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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4or y as H Jt r IJ 4x s tf iOf v tI 0 1J i bit r- S ylIf is if 1 fh J c c y 9 j JCIIo1lit r tt 7- PUii4Y f I i f vu or if r lily TIMES11 lG r 5sritSIlre rIIi Advenc r w1r t We W are fere to lily lainesarroaDjlng r- POL Country and Ourselves il E Burgher Publisher r c Il Y X PLAT CITY KY URSDAY DECEMBER 24 J90 NO P2 H JUDB BBNTON S wFINAL REPLY II w If1liadecorrectly tracked inyf friend Mr Hays jineof campaign J suggested four 8 nl why f- he g Quldnot bo iidniinated but Donb place Should be given tohim Is that tho correct viewjr In 1888 1 graduated in lawJ fromthoLlAfversityo Virginia i lor iS jyearrl was einglapid A b activepbiotlcent WincliesterI iWt records of the courts will y show thfc for the last ten years i of that time I tried more cases of all kinds than any other member of thVbar I have seen the state- moat il1rt1tnd I have lieard that once said tmrtkiri his judgment there was rib man in the district better qualified than I to be Circuit Judg I do not know that he ever made the statement but if lie did I consider it the highest compliment everpai4 me for he was a fine lawyerireatjudgea- nd a good man in I know there are many strong lflerrs in thTsdistrict If 1asifu1iUfi d then the experieifce Iliave since liailon the bench makes me bet tat qualified now lit iDuffag my term of office it has ll htotnyJot to try and decide Tome of the most impolv iantucaeei in the jitdicialhisFory rdf 1 an fin QnH important cases have my 7 uscis r ions been reversed In the Berea College Case I laid down the law and fixed the ruleso that for all time to come the white and colored children the State can not be mixed in any school My decision in that case has been affirmed by both the Court of Appeals of Kentucky I and the Supreme Court of the United States The editor the Philadelphia Inquirer a de voedfriendund graduate of Be rea College wrote me the follow ing letter about my opinion in yourdccisialtam note lawyer canrjiot be ex pectedtp speak of it from a legal standpoint but int16 last thirty Serve it has been part of my work to examine v ry carefully judi cial decisions on many public pn8 so that I have more farjSiijairty with tubsubjectthah man laymen I wish to assure you that t consider your opinioni a very able document one which oil its grouncHeemB impregnable the stand you have taken that the Day act is in pursuance of a proper exercise of the Police Power pf the State I think you have answered every posssible point1 To my firm course when Curtis Jett was arrested and placed in- theWibchelter jail for the assassination of Jas B Marcum andI in the trial of the MarcumHar gis damage 8uitrteome have given me mote credit for breaking the BrenTthitt county feuds than td all the other officers and all the State militia The Marcum Htrgis trial lasted for four weeks The record made 2000 pages Of my conduct of that trial the Court of Appeals in affirming my action said In this entire record we find no substantial error The retold throughout man ifests the fairness with which the trial way conducted by both Judge An tjllrv l nvea wTbirr ltytyyt The cotitemptoases against Fe lix Fe1tn rand B F French in which the former was given two years in jail and fined 3000 and the latter fined 5000 for spirit ring witnesses away from the Marcum trial were also historic cases in which my judgments were affirmed by the Oourtof Ap peals These are only a few of the important cases I have decid red Many persons erroneously be lieve that a Judge can and does decide cases from dictates of friendship That a true Judge eaI IiJUST RECEIVED j i A i I J I New Line of Lades I Cloaks and WrapsM 3cr V Newest Stesand Lowest Prices af r It If CALLf AND SEE THEM t 1 r- U r LwJ r l ll L u Of Y c 4 L L f R li wn Q call trot do have ben compelled ttecl cases in every bf district against friends and ac jaintances in fr vor of person A had never seer but my fr mce and the dictates of m13 science required md to do t rmsji hen my personn preference wed have often di- r cfed tho r way The de cisiort of sucluffascs demands no small degreo in the Judge 1mornlcouralte am kn0wri tp In the C4B in- Olark countfiendish negr had c mmit a horrible crim on a white woit An infuriated mob crazeolby righteous indignation dnded that hl Supportedbyand a Chief oftPolice willing to- surrender t as a sacrifice to I defied he mob and an pounced than Bam lisle mus have a lawfuhjfial and be condemned according to law The law prevailed nd many a gray haired man ill lark county who was actually ijrsympathy with the mob cam o me with tears in his eyft thanked me for saving the co y from the dis the district blenceIn who serve have adopt eda plan bywh each juror is paid in full fo ire service as soon as it is ended IJThe old rule was that the jurorsifust wait month for their paybe compelled to discount thei ims against the State 6- In mqpolite relations I feel that IQ Old Guard of kCoThtyhavety less than nothing in 1800 n scant 25 in 1806and when in 1807 I became officially connected with the countys part organization in the terrificstrng Je of tha year I saw themajority read 475 and I have teen it continue to grow until GOO is now recognized even by the Republicans to be the normal Democratic major ity of Clark county and it wil not be denied that in bringing a bout this rdsultI have borne mj share of the work and have nev er faltered in it On my official record and mj party service I appeal for the support of the loyal Democrat of the district Of the four reasons suggested by Mr Hays why Ishould not he given the position he urges two in the counties one in one and the fourth in still another He is an agile antagoist Whet he is successfully tripped from one position he alights confident ly on another equally unsound and equally untenable His first idea was to create a prejudice against me because I had the courage to ask that the salary which he admits is too low Should be increased When I showed that that was n dead issue which neither he not I even with the help of the Leg islature could revive he ceased to place emphasis on that point His econd idea applied only to Madison county where he attempted to make the personal and political friends of Hon James B McOreary believe I had been disloyal to him but when 1 flashed a telegram from Senatot McCreary to me Dated Dec 4 1008 in whichh said I be Hove you always have voted for me when I was a candidate and I have nev questioned our loyalty as a supporter of mine my friend Mr Hays dropped that notion like it was afire- His third pleaJs that the pri mafy electiouwas galled too soon that I wrote thecall and that he was noV gives time to canvasE- the district AVhen the district committee met at Richmond 4 or e j 4IC Dec 10th 1908 Mr Hays admit ted before the committee that he had had it in mind for n year torun for this office that he knew when and where the committee was to meet to make the call but that he neither attended the meeting in person nor by representative as he could have done and that he made no requestof any sort of the committee It is a known fact that ho did not announce his candidacy for two full weeks after the committee had called the primary My announcement was made in every newspaper in the district in September the committee met the middle of No vember and there had been no suggestion of any opposition to either Mr Crutcher or myself I did not oven attend the com mittee meeting but at the reM quest of Mr Sullivan its chair man I furnished him with the draft ofa call but in the letter by which I sent it to him I told him I was not wedded to any partic ular time and that whatever the committee did would be entirely satisfactory to me I cannot be truthfully charged with any reM sponsibility for the date fixed for That responsibili ty rests upon the committee but in view of Mr admissions before the committee he is cer tainly estopped from complain ing that he was not ready to run Mr Hays fourth reason applies alone to Powell count where he and his friends are falsely charging that I uttered a slander against that good county and her citizens in a speech at Richmond Dec 7 1908 I did not make the statement attributed to me by MllayarfdlJf Pfrienda at nhy statement akin to it Mr Hays asked me publicly to tell the poo pie of Madison county about Pow ell and whether or not I would get any votes there and this is what I said When I first went to Powell county as Judge whis key was sold at various places in the crunty some at licensed sa loons some at blind tigers some at moonshine stills During my term of office as many as twelve men have been killed in Powell county and frequently its waters stained with human blood In my opinion this loss of human life was in each in stance traceable to whiskey In two local option elections the people of that county have voted to banish whiskey from the county and I as Judge have done what I could to secure the enforcement of the local option law and that course may bring down on me the opposition of some men in the county but 1 believe the good people of Powell county will show their appreciation of the firm stand I have taken for the enforcement of the law and hive me a handsome majority That is all I said about Powell county and it is just what I have said time and again to the grand juries and other officers of Powell county when I have appealed to them to aid me in securing tho enforcement of the law as it is written I do not know who are Mr Hays friends in the other counties but I do know that in Clark county his candidacy was promoted and encouraged and is now being pushed by such men as John E Garner and H P Thomson the former now holding office under Gov Willson and who has notr voted for a Democrat for ten years and who has always been recognized as a bolter while Thomson led the boltagainst Bryan in Clark county These men and their followers are my political ene mies because I have in every elec tion always voted the Democrato ticket and made a square fight for the Democratic party and its candidatesI question Mr Hays toy alty as a Democrat but I simply callaH ntj not ftth poJm1 character of the men who are leading his fight against me in Clark county to better enable the loyal Democrats of the district to decide where their duty lies in this race With unbounded gratitude to the friends who are standing by me and with malice towards none with charity for nil and with absolute assurance of an overwhelming victory I make this final submission my claims J M BENTON Dec 22 1908 A GREAT SAYINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days LotNot Hats That Were 500 to 560 now 1375 Lot No2II II 350 to 400 8250 to 275 Lot No3 II 260 to 300c 160 to 2 00 Lot No4II Ii cc 160 to 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 KYxk ti- f j 1 L I ia Ly 4 r J IJ 2 t 1 A r JI 1t a 1 Sf K 1 f i ttJ Jc w 1 H r Ai S A- Zk i o r 0 r i sJ rr 0 IIBICJA10IIY T MESa ry Of t rs 111 r t r tiS tllye r in AdvanciA We mitre to help taiCuyMe r SorrooDJing Country ant Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher rt f 1- VOL rM w c ir y CLAYCIPY KY T UJISDAY DECEMBER 24 J 908 NO M 4H y J s- K JUDI1iE B NTON t 1FINAL REPLY41 if r If XlilxVe correctly tracked Itiy A frleadhirHayslineofaampaignI- t l hn Bagfgesied fO rr s ns wh1 ft should not be ndminated but none why the place Should be give tobim Is that the correct view han 1888 1 graduated in law a fromvtho TJjtjiverslty of Virginia For iS years I was d Afy active prifctlco nt Winchester anlfthe i cords of the courts VU1 feliow that for the last tail years of that time I tried more cases of all kinds than other Inember oCthebar Jbave seen the state n t iriI1Dl I live heard that once said tmrkiri his judgment there was no mmn in the district better qualified than I to be Circuit Judge 1 do not know that he ivrmadethe statement but if lie did I consider it the highest compliment ever paid me for he was a fine lawyer ajreat judge and a good man n I know there are many strong lawyers in thfiioistrict If Iwaacfuilified then the experience tliavejince haffen the bench makes the bet ter qualified now lit DuringAmy term of office it has ll itotnJlot to try and decide eomc of the most impp jaI cases in the history rGf th Q6e3xnritink ioieof thbso important cases have myccis ions been reversed In tHe Berea College Case I laid down the law and fixed the rule so that for all time to come the white and colored children of the State can not be mixed in any school My decision in that case has been affirmed by both the Court of Appeals of Ken I Lucky and the Supreme Court of the United States The editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer a de voted friend and graduate of Be rea College wrote me the follow ing letter about ray opinion in yourdecisionVm note lawyer carr not be ex ported t0 speak of it from a legal l it thirtyslr81tto examine very carefully judi cial decIsiopswi many public e so that I have more anfiiiairty with the subject than man laymen I wish to assure you that I consider your opinion a very able document one which oji Its grourid eenis impregnable If the stand you have taken that the Day act is in pursuance of a proper exercise of the Police Power of the State I think you have answered every posssiblo point To my firm course whoa Curtis Jett wasafrested and placed in the Winchester jail for theaBsaB sinationof Jan B Marcum and in the trial of the MarcuraHar gis damage suit ome have given me more credit for breaking the BrejTtlntt county feuds than torah the other officers and all the State militia The Marcum Hargis trial lasted for four weeKs The record made2QOO pages Of my conduct of that trial the Court pf Appeals in affirming my action said In this entire record we find no substantial error The record throughout man ifests the fairnoeswith whiclithe- trial was conducted by both Judge BWltjry N rThe contempt cases against Fe lixJFeltner and B F French in which the former was given two years in jail and fined 3000 and the latter fined 5000 for spirit ing witnesses away from the Marcum trial were also historic cases in which my judgments were affirmed by the Oourtof Ap peals These are only a few of the important cases I have decid ed Many persons erroneously be lieve that a Judge can and does decide cases from dictates of friendship That a true Judge yt i I1 i JUST RECEIVED j a c New Line of Ladies t Cloaks and Wraps 4W i Newest Styles and Lowest Prices I I l J l 4 CALL AND SEE THEM 1 = r i t i rt 0 SFIIMFESSELV J J 01 R- w clul bid haVf3 been compelled td deci cases in every aqalnstfriendsvor of persdftiSL had never seen but my fr ffice and the dictates of myJojWBcience required rod to do it hen my personal pJ1J ren e worn d have often directed thoqtjiiir way The de cision q l1ses demands no small degreejbiE moral courage in the Judge nod hat I think I am knpwn to possess In the casj df Sam Hisle in negrohadon a white wen An infuriated mob crazeiby righteous in dignation de nded that hl Supportedbyand a Chief dffpolice willing to surrender hill o as a sacrifice to I defiedjjJHie mob and announced must have a lawful1fialnnd be coin demned according to law The grayhairedwas i with the mpb camgfto me and with tn eyj me for saving the co y from the disgrace of mdbTMence In every conijw in the district for the Bake men who serve the State as juilrs I have adopted a plan byW It each juror is paid in full for Ms service as soon as it is ended5Tlie oldrule was that the jurors ifcst wait months for their pay bo compelled to discount their ims against the State Its l polibi relations I fee- lthatl loa t O1d Guard of the DemocracyilirruftrlcTJbunfyT have seen the Democratic majori ty less than nothing in 1800 a scant 25 in 1890 and when in 1807 I became officially connected with the countys part organization in the terrifiotrllr le of that year I saw the majority reach 475 and I have seen it continue to grow until 600 is now recognized even by the Republicans to pemocraticmajority not be denied that in bringing a bout this resultI have borne my share of the work and have never faltered in iti On my official record and my party service I for the support of the loyal Democrats of the district Of the four reasons suggested by Mr Hays why I should not he liven the position he urges two in the countiest one in one and the in still another He is an agile atitagoist When he is successfully tripped from one position he alights confident ly on another equally unsound and equally untenable His first idea was to create a prejudice against me because I courage to ask that the salarywhich he admits is too low should be increased When I showed that that was a dead issue which neither he nor I even with the help of the Leg islature could revive he ceased to place emphasis on that point His second idea applied only to Madison county where he at tempted to make the personal and political friends of Hon James B McOreary believe I had been disloyal to him but when 1 flashed a telegram from Senator McOreary to me Dated Dec 4 1008 in whichh said lll believe you always have voted for me when I was a candidate and I have never questioned your loyalty as a supporter of mine my friend Mr lays dropped that notion like it was afire His third plea is that the prim i electionwas called too soon that I wrote the call and that he was not given o time to canvass thedistrict When the district committee met at Richmond 1- i J e c dM 4 Dec 10th 1008 Mr Hays admit ted before the committee that he had had it ill mind fora year torun for this office that he knew when and where the committee was to meet to make the call but that he neither attended the meeting in person nor by representative as have done and that he made no requestof any sort of the committee It is a known fact that he did not announce his candidacy for two full weeks after the committee had called the primary My announcement was made in every newspaper in the district in September the committee met the middle of Novembers and there had been no su of any opposition to either Mr Orutcher or myself J did not oven attend the com mittee meeting but at the request of Mr Sullivan its chair man 1 furnished him with the draft of a call but in the letter by which I sent it to him I told him I was not wedded to any partic ular time and that whatever the committee did would be entirely satisfactory to me I cannot be truthfully charged with any reo sponsibility for the date fixed for That responsibility rests upon the committee but in view of Mr admissions before the committee he is cer tainly estopped from complaining that he was not ready to run Mr Hays fourth reason applies alone to Powell count where he and his friends are falsely charging that I uttered slander against that good county and her citizens in a speech at Richmond Dec 7 1908 I did not make the statement attributed to me by bii FYuysr3ild hfe ftilmd ht tifiy statement akin to it Mr Hays asked me publicly to tell the poo pie of Madison county about Pow wouldIwhat I said When I first went to Powell county as Judge whis key was sold at various places in the crunty some at licensed sa loons some at blind tigers some at moonshine stills During my term of office as many as twelve men have been killed in Powell county and frequently its waters human blood In my opinion this loss of human life was in each intstance traceable to whiskey In two local option elections the people of that county have voted to banish whiskey from the county and I as Judge have done what I could to secure the en forcement of the local option law and that course may bring down on me the opposition of some men in the county but 1 believe the good people of Powell county will show their appreciation of the firm stand I have taken for the enforcement of the law and majorityThatcounty find it is just what I have said time and again to the grand juries and other officers of PowellJcounty when I have appealed to them to aid me in securing tho enforcement of the law as it is written I do not know who are Mr Hays friends in the other counties but I do know that in Clark county his candidacy was promoted and encouraged and is now being pushed by such men as John E Garner and H P Thomson the former now holding office under Gov Willson and who has not voted for a Democrat for ten years and who has always been recog nizpd as a bolter while Thomson led the boltagainst Bryan in Clark county These men and their followers are my political ene mies because I have in every elec tion always voted the Democrato ticket and made square flght for the Democratic party and its candidates lotI1Hyy cat 1tH tof+ tht3 character of the mon who are leading his fight against me in Clark county to better enable the loyal Democrats of the district to decide where their duty lies in this race With unbounded gratitude to the friends who are standing by me nndwith malice towards none with charity for aUandwith absolute assurance of an overwhelming victory I make this final submission my claims J M BENTON Dec 22 1908 to A GREAT SAYINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days Lot No1 Hats That Were 8500 to 560 now 1375 Lot No 2 I U 350 to 400 u 8250 to 275 Lot No 3 260 to 300II 150 to 200 Lot No 4I I 160 to 200 100 to 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacri floe price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice Mrs WN Bush CLAY CITY KY j j 0 I i7 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEttY TnUBSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 24 1908 CLUB RATES For Iho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TurKs and CourierJournal 1100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announco James M Benton as a candidate for Circuit of the Twentyfifth Ju dicial District composed of Powell Clark Jessam ne and Madison coun ties subject to the action of the Dem ocratio arty I We are authorized to announce J Smith Hays as a candidatq for Circuit Judge or the Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Powell Clark Jes samine and counties subject to the action of the Democratic party For Sheriff We ore 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 thus EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Bemocrntic party We are authorized to announce J F WOODWARD a candidate for the office of County Court Olerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Dome cratic party For Superintendent of School We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr cnndklat for the olHceof County Superintendent of Schools of Powel county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYWRD 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 ell county subject to the action of the Democratc party We are authorized to announce Clmr 110ellDemocratic party For Assessor 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 Crabtreo as candidate for Assessor of Powell subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN B PATTOK candidate for tho office of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party p Christmas The glad joyous festal time is here and unnumbered hearts are beatingindelightful anticipation e Store windows are decked in hol iday attire The holly and ever green hang in festoons and the Wonderful Christmas tree is gradually putting in appearance Oheery voices Ting out in rehear sals of song and chorus for celebration night Merry Christmas is here and Christmas songs are flbngsof pence Christmas greetings are greetings of good will How they soften hard hearts pur ify base desired sweeten bitter thoughts and make every deed purer and holier every wish kind and terderer Let hearts ex land sympathies enlarge and good will reign Let benedictions drop from lips sand substantial gifts fall from overflowing hands 1 Make cheerless homes radiant and hopeless hearts to thrill with unspeakable gladness Forgive your enemies Bury the past Rise above the mean and pretty resentments which you may have harbored against those who have not used you well Be generous Get ready to start the new year with more kindly feelings and more noble ambitions Make the Christmas of this year a day to which you can always look back with pleasure and gratitude Peace and good will unto yon dear reader and a Merry Merry Christmas to all- Christian Endeavor Program for the regular week ly meeting of the Society Sun day December 27 lOS Subject N Faith Reference Deut 82 Mat 80 12 Mark 25 Luke 750 etc- OrganistaMiss Grace Shimfessel Leader Miss Ada sohn- sonSongEndeavor Society Chorus by Misses Myrtle Moore Sadie Rich Joycie Rich Inez Edge Pearl Philips Reese Shim fessel and Sallie Fletcher Reading Miss Grace Shimfessel Song by Misses Edna Earnest Ethel Johnson and Bennie Rich Reading Mrs Albert Burgher Chorus Geneva Adams Gran Hackworth Pierce Keith Mary G Eaton Mrs Cecil Williams Mr Oecil Williams The Society meets from 0 until 7 p m every Sunday evening All pro cordially invited CommissionerS Sale Powell Circuit Court J II Hardwick Plaintiff yersus James Wilkerson Defendant Notice of sale in equity 15- Hy virtue of a judgment and order of Bnleof the Powej Circuit Court ren dered at the November term 1908 thereof in the above cause thunder signed will on the 4th day of January 1009 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the higcst bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judg ment towit Situated on the waters of lied river Powell county Ky Beginning at Ed win Rose corner on the county road near the school house thence with the county road to the Clay Brown farm thence with the Clay Brown line to the Ularcum and Edwin Rose lines thence with said Roses line to the be ginning corner containing about 25 a ores more or less the same land pur chased by James Wilkerson from Ed win Rose or sufficient thereof to pro duce f89 60 SQ ordered ta be made Thopurclmjcr will bo required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Re plevin Bond bearing legal interest front the day of sale according tollw Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A Jien will be retained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner JRQMULTJS JAOKSON Master Comr Powell 0 0 BULLI DUUtlES IJULC3 f r MAAe SPECIAL tebaltd flea Dnatttrial L rem b penaunt Inoncr toner HatltfactloacauuxUxyior ruur 1llI1sllIlY Colleciloab d AdNlyw dw IL 1ii1Aate l eeaLw eN m =bur aIfood D a hUt f nlg rwwl-rwp TUf 01I r xm 4 Dawi prwW- yU1 Ll t CCAKAMTKED TO PIJEAHK mite todsy Mention this Paper u blrivu 3B CENTS t Uf iU wU t UK nlwkl MtholloC rwgl4k e1 t1luttUit=nde DUW tW A 4D14PLuL nHmfatwteMtliNbIwDrw roll fftftiMl n1J00nll snu IIQ tBuk 1363 BOCZZSI IT- sOcaroRDrr i4I Card 0frei CSr r To our customers we desire tif thank each of youzjor your business in the pastnd assure no one has appreciated your trade more than weT those who owe us we would say that their accounts have been turned over to Mr John M Kennon who will be pleased to seothem and write them a receipt injEull Kirk Waldron Let the keynote of our Christmas be loveponce ou earth good will to men Let those whom God has blessed with plenty see to it that their neighbors and friends have good cheer and abundance to make their hearts glad There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than nil oth er diseases pnt together and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local reme dies and by Constantly failing to Lure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitution al disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F Jr Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitution il cure ou the market It yl taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful Itacts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system fhey offer one hundred dollars for uny case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by DruggUts 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation j- u Hotel for Rent or Lease Central Hoteha 3 story buldin vith2 rooms artjyfurni8rled in eluding a large sample room iind ill necessary outbuildings and plenty of water on the lot Locattlclt to depot For further information apply to Mrs Jennie Russell Clay City Kv FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TREES LV f Everything f r Orchard LawnJaiidpardeni FREE Catalogue We have no Agents H F Hilelimi3yer 80Is LEXIHOTOH XY 1Y poresHiethat ordinary ruptii11notdissolve jII t1CS all tho soapeuntalninganiilgr orcJcnnerSlt hnprtsit delightful i exceptionfillyTO Tit = HOUSCWIFE j TakoasotrarwliiinlitU SKIDOO1 bn yy n c at t h re brass t fqfnthing it dud qt harm ihe skin like ordinary scuurigsocps t muco than any other kind of soap often d QIIQ can will cbnvlhce you A great big ran far lee Oct H from your grace or drug lot Vtlto manrt wenUI tend yrfl one nr irjiuu 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No prtrioM rieac or Laowh cdft nccctMiy WriiTH OJ out Phane- ILntd11i1 Gem Lc cloa belICetlrlieu tWn1 ea sue tool AtLABOurTI tniPkoNt aHowta1 arukr prit JeIDilltl w tud Nahdeb me d ro- uaeAmeeae2lhit I Ii1IIl fAKMUSPIMKWCS OONTRY NUCWAMTS COrAphone the II clletll VMI toad low lffu C 4yondirtrtt k bdnp- WntToder IodfttCaodr FotaIMtadUiMim ouMoirt our boon noth5boi RrUfinf Lena Dutinct Td Wh BMMrict inJ 9Al for iu gin KMM MMI ifLitttomg AtiotIoct wtrranied and teed I t112L WteTody REMtMIIEJHHI6OfFERlSrOAUMTEDlMEOtolLi 11rtlTndr 0 Thif SUMTLRTLLLPHt114BaAHiWACTURINa C01tPMIYo 1t2 MJ TZN s CitYeIBS I w J t k I tt rfi = 1 JfHE TiMES i l AN ALL HOME IiADEFER THURSDAY Deci 24lnOS LOCAL BREVITIES Christmas shopping seems to lie brisk with our merch- antsi0iize has moved from Cob Hill to jHard wicks Greek =rJudceTi J Fletcher Is confin ed to his room from effects of the grip F B F Ledford is moving from his farm on Hardwicks creek to Snow creek- ForSaloCottage s of four rooms ipbuef ess part of town Apply yat hi8 offlce T Miss Mary Shimfessel visited friends in x Lexington the latter part of the week- Frenchburg wants a college and has raised 1500 subserip tion toward securing it Mrs Win Ware has beat very sick for several days but is now getting along very well Mrs Lou Groves has gone to Cincinnati to spehd Jhe winter with her son Charlie Groves Rumor has it that there will be several Christmas weddings about Olay City this year to being cqming off immediately Mrs Florence Tipton formerly of this city and Mr W F Ragland were married in jWin Chester Thursday December 17 Our newsspace is pretty well icrowded this week by advertis ndlt a most appropriate time during theholidays f T Judge J Smith Hays spoke to afjiir sized crowd at the schoolhouse Tuesday night and made a good impression upon the voters The Christmas tree will be had atjhe Christian church Friday night instead of tonight as first intended as stated in our last r issueSquire Wm Townsend of Bowen was in the city yesterday andjeported the primary electonP very much mixed in that part of t the county qr I A Dangerous Operation i is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings New Life Pills is very sub I jected to this frightful ordeal t lheywork so quietly you dont They cure constipation hi dchebilUousneuand malaria + 25c atalt drugstores i Only Spend a Dollar Love and confidence have fled from many a home and left them wrecks because the family has beyond its means When o instead of spending less than one hundred cents of the dollar ma nypeople spend the whole dollar- land go inio debt heart burping hrid mutual fault finding are sure ito result 1ThialsWorthReidlagLeo Gibson StSBBuffalo2T sayst Poured tho ino8t cold sorerever had With Buokleris Arnica Salve i applied this salve once a day fpr i two days when every trace of the 40r9 was gonet Heals all eores Sold under guarantee at druggists 25u 1 ti Ji t1 P MaUppin fix that Clock or watch fof reason i bleahd eatisfactiorrflwys t iiIIr L The Slieriff of jprfe received n letter from statin that Dldk Bowen who was want ed for killing his brothernt Bowen last summer was there amid could be arrested Time letter iWfii sent to Powell county French burg Agitator Medicine That is Medicine I kayo suffered a good deal with malaria and stomachcomplaints but L have now found a remedy that keepsme well and that rem idyls Electric litters a medicjen that Is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions says WO Kiestler of Hiillidny Ark Electrio Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak Your mon eywill be refunded if it fails to help you500 at all drug stores Big Tax Sale Sheriff J M Kennon has prepared a list of about 129 names whose property will be sold at February court for tax the same paperThisnumber of sales vhich proves that the people of Powell are feeling the sting of the panic which didnt subside with the e lection Marked for Death Three years ago I was marked death A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doc tors failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A Or Williams of Bio Ky The firsfdose helped me and improve ent kept on until I ladgained 58- poundQin weignt and my health was fully restored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for cou hland colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneumonia oH under guarantee by all druggists 50 and 100Ida- t bottle free IPay your subscription in time for the editor to enjoy Christmas too II UNION LAWN FENCE f w Costs Torr HtOe Droves Terr BBtltv Letory for lawns door yams gag dens Wo snake fenclne for lawns door yanl held nor and poultry Write far ontuloe UNION FENCE CO DeKalb IIL Kansas City Mo SEEDSFresh RillablB Pure t3esreeteed to Plese miyerrOsrdenerandPlantershonldteat inperfbr merits of Our Northern Drown See- elPUIaFfIER FOR 10 CENTS FAMOUS wo will tend postpaid our- COLLECTION I Ins1ptaera7Tntt aI KwlUk 4 iisretawa46bb u1- 0ailsTsr1aawwWMnrsaAs s 100- Wit ta4sJl eau t0s6 tapP ty a4 IM raln the sbaf qas COIN tm v1tII Rnr tad iBrinutlT UrJn O14 eXEAT SEED CO 1 Rose t KeokfordIlllBoU r A 010 f Ix a Save This Anyway Here is ample homemade mix ture as eminent author Icy on Kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken beforelho stage of Brlghts disease He states that such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate espec fully at nightjpninful and discol 01 ed urination ore readily over come Here is the recipe Try it Fluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three Ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these ingre dients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a pe culiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urina ry structure and often overcomes the worst forms 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 blond and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription I Try one years subscription to The TIMES this Christmas as nil appropriate gift We guarantee it to please Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all huntingand trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this notice B B IlUTfiON I I 111iWinchestr Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiKHSFoox Irw Gapital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 84 ae B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Fall Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and SuitsA Also can tarnish Home Made Cot e flan to Orderon Short Notice e I When Desired West Bend Ky e tle + o 1 + +++ t u+ 1 1Watchmaker IJ and eweler 3 L 1 3 a1Kinds of Watch and Clock tAll von Short Notice and ableTerms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Use of i i Jewelry 5c Spectacles Call and see me in the Red River Hotel Building I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY +01 + + + + + + + + fti 7 i- z17 fY IFor C 4 xi Mrs Santo Smethers of Indi ana who has been on a visit to Mrs Susie Smithers and Wm Smethers ofthis county and rel atives jn Estill county returned home Monday No more long fitnubscriptions so renew today Notice fnu Primary Election- At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell coun ty Kentucky persuant to dup 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 Congleton 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 1009 a primary election be held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6th Ipop that a poll be opened in each of the several precincts of said coun ty from 6 A M 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 n Clerk for each of the precincts in said County but that the Clerk phall 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 Committee on or before the 7th day of January 1000 and that the per sons giving such written notice shall be permitted tft have their names printed on the ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the llth day of January 1000 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 said 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 1000 deposit with the Chairman of this Corn mittee the sum of 10 00 to be used in defraying of the expenses incident to the said primary election except candidates for Mal istrates and they shall deposit the sum of 5 00 and Constables 1 50That in the event thq whole of the sum so deposited is nutJIIconsumed 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 an is required by law the expenses ofwhich shall be paid from the sum of money so deposited This Committee shall meet in the Court House tit Stanton on 13th day of February 1000 to receive and canvass the returns and award the certificates of nomination i Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1908 LUTHER LOVING J H OREAK Secretary Churn Powell Co Democratic Com TIIE 4 CLAY CITY NATIONAL ti BANK CLtY CITY KENTUCKY IsurPlutijM H Courtney President A TWhitt Cashier II TraiuaOj any business consilient with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ation Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time 3Doposit a r TTTTTTTTTT + TTTTTTrr1TTTTTTTTI iINSURE WITH i i SON i t The JLiOudiiip Innurauoo Agents of Eastern JtContuolcy 200000000IEvery one who knows anything about insurance know II they are leaders in this line + + + + + + + + +x + t + t L t r I KILL THE COUCHlAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Driings DiscovlryII TIfIFI0Pressed r Crapes For the table for the room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for many years but we believethis years product is the crown of perfection Grape Juice stands for progression Better each year Im proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing and developing Nabolh Grape Juice now going out is we think a better than ever before In color a beautiful deeR red flavor that of the Concord Cripe token from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior qualky ofNabcth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Invigorating THE NABOTH YVRDS Srocteu 1 York y rWrY THE CHILDRSMSS eUARBIN j THE DOCTORIH YOURH- OMEVICK5S I Croapxi PI1i mcniaE- XTEi1TiAL SALVE I Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Threa Sizes 25c SOc and 100 I I jComblnedstlmulantcovcrlngand roup minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis + and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worthttyweighiingod Cflatami to bo wHIioaf M Sold druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY by VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C r I The Grew Sisratea and Dism ieGemetJCures acute And chords clianhocr dysen unplrlntAMatiewent of typhoid fcvtr Same wonderful results obtained in all parts of the world II WORKS LIKE MAGIC tiPrice25 cents per tax accept a anbnltnto a socalledlust asffood Iyoardrp t but it anddout care to get It for you tud direct to i THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY OsweBerNY USA SPOUT SPRING Dave White has moved to the village u MT uhd MraQhits cl h via ited here S4urdayand Sunday 4 The public school Jre taught by Miss Nannie Hamilton closes this week Mrs Shelt McKinnoy who has been very sick with fever is now slowly improving Mrs Asa Todd has beejr in a very dangerous bdifditionHbut is some better at this time Oscar Milton and family and Mr and Mrs Everett Barnett have returned from Danverj Ill to reside I Judge J N Benton willspeak in this city next Tuesday night in the interest of his candidacy for Oiicuit Judg- eCommissioners t Sale Powell Circuit Court Frank B Russell Plaintiff versus Oi 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 Juno term 1907 thereof undersignedI1 oclock pOl1 thereabout being Court Day will proceed to otter for sale at Public uctlon to the highest bidder on u credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judg I rwent tuwit Lying on the waters of Tug creek a tributary of Red river in Powell coun ty Ky and hounded and desribedas follows Tract No 1 Beginning at a stake In the old npperson 888 E line name slake being a corner to the 0 0 I Curtis survey thence N 88 W 70 60 poles to a stone in the Stanhope Vir- den road thence with the meanders of sold road S Soy W4024 poles S1- 1PI 724 poles to u stake in the forks Stnnhope shop Everman cf Devils Backbone roud 824 E 2812 poles 8 44JiJ E 2940 poles to a largo white oak stump cornerin theMarlon Curtis survey nnd at the forks DevllBabk bone and iravit road at which stands tree mall saplings namely a cedar hickory and pout oak thence with Ma lion Curtis survey 8 t3 E 1510 poles to a black gum corner in the Wm Mastin Ji1 survey N 78 degrees and A minutes E f828 poles to a corner in the old Wm Mastin Sr survey thence with 0 C Curtis survey N 16 14 E 91 28 poles to the beginning containing 40 7i0 acres Tract No 8 BegIn ninK at a 10inch black oak oh the side of Stanhopes shop road corner in the Wm Mastin Sr survey thence with ilaatin survey S 28 j W 63 C6 poles N 89W 40 88 poles to three hickorys two dog woods and one black onkN 10 14 E 91 28 poles to a stake which bears a quaking asp 8 inches in diameter M 16 14 E 12 links thence with lower Vpperson line S 83 E 2486 poles to a stake near a large pin in edge of Vir den and Stanhope shop road corner the Alex Anderson survey 8 8J E41 poles to the beginning 27 2100 acres or sufficient thereof to produce 200 00 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from tile day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be ro tRilled on the laud sold till all the pur chase motley is paid Jtond payable to the clerk of tills court ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court I MoCULLOUGHS LIFE SAYING BLOOD PURIFIERA Speedy and Safe Remedy for all Diseases of Ia Skin sad BteiRestores Vitijitv Rent 3 Slr uirh Cleanses and rrriclifi ortAncspc ially nluabIc relnt fur livIU Cinbuutl 3 rr 1 ptuU n t yrv rous Uaiiioru Ulcers laugwurnisOldbure3rouIaSyphiiiticAffi + tie SfToilm Muinors ISoUlics PuUuls Salt Uicum and alt Hca S u iingliutn impure WIXK ur lowcijnlton of the system Lspedallyjvcoiiim iidc for all tonne ottintic JtIicHmuUain r PRICE OWE DOLLAR PER BOTTLi FOR SALEBYDRUGGIS7S anufaoturd by KcCULLOlJGH CHEGICAL CG KMQH TtnnMicet f 1 We fu- rFURS IM HlWeL 1 FetienTioJIot B Mix Omnfmg APV1eWildoubW IB I8S6O4tuEeessalila Ln3 a bi Ufoeiroators agent or fiiaBuim litttKuli FUfcraxt ur sEir Lea WriWf eeutl- aic lut led iVSpciM tip fJ 229 Eo MuM Sk tOUliWUEj KY F r Sete One second han shejlt iron wood- besting stove Apply athlsolUcep- ate ROY liifji Hlcka Almanac For 1909 r a yNoy15191J9- best ever sent out hetiijtliulcovers in colors fine portniU f Prof Hicks in colors all t ht old leaturee and several new ones in the honk The best astronomical year hook and the oolyr0adjBbiJuliilng the 0 riginaPHicKHlyj ajhPr Forecasts By mall35c onjnewB plants SOo One copy fre Ji h Wordand Works the best11 Monthly in A nierlca Discounts on almanacs In quantities 4ieiijtt tfanted Word and Works n 2201 Locust Street St Louis MpJ citi zen owes it himself to hill fellows and to Prof s to possess the t Hicks forecaBl the or yreUft ble r Parmfor Sale Boundaryofshout 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price 8120000 andw Jllworth the mon ey Mrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Icy Renew your aUBscrfption today J We Want The Orphans The HighlandtlrphanB Home itt Clay City is fely for the orphan girls in themautlttt ins It is a large three story briaklliouee beautifully situated at Cltity Itis owned by the Society lf Soul Wjnner8 add supported bygAtoijiedple Very where Orphan glrlQ twe n the ages of five and I1h lteiltfwill ere newed if eljgibftv We hope to take the boys lat re Before thoy are sent we wailfUo know the name age health haracter etc etc Only thosevwhu have neither father or mother wilbbe relieved at present We request all those who have any such cbildren towriteto- DrEdwurd 0 Gumant Wilmore Ky Also will thank all ministers and county nfficerfttogive mforma tion as to anysucbhildrenThe Elaine will clotheeducate and care for these childreniprHis sake who loves them Thereys noLa better homeill Kentucky Wjite at once to Dr EdwardjO Guerrant Wilmore Ky kPUOKE8810N AL CARDS ay ww RAIRVIN yI0PH- YSIOIANAND5BUROE01t OLAY OITYpKY r SMITH M0 IBR AND URQEON VITY KY RC WELCH HoratawlSTANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In datbCommonwealth SEEtDSNortbemGmwaPcdJanedsuccessful aced growing bchludabew Itpasteplant the best- Seasonable Speclilln I1B NSEarlletJrdVlellllllC ItsoBsabel elNenSlr1nWanlwetlImii Kd Se hthet ituehelCurtiesA rEAS L3OBushelNew ypEushelBackbeea ofSeedsrlaetsaa mllIIataourteywritetudayH W BilCSEEtkti diaSl aulwySee3 PtatkkNIrtip j r Iil t01 M Ytr j r cr mps IIi FA r Thousands of laies sufferajfpiiieiB xtfonth tyou do jpandtJihi1rIs Itnatural3 Einphatlrtally and ppBitively NQ Then make up ypur mind to prevent or cure this need e a suffering rAIE r I It Will Help You IltJlfered9 year writes Mrs Sarah J Hoa kins of Cary Ky Ihad female troubleand would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me Yithpain I tried everything to get relief but and at last began to take ar IgtveOardniAT ALL DRUG STOBZ8 SIIMMA1Y OF L 13i E TIt4E T 3LE EastBound WestBound No 2I P M 225Ob 8120 384 3 60- 858 405 414 430 435 447 510 GQ5 No 4 DailyA 735 813a2G 842 902 910 915 922 938 943 956 1017 11Y16 1120 I 8tatinnp LexirigtonI r Vinchejfer L t1 Jnnctinn Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stnnton Rosalyn Filson Campion Jnnotlon Natural Bridge Torrent 1 Beattyville Jcti- 0 de K Junction Jackson INI A N- OtfiSf 91 900 845 825 R15- 809 803 748 t4hI 707 j bah 610 No 31 I Daily P Ili 606 520 507 453 435 426 420 414 357 355 34182O 225 220 I IBunqAM 10 25 946 934 920 902 a54 848 842 828 K26 81if 754 705 700 Tho Following CONNECTIONS Vre made Diiily Except Sunday Lv E Junction Nrta 1 and 3 will connect with th 7 dc ORail way for Ml Starling Ky Campton Jun ttonNos 12 Wand 4 wilt conn ltwith T eMoun thin Central Kail way foVpassflngers to and rrllmOmptriKv Beattyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the Ltk A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction N083 and 4 will onnect with the 0t K Railway for Cannelait = Ky and way stations I is nota cure allbuta guarantet U cure 101 JLUA miiammaiory and chronic Purilits the blood HVLT and ulunia uh tnueraplain positive guarantee to refund the money if n cure la nut tiu iiu relieved I chronic and long continued attacks of rheumatism afterthe best physicians had failed to do so Ills a preparation that cannot Has been tested by the people leading druggists merchants and physicians also someof the leading pronounceBreedepsino equal Guaranteed under thePuru Food and Drug Act Price 196 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS Jfyour dealer should not carry this prepare t ation write direct tons REEDCN MEDICINE cOn Chattanooca Tcnnl yare two of the worst enemies ofHoof iiusc vho contemplate building should have die tQnti1ut vi ASBESTOS ROOFING altis proof against bothbecau8titlscODItructJ Asbestos and Asphalt J iat snot rust or decay Besides it possesses a alypeculiarly Its own Itxequiresnocoatingr r y we send you samplos sjad prices H JohnsMaarsdlle Cp It- r ClevelandO 4- t H t rJ LETTERS FROM USERS OF tHE Syracuse EASY Wisher Toar 1eteseeeees I teamed mare atroatiasatdogoak el an the WOIBtID 70U IOU1dItaa4111 a row 1 T8 been usual LaeelrtwWungti JK1IYBDJIaaptoBy t1ObnlUll wUh 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