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T 1- j t i k 1 1 I Ji1 jr I f t t 0 t r j It t t + t l- I r 1 l 1 l aA mJ f11 Jt tffJ 1 t uiJ Jf i Iit1r J 0IIE r I IIME l I jf i iiikJ1 T d 50Cents i Year In Advance We are here tO Gtlp cry CitJIi rJoandiDg C8nttlty nO CS f i 1 E BurabcrFuilishctv I I J t IVOL XIV OLAY OITYKYtT URSDAYL EI3WA1 4 j J90R N0 5 Sound Advice An emigrant to oneofour Western states in writing back to hisold Kentucky home very aptlyand truly says in speaking of his adopted Btate and the change he has made We have good and poor land in this state Asarule people have no money to jtfve away My experience is that people who have enough to oat and are out of debt had better stay at home The Western craze this day is a mistake but tryto get you a few acres of land somewhere There is no place like a personal home Old ago comes along by arid by and circles tf round you and say where is your homo v Valuable Subscribers We acknowledge receipt of 1 on subscription from Jolin W Vaughn of Phoenix Arizona ivhiehpays him up to Feb 1 1011 Also 1 from Mrs W H pIlr IfPassaic N 1J wlubh pays her up to Jan 1 1911 Such valuable subscribers makes an editor glad they are Wing Others could emulate their example and make the editor glad again WareWills Mr Ben T Wills of Olark county and MrsPattie Ware of Mndison connty were married at the residence of the Rev Mr Wyatt in Wincheter Wednec- y il 1i f W if8t cficiatil1g The bride is well known in this city where she was a tea herJn our city school for three years School flay flowed Prof J G Oral he Superintendent of Public Instruction in an interview said that the Western Normal School might be reo mov dfrom Bowling Green un less the price on land offored the board of regents was materially reduced17 I Kumorcd sale of Ltc E lton is rumored that the Lexing Eastern Itoad dla8 been purchased by a sYndicate of Eas tern capitalists One rumor says it is purchased bv the same syn dicate thai recently bought a controlling interest in the 0 0 road while others say it will be controlled by the Southern road Lexington Eastern road is about twenty years old It was first known as the Kentucky Un ion the name beingchanged when bought by the company which now owns it in 1804 It coptains ninetyfour miles of railroad running from Lexington to Jackson Breathitt county The road does an enormous business for its mileage It runs in close conjunction with the Ohio Ken tacky Railroad The flr8tpartof the road was built in the early eighties but the whole road from that city to Jackson was built during tfie years of 1888 and 1880 In the early nineties it went into a Re ceivers hands arid was bought by the Kentucky Todd Syndicate in beeqknowntern road Winchester Democrat Rigid Pistol Laws The Alabama Supreme Court holds the John pistol law to be valid The law provideathat no i iJtJl rJl aIjJli 4 gun less than twentyfour inches in length also that pistol sup plies for guns of less size cannot be sold The Jaw was passed for the purpose of preventing the concealment of fire arms tTie jdea of the framer of the act being that few people could hide about their persons u gun two feet long I Hodgonvlllo and Larue county have voted against saloons by morotina4 to 1 I rVrvv irvwrwrivtiwiwrvrvrvAvrvrwwwwwwvyr v f1r JUST RECEIVED l x New Line of Ladies c 1 I Y7Lloaks s e Ii x p Newest Styles arid Lowest Prices jz J GALL ANDSEE THEM 4 7 irrsV SHIMFESsE5L i rl irrl I J I 1 tiM 1N1 M VAh t 1 1uAtt rr i J f v A p It 4 J t W u The West 8 OrcwUst Attraction Such lies as 1S from an Oklahoma piper though related inil ntor believable tone manyofOne I t fall a farmer wean out aftHinlo1dof straw Having no po a with which to bind his od hlsarand commenced tout down a stalk of corn for thaVpurpofee After cutting five br jix minute lie had the stalk pearly cut in two when one of ears became de tacked and felf crushing hito the ground Jftl broke hi necjc arid one of luglegs in seven piec eStHe would have died but for the healthgit i G properties of the OklahorriiM climate which made him a we lmnn before be had walked half way to the honeet Vv r z Caiicd At the couclmion of tiro cerc monies at thof Eincoln Farm on Feb 12 1999teIean of Ken tucky Postmasters lout EH Wood P M Kyfwill on behulfpf tho ieirtbers of Time State Lei uqit X J tacky Postmasters preienfto President Roosevelt a cane made of wood grown on the J toricfarm Thee material for tSjg tale jiaf bfjen in the shop of 1 Gen nOre a Co of Louisville Y for ttorae t me i nd forfinfshirsdwillti r+lMlr11 d Prr sidentIc H Webb has called a meeting of Postmasters of tho Fourth class of Kentucky on Feb 11 at 280 p mat Lou isville Oustom House to trans act business of importance and to make arrangemeritsto attend in a body the ceremonies at Hod gensville This twill be n galy day for Kentucky s andall postmastersare cordially inyited to attendmd take part I Strength of the Local Paper The local newspaper should be found in every home No child says the Centerville Observer will grow up ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper ft is the stepping stops to intelligence inall those tint tors not to be learned in books Give your children a foreign paper which contains not one word about any person place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps never lieirdof and hew can you expect them to be inter ested But let them liave the homo paper and rend qf persons whom they meet and 4eswithwhich they are soon an interest is awakened which iur creases with every daily arrival of the local paper Thus a habit ofreading is form ed and those children will read the papers all their live und be come intelligeutiUion and woo meu a credit taitlleir aric Btors strong in their knowledge of the world ns it is Today Y Wm Baiigh hftrrendered val tfnblo service on time police force in this city sincb the primary election campaign in which Mr Johnson has lieeUcanvassinK the CQiiuty in the interest of his can didaqy for Shpriffv 1 1io I 4TiL t s rZcreJJVeatiier K Tho t weather of the winter cane Friday Saturtiay and Sunday were very cold aTid raw days The strong gale of wind which blow nil day Satur I day kept everybody in doors tlint were not obliged to get out Unshelfered stock suffered great ly front the blizzard andour coal dealers were busy all day mak ins deliveries The thermome ter registered close to zero both Saturday mind Sunday night The ojdlogreservoir was frozen over about three inches thick and some ice Has beon put up The Trod Stajc of Pacts A noted piistordeclares that the chief Criminals in some of the infamous ijiunjer trials of late are not the defendants the bar of justice but same of the pa jrentsof these men and women who let their boys grow up as they would and some oiJhese parents are not content after the law has condemned their children but further demonstrate parenthoodbycigarettes to their imprisoned offspring The reappointment of William B Crum i negro as Collect or of Customs at Charleston tJ Ohas brought on a second fight jn the Senate over his confirmn = tfoiiW enatorTillman is bucked tb e De iocratr oaato Ui his opposition The Senate passed without a mcndmont a House bill declar ing February 12 the centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln a legal holiday andrecommend ing a general observation of that day at Bowling Green A J Curtis will have a sale I Feb 24 on Little Creek and move back to Illinois Good Roads Fifty years ago theroeirns soinb excuse fipr bad roads jorfqur F country vlas poor tYl l j- y1rich there is no excuse A gootf y rodd is always to be desired and is a source of comfort and conven ience to every traveler Good roads attract population as well as good schools and churches Good roads improve tile yalueof property so that it is said a farm lying five miles fromJpllrketcon- nccted by a badroad isf4es Value than an equally 00 connected by a good road 4 r larger load can be drawn byone horse over a goo road than by two over n bad one Good roads encourage the greater exchangj jof products and commodities b tween one and another Good roads are of great value to railroads mid feedersExP- ublic Sides Johnnie Wright of Spout Sppring will have a public sale February 10th and move to Illi nois to reside in the future 1 T Sams of the siuerneighbor sillonFebruary riltonj Turn Puckett a wellkonh traveling razor grinder died Saturday i night and was buried at f Salem grave yard Monday We trust our subscribers allwoh are in arrears willcall und setjttav loWha otJCfJD1tit pnIi1JJ Stw4y x unreservedly require that subsurip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be walled 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 place that can be so easily remedied by nil paying up Please do this For sale privately ull my household goods Claude Carr t BIrtE All of my WINTERA MILLINERY I ATC r ij F And Less During the I month of February Want Nothing Carried Over 1 lii COME AND SEE ME y CI lirsWNBUSH I Iii lr f tl c y 1 If Ii r 1It j y P f- MY l Ii 1 1 C y 4 1 I- JJ 1 1y 0 11 1 t f 1i 1y 1 iIJ Tr at Tr- M F 0 tllfi J tw J ui 4r 1 W t t iT + 4 i r r t r siv4r s h J HE A4 JJiA I 4 t ii r r EzfibCcntsi Year In Advance We are here to HpC City Sdrrouodiag C natty and Ong B Burgher Publisher j r 1 JIi f i 1VIOL XIV OLAY CITY KF THURSDiTl FEBtlJARY 4tJ 190ft NO 5 V Sound AdviceJ An emigrant to one of our Western states in writing back to his old Kentucky home very aptlyand truly says in speaking of his adopted state and the i change he has made We have good and poor land in this state AsVrule people have no money to jive away ily experience is that people who have enough to oat and are out of debt had better stay at home The Western craze this day is a mistake but trjjrto get you a few acres of land somewhere There is no place like a personal home Old age comes along by and by and- cirelesitrbundyou and say where is your homo Valuable Subscribers 1 We acknowledge receipt of 1 on subscription from Jolin W Vaughn of P1onixAriz na vyhialipays him up to Feb 1 1011 Also 1 from Mrs W IIIParker of Passaic N J which pays her up to Jati1 1011 Such valuable subscribers makes an editor glad they are Tiding Others could emulate their example and make the ed itor glad again Ware Wills Mr Ben T Wills of Olark county and Mrs Pattie Ware of Madison county were married at the residence of the Rev Mr Wyatt in Winchester Wednes 1 fIc iichHingV The bride is well known in this city whore she was a teacher in our city school for threeyears School May be Moved Prof J G Orahhe Superintendent of Public Instruction in an interview said that the West ern Normal School might be reo moVedfroin Bowling Green un less the price on landoffered the board of regents was materially reduced I Rumored sale of L E I Itis rumored that the Lexing ton Eastern toad has been purchased by a syndicate of Eas tern capitalists One rumor says it is purchased bv the same syn dicate thaj recently bought a controlling interest in the C0r- oad while others say it will be controlled by tile Southern road Lexington Eastern road is about twenty years old It was first known as the Kentucky Un ion the tame beingchanged when bought by tha company which now owns it in 1804 It captains ninetyfour miles of railroad running from Lexington toJacksontBre thitt county The road docs an enormous business for its mileage It runs in close conjunction with the Ohio Ken tucky Railroad The flrstpartof the road was built in the early eightiesbut the whole road from that city to Jackson was built during the years of 1888 and 1889 In the early nineties it went into a Re ceivers Minds arid was bought by the Kentucky Todd Syndicate in 1804 Since that time it has been known as the Lexington Eastern road Winchester Democrat Rigid Pistol Laws The Alabama Supreme Court holds the John pistol law to be valid The law provides that no UJ r igun less than twentyfour inches in length also that pistol supplies for guns of less size cannot be sold The law was passed for the purpose of preventing the concealment of fire arms tile jdea of the framer of the act being that few people could hide about their persons a gun two feat long Ilodgonvillo find Lame county have voted against saloons by more than 4 to 1 I r J r + rl wrvwrvrvw tiiwrvwwrwtil W ryiwyyiyyy = l J JUSTRECEIVE I D i New Line of Ladies ci fCloaks and Wraps l S i vNewest Styles and Lowet Pricesj 11 PALL AND SEE THEM II 4 r k C SHIMFESSELr fl I w 11 0 H 1 tU It olr Tr x 4t1 i y 1 r 4 q Gt 1 I Act The West s OreaUsf Attraction 8uph lies as the oVh g from an Oklahoma pnper though rep lated in a nlori believable tone manyAGns r Ono day I jt fall a farmer wen font aftnp loadof straw no poje wthwluch to bind his loeid ok 1is ax and commenced tout down a stalk of corn for tharpurpofee After cutting five orlx minute he had thestalkr nfearly cut in two when one of thebears became de tacked and fellvcru8hing hIm to the ground 1 broke his necjc and one of his legs in seven piec es He would have died but for the ltealthgivj g properties of the OkJahomlM climate which made him a wejl man before bo had walked half way to the hOn80t I v V 1 o Rooscvclt o bfl Caned At the couchjionof the cert monies at thopEincoln Farm on Feb 12 1990tSelean of Ken tucky Postnitfers Robt E Wood P M ItLoniaville Ky will on beluilfjii thejiiciribcrE of The State Lei uql11t Kentucky Postmasters pment tp President Roosevelt a cane made or wood grown on the jjiltorjc farm The material for t J caae ha been in the shop of IeQticfes CO r neeforA 1iFrlf1 President tic H Webb has called a meetl1g of Postmasters of the Fourth class of Kentucky on Feb 11 at 230 p mnt Lou isville Custom House to trans not business of importance and to make arrangementslo attend in a body the ceremonies at Hod gensville This will be a galy day for Kentucky postmaste sand all postmastersare cordially invited to take part PaperThe be found in every home No child says the Centerville Observer will grow up ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper ft is the stepping stone to intelligence inall those mat ters not to be learned in books Give your children a foreign paper which contains not one word about any person place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps never heRrdof and how can you expect them to be interested But let them have the home paper and read qf persons whom they most and places with which they are familiiirand soon an interestis awakened which in creases with everydaily arrival of the locnlpnper Thus a habit ofyiaadinp is form edt and those children vill rend the papers all their live und become intelligpntjirion and woo men a credit ta ttfeir ancestors strong in their knowledge of the world as it is fO Y v Wm Baugh has rendered val fable servicQ QU the police force in this city sincoj the primary election ciunpalgn ih which Mr Joluison has been canvassing the county in the it test of his can didaoy for Shpriffi b f M F fjy r- aill y h- n a r 1 C TZcro Veather The coldest weather of the winter came Friday Saturday and Sunday were very cold slid raw days The strong gale of wind which blow all day Satur day kept everybody in doors tliat were not obliged toget outI greatley dealers were busy all day mak ingdeliveries The thermome ter registered close to zero both Saturday rind Sunday night The od logreservoir was frozen over about three inches thick and some ice has been put up i The Trod Stale of Facts A noted pdstor declares that the chief criminals in some of the infamous murder trials of late are not the defendants at the bar of jugtjce but some of the pa xentsjof these men and women who let their boys grow up as they Avpuldi and some otl these pareutS are not contentafter the law lime condemned their chi drool but further demonstrate parenthoodbycigarettes to their imprisoned offspring The reappointment of William B Crum a negro as Collector of Customs at Charleston S JO has brought oil a second Qghtf in the Senate over his conrtrmd- Ltion Senator Tillman is backed l1e1tQ itiiicrati A eln tOfBJi his opposition The Senate passed without a meudmont a louse bill declaring February 12 the centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln u legal holiday and recommend fag a general observation of that day at Bowling Green A J Curtis will have a sale Feb 24 on Little Creek mId move back to Illinois dod Roads f Fiftyyears ago there was somb excuse tprr bad ro altorisurrcoumtry 1r3 poor itjjis rich there is no excuse A good h road is always to be desirodand is a sourcEof comfort and conven ience to every traveler Good roads attract population as well as good schools and churches Good roads improve the yalueof property so that it is said a iafnu lying five miles frornmarketcon- nected by n bad roitd isPtees Value than an equally goodfefarhj connected by a good road A r larger load can be drawn one horse over a goo road than by two over a bad orte Good roads tencourage the greater exchangi of products nnd commodities b tween one section and n Good roads are of great value to railroads and feedersExP- ublic Sales Johnnie Wrightof Spout Sppring will have a public sale February 10th and move to Illinois to reside in the future 1 T Sams of the Banie neighborhood will also have a sp1 ou February 8thandm6J yd tofHam iltont Ohio r r I Turn Puckett a wellkoli traveling razor grinder died Sat i urday night and was buried at A Salem grave yard Monday We trust our subscribers all woh are in arrears will call and getUft x n ttev p lJh t d unreservedly require that subscrip tions must be paid in advance and at least cannot be mailed after ono years delinquency We dislike to- discontinue the paper to any subscriber who wants it and we nlso dislike to disobey the law which puts us in a hard place that can be upPleaseFor sale privately nIl my household j good Claude Carr t All of my i IMILLINERYU ATC i I r i- I And Less During the I I month of February Want Nothing Carried Over II COME AND SEE ME t Irs WN BUSH J I 1 1 f- w tI Irii THE tIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B burgher Publisher V Sibscriptiiin Rates 50 Cents per year IB ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Feb 4 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Jude WO are authorized to announce D II Dpolel candidate for Judge of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party authorized to announce JNoWe1c d candidate for Judge or Pow allfcoanty snbfect to the action or the moCjiUtlc party For Sheriff We are culhorized to announce A 1 Jomson ns candidate for Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of of the Democratic party For County Clerk Wo are authorized to announce CIIAS EWEN candidate for County Court Olerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce JAV Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J F WOODWAHD a candidate for the office f County Court Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Domo cratlc party For Superintendent of Schools Wo are authorized to announce 11 A Irvin Sr candidat for the oQice of lounty Superintendent of Schools of county subject to the action tAlf Dom r1tl oprty T For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic Prty We are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow eJl county subject to the action of the Democratc party We are authorized to announce Char fowellDemocratic party For Asseswr We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G A Crabtree as candidate for Assessor ef Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN B PAVfON candidate for the office of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic patty wjChristian Endeavor Program for Sunday evening Feb 7th from 0 p m until 7 p m Topic Our Christian Endeavor comrades the world over Leader Nora Rich OrganistEdna Earnest DayLeaderChristian Endeavor and Mis sionsMrs A M Burgher- OhristiauEudeavorand the mid i week prayer meeting Mrs Williams x A Universal God Rom 827 81Bertha Mopel A Universal Worship Ps 601 2I jAda Johnson- A Universal Kingdom Matt 130180 Bonnie Rich A Universal Fellowship 1 Cor l 110Joycie Rich l A Universal Service Mark 101420 Grace Shimfessel- AUnivofsaLBrotherhoodjMatt 12 40 50 Grate Johnson x Fire Extinguisher in this day of efficient fire ex tinguishers no farmhouse pif barn should be without such protection It often happens that a fire is easily extinguished when itis first discovered if the means fa at hand for doing the work Here is a good formula which will prove effective Take ten pounds of common salt and five pounds of muriate of ammonia anddissolve in four gallons of water When disssolvedlbottlo it and keep for an emergency I In case of a fire one or more bottles should be thrown into the flames with such force as to break them TAKE YOUR CHOICE Following is a list ofthe candi dates us they will appear on the ballots of the Democratic primary electin Suturd ly For County Judge GM DERIOKSON D R DANIEL J M WELCH v For County Attorney IA H NORTON M A PHILLIPSFor J F WOODWARD OHAS EWEN J WMVOOLERY For Circuit Clerk 0 N CROW For Superintendent of Schools F P TRAOY R A IRVIN Sn For Sheriff G B CONLEE A P JOHNSON THOSnUcOALL WAI BOWEISYJR T B WARE For Assessor JiJW G FRAZIER H JI For Jailer AMOS GAIN OHAS GLARE GEORGE STEPHEN JOHN P GAYLPRDIJAS F For Magistrates W T ADAMS VERNON FAULKNER JAMES KINOAID J W ALLEN f Hows This e We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls C- atarrhCureF J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Ceeney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligotions made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Oatarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggistsTake Family Pills for eon stipation SEES1SIJ8SPECIAlOFFERsae bell 5w BYs A trill W- makOyeo our prnlaaeat ettttoreer Prize Co1kctkm itt rte 1uuse ITrelyJlondidJ i a at run 1oQOAKAMT e9 TO P aeiaU Write today Mention this Pcr SEND 10 CENTSto Meer post Ndleat llole abi-oIIIc lVtd p41pridgMbrwtttmr laic raGeUrLt ni I 04 olio III OIIbe tltn tadewdyitxtameu llr W 6nct ot 1 cW1it Iicarry n 19t e llry goods over sos d 3tsingyn her seasona ble goods out at jcosC See her now adv rtisctne in this issue of the Times It has been suggested Ultt is I should be a great baseball year I because it has two nines 1000 I Indigestion Ends You can eat your Btomj ach crakes without fear of a case of Indigestion ofilIJepsiaofhthat your food rl1lent or sour on I your stomach if you will occasionally take a Ut WQlapepsln after eating f Yourmeals will taste goods and anything yoti eativiH bejdige ted j nothing can fernfertt or turn into I acid or poison or stomach gas whichcauses Belching Dizziness n feeling of fullness after eating Nausea Indigee fon like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Watec brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptomsHeadaches frpm the stomach are absolutely unknown where this ef fective remedyTsu ed Diapepsin I really does all the work of healthy stomach It digests your meals I when your itbma h cant Each triangulo will Digest all the food you can eatfand leave nothing to ferment or sour tv Get a large 60ceiit case of Papefl Diapepsln from yonr druggist anti start taking today and by tumor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then cap eatjfiinything and everything you wait without the slightest discomfort or miter and every particle of impurity tnd Gas that l your stuachand inter tinefti8 goin t9J e carried away without the use Blfcitive ror any No Farm i or c t About 100 acres on nardwickI- Creek Some corn land wSth good dwelling orchard and plenty of wa ter For further information apply to Mrs J W MoKinney or W P Barnett Clay City Ky FRUIT a ORt Af1ENTAL TR5gS Everything for Orchard Lawnjany Gardens FREE Catalogue W J nave no Agents i N F Hiltdnmeyer Sors LEXIHOTOH J XY IuSKIDOO rriuucS from the porMl grime stain and rubbctlfn dirt that ordinary suapwill not dissolve SKIDOO o the dirt Itis a new in St an- ingredicntnotfoultdpanyother I I soaps or It imparts a delightful I sensation to the skhs Ujid Is exception ally good fur tho bathv TO THE HOUSEWIFE- TakoasoftrojiwihaiittleSKlDOQ s on it and you pauttiiware brass tlfacttime it does nut harm the skin like soapsSKIDOOmore than any other kind of sgap offered youATrocer or dnif lit Write as altwe win send you onecanltqll will pay the pottage whclt Is 10 cents MOWJI SUP CO 1 1Iluliit IIt I ti rtc fi a 1AY 4 J J t I y IIFRES J iA r4L i Valentine For VOlthL rf A a s OdVllig III Prices i II You Knowthat February conies Jupt after Winter and just before Spring which makes things bad for the merchant who doesnt get up anti hustle People wont buy Winter Goods in February with tout extra inducements arid its too early to lay In their Spring sup plies And there you are and there we are But were going tohulltlerhe only waywe know to sell goods in February is toACut prices Thats what we are going fo ilo every day this month Itrtjll be a month of sPECIAL SALES in every line of WinterfGoods viz HatsIShoes j Unde wear Hnsiorv DrtE1iGufl Online FlanplHit a tc f Mey PVMnir Hat Shirts Gloves Underwear Shoes Hosiery o J 0 Remember all the month of February ntr we do not want to carry these goods over to another season and will mrke this a I rjCular tiiduudiugsale t MRS i JW WiNIrns l 4Q1ay CtyJTy t t 1 rlttJ I Tba Whitest White Cake Th Lightest Light oils And Flakiest Biscuit I 7 j Arc l1IulcVhcu You V t r 4f Pearl and Bakers Pride EfdtirJ it J Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 1 MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KV M by our Leading Merchants ffr1jJ DjSfANct raIPBONES te Lines and Excnanriesr OUi1lEOrpnaddFMrwIns help ys N ptnioui np ec at luMwk dttitccnMljr Wrie Ted we JUIDIII our Phone damyeIrpm temtthrenew belcWrit THer CH oe took ALL ABOUT THE TrJUHONf tbolelpkneaHw l I iTeguhr prict 2i emit Wt mJ k lUoluldr hN w1 tAA findtti Tdq WTtUMTrRTU OMTAHY T3 SUMTERSC r- y t pplrSEEDS Reliable ftMrtntHdloPlMM oerdener and FUutrriU0uldtntut rlnerlteor Our- NOTIh11raitatwprveds SPltaIA1FFCR IIwe11f t pk ed sty tt j I plrTrheo lMMY let l MMenle tblrr u se- C =xNyArnknd C JAet I R- 11t fe- fdklarrl neWJinrrWn Jtt- MoJf Jlone W44 5a4K mW In IProioM tItVIheeine a W a i St Jjot r t iUnI r it r- y 4 It 1 11 AtQ A I tU a Y I sled FARMEIISPJTYSYc1ANSWUtf COTTON GINPIBP ttoe u ih ttmpett Mfll rnt jrou ccnUP hove UM ol el tar- tknaiIDt Of briDrah write MIJ i i i ISFOnujcjTtiiTiMtONit THE Bea i Fresh Pure WkpterwI4crow E BO VE ilIVi1tt t EXPERIENCETReotMAIIt II DlSIQNS COPYRIGHTS Ac uAlyoii aukteb end deeedlonmar- d oar opinion tree w bMliw an lannUORla roIHnAeo naltatI latoulkl1 =lIlbotunl1 A o Co rool t1 tfteM nttUt wHho tOIIarrolD tM 1 j8ItlaUonf Qr J t- t Tr J t wJ YI f k J NI- I 3iLTBI Ftt ALL HOMEMADE VAFER i c i LIfJBSDAY i Feb 4 1009- T J7 1fj OAJri BREVITIES NRich OfL to 1 vUed it homeoiltB over Sunday rJr1i 1iLpreslingvjo i 0 WiH1htlit officewear6 tt day latrotlds week It r J17 n t t The Rev MrItnb- t Nt Bush visited relatives in tVin hcster lust weeks t 4 f lce skating furnished the t folks of alhy Ony iiiuch- lino spcirtthe fretof the week food Wise the Union Bail 14 1 I IIJCI WI1UH t lVas transaetingdbusi nws ihtheditjstnelsiftfcf part of th week SaleiCottage iiCfouc rooms 1 5W1 i ifftti ta wneApply at office Saturday will wind the primary election ball in Powell couu ty when most of the boys will getjueat The boys have been busy elfin titleering this week The liq uor business during the time of it Iia9 thrived greatly The inthe Old Capitol are hand mode and are remarka bl well preserved considering that they nre now just seventy eightyears AMr andairt George W An idersci Jraf Mi Sterling are r over the arrival of sl new Bixpound daughter born I t Juniiary Uth f h klEliit trf fief f tak I t tit tlititon bion8ayby Sheriff R lUvlXUIllluli uo advertlsett + ill tlte tout previous isSUegof this prf rJJ t jttper 1 t The Rev M Scudder celebrat ed his golden wedding at Carlisle Tuesdaywhere he has been pas fOr of the Presbyterian church for fiftyone years V Mill Starts Up I SwanmDayLumberCompanys J big planing mill started up today after being closed down for about t Jo months Itis hoped this- m1flwillbeenabledto rim regu J larly in the future as the labor shore badly needs the employ metit C ReJoIN at Cold Steel Your only hope U said three dbcrtoMre ME Fisher De trSit JJich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an opera tihereLased1rKings New Life s whoHy eured rJCbey prevoiij Ap J peHfiicitis Guru JConstlpatioi t I1etNh4oke + 25o + a Jlldruggiljt 1t llrouudtibgujp r Tuesday was grotrnicitio Lffa a a Sn +d for him to his 1sfilcrmv ccOivii ittRUold- t saying we will have ebt v k rnWlOt r 9St teopl were gladtft sea the isujishino the groo nd h8 birt r iHOfltioa Iiotwitliiitatidtitg- t z I bons M I1r Washington Once UaveUp Jff 1 tothree doctors wakeptinbed for five weeks Blood poison from f a spiders blte causi4 1l4iiBedeep doctor0 Salve complefolcured me1 writes l II John Widfbhigton of Bosqueville f TexrJ9r eocemai bofsbardea lles it supreme 256 Rt gl1 drug 1 x 1 iiCi LS i t3 y Qr aa c SZk ft f f c Examining TrialContinued tliq exannmiig trial pt 0hag f4rdtztdr plHtrgotLttttlt inurdertng JlShry Conway was conti6 sd at Stanton 12 TIm ftw lfirmchestor ha8beert engaged to use sist in the defense The Secret of long Life A French Scientist las JlHcnVei eiltinot secret of l hglife flit method deals with tho blood fiiil long ijijgomilHoniB of Americans find prayed Electric liitttjre prolongs life and mubes JtwoTrthltvinK 11 puriflesf onitchemiin d vitatizes the bTood ebuildfii wasted nerve celjej imparts life and tone to the entire eystfeni ItBjdgodsend to weak sick und debilitated people UKidt noy trou We had blighted my life for rnliritlis writes WM Sheri man 6f Cflbbing Me hut Elec eric iTittnrs cured iuo entirely Only tOe at hll drug stores yit Profits for Country 9ygcV i This is the time of tho e whorl theaverage country boy notonly gets n great amountof sport and pleasure out of fur trapping but considerable profit and pocket money Raw Furs in recent years have brought re markably good prices Fashion has ordained that every lady must wear furs consequently the demand has increased Prices of furs are higher than they were- last season M SABEL SONS Louisville Ky make a specialty of Haw Furs and a visit to their Furrooms is an interesting sight for here can be found furs from every section of the United shipnntsfromSwer to their weekly pricelist FridayThisshipper u Application bf1nue I I iH J yfrc tI J tIt Soldkiir Balks DisethtPlot It rtemed toJiA Stone a civil war Veterant6f Kemf Tex that ifprot1c Istedibelween fde te lung trouble aiid the grave to cause his death 41 I contracted Stub born cold he writes that devel oped a cough that stuck to meIn spite of all remedieSjfor years My weight ran down to iaO pounds Then I began to uee Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completly 1 now weigh 178 pounds For sevtre Colds obsti nato Qpuglm Hemorrhage Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists I I s FehcoCheao Ta4ii rlfi uwsr 1a 7 l1ub6Janf field tg RdjpO 7fe 7 1 DEKALB FENCEfCO t p ital4 Ins y i T j i 5 Shake le a Bottle Now istLOlfn 1en the doctor- g ts busy and plJlen medicine manufacturersrijp the harvest un lss great pare is taken to dress warmly and keep the feefdry This is the advice of tin old eminent au thority who says that llheuma tlsm and Kidney trouble weather jt hero and also tells what to do in case of An attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Ex tract Dandelion one ounce Coin pound Kargoiij three ounces Cora pound Syrup arslIlariUa Mix by shaking in abttlt and tub a ten spoonful afteKmeals and at bud timeJust try tliis imjiU homemade mixture allhe first sign of Rleu madam or ifyour back aches or you feel tlmttlio kidneys ute not noting just right This is said to be a splendidkidney regulator and almost certain lor all forms of ItheumatdsmEvhich is caused by uric acid in = tie blood 7 which the kidneys fail tdfilter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost- Uruggiste in his town find vicin ity when shown the prescription Htated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mix Lure for them V i Notice to Vrespossers All personsare hereby notified that nit huttingitnd trespassing ill forbidden by tl undenigned who will prosecuteto the extent of the iiiw all perjtdha violating this no lice B 13 HUTSON No more log time subscriptions M renew today r rr ryrrp rr aYr Yr OA1ItAIYjji ol eooooo J sU12pLU1IUN w- rvicin 3it T n 1 Y1 Idooo 1 tl J TIIII WINCHES ER BANK cn WINm1sTfm Kr- Naioizic oJ W1TRERsPooN 1RI1- J J ifV It SPUAR ASIT OAHIIIKK- r t OUR71CcOiiNTS SOLIOITICD l eee- FB F BERRY F Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Buk l rial Robes and t- S Suits AIscatllrnlsh Home Mode Cot fflna to girder on start Notice I when Desired hyst Bend I J Se j t 4+ + + + + t I + 1 + + 1 10 + V11 LIiWatCl1J1ta1 n and Jeweler i All Kinds 01 Watch and Clock i Repairing bn Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATIiSFAC Tiotf GUARANTEED tine ot Jewelry Spectacles Call a dee me In the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY e ++33+ +++++ y r S OJ I 4- St I 1 111 9 oft tk I 1 ji f y 1 2 y jitlt t 1 y I I x r j J The postoflkeatScottsvillown entered by burglars the snfe blown open and several hundred dollars in money and stamps rh besides several roaisUsrod let t1and a mail punch tukoii loaviiij no clue for detectives to on Notice Of Primary Election At n meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell cbtin ty Kentucky i persuant to due notice at Stanton Kyon the 7th ulj3oIbbtedRobt Kennon L Faulkner JtM Buchanan and T Q More head by proxy to J 11 Buchanan L Loving W B Congleton It was ordered that for the purpose of nominating Demo cratic Candidates for the several County offices to bo voted for anise election to bo held Ncsveniber1100 a primary election bo held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6th Ipop that a poll be opened in each of the several precincts of said county from 0 A 11until1 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 primstry election shall be two Judges a Sheriff and n Clerk for each of the precincts in said County hut that the Clerk shall hveno vote on any question that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said COlllmiti sons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have their names printed on the ballots tQ be used in said election That this Committee shall meet at Stanton Ky on the 11th day of January 1909i for the purpose of selecting the officers to conduct said primary election and to arrange for the supplying of the ballots to he 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 1909 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 Comm 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 a5 00 and Constables 1 GO That in the event the whole of the sum so deposited is nut 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 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 DH Jftth day of February 1909 to receive ami canvass thereturns and award tljo certificates of nomination Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day of December 1908 LUTHER LOVING J II OUEAR Secretary Ohmn Powell Co Democratic Corn iJWl lfiIIJIn t I c 11 I 1 CLAY CITY NATIONAL I DCLAyt Capital Paid ih 5opoooo Surplus and Profits 1000000 I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals accepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid eml Annually on Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS I Mph COUUTNEY J b ADKINSOK CUAULES SCOTT J F Coo T WUITT riA work OFFICERS M H COUHTNKV Pres x CUM SCOTT VlcoPreff A T WITT Cashier dt J 1+ f 1 t + + + ++ +HoS+ I + Jo + I + ++++ + + + l INSURE WITH I i PALY0N SON + t 1 AgentsIOver 200000000 I jc representeda iIione w o knotrasnyt ingabout insurance know h aroleaaers initliikllne tiH1 ++ U Jut Ulit Vtlk3 M41 FllfiHlhH i Mll M1- y rr Joj ir F WIlltly FURSHides and Wesl thenpla1IoWwu ClueD CoUn SeaUYcBowRocl Mir AppU Wild Ginger etc WIe dealer oulEAJ b l8560w Ulactntuirh IaovUWsodaodoheuufarat6 n aemt or ccamUioa nerchuu RJmux ur Bu k In LaamEe Vritt for wctUy foot lia ud nstap- M Sabel A lens229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Some men are cautious by na ture and some because the mule kicked them For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood lie uting stove Apply at this office We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Ilome at Clny City is ready for the orphan girls in the mountains It is a large three story bripk house beuutifully situatedatG lay City It is owned by the Society pfSoul Winners and supported by good people every wjiere Orphan girls between the Bgeaof five and thirteen will bore 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 wire have neither father or mother will be Wcioved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gu rrant Wllmore Ky Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to any such children The Home will clothe educate and care for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better homo in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS R ftIRYIN MD PHYSIOIANAIfD8URQEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY ii R C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw STANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII MB ALITHROATANDLUNGTROUBL- ESGIIABANTERD I SATISPAorOn OB MONEY BEFaNDED The Oianitoaa and DJSf1l 6i1 Gernedl dysenteryAsiatic cholera and prevents meet of typhoid Same wonders worldt 25 cents per box a fntntltat K ao called teal IPrlco nt bunt It aad don 1 J for you CHEMICAL Mod direct COMPANY to Oswego N Y U S A I 1 FOR A UMITEDTIME YOU OAN GET THE Louisville TimesRegular Price 3500 a Year AND THE Clay City TiresN BOTH i YEAR FORaOO The Louisville Times is the Best AfternoonPaper Printed Anywhere Has tho best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subsriplion Right Away tb this paperrnot to The Lou isvill Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any i time so get in now This rate Is good only for mail Biibscrjp tions and we cannot accept orders for The Louisville Times where that paper has a regu lar agent who furishea pa monthrTWO PAPERS FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF ONE rltllssI Very Serious a Very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the pouDe 8LAcK nTLiver cdlrttre Thei talon of thI eWreHa us me- digestion d1cla recmeUJtatlIa uel liver trou1sfe11 rmly estl1 3f do a not feoltato other m dlcinefl tt Is bcHer thttri others or it would pot be the fi writ liver powder with a larger gale than iiU others comllaed OLD m TOWXn I 1909j 111F 1 tLJPRICE Y Hea- rWilliam gs T the veteran lLondon edit again been in the spirit world says tlie OlarksEUr W4 Vu Telegraph This time ho has been receiving letters from his son Willie who died a rear ago According to Mr Stud Willie says the spirit world is quite anxious tb establish com munication jtfifh this world as the people of this world are with it The letters were written by Mr Steods own passive right hand which meived absolutely au tomaticallyykThe method ry may cClmn1un lit itii their docens ed relatives ark friends Mr Stead will attempt to explain in the near future Tjieso mysteri ous commuutcationBof Mr Stead may be lied likely are df great interest to som people butun til furtherconvincing part cu lars are furnished by him runny others will take them as indict tions that heisimerely batty h WANTED A man or woman on every rural route to represent us soliciting new and renewal Sub Bcriptlons on a CQtqmisaion basis We are making the boat offers at the lowest prices and allow very liberal commisefona Insurance solicitors fruit tree a pente or relativesof rural routs carriers are especially desired Write for terrwyand full particular today AtgQodprofitable business caq 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