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J NIW fc K ui51 a1 M 4Ki L THE cLAI CITY TIMESt 50 Cents a Year in AdiancJ We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I IVOL XIII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 J908 NO 8 rovwA l NewYear Resolution Going to save all Ican n and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select Stock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 I C SHIMFESSEL I REb CMPGtyoz Winchester Ky We MdQufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts us Yourttieestimates ISend Shipments Sound Advice The Grayeon Tribune delivers some sound advice to its readers and this advice is as applicable to Clay City as to Grayson Stand by your own town It is the only way to get anything it is the only way to have any thing it is the only way to make the town prosperous and useful Unitedaction is the only way to accomplish your ends The pow er of twenty elephants pulling in opposite directions is nothing pulling in one direction is irre t sistible A handful of drilled men will put a mob of hundreds to flight It is their united concerted action which gives them the power The mob individual ly may be as brave and more powerful andthe devil take the hindmost he usually gets them all Work for what you see is the best interests of the town on any and every occasion no mat ter whether it shall seem to be to your credit or not In the end you will reap a reward a hun dred fold and will also have the confidence and respect of your fellow citizens which is worth more to you than money and which no money can buy One publicspirited citizen is value ble to town a united city of them is irresistible i they can get l t We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc everything they want and the community will he prosperous in the face of all adversity Valuable Lecture A Mackenzie Meldrum will deliver a lecture at the Christian Church Friday night the 21st Mr Meldrum has been around I the world and in every interesting country on the glote He carried with him his camera and secured views of all interesting places objects and occu ranees and will illustrate his lecture with these views He is full of information and will deliver it freely It is well worth the price 25o and 15c The Rev B V Trimble will deliver a temper ance speach just before the lecSt = ure which of course will be free Everybody invited to attend these lectures The Republicans of Kentucky will hold their State convention at Louisville May 0 to select four delegates from the State at large to attend the National conven tion at Chicago June 16 The delegates to said State conven tion will bo selected by county mass conventions at the county seats April 25 One delegate for each 100 votes which ontitles Powell county to six delegates to State convention i 0 r V Twelve Months Dead Line By order of the Postoffice 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 names and allsubscribers 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 To Organize Booster Clubs Rush 0 Watkins chairman of the State organizations commit tee of the Commercial Club is vigorously pushing a plan to make Kentucky the banner State us fur as commercial organizations similar to the one in Lou isville is concerned The project means the establishment of a Commercial Olub in every secon dary city in the State which so far has no organization to look after its welfare and boom its in terestsAlready Kentuckys commercial organizations rank high both as regards number and impor tance If the plan which Mr Watkins is back of comes to a successfulculmination there will hardly be a town of any Impor tance in the State which is with out a organization of some kind Towns without com mercial organizations are Paris Dayton Bellevue Franklin RuBsqllville Fulton Pineville Stanford Williamsburg Latonia nlrd ell Olir ton Carlisle Campbellsvillo Providence Columbus Vanceburg London Re dash Falmouth Elkton Mt Washington Midway Spring field Owingsville We hope to see Mr Watkins come to Clay City in making his roundSand see if he cant wake up our sleepyeyed Commercial Olub which was organized three years ago Now is a good time for such club to work there is but little else to do President Fromans Address President Froman of the Ken tucky State Farmers Institute now in session at Frankfort in his opening address said the State Farmers Institute had been a success and had done much to ad vance the work of agriculture meant the success and prosperity of the people He said the farms have become depleted by cultiva tion until it is now necessary to have scientific farming so as to got the best results Careful at tention to detail he said was one of the most important things on a farm and upon good order depended success To sell at a price above the cost of production is the key to success for the farmer said Mr Froman The manufacturer has this right and the farmer has the same right and tQ control the market production must be controlled A surplus is a loss and it is better not to produce than to sell at a loss The great mistake the farmer makes is to putout immense acreage of any crop which is selling at a high price The best way to fix this price is to produce to meet the demand and by organizing branches of the American Socie ty of Equity The farmer should keep a set of books just like any other business man He can tell I then what the price will have to be to give him a profit Mr Froman urged that all farmers should organize He said the farmers must be loyal to each other and forego temporary self gain in order to further the com mon good They wanted some plan by which the farmer can control the price of the farm products calling attention to the enormous value of farm products He showed that the wealth of the country is based on the farm product but that the wealthy people are not the farmers and the farmers do not live in the comfortable homes that they should The immense sums spent in Europe each year by the rich people pf this country was shown by Mr Froman and he said this meant that the farmers have a great problem to solve He said it must be done according to law and by lawful methods He urg ed that organization would give the farmer power to curb the trusts and regulate the corpora tions so as to help the interests of the people Mr and Mrs John Burgher of Kings Mills Ohio are with relatives in the city The large manufacturing plant in which Mr Burgher was employed has closed down Mr and Mrs John H Hard wick of Stanton are the proud parents of a new son born Feb 18 1008 Renew your subsciption today Bridges to be Finished The steel has arrived for both the bridge at Stanton and Bowen and Mr Rankin is on the ground to have the work put up The foundations for the bridges were finished last fallso there is now nothing to do but to go on with the main construction When these bridges are completed there will be five important crossings on Red river in Powell county spanned by monorn steelIsteel bridges In the 10000 damage suit a gainst Berea College by Thomas Baker aged nineteen years on an alleged charge of malicious prosecution Baker was in court today given judgment for 500 at Richmond Judd Riddells Successor J P Adams Commonwealths Attorney in the 23rd judicial district has been appointed Cir cuit Judge to succeed the late Judge Rupert Riddell Kelly Kash of Jackson has been appointed Commonwealths Attorney to succeed Adams J Wise Hagins County Attorney of Breathitt and publisher the Breuthitt County News was a strong applicant for the Judge ship 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 do linquents will be advertised and publicly sold Further delay on 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 54T ml1Mt NI ltf txSacrifice Sale I Beginning on THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice pricesFt every article in our store con sisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hats fI n Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Belts w Combs other Igoodsget choice we mean business l Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINSI Mrs W i I Despondency caused By con tinned lack of employment caused the suicide of B K Smith at Shelbyville Mrs E L Ford and Misses Stella and Nell Ford of Detroit Mich have given 10000 00 to establish a manual training de partment at the hazel Green I Academymnintained by the Christian Ohurch The first bill passed by the Leg islature and enacted into law pro for a stenographer for the Governor at a salary of 1200 Lets see what did Willson say last fall abont the creation ofi new offices at the States ex pense TAX SALEBy 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 2nd DAY of 1908 at the Court Stanton Ky sell to the highest bidder for Chit to satisfy tuxes for the year 1107 the property set opposite persons name or so much thereof as will satisfy said taxes penalty interest and cost Name Prcct No Acres Adjoins Tax t Mary E White 1 124 W G Berry 405 F M White 1 OArnstel Noo 482 Alfred H Itose l 1t0 Thomas Morehcad 060 Itoundtree liros 1 Personal propcrty sax mill 14 45 1 E Fisher 1 18 O 0 Curtis 8 48 Curtis Kupml 1 22 Frank P Curtis 367 s ranlinni Jas 1 Boundary Grape Knob 4 14 Hedger George 2 B Win Richardson 400 Lane J II 2 80 Sam Brandenburg 8 66 Lamb Win 2 73 Warren Morton 204 Lime J M 2 f 69 James Patrick 418 TUoru i7 W 2 B James Johnson 4 48 Truvjtt Etta 1 James Patrick 5 09 Garrett Jnsi S 300 1345 Spencer O 0 3 50 John Powell 0 22 Blackburn J L4 25 Sid Knox 4 40 Sons AbeI 4 B JamotsSons 4 40 i 4 20 T F Martin 531 Wymore Robert 4 25 W J Allen 5 01 Tipton Oharle 4 1 1 lit Bowen 608 Sullivan 111 4 B J II Howell 5 77 Sullivan Martha 1 4 300 L Gi Profitt 8 25 Itose Wll 4 3 John Aynes 544 Knox Ben 4 60 Sid Knox 000 Johnson U M A ro Wm Law 5E Adums 31 E4 80 Sam Harris OW Alford George 5 4 Sara Bllllo ro1 B Patton 8 34 Bowles John Sr 5 130 J T Johnson 007 Combs R P 5 2 Clay City 307 Combs Geo A S 0 Olay City 3 47 Clay City Bull Park 5t 1 Lot Ball Park 3 85 Dericktfon 5 4 Clay City Lots 12 GO Flinchin D G 5 7 John demons 8 07 Jameson W II 5 1 Clay City Lot OGO McCoy W G 5 100 Dan McCoy 535 Martin Joseph 5 1 Clay City Lot 075 Payne Amanda 5 4 f Clay City Lots 4 24 Parker Dudley 5 100 John Bowles 0 07 Slimp Pat 5 30 John Bowles 4 20 Walters Juno 5 01 Peter Todd 1217 Uneker A 5 1 Clay City Lot 078 Lnrrtaon Dave O 15 Tom Curtis 7 10 McKnab James j K U Land Co 524 Colored I Wilkcrson James 5l 8 Clay Drown 8 23 Barnes Charles tff va George Alford G 24 Wilkerson Scott 5 25 John Bowles 800 Ollear John 5 50 Wm Cooper 771 Haggard Squire 1 3Eisner Thacker 6 20 Garrett 5 8 Alex Fox 4 43 Fox Alex S 2 335 John Jacks 15 30 Howard Davis 1 75 John Hudson 5 64 Blythe Brcck 5 20 John Hamilton 7 72 J M KENNON S P C + H + ++++ r + rr + + Hr + ++ r + fTllis Bank Offers You Complete Safety Iand Makes Your Money Aid Prosperity t SAFETY+ + 4 4 4 0 fwhen you are asked to put your money in a bank you have atright to know and should know just how and why that bank is safe We want you to understand the reasons for the supremcf I Esafety of this Bank vides The Clay City National Bank t Iis under the National Banking Law and is under the con stant supervision of the United States t Ii Not less than five sworn reports GovernmentI+ reports are always called for an t fairs of this bank must always be in such shape that we can make a I satisfactory etailedstatement to Uncle Sam for any past date t the Comptroller of the Currency may pickout t This means daily readiness These reports must be published thatItmust be verified by the expert Bank Examiner whom the tsends here to examine this Bank twice each at Ior + al Banks its stockholders are liable for 5000000 making altoS i together 10780000 which stands not as the total security mind + you but as the margin ofsecurity protecting its depositors All of this tsum must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny t Q This Bank is restricted by law to conservative business methods 4 I The funds are protected by modem steel vaults and insured against l I burglary and sneak thieves i Cj Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge of their 1l fj Allof dutiesItr by the 3safety which is the prime essential of a good Bank i+ t- t The Man Who Hides His Money Invites f i Robbers and often Loses His CasJoJ + ++++++++4 ++4 ++ ++e ++++++++ f3++ At ++F3 iif r 1- t Easy to Mix This What will appervvery Interesting to many people here i the ar ticle taken from a dew York daily papcrgh1ingasimplo prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that lid has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bind der derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Bright disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce CompoundKargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake wbll in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime A wellknown druggist hero at home when asked regarding this prescription xStated that the ingre clients are all harmless and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do 8 He further stated that while this prescription is often pre scribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splen did remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing thesemost im portant organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste mutter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial Renew your subscription today Kimbrell Nelson Witt was at Irvine lust TuesdayWilliam Crow has moved tor B H Allens house W Regular preaching day at Kim broils Ohapel next Sunday Mrs Norris Lnrisou who has been sick is improving slowly John Sains of Whitehall Mad ison county is here visitingThos Clem and family John Shepherd bought of J B Wiseman a pair of twoyearold horses for 180 00 Owing to the inclemency of the weather there were no servi ces at Jacksons Chapel last Sun clay Jesse Wilson of Fox bought a cow of Johnson Harris for 80 00 and n heifer weight 710 pounds for 8i cents per pound I Mrs 0 11 Wood returned lust Saturday from Lexington where she visited her daughter Mrs Lena Smothers who hus been i very sick STATIC op OmOCIT OF TOLEDO ssLucAsFra J Cheney ma sol1th that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney d Co doing business in the City of Toledo i County and State aforesaid and jhut said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for epch nnd every case of Cutarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure I notKJ CHENEY Sworn to before meand subscribed in my presence this Cth day of December A D 1880 GI4Er1SONSEAL Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternnlfy and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the syHteui Send for testimonial free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 7fic Tiiko Hulls Family Pills for constipation Renew your subsciptlontodny v d pp 1 I t t 1 1tIW ANNUAL l f d or I t CutPrice Sale i I 9 i FOR 30 DAYS 5 00 and JCUO Cloaks Long and Short in this Sal at 350 7 50 16 800 Cloaks II 475 1012 and 14 Dollar Cloaks Long and Short I cc II r 850 Winter Weight Dress Goods 8125 I3road Cloths Serges Pnnnmas and Sicilians Jlocsts l 100 Panamas and Sicilians and Serge 89 2 0 75 Plains and Checks 00b GO Sicilians all colors 50 V t UNDERWEAR L 100 Uuion Suits Sects if 60 J u 45 GO Vests 110 f 3II 25 This Sale will run 30 Days These Prices are Strictly for CASHt Goods bought in this Sale can not be Returned Mrs J W Williams CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 7 J The Whitest White Cake The LtLeUt Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Ia le When You Uwo Pearl and Bakers Pride Houji r Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 1 The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Coughsand Whooping Cough Sold tinder a pos itiveguarautee Your moneyreturnedifit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with yourchildsFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSTTHE ILESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Silt Props FMIay OMt IJfJ Ask the Man of the House r to do the washingdo it over the rubboard if thats what you us i or with the cumbersome wooden washing machine if you have one justJong without the best equipmenthow much you need a Syracuse EASY Washerto despatch the work and save your energy requlrcmentsPtMlide parts 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 innd2122 tell how to save onehalf the soapx1 DODGE ZUILL 24 Dlllaye Bldg Syraouse N YH s r I4 j I i I f r 0 f THE TIMES r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I j THURSDAY Fob 20 1008 J LOCAL BREVITIES What hue become of the full dinner paill Judge Fletcher has been con fined to his room the Past week e ti with the grip Mrs 0 W Campbell who has been so sick for some time is L now imprdving very nicely John W Mize of Vaughns Mill visited his brother W O frr Mize at Cob Hill a few days last week Y j Mr and MrsJ E Niblnck j are rejoicing over the arrivalof a little girl horn Tuesday Feb 18 1008 C tt R A Smothers of Millers Creek and J R Witt of Ir- s vine were here n short while on business Tuesday 1 Mrs Williams is now running I her great annual Out price sale f for 80 days See announcement in her regular space this week N and go investigate for yourself T Twill pay you v Mr and Mrs J C Allen of Dodge City Kns arrived here yesterday evening and are now 4 at the latters parents jfr and Mrs 0 W Barnett at Vaughns Mill Instead of the work seeking them laborers are now seeking work and the price is from one third to onehalf off from last year Prosperous times you know Elder If G Combs who was billed to make a series of temperance speeches here and at Stanton is at his home sick and unable to keep his appoint ments I Fletcher Barnett will move to Ilardwicks Creek March 1st and farm this year The store here will be under the management of J 0 Allen now of Dodge City Kansas a brotherinlaw to Mr BarnettTo 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 Nine members of the Kentucky Legislature are former pupils of Prof Wilbur R Smiths Business College Lexington JCy They pursued either Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Teleg raphy eta Prof Smiths stu dents are successful 4 The State Farmers Institute is being held in Frankfort on the 18 JO and 20 of this month It promises to be a verv interest ing and instructive session and j a good delegation is present from different parts of the State The Clay City Spoke Company started up Monday after being cjosed down since the first of the 1 year They have had to put in a pump since the company cut off the water service and consequent ly have been delayed several days rReilew 1r ubsri1 tiQn nt 1mcQ or this paper will stop No more long subscrlptionnccountsr h1 0 4 J 1 I Mt Acting on the resolution of the Farmers Club the Fiscal Court appropriated 10000 for Hardin county roads This is the largest sum ever donated in that county for such purpose Mrs Andrew Baber and three yearold daughter were burned to deathat Winchester Saturday Mrs Baber was sitting before an open fire and her clothing ignite ed The little child ran to its mother trod was enveloped in the lames Virgil McKnight Representa tive from Mason county died in Frankfort Sunday night He was one of the seven Democrats voting against Beckhftm for U S Senator Tire Legislature ad journed until Thursday in respect for the dead member Our space has been crowded with advertising so the past few weeks that we havo not had enough room to do justice to our local and correspondence col umns We will make up for this deficiency in the future if we have even to make our paper much larger The Georgetown Times very wisely says Our creamery is not running regularly on account of scarcity of milk What we need is more cows more sheep a better quality of live stock more grass and grain and fewer tobacco barns with better shelter for mr live stock A Popular Paper Several of our suhsorrhers have taken advantage of our premium offer paid up all arrears and for one year in advance and secured tlie Southern Agricultu rist one year free We offered this paper as a premium two years ago and every one who got the paper spoke of it in the high est terms Its free to all who pay what they owe to this paper and one year ahead Ask for it if you want it Judge Young Dont Like Big Damages At Mt Sterling the verdict of 10000 given Mrs Blanche Bra shear in that county against the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad was set aside by Circuit Judge Young and a new trial was granted Mrs Brashear has secured two verdicts for the killingof her husband by defendant company but both have been set a side by the Circuit Judge The The first verdict was for 0500 and was set aside by Judge Young on the grounds the ver diet was too large amount Local Option diction The local option election will be passed before another issue of the Times But little has been said towhat might be expected The campaign has been very quiet The wet people are con fi lent while the temperance peo pIe are also confident but tons it seems that it is pretty much nil one wayfor local opiion still over confidence has lost many victory Lot every voter do their duty and the victory is gained Wednesday February 20 is the day to settle it Save the Lun s from the dreadful ravages of consumption curing the bad cough or cold be fore It is too late Pisos Cure speedily stops coughs and relieves throat and Absolutelyfrharmful ingredients and agreeable to the tastes All druggists 23 coat Attorney 0 E Spencer of Winchester is in the city on le legal business Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that wayonly 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 SwannDny Lumber Cos store Representative Madden of Ill inois has introduced a bill in Congress appropriating 100000 to aid in the projected improve ment of the Loncoln farm in La rue county Suffering and Dollars Saved E S Lopper of Mnrrijla N Y says lam n 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 salve I Have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25o at SwannDay Lbr Oos store INight riders are operating in county and several nonassociation men visited In Lyon county they horsewhipped i five white men and six negroesi ff among them being the Police Judge of Eddyville Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harborv Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood fav orite here with us It deserves to bea favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver com plaint kidney derangement mal nutrition nervousness weakness and general debility Its action on the bloodae a thorongh purifier makes I it especially useful as a springmedicine This grand al terative tonic is sold under guaran tee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction always West Bend William Hudson visited in Winchester last week J L Nash was here no busi ness one day last week D H Berry went to Winches ter Saturday on business D H Berry was the guest of G W Berry last Sunday J M Everman was in Clav City last week on bnsinCssI Miss Bettie Ware of Marsh field Ind is visiting relatives hereT G Morehead and family spent the day at I N Berrys SaturdayT Morehead Jas Roberts Letcher Dalton Herman Ever man Chas Young and Jeff Ev erman attended court at Stanton Monday I The Jumping off Place Consumption hud me in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumpingoff place when I was ad vised to try Dr Kings Now Dis coverey j and 1 want to say right now it saved my life Im provement began with the first bot tie and after taking one dezen bot ties I was a Well and happy man a gain says George Moore of Grimesland N 0 As a remedy for coughs and Colds and healer of weak sue lungs and for preventing pneumonia Now Discovery is supreme 50c and 100 M Swann Day Lumber Cos Store Trial bottle freeS r r 1 irl tw 1 Its to YourS t Interest To spend your moneywhere it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants fn Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements andetc 4 Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may havo a to sell Dont forget the place A E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY KY r We are Now ReadyI I I For the Fall Trade IS 1 With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise 1 consisting of most everything the Family may need 1 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 i lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children I and shoes for every body at prices to suit you I What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store 1You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will 1take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you 1SwannDay Lumber Co INCORFOIUtC- 1 Clay City Ky INSURE WITH I F A LYON SON+ The Unending IHMIIIUIIC Agents + of Eastern Jieutuolty 1 Over 200000000 1 Represented V t Everyone whoknows anything about insurance know t thor are leadorain this line + I +M b + A3+ + i + t ++++ ++++t+ + + 1d + 14 11- r t How They Stand The AntiSaloon League de manded of ExGov Beckham to inform them how ho stood on the County Unit bill now before the Legislature To this he re plied If I understood that you gentlemen were questioning my sincerity I would refuse to discuss the matter with you 1 am now and always will be as I have been in the past in favor of temperance legislation and that for two reasons First Because in my judo ment and asthe result of my of ficial experience 90 per cent of the crime of the State is due to liquorSecondBecause of the per nicious activity of the liquor in terests in politics So great is my interest in the passage of the ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk We are authorizcdto announce CHAR tCourtClerkocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn ant Gar den We employ no A k ts Catalogue on application H F Hi1ei meyer Sons LEXINGTON KY in THE t Winchestei Bank INCORPORATE- DN H WITIIKKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030- i We solicit the accounts of uitlivid uals firms and corporations 84 HUM Dunlglnn Plow County Unit Bill that I am per fectly willing to drop out of the race for the United States Sen ate if the Republicans will agree to pass the County Unit Bill and submit to a vote of time people next fall a prohibitory constitu tional amendment making the State a unit- ExGovernor Bradley was ask ed the same question and he said he and the majority of the Re publican members were in favor of the County Unit Bill How ever he so prevaricated in his answer that it might be constru ed that they would not vote for the measure unless ho was elect ed Senator and all the contest ing Republicans seated in the Legislature James W Parrish the largest tobaccp grower in Central Kentucky and one of the wealthiest citizens of Wooford county who was sued by the Burley Society for damages for the sale of an alleged crop has advertised for public sale his farm of 000 acres upon which has just been completed nooooOO residence Two Tenants Wanted At once to cultivate any nmount of corn land desired on shares Two houses Will furnish pasture for stock Call on or address John W Mine Vaughns Mill Ky Order for Local Option Election 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 20th day ofFebruary 1908 for the pur of taking the sense of the Eose 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 and this being the first regular term of this court after the term at which said petitions were filed and it further Appearing that each of said by twen tyfive per cent or more of the I legal voters in each of said pre Our Business Principles We are not in the business alone to make and hoard money but to please and accomodate our customers We keep Postage Stamps for their convenience andaccommodation We keep a City Directory so important to ell for their accommodation and information We keep a Telephone and its patrons are treated withcourtesy and attention 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 comer 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 InC O llsvsrsibls Sulky Winchester Drug Co II lAMB2ID6B1 The Cambridge Reversible Bulky Plow I tbblbetype or the twentieth oentarroonitrooted on therenlCplowkinI DeeD for a better riding plowthe Cambridge meet that demand only need to to conrlnco the theplow iafotr produced It will ioaploa 4 thehissidewallleavetheiow t ao any hand low doing the MeaeID t pandmanage always under perfect oolltrol SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED ST ANYONE WHO CAN v DRIVE A TEAM tbeCetnbrhreplow tod tor apeolal aire orbIt It construction J flQtIann7our town we want to make you a Specla irloa Otte- e tha t will save you Qme money esure an get prie all omlghi jtui wellDnygytLs eiit II0W wben r01l buy lOll THE LOVEJOY COMPANY NO fOIHIIY T IAMMIHI MT rail I- ITra eels cincts according to the vote of the last general election held in said county it is therefore or dered by the court that J M Kennon Sheriftof Iiwell County Kentucky open the pollat each and all of the voting plac es in Powell Comity Kentucky on the 20th day of February 1908 for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters in said county who are qualified to vote at elections for officers upon the propositionwhether or not spiritous vinous or malt lie quors shall be sold bartered loaned in said Powell County orI Tt 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 1908 attend at their several places of registra tion and shall register the names of all persons appearing before them who may be entiled to vote at said election to be held on the 20th day of February 1008 whose names are not already no the register for this year I Robert Blackburn Clerk of the Powell County Court certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of an order as pears of record on the upI books of the Powell Court at its regular January term 1008 ordering an election to be I held in the County of Powellon the 20th day of February 1008 upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold barteredor loaned in Powell County Ken tucky Given under my hand as Clerk of the Powell County Court this the Oth day of January 1008 ROBT BLACKBURN Clerk of the Powell County Court Notice Notice is hereby given that the polls in each and every precinct of Powell County Kentucky FebruarylQ08 dayforsense of the legal voters of Pow ell Kentucky who are qualified to vote for County omIcers upon the proposition wheth er or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tered or loaned in Powell ConuIty Kentucky JM KEI NON j Sheriff of Powell County Ky Notice Notice is hereby given that the Polls in Clay City and Stanton I Ky will be open and the llegis ration officers of said cities illI attendance on the 12th day ofIFebruary 1008 to register names of all persons appearing before them who may be entitled to vote in an election to be held in Powell County on the 20th day of February 1008 upon the spiritousbe sold bartered pr loaned in Powell County Kentucky whose registere1 year J M KENNON Sheriff of Powell County Ky PROFESSIONAL OAUDS INNH4ruryNhnMU HhNddbNNMHUNPPMyr R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY The Dodging Periodof a womans life is the nuns often given to change of life II Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering bytaking OFCARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability mlserableness fainting dizziness hot and COl- af11shes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build yoururYou can it at all druggists In 100 bottles- EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Robsonof Ea t on bid until I toek Cardul which Cured me to quickly It surprised my doctor who didnt know 1 was taking iL if I THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c SOC ui 111 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulantcoveringand per furnishingAntiseptic gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves 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t4 Natural Bridge 851 40 Campton June 857 H Stanton 420 44 Clay City 4I5 2 14 LE Junction 607 858 4 Winchester 520 012 Ar Lexington 005 0 55 CONNECTIONS L t E Junction Trains Nos 1 mid 8 tenet with U 0 fur Mt Sterling Campton Junction All trains con- neCt with tho Mountain Central for CamptonTrains Nos 8 and 4 will make con nection at ville Junction with L A Hullwny for passengers to and from Beuttyvilio 0 K Junction Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with tho 0 K sty for local stations on that line KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrsKings Now DisCoveryPIIICB I FOR C8 f9o ITrW 8oWo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNlTROUlL- ESGUAXTZJID SATIBFAOTOZ OR MONEY R11XDED