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It I r THE CLAY CITY TIMES I IVOlwvvwwwvrv vwww rvwwvrrvrvw vvutWc iAGOOD NewYear Resolution 1 n Going to save all Ican n and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large sele tIstock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 tt4itl C SHIMFESSEL w Our Business Principles 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 andaccommodation We keep a City Directory so important to all for their accommodation and information z attenntion We keep a Telephone and its patrons are treated with courtesy and We gladly make change when it is possible to do so Our Big Clock is made conspicuous for the benefit of our customers It is electric regulatedand always correct We politely answer all reasonable questions and give the fullest imfor mation possible The hospitality and comfort of our store are generously offered to per sons waiting upon the comer in hot cold or inclement weather- It is a pleasure for us to accommodate our cuStomers in every reason able way and when we fail to do so kindly let us know 3 CoC01 RELIANCE MFG Go Winchester Ky We Manufacturex Sash Flooring doors Coiling Blinds Wtatberboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts We ore for Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc us estimates ISend Shipments Hmnffclt SIIkr Headquarters Building Your Plow AMBRIDGBhlJrbiit7peand It Is the result of a oonatanc endeavor to a perfect ridlns aJl baa years experience in PIJI1DIf baof or u rne oemaDO 01 toe time DUI Cambridgemeetmeets that and only need to be tndto nTridingeq auy well on 1el wiihlighterrkeua on man ana team mag fame ilios anti from the pd high srrae teell Improved and oapaDdmanaae always under pwt80t control SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED IY ANYONE WHO CAN i GRIYE A TEAM JClularIN llw plete otalog fiiiii 1ovelo7 JWnt Inrg7oumightTHE LOVEdOYCOMPANY S00 rOMRV any BAMHWH HV I i 1 i aids ll TweNu l 1 StantOB You will see in this issue the sale of lots in Patricks addition to Stanton which moans much for that town The coming town east of Lexington Stanton three years ago had a population of about three hundred three stores one blacksmith shop and a com mon graded school but now has eight stores bank canning facto ry and a High School of four teachers and not an empty house in its incorporate limits and a population of about six hun dred In a short time work will begin on the Stanton College a magnificent brick structure to cost20000thishouseto be built on ten acres of beautiful rolling land donated by J 0 Patrick for that purpose which land ad joins the lots to be sold on the east And further east about onefourth of a mile lies the Pat rick Portland Oement in quanti ties untold which will be utilized in the near future With these facts before you why not Stanton come to the front- Remember the 11th day of January come to the sale and buy you a lot and help boom the once finished old town into a modern little city Digs up Old Grape Shot Last week while digging pars nips in the garden James Barker dug up a grape shot which weighs twelve ounces and shows that some of the ball has rusted away Theiittlvvuelmid the best quality of steel It is said that the cannon balls that were used in the famous battle of New Orleans in which the Kentucky militia took such an important part were made at the old forge in this city Grape shot we learn was also made here It is quite probable that this grape shot dug up by Mr Barker was made at the forge here at about that time 1812 and was possibly taken by some one of the old citizens as a relic Mr Barker prizes his find very highly and no doubt will find some one willing to pay him a good price for his rare prop erty MARRIAGES Mr Mackey Tipton of Fur nace and Miss Ida Grow daughter of Albert Orow were mar ried at the home of the brides father on Little Greek Wednes day December 25 Mr Aquilla Snowden of this city and Miss Frunkie Curtis of Little Greek daughter of A J latItersthe 24th IWe acknowledge receipt for calendars from G W Anderson Jr Poultry Hides c Clay City National Bank 0 Shimfessel General Merolmu dise SwannDay Lbr Co Gen eral merchandise R G Mans field Sou Flour Mill Winches ter Winchester Bank and Eas tern Ky State Normal at Rich- Mond Mrs Everett Mofleld died in this city Saturcay last of con- sumptionj Burial Sunday in the cemetery s J flt pi Li 49 Id Tuberculosis Exhibition- I Shortly after the holidays the National Tuberculosis Exhibition which has been at Jamestown ex hibition all during the past sum mer will be brought to Louisville where it will be open for two weeks It is being brought to the State by the Kentucky Anti Tuberculosis Association which hopes through its educa tional influence to awaken over the State a greater interest in the fight against tuberculosis and to impress upon the people in every county including our own that there is a great opportunity and a great dnty in this eflort to stamp out the great white plague consumption In the last few years yellow fe ver has lost its terrors and tuber culosis will doubtless also cease to be a source of dread when the people have been taught how to prevent it- Consumption accoding to all authorities nowadays is not he reditary but is communicated through carelessness from victims to the rest of the family and if taken in time it can under prop er treatment be cured openedJanhalls will open all day Tuesday was the last day for the huntsmen and from what we can learn good use was made of the day it being a bright ideal winter day Results were as us ual very unsatisfactory withmost of the boys- Charlie Short who has been I visiting relatives in the county for several days has returned to this work in a paper mill at Mid dleton Ohio Mr and Mrs Robert Niblack of Spout Spring are rejoicing over the arrival of a new boy at their place SPOUT SPRING James F Clark spent Sunday with his cousins Moses and Shelt McKinneyMr Mrs Marion McKin ney visited the latters sister Mrs Henry Tuttle at Ford this weekHarrison Powell of Whito Oak and Miss Lizzie Snowden daughter of Marion Bee Snow den of this place were married here Ohristmas eve The following officers were elected at the Masonic anniversary Friday Pete Mountz Mas ter R L Tipton S W W F McIntosh J W L B McIntosh Secretary Morgan McKin i fey Treasurer S G Baker Tyler p Sacrifice Sale I onNITHURSDAY pricesI every article in our store consisting I ofsI Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Belts Combs Hairpins many other tr useful things Nice line white goods cheap Come early and m get choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINS Mrs W N Bush t INSURE WITH t+ iF A LYON SON i+ + Tlio JLiondinur Iiimiiim Agutttrl tot JQuHtorii JtoutiKjlcy + i if1 knowIEvery one who knows anything about insurance I they are leaders ul this lino ++++++++++++oHo ++JI+++ I i ti I f iL1Alr THE TIMES rOULISUED KVEIIY TUUU8DAY J B Burgher Iubllsher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondoluss mall matter Thursday January 2 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe Trains and Courier Journal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOONCEriENTS For County Clerk We aroauthorized to announce CIIAB Ewes candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Ganclerbones January Forecasts ooiVRiaiiT 4007 nv o it IUKTII What are bugles blowin for Said Bachlor on parade DayTheWhat makes ynu look so will tcso white paradeIm got to face The Woman Hater said For Leap Year is upon us And the girls will use a wiro Theyll us like a poodle expireAnwagon squireForIn the niornin The big bet for this month will be Taft The Atlantic sleet will approach the Horn with a bent spyglass looking around for Japs 0 Hell whispered in Uncle J oo Cannons ear will be the pass word to got anything be fore Congress Japan will have a slack mouth at the Nagasaki navy yards and will build only twentyseven more war ships The guess on Koosevelts future for this month will be that lie will become a Congressman af ter ho leaves the White HouseI and will go into the ring with Williams and DeArmond Mr Bryan will walk around theI Demoqratic nomination with a hammer to see if their is any place where ho could nail it down Money will continue shy rising out of range and flying eight miles Mr Lawson will put his mask on and go back into the game jobs will continue to run when they see you coming stud sometime during tho month Mr Morgan will decide whether he has all the money ho wants now or if ho will continue the panic After the 20th wo shall be un der the influence of Aquarius time water carrier the eleventh sign of the Zodiac Under thisfavor able sign Prohibition will estab lish about eighty more storm centers booze will run another mile in nothing south of the Ma son Dixon line and Carrie Na tion will work with a hatchet in each hand To quote an Omar of the Oklahoma desert Hush little barroomIDont you cry drugstoreBy January was named after Janus Bifrons known as TwoFac ed Janus He was the origina politicians t prohibition was sweeping Rome and Bifrons a candidate for the t Senate had to declare himself s ono way or the other to every Y j j- third man ho met But ho was a foxy Dago and when ho was ask ed Do you drink Bifrons he wouldslyly ask in return I this an invatation or do you just want to know Rome had a gate named for Janus It led from the Palatine- to the Quirinal Hilland was closed only when Rome was at peace with the world This oc cured but four timesunder Nu ma Augustus Caesar and Vespa tian and after the first Punic War Julius Oaeser kept the gate open wider than anybody Just to satisfy himself that no other Roman had ever had anything on him in this respect he once drove twenty loads of hay through the gate abreast as a gainst a record of fourteen loads rhXIlIlHusTime widow recently bereft WIU pop right and loft And luckless man of Leap Year butt Will scramble for the tall uncut The sport in Congress will con sistor battles with the homey fist the gentleman Missouri bred willcall some one a noodle head theyllclinch and bite each oth ers check the frightened galler ies will shriek the Speaker will get out a gun the man from Ar kandas will run the sergeant will bolt through a door the fight will spread upon the floor the clerk willclimb tho chaplains back and tho air will sound with Biff and Whack the War Depart ment will turn out the Senate will get in the bout and Fairbanks with triumphant cry will black Ben Tilmans other eye the President get his hat his box ing gloves and trusty bat and will exclaim on coming back Alls quiet on the Po tomack I After that we shall have very pleasant weather The moon will be full on the 18th and per sons we never heard of will bJ3 mentioned for vicepresident Christmas presents will be ex changed for something you want and Japan hearing that the fleet is to keep right on across the Pacific will move over on the main land and dig cyclone cellars Persons born in January have cold feet and do not play poker If they are born under the in fluence of Aquarius the water carrier they will vote dry They are very ingenious and know how to turn the gas meter back They have large families and small incomes They are good at figures and can tell you whether a womans shape is real or ex celsior They are slow to marry but can get a divorce as qniclcas anybody They are very shrewd in money matters and never give their wives the money Donr answer tho doorbell this month Its a book agent Keep the silverware under tho coal pile If you come home late at night look out for highwaymen and walk in tho middle of the street as the policeman does Dontwrite love letters She will salvo them The trusts will continue to chow us where to head in and Congress will vote our money like it was theirs Tho fasjiion able wintering places for the month will be Southern Oalifor a and the Florida coast and all trains bound to those points will be loaded with plasters find bricklayers withtheir families And then the short lived month of Feb when women will com plate her web and foolishman rill buzz about until the spider dashes out and nails him neatly o the mast for so long as his life hull last If you are out of work or have v spare time you should get our proposition No mail orde l scheme but a clean straight bus oaks iing money with 110 competition The first acceptable applicant gets your territory Write today tomorrow may be too late Par ticulars free Dominocards CoT 1807 Chouteau St Louis Mo But notwithstanding Leap Years tricks weeds alongJustCheer up cheer up I Its not so bad With us as tis with Ted Who had to crone to it and knock His third term in the head Save This Anyway Here is u simple homemade mix ture as given by un eminent au thority on Kidney diseases who makes tho statement in a Now York daily newspaper that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms us lame back pain in the side frequent desire to uri nate especially at night painful and discolored urination are reudi ly overcome Hero is the receipt tr itFluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtimeA druggist here in town is authority that these ingre dients sro all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has 1 peculiar healing and soothing tilect up on the entire Kidneyand Urinary structure and often overcomes the Worst forms of Rheumatism in just- a little while This mixture is said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter und strain from the blood and system all uric acidand foul decomposed waste matter which causo these afflic tions Try it if you nrint well Save the prescription Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction always Fruit and Or= narnental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Ve employ no Agents Catalogue on ap plication- H F Hilieixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Tl Winchester Bank I INCORPORATED I N H WiTHEnsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 I Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 81 thi I 1I I I J I eel aa e i I r nILSI f On Fri ay9 the 201h We will put on sale at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES everything in Mens Suits Pants and Hats We are going to discontinue these Lines of Goods and will make DEEP OUTS in PRICES to move Them 1 r YBr PAI T rk II = Ar f ni Mrs el W Williams CLA CITY KENTUCKY I I t I The Whitest White Cake I The Lightest Light Rolls I 1 And Flakiest Biscuit Are M1tlu YhOll You YJfrO l Pearl and Bakers Pride Flon J Ta o Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED 1Y J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY f Sold by our Leading Merchants I The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Coughs and Whooping Cough Sold nildera positive ifnnrantce Your money returned lilt ever fails It is the only remedy thatcures in one dose and with alt vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts pcrbottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS l THE GLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Sole Prbprs FIndlay Ohio I r ol I + + it sJot t 1Jo 00 s+ f ot ot i I c CAPITAL sQ000 1 I SURPLUS 7090t tz 1 t Ih COURTLY OILY GipY NATIOKAX- OL i3AE AY CITY KY I I j t t fCIIAS SCOTT i Vice Presiienl j j + 1J oIo rt r J r a r ACTS tAS EPQSrrpR5 ANI OlliiflSALL aipDEHN FACILITIES TOilNDiyiDUALS AND lt1 t CORPORATIONS DESIIUNOSA1E BANKINO CONNECTIONS r rtj tt fA t TWIIITTTCCashier t 3 c r1y v 4tV + CiC iiV i trrCrP67f JoO foh 11r11y hYJtt 1 s 11 H a C S TIDE TIMES f AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Jail 2 1908 t LOCAL BREVITIES A happy new year to nIl our readers t 1 How many letters have you dated 1908 since the new year Dont forget the public sale of town lots at Stunton January I r 11tht Fred Ware spent several days with friends at Carlisle last week Fred Blair of Morehead is visiting his sister Mrs A 1 Whilt Miss Lyditi Wessoott of Lex ington spent the holidays vith Clay City friends Win Mountz Jr of Lexing ton spout a feW days withrela tives here during Xmas Everett Bach of Jackson is visiting his sister Mrs Basciuri Walters at Waltersville Mrs Geo E Whitt of Moro head was the guest of her son Cashier Whitt several days last week Delivers Address at Richmond At the Foreign Missionary ral ly at the First Christian church Richmond Ky last week Prof 0 W Campbell of this city de livered an address before the meeting on the subject of Doub I le Danger of InactivityI I KY I I Mr and lira rrlrry Shattuck of Banford spent the holidaya with the hitters parents Judge and Mrs W T Adams Toni Burns and wife left Monday for Illinois and will make their future home in that state with their son Nick Burris Desirable town lots in Patrick addition Stanton at Public auc tion January 11th These lots adjoin the new college grounds Mr and Mrs 0 B Dicikson of Jackson spent a portion of the holidays wiU the hitters pa rents Judgo and Mrs W T Adams A Higher Health Level t1 line reached a higher health level since I began Using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial mone will be refunded at Swann Day Lhr COH store 25c Smiths College Assists Young La dies In acquiring an education for self support nod independence Bookkeeping Shorthand Type writing and Telegraphy taught Three lady teachers included in faculty Good boarding homes Refers to lady graduates receiving as touch as 1000 a year and more Kentucky University diploma awarded our graduates For particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Joe W Daughetee a former Kentuckian writes to havo his paper changed from Almira to Alexander North Dakota and Lund Trouble of the most serious and dangerous description has been promptly relieved by Pisos Cure It has during nearly half a an unsurpassed remedy for coughs colds hoarseness bronchitis asthma and all affections of the throat and chest It contains no opiates or habitforming drugs Pisos Cure has the confidence of people everywhere and sworn court testimony has proved that by its use many of the worst consumptive Coughs Ilnvo Been Speedily Relieved i+ +++++++++++++ +++++++ M f t PUBLIC SALE OF I I Town I 3 LotsII STANTON f SATURDAY JAN 11 i I + n fI 1JIT t R inside the incorporate limits of Stanton and fronting on said R R i jfd are high dry lots 50x150 feet said lots are staked off and numt I7bered and divided by six streets 50 feet wide and by alleys 16 feet 1sot e bidder can see just what he is buying The said streets run par tII fallel with the L E R Rand to the grounds of the Stanton Can Factory the College and the Cement plantjThis is your opportunity for a good home or business of any kind or a speculation In other words by putting a small amount of money in X 4these lots yt will double its value in a short time j Terms of sale Onehalf cash balance on four months time Dont forget the day come and bring some one with you A map of addition can be furnished at any time thisI At- r 1i J C Patrick 1 1 + 1utH + + X ++ i++ HH +++ ++tJo + + + ri ti Ii i r 1- hr I t 1 ivilds that they are having there the finest winter for years It Does the Business Mr E E Ohambirlaiii of Clinton Maine says of Ducklens Ar nica Salve It does the business Iliave used it for piles and it cured them Used it for chopped hands and it cured them Applied it to an old sort and it healed it without leaving a scar behind25c at SwannDay Ibr Cos store 0 S Hardin who has been connected with Clay Oity Na tional Bank for the past two yours lefe Jan 1st for Lexing ton where he has a more lucra tive position with James B Hall the Eastern Kentucky stave man Mr Hardin during his two years stay in this city has made many friends and no enemies so we regret to see him leave us Rank Foolishness When attaked bya cough or a coW or when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr Kings New Discovery It says C O El drirlge Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth fur coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack Know the world over as the King of throat and lung reme dies Soldunder guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50cI and SI 00 Trial bottle free Our advertisers have crowded out a good deal of interesting item and correspondence A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the mis ery malaria poison produces says R M James of Loutlien S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a cape of chills or a bilious at tack in almost no time and It puts yellow jaundice cleats out of com mission This great tonic medi cine anti blood purifier gives quick relief in nil stomach liver and kid hey complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at SwunnDay Lumber Gos store Nothing better for a New Year present than the Olay Oity Times one year- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only cne way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the muco s lining of tho Eustach an Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inilamation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine casesout of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dol lars for tiny case of Deafness caus d by catarrh that cannot bo cur d by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free P J CII NEV Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con itipation Notice Owing to the bab weather which prevents my seeing those who owu- me I will at once pluce all my accounts in the hands of the sheriff with instructions to collect soon as ossiblo Mrs B Littlepngo S Its to Your Interest fo spend your money where it goes the farther you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is ulway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Hiianess Saddlery Farming Implements told etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take In exchange foi 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 to sell Dont forget the place AaEa BARNETT SON 9 AY CITY KY A 0 We are Now ReadyF- orfa the Fall Trade 0 With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise q I consisting of most everything the Family may need C Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and 6 children is the equal of stores in much larger cities i Our Shoe Department is Complete 0 withshoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and 0 lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you t What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store- D You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCORPORATED Clay City Ky m U Curiosity often hides behind tho mask of sympathy KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IFOR cOUGHS OLDS Trial IPRICE AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB Ott MONEY EEFTJNDED 60 YEARS t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone eondlna a ekoteh descrlpttnn mayI entckl gacettnhi our I Wlr ree whether an Commnnl n- tloiitntrletiycondilentCal HANDBOOK onlnteuu lent tree OMcit necurmi atenla- 1atenta I taken through atutm t receive tttctal notice gilt host obnYlle la tho Scientific Jlmericaiu A hiuidsomolr lllnttrntM weekly Lfirzcst clr of IIn tdentlda Journal Terms n ayear I frtiirrnontbiil Bold bi all noHidtlern MUNN CO EXPERIENCE 3810roadiray New York araucq Voice ea s Bt wasblaaton Sheriffs Sale for Taxes I will on MONDAY the mil DAY of JANUARY 1008 at the Court House door in Stanton Kentucky expose for sale to the high est bidder the property hereinafter described or a sufficient amount of each persons property named to satisfy the amount of taxes due from each person for the years naned and also to cover the costs of such sales to wit J 11 Stearns BOO acres land amount of tax 12 25 for years 190310011805 R Thomas 13 acres land tax 0 07 years 1902 1904 1005 Stanhope Heirs 200 acres land tax 8 03 yrs 10011005 Nick Merrill tax for yr 1902 Howard Davis 100 acres land tax 14 IT yrs 1003 1901 1905 A Rucker 4 town lots balance tax 1I 85 for yrs 1903 1004 1905 Jas Martin 75 acres land tax 55 22 for yr 1004 Jasper Mastin 30 acres land balance tax 5 84 for yr 1905 John Ashley 100 acres land a tax 10 53 for yr 1905 Role Hendrix 2t acres land tax 0 05 for yrs 1904 1905 Sarah Hendrix 2 acres land tax 2 55 for yr 1903 Tilden Tracy 03 acres lund tux 12 30 year 1004 W 0 Tracy 10 acres land tn 7 00 year 1004 F P Tracy B land tax 13 80 for yr 1905 Willes Dunawav 100 acres land tax 11 04 for yrs 1902 1908 1904 1905 E K Meadows 100 acres land tax 17 58 for yrs 1902 1908 1004 1905 W D Jackson 1 town lot tax 85 48 for yrs 1002 1903 1904 1905 Jeff Russell acre laud tax 4 11 for yr 1905 W H Patrick 20 acres land tax 7 13 for yr 1905 Frank Payne 2 town lots tax 5 27 for yr 1005 B F Ledford 1035 acres land tax 71 00 yrs 1908 1004 1DOI Henry Edmuster 3000 acres land tax 40 47 for vr 1905 Geo A Combs 1 town lot tax Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court John W Williams Plaintiff versus Veden Oillispio Defendant EquityBy nml order ofI renderedthereof in the above cause the under signed will on the Jth day of January thereaboutbeing highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in mentionedInTying on Boone branch of Morris Crack being the sium Innd conveyed andhounded JBooneof 1 S Boono and Booties Branch and containing CO acres more or less or sufliclont thereof to produce 15080 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required toE give with approved security lot the payment of the purchase money rtplevin the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re purchaseBond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSONIMaster Comr Powell Circuit Court Commissioners Sale Powell VlrClltvOllre Powell County by J M Kennon Sheriff Plaintiffs versus Thomas Boone c DefendantsINotice of sale in virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court dInwill on the 6th day Qf January 1003- at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day I to offer for sale lit Public Auction to the high est bidder on a credit of six and twelve nlonths at the Court House door in Stanton Ky tho property mentioned in tll indtmpnt to wits u 5 30 for yrs 1003 1001 1905 Scott Wilkerson 18 acres 7 02 for yrs 1003 1004 1005 Bell Hancock 1 town lot tax j 8 50 for yrs 1001 1005 John Bowles Sr 300 acres land tax 10 58 for yrs 1002 1003 1904 1005 W T Adams 3 town lots bal anco tax 25 37 for yrs 1002 1003 1004 1905 Sidney Bowen 75 acres land tax 0 00 for yr 1005 Joe Martin 18 acres land tax 80 53 for yrs 1003 1004 1005 J 111 Powell 30 acres land tax So 80 for yr 1001 Knndel Ephrum B land bat ance tax es 38 for yrs 10021003 1004 1905 John H Hatton 50 acres laud tax 4 23 for yr 1905 Levi Anderson 02 acres land tax 8 83 for yr 1003 1004 1005 1Stephen Burgess 50 acres told tax 84 11 for yr 1005 Sid Chapman 100 acres land tax 85 59 for yr 1001 Jas W Crow 50 acres land tax S8 05 for yrs 1902 1903 Geo W Poynter 100 acres laud tax 83 10 for yr 190- 4llichaiu rii 3o acres land tax 82 82 for yr 1904 Eubank Bros B land tax S8 00 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 1905 M V Larison 40 acres land tax 8 31 for yrs 1002 19041005 John Larison 15 acres land tax 85 18 for yrs 1903 1005 Iz Larison 50 acres land tax SOOS for yrs 1002 1904 THOS BOONE ExShoriff Powell County Lot of land situated in the town of byMinby M It Lylo and Win Byrnes on the west by T D Atkinson lot8I the north b the lot of Sarah burn or sulncicnt thereof to produceI 1993 01 so ordered to bo The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money replevin I day of sale according to law I Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will re tained on the Innd sold till all the purchase money ID paid Bbnd payable to Commissioner KOMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Luther Martin Plaintiff versus Mansfield and Mabel Mansfield Defendants Notice of sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Court rendered at the November term 1807 underIsignedbeing Court Day I will proceed to thehighestbidderonacreditof SlautonKyJudgment towit Lying on tho waters of Red River and Luhe rod Creek In Powell County and bounded on the south by lands J AV Dawson on tho west by the lands landsMriMarthof J II Dawson contnlnlng about 50 acres or thereof to produce 70738 so ordered to be made The purchaser will bo required to bond with approved security for the payment of purchase money replevIn of sale according to law Bidders will bo prepared to comply retained chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court i siTiQt T1alt j I Kimbrell- I Johnson Harris of Fox visited his brother John the first of i week H B McIntosh of Sams visited his sister Mrs Sam Embs the first of the week John D Wiseman of Jlark county is visiting his sister Mrs J W Tuttle here this week l Mrs Ann Mouutz of Balliu ger Texas visited her sister I Mrs J W Tuttle last week Thomas Williams of Clark PUOKKSBIONAL CARDS lJ W4 N4LrnvaaJrNHgwP R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BileI Poisonhas a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your + blood and causes constipation with all its fearful ills 1 I The for 9i BlackDraughtIs blood purifier- It I j gets rid of the pelsons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It is not a oath tic but a gentle herbal liver medic ne which eases j without Irritating oJ Price 25c at all Druggists t I I OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE BOASTER Convex bottomfits all stoves Grv catches the crumbs Qs3 I he fifth slice or heaB or Coffee Pot Toasts i In two minutes The wire cone rows the heat of a bed of coals 1 vr Sale by Dealers a tfmiHS at miS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan I county visited Ails sister Mrs Nic Puckett during the Christ inns holidays Mrs Fannie Harris and laughter Miss Lillie and niece Mis Mary Burton visited Mrs Amo Gain last week and Miss Lilli attended the wedding of her uncle Marion WilliunisV THE CHILDRENS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group 3rfd ein1onia SAl fEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Ilarsea and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfectAntiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or Bans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Criminal to bo without It Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mlg ChemIst Prop Greensboro N C This Tslnnhle remedy Is a euro Heartburneick or Nervons Headache General or Nervons Debility or Prostration and all arising from A disor dered condition of the Stomach Recommended by Physicians Pteasantto time It is not neecra ary to diet only in very severe cases healthy The cmoadidonlthmarnonecanceat most any kind of food Two Sizes 50c and SICO pas box If your druggist does not have Itsend direct to F L SHINKLE Manufacturlnc Pharmacist MUNCH INDIANA Circulars and TtiUmontali sent on application THE MIDWINTER TERrI Which Is tlio rush term opens Jan 21 Do you want to bo a working u nit in the livest most urnbjtious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your County Superin tendent npw about nn appointment to free tuition if you have m t already done BO and write to the President of the E K S N S for catalog telling lIimhnttitudlull you desire Address It N RonrU Pres- Rlehti1tid Ky HIGH POMNT BflJS YCtManufacturers BEST mm IPJ1U1Fm BUaaV IJUJI Theres a raason ifyou havntaonoywrites us shout Si W3ioltssao Address HIGH POINT NC I OnlYlJI + r 11 1 T 4FtQ The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine Time Best the Simplest the mot reliable the twist Durable Hindu Write today for particulars Wo also handle n full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington Eastern ley Effective Nov 18 1906IEASTBOUND No2I Dai ox Sun No4Dully Stations 1J 111 A 31- r Tot tnl1 2 2 3 W icliester SIn 818 L oE Jamctlpn 8 82 Clay gitv 410 IIQ2 Stanton 410 110 1 Campton June 4 10fi3Natural Bridge 443 05h 1 Torrent 4V7 056 BeattyvilleJuncOl8 1017 0 K Junct 010 I1 ilf f- Ar Jaekson615 11i20 WKSTBODNIl No3I Dully NO lDnii1 Sun h 1 Stations r M A in- Lv Jackson 220 610 I O K Tunct 2 25 lb i BeattyvilleJuno820 7 07 Torrent 341 730 Natural Bridge JMl 40 1 Campton June 337 43 Stanton 420 Clay City 483 I LE Junction 507 8583t Winchester 020 IiU Ar Lexington 005- CONNECTIONS 9 55i L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 connec with C 4 0 for Mt Stet= ling Campton Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for CamptonTrains Nos 3 and 4 will make con nection nt Ueattyvillo Junction with L A Railway for passengers to and from Boattyvillo 0 K Junction Twins Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K lly for local stations on that line I t i 1 l A I WEEKLYI l 1 i JUURNAL And THE TIMESi Uoth OIIH year for only 0oe Dollar i The Presidential election proaching limes have change That is all Mr Watterson isJDemocrat anti has always been Democrat never a Itepublican Es pcntial differences out of the way Detaocats are fretting together v CouriorJonrnul is goingto support the ticKet And there you have it Send your order for this ohm lunation to usnot to the Courier = Journal Time regular price of the t XVeokly Oour r Journal alone is flv tf vcnr 1