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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f iit ItI t kto 1 l JJOt I II j f r thCt I t Ie f t f j THE CLAY ICITY TIMES4 Ii i 51 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay Citj the Sarronnling Conntry anj Ourselves 1 BBurflhcr Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 41 joio NO J2 Doctors Combine Wins Heavy Damages Fifteen doctors of Winchester Many congratulations were have formed a combination and tendered J M McDaniel the increased their charges for pro well known young attorney of fessional services doubling them Beattyville today vhen the ii some instances They will Court of Appeals aiHrmed the from March 15th on charge 2 00 121500 damage against the Lou for daycalls in the city and 8 00 isville Atlantic railroad com f r night visits office consnlta pang in favor of Willard Coxs inns 100 and up Tho have administrator This was the se published a card to the public cond appeal of the case On the announcing these rates nod in the first trial a verdict for only which they say the doctors are 2500 was obtained On retri very poorly paid and complain al Mr McDaniel who because of of fourteen hours work per day his eloquence before a jury is You can never get a laboring becoming known as the Silver man who nets 125 per day to tongued Orator of the Moun consider 2 00 per call for no less tams was engaged and as a re than fourteen walls or 28 00 per suit of his efforts the judgment day poor pay affirmed by the higher court was This is not striking at our city rendered doctors who are very reasonable Mr McDantel is a frequent with their charges and are de visitor to Frankfort and has ma serving of the practice from the ny warm friends here Frank man of moderate means fort News A Dig Dividend Easter Bazaar The American Tobacco Com The Ladies of Christian Church punywhich is now fighting the will hold their Easter Bazaar Feberal suit for its dissolutonbe of Indies fancy articles and fore the United States Supreme Easter novelties for the children Court made public the other day Saturday March 20th I910 at its annual report for 1000 which Roses Store room Hot choco showed that the so called tobacco late and cake will bo served dur trust earned oOi per cent on its ing the day The Ladies hope 10000000 common stock Time for a generous patronage from not earnings of the trust were 10 one and nilcomo and bring 448H84 an increase of 1748079 your friends and enjoy your over last year which after deduc selves tions and preferred Warning denrtslefUbalance of 201127200Timely oft AitxItuJlPll pJr ltoib tt tilE reeebiiastis u warJlllJg1ng 1 far4t014issue of common stockdepartment forecasts a gloomy fu turn for the tobacco growers It Misses Sallie Fletcher and Fan points out that foreign countries Shimfessel visited atnie May than inare moro active ever Mr and Mrs Herman Hoskina promoting the home production Tuesday night of tobacco which is ruinous to Seed Potato s for Sale the export trade Time depart Two leading varieties Price GOc ment predicts that in the future dad 75e per bushel undelivered the demands for export will be John W l1izerconfinell more and more to the Vaughns Mill Ky relatively high grades vrwvrvrvnosywv svwvwvw =VNy1 I SHIMFESSELsi The Old Reliable Place For Everything You Need in General Merchandise l IIg Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City j- I g Country Produce Bought and Sold A Liberal t ijjSolIcIted SHIMFESSEL i +M OaAA AAA1yaAAnwA 1 0- Al 1 i i r 1 i CLAY CITY- KENTUCKY 1 1 I 7 TjfgPostofflce The of Bertha Mapel us postmaster at Clay Oity has left open a good position Corn Republican Frank Earnest Is said to the indorsement of the locnjjjpoliticiuns and it seems bjflwill appointed However IS not going to ee cape a conte Miss Ada John son has madoJJiippIication for the office and her petition will be freely signedlby the office patrons as the younjftlady has had four years experience in the office and is therefore gell qualified to fill the place Miss Johnson needs 4the place worse than than the other applicants and she being as IIJY fell it a duty to indorse lieLpotition BWHUon Vetoes The Bunk Examiners bill recently passed by the Legislature which provided for the establish mont of a Sf e ment of whifjl time Secretary of State was s n the lionfl has K boon vetoWB Uov Willson This bill prowled for th5 inspec tion of all ate banks at least twice yearly ua National banks are now examined Six ex miners weftuo be appointed by time Secretary ofState Willson thought tli Governor should jopointmentsWillson provis ion1 for tlioKfefferson Davis home because theXfeisluture refused to UIIttY + 9l i am i1 Qltt DiOt l rih Farm from fixation Uncle Joe Downed at Last Uncle Joo Cannon has at last been downed and the feeling in Washington isthat the defeat of the Speaker is only the begin ning ofa great political war The regulars and the insurgents are at each others throats and the warring Republican factions are making no attempt to conceal their bittej M It is said anoth er attentpt imryiTC made to depose the Speaker The insurgents were Cut to the quick by Speaker Cannons defiant speech before the Illinois Republican Associa tion Saturday night in which ho called them cowards March 21 10 10 To the people of Powell Co Ky Be it known to mechanics or guilders that the County Board of Education will let out a number of school houses to be built in the Spar of 1910 These houses will beet out at the lowest bidder One house will be at district known as Morris creek One in the combined districts of Pompy and Black creek one at Sand Lick one atTintown on South Fork of Red River one ut colored district on North Fork of Red River near Ftlson station and one in sight of old Kings school house on Cain creek All contracts to be paid out of tax levy for 1910 Ira G Proiitt Supt Sunday is Easter Sunday which comes this year unusually early This is said to indicate an early Spring but tvQ seem to be had ing the early Spring before Ban ter this time ElderBallpreach at the Christian jclfUrch Sunday and Sund ij i n J mghtl lJII11 1 yF Circuit Court Where the Deficit Comes in Circuit Court convened at The fact was brought out in tho Stahton Monday with Judge J debate on the Postoffice ApproeM Benton presiding and Com printion Bill that the salaries of monwealths Attorney B A employees of first and second J Crntcher prosecuting aided by class post olfices have been intCounty Attorney MA Phillipscreased from 255109790 in 1597rAbout the usual number of ca to 502SJ852 in 1000 which IB y ses are on the docket but are be considerably more than twice nilt ting disposed of with the usual much i swiftness In 1807 there were 71022 post t3 tcryside of the prosecution having try of HIDOSBS5 In 1000 there defended the infractors of the were only 00144 postmasters 1 law so long And Mr Atkinson and these were paid f201iHmSUa looks eqaally as much out of The postab deficit for 1909 woe fjplace on the side of the defense 1747977047 so if the employ he having been such a vigorous ees of first and secondclass post prosecutor of the law breakers offices had bfccn increased f9004 Geo Cain wets tried Tuesday 29153 during that period and the for the killing of a man l v the increase had stopped there the name of Friend in the upper business of the Department 14 part of the county and acquit would have shown no delirit tedwhnteverlast year Chas Frazier is now on trial So what is the use of clwagin for the killing of John Henry the deficet of the Post otlico De Conway sometime in October partment up to secondclass mat ter The fact of such enormors srWm 0 Lovering was elected increase of salaries of employee to Congress two years ago from of the post offices of the large a Republican stronghold district cities nod towns and the furthnr by a majority of 14250 this week fact that so many postmasters ro scarcelyNthis wonderful change indicates their clerks to do it are enough anything the next Congress will to account for postal deficits bo safely Democraticwithol1tlookingelsewhero Three pstmaHIt our l aroQfore making your purchases This and the question is Do they do seasons styles arc unusually pretty the work or do the clerks do most arilwecan show you all the new colof it This has no reference to paiiutcrcstyollStanton Mr and Mrs James Hamman For Sale of Winchester spent Tuesday Seven room house tnd five lots with the formers sister Mrs in west end of town Apply to Albert Johnson N C Walters Irvine Ky i OUR LINE of 1M Fall and WinterJt 4 N- L Y HATS are ready for your inspection I IAll ar Cordially lnvitdF ilr Mrs w N BUSHY I SAMPLF ROOM OF CENTRAL nOTE K 1 I Ii- 1tt I ij j 7 I Ji THE TIMESi PUDMSUEU KVEKV TI1UU8UAY f 0 J E Burgher 1tiblishcr w Sotscrif lion Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Mch 24 1011 H CLUB RATES t jff For the convenience of our sub a scribera we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer fell Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 One of our readers said we should not speak of Uuclo Joe Cannon as we do Old age said he deserVes respect This may be true but Uncle Joe himself neither respects old middle aged or ycAing just the trusts and monopolies A New York Senator is accused Of having accepted bribe of one thousand dollarsbut the money wasaccepted long before the re cent advance in prices Why dont the people of this country do like the people of Ireland do every fumily raise his own pigand thus defy the Meat Trust The Lincoln pennies do not stack well we are told Never theless we havent had any par ticular trouble in stacking our so far That was a bullreye shot the Baltiniora Sun sent when it sailI The people of Philadelphia are getting exactly what they vote for f Arizona and New Mexico will have to disguise themseiver as Republican States before they will be allowed to enter the Un ionThe army has just adoptefl anew typo of machine gunbut the House of Representatives still cling to its same old Oannon s The time it takes Mr Carnegie a and MrRockefeller to part from their money proves conclusively that neither is a fool li as he declares Mr Aldrich could run the Government for JHtOUOuuu ess a year why doesnt he do it Hurry Ciinipbell Jr of this ity has hen appointed Special Agent of the Census Department for Montgomery anti surrounding counties and has assumed his duo ties Special Agent Sowards came hero from Pikeville and started Mr Campbell to work The job lasts several mo iths flit Sterling Gazette Renew your subscription today CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian jEmieuvor program for the evening of Sunday Mar 27thI 1910 ut the Christian Church Getting ready to live forever the only true lifeMiss Ada Johnson One of the Gems of the Old TestMiss Adeline Hazelrigg Meaning of a Christian En- sterGeo Fletcher Customs of EeastorTom RoseWorking for the Kingdom Gran Hackworth Pauls Lunging Phil 1 1- 20Reese Shimfessel Our Earthly House 2 Cor 1i15Sallie Fletcher Jobs Triumphant Faith Job 193627Shelby Burgher Heyekiahs Views of Death Isa88122Mattel Warmouth Christs own View John 14 2728 Gertrude Vollmer Easter Songs by the Children of the Sunbeam Ohoir Come and hear these children it will please them to sing for you make you feel glad they are using their voices tosing praises of the Risen Savior Come and Jesus will bless you on this glad Ens ter day You are cordially invited to at tend our Millinery Opening Mch 18th and 10th Mrs Lillie Barnes has charge of this department now She is an experienced trimmer and keeps up with the times by go I ing 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 thing yHardwick Co- Stanton A Ohicago wiseacre says that extravagant women are at the bottom of most cases of graft Ilow familiar that sounds The woman she tempted me and I nte Since the days of our fore parents in Edens garden this has I been mans chief excuse and now l comes one particular mere man I I u tre s to lay the blame for mans greed and avarice upon the extravagant womrn It can not be truthfully denied that in too many instances an extravagant wife has hud much to do with the greed for wealth manifested by a husband and his disregard for the priciples of honor and honesty in dealings with his fellowman but we do not believe such a sweeping arraignment of woman kind in general is merited Mesdames Rettie Tipton Sa rah Barnes Eppio Woods Eva Stnithers and daughter Annie Leach Laura Tracy and Eliza beth Leachall spent the day March 18 with Mrs Susan Ringo this city Mrs Tracy and Mrs Leach prepared time dinner which was done in rood order and all left for their home in the oven i ing happy as could be wishing I Mr and Mrs Hinge to gain their health as they have both boots very sick- Old newspapers for sole at this oice SAVE YOUR FOWLS Soarbon Poultry Cure U recognized aa the standard poultry remedy of tbo world It Is tbo ono remedy that can bo depended on absolute certainty to curo and proven Gapes Cholera Itonp LlmberneekVlarrhoeaandall eh lnj forms of poultry dis eases A few in tbo water keep fowls and trio from dlaeanc A bOo bottlo makes 13 gallons of tuediclno iortoo treatment ot Blackhead and other diseases la turkeys relI1 Coonly11 J3SS55S u SA I f AtAII Loading DruggliU BOo per BottlsYTrlatVlMhFro a I Too often1tn1fsupposed to be vonlthylmT 1 e1 their wirer to acts of uncalledfor extravagance to furthor theirown schemes while the wifeTXvas kept in cum photo ighoralicd of everything pertaining to her husbands af fairs yet if the crash comes she is made the scapegoat of his vas sniity by those who know little- or nothing of the true facts We would by no means exonerate all women from their legitimate share in the downfall and crimes of tile man but we do believe the vast majority of wives if taken more into the confidence of their husbands wbtildiprove far better helpmates and the charges of being instrumental in tiny way iii the unlawful of bus bands would seldom if ever be made I N R Ratlifff manager of the due Grass Realty Co as agent forW 0 Hoskius sold the lat ters farm of two hundred acres in tho Two Mile pike to W T swango of Mt Sterling for 22 100 possession given Bpril lstIWinchester Democrat Mr Hoskins issn native of this ounty but moved to Clark conn ty several yo irstago j Deafness Cannot be Cured bj local applications as they cannot reach the 0HP portion of the ear Therejsonly one way to cure deafness and that is by consti tutional remeilii Deafnesa is caused by an an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach iun Tube When this tube in in lamed you hive ti rumbling pound Ol imperfect hearing and when its entirely closed Deafness is the result and unleselthe inilamni tion cn be token outand this tube re- jtored to its normal condition liear itkwillbT dCBtroeillforeVert lBSilir rases out rtftcn reycilU8ed b Catarrh which is nothing but an in lamed condition of the inumiun iurfuoes t f We will give QijUTlIundred Dot arm for t ny cnse of Deafness caus cd by catarrh thutCannot be cured by Halls Cuturrh Qure Surd for circulars free F J Cheney7Co Toledo 0 Sold by Drugglsts375c Take Halls Ills for con tiuntion P4 It looks rather Kiradoxical to see some people throwing cold tt r on the prohibition movement SEEDS l pure1Gutranteed i I I IIFORI N eo0r rwa too I pkg Prllladlola 0- 0at rWin arrkeald1M Lk n endWrit tod rl fmi 10 eats In htlp r txilxt pKklnx and receive tb Mtt Tuioat Colleuotogtitvr with mir New and Initnirttv Oftrdtn 014 QKKAT NOUTUKUIf 8KUJJ CO 1363 Roan lit liuckfnnl Illinois w My WM 4 1 I I fruit TEE and Ornamental 1i t Everything for II ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN 11 1Jfree Catalogue jNo Agents j I 1 lj Hilleameyerion i l cryyfN a Id l ogrllIM1a- S h S lt I li a JiilP Ii East Garments Made toMeasur Jar i I Satisfaction Guaranteed J ti e- We Y = i are displaying all the newest spring 5 iittt styles insults dresses coats and capes tow gether vlth238 fashionable spring fabrics f fIiiavG YOu Easter outfit made to order Ilnye It mode to fitIi v lone by the American Ladle Tailoring Company of JI j are their exclusive representatives hi J The best mantailors in America are atyour service under the per n + t sonal direction of the famous Monsieur Knyger Yon will get every I j t mantailored effect at prices that fairly astonish you I iA I Our GuaranteeateV We guarantee Easter delivery if you order your Easter outfit now 1 tJjtj Ata1cept We guarantee the style fit workmanship and materials Youric no garment which is not satisfactory l The makers of these are the most famous mantailors of their kind You have our guarantee and their guarantee insuring you the ute rt oio most In dressrIt Suits 1 I 1350 upv Our prices forman tailored garments made to your individual mellSLW1it r arc are amazingly low They run as follows j I i I Suits 1350 to 4500 Skirts 500 to 1500 Coats 800 to 3000 i1 1 Capes 950 to 2200 dresses 950 to 3000 iIThese prices are for gurinents guaranteed to fit youi perfectly made to your individual jne tiure by this celebrated tailoring concern e Please call tad suo our grand Easter showing Learn what this r4 rservice means t you MrsJvi Williamsa i ic t r I JtlA c 1 LL 1i 1 t USE HOPE 0 MILLS rtI r J FLOUR t iL f Easter Baking Made easier and more satinfacrory by always using the Best Flour Then you want Pearl or Bltkerstr Pride for your dainty and fanur baking Every sack giiurnnteedi Jso Sold by our leading tnnrehnntsroesdv mc Mfg b s J ANDREW GAIN Versailles Ky iI OAKLAND PIANOSYOur aim la theproduction of a popular UItodate ii moderate ISing that quality ottone 4 r worth value and durability heretofore not in pianos selling at comparative prices I I The offlcers or the Oakland Piano Co are practical to piano man whose Ufolong experience In the Ulllllng and marketing or pianos fa concentrated In dev I ithettitthereb111IUrylnhlaodI no a rIf your dler d pt hAndle theOaklandptsnwnledlrect IW u fur catalDll1e and S1aI xlucloryprco eM OAKLAND PIANO Ut5 Steinway Hall rrrr rM4 Wo Want to Soil YOU aa ORGANFree Trial DAYS We own and operate the BIGGEST t ORGAN PLANT IN THE WORLD ON and make the DEBT orgrana which we sell DIRECT from our factory per cent LOWEE l y+ CREnDored1t140TtO than oraretail dealer t- In clj America f- ASK THE EDITOR of this paper about epeolol ADLERORGANCOZ801wcheshutSILeunvOtebtra + t ft r k J 1 t I THE TIMES i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mch 24 J010 LOCALBREVITIESMrs relatives at Morehead James Barker has moved to Middletovvn Ohio to reside Press Johnson of Vinton was In the city on business Tuesday Several of the boys have beet working out fines on the street the past week I George Adams the tie man from Jackson was here Monda inspecting ties The ground hogs winter has expired and it seems it moans what ti stands for Dr Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Pierce Adams March 17th Jeff McKinney of Vaughn Mill was last week kicked by a mule and sustained painful inju riesMt Sterling has contracted for j a sewerage system to cost 50000 A Dayton Ohio firm gets the contract H L Leete civil engineer fron W Irvine was in the city Tuesday 1looking after some business t rs Hqnry Watson has been dah gerousJy ill at his home in Mt Sterling suffering from an dttacl of acute indigestion Now is a good time to ouy you ginghams and white goods and get t done before thekor J otir eewingi vTr weather Mrs J W Williams Elders CajiHof Lexington preached at the Christian church Friday night and ElderJ11 Rash of Winchester preached there Sunday- Wm TownpendandH 0 Wil i3botb formerly of this county naveftfentecl blacksmith and re- pairshop in Winchester and arc doing a fine business All kinds of vegetation seems to be morA backward than eve before No fruit buds have ap peared and gross has grown hut little It has been most too cool and dry JamesAshleyof Powell count and Beulih Brewer of this place were married at the residence of the brides father Ben Brewer Rev J 11 Tolson offi iating Oampton Courier Our spring goods are now on Our stock in larger thou ever be fore We believe we can supply your wants better and besides give you more for your money than any one else in tho county If we are correct in our belief it is to your interest to deal with us Come and look through and see what you think about jt Hardwick Co Stanton An Awful Eerupflon- of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as Hhorttif you use Buck leas Arnica Salvo their quickest euro Even the worst boils ulcers I or fever sores are soon healed by it Bet for Burns Cuts + Bruises Sor Lips Chapped lIansChU blains and Piles Jt gives instant relief 25c at SwannDay Lumber Coj store i 1 t t- Y4e 1IA c r T LItJM IJne W Tipton of Winchester was in the city Monday Mr Tipton is said to be an applicant for our postotItce and for this reu son will he seen mote frequently on our streets in the future Several habitual drunkards ofI Clay City have recently been placed on the inebriate list However it does not always have the desired effect as man of tho boys are frequently tanked up Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Deacon dencv Headache But such troubles fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy So easy 25c at SwannDay Lumber Companys store Oat sowing is consuming a great deal of attention from the farmers just now If all the oat Gelds were seeded to red clover at the same time our farmers would be great deal better off in the future A bunch of hogs sold at Hen derson last week for 13 cents per pound and a bunch of cattle sold in Lincoln county for seven cents Such prices as these makes things for the farmer look more encouraging Now Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time U writes B F Tolson of Blizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recomimnd Electric Bitters because Iowa 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 Invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily Job Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by SwannDay Lum ber Companys store WIIIIwyFURS HWitarifl Yeolc FrrtrTeUew1 3 KWildwuMiW terGrCrVn Lv wlswa 1 4ucent ct eommfttaa taarkvft IWeincr- cur Bsk in LoiIniBe Write In wcttly price I oIJia 1111i ri9 II MLP1 E t voY tttlA pmtiow + ri oue far lneou dolr7hrddaar SSs twttrf lui xtrluwne 1ec rardA fartltteaaa lMd her Mud Waltrr UNION FENCE CO JlJ KMM City Mc- M tI lL J c Congressman John W Lang Icy has remembered his friends in Clay Oily with their annual supply of garden seed The editor extends thanks and is also thankful for the fine weather in which to plant them April SthVis Arbor Day a day set apart for the planting of trees Prof Brumley took time bthe forelock and Saturday with some of the school boys hiked to the forests and secured a lot of Maple trees and set out a row all the way around the school house yardv Good for the Pro fessor and his boys Mrs Wra Yorkof LeRose came to visit her sister Mrs Curtis Bowman two miles south of this city a few weeks ago and one of her children was taken sick with asevnre attack of pneu mon tt whileitherc The child is much better now and will soon be able to move to its home Mr York is nov also with the sick child tl Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreea ble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what doctors said was consumption Icon tracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a rough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years flH0feht 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 TViOrjjipr Asthma Heniorrhneo Honreenesa Croup Whooping tough and lung trouble its su preme 0c and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed nt Swann Day Lumber Cos storeE- ccCeersSEENsucctmt SEOS SPECIAL OFFER JU4 Kew Bed u trial wU1 ukcyoa ourptrmtoent customer Prize Cellecttotl art raritleirs- IuIrklU 1M 1111 rkn rut slMtssoscOiRATJXDTo PUABG aU Write today Mention thl Piper g SEND 10 CENTS MenraetradaeAlner wt l tJaalu- lr on wllp U truat11rr ed iFs BobMIll all aLoa t4SpaielUSwdrlnUt iffheUM lSG3 BU ra o i U Y IY Y VV V1 J I OAPITAIi STOCK tlOOOOO SURPLUS AND UN BIVIDKW PROFITS 1OOOOO FIE WINCHESTER i BANK OP WJNOHBTRH Ky i N IIOltV tPOONPItEfj- W R BPMAIt OASniKll J I YOUR ACCOUNTS BOOCITEO i A tJ PIIAUPPIN- t I i Watchmaker iJeweler i All Kinds of Watch and Clock 3 Repairing on Short Notice and- ReasonabteTerms tj SATISPAC + TION GUARANTEED Line 01i i Jewelry Spectacles Call and see me In the Red iRiver Hotel Building i iCLAY CITY KENTUCKY t i+ ++tFr- r W t 1 Silence The instinct of modesty natural to every woman it often a Womenhrink abhorrentof disease which surely progresses from bad to worse i agreattor modesty In his otter ot FREE cons lta tlon by letter Stlt correspondence Is held YPierceregulatethoputs the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well substitutefor HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU o DailyCourierJournal By mail Three Months Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 125 0The price of the Daily Courier Journul IH 8000 u year f i 50 for three months We have made it special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and our during Jnnimry Feb roars and March only at the price fur noth named nbovi Irc in your BUbfuiitii at once and kctp posted III the PHI i IDn G 5 Ol THE LEGISLATURE Sunday roiptfrJountHl not inrlnr1 ed in this offer Send 50c additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper as it ever Wild We can still furnish the XVppfclv and our piper both onf vpnr fur OKK nOT TAT Orders must be sent to tins paper nut to toe Courierjournal to get advantage of this cut rate 1Y ax ISIJr 1INUNt rIMr mum aft Vi YSttll W LfWj 1Cl 1th1 M H Counr ncr Pres A T WIIITT Cashierr Tsai CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK j CLAY CITY KENTUCKY is Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars I depuFitRi Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department IWHY NOT START ONE TODAY 4 fil- fjr tJt J O itilMff lt rf m 1t fjJ 1Ii 1 1+++++ to + + + +++ +titb+ oc HH+ +to+ WFt IIMSTJKJEJ YITIJ- I i F A LYON SON i Agentf + Over 200000000 iRepresented + t Every one who knows anything about insurance know t J they are leaders in this line + t + ++ i+ oI + ++ +++++a LOW FARES TO THE WEST TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND VS LOUIS VIA Effective daily March 1 to April IS 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 Iraucisco 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 Full Information write J P GARDNER 0 P A or R F PENN T P A4 LOUISVILLE KY TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLEAND ST LOUIS VIA MA R C HI I TO APRIL IS 1910 I Household WorriesT- he woman who has the care of children in addition to her household duties frequently finds the drain upon her vitality more than her con stitution can stand She becomes nervous irritable passes sleepless nights has headache backache and outer weaknesses that make life miserable For such there is nothing that gives such quick relief as Dr Miles Nervine which nets directly upon the nerves refreshing and strengthening them was In a vury weak condition 11nnlll not Wth1 any strength on the nlmr lnpeed nervous prostra tin Hncl heodnch ncurnlKia mold tr t ateep 1 lo nn using Dr Mlle N rvn slid grew nipldlv twiter For wuk Murn n there Is nothing halter MRS 13 G Otr BRTSON Ilnlvlderc HI The first bottle will bcneflt If not vnur druggist will return your money A YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR e GREAT SPECIAL OFFER lrre shonratin in TBLEGRA 1 f4rvr t11rI1vGandRAiL U1o AGENCY reduced to 8M and 8250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn n firstclass trade that pave U t ort ulHrv every month in the year Excellent board at low rates Newnan has delightful climate 8000 inhab itants moral surroundings Stu dents qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS pay inq 845 to S65 per month to wart employeawarded GREAT DKMAND FOR TELEGRAPHY OPERATORS Write today for our Fre 04puge illus r tied Jitulog which gives full p trti nilur- sSoulHerv SoKool of Telegraphy Box 272iNEWNAN QA 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS CoRIQHTS Ac Anyone ending akeleb aDd deecrtetlon ma gelclllucertatn our opinion tree whether mmuole- atlonaurlotlrmnedentlu ao HANDB00 on Patents sent tree Oldest s ency aecurtnt ateDta Pateua taken t a Co teceltisputa aotIC wtthoot t rth- eSc ntiflC merino Abandeomelt lllutratsd weekly largest drc- alatlon ot any acleneeoournal Terms W e a YorkIi r SPRINGIi Jus F Chinwus here a fovv days the last of he wash 10Ispend ii weeks I us- i t glfIr G W MeTnfosh tad 111llciltnry aitendftd court nit Mt Sterling Mmidny liusvtilltteatlier netstn J Ohistor and Bill 11 ilterrof May City Sunday with their sis Jter Mrs John H Ni tltI IElthrUeo W ldII tosh bought I at Mr Sterling holiday twenty irIer I lT IM- SOthlcl I ir lylc i rt fit tnrdtyna- orelluy n t y i i il nai teeyriyel6 vial C drelsrlw- ny Cu I a r r a- Glcw Ir I t dcStare iubiriiln f n ryniter fu nayiilne mlilinnaii t I il 1 cst slYleet pdt wo r r rlSi r IInor nivinj fncyr e fro r jI ItnIcllqurll turi fc OaYI1 ci a =ar ruL dublc ineudre u Irr prtrr tiubcrib2 tuday or etml lug tumble cuI I WOITOCaFUL INDUCEMENTS lo Aentl Portal brlna prprilum eats nuo- UrtJ her cnch lrl= o It a IHEUcCALL C3 211e K8 W 37li SI raw YOCJC I I ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else tans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supremo I remedy oa thousands Lave testified STOMACH7ROUBLE It Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists connter rvwntttM471911Nq 10 romrUT obuiiwd In alrconntrtea oil NO fittTatsandCopyri9htreglaIsterrd PateutpractIceBend 1 ants la sumps for Inyalaable boot PATENTtrhtel D patent siiFfQiifOo PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTIONS T This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first investlratinr the merits of the same The exclusive features on other machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadingthe oanteed to pulverize all manure notice the thrcchances This machine is built on a com mon sense principle of a farm wagon hence is simplest most durable lightest draft lowest doWn henceeasy to load Into epreadef on the market hacked by ten I not an experiment fOB catalogue X yearsITHE NEW IDEA SPMKADKM CO Coldtrsator 01 WrltefaFURS BSTABLI8HBD1837 JOHN WHITE A OOM Loaumia Kn I I STRICTLY MI6H GRADE PRICE REASONAILE I POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will levelno wetter how loaded Is absol utely tree from pitching or end notion Wo roll leg or spreading ofaxles as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend ency to rattle Lighter I vehldemadeTbeeasAli ortu yl r- f i tr I three helferefttr 450 ItlnueBarhi i hnildingalietl stuck Iluut tiitliplace he re4ent ly IOught 9 Y O Easter Kim reli Jnthes ClurteWas pert the lirst of the weetls1ti W G Pitfrljkhought at Mt Sterling toirft2nhlud of yourl ins steers fart740 i Joseph CbUjjfiin of Log Lck teas here la on lJuai tress 5IOwen Pltl school at W i1 il is hoio for n I few days tI lIMrs Fanlli boon sick for spiral weeks is hn proving slutvI t j i i WO Putnk Nelson Witt and TlionuifiClHm attended Mtw i I Sterling courtoMbnday I IWfI1Intthe piiflt fow smiths has returned home iTom Clem bought at MtSterl inn one xyorkiljprse and P B McIntosh bouglijn three eltrld mare for 1007 i H Virilen 1 D Snowdenrwas in our town yvvSaturday II IAll C O Curtis Wnll1t Pine Ridge Saturdayon business Several from West Bend attend ed cburuh here Sunday T 8 Curtis anU wife visited E D Curtis and family Sunday T B Ware ami Q W Everman attended court aVStinton Monday jBen Curtis of Hardwicks Creek visited his hrother E D Curtis at this place Sunday r Misws Lou anatTena Ogden of West Bend viBitedpirs Mary Pace Sunday f Mud Mary Wails visiting her sister Mrs Hughes at Kiddville tr Mrs CO CurfKjnml M8 Sudie visited Mrs T GVIorehead Tues day at West Bendjt Albert Snowdens Winchester visited his paren 1r and Mrs J D Snowdon Coy Clemons bought of Rodt Rose one half interest in the grist mill at Waltersvilfe for 880 00 Mifrsea Mennie and Nellie Clem jtna were the pleasant guests of MifBes Mary and Lillie Ware Sun duy t T B Ware isjthe first in this neighborhood to nt corn and he has n good portion nf his garden plantedI 8 there wilt be some tobacco raised in and near Clay City as wo understand from goodauthority C Shimfesel sold to one man 140 yards of canvas fotobacpn beds G W Curtis ann daughter Miss Carrie of Pine Ridge visited the formers brother Sunday and at tended church at this place Miss Sudic Curtis accompanied them home and stayed till Monday evening r There has beenis tobacco trust formed in Clay Citv The wmpa nyis composed yt the following gentlemen Rott Rose Spelt Rob erts Charlie Anderson John McPherson and JohnFljneliuni They gQingjnext low cut IWnlk jiItfiliow for inlfIltirdwfe ColStantot- A I I 4u M J j toFnrr for Rent I tT rfrrtH1tlliY furm at Spout cornrI t u re tobacco acres in miiiilow find plenty of grazing hill W J Christopher lyIIGut your tobacco CUIJVHS at iiliim i I i ftsselsVery i Serious i It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have ther wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying- to be careful to get the genuIne I3LACGMTi liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble 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 PS 2 4 P 11 20 I L E IrnOFlALQARDH j R A IRVIN M DiAND KYiR M D IB AND KY C WELCH CounselloraLav rrrrrrrrNswCoiltral S a W N Furnishedt Throu- ghoutIrrrerrreeee Women Suffer Carduiforrelieve headache backache in the and dizziness arising from deranged It does more writtenITAKE CARDUII 337HMrs Maxwell Tampa Fla Cardo cure3 sufferingsaythata long and fair trial toButAT DRUG STORES t S t1v1tRY OF L E TLEEaatBound WcstBoundt No KNo Daily I Daily M At 225 735 3tI5 813 3tO 826 33t 842 33 93358 910- 4f15 915- j l4 922 43 938 435 943 447 956 510 1017 605 1115 610 11 R L Stations Lexington Winchester Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Rpestyn Campion Jnnoffon Natural Bridge Torrent BeattyvllleThtO Jackson PHYSICIAN BURGEON SMITH SURGEON CITY Attorney jfANTON KENTUCKY General tpeCommonwealth CLAY CITYKY BUSH Prop Rooms Newly House Thoroughly Renovated pain side organs Johnson writes ALL TIME No1 NNoSundayEx IA M P M A M 955 605 1025 D12 520 94fi j00 507 034 845 453 020 825 435 002 816 426 854 80n 420 848 803 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 N26 730 341 815 707 320 7li4 615 225 705 j1O 220 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Doily Except Sundav L k E Junction Ns 111113 will connect with th O h 011w- lty for Ah Sterling Ky Camptop u X11lainv Beattyville Junction NM i will connwt with the TIckA Vu way for Uealtyvjlle Ky 0 b K Junction Noa 3 and 4 will connect with ihe O R K flu way for Cannel Cit r Ky nnd way station EARN STOVE MONEY 1by buying from your dealer this range at bj other flrma Our modem method ofinerchandlsiugengiable us to make this pbenomlnal offer none of our corn i neutrtra can meet Ig is 80 boythis DOMESTIC WINNE- RRANGEa Just as shown by cut It Ii made from polished blur 1 atc has six covert one or which Is sectional asbestos l ot ane psand tUel cup screw dn gh tP P 1111clolletI MODERN STOVE MFG COMPANY Chicago 11U lt t 1- i J J