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I t W it iit L A ti rI F V 8rl 7 t T t + k 1 I CIAAY4IITYlty1 50 Cents a Year Indadvance We are here to help Clay Citgejirronnling Con try aM Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher t VOL XV CLAY CITY KrTgJRSDAY APRIL i 1910 NO l9 WantA New Law Annulled LegblutteI le of a negro In istrinl school of large proper I 1 ins in this state It was aim 4 I at the proposed schoolat ipsonville Shelby county ujrts the citizens were protest nij with their full strength t- J1p the school from being built i n The new law will be test eil lOthe courts Meanwhile 400000 raised for the bnildinf of such sohool is tied up in the bankThe people of Kentucky and other southern states dont like to go to school with Negroes and they dont like to ride on the train with them and they have Iaccordingly enacted such laws as to prevent such Actions lithe people of the North want to 10 any thing for the negroes they r should do it across the Ohio river where they are allowed to go to school with the whites allowed to ride on trains with them and allowed to marry them They can build their industrial schools over there as well as in Ken Lucky No true Kentuckians desire to reside goer a thousand negroes alone and be forced to mingle with such a large nnin ber is a white mans state and the Times believe it should be kept BO For Sixteen Years Or Bells PineTarHoney has been used by millions of people with perfect satisfaction ForCougbs CJolie Asthma in fact all throat aasil lrohehtaltrnpbibs J lie ia k tij Wf1 1rnrt BtJWsJlneJI tir= honey oataltsg ta6 liabit producing drugs and l Ways gives satisfaction Look for 4thebell cm the Bottle 1SeedPotatoes for Sale 4 varieties Price 60c and 75oper bushel undelivered t John W Mize e Vaughns Mill Ky j DrBellsPineTaHoney hr Ceuch and OoMt tlllllttriJf- 9 When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We ate ready for you The new sptiGig styles we are showing in mens I w I aidyouigthen s suits will appeal to J itmoailical and exacting dresser r k wffl pay yen to tee the excellent 1fI8Ieofstyles patterns and colon we a e showWe have clothing that appropriate for men in every Jwalkof life Come in and glance oi t you will appreciate the t grace drape style and exceVece of 4- fi1 and Nth IWeare showing splendid Mae of IfMe Spring Suits i shefatties were tcfied and well jfoselededm chcart given to the cut ting and making the 6t and finish will stand the closest scrutiny We f honestly believe them the finest gar menu in the State and youll agree with us once you see them Dlstrlbntes Seed Corn Fred R Blackburn member of the Kentucky Board of Agri culture from this Congressional district has distributed nmoiij the farmers of this county a lot of purely bred Boone county white seed corn without cost Mr Blackburn is certainly ren dcring the farmers of his distrc every aid in his power to further the bottermpnt of their condition Though a Republican pol itics cuts no figure with him fa vors are distributed indiscrimi nately E1derJos hpe R Lansleyfathe ofCongressman John W Langley of died nt his home in Floyd county Tuesday after an illness of several months Langley has been an inv ild for fifteen years as a result of a severe stroke of paralysis He was a minister of the Christian church and a very worthy man Mesdames Wni Mnuntz Sr and Ellen McKinney were called to Irvine the first of the week to see Mrs Elizabeth J Wallace the formers sister who had full en and injuree herself They re turned today leaving Mrs Wallace very much improved Eddie Bellis 17 years old whi has been in failing health for the past year and who had one of hit lower limbs amputated some weeks ago died in this city Mon dnyBurialm the local grave yard yesterday At the regulnr m ti of thF r r JtI4fMnear tiglntf Y1i II ittated This order though the- youngestin the city is just grow- mgto be one of the strongest It will be to your interest to see outline of print and summer suits nnd odd pants for men and boys be fore making voiir purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty ROI we can show you all the new color and cuts and at prices that will Iinterestyou Hardwick Co- Stanton 1 SHIMFESSEL S J f M 4 e A Ser dustake A great dealriia being said a boutu souIloisJt t corporations and there is nono nore heartless than the Cumberland and Eas Ten nesseoTelephnecorporation Winch are I1mjust he same A represei tlvs of these corporations came tStdnton Mon day and gobbled p the privilege of erecting irnc9 over tin public roads of i county with out the pnymeiitf one cent of cash They aikejd for this privilege withoutffjMngtoevenopei a pay station orgu n an in the county owover upon the protests ofjwfeie of the citi zens present tllmpnnYWlls required to exchange ot1 Stanton put4iifitn service o ver the same ratos charpcd at VViowestor and the company givenfoi months to be gin work in th pbunty in gqoi faith and twelnonths to complete the line tar tanton Oitl zens appeared fore tho mem hers of the bogged then to require cOiUId to give the people county a rate as county in the State arid exchange rate as low as any atfi to regulate the I toIe rate dtit the county wit than the rats Ibecounty Tbe- different ant- hlsc thti nclis fo thefti I iz lli mt5R 1B opnWIt use the sysstofithereafter must pay the bill The old Bell system has been in Powellcounty Jot seven years until right recently and we have a right to know what they wil l do While the Clay City franchise regulated and protected the box rent and kept it reasonable the long distance rate has beer abused For instance when we call up and talk to Louisville it is 70 cents when Louisville calls up Clay City and talks to us it Is 50 cents We dont think that it fair It is the East Tennessee lines that do the work for us not the local exchange We thought these rates ought to be regulated and think so yet but the Fiscal Court didnt think so thus the county is in the clutches of a Soulless corporation to chill us for twenty years The rates mentioned are 166 for residence phones and 276 for business phones one and onehalf miles from exchange and 25 cents per mile additional for each phone over five miles from the exchange This means residence phones ten miles from Stanton 1nuetpay290 per monthTbe writer wanted the rate adopted the same Bathe Home phone now charges in this county 100 for Veaidences and 200 for business houses The Fiscal Court didn seem to want so low a rate Andjagkin we say the people who use the phones in the future must pay the bill Again they say we will not use the phone if it is too high Well enough bntysoine people will We soy lIne third as many people take phonejnis would with IL reasonable ratot One phone at 105 means uuF finoney to the qonijfiny titan tnrF f 1hulce3 at P 0 Y r Y I it r I 100 Its the money they are after the profits This company doesnt care if the people of Powell county never see a phone just so they make their profit The people of Powell county will be justly indignant when they learn what has been done they may not realize the serious situation now but when a later day comes and every citizen wants a telephone but finds the price too high they will see In Estill county not long since a company wanted the privilege to use the county roads for tele phone use but that court used discretion and advertised a fran chise for sale They regulated the rate to be charged allover the county required such regulations and restrictions as would safe guard the peoples interest and got we believe 200 for this franchise The court took a num ber of weeks to do this but it took its time and got it in fine shape for the people andas a consequence w6 learn the Irvine exchange will have 200 subscib ers at the liberal rates secured by the time the lines are completed- In Powell the whole thing was rldlroaded through in less than a half day One remedy yet remains for the people and that is in the city authorities v f Stanton They can put the necessary restric ttaira on the company or withhold tbenoity fwHicuiowV We believe they will do this if they will on ly take time to see what they really can do about the matter There is an exclusive franchise held by the Home phone in Clay City and the rates are fixed rea sonable The East Tennessee is thereby shut out of this city However under certain restrictions we would be glad to see them open a public station here These restrictions must be t give us the lowest possible toI rates out as well us into the city Our City Council will look a1 tor that and the people of Ola i City at least will be well pro tected and we only wish w could give equal protection to the people of the county but wi cannot County protection tier with the members of the Fiscal CourtThis article is not wrtten fr censure the Fiscal Court thougi we have related the facts bu we do believe the Court could have just as easily got the tele phone system at a much lower rate which time people shoul have We dont doubt their do jug what they thought for th best still we think they didnt give the matter the attention it should have had- Wanted to do Fishing Judge Beaton made a recordin the way of a dispatch of businen from the bench of the Circuit Court at Stanton Friday Ho wanted to go fishing Saturdayan in order to clear the docket thr record of work was made Three t felony cases were tried and de feudants given penitentiary sentences five separate jury trials ol misdemeanor cases and ten other cases of a similar nature disposed ofand all business was out of tin way until Monday After all the hard work the Judge caught CD fish on SaturdayWincbcsrer- Democrat Next thing the aviators will bo dl1riitg Hulley iibbmotforaracp through the air Albert Walters left Monday for Hamilton Ohio For Sale Seven room house and five lots in west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky Peary found Atlanta almost ay frigid as the North Pole I Spring and Summer I I At MILLINERYOI Mrs r j I THE TIMES THURSDAY 1UIILI3fEDVERY J E Burgher Publisher Satseri lion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 7 SCents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 7 1910 u CLUB RATES PFor the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 et Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 Of the Massachusetts contest the Louisville Herald Republi tau says What is the reason for this astounding change of more than 20000 vote Apparently the tariff is primarily to blame It was made the issue Senator Lodge entered the district and defended the tariff His eloquence proved unavailing The people believe that the tariff is not a fulfillment of the Republican partys promises and they tako this way of expressing their conviction Their must be another revision this is the meaning of the election in Massachusetts revision that will remove all excuse fur blaming high prices upon the tariff Whether this revision is made ly DemocratCongress how the party now in JItrhttoI this warning from the insurgent Enst Having revised the tariff for the past twenty years and always with increases of rates in favor of the interests and against the 1 people the latter who are in the majprity when it comes to voting ought to make a change at the next election and indications now inn that they will The drouth mid balmy weather of March was broken Tuesday night by rain colder weather following yesterday and a frost last night but it is thought the frost did but little injury to fruit buds State of Ohio City of Toledo lSR Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney and Co do ing business in tho City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by time use of Halls Ca tarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscib ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1886 GleasonSteal Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts direct on the blood and mucous surfaces of time Hysn m Send for testimonial fro F J Client d Co Toledo O Sold ball Druggists 75o T kellallV Family Pill for COn IltillItlClli Dr Bells AntisepticSalveG- ood for all Skin Diseases ueene1 sHOE NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on saleNow If anythinglittle lit smart er and more exclusive than usual The kind you see onParis boulevards Fifth Avenue tooEvery last and leather that a woman could possibly want at any time 1IP tiardwlck and Company STANTON KENIHKI I SAVE YOUR FOWLS I 4 oorbon Poultry Care U recognized as tho standard poultry remodyof the world It ii the one remedy that can be depended on with absolute certainty to curo andn prevent Gapes Cholera ItoupI- lmfrcrnec Diarrhoea and all existing forms ot poultry dls cases A tow drops In the drinking owls and tree tram disease A 600 bottle makes 1 2 gallons of medicine ort- ho treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL I M WWR Iiopklasville says tr FP CIsy PRis Ity says wtyear fI been ratlin cbidteni filly yean Iraised hundreds of chickenf tea from Eipet11oadJoaloolllyCunrltbemoattldlCt7rcmcd by giving them Bourbon oul find Hurt ever used for Cholera and a lure cure lot Chalet andUmberueck TW Bourbon Remedy Co I USA- AlAn Leading Druggists BOo per Bottlo Trial VIIFroe t Sold by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay City Stanton k 1 0 i I SPOUT sPRIVIG IL Lloyd Tpdd7wns transacting business in Y iucheater on Satur clayA V Mr and MIYs John R Neal and William Edge spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Clay City Asa Todd Uitplowed back to his farm near this place We are indeed glad to have Mr Todd in our neighborhood again Call and seeYour line of ladies- and Misses Queen Quality and Boston Favorite low cut shoes in the one and two strapped pumps lace oxfords amid all the newest styles and leathers Wo have the most complete stqck ever brought to Powell county Hardwick S Co 1V Stanton KBIORT OP TUB CONDITION OFtriE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in thfi state of Kentucky at the close of business Men 20 1U10 RESOURCES Loans nnd discounts 1100570 03 Overdrafts secured and un secured 110870 USBonds to securecirculn 50000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 000 00 Bonds securities etc 17540 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 3ROOOO Other real estate owned 140103 Due from approvedreserve agents 1081074 Fractional paper currency nickels and 16 08 LAWFUL MONEY KESKRVB IN BANK viz Specie 379820 Legal tender notes jlOOQ 00 iii 470820 Redemption fund U S Treasr56 of cirUn 2500 00 Total v y 10241500 or J I LIABICITIES q so lc a di i bOlX000 000400Undlyidedprdiitsaessexptnees and taxes paid 1 Natl banknotes outstanding 49400 00 Due to other NationalBanks 3658 37 Duo to State and Private Banks and Bankers V 37 40 Individual deposits subject to check 7805085 f Total r 10241500 tisCOUNTY I A T Whitt Cashier of the a lovenauted bank tIoL8demulyswenr- thnt the above estof my knowledge and belief A T W 1itt Cashier Subscribed and sworhto before me his 4th day of Apr 1010 W T Adams J P P 0 Hy term expirea Jan 3rd 1014 ORREOT Attest MH Courtney Jno D Atkinson Directors B 11 C SmithSEEDS Fresh Rillatale Auanaleed to Pi Planterabould Gardener pureI ntperlor merluot SPECiaL Northern Grown I FOR 10 CENTS wo wilt tend postpaid our- FAMOUSCOLLECTION II P80Dar Tees e I pkgrr1Msadlk y 111- 0I 1f1- oI pk IoIJG rrl 1oI1t1 u ikrriikrtMiIfwkttUUM 10 4 yte aed- ysAlnr Writ kdsrt 5nd 10 enta 4=pay =aria rielr I1 th aFar to a wtU oar trw ardrn rinld QBKAT irHj 8KKW CO 133 Rose Bt JtorkforJIIlinola S1tJCI Fruit and ornamental TREES it Every thljig j for i t ORCHARD LAWN andGARDBNt ONE MILLION Strawberry Plants t j Free Catalogue No Agents t- J 1 i If F Hjljenmeyer 1 j d S nSf- i LEXINGTONri KY N L n r t r I i t 1 1 L 4 I Sr f J I trf i I J 1 f t4 f J 1 I For all kinds OF UptoDate MILLINERY I t SEE f MrsJW Williams The Milliner 1 KYi 1 L 1c rf If t OJ I I vXY fVv a srt i USE HOPE mt J MILLSi e I 1r I t J Easter Ba ingtj Made easier and more satisfacrnryr by always using the Uestt our hThen you want Pearl or linksJ4 I Pride for your dainty and fnner edlbaking Every sack Bnirant Sold by our leading mcroiartN JiI I Mfg bJ COPYR3Hr MDEEW CAIN Versailles Eyl al- r t f I rr OAKLAND PIANOSJ lij I Our aim Is the production pf n popular ultodhtaNmoderaUiprlco piano poiaeialnc worth and darobUIt7 heretofore not found la Ii Y pianos selling at comparative prices Js The officers orthe Oakland Plano Co arc ctlcalrplano men whoeo Ufelouif xperleDco In the r itopmeut f tho careful buyer uOur 111c11o to build one stile or case and one gr de of n r tv I ttarrbvmncrfsAtavcurcp ttw rvdttNngtharotorTn it t- to UaJIIJlnlhq tlaklau4plagoImporlblaIMOOrAlDnlblTV ourrlltnbbHIUlpllandtnofupltdtirlb r In an output tlr lI00Q airIII Inneqimlltr In I he MTU lain h nrricontrurlontbror anrkmenrhlnodIndurtldlltyrucLtbw44tkbtnd i irynnrdlerdnt bndle IM kaDd rInofllc1 t J to ui fur catalogue and 5po let introductory OAKLAND PIANO CO aiB Sitelnwny Hall Chicago III t r- 5 M rc l f THIS ORGAN ON CREDITt a NO MONEY 30 DAYS FREE TRIALiBny direct from the cantor Sn the world My ADLEUORGAN toe first 1i LonloExfpeUlon I want you totry it otyonf lgomeCor30 days Dont any honey Just say you end of 30 baying for Itln eaaylnstaUmontsorsondltbaokUJOuaro not satisfied I- guarantee these organs years roplaoe FREE wear out A11 Iasic to do Ssto tho or1 nfor30daysbeforeyoudecidoto bnySendpourname v14 address for nontODOY n You pay when you 08J1ebegbuUngafter uO days froo tr1l1lttCYRUS g2tOIWChtnuAsk the Editor bt his paper about weeUI Older c Sti t I l I c Y7k iiTi IIS = I AN ALL 1UMKMAIK iAPttR THURSDAY April V JOlo i LOOM BREVITIES James Wiseman of Irvine y wus in the city toduy j 0 W Kverman has moved t fVini tight Angle Clark county ItWest Bend tJunes Ileitis has sold nut Iris J UuJr shop to a Mr Bowman I t 1rin London Ky The usual fine statement oft tin Clay City NItonal Bank up t s pears in this issue of the Times I Emerson Conlee of Mt Ster ling visited his sister Mrs Win fto Martin Saturday and Sunday e OUt sprint nod summer line of low cut ValkOv I slices for men and boys in ready for your in sjiection Call und see them Hardwick tC Co Stanton Several thousand employees of the American Tobacco Opmpany struck for hotter wages at Louis voile last week Now is n good time to nuy your ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams H H Hnskin left Monday for Miami Tex on u prospecting tour and to visit his mother and sister now livimr thorn Every Bottle is Guaranteed Every bottle of Dr Hells Pine Tnr Honey Is guaranteed to give satisfaction in nil throat and bronchial troubles Miss Ethel Morton who has been visiting MrsJ thd past 6pwill returnto her home at Stanton Saturday Tell Your Neighbors When in need of a cough medicine to use Dr Bells PineTar Honey 1his the bust Look for the boll on the Bottle fSomosay Hallev s comet was for the warm weath iorand that we would have no other kind wus a little mistaken it seemsI For all Skin Diseases 1 Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the I lcstIt is u ftireitmy snow white I ointmentpleasant to use and every f box js guaranteed Price 25c At all dealers In mentioning the persons sent to the pen from this county last week wo said George Frazier was one of the number It was Char lie Frazier and not George I The Call of the Blood for puification finds voice in pim ples bolls sallow complexion u I jaundiced look moth patches and the tkinnll signs of Iblowhe8oll But Dr Kings New ko rich red blood j give t clear skin rosy chnoks fine com plexion health Try them2I5c i ut SwannDay Lumber Co sstpre Our spring goods are now on Our stock is larger than ever be fore We believe we can supply besidesgivetyou inure your tint else In the County If we f are correct in our belief it is to r your interest to deal withus Come and look through and see what you think about it Illrdwick it Co Stanton DR BELLS ANT pAIN f External Pains vf Jo f Ill t i 1M n I Miss Kllie McOlono of Carter county who haib ell uttfiiidjf r the East Kentucky Normal Hchno tit Richmond is visiting her brother l13 MuGlone Worse Than Bullets Bullets have often caused less sutleripg to soldiers tliuirtlio I eze ma L W hatrimau Burlington Me got in the armyand sulFcrei with forty years But Biluklen Arnica Salve cured ale when all else failed ho writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises und Piles 25c ut SwannDay Lumber Jod store District Consul J W Wo- mack of Win hnster was hero Saturday night and helped to put through the first degrees four now members of the Modern Woodmen of America For tetter ringworm eczema running sores and all skin deceases Dr Bells Antiseptic salve is guar anteed to give cutisfactlon or you get your money hack25e tvery where April 1st is the dayof rqcon ing the common schoolcensus The census may be taken any time luring the month hut the report imade up of conditions of the 1st defy of April The census must he completed and returned to the Superintendent by May 1st The Demon of the Air is the uerm of La Grippe that breathed in hringB suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack of ap petite energyand ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest wed then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood pur ifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have prpvWl that they Jly- srrtnghtn ttienerve8 1I1IIMIII the system nnd restore health and good spirits after an attnck of Grip If suffering try them Only 60c Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Pwnnn Day Lumber Oos store We Bu- yFURSVjt Hidos Woo and PeMheraTallocc cR- GoldlaSoallYrlawt Wild Cirbcr etc V eiuWisM ia 1S56O t lociaddct jcnti of cimiiisioit meter ar1hl 1 prketPt3 dtf7Vu3tiId- ra Ssbei C Sont229 E Market St lOUISVtL MM S POULTRY FENCE rVenr Close Mtlh eomplld tint btlern4 ro tbtou t4teal ailof eJoc tor HLm saNrtdNkO f JIIC II rt1 if r r1 The usualfineVstateiiipnt of the 111y City NatjoilallBlutk appears I ill this issuer ortheMiiies We Eneglo Eye Salve to ejiire common sore eyes In 24 td M ours This seen s strange hut it iSybaoked by our itDonly costs 26c fr The people offOlny City this Spring seem to lMtaking a greater interest in cleaning up their irKpremises v t If you h veir of any kind use Southerland Eagle Eye Salve It is good for nothing hut the eye It is painless anfi harmless nnd Is positively the best If you dont nay so we will refund your money Try it and then tellyoilr neichbor Sold everywhere j26c a tube The city school closes tomorrow TIns ImsJ een one of the most successful sqhool terms ever taught in Jltiy City and Prof Brumley the J deserves special credit fl Making it such fromfrheSaved Urave I had about jjjyen up hope af ter nearly four yeaVfl of sutrerim from a severe luritStrouble writes Mrs M L Dixnf Clnrksville Tenn Often tfie in my chest would be inmost unbearable and I could nntdnVany work hilt Ir icings Nevf Discovery has made me feel IiUa new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and luhpJ Oh tinnti coughs stubborn ialds till v fever la grippe list hmil cronp hronchitif a d heuiorrhatepl liiarseneus and whooping eoughyield quickly in this wonderful rnffdicine Try it 50o and lO Trial bottles fret Guaranteed by Swann Day Lum her Cos store r 0 r1SPECIALYai 18 bead Ntw ffiIdnM A trial wla PrIze CollectionuwlbuTrlauesct titheanett1Trtptdlerdidr 10 IUIIIU I nrl- I OCA1LVNTECD TO PLLAHK Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSb- Mitepcrtgei p ebletcod IIIII a1uble etla ot S ctbtr with my bar iKtrarlUc U Jr r1w nd 1lant Hook i Nat ubooillh fiat jrtuM II iM4 niaj ale STREETIh tfiTr JrsiCAPITAL wroor SI OOOOO SURPLUS AND tIN a DIVIDED Pilots HJOOOO l j WINoJIEsER TUK AvT BANK OP WlNCHBTKK M KV N1IOITT WlTHBHSPOON 1IIKS r W R SiHAH v OAMHIKH W4 LYOUR ACOOONTS SOLICITED t sw r IH+JotoHo+H f JRnAUPPINy I i rt a Jeweler tAn Kinds of Watch and Repairing on 5h rtNoUceClockI l Reasonable Terms 5A TION GUARANTEED I Jewelry Speptacles I Call and see rrieJn the Red i River Hotel Building t CLAY CITY 1 NTUCKY 4 ++ 1 I i 6t 1 t 4- k + J J Womens Secrets There is one man in the United States who lies perhaps beard moro women secrets than any other man or woman in the country These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame but the secrets of suffering and they have been confided to Dr c helpThatpcctations is proved by the fact that ninetyeight per cent of all women treated by Dr Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured Such a record would be remarkable if the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only nut when milhenand entitles Dr Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women as the first of diseasesEvery by letter absolutely withoutcharge Urepltcs arc mailed senled in pcrfrctly plain envelopes without any printing or advertising whatever upon them Vritc without lear PrestBuffaloDR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION Mal otat oAk Womon Stroug191011 Womoxi VPo11 n HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU n DailyCourierJournal By mail Three Months Clay City Times On Year BOTH FOR ONL 125e IIP price of the Daily CourierJournal 8Oflnla year if lliO- fn trel iuoiitli4 ihinbtIIuztdeNtlelallirnllluutit ehtrshy ye will nrcipi iinler for Unit Illilrrr soul our nlrinsluaurv Ki b rnnrv anrt Jarcli ally at the prie for huth naiiHrt IMIVM Sttttrt in voiir ut citti in lit mils ami kn p p rr l he PKOOKKDINGS Ol Till LECilSLATUKE Suoiav 1nlnitr Jon il Mt iiihM HI in this nlftrenll ode iidihtionul I iiii tiv iM i r ileslr d WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just n unultt piperiis it ever vi a1cull r ill firiiitihtlie t1 eeklx wad our paper IOth one yeiir fr ONK DOIAH Order 111111 in Nut to this puptir not to the r iris rlounial to get advaiittiff of this cut ratetJ s t oIIIItI It Il I iJdDIIVi M pC UKiNKt Ire A r UHITT later I e THE 1 r y Ifllrt CLAY CITY NATIONAL SANK f CLAY CITY KENTUCKY W Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars jfj PiivsTHKEE PER CgN I INlhltKVr on time Jl psu f One Dollar will start an nceoiuu II uirSaving Depurtineui f5- gfe WilY NOT START ONE TODAYiiUiIT t W Iil 1W 5t a1 ++ ++++ x + ++ ++ +c t INSUI1a V11TI + i F A LYON e SON i + The Leullin InMlIrUIlH A eutraIISuMturii li itu lcy q Iof + 4 Over 200000000 j t Represented s t rrt Every one who knows anything about insurance know i they ute leaders in this tinet+ ++ ++++ + +++ ++ + + t m LOW FARES TO THE WEST I TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND IST VIA LOUIS h Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be on sale via The HKNDRRSON ROUTK to California and North Pacific Coast Points I37o 3730 from Louisville Ky to San Francisco Los Angeles San Dle o Cal and Phoenix Ariz from Louisville Ky to Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW FARES TO OTHUR PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write J P GARDNER G PA or R F PENN T PA LOUISVILLE KY c TWOIj TRAINS Ii DAILY ILOU I LOUISVL MARCH J TO APRIL 15 ISIO 11 r A r CHRISTIANrENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program for the evening of Sunday April 10th 1910 at the Christian Church lopicGod is here Pis 189112 The Scripture LessonMrs D II Sinclair Leader Gods Nearness Mrs Al bert Johnson Gods full Knowledge of all ihingsMr Albert Burgher- To Live in lotsMrs W 0 MartinChrist is all theWorld to me Song Cornet Accompanist Mr BurgherGod with us always through UhrisNDlr Grain Hackworth- In Him we live Acts 1- 72231Miss Maud Fletcher God watches you John 4 2124 Shelby Burgher God in the Desert Ge- n281017Miss Ada Johnson Christ is KingSong bv i he Choir With us in Christ Matt 1 2223Miss Ruth Earnest God in the Heart John 1- 41728Miss Gertrude Vollmer God Always Matt 1820 8i1iss Josephine Hazelrigg God be with you until we meet agailtSongC- hristian Endeavor Benedic don God watch between you mlme when we tin absent one from another How would George Washington reel if he found he was used as u trademark Owing to a press of work in our job department we are unavoidably one dy late this Aveeh SU1liLeiLa triYi- Good for Nothing but tho Eyes ENTS ITRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS etc C AnyoneeendingasketehanddeacrtMlonmal- qulokb ft KIM onr opinion free w ant liiTentlon le prubablr l Cummnnlca Uons strict oonndentlal HANDBOOK on Patents sent free OMeit s envy for cecunnir putomi receivetMrnericaotAcir culation of any nclontldo Journal Terms 13 a a reart four months fi Sold byall newsdealers HUNNCo 3 Broadway New York t i nraoch I Le Wablnonl Co i SHERIFFS SALE Ethel Frazier Plaintiff V- BYork Frazier Defendant By virtue of execution No 1532 which issued from the Clerks office of the Frnnklin Circuit Court in the above styled cause on the fourth day of January 1910 I or one of my deputies will on the 2nd day of May 1 910 at the Court house door iu Stanton Kentucky offer for sale to the highest and best bidder on a credit of 6 months all of the following property to wit A 15 interest of the defendant York Frazier in the dower of Celia Frazier as widow of J M Frazier Locomotor Ataxia I suffered intensely from Loco motor Ataxia and Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills gave me great relief I have taken them for a long time and Some people say they are not good for me Well maybe not but they relieve my pain and I will take them as long asthey continue to do so AntiPain and Nerve anti Livcr Pills keep me up and I assure you I am thankful for that JACOB HIRGEL Covington Ind Many persons who suffer con stantly from chronic diseases find great relief by the use of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and after several years use say that they have in no way injured them or created a habit The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEYLn nAND- STOMACHTAOUSLE It Is the b1t td 4- o gIIIrodrat1UpractI hookItv 111 ones will How to iret n partner potent Inlunnatlon siiFyn CO PATENT LAWYERS 13 Seventh St Washington D C mlr 1fNEW t IDEA MANURE SPREADER I FARMERS ATTENTION E This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first I InutlrrnHn fhmt of the flame Theezclusivefeaturesnotmind on other machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog wheel Can be heaped in loadings the same as a farm wagon Guar antccd to pulverize all manure notice the three chances This machine is built on a com man senso principle of a farm- wagonhence Is the simplest most durable lightest draft lowest down henco easy to load Into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I I I experience not an exwrlment Ask fo catalogue X I THE NEW IDA SPREADER CO Cold water Ohio I FUSS AND HDbHIGHEST MACK T ktTi9 PAID FUUC3AND Wool Commission 7rilalor tJrlcelht men tlanlntl1nd ESTABLISHED 1337 JOHN WHITE dr CO LOIHBVJWD Ifcr I ISTRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing orspreadingofaxles as the weight moves up I easybecause Is not in tho nature of a torsion spring No tend encl to rattle Lighter anU stronger than an BABCOCK CUTUNDER WAGON vehicle made Thdes- est I riding vehicle extant Always gives satisfaction Six different styles Send for ataloKue and pricelist BABCOCK CARRIAGE CO Evansville Ind 7- r decen ed smmtodjn Powell Couri ty on the waiters of lied rIfcl known nhe thexdivision of the lands of JM Fritz ier deceaBedettld sale wilt be made subject to ithe widows life estate therein also lot No 0 in the dl vision of thVlands of said J M Frazier deceased containing lJi7U acres and Uoihg the lot assigned to j to York Frazier in the said divi sion subject however to the mortgage HeM thereon by lohn W Wllliorns rRlloa house and lot in the town4of Bowen Ilownas the Grant Hanks property contain ing aboutjof an aero subject how ever to thespurchasK money leins against theeunie The purchaser will be respired to execute build payable to th in the exe cution witHapproved security bearing interest from dijte Iw M Bowen Jr Sheriffcof Powell County SHERIFFS SALE Ethel Frazier Plaintiff vf I 5k York Frazier efendant By vrtue tlevy under execu froUlItltcCircuit Court on tile 4th day of January lOlQ Rndof Condition Exponus Nolf issuing from the sumo Court f Igor one of my depu ties will on Monday the second day of May IJOIO offer for sale at the Court htuiSe door in Stanton I Kentucky tothtt highest and best I bidder at puhliuuictinn on a credit of G Months the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved rOijurityV bearing interest form its dllteFirstI A one firth undivided interest in and to nil thfit tract or parcel of- T JamL lying in P well county Ken tucky on the wtttersoftc1ned rivpiy and being known dower of Celia Frazier in iheeetato of J M I Frnzier beginningrat Station No 1 of the platt in the division of the land of J II Frazier deceas fed thence S 71E 38 poles ton stake N G955P E i0 poles to aI stake thence SfpOfi E 18 poles to a stake thonwrN 30 512 W 18350 to a stokefpn the hankof Red river thence down with the meanders of same S 79 912 W G 70 pitied to a stake thence t 8i 12 W 1444 ports to n stake thence S 74 W 075 poles to a stake thence j4 VV 7 poles 10 a stake thence S 35 518 E 101 CO to the bfjlIInlll con turning 41ncrc8mialr1 tract or the olefifth will fie dUldullthe property of York Fru Xier Bubjebt however to he life estate of his mother Celia Frrzier Second Tract BeLfnnintat H stone station No 22 oh said platt thence R18 IjfeE 99 olen to a stone with beech white oak and sour wood corner to land of Ely lownseirdthence S 7i 14 x27 to thence N 18 14 W 87 pled to a stake thence N 20 112 E 14poles to the beginning containing 16 28 ijcres also the folfowing tract as the prop erty of York Frazier and knortn as lot No 0 in the diyision of the land of1 M Frazier deceasedi Beginning niYthpeQutlitvept corn erof lot No 5 the1cevitb thellne same N 32 w lti4p lle tod takbon- thobaiik of ReiIv r thence dowp the sanle s 5j SfWe tv 8 poles thence- S G8J W 1 1 polesto a stake corn er to Jot No T jthenco with the line of same S E1451 boles to U ftake tn tilt b k line tbfj nco h the same S 2J pojew l the beginning coiifalnjng lOW Hares Sold sale b de h waver on this tract AihjeSto the mortgage lien of John Vm jllfgiup No 3 A iSpif larjj fljuHted In the of together with tlioJiu UO bound il nn the Povuti ltyrolldun thJlI Knox on the Kot tli liv he landOf latucs I 7 r- L Holnian nndoulho W by liurVti liolmunR Bindconttiiniug aboilt 14 of an acrtf wiiich will iu sid subject to the purchase money lien 1 thereon Witness tny laud this the 4th day of April l 10Wni IJowin fr Sheriffof Powell county hVery Serious- It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuin- eTHEDFORDS BLKCKDRAUGtiT Liver Medicine i The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation in digestion and iWer trouble is firmly established It does not imitate It is better than others or it would not be the favorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN Pt Gol OACIIS IRVIN PHYSICIAN AND SURQEdN CLAY AND SUROEON CITY Attorney General Practice Comm auaeuN CITY KY W N Prop Furnished Renovated IrrrrrrNu NuNaru If are you wish to dont you you do You wish to be rid of the pain and and be If your by you can quickly the to get well Its This for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies like you from some TAKE Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for eyes years Read her lette about Carduu She writes wad sick for seven years with female trouble Every month would very nearly die with iny head and took 12 of and cured Cardui a to women Try it AT ALL L OF L E fIt RounL Weet Bonnd No K I A 225 785- 3i15 Sda 3120 8a- 3t 812 354 9i3 401 flJ 2 4 30 n HS 435 9i13 447 99G 510 61Q It iadxstgtou 0LAT Roslyir ridltfj 1orrorif let t M CITY KY p SMITH M KY C WELCH 1 TANTON KENTUCKY in all Courts of l1Vctlth d it I Central CLAY BUSH Newly itfou Thoroughly Throughout uuusrrsf Get Well sick got well 4 misery happy again I is caused female trouble get right remedy Cardui great medicine female trouble II CARDUII jJ31ForWolt1ensDls I hack bottles Cardui was is Godsend suffering DRUG STORES Sht1CIRY TIME TiBhF 1 lNo4bailjTDaily M M 358K 1 1Pct t 1Statlnrls J inchttrter lnniponilfdiun CIPX- Sbtnttitj L t tiUUptQp t Uentiyvillo O KIuiutionl- nckson i v tItoUBSNloT1L l R A D 1 i B D IPHYSICI N a Counselloralaw k e rrrtrarrrrruaa y Hotel IIRooms e ofcourse suffering I I Jnnctln- nNtua1 d 1I I l No1IN YJI r Nstaf O4 IIII At M P M A 11 fI- I 0oi 005 102ta rllr 0 rlIII 90IJ r 07rti 34 4JA 46D4c 1120 1 485 Srst 126 14v 8 Lg 4W 848 ua 414 84 1 7 48 J J b7 828t7Tlo I41S15tHI7or 3121 754- lilbM 225 tr 17II- rat1fJ10 2l S 1f IU1IItL i v- fn 6ir h tit 1lint K 1 fi t njptOJ f nincl4 wlllidittJn t with tiel Ms4- itaiIfhttaljfetiitvuy fir pal nufrrt to tinrl froinCainptiM 11 eRttyvjJIeolti li n X 14 tiWill oonncit with the L k A flit WHY iittyvifle Ky 0t K Junction cps 3 an T4 will oiinpct with the uaR K lifj way Ior funnel Cit JlInrIWtitiuIIP 11JDOMESTIC WINNE- RRANGE i 1 M shown by cut It Is made from polished bias steel has six coven one of which Is sectional asbestos draughtrrgIsthers I INof MODL Paw STOVE MFC OOMRANV Chicago IllJ I SSS- 5S