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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e 1A 1 THEyttt QLAY CITY TIMESj tt 60 Cents a Year in Advance i We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XIIr CLAY CITY KYi THURSDAY MAY 9 1907 NO 19 1 4 t SoeSeeoeisiReduction I Prices 1 la order to reduce aiy sleek sad mobs roomfrSprkag Ooodi I wiH fell during March Iyen tire stock at a Great Redaction MClHdMg ShoesDress Goods Hosiery Mens Boys Hats- Trunks SUitCases Flour Sugarj i Dishes AM Kinds of Best Canned Goods i aad other goods too numerous to mention II Come and see the goods aad i I wiN make the prices right iJ B EATON e Manufacture Sash Blinder Weatherboarding Ptcketm Stairways lng1esana Store Two Cent Rate In Kentucky The twocent railroad fare in Indiana is reflecting in Kentucky where there is competing lines particularly the L H St L in i Kentucky from what are prac tictU competitive points for the Southern road in Indiana and the Henderson in Kentucky The Southern made a- twocentrafe to confoFmtotte law recently enacted by thefn diana Legislature This compell edthe Henderson line to do the sameThe two cent rate law in haValso forced the 0 Oc to s similar rate from Ashland to in competition with OHIO iinesoperating across the river On all divisions of- the0 0 the rate hoe been re to two and onehalf cents pot mile Died In New York Calvin S Brodhead senior member of the firm Brodhead Garrett Co this city died in New York of last week nboutsixtyyeaii01d one and onehalf million dollars Nice line of Wall Paper just received at Shimfessels c As Time Passesr ItbringsMoavOppor Y mOines Of course there are some who have put off buying something they reallyneed If it happens to be an Overcoat Ladles Cloak u r i f or anything i- nMilliner j J 1 it is only better for you You can save big money yon these articles by coming to my reforthem They have been marked down to COST as we in tend io dose themaH out before Spring JOur Stock of other goods is up to the standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs wwvwrwrwwwwrrr wnv+rwirwn wwwnr SHIMFESSELSDepartment s 1 tr It t l V YTySI1t1 NfiblANfi Mf Be Winchester Ky p We FloQrihg doorsill ceiling Vawndaa Eto Fronts Route Ohio Cincinnati other duced Monday I We are Headquarters for julldingraperrri Felt Roofing k JFlintoHV Roofing v1anu c to f4 P i Send uYour ei s T k r I 4 Prompt Snlpriienf3 kit y tr S fI 1 1 f The Missouri Plan disIcoverednecessarily pensive Farmers on a main road can turn a mud road into a good macadam road it is claimed fr an annual tax of ten cents an acre for twenty years The state is to furnish the engineering and the money to pay half the cost of building the rondoThe matter will rest with the farmers Such a provision in the Ken tucky statutes should be enacted and surely no farmer would object to paying ten cents an acre road tax when it would make such land worth as much again after the road is completed I Value of Newspaper Reading That is a wise teacher who ac cording to the Morganfield Sun says that C pupils whq have access to newspapers at home when compar ed with those who do not are better readers better spellers better grammarians better punctuators and read more underetnndingly and obtain practical knowledge of geog raphy in almost half the time required by otbersTbe newspaper I is decidedly an important factor in modem life This will not be dis puted by any one who has taken the trouble to inveta ate the mat for himself Work to Soon Cein Dr E 0 Guerrant of Wil moreKyandoi provident of the new orphans home in this city was here Saturday looking after some business pertaining to the school Work will soon begin on some additional buildings to be completed by September 1st when they get possession of the present buildings The school will care for one hundred or more orphans It will be nonsectarian I Jeff Davis Birthday How many people know that June 8 next will be the ninety ninth anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis head of the Southern Confederacy Plans have already been set on foot at many places in the south for ob serving the centennial of hisI birth next year Jefferson vis was born in Kentucky as was Abraham Lincoln Died la Oklahoma Mr Duane Hall died at his homo in Blackwellj Okla last week aged 85 years He is sur vived by a wife formerly Miss Louise Todd who has many rel atives in this county and six children He is an uncle of the editor of this paper and was a merchants at Spout Spring some fifty years ago Crdly Burned Frank Daniel had an arm and his face badly burned last week while extinguishing ablaze in a cyclone at the boiler house of the big planing mill He is getting along very well but the burns still gives him much pain and he will not be able to work for several days r1 A big line or new ahcl upt bate fbatCards at the Drug Store They i tferejbefirst ones to ntr doc these 1 1 cards fore 4c y j rVt Dr and Mrs B 0 Wilson of Grayson Springs Ky were guests of the formers sister Mrs E B McGlohe Monday and Tuesday and they together with Mrs McGlone are now visiting home folks at Morehead The exposition postage stamps which are commemorative of the founding of the Jamestown set tlement in 1007 have been issued though they are not yet on sale at the local postoffice Prof 0 W Campbell filled his stand at Livingston Saturday and Sunday and at the same time Mrs Campbell visited friends in the Western pert of the State T L Conlee had two cows to go mad from the effect of a bite some weeks since from an un known dog Rain fell the greater part of all yesterday afternoon which will retard farm work several days longer Press Johnson of Knowlton was transacting business in the city Fridfiy and Saturday Mrs W N Bush has been very sick for several days this week Council Meeting Last night the Clay City Council was in regular month ly session and several impor tant measures were to have come up but we went to press too ear ly to get a report of Che pro ceedings The election of teach ers was one part of the businecs scheduled Prof Campbell is an applicant for Principal Prof F P Tracy is an applicant for First Assistant and Mrs Ware applies for the Second Assist ants place These are the only advance applicants one for each place and it is quite probable all were elected 0 G Daniel Jr and wife of Vaughns Mill are rejoicing over the arrival of a new daugh ter at their home Tuesday May 7th House and Lot For Sale I offer my heuse and lot in Clay City on Seventh ave for sale Six good rooms and a nice comfortable home Will be sold at a reasonable price For particulare write- J E NiblackIrvine S S For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at the new grocery 6 and 16 cents t We have on Display r AN UPTODATE LINE OF New Stylish Hats Now Ready for your Inspection if In our Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of jfe Linen Waisting and Suiting GMffonette 1 Persian Lawn India Linon Nainsook Dimity Etc Pocketbooks Belts Combs Collars and Cuffs Violet Talcum Powder l Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection I Mrs W N Bush t fj r m + + + I SoI u+ f t++ + tt 0 +++ i INSURE WITH P A LYON 6s SON The lusiiranoo Agents of Eastern Kontuolcy Over 200000000 Represented I Everyone who knows anything about insurance k nowI S they are leaders mthls1ine rvM + i+++ utf+ + + + f I SPOUT SPR1Ndt- Decoration day will be ob ujved May CO at this place Elder George W Molntpsl filled the stand at the Baptisl church both Saturday and Sun day Mrs George Gravett who mov ed with her husband from this place t8 Normal Illinois sev oral weeks ago has been serious ly ill but is now some better McKinney Barnett will soot cut out tieir timber job at this place and will then move thei saw mill to Galloways Creel where they will have a two years run sawing for Geo W McIntosh Elder J Dallas Simmins was stricken with appoplexy at his home in West Virginia last week and died Tuesday Elder Sim mons preached at the Baptist church here in 1881 and 1884 and is well remembered by many of our people r Kimbrell Johnson Harris of Fox is here this week visiting his old home Misses Carre and Ruth Olem of College Hill are visiting rela tives here this week Samuel Woods and wife of near Clay City visited 0 M Woods last Sunday r Mrs D F Bhi1 ton is visiting her father John Groves and fam ily this week at Irvine T E Tipton bought of John son Harris of Fox one yoke of nice work cattle for 140 00 Rev JR Howes of Barbours ville is holding a few days meet ing herethswe k and holding Quarterly meeting David Snowden of Clay City and Aquilla Snowden of P VauglinyMillv attended preach ing here last Sunday Mrs Henry Burton and son Everett of Blopmfngdale were here last Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrsairis bjother2 John Harris of this place SlooyRow6rd slbot The readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least tone dreaded disease ihat science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is 1keq internallyect ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfnces of the system thereby destroying the foundaton of the disease and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assistingnature in doing Its work The proprietors have so touch faith Jn its curative owers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of test imonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold fajTHiFDruggists 75b7 fTp HallVamilj Pills furcon t stlpation4reo L Whfitiwekav6beenrmakei tTUB what we noware Residence for Sale 1 I offer my residence in Clay City for slilg g ther with heAll joining lots and youngorcharJ tn etc This houseJjfci Bo good rooms conveniently arranged Nice yardand all netiel3saryout buUdlngi v for a comfortable Home For par tioulara call at Clay Cit rHot lbr address J WChaflln Clay City Ky I f r THE TIMES J PDBLTSnED EVERY THDUSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per ear in ad yattejtlierwise S Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday May 9 1007 CLUB RATESIi For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 4t Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 t Home and Farm 75 We are authorized to announce Giutf Evtx cridiclato for County Court CV I sibjecc to the action of the Dem ocrhlc ary Xenr O F Rogers was in Jackson Monday and in Clay City Tues day on business Mrs Elizabeth Powell one of Powell countys oldest people visited her daughter Mrs J A Rogers Sunday A largo crowd of young folks attended preaching at Chop Chestnut Sunday to hear Elders Roberts and Profit O F Rogers our nerd mer chant has just received his now Spring goods and has prices on them that is making them hum Virden People arc very busy now a days planting corn Ye scribe was at Stanton Saturday on business John McPherson bought a hog from Dillard Potts for 7 00 Misses Lillie and Mary Ware have bought them a new organ p Miss Carrie Patton visited Misses Mae and arali Olemons Sunday Miss Katie Baker of Lexington vfsltedrelatives here Satur day and Sunday Willie Curtis was at Pine Ridge IIuncleHerman erman and Tom OgdejiJTAefArgyle were call ing on lady friends here Sunday John McPherson and uncle Bob Richardson were at Clay1 City Saturday having their pension papers fixed Elder Turpin will preach at W O Evermans the second Sunday in this month at half past two oclock What about that big smile on MrtGeorge Evermans face Oh ilaUiat big 12 r ouiid girl that arrived attheir home April 28 S B pserman and wife of West Bendand Mrs 1 d Our tis were the= ntgueBt8 of G WtEVer lau ftpd r ortlday J3 A Rbb ithaJ Bought the nlBSroti tiro JOinHud ti place 1ib issanatigr q lumber andraUrqa ios iffV Roberts ism hustler inthe timber bui ness John Lewis bf Waltersville lias gpne to farming on his farm that he bought last winter and wilUmdtf soon We like to have good men in our midst cap come onJobnI r ldX T furpin was 1 this neighborhood a few days ago tak J S ing orr ers fo tombstonesand nionilfnetns John McPherson ordered three sets to be delivered for Decoration day two sets will go to the Hogg Greek graveyard and one will be put up at the Virden grave yard THE INDUSTRIOUS HEN Is the leading poultry Journal of the ScJtli published at Knoxville Tennessee in the hotbed ofpoul I jflona It is a handsont 9X12 niag n 5 ie of 50 to 80 pages printed in colors and the best that comes to our Ube Its corps of writers are IOvpiijhly trained and practical men hd women and its one dozen and more departments are eachi pre sided over by on expert in his line It publishes 1reorlginal poultry news bejutifujly illustrated thar the inajorty of poultry jdorngls- besides its many pages of depart llirkeYtWaterFowls Dogs Pet Stock Nut Culture Vet BoysAnyworth subscription price 5001 Send yonv subscription in today and ass for special subscription cam pain curcular giving instructions bow to make from 88lo 820 a week Do it1 now I SALLA I IlOID A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guaranteo thatt1ls prepar ation will clean the scalp ofall Dandruff All rod ask la that you who arc affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try it Il Is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir able the Hair healthy abundant and beautiful Fort SALE BY DaccOtrrs 8ALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich If your drapirUt does not rave it send one dollar direct to WI and we will acid you a bottltf prepaid If oult11lel we will end you free a trial JlSaITCIthIchpeedl1r RHEUMATISM bratstomachBhewnatlocompllcstions audgr o iha from one ortg- inal malad that U Disease such aa Inflammation of the Bladder Congestion of the Kidneys Pain or ding bonatloni a and Urlghts Disease = all the afiove are interwoven with Rheum lIumbaBOjTYaIlOOIllit fox of JUTINETASSmEETO the first Inquiry In ion vlcinltyi dayUwin tend you without coot by niaU JfiJlJCi- iTKBATSJJKXT jnt 9 rLf you paldr IWi If relief send af once we take clAWritHARRIS HED1CIK CO Q rif = P e L f4 e MiltOURTNEYl iPrcsideat f 11 t 1fwi tJl1rr I 11r rs J i 1 i Ji WWil iirI I Fine Millinery Dress Goods v fI I Notions Clothing and Etc 11 Will carry in this space her SpringMj nouncement of aComplete line ofElegant New Goods The usual combination of Good Quality Good Styles and Correct Prices wil prevail J 4 CLA CITY KENTUCKY the Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit 1 Are Made Whom You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Floi Take No Other Every Sck Guaranteed t i MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY I Sold by our Heading Merctiffhte oft 4 ftrtLAR RAZORto buy some kind qf a razorfora dpllatbqt you wonder if its I Iltiseasy o get a German groundrazor of the estrazorswl I C a guarantee one that give your clean at thiaprice1 thatis what we You run no in buying a jDfid 3 Razor itiajjacjsedjbv ourinfmeand guarjntee and it changeable at any 1 not c ory have a reputation- on our Mzors this i the best do razor made ud isequ toythose usually offered atzoo Sen jrpaid on receipt ofone aqltarl cr and 1Ie1IQtneoFyoureutlery dealer I RAY DUDtKV H ttDWARR 00 = Nhvl1le T MHil 0 r Hot I0U + J+ t1- 11 CAPIAL Y 150 000 1i1 1 SURPLUS 7000 f t tfif 1 i i 4r CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK0 f 11 OLAY01IYt Ifj C t D oH fh I l1li w t CHAS SCOTTi 111 Vice Pr sidtDt f JI ACTS ate JEPOSlTOnY OFFERS ALL MODE DN FACILITIES TO 1NDIVXDUA1J8 AND T t CORPORATIONS DKSIHINQ SAFE BASnKINerbbNNEOTIOMB I d Jt y t rl 3 AijWHITTCashrelu 1 r+ r r 4 V iIf ii i + Ut utUtii + c Y c i i a r r illEf TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER L THURSDAY MAY 9 1907 1 LOOAL BREVITIES Saturday was pension day anlJ Squire Potts was kept busy allay I ti i f 0 Portwood has moved from his city to his fathers farm 011 Hog creek Miss Inon Oox of Panola Madison county is the guest of Mrs A 0 Barnes 1 i i Mrs Jj W Murphy of Iu xjiauapolls is visiting her moth er Mrs Durrett White T E EJastln of Indian Fields i was here Monday getting some Jqpairs forchis saw mill V A 0 Barnes visited relatives end friends in Estill and Madl eon Ebtnties last week Ni Mcintosh has pur abased the Dr R BOombs property jn Mechanicsville k I George W Lyle Jr the Fur transactingiJMr and Mrs Jas B Hall t vof Lexington are visiting the I tatters aunt Mrs Jennie Rus I aell I Cashier A T Whitt visited WhittII week t The Democrats of Clark boon I ty will hold a primary election July 20 to select candidate fort Representative t The Rev Wilson Sr of Mil lersbu rg was here Saturday and Sunday the gHest of Pastor R B Wilson his son 1 0 F Rogers Merchant and timber man of Xena was in the city Monday and Tuesday hav ing some dental work done i t iO 0 Eaton and family have teftiporarily located in Owsley county where Mr Eaton ip man in an expensive timber job Dpi W O Mcintire dentist ofOhVlisle is here doing sqrqie occasionallylanding valstWe hada rain Monday and as aconsequence the ground has since been to wet to stir ajbd there has been a tide in the riverSome of the garden truck planted six weeks ugd in March is now beginning to come up but most of it rotted intbe groundiK3TE McOlure who Chas befen located at Norfolk Va as head bookkeeper for a leading firm oZ that city is visiting old friends Jthe city r W Ei Hefliny B B Fos J D Tymanand Meridith Fqs all of Ruckerville Clark county t wereinthe city yesterday on business Dont Pay Alimony to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it i you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New LifeJPills Their appendixucomplaint Guaranteed by Swan Day Lumber Cos store 25o Try them j r T10 J UIp C JfAnd realize the fact that tam hereto eipyoi s f is as well as myself Whyto thedame of common sense should you keepon encouraging iT highs I price store when I am offering you the same goods and really muchif jeshert ata saving pf 1 from 10 to 50 cents otfthc dollar Somemeasly competitors will tell yoUTill kinds of stories a bout shoddy goods short weights and etc but il come and judge for yourself by giving me a lair trial Dont knock and tell others if we make a mistake but tell me and lnvillfgiadiyrtJon5yr It part to correct same and thank you besides Don It forget the fact that berorel opohed my grocery and out the pricesyou got only If pounds of sugar or 1 66j and ojher goods in r r Jt proportion So if youjpre pow able to get a Htr s tie more atother stores tb n formerly its be O I cauetfl madeit so Th Ve oreyou sjiould givp credit to whom it belonnd hjjwyqur appro y elation by trading wittCme T 1 atI t 1 f r- f 1 J r i f 1 GEO YWfANDERSON J JR t Originator of Low Pnces I t rt t mAtA IDtnw i r AA w fU t y Vc 4iy i f 1Iljf j cr t tt r The city school will close Thursday May 23 Opmrnence mend exercises on the nights of the 22 and 23 Tull program next week j J P Mauppin returned Tues day from Oampton where he had been a few days visiting his son Armour Mauppin who is located there in bnsinessI The Mt Sterling council has passed an ordinance imposing a fine of not less than 2 nor e- than 6 on any person who shill spit or expectorate on any of the pavements or crossings in that town Spittoons cuspadores or the middle of the streets can on ly be used for such a purpose A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant oZ Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a Jim son bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted ttf amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound It 2oc t SwannDay Lumber Cos store Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared todo all kinds of dress makingand sewing Located in the RedRiv lHoteIf j The widow of Dr Braehear who was killed by a 0 R 0 train at the Levee crossing near Mt Sterling last summer wrs last week awarded damages foi 00fWonder ul Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema fov five years writes Ni A Adams Henrietta PaTwo of our home doctors said the case was hopeless Ms lungs being affeuted We tben employedother doctors but no benefit resulted TJjr chance we real about Electric Bitters ilioill a- boe radsoon noiseif rirvov ment We conlinned thh Jiedcire until severe bottles wee used when our boy way completer ciucd Dost of all blood nicdictpcs red blood building health tonics Gnr antced at SwannDay Lumber Cos store uOc r The deepest8ympathy mancau show to man is to help him do hi slJ m 4iado East Friend LeMyBjajtoniiVhoHvje on- Ural outel Fort Edward NY- safeI fur Kin NeY2JIiscovery w is mYr est earthly frjend It lured tueolasthniaQixyearssoo Tthaa also preformed A wonderful cute or incipient cctngujujjiigji for my sons wife The fret bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplish ed the other symptoms feft one by ine until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Piscovprys power over tJoughs and Cblds l8 simply marvelous No other Wfiiedy has Aver equaled it Fully guaranteed by Swann Day Limber Co setore 60o and 1O0 Trial bottle free New Watchmaker Jp Mauppin Yalohand Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all works and satisfaction guaranteedw TnEfyinchestei Bank INOORPOB lED N H WmiERSPOoN Pies GapitaI StocR20QOOQif I Surphs20UJ0 4 JiW lsblicit the accounts of indtvid gals firms and corporations 1148 J r i I Its to ik1- Interest i- I r i flA i r drospend your money where it goes the farthest placeIOut stogy is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc v Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods a IVewill appreciate your trade and take n exchange t goods all kinds of Country Prod ceat Highest market price f Will pay you CASH for Railroad I Ties afld all kinds of timber which you may have 11 Dont forget the place IAOI BARNETT Vic SON CLAY CITY KY f We are Now ReadyF- or the Spring Trade 1 With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchardise conskthg of most everything the Family may need 1 1 Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and I children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete 1 with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender fet shoes forbaby children 1 1 end shoes for every body at prices to suit OllI1 i I 4 What is said ofour Shoe Department may be said of I Every Other Department in the Store I You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will 1 take pleasure in showing you and trive to please you 1 SwannDay Lumber Coi Clay City Ky I rWU1IEIOJEWITI EASE ALL PARTICLES OFl 111aiiS 1 I13rT DIRT AN- DCREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Punters Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men I Atrlalwm onvlt eyoq there isnoothersoap like u Z ktzes 5 and b c- Manutstotured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Purling on Iowa I HAYES HoneyIt COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Take no other- A STRONG TESTIMONIAL tam B8 rears old I hate suffered with a cough for forty I have used nearly every cough remedy on the hue never used a cough pymp that benefittal me BO much aa Hates HBAIINO HONEY It Is truly a grand medicine AlBa W N LEVAN Paducah Ky yourdruggist EHOFFNER HAYES CO Ino Paduoah Kentucky StockProfits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep them well BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine Is a pure natural actsIr and bowels It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constipation Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the com mon stock diseases It Is a perfect medldne for general farm use Try It Price 25c for a largecan at all druggists and dealers The BlueGrass Nurseries IBXUfOTOK KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small FruitsWe have no Agents Strawber rv and General Catalogues on ap H F Hil eivnvByer Sons Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in sr quanti ty Will sell to dealer or coCrat Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City o1 ell at the kilns 020 Lithe 65 cent per barrel at the- nk or 75 cents deHveeI in Clfy City i PROFESSIONAL CARDS r rwwwwvw nNMUtiwwwwwwuwrnwrw R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAYOITY KY B LlTTLEPAQEMD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITV KY i J B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURQEONr L i CLAY CITY KY J ii ILFv u DALVAY Chestnut horse 6 by the Common- ererlne dam and second Leviusa by Tutus am Llera by Fonsoliiid dam Acidcnt by Canada TIred and raced by Talbot r os Paris Ky and sold aa a three yearold toH lichenor of Chicago Dalvays only start as a 2yrold was rt Washln ton Park track Chicago on July 14 1003 when he ran unplaced in nurse race won by Blumenthal with second and Maitius third As a 8yroldhoweyerhe was well nigh invincible being money each of his starts with a single break where he finshed second Dalvay won eight straight races beating the best tones at the Chicago track The fob owing is his record for the year 1001 June 29 HawthornePurse three yearold 6 furlongsPeter J Some Dalvay 114 Singin Masterti4 third Fourteen Starters Time 11525 85 4 HawthornePursethreopr- olds one mileAnanias 109 won Dal vay 102 second Miss Crawfordl04thrc Seven starters Time 1 41 35 75 July 16 HarlemPurse three yrolds and upward 7 furlongsDalvay 8 93 non Dont Ask Me 5 111 Comrade 13 98 third Ten starters Time 127 35 485 July 21 HawthornePurse 3yroldf furlongs Dalvay 112 won Maj T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Six starters Time 128 85 500 July 24 HawthornePurse three yri i r i olds and upward one 01 Lion Foncasta WI89seeond Greg or K 4J 99 third Time 141 400 Aug 4 HarlemPurse threeyear and upward 1116 miles Dal vay 3 Kfci won Jake 4 108 second Fonso IPU 5 107 third Five starters Time 14783 400 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three vcarolds 1 mileEmp of India 1021won vlvey 105 second Foncasta Seven starters Time 14375 dollars threefearoJwon The Lady aged 104 second Pe ter Paul 3J 93 third Six starters Time 14085 Five hundred dollars Aug 81 HarlemPurse threeyear old and 70 yards Dalvay Uywardlllilelnd 3 66 sec ond Celebration 4 00 thin Six start OLe T nie142 86 500 dollars Sept 9 Harlem Puse threeyear oYi and upward 1 mile Dalvay 8J 100 won WainpU101I1en599second Greg or K 4 102 thhd Five starters Lime139 500 dollars Sept 15 Hawthoine Parse three yetrolds and upvn d 1 mile and 70 ya ds Dslvay 3 97 run Port Royal 5 112 seconu Feli oLiga 8 97 third Four tartersllme 14535500dollars Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr oMs 11II1eJudge 105won Dalvay 110 I seconte Toledo 105 third ree start ers Ti 1 14275 Collrrs Oct22 KnnsasCoyTte FostorTvo rhy IlRiuIcap lvoytr ol antu wnrd 1 milrDalvay 8 112 won Otto Stifel 3 107EecondMcGee4i fiIrd Six Btaries Time 1 E9i 4140 Oct 25 Kansus Cliy Hanuicap all ages 5 V Jc urclitCCe 4 117 won j Otto t3telfel 8111 beconb Dalvay 118 third Seven starters 2imo1l23a 25 dollars Oct 29 Kansas City Puiae three earold Iud aunwawl one mile Dalvry 3 103 won HnrborEJ91second Fo ester 8 91 third Four starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced His winning races follow acesG2Hurst 3 94 second 3 third Eight starters Time 163525- Feb I Los AngelesPu18e allaes 6 r lugsDalvcy4114wonTanL 1105 second Ora tilled Four starters Time 113 825 Last year Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Beach July 26 he finished good fourth after having been pactical at the post and Aug 18 rot Saratoga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his race at Dalvay ran a mile in l39defeating a numberof the fastest horses in the West Ho won pulled up by two lengths and could un I questionably have made better time ill necessary In all Dalvay won twelve races was four times sec ond once third and four times unplac ed His winning totaled 0290 This most excellent horse will make the season of 1007 at the stable of Thos Corilee one mile west of Stanton at the ow service fee of 10 00 This is an excellent opportunity for owellcounty farmers to get the serv ice of a thoroughbred horse There is no better in the State Grist Mill for Sale Complete corn meal outfit con bie tg of one 18 In French Burr Grist Mill Corp and pobCrushcr Bolter Corn Sheller and necessiiy belting shafting pulleys c H boraepower Gasoline gineAll in fljot working older Will bell cheap For particulars apply nHhis office I 1011 I f lrsLul Campbell 3ie very sict again Mrs HmtORear isver sick at Mrs Mary Adams of Camargo Marydthe 2nd Mrs Mary B McCormick is visiting her mother Mrs Davis who is in very bad health iMIS G B Martin and little FlidayIWe are proud to say Mr Laken Martin is getting along very well and some hopes of his recovery Miss Mary E Willoughby and K Willoughby spent Saturday night with Tom and Maud Martin Miss Mildred Smith gave a singing Thursday night and had a nice crowd and all had a good timeIwas at sonville Saturday and Sunday and Miss Ole O Hackney was baptized Sunday May tag 5UII G B Martin and wife had a birthday dinner May the 5th There was 25 in all took dinner and seemed to enjoy themselves very much There was preaching at Oamp Branch Saturday night and Snn day There was a large crowd and good attention W W Stevenson wife and daughter at tended from Howards Mill and Mat Townsend and wife from near Side View Mr Olnado Townsend of this neighborhood and Miss Sarah Garson of Oampton were unit ed in marriage May 1st and returned to the Kropinshome where they had D nice supper and a number of hid friends to meet Hm and his loviiicr wife ot the general farm sews or i to Safe lid Ut advice tint they U to trtry tarots ud rage dS Tb cont tnii article by men who t and nee stock eoadtUon la j en farmer aDd Taler ot UTe stock C i sdlted much OMfol e the m ot cooking and kMplac k Doss pee SECTION In this The way of tile transgressor is a wellbeaten For Sale Sow and four pigs and two Mrs Jane West Bend Ky AH that the HM for ItflErtinil grpuez- AIsolgtelf Erin Iiredlants Cures Burns Bolls Cuts Sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns I from rusty nails or other causes Bites I from poisonous animals or insects and I all Wounds and Skin IIAT MAIL OR on funs 251 pr ItLI 60 YEARV- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS Ac Anyone lending akcteli arid mu- pnleklyucerteln09 r opinion an tloniitrjctlrconfldtntui UNDBBCBaonPatenta sent free dartagency tot Patents taken through Mann Co recelr tpteiat notice without charge In the aluetrated weekly wriest drenlatlon or an sclentlDo journaL Term 13 a year I turmonthek eo dbyall newidealcrs MUNNt CO38IBroadn r Branch race d 5 T at D U I WILL WE THIS l CTUREL II1Te IRIEEtoea poo1 r3adihtalnad bo tuiran UiU KlmtlMBit tb or sheet will 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