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THE CLAYsy TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We art here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves I E BurgherIobl I sherIVOL XIII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH M J908 NO 11I 11 I f I y A GOODr AllTime Resolution j j i l IjbegmStock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 t I iC SHIMFESSEL 1 T IWANE fi MFG Go X Winchester Ky t RR We iaijufacture easn to Floorrog doors Ceiling r Blinds Weatherboarding Verandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts for and us Your ISend Shipments 1 A LetterTo Friends When you visit Winchester Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG Drugs Stationery Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and SupplieR i Premo Cameras I 11 j r and Records and Door from Corner Main do Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q MUSS and D C Props Some Bad Moves Heraldsays eighteen citizens of Mercer and Andderson counties will in the next month sell out and emigrate to Oregon These folks should have road that article in the Olay City Times last week from a Kentuckian whot that state The greenest fields are farthest sons decoyed thence usually re gret iV and they find out that yiesalpe effort here as enoughNwithout the move YJi ofS rv t Ift J We are Headquarters Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing Etc estimates Kentucky Ky CO FOR Paints Columbia Graphophone DUNIOAN The Harrodsburg tellstruthsabout always awayanilper it Split In Convention In the Republican convention in the 1st district a split result ed in two feets of delegate one side f Fairbanks and the other for Taft The iron rulings ofI Snoring Senator DeBoo was too much for the decent Taft men hence the division NOTICE to Members of Lodge No 171 IOO F All members of this Lodge are specially requested toboat the first meeting in April Business offimportauce t i i d ji t4 0 rr I Twelve Months Dead bine By order of the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas second dass matter to subccribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and allsubscribers 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 Circuit Court Circuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge J M Benton presiding and Com monwealths Attorney B A Orutcher present The Judges instructions to the grand jury were very plain and emphatic He scored the violators of the local option laws in the county outside of Clay City He said Clay City had been lo cal option since the recording of the result of the recent election in the County Court March 8 1008 He instructed the grand jury to make indictments against any one selling liquor in the town for violating the local op tion law since then Ho also saidI that the effect of the the State license fee of 200 each by the two saloons in this city on January 8 1007 to County Clerk Robt Blackburn enabled these saloons to sell liquor in Clay City from January 8 1007 to January 8 1008 and that these saloons were subject to indictment for selling euso from Jan uary 3 Withbutmro1i81908 an from to date for selling territory The saloons have not closed and the proprietors seem deter mined to test the ruling of Judge Benton in the highest court Judge Benton is fearless in the execution of the law on all points and he is being highly commended for his stand on the enforcement of same Is Business liens Club A mass meeting of the Busi ness men of Clay City has been called to meet in the schoolhouse Saturday night for the purpose of organizing a Business Mens Club or Commercial Club the old organization having about passed away Every man interested in the up building of Clay City and Powell county should come out on this occasion and help to make the organization a success It is the Commercial Club of Winchester that made that town famous as a hustler That club has done things for the Gate way city that could not have possibly been otherwise accomplished The same thing can be don for Clay Oity so far as we have resources by a concentrated effort on the part of our business men Let us all come out and do our best to revive the old town All we need is a strong steady pull and we can get thereOur neighboring towns are reaching out for greater things and are getting them We should not be content to hobble along in the rut There are a number of enterprises that should do well hero and which could be located here if they could only see our- advantagess thoyrebllyare- V What Will be the Outcome Some are predicting a victory for the trust in the present tobac co war It may win but usually when these Kentuckians proper ly stirred up as they are now it takes something to subdue thenI if it is possible to do so at all When they took a notion to have free turnpikes they got them and they proceeded as they have against the tobacco trusts The only way the trust can pos sibly succeed is by getting the weed grown elsewhere But as it is so very expensive to build tobacco barns and otherwise pre parfito grow and house a crop it is likely they will fail irt this And again just any one cannot grow tobacco and properly care for it It is a science that it takes a good while to learn It now looks like the growers will come out victorious and they have hitI upon the right plangrow no tobacco this year A Six Page Paper Increased advertising lust week and this compelled us to enlarge the Times to a six page papery We hope tosee a continuation off this patronage that we may make the enlargement a permanent feature for of such is the life of all good country newspapers S J Miller of Sage this coun ty is selling his real and personal property and will leave next week for Stancion New Mexico Mr Miller spent a large part of last year in the territory and likes it very much Legislature Adjourns The Legislature came to a close Wednesday after a most stormy session Some good acts have been passed but upon the whqle it seems to us that it could have been made better Some of the most important matters were killed while others were never brought up The State has been out on the past session about 75000 00 and it is very doubtful- if it has been worth the pric Tis good for the people that it meets but onto in two years During its session the General Assembly passed in till ninety two bills The Governor has signed nineteen vetoed two and has the remaining seventyone under consideration The total appropriation bill was 1411200 which is much less than was expected One Year in the Pen Walter R Day who served as State Treasurer during the Tay lor reign at Frankfort was found guilty of obtaining money under false pretenses at Hazard and was setenced to the penitentiary for one year Day was accused of forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a note which was discounted by the Hazard Na tional Bank Now In Alaska John T Welch a former Powell boy is now located at Tread well Douglas Island Alaska where he is employed in ii gold mining camp over 1500 other men He writes home that the winter there this year is nothing like as severe as he expected and says lie hIs seen as cold weather in Kentucky at times as he had seen there this winter The Spring Equinox occurs Sunday March 22 at which time Spring is supposed to begin On this day the days and nights are of equal length IS1 i 1 AWtt1 pw1R 71 +Li YVWF kiB l Sacrifice Sale Beginning ontTHURSDAY We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store con sisting of b 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 and get choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINSld Mrs WN Bush I 111M THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVKllY THURSDAY J C Burgher Publisher Snbcriptioii Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 5 Cents Entered as seconddnss mall matter Thursday March 19 1008 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal SI 00 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Beckham and CourierJournal Governor Beckham doesent like the CourierJournal and in Ins speech at the banquet given by the Young Mens Democratic Club at Frankfort Thursday night spoke of that sheet as fol lows all of which is universally known to be true experience is worth aught if the lessons of the past have taught us anything we should know it is almost essential to the partys success that we should have a democratic newspaper in the city of Louisville The Dem ocrats of Kentucky should de mand it and they will get it For twelve years the CourierJournal has fattened upon Democratic patronage and fought Democratic nominees In 1805 it helped to defeat Hard n and the Democratic ticket and to put into power the first Republican administration in this State In 1890 it fought Bryan and gave the State to McKinley In 1890 and1897 it fought the Democratic nomi nee for the United States Senate and encouraged the bolters to send a Republican to the Senate II safety of this Bank In 1897 it fought the Democratic nominee for Appellate Clerk but that year we had a Democratic newspaper in Louisville and car ried the State by 17000 In subsequent years it made some efforts to establish itself in the Democratic party having lost so heavily n its circulation list and being influenced by greed rath er than by principle In 1908 it pretended to sup port while really oppposing the Democratic State ticket In 1007 it did everything in its pow er in a convert way to defeat the State ticket and in the present session it sent its most unscrupulous and dishonest representa titves with the managing editor at the head to fight the Demo cratic nominee for Senator and to help elect the Republican can didate And yet it claims to be a Democratic paper 1 It is the best asset possessed by the Re publican party in this State It professes to be for Mr Bryan whom its editor cordially hates that it may the more effectively knife him in the coming cam paign We have heard several names mentioned as candidates for sheriff Among them being T B Ware A P Johnson G B Coulee and F G Powell All of these men are good melT good Democrats and either of them would make an eflicient officer We would like to vote for all of them in the primary and only wish that the oflice was large e nough to accommodate all of them Tis time to announce now gen tlemen and the Times will be pleased to publish your announce ment for the usual fee Come a round to see us The same is true of all qther officers of the county It has nil along been rumored that if the Legislature failed to t ii= t SAFETY i When you are asked to put your money in a bank you have a right to know and should know just how and why that bank is 0 safe We want you to understand the reasons for the supreme oro t The Clay City National ankIE is organized under the National Banking Law and is under stant supervision of the United States Government itjNot less than five sworn reports must be made each year and these are always called for an unexpected date in the past The af ioio fairs of this bank must always be in such shape that we can make a satisfactory detailed statement to Uncle Sam for any past date that 0the Comptroller of the Currency may pick t i Q This means daily readiness These outImust be verified by the expert Bank sends here to thoroughly examine this Bank I expected times tq This Bank has PAID IN CAPITAL of 5000000 Surplus of t780000 and under the Federal Banking laws applying to Nation IalBanks its stockholders are liable for 5000000 making f together 10780000 which stands not as the total security altoItyou but as the margin of security protecting its depositors Allof r sum must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny I ti This Bank is restricted by law to conservative business methods againstI 1 i burglary dischargeI= Q All of these things coupled with conservative management insured by the careful personal attention constantly given the Banks affairs by 3anotable able Board of Directors assure our patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essentialof a good Bank t+ t- t The Man Who Hides His Money t I Robbers and often Loses His InvitesI + vKvM + ++ ++ + a I o pass the County Unit Bilnl extra session of the Lqnistature would at once be called to pass this measure but there has been a sudden change since the elec tion of U S Senator Wonder if that was a part of the original deal There is to bo no extra session anyway Whatever may bo said of Governor Beckham and his temperance record he had no whiskey at the banquet of the Frankfort Young Mon Democratic Club last week and could not have been this time for effect He is nota candidate any longer I John CL 0 Mayo the noted mountain cipitalist of Paints ville is being favorably spoken of for Congress by Democrats The Hon John M Stovensorij of Winchester is also favorably spoken of Make It Yourself There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent authority who writes for readers of a large Eastern daily paper will be highly appreciated by those who sufferGet from anv good pharmacy onehalf ounc Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime j also drink plentyof goodwater It is claimed that there are few victim of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mix permanentIoure This simple recipe is said to engthen and cl ise the elimina- t tissues of the CidnehB tint they can filter and stra1n from the blood and system thb poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numerous oth er diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suf fers from any urinnry trouble whatever should not hesitate tc make up this mixture as it is certain to do much goodand may savr you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them We never saw so many clever men before at Stanton asIwere there Monday Election of coun ty officers soon to be a question Wonder if that had any to do with it- Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is u blood or constitutional disease and in order to pure it you must toke internal remedies HullsCatarrJi Cure is ta keh internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous sin faces Malls Catarrh CUrt is not a quack medicine Jt is prescribed by one or the best physicians in this coun try for years and is u regular pro scription til comprised of the best tonics known combined with the heat blood purifiers acting di rectly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free Yi JCliENEY4 CO Toledo O Sold by nil Druggists 75c j foWHullls Fttinilj Pillsx- t for con gtitmtion 7 t10f c j t SPECIAL jourh forth The merit work and FOR APRIL coune gethettrer teo regal tc- repor It During the month of April we will putfence on Sale all the the o TIt- colle Left Overs Short Lengths tits E an- ceand Odds arid EndsUiICe Luml In Dress Goods which will includeAP9e some of the best things in our immensetitgL t Ie c stock of staple and fancy goods This HOl will bea Cleanout Clearout andal lf Cleanup sale to make room for our and nigh ttcceSPRINGA which will begin to come in in a shortCUI whilesineliar alw coin fair Mrs J W WllhasgUll tim britCIMf 1 a 7 cooing The Whitest White Cake Bay bac The Lightest Light Rolls the And Flakiest Biscuit t all Are lllmlo Wlifen You UJio1Cthe Pearl and Bakers Pride Flourfat Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteeda c MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants pa L The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Coughs and Whooping Cough Sold under positive guarantee Your money returned ifit ever fails is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with log w4trvomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your ed chalets Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bttlewiFOR SALEBY DRUGGISTSrTHE ILESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY M Pprs Fhdlay Obit so 2130 Syracuse EASY WashersFwere ordered for 30 days trial by readers of our advertising In pre medium only 112 only were returned from all causes It must bo assumed that the 2018 people who kept and paid returningtheThey kept it because it solved tho washing problem for them You tryitThey mostpositive requestAskmachine Pages 320 tell you how to cut washing expense In half ands vc I 3JJ4teUDODGE lr ZUIUL 25 Dlllaya B I dg Syracuse N Y Council Meets Again The Oily oouncil met at an ad Li jourhed meeting Saturday night for the purpose of making settlement with the Marshal The work was considered too tedious and lengthy for the night so councilmen 0 near and Kors to ether with the Clerk and Treas urer were appointed a committee to make the settlement and report to the council at its next regular session It was decided to replace the fence in the front of the school house yard with an iron fence as the old one is about rotted down The Marshal was directed to collect all tax duo thp city by the sale of property in accord ance to law and to proceed at onceIn the fall of 1000 SwannDay Lumber Company gave to the Assessor the total amountof property in this city for taxation at 80000 They were raised by the city Board of Supervisors to 40000 The company has all along refused to pay only on the assessment as made out by them and at the meeting Saturday night made a tender of the tax accordingly This the council accepted and let the matter drop A Joke on Society of Equity A wail is conning from Mercer county on account of the cessa tion of marriages in that county since Leap Year came in and the Harrodsburg Democrat which i always boosting the grand old county refers to the county fair belles ns slow girls Ther- has been only eight marriage lie cense issued in the county since the beginning of Leap Year a gainst twentyfive for the same time last year There has been but one license issued since Feb ruary 1st TK The Democrat can only ac count for if except it is the work ing of the Society of Equity I says the boys all have their to Emcee in the pool consequently they have no money and for th latter reason must keep shy of the fair sex and thereby shut of- all 1 opportunity for proposal on the part of the girls If this state of affairs exist we fail to see how the Democrat can call them slow girls Give them a chanceThe Old Subscriber We sometimes wonder if news paper men generally appreciate the old subscriber at his true val ue We mean the old standby Who takes the home paper year after year through evil as well payshisthe same as he would any other thingtheslow lo wrath He willover look many little slights from the editor slights which the man who borrows his readings would not stahd for a minute No more long time subscriptions so renewtdday i r TREESI FRUIT ORNAHENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden ur Srawberry PlntsarEMoney Makers Try them Write for FREE Catalogue We t have no Agents 4 f1 Hi F HiLenmeyer Sons L8AOTOH KY Just a Sample Copy We this week send to a number 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 together with an additional fifty cents for a year in advance and then you are headed for two more years Dont delay this but send in today Langley Speaks for Old Soldiers Representative Langley of the Tenth Kentucky district address ed the House Saturday on the subject of pensions the general pension appropriation bill being under consideration His long traning in the pension work of the Government made his speech of more than ordinary interest to members He urged that State militiamen be given a pensiona ble status and that the law gov erning the removal of charges of desertion be liberalized so that the charge may be removed wherever there was no intention desertsHfe also paid a tribute to the Kentuckyspenesion because of prior Confederate service be removed His appeal for 1 a day for all veterans including the militiamen was liberally applauded on both sides of the House ThQ speech created a good impression and undoubtedly helped the cause of the mil itiamen whether his bill passes thotconclusion of his speech Mr Langley was warmly congratulat ese pecially by hiss colleagues Kentucky About Easter Eggs In our observance of Easter few stop to consider that the quaint old custom of egggiving is a sur vival of Saxon times We find many stories of eggs hares and rabbits in Germany associated with the joys of childhood on Easter day and in France the Easter eggs are made of mani fold and costly devices In Ire land and Scotland the children are taught to break eggs in the form of a cross Queerest of all colored eggs are offered at high mass in Russia With all these precedents behind us it is no wonder that we have a gala time at Washington and that on Easter day democracy rules supreme on the sloping White House lawu From early morning until six at night the children roil eggs and though no one knows who started the custom the Ameri can child does his share in inau gurating another spring and showing in a material way the joy with which the ancient festi val of Easter fills mankindThe Now Idea Attempted Arson A large tobacco barn of Judge Lewis Apperson Montgomery county i was saturated with coal oil and set on fire Sunday night The fire was dicovered by two men in time to extinguish the flames Judge Apperson refuses sayshogardless of the consequences White Men Shot by Blacks Four traveling men were shot from ambush by negroes in Web stercounty The negroes were friends of Jake McDowell who shot the Deputy town Marshal of Providence and thought the traveling men were members of a mob on the way to Dixon to lynch McDowell J B Barry of Louisville and P B Carter were Badly wounded McDowell was J taken to Henderson for safe keeping and when the mob from Providence arrived at Dixon the prisoner was not there Four ne- groes have been arrested on the charge of shooting the traveling- men In Florida In a letter to his mother Dr D Clay Lilly in telling of his recent trip to Florida says he ran into quite a number of Kentuck iansamong whom were Dr Gardner and his mother of Irvine Mrs J B Blackburn of Stun ton and Mrs Hunt a daughter of Rev Crowe formerly of this county All seem to be enjoying their stay in the land of flow ersEstill Herald To all who will pay up all 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 Coudhed Continually StTOItX TESTIMONY bj Sire Mary O SuperiorCourt tt I coughed continu ally for six months lungs sorehad constant pain in chestand was much emaciated could find no relief After twothirds of my first bottle of PISOSCURE my health began to improve and 1 soon grew strong and fat testimonyfrom convinced the Court secured for us a rma nent Injunctlonagainsta centuryIlsoslieving the most obstinate and colds of both bronchial and pulmon ary nature she It n fair trial and It will cure you The man with the front usual ly wins He always wins if he has power behind that front Hemp is now worth 110 a ton the highest price for a num farmersItobacco Revolution in School Government The school bill which changes altogether the present school system so for as it regards the employment of teachers is concern ed By the provision of the new bill the teachers of country schools will he employed by a County Commissioner of which the County Superintendent will be Chairman After the selec tion of teachers the school will be under the direction of one commissioner in each district It is a complete revolution in the common school that may not prove as bomfi inlas has been predicted oUaJ anPaltrrnaseldlnthUetedItatss CO II o McC ll MaaaalefTheQnenof Fi htanhu more ub cnSer Onl rnrubsuipll n 12 nnmtter COM 30 crntH Latest 1 cent Every wibicriber ten a McCall toI tern Free SuB cifte today lfandsrmepremlumsatUbraieash bin and Premium Catalogue ihowluf 4 + premium iiot tree Address TUB McCALL CO hew Yark I Now is the TimeT- o get Lots of Goods for Little Money For a few days will sell AT COSTDry Goods Clothing Hardwara Tinware Queensware Hats Caps Gloves Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes and Boots and many other articles For a Few Days Only Sugar 6 1 = 4 Cents per Pound Brown Coffee Is Best Flour 75 Sack BIG SAVING IN MONEY at this Sale Cone one and all Rich and Poor and got your Choice This Sale is for CASH Only w A E BARNETT SON ANNOUNCEHENTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor AVo are authorized to announce Join P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party Try Cereal Crops for a Change This partof Kentucky may not figure as prominently in Agricul ture stock raising and growing tobacco as our neighbor Blue grass counties but in the bounds of Powell county we are all at peaceHere the Night Riders are un known and with the easy con science our people have we can all lie down at night and sleep withput fears of being called out during the night and horsewhip ped or of having half our prop erty destroyed by fire or of hay ing some of our stock fed paris green because we refuse to do the bidding of some one else In the first place no tobacco is raised in our territory for the market and we feel none the worse off because we do not W e grow corn oats and hay and should grow more of these prod ucts because we have a home market for as much as we can raise of such articles and more too but we dont need to grow tobaccoOur sympathy however ex tends to our neighbors living in such a state of terror Many of the citizens of Montgomery and Clark counties are natives of this couunty and for this reason as well as many others we regret to see this state of lawlessness extending to these counties To avoid the trouble that is Sure to follow an attempt to raise tobacco this year we think the best thing for our Blugrass friends to do is to abandon the tobacco crop for all time and raise live stock wheat corn and etc Trusts dont control the market of these article and we believe their production will nev er give cause for night riding Origin of 0 K Several accounts have been given of the origin of 0 K says the Fairview Rewiew We think Kenucky is entitled to it About the time Kentucky became a State such advertise ments as Good Old Kentucky Salt Good Old Kentucky Whisky etc were frequent in the newspapers of the West On the barrels were Old Ken tucky salt or whisky as the cask contained These by ship ments became known as Old Kentucky As time passed and these articles uniformly stood the test good the shipper buy er and seller referred to them as Old Kentucky finally as 0 K meaning salt or whisky as the seller had The next was to denominate as0 K anything warranted good or correct and known to be so by the buyer or seller j The WarmtH of Newspapers A newspaper wrapped aroundj the body under the coat is as good as an overcoat for warmth A few newspapers spread between the quilts of a bed will make up for a lack of bed cloth ing upon a cold night One need not sufferfor insufficient clothing day or night if a few newspapers are at hand In fact we have known cases when one significant paragraph in a little 12x18 would make a man BO hot that he would shed his clothing in zero weather to fight the editor Ii r I j FREE To Our Subscribers Fora limited time we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE of charget r to each new or renewing subscriber a years subscription to the Southern Agriculturistt N shville 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 subscription has expired order NOW and get this i valuable present FREE We reserve the right to withwraw this pfier at any time so HURRY UP r The t day City Times I DALVAY Chesnut horse 6 by the Commoner son of Hanover and Margcrlne by Al gerine dam Levissa by Brutus second dam Llera by Fonso thlrddani Acident by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Bros Paris Ky and sold as a three yrold to M II Tichenor of Ohjcago Dalvays only start as a 2yrold was at Washington Park track Chicago on July 14 1903 when ho ran unplaced in a purse race won by Blumenthal with Dungannon second and Martius third As a3yrold however ho was well nigh invincible being inside the money In each of his starts With a single break where he finishedsecond Dalvay won eight straight rrces beating the best horses at the Chicago track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year 1001 Juno 29 Hawthorne Purse three yearold 6 furlongsPeter J Somers 122 won Dalvay 114 Second Singing Master 114 third Fourteen Starters Tliio115 25is5 l July 4 HawthornePuree 3yr olds one mile Ananias 100 won Dal vay 102 second jMispCrawford 104 third Seven Starters Time 1 41 85 75 July 16 Harlem Purse threeyrolds and upward 7 furlongsDalvay 3 93 won j Dont Ask Me 5 111 second Comrade 31 98 third Ten starters Time 12736 465 July 21 Hawthorne Purse 3yr olds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won MaJ T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Sixstarters Time 12885 500 July 24 Hawthorne Pureothreeyr olds and upward one mileDalvay 81 94 won Foncasta 8 89 second Greg or K4 99 third Six starters Time 141 f400 Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 116 miles Dalvay 3 102 won Jake 41108 second Fon soluea 5 107 third Five starters Time 147 85 3400 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds 1 mile Emp of India 102 won Dalvay 105 second Foncasta 105 third Seven starters Time 143 75 dollars Aug 29 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upwaard 1 mile Dalvay 8 106 won The Lady aged 104 second Peter Paul 3 93 third Six starters Time 1 40 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Pursu threeyear old and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 8 96 won Shawuna 81 86 second Celebration 4 99 third Six starters Time 142 35 500 Sept 9 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 8 100 won Wainamoinen600 second Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 180 500 Sept 15 1lawthorncPurse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 97 won Port Royal 5 112 second Felipe Luga 3 97 third Four starters Time 145 85 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds 1 mileJudge 105 won Dalvay 110 second Toledo 105third Three start ers Time 142 75 dollars Oct 22 Kansas CityThe Foster Trophy Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dalvay SJ 112 won Otto Stitch 3 107 second McGee 4 120 third Six starters Tune 18A3g 4140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongs McGeo 4 117 won Otto Steifel 3 111 second 118 third Seven starters Time 112 25 dollars Oct 29 Kansas CityPurse three i yearold and upward one mileDal vay 81 103 won Harbor 3 01 second Forist r 8J 91 third Four starters J Tune 140 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvay started three tunes and was once unplaced His winning races follow t Jan 10 Los Angejes Purse all ages 5Ji furlongs Dalvay 4J 103 won Tim Hurst 3 94 secqnd Passadcna 3 00 third Eiglitstarters Time 102 325 Feb 1 Log Angeles Purso all agcsO furlongsDalvay 4 114 won Tom Payne 4 105 second Ora Viva 5 108 third Four starters Time 118 325 In 1906 Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Beach July 26 he finished a good fourth after havingbeen practical ly left at the post and Aug 13 at Sara toga broke down andhas not since been trained It will be noted that in his race at Harlem Sept 01004 Dalvay ran amine in 139 defeating a number of the fastest horses in th West He won lulled up by two len the and couldu- Ruestionnbly have made b tter time necessary In all Dalvay won twelve races was four times sec ond once third aniifour times unplac ed His winning totaled 0200 This most excellent horse will make the season of 1008 at the stable of Thos Conlee 1 west of Stanton at the low service fee of 1000 This is an excellent opportunity for Powell county farmers to get the serv ice of a thoroughbred hoase There is no better in the State Denounce White Republicans The colored Republicans of Carlisle county held a mass meeting at BardSvell to protest a gainst the action of the white Republicans in refusing to allow the colored members of the par ty to participate in the recent county convention Strong resolutions were condemn ing the white Republicans and the meeting was quite tic Who Will Be President This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics T- heCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the hews as it develops One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly Courier Journal But yqt pan g r and THE TIMESB- OTH ONI YEAR FOR One DollarI- f you will giveor send your order to this papernot to the Courier JournalrJ s Farmers Arouscd Thoroughly frightened by the raid of the night riders in Wopd ford and Scott counties rode pendent farmers of those count ties and Fayette county are hastening to publish their inten ions not to raise tobacco this year One farmer who had already sowed his plant bed declar ed publicly his intention of plow i up himself Another said tick would have n large signboard erected on his farm bearing the announcement that no tobacco I wbuld be raised Oil his place and others have written fetJqr to their local newspapers announcing their acquiescence in the de mind of the Society of Equity 0 Schools in dod Cities A petition has been filed calling for a Local Option election 4n the city of Paducah It used to be that Local Option in a city was unheard of but lately it is different Bowling Green and Righmilnclntlretwo Kentucky cit jesthh n last year And Fotnethingsingular two State are located in tbeso cities y Gov Wilson signed the Sulli wan biirappropriatiiip 500000 fur the twp State uoamal ecoools and tho Kentiucky State College and it is now afaw Ain 4 Jlitsmallpox has Broken out LVwiscQiinty J r r 818Ell AVe eureforburn Acidity or or Boar Slcknr Nervous Headache General 11aoddcrvdoondiUol orthOB alPleaiaotary to diet only In fery severe coses The stomach will boon1 be In ineb a healthy condition that one can cat moat any kind tlrS60c 11 ir ilc does not have It send direct tow 11 FLSHINKLEraSMnnufacturng Pharmacist MUNCiE INDIANA Clrenlart and TtittmonMt unt on h I application V Good Farm For Sale c Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bottom land good dwelling of eight rooms i fine orchard well t those to churches and school nilSnecessary outbuildingsthree mil a from Clay City pn good road Lund 1 will grow good crops of corn tobac rl co grass and other products Assbargain for some ones For ulars see J E Burghert pip AN- DDISINFECTANT THRIFTY IJVESTbC Tan onI tatioa4ltinnar4lipckirlwloiluoo the perk a mo with ILao t Rmr Thrper iy JIOPIwohAa t M ia IL- s a adO ad rilwlaI Ia nosdj u diner ealfeIet adwiIItaUaad to IlllifI akYHltd bs A me HYCENO DISINFECTANT Co CLEVELAND OHIO 1 I- Ia Presidential Year1908 TOee WkQ Ii The flLU eUShou1stReadI-l Aai Independent Newspaper mE EVENiNG PoST DURING TI3E YEAR 10COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY I FREE=A New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Frw Isaac Shelby to Ainstns E Willson All of Renroeky OoTernor The only complete collection now In existence IBeery Eras Kentuckian should have a copy In his home or once JUST OFF TIlE PRESS Is the new Kentucky map It Engraved especially for the Evening Post at a coat of 1500 d KentnekYapictures of all the President of the United States Ruler and Plat of all nation tearoihb routes itatlitlcal data In addition to the above there are nine map of equal value Including the Philippines 10rtoRleoJlawall Alaskarlate mapsof the United State P namaCanal Eastern and Western formation phere report of the last three national census and much other historical In t SUBSCItIDERBmall or fZ 00 for ilz months ubcrlptlon Understand that these rates are by lJ mall only and that subscription price by carrier or agent Is 10 cent per week The Evening post U flrt In everything has the most State news and best market report A dally newspaper for the home 1 The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price OH Atlas ail Eveiiag Post With This Paper i 11111SIIkr Plow MflR1DGE I jibltIcbtncorrect eohanloal I1 e rteosndlnlr j banIbeeenforemoat that demand and only gIIeonrlaee the farmer that It prlonJ plendidSu1lde win leave the eoamoot cad mfrldweaD furrows workwith l lighter than any hand awe UD mana J team NeaIron znalleebI as capandlllallqll always under perfect control SUCCESSFULLT OPERATE IY ANYONE WHO CAN DRIVE A TEAM theCaaibrctiealar describing 1U construct on U rrQC1riIIrloe8llSclroolaraD we DQ t Wrlse Codq THE LtVEJOY COMPANY 100 r8WMT IT MMHWN L V MI 11 Jij THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mar 10 1008 LOCAIJBREVITIES W P Arnold has moved from near this city to Men fee county Lud Witt of Levee was transacting business in the city Tues lay Claude Carr has moved fron this city to the farm on the Spout Spring road Miss Pearl Estes entertained a number of freinds at her home Saturday night H D Curry of Myers Niche las county came up Saturday U visit his mother Several from this city have been in attendance at Circuit Court at Stanton this week I Dr Martin was called to Stan ton and Rosslyn Saturday and Sunday on professional business Mrs Geo W Anderson Jr of Mt Sterling is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E N Wil sonDont forget the meeting of the Clay City Commercial Glut it the school house Saturday night The way of the transgressor iB hard if it happens to be an ille gal whiskey vender under Judge Bentons jurisdiction Jr B Eaton has bought the produce business of Geo W An derson Jr and will continue the business at the old stand Mr and Mrs Wm Lane of Richmond Ky are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs J R Hurst at Vaughns Mill Tuesday was St Patricks Day hut owing to the scarcity of Irish population in Clay City there was no observance of the day hero The warm days of this week have so swolen the fluit blooms that it is feared they will later be killed like they were last year Tho Rev R B Wilson pastor of the Methodist church at thiE place last year but now locattei at West Liberty was here Mon day J R Stone has sold a boundary rf 153 acres of land adjoining the famous cement clay land at Stanton to J 0 Patrick for 2 000 00 W D McCoy of Sardis Miss is here visiting friends He reports the little Clay City colon in this fair Southland town as do lug well and enjoying good health Mrs Williams has change in her advertisement this week Read it and be sure and visit this store Here you will always find something nice whether you wish to buy or not Many have taken advantage of the favorable weather the past week and planted out some early garden Oat sowing is also progressing with the farmers and plowing for Spring crops is 01 hand Elder George W Shepherd oj Richmond who married a Mis Hensloy of this county has beer offqred the position of State E vaugelist by tHe State Board oj Missions of the Baptist church of KentuckyI 1 Meeting of the Commercial Club Saturday night at 730 Everyone interested in Clay City come out Marshal Johnson will adver tiso some property for city tax in the next issue of this paper Look out for it Wm and Ollie Moore have joined the Clay City colony at Sardis Miss and have each secured good positions in that fa mous lumber town Henderson Coulee who has been very low with tuberculosis is not improving but on thin other lucid has grown weaker It is feared he cannot survive much longer The Cost Sale is still on at Bar netts Here you can find some unusual bargains and should not let this opportunity pass to get something cheap This sale will last only few days longer To all who will pay up all ar rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget toask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published Miss West of Lexington has accepted a position with Mrs Bush to assist in her millinery work and will be here ready for business on Monday 23rd inst Miss West comes well recom mended as a trimmer Miss West who will trim for Mrs Bush this season will return from Cincinnati Saturday where she has been studying the latest in millinery A Counterflet Dollar A dangerous counterfeit silver dollar is reported to be making itq rounds among the people and it is of such perfect workman ship ring and color as to be in distinguishable from the true goods except by a slight blur in the mottohln God we trust and can be told holy by that de fect The coins bear date of 2001 and 1004 They are so heavily coated with silver as to defy acid tests and are causing the author ities much concern Lookover your lot that is if you have em and see if they are genuine Winchester Democrat Died Aged at if6 Joseph Fletcher the oldest ne gro man in Eastern Kentucky and probably in the country is dead at his home near Camargo Uncle Joe was known to everybody in Montgomery county and his age is given at 110 years The old negro said before his death that he had used tobacco for one hundred and ten years I STEEI II WHEN YOb SHOOT III You want to HIT what you are aiming be it bird beast or target Make toots count Iy shooting tie ST For 41 years STEVENS ARMS all cariid crt PKEM I ER HONORS for A CURACY Our lnel Rifles Shotguns Pistols III Air your Uealrltn- I01 cm the SicvcsIf you raniut obbin we illrvtt tx 111 upon- recet aft ataloprice Send Ian le r ttotrce can let ralualIbouk Otl1111SI toeprotpecUte fir willlJ Stevens Arms do Tool Co J P O r1oz 409- 6OsicoPEE PALLS MASS U s At q n and drank whiskey over one hun dred yearsWinchester Demo cratThe negro above referred to i- an exslave of the family of Judge Fletcher of this city and the Judge says that the age men tioned is about correct The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out fora hoof Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health that more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness con stipation and malaria If they dis appoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at SwannDay Lum her Cos store Many a house has been soli through the good looks oij its front porch Many a business has made good through its proprietor looking like prosperity Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for severe years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world IusI it too with great success in my vet erinary business Price 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Curt Jett and Thomas White serving life terms in the peniten tiary for the murder at Jackson of Thomas Mnrcum and men noted for their perpetual wick edness have embraced religion In a letter to a lady missionary under whose persuasion Jett was mainly converted ho closes with the expression Your Brother in Jesusn He declares that fear possesses bis soul and he love God Good for Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prom inent the Delber arCbitectfin saystt fully has been snit of Electric Bitters as a tonic medi tine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient 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 unequaled 60 cents at SwonnDa S- Lumber Cos store To Subscrbers Remember that the new posta laws which took effect Jan 1st positively prohibits us from mailing the Times to subscribers who an 12 months or more behind on subscription This forces us to cut off some good names each week which we very much dislike to do but wi must obey the law If you are cut off dont blame the publisher Please renew and not miss an issue Three of the Republican out cials of Harrisburg Penn have been proven guilty and been giv en a sentence of two years in tin penitentiary and lined 1000 0 for graft in the erection of the new State capitol No Use to Die I have found out there is on use 10 die of lung trouble as long ail you can get Dr Kings New Dis jovery says Mrs J P White of iushboro Pa I would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens upa cough quicker than anything else ind cures lung disease oven after the case is pronounced hopeless Phis most reliable remedy for roughs and coldsl grippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Let J P Mauppln fix that clock or watch for Charges reason able and eatisfactionalways Its to ou- rInterest I 1 To 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 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Hnaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange for 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 A E BARNETT 1SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For 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 saidof our Shoe Department may be said of EveryOther Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you andstrive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCOKPOKATID Clay City Ky rF A t 0S0NTile InsurniiGo Agoutis of Jb2uMtori Kentucky t Over 200000000 I e + RepresentedttL Everyone who knows anything about insurance know I they are leaders in this line ++++ +++C ++ +t+++++++ + + + + + + +I Powell County Court Whereas nn election was held in the county of Powell on the 20th day of February 1008 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said PROFESSIONAL CARDS VWMqPS4 b4I dyaylNryhNIN WyI R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BI RSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY HowsYour Liver It vlll 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 sortsImakes you pale dizzy sick stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well lierIkeeps you well by purifying blood and digesting your foodiThere Is only one safe certain reliable liver medicine and that Is andI Thedfordst BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful thestandbyInthe favorite liver medicine in the world It acts gently on the liver and kidneys and docs not Irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purities the system from keepingthePrice 2Sc at all druggists and dealersTest it THE CHILDRENSS UIIDIIIIj THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HOME 1 VICKSIGroup and PmwnoHial I SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c SOC and 100 i FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfeet Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with breath Results astonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds weight in gold Crlmnml to ba without It I Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BYIVICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist PropiI Greensboro N C FOUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE IJ GASTERI ranvex bottomfits allstoves Cr I catches the crumbs Ojs he fifth slice nr hea or Coffee Pot Toasts t In two mInutes- T e wire cone rows the heat of a bed of coats J Sale Fy DrNA- RINS h tbia tur8r den Arbor iiienPY r County upon the proposition as to wliuthec or not sjiiritous vinous or malt liquors should bo sold Imrtqred or loaned therein and whereas the re suIt of tho vote of said election hits been canvassed and certified by the Board of election Commissioners of Powell County Kentucky now wo the undersigned legal voters of said coun ty desire to and propose to anti docon test said election upon the following grounds towit lstBcealille the petition filed with the County Judge was not signed by legal voters in each precinct of the ter ritory to be affected equal to twenty live per cent of the vote cast in each of said precincts nt the lost preceding general election 2nd Because the petitioners to said petitions failed to deposit with the County Judge or Powell county previ ills to the milking of tho order for said election money in amount sullicient to pay for printing and posting advertise ments as provided for nnd the fee the Clerk for making entries in the Order Book 3rd Because the election is illegal and void for the reason that the County of Powell with the exception of the town of Clay City was a prohibition county nnd 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 cd lit salll election was made of thin paper and was so made and of such material that the officers of the election could and did see how eachor any voter voted at said electio- nlithBecause the officers of the eke tion in each precinct in said county permitted divers and sundry persons to come and stay in tho room where the vote was being taken and permitted them to examine and see how many if not all the voters voted by seeing and inspecting the voters ballot before same was deposited in the box 6th Because tho election officers failed to make and sign the certificate or stub book or to make any certificate showing the result of said election 7th Because the election officers failed to publicly declare the result of the voto as provided by law 8th Because an emblem was used on tho ballots used at said election without any right or authority of hiwti and without a request from either side of any person I 9th Because by the use of the emb lem towit the Bible over the Yes k and the bottle with a snake crawling out of tho bottle and a glass by the bot tle over the Ko that the traditional reverence for the sacred volume in this a Christian land prejudiced the voter and prevented a fair and impar tin I exercise of his judgment in the de cision of the question submitted fqr his action and did control the action of the voter and caused votes to be cast in favor of prohibition because the voter was by reason of his inherited rev erence for the open Bible unwilling lo cast his vote against it no matter what his real sentiment was upon tho question submitted at this election 10 h Because money was used by I orson who were working for and fu voted prohibition and votes were bought and paid for by said persons and snid votes illegally voted for pro hibition llth Because the officers of the e lection in each of the precincts in Loft county permitted illegal voters to Cot after their vote had lichen challenged 12th Betrinse the officers of the e lection in each of the Jlr piJ1ctll refuf ed to cause the voters to be sworn and questioned when their votes hall beet challenged and wrongfully peimittf aiiid votes to 1 o voto for prohibition 13th Because the election officers iermitt l voters who did not live hi 011 County and whti e votes ver Imllenged to vote at snid election CmI prohibition Mill Heeaufetlio elect Ion officer i ncii of the precincts in Powell County negligently and nirelessily refused 11111f railed to conduct the election and to certify to stone as provided by law Matt Coulee It T Kennon It W Itugfcll I S Bonne Y C Bowen Julm Onrr If Daniel II O Yarmouth K N Wilson QtH MnekeyP JITu Blooijl r Jo p y Tits tf OI lltllfH lltit tflythelrslttlrii ytHenry cya fi t 4 sue WestBeml Jasincs lloberts bought a liorpe from Mr Indsc s J 0 Evermtui lioiiglitn liorso from J 11 Qsbortuii Miss Belle Vitro is visiting relatives at this plod Win Berry bought a milk sun from Alfred Roso Price i100 Mrs Lucy lloundtreo and mother visited at Cltiy Uit Sun diy Mrs Letcher Dalton and little son Gilbert visited Miss 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