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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 4 lI j I no S 0 I i T ifl 1 1 fi 4 It t 1f lftf TTY TIMESI- TiE7 o v J r tv 4 f o T B 50 Cents a Ycarin Advanci We are titre lbheIQ ClayCi f grrouudingCountry and Ourselves 1 Et Burgher Publisher VOL5XIII u CLAY JITY Kr HURSLUY DECEMBER 17 J908 NO 5I cc = ii l i J trRESE VED r New Line of Ladies 1 Cloaks and Wrapsv J 4 I A J 1 Newest Styles and Lowest Prices i CALUAND SEE THEM I L 4b 1C SHIMFESSELt i j- t A = I f Iron Mill May Resume Opreatloa hereuRntalhiof resuming op erations at the old iron mill on Red River in Estill county This mill was located ten miles from the mouth of the stream men tioned which empties into the Xentucky at a point near Irvine and has not been in operation for moro than forty years but was formerly a very prosperous concern and turned out an ex cellent quality ofpiguPi I- roni Kelly the late noted Congressman from the iron center of Pennsylvania visited the mill and the surrounding ore districts about twenty years since and pronounced the ore to the finest qu lityTho mill suspended op erations because of the vast dim culty vexperiencodin floating the ore out the Kentucky to market There were only five locks in the river at that time and they were never used The only ore brought outin the shape of pig was float ed out on barges and the bottom of the Kentucky is strewn with the contents of many of these boats wrecked by the treacherous tides and shoals of a river then almost uncoutrolable Frankfort JournalrThe iron mill mentioned above which used to be in4Estill is now in Powell and was located whore this city now stands We hope the report is truobut will be bet terplcasedwhen we see work begin The yrinter term of the Stanton QollegebeoginJRnuary 4tj 1009 This Cnllego will make a special tv of upplyin superior training dor publicschool teachers in ad dition to the regular collegiate course Every teacher and pros pectivo teacher in the county not thoroughly equipped for their j cork t should attend this school this winWi Write R A Me t iO nag1hilesidentforprospect uS and full particular A ft endeavorIChristian I Endeavor Soclelyof tne Olay OJtv Christian Church Sunday evening Dec 20th from 6 until 7 p m- TQpic Loving Kindness References to be found in Psalms 256 177 2U8 807 4010 428 480 511 688 6916 88 11 89 88 n2110881822I- sa 687 Jer 924 Hos 219 Organist Miss Edna Earnent Song Endeavor Society ReadingoHMiss Bertha Mnpel RecitationSidney Earnest Reading Mrs Cecil Williams Song Endeavor Society RecitationMiss Mildred Moore Song Society Benediction All are cordially invited to attend I Good Citizens Move Away Mr T1 Kirk and family Mr Henry Waldron and Mes ers John and Price Kirk and their families left this city Mon day morning for Billings Okla where they will reside in the future Powell county had no bet tor citizens than these folks and it is seriously regretted by all that they should leave us Our best wishes go with each of them Johnny Dawson raised the ban ner tobacco crop this year in Powell county which he sold last week tat 10 cents straight On two and onetenth acres he pros duced three thousand pounds which he sold at above prices Remember the poor about Christmas Jit They enjoy good things bettor h8jnvthose more fixed and also reinemher that thagretftost fall happiness is in making someone elsoihappy i VV The First NatioualBank of Jadksbn with 25j6bdcapitai has- bben organized with Judge J P Adams iPresideht J Or Provlsioea fttfJudlclai Primary The Democfpic Committee of this Judidaijllatrict met at Rich mond Thur difand ratified the call for primIryelection to se lid candidate forQircuitJudge- and Common alths Attorney Mr B A Cru her being the on ly announced ndidate for Com monwealths Attorney he was de clared the nominee The Committee also formulated rules for thrace and declar ed if either Candidate directly oc indirert1Y or by his friends should give loan or promise money liquor or any thing of value for the purpose of promoting hisT candidacy or in fluencing vote- s i the vote of such candidate should be thrown out and not counted Each candi date shall maZe oath in accord ance with and before the certificate shall be a warded the winner shall make oath that he hits complied with thes provislouJ Both Judgetentonand Judge Hays declared in favor of the resolutions a 1 indicated their willingness to ake the oath In drawing for positions on the ballot the fir e place was secur ed yb Judge Hays Sheriff In this issue appears the for malannouncer ejoflMr Johxaon of= Itta itv or of Powell county j subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Johnson has been Chief Po lice of this city for nearly five years and during this time he has made a sober and faithful officer There is no more loyal Democrat in the county than he and there no man that can bet ter fill the office of Sheriff than he Every Democrat should con sider well his claims before cast ing their vote in the primary election Feb 0th- Notwithstanding r J the extraor dinary hard times our mer chants are enjoying a very nice Christmas trade They have a nice line of holiday goods hence shopping should be an easy task Make your purchases early is our advice that you may get a better selection Dont go away from home to trade when you can do better in your own town The trial ofBeech Burgis for the murder last spring of his fath er Judge James H Hargis is in progress at Irvine this week Both the defendant and commonwealth are anxious for trial Hargis has a fine array of legal talent headed by Senator W 0 Bradley a Dont lose hope in the future of your town but study condi tions that need correction and sot about to apply a proper rem cay iA Ohristmasitree will bo given the children at the Christian church Christmas eye night Ev ery bpdy invited Judge J MjJJentpn is in the citytot1ayIQ l after his in terests inthp JudicialJuflgeship- race r Jtfies Qeneva dams is visiting friends in Morqhead r fiA t- t J Notice 1 0f Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Ppwell coun ty Kentucky pursuant to due notice at Stanton Ky on the 7th day of December 1008 there was present the following duly elected qualified and acting Precinct Committeemen Robt Kennon L Faulkner J M Buchanan and T G More head by proxy to J M Buchanan L Loving W B Congloton It was ordered that for the purpose of nominating Demo cratic Candidates for the several County offices to be voted for at the election to be held November 1909 a primary election be held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6th Igo that a poll bo opened in each of the several precincts of said couty ty from 0 AM until 4 P M on said date at which all persons residing in said precincts and who are legal voters and known Democrats shall have a right to vote That the officers to con duct said primary election shall be two Judges a Sheriff and a Clerk for each of the precincts in said County but that the Clerk shall have no vote on any question that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said primary shall in writing so notify the Chairman of this Commit tee on or before the 7th day of January 1000 and that the persons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on the ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the 11th day of January lOOn for the purpose of selecting the officers to conduct said primary election and to arrange for the supplying of the ballots to be used in qaid election That in order to defray the expense of said primary election each person who may on or before the 7th day of January 1000 notify the Chairman of this Committee of his purpose to become a candidate before said primary election shall on or before the 7th day of January 1909 deposit with the Chairman of this Com mittee the sum of 10 00 to be used in defraying of the expenses incident to the said primary election except candidates for Mag strates and they shall deposit the sum of 5 00 and Constables t tu t rt roo w oL + iorThat in the event the whole of the sum so deposited is not consumed in the paying of said expenses the surplus shall be pro rated among the persons depositing same Notice of this primary election shall be given by either writ ten or printed notice as is required by law the expenses of which shall be paid from the sum of money so deposited This Committee shall meet in the Court House at Stanton on 13th day of February 1000 to receive and canvass the returns and award the certificates of nomination Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1908 LUTHER LOVING J H oREAR Secretary Churn Powell Co Democratic Corn A GREAT SAVINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days Lot No 1 Hats That Were 8500 to 550 now 375 Lot No 2 350 to 400 250 to 275 Lot No3 250 to 300Ii 150 to 200y Lot No 4 II II150to 200 II 100 to 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacrifice price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY t I r t y T- f 1 A s- fi 1 1 r P v w 1l 4 r cn ij THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J 0 Burgher Tubllsher Subscription Rates JO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Dee 17 1008 r CLUB RATES Bubcwe arr pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110C Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 7j ANNOUNCEMENTS t For Circuit Judge WQ are authorized to announce James M Benton as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Twentyfifth Ju dicial District composed of Powell Clark Jessarn ne and 1llndison coun ties subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J Smith Hays as a candidate for Circuit Judge Twentyfifth Judicial Dis trict composed of Powell Clark Jes samine and Madison subject to the action or the Democratic party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce A P Johnson as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action Of of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce GITAS EVEN candidate for County Court CHerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J W Woolcry candidate for County Court Olerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J P WoonwARira candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Domo cratic partl For Superintendent of Schools Wo are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAVLOHD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow therWe are authorized to announce Char fowellDemocratic party For AMe ior We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G A Crabtree as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN II PATTOV candidate for the office of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party Governor Willson says he abso lutely will not call an extra lQ8sion of the Legislature to deal with thii local option measure and the legis lative redistricting bill Good once for the Governor As the Legisla ture passed these matters by last winter it is reasonable to suppose the same Legislature would do the same thing if called in extra ses sion this winter Both measures need attention butwe must first e lect members of the General As sembly who are inclined to give them attention Our town will not lose any thing by working for anijim pressing each and every farmer in the neighborhood with the fact that Clay Oity exists f bus benefit as much as for those who reside withinits corporate lim w itsSt Kimbrell Lv John V Elfein will have a sale Dec 22nd and will move to Ir vineThere will be preaching at Kimbrells Chapel next Sunday morning Mr and Mrs William Shop herd visited Judge i Noland on White Oak this week The jiublic school Hero will haye an J entertainment and Christmas tree on Christmas day SPOUT SPRING Mrs Sholt McKinnev has been very sick the past week but is improving at this time The public sale of Marion Mc Kinney Thursday was well at tended though articles sold very lowIDr B It Smith of Clay City passed here two days this week calling on his patients Helms a most successful practice in this sectionMr and Mrs Marion McKln fey have moved this week to Lexington where Mr McKitfney has a position in the LLC E car shopsMr and Mrs Asa Todd had born to them early Friday Morn ing a little girl which lived but forty minutes Mr and Mrs Todd have our sincerest sympathy in their sad loss G W Ginter formerly of this county died at College Hill Fri day December 14 of cancer ag ed about fifty years His broth erinlaw Morgan McKinney and nephews Geo S Watp and thefuneralMrs Ella White wife of Da vid White flied Friday afternoon Burial at the Salem grave yard Sunday after funeral servi ces by Elder G W McIntosh Deceased was thirtyfive years old and a devoted Christian WOo man Before marriag eshe was a Miss Todd daughter of the noted Elder S Todd of eighties and earlier She had been con ts Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court J II fiardwJck Plaintifft versus v i James Wllkerson f Defendant Noticeof sale inequity y By virtue of a judgjfient and ordefof sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November term 1908 thereof Inthe above caUBoIthe undersigned will on tho 4th day of January 1000 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the higest bidder on u credit of six months at the Court House dour Stanton Ky the property mentioned in tho judg menttowItSituated the waters of Red river Powell county Ky Beginning at Ed wilt Rose corhenon1 the county rood near the school house thence with the county road to the Clay grown farm thence with the Clay Brown lino to the Marcum and Edwin Rose liqcs thence with said Rosod lino to the beginning cornercontainipg about 2b a cres more or less the same land pur chased by James VUkel from Ed win R8ol sufricient there fto produce 180 CO BO ordered to bft made The purchaser will bo required to givebondwithxapprovcd sqcurjty for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Re plevin Bond bearing legal interest frpm tare day offslo according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply witjj these terms A lion will bore talricdfon the land sold till all the pur chtlse hbney is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON x Master ComriPowellC C 9 MM fined to hor bdcEith afflictions continually sinceei1ea To out customlra we desire to bnjlIness Plls n no one has appreciated your trade more than we those who owe usr we wpiild5iay that their accounts have 11I t rned over to Mr John M ennouwlio will be pleased to Beetheni and write them a receipt jnjfull Kirk Waldron Mrs W H Smethersj of IndU ana is visiting tilative8inEs till county iA At Inez SarahChester aged 104 years is dead ul There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few yeara was supposed to be incurable Fora great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local reme dies and by constantly failing to cure with Jocalttreatment pro nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney tti Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional euro on the market It fs taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for uny case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney dt Co Tole do Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Hats Fam1ly Pillifor con stipatibn V X 4 rfHotel for Rent or Lease Central Hotel 110 8 story building with 24 rooms partly furnished in eluding a large sample room and all necessary outbuildings and plenty of water on the lot Locatedclose to depot For further information apply to Mrs Jennie Russell Clay City Ky FRUIT t ORNAriENTAL TRGGS Evcrythingrtf- orOrchard 4 Lawn udtQarden FREE Cataloguer TVs 1 have no Agents p i 10 HH Sons LSEIROTON PEY poresbogrincthat ordinav toi will not dissolve I ItfiIalocnticnt not foulcI ill or cleaners It imparts a delightful sensation 1o tlioclin and 5s excpplion ally gixxl for tty LUIj TMCUfiMWIFETaken on it and you LnoL iinware braaa or nlclcl wn li your v iiulowa and in BaD1tbllcsoaps MsKfpoq will do P19rethan any ot dOnoaenviill you AgreatbigcanOr1ec s ltfram 1 wlaif w Idi U JO cxnU I iRIWNSOP 68 OiliMb9S8bi i- tI iIit rti New LIne- OF i V fsJ f r Jjjrft 1anl tGif iS Ul 1 Cloaks I I hi 1 w t ttAND J J D QJjS 3 SUltS 1Jj1 3 r H OvercoatsI l t ii Also Nice Collection JjfJ 1 LadiesHatsrustReceived Which Will be Sold at POPULAR PRICES r MRS a- I LW1 Williams The Whitest White Cake r The Lightest Light RollsrAnd Flakiest Biscuit Aro Made When You UKO Pearl and Bakers Pride FloDr Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants a I C great guaranteed cure n for Colds1 In Vhbopinff Sold undern I s Ynurmoncyxefurnedafit ever fails Itis the only remedy that cures m one dose and with Em yourchildsL FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSrTHE IUSSNER MEDIOHK COHWIMY SMPrIfFJHIIJDf TREPJIOfmSLPrivateLine3 TAU YOUPN- EIGHBORS PhslmeWNeioue rionuCIf1 Mitenet cur OJ douqIran I acadbefore Get p itit f I Writ Tedr w rede irARMLksfY31cIAIIS ovI TkyMEACNANTS- COTTQNsU A 1000 LAS r aNIJrant yet M hTfc In caN of 6radura oIaor oM1p War ToIo1 Crt ew UJu ALL ABOUTT fItLEPHONE fel a IMM Urn emit MCUM afnowibm rap4Hoe a wr ntutopne IS arr Ward N eatadrdr Ira IfIeu =uy iilfw owLI wnadodUr WritTJItEMEMBERJ1iI OfFtRIaFOAUMlTEDTItotEONlY WriIoTHa 1 JTHE SUMTDITILEPH MANUFACieaNBCBMPANTt t 8 lcl3MMTtR Lr i r J r rs t 4 t N L r Jr I N TIMES f t 0 J i A TJtlI sn LADE PAPER THURSDAY 1 w Dec17 1008 t5 r XBOOAL BREVITIES garlic Russell has located a c I3flinsOkl it Reu ti Piptonn ofWinchesit te tvneYnthQ ty he fis f o t w 1 f tr SaleCottage nf fourzrooinsr inlVusiness part of town Apply ntithia office 0 1 t ip veto phillips bought of T X 1 Tatters property in this city for 000 cash FrnnkB Russell and son Mas = teMHobQrt of Louisvil cs Br- evIsiting in the city JnefcJ P Mauppin fix that clock or watcl for you Charges reason uBie satisfaction jdwjs Jc t Mr mid 0 Mrs Wesley Hack worth of Beattyville visited ref utives in the city the last of tile week Euln the bright little daugh ter of Mr and MrSy Harry Shat attacktack hts a most severe malaria Mrs John Wr Hendrix of Vaughns Mill is visiting her sis terMrl Newton Puckettf at p SK Junction k Matt Oorilee has bought the Wnldron business house on Gth avenue for 1000 00 and will4 t move his saloon there r- w S IV Russell and Hblfjori Ab L Visomnlin BMIYU ftnen1of t towiffEstill cquniv were in tire cityTuesday and yesterday 1 I The shortest day of the year i will be next Tuesday after whfqh date the days will then gradually grow longer untilnext Juno Only eight days more until Christinas Let each onotry mak ing someone else happy and see Tow happy this will make us 5 There can be no more appro priate Christmas gift than tho Clay City Times for one year only GO cents Try it this time t James Bloom has gone into business with Coulee R Rogers and will not ongagein the saloon business alone as stated in our lilj issue A scientist tells us that mot nig get Eiredi Now we under stand whyour sharepf gohVnevv or reaches us it gives out on throatlr s t J Smith Hays Candidate for 1 thb jbetnocratic nominntlpn for Gfrpilit Judge in this district will flP a1t i n1lr merest ofhiBcnn iducyrn fhiB qity Tuesdiiynigh tDoc 22 r itC edr gtowt tliere aieY2 11 llscsnftYJil1lHl fever on to count f pebple driukingtviiterlclinttlhi natetVith s6Weragofc1George ttiwniOdHegbtts Ibeonforted to temporarily olosadn account of f il UlJc f r iJhC Iffpi1611orthReadkrgs f Iff k TtOF Zelinski of 613 Glhson I 8trliutPalo JQura r oBt co corer ley- linktSvitli3uukleneArnlgw e I + l lvP i Jjti iU i aRylor- i two rlfjaygwlienfgay Riieyll t lnraryes bney lea1B 7 ltaprM- jiSfrtd lf1q + gUaranto at druggistsY iSC- r N w y R e ivrt a i Judge TJ Fletcheris visiting relatfvsnfHedges t taEion cFBnruett iflUt Wincheste this weekon a business mission Try one years s subscription to ThTisjKS this Christmas as ah nppr pritegift Weguarantee into please = W a Blanton formerly of- Kimbreli EstiH writes us ifrdm vherohehjfi locaked iindorders The Tislss sent rl ito r H tBurgher returned Mon tripthroughionsaiul Oklahoma He thinks ino PanHindle of Texas is the mecca of them nil Dont bring old clippings into a newspaper office and tell the editor you have brought hiiji something to fiUup witi Take him a cabbage t ho can fill up better Candidates for the various coon ty offices tare getting numerous these days They all seerpleas- ed with the date of the primary election and all are confident of success A Dangerous Operation is 1horetovnl of the appendix b- yasurgeonNo one who takes Dr Kings Now Life Pills is very sub to this frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache billiqusness and malaria 25o tall drigJBtore8 1 You rarely ever see such a boomin cattle trade as is now on lances are good and the demand all that could be desired The mountains have been depleted the buyerssi dnc this is the chief source of snpplyf i Medicine That Is Medicine i111 I kayo suffered good dealwith malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keeps mo well and that remedy in ElectrieBiUrsta medicien that is medicine for stomachand Tiber troubles and for run down conditions1 says W C Kiestlcr of Hftlllday Ark Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up thnerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak Your mon ey will be refunded if it lulls to help you boo at all drugstores Public schools are one of the great props of national government The more prosperous is a commu nity the higher will be the educa tional facilities Good schools are a help to any town and bring into it thiraostdesnabjo classes who seek to educate their children He whq assists in building up the bus iness of a town also assists in bet tering the schools Marked for Death Three years ago I waff marked death A graveyard cottgli was tearing nay lungs to pieces Doc tO Bfaied to help me and hope had fled when my husband got D- rKinSiOftv Discovery says Mrs A C Wlllft its 6f Bjatf KyliThe fist1osQhehe1 me and improve ment kept on until I bad gained b6 henhrwasi rhandIthroat diseases prevents pheu bytal bflUle feev 5 T Everybodyshould Kelp the Rltwprcent tHUmp ttxlny for our attractive unique jittnglng parxt which Vaina a galnat spitting nuisances People will take nti t caad and ondejseen 1lover r A11tese Si nl aoV 8417f3114oIAailril3ttiLoul3- r 10 t 4rMI itIIIr t n tr 2 Save This Anyway Hero iii I ple tidinemadimix tui ae iiveiihyaneminenf uUthor ityon Kidnej liseagosi who bakes theJtatement fth85 It willrelieve almost anyr case ot Kidney trouble if tvjken boforiKtho stage of Brights digense ife efatcs di 1tBucb8J P turns as lameback in tho side frequent i 8Ir to uHnlte ill nt I tltiufujiulddisigl oiesi uri iaiio nre Teailily over coins HereSiie recipe Try it Fluid Extract Dandelion ono hnJfouncejG mpqU d argon one ounce j Compound Syrup Sar saparilla threg ounces Take a teaBponf41aft r each meal and at bedtime A wellknokn druggist hero in town is authority that these ingre = dlents ire all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar healing land soothinc effect upon the entifeKidney and Urina ry structure find often overcomes the worst form of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is said to remove All blood disorders and the rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you Darent well Save prescriptioiEI The inventive Yankee is still busy During the last fiscal year the United Sates patent office received some 58527 applications for mechanical patents Notice toljrespassers All persons are notified that all huntlnRlInd trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no lice B B HUTBON THIi WmGhestei Bank y INCORPORATED N H WjTUEKsrqoNPre- sCapital q Slobk 200000 4 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ aals firms and corporations 84 iUi seUndertaker Keeps a FdlSupply of a Coffins Gaskets Bu rial Robes and O OCS Also can furnish Home Made Cot Iln taOrdllan shnrt Nn h p = IDe d 1 wet Bend4 KyiJO ti ti tiU Q 1f J of 01010 + I in t roo iIel JP I1UPPIN I rJlnU R rand e eIerI Alt Kinds qt Watch and Clock I Repairing oq3hofNotico and SS TISR C TiON CUARANTEED Uno of Jewelry Spectacle Call and i ne ix the Red 1Ziver Hot lridinF 9Xt CLAY t CITYK1NTUCKYt 1 Commissioners Sale AI I powell Circuit Court Robt Stone Guar J F Stone Plaintiff versus James Fr Stono Defendant i Notice of sale In equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sole of the Powell Circuit Court ren tiered at the November term 1008 thereof in the above cause the under signed ih on the 4th day of January 1000 at 1oeloek P M or thereabout f being Court Day I will proceed to offer fur sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months nt tlio Court House door Stnn ton Ky tho property mentioned in the judgment towit A certain tract of land situatedon ted river in Powell county Ky bound ed on the North by J C Patricks hind plaintilTHobtof Kato Bohannan known ns Ute Boon Williams farm on the South by the lands of Caleb Creed heirs on the west by the lands of Kobt Stone containing about 41 acres being that portion of the Nancy Stone farm that wns allot ted to the infant defendant James F Stone in the division of the said fArm the heirs of said Stone also another small tract of land on the North side of the L k E Railway ad joining the lands of J W Williams on the Last and adjoining the LtC 13 railway on the south and on the west and north by the lands of 31 G Clark containing about 1 14 acres being also a portion of the Nancy Stone farm or tOJlroducesoThe purchaser will ho required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to ReplevinBondday of according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will he retained on the land sold till all the purchase money in paid Bond payable to the clerk of this court ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone lendlna ft keteb and desertntlon may QEICkl aacertaln our oplulon free wbether IIInvention 1S probably atentaD Commanica ltatentalentIatenta taken tbrouitb Iuun A eo reeeS1I l notue without cbanre ill thll Scientific flimricatn A handiomelr Illustrated weekly tareest eta eolation of an retention ournalireml 13 a year I four months L eo I1UNN Co 3StBroamr New York once II StWublllton 0 We all should learn to take the world as it is not as we think it ought to be To all who will pay upnn 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 rfurm papers Union Lock Poultry FenceSoatr Th wwit ttrtIcublt tens oa U nrtt i rcIr lard orchardi4 t rdrue 11 c DO grnitr oat than nettinc Write lor cUU ot hn lot tar all 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+ 1 fOR OOLD8S trillPRICEI DRILL THROAT AND LUNGTROURL- ESGUA2ANTaZD I JlAOJOBI- OR KOHEY BDUJlDED r Pressed from selected Concord Grapes For the tAUe for the sickroom We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for many years but we believe this years product is the crown of perfection Naboth Grape Juice stands for progression letter each year fm proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing cud developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is we think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken from he duster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNaboth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Law Delicious Pure Invigorate ing For sale by dealers THE NABOTH VJa VARDS BreetM t Yerk THE CHILDRENS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endowed by Registered Nurses ud Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c ud 111 I FAMILY SAFE 4UAADa Combincdatlmulaqtcoveringandperd furnlshlnrAntiseptic pant every breath Results astonishing Relieves Croup In twenty minutes abbrtcs Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight In gold Ortattnalto ha wttewf H Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Cbamlst Prot Greensboro N C I 4 The Great Diarrhoea and Dysenlarj g mod Cures acute and chronic diarrhoea dysen j complaintament typhoid Same ul results obtained in alt pars of the world WORKS LIKE MAGIC Price 25 cents per box Dont accept a mbotltnt a tocalled M Jnrt ucond Ifjnirdru gftbnint it aad dont cue to gout for yon lend direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY Oswego N Y U S A ttTYbM M There inn be no more appro priate Christmas gift than the Clay City Times for one year only 60 cents Try it this time We are having consideralbe warm weather for winter time Much meat killed in the last few days is now liable to spoil Try ont years subscription to The TIMES this Christmas as an appropriate gift We guarantee it to please James Bloom has purchased the Poolroom and business of Eli Benton on 6th Ave Pay your subscription in time for the editor to enjoy Christmas too Ed McIntosh moved to Sams last veek Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Frank B Russell Plaintiff versus 0 0 Curtis Defendant Notice of Sale In Equity By virturo of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the JUlie term 1007 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the 4th day of Jan 1009 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being Court Day will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judg ment towit- I Lying on the waters of Tug creek a tributary of Red river in Powell coun ty Ky and bounded and dcsribed as follows Tract No1 Beginning at a stake in the old apperson S 88 E line same stake being a corner to the 0 0 Curtis survey thence N 89 W 70 CO poles to a stone In the Stanhope dt Vir- den road thence with the meanders df snld road S X63 W 4024 poles 11- 11V724 poles to a stake In the forks Stanhopo shop Evermaja t Deals Backbone road S 24 E 2812 poles S I 44 E2640 poles to a large white oak stump corner in the Marlon Curtis survey and at the forks Devil Backbone and Gravit road at which stands I three small saplings namely n cedar hickory and post oak thence with Ma rion Curtis survey S 714 E 1516 poles to a black gum corner in the Wm- i Mastin Jr survey N 78 degrees and 6 minutes E 26 28 poles to a corner in the old Win Mastin Sr survey thence with 00 Curtis survey N 10 14 E 01 28 poles to the beginning contain ing 40 710 acres Tract No 2 Begin ping at a 10 inch black oak on the side of Stanhopes shop road corner in the Wm Mastin Sr survey thence with polesINquakiiig nap 8 inches in diameter N 1614 E t2 links thence with lower Apperson lint S 83 E 24 36 poles to a stake near a large pin in edge of Vir den and Stanhope shop rood corner the Alex Anderson survey S 81 E 41 pole to the beginning 27 8200 acres or sufficient thereof to produce 200 00 so ordered to be made Thepurclrascr will be required to give bond with npproved security for the payment of the purchase money to mve the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to com pi with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Hand payable to the clerk of thi court ROMULUS JAOKSON Macter Comr Powell Circuit Court 1 MeCULLOUGHS LIFE SAYING BLOOD PURIFIERA Speedy and Cafe Remedy for all Diseases 6f to Skin amTBEood Restores Vitality Renown Strength Cleanses and Enriches tV Tlood Art cspeiuiJy valtiablb remedy fur lioii Carbuncles Trytipilas onio II t iccrous taushumorsillfomlSPRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BY DRUfiGIS- TSMaHHfnturtd by McCULLQUQH CHEMICAL CO Xintoiti TonnasiM it Ir 4 I we ltiwy FURS WMT- cwSJlYtIowRMe 1wwiI G aaa wrIe-WUCI sic 1r is- ptSsJ tlwlaiit II I ot a ta hoonTiudnihttaterrssas Rfs cs PiJpkllciiu Wri fudotlwadl6iNh4 laerllXM a 1IIhI11 LWMVlUK Wf i For Sate Ono tltcoild handviiHti iron 1 i heuting tttovV Apply at i his ntllue The Rev Irl Rtil ki1 unac tor 1909 rtdifl 9 best ever sentbuf rtt in colors fine jMTrfrnV V f Hicks in color8allVthiMtil i es mill several new ones ill UitMm k The best ii tmnowiinL yr hook and the only ontTrumitaiiling the o riginal HinkH Weather FirtMfII1t My matt 35u fln 1lWSltulItI SOc One copy ftde With Word and Works the hext tl Monthly in Americas on almanacs in quantities Ages wanted Wrd kind Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Evtry citi zen owes it himself to his fellows and toProf Hicks to popsess the Hicks forecasts the only fella Ible Farm For Sale Boundaryof about 175 acres one mile fromSp ut Spring Price 8120000 and well worth the mon eYeMrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Ky Renew your subscription today We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Ilomnat Clay City is reajlgfor the orphan girls in the mpuntaina It is a large three story brick lioppe beautifully situated at It is owned by the Societyofoy Winners and supported bygopd people everywhere Orphan girls between the ageffof Rye and thirteen will be re ceived if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward OtGu rrant Wilmbre Ky Alpo will thank all1 ministers and county officers to informa tion as to any suchihifdren The Home will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr EdwardO Guerrant Wilrnprc Ky PROra88IONAtOARD8R PHYSICIAN AND UROEOH OLAY OITY KY IB R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY R C WELCH Attorney CoiMseMora Law I STANTON KENTUCKY aiLCouhGeneral Practice in Commonweftp SEEDSBuckbeea Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a rraetatlon ol 38 years of totantBANS 3258uahelNew BnbelDavliCurries Rust Proof Wax yya Buahd PILt8 iINew1habelBllckbeea ofSeedsS Send lor cni lorua or submit a list of your requlremVLit and will MoneyWrite BUQKBEEI38J at L4I II f Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo IncL as told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wino of Cardui Mrs Warwick say- sTAKE I Jet It Will Help You headshotilderllimbsvousness fainting and other female troubles I was almost dead Three doctors did n6t help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle obtained relief Now I am cured But for Cardui I would have beep dead Try OarduLIAT ALL DRUG STORES 31JMN tRY OF L E TIME Tfl8LE EastBound West Bonndtu No2Da P M 22i 305 820 334 850 358 405 414 430 435 447 510 605 610 No4 DailyA 735 813 826 842 902 910 915 922 938 943 956 1017 1115 1120 I Stations Lexington Winchester Iy k E Junction Indian Fields CLOY CITY Stanton Rosslyn I Filson Campton Jnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent Bea tty vllle Jet O t K Junction Jackson No 1- DallyI Ex Sun c A 1st 955 D1i 900 845 825 818sn9 803 7148 745 730 707 615 610 No3I P M 605 f 520 507 453 435 426 420 414 357 355a 320 225 220 No5IA M 9465 984 920 902 854 848 842 828 26t 815 754 705 700 The Following CONNECTIONS made DailvEacept Sunday- L tt E Junction Nustand 3 will connect with th C do 0 Rail way for Mt Stirling Ky Campton Junction Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun tain Central Railway fir passengers to and from Camptr KvIBeattyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the Lde A Sail way for Beattyville Ky 0 JK Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with iheO d K Rail way for Cannel Citf Kand way Citations 1 I j m loi ttonoI ut wt I is not a eure all but aguarnntn nturo f inflammatory arid 1 chronic Purities the blood livi r and stoma l under n plain positive guarantee to refund thu money if a Lure Is nut I Us remedy has relieved I chronic and lung cuatiuutd attacks of rhoumuii nior the best physicians had I failed to do so It is aprelarationthat cannot be excelled Has by I r the people leading druggists merchants and physicians also some of the leading I drug manufacturers of this country These men of authority pit pronounce Breedens Rheumatic Cure perfectas a preparation can be made and as j no equal Guaranteed under the Pure and Drug Act Price LAG FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry this prcparJation write direct to us RKCDEN MCDIOINK CO In Chattanooga Tarn kid Decay are two of the worst enemies ofRoof those who contemplate building should have ttii lion that M ASBESTOS ROOFING isItis proof against both because It is construct f Asbestos and Asphalt both minerals yet the that cannot rust or decay Besides it possesses a ity peculiarly itsown Itrequlres no coatinfc 2t vijy we seAd you samples and prices i H W 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