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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t1- r THE CLAY CITY TIMES I IVOIJrr I AGOOD rwVI All Time Resolution Going to save all Ican R and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large seledl Mock good Qualities everything hones deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 C SHIMFESSEL R11b1AKcE MFG doWinchester Ky We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Building Felt sSend us Your estimates Prompt Shipments I IA Letter To0ur Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Premo Cameras Columbia Graphophone and Records end Door from Corner Main nail Orders Solicited 00 MUSS and D C DUN lOAN Props Win Remain In Clay City The SwannDay big planing mill in this city will remain with us they having given out the idea of moving to Beattyville or any other point The machinery here is all being over hauled and put in first class working order They fired up Tuesday and Wednes day morning the whistle blew for the first time since the shut down some weeks ago Clay City are glad that they will remain with them and trust that matters have been so ar ranged that the company will i 1 We are Headquarters for Paper Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc CO received Broadway people never again have to consider bahdoning this place Si To Call Pastor Elder George D Verco has rounded out another years pas torial work at the Christian church Sunday being his ins day He too was unable to 111 the stand at this time and hi place was supplied by Elder Sa age of Lexington The churc- is now without a pastor but a now minister will be called shortly The Christian church here is one of the strongest and most ac tive churches in the city 4 Twelve Months Dead bine By order of the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas secondclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more inarrears In complying with thisnew ruling we Have been compelled to cut off 300 names and all subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher I Just a Sample Copy We this week send to a num ber of our old subscribers a sam ple copy This is to remind them that the Times is still being pub lished and it wants them on the list again The paper would never have been discontinued had not Uncle Sam got contrary and stopped us from mailng them at the second class rate where they were more than twelve months in arrears We want you on our list a gain Dear old subscriber so please do not further delay send ing the amount you owe togeth erwithan additional fifty cents for a year in advance and then you are headed for two more years Dont delay this but send in today A Sad Farewell A number of subscriptions have t this week become twelve months past due and according to the postoffice ruling we are compelled to cut th m ojybnd send them the paper nd more ntil they re new paying all arr ars We re gret having to do this but the law is imperative and we must obey Dear Subscriber we again remind you that we hate to give you up and hope that we may soon meet again Tie hard to utter but still we must say GoodBy Dog Tax Reduced The dog law has caused no lit tle trouble during this session of the Legislature The Republi cans were pledged by campaign speeches to repeal this obnoxious law but like on the temper ance question when they got to Frankfort they changed their minds and the matter was held up until Wednesday when the compromise reducing the tax to 50 cents instead of 1 00 was passed Getting into Trouble There has lately been some pet ty depredations about the city school building Some one has on more than one occasion pried up the windows and stole some valuable books chalk und other articles The staple has been drawn at the coal house and like ly some coal is mipsing The of theyadont watch they pretty soon Sale of Town Property Dr B R Smith has purchased of Frank B Russell his hand fortmoneys Cityhgant home sets at rest these false rumors Renew your subscription today City Council The City Council met in regular session Friday night and in the absence of a quorum adjourned until Saturday night There was no quorum Saturday night so the meeting again adjourned this time to Monday night At the meeting Monday night there were all members present except 0 0 Eaton who is in Jackson county on business The Marshals report showed 70 00 collected on tax and 15 on fines The Police Judges re port showed 40 00 collected on fines The Treasurers report showed a balance of 1288 74 in the treasury The following bills were then presented and allowed Luther Loving Clerk 5 00 A T Whitt Treasurer P 00 Mrs A T Janitor ii 00 A P Johnson Marshal 41 00 J B Eaton coal for school 7 10 Advocate Pub Co Ballots 5 00 Robt Blackburn witn fees 400 Joe King ditching 0 00 W R Burgher 4 25 J W BurgherU 2 25 S O Ringo 8 25 Geo Alford 0 00 Prof Campbell Teacher 55 00 Tracy U 40 00 Mrs Ware 85 00 W T Adams was elected spe cial Police Judge The Marshal was instructed to enforce the ordinance against owners of hogs allowing them to run at large unrung A S Henry General Manager the Kentucky Union Company had been notified to rebuild the bridge across the millrace of the company at the bank His re ply is a very caustic letter was read in which he firmly declined to repair or build another bridge The officers of the town decided to compel him to do this if he continues to exercise ownership of this property The council then adjourned to meet again Saturday night for the purpose of making settlement with the Marshal Where the Panic Is Worse Leslie Todd returned last week from a tour in Indiana and Illi nois He says he there visited the railroad yards and shops in a number of places and said he sriw miles of empty freight cars sit ting on the tracks many of them with rust on the wheels which showed that they had been out of use for many weeks He re ports the panic apparently much more severe in these states than in Kentucky George W Anderson Jr has again started his produce wagons over the country and will not be satisfied until he buys every egg chicken and all other kinds of produce that can possibly be bought Country produce is one of the mainstays of the country and our county should furnish doesIRJDaifiel auctioneer re ports Tlie sale of W J Christo pher at Spout Spring last Thurs day very well attended notwithstanding the downpour of rain Articles sold well and the bid ding was very liberal DrB R Smith has purchas ed of Mrs Littlepage the drug store in this city Ho will replenish the stock and handle ev ery article that goes to the make up of a firstclass drug store Sacrifice Sale Beginning on THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices I every article in our store conisisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Belts Combs Hairpins many other useful things Nice line white goods cheap Come early andfget choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINS Mrs W N Bush I Inconvenience of Similar Names We have all nlongbeen proud of the name Clay Oity but still it is quite conflicting with other places of similar names and errors are frequently made on this account The Times has hud goods to go to Oave City Ky and been forced to do without the shipment for nearly two months The paper is nearly ev ery week quoted as the Clav County Times We dont like this but suppose we cant help ourselves There is n town in Kentucky by the name of Olay We have frequently had consignment of packages for the Times Herald at that place A travel ing advertising agent was in the city last week and tried his best to pay us a bill he said his company owed us for advertising but wo told the gentleman he had made mistake as this was the Olay City Times and not the Clay TimesHerald He depart ed but seemed to not be satisfi ed because we wouldnt take his money which he said belonged to some newspaper man and assure it was us we thought once we would have to show him our file to convince him that he shouldnt us One advertis er refusedto renew his contract because he said we got his goods and hadnt completed our job We tried to convince him that we hadnt got the goods and that his contract was with one of the Olay papers and not the Olay Oity paper He couldnt be con vinced by letter writing so we lost 8000 by that and we are thinking of sueing Uncle Sam for allowing another town to partly partake of Clay Citys fair name and in this way beat us out of business because a paper has sus pended at Olay and not complet ed its contract and then again when the roods cofnplajaed a bout laid in the Cloy Citytrepot addressed to the Oluy paper for nearly six months We finally I of this Bank convinced Mr Searcy the agent here that the goods did not be long to use but we never could convince the agency and it is probable that the Olay paper has not yet got the goods We always thought Olay Oity was a pretty name and it may never have caused any one else much trouble but Cave City Clay and the notorious Olay county cause us in and embarrass mont yet we will not yield the name Clay Oity to any county or town in tho State Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL as theY cannot reach the seat of the disease Catnrrh is u blood or disease and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edies Halls Catarrh Cure Is ta ken internally and acts directly on the blood and raucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It is prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun try for years and is a regular pre scription It is composed of thin best tonics knbwn combined with the best blood purifiers acting di rectly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free P J CHENEY R CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for cod stipation To Remember that the new postal laws which took effect Jan 1st pos itively prohibits us from mailing the Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more beHind on sub scription This forces us to cutoff some good names each week which we very much dislike to do butwe must obey the law If you are cut oft dont blame the publisher Please renew and not miss an issue Renew your today i+ This Bank Offers You I and Makes Your Aid Prosperity SAFeTYI in a bank you have how andwhy that bank is tthe reasons for thesuireineHj tsafety advertising frequently conveniences APPLICATIONS constitutional Subscrbers subscription Complete Safety Money ai J The Clay City National Bank t is organizedunder the National Banking Law and is under the con start supervision of the United States Government Not less than five sworn reports must be made each year and these are always called for an unexpected date in the past The afIig of this bank must always be in such shape that we can make a detailed statement to Uncle Sam for any past date that Comptroller of the Currency may pick out CJ This means daily readiness These reports must be publishedand must be verified by the expert Bank Examiner whom the Government sends here to thoroughly examine this Bank twice each year at un i expected times i + JThis Bank has PAID IN CAPITAL of 5000000 Surplus of t780000and under the Federal Banking laws applying to Nation talBanks its stockholders are liable Jot 5000000making alto mmdi I pennylmethods 14J are protected by modem steel Vaults and insuredagainst t and sneak thieves ifjIts officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge 0 their duties I j insuredI I Janotable able Board of Directors assure our patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential ofa good Bank i f +++ + ++ + ++ t+ ++ + ++ + +++++++ Sound Advice from a Kentuckian A conscientious KentuckIan writes t f the Morehead Moun taineer from Oregon regarding that state as follows One would think from the na ture of the literature sent hack East in carload lots that Ore gon is a perfect Paradise a land flowing with milk and honey with m6ney growing on the greas brush tied up iii 1000000 packges But Oregon on paper is one thing and Oregon as she is ie quite different proposition One who travels through the state and never gets off the sidewalk arid never converses withanyother than Oregon boosters and real estate dealer who have axes to grind kliow but little about Oren as She presents herself to one in every day life Having lived in southern Ore = gon and witnessed the ever changing climatic condition and have seen the much boasted peach crop harvested I am in a position to know whereof I write Ashland is claimed to be the Climatic Capital of Oregon and the Home of the peach Ideal Epot for Homes and th Gem of Homelands etc with out end Every newcomer is beset by real estate dealers and confronted with a hot air pump on every street corner The Oregon mist is explained away and the heavy fogs are lifted far above the frowning peakof Ashland Butte Ho soon finds that every peach orchard in the valley is listed for sale and that one half of all th property iif town is on the sans- list and the other half is for rent A peach orchard in the river valley is just about as pay ing proposition as a lemonad- stand on the sniwrnit of Mf Shas ta Harney f fm viewed from one of many surrounding peaks remind one of a big sweet potato patch thrown up in hills One traveler has designated it as The devil tater patch but no pota toes are produced nearer than 100 miles of Harney Valley Frost occurs in the valley every niontli in the year and nothing is rai ed except wheat and grass and that is sometimes snowed under in July Save This Anyway Here is a simple homerunde mix ture as given by an eminent au thority 90 Kidney diseases who makes the statement in aNew Fork daily newspaper that it will re lieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states that sUch symptoms UB lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painful and discolored urination are readi ly overcome Here is the receipt try it Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful alter each meal and at bedtimeA known druggist here in town authority that these ill dients iro all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture bus a pecul iiir healing and foothing fleet up on the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often Overcomes tie worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is eald to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing tho Kidneys to lifter and strain from the blood and system nil urge acidand foul decomposed waste matter which cause stheee afflic tions Try it if you arhnit well Save the pjcscription c t I Jt 1I ANNUAL CutPrice Sale FOR 30 DAYS oJ 350J10 12 and 14 Dollar Cloaks Lpng pad Short 85- pWinteir Weight Dress Goods 8125 BroadClothjs Serges Panamas and Sicilians OSets 100 Puhamas and ans and J5JL f i awe75JPliiins v OQ CO Sicilians all colors 50 UNDERWEAR j 8100 Uuion Suits 85cts 45e39 35 25 F I This Sale will run 30 Days rrThese Prices are Strictly for CASH Goods bought in this Sale can not be Returned Williamsrs eCAY CITY J KENTUCKY q j l The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit A1O lUn oWJ c You UKO Pearl and Bakers Pride Hourq T SAt MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAJLLES4Y 1 tSold by our Leading Merchants t II 1Coughsever fails=ltistheonly remedy that cures in one dose and with yourchildsFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE QLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Sill Prffrs FMIay Obi 2130 Syracuse EASY Washers were ordered for 30 days trial by readers of our advertising In one medium only 112 only were returned all causes paidforreturningthe themYoupositivetermsI request Ask for our free book It tells you why the EASY is a womans machine Pages 320 tell you how to cut wishing expense In half and save I I 34tellyouI VJf s THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEHT THUUSbAT 1 E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in id I vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday March 12 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowTho TIMES arid CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 110 tt Louisville Commercial 75 I IC Homeand Farm 75 Bradley vs Federal Office Holders The Federal office holders are I today in our judgment the best the Republican party over put forth and it is surprising to sonic that there is such a senti men t t6 overthrow their policy with such an improvement over partyThradication of trust and money domination and at this juncture there are members who desire to return to the old principle of leg islation for the classes and not the masses Roosevelt is the only independent President the Republicans have hadat Washington for a decade He has been with Fair banks and is thoroughly ac quainted with Tafts Policy He better knows these men than any one else We believe that Roosevelt wants a successor who will carry out his policy and complete a work which it has taken him seven years to get introduced to v his party Senator elect W 0 Bradley has come out in a card hitting the Federal office holder a hard and says he is strong for Fairbanks and he might add for tiny body before Roosevelt or any one he may be for In other word he dont approve the pres ent administration which is unquestionably the best the Republicans ever gave out It makes no difference with us who tlmt party puts up we are aiming to beat them and really for and easy job it would be much better should Fairbanks be the man Bryan is iii a hurry for tariff reform and partly delivers his views as follows I stand for immediate revision I would have it tomorrow if I cant get it today I would rather have had it yesterday than I be lieve in time immediate revision of the tariff downwards not upwards and would commence by putting upon free list the articles that come into direct competition with articles controlled by the trusts I would then proceed to cesI saries of life and to make such TREESFRUIT ORNAMENTAL EverJthingfo- rOrchard Lawn and Garden Our Srawberry Plants are Money Makers Try them Write for FREE Catalogue We have no Agents iH F Mil BiMrveyBr Sons k I LEXINGTON KT i i i i ritt rff t other reductions as were possible and Iwould proceed as rapidlyns possible to make such reductions as would be necessayry to put our tariff upon a revenue basis so that our tax laws would be made for the purpose of securing rAve otforpeole to got richat the expense of the rest of the people The Local OptionQuestion The questions being asked on every handwill the Jocal Op tion Election Contest Win The Times dont know any more a bout it than any one else but one thing it does know that if they dont succeed in flooring this election it will be the first time they have missed it The Times believes there has not been a perfectly legal dice Lion held in this or any other county in the State for a decade but they are not all thrown out Ifall the technicalities and re quirements of the law must be guarded in order to make an election sure it will require the electipn officers to all be lawyers and then they must all keep their eyes open and to do the job rightshould have one in the back of their heads Every election is full of tricks and frauds usually perpetrated by both sides consequently giving good grounds for contest by either side but the winning side usually refuses to contest and does never believe in contests We can only wait andsee A Democrat May Win A lively contest is on over in the Twentythird Judicial dis trict for Judge and Common wealths Attorney between the Republicans Every county but Estill has one or more candidates Before the landslide in Breathitt the district was certainly Democratic Now that party bossism is gradually dying out it is hop ed the county will return to the Democratic fold and round up this fall an old time Democratic majority Wjth Breathitt in the Democratic column where itjust Jy belongs the Republicans are without a ghost of a showing to elect either the Judicial officers in the 23rd Judicial district or a Congressman in the Tenth Congressional district Farclal Trust Busting Former Governor W L Douglas of Massachusetts who under stands the tariff question better perhaps than any other man in this country declares that the trust busting business as con ducted in Washington is farcial and that neither the policies nor the methods of President Roose velt are right He believes that these policies and methods are intended to accomplish results in the interest not of the people but of the trusts Gov Doug his thinks as other Democrats do that the possible remedy for trust evils is to revise the tariff which enables trusts to monopo lize the market Last fall Mason county elected McKnight Democrat to the Leg islature by h bare majority of 100 votes McKnight died and Shank hit Democrat was last week o lected to fill the vacancy by 1433 majority Does that look like approving Republican legislation rThe County Unit Bill was not introduced to be enacted into law it was made as a toy for big fellows to play with and trade 011 From reports it seems that Taftis getting most all the in1 strtictedvotes and Fairbanks and other fellows are doing the run ning Up to March 8tli of the 100 delegates selected Taft had received 110 Six votes were uninstructed Fairbanks got his horiie States vote of 20 and there were 18 votes contested To carry out the deal of killing the County Unit Bill in the Sen ata an order was made requiring a two= thirds vote to call for are port on a bill in the hands ofa committee This also kills the Redistricting billa pet measure of the Republican party To Treat Tuberculosis At Lexington a free city dis pensary for the treatment of tu berculosis patients will be open ed atthe headquarters of the As sociated Charities this week Dr Ernest Bradley city bacteriolo gist will examine all sputum submitted and assisted by Dr Samuel Marks will give instruc tions for treatment to all patients who require it without charge To all patients who cannot af ford to purchase such supplies themselves milk and eggs will be furnished free and private nurses will be provided for such patients as are unable to pay for nurses services Time public is invited to send to the dispensary all patients suffering from any Children Coughs nl1 colds cause tho littleones n2cdlcss ufferinw With Plsos Cute In the house serious colds can bo presented and speedy relic afforded Pleasant to the taste and free from opiates and harmful In gredients Plsoi Cure Is the by which all dan iQoahlliCaa be Averted form of tuberculosis or who are suspected of being affected with it To all who will pay upall ar- rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published A Yankee furnier has run up on a new job Ho uses a hay baler and compresses snow into ice to sell next summer He claims the snow product is better than the frozen or manufactured article A business of any kindJs just what you make it be it a failure or success so is a town let us all pull together for a bigger Clay City regardless of different political or moral opinions I No more long time subscriptions so renew today Do Not Judge Dont judge a man by his clothes God made one and the tailor the other Dont judge u man by his family for Cain be lunged to a good family Dont judge a man by his failure in life for ninny a man fails because ho is too honest to succeed Dont judge a man by the house he lives in for the lizard and the rat of ten inhabit the grander sructureT When a man dies they who sur vive him ask what property there is left behind The angel who bends over the dying man asks what good deeds he has sent be fore him Selected A Tennessee farmer has betn shipping acorns North for sone time and it is stated he receives as high as 4 a bushel for them The acorns are used for planting out forests NattlrntoUtntheVnhldstatesKCOUOI ol their styleaeguracy and simplicity MeOall nifiBBXtcHTheQtirenof Fuhlon h more subscribers thinan other Ldie Maiptine On years subscriptnata mirnberO IISO eruiw Latest cents FreryubscnberaetsaMcCall tat tern Free sUcrlbeot premluIda i iIn nd P tnhim Catatot boing 4 pemlUDl- a east tree Address THE McCALIi CO New Ywk How 18 the Time ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Vo arc authorized to iiimounce CHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to th J action of tho Democratic party For Jailor AVo arc authorized announce Joni P GAYIORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party AntiDemocracy Ten mills make one trust Ton trusts niiikc one combine Ten combines make on merger Ten mergers make one magnet One magnet makes all the money AVnll St Arithmetic Kentucky Crop Report The first report issued by tie Agricultural Department for the year 1908 shows the condition of the agricultural interests to bo inguodshupe The winter was an exceedingly mild one There was a large amount of rainfall with very little snow whichwas not enough to aflord protection for the wheat rye and barley We are urging an increased acreage of winter oats and are dis tributing some seed to the different sections in which none or lit tle are grown Very few tobacco plant beds are being sown as the farmers have determined not to raisebut little tobacco this year and by their united organization have secured good prices for the 1000 and 1607 crops Most of the dark tobacco has been sold at good prices while the burley tobacco- is still in the hands of the farm ers Grasses of all kinds are in fine state of growth and clover is re ported as generally good The extremely mildwinter has been very advantagous to live stock and all classes rein splendid condition L There has been 111 increased activity in the productiou of hoj despite the fact that prices are much lower than last year Sheep have increased in num bers and more attention is being paid to this important industry of our State land prices ifreUiigir er than ever before The prices of mules are much lower than last year but regard less of tho price people are rais ing more each year w Very little plowing has been done at present on account of the heavy rainfall but indications are that preparations for plow ing are being made and will soon begin Although hemp has been an important feature in theprodhcts of Central Kentucky the hist few years have not seen an increased ncreuge but the highest price ever known is tboinIaid for hempfuH thedetermination not to raise tobacco will cause more attention and larger acre age than over has been paid to this very important crop of our State e What We Charge For We are frequently sent some form of obituary to publish with out the requires fee of 5 cents per line We gladly publish in liberal space all death birth and marriage notices that will be of uny interest to our readers but when it coupes to publishing a half column obituary without pay we must modestly decline Please remember this when you send in the copyand send the cash along toofor unless the cash accompanies the notice no insertion will be made Tlje Society of Equity has sold one thousand hogheads of tobacco to the tobacco trust at5cents tier pound h FREETootiP For a limited time we willgive ABSOEUTELY FREE ofcharge to each new or rtnevving subscriber a years subscription to the Southern Agriculturist Nashville Tenn For forty years this paper has been the guide of thousands of Southern farmers If you are not a subscriber to our paper or if your ptibfcription has expired ojder NOW and get this vallmble present FltEE We reserve the right to witJl raW this ofier at any time so HURRY UP The day City Times DALVAY Chesnut horse 0 by the Commoner sou of Hanover and Margarine by Al gcrine dam LevisHa by Brutus second dam Llera by Fonso third dnm Acidunti by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Broil Paris Ky and sold as n three yrold to M H Tichenor of Chicago Dnlvays only start as n 2yrold was at Washington Park track Chicago on July 14 1003 when he ran unplaced Inn purse race won by Blumenthal with Dnngannon second and Martins third As a Syrold however he was Well nigh invincible being inside the money in each of hid starts With a single break where lie finished second Dalvay won Iight straight races beating the best horses at the Ceiciigo track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year IWH Juno 20 Hawthorne Purse three yearold 0 furlongs 13ejterJSomera 122 toot Dakay 114 Second Singing Master 114 third Fourteen Starters Time IU5 25 85 i July 4 Hawthorne Puree Siyr oldsone milo Ananias 109 won Dal vay 102 second jMissCrawforcl 104 third Seven Starters Time14186 75 July 10 Harlem Purse threeyrolds mind upward 7 furlongs Dalvay 3 03 won Dojit Ask Mo 5 111 second Comrnde 3 08 third Ten starters lIme 1 27 36 465 Juljr 21 IIawthorne Purse 3yrolds Tjfurjougs Dalvay USTlwon Maj T J citron 112 second Dell Lenth 10- 1thlriC7Slx starters Time 12835 000 JuljtiM Ilnlylhorntft9raethreeyr Olds and upward one rplleDulvay fa D4 won jTFohcnsta 3 80 second Greg or K 4 00 third Six startew Time 141 405 Aug 4 Harlem ursethreoyear ild and upward 1 116 miles Dalvay 3 102 won Jake 4 108 second Fon spluca 6 107 third Five starters Time f47 35 100 Aug 24 Hawthorne Puree tjiree yearolds 1 mile Emp of India 102 awn Dal 105 second Foncasta 105 third Seventnrtcrft Time 143 7Gdollars- Aug1 20 Ilarlcm Purse threeyear old and upwaurd 1 mile Diilvay 8 100 wonThe Liidyraged 101 Second Pfl tcrPaul 3J 03 tl1lrdSix starters Time 140 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Plitse three ycarj old and upward 1 mileohd 70 y i i1- sDalvay3 00 won Shavuiw380sec mid j Celebration 4 00 third Six starters Time 1 42 35 505 Sept 0 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3JOO won 1 WninnHioinen509 second ofK 4 102 third Fiv6 Starters liino 139 4500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three vdaroldfl lord upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 8 07 won Port Royal I 112 second Felipe Luga tS 07 third four starters Time 1 rib 35 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105 won Dulyay 110 second Toledo 105 third Three starters Time 142 75 dollars Oct 22 Kansas City Tho Foster Tro phy Handicap twoyearold and upward tmileDalvay 31 112 Lyon Otto Stlfel 3107 second McGeo 4J 120 third Six starters Time 1391 4 140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongs McGeo 4117 won Otto Stoifol 3 111 second Dalvay 3 118 third Seven starters Time 112 25 dollars t21 Kansas City Purse three v c iIW1 1 yearold and upward one mileDal vay 13 103 won Harbor 3 01 second Foristcr 3J 01 third Four starters t Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1005 Dalvay started three time and was once unplaced His winnin races follow Jan 19 Los Ahgeles Puree all age 5 6 furlongs Dalvay 4 103 won Tin Hurst 3 04 second Passadcna 3 IX third Eiglitstrirtcrs Time 103 f32l Feb 1 Los Angeles Purse all ages furlongs Dalvay 4 114 won Tom Paym 4 105 second Ora Viva 5 108 third Four starters Time 1 18J6 325 In 1000 Dalyny was started twice At Brighton Beach July 20 ho finished t good fourth after having been practice ly loft at the postand Aug 13 at Sari broke dowel 1dlos not since beer unlined Itwillrbenbted that in hit race atHarlem Sept 91004 Dalvny gar alpllnl 580 defeating a number of tht fastest horses in tho West He won pulled up ly twp lengths and could ur q have made better tim had ItbeenIlecessary4 Jn all Dalva won races wU lfoulthncs sec ond once third and four times unplaced His winning totaled D200 This most excellent horse will nlak- the c season of 1008 at the stable ofTlipe Coulee 1 west of Stanton at time lov ncrylce fee of 1000 This is an excellent opportunity fo Potion cgunty armcrs to get the scrv iQeif a thoroughbred house There Is no letter in the State I IhoWill Be President This is a presidential year arid every man must read to keep post td cri politics Th- eCourier=Journal HENRY W AT1E SON Edftorr Isa penjoortitic Newspaper but I prints the news as it develops On Dollar a year is the price of th Weekly CourierJourna dirt you can get that paper awl THE TIMES ilOTII ONE YEAR FOIl One DollarI- fyou will giye or send your ordej to this papernot to the Courier Journal The Republican party has jut spoiled overythiiiK After nmk lug tlib fatted trust and bloated bondholders who have kept then in power 50 years Ted dy In to spito tho Democrats be- caUse o didnt like him IL turned an honest deal and they caused the panic to get rid o Teddy end his policies says at exchango Yes but Teddy ii doing so has killed himself witl iris own party r i To Retire from PoliticS Beckham it is claimed will re= tire from active State politics It would have been much bettor for both him and the DemocratI- C party if Tie had retired two years ago notwithstanding his splendid record as Chief Execu tive of Kentucky Learn to do things without bee ing nervous over them use the power of repose Because so ma ny of our young people forget to take care of themselves we have all artily of nervous invalids instead of strong men and women Democrats of Boyle county are very indignant and have public ly denounced their Itepresentn tiveEW Lillard as a traitor because he voted for Bradley They have called upon him to re shgn The Montgomery County Poultry Association has been organ ized ut Mt Sterling with forty members Postmaster Ben W Hall a leading fancier WAS e lected president urgeIn nfrttidgs D 0 Eewards will beat him un I less he soon gets out of jail No more long time subscriptions 0 so renew todaye I l fg EJlcli4 AYe RersrsTJe 148CQ 1bIR valtmblo remedy Is a HeartburnSick or Neron5 Heldscbo or KcrvonaDeblllty Prostration t crontadisordcred V Recommended by Physishns I- Pleaontto V t Inte It Is nt Jiccess iu tcvcrp casts rjfarltodieLCI1Ir trill soon bo In such nlrmoatr Two Sizes I OGc ctid S1C3 rr bos it- If drnsslit Coca have it rl send direct to F LiiiuiLlflta- nufactttrIn MUNOIE INDIANA U onIICircular mrd Teillmontals tent application Ejl Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 28 acres bot I tom land good of eight i rooms fine orchard j well wateredJJclose to churches and schoolall SIfromwill grow good crops of corn tobactJlco grass and other products bargain for some For partic ulars see J E Burgher ll play City ii IIDIP AN- DDISINFECTANT LIVE STeCI Tb all iioponin l qutxioi web eluna u4live Mock MIVI U Iww to not bee park ev muttop with live ma 1j IIHmdiPDdcidi Uood onodospr psnd 0110 r it wit hp shad aDd Ibrih jjoa Hoeenlehn aeeentsgdlouwiea diIu and dnbrilwiOIIcnIfJOlcollQl ate Hr enao l it w0lo U ru dealer CODDOIPC l fC1mcrn JwISks call d rwed THE HYCENO DISINFECTANT CO CLEVELAND OHIO j In Presidential Year 1908 1- i Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read Independent Newspaper rITHEEVENING POST DURING THE YEAR l008ICOSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY FREEA New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Front Isaac Shelby to Augustus E WHIson 1I1t IIIRI1IM r S ztstenceEveryJUST OFF TILE 1JtESS It the new Kentucky map Engraved especially tar the Evening Post at a cost of 1509 In addition ij thli uptothoinlnuts Kentucky map and pictures of all Ken I- l tuckyj Governors the census of all Kentucky Riven with pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of all 11 1 nations steamship routes statistical data In addition to tile above there are nine maps of equal value Including the Philippines Porto Rico Hawaii Alaska late maps of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western Hemis pheres report of the last three national census and much other historical In formation Tills unique and valuableAllan 1 FHKK to ALL EVENING POST nun t RCIUllEItS It not now o subscriber aend fJOO for a full years subscription by mall or 1200 for six months subscription Understand that the ie rates are by mall only and that subscription Price by carrier or agent Is 10 centa per week The Evening Post Is drat everything baa the most State newt and best t market reports 1 e A dally newspaper for the homeIThe Evening Post LOUtSlILLEKVj l1Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post With This Patfcr Sulky Plow dwelling THRiFTY AMBRIDGE I The Cambrldeo Rovcrslble Sulky Plow Is tho highest type of 0 the twentieth centuryconstructed on correct lolllnllllo prlnolplea It la tho pertee0tlInC Jwbae of It The demand o the dmea hasteen lor a better riding plowthe Oambrlilcomoots that domand and only needs to be tried to ItldlnFplowevorbo110 eqjlauy won og evcl ian olon tllO treflf1Chto drat0 than gay fiaml plow dolns the ableIroneztra heavy etoel wheels alai dust cap toman3aor SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED BY ANYONE WHO CAN DRIVE A TEAM thenmbrld jtulri1neaYPattOarmf sonr town 9Int to make you a IjpoClIJ11rIClo Offer andII THE LOVEJOY COMPANY fOi pay TI jBAfiBBIpOl M Y or vey not Pharmacist one Ky ASW Itran In Mad la- Two SUea 1 THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mar 12 19Of LOCAL BREVITIES James Br Hall of Lexington vas in the city Saturday Dr Wra OMartin move ucsday to the Richardsonprop rty Robert Russell has been very ick this week with stomac rouble Raymond Knox of Levee was n the city Tuesday enroute t he mountains to buy cattle Mrs 0 W Campbell who has een very sick for some time is ble to be on the street again R P Rose has recently put ip a steam grist mill at Walters jibe and will do custom grind ng Circuit Court will convent at Stanton Monday We learn the docket will be much lighter that the usual March term Mormon elders are again work ing in Clark county Their re ligious beliefs are anything but commendable to cultured com munties O 0 Fly n Jas G Easter Mr Vallmer and W 0 Rose were iniatiated into the order of Royal Arcanum at Lexington Monday night Squire John Snowded of Ir vine was hero last week to see his mother Mrs Wm Snowden of Waltorsville Mrs Suowdei has been very sick for sometime J E Niblack has purchased of Mrs B Littlepago a dwelling and four lots in the eastern por tion of the city for 850 00 cash Mr Niblack has moved to his new property SwannDay Lumber Company are rebuilding the planing mil burned at Jackson Rome time since Some of the old machines are here now in the madam shops for repair Joe Holman who recently has a sale of all his personal proper ty has moved to Sampsel Mo where he will live in the future Mr Holman is a good citizen whom we regret to lose The bridge at Bowen is complete and the approaches arm also about completed and in a few days the bridge will be ready for travel The bridge at Stan ton will also soon be completed A E Barnett tC Son are run ning It great bargain sale Everything in tho store is oflerei tit cost for cash This sale wil last for a few days only Now ji the time to save a lot of money See their ad elsewhere Note change in Winchester Drug Companys ad This Urn is very prompt with mail orders nnd have earned a reputation for pure and fresh articles They are worthy of our readers patronage Go see them when in Winchester To all whp will pay up all fir rearages and one in advances we will send the SouthernAgricul turist free for ono ye rIf you want it dont forget tqnsk for it The Agriculturist is one of the beet farm papers published r George Littlepage is at Sardis Miss with many other Powel boys employed in the big say and planing mill there Mrs Randell Stokley died at Winchester and was brought here and buried on Black Creel Saturday She leaves two chil dren besides her husband She formerly was a Miss Pasley of Estill county Wm Johnson has again leases the Central Hotel and will remain there for another year For a while it was reported that Mrs Jennie Russell owner of the propertywould again take charge but she has given up the idea For a considerable time there has been too much loafing aboui the depot The City authorities and the railroad people have decided to break it up J G Eas ter has been appointed Duputy Marshal and will make things in terestingfor the loafers hereafter Wm McIntosh has moved to the Nibluck property he recently purchased in this city Mr Me Intosh is a Civil war veteran 01 the Union side and is known ni Sick Bill to distinguish him from two other Wm Mclntoshes win resided in the neighborhood where he formerly lived A Mall Order Deal A rather amusing story is told on a man who went into the Big Sandy hardware store in this city and wished to purchase an ax says the Paintsville Herald Being shown the article and informed that the price was 1 15 he said Why I can get the sume kind of an ax from a mail order house for 00 cents Very well said the hardware man I will give it to you for the same price provided that you will do the same with me as you would them All right replied the custom er as ho handed ove a dollar bill the merchant giving back ten coats in change Now said the hardware man I want 2t cents more to pay express charg es which the purchaser gave him Now give me five cents more for money order fees and postage which the purchaser had to land over Now how much did your as cost you One dollar and twenty cents said the customer Not so cheap after all said the merchant where upon he picked up the ax tossed it back on the shelf and told the customer to call for it in ten days as that would be as soon as he could get it if he had or dered it from ti mail order house N No more longtime subscriptions SO renew today STEVENS WHEN YOU SHOOT II You want to HIT what you are aiming at bell bird but or target Make your shots count by shooting the STEVENS For 41 years STEVENS ARMS have cairlderrREMlER HONORS for ACCURACY Qur Lnet Rifles Shotluns Pistols 1 Ask yens alrIaslat on tli STKVliNS If you csnmit obtata we direct trry2reldd upcn receipt ofcaUlna price ISInd 1Je eiwilibeJr Stevens Arms Tool Co P O Box t098 omCOPBBFALLS MASS u s + o The Lucky Quarter Is the one you payout for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness con stipation nnd malaria If they dis appoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at SwannDay Lum ber Gos store Fruit All Right Yet It is hoped the cool frosty mornings will continue for some days yet so as to hold the fruit back until there will not be so much danger of it being killed later All fruit is safe so far and the buds were considerably swolen by time few warm days last week Owing to fruit failure last year everybody is longing for a good crop this year All the fruit bloomed last year in Mardi and was killed by tbe unusual cold April weather Best Neater In the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my vet erinary business Price 25c at SwannDay Lumber Gos store Passes The House Tht Sullivan educational bill providing for a complete change in the management of the public school of the State and requiring the establishment of a high school in every countypassed the House The Jrecelius tobacco bill providing for the sale or purchase of pooled tobacco passed both houses of the Legislature after the adoption of an amendment providing a penalty for the purchase of pooled tobacco only when the buyer knows tie tobacco to have been pledged Good for Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco sayshI fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medi cine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt andefficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists counter as a blood purifier it is un equaled 50 cents at SwonnDav Lumber Cos store A Saving Plan Let a young man at twenty put 20 at interest instead of spend ing it for tobacco Then at the beginning of time next year repeat it and include also the principal and interest of the preceding year ind thus continue so to do from year to year until he shall have reached the age of 70 the amount he would realize would exceed 8000000 How ninny of our young men will try it No Use to Qle- III have found out there is on use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Disc yery says MrsJ P White of Rushboro PatI would not be alive today only for that wonder fulmedicine It loosens upa cough quicker than anything else and cUres lung disease oven after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asth ma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee atSwannDay LumberCos store 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Let J Pi Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction always t 1t m i Its to Your Interest fo spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in J Dry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Fur- nishingsm Groceries IInt d ware Huaness Saddlery H Farming Implements and etc I Our Prices are Right I So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest I market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties andall kinds of timber which you may have n- rtosell Dont forget the place IA E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall 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 said ofour 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 SwannDay Lumber Co INCORPOHATID Clay City Ky v rwvTTTTTsvv szrewswcw crsnTrwa r vr rr rT iTTT7 T7 fINSURE WITH SON AgontbhOver 200000000 Represented aboutEvery one who knows anything insurance know t they are leaders in this line frfrfrfc HMHH + t++ + Powell County Court Whereas nn election was hold in th county of Powell on the 26th day February 1008 for tho purpose of tnk Ilg the sense of the legal voters of sal PROFESSIONAL CARDS N14441W411111 WNIII411111411II4NI IIN4NNN R A iRVlrt M1 D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I BI RI SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY r HowsYour f 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 liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy side 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- sThedWs BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been tile standby in thousands of homes and Is today the favorite liver medicine in the world It acts gently on tlo liver and kid neys and does not Irritate the bowels It cures constlniticn relieves con gestion and purities the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body in pcifsct hnalth Price 2Sc at all druggists and dealersTest It THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulantcovcringand per furnishingAntiseptic gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight In gold Criminal to bo without It Sold by druggists Money returned if net satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE CASTERI Convex bottomfits all stoves Gr4 catches the crumbs Os he1 fifth slice or hea or CoffeePot Touts l tn two minutes Thewlre cone trows the heat of a bed of coals j w Sale by Dealers IIMIHS bLL1S Manufacturers 1 Ann Arbor Michigan I it tee County upon the proposlllon ns to whether or not splritous vinous ore malt liquors should be sold buttered ofor loaned therein and whereas tho to suit of the vote of said election has j been canvassed old certified by tho Board of election Commissioners of Powell County Kentucky now we the undersigned legal voters of said coun ty desire to and propose to and do con test said election upon the following grounds towit 1st Because tho petition filed with the County Judge was not signed by legal voters in each precinct of the ter ritory to bo affected equal to twenty = live per cent of the vote cast in ouch of said precincts at the lust preceding general election 2nd Because the petitioners to said petitions failed to deposit with the County Judge of Powell county previ ous to tho making of tho order for said election money in amount suillcicnt to pay for printing and posting advertise ments as provided for and the fee the Clerk for making entries in the Order Book3rd Because the election Is illegal and void for tho reason that the Coun ty of Powell with the exception of the town of Clay City was a prohibition county mid the election should have been held in the town of Clay City to vote on the question stated in the bal lot voted and used at said election 4th Because the ballots used atsald lndIthe officers of the election could and atI5th Because the officers of the elec tion in each precinct in said county permitted divers and sundry persons to come and stay in the room where the vote was being taken and permitted thom to examine and see how many if not all the voters voted by seeing and I inspecting the voters ballot before same was deposited in tho box Because tho election officers IIfnld to make and sign tho certificate certificateIfailed to publicly declare tho result of the vote as provided law 8th Because un emblem was used on tho ballots used at said election without any right or authority of law and without a request from either side or any person Oth Because by tho use of the emb lem towit tho inible over the Yes and the bottle with a snake crawling out of the bottle and a glass by the hot tie over the No that the traditional reverence for the sacred volume in this a Christian land prejudiced tho voter and prevented a fair and impur tial exercise of his judgment in the de cision of the question submitted for his action and did control the action of the voter and caused votes to bo cast Iin favor of prohibition because the rot er was by reason of his inherited rev j erenco for the open Bible unwilling to cast his vote against it no matter what his real sentiment will upon tine ques tion submitted at this election 10th Because money was used by persons who were working for and fa vored prohibition and votes wore bought mud paid for by said persons and said votes illegally voted for prohibition llth Because tho olllcers of the e lection in each of tho precincts in said countyjiermitted illegal voters to vote after their vote hud been challenged lthliccausu the olilcera of the e lection in each of till precincts refus ed to cause tho voters to bo sworn and questioned when their votes had been challenged and wrongfully permitted I said votes to bo voted for prohibition 18th Because the election officers permitted voters who did nut live in Powell County and whoso votes wore challenged to vote at said election for prohibition14thIlecausetime election officers in each of till precincts in Powell County negligently and carelessly refused rand failed to conduct tho election and to certify to some as provided by hw Matt Coulee It T KennonS 11 W Russell If I S Boono Y 0 Bowen John Carr D It Daniel II Q Wnnnbiith E N Wilson 0 II Mackey Jas Bloom- Jnadtogers l Chas KuHfull T By their Attorney Henry Watson f Jeff tolville Messrs D Hi mis aiiil Win Tanner are on ho sid list Mr Press Arnold recently mov ed from Olay City to our neigh borhood Miss Virfiie Halley who is at tending school nt Ilichmoiu spout a few days with homo folks last week Miss Nannie Welch has return ed after making a visit of sever al weeks to kinsfolks at Rossl hand Stanton Mrs J A Lipps and son Wilbur of Lexington attended tho funeralof Mrs Lipps father Mr Chase Friday Mr 11 D Garter of Norton Va was at the bedside of his fatherinlaw Mr Chase tho first of the week Mr J 11 Chase ono of cur most honored citizens died March 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