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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x 1- KTHE a CLAY CITY TIMES1 t J r 50 Cents a Year In Advance immtiWe rtonnnngConntry and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 7 VOL XIV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 7 J909 NO1 JUDGE BENTON WINS N PrimaryThursday In the Democratic primary lection last Thursday Judge J M Denton was elected by the large majority of 2810 The vote was light many Democrat not comingout being satisfied with th evident result without par ticipating Benton carries Madison count ty by C78 votes Clark county by 780 and Jessamine by 753 The vote in Powell follows Benton Hays OlayOityU 1K 31 Hardwicks Creek 4Q 15 Stanton i 73 51r Virden L 20 8 North Fork 7 i2 South Fork 67 48 Slade 17 5 Total 889 160 Bentons majority 170 Bentdns large majority was ndt because of Hnvs unpopulari ty but was becuiise of Bentous exceeding popularity We dont RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4807944 Overdrafts 115642 Banking House and Lot 335897 Due from Banks 1984013 Furniture and Fixtures 241158 Cash in Safe 754797 8240621 believe there was a vote c storI Benton because the voter was against Hays but was n just re- wardI for one of the best Circuit Judges that ever aton the bench Even so large a majority for a Judge like Mr Benton is no discredit to any gentleman Thus considering the situation as it really is Judge Hays made a good race and ppsibly better than fillY othpr lawyer in the district All true Democrats are proud of the nominee and will accord to him a united support which means ho opposition in the final race next fall Messrs Benton andOrutcher make a fine team For County Attorney Judge M A Phillips announc es in this issue of the Times as candidate for County Attorney Judge Ppillips is a good lawyer a d Democrat and would fill the office with credit to himself andtyo the county He has out lined his policy and if elected he will use every effort to bring thesefesults to pass He is wor thy a careful consideration by tlitf Democrats of the county Condensed Siatement of the Powell County Deposit Bank Stantonkcntucy r 4Lthe Close oLBsines IDECEMBEC 3Mi 1908 f J LIABILITIES Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 300193 Unpaid Dividends 90000 Due Banks 0000000- Individual Deposits 6350428 I 824062 We desire to acknowledge our thanks to the people of this county and clh erxuilomers for their confidence goodwill and general patronage and solicit a continuance of sameEH FULLER Cashier k1 Nvwrvvvrvvv w 2 f 1 JUST RECEIVED 1 New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps Newest Styles and Lowest Prices 1 CALL AND SEE THEM c SHIMFESSEL u tt 0 k or 1 rit r w- S0 f + 4 115 rTo Th Derhocrats of PowellsjCounty 1 Jain a candate j for the office of C A of Powell County subjeto the voice of the Derriocracyflt the Primary on thejirst SatUfday in February 1000 r r JI 1 made tlfelinfee three years ago fur this office and was defeat ed at the aiy a gentleman and that by aSpall majority I made a hard fi iht and after the smoke of theBKttle of the bal lots had cleared away I found mjSelf with a e family and largely indebteiI I sold the last shingle from d r head to pay my election debts but I am proud of my rice and let me thank every maivwho stood by and went dowith me in defeat I thanfelyou again from tiu very bottomtof my heart for your support Lam in fttootgaod schools j- anI in favor off i god roads at a fair price I jhi favor of low taxes I am 1 vor of a County Treasurer Ijam jn favor of a system by Wlll h when a poor min does Idl swork for the County and hh hie claim allow ed ho can ta1ipih claim to the County Treasurer and get his moneythe sanl f it is allow ed and not liuv to wait Eigh teen month oiv Jhave hTs claim 15tb geEiTs 1 uli0rt- im r I opposed to whiskey in all its forms lam opposed to crime I am apposed to graft I am Opt posed to high salaries of officers I am opposed to the allowance of illegal claims I im opposed to any officer of the County being allowedany additional fees fur services other than his salary because it is contrary to law and should I be elected the a bove principlesjwill be my aim and I promise you now if you willelect me to this office it will be the pride of my life I will bend every effort in my power to upbuild the grand old County of Powell and to make it possible for the tax ridden people within her confines prosperous and happy I want you to vote for me not because I want the office but for your own welfare as well I leave it witluyou My life for seven teen years is an open book to you you all know it I have practiced law for 81 years and if elected will need no assistance to perform my duty as your utter hey No additionarattorney fees will the county have to pay 1 will give you my whole time in a sob rand impartial discharge of my duty al your servant I want you all to elect me Try me and Biicli you will find me to be Yours truly M A Phillips Sues for Divorce Alleging abandonment crtrel and inhuman treatment Ida PolwellOhusband Cliff Stokley for a di vor eSIe alsbVasks that the de fenduntjbe compelled to pay her a reasonable sum for thesupport of her and infant chJJd during the pendencyftlie action 1 rr TY r f f1 t t 0 11 MARRIED Mr Clint Rose of this city was married Thursday Dec 81st to Miss Jennie Norton of Stanton Mr Rose is a most promising young farmer while the bride is the beautiful daughter of Attorney A H Norton of Stanton The Times extends congratulations At the residence of the brides parents I S Boone in Stanton Mr Fred Ware of Hardwicks Greek and Miss Edna Bootie were married by the Rev R A Irvin Both of the contracting parties are prominent young people and are teachers in the county public schools The best wishes of the Times go with the happy young couple Court News The regular January term of the Powell County Court was in session at Stanton Monday and the following cases were dispos ed of Commonwealth versus M Spen cen charged with presenting a deadly weaponverdict of not guiltyCommonwealth versus John Wright with selling a deadly weapon without license dis missedThe Board of Supervisors of Powell county is in session at Stanton this weekTht follow gentlemen compost the hourd Jol1ii A Iiogrrsq1OMiJr h rlf J B Eaton Albert Bowon and John W Williams School Troubles Tho City Council seems to bo having some trouble with the thePrincilpalsseem to be running very smoothly The whole trouble seems to be the inability of Miss Tracy to control some of the pupils in her n room Miss Tracy is a good teacher and a fine lady but it seems that some of the boys nod girls of her room insist in taking a part in the school government which doesnt work well She has had to dismiss some of her pupils The matter has been compromised by all the children being allowed to come back to schoolwith instructions to dismiss in the future when any child can not obey the rules of the school nnd submit to proper punish ment See notice of tax sale by Sher ilF at Stanton next County Court day This is the largest list ever advertised iu Powell county which proves that times are nut very nourishing for some in this county 010 TomlitiEon has returned from Bay City Mich and resum ed his duties as saw filer in the BrodheadGarrett mill John P Gaylord has gone out of the blacksmith and repair shop business He has been suc ceeded by Kimbrell Bros We area day late this week on account of pressing work whichcould not he delayed Mrs J W Williams visited Mrs B 11 McPherson at Wit Chester Friday 11 eatrut cpur lb1liura 7alt yi10 are in arrears will call and sett lo what they owe Tim powtiil laws unreservedly require that subscrip tines must be paid in advance and at least cannot lie innileTTafter une yeirn delinquency We dislike 10 discontinue the paper to any suii iber who wants it and we Ulan dislike to disobey the Inw which puts UH in n hard place that can he Ill easily remedied by nil payingup Flense do this m Wi JL WI A GREAT SAVINGS SALE I For the Next 20 Daysi r J r otNo1 Hats That Were 8500 to 550 now 375 Lot No 2II 350to 400II 8250to 275 Lot No 3 250 to 300I 150 to 200 LotNo 4 I 150 to 2001 100 to 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacrifice price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very 00 Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY V- MIIiIua1R I 7 r r s f rryf J vK 0 i t z t 1u + 14 nky AY rfYllk CITY TIMESr t i 50 Cents a Year in Advanc We are here to ielptiay iy jre Snrrotmding Country and Ourselves 113 Burgher Publisher VOL XIV CLAY CITY ZY THURSDAY JANUARY 7 J90il NO1 JUDGE BENTON WINS Nomination In Democratic Primary Thursday For Circuit JudgeJ In the Democratic primary lection last Thursday Judge J M kenton was elected by the large majority of 2840 The vote was light many Democrats riot comingout being satisfied with the evident result without par ticipating Benton carries Madison count ty liy 078 votes Clark county by 780 and Jessamine by 753 The vote in Powell follows Benton Hays OlayOityu 125 311 Hardwicks Creek 4Q 15 Stanton 78 51 Virden M 1 20 8 North Fork 7 12 SouthPork 67 48 Slade 17 5 Total 880 ICO Bentons majority 170 Bentons large majority was ndt because of Hays unpopulari ty but was because of Beatons oxceeding popularity We dont RESOURCESs Loans and Discounts 4807944 Overdrafts 115642 Banking House and Lot 335897 Due from Banks 1984013 Furniture and Fixtures 241158 Cash in Safe 754797 8240621 believe there was a vote cast for Benton because the voter was against Hays but was a just reward for one of the best Circuit Judges thatevertmJon the bench Even so large a majority for a Judge like Mr Benton is no dis credit to any gentleman Thus considering the situation as it really is Judge Hays made a good race and posibly better than any othpr lawyer in the district All true Democrats are proud of the nominee and will accord to hima united support which means no opposition the final race next fnllJMessrs Benton andCrutcher make a fine team I For County Attorney Judge M A Phillips announces in this issue of the Times as candidate for County Attorney Judge Ppillips is a jtoodlawyerI a gad Democrat the office with credit to himself andtjo the county Ho has out lined his policy and if elected he wil use every effort to bring these esults to pass He is wor thy a careful consideration by thtfDernocrats of the county BankILIABILITIES Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 300193 Unpaid Dividends 90000 Due Banks 0000000- i Individual Deposits 6350428 I 8240621 We desire to acknowledge our thanks to the people of this county and oth er customers for their confidence goodwill andgeneral patronage and solicit a continuance of sameE H FULLER Cashier f- Yr j JUST RECEIVED i j New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps i Newest Styles and LowesT Prices 1- i CALL AND SEE THEMy tC SMIMFESSELI I J v 0 Si i t I I itc Yr 4Y It f rw To Thepemocrats of PoweI i County 1 am a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Powell County the voice of Democracy at the Primary on thejirst Saturday in February 1009 o Ji 1 made thence three years ago for this office and was defeated at the poll ay a gentleman and that by s majority I made a httrdaltht and after the smoke of the hnttle of the bal lots had cleared away I found mjSelf with family and largely indebteljI sold the last shingle n o fer head to pay my election debts but I am proud of my rice and let me thank every mau who stood by and went dowivi with mo in de feat I thanKlyou again from tlii very bpttomof my heart for your support f schoolsJLs MBlt 411 9ogood I an in favor o god roads at a fair price lajjtin favor of low taxes I ain invor of a County Treasurer Itain In favor of a system by li when a poor roan does a SaVswork for the County and hh his claim allowed he can tat 1I VK cluint to the County10 Treasnrerand get his money the same f day it is allowed and not havfr to wait eigh teen montIia ii hitve liia clam 15 gfe jjtfbyV 7 W 1 am opposed to whiskey in all its forms Inm opposed to crime I am apposed to graft I am op posedto high salaries of officers I am opposed to the allowance of illegal claims J1m opposed to any officer of the County being allowedany additional fees for services other Jhan his salary because it is contrary to law and should I be elected the a hove principles will be my aim and I promise you now if you willelect me to this office it will be the pride of my lifeIwill bend every effort in my power to upbuild the grand old County of Powell and to tnako it possible for the tax ridden people within her confines prosperous and huppyJI want you tip vote for me not because I wantthe office but for your own welfare as well I leave it with ou My life for seven teen years i8an open book to you you all know it I have practiced law for 81 years and if elected will need no assistance to perform my duty as your attorney No additionarattorney fees will the county have to pay I will give you my whole time in a 80b rand impartial discharge of my duty nl your servant I want you nil to elect me Try me and such you will find me to be Yours truly M A Phillips Sues for Divorce Alleging abandonment crtrel anti inhuman treatment Ida PolwellOilcult husband Cliff Stokley for a die vorce SIe al asks that the de- rfenlantecompelled to pay her a reasonable sam for the support of her and infant cjiild during the pendencyJ51tlie actions s vy 1 f lito A MARRIED Mr Olint Rose of this city was married Thursday Dec 31st to Miss Jennie Norton of Stanton Mr Rose is a most promising young farmer while the bride is the beautiful daughter of Attor ney A H Norton of Stanton The Times extends congratula tions At the residence of the brides parents 1 S Boone in Stanton Mr Fred Ware of Hardwicks Creek and Miss Edna Boone were married by the Rev R A Irvin Both of the contracting parties are prominent young people and are teachers in the county public schools The host wishes of the Times go with the happy young couple Court News The regular January term of the Powell County Court was in session at Stanton Monday and the following cases were dispos ed of Commonwealth versus M Spen cen charged with presenting a deadly weaponverdict of not guiltyCommonwealth versus John Wright with selling a deadly weapon without licensedis missedThe Board of Supervisors of Powell county is in session at Stanton this weekTht follow il gentlemen compose the board JolfifA RogrsTD AIofeheiiflf J B Eaton Albert Bowen and John W Williams School Troubles Tho City Council seems to bo having souse trouble with the school or in fact with the Princi pals room only The other two seem to be running very smoothly The whole trouble seems to be the inability of Miss Tracy to control some of the pupils in her room Miss Tracy is a good teacher and a fine lady but it seems that some of the boys and girls of her room insist in taking a part in the school government which doesnt work well She has hud to dismiss some of her pupils The mutter has been compromised all the children being allowed to come back to school with instructions to dismiss in the future when any child can not obey the rules of the school and submit to pro or punishment See notice of tax sale by Sher ill at Stanton next County Court day This is the largest list ever advertised in Powell county which proves that times are nut very nourishing for some in this county 0 F Tomlinson has returned from Bay City Mich and resumed his duties as saw filer in the BrodheadOarrett mill John P Gaylord has gone out of the blacksmith and repair shop business lie has been suc ceeded by Kimbrell Bros aWe are u day late this week on account of pressing work whichcould not be delayed f Mrs1 W Williams visited Mrs B M McPherson at Wit Chester Friday iw11eatruscOurN llbIliuraall 71iQ art in arrears will call and settle what they owe The postal laws unreservedly require that subscrip tines must be paid in advance and at least cannot he maileTftifter nne years delinqueneyWe dislike 10 discontinue the paper to any sun ixuiber who wants it and we also j dislike 10 disobey the law which puts us in a hard place Unit can he Ill easily remedied by all paying up Please do this fil m m mfl I A IFor4 O LotNo1 Hats That Were 8500 to 550 now 375 r Lot No2II 350 to 400CI 8250to 275 4 Lot No 3II II 250 to 300 150 to 200 LotNo 4 II 150 to 200 100 to 150 3 Every Hat in the Store at a sacri floe price Now is your chance to I buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY I- IWiif7r f S- a f J 1 M THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THOKSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Sitscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Jan 7 1900 CLUB R TESIFor the scribers wo have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 I Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 W Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS For County Judge DInell county subject to the action of the Democratic partyFor Sheriff Wo are authorized to announce A P Johnson as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county subject to tho action of of tho Democratic party For County Clerk Wo are authorized to announce CHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Court Cheek subject to the action of the Democratic party JFpf County Court Clerk of Powell coun ty subjectto the action of tho Domo cratic party For Superintendent of School Wo are authorized to announce II A Irvin Sr candidat for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of- Poweli county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLOKD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the notion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor subject to the action of tho Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Char fowellDemocratic party For AMcinr We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce G A Crabtree as candidate for Assessor of Powell subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN B PATTON candidate for the office of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will enter a motion in the Powell County Court tit its February 1009 term to have created a new Voting Precinct in Powell county beginning at the mouth of Sand Lick branch in the Slade precinct line thence up the Sand Lick with said line to the Estill and Powell county line thence with the Estill and Powellcounty line to the forks of the county road at Estill Furnace r thence with the road lead ing toward Stanton until it Teaches the junction of the Oat creek and Stanton road thence r a straight line to include tho res idence of Jim Ed Townsend thence up the Beech branch of Cat creek so ao to include the residence of Doc Spencer to the z top of Gritters ridge to the pointy nearest mouth of Sand lick thence to the mouth of Sand Lick the beginning so as to include t the residence of Johnathan Boyd J A Rogers and others w h y Misery In Stomachv Why not start nowtoday and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good eat then take Papes Diapepain to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling liken lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseousodors Papas Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutesThere is nothing else better to take Gas from the Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intes tines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for as simulation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it U hen Diapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in or der cleans upand then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stom ach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin tuk ing Diapepsin Tell your druggist thatyou want Papes Ditipepsin because you want to be thorough ly cured of indigestion Card of Thanks To our customers we desire to thank each of you for your busi = ness in the push and assure no one has appreciated your trade more than we To those who owe us ve would say that their accounts hove lieen turned OVT to Mr Julio M Kennon who will be pleases to see them and write linn a mf in full Kirk VVuldron r A SMA- LLBluegrass Farm FOR SALE I will sell at Public Auction on the premises at Schoolsville Wednesday Jan 2009- at 10 A M mv farm of 42 Acres of firstclass Bluegrass land to be surveyedThis lies on the pike and is in a high state of cultivation not having been plowed for 12 years and is well set in Blue Grass and all good tobacco land It is well located and fenced and has a good barn on it capa ble of holding 3 acres of tobacco Any one wishing to see the farm can apply to me at Win chester Ky or Mr James Huf faker who lives in sight of the place and who will take great pleasure in showing it Terms easy and will be made known on day of sale Dr Glenmore Combs Winchester Ky Jonas II Bush Auctr k Ui iEED5 tt iTSPECIALOFFER hhI4bLtt 1 1ia IiU lliaLla Kimtiell e l i d MrallciMrsi WEeXie of Clark county w r lIere the iiist of the week W G Patrick bought ofHar- min Winburn one Sybur old mule for 115 45 Miss Lille Barns visited herr aunt Mrs Amos Gain at Clay City the first of this week Mrs Sarah Beaverof Hard wicks Greek visited her daugh ter Mrs Dan Henry last week Mrs A J Larison und chil dren of Spout Spring have been here this week visitingTelatives 0 0 Elkin who left this coun ty and went west last summer has returned and there is talk of his putting up a store at Iron Moundr 100 Reward 100 The readers ofihis paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that set ence has been able to cure in all its stages und that ill Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now knownto the medical fra ternity Catarrjv beingn constitu tional disease requires a constitu tional treutiuwit Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous Burfucvs of thesy tem thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving fnVputient strength by building uqthe constitution und assisting nature in dojnc its work The proprietors have so much faith in Hi purative powers that they offer OHe Hundred Dol mars for any cuflefthat It fails to cure Send forHstof testimonials Address F j Cheney Co Tote do Ohio Sold hy Druggits75c Tukn tf111SIF + lyiPill8 for con stipnt oil J v vr amStray t10g Red sow pig weight about 75 pound in good condition with a bout two inches of toil cut Off Finder will please inform me at Clay City Allen Rose I FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TRIES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden FREE Catalogue We have no Agents H F HiliBRnvByer Sons LEXIHGTOHIY tsirumtheporesthe I that ordinary soap u ill not dissolve I I SKIDOU takes offall the dirt Itisl a new discovery in scan containing an I ingredient not lou id inany or cleaners It imparts a delightful sensation to the lit innnd is exceptionally good for tiio luh TO THC HOUCCWIFE Takcasoftrn with nlltthK1Dp0 on H and yuji c aJ iJi tinware brass or nickel warn yar vlcnliws and in fact clean tirivthiu atd at the same time it dots n it Kirni the skin like soapsKivIDOO more than any othcrklnd of soap off r d One can will cc lltlno A treat big ran fir lOc tlttrnm your grocer ordruB Irt aHteuMand we pnatasohlchuOHIWN IOPBL CoSoleitts hip y rfrW r 7- T fDe k- aW New tine L CIJ f I I 10ft I J I fkI OFJ y I A tl Ladies and irlsR y L j 4ia T c5bp 5i1 i SIJ Cloaks i 7 fZtI 1 r f tt AND BOYS Suits ad i Overcoatst 5 Also Nice Collection of Lalas MatS Just Received t Which Will be Sold at POPULAR PRICES 0Jr J MRS t t 5 a w Wifliams J i 1 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit ii4Aro1lndoPearl and Baker Pride FIbUF lTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VFRFAIl FS I i hv our Lea inlt MerrhnnN t t q t rr ijDISTANCL TEL PHONLS1 Lines arid Exchanges TALK WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS prpnutPImetnaWe No ioupo I riea N tn I ads niaurr- Wdu TodT lit w our Ph- evnq domaa Tram Iuwnp Ill ttera don Cot lulaToday OA out loA Aa ABOUT It tell you eery iKmt you need TlltTElLPHONtI 11 opefatRegulr absolutely ire To e and 110 s P wifJREMEMBER THIS OFFER FO1 UMITED TIME ONLY WriwTdq SUMTER TELEPHONE COMPANY SUMTPt SC I i a belso Witt EEuslFlesh Guaranteed to Pleats- fiery Ordeaer and lanlr buUld teat the nperlormorlbMOurNorthern IIFORIplpIODj TI lie a pm rrlu rdUII 1 py elh5rMlry1 pea LrITlrrwmILhhe I- aNrtlrlNnhtrn 1- eIio TnMUi Ch1sew Md 11- 4r 1100 WrlleWir Fmno eenw1o helpra1NMe and dlne andalyIt11 RM Jruwu Iawith LSeruttl IMrda Quid dgEAT Htln st 111111 EoaeSL i Ljror1rtll1Ilntde- y 4 taw Z re Yf hfilr rc r J 1 kD 1IP 1 and r FAlMEISPllY5ICIAMS rOONTIYhEiJJfIs COTTON tltiiItS tphone KM u rA cKetpoi i r you could au ol I1ft of any I at lid or hrinpM WTHa 11od fo k IS A I THE MANUiACTURRIO Relta3 r In an nJ q f 0 R r 60 YEAR df EXPERIENCEa THAK MAMCS- OCW f N8 d 1 CoJIryIHHT8 aC I Aeyeneaendtngasketch 811 OIuna certain oar opinion free wbeaterA MesaseE iDTentlon pro1kebfypM OR aenti J iIC 4 I t PcUaU taken tbroBoU lianap elSelti1bpgelrIUMIMU4 week1y7JNestQEy faelaMen taTMUnttao ouraL Term ll a IWirL e14 JiiW1 lii ii J 1 t I vr tff J OIoZt Y r Kuri i 111 tW i- ay xlyr oft L ff J S c l J I 11Ij I I rt gjfJt vt I r IjE rFIMES s I Art lAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i tHURS AYtJan 7 1809 1St LOCAL BREVITIES PHiliig Hanttiiatrhas inoved to Winchester1 Mrs JCrews Rash is visiting I 4relatives at MayfieldM vf Mrs Grace Dickson has re turned home at Jackson Miss Viola Courtney of Win Chester is the guest of MrsA TJVhitt For ShfeCottage of four rooms inlbjisiqejs part i f town Apply altbUoQJce Rev Wright of Owingsville spenta few days laet week with Rev Robt Bush Dr Martin reports tho births of a to James Bradley SaturdayJan2nd Mrs Sylvia Russellof Stan ton visited relatives in the city a Pe vdays ast w ektTom Mountz left Tuesday morning for Sardis Miss where hQ joins the little Clay City col ony Mrs Ohilders of Lexington was the guest last week of her uncle J W Jones at Union Hall Mrs Burrel Akers and chil dren of Lexincffln visited W friends irr town the first of the C k Jilr r J Uur Apace sscro vdedgreatly this vrejBktwit legaladvertising This is alway the case in January vliich make the publisher smile Dont Get a Divorce A western jiiilge granted a di voroe on account of ill temper and bad breath Dr Kings New UTe Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispeicnlds banish headaches conquer chills 25c at all Druggists IsJFine Showing The Powell County Deposit Bank has a condensed semian nual statement in this issue of the Times which makesthe usual fine showing The success of this I bank has been phenomenal In less tjjaii fpur a this bank has nddpd toits surplus fund 3OOti and at the acme time paid its stockholders 48 in dividends i Brave Fire Laddles often rpothe Severe burns putting Ait fires then use Bucklens Ariu caSalve and forget them tfeoon drivesout pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest Healer Quick ly curia Skin EruptionH Old Sorts tffliB UlefrP felons best Pile curl niadeBelief lit instant 25c at all drnggifiiB 4 f Y OTt f F NOTICE r I it Iii l enter a inotinp at the Feb rMifr term of the Powell County i Court to change tho boundary line I oJJyotihg JDjrecinct No2Rnd 4so lIfIPeginatthe month of Cat i Creekand running thence with the I5vidingiri3ge between the waters ofPTck JJreeicAnd Cat Creek to tJlJ58 niindIojfeH cnjiiity liuq- FaAo ae tnpiueethe flirn1of Ienrge iit 3it kt h JutntlEsFster rc- aoigCtN4 3 JAMES FOSTER ti- 1 v 1 JiI j f2 11 It to r- w r In L7j i II t J 1CI J v m pscjir MijivVrlib retailed Infc week from Illinois has moved to this city Grover +antsliae retnrned to Nashville Tenii lifter spending the holidays witliliis parents Mrvand Mrs J D Williams Misses Maggie and Mary Lize Hoskins of Winchester attended the IloseNofton wedding and are guests of relatives near town Beach Hargis being released on 25000 ball proceeded to Jackson where hd got drunk and shot up the town until he had to be lock ed up in jail again President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The In dushiallllnd Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes ItWe have used Electric Hitters In this Jnstiij tution for nine years It has prove ed a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney trou bles Wo regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and buildup thin paleY weak children or rundown people it has no equal Hest for female complaints OnlyjSOc at all Druggists Program for Christian Endeavor Society from 0 until 7 Sunday evening January 10th TopicThe dutyof making good resolutions RofFeronce Acts 111028 Josh 241125 Consecration meeting Org nistJ1I cie Rich Leader Albert Burgher SocietyHTalk u Cecil Williams S6rig Society Duty and needsofour Society Mrs Cecil Williams L SongdBeuediction A Horrible HoldUp Auout tdiTyearBtfgo my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was beleiv ed to be hopeless Consumption write W R Lipscomb of Wash ington N 0 Ho took all kinds of remedies end treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings Jitevf Dis cover and was wholly cured by six bottless He in u well man to uyrt Its quirk to relieve and the surest Jcure for weak or sore lung Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe As thma and ell Bronchial affections 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all Druggists i Steel Vfeb Picket Fence i Cheaper Than Wood r r The lowest priced good- andgazdmcatalog of lawn field lies nd poaltryfendRgr DEKALBFENCECOIfM 1 r yrr 4X OM It Yourself Thfire Is Ba5riuch Rheumatism here in our Neighborhood now that the folloingsvice will be highly apprclotedby Jthoso who Buffer Got from any good pharmacy onohalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shako these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful d6ses Lifter each meal and at bedtime i also drink plentyof good water It is maimed that there pre few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most castAa per manent cureis the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen und cleanse tho elimi native tistmeer of the Kidneys so that they con filter and straits from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste nnttor which cause notonly Rheumatism but numerous other disease Ji Everyman or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any u rinary trouble whatever shouldI not hesitate to make up this mix ture its it is curtain to do much good and maysave you from much misery and suffering afterwhile Our home druggists say they willeither supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv thii undersigned who will prosecute tb the extent of the law ihi persons violating this no Lice B B HUTSON No snore long time subscriptions so renew today 4 XHK Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N Hv WITHERSPOON Pre i Capital Stock 200000 rSurplus 20000 We solicit the accounts of individuals firmS and corporations S 4- siooOo I B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu S- rini Robes and SUMS Also can furnish Home Made Cot fins to Order on Short NoticeA L A I When DesIred a West Bend Kr fJtt A J + + 1 oJ + oJ I + 4i oftI + + t + oii i iltKinds of Watch and Clock tiAll oa tort Notice nndJ Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of 1 Jewelry Spectacles Call and sodkrne IriJhe Red River Motel BulIdlHR CLAY CITYii KENTUCKY + ++ H t r fI o r Mi tcr rf Miss FlOraSvilson left Sunday for Middlesboro where she has accepted a position iir the high school i Drtyartn reports tirebjrth cf a daughterto JIJ nnMfs Avis Hackworth at Virden Jnnu wry 6 I009 Notice Of Primary Election- At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell cOlin ty Kentucky persuant 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 11 Buchanan and T G More head by proxy toj MY Buchanan L Loving W B Congleton It was ordered that for the purpose of nominating Demo cratic Candidates for time several County offices to bo voted for at the election to be held November 1000 a primary election be held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6th 1909 that a poll be opened in each of the several precincts of said coun ty from 0 A M until 4 P Mon said date at which nil 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 shall have no vote on any question that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said CommitI perI sons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on time ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky qn the 11thI day of January 1000 for the purpose of selecting the officers to conduct said primary election and to arrange for the supplyjrigof the ballots to be used in said election That in order to defray the expense of said primary election I 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 Com mittee the sum df 10 00 tbbo used iu defraying of time expenses incident to the said primary election except candidates for Mug istrates and they shall deposit the sum of fo 00turd Constables 150 That in the event time whole of the sum so deposited is not consumed in the paying of said expenses time surplus shall be prorated I 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 ho paid from tho sum of money so deposited This Committee shall meet in tho Court House at Stanton on 13th day of February 1000 to receive and canvass the returns and award tie certificates of nomination Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1008 LUTHER LOVING J H OREAR Secretary Chmn Powell Co Democratic Corn TIII I CLAY CITY NATIONAL + I BANK YIOUAY CITY ICI NTUCI 1l h I I Capital SSOpOpoo ISurplus mid Ulydiyidcd Piofitei poooo q I M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Tramadt any business consilient with Legitimate Banking Account of Corporations t Firm and Individual Solicited Interest Iul l on Time Depositr4t tINSURE VITII i I F A LYON SON I The iJCjeatlinpr IiiHiiranoo Agcnts of East sria Kowtiiolcy t t iOver 200000000 I v RepresentedJ s 1 M T1 r i Every one who knows anything about insurance know f I psin t1 r t+ + f+ ++ + x ++ ++ i + r M BBBBI We Buy FURSHides Wool Feathers Tallow 8eswtu Ctuenc ColdeIlSeaJlYeUowRoca May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealersx MUlfiJxd iIlISS6oet talla century in LouuwBo udcan do better for jrcu than iteoU or commluion merchants Reference IIIr Dank is Loulmlle Write rot weelJr- pziceliataod ihpiaoa tags IliaSabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Renew your nubMription today For Sale One ateond hand sheet Iron wood heating stove Apply nt thisolllce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Iiul lit Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in them untuil1 It is a large three story brink house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned hy the Society of Soul Winners and supported hy good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen win he received if eligible We hope to tnko the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the enune age health character etc J etc Only those win hove neither father or mother will be reoieved at present We request all those who have such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gurrant Wihnore Ky Also will thank nil ministers and county officers to give informa tion Its to any such children The Home will clothe educate and care for these children for His sake who loves them There is not n better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS- nNNWWNnIM4NNWNNNMpW WNNWNNMN R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Rc WELCH do Counsellora Law STANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of thO Commonwealth SEEDSGrownPedigreedsuccessful seed growing behind them It pays to the test Seasonable Specialties BeANSEarliest Red Valentine 1350 Bushel of Relugec Extra Early 325 Bushel New Stringlrss Green Poet 1370 Bushel Ward wells Imp Kidney Wax 450 Bushel Davis New White Wax I47S Bushel Curries Rust Proof Wax 450 Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska 350 Bushel New Early Gradus Is jo Bushel Horslorils Market Garden 330 Bushel Biickbees LlilUiiln2 Express 3oo Bushel ofSeedsSend for complete catalogue or submit a ptTol your requirements and will quote prices MoneyWrite H W BUCKBEE1303 Btcttee St Rexkfard a o Redford IlL The Orea i1i rr aaa yCurescomplaintAsiaticmint of typhoid fivrr So wonderful results obtained in all pars of the world a WORKS LiKc tiAGIS I IPrlco 5 cents per box a substitute a soculled rthrtnt It and dont care to KOHL for you send direct to THE ONTARIO CHWICAL COMPANY 1 CswBtoiV YIIR A 3 Sheriffs Sale for Ifjaxes I will on MONDAY the 1st day of FEBRUARY 1909 at the COurt House door In Stanton Kentucky expose for sale to the highest bidder the property hereinafter described or a fcufllcient amount df each persons property named to satisfy the amount of tuxes cluefrpn each person for the year 1008 and also to cover the costs of such sales to wit Precinct No i djJ5 29 Fisher Delilah 100 a adj John Snowden amount 3 30 adjJ I 5 05 Taylor Joe lOOajadj B 3 Hutton amount 4 54 Wade Willie Jr 100 a adj C R Geouett 3 88 Precinct No2 Cole T G 80 a adjn S Brandenburg amount S 4 23 lIaryJ 621 Center W 1 225 a amt 7 28 Ewon Stone personal prop G 88 Gilbert Jail 50 a adjii Jes sie Deribkson aunt 3 27 HenryWillmlghhy 2 81 odjnShtrmnn 4 09 Hatton J II 50 a ndjn W B Rundull 4 46 Lime Jas M 69 a adjn Jus Patrick amount 4 75 Lane Jane W 71 a ndjn Weed Martin amt 2 19 Morton J W 30 a ndjn J O Morton amt T 3 04 adjnRJackson 5 28 Randall W B50a A II Hatton amt 4 99 ndjnT 10 84 Trevett Etta 2 a ndjn J ts Patrick amt 4 54 Tlmrp Win B adjn Sher man Thurp iO 00 Precinct No 3 Chatman Sie100 adjn Jno Chapman unit 5 05 McDuntel Jasper60 adj Green Spnrlock amt 4 09- McArther Peter 1885 a known us Hunter tract 121 13 Redmon Alice heirs 200 a adjn J H Pelfry anit 3 36 Smith W B25 a ndjn W S Logan amt 4 25 Spencer C C Bi adjn Albert Bowen amt 4 30 Thompson A J N R 125 u adjn J N King 2 49 WillouRhby Leander 50 a adjn S Burges taint 4 50 Pelfrey Zuch 30 aadjn A Yocum amt 2 89 Precinct No4 Chenault E C B adjn Wm Bowen amt 70 50 Ewen Albert town lot Bowen umt 5 28 Friend Jas personal prop 618 Hampton W D 50 a adjn Preston Johnson amt 6 15 Harris Ben B udjnJno Aliley amt i 4 08 Huger Mary B adjn A T Knox amt 3 30 adjl1JF S 39 Knox Ben B adjn John Knox nmt 3 87 Lewis Ab 50 a adjn Dan McQuinn unit 1 69 Mullens Geo 40 a adjn Wtn Baker unit 3 03 Rose Sam 80 a ndjn Johv Brandenburg amt 458 Rose W B 40aadjn Jno Aynes amt 4 29 Sons Abe 50 a adjn Arm Bowen unit 4 40 Spencer W L80 a adjn Gran Spencer amt 5 70 adjnSant 3 57 Sullivan Martha N R 00aadjp V 0 Martin 3 95 Wasson John 80 D udjn Preston Johnson arat 4 75 West El ihu 300 u adjn Randall Hanks taint 4 54 Precinct No 5 Arnold Gco 4 town lots Clay City amt 4 40 adjnDG J 57 Moore WE i2 lots Clay Cy G 23 Martin Joe 1 M 470 Mason JUPtt4a adjn M F Mastin unit 2 18 Page J K 10 IntiClay City 13 90 Rucker A 3II II I 446 Slimp Pat iglus 30 a adjn Mike King amt 1 30 Stokely Elijah 3n ndjn Arm Williams ari t505 Tucker MUsJ Nannie 2 town lots Clay City amt 3 iC Wallets Benj 150 a adjn John Fraziernmt 510 Walters Jos 10 a 15 a ndjn Wm Cooper unit 2 08 Walter June OO a adjoins Peto Todd nmt C 24 Precinct No6 Ballard Ambrose 45 adjn Vm Spencer aunt 357 Biirntrtt R T125 a adjn Jus Strange amt 4 46 Billiard JohntH 20 a adjn G W Lyle amC 3 03 Burris VinsotrSO a adJn B F Wright amts 4 46 Kincnid las GO a adjoins Morgan McKinney amt 5 05 Kirnaid G pnalmr J Kincaid50aadjjDRDaniel 4 C5 Burgher 150 u adjoins Curtis Bowmn unit 9 20 Burgher Elizabeth 150 a adjoins Curtis Bowman amt 10 50 Mountz Thos 105 a adjns W S Tipton amtrIf73 Precinct No 7 adjGeo 821 Maze Jns IQO ii adj Jno Ashley 3 86 adjGeo 314 Colored List Bundun Layrenee 3 a adjoins Thos Scuth amt A40 Burgher Fred 16 a adjoins J M Kennon amt G 48 Burns Chas a adjoins T Martin amt 2 08 Charleston Mary 2 a adjn Fred Burgher amount 2 20 taadjnJohn 2 20 adjoinsRichard 3 30 adjoiiiiJohn 3 69- Glovoi I Ned A a adjn Ann Williams amt T 282 Goff Jas B adjoins T Anderson amt 3 9f Haggard Amanda 12 a adjn John Hudson amt 372 adjnW 4 4 Hamilton John 23 a adjn Breck Blythe amt 3 57 McGowan TIns 13aadjn Poor farm and personal prop 8 47 Noe Armstead OU adjn F M White amount 4 42 South Thomas tadjoins Thomas Stokely amt 3 57 nndjnGco 4 52 ndjoinsRicho1rd 859 Williams heirs 20 a adjoins Nelsoon Williams amt 1 59 Vii kersonJos 8 a adjoins Clay Brown amt 50N Williams Archb adjoins E C Chenault amount 3 9 SanfordBadjoinsDIck 4 40 1 M KENNON Sheriff Powell County KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKings i New Discovery j IIBailiff c o l sPRICEFrog I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTMUBLES GUABANTEED SATIIIFAmOB1- OJlXONEY REFUJfDJm f 0 M Every Month A6rites Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La E used to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk Atrlast I took Cardui and now I good all the time TAKE CRDe J 2s It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the cause of most w omens paints strengthen lug the weakened womanly organs that suffer be cause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy compose of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly ImrInless and recommended for all sickwo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Belief AT ALL DRUG STORES Y SUM ABLE EastBoiir fl3uttntl No2I y1 22ifb 320 3Ht31i1l J58 405 4 14 430 43J5 447 510G 610 No 4- Daily A M 7fSlH 826R4 ffIl r 9119l5 fI 2 I 3r 043 959 101 11115 1120 I I 1 I I j f I j H- It I i fI00 aiItil P 1 II 0i- F7 I Ii a7 4 il E 4 352r I JI 1 7 4155 a 4 i 2 225a2r v No 5- SundayI OnlyAM 1025 9r4 931 s9o r 854 848 842 828 H 211 8 Iff I 7o4 7157f h Th t FtiltltllflIfltl 7 yam V Nt r FtTtt t3tht1t11 LE Inn 1C t lll t O ail = wit forV Catnpton Jutnti rith + trlIntain On 1I rt timlptr KY Beattyvi4le Jint o t1 lj AHnll = way for f2t s 08K Junction 11 Ilse 01 Rail way Ii v tIJ 119 if 1 rIr I 0 II 10 I iB net a cure an u t tuiij e w I nmatorland I chronic 1iiriri s the blood li vr dV drr iinlainpusltivo guarantee to refund the none r ita turuit 1 H remedy has relieved chronic and lung continued atzuKS of rheiuni a j i the best physicians had filled to do so It is a preparation that cannot bo axteilcd Has tested by leadingdrug1Breeders Rheumatic Cure perfectas a reparation can be made and as having no Guaranteed under the Pure rood arid Drug Act Price SlCO FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry this prepa ation write dircctHo us BREEDEN MEDICINE CO Inc Chattanooga Tenn i I iiie vorst enemies of Roof a1ltc building should have the l cisESTOS ROOFING 4 Jsxttsproct gJnst both because it is construct ui of Asbestos an Asphlltboth minerals yet the kifJ thutcaauot rust or decay Besides it possesses a Quality peculiarly its own It requiresno coating fjliy we send you samples and price lH W Johns Manville Co l Cleveland O MeGULLOUGHS LIFE SAYING IBLOODPURIFIER Diseases of the Skin and Bbol Restores Vitality Jlenencs Strength Cleanses and Fnrlchos thc Blood Ario especially valuablo fur Dolls Carbuncles TumorS Cancerous Humors Ulcers RlnglVor1sOld Sores SerofulaSyphiliticAffectkias Scrofulous Humors Blotches Pustules drum impure blood or low condition of the system Especially recommended fur all forms of Sciatic Rheumatism 1 PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLED fOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSt i i MMwfMtHriNl hy IkCULLOUIH CNEMICAL CO Ktnttn TMHMIM