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Y r rr i 4 tofHtEl A1fII CITY TIMESr 11 ki 50 Cents a Year In Advance Wm here to help Clay City the SorroonJiog Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I IVQL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NAY 23 19074NO 21 4 o ftoo Jol po Reduction of4 4 i Prices 4 4 t 4 I 4 In order to reduce my stock v and makcjrobm for Spring Goods i I will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction Includlag Shoes 3oodsHosier t- S J Mensj Boys Hats Trunks SuitCases Flour 1 Sugar J Coffee f Dishes t t AI Kinds of Best Canned Goods t t fj and other goods too numerous a to mention 3 Come anti see the goods and V I will make the prices right 1 iJ B EATON ioooo u j We Waijufacture 8 t oorti Ceiliiii t Pickets Bad Piece of Road A strip of road up Hardwicks Creek along by John W Brtrgh wayiirldcreek which has become danger ous Judge Derickson and Coun ty JolmD Atkinson viewed theroad last week to thirty feet of Burghers land adjoining and move the road upon the bank df the creek The cburt theljandbutBurgher asked 250 for theand required This amount was eon sidered too much by the Court and condemnation proceedings will likely ensue 4 Geo Anderson Jr our hustling poultrymau has rented a stall in the Lexington market house and will dress nudlship poultry eggs and other produce that he can sell there lhthis pposition hoes to be ubleto continue paying the produceandmore profit from his business A big line of new and uptodate Theytcards here t l x I 4 tL As Time PassesfT v V Ifbrings MoneySaving Oppor tunities Of course there are somewho have put off buyingf something they really need If it happens to be an H i S Okcoat M3ies Cloak r s t or anything in r Of 1 Millinery I iHs onlybetterfor you You cansave big money pathesearticles by coming to my tore for them V w1 0 They have beenJt1arked down to COST as we in teriHTtoclosethefn1 all out before Spring 9 1 j s I Our stock of other goods supt the Standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs yNNWN1NdNJ4NMPNIM14 N1WNNM ININNIMLMNNWnNMMNM1Mb4N SHIMFESSELS Department tStoie 0 c p1 tJ MFG do Winaheste1r Ky 0 j lshFloori lg Minds Vanindaa Stalraaye ShinglesandEtc- StoreTronts and- endeunred purchase IANCE Weatherboarding We ore Headquarterstfbr BuildilrgPgperFelt Plintoid RSofling and Etc tutiu Send us Your efsfamates- Prompt tl Shipments v ll I u M t N r lc t 4 t Kentucky vs FederallawsI The Kentucky lure at its last StatoLegislaj law prohibiting whiskey from ing shipped into local option ter ritory This law was upheld by all the Ssate courts and was en forced until the Federal authori ties interfere and allow whiskey shipped from other states into Kentucky local option territory The State laws also prohibit ex press companies from collecting pay for whiskey shipped into this territory The Federal court again interferes and says when whiskey is shipped from any oth 0Ia tremendous backset and makes the express offices in local option territory a second saloon In this manner whiskey houses in otherstates can make an hunI dred or more shipmentsofw11is key to a certain point markthe different packages to as many different names as tliowhiskey people think would like to buy so much whiskey so whenany of these person want whiskey allI they will leave to do is to go to the express office pay the charges and get the whiskey And these same whiskey people can sell soj much cheaperas they will have no other than government license to pay since other states cannot force dealers in their territory to pay license for selling whisky in Kentucky it seems tons is now so reg1at d that outof Kentuckythe spirits they can get orders for and not pay license to any state comity or city y The Commencement Commencement exercises of- thClayCity Graded SchobVTues day and Wed ncsdaynights wore largely attended and the acts ere excellent the equal of any former like entertainmbnt1 in cityj were nine graduates of this school this year as follows Ohio May Hoskins Grace Brown Sheardr Lucile Daniel Lydia Elizabeth Westcott Lula Mae Bowman Katherine White Hen rietta Tipton Mabel Johnson Carrie Belle McPherson The school has been a most successful term and great adv i1cpmeut has been made in nil the grades yHe Dealt in Chicago A farmer living not far from a neighboring town brought some but ter last week and after trying every grocery store in town was compelled to take his butter back unsold It seems that the farmer semis to Montgomery Ward for everything he buys and the grocers hud de cided to let him sell Montgomery Ward his butter That reminds us that when the Baptist Ladies hold abnzaar they wrote to both Mont gomery Ward and Sears Roebuck Co for a contribution Their first letter remained unanswered but a second elicited a reply from Montgomery Ward He said he gay away u great deal for charity but confined hifl giving to his home town Why not allow him to make Ills money off his home fownV As predicted a few weeks Tgo inXhese columns the range ped f dlers have arrived They are as sure and as regular as the seven teenyear locusts except that they come a little oftener and are more pestiferous than the lo custs We had the locusts last year and the peddlers this year If you want a range see any of our local dealers they can save you 25 or 30 The annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will hold their three days session at Estill Springs June 17 18 and 10 At this meeting the organization will decide whether or not it will attend the Jamestown Exposition in a body A tenfoot walk has been placed over the race at the bank The bank will soon put down a ten foot concrete walk the full length their building and one adjoining vacant lot Good we hope to see more concrete walks in Clay City- Leonard Barnes was killed near Covington last week in a railroad wreck Mr Barnes moved to Covington from this city a few months ago He has many friends here who are very sorry hear of his untimely death At the district meeting of the K P Lodge at Campton Mon day Red River Lodge No 70 had the following representative members Taulbee Mountz Her man Hoskin Dave Snowden Steve Rogers Nonli Rose Dr and Mrs B Littlepage vis ited relatives at Lavrenceburg and Frankfort last week The Doctor also attended the meet ing of the State Railway Surgeons which was in session at Frankfort last week- BarnettClarkI Clinton Barnett of this coun ty was married Thursday May 16 to Miss Annie Lee Clark at the home of the brides father R 11 Clark near Wades Mill Clark county Elder J W Har ding officiating A D bell of Irvine is the guest of his son Prof 0 W Campbell House and Lot For Sale- I otter my heuse and lot in Clay City on Seventh ave for sale Six good rooms and a nice comfortable home Villbesoldata reasonable price For particular write- J E Niblnck Irvine Ky For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at the new grocery 5 and 15 cents Is jt We have on Displayu OFIw AN UPTODATE LINE New Stylish Hats I I Now Ready for your Inspection m I In our Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of ii J Br i I Linen Waisting and Suiting CMffonette g Persian Lawn India Linon Nainsook fc Dimity Etc Pocketbooks Belts Combs m Collars and Cuffs VIolet Talcum Powder onIFashionable Dreesmaking in conned Mrs W N Bush 1 tINSURE WITH tFA LYON Se SONcr e The Loading Insurance Agentspoi Enstcrn KentuckyOver 200000000 Represented Everyone who knows anything about insurance know theyareleadersin this line Uh nosey In Poultry Few people realize the value H t and growth of the business of the industrious hen and stilt fewer realize that from a monetary I point of view there are but few crops that exceed the production of eggs in value in this country This season has been a record t breaker the largest ever known in the production of eggs prov ing conclusively that the hen has been working overtime k Boston and New York are the loading points in the receiving and distribution of eggs and as an instance of the growth of the business the receipts at the for mer point for the week ending April lath were 5000 cases in excess of the same weeks busi ness last year The same increase is noted at the various other large distributing centers The majority of these eggs are placed in cold storage but con trary to the general opinion they are not held for the high prices of next winter but are largely used during the months of June I July and August by the great summer resorts along the Atlan tic cost who prefer and pay for these early stored eggs from three or four cents more per doz en than for the fresh eggs that tome to market during the hot t months of summer claiming that the storage eggs are superior in wayt n of eggs has been so great this Spring that for the first time in the history shortageras well as all buyers throughout the county have been greatly in convenienced in shippingtheir purchases to the marketsWin chester Democrat W O Tracy Dead W O Tracy aged thirty years died at the home of his father Prof F P Tracy in this city Friday May 17th after a brief illness The remains were taken to Stanton Sunday and interred in the cemetery there funeral services first being held at the Stanton Presbyterian church of which he was a member bythe Kev R A Irvin Deceased had been totally blind for about twen ty years 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will heI pleased to learn that there is atI least one dreaded disease that 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 Cureis taken internally actI ing directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces Of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Us work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address IJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75or Take Halls Family Pills for con stipationrtResidence for Sale I offer myresLdence in Clay i City for sale together with the adjoining lots and young orchard and etc Thiu house tins several good rooms Jonvenlentlyarranged Nice yard and all necessary outbuildings for comfortable home For par ticulara call at Clay City Hotel or Address J WV Chaflin Clay City Ky 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday r r May 23 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMKS and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Ice Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS Ve arc authorized to announce GRAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party Farmers Playing at the Game Members of the Society of E quity in Wisconsin have sworn vengeance on the food trust that forces them to accept 18 to 25 cents a bushel for potatoes and which a few days later compels the consumer to pay from 60 to 75 cents and on up to 125 a bushel for the very same potatoes They are solidifying the organi zation they already have and are rapidly extending it into all unorganized territory They are doing still more They are work ing with the consumers who headed by the American Federa tion of Labor tire jointly inter ested in the establishment of ex changes for receiving farm pro ducts direct froth the organized farmers and thereby save to themselves millions of dollars an nually that are now exploited by speculators and the gamblers in food products Coming Candidates There are we are informed two candidates for Jrilor in Olay City subject to the action of the Democratic party The incum bent George Stephens we learn will also be a candidate fo Jailor and this is not all It is reported that candidates for other coun ty officers will be just as numerous when the ball is properly opened So it promises to be a lively old contest again for nomination The TIMES is ever ready andanxious to make proper an nouncement of any candidate for office upon payment of the necessary fee in cash Send in your announcement when you de cide to make a race It will cost no more to announce now than later in the game Two Signs of Craziness Early in the fall one of two twin brothers living in Madison county Kentucky became demented and was sent to the insane hospital The other twin accompanied him to the institution Shortly after the two brothers arrived the sheriff of Madison county received a telegram from the superintendent saying Two who look just alike are from your countyone for con finement One is talking of building a railroad to the moon and the other says the republican party is opposed trusts Which is the cazy manEx- In the early days of railroading in this country no restraint was laid on any employe from drinking and many of them were Intemperate Now railroads are virtually temperance societies Many companies will not permit any employe to be seen entering a saloon nor under any cir cumstances to drink intoxicating liquors The Louisville Commercial Club is twentyyears old and has 2500 member THE INDUSTRIOUS HEN Is the leading poultry journal of the South published at Knoxville Tennessee in the hotbed of poul trydom It is a handsom 9x12 magazine 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 expertin his line It publishes more original poultry news beautifully illustrated that joUrnalsbesides ments as follows Turkey Water Fowls Pigeons Angora Goats Bees Dogs Ptt Stock Nut Culture Vet BoysAnyoneworth the subscription price SOc Send your subscription in todayand ask for special subscription cam paign curcular giving instructions to make from 88 to 820 a week Do it now S t Rom Ia a ns- wDoff cA WONDERFUL DISCOVERY- We guarantee that this prepar ation will clean the scalp of all Dandruff All we ask Is that you who are affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try Itt dressingperfectly strongl1ea1thy FOR SALS uv DRUGOISTS SAUDI ROSH MljB COMPANY Hancock Mich If your druggist docs not have It lend one dollar to u and we will send you a bottle prepaid If you suffer we will send you free ft trial course or Jutlne Tabs and i d Hot which speedily cure every curable use o- lRHEUMATISM without deranging tile beart or stomach Rheumatlo Complaints cf every kind are originalInflammation or tile Uladder Congestion or the Kidneys Palo or bensatlons Dleeaaeiallatlsm In various forma ouch as Gout Lum bago Neuralgia and tlctatlca Try a t5O Cant Box mf JUTIHE TABS FREETo the first Inquiry In you vicinity By this we do not mean two or three days sample we mean what we say that we wiU send you without cost by WSJU TREATMENT as it you paid for ItIf you deslrerellef send at once we take P1WriteHAMiS MEDICIME CO CNRIIga towa jI COURTNEY President I Mrs J W Williams Fine Millinery Dress Goods Notions Clothing and Etc Will carry in this space her Spring An nouncement of Complete line ofElegant New Goods The usual combination of Good Quality Good Styles and Correct Prices wil preva iI CLA CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls V And Flakiest Biscuit i Are MntleWlieii You UMO I Pearl and Bakers PrideFloqr3j I TakNo Other Every Sack Guaranteed t I MANUFACTURED BY M A CAIN VERSAILLES KY t j Sold by our Leading Merchants J DUDLEYS DOLLAR RAZORIt is easy t buy sonic kind of a razor fora dollar but you wonder if ibis possible to get a genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel 7 I with a positive guarantee onethat will give you aclean smooth at this price that is what we offer You run no risk in buying a Sheave Icys Dollar Razor it is backed by our name and guarantee and it changeable at anytime if not satisfactory We have made a on our razors and this is the best dqllar razor madeandis qualto t those usually offered at zoo Sent foslaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name ofyour cutlery dealer RAY A DObLEY HARDWARE 00t Naahvllla Tenn I I 10+ 3 3 Y3Y l431lftl if ht lIHd d 1F + YhF411E + + r 1 CAPITAL S5OOQO tIf SURPLUS 7000 1 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANG CLAY CITY KYY i CIIAS SCOTT Yice Rresident l7C J j AOTSJAS DEPOSITORY ANDiOFFERS ALL MODERN rAOIWTIESTO INDIVIDUATES AND I s t OORFORATio r DESIRING SAFE BANKING OONNEOTIOMS s V 1J h V f A J JWITT Cas v V feJ P3p i iv6B rI 3f+4frH4ifo4 c t F+3 FhFIi M k4FlFFP + + 1FFFtl M WtIf41M3 i rYfrr3 + + + tu+ t3F tt f40 t g- yr 4 J c y t t r a 1 J y r THE TIz1ES t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i L THURSDAY MAY 28 1007 JL00AIr BREVITIES r4 James Holman of Bowen was 4 in tho citv Monday and Tuesday iO W Russell of Louisville was in the city Monday and Tuesday 1 J Eld J M Rush of Winches iter visited his son J Crows Rash here Saturday J Mrs irairEaton of Cincinnati Ohio ie visiting her mother Mrs America Ourry Mrs A lL Burgher visited her sister Mrs Noah Rose at Win chester a few days last week Dr W0 Mclntirc will be at A E Biirnett Sons store from June 13rd to Sht inclusive to practice dell tfstry i Pot Henry who is attending State College at Lexington vis ited home folks front Friday un til Sunday Mrs R B Wilson haslier mother Mrs J H Mastin of Millersburg and a brother visit 3 ing her this week Miss tidrtLiUlepagewho has keen attending Sayres Institute OCt at Lexington has returned home to spend vacation Heavy frost wus reported from L different parts of the county on Tuesday morning On account of heavy fog there wap no frost in Clay City But little damage r where the frost fellI Mrs T J Fletcher and son George attended th Ifuneral of her brother Sam HaYt at Mt Sterling Saturday Butler Herron who has been attending college at Lexington returned home Tuesday to bo with his father Geo Herron A Hampton Lyle formerly of this city who has been located at Denver Colo recently has returned to Grain Valley Mo Mr and Mrs Frank Daniel at tended the funeral and burial of Mrs Daniels brother Leonard Barnes at Salt Lick last week Clarence Mitchel had two fin gers nearly sawed off and a hand badly lacerated by a cutoff saw while at work in the spoke fac tory Friday Ed White has rented the L E Hall property and moved his family from Lee county tOthis city Mr White is himself how in Cincinnati John T Welch an old i ow ell county boy has moved from San Francisco Cal to Kellogg Idaho where he orders the TIMES sent to his address At the teachers examination at Stanton Friday and Saturday seven applicants stood examination The examiners ImvVnot yet graded the papers to d etor mine how many passed or failed Dont Pay Alimony to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their station is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by SWJio- nDy Lumber Cos store 2 5L Try them c J ti Wake Up Wake Up I o I i bji I And Tcdl ze the fact that I am here to help you I as well as myself Why in ijinamo of common sense should you keep on encouraging a highiJ price store When I am offering you thQ same 1 goods and really much fresher at a saving of I si from 10 to 50 cents on thedollnr Some measlyt= competitors sill tell you all kinds of stories a Iboutshoddy goods short weights and etc butIcome and judge for yourself by giving me a fair triulDtmt knock and tell others if we make a mistake but tell me and I will gladlyHlomy j- t part to correct sume and thank you besides I Dont forget the fact that berore I opened my grocery and cut the prices you got only 14 pounds of sugar for 1 00 and other goods jri i proportion So if you are now able to get a litItie more at other stores than formerly its be 4 I cause I made it so 1horeforeyon should giyo credit to whom it belongs Mid show your appro oiation by trading with me f t 1 t I t GEoW ANDERSONJR Originator of Low rnces tJ aJG J 1 4 t 1 7 wy t iI fir j T Ij l 1 7 Id k f4 J t c ij+ a a 1 f I Many farmers are through planting corn The cool feather has afforded excellent oppor tuny to push the work George Herron went to Win chester Friday to consult a spe cialist in his case Mr Herron is yet a very sick man The American Soqiety of Equi ty liar signed up about 80000 a cres of the 1007 crop of Burley tobacco in the State of Kentucky A Narrow Escape a W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo hada narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jim- son bur into his thumb He 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 atSwann Day Lumber Cos store It is now stated that owing to graft and incompetency the Jamestown exposition threatens- o prove a failure Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel Goodcooks are always found in the happiest homes Girls learn to cook regardless of other accomplishments 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 doctors but noben efit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improve Jnehti s Vecontijjued thisimedicine until siJverl bottlps Ve dusettwhen curedSeatblood building healthttpnic8 Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cbs store SOc W L Hurst the wellknown Campton lawyer is being boosted- as Eastern Kenfuckys Republican candidate for Governor He was defeated in1886 for Congress in this district by Press Taulbee and is 75 earsoldiI lty l3est Friendr Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 11 Edwardr NY sSa R Dr ifiinghWew Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured mepLastbmasix years ago It has also preformed a wonderful cure of incipient c sumption for my sons ifefhefir8t bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplish ed the other symptoms left one by one unlil she was perfectly well Dr KipgaNqw Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Cpe store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free New Watchmakerf J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotbl building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guarante- edWinchestel IIE Bank INCOKPOBATKD N H WITIIEnSPOONPre- sGapita Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the nccimnts of individuals firms and corporations SiS I t 1S 1 M i lfI r I 1 j 0 r ee nas to Your I i itI 4 f I i Interest J tl TI r 4 ITo spend your money where it goes the farthest Sf j if end you dont have to go far to find that place I Our store is to wants in si 1 Inishingsa Farming Implements andetc 1 t- OurI Prices are Right p i So are Our GoodsIWe will appreciate your trade and take n exchangeI g fot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest 1 market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad ia Ties and all kinds of timber which you may havei to sell Dont forget the place 1 Al E1 BARNETT It SOtii iJCLAY r- r fI 1ForWith 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 i with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and- S lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children t and shoes for every body at prices to suit you Vhat is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you a C SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky tWILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTIGLES OF 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 A trial wtllconvlnceyoutheres no other soap like It 2 sles5cand IOe Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY l3urljpgton Iowa M t HAYES Healing Honey It has no equal for curing f COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Tako no other A STRONG TESTIMONIAL lam fifl old I havo suffered with a cough for forty I bavo toed nearly every cough remedy on thej market I hllO never used a cough pyrup that beneSttcd me so much ns IIEAI IWO IIONEY It la truly a J tgrandmedicine has W N LEVAN + Paducah Ky f yourdruggist SHOFFNERHAYES COtlnc k Paducah Kentucky lIlIIII DraggingDown t Painsare ti the most serious trouble which can attack a weman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache ij headache nervousness dizziness ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure is JII I WINE OF CardOui I The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex i tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaints At all druggists and dealers In 51 00 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also in my right and left sides and my menses were very painful and Irreg ular Since taking Cardui feel llkea new woman ard do not suffer as I dla It is the best medicine 1 ever took The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Asparagus i Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits iVe have no Agents Strawber ry and General Catalogues on ap H F Hil aumeyer Sons Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslaokend Lit quanti ty Will sell to dealer or cot 1r- at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the k ii3 or 75 cents deliverei in Clay City PROFESSIONAL OAIIDS V11N 111 LIWI l1N11NM1Ilyh N WnlN1 R A IRVIN M D t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I OLAY OITY KY 1 B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EottYOITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY i DALVAY Chestnut horse 0 by this Commoner son of llnnovor and Mnrgerlne by AI gerine dam Levissii by Urutus second dam by Fonsothmldnm Auldenta by Ciiiiidn Bred and raced by Tulbot Bros Paris K anti sold ns n three yearoldto1 II ricJienorofChicago only start ns a 2yrold was nt Washington Pirik track Chicago on July 14 1003 when he ran unplaced In a race won by Illuincntlml with hiiiurniiitnii second and IMnrtlna third As ii ayroldhowever no was well nigh invincible being the in each of his starts With a single break where he finished second won eight straight races beating the best horses at the Chicago track Tho following is ills record for the year 1001 June 29 HawthornePurse three yearold 0 furlongs Peter J Somers SinginMasterTime 11525 85 July 4 Hawthorne Pursethreeyr olds one mile Ananias 109 won Dal ray 102 second Miss CrawfordlOlthird Seven starters Time 14135 75 July 10 HarlemPurse threeyrolds and upward 7 furlongs Dalvay 3 93 won Dont Ask Mo 5 111 second j Comrade f31 98 third Ten starters Time 127 35 185 July 21 Hawthorne Purse3yrolds 7 urlongsDalvny 112 won MaJ T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Six starters Time 128 35 500 July 24 HawthornePurselthreeyr- olds and one 94 won Foncastn 3J 69 second Greg or K 4 00 third Six starters Time 141 400 Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyear old dad upward 1 110 mllesDulnya 102 won Jake 4 108 second Fonso luca 5 107 third Five starters Time 14735 400 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three curolds 1 mile Emp of India 102won Dalvay 105 second Foncastn 105 third Seven starters Tiue14375 dollars Aug 29 Harlem Purse three etr old and upward 1 mile Diilvay 3J lOa won Tho Lady aged 101 second Peter Paul 3 93 third Six starters Time 140 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear yardsDalray ond Celebration 4 09 third Six start ers Thno14285 600 dollars Sept 9 Harlem Pwse threeyear old and upward 1 mile1won Wainanioiniiio09 second Gregor X 4 102 third Five starters Time 130 500 dollars Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yardtDall1 8J won Port Royal 5 112 second FelipoLuga 8 97 third Four starters Time 1 4581 5OOdoliars Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105won Drtlvay 110 seconde Toledo 105 third Three start ers Time 142 75 dollars Oct Ian8asCityTho FosterTro phy Handicap two yearold and upward 1 mlleDnlvlly 3 112 won Otto Stifel 3 107 second McGee 4 120 third Six starters Time 1393a 1140 Oct 25 Kansas Handicap nil ages 5 Mcuee 4 117 won 131118third25dollarsOct Kansas City Purge three yIQ1ister B 91 third Four starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvay started three times nnd was once unplaced Ills winning races follow Jan 19 Los Angeles Purse all ages 5Jh furlongs Dulvny 4 103 won Tim Hurst 3 91 second Passadena 0 90 third Eight starters Time 1 0325F- eb 1 Los AngelJlurseaIlRges 0 urlongsDalvuy 4114won rn I ne 4 105 second Ora Viva 5 108 third Four starters Time 1 startedtwiceLast year Dalvay was At Brighton Bench July 20 ho finished a practicalhy toga broke down has not trained It will be noted that in his race ut Harlem Sept 9 1001 Dalvny rant a mile in 139 defeating a numberof the fastest horses in tho West He won pulled up by two lengths and could Un questionably have made better time hud it been necessary In all Dalvay won twelve races was four times second once third and four times unplac ed Ills winning totaled 9290 This most excellent horse will make the season of 1007 at the stable of Titus Coulee one mile west of Stanton at tha low service fee of 10 00 This is an excellent opportunity for Powell county farmers to get tho serv ice of a 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 Cub Crusher Bolter Corn Sheller and necessary belting shafting pulleys c 34 horsepower Gasoline Engine All in firettlass working order Will sell cheap For particulars apply ut this oilicc Dr W 0 Molntire the Dentist in ClayCity all the week of June 1st Have those teeth fixed whil + you can It VaiigHns hill Morgan McKinney lost a valuable coy last week Dick Barnett attended court at Winchester Monday McKinney Bush have got a nice lot of mens hats this week Mr and Mrs Bill Wells were the guests of Charlie Bush and wife Sunday Jeff McKinney and wife were the guests ofR L Shimfessel and wife Sundliy Sheltie McKinney of Spout Spring visited his uncle Morgan MoKinney Sunday A P Bush went to Lexingtoi Monday to visit his daughter Mrs Hattie Dunaway Misses Fannie Mize and Fan nie Jackson were guests of Pete Wells and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett of Olay Oity were the pleasant visitors of 0 W Barnett and fail ily 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