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Digital page images are linked to the text file. or t TRECLAY rUI Y TIMESc ri 0 n 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Cityflhe SorroanJing Country and Ourselves 11 E Burgher Publisher i VOL XIV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY 11 JANUARY 14 J909 NO 2 BnrnettTodd Mr Isaac Barnett and Miss Dora Todd were married at the brides home two miles south of I this city yesterday afternoon at two oclock Both the contract ing parties are loading young people of the community the bride being the beautiful yonng daughter of Mr and Mrs P D Todd while the groom is a pros perous young farmer of Spont Spring The Times extend hear ty congratulations w The Star of Bethlehem An exchange says that people of this country can at the present time witness the star of Bethlehem a star which comes up in vthe east each night during the present year It is said that tJthis star only appears once in five hundred years and is botice able for its brightness and stands out in bold relief from all other stars The star is not visible un til about midnight so if you wish s to see it you should arise early in the morning f This star is supposed to be the one which guided time three wise men from the far east to the sta RESI JK Loans and = 4807944 Overdrafts 115642 Banking House and Lot 335897 Due from Banks Furniture and Fixtures 241 158 Cashin Safe 754797 8240621 ble of Bethlehem where the Sa vior was born The theory that the star appears once in fiveI hundred years and can be seen all over the world Mr John F Woodward one of the candidates for the office of County Court Clerk is a cripple and has a widowed mother two small brothers and a sister to support which is a most difficult task under ordinary conditions He appeals to the support of his fellow Democrats with this seri ous condition before them and will be doubly thankful for their assistance in the campaign and at the polls of the primary election February Oth For County Judge The formal announcement of Mr J M Welch for County Judge appears in this issue of The TIMES subject to the Democratic Primary Mr Welch is one of our very best citfzens and is admira bly fitted for County Judge He is a sure and true Domocrat and is one which richly deserves the consideration of all Democrats iu the county Condensed Statement of the 1 Powell County Deposit Bank I U t Stanton Kentucky 1t ik of Close of Business DECEMBER 31 sT 1908 4 ii 4 iAi ct C Discounts 1984013 t 4 LIABILITIES I Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 300193 Unpaid Dividends 90000 Due Banks 0000000 I Individual Deposits 6350428 I 8240621 We desire acknowledge our thanks to the people of this county and other customers for their confidence goodwill and genial patronage and solicit a continuance ofsameE H FUlLER Cashier nwwfY- WYYVVYVY rwv+ rrw wvnrwwww vrv w iVH r r rT i l1 I t 1 lUST RECEIVED 1 J- n New Line of Ladies i Cloaks and Wraps Ir NeweSt Styles and Lowest Prices j- a iI I CALL AND SEE THEM 1 i r 1fC SHlMrEbbLLa I 4 wrv F n- s 7 t ilfi 4 r4m for OliristronEitdeavor Society from 0 U ntil7innday evening Jan aiy17ttl Topic Livingfir the day or for Eternity ReffetencelHeb 715 10 Matt 162i Organ istMiSsMaude Wormouth Leader lf3 Mollie Joh Society so- nSongndeavor IleadiigAlbert Burgher Duet MissQSf Hoskios and Grace Shearer Readios Thomas Rose Collection of Dues Shortageoo Calendars The hard times are conspicu ously depicted n the general dis tribution ofclcalendars Many firms whose loiidars have for years beautifully decorated our walls are notably absent this time and over day we have calls neededw While outfridftfg with her hus band in Chrtiahcounty Monday night and while the latter hod gone to a fnrmjtiouse for aid his buggy havingbrdken down Mis John T Watso a wellrespect ed white womb was brutally assaulted bya qe PO who was la ter capturedsanpepiiited awoy to Henderst t scape mob vi olenceP 1 The Carde a of Winchester b momMORE Mrs Pete Phillips is very sick at this time O W Barnettipf Winchester is in the city on business Mrs WW Wilson is very sick at her homein WaltersviHe with the grpt Miss Nettie Patterson has re signed the position as matron at the Orphans Home and will en gage in school work at Jackson The Burlev Tobacco Society will shortly beginlthe publication of a weekly farm journal at Win chester devoted specially to the Societys interests Mrs Williams has now going on a great Clearance sale that should interest buyers everywhere Read hernew ad for particulars and gosee what she is offering The L E pay car gave this city a visit Monday and left about 1000 00 with its employes at this city Little things like this is now most highly appreci ated even during these flourish ing Y times- BrodheadGRfr tt Company have started up their Saw mill across the river giving much needed employment to the usual number of handsv We are anx ious for other iiidustries to re sume but there eerus but little hopes to relieve our anxiety Owing to the mild winter stock all over the country is looking much better than usual at this time of the year and feed seems rather plentiful yet Tua pres eat cold epoll will likely set them longeslpecinllywhere ed to rw l f iJ f Jo f 1- rZt- s d f DEATHS The widow Stephens died on Pompeii Friday and was buried Saturday Trevett Moore died at Oamar go Sunday night The remains were brought to this city Tues day for burial Mrs J D Hall died across the river from this city Friday af ternoon Burial Saturday at the Roberts graveyard Funeral sere vices first being conducted by the Rev Robt N Bush Mrs Nannie Gentry Wright widow of the late Joseph P Wright died at Richmond Thurs day January 7th aged 70 years She died of congestion of the lungs and was sick but ten hours Mrs Wright was well and favor ably known in this city when she resided here a few years ago James Herbert Reed of St Jo seph Mo died at the home of Jumes Barter in this city this morning at six oclock after an illness of ten days Deceased was an excellent young man twenty years old and formerly lived in this city He has always been pUl tin Ily afflicted His fa ther Eld James Reed formerly of Estill county was called liege from their present home in Mis souii about one week ago on ac count if the sons illness At the tone f1 goi D Jc p1 Bstlf fnnZ al arrangements had not been arranged Farm For Rent About 100 acres on Uardwicks Ceek Some cOin land with good dwelling orchard and plenty of wa ter For further information apply to Dims J W McKioney or W F Burnett Clay City Ky The laws of the district of Co lumbia give negroes the same pCQplIa ou pro t is said that undeurable pat rons may be charged any price the proprietor fixes For in stance if a negio should dop ir to a fashionable care in Wa ington and politely ask for a cup of coffee the urbane manager will probably ioform him that the price is 2 So If he want a plain steak he wil be told that the price is HI CO If he should like onions with it the price is 1 25 Verily there are many ways of killing a dog hesdes choking him to death with Jut ter A pretty good snow fell Mon day nighi the first to cover the ground this winter Tile snow was a welcome visitor to most of us as the winter bus KO for been very mild and inttier mo notonous for tire season A tdo will likely follow the melting of the snow The Court View Hotel burned at Winchester Thursday morn ing H T Eals of Cynthia un was burned in the ruins All the occupants had to jump from the burning building to save their lives and many wete injured in this way We trust our subscribers all wlo arejq arjeare rill iljv andBet 1 e what they owe The postal laws unreservedly require that subscrip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be mailed a ier one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to any sub scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey the law which puts us in a hard place that can be so easily remedied by all payingup Please do this u J4 mw A GREAT SAVINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days I 375ILotNo 1 Hats That Were 500 to 550 now Lot No2II Ie II 350 to 400II 250 to 275 1 LotNo3 II II II 25O to 300II 150 to 200 LotNo 4 150 to 200 100 to 150I Every Hat in the Store at a sacri fice price Now is your chance totbuy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice 4 Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY t t It JY 1It W WJi f t uriwS iak4 r- y M J rkf r t rTRE CLAY ICITY TIMESc 50 Cents a Yearln Advance We are here to help Clay Cijjrftjie SorronnJiDg coontr and Ourselves 10 Burgber Publisher VOL XIV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 14 J909 NO l BnrnettTodd Mr Isaac Barnett and Miss Dora Todd were married at the brides home two miles southof this city yesterday afternoon at- two oclock Both the contract ing parties are lending young people of the community the bride being the beautiful yonng daughter of Mr and Mrs P D Todd while the groom is a pros perous young farmer of Spont Spring The Times extend hear ty congratulations k The Star of Bethlehem An exchange says that people of this country can at the present time witness the star of Bethle homa star which comes up in vthe east each night during the present year It is said that this star only appeals once in five hundred years and is notice able for its brightness and stands out in bold relief from all other stars The star is not visible un til about midnight so if you wish r to see it you should arise early in the morning f This star is supposed to be the one which guided Ute three wise men from the far east to the sta W iiC fi4 1Fi- if and Discounts Overdrafts 115642 Banking House 335897 Due from Banks 1984013 Furniture and Fixtures 241158 Cashin Safe 754797 8240621 of Bethlehem where the Sa vior was born The theory is that star appears once in five I hundred years and can be seen allover world Mr John F Woodward one of the candidates for the office of County Court Clerk is a cripple and has a widowed mother two small brothers and a sister to support which is a most difficult task under ordinary conditions Ho appeals to the support of his fellow Democrats with this seri ous condition before them and will be doubly thankful for their assistance in the campaign and at the polls of the primary election February Oth For County Judge The formal announcement of Mr J M Welch forCounty Judge appears in this issue of The TRIES subject to the Democratic Primary Mr Welch is one of our very best citizens and is admira bly fitted for County Judge Be is a sure and true Domocrat and is one which richly deserves the consideration ofall Democrats in the county Condensed Statement of the J Powell County Deposit Bank sw f Stanton Kentucky t At the Close of Business DECEMBER 3111 1 PL i 1 rLoana 4807944 and Lot t ble the the o LIABILITIES Capila 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 other customers for their confidence goodwill and genial patronage and solicit a continuance olsameFULLER Cashier Jr 11 f t II USRECEIVEDiv New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps t NeweSt Styles and Lowest Prices it CALL AND SEE THEM I r I C SHIMFESSEL 1 Il t l i i J r8m for OhristinnEndeavor Society from 0 until 7j3unday evening Jan niV 17th t TopicLiving fbr the day or for Eternity tI Roffeteoce Beb 715 16 Matt lG2i2gt Organ aide Warraouth LeaderMis Mollie Johnson Song Ji4ndeavor Soviet y Heading Mw Albert Eurbr- DuetMissesYdllielloskias r and ReadiagThomas Rose Collection of Dues- Shonage VT o Calendars The hard limas are conspicu ously depictedin the general dis tribution of calendars Man firms whose londars have for years beautifully decorated our walls are notably absent this time and ev r1jdaywe have calls at our ofiicefQ need ed yet surely w massing calendar While ou6ridJng with her hus bond in OhrhjftijTpcountv Monday night and the latter hoc gone to a fnlntlJouse for aid his buggy havingbTfdken down Mts John T Watsoia wellrespect ed white womati It was brutally assaulted byaTOftgio who was la ter captured iii spirited away to flendersptJ t escape mob vi olencep The ilfJfI sof Winchester liav formedTSnit r of DS mom tI MORES LOCALS Mrs Pete Phillips is very sick at this time 0 W Barnettiof Winchester is in the city on business Mrs WW Wilson is very sick at her homein WaltersviHc with the grpt Miss Nettie Patterson has re signed the position as matron at the Home and will en gage in schoolwork at Jackson The Burlev Tobacco Society will shortly begin the publication of a weekly farm journal at Winchester devoted specially to the Societys interests Mrs Williams has now going on a great Clearance sale that should interest buyers every where Read her new ad for par ticulars and go see what she is offeringThe E pay car gave this city a visit Monday and left about 1000 00 with its employes at this city Little things like this is now most highly appreciated even during these flourish ing Y time- sBrodheadGarrett Companj have started up their saw mill across the rtver gtving much needed employraBJit t to the usual number of Wo are anx ious for other industries to resume but there eems but little hopes to relieve pur anxiety Owing to the mild winter stock nil over the country ia looking much hotter than usual at this time of the year and feed seems rather plentiful t1be pres ant cold spoll will likely set them buck a little if it Ijasis long es pecinily where Cattte are expos I ed to weather i ix 1i J r wY4irYyLW DEATHS The widow Stephens died on Pompeii Friday and was buried SaturdayTrevett Moore died at Oamar go Sunday night The remains were brought to this city Tues day for burial Mrs J D Hall died across the river from this city Friday afternoon Burial Saturday at the Roberts graveyard Funeral ser vices first being conducted by the Rev Robt N Bush Mrs Nannie Gentry Wright widow of the late Joseph P Wright died at Richmond Thurs day January 7th aged 70 years She died of congestion of the lungs and was sick but ten hours Mrs Wright was well and favor ably known in this city when she resided here a few years ago James Herbert Reed of St Joseph Mo died at tho home of Jumes Barter in this city this morning at six oclock after an illness of ten days Deceased was an excellent young man twenty years old riled formerly lived in this city He has always been paitially afflicted His fa ther Eld James Heed formerly of Estill county was called hero from their present homo in Mis south about one week ago on ac count if the sons illness At the timeof gotngcpiessitb6sfunet al arrangements had not been arranged Farm For Rent About 100 acres on Hardwicks Ceek Some cOin land with good dwelling orcLnrd and plenty of wa ter For further information apply to Mis J W McKinney or W F Baroelt Clay City Ky The laws of the district of Co lumbia give negioes the same rights at hotels ns white poop p but a recent declsou provide t is said that undeurable pat rons may be charged any pnco the proprietor fixes For in stance if a negio should dop i to a fashionable care ill Wa ington and politely ask for a cup of coffee the urbane manager will probably ioform him that the price is 2 83 If he want a plain steak he wil be told that the price is 51100 If he should like onions with it the price is 125 Verily there are many ways of killing a dog besides choking him to death with jot ter A pretty good snow fen Mon day nigh the first to cover time ground this winter Tile snow was a welcome visitor to most of us as the winter bus BO far been very mild and rather monotonous for the season A tde will likely follow the melting of the snow- S The Court View Hotel burned at Winchester Thursday morn ing H T Eals of Cyntlmuia theloccupants burning building to save ther lives and many wete injured in this way We trust our subscribers all who rult sgdeetce- what they oweThe postal laws unreservedly require that sub crip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be mailed aier one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to any sub scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey the law which puts us in a hard place tliut can be BO easily remedied by all paying up Please do this J A GREAT SAYINGS siEIN For the Next 20 Days Lot No L Hats That Were 500 to 550 now 1375 Lot No 2 350 to 400 250to 275 LotNo3 CI CI 250 to 300 160 to 200 Lot No 4 160 to 200 100 to 10IEvery Hat in the Store at a sacri See price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very f1j Low PricesLCome Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY Ir 11ri t ZIt ft11M L f i rr t lii M THEI rlJyrES I =PUBLISHED EVEttY THURSDAY J J1 Iiurigherl qubl1Tc4 SttscriptiflD Rates SO Cents rin ai vanccVoiieifwise75iCiits Entered as secondclass mail ntittter Thursday h 7 Jln9011 bLuB UiTfS r i For the convenience of our qub efcribersj weliavtaYrangedclu b rates pricesbelowThe TisiKsand ro Sonrnnti ifiOO I V I qpcinnatikngtirer 110 Louisville Coraniejfqial M7 i c HomeandFarm 75 i lr i r i rt II I 5 ANNDUNCtenENTS t io 1 I i Firi ountylydgt I We nra authorized to annQuncfi1 ROaHltil t ba1nlidot6 Cd pubjedt to the ilctlbnnfetho- hemotutto party I I tiWe eve authorized announce J M Welch carididrito tor Ho ell ccfjnljii subject to the iwtiili of the Democatjo nart1 I I i i I II I FoFSherll I II Wo SherlftufPowellof thq Democratic patyI t I For County ClerkyIf ClusEWENClerk subject to fhoaotipn thpDbm ocratic party I ii 1 t I I I 1tyooleryCerk ubjpct tHeunetJonioiWieDemocratic party fFol County iCourtOlerkiof Powellcouh fPolJ1ocrnI II rr ii For Superintendent of Schools We hro uUthorlzeif toannbunceR I forthcoHIceofCounty Pokellicnifntyr subject to thoacticin UepArtly s i i For Jailor I I JYo arg autIlQrizedtn announce Join subject party 1 n T GeoStephensjeait tatha acUonoftheDfiinoBratic lady JURF= thoDjWe are authorized to announce Ohar v fOellOuntyDemocratic party i t too b For Ages or 1o authorized to announce Wr Gr ofPQq411tllo pomocratic party t GAtK PtWIU county subject to the action ohhe Democratic partyqIt I Jon131tTTON totlloj 0 1 I Notice j- lllptico is hereby livenTiinftiie ufidreigned will enter a motion in the PottfefKbotfiiriy Court ut itb February 1000 tJrm tp ljavet cceated a riew Voting Jrepinctij Ijpell county beginning at the ofoSntfdLfck rbrartclrru tHe Slade precinct line thence up the Sand LiclrAvitlisaiU Ifne to1 the EStill and Powell jCQpnijc nnjldwellofithp county road at Estill Fur rqld1eulliugreaches the junction of the Oat cr oli and Stanton read theilce a straight line to include the refi id nro of Jim Ed Townsend th nce l11o Roach branch of oat creekso as to include the tothttttr restmouth of Sand lick th noo to time mouthbf Sands ick the beginning sons to include tilt residwiicc of John t- rhltl RovlY r rter 1 Itt r l f r q J I 11 Teddy Eoosdvelt has jumped onto SonatorBenITilltnauwitlil- his bigtstioktinukihg some S rious ElivigGa TiUmaa efToctivxily brings his pitchfork into aptioni eionrly dff ndilXg jifm elf and usprting hat tbJfteiceAt himself lives Iii a glass 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1fSi 71rlrJ T ylis I I orI f I A the rapetl ter Iv1 r9N U1J kiwi In W Itclanllt of Yltl tKlncu Worthelp Wnr11w iyk f Far nhtd lime non Hnrc cm Umoui htn vlr mtJtK JUf Bridainl tona Dune Tdnlionc comptw indkrL 1 WrtToJ THIS OFFER IS FDR A yWJfDIWE WMb ay 1xI iTHe MANUFACTURING PAltYt r talc 72 S ii flill I9rreeUq L r Wt1LhI 1- 1IIFrt4rfe4utdail Io jw bwr va 11 ae nNen St W fARMERS r- r tneu CAM toil of t c t t 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE IlL TRADEMARKS y DCBIONB CRIGlHTsAcAnyone tending a iketeb and description may l I eertallOUrOPIIIIOJl r an InYenilon ti patentabie commnnlea t iPatelllI d cbara lu the + t I kaa7 JllltrkalI MhA ttaDdtom l IlllUt1atlld weeldJntelt eIro N j year jtMUNNCo SfittrIN4My IIWYark IIrIab Ueloe slim Y StW6III1Q1ouVo r rd L n a Rl HE TIMES T AN ALL HOMEMADE PAFKR THURSDAY Jan 14 1009 LOCAL BREVITIES I Jas G Rogers was in Luxing ton Monday on business For Sale Cottugo of four roomt1 in huainet s part of town Applj at this office f WO Mize and son Carl Mize stopped over iii the city a shor t while the first of the week Miss Sans of Spout Spring left Monday to enter Un ion College at Bnrbourvilie Ky rte Burning sut in the home 01 Mrs Dnrrett White caused a fire alarm to be spread Friday even r ing No damage Mrs Ellen McKinney of O d K Junction is visiting her daugh ter Mrs W F Barnett at Vaughns Mill Mrs Clyde Rumfield of Co Jumbus Oi visiticg her pa rents Mr and Mrs W S Rob erts in this city t W O Hoskins formerly off this city but who now resides ii Winchester isa candidate for Mayor of thatcity Some of the boys dont like the idea of having their proporty ad vertised for sale so have paid up L and gotten their names taker from the list 5DontGet a Divorce A western judge granted a die r vorce on account of illtemper arty bad breath Dr Kings New Lift PHls wouldohayejprevented it- t They ciira Constipation causing bad breith and Liver Trouble the W m temper dispel colds banish headaches conquer chills J5c at all Druggists M rrhe Democratic Electors for the State met at Frankfort yes terday and cast the vote of Ken tucky for W J Bryan for Presi dent and J W Kern for Vice President Judge W T Adams was the 1 only Democrat in this district to register for Magistrate and will therefore be the nominee and the next Justice of the Peace from this end of the county i Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklene Arni Ca Salve and forget them It soon p drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises a its earths greatest healer Quick Skin Eruptions Old Sores 1IyourlsUlcersFelons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c at a 1 druggists J A Roberts and Son of West Bend have sold out their business 11 there and other interests in the county and will shortly move to Missouri to reside The coun ty can ill afford to lose such de sirable citizens but it seems they will leave us o NOTICE I will enter a motion at the February term of the Powell County Court to change the boundary line of votingprecinot No 2 and 4so aTtobegirratthe mouth of Cat chCr anoVruniiingtbence with the dividinTiflge between the waters i 7of Peeks Creek and Cat Creek to the ltilana Powell county line j oasto place the farms of George 1 fBl1rk and Tames Foster itf pre a oinat No JAMES FOSTER 4f f L I 1 L w K J v Ohio and Indiana now both have inaugurated a Democratic Governor and the latter state will in a short time elect a Democrat to the United States Senate President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have Item helped by the President of The In duatiial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We him used Electric Bitters in this Insti tution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney trou bles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs 1 purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weakchil dren or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only fiOp at all 1ruggis- tsDarlingsville Albert Crow and Samuel Mc Intosh visited A C Barnes last SaturdayMr Mrs A C Barnes spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Albert Crowi Samuel Woods and family and Walter Easter and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs RL Tipton of this place Bluford Crow of Cincinnati came Sunday to spend a few days with his father and mother Mr stud Mrs Albert Crow A Mr Sayers of same place is with him taking a look at the mown tain country Mr and Mrs S M McIntosh of Perrin Mo are visiting rela tives and friends in Powell and Estill counties Mrs McIntosh is a sister to Albert Crow of Hard wicks Creek Mr and Mrs McIntosh went to Missouri twenty yeiirs agoA Horrible HoldUp tAboutteayetrsago my broth er was held up in his work health and happiness by what wasbeleiv ed to be hopeless Consumption write W R Lipscomb of Wash ington NC He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Dig covery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is a well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest Jcure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe As thma and all Bronchial affections 50o and 8100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all Druggists Union Jock PoultrY Fence5q kb tA6 rh hues oa 1- Dcu to poultry lb nbrd aid rdn d t- a croo cod lb DIlUDr Wrtle forWoe of totD to U pn-wea ral o0 DEat6m xatw otryx e- MM k f w Make It Yourself There is BO much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice will be highly appreciated by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy onohalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound argon threo ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shako these well in a bottle and take in teas poonful closes after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture andin most casts a per manent cure is the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimi native tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which causenot only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases i Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthyand active or who suffers from any u rinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mix ture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much miseryand suffering afterwhile Our home druggists say they will either 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 the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tice B B HUTSON No more Icing tfjne subscriptions so reneW today ik rI i Winchester Bank INCORPORATED Ni H WITiIEnsPooNVre- sCapital Stock 200000- Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ pals firms and corporations S 4- eeeoe tB F BERRY i S Undertaker I I 4 Keeps a Fen Supply of I Coffins Caskets Bu- rialS Robes and t Suits 0 Also can furnish Home Made Cof fins to Order on Short Notice I E When Desired West Bend Ky SSSSOSS0aie4MFH1 I JLPfiAUPPIN WatchmakerI end Jeweler Kinds of Watch and Clock iAll on Short Notice and Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call and ace me to the Red River Hotel BfalMIng CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t + + z F I a The readers of this paper are earnestly invited to patronize the merchants whose advertisements appear in these columns and pVulit li tilling Thf II pits that advertise sell more there fore they can afford to sell cheap er arid always have fresh goods on hand Notice Of Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell coun ty Kentucky persuant to due notice at Stanton Ky on the 7th day of December 1008 there wrs present the following dly 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 1000 a primary electron be held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY tithe 1901 that a poll be opened in each of the several precincts of said coun ty from G A M until 4 P M on said date at which all persons residing in said precincts and w o are legal voters and known Democrats shall have a right to tote That the officers to con duct sad primary election shall be two Judges a Sheriff and a Clerk for each of the precincts in said County but that the Clek shall have no vote on any question that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said primary shall in writing so notify the Chairman of this Commit tee on or before the 7th day of January 1000 and that the per sons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on the ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the 11th day of January 1000 for the pmpose of selecting the officers n 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 electio 1 each person who may on or before the 7th day of January 100 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 of 10 00 to be used in defraying of the expenses incident to the said primary election except candidates for Mug istrates and they shall deposit the sum of 5 00 and Constables 1 50That in the event the vholeoqhe sum so deposited is not- constimedin the paying of said expenses the surplus shall be pro rated among the persons depositing same Notice of this primary election shall be given by either writ ten or printed notice as is required by law the expenses of which shall be paid from the sum of money so deposited This Committee shall meet in the Court House at Stanton on 18th day of February 1000 to receive and canvass the retunn and award the 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 THE CLAYYCIBANKATIONALI I I ISurplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier IM any burns conuftent with Legitimate Banting Account of Corpor r ations Firms and Individual Solicited I Interest Paid on Time Deposits iINSURE WITH SONI The Leading Insurance Agents- of Easterp Kentuelcy Over 200000000- Represented Every one who knows anythingabout insurance know they are leaders in t t i x- I r We Buy FURSHide Wool Feather Tallow Beeswax Cloieoc Colden SealYefowRool MQ Apple Wild Ginger etc We an dealer MUbEiM in 1855Prer htlf a century In LouJniDe tnj cw do better or you thin igentt or commuaoa merdunti Reference uy Dank In Lou Yill Write for weekly pnotlitt aaj Japping taIL Mi Sabol A Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Renew your subscription today For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this oillce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Homo at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in themountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen will be re ceived if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wiltnore Ky Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give information as to any such children The Home will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward O Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS nuwwrrwwvtin uwaw rrnwwrawrr R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY BRSMJTH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY I R =C WELCH Attorney 6 CounselloraLa w STANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In all Courts of the Common- wealthSEEDS L GrownPedigreedsuccessful seed growing behind them It pays to plant the best- Seuonahte Specialties BEANSEarliest RedValentine 350 Bushel 33SBushelNewWardwells Imp Kidney Wax 50 Bushel Davis New White Vox u7s Bushel Currles Rust Proof Wax use Bushel PEAS BushelNewHorsfordt Market Garden Jjiso Bushel r Backbees Llghtnirjj Express Ijoo Bushel ofSeedsSend for complete catalogue or submit a list of your and will quote prices MoneyWrite H W BJOKBgEJSS- 3B ckbeeS RockferdSer4Pone Uockford Ifl The Great Olarrisosa and Qysssfog Remedy 4 dysentee7t jrevcuis tho develop ment of typhoid fever Prane 7c derful worldiIWORKS Prico 215 cents per box Dont accept a enbatttnt a CAlIcd stliacntltanddontjt THE ONTArIO C t C0NPA1lY- G t S tl7 1a I Gfr r- Y k R sM u Sheriffs Sale foriTaxes I will on MONDAY the let day of FEBRUAR 1909 at the Courthouse door in Stanton Kentucky expose for saletothe highest bidder the property hereinafter described or a sufficient amount of each persons property named to satisfy the amount of taxes dufrom each person for the year 1008 and also to cover the costs of such soles to wit Precinct No i adjJ 5 20 udjJohn 3 djJ 30I 5 05I Taylor Joe 100 a adj B B Hutson amount 4 54 Wade Willie Jr 100 a adj C R Qeouett 3 88 Precinct No2 Cole T G 80 a adjn S Brandenburg amount S 4 23 Ewen Stone personal prop G 88 ryWilloughbyamt 281 adjnSherman 4 99 adjnW 4 4G aadjnJnsPatrick 4 75 adjnWeedMartin 219 Morton J VV 30 a adjn J 0 Morton amt 3 04 aadjnJackson R 5 28 Randall W B 50 a A II Hatton amt 409 ndjnT 10 84 Trevett Etta 2 a adjn J ts Patrickamt 4 54 Tharp Wm B adjn Sher man Tharp 10 90 Precinct No 3 Cbatman Sic 100 adjn Jno Chapman amt 5 05 adjGreen 4 99 McArther Peter 1885 a known as Hunter tract 12113 Redmon Alice heirs 200 a adjn J H Pelfry amt 3 36 aadjnWS 4 25 adjnAlbert 430 Thompson A J N R 125a adjn J N King 249 Willoughby Leander 50 a adjn S Burges amt 4 50 Pelfrey Zach 30 a adjn A Yocum amt 2 89 Precinct No 4 Friend Jas personal prop 6 18 D50aadjnPreston 6 15 adjllJnoA 4 U8 Hager Mary B adjn A T Knox amt 3 30 Hatton Win 30 a adjn J F Martin amt S 39 Knox Ben B adjn John Knox amt 3 87 Lewis Ab 50 a adjn Dan McQuinn amt 150 adjnWm 3 G3 Rose Sam 80 a adjn John Brandenburg amt r 4 58 Rose W B 40 a adjn Jno Aynes amt 4 29 Sons Abe 50 a adjn Arm Bowen amt440 ndjnGran 570 adjnSant 3 57 Sullivan Martha N R 300 a adjn V 0 Martin 3 95 ndjnPreston 4 75 adjnRllndulllIanks 4 54 Precinct No 5 Flichiini Bud 7a afajn D GFlinchum mtJ 3 57I 2UMartilladjnJFlIa8tin 2 18 Ruoker A 3 lots Clay City 4 46 adjnMike 1 30 Tucker Miss Nannie 2 town lots ClayXJity unit 330 adjnJohuFrazier l510 i fiR 4- c j jt t p WaltrsiJQ 10 a 15 a adjn Win Cooper amt 2 98 Walters June 00 a adjoins 24IWm Spencer amt 3 57 Barnett tttT 125 a adjn JaB Strange amt 4 46 Bnllurd John H 20a adjn G W Lyle amt 3 03 Burris Vihsori 50a adjn B F Wright amp 4 46- Kincnid 60 a adjoins amt 5 65 KinrnidGtlLadmr 1- Kincaid60afdljtDRDaniel 4 55 Burgher Elizabeth 150 a adjoins Curtis Uowmpn amt 9 20 Burgher llzabeUii6 a adjoins CurtisBowman amt 10 5G Mountz Th03105 a adjns W S TiptonTmt G 73 Precinct No 7 addGeo 821 Maze JasftpO a adj Jno to Ashley = 8 86 ndjGeo 8 14 Colored List Bunduii Lawrence Blaadjoins Thot amt 4 40 Burgher Tied 16 a adjoins J M KenDo 48NBurns a T Martin amt 2 98 Chnrleston Mary 2 aadjn Fred Burghef amount 2 29 badjnJohn 2 2G adjoinsRichard 3 30 Gay John115a adjoins John 3 59 Glove Ntha adjn Ann Williams amt 282 Goff Jafc iX f13adjolnsT 391 flbggatdmanda2a 4- a IjrivJdhrfHOd onarat 2 72 Hampton John 2tijadjn W 0 Pasleyamt 4 41 Hamilton Jdhn28 a adjn Breck Blythe amt 357 Thos18aadjnPoor 8 47 Noe Armstead 50 a adjn F M White amount 4 42 South Thonias fa adjoins Thomas Stokelylimt3 57 adjoinsNelsoon 169- Wilkergon Jon 8 a adjoins Clay Brown amt 5 02 laadjolD3E 394 Young Sanford Bi adjoins Dick Hall amt 4 4fi J M KENNON Sheriff Powell Ccurity KILL THE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR cOUCHS OLDS ftll PBroEII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES BATIBFAVTOBO Very Serious a very verious matter to asltrfor ons medidne sad have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAuTLiver Medicine reliaGte digestion end liver trouble is flrm ly established Jt does not imitate other mtdlclaec Jt is better than others or It would not bo the fa t vorltc liver jpowderwltha larger sale than all others combined SotDj TOWN P2 I i I Wo4it rt Jit1 l VIi iFAl- t l fI r tyo f tf t 10 Suffering Ladies e are urged to follow the example of thousands of ti their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non m mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women Jt 53 is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs TAKE I It Will Help You- It is a genuine curative medicine that builds up painMrsBefore taking Cardui I had given up all hope of getting well I had suffered for 3 years with my left sIde and was confined to my bed so I took Cardui and now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES SUM i RY OF L E TIME TABLE EastBound WestBound No 2- Daily PrM 225 305 320 3i34 350 358 405 414 430 435 417 5fO 605a10 No 44I Daily A M 735 813 826 842 9H2t 9 to D15 022 938 043 950 1017 1115 1120 r Stations Lexington WinchesterLtE Indian Field- s0fAYC1TY Stanton ROlslynI Filson Camptnu Junction Natural Bridge Torrent Beattyvilje Jot JunctionJ No 1- DailyI Ex Sun A 11 055 012 900 845i 825 815 8008t03 748 74J 730 707 G 15 010 No 3 I DailyP r305b20 but 453 4a5 426 420 414 357 355 341 320 225 220 I 1SuA M 1025 946 084 920 902 854 848 842 828 N29 815 754 705 700 L 1twayfor l1tStrlngK j iCampion Junction Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will corineot JffitK tlie Mountain t j Central Railway f r passengers to and from Camptcn Ky rJ Beattyville Junotion Nos 2 will connect with the L k A Railway 1 for Beattyville Ky j 6 K Junction Nos 3 nnl14willconnectwith the 0K Railway i for Cannel City Kjr and way Stations I c i YftkwS7En I t t1lB WB a U Ej Is not a cureall but a guarantc euro for Rheumatism both Inflammatory and chronic Purifies tho blood livtr anil stomach It is sold under a plain guarantee to refund the money if a euro is nut effected This remedy has relieved chronic and long continued attacks of rheuinatUm after the best physicians had failed to do so It is a preparation that cannot bo excelled Has been tested by leadingdruglireedens Rheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation can be made and as having no equal Guaranteed under the Pure rood and Drug Act Price 100 V SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry this prepar ation write direct to us BREEDENMEDICINECOln Chattanooga Tenn I rf trj ol rile worst enemies ofRoof ivj aim thisc AyTiQ coatem ate building should have the protection ih3C JM ASBESTOS ROOFING affords It is proof agdnst both because it is constructed i of AabestQi and Asplialt both minerais yet the IciuJ that cannot rust or decay Besides it possesses i 1 coatingM t He W JohnsManville Co ClevelandOIe r MoGUtUMIGHS LIFE SAVING p BLOOD PURIFIERyA Speedy and Safe Romody for all d Diseases of the Skfo anf Elssi Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses and iEnrtchca ihe Blood An CancerouslluntorsHumors Blotches Salt Rheum and alldlseaBes nn from impure blood or low condition 6f the system Especially recommended for all I forms of Sciatic Rheumatism PRICE ONE COLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BYDRUDBISTSy MniOitrr l W MCIfUOIIIICIIEIICALCII Tt IR s 1 A f J r r i r wtir trw jii 1i Sr+i rt 4 yl1- st