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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f V V i THECLAY CITY TIMESt 50 Cents a Year In Advance 0 We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J EBurgherFublisnerr VoIJ XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MAY 16 J907 NO 20 e a Reduction of- r j Prices I I In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Ooods I will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction Including ShoesDress Goods HosieryMens Boys Hats Trunks Suit Casesq FlourSugar i CoffeeDishes All Kinds of Best Canned Ooods 2 and other goods too numerous to mention Come and see the goods and I will make the prices right Sr I J B EATON f We Blinds Yarandas Stairways Shingles fronts tA Council MeetsTeachers Selected At the meeting of the City nighthewas gone through with and oche- business brought u and discussed Prof 0 W Campbell was re elected principal of the city school Prof Tracy first assist ant teacher and Mrs Patti Ware was elected second assist ant teacher Must Serve His Term Frank Ball under sentence of life imprisonment iu the tackBolenserve his life term the Court of Appeals haying affirmed the judg B1llvasond man being in Virgin ia when a posse was trying to effect his capture after he hud jailBolenbarber and formerly followed his trade in this city He married a Miss Boone of this county A big line of new and uptodate Post Cards at the Drug Store were the first ones to introduce these cards here As Time Passes It brings MoneySaving Oppor tunities Of course there are some who have put off buying something they reallyneed If it happens to be an Overcoat LadesClonk J or anything in Millinery it is only better for you Yocan save big mqney on these articles by coining to my Store for them They have been marked down to COSTas we in tend to close them all out before Spring Our stock of other goods is up to the andardI and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs4M- JMlwiMNhWWWW4WNhWNWUWWw YWAWNNWWMuNhNNNYMUVhMWW t SHIMFESSELSDepartment 1 J I- oi w RGblAN 6 1PG Co- WJncheser Ky Maijufacture SaahFlooringd9011l Weatherboarding Picketstand Etc store t propositions killed They r Ware Headquarters for Building Paper Ia H I 1 I Felt Roofing F Rpofiing and Etc anr SrJ Send us Your eina v t Prompt Shipments t r r HOME PROSPERITY IThe Dawning of a Better Day for Both Merchant and Farmer buyingpand elsewhere The press general ly has advocated buying at home This is Tight and proper for all who have the welfare of their com munity at heart The local merchant pays his tax es into the county treasury while not a cent of the mailorder house money goes into any fund from which you may derive any benefit These mai order concerns cut a bigsplurge with their thousand page catalogues and in many in stances claim that they sell direct from the manufacturer to consum er making many of these ship ments from their own factories As a matter of fact we very much doubt whether there is one of them that owns the half of what they claim and to this extent it is noth ing but a plain case of humbugging the people Tho price of any article with freight charges added are in a ma jority of cases equal to if not mO e- than if bought at home Had the buyer gone to his local merchant he would have obtained what he wantedand had the satisfaction of patronizing home industry and held a warm friend instead of re taininga doubtful one By buying of the home dealer you are increasing thq prosperity of the community in general Jus all are benefitted The dealer does a better business is in a position to buy his stock at lower prices and to sell still cheaper to you He ad vertises more extensively in the lo cal papers and places the paper in a position to rive you better ser viceIt is true that merchants do not always treat their farm customers right They sometimes try to beat bybuyingthipgs that can just as well be produced at home and it is no worse for the farmer to send off after goods than it is for the merchant to do it The merchant in thathisprosperity of the farmer and thatwhatever lost to home manufacturers In fact all classes of people in every community should realize is better to cooperate to otherthelines is the man who must pros prosper primarily before anybody else can prosper Then the less the pay for the expense of ex change the more there is for the producersIncreased wealth means great er revenue from taxes and the burden thereof lightened Increased revenue brings much needed improvements good roads and bridges and better ed ueational facilities These things are the demands of the day and whoever buys from mailorder houses is a block to the wheels of home improvements To Open Streets 1 There is considerable agitation in Clay City to have at number ofj streets that are now fenced up opened and it looks as if hough the matter will bo taken C Hld8 gsilrveyemarkedouton the plnt they reap way out to a limit far from even the present Clay City These streets were given to the city Of course more than halfI of them were of no value to the city they were not used nor located As the town lots de preciated in value they have a number of them been bought up by different citizens who have fenced certain portions of these unused streets and are devoting them together with the adjoining lots purchased to private farm ing purposes and a great deal of such fencing has been done this Spring This meets with deter mined remonstration in Mechan icsville and several citizens in that end of the city demand the streets in their section be open ed at once and if it is not done and action will be taken to force them open by a ruling of court Judge M A Phillips has been employed as counsel for those who are demanding the opening of the streets Suit will be brought in time for trial at the June term of Circuit court it is asserted if they are not sooner opened While loading a car of boxes I from the box factory Tuesday Bennie Moore was badly injured and had one rib broken An empty car was kicked back by a switching engine when it struck the car being loaded A number of boxes were thrown upon Moore with above results Closing Exercises The closing exercises of the Clay City Graded School will be held during the evenings of the 21 and 22 nights of May 1007 The first night willbe held in honor of the school and the sec ond night in honor of the gratu ating class On the evening of the 21 there will be an admission of 15 cents for adults and 10 cents for chil dren All children who are par ticipating in the exercises or who have punctual in attendance admitted free The funds thus secured will be donated to de fray all necessary expense and the remainder will be set apart for the benefit of the Christian ChurchAll cordially invited to at tend 0 W CAMPBELL Prin House and Lot For Sale I offer toy heuse and lot in Cloy 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 For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at the new grocery 5 and 15 cents j We have on Display AN UPTODATE LINE OF jI New Stylish Hats NowReady for your inspection In our Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of Linen Waisting and Suiting Chifonette Persian Lawn India Linon NainsookE Dimity Etc Pocketbooks Belts Combs 1 Collars and Cuffs Violet Talcum Powder I i Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection I r Mrs W N Bush i h 11 INSURE WITH- y l= A LYON SONI The Leading Infeurnnoo Agents I of Eastern Kontuolcy Over 200000000 Represented knowiEvery one who knows anything about insurance are leaders in this line + + + + + + x I f Kimbrell D F Blanton sold to Dillard Stephens 5 head of twoyearold heifers at 18 per head Samuel Embs visited his unclet IJewton Abney near Kiddvillo t Saturday and Sunday W E Heflin bought of Qeo W Mclntosh and others 44 head of hogs at 6 cents per pound Harlin Winburn bought of D F Blanton a fouryearold sad dle and harness horse for 100 00 Robert McIntosh and sister Miss Lula and Mr and Mrs W G Patrick nttendid church at Liberty last Sunday There will be preaching at Jacksons Chapel next Saturday night and Sunday morning by the pastor Rev R B Wilson Robert Orow and sister Miss Kansas of Lillys Ferry are vis iting their sister and brothers at Ruthton Madison county this weekF R Elkin will in a few days go to Cottage Furnace where he has employment with Mr Mapel who recently purchased that propertyOwen Patrick returned home last Saturday from a few days visitto relatives at Log Lick He was accompanied by his cousin Francis Cottman who spent Sat urday and Sunday here Money in Poultry The farmers of the country are awakening to the fact that there is profit in a well kept flock ofI fowls They are learning that there is more real profit in poultry pnd eggs than anything else they can produce on the farm and as theyJfowls than in former years Corn fortable houses are now provided where a few years ago the fowls were compelled to roost wherever they could find a placein the barn granary the wagon shedor in the trees Give hern chance and the little hen will do more toward raising tho farm mortgages of the country than arty other livestock on the farm She is doing it right along Sloo Reward 100jThe readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh halts Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a co- nSstitutipnal treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the paj tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature inI doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list oftest imonials Address FJ CHENEY k C 011oledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 7Bov Take Ialla FamilyTills for con stipation Residence for Sale I offer my residence Hin Clay City fur Bale together with tlietad joining lots and youngorohard and eta This house has several 4 good rooms conveniently arranged Nicq yard andallnecessary out buildings for a comfortable home For park ticulars call at Clay City Hotel or address J W Chaflin y Cloy City Ky a THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TnOKSDAY J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai ivance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter I Thursday May 16 1907 CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papersat prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 10011 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 r Louisville Commercial 75 a Home and Farm 75 Wo arc authorized to announce OIIAS EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the Dem ocratic party l- Commencement Exercises Clay City Oracled School May ai and 22 MAY 21 780 P 3i Chorus Greetings Recicitation TeachersGeorge Fletcher PlayOhicktny CrowSchool DramaMaidens all Forlor- nDialogueLittio Housekeepers IantomineNearer My God to Thee DialogueUnjust Suspicion Play The Sick Doll Drama The Sweet Family MAY 22 780 P M InvocationRev R A Irvin Song of Welcome Graduates Essay EducationKate White Salutatory Lydia Westcott Essay Power OHio Hoskins Graduation Speech- Presentation of DiplomasProf 0 W Campbel- lValedictoryHenrietta Tipton Farewell Song by the Graduates BenedictionRev R B Wilson Awake Brother Farmer In this land of the free and the home of the brave one percent of the people own 05 percent of the wealth and this one per cent also pwns nearly all the national wealth such as mines forests water power etc and are able to tax the rest of us whatever they see fit They also set the price on all the farmers produce They make or cause to be made all the laws for they owuaud control congress and our legislatures They pass appropriations for building war ships that we Anal need and dont want Nearly half a billion dollars is taken from the producers every year for war purposes in times of peace And the producers must pay for it all because the other fellows have nothing to pay with until they tax the producers in some way to get it While one percent of the people own 05 percent of the wealth they do not owe one hundredth part of thoin- debtedness Allthe debts of the State county township school district and precinctare and will lie paid by the producers of wealth for the other follows have nothing to pay with until they get it of the producqrs saying nothing of the municipal debts nolntentianingtpritiate indebted eslnor the indebtedness of corporations all of which must e vontually be ipaid by the pro ducore and before they are paid billions of dollars pf interest mustbotpkonfromihe pockets of tho producers In view of these facts floes it not seem rath er necessary for the farmers to get together and put up the price m w- tiofthestuff the produco They should unite and unite at once under the banner of the American Society of Equity and thus be enabled to right the wrongs they have suffered so long THE INDUSTRIOUS HEN Isthe leading poultry journal of the South published at Knoxville Tennessee in the hot bed of poul trydom It is a handsom 0x12 mag azine of 50 to 80 pages printed in colors and the best that comes to our table Its corps of writers are thoroughly trained and practical men and women and its one dozen and more departments are each pre sided over by an expert in his line It publishes more original poultry news beautifully illustrated than the majority of poultry journals besides its many pages of depart ments as follows Turkey Water- Fowls Pigeons Angora Goats Bees Dogs Ptt Stock Nut Culture Veterinary Dairy Legal and Boys Any one of these departments is worth the subscription price SOcs Send your subscription in todayand ask for special subscription cam paign curcular giving instructions how to make from 88 to 820 a week Do it now SAlLAS 18a now Cure i A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee thatthisprcpar ation will clean the scalp of all Dandruff AH we ask Is that you who are affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try fa- It is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir r stronghealthyabundanand FOR SALE BYORUGGISTS SALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock MIh I If druggist does not hue It lend one dollar direct to ua and we will send you a bottle prepaid If you roCer we vV cud yon Ireo a trial SainIwhlchRr3EU jAT r without d t1t3iIC the heart or stomach Rheumatic Ctuipi J it every lilnd wo compUcaticni and rrntrlii from one orlg inal malady ttiit is KKucy IXteiuse such as IotlammUon 1 the nmd tJouJresUon ott UltlOD1Dackachtall the above are Inlcrwotea with Rheum Btlsm In1 various ra rcch m Gout Lum bago Neuralgia sad Biifatlca i Try aaNJfd flax of JVST3KZ TABS FREETo the first inquiry lii you vicinity By this we do not aieaii two cr three days IIfgiftWriteHfiRHiS EDIOHIE CO I Corning lows tII COURTNEY President I 1Ijd J W Williams 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 wil prevail CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White e Cake 7r The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit il Arc Matlo vhon You Urge a Pearl and Bakers Pride Flotdr 4- Tak No Other Every Sack Guaranteed t MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants It ia to buy sonic kindof a razcr fora dollar but you wonder ifit is- possiLleto pyet a genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel with a positive guarantee onetliatwill give you a clean smooth shave at this prjce that is what we offer You run no risk in buying a Dud leys Dollar Razor it is backed byour name and guarantee and it is ex changeable any time if notsatisfactory Wehave made a reputation Ii on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made and is equal to jthose usually offered at 200 Sent postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and thenameofyour ciitlerv dealer OKAY DUDUEV HARDWARE COOr Nashville Tenn 4 10++ 1+ +++ I OO I44 + E+3 + ++414 + + it HH +++ H lf +H+++++++ rt CAPSLTAL 5OOOO TOOO i rL el t 1 1 r j if 1 CLAY CITY NATIONAThBANK r iOLAYCITY ICY 11 DUDLEYS DOLLARJ RAZORF SURPLUS tjCIIAS SCOTT I j i Vic Pr sident + a ACTS AS DHPpSnOnYAND U OFFERS ALT MODERN FAOTMTIISS TO INDIVIDtlALS AI I it it ROEATlbNS DESIRING SAITa BANKING OONNEOTIOMS 1 1 J A tWX C as erC J f Ni t 1 K + +++++oH ++ + + W WW+++++++++ i+HC +E ++++ + ++ i fo r Iirr t r i j tJtJNu f THE TIMES d AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY MAX 10 1907 tOOAJIBREVITIES J M Daniel of Winchester was in the city Tuesday M H Courtney of Winches tor vas in the city yesterday F G Powell of Xena was in the city Saturday on a business mission J F Cox President the Bowl ins Green National Bank is in the city W O Mize of Hazel Green came down Friday to visit his son Oarl Mize Miss Geneva Adams is Visiting I her sister Mrs 0 B Dickson at Jackson this week Win Wyatt and wife of Ca uwrgo were in the city Tuesday transnctingHbusiness Dr Littlepnge is at Lexing ton and Frankfort combining business and pleasure J I Jenkins and wife of Har Todsburg tire visiting their son J G Jenkins of this city Wintor now seems to be bro ken and the farmers are bijsy getting in their corn crops Dr W O McIntire will be at A E Barnett Sons store from June 3rd to 8ht inclusive to practice den tistry A reported mad dog was killed in the city Monday morning but it is not known that the dogjbit anything while affected with rabies James Douglas arid little girl Miss Pearlie of Plum visited the family of Wm Mountz Sr Sunday 0 0 Eaton and family left Monday for their summer so journ in Owsloy where Mr Ea ton has charge of a large stave business T L Coulee who lost two valuable cows last week afterlthey were bitten by a mad dog lost also later a valuable horse one that was worth 150 00 Mrs Maggie Wills of Rucker ville this week visited her moth er Mrs Lou Groves who her self has just returned from an extended visit to her son Ohas Groves at Algood Tenn George Horron has had two severe hemorrhages of the atom I ach the past week and for a time the end was thought to be near He rallied and is now much better and still improving nicely The first of the monthly teach ers examinations during the year begin at Stanton Friday and Saturday for white teachers and for colored teachers one week later Prof Campbell of this city and Mrs Sylvia Rus sel of Stanton has been retain ed as examiners by Supt R A Irvin Dont Pay Alimony to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if I you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c Try them I Wake Up Wake UpII t And realize the fact that am here to help you as well as myself Why in the name of common sense should you keep on encouraging a high price store when 1 am offering you the same goods and really much fresher at a saving of from 10 to 50 cents on the dollar Some measly competitors will toll you all kinds of stories a bout shoddy goods short weights and etc but come and judge for yourself by giving me a fair trial Dont knock and tell others if we make a mistake but tell me and I will gladly do my part to correct same and thank you besides Dont forget the fact that berore I openedmy grocery and cut the prices you got only 14 pounds of sugar for 1 00 and other goods in proportion So if you are now able to get a lit tie more at other stores than formerly its be cause I made it so Therefore you should give credit to whomit belongs and show your appre elation by trading with me JRJOriginator LLow Prices d J 1 I II Carl Mizo who has been in failing health for somo time will at once locate in the high and dry southwest where he hopes to recuperate We hope ho will soon recover and be able to return to Clay City where model young men are always welcome New Lawyer at Stanton R C Welch of Stanton Powell county was granted license here to practice law Tuesday He passed a very creditable examination and we opine for him a successful future He is a man of good appearance and pleasant nature He was for merly a Newspaper man at Stanton and made a large roll of the long green and took up the study of law and quit the newspaper business Campton Courier A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jim son bur into his thumb lie says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River hotel- Considerable rain fell yester day which will retard farm work still further Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employedother doctor but no ben efit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improvement We continued this medicine until sever bottles were used when our boy was Icompletely cured Best of all Wood medicines and blood building health tonics Guar anteed at SwaunDay Lumber Cos store 50c At Spottsville Ky the union coal miners have resolved not to purchase any farm produce ex cept from A S E farmers The obligation provides for a fine of 1 00 for every time the reso lution is violated My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also preformed a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplish ed the other symptoms feft one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber COB store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchester Bank rNOOBPOKATED N H WITHEBSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the aCcounts of individ gals firms and corporations 848 I 1 Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and 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 Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken exchange fot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place b AlEo BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to eall and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky I tWILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF 118ARiS 1 kGAU MME fQ1 I i OEGIO HAM r wii 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 I A trial will convlnceyouthere Is no other soap like It 2 sizes 5cand lbc Manufaotured blI0WASO P COMPANY Burlington Iowa I Ia HAYES Healing Honey It has no equal for curing COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and iWHOOPING COUGH othor A STRONO TESTIMONIAL I am f8 years old I have suffered with a rough for I have used nearly every cough remedy on the market I hate never used a cough py that benefitted me no much aa- IIATOS IlBAMNa HOSEY It U truly a grand medicine WES W N LEVAN Paducah Ky yourdruggistperfectly satisfiedS- HOFFNERHAYES CO Inc Paduonhi Kentucky HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you SIck flyer puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sBedfords BlackDraught for over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been the standby todayTher It acts gently on the liver and kidneys and does not Irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body in perfect health Price 25c at all druggists and dealersTest it The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small FruitsWe have no Agents Strawber ry aud General Catalogues on ap H F Hil ervmeyer Sons Black Creek Lime Works- R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in u quanti ty Will sell to dealer or coi i rat Lowest Prices Will deliver aa Clay City or soil at the kilns 020 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the k us or 75 cents delivered in Clay City PROFESSIONAL GAUDS NNNINN NrWNNNNM4NNJNr WNN1LUNdyNAN R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE MD PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLOT OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY DALVAY Chestnut horse 0 by tho Commoner son of Ilnnover and nrgerlno AI gerine dam Lovissa Brutus second dam Llcra by Fonsothird dam Acidenta by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Bros Paris Ky and sold as a three yearold to M H Tichenor of Chicago Dalvay only start as a 2yrold was at Washington Park track on 14 1003 when he ran unplaced in a withDungannonAs a was invincible being inside the money In each of his starts With a single break where he finished second Dalvay won eight straight races beating the best horses at the Chicago track The fol lowing is his record for the year 1901 June 29 Hawthorne Puree three yearold 6 furlongs Peter J Somers SingingMasterTime 11525 85 July 4 Hawthorne Pursethreeyr olds one mlleAnanlas 109 won vay second Miss Crawford 101 third Seven starters Time 14135 75 July 10 Harlem Purse threeyrolds and upward 7 turlongsDalvay3 03 won Dont Mo 5 111 second Comrade ra 08 third Ten starters Time 127 35 46 i July 21 Hawthorne Purse Syrolds 7 furlongs Dalvny 112 won MaJ T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Six starters Time1 28 35 500 July 24 HawthornePurse threeyr olds and upward one mile Dalvay 8 04 Foncasta 3 69 second Greg or K 4i 99 third Six starters Time 141 400 Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 110 milesDalvay3 102 won Jake 4 108 second Fonso luca 5 107 third Five starters Time 14735 400 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three l02iV0I1DalaySeven starters Time 143 75 Aug 29 Harlem Purse three ear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3- v 100 won The Lady aged 104 second Pe ter Paul 3 93 third Six starters Time 140 85 Five hundred dollars 31 Harlem Purse threeyear yardsDalvay4 09 starters Time 14235 500 dollars Sept 9 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Wainamoinen599 second Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 139 500 dollars Sept 15 HawthornePurse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3J97 won Port Royal 5 112 second Felipe Luga 8 07 third Four starters Time 1 45 35 SOOdollors Oct 5 Kansas City Purse three yr olds 1 mile Judge 105won Dalvay 110 seconde Toledo 105 third Three start ers Time 142 75 dollars Oct22 Kansas City The FosterTro phy Handicap two 3earoldand upward mlleDalny 8112 won Otto Stifel 8 107 second McGee 4 120 third Six starters Time 1 39Ji 4140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap ell ages 5 furlongs McUeo 4 117 won Otto Stcifel 8 111 second Dab ay 31 Seven starters Time 112k 25 collars Oct 20 Kansas CityPurse three y13Jster 3 91 third Fuur starters 140 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced Isis winning races follow Jan 10 Los Angeles Purse all ages 56 furlongsDalvay 4 103 won Tun Hurst 3 91 second Passadena 3 00 third Eight starters Time 1 6i t325 Feb 1 Los AngelesPurse all ages 6- furlongsDalvay4114wonTom1ayne 4 105 second Ora Viva 5 Four starters Time 1 13M 325 Last year Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Beach July 20 ho finished 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 bo noted thatin his race at Harlem Sept 9 1904 Dalvay ran a mile in 130 defeating a numberof 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 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 1907 at the stable of Thos Conleo one mile west of Stanton at tho low service fee of 10 00 This is an excellent opportunity for Powell county farmers to get time serv ice of thoroughbred horse There is no better in the State Grist Mill for Sale Complete corn meal outfit con sisting of one 18 in French Burr Grist Mill Corn and Cob Crusher Bolter Corn Sheller and necessary belting shafting pulleys cis c 14 horsepower Gasoline Engine All in first cease working order Will sell cheap For particulars apply at this office I The appreciation of services does not consist in what is done but in the state of heart with which it is done I Vaughns lull Born to Mrs Sudie Strange a girlGeorge Gravett lasts nice heifer Sunday Pete Wells went to Lexington Monday on business Mr Baber of Winchester was calling on lady friends here Sun dayBorn to the wife of Silas Charles on the 7th a seven pound boyBorn to Mr and Mrs 0 0 Daniel Tuesday the 7th a 11 Ib girlThere will be preaching at the Christian Church Sunday Hope to see a large crowd out Miss Nannie and Ed Bush who have been at Lexington for sometime have returned home Mr and Mrs Bill Strange vis ited Mrs Nannie Prior at Spout Spring Saturday night and Sun dayMrs Marinm Frazier and Mrs Agnes Wells and childred spent Sunday with G W Bush and wifeMiss Ida Frazier and Mr and Mrs Charlie Bush spent Satur day night and Sunday at Melvin GravettsJames Douglas and daughter Miss Pearl of Plum Lick are visiting friends and relatives at this place Rev Dr Breese will hold grayer meeting every Thursday and Sunday nights at the Vaugns Mill school house Mrs Newton Puckett of Jack son came down to visit her filth t of live lUTWi All of the farm sews of to this pnbllcttloa and the idrlee that they with the aim to benefit and aiilit the Ameri meet edited Faltb Cellar which to de edited and contain munch niefal knowledge on guy useful to the bouewlf er Henry Ware and other rela tives at this place For Sale- S w and four pigs and two guilts Mrs Jane Davis West Bend Ky C L CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER And Decorator in General CLAY CITY KY I lI Call and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper ISamples SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All tilt the I sane lipliis A Marvelous Remedy for all External Purposes Absolutely Frea from all- Poisonous Ingredients Cures Burns Boils Cuts Sores Sore I Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped 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