemitto journal Terms 13 a yeari YorkBraucb four tnonttu fL Sold broil newadealora Resolutions of Sympathy Resolved That we the morn hers of lied River Lodge No 70 iimf P do most heartily sympa thize with Bro W It Burgher and his family in the sudden and untimely death of their infant child this as well as the sympa thy of ourselves as individuals is hereby extended Resolved also That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this Lodge lIIdut ropy hereof be sent to the be reaved family Frank Earnest S A Roger Committee Jas M Smothers i IGet your tobacco canvas at Shim I feesulB ICd bntiJtrllrr or pcrfict litlmpllcltynon hI ly rtiV 4 1 S In itc riy- C ry kiy i J I i ill t V 1 It icl Cuiai i i r IT I T d tiin rny ciir r tiiU tor lio t ulo u- ccriLi3 lJCfrIMure nb crih i tVm Try rtrr funmagazinetnitnnnr nt JnUtl Ltest stytrs pntrrtree M iiur tiiip r nlrnry ncedx wo v inidn n ftirlvs rtc 0q tJ rets Ietiquette tuhlc Inciidoir n Inc iiuantoday or and IvrMU j c WONJEnFUL 1SD 1CT1Tw J loAcntf Foal Vlr i rcluAn-ducw cash raeolca Adnns THE UcCAU CO 2CS to 23 W r4 r fIV YC Qrerslr atxsafvan Eleetrio analarPtbif Ur m Succeed when everything etce fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified kCNBYUVERANDSTOEYIAC6iT1iOUBGic it is tho best mcciclns ever field p 1 mto 1Ir MIW VrV rLi IPatentpmctleeaclualvelyrIstwrnlbookon I Whlth ones will pay now to gel a partntr I 11 InforniaUonC PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C c =cn = = = = = NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTIONT- his Manure Spreader Is different from all others Do not first Invcstttratinp the merits of the same The exclusive features not found on other machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadIngthe I anteed to pulverize all manure notice the ree This machine is built on a com mon stnso principle of a wagonhence the fannImost durable lightest draft I yearnIaa I = =HIDESMARKET PRICE i fueSAND BIDES RAW Writeor FURS ESTABLISHCD 10r7 JOHNWHITECOsLourtsvlrrLIw I I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride no matter how loaded Is absoU QItchingor ing orspreadingofoxles as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tendency to r ttle Lighter W BABCOCK CUT UNDER WAGONTehiclemade than The lest riding vehicle extant Always Rives satisfactIon Six different styles Send anr1 I ratalogueandpnce list BABCOCK OARRIACE CO Evansvllle t Uniform Accounting Dill It goes without saying that Kentucky needs the uniform ac counting proposed in the meas ure introducEdby Representative W H Shanks in the Lower House and which has already passed the Senate Otherstates under its operatIin are showing a saving over the present system in this State several hundred thousand dollars yearly If this bill is enacted into u law in Kentucky a uniform method of checks and balances will be applied to every state county and municipal office and to every public institution The public moneys will ho safeguard cd for the reason that exposure is certain to follow and to speedily follow any attempt to deliver them Irma their rightful and legitimate use Just any old method of handling public funds will be no longer possible as there will be but one method pre scribed for every fiscalolficialaudj he will be coin pel by reason of the fact that le is I subject to constant supervision and frequent inspection The of the Uniform Accounting law istb inform all of the people of the State of the manner in which the sums taken from them throughV taxation are expended It will promote econo my by entailing honesty Our spring goods are now on Our stock is larger than ever be fore Ve believe we can supply your wants better and besides give you more for your money than anyone else in the county If wo are correct in ptir belief it is to I your interest to with usIthrough Come and look and see what you thinkrabuc it Harpornk Co 1 L1itOnJ T The beautiful w lilcr changed last night to a rsnftw which is melting about as fast as it falls This is the first reminder by the weather that It is March every other day of the having been very monthj You are cordially invited to attend i o ir Millinery Opening McbI 18th and 10th Mrs Lillie Barnes has charge of this department ndw She is an experienced trimmer and keens up with the times by going to the city each season for that purpose Dont fail to attend the opening You will be welcome even if you are not in need of any tbing Hardwick Co i Stanton A new fire insurance compa ny has been organized and1n corporated ut Lexington with 20000000 capital and 800 00000 surplus This is the only tire insurance COmpany in the cityIt If will be to your interest to see four line of spring itthummer suits And odd pants for ofeinfthd boys be fore making your purchasesthis seasons styles are unusually pretty awl wucan show you all the new col ors and cuts and atWices that will interest you Hardwick Co- Stantonj 1 Councilman ltIlt1Edge has bought the Van dale property in the eastern portion of the city and has this week Amoved into I samei ILOur print andtirnmerline of Ilow cut Valkpvei sUoet for men and boys is rMdyforyour inspection Call unj seethetniHardwick fiJCb tl tOIJi- John P GaylordnrovedyiStor day to ScliollvllJejYd engage in shoptrade 7 1 p- I p The pretty days this week have enabled ninny farmers to get their tobacco beds sown Firm for Rent SpoutSpring3 acres for tobacco 14 acres in grazinglandSpout Spring Ky SeriousI- tIs a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying vto be careful to get the genuine BLACK = DRAUGHT liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation indigestion and liver trouble Is firm ly established It does not Imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN Pa 43 05 ULII II- S PROFESSIONAL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON BR SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON p KY R C Attorney CANTON KENTUCKY Practice all the Commonwealth KY N BUSH Prop f Renovatbd e Throughout 1 r- FL 1 n f cally on the female organs and a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at and give it a fair trial ITAKE It Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ey Oardurand writes Ithink Cardui is just grand have ugiifr it for eleven years I am 48 old and feel like a different oman since j nave be Jn taking it I used to suffer bearing ains nervousness but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly recommend Cardui for young and old it AT ALL sU OF L E TIME lltltBfJUhU WestBound No 21 No DailytI P M- 22i A M 735 315 8111 340 826 3J4 842 8n 902 358 010 4 Mo 915 iU 022 430 118 435 1 447t950510 1017 o lllfl 610 1130 StUJOi T Lexington VinchwtertC k Indian Field i J1YCITYj- Stwitoii Rnet lyn Filson Caniptnii Junction N Ill I Bridget Torrent Bell ttyvlll Jet O fc K Junction Jiicksoii OAUUS xeOLAYOITY KY 1i 1410 1 CLAY CITY WELCH CounselloraLov General in Courts of s rrerrrrrerrunrrrrNR Central Hotel CLAY CITY W jRooms 1 House Thoroughly uanarerneren Nervous Women recommenpCardufCardui has ingredients once CARDUIII JWOE Help YouJ3 tried I been years from down andsleeplessness Try DRUG STORES ft1NARY TI48LEI 1DnA M Ca P 111 A lh 055 005 1025 012 520 940 000 rl507 934 845 453 920 825 435 902 815 420 854 8Oe 4 20 f 8 548 I 803 414 842 7t8 357 828 745 355 H 2fi 7J0 341 8lf 707 320 754 11 Iii 225 705 UIO 220 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Dully Except Sunday- L E Junction Nus1 and 3 will connect withtb C fe 0 Railway for Ml Sterling Ky Canipton Junction No8 1 2 J5 and 4 will connect with the Moun tain Central Ibtllwuy fir pnssenuers to and from Campion Kv Beitttyville Junction SfI2 will eminent with the L fc A Rail way forjieattyville Ky 0 ct K Junction NllliJ and 4 will connect with the 0 K Rnil f way for OIlUlwl Cif Ky and way stations EARN STOVE MONEYb- ybuying from your dealer this range at half the price that la by other firms Our modern method merchandising en ables us to make this phenomlnal oflor which none of our com Ilel1tora con meet SaS90 buys this bandsomelarge DOMESTIC WINNER RANGEJust as gown by aati It maderompoll hed blue J turs A r 11NoMODERN STOVE MFO COMPANY Chicago 1I1 l S ea JIo riJ Lc f