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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r Ii lI1jo il G f 1 JJI 1 tl tm tIt 0 rr1 J I I t Ydi 7I Jlv f i r i F TJHE ahh J M I l I 7Y TIMESy j riII 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here tQhelp ClayCitp ihtSnrflJilntling Country and Ourselves 1 E Burglier Publisher i J VQIAXV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 31 J9IO NO J itt The Influence of Churches That the churches in any com munity exorcise a most potent in llncnce for good is conceded by 0 nil except the most rabil orblatl1ut infidel whose egotism and self iniceit blind his mind to the in ciinablo value of Christianity Hut to what extent are the church- iI valuable in this community The Galilean teacher said of His disciplesilYe are the light of the world Ye are the salt of the earth Hence if all His disciples are the light of the world and the salt of the earth t the logical as well as thescnptural conclusion is that they are the light of the community in which they live These declarations however do not preclude the possibility of the light going outbeing hidden under a bushel or the salt losing its saltness But certainly no reasonable or fairminded persons would accuse the churches of being wholly composed of united bands of hyp ocrites For it matters not to itsma1Yformsany church you will find within its merbership consecrated men and women And it should be borne in mind that it only cr quires a few of the abovemen tinned class to become the light of the community I w 7ii i rmritsett1erltNit9D9thit1lttt rr 1 fiRivthe of dnt merchants to swing their business in eo able n manner On the other handj too liberal credit without regard to whom has been known to put many au honest merchant out of business Seed Potatoes for Sale Two lending varieties Price 60c tit end 76c per bushel undelivered John W Miz- eVaughns Mill Ky ct When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We areready for you The new ipiing Aylea we are showing in men- saadoouqmens suits win appeal t- oI taeft critical and exacting drier It wil pay you to see the excellent range of Aylee patterns aad colors we are ihewmg We have clothing that is appropriate for men in every twaHtef 1ifeCc mud glance through you wS appreciate the grace drape Ayle and excdece of fit aed feiili We are afcawlag a spun d Mae r- IMe 8 Sdec5etItA The fabrics were teed and wol 4 aeladed uch cube girea to the cut tine and makaft aSc fit Mid ttMt wig Ha0V ahedeItiWKjimriu btjieve kaiav ttw met gar1 meat ra Ibe Sate rd y atilay reF 1withUS once ysee lelR Y I Clyde M Rntnfield formerly of this city who recently visited relatives here has an extended article in the Railroad News in which he pays Kentucky and Kentuckiaus a high tribute Mr Ru field was formerly employed in the L K depot at this place and is now yard clerk for the Pan Handle Railroad at Colum bus Ohio March is usually due of the wettest months in the year but not so this time There is not likely to be another month with so little rainfall as this month Our roads of mud have ghanjicd to dust and farmers are farther ahead with their work than were a month later lust year Tho mining of flour spar in Orittenden county is being reviv ed Since January 16000000 pounds has been shipped from Marion and the bank deposits have increased 100000 as the result of the business Old mines are being improved uud new ones are being opened The Irvine Cemetery Company has been organized at Irvine with f1500 ftpitnl Hugh Rid dell haq been elected president and D A Wallace Secretary At this season of the year hee toforo the cry his been mud duetAArbor Day it seems will need to be changed 4pril 8th is too late tins year to set out trees We call attention to the new ads in the Times this week Read them and profit by doing so Mrs L THagnn of Winchester is visiting Mesdames Jennie Russell and JW Williams Born Wednesday March 80th to Mr and Mrs Sam Carr a son SHIMFESSELS l r I Y 1f Appreciative words It is only Ali exceptional read er that realizegjtho trials and worries that the editor of the av erage country weekly must con tend with His1 work for the community Is 4erjlbm appreciat ed as in this easel You may enter my subscrip tion for one year to the Times and I wantt9JP itxowsaid- one of n citizens of Powell countT ff iiy or two ago I want to encourage the good work that I are try ing to do for tjiiTcjbutity and presume this is a otu the best way to show my appreciation he JJThisiQence of appre ciation canioatvthe endof an unusual busyjglnd trying day when we wereWoJlng a little as though ndwspTjjier business in general was a failure and that the public did njj serve earn est and conscientious effort in that line i in this connec tion we wantim1iavl just a little heart with those who are hajnuml kickers at newspapers iimceneral and we want to preface these remarks with the statement that all newspapers are not id nor are they all good It sbuld not be dim cult howeverirattthingthe ton duct of a pnl n tion over s perir- o4 I tinie1folamtgreat ence between honest mistakes and deliberate lies The Times has made lots of jthe former hut has not one of the latter to its discredit We expect to go right ahead making errors end telling the truth We are always glad to make corrections but we have no need oi making retractions In the mat riOf editorial pol icy the editor is chilled upon ev ery day to deipf aJRaV almost a moments notice theright or wrong of questions that others have taken days or months to study out the details of On subjects that he is not ly familiar withfnothing but his intuition due to his peculiar mental Draining Van guide him and the fact that the editor is much more often right than wrong in his contentious speaks fairly well for hisintuition The position Igf the newsp per jnatxla mado tke more trying becausebw errorsi will stand out like a black ehadiw of sin on the printed pagc1yitbnot one chance to dodge the evidence When weponfflder all these things there is just a slight warmth of pride Anti happiness that passes over tse at the words of appreciation from a man of dimtiou uud cultoiro They are the few cool aud refreshiug oasis ia the desert that make the travel worth whiti1y a Br llartiu rejM Ms ihe birth pf R ton te Mr andt2 Bill Baker SueIahMarohthTomorrow cjl Fool tidy CIlUitIleavetown Theowell FiselQourt will eJrfg1Jat sossimvvtiext Tuesday t roy 1 4 t- JL Democratic Landslide Before the Congressional spe cial election in Massachusetts lust week Taft went up there and spoke in a vain effort to save the district Republican He told the people that the PayneAld rich tariff bill was the best reve nue getter this country ever had And so it is but the poorest peo pie pay the bill this is why nineteen thousand Republicans changed over Taft said last year the bill was very poor and talked of not signing the measure Wonder why the change in Mr Tufts mind But by the way we trust the Republicans will make good use of the President this fall in the Congressional campaign and wish him the great success he has had in Massachusetts Telephone Improvements The local telephone has this week been supplied with a new switch board which has been sadly needed for some time Henry Watson who recently pur chaeed the line from Mt Ster ling here and the exchange here is preparing to make extended improvements and further the nee of the system We long to see such improvements and be lieve when these improvements are made the business in this city and county will be more fly iu 6q IMJ J1dr8vm ufur 1 vls f ing her father J W Oonlee at Mt Sterling It will be to your interest to see our line of springand summer suits nod odd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty and we can shoVyou all the new eel ors and cute and at prices that will intorestyou Hardwick Co- Stanton Smart Facts The nightkey is not usually the key to success Even the wise men are occasionally otherwise A mortgage on the house will not preventtho roof from leaking There are some men eo lazy these Spring days that they will not even file their liens The business of a promoter is to persuade your money into hiW pocketThere is many a stump speaker who would much better be at home pulling the stumps from his own clearing Some of the real farmers complain that the average city agriculturist doesnt know a corn on the hand from corn in the ear The man who sets out in lifes race expecting to have a walk over is likely tube run over be fore he has proceeded far upon his way March 21 1910 To the people of Powell Co Ky Be it known to mechanics or builders that the County Board of Education will let out a number of school houses to be built in tho year of 1910 These houses will bo let out at the lowest bidder Ono house will be at district known as Morris creek One in the combined districta of Pompy and J au Iree jon a nd stick one at Tintown on South Fork of Red River one at colored district on North Fork ofd River near Filson 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 Profitt Supt For sate Seven room house and five lots in west end of town Apply to N b Walters Irvine Ky Spring and Summer At MILLINERYClay Mrs 11 I I r I w A THE TIMES O PUllMSHHb EVKKY THUIISUAY u d E liunjher IubHsbcr Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mail mutter Thursday bleb 31 1910 u CLUB RATES g For the convenience of our subscribes we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 1100 Cincinnati Euquinr 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home find Farm 75 The change of nineteen thou sand Republican voters Demo cratic in a congressional election in Massachusetts in which the Democrat carried the district by over five thousand means that till Republicans will not have a hand full of members in the next House of Representatives and Chump Clarks majority that he will lend in the next Congress will be so large that it willul most he unwieldy Under the Republican rule off fi years the trusts have gotten such a hold on this country that they dictate the prices that the producer shall receive for his goods and then fhey dictate the prices that the ultimate consumer must pay for those goods in their finished State The country is tired of that sort of deal and will he heard from at the election this Fall Our government office at Wash ington acts as agent for a print ling firm in Dayton 0 where the printing of envelopes is done on aI very large scale This fact has hot been generally known until recently and not untilthe press of the country made war upon the plan and bared the scheme Thousands of dollars that should have passed through the hands of the printers and publishers of the country have been side tracked in thus way and legitimate profits lust but now there is a strong probability of this matter being stopped after June 80 1011 if a recommendation to this effect in Uieunnual post office appropria tion hill passed by the house be comes a law the bill is now be fore thesenate Presumably I lf planner of quotation marks around these United States ofour by a New York Journal menus that tho publication speaks in the fullness of the knowledge that ownership rests in the gentleman from Rhode Island We just didnt believe the House would treat Uncle Joe tat way thatIhe appealed for voteof the old Confederate vet erans and claimed that eighty per cent of these old soldiers voted for him If that bo true we guesslthey are busy kicking themselves sore because they did it now that Willson lias vetoed the Confederate pension bill which recently passed the Lex ifilattiro When a white South J erner expects a favor at the hands of such partisans as Will son and etc they will be disap pointed and when they vote the Republican ticket they vote to decapitate themselves A prominent Winchester physician last week bought two 100 pound shoats for 116 per hundred pounds The Democrat thought that was the record price paid for hogs in Kentucky but Col Sam Stairs of the Dover News says a physician of that town paid 82 for two sixty pounds shoats If any of our readers want to know how much this is per hundred pounds they must figure it out themselves The hog market has reached such prices us above in dicated that weve quit figuring Winchester Democrat 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 lag to the city each season for that purpose Doullail to attend the opening You will be welcome even if you ore not in nerd of any thing Hardwick Co- Smntou It is uncomfortable some times jVsays Uhcle tob Oannfin lto liveift government by the people well yes for instance when the one becomes the engi neer of a machine that seeks to make the government by the people merely a government by the machine ClmmpOlark is the first leader of a Minority in Congress in our history who completely overthrow a strong and well organized majority All honor to Champ Clark the brilliant Democratic leader who unhorsed Joe Caution You just watch uhim and it When approached for an ad vertisement recently a local mer chant said his business was too poor to advertise This man should then advertise his busi ness for sale A business that is too poor to advertise should be advertised fo1 sale SPOUT SPRNIG James McKnight bought of W J Barnett ono good twoyearold mule for 185 Spelt McKinney sold a two yearold colt to Puckett for 100 00- Tom Edge of Clay City spent SAVE YOUR FOWLS deeponItoupllmberneck of poultry diseases A tow drops In tho drinking water keeps fowls healthy anti free from Ulsoane A 600 bottle makes 12 gallons ot medicine fortoe treatment tBlockhead and other diseases in turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL I FPCIaftuiKytayiluLutytarhave IfindIMls onled BpMrbon Remedy Cog1ru s AIAtAll Leading OrugglaU SOD perBottle Trial Vial Fr ldili wannDay Lbr tCo Hardwick dp Clay City Stanton et I if I I I Sunday with hT brother Vttnn Edge I w N OsnQrne of Clark cotta- ty was her this week buying ntt1eI 4 Mr undWMrs Thos McKjnney visited thoufSoui Marion McKin ney in Lexington a few days tlits wee 1I weather line furmersinahead of their world or far ahead of what they usually are in March m 1 fti d t Kimbrell i- B F Maubley bought of JW Adams one h weight 60 pounds at 0 cents porpound J W TlItt4 sold to I N Ors borne ono yoke of work cattle fr 107GOiMrs FanniaDelaney left for Frankfort laatfMohdayfor u visit to friends Rev llriJohnson filled his appointment Here last Saturday night Sunday tporuing and Sunday night V Owen Patrick returned to As bury College lust week after spending a week with his parents at this price Miss Effle mmiams of Powelf county who haebeenvisititig her aunt Mrs Jrio Harris forjever al weeks has returned home I Deafness Caftnot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that it by consti tutional remedies Deafness In caus ed by an an inflamed condition of the mucous of the Eustach lan Tabe VJiennhis tube isini flatpnd yOu havtittnhlfiigP d or mperfccthearirg arid whet is entirelyiclosecli Deafness 4s the result and unletittthe intlaminiition can be token out And this tube restored to its nonnalfondition hear lug will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten arc caused bv Catarrh which nothing but an in flamedcondition of the mucous surfncesIn We willgive Orje Hundred Dol lars for any case ofjpeofnesa caus ed by t be cur HallstnCurced by Send for uiruulars free P J Cheney tpb Toledo 0 Sold by Drggh t75c Take Halls Family Pills for con ttpntion SEEDSFresh Reliable Pure fietrsnte d to Plea Every Gardener and- Plantershouldtestthe mertiaol OIU- NortheraOrowaSeeu SPRKIKL SEVER I FOR 10 CENTS we will aead postpaid our- FAMOUSCOLLECTION I ltOODorT laL Nn 1110 la- l pp aIM = = rL pre Edr hLMp 1 pkC llrtu n 100 AIM 11Tuptlet twr0545 t- paWrit Etni 10 ante U help r po ler end n4 naff ss nntorranw CollNllon to aetkr wllh ear New oJ nnvetl On Ouldo ClllKVT Bti11 CO 1JB3 Muse lit iKoekfordllUi N 4 j Fruit and Ornamental FREESEverything S ORCHARD iLAWNi I and GARDEN jONl MILLION Strawherry Juts i li Free NoAgentSt j 11IF Hllleameyerc- F Sons JIXINGrqN 3 KY 1o 110 I I tiw Ie i f iwVIitr f r i Iit- f f tj i t1 1 i ifN tl 7 IIk + V ii r ji 1 t For all kinds OF UptoDate i L MILLINERY I r I t 1 Ii SEE 4 t Mrs WI Williams ft t The Milliner I CLAY Cl J KYl hy 1A 1 t t c r ttr o t 4 USE HOPE MILLS 0 pIf I FLO 1 f t Easter Baking L L Made easier and more satiufacrory1 i by always using the Best Flour Then you want Pearl or Bakers v Pride for your dainty and fancy t t bakingj Every sacks gauranteedv a r I Sold by our leading merchants 1 t 4Jr I Mfg by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky JrAi OAKLAND PIANOS i TyOurmoderate price piano pOMeAlng U8tqullllty of tone worth and dltyheretofore not found in ipianos selling at comparatlTO prices I- Tbo II oOlccrs of the Co are racttcal AILlido went ofthose essential quality features that nttr r rk the careful buyer l plattberebyinrreedotonr i iuaUtylntbevaalaodOiirn wraetorrl lhb teq lpprdandino 4iip4CMiatvrlii A In Um world liarlnv an output o annoally Jntm AU7lnlhAleinLlltolfftl8faleonlUUcUonlln oattbo etrlewortmuuhlpentIndnnbllltywpeltitllp cmlllan l plARt nt ualetheprlre 1 dlrwlto i t OAKLAND PIANO CO i- AI8 Sfcelnway Hall Chicago 1111 THIS ORGAN ON CREDIT NO MONEY DOWNJ30 DAYS FREE TRIAL dines front the Ontan foctOrv in the worl- datwholesalefwtotpprfces 1dy ADLER ORGAN took tlJ8t 4 prlzeatBt J want you it oi your homo for 80dars JDonlt ndanvmonq Jnateayyou n Attbe end of 30 days beau ay1nsjor t Jn feasydastaUmenteorscndithaokiyon are not satuaed1 k guarantee those organs years will toplaoa FREE + out All I aslcyouto do the m t- ganfor80dayebotbreyoadacldotabny Ikmd 1I vomJ1a1 and dl no YoupayWhen you cant beginaiagafter Odayya free trjaL CYRUS LADLER fnta ADLER ORGAN COV it3901 W Chsttnut St LOUISVILLE KY Akte E torimH pJeI about p eJ lcHtr t k t iIT j I J tg s A y- itw I V W J1 v TOOIVTHEVI rAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mchf11 Wit = = =LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Bertha Mapel has move this week to Irvine The Ladies Bazaar Saturda y was quite a success v Several Powell county traders tvtre in Vindicator court day Henry Waldrou was in Lenin run Monday on a business mi illll IMrand Mrs W 0 Swift of visited friends in the 4 city this week iJJ Ourry of Lesingtoncam- up el Monday to see his mother Mrs Americus Cnrrry 1KvntuckySt hools is the tie a new song written by the t State Supt John G Orabbe Louisville is to have u new fife ten story building Three hank t will occupy the lower floor Joe Clark and Winfred Davi returned from Berea Called Monday to visit home folks Mr and Mrs J H Burgher r of Winchester spent Saturda and Sunday with relatives in the city Martin Rogers and family and- S D posers and family left Saturday for Dayton Ohio where each family will reside John Day colored was las veek sent to the ponitontiar n for one year for stealing sum v ingney froth Grant Bennett Now isVgood time to ouy you ginghams and white goodsand get r your iP ln done before the hot weather Mrs JtIV Williams Geo Frazier was sent to th jenitentitvry in the Powell Cit cult Court last week for killin John Henry Conway lust October Elder Z Ball preached at the Christian church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Th church has called Elder Ball ue I pastor of the church John Wilson was sentenced tc the penitentiary ut Stanton Mon day for cutting a man by the i name of Hedger in the eastern part of thocounty two years ago John Q White has been ap pointed postmaster at Winches ter The appointment seem most satisfactory with the ma fir jority of the patrons of tho office 0Our spring goods are now on Our stook is larger than ever be fore VVe believe we can supph your wants better and beslde give you more for your money than Any b one eso in the county If WE are correct in our belief it is tC1 your interest iodealwith us Coiiie and look through and lCtI s t what y9uhinkabout ite qiurdwick C Co Stanton t An Awful Eeruptlon of a voloano excites brief interest t and yourintcreetIn skip eruption J will be as short if you use Buck lensArnieaSalve their quickest cure Even tilt wOrat boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed bi fl it Bert for Burns Cuts Bruipes t Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chit NlairisndPllc Itt iyes instan o relief SwannDay Tqmbe r Hi 4J t f ji Cors sUiro t iti r r f v t j L k r- a t I 4 k ii r c y J B Peers of MoroluMid hos accepted ioh as cashier of a batik at WntertownreI1Illfr Peers married Miss Flora Wilsor a sister of Mrs E B McGlonc of this city The infant child of Mr and Mrs Wm York of LeRose died at the homo of Curtis Bowmar two miles south of this city Wednesday where Mrs York wits visiting Burial at the bu vial grounds on Mr Bowman place Thursday Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes j seem to balk without cause Then theres troubleLoss of Appetite Indigestion NervbusnesH Des on dencv Headache lint such trou bles fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy So easy 2oc at SwannDay Lumber Companys store Married at Morehead Mr W U Swift and Miss Maude Blair were married ut Morehead Thursday March 2ltl at the Methodist parsonage the- Re Umpreys officiating Tin bride is a cousin to Miw A T Whitt of this city Mr Swift was formerly assistant cashier of the Olay Oity National Bank He now resides in California and after thirty days will return to that State with his bride How Good News Spreads 11am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes 11 F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky EvttMwberH I nu T riiomrmnd Electric litters because I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fail in tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate thq liver In the nerves and purify the hloodT tliey work wonders for weak rundown men find women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily job Try thorn Only 50c Satisfaction in positively guaranteed by SvannDay LulU bar Companys store WaUy FURSHIdesand webl I rre hetaTUowJleNwu Ginseas AppleIceIIIIn14LDUiiIIe iuk or commilltIIlIICftbulI Retecri tor nk in Uwunlle Writ lot cell price Iit diirigsu NSabelSonst 229 EMarkrtSI LOUISVILLE KY r 00 t 1 MBat POVLTA FENOE yr these Mtii- baurhtdI bnoq lriidaer pIr n- a1DIalNlCCQ to1l wtgA y Iwulfi tea Iot aIalaaori1 rt Ib 8 rte tdenYx- H J f 4 I ICMdiPatent W Z Eubanktliis week show edus a pateht signed by Join Adams secondaVstdent of the United States granting to Mar qus Oalmes t fro hundred and six ty acres of land in Scioto county Ohio as bounty for services during tnelleyolutidnary War dur hug which Oalmes served as a Cap tain in the Virginia line Thi patent was dated in 1707 While Patrick Henrywiis Governor of Viri IHtldaHl8patenterl four hundred acres jh this county in eluding the Oil Springs property Mr Eubanka first wife was a direct descendant of Capt Calms and the Oil Springs is perhaps tho only case in the countr in which land Itnlirenrained in the hands of the descendants of the original panteiltee1Vinrhestei- Democrat I Fire at Jackson Saturda morning destr6Yid fo000 worth of property VIt originated in the Wyatt HotelXL I Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agripn hie to J A Stoiieiof Kemp Tex than facing it frmwhat doctor said was consumption I con tracted a stubborn cold he writes I that developed a cough that tuck to me in 111 remedies for years My bight ran lawn t130 pounds Then I began to ust Dr Kings New Discovery which completely curedhie I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds TiifSrinp Apthpui H mnrrlins I Hoarseness Croup Whoopinf Cough und lung trouble its suo preme SOa audl Trial bottle frt P GiiarnntAed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store uo SErtD5CUCKBZSS SESCSS000 IE- 01PECIALaQFFCRIS Mala to b IIa rwBalta A trial wID mike you our ptnaiiunt CUitom- erPrize Cnllcctinn 77arleaegtt4t- 9M11hnd1 TmW- tithe nneit I Tmlf nta14tutI a bell rule UelIID m h To PLCAaE to Sa Write today Mention this PAper n uI SEND 10 CELTSle Cone poo U ut 1ilI ibd rit It this TnUoVle eoUKtloo ot tterd Mirpald VfttlKr with blj IxtnictlT llen end flan Hook t Naasboatclieu nttainet fc dt RiiU nc j N W EUttbce13r7 t9 CYEOi mn M SE3Z 1 CAPITAL STOCK t SIOOOOO- g SURPKU8 AND T7N- w IJlVlDKIi PROFITS 10OOOO c- lt Tub- W avCuESTRBANK 1 Ol VINCIJ rJt Yi KYu4 NIIOLM ITlkRII1OON PRRs 1 v n sP3IAtfI 0AtiU i i IRItoI iIe YOUR ACCOUNTS somoiTED1I i t r rT-I d +8- cfU+++++0 U + + + f JPMAIJPPIN 1 Watchmaker jeweler j i t Vj4 of of Wafck and Clock llAIIKlnJs on Short Notice and TernwTsATiSFAC + 1 TION GU RANIE Line of j Jewelry s 1 Call and see me ctaclesj t River Hotel BuUdhig CLACrrV KENTUCKY t it NF Y4ti4d0 +4r0ttld3MId +f t- I I 3 What Ails YourDo you feel weak tired despondent have frequent head morningheartburneating stomach gnaw or hum foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms If you Lave any considerable number of the above symptoms you arc suffering from bilious dyspepsiaDrprinciplesknowncarc of ouch abnormalconditions It is a mot cfflcioni liver invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator oed nerve strcnithsncr The Golden Medical Discovery is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle wnapper and attested under oath A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol or harm ful habitforming drugs It is a fluid extract made with pure triplerefined glycerine of proper strength from the roots of native American medical forest plantS Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Props Buffalo N Y HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU o al ourier Journal By mail Three Months Clay City Times One Year BOTH FOR ONL 1250 The price of the Daily Courier Journal is 8000 a year j 50 for three months We have made II Hpiuial arrangement whcruby we will accept orders for that piiptr und nur during Jnnuiiry Feb ruary and March only nt the pricn rlJolth tin med abovr Son i in your cutciption at once toll kwlt piftdu the PROCEEDINGS OP TUB LECJISLATURE snv rnuierJonrnii Let Mi l ed in this otfer Stnd 50c additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good it paper ag it ever wti Ve can Htill furnish Mio WppkJv and our pallor nthp reir for OVR I1OTT AT Orders mint bi sent to tlus pupa not to tilt Jouricriournal to get itdvantige of this cut rate l6IJ aT S r IM H CuunTNKir r s- Tfi= A T WIIITT Cashier I 4 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK ICLAY CITY KENTUCKY fj Capital Stock Paid in 5oooo Dollars J Pays THREE PERCENT INTEl ESl on time deposits One Dollar will start an account In our Sqyjngs Department iWHYNOT stART ONE TODAY t0 Sttft1 n w mi lIiimj DI1L fi il JmIoSlimmi 1 l i ITT++ ++4+++a+ Hoo1o b f aMF +rN3 ++ +t r3Fi k T l IHs- INS I1E AVIIM 5 IF Ae LYON SON k + Tli Jlieiulinsr Iii innn c iIHltlf= oi JBusfterw tfemtnslg + +a+ r- Over 200000000 I iRepresented J 4+ iEveryone who knows anything about insurance know in this line t- F3r + a ba ++ i + + +4 ++JoofI + + Io Joof to oft LOW FARESTO THE WEST TWO TBAIItT p y 8TWEEN1 LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA Effective daily March 1 to April 15 j 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be via Tlie HENDERSON ROUTE to California and North Pacific Coast Points 31G31 from Louisville Ky to San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Cal and Phoenix Ariz- fromLouisville to- Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW PARTS TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write- J P GARDNER GPAorR F PENN TPA LOUISVILLE KY ITWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA h lyiARCH n I TO APRIL 15 1910 k F 4 I Morning Headache I suffered with terrible headaches 1 would get up every morn ing with such a severe attack and until I began using Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills never found anything that would give me the desired relief I have used them now for several years and would not be without them if they were a dollar a box SAMUEL KEYS Eaton Rapids Mich- I always keep Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills on hand Before I began using them I had frequent attacks of headache but they gave me prompt relief MRS CARL HECKMAN Minster Ohio The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money YOUNG MENILEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER LIre SoholnriUiip in TELERA- IiV TYPE WRITING mid RAn UOVD AGENCY reduced to 845 t and 8250 of students railroad fare pail Boys this is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn a firstclass trade that pays n good salary every month in the year ExjeUent board at low rotes Newnan has delightful climate 8000 inhab itants moral surroundings Stu dents qualify in 4 to U month Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS pay ing S45 to 805 per month to start on Easy and pleasant Employment rapid promotion Diplomat awarded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPHY OPERATORS Write today for our Free u4 page illustrated Catalog win li gives full particulars Southerly School oF Telegraphy- Box 372 NEWNAN GA h 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone eenatng apketeb and d mat prnbablrtntabroCommunlcaUonutrleUCOIIDdent tree Oldest agency for iecunngjjatentarecelro Patents taken nutce without cI1ale lathe IAScietuific Httterican handsomely Illtutrated WMklr Largest clr 3- eernarIarmonhe1BOTCo30 acroadway New York- hnodh nrn HUWuMmtonU0 1Shock Producec Insanity- A special from Lexington Tuesday says Andrew Me Mil lien u young Utah whose home IP near Ntitural Bridge in Leo county j wnsio shocked by the failure of ofIkited her today to recognize him his own mind hecaino tin balanced nod soon after tho conclusion of his visit he became vi jolently insane upon the street policeIaiteri was tt i station and uhless ho shows im provement soon he will himself bo tried ns a lunatic arid placed McCLI rlTTCttNSC- clihrnlua tar slylo reM lit simplicity ono icllilvijr nJt y 4d SniU In iearly every cya J ton In 6 unii il Stitnj and CIRII i or hr nifl SI1 M1 d tie n say otiif nti t Jtor Inc catMUijt- cftIcrAL 3 MACAZIXE More ubcril S llinn lnyoller faiMon riacniinr mlilliin a Ia cst tn rfVAinnlini inlillniry pain stewing fancy rutrdlcwoili Iialnlrminj cllqurtte U etc On y 60 elllS a cllr antis Incluilinff tree ullcrn tublcrihe today or send Mr sample copy VOSEHFUL INDUCEMENTS ijArrenti Potnl brings premium catalogue and new cull prize oilers THE ItcCAtt CO SiS It 2C1 W Seth St NEW YOU I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy 03 thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter romptir obtained In Ml countrk OR HO TCC JrbloredretentpractloeerchualelySend 3 cent In stamps for innlubl book PATLNTSwhtebpatent l siiFyairoiy PATENT LAWYERS 103 Seventh St Washington D C r I NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTIONT- his I Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not b without first- lnvestieatlnc I the merits of the same The exclusive features not found on other machines Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadingthe anteed to pulverize all manure notice the ree This machine is built on a corn mon sense principle of a farm simplestII WitteFURJOHN WHITE iCOt Irtjpisvrt K p I ISTRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absoll utely free from pitchinr or end motion No roll 1 ing orspreading o faxles I as the weight moves up and Runs easj because always in track Is not in the nature of r tendtemt and strOnger than any cmIfoi atalob eandpricelist A SOCK CARRIAGE CO Evansvlllel L 0 in the asylum in the saute condi Lion as tihqtrlinrwtiicli he found hit mother and he hrror of which dethroned fiisjreason r McMuUenJltyas arrested about th mii utc visiting his mother ut the asylum und Was KJfv1W found wa i ring down Main street near Mill wildly insane and threatening persons Ite mot upon the sTreet When appre hended byilie policemen it took the combiw ijiotrort8 of several vto take him to the statiollI C 0 Eatdniha8 returned from Jackson county to remain per manently ho having completed the job which he uudertakiininhnd that county 4 5fv Red riverjrVjlowGr now thnn it was ever knpjgnto be in March before It took a Sl1ssourirtti to show Uncle JoePThe moo Champ Clark is frouifMissonris Our springand summer line of low cut WajkOvci shoes for men and boysjilfi ready for your in sppction Ctill and eco them Hard wick S Co Stantoum e SHERIFFS SALE Ethel Irnzlerli PltiintlfT York1raziloP Bfendunt By virtue of execution NQ 1532 which ud frrJiu the Clerks office of the Franklin Circuit Court in the above shied cause on the fourth day I1l1uary 1910 1 or one of m dl 1tiTies will on the 2nd day of Mayfifll0 at the Court KentuckyIcfftr beat bidder oh a credit of 0 months all of the following property towit A 15i1terefotthedefendllntj York FrazieriSyiibidovver of Celia Frazier as widowoiJ At Frazier connoltknown as the widows dower In the Hvision of the lands of J M Fraz r deceased saidaaio will be madej WidUW81irOestntoltheroin Frazier deceased containing 1570 iuro0 and being the lot assigned too York Frazierijih the said divi ion subject however to the nortgage J 0jfctherion by John N Williams also aJioune and lot in till town ofjfBowen known as he Grunt UanksVprpprrty contain ng about Jof nhiaire subject how ver to the purchase money leius t the sutue The purchaser Ii1 bond dyable to the inliff in the exe ution with ttpprovedseen rity eating interestffrorn date W ill Bowen Jr- SherifLofPolvell County We Want pte Orphans The Highland Orphans Home at orphanrlsitr beultifullyituated y the Society of Soul Winners and supported by people every mere Orphan girls between the ges of five and thirteen will be re efved jf eligible We hope to take the boyslater Beforet ley are sent we cant to know tho tame ago heallh character etoy to those neither other or niotlilcijyiil be recieved a4 resent 0 request all those wlif ave any such bHdreii tov r Edward 0GuerrttntWilmoryri I vAI o iVeJbfofitJJ1on j uc4ozndpaietor ives th J8O butter lame in Kentukye Write ltt once io PI Ed O GuerrantS- VjInioro Ky JikrrC r 1 r t 11 tiilt 1r f Farm for Rent ltSrring3 acres for tobacco 14 acres in meadow und plenty of grazing la jvW J Christopher Spout Spring Iy cut your tJ canvas at Slum easels Very Serious It is a very seriour matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this I reason we urge you In buyIngI to be careful to get the genuine BUCK DRAUGHT liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation InIdigestion and liver trouble is ly established It does not imitate I other medicines It is better than j others or it would not be the vorite liver powder with a aIpale than all others combined SAD IN TOWN Fa IiPROFESSIONAL A MD PHYSICIAN AND OLAY CITY KY7D SURGEON RC WELCH tk ellor Law TANTON In all the Commonwealth rrrurCentral Hotel KV BUSH Prop Thoroughly Throughout Ira srrrrny Womans Friend i Nearly women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely havelittleshould Wine of Cardui and get reliefrCardui is a natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on female organs and gives strength and tons to whole system ITAKE CARDUII IJ3 The Womans Tonic wntrsrCardulwas taken with inflammation find no avail so and inside of was ablate do my housework then my trouble has nevercturned it AT ALL DRUG STORES 8U V1vItRY L E TIME TtSLE- WentBonndKiiPtBound NH Daily INo4 T AL A1I 2I 735- g Iii 8U- 1l0 82G- d31 511 9O3 358 9ID- 4u5 915- i14 022 4 1 i 435t 94 447 050 510 1017 6Ott UMo 510 1120 l Stations I Ttxinglon Ninchrlter L tC K Junction Indian Fields OLAY cnS- tantpn Rosfllyn llluntioNatural Bridge Torrent HeiittyyiUe Jet K Junction Jackson CARDS R IRVIN SURGEON B SMITH M PHYSICIAN AND CLAY CITY KY t + Coun + KENTUCKV v General Practice Courts of t CLAY CITY W N Rooms Newly Furnished House Renovated i all and take safe the the female consulted doctor buttI took Cardui three I Since Try OF 2 R42 8 nIt 0cb R No I No6 SundRYEI A M P lit A M 055 j Ori 1025 Q12 520 rO40 900 607 984 845 453 020- fl25 4Dj 002 815 420 854 809 420 848 8 u3 414 842 l 748 it57 82B 746 3Mi s 26 730 8411 81li 707 320 754 615 22li 705- U1O 2 20 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Doily Except Sundnv- rL fc E Junction N 8 1 und 3 will connect witlrtb C do 0 null way for Mi Storlinir Iv nuipton Junctidn NOH 12 3 and 4 will connect with the Mf1t- l1n CjtjnfJil B llway hr passengers to and from Camptr h BouttyvHUl Jiinntion XH 2 will eminent with I the LtL AI01 way for Heultyville Ky 0 8 K JuiictTijir Noa 3 and 4 will connect with she O R K Rnt way flU 0imiel Cit KlI1d way stations p IbyPOMIESTIO WINNER i RANGEjug aeahogn by caL It lanudo from pollihed blue usbeatoalinedcaatpuestrip r atJIIAln nnc t nIp and T cl INoI MODERN ITOVE MOCOMNVChICgOJ I l L- btt J i