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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ryr r n rfI ts r 4u a R4 1 1 s 7 7 Y t M la 4s a r 7 VF T tY r r vnw e i34 i- a ht- q r ik- s YJ trCa 0 s ea y k r i4 a- y i ir 1y Ct + it Y- t t E8 ltt1 S J 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are lere to help Clay Ciljffhe Surrounding Country and Ourselves +h E Burgher Publisher Itft VOL XIV CLAY OITY KYrHURSDAY JANUARY 21 J90P NO3 We are for Them All I The city was full of Democrat ric county candidates yesterday all good men and the cleverest people on earth The Times man is for every candidate in the field and against not one of them rile editor will vote in the primary February 0 in every con test and because we make a cchoice it does tint follow that we areagainst the men whom we do not votefor We could vote for them all if it would count If our r men are defeated we are just as strong for the man who wins as we would be for our mart should he win The Times so far as the r vapor is concerned will take no issue between candidates bat will trent all alike and will give loyal support to the nominees after the prim try Lot this beth determination of every Dem ocrat before he votes in the pri mnr The next time I vote I will stamp only in the circle un der the Rooster regardless of k who gets thin nomination in this election Tile Factory i SkiclmoreBro8of Bowen have hought a tile factory which will f iTae located either at Bowen or Stanton This project should he Jbfurrtold benelitto the farmers tQf fe well asit will ena 14 t ifJ teemtogetthin which their M it tta a dYJ at home 4S ftlctoryprlc 8 and this should enable them to put in a complete system wherever needed In helping to build up your town dontbeafraidof criticisms Study well you duty as a citizen and go about 1 without fear or favor and you will find that those simpletons who may at first null you a busybody will be will jug to give you credit for being an enterprising citizen when the needed reforms are brought a bout by your work Program for Christian Endeavor Society from 0 Until 7j Sunday evening January 24th TopicLifes lesson for me from the book of Gen Organist Grac Shimfessel The Creation Gen 112 Thomas Rose Order Gen 1 825TM5BsNora Rich Man Gen 2G8lCecil Williams Eden Gen 2123w Miss Bertha Mapel Sin Gen 81OAlbert Burgher Murder Gen 4115mMra Albert Burgher HopeloenSms- IsaacMiss Flora Wils- onJacobMiss Edna Earnest Moses Miss Mollie Johns- onAaronMrs Wm 0 Mart- inJosehpMiss Ada Johnson The land of Canaan Carl Garrett The land of Egyptiillard Estes Duet Misses jOllie floskins and Grace Shearer Song = Society Endeavor Benediction Collection of Dues Brisk Court Day Mr RW Garrett and others from this county attended Mt Sterling court Monday They r a large number ofcal la- oicthemarketand brining gpocl prices Feeders broughfc abopit5- cetitsiyearlingandmimaller4 aid 4 ts andh jfQtmi alott Mf on the average The horse and mule market was fair Where the Money Goes The life and fire insurance com panics doing business in Ken tucky collected from the people of the State 8000000 last year They returned 0000000 to the people and cleared 2000000 Fire insurance companies wrote 240000000 and life insurance companies 280000000 worth of business in the State for last year w = = c o i r 1 JUST RECEIVEDI I S N 1 New Line of Ladies Cloaks and WrapsjI i i Newest Styles and Lowest Prices t R GALL AND SEE THEM My i I j j i l C SHIMFE3SELs M J o 1 j f- It i i w + t Str 1t tft m GJ y lj 1 cIItroO 1 CH y f 4 14 I l Kentucky Crops AccordjtiRtq figures to the Di vision of Production and Distri bution of therNational Department of Agtipulture the average yield of tbblujispo in Kentucky in 1008 was SlGi pounds to the acre tthe averag pHco per pound was 91 goats a the totol value of the crop waTi7700fiOO JCentuckJdsed 74823000 season valued at O The average yield was252buslicis to the acre nh1ck110p of wheat last season was8 i1l000 bushels val ued at The average yield waslifOWbushels to the acre i zy Kentucky potato crop was 2 350000 busheliu 1008 a yield of 02 bushels tiho acre with a total valueof1908000- The hay cfpprof the Bluegrass State in 1005iYte 075000 tons ah tobthe acre total value of 7425ooo fI r 0Ilia Clay t3 Spoke Company will start tip factorygtiTsome time nes eni ployment totheoisual number of hands rI of great aid to the msiyi le who havefor beenun- able to 5ntia In U of etiiploy meatIA wi B aM 1 i Gihrter Siihfp of this county who some time back was charged with stealing a watch and a pis tol from Aba Reniclc in Clark county wasthis week tried on the charge in they Clark Circuit Court and given one ysar in the penitentiaryOn of illness in his family Elder B R Hon was un able to fill the standat the Chris tian Church Its family is now better and he will be here the second Sunday Iril February and hold afew days meetin- gDarlingsville Mrs Susie Smefchers of this place is very sick at this writing f i l- jH H Hoskins as one of the court day visitors atMt Ster ling Monday tM Rain mud and atide in the river is about nil we can hear Some people arenever satisfied it is too wet or too dry MrandMrs S M McIntosh after three weoksivisit with rel atives and friejjcls have returned to their home ilt Perrin Mo Mrs WT TV Wilson of Wal tersviHe who hitJeDvtry low saywithMartin is improving nicely Mr and MrsAlbert Crow of Hard wicks Creeaand Mr and Mrs S M+ MIn osli of Perrin Mo made a sliortvisit with Mr and Mrs A 0 Barnes last week 1 Ar Farm Per1 ReeL M v About 100 acres on Hardwicks Creek Somcern land with good dw orchmira xlA tyof water ForfurtwiiSermfttiph apply to Mrs- tl WMog10ney tk y lorJVIkrnett r- Y Ky ii 2rs J Li i5t 1tto 1 Value of Local Newspapers The manager of two farm jour nals of national circulation has compiled some interesting figures whichstrikingly illustrate the su premacy of the home newspa per A careful canvass of the farmers in the states of Ohio and Michigan showed that 77i percent of the farmers of those states do not take any of the pop ular national magazines In oht er states it is beleived the per centage will be found to be even greater The canvass demon strated that in many families the local paper is the only reading matter that enters the home The local paper therefore must ex ercise a tremendous influence on publicopinion and upon the buy ing public It is lamentable but true that the local merchant often fails to see that he has right at hand the means of com bating mail order houses Liberal conscientious advertising in his local paper will carry more weight than all the catalogues and national advertising that a mail order house ever puts out Awarded Damages In the Clark Circuit Court at Winchester Tuesday the jury in the case of Laura Ewen vs her father W R Ewen returned a ifitedtooaMiss Ewen brought the action for 3000 damages for assault which ho committed by striking her with a shoo The plaintiff was represented by Welch Byrd and Davis the defendant by Pendle ton Bush A great deal of interest was manifested in this case the court house being packed during the entire trial Both the defendant and plaintiff formerly lived in this county where the family is well known Passing of the Hired Girl The day of the hired girl in America is passed or perhaps one should say is passing since the servant has not in the major ity of cases risen to meet the new order of things She is still too apt to be the crude hand the foreign girl perhaps She hears of the high wages of housework and enters upon it demanding the pay of a skilled worker and having no skill to give Compare her lot with that of a factory girl and see how well she fares Her hours are longer and more irregular and in many of the most elaborate establishment the discipline is severe Yet she is supplied with wholesome food she can find plenty of places where working uniforms are fur nished her and where she will have a comfoi table room There is too great a shortage of servants to necessitate their enduring cruelty or discomfort If the place does not suit it is always possible to change Lucy HuJla ker in the February New Idea Womans Magazine Governor Willson says I will be the most unpopular and hated Governor who ever went out of oflice when my term expires He assigns as a reason that he will not let his friends control hun and that he is conducting liis oMco with itt favpritis t tVfWe trust our subscribers all who are in arrears will call and settle what they owe The postal laws unreservedly require that subscrip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be mailed after one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to any sub scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey tho law which puts us in a hard place that can be so easily remedied by all paying up Please do this u A GREAT SAVINGS SALE For the Next 20 Daysd Lot Nor l flats That Were 8500 to 550 now 375 Lot No 2II 350 to 400It 8250 to 275 LotNo3 II 250 to 3001 150 to 200iLotNo4 II II fI 160 to 200II 100 to 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacri floe price Now is your chance tojb- uy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Y Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY rt t q Ip t 01 l oj t 4 i PwJ i = c Y W f Av ry r krdLV C Ii f st t- fl i n t i J Jt J I t t17 id i I f C I sf ttJ i J J Vj r 4 o ofoi + t j tft jii f if i1t r W r tiK rs h i iI n Ii t z I 1YIff4ti iI i4to 1 1f r c l r t 4 t J r t I Y 1 r- i 4- v cW IJ Ls nrr 3- tr Yip i JY 10c r 1 ii J t t 2K w 2LAYj CITY TIMESt i t i 50 Cents a Year in Ad ncWeare here to help Clay Cijfji tbe SurronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher w VOO XIV CLAY CITY KY HURSDAY JANUARY 2i J909 NO3 We are for Them AH The city was full of Democrat ic county candidates yesterday all g odmcnnndthe cleverest A people on earth The Times man is for every candidate in the field and against not one of them t The editor will vote in the pry mary February 0 in every con test and because we make a choice it does not follow that we are against the men whom we do not votefor We could vote for them all if it would count If our men are defeated we are just as strong for the man who wins as we would be for our mIni should he win The Times so far as the r paper is concerned will take no issue between candidates but will treat all alike and will give loyal support to the nominees after the prim try Lot this beth determination every Dem ocrat before he votes in the pri mqryuThe next time I vote I will stamp only in the circle anI kx der the Rooster regardless of who gets the nomination in this election f Tile Factory J SkldmoreBrosof Bowen have bought a tile factory whicjvwill fiTbe located either at Bowen or Stanton This project should be A of untold benefit to the farmers of Powell county as it will ena tr i c 4 J1lethem get tiling hichflieirj fe d oibadTyeeJdaat Home t ncary ices andtnis sliQiild en acomPlete1system In helping to build up your town dout be afraid of criticism Study well you duty as a citizen and go about without fear or favor and you will find that those simpletons whomay at first call yoaa busybody will bo will jug to give you credit for being an enterprising citizen when the needed reforms are brought about by your work I Program I SOCitYifromJanuary 24th TopicLifes lesson for me from the book of Gen Organist Graco Shimfessel The Creation Gen 112 Thomas Rose Order Gent325MissNoraRich- Men Gen 1 2081 Cecil Williams Eden Gen 2123 Miss Bertha Mapel Sin Gen 810 Albert Burgher Murder ion 4115 Mrs Albert Burgher Reconstruction and new Hope Gen81522 Mrs Cecil Williams Abraham Miss Mary Shinifessel Isaac Miss Flora Wils- onJacobMiss Edna Earnest Moses Miss Mollie Johns- onAarouMrs Win 0 Martin Josehp Miss Ada Johnson The land of Canaan Carl Garrett The land of EgyptIillard Estes Duet Misses JOllie Hoskins and Grace Shearer Song Society Endeavor Benediction Collection of Dues Brisk Court Day Mr JLfWi Garrett and others from this county attended Mt Sterling court Monday They report a large number of catjle onthe marketandbrining flood prices Feeders jbrought about 5 cerits yearii ngtnd8 m ileriuid 41ceuts andhiareabpei 4cIton the av rageThe horse and mule market was fair Where the Money Goes The life and fire insurance companies doing business in Ken tucky collected from the people of the State 8000000 last year They returned 0000000 to the people and cleared 2000000 Fire insurance companies wrote 210000000 and life insurance companies 280000000 worth of business in the State for last year 1 rw t= c r p r wW l i JUST RECEIVEDI i New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps j J J r Newest Styles and Lowest Prices r I J GALL AND SEE THEM J e I C SHIMFESSEL r ilfir r i i J r J C4 d ij ft j f r t i fdu i +y t n T- v7 Ii 1- I Kentucky Crops to the Division of Production and Distri bution of thefNational Depart ment of Agriculture the average yield of to o in Kentucky in 1908 was 81G3 unds to the acre the averajjtf ptice per pound was 91 cents totol value of the crop waTi7799fiOO- JKentuck 1i tlused 74823000 bushels ofcot last season value ed at 5518OgO0 The average Y ield was252 bushels to the a jpMKentuckyjsjejop of wheat last season was8798000 bushels val ued at 8 The average wasii0nishels to the a y5ereKentucky8 potato crop was 2 350000 busiiel iu 1908 a yield of 62 bushels t0hb acre with a total value of 1908000 The hay cfppTof the Bluegrass State in 1908 ts 675000 tons an average ieeidof 185 tons to the acre wiHlfftotal value of 7425000 4 XheOlnyQitySpolte Company will start pitlieir spoke factory some time hisxywejek giving em ployment to the oisuril number of hands Tbiffwil 1te of great aid- foth 1iav laborers who havTbjr eernSnths been un able iettiployrmeets fI Tf wi ujutQ- ilnier SiimpJof this county who some time back was charged with stealing a watch and a pis tol from Aba Reniclc in Clark county was this week tried on the charge in they Clark Circuit Oourt and glven oneyear in the penitentiaryOn fd illessn his family Elder B R Hon was un able to fill the standat the Ohris than Church Ifs family is now better and he will hey here the second Sunday iril February and hold a few days meetin- gDarlingsville Mrs Susie Smethers of this place is very si katthis writing 1 c H H Hoskins vas one of the court day visitors at Mt Sterling Monday tl Rain mud and a tide in the river is about alliwe can hear porno people lire idever satisfied- It is too wet or too dry v Mr and Mrs S M McIntosh after three weeks visit with relatives and friends have returned to their home at Perrin Mo Mrs Wr WJoWilonof Wal tersviHe who hasbeen very low for some time wo are glad to say with the carejfiiieatment of Dr Martin is improving nicely Mr and Mrs Albert Crow of gardwicksreoktand Mr and Mrs S MM osli of Perrin Mo made a sliprVyisit with Mr and Mrs A 0 Dirties last week P nl PerReat About 100 BCreaon Hard wicksa Creek Some cern land with good dwelling orcharSlwdplenty of way ter Forfurtt tKlfermatioh apply to Mrs 1W o IQi1ey s Y Ky tn7IDrnett tL r wJ7 t t Value of Local Newspapers The manager of two farm jour nals of national circulation has compiled some interesting figures whichstrikingly illustrate the supremacy of the home newspa per A careful canvass of the farmers in the states of Ohio and Michigan showed that 7n percent of the farmers of those states do not take any of the pop ular national magazines In oht er states it is beleived the per centage will be found to be even greater The canvass demon strated that in many families the local paper is the only reading matter that enters the home The local paper therefore must exercise a tremendous influence on publicopinion and upon the buy ing public It is lamentable but true that the local merchant often fails to see that he has right at hand the means of com bating mail order houses Liberal conscientious advertising in his local paper will carry more weight than all the catalogues and nationaladvertising that a mail order house ever puts out Awarded ages In the Clark Circuit Court at Winchester Tuesday the jury in the case of Laura Ewen vs her father W R Ewen returned a andkledtMiss Ewen brought the action for 3000 damages for assault which ho committed by striking her with a shoe The plaintiff was represented by Welch Byrd and Davis the defendant by Pendle ton Bush A great deal of interest was manifested in this case the court house being packed during the entire trial Both the defendant and plaintiff form erly lived in this county where the family is well known Passing of the Hired Glil The day of the hired girl in America is passed or perhaps one should say is passing since the servant has not in the major ity of cases risen to meet the new order of things She is still too apt to be the crude hand the foreign girl perhaps She hears of the high wages of housework and enters upon it demanding the pay of a skilled worker and having no skill to give Compare her lot with that of a factory girl and see how well she fares Her hours are lower and more irregular and in many of the most elaborate establishment the discipline is severe Yet she is supplied with wholesome food she can find plenty of places where working uniforms are furnished her and where she will have a comfoi table room There is too great a shortage of servants to necessitate their enduring cruelty or discomfort If the place does not suit it is always possible to change Lucy Huffa her in the February Now Idea Womans Magazine Governor Willson says I will be the most unpopular and hated Governor who ever went out of ofiice when my term espnes a Reassigns as a reason that he will not let his friends control him and that he is conducting his pi1Cpwits nt favoritism We trust our subscribers all who are in arrears will call and settle what they owe The postal laws unreservedly require that subscrip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be mailed after one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to any sub scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey tho law which puts us in a hard place that can be so easily remedied by all paying up Please do this il A GREAT SAVINGS SALE F For the Next 20 DaysL Lot No1 Hats That Were 500 to 550 now 375 Lot No 2II II II 350 to 400CI 8250 to 275 Lot No 3 II CI 250 to 300 150 to 2 00iLotNo4II II 11 150 to 200II 100 to 150 P Every Hat in the Store at a sacri fice price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Y Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY t- y ilt f r d 2 J Y i THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEKX THUKSDAT JUurgherIublisherSu- Escri i lion Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Jan 81 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TiMES nnd CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 76 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEHENTS For County Judge We are authorized to announce D 31 Daniel candidate for Judge of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J M Welch candidate forJudge of Iow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce A P Johnson as candidate Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of f the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CIIAS EWES candidate for County Court Olerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party Wo are authorized to announce JWWoolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J F WOODWAIID n candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Domo cratic party Superintendent of Schools Wo are authorized to annoiince R A Irvin Sr candidat for the ofllceof County Superintendent of Schools of Powell county Rubjecttotbo actione oflheDoniocratityparty For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLOKD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Juilor subject 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 Char lie Clark candidate for Jailor of towel county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Assessor We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G Ai Crabtree ns candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jons B PATTOX candidate for tho ollico of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of tho Democratic party T Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will enter a motion in the Powell County Court at its February 1909 term to have created a new Voting Precinct in Powellcounty beginning at the mouth of Sand Lick branch in the Slade precinct line thence up tho Sand Lick with said line to the Estill and Powell county linerthence with the Estill and Powell county line to the forks of the county road at Estill Fur nace thence with tho road lead ing toward Stanton until it reaches the junction of the Oat creek and Stanton road thence n straight lino to include the res idence of Jim Ed Townsend i thence up the Beech branch of Vat creek so as to include the g residence of Doc Spencer to the top of Gritters ridge to the point nearest mouth of Sand lick i thence to the mouth of Sand Lick the beginning so as to include tilt rfsidHHro of JnliiaMian Boyd If A liitfirn mil other t ii S Misery In Stomach Whynot start now today and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A diete- dTLoninckgets the uesnnd grumbles Give it a good eat then take Papos Diapepsin to start the digestive juices work ingrfhero will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling like a lump oflead in tho stom ach or heartburn sick headache and Dizzinqss and ypur food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at drug store here and will relievo the most obstinate case of Indiges tion 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 simulption into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapepsin works your stomachrestsgets itself in or der cleans upand then you feel like eating when you cone to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute reliof from all Stom ach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Diapepsin Tell your druggist thatyou want Papes Diapepain because you want to bo thorough ly cured of indigestion JbFfersorvville Mrs June West is visiting her son Chits West r Born toFverett Trimble and wife a laughter Decerulerl 7- tiIiRVlftBlncksi hc4Husbei40 very7ij1 tffQr SCIIW is l betterJ People are having good weath dr for feeding aiidfeeil is the cry of the day- There was a nice lot Ifcattle ted in this neighborhood for the Alt Sterling court market Sam Wireman unit Monroe Chase have returned fromtlie mountains where they purchased a nice drove of cattle ISchool closed at Gumgrove 31 having been taught by Miss Dessie Stamper who gave hood Satisfaction and who schoolIobtain a life diploma at the close of the summer term We wish her much success and happiness From another Correspondent George Byrd is at Scranton visiting some sick folks Jefrersonvillo has gone dry and every body is dad of it Miss Lola Wilson began a subscription school the 11th Mrs Lizza Jonson who huts been very ill is some better Mrs Martha Leach is at home from Ohio lherc ehe has been SEEDSBUCKBE23 cciDSSLCL- EEDSPECIAL OFFER Mid to tnlUIfeir B lDetfc A trial wilt makeou our permanenteEOmer IF Drite Celtee tlona4k 11 ktade Teatey lithe 5nettTwF711ndld OM5bceThu PLEASEls al1 flCAKAHTZED TO Write today Mention this gaper V SEND to CENTSto OOTW powr oe4 pttklctn4wain tJab TgUt bl- eol4etlo a with JnntrustlTr neaUtlf Seed n Mnnt Book i UAi Ol tboul Gu fleet rul Ut et EoeJJ PUum 1G H Wt 6sck ee JI L axktoan ur visiting her daughter Mrs Della t t tLeachSomeof the boys who went from thi8Pl t i aha have returned much plensed with Ken Mucky II Mr MillardSuttohsonof Mrs Mnnda Su ton dfwl lust week and was brought hero for burial He leaves a wifeancTthree children I The Kentucky law provides i that statements of the condition of State banks shall be sent into the office of v tile Secretary of State every three months or at such other tinVesas he may call for them Secretary of State Brunei has been requiring the banks to send him statements at the end of March June Septem ber and December of each year but he has announced that he would chung Bomowhat this or der Of things instead of having a fixed time at which statements will be called for he proposes to call upon the heads of State bunking institutions for state ments at uncertain intervals 106 Reward 100 The readers pfftiiis paper will be pleased to learn that there ill1t least one dreaded disease that science has beep able to cure in aU its stages and that s Catarrh Halls Catarrh CureiBMhe only positive cure now kuownfto the medical fra ternity Catarrl being a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treotments Halls Caturrh Cure is taken internally noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thojitell1thcrcbY de stroying the of the lib ease and giving t patient strength by building up the constitution and ussiatini naive in doiiui Its work The proprietor have 80 uiuchfuitu iu lytcuriitivegppweiB tlluttthrt roiler noHiindred Uul iTirH for any euHetiiut isfails to cure gelid for list of teBtilnoniuls Address FJ Cheney jfcco Tole do Ohio Sold uy Uruggifts 75c v Jako halls FamlyPillsfor con htipation I FRUIT C ORNAflENTAL 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For united time you tan taw our fuiww 5bai t ding Long DiiUnce TdnihoAe I with Bwcriel end lor iniullin in taute y Lithtninf Arretter 0 whole outnl wunntcd and + II SIl2rna nWrJREMEMBm A ONLY WnlTodtytSUMTER H 1 h Box SUMTCR r ETeryaardenerandPlantertbvUld mrfttor I p e nnl 014- OBEATNO1LTUEItN j I s w j t MERSPHY5ItlAN5 e l t r Irinthdp e j MamrI s EXPERIENCEl r L artrt a + TRADE MARKS i DESIGNSCOPYNIKHTS C Anyone sending a seetch and deacdption may qnlcklr ucertaln our opinion free an M Intention Is probably patentab Commnnlfa tr 1le1lPatents thrum notice without ohtige lnth ert S itntlflC MMiericaH I A hlllldaomel Illustrated iweekly Tarrteatolr 11 r euatlon Of anClOntlllCIJouroa Tories ta a r byallnawadoalereM lUan 011100 tit WuhIllcttO flt 1 Joj r or J rC Iti J rLrli Tllfs 0rN ALL IIOMRMADE ARCH THURSDAY Inn 211001 LOOAL BREVITIES Curtis Bowman is at LeRnsc Owsley county on business New Line of Early Rpring OIng has Just received at Mrs Williams Mrs John llingo is very sick with some form of muscular dis Ouse The tide in the river the lnst of the w ek wits the first since July For Sale Cottnge of four rooms jn business part of town Apply at this office I G W Everman of Right An pie was transacting business to the city Tuesday T N Rich has uccepted a po baldsawcountyDr Williams reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Win diem on Snow Oreek Fri day January 16 Only sixteen days more Until 1 the primary election Wcare expctingr8ther lively times until after February Gth t Herbert Reed whose death notice appeared in this paper lust week was buried at the com otery in this city Saturday There were no services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night on account of the pastorthe Rev R A Irvjn- beingsick1- k a 4 ff a- Miss Kate HutchiiiEon has accepted a positionsmotron at the Highland Orphanage Miss Katqis well suited for the post4 tion and the management iriaj congratulate itself upon securing her services Dont Oet a Divorce Awqtern judge granted a di vorce on account of illtemper and had breath Dr Kings New Lift Pills would have prevented it- Tbey cure Constipation causing bad breith and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish headaches conquer chills 25c at nil Druggists Jackson hits passed a Curfew law which forbids boys from be jngon the streets without adult escorts after 8 p in in winter and Opemill summer This law is good but should be after dark instead of any regular sot hours rt Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklens Arni- ca Salve and forget them It soon drives out paid For Burns Scalds Wound Cuts und Bruises E its earths greatest healer Quick IycuresSkin Eruptions Old Sores Hoils Ulcers Felons j hest Pile cure made Relief is instant 2pc at nil druggists e NOTICE Twill ontor a motion at the February I term of the Powell County Court to chnngetho boundary line + of voting precinct No2 and 4 so astto begin nt the mouth of Cat Creek and running thence with tho dividing ridge between the waters of Pecks Creek and Cat Crebk to the Estill and Powell county line so asto place the farms of George 4 I A Burke and James Foster in pre f oinctiNoa JAMES FOSTER f iiYyay rr1 C toy pO Jc kY4 j f 4y1 Lrd r y d I 11 n r 5Costs i Shake In a Bottle is ttie hio when the doctor busy and the patent medicine lurert reap the harvest un great cure is taken to dress and keep the feet dry This advice of an old eminent an whpays that Rheuma and Kidney trouble weather and also tells what to do in oran attack from any good prescription pnerhalf ounce Fluid Ex Dandelion one ounce Com Kargon three ounces Coin Syrup Sareaparjlla Mix by in a bottle and take a tell after meals and at bed f try this simplt homemade at the first sign of Rlieu or if your backaches or feel that the kidneys are not just right This is said to splendid kidney regulator and certain remedy for all forms which is caused by acid in the blood which the fail to filter out Any one easily prepare this at home and 1lcost 7 in this town and vicin when shownthe prescription that they can either supply ingredients or if our readers they willcompound the mix for them Notice to Trespassers persons are hereby notified all hunting and trespassing is bv the undersigned who prosecute to the extent of the persons violating this no B B HUTSON more long time subscriptions w today STOCK 100000 ANJJ UN D b PRofelXS 14OOOO wTLPa I3A Ir OP VINCIIBTBR IC- YrrIIOLTXWITIIERsvOONPREs R SIUAH A tiT OASIIIEK i ACCOUNTS SOLICITED I F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits can furnish Nome Made Cot to Order on Short Notice Desired Bend KyS q rnrlTTr rWrV7 TTTTTT T- JPf1AUPPIN Wiltchmakertand Jeweler Kinds of Watch and Clock on Short Notice and Terms SATISFAC 1IONOUARAtpED Line of JewelryCpectaclt s and Beeie la the Red Hotel BwHdiiir r L Vt CITY + KENTUCKY + + t+ + + + lotit i f V 4 s Ii If ji ri a The readers of this paper are earnestly invited to patronize the merchants whose advertisements appear in these columns and byw cluing The that advertise sell more there fore they can afford to sell cheaper and always have fresh goods hand Notice Of Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell coun ty Kentucky persuant to duo notice at Stanton Ky on the 7th day of December lOOS there was present the following duly elected qualified and acting Precinct Committeemen Robt Kcnnon L Faulkner J M Buchanan and T G More head by proxy to J M Buchanan L Loving W ll Congleton It was ordered that for the purpose of nominating Demo cratic Candidates for time County offices to bo voted for at the election to be held November 1800 a primary election beheld 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 M on said date at which all persons residing in said precincts and who are legal voters and known Democrats shall have a right to vote That the officers to con duct said primary election shall be two Judges a Sheriff and a Clerk for each of time 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 Commit tee on or before the 7th day of January l09 and that time per sons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on the ballots to be used in saidelection That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the 11th day of January 1905 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 of said primary election each person who may on or before the 7th day of January 1009 notify the Chairman of this Committee of his purpose to become a candidate before said primary election shall on or before the 7th day of January 1909 deposit with the Chairman of this Com mittee the sum of 10 00 to be used in defraying of the expenses incident to the said primary election except candidates for Magistrates and they shall deposit the sum ofti OJand Constables 1 50 That in the eyent the whole of time sum so deposited is not consumed in the paying of said expenses the surplus shall be pro rated 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 turnsandWitness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1908 LUTHER LOVING J H OWE AH Secretary Chmn Powell Co Democratic Corn f CLAY CITY NATIONAL 1 I i HCLAYy Capital Paid in 5000000 pm 4 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations 1 Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with r modern and careful banking Savings Deposits I 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits I BOARD OF DIRECTORS rf M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CiiAKLEB SCOTT J F Cox I A4 T WUITT profit pitpu on several expense among OPFICERSfill CIIAB M H A T WuITT Oashlerm rlrwrrn INSURE WITH i I F A LYONI AcutHt+ The Loading Insurance J of Eastern 1 tentuolcyOver 200000000 t i Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know theyare leaders in thisline + It + + tot + + ++ + + + c + 61 M J4 f f- I + w f a We Buy I FURSHides Wool Feathers TVBowBcetwax Clotenti Golden 5c lYeDowRoot May Apple Wild Ginger etc We an dealers estaU shed in l856Orer half a century in LouuruV andcan do better for you than sent or connutaon merchant Reference any Bank in Louisville Writ for wetly pace list aDd ihippias tags M Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Renew your subscription today For Sale Ono second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this olllce We Want The Orphans Itrhe Highland Orphans Home at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in the mountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by theSociety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen will bore euved 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 W6 request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gutmint Wilmore Ky AIco will thank all ministers informationscare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Ed ward O Guerrant i Wilmore Ky j i i j l 7 JHOFEBSIONAr CARDS MJLWNyN WWMN W MMnJWNi1 VNNNW WM4 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I R C WELCH Attorney tsc CounselloraLa w STANTON KENTUCKY General Practice inall Courts of the Commonwealth SEEDSBucVbtei Full of Life Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years of successful d growing behind them 1t pays to plant the best- Seasonable Specialties BEANSEarliest Red Valentine 250 Bushel RefugeeExtra Early 335 Bushel New Strlnglcs Green Pod 370 Bushel Wardwells Imp Kidney Wax 4jo Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel Curries Rust Proof Wax SESo Bushel PEASEztra 3o Bushel New Early Grains fS50 Bushel Ilorsfords Market Garden Bushel Biickbccs Lightniic Express jjoo Bushel Lettuce Rui h Tomato and a full line of pricesSendyour requirement Iad uill gnoterica MoneyWrite H W SUCK EEJ363 Deckhee St fIktr 6 r tncttrrd U1 nJand Dr 2i thwujJ Cures acute and t iroie dbrrhoen dysen I complaintAsiaticmeat of tyTlioid tvr Suiie xv iilerlal I results obtained in all parN of thu world II WORKS LIKE MAGIC i Prlco 20 c nttJ per box Dont accept a substltatnn nlltd r M good jour K rvt hAD c1 doat care to gft it for youtcud direct to Itry rrtnANY 703Wot t srr 1rl r If Sheriffs Sale for faxeswi- llI on MONDAY the 1st day of FEBRUARY 1909 at the Court- House door in Stanton Kentucky expose for sale tojjthq highest bidder the property hereinafter described or Bulllcient anioQnt of each persons property named to satisfy the amount of taxes duefrom each person fur the year 1908and also to cover the costs of such sales tbwit Precinct No i adjJ 5 29 adjJ 6 05 Taylor Joe 100 a adj B B Hutson amount 4 64 Wade Willie Jr 100 a- adjC R Geonett 3 88 Precinct NO2 Cole T G 80 a adjn S Brandenburg amount S 4 23 Ewen Stone pernennl prop C 88 HenryWilloughbyamt 281 Hatton Geo W lOOa adjn Sherman Tharp 4 09 Hatton J II 50 a adjn W B Randall 4 4G Lane Jas M 69 a adjn Jas Patrick amount 4 75 adjnWeed 2 19 Morton J W 80 a adjn J 0 Morton amt 304 Noble Miles 21a adjn R Jackson amt 628 Randall W B SOn A IL Hatton amt 4 99 udjnT 10 84 Trevett Etta 2 a adjn J tS Patrick amt 454 Tharp WmB adjn Sherman Tharp 10 90 Precinct No 3 Chatman Sie 100 adjn J no Chapman amt 5 05 adjGree 499 11IcArther Peter 1 5 Axis 12113RlJndjnJ H Pelfry Amt 336 udjnWS i25 adjnAlbert 4 80 Thompson A J N R 125 a adjn J NKing 249 Willoughby Leander50 a adjn S Burgea amt 4 50 Pelfrey Zach 30 a adjn A YocUm amt 2 89 Precinct No 4 Friend Jas personal prop 618 D50attdjnPreston G 15 JnoAhley 408 Hager Mary B adjn A T Knox amt 330 HattonWm30llaqjnJF 8 39 Knox Ben B adjn John Knoxnmt387IeIVis McQuinn amt 1 69 Mullens Ueo 40 a adjn Win Baker amt 3 03 Rose Sam 80 a udjn John Brandenburg unit 4 58 Rose W B 40 a adjn Jno Aynes unit 4 29 Sons Abe 50 a adjn Arm Bowen amt 4 40 Spencer W L80 a adjn Gran Spencer arat 5 70 Starnes Lester 2 a adjn Sant Hall 357 Sullivan Martha N R 300 a adjn V 0 Martin 3 95 Wasson John 80a ndjn Preston Johnson amt 475 West Elihu 300 a adjn Randall Hanks amt 4 54 Precinct No 5- Flichnm I Bud h n ndjn P G Flinchum amt 3 67 Moore VE 12 lots Clay Cy C 23 Martin Joe 1c u 470 Ruokec A 3 lots Clay City Slimp Pathejra 30 a adjn 4161 IfuckerJ OJWalt d r rf7t IUIt Precinct No 6 Ballard Anibre 45 adjn Wm Spencer amt 357 Barnett R 1 125 it idJn Jus Strange amt 4 46 ndjnG 3 03 Burris Vinso 50aSdJnB F right ami 4 4G Kincaid Jas 1 0 adjoins Morgan McKinney amt 5 06 Kinmlid G BnrJmrJ Kihcaid 60 a ndjn DR Daniel 4 55 Burgher ElSznbetlr 160ja adjoins Curtis Bowman amt 9 20 Burgher Elizabeth 150a adjoins Curtis Bowman arrlt 10 G6 MounU Thos 105a adjns W S att G 73 Precinct No 7 ndjGeit 8 21 Maze Jaa100a adj Jnort 8 80 IInes40aajCleo 814- Colored List Bundun jErtwrenco 8aadjoins Thou S Uth amt 4 40 Burgher FredjlS a adjoins J rf 0 4t Burns ChasJi a adjoins T Martin avit 298- Charlestdn Mary 2 a adjn Fred Burghejnonnt 229 Charleston lle 1 ha John Hamiltoiwbtar amount 226 Daniel Ncl ibta adjoins Richard Han 330 adjoinsJohn 3 5- Glo ed xtt trdnAnn tiVillfarnefimt tC 3 2 82- ofTJasG 1 Bmadjojns T Anderson amt 3 3 Or Haggard tAhandli 12 a adjn John 212 Hampton Iohni28aadjn Y OJ a r 441 Hamilton Joljfp3aa1jn Breck Blythe am 357 McGowan rho 3ftadjn Poor farm and per fpr 8 47 WitHarnBhe i a din8 Nelsoon Williams amt 1 59 adjoinsClay 5 02 Willjunis Ar J adjoins E C Ghenault amount 394 Young Sanford cB adjoins DickHall amt Jp 440 rlI KJE NQIT- SherlffiPpwell County Farm For Sale- Boundary of aftjutftC acres ori mile from Spoij Spring Price 8120000 and w Worth the mon ey Mrs Belle Burgher Spot Spring Ky KILL COUUAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr yiiflg New Dicovsry IIFORIOUCH ODoa Trial PllICEI AND ALLTHROAT UfH8 TROUBLES GURANT1BD ATIBPAOTOEY- OR MONEY EWUNDBD u r usIthis ask the reason we urge you In buying too be careful g Ad tf1u1Dcoi tal AGNTLiver l tbte0ldrtfable c dJr uwll1vlf 1WJhed Is MtkQltate Jottt 2 t GrJtrIN p jaaU I l c r L w t r J SufferinsLadiesare urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and tako Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs TAKE j It Will Help YouJIt isa genuine curative medicine that builds up jpainMrswritesiBefore 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 Itook Oardui and now Dardui has about cured my female trouble fiAT ALL DRUG STORES 3 Btit1 IcRY OF L E TIME UU3LE EiistBouniJ West nnllnd L c No2Daily LVM 2253t5 820 3 3I 35o3lj8 40 414 43O PtJlsl447Q 510 605 610 INoJ A M 735 Sn3 1326 R42O02 J1V- fl 15 t22fl8 J3 nU 6 1017 1115 lt20 I Stations 11 AI q s Lexington L E Innctron IildianFielrisY crV Stantowktt Filaon i Qam tonJnnctf i 1Jsitllral Brui p i Totrent tea t JotQkton Jackson t No 1I CA M 005 012 s OO 84ti 825 815 89 4 803 r t r mm 707r 610 INii 3 P illfin 507 4534a3 4262i 14 1 71 5 1i- ro p l1 820 225 220 I Sunday No6 Oil4I1 4Gfir084 90fl 1 854ci7 48 r QI 1 w R28fi op u2dor r 8iLi 754 7 05of700 Thq illowing CONNKCTIONS rtvtniidoDailyExceptauhday L feE Junction N 8l and 3WinconnectrwiththnCcs Q1l Bail I way for jlt Swrling Ky c v Catupton Junction Nosy 1 213 nt1twill conneotwith Jbe Moun twin Co nt nil HailvrayJir passengers td and fnim CurnptrrijKv Beattyville Junotion Nits 2 will connect with the L A 1Rai1R way for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction Nos 73 anti 4 will connect with thuOIC Bail way torOunnel City ranti way stations v i r r l r f fiiiI J HiATL U t andiailed totlo so IJt is a preparation t ltCJltllot wv escellsdias titested II the people leadlnif drugKisl iimrctviuts apil pfetiwlatiit rJo fveof hit ICOrin J 5 pronounciBreedonsno CIt11l Guamuteedunder the lure I ud and Pro ftct ifilc J FOR SALE 11V tmUtiCnSTS h your dealer should not carry this preparation I writo direct to us iSRECDEN MEDICINE COlno Chattanoofcn Tanrt Rut and Decay are two of the worst enemies ofRoof lug and those who contemplate building should have the protection that i JM ASBESTOS RObFJNG nrfodsi It is proof against both because it is construct j cd of Asbtus rand AJph 1tbotQmlnera1syct the kip 1 that cannot rut or decay 3csidesitpo6sescsa Qiiality pecuUacly its own It requires no coating 1iiy wescnd you sampies and 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