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I THE CLAY CITY ti TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the SorronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher I IbtisherIVOL XIII I CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY J 3 i9Ot 1 i A GOODJ 1Y NewYearResokitionGoing begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select Stock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 C SHIMFESSEL r wn ily y w i iwAHCJ MFG Go Jf Winchester Ky We MaQUfacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Send us Your A Live Question The City Hall is one of the live topics in Clay City today All of the council are in favor of the measure but are action along this line waiting to see how their funds are going to hold out and at the same time being aware J that this is an time to commence building Every citizen of Clay City wants the City Hall and most of them are anxious for an immediate action All of the Lodges are willing to assist in the building by the upper floor being given to them as a Lodge room This plan is easily accepted by both the vari ous orders of the city and the city council so the only hitch so far is the financial ability of the city By another month it is be lieved that matters will be better shaped and the council will go ahead with the plans for the much needed new building The building is proposed to be built of concrete blocks on a lawn in the central part of town two stories high the first floor to be used as a court room for the city and a public hall The up per floor to be used by the Lodg es Such building is badly need edhereas there is no place for a public gathering except in one I t We are Headquarters for BuildingPaperFelt Flintoid Roofiing and Etc I estimates Prompt Shipments proposition withholding inopportune of the churches Public sentiment is in favor of the building and generally public sentiment wins Judge del Dead Judge Robt Riddell died at his home in Irvine Tuesday aged 72 years from an injury as a re suit of a fall on his porch about a month ago He leaves a wife and six children all grown Judge Riddell was a distin guished jurist and was at the time of his death Cirtuit Judge in his district He has been a prominent citizen for more than 50 years having been elected county Judge of Estillcounty just 50 years ago He had often practiced law in this county and was considered one of the best criminal lawyers in Eastern Kentucky Will Move to Beaityville The stave and planing mill of SwannDay Lumber Company will bo moved to Beatyville from this place This is given out by officers of the company This plant has in the past given employment for a number of people and we regret to see the compa ny leave us The company has been playing in hard luck for some time A tide came last Spring and the l rTwelve Months Dead line By order of the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed as secondclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and all subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly drop ped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher river overflowed the bottoms of Red river all along and did great damage to crops in the bottoms A number of farmers living a bovo Clay City sued the compa ny for damages done by the tide claiming that a log jam in the companys booms caused the wa ter to remain over the crops and drowned them out In these ca ses the company lost the damages amounting to considerable The company considered these cases in court an act of persecu tion And added to these troubles the freight rate on lumber was largely increased in August Itis quite likely that these two causes have driven the company from the county- SwannDay Lumber Company are nice people and a valuable asset to any business community since they have paid thousands of dollars as tax to the county and city and it is useless to say this tax in the future will be badly missed From what we learn Beatty ville justly considers this com pahy of value jfo her business by giving them a free site for their mill free franchise for their light plantand exempt them from local taxation five years and give them 15000 to move their mill there The company already has at Beattyville a very large saw mill and it is of course natural that the two plants can be oper ated to an advantage by being located together Council Meeting The city council met in regu lar session Friday night with nil members present except council men 0 0 Eaton and T J New kirk The regular routine of business was gone through with A T Whitt was qualified as Treasurer and a net balance of over 1300 was turned over to him The Marshals report showed 20 00 collected on tax He was ordered by a unanimous vote of the council to advertise and make tax out of personal proper ty and real estate where it was possible not leaving a single ex ception He said there was sev oral hundred dollars that could be so collected The question of appropriating 1000 toward the construction of a City Hall was passed for the present All the councilmen were in favor of the City Hall but thought best to see how the funds wore going to hold up be fore making an appropriation- The Marshal was instructed to look after the unsightly garb that has accrued on the lesser used streets and alleys and have abutting property owners to clean it up- Tomorrow isValentines day Renew your subscription today j co i I The Truth About Mud Roads Progress financially educa tionally religiously depends as much on good roads as anvthing else you can talk about Show me a people with mud to their boot tops mud solid between all the spokes in their wagon wheels mud up to the door knob on their school houses and I will show you a people with mud on their parlor floors mud and cob webs in their brain cells mud and mortgages on their little farms mud and meanness tat their little lives mud and misery in their future prospects Macadamize their roads and you set their wagon wheels a foot higher their farms several dol dars higher their lives a mile higher their prospects a gener ation higher An effort is being started to a mend the Kentucky constitution so that the State may lend money to the counties that need it for the purpose of building roads Suchun arrangement would mean more to Rowan county and others in the same condition than anything else the State could dolt would be no loss to the State for the money would by paid back and no loss to the county in any respect for the increase in values that would result in the county would more than double the amount borrowed and pay it back with interest Thus we would have our roads and be richer in money besides the great advance it would mean in almost every line we could mention Submit it to the people by nil means and count on the Mountaineer as an ardent sup porter of the measure More head Mountaineer Begun Paying a Big Debt At a special session of the Es till Fscal Court last week rail road bonds to the amount of 10 GOO held by Talton Embry were taken up by the county by the payment of 4000 cash and notes executed for 15000 with Thos Williams Jno D WJnn A 11 Durbin Dr 0 Mm cum H 11 Garrett Steve Daniel IL C Winburn Dudley Alexander and J F West as sureties Embrys holdings of the ordinal f50000 was used in the couit State and Fedora as a test case whichre sulted at every trial in Im favor The remaining bonds however will be settled on the basis of a compromiseEstilt IIearld The spec registration at both Clay City and Stanton was very light Wednesday Many who had lost their registration certificate expected to re register and was disappointed when they could not Thpy can get new certifi crates from the rvnnity Clerk by paying a fee of 50 cents Notice to Taxpayers At the recent session of the city council the Marshal was in structed to sell and make where ever possible every cent of city tax due the city of Clay City Where there is no property the Marshal was instructed to turn them delinquent when these de linquents will be advertised and publicly sold Further delay on ly means additional cost as beginning next week positively every person who owes the city tax must pay same or have their property advertised and sold for said tax There will be no dis crimination every one will be treated exactly alike mF iD I Sacrifice Sale ff l Beginning onIb 12Hi r pricesI s J Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats I Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho BeltsIwhiteII get choice we mean business passII Mrs W N Bush S The tariff is still a live ques tion in Massachusetts Former Gov Douglas declares that tariff reform is the prime issue for high protection is the parent of of trusts and is responsible for graft and corruption in public and private life That is the Democratic opinion Then comes Gov Guild Republican an trouncing a concerted de mand will be made after the next election for a special ses sion of Congress for the revision of the tariff in the interest of common sense rather than spec ial interests But those who he lieve in in real tariff reform will find that only a Democratic Con gress will supply the boon TAX SALE By virtue of tax warrants in my hands for taxes duo the State of Kentucky and county of Powell I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY the and DAY of flARC 1908 at the Court Stanton Ky sell to the highest bidder Tor Cash to satisfy taxes for the 1007 the property set opposite each persons name or so much thereof as will satisfy said taxes penalty interest ad cost Name Prect No Acres Adjoins Tax Mary E White 1 124 W G Perry 405 F M 1 40 Arnsted Noo 432 Aired H nose 1 110 Thomas Morehcad 9 69 Itonndlreo Bros 1 Personal property saw mill 14 45 1 E Fisher 1 Is 0 0 Curtis 848 Cnrtis lltipiird 1 22 Frank P Curtis 3 07 ranhnin Jas 1 Boundary Grape Knob 4 14 Hedger George 2 B Wm Richardson 4 09 Lane J II 2 CO Sam Brandenburg 3 00 Lamb Wm 2 B Warren Morton 204 Lane J 51 2 69 James Patrick 418 aiortoi J W 2 B James Johnson 4 48 Truvitt Etta 2 1 James Patrick 0 09 arrest Jus S 3 GO 1345 Sninrer 0 C 3 jQ John Powell 6 22 Dackluin J L 4 25 Sid Knox 4 40 Sons Abe 4 B James Sons 4 40 Hampton Joel 4 20 JF Martin 6 31 Wymore Robert 4 25 W J Allen j 61 Tipton Charles 4 1 LotBowen 608 Sullivan r M 4 B J 11 Howcll B 77 Sullivan Martha 4 300 I G Profitt 3 25 Rose W R 4 3 John Aynes 5 44 Knox Ben 4 jQ Sid Knox 009 Johnson R M 4 GO Wm Law 5 02 AUOJIS 31 E 4 86 Sam horns 0 94 Alford George j 4 Sara 50 J B Patton 8 3i Bowles John Sr 5 130 J T Johnson 0 07 Combs R P 5 2 Clay City 3 07 Combs Ceo A t 5 9 Clay City 3 47 Clay City Bull Park 5 1 Lot Ball Park 3 85 Dcrickgou 5 4 Clay City Lots 1200 Flinchin D G 5 7 John demons 3 97 Jameson WII b 1 Clay City Lot 000 31 Coy W GI 5 100 Dan McCoy 5 35 Martin Joseph j 1 Clay City Lot 0 75 Payne Amanda 5 4 Clay City Lots 4 24 Parker Dudley 5 ICS John Bottles 0 07 Slimp Pat j EO John Bowles 4 20 Walters Juno j Ot Peter Todd 12 17 Rncker A Ii 1 Clay City Lot 078 Larrison Dave 6 15 Tom Curtis 7 19 McKnab James 7 K U Land Co 524 Colored Wilkerson James 5 8 Clay Brown 8 23 Burnes Charles j 4 George Alford 5 24 Wilkerson Scott 5 25 John Bowles 8 CO ORear John 5cOO Win Cooper 7 74 Haggard Squire 1 3 Elmer Thacker 5 20 Garrett MaInda 5 8 Alex Fox 4 43 Fox Alex S 2 835 John Jacks 15 86 Howard Davis 1 75 John Hudson 5 04 Blythc lireck 5 20 John Hamilton 7 72 J M KENNON S P C H +H+oHH ot +ioH t This Blink Offers You Complete Safety 1 and Makes Your Money Aid Prosperity SAFETY I I t you are asked to put your money in a bank you have airWhen know and should know just how and why that bank We want you to understand the reasons for the supreme safety of this Bank that White The Clay City National Bank re iis under the National Banking Law and is under the constant I supervision of the United States Government + Q Not less than five sworn reports must be made each year and these ttisatisfactory detailed statement to Uncle Sam for any past date thatf t of the Currency may pick out g This means daily readiness These reports must be published and I Governmenti t t i tiIalBanks its stockholders are liable for 5000000 making alto- N together 10780000which stands not as the total security mind you but as the margin of security protecting its depositors All of this I sum must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny I gThis Bank is restricted by law to conservative business methods gThe funds are protected by modern steel vaults and insured against burglary and sneak thieves g Its officers employees are under bond fthe faithful discharge 11 of their duties g All of these things coupled with conservative management insured i by the careful personal attention constantly given the Banks affairs by supremeI ipvltesif0 H+ + + ++ r rH + + ++ r + ++++t+ + Recipe Mixed Often Some remarkable stories are being told about town and among the country people coming in of this simple homemade mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix by shak lag well in a bottle one halfounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Take us a dose one teaspoonful af ter meals and at bedtime No change need be made in your usual diet but drink plenty of good waterThis mixture writes one authori ty in a leading Philadelphia news paper has a peculiar tonic effect upon the kidneys j cleansing the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tissues forcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the Uric acid and other poisonous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A New York druggist who has had hundreds of calls for these in gredients since the first announce ment in the newspapers last Octo ber stated that tun people who onco try it swear by it especially those who have Urinary and Kid ney trouble and suffer with Rheu matism The druggists in this neighbor hood say they can supply the in gredients which are easily mixed at home There is said to be no better blood cleansing agent or sys tem tonic known and certainly none more harmless or simple to use Kimbrell Mr and Mrs L B McIntosh visited Sam Embs and family last Saturday and Sunday Mr andMrsdw McIntosh of Spout Spring visited Mr tied Mrs W G Patrick last Thursday John W Adams of Log Lick has bought the farm belonging to the McKinney heirs near this place and will move to it soon Married at the residence of the brides parents lust Monday Mr James D Puckett aged 40 to Miss Lizzie Woosloy aged 17 Squire King officiating John Sheplmrd sold his place on lied river to Ab Horn for 50000 and bought of Wm McIntosh his place on Dry ridge for 50000 Mr McIntosh has bought property in Clay City Bench warrants were served and bond was executed by the five agents of the American To baccoCompany at Lexington who were indicted on the charge of violating the anti trust taws STATIC OFOIIioCITYoFTOLEDOLUcAs ss Fra J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing bus iness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid und that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for enoh nnd every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure FIIANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this tith day of December A D 1880 SEALA W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternnlly and uru directly on the blood andmucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Toke Hulls Family Pills for constipation Renew your subscription today j tt 1 IrJ t OUR ANNUAL CutPrice Sale- I 1 BEGINS I 4 NEXT MONDAY p r See this Space for Articles and Prices 2 Mrs J W Williams CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are MmloWlion You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants = = = o great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds IThe Whooping Cough Sold under pos I ul1rl11ltee Your money returned ifit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with out vomitingAlways have a bottle on hand It may save your by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE QLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Self Prtprs FMIay Mil Ask the Man of the Houseto do the washingdo it over the rubboard if thats what you usct or with the wooden washing machine if you have one justlongwithout the best eqUIpmenthow much you need a Syracuse EASY Washerto despatch tho work and save your energy requirementsIdadoparts to soak up and retain Impurities from dirty suds no man or motor re quired to run It easy because it creates water force by the frictionless air pressure process No matter how disappointing other washers may have been try an EASY and try It now at our expense for 30 days Ask tor our free book Pages thesapODCE Bldg Syracuse N Yr1 I t TIE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Feb 18 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES I R B Moore of Harriman Telin was here Friday and Saturday Blanton Shea of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs 0 W Campbell i Wo are glad to report that Mrs 0 W Campbell is improv I jog slowly 1Remember local option election ijI February 20 Special reg istration February 12 M It Charlie Groves and M II Courtney were in Cincinnati this week on business j Mrs A D Campbell of Ir vine spent several days this week with her son Prof 0 W Campbell Win Johnson attended the fu i oral of his son Chas Johnson at Russellville Ala last week The Senatorial race continues a deadlock and is likely to re main so until the close of the term Joe and Willie Shimfessell of visiting rel near Lexington are atives In this city and on Hard wicks creek We have had sonic warm days this week and some rain The thaw out in the roads has made them almost impassable The Southern Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers pub c lished Free when yon pay one 9 year ahead for the Times H 0 Warmouth is moving the Bud Baily house to the extreme Y end of the lot adjoining which belongs to Mr Warmouth 5 Mrs Elizabeth Martin widow of Joe Martin who was killed in this citylast fall by his stepson died at Oannel City last week Everett Mofield returned Tues day from Indianapolis Ind where he had been summoned to the bedside of his sister Miss Mattie Mofield He reports her condition much improved Co Mrs Nick Puckett died at her home near Iron Mound Estill I county last week while her hus band had just begun to get bet ter of a must severe attack of pneumonia J E Niblack has sold his prop erty in this city to Sick Bill Me Intosh of Estill county Mr McIntosh will soon move to this city Mr Niblack moved Mon day to the Mrs Richardson prop erty To all who will pay upall ar rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best furm papers published MATRIMONIAL CURTIS JAMES l Mr Ambrose Curtis of Springfield Colo was married in De Comber 1007 to Miss Goldie James of Pittsburg Pa Mr Ourtis is a son of Win Curtis who moved from Spout I Spring to Colorado sixteen years ago when Ambrose was then a more lad However ho is well remembered by many ofour readers who extend in best wish M es for a happy venture on time matrimonial sea WTSEMANTOED- Miss Nora Todd of this count a daughter of Mrs Nan nirm McKinney was married Wednesday Feb 12 to Mr Henry B Wiseman son of Ab Wiseman of Estill county at time residence of the brides mother near Spout Spring the Rev n A Irvin of this city officiating The contracting parties are of best families of their respective communities and are also lead ing young people March 1st they together with Mrs McKin ney will move to a farm in Clark county recently purchased by them The Times and a host of friends extend congratulations OURTISMANSFIELDMr field Colo and Mrs Sarah Mans field of the western portion of this county were married in the former state Wednesday Jan 20th It is the second venture for both parties Mr Ourtis is a native of this county and moved from Spout Spring to Colorado sixteen vears ago He first married Mrs Ma hala White a sister to 0 W Barnett of this city The bride was first a Miss Martin She went to Missouri few weeks ago to visit relatives which has cul minated in the above marriage Both the parties have numerous relatives hero and are of our very best people TODD MARTIN A happy union took place on Snow Creek this county Wednesday afternoon Feb 12 when Mr Asa Todd and Miss Mattie Martin were united in marriage by the Rev R A Irvin of this city in the presence of but a few rela tives of the parties The groom is one of Powell countys substantial young far mers find is n model gentleman for morals and sobriety The bride is a pleasant young lady of whom Mr Todd may well feel proudof having won The happy young couple will reside on the grooms farm near Spout Spring where it is hoped by their many friends they may spend life in a most enjoyable manner such as is due all good people Conquer That Coudh Dont go arcund with a mortgage on your chest EVery day that you let It remain the tighter its grip becomes The cough becomes moro violent and cxhauitlng the del Irate bronchial passages get Inflamed under the continual backing the lungs become lacerated under the constantly recurring paroxysms With Plsos Cure there Is a soothing and heating effect upon the entire respiratory mu cous membrane It has stood the test for nearly half a century as the one reliable remedy for con sumption celds and all chest affections It goes right to the origin of the trouble removes the cause and aids nature In rc tur n5 healthful con ditions Pisos Cure II absolutely free from obJ- ectionable Ingredient Its perfect safely pleas ant taste and unequalled efficacy make It the Ideal remedy for man woman and child If you have a cough drive It out today Before It- ConquersYou Judge Hargis was killed in Jackson last week by his only son Beech Hargis Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when wo feel good i and we feel that wayonly when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate time action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good when he uses these pills 25c at SwannDny Lumber Cos store A bill has been introduced in the Legislature which provides that any injury arising from a defective pavement shall be alien on the abutting property and shall be paid by the owner of the property This is a good bill and ono we hone to see passed Suffering and Dollars Saved E S Lopper of iMarrilla N Y says lam a carpenter nod have had many severe cuts healed by Bucklers Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing salvo I have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at Swann Day Lbr Gos store Night riders surrounded the grocery store of John Collins at Golden Bond Trigg county coy red the proprietor with pistols mud held him at bay while they smashed a barrel of whiskey nine cases of beer and a quanti ty of wine and liquors in bqttles There were twenty masked men in the band They charged Collins with running a blind tiger Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite here with us It deserves to gives4uiokrelief plaint kidney derangement mal nutrition nervousness weakness mud general debility Its action on the bloodas a thorough purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand ale terative tonic is sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumbtr Cos store SOc How rtistngPays In the year 1004 Eld J A Webb procured an outfit for stamping keyring tags and generally supplied the people of the town Ed Warmouth was Mar shalof Clay City at that time and got one of the tags with his name and address cut on the same He now lives at Terre Haute Ind H C Warmouth lust week received u letter addressed to his brother from Thos S Anderson at Linton Ind stating that ho had found a bunch of keys upon which the name Ed Warmouth Marshal Clay City fyt was cut and that for the postage he would send them in The keys were found in a cur of hay which came froin St Louis and proves that it pays to advertise The Jumping off Place Consumption had me in its raspand I had almost reached the lumping olf place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Dis overoy i and I want to say right now it saved my life Im provement began with the first bottle and after taking one dezen bottles I was a well and happy man a jain says George Moore of jrimesland N C As a remedy for coughsand colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50c arid 8100 at Swann Day Lumber Cos Store Trial bottle free eo I iJl m ii im U1 J Its to Your u Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthes I you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alwuy ready to supply your wants in MrDry Goods Notions Clothing limits Shoes Fur 1nishings Groceries Ilaidware Huaness Saddlery Farming implements and 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 t A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1e 1 1 1 1 1 INSURE WITHi F A LYON S0N+ LCUhhI1 IiiNiiiJinee t1 CI1tN 4of Ewtteru uout1lcc+ Over 200000000- Representedi+ t Everyone who knows anything about insurance know ttheyare leaders in this lino H H + + f+ + HH + +++ ++K++++++++ + + t+ t i SPOUT SPRING Pony Patton moved to the Fox place Kist week Robert B McIntosh bought six hogs and one calf from Mrs George Cooper for 800 00 Mr andMrsl Ed McIntosh visited relatives on Calloways creek from Friday till Monday Mrs Josie Charles died List Thursday and was buried in the Salem grave yard Saturday Besides her husband she leaves two small children 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 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CHAK EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the limn oeratiu party For Jailor We are authorized announce Jots P GAYLOKD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the rifction of the Democratic party Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn anl Garden tVe employ no A gents Catalogue on apt plication H F Hil el meyer Sons LEXINGTON KY I THE W1nchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEisroox Pro Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO I individIual a a HUM l D C Ounlglnn Town Property for Sale Four cottages in the lower por fion of Clay City known as the Page property Will sell them at the rate of 200 6ach or 750 for the down balance in equal payments due three six and nine months In terest at 0 on deferred payments Each house is ono lot 25 x120 feet Write ArS Henry Jackson Ky Order for Local Option Petitions from each and every precinct of Powell County hav ing been filed in this Court by order of record on tho 20th day of December 1007 asking that an election be held in the entire county of Powell on the 2Gth day of 1908 for the pur pose of tinting tho sense of the legal voters in said county upon tho whether or not splritous 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 the tern at which said were filed and it further that eachof said petitions is signed by twen tyrfive per cent or more of the legal voters in each of said precincts according to the vote of the last general election held in said county it is therefore or dered by the court that T 11 Kennon Sheriff of Powell Count ty Kentucky open the pollat each and all of time voting places in Powell County Kentucky on the 20th day of February 1108 for tho purpose of taking the sense of the voters in said county who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the whether orI riot spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold loaned in said Powell County It is further ordered by the Court that the officers of the towns of Stanton and Clay City shall on the 12th day of February 1908 attend at their several places of registra tion and shall register the names of nil persons appearing before them who may be entiled to vote at said election to be held on the 20th day of February 1908 whose names are not already no the register for this year If 7 Business Principles- We are not in the business alone to make and hoard money bat to please and accomodate our customers We keep Postage Stamps for their convenience We keep a City Directory so important to all for their and information We keep a Telephone and its patrons are treated with courtesy and altcnntion 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 correcl We politely answer all reasonable questions and give the fullest information psible 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 ble way and when we fail to do so kindly let us know I elataal RivirslMe Sulky PSovi fouronefourth Election February proposition petitions appearing proposition barteredor registration Our andaccommodation accommodation Winchester Drug Co jI I AMBRIDGthehtghealtypecorrect colentlflo and mechanical It to the perfeo6rldinr J mokJoR Loci of It The demand of thot en has been for a bettor ridlnir plowthe CambrldCe- mania that demand and only needa to be tried to convince the farmor It U the of apneadldworkdeadbfnnoeseioworkedwltblighter MadeInalta oteol vv cta with dart cop f end removable obid boxes IJnsy to manauo always under perfect control SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED DV ANYONE WHO CAM DRIVE A TEAM onll want to know all about the- umbrldgahetoro j oubuy n w plow today for ir t I dntcrlblnir lie construction I 1 anoi arnrwn WIInoi II rftJrgthat will nave IIQmll lie sure and get prloe and clrunlar bofure buy n riding piowwheu you you iDknt jut as wull Write today THE BOVSJOY COMPANY COO FOUNDRY Sf CAMBRIDGE N Y Mnda h- Two Slxos JI I Robert Blackburn Clerk of the Powell Oount Court certify that the ioregoing is u true and correct copy of an order as appears of record Ion the order books of the Powell County Court at its regular January term 1008 ordering an election to be held in the County of Powell on ale 20th day of February HHl8 upoh the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall bsold bartered or loaned in Powell futility Ken tucky Given under my hand as Clerk of the Powell County Court this the 5th day of January 1908- HOBT BLACKBURN Clerk of the Powell County Court Notice Notice is hereby given that the polls in ench and every precinct of Powell County Kentucky will on the 20th day of February 1008 bo opened from 0 oclock a dayforsense of thto legal voters of Pow ell County Kentucky who are qualified to vote for County Ofli cers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bar tered or loaned in Powell Comi ty KentuckyJ KENNON Sheriff of Powell County Ky Notice I Notice is hereby given that the Polls in Clay City and Stanton llegistration attendance on the 12th day of February 1008 to register the appearingbefore to vote in nil election to be held in Powell County on the 20th day of February 1008 upon the proposition whether or not spir vinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bartered or loaned in Powell County Kentucky whose mules regdyear J M KENNON Sheriff of Powell County Ky PROFESSIONAL GAUDS yllaaNa + a1111yM11Y1lAJ1111a11V111 Nq R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTVIRE OASTERi Convex bottom fits all stoves Gila catches the crumbs Ost he ffth slice or hea or Coffee Pot Toasts i In two minutes The wire cone irows the heat of a bed of coalsof j TT Sale by Dealers 4 IIARKINS WILLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan I You LookYellow The trouble is your livers productsbite your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache Stomach ache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of siftS cathartic water or pills but A liver to- nicTheWs BlackDraught This great medicine acts1 gently on the sick liver It purities the blood renews the ppetltt feeds the nerves clears tile brain and cures consti pationIt a true medicine for side liver and klJneys and regulates nit the digestive functions Try It At all dealers In medic es In 2Sc packages THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVESEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 5c53c and SIOO FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stlmulantcovcrinfjand per furnlllhingAntiseptic gans with cvcr Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortca 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 MontY returned If not satisfactory ruEPAREDpNLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C TNEMIDWINTERTERri1Vhch Do you want to be a working u nit in tho livest most luitbitiona inthuaiustic and professional body of teacher ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your County Supcrin lendenf now about an appointment to free tuition if you have nut nl ready Bona BO and write to thin President of the E K S N senr- l catalog telling him what studies you desire Address H N Roark Pres- Rlehuland Ky HIGH POINT BUgJi8JY COS B ST rVlanufaoturoramm CE JJ tyd ta TBE SOUT HI Tteros a roasa why 11 yoJ Eraurt Jg ssOy V1OP J DbDttt 4f hoIPsalo only AddJotG I2ICH c oi6 rJ C y fjA Y a- I Never stjirl n modest KT man to talking about himself unless you Ihave inching to do but listen YEARS- EXPERIENCE I 1UADnnns DESIGNS ICOPVRI3MITS C fnrtlng n etcn and description mny ueerl1I1 our opinion W an quicklynn U Imhnblypatentnh n Coniniiinlfa oulAleu patPIJnlI1I tn ol notlci without Scientific flihtrfcini III hnnd omor Illimtrnlxil Tnrvcnt clr of 1111 MonllUn janruiiu Oerim M n sari four munthatL Bold brail TientilDiiluni I MUNN CO 381Otoadtay NswJQrt Ilrauob Office I2i F 6t 11 The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Heat the Simplest tho most reliable the most Durable notch Write today for particulars Wo also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and I GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty- i THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington EasternRy Effective Nov 18 1906 I EASTBO DNP J O 2- Dai ex Sun t l I Stations P in i lv Lexington 225 I Winchester 810 13- IIt L Extinction 025 Ito Clay Citv400II Stanton 410 10- II 1allyNo Campton Tunic 440 3 II Natural Bridge 445 II Torrent 457 t II enttyvllleJuncr 518 I II 0 K Junct 010 Ar Jackson 015 VE8T BOUND No 3- DailyI 60 No4 IDniox Sun Stations 1 sr A m Lv Jackson 320 010I IIO KTunct 2 25 015 I UeuttyvilleJunca20 117 OJ II Torrent 341 V 730 1 II Natural Bridge tiJ1 4I 1 Campton June fl57 3t II Stanton 426 4 Cluv Oitv 4J5wa L EJunction 607 fi58 Winchester 020 bl2f- ArLexingtun 0o5 I CONNECTION Ict E Junction Trains NoIa- nd 3 coulee with h Ofur MuSter ling Campton Juuctiqn All trains ecjr tIcct with trio Mountain Central for Campton Trains Nos 3 and 4 yill n111ke1eipl neetion itt J3cntti1Il L A ltnil va for passengers to and from BeuUyvUle I 0 R K Junction Trains Nos Sand 4 connect with tho OK Kyfor local stations on that hue 1 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE TbS ByNQ a li WITfiJjrllm B gS I tj W DisfitlerV IIEOR COUCIi4SOLDS 100TI PRICE e I I AND ALL TUnOAYAND LUNGTAGU lliJI GUARANTEED 3ATISPAOTOIt On JONlY RImUNDED t n f 4