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L 1 I t y a z f f v jLi ViSa r 4 L 4a1 t E t TILNIESVF X wSA 1 h 1 Jc joCents a i earIn Auvaticii i tt We are here to help Clay iZlhe SarfOllnlini oDDIty and Oursdro 1 E Uwrglicr IuMisher IG r L J IvqIXII CLAY very KT THURSDAY DECEMBER 26100t uu NO 52 T J L A I fBring the r Little Ones Here to See Santa Claus 1 IlsOr Campbell WfisTtn ken suSdenl illon tho Shiest lr tnrtcrnoon with heart fttil Y uro ahd Was unable to ho taken hometlutt night She is much better now N ri Psawaneaq FOUNDRY GAMIRIHE 8hsV Ceiling Blinds He Makes His With Us u mIY rEvery youngster in the county will be delighted to seethe things Old Santa has for them He has ar rived in all his glory what a of gcJocl things he has with him Toys Dolls Games Ev erything a heart can wish the grown ups there countless things Jewelry Smok ing Sets Gloves Handkerchiefs r = J k 1w J = I U 7 Z V Tai = = Jou ffjJ Beiin jthcfuaw year right Owo no any g li scriptural and iiiakes tho rtjan JJl feel SViV wlit t for 1UL4 do or tI end in mafang your rounds dont forget the printer 4 jfl AM8 ID4lgEeal1tapecog OIMIlWC andm6hknl1 nrlrloluleA Itiatho rNedt1aarift OteJill diiiYor toprudlueb tthetIDIIIoQ perfect tow he Oth tR1- pw taaY- a till n ram the beat made 1 ton and Ig1 radaate Itm rorednn sapanduuu e elaay6 under perteot cont oh SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED BY AKYOKE WHO CAM DniVE A TEAM j r Laathe y onliir dcscrlblnir ItsoooitroctioaI tFarmOfferthUyoumightTHE LOVEJOY COMPANY 800 8TM HY are etc SHIMFESSEL 1tlt IMado ht woI 1 W Our Business Principles t We are not in the business alone to make and hoard money but to please and accomodate our customers We keep Postage Stamps for their convenience and accommodation keep a City Directory so important to all for their and information acconunodalionI We keep a Telephone 1and its patrons are attenhtion We gladly make change when1 it is possible to do so Our Big Clock is made conspicuous for the benefit of our customers It is electric regulated and always cprre 3 J Ve politely answer all reasonable questions and give the fullest imfor mation possible TIle hospitality and comfortsof our Store are generously offered to per Availing upon the comer in hot cola or inclement weather Ibis a pleasure for us to accomnoJate oar cuftomers in every reason Isons way and when we fail to do so kindly let us know Winchester Drug Co IFL1 aeE MFGaco Winchester Kv We JVVaoufacture Sai Flouring dobfflj a Weatherboarding Yvrindrt8 Pickets stairsnysiS11ing1esnnd Eto M Slore ErontH Headquarters here and world brought and childs For = Books c mau I owe a We treatedwith Siffiinn t We are IeodqudrtersforI- 3tJlding falter Felt I1ooing Fhutold Reofing- audEFe l R + ft L iJ r epctus Your esllimates- i r rilptiSliiprr e1fs1 W 1J if5Ii J t n 44- R t yt tra S t I f ties Always RIght IISemitor United States Tillintitn introduccI-ata I resolution nstrticting the Corn mitteoon Fihahce to consider and report u whether itis practicable for the national govern mentto discontintie the issuance mf permits to retail liquor denl erein States c5riitiesof rininic palitfes where local Qptioji pre volts firQhibitSjiicJhasale of it quorsF MSeriatpri Allison said tlyolkctedtSenatorrillntanreplled collecting tho tax permits the sale of liquor and issues a permit for that purpose For once in his hilarious and pestiferous ca reer Senator Tillman is right Ono of greatest drawbacks in the enforcing of prohibition laws is the government license system and Federal Court decisions A bootlegger sticks his govern goesI state nonsense steps in and prac ticuliyiiulHflea the State law a bout shipping in local option ter ritory Heres to Tillman one time Richmond Pantagrnph Vol XII of The Times Ends This issue winds up the year 1007 so far as the Clay City Times is concerned This mnkes fifty two issues for tho year not even a week oil for the holidays Oth er local papers generally miss an issue Christmas week Wo like the idea but our readers have been used to a good thing so long now full twelve years that they can do without it one week only ut a time so wa must con tent ourselves by working double time for awhile and get the paper out two days ahead oftime like we have done this week in order to get to take just a little Christmas each year Valuable Assistance To any young man expecting to attend the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Richmond iKj Write to 1 n JJootho IJres Y flf OA Richmond Icy at as early date as possible and ho will make arrangement for meeting you at the tnun purl 1uldtnyoua suitable bo jrdiij J JtW Y Ui can thon twine toj the oince of the rresklout who j 10 7 f 1 0 l4 will resist you in milking out J your Course of Stmly Local Option Election A petition hips ben filed with reI tion in this county on February 20th 1908 The vote will be ta ken under tho county bill a law passed at the last session of the General Assembly There is but little doubt but what the county will go dry by good mnjority Judge John E Cooper of Mt Sterling lied at Hot Springs Ark whore he hind gone in search of his health He had served eighteen years as Circuit Judge I and was 71 years old- MARRIMIES Mr Oscar Woolery and Miss Gallic F King daughter of Jo seph King were married Thurs day December 19 at the resi lience of the brides fathorin this city Elder J T Turpin officiat ing Mr Jesse Eaton and Miss Al ta lauppin youngest daughter MMr JTMaiippin rf tll1 pity were tnarrieq1trtib home of the prides father Th evtrh December lotLl rfnv ROV R A IrVIn 0 04 Judge ORear versus Gov vilson Lust week governor Wilson hind a meeting of the tobacco growers of Kentucky and the trusts representatives trying to adjust time wide differences be I tween the two and if possible to check the little warin tho wes J torn part of time State In a speech beforo this meeting Chief Justice Ed C OReur criticised the Governor for calling out soldiers and said you could never put an idea into the head ofau AngloSaxon at the point oftbayonet He said tlfero is just us touch law to on force against the tobacco trust and combina j tions as there was against the barn burners and intimated Owl if this law was enforced fiawff as it should be there would fSjv u burns burned ORear has Hie right idea of the situation ands being heartily commended for his bravo and outward stand for tho farmer Mrs Sam Gorr was token se riously iH Monday an las had two physicians with ltei Her sarially fatal o W A4ie sou 5r li Igl nru fee 1 amlvr o- to the1C pdJpiufpg leis rq r y table tary h- n 7F I Sacrce Sale rLrs1 Beginning on THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prides every article in our store con sisting of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Belts x Combs Hairpins many other useful things Nice line white goods cheap Come early and get choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINS Mrs W N Bush of r INSUR1 wITII i F A LYON SON+ 0 Tito LOftf111I InNnuneo ArtttN h- g ot JDi to1u iCentuolcy t t 1 Over 20OOOOOOQ 1 I Represented I Every one who knows anything about ineurnuoe know 1- t they lire leuders ill this v i + H + ++ i ++++ ++t+ t ++ J 1 4 THE TIMES rUttUSIIKD EVKKY T1IUU3DAY u u 1 15 Uunjlicr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns sicondelnss mail matter Thursday December 20 1007 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TUES and CourierJournal 6100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm- ANNOUNCEriENTS 75 For County Clerk We fire authorized to announce CHAB EWKV candidate for County Court Clerksl1bjcct to the action of the Dein ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P G nonn candidate for Tailor sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party The Tobacco Situation From time immemorial tobacco leaf had been sold in the tobacco raising regions at the free competition of buyers There was never any quoted price for tobac co as there is for wheat or cotton- t Ie farmers brought their market and the buyers t to bid for it The forrco region there is but one buyer The trust makes the price what it pleases and the farmer must accept this price or take his to bacco home again Under the operation of this system such tobacco as for years had brought in a free andopen market 0 to 8 cents a pound sells for 3 cents a pound or less The land that had formerly produced 75 to 200 an acre now yields lend than half of its former io turns and a distinguished Ken tnckian has calculated that in his state because of the operation of the trust the returns to the to bacco farmer are less than 20 cents a day for his labor In four of tho countries of Eu ropeFrance Italy Austria and Spain tobacco is a government business and these four govern ments buy in the United States iVi ry year about 1000000 pounds of tobacco The trust arranged utli tho buyers for these governments that they should have u certain fixed territory in the South in which they might buy without opposition provided they should buy nothing outside of that territory When this arrangement was made it destroyed the lust chance ofcompetition and gave over the producer bound to his do spoilerAguinst these conditions the farmers of the South have pro tested to the courts for every step in the trusts proceedings has been wholly illegal and spe cifically prohibited Yet the law has never been enforced upon this trust nor has tho govern ment until lately given it any greater heed than is involved in some feeble quickly abandoned inquiries Everybodys Magazine A man who invariably trios to get the big end of the bargain may bo surprised to leavn some time flint every man in the neigh borhood is studviiur hard lirtw to- T r beat him and some of them are sure to discover tho combination Parents Best Gift to a Son Is a course of instruction at Smiths college at Lexington It will be an imperishable legacy to himGraduates from this college receive highest salaries four thousand of whout ore bankers olli cial merchants etc in Kentucky For particulars address Wil bur It Smith Lexington Ky Samuel W Allerton one of the wealthiest and most exten sive corn growers in Illinois says that though his state is the greatest corn country in the world the farmers thoro arc de spoiling the soil He declares that unless the present system is changed tho great Mississipi valley in forty years will hunger for bread The farmer must maintain the fertility of tho soil so as to keep up the crop yield indefinitely This is not being done in many of the poorer dis tricts and even in the rich coun try along the Wabash railroad between Chicago and St Louis the average yield of corn is not moro than thirty bushels and twenty of oats Corngrowing must be conducted scientifically if the great corn belt is to maintain its fertility and produce the same bountiful crops in future years as have been garnered in the past few decndes Mr Al lerton insists that there is no reason why every farmer should not- raiso bushels of corn to the acre but this cannfft be doneby slipshod methods ando rvercopping Howto Mix It Awel k teVffout orttyonRhetr = matisin gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the follow ing valuable yet simple and harm less prescription which uny one can easily prepare at home Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime Hr stntos that the ingredients can bo obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at a small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if takn regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any ease of Rheumatism The pain and swell iirg if any diminishes witheach dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give pertinent results and the a Jove willno doubt be greatly ap predated bninny suirerors here at this time- Inquiry at the drug stores of thVa neighborhood elicits the informa tion that these drugs harmless and can be bought separately or time druggists here will mix the preserip tion for our readers if asked to Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction always 1atternsoldlathUnKsistaleaccount of their style accuracy and simplielty norUeCallUncarlnnfThOnohloauICOI numbr4i tent TeerysuberlbergtMcaaYat tent Free ILndanmpremiumrIfbeuicuhcorpnsann altn and Prefnlum Cataloeud showing ero premium err teeu 010 HOWJJ This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEV A Co- Toledo O We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations trade by his firm WALDING KINNAN s MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure itt taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7oc per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for con stipation Young Men and Women Educated for Profit at Smiths College Lexington Knobkeoping Shorthand Type writing and Telegraphy taught Refers to thousands of successful graduatesGreat for graduates of this college at fine salaries Reputation as cheupest and best college Write for particulars to Wilbur R Smith Loxiifgton Ky Farm for Sale 100 acres on Cooks Branch Montgomery eg House and outbuild ings Close to church and school and convenient to railroad Elation Well timbered and supplied with everlasting water Within J mile of the famous gas field For par ticulars call at Times office Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200acres 23 acres pot tom InncTgoaawe lingofeight rooms fine orchard well watered close to churches andschool all necessary outbuildings three miles from Clay City on good road Land will grow good crops of corn tobacco grass and other products A bargain for some one For particulars see J E Burgher Clay City Ky Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn an l Garden Vo employ no A gents Catalogue on ap plication H F Hil eixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY TII Winchester Bank IXCOUPO RATED N H WiTiiEitsroox Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20ODO We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 t iIII CIIRTNfI 7 Prr lient 1f o f 1 r Special CaLe On Friday the 20th We will put on sale at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES everything in h Mens Suits Pants and c Hats 4t l We are going to discontinue these Lines of Goods and willmake DEEP CUTS in PRICES to move Them 1 JI 0 Mrs J W Willian J J f fl A CI tCK ytt 041 of V J i4C The Whitest White Cake x tfThe LightpCt Light Rolls i And Flakiest Biscuit Are Diode VVlioii You UNO a Pearl and Bakers Pride Flo r 0 1 Ta 0 Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant great guaranteed cure for IIThe Whooping Your Cough monthr Sold CroupCldSI 1 ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your Ioot life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle DRUGGISTSIraprFlIIlay Wilt I b +++ +++++ + + + + X + ++ + + + ++ ++ ++++ ++++++ w CAPITAL 550000SURPLUS 7000i4J J OLAY CITY NATIONAL BAJSTK CLAY CIIY ELY r + i i CHAS SCOTTi j VidePresident t i i t+ I ACTS AS DEPOSITORY AND OIIi EIIS ALTI TIOVIIt T itUrI TO INDIVIDUALS AND a t CORPORATIONS rqrui g1s FEnANJ COmJOTl MS t wi 11 II f f r 1A T YIIITT Cashier oft fJ O 1 pt Ho4hi Y t z- t p i 1A i YTHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY N Dec 19 1107 4 LOCAL BREVITIES Toys Candies and Fruits atA E Barnett S Sons Newton Puckettand wife of Jackson are visiting relatives at Vaughns Mill 1G1owe11 Deputy Sheriff r of Xena wns here Monday trans- actingI business The now municipal ollicers will bo inducted into ollice the first Monday in January W E and Bush McKinney KansasCity Mo are visiting relatives in the county- o O Q Eaton and family of Katlianton are hero to spend the holidays with Mme folks St Christmas trading has been t fine with Clay City merchants elfthis year the panic notwith standing Charlie Mapel who has been at Hot Springs Ark for some time has returned homo greatly jimprovod in health A nice ever reminding New Year presentthe Clay City Times twelve months Only 50 cents the yer Miss Mary Shimfessel who is attending State College at Lox ington came home Thursday to spend the holidays A nice little snow foil Friday afternoon bnt melted twit N r Saturday We wou another white ChrisT I r tIi Merry Christmas arid Happy New Year to all our readers and may Santa Claus visit each home whore there are little fellows Patrons are hereby notified that on January 1st 1908 water works disK Saturday was the shortest day untilj r lengthen to the longest days a gainRemember rit is against our i city laws to explode any kind of cofire works in the limits the same being punishable byn fine of ri five dollars ji I G Jackson of the Harrods i Democrat in Mon burg came r k day to spend the holidays with S his parents Mr and MrsW L Jackson at Vaughns Mill f Avery hard rain fell Sundayo afternoon and at night which put the river up considerably C i Our bridges cost us sharply but r they are now coming in good playft A totter from J B Eaton and ryfamily dated at Olearwator Fla Dec 17 states that they ares very pleasantly located at that place the climate and surround t lags being delightful Reuben Martin andsister Mrs i Sarah Mansfield and daughter Miss Mabel Mansfield started yesterday morning for Edinq Mo where they will romain with relatives for a year or more Mr Fred Smothers who has been residing at Wingate Ind the pasttwo years has returned to Kentucky to reside Mr Smeth rltt 1 41 i Q 1 ers says tho panic is being felta great teal worse where he came from than in Kentucky I Within the next weekvarious Lodges of tho county will elect oflicers We will be pleased to publish the list of all officers e lected if you will only furnish us with the names Send them in 10000 More Telegraphers Needed Smiths Business College can qualify you for a good Telegraphic position cheap Main Railroad wire in College Practical teachers Farm boys and others who received 20 a month before attending this Col loge now receive i5 and 75 per mouth Recently rfflicials of great rail roads have written us for hun dreds of our graduates For particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Heres Good Advice 0 S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysville N Y S1sIIIf you are ever troubled with piles apply Bunk lens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at S warm Day Lnm ber Cos store The annual report of the Com missioner of Internal Revenue shows that the receipts for the last fiscal year amounted to 20000102285 which is an excess of 20501281 over the pre ceding year With the excel tion of 9045038 this sum was realized from three items as fol lows Distilled spirits 140 749838 fermented liquors 58 540110 tobacco 51811049 In the payment of this sum Kentucky stands fourth in the list 28444188 to her credit Ice States paying a larger yam eing in their order Illi inois New York and Indiana In point of production of distilled I spirits Kentucky is second with 38301247 gallons while Illinois stands first on the list with 48 273128 gallons r A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver und bowel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sen sations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guarnteed absolutely satisfactory in every easy or money buckat Swann Day Lumber Cos store 2oc If none of us ever made mis takes the world would be too stupidly perfect to live J The Rev Irl R flicks 1908 Almanac Is ready for delivery and excels all former editions in beauty and value The cover is a beautiful de- sIgn in colors the entire book in full of fine half tones astronomical ongrifvings and interesting matter It contains the Hicks weather forecasts complete for the whole year finely illustrated The price by mail is 35 cents on NewsStands 30 dints Word and Works the Rev Irl R Hicks fine monthly magizine contains all his weather forecast from month to month to gether with a vast amount of the best family rending The price is S 1a year and one almanac goes with each subscription Address Word and Works Publishing Co 220l Locust Street St Louis Mo Write for rate on almanacs in quan tities Agents wanted New Watchmaker J P Afauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonabln terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed i 4c- I Jl Your Lifo Is at Stake when you have n cough or cold In your chest hancins on week niter we k Hundreds fIrve1hdlime sos will prevent tho dnadly con sump ion and drive put tho txrsiffnt coiiirli cr cold It Is the ono pnfa rcnfcdy civlni prompt rclil y t pleasant to takf and harmless All Druggists 25 Cents = =Georgo W Anderson Jr ha sold his property on Sixth ave to S J Anderson for 000 Jack will keep a restaurant and n little later probably run a fresl meat store Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Vinterton N Y had avery remarkable ex perience he says Doctors got bably mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomoch and liven trouble but none of them helper nut so my wife advised trying E lectric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me more good thanall the five doctors prescribed Guaranteed to turn blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney cone plaints SwannDay Lumber Cofr store 50c- Nothing better for a New Year present than the Clay City Times one year Mrs Margaret Richardson has moved to Lexington where she will reside with a sister Mrs Richardson ndv offers her prop erty in this city for sale or rent Call at this ollice for particulars A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich sil ver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural forma tions is a veritabe wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occured lien son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occured every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat und lung troubles by SwannDay Lumber Co at their store 50c and 8100 Trial bot tle free Notice Owing to the babweather which prevents my seeing those who owe me I will at once place all my ac counts in the hands of tho sheriff with instructions to collect soon as possible Mrs B Littlepage THE CHILDRENSSGUAnOIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Pneumo- niaSALVEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishingr Relieves In twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma lironchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth Its weight in gold Criminal to be without It Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop I Greensboro N C 1 A J x ro itItsInterest + f 3 To spend your money where it goes the farthes you dpnt have to go far to find Unit place j Our store is uhvuy ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Show Fur nishings Groceries Haul ware Hiianess Saddlery I Funning Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods i Wo willappreciate your trade and take rn exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have J to sell Dont forget the place j I A E BARNETT It SOS CLAY CITY KY J We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall Trade With a Carefrilly Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we v1il take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber CoIINOOMPO RATED Clay City KyI CRESCENT Stoves and Ranges La only tho best of usca nuu KU i U I give the Uftctlou Every CRESCENT Stove b accompanied with a full guarantee mnterlnlsIAuk your dealer to show you tho llnodont buy one claimed to boasIniint on having tho CRESCENT be pleased with It CRESCENT STOVE WORKS 1 Evansvlllo Ind I 5Iteriff 5 Sale for Taxes a Iw11l Qj NDAY the Oth DAY of JANUARY 1008 nt the rt OourtiHowBWCor in StnntoHfKtfHtucky expose for sale to the high I esbbidder th roperty hereinafter described or a sufficient amount oc of eaohjpersoiis property named to satisfy the amount of taxes due from each person for the years named and also to cover the costs OfA8uC11 Butes to wit IiJJ Stearns 800 acres land years10OujJL Thomas 13 acres land tax YO7 years 1U02 10011005 Stanhope Heirs 200 acres land tnx8 03 yrs 10041005 Nick Merrill tax for yr 1002 Howard Davis 100 acres land tax 1417 yrs 1008 1001 1005 A Euoker 4 town lots balance tax 0 85 for yrs 1003 1004 1005 Jas Martin 75 acres land tax 5 22 for yr 1004 Jasper Mastin 30 acres land balance tax 5 84 for yr 1005 Joltl Ashley 400 acres land tax 10 58 for yr 1005 Role Hendrix 2t acres land tax G 05 for yrs 1504 1005 Sarah Hendrix 21 acres land tax 2 55 for yr 1008 Tilden Tracy 08 acres land tax 12 CO year 1904 W O Tracy 40 acres land tax 7 90 year 1004 F P Tracy B land tax 13 80 for yr1005 Willes Dunaway 100 acres land tax 11 64 for yrs 1002 1008 1004 1005 E K Meadows 100 acres land tax 17 58 for yrs 1002 1003 1004 1005 W D Jackson 1 town lot tax u5 48 for yrs 10Q2 1008 1004 1005 Jolt Russell J acre land tax 411 foryr 1005 W H Patrick 20 acres land tax Sf7 18 for yr 1005 Frank Payne 2 town lots tax 5 27 for yr 1005 J3 F Ledford 1035 acreslund tax 71 06 yrs 1008 1904 1005 Henry Ed muster 3000 acres land tax 40 47 for vr 1905 Geo A Combs 1 town lot tax Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court f John W Williams Plaintiff versus Weden Gillispie Defendant EquityBy and order of tale In the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November term 1007 thereof in the above cause the under t1 ncd will on the Oth day of January l OS rt 1 oclock p m thereabout being Court will proceed to oer lor sale utPublic Auction to the sixESiiMiion Ky the property mentioned in the Judgment to wit 1111 on Boono branch of Morris conveyedtobmnidcti on the south by the lands of Warren Martin on the north by J Boooe tiMct on the west by the lands of 1 S 109110 and Uoones Branch and containing 80 acres more or less or sulllcient thereof to produce if5080 so ordered to be monde The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for tote payment of the purchase money reploIII time dy of gale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien bo re ImrdI Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court Commissioners Sale Joicell Circuit Court Countyby Sheriff Plaintiffs versus Thomas Boone Ac Defendants Notice of smile in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court at the November term 1007 thereof in tue above cause the undersigned will on the Oth duy of January 1003 nt 1 oclock p nit or thereabout be ing Court Day I to offer for sale at Public Auction to the high est bidder on a credit of six and twelve inStantonin the Judgment to wit 5 no for yrs 1008 1001 3005 Scott Wilkerson 18 acres 7 02 for yrs 1008 1004 1005 Bell Hancock 1 town lot tax 8 GO for yrs 1104 1005 John Bowles Sr 3fOO acres land tax 10 58 for yrs 1902 1003 1001 1005W T Adanis 3 town lots bal ance tax 25 87 for yrs 1002 1008 1004 1005 Sidney Bowon 75 acres laud tax 0 00 for yr 1005 Joe Martin 18 acres land tax 80 58 for yrs 1008 1001 1005 J M Powell 30 acres land tax So 80 for y r IDOl Rniulel Eplirum B land bal ance tax 88 88 for yrs 1002 1003 1004 1005 John H Hatton 50 acres land tax 4 23 for yr 1005 Levi Anderson 02 acres land tax 68 83 for yr 1003 1004 1005 Stephen Burgess 50 acres land tax S4 11 for yr 1005 Sid Chapman 100 acres land tax 85 59 for yr 1904 Jas W Grow 50 acres land tax 88 05 for yrs 1002 1003 Geo W Poynter 100 acres land tax 88 10 for y r 1904 Richard Pitts 50 acres land tax 82 82 for yr 1904 Eubank Bros B land tax 88 GO for yrs 1003 1004 W G Eubank B land tax 85 08 for yr 1905 W L Jackson 205 acres land tax 11 02 for yrs 1902 1904 iRD0- 5M V Larison 40 acres laud tax 8 31 for yrs 1002 19041905 John Larison 15 acres land tax 5 18 for yrs lOOn 1905 Iz Larisou 50 acres lund tax 0 08 for yrs 10021004- TEOS BOONE ExSheriff Powell County Lot of land situated in the town of bylJulnuy M R Lyle and Win Byrnes lots j on the west by J D Atkinson and on the north by the lot of Sarah Black produce1U03The purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security1for the payment of the purchase money ofnreplevinuond day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re purchase Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Luther Martin Plaintiff versus Sarah Mansfield and Mabel Hansleld Defendants Notice of sale In Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1007 threof in the above cause the under Jnuuary1908utbeing Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highestbidder on a credit ofmonths- ut the Court House dour In Stanton Ky the property mentioned in time judgment towit Lying on time waters of Red River und Creek in Powell County and bounded on the south by the lands J W Dawsonon the west by the lands Ben Hudson on the north by the lands Mrs Marth Martin on the east by the lands of J H Dawson and containing about CO acres or suilicient to produce 70738 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved for the payment of the purchase money replevLm day of smile according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will bo re tained on the laud sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court I There is some hope for tim fool who does not boast of his wis Mom Young Men and Ladies with nm bitten should Learn Telegraphy Ul1dlthe now 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional Telegraphers are required by the Railroads in the United States Positions pay from t60 to ElSO per mouth to beginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 month time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cin cinnati Ohio PROFESSIONAL OAIIUS NI MtaNNIIffLJNNIM yA R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Ther Dodging Periodof a vt raans life Is the name often given toII change of life Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering bytaking sAROUi Womans Refuge In Distress fl rtqUlcklY relieves the pain nerve ousness irritability mlsernblenest fainting dizziness COla flashes weakness tired feeling etc throughthIs yoUrlifeYou can get it at all druggists hi 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Vlnrfnla Robsonof Eajt on Mi until 1 took Cardul which cured me so quickly It surprised my doctor who duns know l was taking OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT VIRE CON- ElASTERI Convex bottomfits all stoves Gr patches the crumbs 0Ihefifth slice or hea or Coffee Pot Toasts 1 tn two minutes The wire comma rows the heat of a bed of coals j tn Sale by Dealers HARKINS bi MLLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan WV For Sale Stock of drugs of the late 15r B Littlepage Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs B Littlepage Clay City Ky KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR c UCHS OLDS Trlas PBICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXOlJi OB MONEY BEEUNDED 60 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS opvnioHTS Ac A nono lending a ttetcD ana oeflcrptlOn mar qnleinr ascertain our opinion free whether ail Iurentinn li Coronmnlrn eSSnSSiitl HAN08UDl on Iateuu notice without chareo In e A handsome I1Inatntet1 weeklr rest elf oulaUon of an clontIee journal Torn n a I nIL four monlhl11 Bold brall newsdealere i MUNtJCo YEARS- EXPERIENCE nrpatenteIateuta Scientific Bttcrlcam 361Broadway New York I branch Office Ci I Bt WulIlDlllonu sThis valuable remedy Isa cure heartburnSick or Nervoue headache oeDer or NervonsDcblllty or Prostration and all Diseases I1rl from a disor dered condition ofthe Stomach Recommended by Physic Pleasant to take It U not lleOO L ary to diet only in very severe case The Btomach will soon be in such a healthy condition that one can eat most any kind of food Two Sizes 50c and SIOO per box If yon druggist does not have Itsend direct to F L SHINKLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA and Testimonials tent on application THE MIDWINTER TERfl Which is the rush term opens Jan 21 Do you want to be a working u nit in the livest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- If so see your County Superin tendent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have nut al ready clone so and write to tin foIPresI HIGH POINT BYManufacturera O REST f E m pmaE Etmar I n E33UTnJ Tlierao a raason whys 1 II you harn zgcacy wto us about it Whofesilo only Address HIGH POINT N C J J I- j IorThe Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL4 SUPPLIES 41 Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAlv Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHEStER KY Lexington EasternRy Effective Nov 18 1986 EABTnOUND No2 No 9 Dui ex Sun Daily Stations P inA M Lv Lexington 225 735 I Winchester 310 813 lfLosE Junction 82 82 1 Clay City 400 U02- H Stanton 410 UI0 H Campton Juno 440 f3I- t Natural Bridge 4 45 942- I Torrent 457 1966 f BeatfcyvilleJunc 018 1017 ETJunct 010 11 i15 015 t 1120 1JDaily Stations P M A mv Lv Jackson 220 010 H O K Junct 2 25 615 H BeattyvilleJuno 320 7 07 Torrent 341 730 Natural Bridge 854 40 + II Campton June 357t 48 II Stanton 420 t Olirr City 435 2 I LEJunctionG07 853 I Winchester 52Q 012 ArLexington 6G5 955 CONNECTIONS hK L E Junction Trains Nose 1 and 3 con nee with 0 0 for Sit Ster ling r Campton Junction All trains nect with the Mountain Central forICampton Trains Nos 8 and 4 will make con nection at Beattyville Junction with L A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville 0 K Junction i Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K Hy for local stations on that line s WEEKLY RIER IJUURNAL r- And THE TIMES I Both one year for only One DollarT- he Presidential election IB proaching Times have change rhat is all Mr Wattersoh is Democrat and has always been Democrat never Kcpublican Es ential differences out of the way Deruocats are getting together CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it I Send your order for this com l nation to usnot to the Courier Journal The regular price of the j Weekly CourirJournalalomie is U a year A a JIt 34- t j- c