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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t fl II1 f rt r Jt IIf 1 G1 t I 14 1 JII J I 1if J 1 t t gTHE CLAYCi1 t s CITY TIMESI A 1 e50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here Id help Clay tilt Surrounding Country and Ourselves IP Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KT T TRSDAY MARCH J7 J9IO NO 11 H Leading Hoe Down Dancers After a dinner given by Ifres idont Taft in honor of Speaker 1 Cannon the guests repaired to the cast room of the White House The waltz was led by President Taft and Mrs Joseph 11 Gaines Speaker Canton dancing with Mrs Laughlin sister of Mrs Taft In the inter t mission tho orchestra struck up a lively tune and Uncle Joo step ped briskly to the middle of the tloor where to tho patting of 4hand ho danced a hoe down- Y and the buzzard walk Un ole Joe challenged Taft and the President stepped to the centre and also executed several steps of an old fashioned hoe down The above from dispatch from Washington is disgusting to all thinking Christian people in Jhe country Roosevelt took off the oinUln God wo trust and it might be put on as a substitute Christian people put to shame Back etc Farm Gov Hadley of Missouri is an enthusiastic believer in the backtothe farm movement Ho believes in it so strongly that he is to become a farmer in prac tice aswell aka farmer in theoryThe Governor has purchased a tract of land pear Jefferson City and preparing to build log libuse on itfloproposes to cut 4 1ii1 1IiJfU 4 rnet ors fiJrj an bd i3silioti e f houseraising Tho Governor expects to occupy the farmhouse this summer Having advised every family to keep a cow he will do the same He will also raise chickens and hopes to show the Missourians that he knows somethingt about scientific Mr and Mrs Charlie Mize have moved tQ Osborne Kansas to make that place their future home S Lf 7 iri r Bills Pass Senate Mondays session of the Senate passed tile following important bills had already passed the House and will become laws unless vetoed in sonie instances it is possible by Gov WillsonHouse bill 207 to prevent placing the names of candidates put on ballot by petition any party device was passed by a vote of 20 to 0 li B No 210 known as the merchants bill specifying the amount of property of n person with a family was exempt from garnishment was passed by a vote of 18 to 11 H B No 882 to amend Sec tion 856 Kentucky Statutes relating to fees of jailors for feed ing State prisoners was passed by a vote of 26 to i The bill provides that jailers shall receive 75 cents instead of 50 cents a day for feeding prisoners H B No 200Act making it unlawful to take rabbits in snares was passed by a vote of 31 to H B No 00 to provide for payment of H juror when sum moned although he is not accepted was passed by a vote of 81 to A milliondollar negro indus t i1l choolw JJ fobgestubli i li d mi Y iJb- ut therccent8es8ion of the Leg islature passed a bill prohibiting the establishment Qf suchschool ill Kentucky Governor Will son vetoed tho bill but it passed over his head uThc Collarette is the name of a fourcolumn folio publihed by the students of the Beatty ville Collegiate Institute The little sheet is interesting full of original matter by the students and many funny jokes Wo en joy its reading very much 5F 4 rwvr3vr vi 4 SHIM FESS1LS J I i The Old Reliable Place For Everything You Need in 1 General Merchandise j i i fJ Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City t 1 Cj Country Produce Bought and Sold A Liberal Share of Your Patronage Solicited Htr4L I HIMFESSELS I s + w t which where under 0 1 CLAY CITY- KENTUCKY i i 1 rr A SERIOL0 THOUQHT Mr J M MciDaniel the attor fey of Beattyplle is in the city for a few day Mr McDaniel is deeply sted in the wel fare of the mountains and said to tho it I am delighted with the n day morning Fdrm Edition orhi Herald It its doing a great work Eastern Kentucky res- eats Ii a veryv serious economr problema timber is nearly all gone thetbare bleak hills shorn of their tree culture and cropped in cornea year or two become deepStil v lea and their fertility is washed into the Ken Jituuky rivers and finally settle in thirioh alluvial hot toms of tho MUsissippi Valley What abalUwjxido with these hills and Switzerland and ninny lcs2f vored countries turn them intpAgardens vine yards andrcftnrclB In Kucriey are turned deserts to be hold tens ofthousands of acres of land in E tJi Kentucky an nually turntd into waste land Shall KentuaF yaulne a desert in her section is partially debhdegt on the others + over one fourth Qf K ky is threatened with almOtMlal destructIOn of the soilslverythiug good sprin s u Hun drt ds f thousands Of country people in Eastern Kentucky are buying meal fruits and all those other family necessities which any pastoral country should pro duce Kentucky should wake up to the fact thiliiit is bad business to have to have such a vast area of country in sterile condition Poverty mustXrfollow and the State loses tries supports pau per counties and loses its millions in the fruitless toil of its citizens- on barrel1go lIi What shall le done Where shall we commence We have an Agriculture College and an Agricultural Experiment Station and Departmet Agriculture at Frankfort which are annually expending vast sums of money They should be required to look into these alarming conditions to make experiments in all sec tions and see what fruits and crops are best adapted to the soil what fertilizers will hold and reclaim it This can easily be done in every county Some progressive farmer slightly aided win carry out experiments on his farm Captain M J Treadway of Delventa Lee county could be a blessing to the whole section He is an Eden jn tho midst of productiveness The farmers institutes are doing nething In Lee county from tlveto ten farmers attended No good as far as I know Juts vcr come froth them At m farmers institute every fHrnibr held up his bond saying thereby that he never heard of the Kentucky Exper intent Stothm1his suggests that these institutions should ipd must get in4closer touch with the people actually help them Thats w they are maintained Tbewre not doing half their words to wise Unlesssomething ia doliO for the as cultural inter 1 t k Y i s I P eats of Eastern Kentucky it will not be long before the State will have a desert to support Why are there so many pauper coun ties in the mountains a dead expense to the State It is because agriculture there is a dead art or rather one that has never taken on life One agricultural tollego our experiment station our Department of Agriculture at Frankfort I bid you to wake and if you dont wake an arous ed public will shake you and youllnever get to go to sleep on good fat salaries any more I am going to Frankfort to have a resolution put through both Houses to the effect that the farming conditions of the moun tains should be seriously consid ered by the proper authorities and at the end of two years if something effective is not start ed there will be radical measures added to the statutes I suggest that diversified farming poultry raising or fruit growing be speedily encouraged in the mountains A rich Common wealth must bo rich in all its sectionsBlue Grass Farmer Retail merchants especially grocers heartily approve of a bill which recently passed the lower House of the Legislature It pro vides that if a man earns as much as fifty dollars per month one ton thof that amotitli may begnri nisheed for debt and all over fifty dollars per month shall also be subject to garnishee It will be to your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits end odd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty andwo can show you all the new col- Or and cuts and ut prices that will interestyou Ilurdwlck tt Co- Stanton IIOUR LINE of Fate of an Accident You cant always tell says mi exchange what will happen For instance there is a story of a man who determined to commit suicide He went to the stow and bought a rope a can of coal oil a box of matches a d9se of arsenic and a revolver Ho went down to the river and pushed th boat from the shore and waded to where a limb hung over sate rated his clothes with the coal oil lighted a match and set fire to his clothing took the dose of arsenic put the muzzle of tho revolver to his temple pushed the boat from under him and pulled the trigor But the bullet glanced and cut the rope a bove him and he fell kerflop into the river the water put the fire out and he got strangled and coughed up the arsenic He rope and waded out and declared himself a candidate for the leg islature on the Reform ticket Postmaster Resigns Miss Bertha Mapel has resign ed as postmaster at this city to take effect April 1st With duo respect to all predecessors Clay City never hind u better postmast er and will we believe IItHH- rhave another better one All patrons of the office received at her hands the same courteous re spect It is regretted that she saw fit to resign as her plaee in tho postofllce will be hard to fill There will of course be ft dearth l of applicants for tin placo and there are a number of our Republican friends who can fill the place withefficiency April Fool will be along again soon For Sate Seven room house and five lots in west end of town Apply to N 0 Walters Irvine Ky Pall and Winter jiY- X r HATSS jz are ready for your inspection All ar Cordially nyitd W N BUSH L1wSAMPLI 4 i ROOM 0 91 CENTRAL 1IOTI3L t4- r r1f IftIi NiJ Kfi M J t A y THE TIMES tUaLIariED J5VEUV THUUSUAT J B Burgher Publishers Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance othenvise 75 Cents Entered us sectnid class map matter Thursday Mch 17 IfllO = =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 8100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 Spring It will soon be spring timethat glorious season of all the year when if you will put your ear against the bark you can almost hear the sap rising in the trees sapheads are invited to try it when the butt rflil18 flit around hunting for their supply of oleo murgarene when bullfrogs an nouuce the depth of the water in sonorous tone and nimrods are given a chance to perfect their scholarship in the Ananius Olub when the man of the house is given choice between beating his brains out against the chicken house or spend a season at beat ing the parlor carpet while the housewife looks like a Hiudo with a white turban on her head when we may take observation as to which endof a horse or cow gets up first after a rest in the green pasture when almost ev erything looks greennot omitting some people you know when the bumblebees bum through the air and the straddlebug straddles around when the hoe and the rake point their handles at you as if inviting you to take hold and get busy when the dickey bird sings to his mate and lovers often full out and almost fight after a jealous argument under the old apple tree when six young on ions about the size of a lead pen cil sell for a nickel when the editors poetry box has to be well guarded to keep it from overflow ing with odes on the season when the ice man begins to fire up his boiler und get up steam in his factory when the buds begin to bud out including sonic Buds of the human species oh yes it will soon be spring time but the weather of the past two months almost makes us forget the many things which accompany itExT- he passage of any of the Pres idents proposed measures in the form he has them drawn and of fered or carrying anything ap proximating unoriginal theories seems now a hopeless task There is active and potent opposition to the most cherished provisions of all the bills on the Administra hon programme from Democrats and many Republicans and the trusted friends who have promis ed the President to aid him in redeeming his campaign pledges are reported to be giving only lIIellsjurlSMu his being said about par doning henry E Youtsey He nays he is guilty and names the other guilty culprits which Will son turned louse We say he should stay where ho is and it is a pity his confederates are jot there with him Whilq M itttifelleristniktng r to rp about giving us back that hulf of the United States which he has made out of oil it will be well to watch him for maybe he is just trying to throw us off our guard while he gobbles up the other half Fifty counties in Kansas it a Statewide prohibition Coin monwealth did not furnish a sin Kle criminal tq the penitent inrV in lOOi Prohibition does sonic thing if it doesnt prohibit I People are beginning wonder what the government will do with its money after Mr Aldrich has taught it how to live on 300000 000 less a year That Mr Rockefeller is a re= maskable manlie actually need ed an act of Congress to e tuble him to get rid of his money The Trouble Man has got his hands full in Philadelphia Perhaps it is n case of too much Prosperity for the trusts Uncle Joe Cannon as a dancer is in an unusual role Ordinarily your uncle fiddles and lets the other follow dance There is this difference Pinch ot was fired Btillingor sceme a bout to be smoked out Back to Simple Life Former Senator J 0 S Black burn is now enjoying the quiet and peace of life on his farm near here and there he expects to spend his last days It is claimed that the Senator will have some good horses some good cattle and some good mint beds but will not exert himself to become a farmer in the strict meaning of the term He will ride and drive as a country gentelmen should Those who have visited the Senator say he is in robust health and tickled to be back in old Ken tucky again His farm is one of the best in the bluegrass region and joins that of his brother Cap James BlackburnMidwuy Clipper A New Game There is a new game out called Tickel the editor Take an ordinary sheet of writing paper on which you pen a few lines suitablofor the occasion Next you fold it carefully enclosing a bank note sufficiently large to pay all arrearages and a years subscription in advance and hand it to the editor Keep an eye on him and if n smile adorns his face the trick works fine The trick can be worked on us Gov Willson Tuesday vetoed the Blair bill providing for legal registration of ageometits for pooling farm productsbasiiig his objection on the section act pro yidiug a heavy penalty for any person buying or soliciting pooled or pledged propertylists of which have been recorded The bill was passed over the Governors veto by big majorities in both houses You are cordially invited to at tend our Millinery Opening Mob 18thand 10th Mrs Llllio Barnes has charge of this department now She is an experienced trimmer md keens up with the times o ng to the city each season orthat purpose Dont full to attendthe opening You will be Lwelcome even if yoUxaro not in need of any thing Hardwjck Gvf Stanton Seed Potatoes forSaW Two loading varl ties PriqiiXJOc d 75operbuwhelniidellVertlJohnyV jrr inugiidIltfilKy r 1- p CHRISTMN ENDEAVOR rChristian Eedeavor program for the evening Mar 20th 1910 at tbo Christian Church TopicMa Curse or a Blessiugjuke 121821 Matt 019 21 What io Mr yLeader Money is dllp Toil Mrs Albert f SOU JSomo wayi which money may be nCur or Blessing Mrs Martin t The Habit u Giving formed early in LiferiUrs SinOlair L We should lajup our Treas ures in HeRvonUcv Bush VA rich jmjjfns Privilege Matt 27 loTOq Thomas Rose tfGold used tbrGod Luk e 8lt I N Members willj please respond tcr Roll Call with a Bible verse from memoTvia Deafness Cariaot bo Cured by local applications an they cannot reach thq diseased portion o f the ear There is only one way t cure deafness undtbatja by constitutional remediesTiDeafness iCIUII ed by an an inflamed condition nf the mucous lining of the Eustuch ian Tube When this tube is in flamed you liaderarumbllng Bound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closedDeafness js the result and uniev h6Iii1mml1llon can be taken outlandthiStuhe re stored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cures out of tenjJ caused by Ca tarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition aif the mucou- surfaces JtWe will give J One Hundred Dol lars for any case otfpeafness caus ed by catarrh tpannot he cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Seid- for circulars free tqSoldTake HallV Famfiyiils for constipation 1 Longer Tongues The tongues of theprdinary honey bees are not long enough to reach into red cloverand the United States Gtwerninent is spending tbousaiTds of dollars trying to lengthen the tongues of bees The main workofthe hon try bees other tlwu storing up honey is to ferfrtizevfcoms by grossing the CtHeniIfitwlra not for the bl8IJoth jioney and bumble there would not be un abundance of fruit r Old newspApers for tale at this ffiee S SEEDSFresh Guf ftl edt Plui Otrdent sod- Planterebuu1dtettbe I NortttmQrownStfJv r merltof FfKR fit FOR 10 CENTS we will tend postpaid our I FAMOUS COLLECTION ipebeSDyTat ptpfrlNRlh to 11 MIWrwti faJrr baMMt t et l1llrU KwUtLMIiM IM AlwlIT IoU caw fkwr 1e- latWrit todirl SoaAIO MllU la l1pypLinsdMckbj w4 nolrt lbe boM r GREATNOIITII1RYenlI CO HOM St Ilo kfonl Illinois Fruit and Ornamental f TREES CerrlhlnllI ORCHARD LAWN- and GARDeN ONE MILLION Straybftry Plants Catalogue fo X tear- sH FFree F HIleJMneyer tt SQf REXIN ptyZt ICY tL tr4 t r- pt w Ij t t- rf i j t r Easter Garments Made Measure Satisfaction Guaranteed We are displaying all the newest spring 1 styles Insults dresses coats and capes tO gather vlth238 fashionable spring fatirics t- I f Have your Easter outfit made to order Havo it made to fit you nr lone by the American Ladle Tailoring Compitny of Chicago We their exclusive ropresantativcare w t t I Thcbcst man tailors in America are nt your service under the personal direction of the famous Monsieur Knyser You will get every mantailored effect at prices that fairly astonish you T i t Our Guarantee I a 1 We guarantee Easter dcllvery if you order your Easter outfit lialy- We guarantee the style fit workmanshipnnrl materials You ac cept no garment which is not satisfactory t The makersof these are the most fumous manta re of their kind You have our guarantee and their guarantee Insuring you the ijfu most in dress JJ v e 1 Suits 1350 up 4 t Ourprices foriaantailondBarineiitsiiiale to your indiyiduuTuieaB uro are amazingly low They run as follows Suits 1350 to 4500 Skirts 500 to 1500 Coats 800 to 3000 Capes 950 to 2200 Dresses 950 to 3000 1 These prices are for garment guaranteed to fit you perfectly made to your individual measure by this celebrated tailoring concernr I ePlease call and see our grand Easter showing Learn wltat4his service means to you f I Mrs J W Wiliams r tStI1 lI Jt Oi4o USE HOPE MILLS 0 T i I I i Fri I I rswra nr Easter Baking Made easier and more satisfactory by always using the Best Flour Then you want Purl or Bakers Pride for your dainty and funny i baking Every sack guuranteed Sold by our leading merohnnts Mfg tJJ ANDREW CAIN Versailles Kytu I OAKLAND PIANOSOur aim Is the production of a popular UPtOdateImoderate price piano poneulor that of tone worth value and durability heretofore not found in I prlceaThe I are practical andmarketing men whoso pnlanoe onnceatratsd In thedove opment of UIOM eoentUl quality features that attnictl 1Ouruelltyandlndlr1itulltylnhoOa1Lndplanglmpoe 111Inor eonltnl llon throujfh outthanlslydyleworkmaarhlp nd In durability W IoJ1 IfyourdealerdontbandiUklaodpWwwthedlrert ito irae price l OQdbI III j We Want to Sell YOU an DAYSORGANown and operate the BIGGEST PLANT IN THK WORLD ONWeI stake the SBBT ortrana which i Hell DIRECT from our factory per neat LOWER CREDDCr8d1t140rW ia than dealeroraL t AmericaKj A Koler qaper bO sa write for catalog ir itADLER QRGAN CO aeet w MMLMfttiit4 JJl 1 t I f if If 1 t THE TIMES r AN ALL HOMEMADE APER THURSDAY Meh 17 1010 I BREVITIESIhas announced fpr Attorney General Miss Bertha Mapel visited rel jitivea in Irvine several days last week I gilder A fiastor moils called tot Lexington Moncayon a business Jmissi n t Mrs R F Day of Mt Stdr Ittig 5s the guest of her brother WR Cassidy Elder Cargill of Lexingtoiij will preach at the Ohristian cliiirch Friday night Mrs Eva Burgher is spending I a few days with her father Reu ben Tipton at Winchester Circuit Court cdvenes at Stan ton Monday with the usual num ber of cases on the docket Miss Carrie Barnett of Winchesters visited relatives here thtilatterpart of the week Mrs James Bloom has been Fonfined tb her bed several days nvith a mplicntwpof troub f J hs Solomon D Ewell ofthis roan tywas married Wednesday March Oth tu bliss Bet IP Grow of Clark county I Nqw is a good time to ouy youi I ginghams und whfto goods rind pet 1 pours ddhe IjeforeVthe hot weather Mrsi W Williams j r j l wrlrTh l N htv fait wUlSgive another exhibition this I year The fair will begin July 10th and hold over five days I Some say peaches are nil kill- edI I but we can hardly see how tliey nTarirtged to get any life in such awinter as we have had this time L rT D Williams general manager the Standard Spoke Compa ny wa1 over the O fe K the iirst of the week buying rough spokes for his plant here Judge T J Fletcher has been down several days with the grip Mr 0 Shimfessel has also been hud up a few days with u severe t attack of the same trouble The experienced editor of the Maysville Bulletin remarks The highest joys of gardening fire enjoyed about now i as we revel iu the tropical luxuriance of I tjie eeJ catalogs forgetting the sterile harvest of September Stubborn AS Mutes are liver and bowels snmetimsIseem to balk without theres troubleJoss of IndigestionNervptIRne5NN Deson dency Headache But such trou t tiles ilybefOreDr KingsJfuw Life t Pills die worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy VSo easy 25C t 1 SwannDay Lumber Companya amore EIOur spring goods are now on ur stgpk ts larger Juanever htl ore Webejieve wo can sypply your wants butter and beafdesgive vwu tiiivy tor y r money clan V- 3no ee pp the t QQiipky XC we ievUrrect in Ouybulletlt istO yqur interest to dealwtth Uj Mine jll1i1 liluk thr1 ugEInd ill1itYOuLlink ee nbh ttit tryJ k a l JStnntenta oC 1t L t4r I a 0 frt 7 w Ir n I 1 y Statistics wee quoted at the sheep breeders meeting at rnukfortsliotcrng tlfat the uulil bqr of sheep in Kehhicky has in creased from 100000 to 1070000 since the dog law wont into effect Ed Welch formerly of this county who has been located flf Kellogg Idaho for several years lias moved from there to Terre Haute Ind He so advises the Times rind asks tliaC liis paper be changed to the latter place An Awful EerupUoh ota volcano excites brief interest arid your intereslitr skfn eruptions will tie as short if you use Buck Ions Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Bert for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chil blame and Piles It gives instant relief25e aVSwanhDay Lumber Cos store While digging into a hole to capture a rabbit Grant Bennett and Gordon Farrow of Grayson unearthed nn old tin I Ilinnister containing 482 in gold and silver- coin A cabin nenj the plats where the money was found was occupied quarter of a Century ago by John Stevenson an old hermit who died suddenly How Good News Spreads iI am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolsonof Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Kieltrie Bitter leoanp 1 T own my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every tinief They never fail to tone the atomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate th liverJn yjgoraje the nerves and the blood TiiyworkwthtlPr4forw- eak V rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health that a a daily Job Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is positive ly guaranteed by SwanhDay Lnm f her Companyjp store 1 FMrFJJ HI aft fGoTdaSealYe eradtaLtddLcWniDeiIIId taD dot r c a rDrll S be J goec 10I 229E aset1L lOUiSViLLE ail OUr7Ie6MlOdiI I j 1t IIIIh epnawtllat aPrttvfat- M 1 I I 1atmlVtBfPlKpr cOtI Jh It t i 2 tiw 4n 4rg An elccliange saysiCut the tobacco cropjpool it and thus a void over production Give some attention to hogs and other products Try some chickens and add a few good riiilwst oyburherd Don t put alle your eggsin one basket uMix when it comes to decidfiigNvhlt you could raise for profit this ear Dont go stark crazy ojftobacco because you have gob sv udgment to get together arid Sntrol the selling price Make it easy to retain controlby ieg eating the supply to suit the doinand and while you yonrincometo some otl product of the farm that turhiiiFo money moreeasily and readily thun tobacco Don get the farming proposition all lopsided by over doing any One product i iGJ Judge Win Beckner lawyer and noted politician is dead at Winchestei ik aged sixtyeight year ai Born Saturday March 12th to Mr and MrsEd Hull twin- sSavcSoldiers Ufe Facing dent h from shot and shell in the civil war wits more agreea hie to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than fnoingtfrom what doctors said was Icon tracted astubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to wjn sdPk of all reniidiesi s for years r My weight ran down In 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kinds New Discovery which completely qured me I now wcjigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds i irtripp0 fAsthnin Heniorrhn Hoarpene88jii Croup Whooping Cough aha lung trouble its su preme 50q and 1 Trial bottle free Gutirnntepil at SwannDay Lumber Coa store ttaOYJr I n t ihBOcCSPECIAL OFFER W- ttti bunlIteillntn s Atrlatew- natyou VIQIH patmaoeDt cujtomer Prize Coitectory knob rnnetlatGt ttairoaptrfeetrIeteelnnennluelttl Write today Mention this Paper VV SEND 1O CENTSIo wpatqrepebla = cueeelthis herItndtaaeutMil Nlbeut bo JtMt 14VHJ ci SttOt noUN RW tkbi1U B8SBaWffl qJ tYrirr ytrI r CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO l URPLUt3 ANn UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO i i1rb s 1EH 1 I WINClIIjsiEJR J3AN1ib it01 Wrrcrlt TrnfIY 1ST HOLLY WITJIKHSIOON Piuit W K SlHAliC OAHIIII I T rYOUR AOCX ijNTsVoniOlTED A AP4 AA wrCN l oHo++ +++++1 PtI1uPPIN i iiAU Kjnds Of Watch and Figck iRepairing on g1Notlcc and Reasonable Ttpr SATISFAC + PION UUAR4TEEU LIne of i Jewelry pectacles i Call and see the IR the Red t RIver Hotel Building i CLAY CITY J KENTUCKY t+ 4T+ ++j++ ti lfi o i I 1t t J 1 F 1J 1l C iL I Remedies are NeededWere ice perfect which we are not medicines would not often be needed But since our systems have be throughindiscretionsthrough counties generations remedies err needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquiredweaknesses To reach the teat of stomach isnolhingcrya glycerio compound extracted from native medic IntestinalDerangementsForWeak IThe genuine has on ItsI wrapper tho nonoleohollcmedicine thereby make a little Bigger profit andbowelsHERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU o JailyCourierJournal By mail Three Months Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 125o The price of the Daily Courier Journal is SO 00 a year tloO for three months lie have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept onltra for thud paper nnd our during January li rnarv and Murrh ily at Hi pr for both named above tin ntl in your sutociptin at nuVe hit I ir postwln the PROCEEDIMIS 0V THK LEGISLATUHK SimlaV fniiiierJouniMl1not iflu l ed In this otter Scud oOc additional if Sunday igsue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL il just as good a paper us it ever wis We can still furnish the VppfcJr arid our piper hritltrn rnnr fop ONE OOTJ AR- Uniers auist ho sent 10 this paper not to the OourierJournui to get ndvantige of this vht rate t q 1 rl J it JJy M H COUUTNKV Prea A T WIIITT Cashier I Tiff s J CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK J CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars rolns T1IUE1S PER CENT INTEREST on timeduposits a 7 1 One Dollar will start an account In our Sayings Depiirtmont 4 I I 1 WilY NOT START ONE TODAY 11 I YillJ i l ii aaY i1mj +++tH + ++ tHtHO +iHE F F Fb +4r3 +Fdr- 411NsU1tEt WITII + i P A LYON SON i AgentstI Over 200000000 i Represented l+ 1 Every one who knows anything about insurance know + theyare leaders in this line toc + +Ho+ o +N+ aJo+++404+++ +++4 LOW FARES TO THE WESTu TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND BTI LOUIS VI4 Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be on sale via The HENDERSON ROUTE to California and North P cifip Coast Points Louisville Ky to 3720fromItrancisco Los Angeles Diego Cal and Ariz Louisville Kyto 3730from Spokane Seattle Everett SIMILAR LOW PARES TO OTHER PAOFIC COAST POINTS For Enll Information write J P CARDKER AjLOUISVILLE ITWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA MARCH I TO APRIL 15 I9IO e 4- y sf1 rltt W vn r i C t- Ch Tart qt J t air 1 py4 A 1 L J 0 Smothering Spells yearsHadwent into convulsions Dr Miles Nervine brought complete relief r and I believe saved my life MRS ROSA BONNER i8S N ifitli St Birmingham Ala The blood is the channel through Which is transported the nourish ment that sustains life When the circulation i + poor your vitality is low your nervous system exhausted and you are weak and debilitated You can restore nervous energy by taking Dr Miles Nervine Its strengthening influence upon the nervous system gives it power to send lifegiving blood through the veinsThe first bottle will bepeflt If not the druggist will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Life Scholarsliip in TELEGRA PHS TYPE WRITING and RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced to 845 wild S250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this Is YOUR OP I ORTUXITY to learn a firstclass trade that pays a good salary every Month in the year Excellent hoard at low rates Newnan tins IHishtful climate 8000 inhabitant moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 0 months Our urndualea POSITIVELY 1UARANTEKD POSITIONS pay ing S45toS5 per month to start on Enay and pleasant employ inont rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT IH MAND FOR TBLEPRAPHY OPERATORS Writ tolriv for our Free 04 page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars Southern School of Telegraphy flax 272 NEWNAN GA 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnroneaendlegesketebanddeacrlptionmay quickly lUI cerlaln our opinion whether an CommnnlcatlonecunnIfJlalenlSPalenUlrptclal noble without charge in the Scientific Jttnericmi handsomely Illustrated weekly Ijireeet elr culuton ot an iclentioo Journal Terms la a year four months II Bum bjall TjewidejJen Yorknraoeb Must Make no Mistakes It is said to bean inexcusable outrage for i newspaper editor to make tho slightest mistake in n statement of any sort with pro I fessional persons upon whose certainty of Llirmlttln and nil whose statement in regard thereto life and death or the must important interests depend make the most serious errors without incurring the slightest criticism much less lnme says the New Orleans PicayuneTake judge on the bench IndIannulled by higher courts almost I every day and the judge whoso judgment is so reversed tines not suffer in the least in public and FleCAZ1 rTTESXn C tcdLr tijv pr ct Cl lmrcitnn rh HrY i ill rvry cly a I li ii sal ln Ili t j tr l iii r i ur o r I i J hr i Cbl l re j r rtII tIL i rscwinilanry taduao b oidnSivUqueltc sftMuI ol tc On V t l tct car orthIMnbhi Iud it a ins rutrr bubkcribo today or and lur tjiio sal VONI mnJL IV3UrY=C5 toArent PiiMnl liliiix piipm caUlo ue mind new cash iritc ore s A J TIE UcCAIL CO stort1W37thSL NSW Y- OUElectricI i BittersSucc- eedI when everythIng else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands havs testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter I MKK countries OR HO YES ttetendaSkettcch U and CopTtlnhU KKU or Tboto tor IarrpradoIce8 nd x ants In stamps for Inralnable kook PATENTSWhleh tafornWloaDlPATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C IDEA MANURE SPREADER INEW FARMERS ATTENTION I Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first I the merits of the same The exclusive features not found on other I machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog wheel Can bo heaped in loading tho sime as a farm wagon Guar unk J to pulvcrizo all manure notice the This machine is built on a com mon sense principle of a farm wagonhence is the simplest most durabre lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on the market Backed byten years experience not an experiment Ask foe catalogue X I I THE NEW IDEA SPREADER co Ooidwnter Ohio b 4 ie1JaIAr LSa a YWfi jjJj5i AND lnrFIJIGkt rwun cnJGE PAID FUBSAND ComtnIaIonWrlteforpnout 6STABLI8HCD 1937 JOHN WHITE A 00a LomaYUddlX I ISTRIOTLY JIIQR GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that win ride level no matter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll Ing oripreadinc rns ICS U the weight moves up easybecausealways Is pot in the nature of a torsion spring No tend LighterI r ar d I rtanifA r y t s professioimlstiinntHiii In the same wl the physician who makes a vr3iig diagnosis of his patients disease administers treatment fliaV results in death nsteae of acu Poses none of the confidence bflis patrons in his I flskill find he m kill any number- ofI seed tUttI artein with outineurrinrti slightest rellllon sihility These are c inns facts bttt they are menti j oil not byway ofexcushlgeditorial iniptalegfor there is no ex ue for them It is because evory individual firmly believes that h j could conduct newspapers better than those who are charged with the work while nu unprofessional person would undertake to usurp functions of I the judge or tlie physician If we ever have a great Ameri can novel its subject will have to he the great AnKerican Hog the biped if I Regular insureentR and insur gent insurgents fare preparing to light among themselvesLe The voice of tlieamatenr yard tier is beginningjto bo heard in the land tVjfr Kimbrell John W Adams had n hush cutting lust Tuesclav- Morris Lari6SiiJinuI of Tom Oem one f80INext Suadayli8 Bro Bushs regular serviu at Jurlsuns Chapel Rev Harvey Jo inson will be I gin a weeks meeting at Kim brells Ollapelion uext Monday I nightrMaster Chester Smethers of hisIgrandparents Mr and hirer 0 M WoodtrJohn Woosley and Mies Mary D Patrick of Iron Mound wore married last wcE1kJ We wish them ri successVirden Willie Curtis attendedchurch at Clay City Sundav night fi The farmers in these pnrte are getting the hustle onTfnrmihg Miss Nellie OMnons jted Misses Lillie and Mary WarV Monday Mrs CC Curtisand daughter Sudie visited friends at Argyle Imesduy 5 Miss Sarah Cleats visited her sister at Austerliiz Station from Saturday till Mnnd yv t Ben iced of Furnace has moved 0 to the Marion hlte property on Copperas creek ijc Rev M P will fill his regular uppointmentfat this place Sunday and Sunday night Several from hereJSattended the Cooper FletcherfeiUe Saturday and report things bringing big prices Grant 0 lemons who has h nat Lendalp for quite Awhile returned home Saturday to igpend the Sum i 1 menMisses Lillie 11sr ant Grace Ware were the pleasant guest of Misses Minnie ndjiellii Clemone Sunday T I John McPherjbi f pay City visited C C urt rancl f wlly Sundayand lilies Suda accompa nied him home andfBpnt the day in Clay City Nolay ij Our spring aduromer line of low cut Walk 0Vfii t Bhoeft for- dmen no boys Isre ftf fur inspection Call n dBeetheta Hurdwiu S Qo Stanton l- rt i ft- rC k J Grl d- K 5 y Farm Vor Rent 1fifYer Mr rent my farm nt SpOilt S riig 15 acrfes sod mod for cool 13 acres for tobacco 14 acted In grwinbIland Get your tobacco canvas at Shim feesels I Very Serious lIt a very serious matter to askIfor one medicine and have I wrong one given you For thiSIreason we urge you in I to be careful to get the genuine t BUCK DRAUGHT MedicineI relia i In digestion 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 largerweSOLD IN TOWN W No V L R AlRVIN M O AND BURGEON OLAY OITY R M D AND CLAY KY RC Junction 1orrentr tUORKBSIONAT WELCH Counsellor s Law = KENTUCKY Practice in all of the e Central Hotel W N BUSH Prop Newly Thoroughly Renovated Throughout I I Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly suffering leaves its lasting marks on I them Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the paintreat yourself at by taking Cardui as thousands of women have done Begin at and give Cardui a fair trial ilTAKE CARUUI1 1 n p- It Will Help You Mrs Katie Burlison Gorerille Ill tried Cardui and writes aa1 suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could noi stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui andsooiltegsu to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before it AT DRUG STORES I S J v1M iY OFL E TIME TflBLE- VeKtKnundEiistBound Lm m No 4 2I Daily M A11 SJriS 735 3n 813 320 820 334 842 35ii O03 358 11U- 4ii5 915 x14 922 4 au 938- 45fi 943 447 950 510 1017 n05 1115 U20 L Stations l Lexington Winchester fr E Indian Fields 1 CLAY CITY Stanton Rosalyn l atuptin TnticMon Natural Bridge Beattyville let O do K Junction Jackson OARU8 PHYSICIAN KY B SMITH 4 PHY8IOIAN SURGEON CITY CANTON General Courts Commonwealth CLAY CITVKV Rooms Furnished House for home other once Try ALL 610 No No5 No1I D al1811ndllJ IIA NP M A M 1155 605 1025 x12 520 940 900 tl507 J34 845 4 53 920 825 435 002 815 426 854 809 420 848 803 414 842 78 367 828 745 355 K 211 730 341 8J5 707 820 754 u15 225 7 0- 5j1O 220 7b0 The Following CONNECTIONS are made TJuily Except Sunday L do ETunc lon fcoa 1 and 3 will connect with th C k 0 Hull frMt Stirlintr KJ Giunpton Junettoij Nos 1 2 3 nnrl 4 will connect with the Mann tutu Central Rnllwuy fir passengers to and from Camptrr Ky Uettttyville Juneilnp NoP2 will conned with the L ARail wny for Beutty ville Ivy 0 do 1C Junction NOR 3 and 4 will connect with the O K Hull way for Cannpl City Ky and way stations EARN STOVE MONEY Iby buying from your dealer this at half the price that Is asked by other firms Ourlnoderntpethodofinerchandialugen able us to make this pbenomlnal offer which none of our cop petitora can meet 28 io bays this handsome largo II DOMESTIC WINNERImat as shown by put It ti hu six covets one of llHed cast line tripsand reel t nDI Ilnrb oven I 1NoMODERN BTOVC Mro COMPANY ChlaslIg It A J 1 i