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IT rN ofkt f 1 Ir t r i avp 1 Y t A 1 k aHE TIM SJ 1 50 Centra Year In Advance Ware here toielptlarCltfM BinJing Conotry and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XIY CLAY CITY ICY AY JANUARY 2 J909 NO1 I Fatal Results In a drunken row at KnowHon I this county Saturday night William Conway was shot and instantly killed by Charles Fra zier Immediately after the shooting Frazier walked to Stan ton and surrendered himself to George Stephens Jailer of Pow ell county Just how the diffi culty was brought about cannot be learned however the deceas ed shot the accused inflicting a painful wound some years ago and it is thought that this was the cause of the tragedy Satur day night The accused wus brought before Judge Dericlfson at Stanton Monday and his examining trial wnsset for February 2nd Attorney R 0 Weleh has been retained as counsel for the accusfcd Darlingsville Mrs Emma Mountz and fami ly spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Curt Bowman Mr and Mrs Claude Oarr vis ited relatives in Clay City the latter part of last week Mrs Susie Sinatllers who was Very sicg last weekis much bettor also Mrs W W Wilson conninues to improve James Harrison1hus rented of GUs Mountz his farm Oil Hurd Aviqks creek and will move as sow he can get possession JMrri ndMr8Staniy JBaber pf 4IIardwicks Creek visited Mrs Emma lJ Oil II tz Saturday night a id spent Sunday with Mr Al Tea Grnvett and family Eld J T Turpin filled his reg ulnr appointment at Powells Valley Saturday Saturday night Sunday lad Sunbay night and as usual had mood audience On last Sunday after preach ing at Powells Valley Eld JT Turpin A 0 Barnes and wife I H IT Hnskins nnde wife returned with Mr and Mrs RL Tip ton to their home where a Bump tious dinner was ready prepared and all were hungry enough to do agood part by it Needles and Pins In the fifteenth annual Banquet given to Dr E L Powell to his Louisvillo Church T OUn derwopd editor of the Hopkins ville New Era and first of the Toastmaster prefaced his remarks on the subject Needles and pins thusly Mr Toastmaster and Gentle menWhen a man marries trouble begins Buttoning waists nnd putting in pins- Looking at hats to see if theyre straight Ready to goand having to wait Roused in the night a blanket to spread Hunting for robbers undercash bed i fSummoned ate morn to start up the fire And get in the milk in your scan ty attire Hurry to work hurry back with your pay When a man marries so passes the day I Successful Nunting Joe Mountz of Sardis Missi has sent his mother Mrs Millie Mountz of tine city a bunch of nineinch whiskers which he clip ped frnm a wiid turfceyTCccrirls ofKentuckiansLittlepage and others were mem bers He also sends his mother a deers foot cut off at the knee whick WitS killed by the same party while on the hunt G Lets formerly of this county this week sold his farm of 157 acres on the Iron Works pike near Pilot View to M L Oon wright for 14250 i fr I JUST RECEIVED j fNew Line of Ladies i i Cloaks and Wraps I I Newest Styles and Lpwejt Prlc s i ALL AND SEE THEM j j i i 1 C SHlMftSSEL I A M i1 Jr 1- t r i I I7 1 4 r a n 1 v- r lr t I I 1 X It has teemaced that r ran l i Atkinson for Qountytenrthe Re is a mistake I did 1 Must any body on anyvS he bcratic ticksn er did I Jtimes VLit iainst the lamented County Attorney sptiroago both in the piiiiu r regu mar electiont was defeated byi ptes This is no time fo 1Qs let us lie honest Wt her and keep down ii j Ware aU Democrats boa i the same family and iavb t d up before us a com p b f9 ilIed the Republican pa tie looking and seekinde 1intage and I want to liolof in shap- eS I can eat th t1 ttpt tries to bite me in tbj WKTgg November I election So J uabt honest and trite wlth eae4ttiot and elect good men ilia 1i tej1illicans wont lackle N t rt svtiArtily Ir HTLLIPS 2 4 4 RepubHrfmbry A Republic t W1 ir election has been calved a iJlffrd Legislative dlstl5f i 23 to so- lectoundldatt1 iiQr J and Commdi X l1torney Judge A P an nounced damiSn1i ludgt and Jelly tru j8j1fi b I tididiies Ynat monwea1 his Attorney Magistrate for 31 Years Squire Wm Tlwnfondlncl J P Crabtree were J down frmn Bowen yesterday on business The Squire has been Magistral in his district over a lapse uf thirtyone ejlr and during this time he has reareil seven chil dren six whroni3liehas inimU ed in his official the youngest yet bein g single Committee Meeting The Powell CbtinVy Democrat ib Committee lnet taf Stanton Thursday Jan21y2all ornmii l teemen being pre8et Election officers for the Feb Oth weifeserectedarrflTgenient8miiU concerning the Ballot1 printinir and other quat fu a tended to To the prifriary The warn weailijer the past week has started = the grass to growing It isilioped there will not be enough of4tlli9weather to swell the early fruit buds to be killed later j f Both to Uri andIrs Henry Wisenian bf Cjarjc ftpunty t Jan 20th a ncingJBq Democrat Mrs Wlse iv wrformerly Miss Nora Todd of this cgunty 1MArihliaS I jeciil12 tntthe resi n e and3Eld r A Eas ter Mr Noah iWbrm and Mrs Alma Goisey bl lice residents pfOlay JiBi is the widow ofCouaoilman A R Qposey deceaseflj 7 At the homenr Drake of Dundee JCOHSriie Ewen and Miss Mad We ch daugh terbf J fiT Wof Rosslyn r were nfarrip after noonAttbreeotiMiss Velolt- Leone of iovretntysJleadlag school Jjcher8 s t 4 t t 4 tr 1R 1iatj +1 nq y n Q YAqla j o fJir Jr STINGERS FROM THE HORNET Bogus reform will never cure the trust evil The Taft prosperity has been lost strayed or stolen Republic in promises remain as empty as their dinner pails Every pang of Uncle Joes gavel helps the whole trust crowd to travel It is always easier to Vote the Republican ticket than it is to profit thereGy There will nottbe a splinter of the big stick left for a curiosity in the National Museum Where is our country going to asks the Texas Star Why it is going to revise the tariff you knowJulius Caesar is said to be Roosevelts greatest man Oae sar was not renowned for calling good men liars Dont You think that Taft prosperity would be better done up in small packages That way it would look like more of it The fish wouldnt bite for Taft on a recent outing The reason of this may be because nil the suckers bit for him on the 3rd of last November The tariff may help the American workman make a bare lib putsitpocket f7i rnpluyer The tariff revision will mean that the men who bought the e lection will write the tariff schedules Anybody who thinks differently hold up your hand It seems that all those manu tu Hirers who promised to open up if Taft should be elected have failed to tell us why they shut down and why they havent again opened up Farmers and Manufacturers If you want Congress to give you a subsidy of 2c a pound on your cotton and tobacco now is the time to file your claim If cotton manufacture s should have a bonus why shouldnt cotton growers have a subsidy Thats the only way to give farmers a square dealwhichno Republican administration ever gave them None Can Please There never was a preacher or president poet or politician who could please everyboby There never was a tinker or tailer sol dier or sailor who could suit us all Show us a doctor or lawyer a merchant or sawyer who pleas es the whole multitude Th angelsin i ceeded in comforting the human race There is not a thing on earth or anywhere else that meets the approval of all man kind Increased Prohibition Wave With a State wideprohibition law just passed in Tennessee and L the drys carrying nearly every county in the United States that votes on local option it seems that the liquor interests are receiving material setbacks as fast as time passes by We trust our subscribers all who are in arrears will call and settle what they owe The jj f r nrederrellysMxjuity4 1 fy rItions must be paid in advance and nt least cannot be mailed after one years delinquency We dislike 10 discontinue the paper to any sun scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey tin law which puts UH in a hard place that can he BO easily remedied by till paying up Please do this For sale privately nil my house hold goods Claude Carr IA GREAT SAYINGS SALE 1 5 1 t For the Next 20 Days ZSi IC iJI r Lot No1 flats That Were 500 to 550 now Lot No 2 II 350 to 400 8250 to 370wLot No3 250 to 300II 150 to Lot No 4 150 to 200 100 to 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacrifice 1 price Now is your chance to I buy UptoDate Millinery at very 1 tow Prices it m Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush I CLAY CITY KY I iseaaiiaBS t- k 4t a SR i mIt it rr1LltaflL I k1o i AV v I rN Jtt tN C i r 0 w aHE CLAyJ 1 l s 11y T1MEsJ i50Ccats a Year In Advance We are here to elp C1ayUl shag Country and Ourselves 1 B Burgher lubhslie- rrOU XJY CLAY CITY KY AY JANUARY 28 J909 NO4 Fatal Results I In a drunken row at KnowltonI this cOl1ItySuturda William donway was shot arid instantly killed by Charles Fra zier Immediately after the shooting Frazier walked to Stan ton and surrendered himself to George Stephens Jailer of Pow ell county Just how the diffi culty was brought about cannot be learned however the deceas ed shot the accused inflicting a painful wound sonic years ago andit is thought that this was the cause of the tragedy Satur day night The accused was brought before Judge Dericlfson at Stanton Monday and his examining trial wasset for Febru ary 2nd Attorney R 0 Weleh has been retained as counsel for theaccusd Darlingsville Mrs Emma Mountz and fami ly spent Sunday with Mr and MrsOurt Bowman Mr and Mrs Claude Comm vis ited relatives in Clay pity the latter part of last week Mrs Susie t11iothers who was Very sicg Inst weekis much bettor also Mrs W W Wilson xjqnninues to improve James Harrison has rented of Gus Mountz his farm on Hard wicks creek and will move as spoil he can get possession MriindMr8Staniy JBaber of Hardwieks Greek visited Mrs Emina Mountz Saturday night a id spent Sunday with Mr Al len Qravott mid family Eld J T Turpin filled his reg ulnr appointment at Powells Valley Saturday Saturday night Sunday and Suubay night and as usual had a good audience On last Sunday after preach ing at Powells Valley Eld JT Turpin A 0 Barnes and wife H H Hoskins ands wife returned with Mr and Mrs It L Tip ton to their home where d Bump tious dinner was ready prepared andall were hungry enough to do nod part by it Needles and Pins In the fifteenth annual Banquet given to Dr E L Powell to his Louisville Church T OUn derwood editor of the Hopkins ville New Era and the first of the Toastmaster prefaced his remarks on the subject Needles and pins thusly Mr Toastmaster and Gentle menWhen a man marries trouble begins Buttoning waists and putting in pins- Looking at hats to see if theyre straight Ready to goand having to wait Roused in the night a blanket to spread Hunting for robbers undercash bed Summoned return to startup the fire And get in the milk in your scan ty attire = Hurry to work hurry buck with your pay Wheh a mart marries so passes the dayr Successful Hunting Joe Mount of jSardis Miss t has sent his mother Mrs Millie Mountz of this city a bunch of nineinch whiskers which he clipped from a wiJd turfeeyTceontl killeda hunt by a party of Kentuckians in which he George Littlepage and others were mem bers He also sends his mother a deers foot cut off at the knee whick was killed by the same party while on the hunt G W Lewis formerly of this county this week sold his farm of 157 acres on the Iron Works pike near Pilot View to M L Con wright for 14250 w w w r vwvv ri vnr I 141t i JUST RECEIVEDf j I ifNew Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps r I I C Newest Styles and Lowed fices i ALL AND SEE THEM J I I l i tSHIMFESSkLv I I L i1 l trs Jt If h 1 t af 1 f A a r 4 ti X It haslee ated that 1for Atkinson iv the Republican licj jjfsa mis pinstanbody ocratic tickeer did L James w tif jainst the lamented 0lJ or CoUnty Attorney sey sr but Ii in theprimtu J R rho regular election JS Sand was defeated by ptes This is no time r ayQs let usher honest wig 4 her and keep down s i ebare aU Democrats lie on ho same family and Lacot dup be fore us a comichfo plied the Republican pa is looking and spekingE filvntlll1e and I want tol1 1 hi f ill shape So lean eattli d tHlt tries to bite me in taie r5Tgg November election Soi tiebhonest and trite with eao tillf7 and elect good men tl it 1i tejlzblicans wont tackledr r day 1Iiilyr i1t rn PS- RepubH rFhiry ARepublicuisir election tuts been calre j1J 11lr 3 rd sejllectlIndOornmo iwri tflHs Attorney Judge Adana the911Iy announced can Al and Jelly 1rlSJb1ir tsj1ltI tat so fli candidates for yoihmonwealths Attorney Magistrate for 31 Years Squire Wm Tawiipond nod J P Crabtree were down frnin Bowen yesterday on Inisinc The Squire Jins been Magistrate in his district over nlullsP hf thirtyone years and during this time he has rearexlvseven children six of whom jje has miirri ed in his official plpacitYtthe youngest yet beiifej Jlcde Committee Meeting The Powell County Democrat io Oormnittee met at Stanton Thursday Jan lstallnomtni l teemen bein presesi Election uflicers for the priiry Feb 111 weieserected ar made con erlin the printinir and rather iii trerrsjjiattended to relative to the p zirv- The warm tveidlier the post week has startedii11e grass to growing It is1iopel there will not be enough ofJfnuT weather to swell the early ftuitbuds to be killed later itv Born toMi atld Mrs Henry Wi8eman6f OiarJc ftpunty Jan 20th a bouricingfboy Democrat Mrs Wiseman wnafbrmQrly Miss Nora Todd of thiscqunty MA1iiiit tss Married on Jft 2lstnJ the residence andjijBlfle r A Eas ter Mr Noah iimlsonand Mrs Alma Gociseyy blli lire r a dents pfOlay City MjrsiS Goosey is the widowofCouncilmun A R Qoosey ce s At thahomeofr Drake of Dundee MvbCK e Ewen and Miss Mad r We1ch v dau h- terofJ M Wof Rosslyn worn marrird Yaner n pi Hhreeb Miss Welch isone of Po vel ntysleading school teachers w t 1 hJ+ fotI d 5k t n 4 n7 I1 r ifI JJJf J i II r A3 y n S + LyT STINGERS FROM THE HORNET Bogus reform will never cure the trust evil The Taft prosperity has been lost strayed or stolen Republic in promises remain as empty as their dinner pails Every pang of Uncle Joes gavel helps the whole trust crowd to travel It is always easier to vote the Republican ticket than it is to profit thereGy There will nottbe a splinter of the big stick left for a curiosity in the National Museum Where is our country going to asks the Texas Star Why it is going to revise the tariff you knowJulius Caesar is said to be Roosevelts greatest man One eat was not renowned for calling good men liars Dont ton think that Taft prosperity would be better done up in small packages That way it would look like more of it The fish wouldnt bite for Taft on a recent outing The reason of this may be because nil the suckers bit for him on the 3rd of last November The tariff may help the American workman make a bare liv putstftpb I t eiiTployer The tariff revision will mean that the men who bought the e lection will write the tariff sched tiles Anybody who thinks differently hold up your hand It seems that all those mnnu fuiturers who promised to open ill if Taft should be elected have failed to tell us why they shutdown and why they havent again opened up Farmers and Manufacturers If you want Congress to give you a subsidy of 2c a pound on your cotton and tobacco now is the time to file your claim If cotton manufacturer should have a bonus why shouldnt cotton growers have a subsidy Thats the only way to give farmers a square dealwhich no Republican administration ever gave them None Can Please There never was a preacher or president poet or politician who could please everyboby There never was a tinker or tailer soldier or sailor who could suit us all Show us a doctor or lawyer a merchant or sawyer who pleas es the whole multitude Th Lord himself and all the angels in heaven have never half suc ceeded in comforting the human race There is not a thing on earth or anywhere else that meets the approval of all man kind Increased Prohibition Wave With a State wide prolribitiort law just passed in Tennessee and the drys carrying nearly every county in the United States that votes on local option it seems that the liquor interests are receiving material setbacks as fast as time passes by We trust our subscribers allwho are in arrears will call and settle what they owe leItin ItJIY+r IUh iytions must be paid in advance and ut least cannot br maileil after one years delinquency Ve dislike 10 iliHcontiiuio the paper to Guy sun scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disobey tint law which puts us in a hard place that eau he so easily remedied by nil paying up Please do this For sale privately all my IIOUPH hold goods Claude Carr IA GREAT SAYINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days I V =a Lot No1 lints That Were 500 to 550 now Lot No 2 350 to 400 250 to 375W Lot No 3 250 to 300 150 to Lot No 4 lSOto 200 100 to Every Hat in the Store at a i- 16OI fice price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices fr- K 1IMrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KYj iilBlnl 4f sk a L J +i ja q rarwr+ A rP1HHm IUllLISHEU KVKIirTHOUSDAY JB Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vanes otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclnss mull matter Thursdays Jan28 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of oUr sub scribers wo have arranged club rates prisesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge We are authorized to announce D It Daniel candidate for Judpe of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J M Welch candidate for Judge of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Sheriff We tire authorized to announce A P Johnson as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce Cius EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ucJu tic party We are authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Cour- Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce J F WOODWARD a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Powell county subject to the action of the Domo cratic party For Superintendent of School Wo are authorized to announce R g A Irvin Sr candidat for the oflice of County Superintendent of Schools of 101 county subject to the action o cDratlc party dlarJ JOlINPject to the action of the Democratic party Geoitephcns ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jos F Martin candidate forJailor of Pow UleDemocratcl We are authorized to announce Char llowellDemocratic party For Aueuor G1razierPowell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G Crabtree ns candidate for Assessor If Powell counti subject to tho action If the Democratic party i We are authorized tounnounce JOHN 6 PATTON candidate for the ounce of gsessor of Powell county subject to pe action of the Democratic party Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will enter a motion in the Powell County Court ttt its February 1000 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 Powell county line to the forks of the county road at Estill Furnace thence with the road leading toward Stanton until it reaches fhe junction of the Oat creek and Stanton road thence a straight line to include the res idence of Jim Ed Townsend thence up the Beech branch of Oat creek so as to include the residence of Doc Spencer to the top of GritTers ridge to the point nearest mouth of Sand lick ofsandL1CkIthe A Rogers and others + ofoo I 4 1 SPOUT SPRING Wm Edge sold a good fork glare to Edward Rose for 00 Isaac Wiler of Pilott View was hero Friday looking for some fat or dry cows T S Christopher was up last week and bought a cow and calf of G S Ware for 8VOO Mr and Mrs Shelt McKinney visited relatives on Hnrdwicks Creek from Friday till Sunday J H Dawson will have a public sale at his home near here Tuesday Feb 9 He will offer a number of various articles See posters for particulars Mrs Bayard Rogers of Indian apolis Ind who has been visit ing her parents Mr and MrsA J Barnett for two weeks returned fiome yesterday- Mr Johnson Harris and Mrs Laura Cooper were married Thursday afternoon athalf past two oclock at the home of Eld Geo W McIntosh the brides father by the Rev R N Bush A number of guests were present to witness the ceremony It is the second venture of both the contracting parties Misery In Stomach Why not start nowtoday and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A diet ed stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good eat tot ing There will be nOdyspepsia- or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling like a lump of lead in the stom ach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large casewt tiny drug store here and will relieve 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 simulation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When 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 Stomach Misery is waiting fdr you as soon as you decide to begin tak ing Diapepsin Tell your druggist thatyou want Papes Diapepsin because you want to be thoroughly cured of indigestion The CourierJournal complains about the prohibition laws be cause it regulates the beverage and medicine of his neighbor and in the same article says if prohi bition prohibited it would do well provided it would eliminate the prohibition fanatics of tho country Consistency thou art a jewel SEEDSb1KUE8 SPECIAL OFFER HU to had Nw Biitctw AtrUlwfll mate you our vermsgcnt coatomer IIIJ Prize CollectleaRIkbIf ratletlNt la 1IedITBgbePTrdfgp- IM I I nn- I p1urlAaUDABA1 TCED TO Write today t Mention this P fcr JSEND 10 CENTSto eat pn1 Ye peaing oa4 nela tkbaleakle- dlWla of M41 tMl4 tvfaht with hl M eel1Io1 Needa419at elltoIII all boat tblkte4r ot fiee4l1IaD1o aIItIckbeJ8113 eD8AW STRUT UJ 1imell Born tJ Vri1cIJ and wife n SODY Silas Ptickl as been very skI but isugwisomebetter Don Henry bought of Thus Qlein onemiHtccOvfor3000t4- ep1E B r Irvine was here last yTuesflajJ buying pro duce A J Geo StfWa rev bought of Dan Henry piil w and calf for 8flo tiMr anfl j W Adams visited Mr anjivMrgN Asa Todd Sunday Misses Enlma and Rhoda Cott inan visited Mrs 4V G Patrick last Tuesday There will fie preaching at- KJlnbrelUsOhap next Sunday by Bro osb to Mr arid Mrs W G Patrick attended MayerTiieeting at A J Bariid s lastSmday night Mrs HclnryBurtoiinandson Everett last Saturday aftera visit to relatives here 1 too Reward 100 The readersjiltliispnppr will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sCI- ence has been tjiojltb euro in aU its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure ltlj3only positive cure now known tothe medical fra ternity Catarrh being a const tu tional disease requires a constitu tional trent nenftHalls Catarrh Cure is taa acting directly Iupon the blood sand mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroyingthe foundation of the disease und glvingthe patient mength by building dp the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so irutivapowt18It at they JTerOAundred Dol larsTor any case that Jt fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Tole do Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls FainiiyrPills for con stipation J FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TREES EverythingJor Orchard Lawn and Garden FREE Catalogue7wu have no Agents I H F Hilfeivmeyerv t3i Sons LEXIHOIONj XT polesthethat ordinary snapwill not dissolve SKIDOO ta s the dlrtltfsa new discovery In soap containing an irvany other soaps- or clcarjers It imparts adellgMCul- sensatlonto thu slitiv anilJxceplion ally good for the Lath TO THE HOUSEWIFE I Takoa6oftragwiialltleSKIDOO on It and you c m iiUh tinware brass or nickel wash your windows and in fact clean and at time same time it does nt harm the skin like ordinary scouring soaps SKIDOO will do more than any other kind of soapofTcrrd conringeyouAgreatgrocer or dnIKifttVriteullaD6IwewU1a- end gnu ono till will pay the poetage which taco ctntL IIi1NSOAP C L Osfrr2d i f TTFDTTQ A r r J Valentine For Youd 00 A Saving in rot Prices You Knoiv that February comesjust after Winter and just before Spring which makes thiiifrs bud fur the merchant who doesnt get I upand hustle People wont buy Winter Goods In February with out extra inducements and its too early to lay in their Spring sup plies And there you areand there we are But were going to hustle The only way we know to sell goods in February is to Cut prices Thats what we are going to do every day this month It will be a month of SPECIAL SALES in every line of Winter Goods viz Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks Skirts Hits II Shoes Underwear Hcwiirv Dre8 Gnnds Outings Flnnelettis ifec I 11 Mens Clothing Hats Shirts Gloves Underwear Shoes hosierye Remember all the month of Februaryas we do not want to curry these goods over to another season and will mLle this a- II r regular unloading sale 4 a MRS JWWiIIiamsClay i r The Whitest White Cake Tbe Lightest Light Rolls 4 And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You 1Lrwc Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants tONG DISTANCE TRWIIONES Private Lines and Exchanges ITALKWITUYOUJ Wravantn OUT Phone bgwnN JaneIron lightning andmg twedoebdor ICdWn putiniUra1 Today 1IuI IRlr pric 1 nhi cent Wmail it booIuIoI you JTMESUMTERTELEPHbNE EEDSI Guaranteed to Plan ETefT OlrdeDe and PI nter ihould teat tbe uptrtorinerlUoJOur Nortbem Orbwn SPECIAL OFFER 11eIpkgeee7Tt IN a rrlu Ilahb 10- 0n raorlalry re- I = r Iy lrrwl1rllrk era 4a to MlellTUa1Ieo4a eN 100 Writ lodgl Sen41O nos t hlp iMsandpeeklq and teI lb abon r mu tbr110 olNwnd fuVrh nrdon Old MXIt1IT HlmD tl1- llS laoae Hi I RrwkfnrdIllinoisr r lj aad rFARMERSPIIYSI INS ITS COTTON CINHEPJ honto ft the Ute pcl fter IJ youktttt ccmU of brad ngrf any on ckn is or bringMap 2 Writ Todry MfmothI py 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS LEGIONS CopvnioNTe toAnrone sanding aeketeb ud description may I IIfilnnuonlent free Oldnt toenoy foraoau chrgeaateC0ipycMl noetrt SdtlnllCJlllltrkalAluadfOiielrHlmitnteilweeklr TaneitelrenUtUou of any colentlDo Journal erml5a newsdealer1ucoewrrk = r o I I tHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Jan 28 1009 t LOOAJJbREVITIES Mrs E B McGlone spent Mon day in Lexington Mrs Jesse Eaton has been very sick for several days Taulbee Mountz has returned home to remain for a time t Mrs ORear of Levee is the guest of her son Harrison 0 Hear John Ooliver was in town the guest of friends the first of the week For SaleCottage of four rooms in business part of town Apply at this office Mrs Belle Curry of Lexing ton has returned home after a visit to friends here B M McPherson one of tile leading tie men in Eastern Ken tucky was here yesterday Miss Anna Srpner Rash of Winchester was the guest of her brother J Crews Rash and wife Saturday Mrs Williams is offering her stock at some extra February bargains Read her new ad in this issue H G Burgher who has been in declining health for several weeks became very much worse the first of the week but is now some better The thirtyeighth annual ses sion of the Kentucky Educational Association will be held at Etr till Springs June 22 23 and 24 1909 Messrs B F J W and L B Burgher and Mr and Mrs Reu ben Tipton all of llark county are here at the bedside of their brother Henry Burgher Dont Oet a Divorce A western judge granted a die vorce on account of rll temper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad broth ami Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds bUllish headaches conquer chills 25c at all Druggists Floyd Day has sold a bounda ry of timber land on Frozen Creek Breathitt county to Win terbottom Son of Grand Rap ids Michigan for 35000 This puttingTI ca Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruisesy its earths greatest healer Quick ly cuns Skin Eruptions Old Sores Hoiis 1J Relonsbcst Pile cure Relief made Is instant 25c at all druggists NOTICE I will enter n motion at the Feb ruary term of the Powell County Court to change the boundary line of voting precinct No 2 and 4 sos to begin at the mouth of Cat Creek and running thence with the dividing ridge between the waters rif Pecks Creek and Cat Creek to the Estill and Powell county line so as to place the farms of eorge Burkeand James FosteV in pre- ctnctNo2r j JAMES FOSTER tij b u The Trial court in the George town local option fight decided that the city had legally voted dry and the city is now a dry town Morgan McKinney has sold his interest in the Vaughns Mill store to his partner George W Bush The stock has been invoic ed and possession given Claud Sams will sell at public sale Wednesday February 10 on the premises his farm on Black creek and many other articles See posters for particulars President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The In dustiial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga whowrites We have 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 purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak chil dren or rundown people it Has no equal Best for female complaints Only 50c at all Druggists Christian Endeavor Exercises for Sunday evening Jan 31st from J p m until 7 p m Topic Heroes of Missions in IndLeaderMrs A M Burgher OrganistMrs Robert Russell The first Missionaries Act- s81SEthel Johnson A Child Heroine 2 Kings 5 15 14 Lucy Daniel Power behind Missionaries Ex 8 110 Geneva Adams The Great Cull Isa 618Ben- nie Rich Paul the hero 2Cor 101218 2133Mollie Johnson A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago 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 Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors hut found no help till he used Dr Kings New Dis covery and was wholly cured by six bottles lie is a well man today Its quick to relievo and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Cods Bronchitis La Grippe As thma and all Bronchial affections 50c and 8100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by all Druggists I MMSPOULTRY FENCE Very Clore Mesh Copitd boot bttr aid eO ihpw thaI DoWrI wilt for c Ioe thawing II lIa Ot mooing b all nabs CO xtmWbew silt ro owls 1 11 BottleI doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest un lss great elite is taken to dress Thisfathority Who pays that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather id here and also tells what to do in- case of an attack Get from aW good prescription pharmacy oire = l5nlf ounce FiurdEx- tract Dandelion one ounce Gum pound Kargon three ounces Corn pound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bed timeJusttry this simply homemade mixture at the first sign of Rheu matism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said tube a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost- Druggists in this town and viola icy when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them Notice to Trespassers All persons afo hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is torbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the Uw all persons violating this notice B B HUTSON No more long time subscriptions so renew today 1 va cHnYZ Y YZC CAPITAL STQOK 8100000 SURPLUS AND UN J DIVIDED PROFITS 140000 i THE WINCHESTER BANK OP AVlNOUBTBn Ky tf e N HOLLY WITUEHSPOON PRUB eV R SPIIAR ABIT CASHIER I YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED e eee eeee eeaeeeo 13F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu Irift Robes and Suits r Also can furnish Home Made Cof fins to Order on Short NoticeI When Desired IWest Bend Ky 1TTT TTTTTTi+ I Jp iIwlWatchmaker tnelJeweler All Kinds of Watch aad Clock I Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Term SATISFACTION qUARANTEED Line off Jewelry Spectacles Call and bee me 1i the Red River Hotel BaiMlrig CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t+ t +++ r N t V t IK- l k Winchester will have a city Democratic primary election on March2nd to select candidates for city officers Jesse Flora the East Tennessee lineman was here the first of the week in the interest of the Tele phone Co Notice Of Primary Election At n meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell coun ty Kentucky persuant to due notice at Stanton Ky on the 7th day of December 1908 there was present the following duly elected qualified and acting Precinct Committeemen Robt Kennon L Faulkner J M Buchanan and T G More head by proxy to J M Buchanan L Loving W Bo 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 1909 a primary electron bo 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 11 until 4 P 11 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 twoJudges a Sheriff and a Clerk for each of the precincts in said County but that the Clerk phall have no vote on any question that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said primary shall in writing so notify the Chairman of this Commit tee on or before the 7th day of January 1909 and that the persons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on the ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the 11th day of January 1909 for the purpose of selecting the officers to conduct said primary election and to arrange for the supplying of the ballots to be used in said election That in order to defray the expense of said primary election each person who may on or before the 7th day of January 3909 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 Corn 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 of 5 00 and Constables 150That itl the event the whole of the sum so deposited is not consumed in the paying of said expenses the surplus shall be pro rated among the persons depositing same Notice of this primary election shall be given by either written or notice as is law the of which shall 9jtfaThison 13th day of February 1909 to receive and canvass the returns andaward the certificates of nomination Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1908 LUTHER LOVING J IL OREAR Secretary Chmn Powell Co Democratic Com fW L i ICLAY CITY NATIONA- LBANK I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000rSurplus and Profits 1000000I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with 1J modern and careful banking a Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox A r VVuirr M H OFFICERS COUUTNKV Prep 1CHAS SCOTT Vice PruB A T WHIrr Cashier miVi Inn INSURE WITH i- I A LYON 6c SON1 N- XHo Hjoiitliiier IiiHitrnnco A gents iof JEaHtom IContuolcv + IiOver 5 200000000 knowi J Every one who knows anything about insurance t theyare leaders in this line t t + + + + + + + + +4 Z MFlIi h++++ M1ati4 +hl+ hti I i We bu- yFURS Hires and Wool Feather Tallow BeMwaz Gliueng MsyApp1ewad ukWd is 1856MOr bsIlactnuuTln L uh iWsadomdebetterforyouduo Stan or ccaniWoa merctmatt Refcrcnct any Otnkia LoouriHe Writrfor wctUy pace I had itiiptina Ug Rh Sabel Ions 29 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Sometimes u man is so busy getting a lodge trip that lie loses his grip on his business For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this olllce We Want The Orphans TIlt Highland Orphans Homo at Clny City is ready for the orphan girlsin tiiomnuntiiins It is a largo three story brick house beautifully Nitiiiitcdiit Clay City It is owned b i he Society of Sour Winners and supported Ijy good people every- Where Orphan girls between the lines of live rind thirteen will be reo ciivcd if elidible We hope to take the boys later Before they an writ we want to know the name u e health character etc e Only those wilt have neither f tlnr or mother will bo ncieved at J f s ut 1Ve request all those who have iiv such children to write to- Itr ICI ward 0 Gurrant Wiltnore Kv AUo will thank all ministers twd county Ulcers to give informa tion as to anysuch children The Iine will clothe educate and care fur these children for His sake who 1ivH them There is not n better h nif in Kentucky Write at once t Dr Edward 0 Ruerrant Wilmore Ky i IttOKKPSIONAL CARDS Nhf N4 WNNWN NNNNWNNPNN4 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I Re C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw STANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In all Courts of the L ILLTHECOUCH Commonwealth AND CURE THE LUC WITH Dr Kings Fi lJisCO FOR cOUWIS OLDS Ttlat PRICEr AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES I GUARANTEED SATI3FAOIORYI OR MONEY REFUNDEDn The Brel Bksnbosa and DY 3ilcrJ Ssmef dy1entery cholera a 1 pntcua the development of typhoid fvcr bme results in il pr of wonderfulIII WORKS LIKE MAGIC Prlco2D contt pr box JUlitalgoodcare to get It for you end dIrect to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY AJp- r l t i fj r Sheriffs Sale for Taxes ID09atthetOIItHousotaxes person the year 100S and also to coyer the costs of BUch8ib t6 wit Precinct No i adjJ 5 2fr ndjJ 5 05 Wade Willie Jr 100 a adj C R Geoiiftt 3 88 Precinct No 3 Cole T G 80 a artjn SIUrandcnburg amount S 4 23 Ewtn Stone personal prop C 88 Hatton Wt B adjn Henry Willoughby amt 2 81 Hutton Geo W 100 a adjn Sherman Tharp 4 99 Hatton J H 50 a adjn W B Randall 446 Lune Jas M69a adjn Jas Patrick amount 4 75 adjnWeed 2 19 Morton J W80 a adjn J 0 Moran tint 3 04 Noble Miles 2i a adjn R Jackson amt 5 28 Randall W B 50 a A IL Hatton amt 4 99 ndjnT 10 84 Trevett Etta 2 a udjn J is Patrick amt 4 54 Thnrp Wui B ndjn Slier man Tharp 10 00 Precinct NO3 Chatman Sie 100 adjn Jno Chapman amt 5 05 McArther Peter 1885 a known as Hunter tract 121 13 Redmon Alice heirs 200 a adjn J H Pelfry amt 3 36 Smith W B 25 u adjn W S Logan amt 4 25 Spencer C C B adjn Albert Dowen amt 430 Thompson A J NR 125 a adjn J N King 249 Willoughby Leander 50 a ad in S Burges amt 4 50 Pehrey Zach 30 nadjn A Yocum amt 2 80 Precinct No 4 Friend Jas personal prop 6 18 Hampton W D 50 a adjn Prc3ton Johnson amt 015 Harris Ben B adjnJtio Ahley amt 498 Linger Mary B adjn A T Knox amt 3 30 H tton Wm 30a adjn J F Martin aunt 3 39 Knox Ben nadjn John Knox amt 3 87 Lewis Ab 50 a adjn Dan McQuinn aunt 1 59 Mullens Oeo 40 a adjn Wm Baker amt 303 Rose Sam 80 a adjn John Brandenburg amt 4 58 s Rose W B 40 a adjn Jno Aynts amt 4 29 Sons Abe 60 a adjn Arm owen omt 4r 40 Spencer W t 80 a adjn Gm Spencer amt 5 70 adjnSni 357 Sullivan Martha N R oOO a adjn V 0 Martin 395 adjnPrlon 4 75 West Elihu 300 a adjn Randall Hanks amt 4 54 Precinct NO5 Flichum Bud 7 a adjn D G Flinchtun nmt157ttr-tin Joe 1 lot Clay City 4 70 Rucker A 3 lots Clay City 4 46 adjn11ike r3G Tucker Miss Nannie 2 town lots Clay City amt 330 adjnJohn 510 adjoinsPete C 24 Precinct No6 adjnWm 3 57 adjnG 3 03 aadjuBF 4 46- Kincfrid Jas GO aartjolnr Morgan McKinney amt 16 65 oi r i 1J r c a y Burgher Illaiwth 150 u a IJnlns Crtiivinsnntnt U 26 Burgher EHbtelh l Ol curi n amt 10 50 j adjnsI1v U73 Pry No 7 Melton R i acre aij 32tll1aAsltl iN 386 Warmputlurtirie84pa Geo Fakner lli v 014 C List Bnhdun liawrenoe 8J a ndjih TJlnjt amt 4 40 n r 1ndJ 01 n s J M KennoDtSftt 048 Ilurns Chksr ndjorns 1 Marth amC r 208 Charleston Miry 2 a adjn Fred Burg 1nt 229 harlestou Si4IlIO I aadjn talnriiount 2 23 JOIInHIruilIrnt adjoins 359 adjn Ann Williams amt 2 82 YaGolf JJJltntiJoluB T Andercon v 391 Haggard iJAfifianda 12 a adjn John Huifinnmt 2 7g 11 0 Pasley4niit ndjn 4 4l Ilnmiltbrf lohn n Breck Blythlrt mt3t57McGo Th 131 adj n Poor farm nrtiferIiOliiJ trop 847 Williams i pir adjoins Nelpoon WHliathe runt l59 WilkersonjfJo 8 a adjoins Clay Brown amtj 5 02 Williams Ajnch 1 adjoins E C Chenaul JIlol1nt 3 94 Young Saifford B adjoins Dick hull nrat 440 1 1tECENNONSherill County stir w Jrffendille J D Hollytefedlton laY tfnr 1111L 14 Y Everett Trinblowill have a solo February 4th Mrs Amanda Davig is dangerously flint tliIsiitiiig F H ErishyyfyEos8lyn vis itedJ I WelcliVast Sunday n Prof Myers is conducting a singing school agai1P Rrnnck Thos Onrteryreturned homo Monday after severalweeks ab Bence P Mrs WA Townsend was 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