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I THE CLAY CITYTIMEI I 1j A 11 u Ir4 ft t 1 p TA f heljClar City the Sorronijiiiig Coanlryand Ourselrcs i BI ir ter I bjdh ICITY t IKY THURSDAY JNUAJiV 1i J908 NO i i r- I A GOOD 1 ht i J i w N WVetResolutionr te 4- tittlfttrt8lt r wiDIings Goods delivered Phone 32 ttltltltt i C SHIMFESSEL JffRBbl1N B MFG dd1 t JII 4 f i Winchester Ky Vie thClQuCJctura Sash looring doors ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing J 1111 and Etc a Sri Send us Your estimatesiPrompt Shipments f A Cut in Prices t tittttttl I am overstocked with Winter Goods and have put a Price on them that will make them move as I dont want to carry them over Come early and get your thane of the many big Values I am now am offering Felt Boots reduced from 4 25 to 4 00 300 250 Cloth Overshoes I 2 25 2 10 I I I I 200 I 1 75 I I i 175 150 Leather Leggins I 225I 175f J CanvasI I i 75U 50 10 c Outing to 8 13 Mens and Boys Gloves reduced in proportion My loss 3yourgainCome here and save money M Rose CLAY CITY Ky II u y It I I a I The New Congressional Bill A general shaking up of the gongressional districts in Ken tuck in bill offer ed byRepresentative W H intheHouseThe which was indorsed by the Re publican caucus and isoneof the bills that the Republicans will try to put through The Legislative Redistricting Bill will be introduced later it not hav ing been drawn yet Powellcounty is taken from the Tenth district and placed in the Eighth which is composed of the following counties Bath Clark Estill Fayette Garrird Jessamine Lincoln Madison Menefee Powell and Woodford population 101080 Alleged Murderer Caught John W Hawkins was arrest ed at the home of his father William Hawkins in Estill coun tyj last Wednesday by J E Al len and took to lit Sterling and lodged in jail Hawkins is charged with the murder of Horace Reynolds a young man who was shot from ambush near Jeffrson ville Montgomery county on August 8 1805 An indictment was returned against Hawkins but several years ago it was stolen from the Olerks office with a batch of oth ers and has never been found Mr Allen will receive a reward of 250 offered bv the State for Hawkins capture StateCivil War Kentucky is practically in a state o civil war Between the desperate times of the tobacco st on one hand and the night riders on the other things have gotten in bad shape The authorities should at once institute proceedings to drive the American TobaccoOompany and its allies and tributary satellites from the State Then the night riders would stop Anything is better than the present state of affairsThe administration should bear down on both sides equally It seems that most of the ammuni tion of Gov Willson has been die rected at home people He should give the trust some of the same kind of medicine Let all lawlessness whether it be bv rich or poor be put down with absolute impartialityBeatty- ville Enterprise Where National Aid Would Help No state or county is able to make and maintain a good sys tem of roads UOO miles of good roads will well do the people more good than a battleship Iud fifty miles would be prettier than a government building and the amount wasted in a dam would benefit more people if expended in road building When it be comes customary to send sensible men to Congress 1 intend to spring that question but I fear that old age will overtake me before tha- ttimoJackson Democrat A Correction In the report of the Walters Ferry Bridge Committee in last weeks issue the names of 0 W Witt and Robt R Friend who wireiuadvertontly list The name S E GarrettI sbouldhave been It M i a J rr Death of George Herron IMrGeorge Herron died at his city Friday night after a very lingering illness Funeral services Sunday morn ing by Prof Campbell Burial at the local cemetery after the funeral under the auspices of the K P and JrO U A M Mr Herron is a native of Car tel county but has been a resi pastfifteenhe made many friends here and no enemies The bereaved fam ily has the sympathy of a large circle of friends Marshal A P Johnson has been confined to his room this week and Jas G Easter has been serving the city as Chief Police Jim has proven himself to be a brave and fearless officer and during these few days of service bas been a terror to the offenders of the law Council fleeting The new council met last Wednesday night and adjourned until Friday night at which time it reconvened The regular meet ing night was permanently fixed to be the 1st Friday night in each month s- It being the first meeting Loans and Discounts 45151 576 21 House and from Banks 31864 18 and Fixtures 2411 in 8235 91597 77 of the newboard the election of Marshal Clerk and Treasurer WISIwas elected Clerk and A T Whitt was elected Treasurer The salaries were left unchanged except in the Treasurers place- S D Rose and Thos Edge were appointed street committee A committee was appointed to con fer with a committee to be op pointed by the Lodges of the city to look toward the building of a City Hill and Lodge room com bined The retiring Treasurers report showed a balance of 072 in tare Treasury with a few outstanding warrants not yet paid All of these of small amounts however For Sale One hundred acres of land on the road leading from Irvine to Spout spring near Kirnbrell pos oflice Has on it a box house good ar- den and well Close to scbool and church Price P 800 if sold at once For further inormation cell on or address W G Patrick admr- Kimbrfll Ky Sacrifice Sale IBeginning on THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store conflsisting of IIsiery Gloves Fasinators Belts r Combs Hairpins many other useful things Nice line whitezgoods cheap Come early and get choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINS Busha t Condensed Statement of the Powell County Deposit Bank STANTON KY At the close of Business December 31 1907 00 Overdrafts Banking Lot3358 97 Due Furniture 58 Cash Safy 83 Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus v 2400 00 Undivided Profits 56 85 Unpaid DividendsH 1500 00 Due Banks 00000 00 Individual Deposits 72640 92 91597 77 10 DIVIDEND Since this bank opened for busner less than three years ago it has peidao its stockholders 37 in divdends and in add or on to this placed 2400 00 to Surplus Fund The net earnings for this time being 53 7v E R FULLER Cashier J 31 Is THE TIMES rOBtlMUD BVKT TBUR8t AT J C Barker fibltsker Stbscrijlta Rites SO Cuts jer year la iJ Mice otherwise 75 Cents Entered MMoamitilMB mail matter Tharefey January 16 1908 RUB RATES For tbtcenvenience of our sub floribere wD have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIHKB and- Courier Journal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 h ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk WI are authorized to announce CHAR EWE candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tlio action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN r GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party New Postal Ruling The postal department has is sued a new ruling regarding the entrance of papers at the second class rate The law explains it self as follows A reasonable time will be al lowed publishers to secure renew als of subscriptions but unless subscriptions are expressly re newed after thterm for which r they are paid within the follow lug periods Dailies within three months Triweeklios within six months Semiweeklies within nine months Weeklies within one year Semimonthlies within three monthsMonthlies within four months Pi tnTmthHfi within six months Quarterlies within six mouths they shall not be counted in the legitimate list of subscribers and copies mailed on account thereof shall not be accepted for mailing at tho second clas postage rate of one cent a pound A Good Good Roads Idea Mr Harry A Sommers of E lizabethtown has written a lengthy article to the Louisville Times in which he advocates State aid to the building of public roads He lays down four conditions that make the proposi tionat this time seem feasible The State is out of debt The New Oapotol is about com pleted There is a surplus in the treas ury The tax rate is yielding more revenue than is needed Mr Sommers quotes an author ity on how to build a good road This is what a road expert sayaI Every dirt road should be prop erly graded with good drains on each side to carry oil the water as the first step toward building a turnpike The road should then bo rolled under a heavy steelroller until the ground is compact and halhrrhen comes tho rock crasher set to crush the rock from the quarry so as to pass through a threeinch ring This shouldbe put on the high way to the depth of not less than six inches and thou have the steam roller go over it several times with tho road slightly higher in the center then put on the screenings which you get while crushing tho rock to the depth of from two to three inch es then have the steam roller go over that several times it is best to hue the screenings wet if possible but not absolutely seo eeeary You then Lava a model highway These roads cost from 1000 to 1500 per mile accord lag to the width in which they arc made and the conveinience of the rock Gravel roads where the gravel is near at hand cau be built at about half the cost and require the steam roller just as much as the turn pita It takes some nerve for a Re publican to talk about the con- nEction between Democrats and hard times Lets see about it U S Grant had been President four and a half years when the panic of 1878 came General Arthur had been President for two and a half years at the time of the panic in 1881 Grover Cleveland had been President on ly about two months when the panic in 1893 carefully arranged for by Republican legislation oc curred Theodore Roosevelt has been President for more than six years and the Republicans have had full possession of all branch es of the Government for ten years Yet two panics have oo cured during his administration The Republicans will have to cease claiming credit for the prosperity of a country which on ly belongs to the Supreme Being Their legislation or a failure of it caused a panic when there was every cause against it Winchester Democrat The Foolkiller is sick or has bucked on his job Tho postof fice department has ruled that a weekly newspaper cant credit its subscribers longer than twelve months Madden the 3rd assistant postmaster general has been doing stunts for years to get on tho front pages and this is his latest Instead of trying to re form tho service of its abuses by bringing the railroads and other grafters to book ho is entirely trying to make it hard for the country weeklies What business is it of the department whether the subscribers are cash or credit If it will decree that everybody must subscribe and pay then he might be justified but we fail to see why a newspaper can not credit as well as a merchant No country weekly is going to send theyhnve largejobIVashingtonJackson Democrat Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of i the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that id by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the muco s lining of the Eustach an Tub When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness Js the result and unless the inilamntion can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever i nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which ia nothing but an inflamed condition of tale mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness cpus ed by catarrh that cannot bo cur oil by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CUKNEV x Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists The Take Halls Family Pills for constipation About the thinest unpatriotic spirit that can manifest iteelf is lor R person or persons in busi aees an employee or of any of the professions to draw a salary or income from a commaaity aad go elsewhere to do their trading Patriotism as well as charityi should begin wt home and void of this instinct and pride in home institutions is a darn poor citizen and of whom a community can let without noticing the yacaocy- made by their departure slMlbetttN- ow is the time When the doctor gets busy and the patent med icine manufactures reap the harvest unless great cure is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheu matism and Kidney trouble weath er is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good preseriptoin pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Ex tract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Com pound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bed time Just try this simple homo made mixture at the firstl sign of Rheu matism or if your hack aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the bloodwhich the kidneys fail to filter out Anyone can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicin ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them Renew your subsription at once or this paper will stop No more long subscription ounts kloralways Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn an1 Gar den Wo employ no A gents Catalogue on ap plication H F HiLeumeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY THE Winchester Bank I INCOKIOKATEU N H WiTiiERBrooy Pros Capital Stock 200000 v I Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 84 i COURTNEY President u Special Sale l 1 c 1 j On the following Lines before stock takin- gLadies and Misses Cloaks Ladies and Misses Skerttc f I t i Trimftied Untrimmed Hats j it and evorything in Millinery goods A few things in Mens and Womens Un derwear We have A Few Mens Suits Left 5 r If your wants in these lines have not been supplied it will be money in your I purse to investigate here before buying Mrs J W Williams R CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 1 t Tie Whitest White Cake t The Lightest Light RollsaiAnd Flakiest Biscuit I Arc lUndc VLou You TThte Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour rt ttTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by Leading Merchants t iJ The atguaranteedcure for Colds Coughs and Whooping Cough Sold Anders pos itive guarantee Your money returned ifit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in dose and with vomiting Always haven bottle on hand It maysave your childs life Recommended by physicians Price per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS L THE ILESSNEIt MEDICINE COMPANY Sele Prtjirs FMlay OWf f V ti r CAPITAL S5OOOO oJ L 7000 If iSURPLUS y Ii II t our one 35 cts A QUAY CITY NATIONA BANK CLAY CITY Kil I oo y 7 t CiIAS SCOT Tf t 1 I Vice ifeslieti J tit tAoS AS UEPOSITOHY AND OFFJORS ALL MODKRN FACILITIES TOmr lVlIUArSJ AND X T COKPORATION8 DKSIRINO SAlE HANK1NU CONNKCTIOStS t tj A L WIITT CashierF Ir3j +t+ Jo + r o+ oHf ++to1o1 t t t 1o + + tHt t + tt1ot + + I 1 + tGo or c A THE TIMES AN ALIt HOMEMADE PAPER Yrlc1AF iHJitu 10 llip- l3REVITIE1t t D M Ourry of Duvidsoi Ky visited rrelatives in the city tUififetlk wIf I Dr B R Smith reports the I birth of a son to Mr told Mrs l W G Patrick t Dr Irvin reports the birth ofu t son Saturday morning to lrniul I Mrs Rit hard Adams O W Biriiett iidW F Bai nett were in Winchester yeste dIY on a business mission Mrs Robt L Shimfessel of Vaughns Mill was the guest of Mrs B Littk mgt Tuesday am Wednesday I Police Midge T J Fletcher is qualified to fillout ponsioi vouchers anti attend to othe pension matters Ed White and family have reo cently moved to Pineville where Mr White has a paying position as generalmachinist Henry R Prewitt of Mt Sterling is being prominently mentioned as Democratic nominee for Congress from this district I John W Burgher has moved to Kings Mills Olio where he has a position as machinist for the large powder mill locate there Blackburn t Companys larg store was burned at Rosslyn lust Thursday night entailing a los 4ofabout 8000 with much less insuranceJ Mrs Williams is running n special sale of some valuable ar tides See new advertisemen- in t this issue A good opportuui ty to save some money I Since January 1st remember we can only send the paper for one year after time paid forex pires so renew at once if yoi v dont want the paper to stop Postmaster General Meyer has issued an order that all contractors for mails upon star route shall not transport intoxicathij liquor from one point to anothe while in the performance of mail service J B Eaton has again taken charge of his livery stable GAO W Anderson will move to Mt Sterling and engage in business George is an enterprising citizen and we regret to see him leave Clny Oity J Patrickhassecuredfron 1 Santolsge 11 with natural gas for fifteen years He has leases he will develop fo gas on about 150Q acres the com ing summer A letter announcing the deatl of Elder E W Marcum at hiE home in Oklahoma has beenre sewed by ti friend of the deceased in Clay City The cause ID j his death has not been learned He leaves a wife and twelve liv ing childrenrwv lr y Retiring State Treasurer SHM Bosworth turned over to his Re publican successor 1200000 OJ i and left the State absolutely fret of debt and the new capitol pail for We will want and see loll much these fellows will tun back to the Democrats in 1912 4 t 1i N George W Anderson Jr has bought the blacksmith shop and business of A 0 Tipton tC Co and lots taken possession He+ i- an excellent young man and we wish hittl sucoessT + lulbli ton WilT pIlain nitlthinlDistI Sterlin GazeTtet t sti Miss Carrie Bnrnoft W0 hds been in declining health for some ti ineand w 1Qhnvnjgently grown very much worse was last week taken to Lexington to consult n sspecialist who pronounced her trouble curable though veri much complicated A Higher Health LevelA It have reached a higher heajtl Icvel since I beganusingt r King New Life Tills writes Jncol Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my etomuch liver am bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Swann Day Lbr COP store 25c Please Renew at Once to We this week have stricken 205utunes from our list subscribers who are as good as we wish but the postal authorities positively prohibit papers being sent to subscribers for a longer time after their subscription expire than twelve months All of these 255 persons owe us for over 12 months subscription so we must stop sending them the paper un til they renew This hurts us worse than it does the subscrib i ers but nevertheless we must obey the law We hope these will renew at once We regret that we could give no longer notice of the new postal ruling allowing more time for subscribers to settle up but we were not apprised of the new I law which took effect January 1 1908 until a few days before last weeks issue and we had to pay third class postage on our papers last week so as to get the warn ing to them in one issue only i Bridge Report We last week publifihoda com plete report of the receipts anfl disbursementsipf the Walters Ferry Bridge Committee This report shows a balance of 01 SJ due the writer and which a mount will be asked of the Fis cal Court to allow at its April term By this report it will be observed that the total cost of bridge is 1992 53 This includes bridge approaches right of way and flute on right of way Of this amount the county has only Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court plalntlfTsiGeorge Alford c defendants EquityIand order of solo of the Powell Circuit Court at the November term 1007 thereof in the above cause tho undersigned will on tho 3rd day of February 1C08 nt 1 oclock p m or thereabout be lug Court Day I will proceed to offer for sole nt Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stan ton Ky the property mentioned in I the Judgment to wit Being on the waters of Black Creek and described as follows On the north by the lands of James Barker on the east west and south by tho lands thoras to include four acres more or less of i sufficient thereof to produce 18810 k so ordered to be made The purchaser will bow required to give bond approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replev in bond bearing legal interest train the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re I tained on tho land till all the pur chase money lepaid Bond payable to Commissioner I ROMULUS JACKSON Master C6mr Powell Circuit Courts PI I Relieve Coughs colds hoarseness bron chili asthma and diseases lungspromptly CUrt Us and strengthening virtues exert a beneficial effect the irritate parts speedily removing the cause effecting complete recovery All drugzbts 25 cents i paid 883 while thin citizens in this end have paid in 104 00 If the citizens iu other parts of the county would do as much for the county in building bridges ns we do in this end it would bean easy mutter for the Fiscal Court The Waltersvillo bridge was built by the people in this end of time county and the city of Clay City without any aid whatever from the county It Does the Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clin ton Maine says of Bucklens Ar pica Salve It does the business I have used it for piles and it cured them Used it for chapped hands and it cured them Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind25e at SwunnDny Lbr Cos store Notice to Property Owners All persons owning property in Clay City along where walks are laid are hcjoby notified if out of repair to put same in good passa ble condition at once By order of the City Council rIJ its regular February 1908 meeting A petition largely signed by citizens of Kentucky and other states asking the pardon of Caleb Powers has been presented to Gov Wilson The Republicans of the Eleventh district want Paleb pardoned in time for him to run for Congress next sum mer Rank Foolishness When DUnked by a cough or a cPJ2or when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any other medieine than Dr Kings New Discovery says CO El drWge Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and T know it is the best remedy on earth for 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 remedies Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 500 and 81 00 Trial bottle free H H Page a farmer of Gal loway county after finding a note from night riders pinned to his gate decided to pool his tobacco stud published a notice to that ef fect in his county paper A Cure for Misery III have found a cure for the mis ery malaria poison produces says R M James of OLouellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious at tack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of comi mission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and tho miseryof lame back Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Notice Owing to the bab weather which prevents my seeing those wino OWl me I will at once placeall niy accounts in the hands of the sheriff with instructions to collect soon as possible Mrs B Littlepage h l1 yo I 4 I d I sit t0 Your j a lnterest1 1 To spend your money where it goes the farihes 0 you dont have to go far to find that places t- Y Oiyii store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur mailings Groceries Haidware Hnaness Saddlery f Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken exchange lot goods all kinds of Country Produce ut Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and nil kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place A E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY KY s We are Now Read For the Fall Trade iI With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise I consisting of most everything the Family may need t- I Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities f 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 A What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of v Every Other Department in the Store l willog 2f SwimhBay Lumber Co INCOPOATlD S Clay City Ky t INSURE AVITH 1 r P A LYON 6c SON I 0 Tlio Lottdiu Ins1nuICO Agentrt t- t ol EEaNterii JLCpirtuolcy tt 1+ iOver 200000000 iJ v 4f r Represented t t f i I frH +H +++ w4WH +++ J+++ ++ t + + + ft+ + I t A Kimbrell Born January nth to Mr and Mrs W G Patrick a son George Conner and son John have moved to Luin Iuckctts place near here Logan King of Foyetto county is here visiting his mother Mrs Morris Lurison Dr Combs of College Hill was in this vicinity the first of the week attending the sick Died Friday the 10th of tu berculosis Mrs John Holder Burial on Sunday at Jacksons ChapelH Blanton of Rockville Ind is here this week looking after his interest in his father estateMr and Mrs Augustus Embs visited Mrs Embs brother Dock Tuttle and family on Oallowa s creek last week The storehouse residence an farm at Sams now occupied by J W Elkin was rented publicly last Tuesday to J W Henderson for 140- There are quite a number o sick people in our vicinity now Those still seriously sick are Will Clem Henry Woosley and Nick Puckett who all have pneumonia fever Mr Salem Curtis and Miss Su sie Cottman were united in mar riage last Friday at the residence of the brides uncle S P Puck ett near Iron Mound Squire King officiating Bugle Bill McIntosh last Fri day while attempting to cross Redriver near the mouth upse the boat and came near being drowned but was rescued bother Y parties who were near ut the time John Hawkins who is charged whim killing Horace Reynolds ii Montgomery county about twelve yevs ago and who since that time has been a fugitive from justice was arrested last week by J L Allen at the home of Hawkins father near Iron Mound Ky Hawkins was taken to lIt Sterling and delivered to the officials at that place North Bend Miss Stanley Ewen of Win chester is visiting relatives here Mr Milton Conlee and family visited MrJ II Conlee Sunday Rev Jas Kirkpatrick preach ed to a very attentive audience at Pine Grove Sunday Rex BoweiI a very prominent young business man of Bowen was a business caller here Friday Bruce Ewen has returned to spends ing several days hunting with his cousin Willie Ewen Misses Carrie Arthur and Hen en Welch and Mrs Sudie Scott of this place went to Rosslyn weekdMrs Mary Jane Welch and family and Miss Annie B Welch were very pleasant guests of Mrs Carrie Conlee Monday Mrs Rebecca Reed and dough ter Miss Lucy of Grant county are visiting friends and relatives I hero and ui Sianton this wetik Several young folks from here attended the last lay of Floyd Wills school on Cane Creel last Friday and all report a nice time Miss Madge Welch 1 very successful Powell county teacher began school at Rosslyn last Monday and several from hen are attending tttat spending the holidays with home folks Mr Welch is a very prom icing young man and we predict for him u bright future The first ballot for U S Sen 1ate was taken in the Legislature Tuesday The vote stood GO foot Beckham G4 for Bradley and seven scattering votps It was chim ed by the Becklmm forces thin he would win on the first ballot Our Business Principles m Ve are not in the business alone to make and hoard money but to Jij please and accomodate our Ve keep Postage We keep a City customersIj a information Ve keep a Telephone altenntion 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 regulated and always correct We politely answer all reasonable questions and give the fullest imfor mation possible The hospitality and comforts of our store are generously offered to per sons waiting upon the corner in hot cold or inclement weather- It is a pleasure for us to accommodate our customers in every reason b le way and when we fail to do so kindly let us know CoIl IsrsrsiiirPkw AMBRIDGEThe oaoorrectrein It ot rldtae perfectwmaingba ooonvlncediddingploweverhatorap u J u p treentDadMnhopewithduetcapand 4 nuaixe always under ported oeatfol SUCCESSFULLY OPERATE IY ANYONE Will A DRIVE A TEAM IICDlbrldfiuliir dnorlblnr rte constractk and w kin t w u d f deateptooarandclroalaru weU ay the bosh lYrJte today THE LOVEJOY COMPANY 800 FNMMT IT 6AMRIDIL MV J TT HONOR ROLL i Clay City Graded School January ist 1908 i PRINCIPALS ROOMI Gorge Fletcher IS 18 d Allen Rose 84 3f Lee Rich 8858 Grace Shhiifessel W 1 S Ethel Johnson 92 5li- Tophor Danii1 SO 2 U Ralph AllentiI Henry White 12 GS i Otis McKey lhi Ida Patton Jl2 afi Bonnie Rich S478 j Maud Wurmoitth Crats Johnson 11 fvS Herbert Wuh ron HI 4 I5 Gertrude Littlepagri t3 3IJennie Littlepage UI Edna Earnest 9I 7 Pearl Bryant na Callie Philips 14 Pinkie Hiley 118 115 Grace Philips 14 10 Prof Tracys Room Pearl Philips Gertrude Volltner Emsie Edge Joycio Rich Clara Philips May Bowman Ben Moore llosccu Bowman lioscic ftingo M unie Philips Lillie Hall Annie Cato Emil White Julia Potts Myrtle Moore Sallie Flerther Reese Shimfessel Everett Bush Katie Bellis Callie Hull Sadie Rlnh Mabel White t seems now thatrBeckham can nut win and us there is no hopes for Bradley it is quite probable that a continued deadlock will ensue in the future PROFESSIONAL CARDS- hhIYNNhN1a1NUhNpNNLNI WN NP NhN R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY s OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CON- ElASTER Convex bottomfits all stoves Gr catches the crumbs Qs3 he fifth slice or hea or Toasts i 111 two mlnulesI The wIre con rows the heat of a bed of coals j tale by DealersINiRKIKS it ILIIS MtDificUnrs 1 Ann irfcw Blclijii i Hows YourLiver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remeJy has been the standby in thousands of homes and Is today the favorite liver medicine In the world It acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not Irritate the bowels- It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purities the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body in perfect health Price 25c at all druggists and dealersTest it I THE CHILDREHSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and Si00 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfeet Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortcs Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis 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 Greensboro N C THE MID WINTERTERf Which is therhshterm opens Jan 2 Do you wnut to be a working unit in the livist most umiiitioiu nitliiibiiistiu and prntVt iimiil hud of teachers ever gathered tugsbe- tar study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your utility Huperit eiident now about tin ilpiointniH to free tuition jf you havt riot Itl ready done po and a rite io tit President of thu Eo K S N S Ill i catalog tellinir liini what KLndlt you desire Address It N Unnrk Prp Richmond Ky HIGH POINT BUGGY CO Manufacturers BEST mm pmO D BUGGY BH THE Sl iiTiIl ii 0r0 fl NIIf t yltI 4oJ I II havaatWanoy wrilo us Qlout u WWSDsyao only Address RICH POINT N C t tt The Hag nGas t I or Gasoline Engine I o = I The Best the Sibijilpci the most I nlinlile the inm t Durable iiiudi i Write today for partuuliircr 1e also liiindlt a full lint of I Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings IalldGENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty I THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington Eastern Ey I Effective Nov 18 1906 nnrND No 2 IER Dai lX Sun Nr41nily Stations r in A ill Lv Lexington 1i I3Winchester 310 813 L vE Junction 7 Ifi Clny 1Ly4uo H02 1 Stanton 410 110 4 1 Campion Tune 410 Ut4 Natural Bridge 44x1 Us1- I T 0OIIel1tI Benttyvillcfullc518 i117 0C K Junct 010 i111 ArJnckllon61 i1tf IWEST uocxn No Daily 3 N6 i Datalx5iin Stations 1 i Ani LvTuckson 220 611 4 0 K Junct 2 i5 LliI 4 BcnttyvMeTuncS T07 1 Torrent 341 701 Natural BrldgcHM HO Ontniitun June U57 H 1 Stanton 40 Cltn Oitv 4i 1 IlETlllletionlihj 881 Winchester fl20 013 Ar Lexington 00o 055 CONNECTIONS- L t E Junction Trains Nns 1 and 3 uoiiiico with C 0 for Mt ater lugI Campton Junction All trninK ion nict with the Mountain Central for Campton Trains Nos 3 aild twill mnke con nation at Beattyvilltf tfuiirtlon with L X A lltiilwnv for passengers to and from Bonttyvillo 0 it K Junction Train Nos Sand 4 connect with till O A K Uy for local Htntioni on that line KSLLTHn COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS jWITHDr Kings Now Discovery I FOR cOUCH siterrltl PSICT 1 It AND ALL trinOATANOLUNOTROUBLES r GUARANTEED SATISFACTOIi- r i OB HONEY BEJUHJED 60 Anton Mnrilnt a ketch ant hJtKflptlon lOa au y sent free Olrtwt auwicr oUlinolPnteni I Co recetro notice A nI ln1t II Tirartelmt I MUNN YEARSI ITftADCMARK8I sommulllraUuttlltrlcl wlthoubohnreo- lathScieuhlfic Suidhladneadeleter jCoeOlBraadear II 1lraoch um e II 1141YUIIIKUU t- t K t