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TIlE CLAY CITY TIMES I Iv9rJZ 1 A GOOD NewYear Resolution Going to save all I can and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select Stock good Qualities everything honest dealings i Goods delivered Phone 32 i f C SHIMFESSELt u NEbIAN B MFG Go Winchester Ky MOfufactureIt r or Ceiling 1Blinde Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Rooting Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments A Cut in Prices 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 share of the many big Values I am now am offering Felt Boots reduced from 4 25 to 4 00 300 250 Cloth Overshoes s 2 25 2 10 5 s s s 200 I 75 A A I I 175 ISO Leather LeggJns 225 175 fuvasI I U 75U 50 10 c Outing to 8 13 Mens and Boys Gloves reduced in proportion My loss is your gain Come here and save money M Rose CLAY CITY KY II Twelve Months Dead bine By order of thePostoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas secondclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 I names and all subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher Railroad Depression Last year the cry was shortage of cars this year it is shortage of something to ship The L E has cut off two freight trains and the 0 0 has done the same the L N has also cut off a great deal of useless train service and the same is the case withall roads As a consequence many laborers are out of employ ment It is bad but the world was humming too fast and really we needed something to set us back a few paces Swapping Seed For Votes TheSecretary of Agriculture in his report for 1007 alludes to the expenditure of 50000 for com mon garden seed and the 6400 000 packages sent out by Congress to the people as a burden upon the nation In obedience to this law he purchases and gives away 800000 packages of fiower seeds Demagogues in Congress uuder the pretence of benefitting the farmers send them garden seeds in exchange for their votes Fire at Stanton Monday night the store of Blackburn Ewen at Stanton took fire and shortly the building all goods in the same was burned to the ground The fire spread to Dr Johnsons office and it also was consumed though many articles were saved from the of fice Both buildings belonged to Dr Johnson and were uninsur ed The stock of goods was in sured for only 100000 The fire is supposed to have originated from a defective flue Chas Johnson Killed In Alabama Chas Johnson was cut up by Russell Hutchins Stave Mill at Bussellville Ala Monday and died from his injuries Tuesday Burial in that state Deceased was a son of Mr and Mrs Wm Johnson of this city He married at Russellville and leaves a wife there Charlie was a splendid young man and he has many friends in Clay Oity who learned of his untimely death with great sorrow February is a notable month from the fact that when pay day falls on Saturday there will be five in the shortest month this year it contains ground hog day j is the leap year month j Lincolns birth day is in this month as is Washingtons j St Valentines day comes on the 14th and winds up with Chinese New Year The month is little but fnll of impor tant dates West Bend I N Berry attended court at Winchester last week Thos Roundtree and mother visited friends at City City last MondayMiss Minnie Hudson visited 01 s Miss Blanchio Roundtree last ThursdayMrs Roberts and little son Cecil who were very sick is very mnch improved Mrs I N Berry visited her niece Mrs E B McGlone of Clay City last week Milford Berry of Winchester visited his sister Miss Allie Ber ry several days last week Mrs Coleman Johnston of Stanton visited her mother Mrs S B Everman one day last weekChas Henry and Henry Cay wood of Judy visited at Mr John Evermans one day lust weekG W Haddix and Chas Roundtree of Rosslyn attended the funeral of little Asa More headMr and Mrs Lawrence Hens ley left last week to visit rela tives at Winchester and Rich mond and they will then return to their home in St Joseph Mo Asa the little threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs T G More head who was burned the twen second died on the twentyfourth and was buried on Saturday inI the West Bend cemetery We extendour sympathy to the bereaved parents Resolutions of Respect Whereas it has pleased Al mighty God to take from us our beloved brother G W Herron therefore be it resolved by Red River Lodge No 70 K of P lstThat in thp death of our Brother we have lost one of our most valued members whose life as a just and upright Knight we will ever revere and always strive to emulate ndThat in the death of our brother our community and our Lodge has lost one of the best citizens and one whom we will sadly mistand one whose Knightly virtues we can never forget3rd That while we mourn our brothers death yet we humbly bow to the will of Him who docth all things well knowing that our Brothers spirit has taken its flight to that mansion not made with hands eternal in the heav ensithThat a copy of these res olutions be spread upon the min utes of this Lodge a copy sent to the bereaved family and a copy published in the Clay City Times FrAXK EA15NE3T J W WLLiAMS- R A Juts Ju- Committee Two Tenants Wanted At once to cultivate any amount of corn land desired on shares Two houses Will furnish pasture for stock Call on or address John W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky Strayed or Stolen About three weeks ago I had missing from my place 5 Sliotes 2 old Ewes and 3 yearling Ewes Old ewe had bell on when she left One of the young sheep huda brown spot on its Bide Liberal reward for rturn or information lend ing to theirrecoveryJ Vaughns Mill Ky At the Bens Form on Hard wicks Creek I lm mNttllm RJi WlSWS1 m ImI CJ tItfCl 4 c1 WJB ii Sacrifice Sale I r Beginning oniTHURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store con sisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Belts 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 13 Ii r If r North Bendrr n Willie Ewen visited his uncle Jas H Conleo Saturday night Miss Nancy Welch of Montgomery county is visiting rela tines here PinkneyWelchon business Miss Olemmie Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs Mottle Skidmore at Howards Mill Thomas Welch a wellknown farmer of this place is attending U S Court at Richmond this weekIt Rev James Kirkpatrick the mountain evangelist will lect TAX SALT By virtue of tax warrants in my hands for taxes due tho State of Kentucky and county of Powell I or one of will on MONDAY the 2nd DAY highestbidderpersons name or so much thereof ns will satisfy said taxes penalty interest and cost Name Prect No Acres Adjoins Tax Mary K White 1 124 W G Berry 4 05 F M White 1 40 Arnsted Noe 432 Alfred II lose 1 110 Thomas Morehcad 000 roundtreo Bros I 1 Personal property saw mill 14 45 J K Fisher V 1 IS C 0 Curtis 848 Curtis llupard 1 is Frank P Curtis 510- 7rriMilniin Jas r 1 Boundary Grape Knob 414 Hedyer Georgb 2 B Win Ilieliardson 4 09 Lane J II v 2 SO Sum Brandenburg SCO Lamb Win rUl j B Wnrren Norton 204 Line J M jr 2 09 James Patrick 418 Motion J W a B James Johnson 448 Triivitt Eta 1 2 1 James Patrick 500 iivrtU Jus SI 3 00 1345 Spencer G C 3 50 John Powell 6 22 lHaetburn J Lt 4 25 Sid Knox 440 Suns Ale t 4 B James Sons 4 40 Hampton Joe 4 20 J F Martin 5 31 Wymore Uobert t 4 25 W J Aen 501 Tipton Charles 4 1 Lot Bowen 008 StlUvnn J M 4 B J II Howell 577 SuIlivanMarthaj r 4 300 I G Profitt 325 UosetWll 4 3 John Aynes 544 Kuox Ben 4 60 Sid Knox 000 Johnson U M 4 50 Win Law 502 Atilmtl 31 EA 80 Sam Harris 0 04 Alfod George 5 4 Sara Billie 60 J B Patton 8 34 nml8lohnSlj S 130 J T Johnson 0 07 Conb RI 5 2 Clay City 3 07 Combs Geo A 6 0 Clay City IJ 47 Clay City nuB Park 5 1 Lot hail Park 3 fir Doiiektion t 5 4 Clay City Lots 12 CO Flincliin D G 5 7 John demons 3 07 Jnmeson W H 1 5 1 Clay City Lot 0 00 aicCoy W G 5 100 Dan McCoy 535 Jtarlin Josephj 5 1 Clay 075 Payne 5 4 Clay City Jots 4 24 Yorker Dudleyc 5 100 John Bowles 007 Blimp Pat 5 30 John Bowles 420 AVnlcn Juno 5 01 Peter Todd 1217 Itncker A 5 1 Clay City Lot 078 larrr son 0 15 Tout Curtis 7 19 ilcKnab Tnmcso 7 K U Land Co 5 24 Colored AVilkerson James 5 8 Clay Brown 8 23 Itorncg Charles 5 Ja George Alford 6 24 Wilkerson Scott 5 J25Juhn Bowles r 800 0linr John r 5 60 Win Cooper 7 H Haggard Squire 1 3J6 Elmer Thacker 5 20 Garrett JInlinda 5 8 Alex Fox 4 43 Fox Alex S 2835 John Jacks 15 30 Haggard Davis 1 75 John Hudfon 5 01 Blythe Wreck 5 20 John Hamilton 7 72 J M KENNON S P C M K ++ r This Bank Offers You Complete y- otI 3and Mares Your Money Aid Prosperity SAFETYfIII f safety of this Bank The Clay City National Bank f iEo sworn reports must year reports are always called for an unexpected date in the past The af i ifairs of this bank must always be in such shape that we can make a tsatisfactory detailed statement to Uncle Sam for any past date that ithe Comptroller of the Currency may pick out means daily readiness These must be and i it0 expected times I ia qThis Bank has PAID IN CAPITAL of 5000000 Siirplu of 780000 and under the Federal Banking laws applying to Nation al Banks its stockholders are liable for 5000000 making alto together 10780000 which stands not as the total security mind ii you but as the margin of security protecting its depositors All of this sum must be lost before any depositor can lose a pennyti Q This Bank is restricted by law to conservative g The funds arc protected by modern steel vaults and insured against fburglary and sneak thieves J Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge 3of their duties All of these things coupled with conservative management insured by the careful personal attention constantly given the Banks affairs by janotable able Board of Directors assure our patrons of that supreme which is the prime eslenlialof a good Bank t fRobbers40i f t f V VVW WW 7 ure on temperance at Pine Grove Sunday morning Thos Coulee and Farmer Fris by have been aiding in the con struction of the largo general store of Blackburn d Co at RosslynR Welch of this place de livered an address to a very large arid attentive audience in Louisville last wQpk Subject The Growth of the Mountains Grover Anderson had the mis fortune to run the eye of a nee die into the marrow of the bone of his middle finger last Saturday The needle broke anti it required the skill of Dr Martin to remove it Few Here Know This When an eminent authority an nounced in the Scranton Pa Times that he had found a new way to treat that dread American dis ease RheumatIsm with just common everyday drugs found in any drug store the physicians were slow indeed to attach much imporT tance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today nearly every newspaper in the country even the metropolitan dailies is announcing it and the splendid results achieved It is so simple that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as fol lows Get from any good prescrip thin phuunauy Fluid Extract Olin delion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take in tenspoonfnl doses after each meal and nt bedtime These are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost- RheumntiHm as eyery one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood thou tic acrid and other matter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the Wood decomposes nod forms about the joints and muscles cans ing tho untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in nil forms of bhuldernnd urinary troubles and btekache He also warns people in n loading New York paper against the dicrimi vale use of many patent medicines The Senatorial deadlock continues with the Legislature with little hopes of electing at this session STATK OF OHIOCITV OK TOLEDO P9LUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath firll11ofiness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS fin each nod every case of Catarrh that can nut be cured by the use of Hulls i Catarrh Cure FKANK J CIIKNKY j Sworn to before me and sllh crib ed in my presence this Glh day of- Deeetnbrr1 D 1813G GLEASONSaarnv U1JUC Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in lerDtilyuld arts directly on the bhu dand luueous surfaces of the freeVold hv nil Urugists 7t Tiikc hauls FiimilyiilU forced stiputioi Intn Onr If+ n tI1 l- aSpecial r SaFe On the following Lines before sto ok taking Ladies and Misses Cloaks Ladies and Misses Skirts Trimmed Untdmmed Hats and everything in Millinery goods A few things in Hens and Womens Un derwear We have A Few Mens Suits Left 1Yyur wants in these lines have nol been supplied it will be money in your purl e oiiw6stigate here before buying WI ro lVIrs J W Williams I A CLAY CITY KENTUCKY f f I h The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit rtro l1nlc Vhen V ou Tse Pearl and Bakers Pride Flow I ijJtTakea i I NlTAfTta SBY Jft 1 C1f 11fefuS fL I t Sold by our Leading Merchants 3 The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds 1 Coughs and Whooping Cough Sold under pos m itive Guarantee Your money returned ifit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with9 t T yourcl I FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS I THE GLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Silt Prtjrs FMIiy Ohi t i r Ask the Man of the House uarorjtitIwithout the best equipment how much you peeda Sracu f EASY Wxsher p to despatch the work and save your energy a 1 have a washer and have it now that meets all the wooderijpartatoquired to run It easy because it creates water force by the frictionless atrJ pressure process vmatter how disappointing other washers map have been try anl EASY and try It now at our expense for 30 days Ask for our free book Pages 2122 tell you how to save onehalf the soap PJC II r Gt = r4 r p CHEAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY W Feb 0 1908 LOCAL BREVITIES Dont forget to boost the City Hall Frank B Russell of Louisville was here yesterday on a business mission The taxable property of Wolfe county for the present year is 1508177 00 J P Mauppin visited his son Armour Mauppin at Oamp tonseveral days the past week This rough February weather will make the fruit path a little smoother if nothing turns up later H G Garrett and J 0 Rash of the BrodheadGarrett Company am in the Easton a f business mission 0 0 Eaton who is conduct ing a large stave business in Owsley comity spent a few days at home this week Elder J D Hunter of Can nel City a leading member of the- Ir order was in the city the latter part of the week Dr Smith performed an operation on T J Kirk last week for hemorrhoids Mr Kirk is com pletely relieved and is able to be out again Brolhead Garrett were forced to shut down Tuesday on account of the ice iii the river They will resume soon as the river is r cleared of ice rGD Cook formerly a merchant of this county has taken charge as proprietor of the St Cloud Hotel at Campton the hotel of that town Dr Williams reports the birth of aneleveu pound boy at Char lie Welchs Friday January 531st and n fMiirjitor to Mr and Mrs Wes Hackworth January nth I Mrs 0 W Campbell who has been a sufferer from stain ach trouble for some time was much worse a few days this week but is some better again we are pleased to state The ground hog saw his shad ow and he at once set about to show us he knew his businesss I We may expect according to Mr I round hogs prophecy the six I weeks more winter weather Louie Bradlev went to Sardis Miss last week where he has a jnpat lucrative position with the hgumher company there We regret to see Louie leave us but I lire assured he has not gone to IBtayElder D G Combs the not ed Mountain evangelist will be in Powell county in a few days and will devote allof his tune until after thin election making speeches in the interest of local option r Miss Mabel Newkirk daughter of Squire John W New kirk of Furnace was married Jan 25 to Sun T Scrivner of Millers Creek They are both prominent young people qLEs till county I The now postal ruling Jan 1st rwhicil denies papers tlloright to extead credit to their subscribers is estimated by the Depart ment to have stopped the circulation of no less than 0000000 papers each week The coldest weather of the winter has been with us the past week The thermometer drop ulorningIIce is frozen to about four or live inches thick and a good deal uf it has keen put up To ull who will pay upall ar rearages and one year in advance wo will send the Soothers Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published Every town needs a place to hold public meetings political speakings and all kinds of enter tainments Clay City has never had such place but we are glad to know that the City Hall prop osition is in universal favor by our people State Normal School Those intending to enter the State Normal School at Rich mond Kentucky should drop a postal card a few days before hand to Prof 1 H Boothe President of the State Normal Y 11 0 A he will make satisfac tory arrangements for board for all who write to him The board fag situation is well in hand tuul all students may come expecting to secure reasonable rates for hoard and lodging The city of Richmond will take good care of all who desire to enter the State Normal From Scotland The pulpit of the Methodist church was filled Sunday night by tho Rev A McKenzie Meldrum from Scotland minister of the Christian Church who was a guest of Miss Patsey Bush dur ing the time mentioned above The subject rendered Christ Cleansing a Leper was both en tertaining and instructive Bro Meldrum is a man of very rare intelectual attainments haying about five years ago gradu ated in both the College of the Bible and tho College of the Lib eral Arts He then having an inclination to travel and visit all the historical places mentioned in thin bible began his journey at once and spent two and onehalf years a broad visiting the greater por tions of Eurasia including Pales tine Egypt Australia Germany France Englandand the islands of the sea His plans are all completed so far as traveling and research in the Oriental countries are con cerned The greater portion of his time will now be devoted to Hacking Coughs tear the and expose themto the terrible ravages consumption Dont wait un tit your has become a menace to your health and- life Use Flsof Cure and obtain the prompt relief It has j sufferers from coughs and colds during half a centurys use All druggists 23 cents For Sale One hundred icies of land on the road leuding from Irvine to Spout spring near Kimbrell Postoflice Has on It a box house good garden and well Close to school and church Price 1300 if sold at once For further information call on or address AV G Patrick admr Kimbrell Ky I n giving lectures throughout the United States concerning the bi ble and scenery May God in His infinite wis dom and mercy shower blessings down upon him and other soldiers of the cross that when the lust ray of life shall cease and the spirits immortal shall take their slights from this earth may they be wafted by the arms of love unto the haven of rest where parting shall be no more 0 W Campbell Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are work ing properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so per fectly one cant help feeling good when he uses these pills 25c at SwannDuy Lumber Cos store Southern Agriculturist free one I year to all subscribers paying for the Times one year in advance If you want it ask for it when you pay See notice of Sheriffs sale for taxes on another page of this is sue The sale will take pactat Stanton Monday March 2nd Suffering and Dollars Saved E S Lopper of Murrilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing pnlve I have ever found Hauls burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25o at Swann Day Lbr Oou store Tho Transylvania Printing Co the oldest publishing establish ment in Kentucky has assigned at Lexington Liabilities 50 000000 assets about ten thousand more The prevailing hard times is the cause Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood fav orite here with us It deserves to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver com plaint kidney derangement mat nutrition nervousness weakness and general debility Its action on the bloodas a thorong puriiiu makes it especially useful as u spring medicine This grand al terative tonic is sold under guaran tee at SwannDay Lumhtr COH store 50c- Actions Speak When Words Dont Gov Wilson may not be a whiskv man but he seems to de light to honor those who are Re cflntly he appointed as colonel on his staff Joe McOullock of Ow ensboro who makes the whisky without n headache and in traveling about the country reg isters from Whisky Without a Headacheville Now he ap points Marion E Taylor the Louisville rectifier to a similar position What is that old ad age about Birds of a feather Frankfort Journal The Jumping off Place Consumption hindme in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping off place when I was ad vised 10 try Dr Kings Now Dis coverey i and I want to say right now it saved my life Im provement began with the first bottle and after taking one dezen bot ties I was a well and happy man a gain says George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for prevent ing pneumonia Now Discovery ill supreme 50c and 8100 at Swann Day Lumber Cos Store Trial boli Tee n d 1 M1lJt 1lzimJ1 TJ r W NiJ1i F11 41p Its to Your- Interest To spend your innnoy whore it goes the farthes you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in I Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Huuness Saddlery Funning Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate yourtrade and taken exchange fot 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 l A Ev BARNETT It SON I CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For the Fall Trade With a Carefully 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 will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCOBPOHA1ID Clay City Ky a INSURE VITII+ t F A LYON SO-Nss Loading IIIKMIMUKJO AfrjoiitN 1 ol Eastern JL eiitu ilcv toi Over 200000000 1 Represented Every onewho knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line nUKLfr + + t+ Mass ++++ +++ +++++ t SPOUT SPRING n D Ramsey of Winchester was here Saturday looking after his fanning interests John D Kerr has moved from the D McKinney place to his farm in Powell county near Lug LickAsa Burnett and bride have gone to house keeping on Mr Birnotts faiu hear the village Ed Staten of Silt Lick Bath county was here several days last week looking at the Ramsey farm in view of buying same Mr Staten wits most favorably impressed with the farm and with the entire community also We would be pleased to have Mr Staten move here as he hast Ju appearance of a gentlumm u ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Vc are authorized to announce CU8 KVKV candidate for County Court Cidl subject to the action of the Dcm ocratiuinirty For Jallor- We arc Authorized to announce Joiep CiAYLoni candidate for Jailor t uu jest to the notion ol the Democratic party Fruit andOr= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn niil Jar I den Ve employ no A gents Catalogue on ape plication H F Hil aivmeyer Sons LEXINGTOH KY xnis Winchestei Bank INCORPOtAT11 N H WITHEJ8POOV Prtf Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20ODO We solicit the accounts of individ ualt4 inns and corporations 84 I Dunlilnn Sultry Town Property for Sale Four cottages in the lower pore tiun of lay City known as the Page property Will sell them at the rate of 200 each or 750 for the four onefourth down balance in equal payments dueI six and nine months In Merest at 0 oft deferred pay Each house is on lot 25 HenryIJuchsnn Order for Local Option Election Petitions from each and every precinct of Powell County hav fug peen filed in this Court by order of record on tho 20th day of 1007 asking that tau election be held in the entire daylofi pose legal voters in said county upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Powell County j and this being the first regular term of this court after term at which said petitions were tiled and it further appearing that each of said petitions is signed by twen tylive per cent or more of the legal voters in each of said precincts according to the vote of the lust general election held in said founty it is therefore or tiered the court that J 11- KellnOli Sheriff of Powell Coun ty Kentucky open the poll at each into all of th ntilr places in Iowell County Kentucky on the 20th tinyof February 1008 for the purpose of taking the Reuse of the voters in said countv who urn qualified to vote at ections for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or molt lie quors shall bo sold bartered or loaned in said Powell County It is further ordered by the Court that the registration offi cers of the towns of Stanton and Clay City shall on the 12th day of February 1008 attend at their several places of registra thou and shall register the names of all persons appearing before them who may beentiled to vote tit said election to be held on the 20th day of February 1008 whose names are not already no the register for this year I Our Business Prll1ClpteSIWe are not in the business to money to please and accomodate our customersrWe keep Postage Stamps for their convenience and We keep a City Directory so important to all for their accommodationI and informationIVe keep a Telephone and its patrons are treated with cutesy attention andI We gladly make cha igc when it is possible to do so Our Big Cbck mate conspicuous for the benefit of our customer It is electric regulated and al vays correcl Ve politely answer a reasonable questions and give the fullest imfor j matlon possible T he hospitality and co nforts of our store are generously offered to per sons v ailing upon the tome in hot cold or inclement weather- It is a pleasure for us to accommodate our customers in every reason b le v ay and when we fail to do so kindly let us know o Huss- D C Rivirsiblc Plow December the e is O a Winchester Drug Co II AMBRJDGBI a I o typelTploworthetwentleth = jontrnotea cg correct Cal principles It le the reeuaolconat nt endeavor to produce jJIIalllDIIbeen tor n heater rt rlow meet that demand and only neodi to be tried to convince the fumertllat it Is tho superior of ny 0 ft will aplen oronthehlllnod dead furrow work with lighter draft than any hand plow doing the mime lTorkeae7 onan anu team Slide n two alrea and from th beet mallEiahl Iron end hlgb grad Improved and extra heavy stool wheel with dual cup and removable chilled boxoa manage always under ported control I SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED BY ANYONE WHO CAN i DRIVE A TEAM know all about theYOUlLwanHo prow today for buy tdZr J Kfii 3 Ita conatructlou J Wollaendlftewo OfferbatIIT1011mTHBOO FNHDHY 8T CAMIRIDH NV Mado Two ixt II 1 I Roljert Blhciliiriii Olerlc1 ctf the Powell Ootinty Burt oorlify that the toroi oiiif is It true mid correct copy of an order UH II pears of record on the order honks of the Powell County Court ut its rC lIll1rJllnlltlrV term 1008 ordering siii election to he held in the County of Powell on the 20th day of February lOntf upon the proposition whether or not spiritons vinous or malt li quors shall he sold bartered or loaned in Powell County Ken tuck Given under my hand as Clerk of the Powell County Cotirr this the Gth day of January 1108 ROW BLACKBURN Clerk of the Powell CountyCour- tNotice Notice is hereby piventhat the polls in each and every precinct of Powell County Kentucky will on the 2Cth dayof February 1008 be opened from 0 oclock H in to 4 oclock p m on said day for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of Pow ell County Kentucky who ore qualified to vote for County Ofli cers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell Comi ty KentuckyJ KENNON Sheriff of Powell County KI Notice Notice is hereby given that the Polls in Clay City and Stanton Ky will be open and the Regis ration ofiicers of said cities in attendance on the 12th day of February 1008 to register the unites of all persons appearing before thorn who may be entitled to vote in an election to be held in Powell County on the 2dth day of February 1003 upon the proposition whether or not spir itous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell County Kentucky whose names already beeii registered on the register for this year J M KENNON Sheriff of Powell County Ky rilOFEBSlONAL CARDS J4NIyyJ1JyIJYN YNJIJIJINNIN 1N11 4 h R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY i OUR NEW PATENT FIVE5L1- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE lASTER I Convex bottom fits all stoves Or w latches the crumbs Orsr he fifth slice or hea or Coffee Pot Toasts i In two minutes The wire cone krows the teat of a bed of coals j Sale by Dealers J I HARKINS b 1LLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan i A Happy Home To have a happy home you should have childrtn They are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort toyourselfby taking NINE OF CARGUI A Tonic for Women It will ease all your pain reduce liflamraatlon cure leucorrhca whites falling womb ovarian trouble menses back ache headache etc and make childbirth nttural and easy Try It At all dealers In medicines In 100 bottles DUE TO CARDUI is my baby glrlnlII two weeks old writes MrsJ Priest of Webster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not le without It In the house THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25s 5Cc and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulant and per furnishingAntiseptic pans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia six hours Also for Asthma lironchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight In gold Criminal to to without H Sold by druggists Money returned- If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C THEMIDVVINTERTERH Which Is the rush term opens Jan ai Do you want to he a working u nit in the llvest most ambitious entliiitiiiistiu and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- If so see your County Superin tendent now about tin apt ointment to true tuition if you JISIVH out al ready done so and writs to tin President of the E K S N Si for a catalog telling him what Btudtrt you desire Address H N Ronrk Pre- Ulcllllllllldy man PoinT rN7y CO ranufaoturcrs BEST L1 p mED t 1J51atla JHI S4Ui iit Thsroo Q reason why ld you fiavrrspw cy wncta us about U Wjjcfcsale only Address HIGH Pu9NT N C J S R Public Sale Pursuant to HII nunViI order of nit in tin Powell Quarterly Cinit etwfcn e S Mrtnt niid others nd CiM Noble I will on HIDAYIJANUARY 81 ifcOS t the hfIII Ill ntthe fnrkpnf the uHal- it south tide of Stnntnii KyV rll i the highest nut In 1 bidder xt- IlTHLN1 AUCTION n Hof Dry Miodn Nntioip ftrncerieH tin rtl wnrc Tiihlcwnro tte All sales of to 00 and under will He for CASH Siile 3 oversold snit will he on credit nf till tlnrsHid rhi piinhnserpi will be required nJlf t approved ecnritv with iniei est from fJlltlof sale rHrni I f smile must lie complied with Infore goads are moved J 11 KENNON ShnriT The Hagan Gas or Gasoline EngineI The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle H full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand I I GENERAL SUPPLIES i Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN l Gas Engine Mfg COt IWINCHESTER KY I l Lexington Eastern Ry 1906II No4IStations P in A M Lv Lexington 225 735 Winchester 810 813 L ocE Junction 325 82 Clay City 400 092- II Stratton 410 010 Campion Tune 441 0 3 IiII Natural Bridge 445 042 Torrent 457 956- II BenttyvnieTunc5l8 1017- III 0 K Junct 010 1115 Ar Jackson 615 1120 I WESTBOUND JNO 3- Daily I IDStations P t A InF I LvJackBon20 610 III 0 K JUliet 2 25 6 15 i BenttyvilleJunct2Q 7 OA II Torrent 8 417ao 1 Natural Bridge nlH 4 II Ournpton June 857 t ivII Stanton 420 H Olav City 485 Xii LE Junction 007 F08 I Winchester 520 012 Ar Lexington 005 065 CONNECTIONSa L t E Junction Trains Nos 4 mid y comes with C 0 fur Mt liter ling Campton Junction All trains con nect the Mountain Central for Ciuniton I Trains Nos Bunl14 will mnko irsection at Bcattyvillo Junction with J A ltnilwny for passengers to ant from Bcnttyvillo 0 K Junction r Trains Nos 3 anil 4 connect with the 0 K Ky for lounl stations on thafrllno r CCUCII AND CURIO THE LUNGS wiTHD Kings New Dissswer I FOR c UCHS LDS Trial PBICEI 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNATDOUBL- G3GUAA ED 8ATISFAOTpL OBKONEY NEFUNDED M J 1 c aw I y r1