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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 L l THE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Onrselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XII OAT CITY KY THURSDAY APRIL II J907 NO 15 J L Reduction of I Prices In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Goods I will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction Including It ShoesDress Goods HosieryMens Boys Hats Trunks S Suit Cases S Flour 2 Sugar i CoffeeSDishesAll of Best Canned Goods L s and other goods too numerous to mention Come and see the goods and I will make the prices right S Jtf B EATON PS 55 S 55 5 5 SS 55 S SSS55 S 5 S 555 We Pickets and Council Melting The Clay City its regular session last night had a great deal of talk about the of a number of the streets are now fenced up and other matters but no action was taken The time set to elect teachers for the city school was the regular May the teachers salaries were cut about 500 per month The decreased revenue made this reduction necessary or an in of taxation The tax rate could legally be raised to as much as 1 85 per cents for school purposes and 7E cents for general purposes The limit was 50 cents for school purposes but the last ses sion of the raised this to GO cents Time to Clean Up It is now up time and no one should neglect in time to put all the under their control in a better With a little work and a little ones can soon be enhanced in looks not less than 100 00 besides the which amounts to more than else As Time Passes- It brings MoneySaving Oppo tunities Of course there are some who have put off buying they really need If it to bean Overcoat Ladies Cloak qr i- nMillinery it is only better for you You can save on money these articles by to my store for them They have been marked down to COST as we intend to close them all out before Spring Our other goods is up to the and we will take in your needs SHIMFESSELS Stole I R6b1oJ f MFGE Winchester Ky Sash Flooring floors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding iVarandas EtOr Fronts Couribilat Wednesday opening that important meeting crease hundredGO formerly Legislature cleaning property condition whitewash premises And sanitary improvement anything something happens anything big coming Stockof standard pleasure supplying ylyWyWWWWWMW4WIJ4W4WW4w MWWNW4WWN44LW44WMH Department Maiufacture Stairways Shingles Store We are Headquarters ifor Building Paper- FeltRooflng FUntoidRoofling and Etc rR ed J rrNSend us Your esHYrtatst Prompt Shipments t 1 t j r- y ti- Y w w t Another Tax Sate The City Marshal will next week advertise more property for sale for tax and in this sale there will be a great deal more property offered than before Every one owing the city tiny tax and has any property must pay up say the city officials This means that everyone that is now owing the city any tax and has any property in the citythe same will be levied on and advertised for sale in the next is sue of the Tunes There is no putting this matter off any longI er the rule is imperative every one who owes the city tax will be dealt with exactly alike and the officers say there positively will be no further delay in action under any promises to pay later Now is the only time to pay and save cost and penalty Death of Win Neal Wm Neal of this city who has been ina hospital at Lexington the past few weeks for the treatment of stomach trouble died there Friday and was brought here for burial and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Sunday afternoon Funeral services by Rev R A IrI yin at the residence before in terment He leaves a wife and four children living He was about seventy years old and was twice married i The Bridge Fund Look at our bridge fund this week We publish names of aU persons subscribing less than 5 We will in the future report all amounts subscribed under the total previously reported and not carry all names as formerly- as it takes too much space for this Proper credit has now been given to each individual sub scriber whether it be one hun ned or one dollar City Papers vs Local Papers The papers of the large cities are all right if you want them but it is your own home paper that advertises your churches your numerous societies sympa hifces with you in your affli tions and rejoices with you in your prosperity In short it is the local paper that mentions the thousand and one items in which you are interested during the year and do not find in po icrs of large cities The Tax Sale The tax sale was pulled off in this city Saturday But two sales were made as all of the others paid their tax and penalty befor dayof sale HO Warmoutb bought five feet of the Combs lot advertised adjoining him for the tax and cost James Bloom bought the Jameson property for tax and cost Arrested for Theft Upon advice from the offi dials of Montgomery county Whore the theft was perpetrated a fellow by the name of Our tiewas arrested in this city yes twentysevendollars held fortlie proper authorities Afullline of cakes candies and f uilsat Anderson Grocery DEATHS IMiss Annie Baber aged twen ty years died at the home of her mother Mrs Sarah Baber on Little Creek Tuesday after a lin gering illness with consumption Burial Wednesday at the Ware burial ground The little fourmonts old child of Mr and Mrs Jeffie McKinney of Vaughns Mill died Sun day It had been a very delicate child since birth and the fond parents though greatly grieved never expected to raise the little oneA telephone message from Mt Sterling announces the death of Sam Hart of Montgomery coun ty aged 72 years of creeping paralysis Funeral at his home and burial at Mt Sterling ceme tery today Deceased is a broth er of Mrs T J Fletcher of this city and a well known citizen of Montgomery county Mrs H Fletcher is at Mt Sterling at tending the obsequies notesisofN D Burgher whose deathappears elsewhere in this issue in Obituary has many relatives in this Estill and Clark counties among them being the editor of this paper who is his great nephew The Clay City summer girl who refused to don her wearing apparel until after Easter miss ed a good opportunity for an early display during the summer days of March Miss Patsey Bush spent alof last week with friends in Lexington Orchard grass seed for sale at wholesale prices Apply at this office For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs fiiannd at the new grocery 5 and 15 cents NO 4217 The Clay City National Bank CLAY CITY KY Capital i 5000000 Surplus Fund V 700000 M COURTNEYPresident CHARLES SCOTT Vice President ADDISON T WH1TT Cashier All business entrusted to our care will receive careful and promptattention Your account is respectfully solicited BOARD OP DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT JOHN D ATKINSON J F COX A T WHITT p SPOUT SPRING 4 MoseY McKinney visited rela ive inOlark coimtyja fciw dny last week i Barnett McKinneys snv mill has been out of repair for the past few days Marion McICinnoy sold a work horse this Week to John W Henry for seventyfiwe dollars J H Dawson has bought the Wm Curtis farm on Red rive of W J Christopher for 8400 Mr Dawson will to this farm at once Mr and Mrs Bonnie Poor of Clark county visited thei daughter Mrs T S Ohristo pher at this place a few day last week John W Dawson and family who moved to Columbia Palls Mont the first of last February where Mr Dawson intended to engage in the timber busi ness will return to their Old Kentucky Home in the next few days Mr Dawson failed to find the timber business there so profitable as he expected henc their return Rrllroad Suit Compromised Estill county has compromise the famous railroad casein whicl the county lias been in litigation with the bond holders for the past several years In the com promise the county is to pay the bond holders 5805000 The amount of these bonds is 50000 withinterest for nearly eighteen yearsNineteen years ago Estill coun ty voted 100000 to the railroad built through that county which was then known as the Richmond Nicholasville Irvine Beatty villa RR While the terms of theproposition on which the issuance of bonds in payment of1his amount was never com plied with by the railroad com pany it is claimed 50000 worth of these bonds were issued to the railroad when the road was com pleted to Irvine seventeen years ago The county officials have all along since these bonds were issued refused to provide for their payment and the matter all the while has been in the courts which has invariable de cided against the county The face value of these bonds with in terest will amount to over 100 000 Thus it seems that the coun ty has made a good deal in effecting a compromise for about half their face value flows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bu cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin ancially able to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm WALDIKO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catrrrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 rpents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family rlUsfor constipation LOST Somewhere in Way City Gold Locket with Masonic Emblem and Estill Lodge number 4G9 engraved together with the undersigned name Finder return to me and receive re wardl Sam Carr l Clay City Ky j 4 THE TIMES I IOBUSIIED EVERY THURSDAY =J B Burgher Publisher Subscription RatesSO Cents per year in ad- Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclassmail matter Tbuislayt Apr 11 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subs ribers we have arranged club rats with the following papers at pries below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal fclOi C Cincinnati Enquirer 111 11 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 7i Our Bridge Fund Below we give the names and n mount subscribe by each who have subscribed sum less than S5 00 First giving the total of all amount heretofore reported over 15 00 Sums of tc5 00 and over previously reported 8 980 00 Davy White Estill Co 3 00 D F Blanton 2 50 Sammy EmbeII 11 2 10 L B Curtis 2 50 Russell Christoper II II 2 50 T S Christoper II II 2 50 Michelberry Packet 1 26 D A 5s J A Wallace 2 50 A M Durbin Ie 2 50 Judge Robt Riddellcc 2 50 R H Niblack County 250 Johnnie Vrightce 2 5C Reub Tipton Winchester 250- JlII Stevenson 2 60 B A CrutoherII 2 00 J B Patton County 2 OCT B Ware e i 2 00 John V Harris Estill Co 2 00 Thos Clemcc 2 OC Clint Barnettee j 1 Op Bennie DarnettCc II 1 00 Louis Snowdencc 1 00 James Kingce Ie 100 Bert Barnette IC 100 Owen Patrick 1 00 Ben Maubley 1 00 Nelson Witt 1 OC Morris Larison L 1 00 S E Wallace 1 00 J F Harris 1 00 E P Campbell 1 OC 0 K olande cc 100 C T Grinstead cc 1 00 Total 1039 50 WANTEDMan and two women able and willing to work in dairy for which I will pay 85000 per month Must be good characters and man must be sober Apply at this office or M B LOVELL Paris yat once Grist Mill for Sale Complete corn meal outfit con sisting of one 18 in French Burr Grist Mill Corn and Cob Crusher Bolter Corn Shelter and necessary belting shafting pulleys c 14 horsepower Gasoline Engine All in first class working order Will sell cheap For particulars apply at this office The Local Bank foe a Guide While the localbanker is not always infallible in his judgment it can be put down as a pretty sure thing tha there would be nillions less hind earned money squandered ever year if no outside investments ward made except on his recommendation If you have A bonanza mining en terprise andit issoshaky a finan cial backing that your banker wouldnt put his money into it twill be a pretty safe thing to steer shyof t r r Rafting Subscription Rates Owing to increased price hall kinds of material which goes to make the local paper the- Frenc1burg Agitator has doubled their subscription rate This isI almost inevitable The TIMES is Justin the same attitude but weI not to make advance are going any in the subscription price yet still if all kinds of printing material continues to go up itI will in the hear future be un questionably impossible to publish any kind of a local paper forI 50 cents Obituary The subject of this notice N D Burgher was born in Estill county KyJanOtb 1810 emI igrated to Iowa in the year 1850 and there departed this life April 2nd 880 a m lOOT of paralysis Was 01 years 2 months and 23 days old Was a member of Missionary Baptists at Liberty church where the funeral servi ces were conducted by Eld Isaac Sawin of Moulton after which the body was laved to rest in the Stober cemetery to await theI resurrection morn He was the father of six chil dren two are gone before while four remain to mourn the loss ofI a dear father was the grandfa ther of 10 living children six of whom were his pallbearers Residence for Sale I offer my residence in Clay City for sale together with the adjoining lots and young orchardand i etc This house has several good rooms conveniently arranged Nice yard and all necessary out buildings for a comfortable home For par tioulars callat Clay City Hotel or address J W Chaflin Clay City Ky SALA 4 I DdffDure i A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee that this prepar ation will clean tho scalp of all Dandruff All we ask Is that you who are affected with dand ruff purchaso one bottle and Try if It is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desire able Makes the Hair healthy abundant and beautiful FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS SALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich It r druggist does not have It tend one dollar direct to uj and we will fend you a bottle prepaid U youaaaer wcJllICnl1 3011 free a trial PllveLwh1ch RHEU JATISrI without deranging the heart or stomach Rheumatic cf every kind are I oompilcattoua and growl hs from one ortg1 Inal malady that l7 KUncr Dbcnac such as ofthelUckaoho Diabetes and llrlgbt Dlseaio1 all the above aro interwoven with Rheum attain in various forms such ai poet Lam bago Ifenralgla aud Bcutlco Trya OOcntDoxDI JUTINE TABS FREETo tho first Inquiry In you vicinity By this we do not mran two or tires days oomphwo mean what wo Bay that we will you without coat by roalL aVlTLt TKKATJOKNT Just 01 Jl you paid tor It If 01IdC4lr reactacadtoacewetako ItsmWritoj coII I Clllllnr tan iz Mrs IW Williamsr Fine Millinery Dress Goods Notions Clothing and Etc Will carry in this space her Spring Announcement of a Complete line of Elegant New Goods The usual combination of Good Quality Good Styles and Correct Prices will prevail CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t1I or I t r 1f J i1 F crtJ t j 0I spt 0 I I fjf t The Whitest White Cake i1 The Lightest Light Rolls h = And Flakiest Biscuit b Are MndeWhenYouUeor Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour g t Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed t 4 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY J1ft Sold by our Leadinp Herchante t I I Z DUDLEYS DOLLAR t it RAZOR j It is easy to buy some kind of a razor for a dollar but you wonder if it isrp S81bleto a German and razor of the finest razor steel with aP2s1tlveguranteeonethatWi11gt e you a dean smooth shave at we run no risk in buyinjfa pudf r leys Dollar Razor itis backed by our name and guarantee and it IS exchangeable c at anytime if not satisfactory We have made reputation 1 1 on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made andIS equal to ii those usuallyofJeredat2oo Sent postpaid OH receiptof one dollar J ff I I and name your ih v p RAY D LY HfUMOWAMK OOt r NMhvlll Tenn tf I IINSURE WITH AWentat SON oi Eaiatern ntucky Over 200 OOOO sfi Represented one who knows anything about insurance know dittyard1eadereIn this line J JHEs TIMES r rtAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i THURSDAY APR 111907 LOOAL BREVITIES V rMayor Daniel was transacting business in Lexington M6nday J A Rogers and son of XenaI were in the city Thursday They were enroute to Lexington Sam Carr is working for SwannDay Lumber Company in their store at Beattyville this week a Dr Littlepage reports the birth fa son to Mr and Mrs Sara Crow on Hardwicks Creek Monday AprilS PR Shlmfessel of Lexington spent from Friday till Mon day with his brother Win Shim Vessel at Vaughns Mill Frank Daniel and wife are re joicing over the arrival of a lit tle daughter at their house Sun day night This makes a pair for Frank boy and girl If Spring always begins after S Easter Easter was miscalculated this year The cold weather con 4 tinues and April is much more like March than March was like itself f Eld B S of Win- chestere spentthree days this week with his son iu this city He stuck a nail in his foot about ten days ago and is considerably crippled Mrs Jennie Russell has moved to her residence in this city while lir Wra Johnson has ta ken charge of the hotel Robt Ru88ellhasvmoved to the Cassi dy place i Pastor R B Wilson was at Rosslyn Sunday at Quarterly meeting leaving his pulpit hero tkght13eFourth Sunday s James Bloom ana 50 War mouth were in Cincinnati this week buying goods Mh War mouth for his generastore and Mr Bloom for thee new furniture store which will be opened A pril 20- The heaviest hail fqr a good while f11 in this city Sunday af terpoon Two storms came up unusuallylarge hurridly and passed over just as quickly as they came The TIMES has for the past several Weeks received through the mails more money than usual on subscription and most of them who send in their money speaks in the most favorable terms of the paper all of which the pub lisher appreciates so much The publisher would so well like to make mention of each one send ing us money through the mails but has found entirely to many of these remittances this Spring to make such mention Howev er we appreciate the favor just the same The Price of Health The price of health in a mala rious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Molan Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life sand vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Wake Up Wake Up i J 4 1And realize the fact that 1 8heietohelp you as myself Why in the name of commonsense should you Jceeponeencouraging a high price store when 1 am offering you the same good and really much fresher nta saving of from 10 to 50 cents on the dollar Some measly competitors will tell you all kinds of stories about shoddy goodsshort weights aritt efdbut ri come and judge for yourself by giving me a fair trial Dont knock and tell others if we thi kea mistake but tell me and I willgladly do my ipl1rtto correct same and thank you besides Dont forget the fact that berbre I opened my grocery and out the prices you got only 14 se pounds of sugar for tl00 iand other goods in t proportion 86 if you are now Able to jet a lit it tie more at otherstores than formerly tits be cause I made it soi Th6reforeypuBbuld give credit towhpnrit belongs j and flhowyour appro- tV elation by trading with me to r W yr0 ttvr 1 i pf CEO W ANDERSON JR 1tH w c l Originator of Low Prices pfthewill survive the freezes of the past several days Bitten By a Spider poisningcau6cdby of Bosqueville Ter would have lost his leg which became a mass ofrunning sores had ho not been persuaded JBucklens Arnica Salve He writesITho first application relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos Store JJ Meenin of Perry Ohio was in the city Monday Mr Meenibrepresontsthe Detroit Tie Company a new tie company which is just entering this terri tory to buy timber Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervous ness and general debility writes A A Chisholm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and amstill gaining daily Best tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c For Sale 1 cooking stove 1 sewing ma chine 1 double barrel breech loading shot gun and I will swap my little buggy mare for a big heavy mare or mule as I have some heavy work I am not able to get out from home come and see the a bove goods and you will find a bar gain in them all J W HenryClay ity Ky Dress Making IMiss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel Every town on the L N Railway from Cincinnati to Atlanta Georgia is said to be local Oynthiann Paris and Winchester and in the two first named towns local option elections will be shortly held Pneumonia 8 Deadly Work bdlOseriouslyaHected my right long writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Term thatI coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors predictionconsumptionseemedinevitable brought home albotVle of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case prIedt be theonly REAL cough reslre 6t weak sore lungs WhiH all Bother Remedies uite ijr fail you mac still jyi1in the a t10i1g inl lung andthrout troulps with New bisc V the BEAD cure Gnaranteed4ySwann- Dayli umber Cosstore 50c and s1Trial bottle free I New Watchmaker X P Mauppin Watch and Clock repali ing of lrkihson reasonable terms Now located 1n the Adams I in his lineHotelbuildinglorwork work and satisftlctioa guaranteed i 0 Tlhtrihesle Bank iNOOBPOHAtKD N Hi ti fesrCapita Stock2OO OOQ r ir Slirphis 200q individsale n Its to Your Sv Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest end you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Hnaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc I Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods i lWewill appreciate your trade and take n exchange I1ighestfl Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place IA E1 BARNETT i I SON KYtIi I I For The Holiday Ii Trade We have the nicest line of Chrinas goods including Fine Candies Fruits Nuts Toys and anything to please the children and grown up people too and all will be sold at t- ROCK BOTTOM PRICES t Lot of off season goods now being sold v at Greatly Reduced prices and e COSTI 1- I Nice line of 1907 calendars on hand Dont fail to call 1 1 I for one when you arc here I I I SwannDay Lumber Co I Clay City Ky t rwnLIWiTI EASE ALL PARTICLES 1 IIWuH i I M l is IIcru M IIT DIRT AN- DGREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men Atrial Will Convince youthere Is no other soap like It 2 sizes Scand lOc a Mernuhotured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY urllngtonlowa r HAYE- SHealing Honey It has no equal for curing COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Tako no other- A STRONG TESTIMONIAL lam ere earn old I have suffered with a cough for year I have used nearly every cough remedy on tbe market I ha o never used a cough pyrnp that benefUted me BO mrch us HAYES HEAliNG HONEY It la truly a grand medicine MBS W N LEVAN Paducah Ky yourdruggistperfectly satisfied 8HOFFNKRHAYE8 CO Inc Paducah Kentucky l1lI You LookYellow I The trouble is your livers productsbUe your blood- You cantdigest yourfood your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dirti ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icBedfords BlackDraught This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver 1 1 purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pationIt a true medldne for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try it At all dealers In medldnes In 25 c packages The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON K7 offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Aspara gus Sbrubs Rhubarb and Small a FruitsWe have no Agents Strawber ry and General Catalogues on ap H F Hil enmeyer Sorvs Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in 1 quanti ty Will sell to dealer or toleroar at Lowest Prices Will deliver tu Clay City or sell at the kilns 820 Lime 05 cents per barrel at th- eJkns or75 cents delivered in Clay City PROFESSIONAL GAUDS MWMMYML hMMMMWNIMyN RA IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY t B LlTTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITV KY 13R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t ir t DALVAY Chestnut horse 6 by the Commoner ton of Hanover and Mnrgerine by Al dam Levissa bv Brutus second dam Llcra by Fonsotlurd dam Acidenta by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Bros Paris Ky andsold as a three yearold toH lichen or of Chicago Dalyays only start us a 2yr old was at Washington Park track Chicago on July 14 1003 when he ran unplaced Inn purse race won by with Dungannon second and Martlus third nighinvinclblebeinginside each of his starts Witha single break where he finished second Dalvay won eight straight races beating the best horses at Chicago track The fol lowing is his record for the year 1904 June 20 HawthornePurse three yearold 6 furlongsPeter J Somers SingingMasterTime 11525 85 4 HswthornePursethreeyro- lds one mile Aiianias 109 won Dal vay 102 second MIss Crawford104third Seven starters Time 14185 75 July 16 HarlemPurse threeyrolds and upward 7 furlongsDalvay 3 93 won Dont Ask Me 5 111 Comrade f3 98 third Ten starters Time 1 27 35 485 8yroldsICarson 112 second Dell Lcath 101 third Six starters Time 128 35 500 July 24 Hawthorne Purse threeyr olds nnd upward one mile Dalvay 3 94 won Foncasta 3 89 second Greg or K 4 99 third Six starters Time 141 4CO Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyoar old and upward 1 110 miles Dalvay 3 102 won Jake 4 108 second Fonso luca 5 107 third Five starters Time 14785 400 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three 102iwonDalvaystarters Time 14375 Aug 29 Harlem Purse three ear oldand upward 1 mile Dalvay 8 100 won The Lady aged 103 second Pe ter Paul 3 93 third Six starters Time 140 85 Five hundred dollars Aug 81 Harlem Purse threeyear yardsDalvayondCelebration 4 99 third Slxsttlrt ers Time 1 42 85 500 dollars Sept 9 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Walnnmolnen599second Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 130 500 dollars Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalva won Port Royal FelipeLuga397thirdFourstartersfiime Oct 5 Kansas City Purse thrceyr oldslmileJudge105wlnlDalvay110seconde ers Time 142 75 dollars Oct22 Kansas City Tho Foster Tro phy Handicap two yearold and upward 1 mileDalvay8112won Otto Stifel 8 107secondMcGeo41 0third SIx starters Time 139 4140 Oct 25 Kansas CityHandicap all- ages5 furlongsMcGee 4 117 Otto iii II i Dalvay 3f 118 third Seven starters Time 112 4 25 dollarsOct Kansas CityPurse three yearold and one mile Dalvay won Harbor8191sccond For ster 3 91 third Four starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced His winning races follow Jan 19 Los Angeles Purse all ages 53 furlongs Dalvay 4 103 won Hurst 3 94 second Passadena 3 00 third Eight starters Time 16 325 aUages6turlongsDalvay 4 105 second Ora Viva 5 108 Four starters Time 1 13M 325 Last year Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Beach July 20 ho finished a good fourth after having been practically left at the post and Aug 13 at Sara toga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his raco at Harlem Sept 9 1004 Dulvay ran a mile in 130 defeating a nnmberof the fastest horses in the West Ho won pulled up by two lengths and could un questionably have made better time had it been necessary In allDalvay won twelve races was four times sec ond once third andfour times unplac ed His winning totaled9290r This most excellent horse will make the season of 1007 at the stable of Thos Conlee one mile west of Stanton at the low service fee of 10 00 This is an excellent opportunity for Powell county farmers to get the serv ice of a thoroughbred horse There Is no better in the State Alcohol from Cornstalks Professor Wiley of the department of agriculture says that inasmuch ds every 100 pounds of corn stalks will yield six and a half pounds of absolute alcohol it is ob vious that the ignorant agriculturist has been allowing an enormous a mount of wealth to go to waste Say that one acre will yield from ten to twelve tons of grain Stalks or about 20000 pounds arid you have a quantity of rawrmaterial which will produce 4300 fcui de nnrvcra n of absolute alcohol or 210 gallons Alcohol at the present is worth 40 cents a gallon Professor Wiley says that the al cohol derivable from the cornstalks that now go to wase in this country would not only drive all the machinery ofthe factories but would furnish the requisite power for ail the railroads and steamboats run allof the automobiles heat and illuminate all the houses and light the streets of every city in the un ionA Kansas boy has married a girl whose name and address he found in a package of cigarettes He will ultimately see the evil pf the cigarette habit no doubt There needj hunt for trouble it will find you just as quick WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that the name Implies i MarvelousRemedy for all External Purposesn Absolutely Fm from all- Poisonous Ingredients Cures Burns Boils Cuts Sores Sore ChappedHandsFelons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores resultingfromfrom poisonous animals or insects and all Wounds and Skin Diseases DRUGGISTS OR IfAT MAIL POSTPAID 25tpirlox HAARER Jh SONSI Ann Arbor Michigan I I We i of large page weekly the farmer raiser ortheIopmenU glren In detaIL arrlculturato this publlcitloa and the advice that they Eire li btniflcltl to tarmac and raiser of contains articles men who understand and live stock con41UoDlln wrlttanlIban farmer and raiser ot Ure Stock 1 dspartnelltedlledrated entirely to the Interests of women who capablySitedbe of cooking and keeping a house sacciitally OUR JUHIOB DEPAETMEST Coadactea y for the benefit of the younger eneraUoa Contains litters from children departnentlad glrL dePartmentrlzesarotters on subjects proposed the MirtEditor patternvery nsemi to the bouiewlfe Hon 3 Will Clay of Mt Ster ling was unanimously endorsed by the Democratic nt Frenchburg as the nominee of the party for Representative from the Nineteenth Legislative District 60 YEARS 1 DESIGNS ctc maypntckltlonestrtetlfconSdentlal HAR08auaOnPatents Atentalatent8epecfal tauwlthollto ClWlfe SdtlttlfiC Jlllltrl alt A handsomely Illustrated weekly Treet elf culation of Journal Terms t3 a i four months SL Sold byall newsdealer fiBranch Co3e1aLatdvNewYork IWiiUJl 9y jS A PUMP FREE 3E Will Give terlcoltoral COPYRIGHTS Rfetlo cf Iron GuatcodAll repairs done quickly above ground Take off Fulcrum aiid Handle to pull out Plunger for repairs same as in wooden rumps LOOK FOR It PUMP materialExtahavyI I preventsfreezingI changeable I Sold by everywhere eft17tbemcoatatooWILLIAMS PUMP CO StIndianapolis Ind WILL GIVE THIS BEAUTIFUL 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thus lit ten as It enables them to know just what other farmers one doing and what methods they are adopting to become successful LIVE BIOOK KAHKET Tbe report of the market on cattle bogs and abeep la second bythei authority on the Chicago markets and It is therefore always reliable and accurate HORSE HABKET The horse market U also reported by the DroTers Journal and gives a fun report or the conditions of the horse trade both In the east U well as In Chicago PBODUCE The produce market Ii re noiportenmarket and who understand the exact eondl tlons The market Is siren In detail and SI always accurate bYtbwho make a study of the grain trade and who coni4ltlont thIewhl b is coarceot amusement to both tae old and young IN BAR subscriptions Ooodalla Fanner stop when time expires I If your subscription to our paper Is paU until July 1 1907 or later simply Send In OVDUGoodallado so without one cent of cost to you If your time Is not paid beyond sendayeara slaAto Farm ForSaIe 107 acres 3 miles from Clay City on Mr Sterling road The place has on it050 ajiple and 500 peach trees and some pears plums cher ries grapes and other fruits all now beginning to bear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and lObar rels of corn rer acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plen ty of material and fuel on the form Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to R S NOEL Clay City Kv The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the toast reliable the most Durable mode Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings andf GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER XY Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Nov 18 1906 No 2 IEASTBOUND m ox Sun Lv Lexington 325 786 Winchester 810i8 S I L AB Junction 325 82C- o Clay City 400 DQ DOuI Natural Bridge 445 042 11 Torrent 457 956 4 BenttyvilleJunc 518 1017- 0 K Junct 010 11 Ii- ArJackson615 1120 WESTBOUND Stations No 8- Daily P al Nol Dai QX Su- nAmJ LvJaokson220 610 0 K Junct 2256 18 I BeattyvilleJune 8 207O I Torrent 841 780 Natural Bridge 8 M414Oa-mptnnII Juno 857 98- Stanton 428 811 I Oluv Cltv 405 82i- I LdEJunction507 858 Winchester 620 912- kArLexington605 9551 CONNECTIONS t L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 8 conneo with G h 0 for tit Sterling A Campton Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Campton lTrains NOR 8 and 4 will make con + nection at Beatt Junction with L do A for passengers to aid from Beattyvlllo f 0 S K Junction Trains Nos 3 and forlocal KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cPrice No4I 100 l I Sureat ana Quickest Cure for al- lTHltOAlandLUNGmOUO IiXS or MONEY BACK t r s