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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s of 1 M N THE CLAY CITY TIMESw 10 IVOLH rF l11t A GOOD I All Time Resol 1 tion Going to save all I can and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select 7 Stock good Qualities everything honest dealings Goods delivered Phone 32 I II C SHIMFESSEL III I RfibNEB MFG Glo Winchester Ky i jW4t Qufcture e l1li tash r Ftoorfng door Ceillny r Jliirways rf1Weatherboarding 118 Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Send us Your estimates I Prompt Shipments Society of Equity Maligned The abominnl night riding in Kentucky is almost universally contributed to the Society of E quity while in fact where this sociery is strongest in the tobacco growing disticts there is the least nightriding In the first place the unsrcupu lous papers of Louisville have enlarged upon the real facts in the case until one can hardly believe half what appears in their columns 0 M Barnett speaking of the situation says Taking a deeper dip at the pro vincialcorrespondentsJCo Bar nett said that in more than one instance they had purposely sent in stories to Louisville papers which were palpably false and that in one instanco of which he personally knew a mere family brawl was enlarged upon until it reached the alarming proportions of a wholesale descent of the night riders upon the family of u farmer which resulted in the farmers being flogged within an f inch of his life Col Burnett stated that the Rev Mr Gordon of whom it was reported in Ohio county that he head received threatening letters and a bunch of switches from the night ridcrshadpersonllyapp- eared in his office ut Oxford and made affidavit to the effect that he had never gotten threatening i if fI tileQre KeadqIjartars for J Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc letters nor received any intima tion that he was the object of night rider hate Col Barnett also said that in the counties where most of the depredations are reported to have occurred the Seciety had but a small following He said that there was not a member of the Society in Trigg county only three members in Logan county and but 300 members in Ohio county Death of Milton Vaughn Milt Vaughn died at his home on Galloways Creek Estill count March 20 of intestinal tuber culosis aged 74 years Burial Sunday at the Vaughns Mill Christian Church by the side of hi wife who died about eight years ago Deceased was the Assessor in Estill when Clay City was in that county and he has many friends in this part of Powell who regret to learn of his death Dog Law tot Repealed The dog law Sot repealed as it was thought to be It was sure a compromise was won in which every householder was allowed one dog free and all over one was to be taxed 50 cents This was defeated at the last hour so the law stands as it was 100 tux on every log y 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 in arrears In complying with this new 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 Our Money In Banks According to the report of the Comptroller of Currency there are 140 national banks in Ken tucky with a combined capital of 10254000 and individual de posits amounting to 45002784 There are also in this State 408 State banks with a capital of 14179177 and individual de posits amounting to 58604171 At the time there are 28 trust companies with a capital of 5650500 and individual depos its of 0517457451- In the above we find 114 024 416 individuall deposits in a the Kentucky banks There are 2 000000 people in the State This makes more than 57 for each man woman and child in the State to say nothing about the floating cash in pocket The a mount of cash per capita in the United States is hut 31 or 20 less than that in Kentucky This is a good showing for the people of the grand old Corn monwealth and persons thinking of leaving the State should investigate well and see if the coun locatingisThe School Census The month Qt Aril Is tlie month for Phe school census tak ing by the OI of school districts All children living in the district April 1st should be taken Children that will be six July 1st are eligible to be listed Children moving into the district after April 1st must not be ta ken but children moving nut of the district after April 1st should be counted The work must be completed in the month of April and into the County Superintend entsoflico by May 1st A Peculiar Creature Maine is the first state to elect a man to Congress when he doesnt want it However incon sistent it may sound Littlefield is his name and he is a lawyer with such a big fiold of practice that ho cant attend to both so he chooses the lessor of two evils and sticks to the practice of law He has resigned his job at Wash ington Died In Texas James S M Brock died March 21 at his home in McKinney Texas aged eighty years Mr Brock married Miss Catherine Kimbrell of Spout Spring and used to live in this county where they have many relatives He moved 88 years ago to Texas where he has since lived His wife and eight children all grown and married survive NOTICE to Members of Lodge No 171 100 F All members of this Lodge are specially requested to be at the first meeting in April Business of importance J D Hall who has been lo cated at Coopercville Ky for the past five years has returned to Powell county and located at Clay Oity The heavy bloom now out on the plum pear and peach trees is encouraging if it doesnt do like it did last year An old say ing however is that fruit bloom ed out in the light of the moon never gets killed It is hoped that this will prove true this year The public roads through the country are said to have never been in a worse condition than at the present time We can ex pect nothing else so long as we have such a poor system for working them It is three weeks yet till Eas ter The millinery folks are a little impatient but the Spring girl will be glad if it doeset get cool enough to frost bite that pretty hat after the glad event is overH e 0 Warmouth is still im proving about his premises with new fences walks and paint brush Others could emulate his steps with great benefit and gen eral appearance to the town 1 I LeechRIng Wednesday evening March 18 Mr G B Leech and Mies An nie Ringo were united in mar riage at the home of the bride Wm Ringos in this city in this city the Rev R A Irvin officiating A number of friends were present and gifts were co piously bestowed No more long time subscriptions so renew today Gumption on the Farm TIs well to apply the line growIDoth surely save nine Sometimes a minute of think is better than an hour of hustle Are you ready to jump into spring work when Nature says Jumps 2 About the time some people get ready to saw wood it is time to begin planting potatoes The outlook is good for those farmers who after they have harrowed their ground twice will give it several turns more changoAsTo her we bow and doff our hate But will not doff our flannels Anybody can whack his thumb while pounding tacks and such things but it takes a nice man to hold still and not say bywords Make your plans to sow some corn next month for green feed when the dry weather cuts tho pastures short A single acre splendid Fixing fence is a good deal like darning stockings Only you cant take the fencemending when you go down to see Aunt Sally It must be done right on the spot no matter how irk some it may be The beautifying of your place may mean to pull up grass and weeds to trim shrubbery and trees to cart away rubbish and f to nail up a plank or two also to do a little whitewashing and cleaning But after it is done you will be glad of it and so will your neighbors Does the spring workcrowd you Do not got into a fret Ke member the largest house is built simply by laying one brickupon another Lay out beforehand u definite amount of work for each daynot more than you can comfortably get through with and then do it be surpris ed in a short time to find how steadily everything is moving on April Farm Journal Sacrifice Sale Beginning on THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store con sisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hatsr Plumes Velvets Wings etc Ho siery Gloves Fasinators Mts Combs Hairpins many jfiier useful things Nice line white goods cheap Come early and get choice we mean business Dont let this opportunity pass to get GENUINE BARGAINS Mrs W N Bush 3 tl 1 t i flti r r THE TIMES rUDLISIIED EVERY TUUKSDAY J Ii Hurgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai ranee otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday March 2G 1008 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 14 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEHENTS I For County Clerk Vc are authorized to announce CIIAS EWKN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem oem tic party For Jailor We are authorized to nnnounce Jonx P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Fairbanks and Democrats Governor Goebel was assassi nated from the Executive Build ing in Frankfort in 1000 while the Legislature was in session Several prominent Repeblicans were indicted for this murder only upon the evidence of other prominet Republicans Some of them have been convicted others are up for trial while some of them escaped to Indiana where they have since been shielded bj the Republican officials of that State Among the most ardent supporters of these fugitives being Vice President Fairbanks now candidate for President of the United States In the State race last fall many Democrats of Kentucky voted the Republican ticket and helped to elect that ticket None of these Democrats approved of the disgraceful meth ods of the party in the Goe bel affairs They did not think of extending such a club as they have to the enemy Now every one of these officials are for Fairbanks because ho has shielded these Goebel fugitives How do you like that Democrats who voted for Willson c and Dem ocrats who stayed at home Win H Taft of Cincinnati Ohio is fat above such party pre judice and he isa candidate for President and would carry ev ery delegate vote of Kentucky were it not for the stand taken by the Republican State admin istrationThe Republicans supporting Fairbanks say Fairbanks is the only man that can carry Ken tucky while in fact ho is the last Republican that can carry the State iSTollepublicaucan carry the state without Democrat votes Does any one think Fair banks with his record toward 1 Democrats can carry a single Democrat vote Well wait and see A National I There are many country mer chants who see their trade gradually slipping away groin them leaving the country town and go ing to the great cities by the channel of the mail order trade There are many countryedi tors who rqee the prosperi loftheir towns depletedand circula tion and advertising income re duced for the same reason There are J very few however who realize that their problem is It h national ono and that it is wrapped up in and a part of the great fundamental question whether this nation shall bo perpetuated or shall be destroyed by the physical degeneration of humanity the social unrest industrial discontent amoraland political corruption and class hatred bred in the city Blunts and tenements and certain to culminate in anarchistic crimes riotous mobs and alldestroying social upheavals as the result of some long continued period of industrial and commercial de pressionThe is that the upbuilding of time country town and subur ban village as an antidote and safeguard against the poisonous social moral physical and po litical consequences of herding millions of our working people together in the unnatural con gested life of the tenements is thoone great question that rises above nil others in importance as a problem that this nation must solve Unless it does solve it it will suffer death from human de generacy the fate of so many nations and civilizations that have risen in the past only to be destroyed Ours will be likewise destroyed unless wo take heed in timeThe Jackson Democrat is for Judge J Wise Hagins for Cir cuit Judge in the 23rd judicial district The Democrat is for the right man Judge Hagins has been a man who has always followed honest convictions of right as ho saw them He may have been in bad company but not al together for whereeveryoti have found the Judge for the past few years you have also found about 1000 other Democrats of his county Such men are not to be driven from the party if wo expect to gain any victories in the future Judge Hagins is honest capable and from principle every inch a Democrat He can carry 1000 more Democrats than any other man which means his election Then why not nominate him Fairbanks supporters hadn big meeting at Louisville Mon day There were present about 250 picked men from all parts of the State Senatorelect Bradley was the principal speaker and he scored the Federal office hold ers and said they had no right to combine and force the nomina tion of any man for President A demand was made to the Re publicans of Kentucky to carry all 20 votes of the State for the Hoosier because he Fairbanks had been kind to Kentucky Re publicans If what Porry says about Bru ner and Thatcher and what Bradley says about Willson and what everybody says about Bradley is true and wo believe it all thats u sweet scented lot of gcraniume nt and around Frankfort that the misguided people of Kentucky have turned the affairs toWinchester Gov Yill8on has shown some sense of decency in his delay of the Caleb PowQrs pardon which everyone expected to be forth coining before this time He has signified his intention to let an otlforjury pass upon his inno cence A man approachedone of our prominent citizens inWinches ter time other day and said iU1 dont like to talk about thadead but how is Ojay City golfing a= long When he regained his feet ho decided there was one live article in this town Wo fail to see Where Kentucky Republicans owe any debt of gratitude toIndiaiia Republicans while theyare holding two prom inent members of time party so securely over thero and at a time when there is such a demand for them in their own fair State rWhats the difference between a Commercial Club meeting and show One can draw a crowd in Cloy City while the other can not Shake in a Bottle Now is tho time when the doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest un less great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent au thority who saysthat Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here andnlso tells what to do in case of an attackGet any good prescription pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Ex tract Dandelion one ounce Com pound Kargon three ounces Corn pound Syrup Saisaparilla Mix by shaking n a bottle and take a tea spoonful after meals and at bed timeJust try this simple home made mixture at the first sign of Rheu matism or if your bnck aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out lithomneDruggists in this town and vicin ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients orif our read ers prefer they kill compound the mixture for them Twohundredand fifty boss politicians called to meet in Lou isville Monday to devise plans to corrall a whole party in the sup port of one man How many men from Powell county were in vited to participate CatarrhCannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is u blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edies Hulls Catarrh Cure is ta ken internally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It is prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular pre scription It is composed of thn best tonics known combined with time best blood purifiers meting die reedy on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of tho two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F1 CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by nil Druggists 75c Tnke Hulls Family Pills for con stipiition TREESF UITji ORNAHENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Srawberry Plants are Money Makers Try them Write for EREE Catalogue Wo have no Agents Hf HiKenmeyer Sons i lEXIHOTON KY t I SPECIAL i APRIL I FOR t I During the month of April we will put on Sale all thert Left Overs Short Lengths I and Odds 4 and EtldsII i i In Dress Goods which will include I some of the best things in our immenseI stock of staple and fancy goods This twill be a Gleanout Clearout and I Cleanup sale to make room for our I SPRING STOCK whion will begin to come in in a shore jd while WC MrseWilliams + 2LC AY CITY tiftThe Whitest White Cake The Lightest gl tRoUsIAnd Flakiest Biscuit Arc I I IJLinio Yllon Yon Uwe I Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteedf I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY 4a Sold by our Leading Merchants great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds IIThe Whooping Cough Sold undent pos I Your money returned ifH ever ails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with out vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE mSSNgR MEDICINE COMPANY Sob props Findlay DM 2130 Syracuse EASY WashersI were ordered for 30 days trial by readers of our advertising in ono causesItmustboassumcdthattho2018peoplewhokeptand returningtheFASYatourexpense Tlicy kept It because it solved the washing problem for them You tryitThey most positive requestAskmachine Pages 32O tell you how to cut washing expense In half and save 3z34tell1 DODGE Ie ZUILL 25 Dillaye Bldg Syracuse N Yi i THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mar 26 1908 ILOOAl BREVITIES I Miss Bertha Mapel visited Mrs James B Hall at Lexington this weekI IRW Garrett was in Win r Monday on a business mission Wm Crabtree of Genet wns transacting business in the city IllondnyDr B R Smith is visiting home folks in Indiana but will return Saturday Mrs H Johnson of Lexing ton was the guest of Mrs Wm O Martin Tuesday Attorney J H ORear visited t relatives at Mt Sterling from I ISaturday till Monday Cashier A T Whitt and Mrs I Whitt visited friends in Lexing ton Saturday till Monday The two heavy frosts the lat I ter part of the week fortunately 1 left the fruit crop uninjured II F Christopher of Spout Spring visited his sister Mrs t Henry Tuttle at Ford Monday night Wm Charles died at the home h of James Kincuid on Hardwicks creek last Wednesday of enlarged liver + Miss Carrie Barrntt has suffer ed a relapse and was very sick several days but is now much improved Bush leaves today fipatsyto make the Spring the millinery store of Mrs W N Bush Mrs J B Eaton and daugh ter Miss Ruth returned Saturday I I from Florida where they have been spending the winter I I A company of Lexington capi talists have organized to put up an electric light plant ice plant and waterworks plant at Jack I sonThe I second convocation of County Superintendents of the r Eastern Normal School district J will he held at Richmond April 1 2 and 8 I Next Wednesday will be all fools day Despite our attempts i to keep wise on this occasion we usually are caught fooled sonic time during the day beentu time it was thought the end was near She is getting some I better at this time we are glad to state j Johnnie Cash who went with I tho Win Curtis family to Colo rude a few years ago returned lust full and died at the homo of his sister Mrs Haggard a short time ago of consumption The style of tlenew firm which succeeds A E Burnett Son is J 0 Allen Company with- J 0 Allen general manager The services of Judge Fletcher ttins been retained by the new flrin Spring time clean up time and this all important job should wit be put otfuutil disease germs n are spread A little cleanup K and a little whitowash improves a place sometimes one hundred percent We handle all the latest Butter ick Patterns at 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams Green Blanton a valued sub scriber to the Times is dead at his home at Fox Estill county Circuit Court is still in session at Stanton The grand jury was held over this week and up to Saturday night had returned 75 indictments many ofthem being for violating the Local Option law The meeting of the Commer cial Club Saturday night was not largely attended and no impor tant business was transacted Some of the most interested members were called from the city that night Pat Henry left Tuesday morn ing for Sardis Miss where he hoe employment in the big saw and planing mills there This adds one more to the Clay City colony at that place which seems to be growing pretty fast of late To all who will pay upallar 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 furm papers published Dr and Mrs B R Smith were in Lexington a few days last week buying furniture preparatory to- go to housekeeping in their new home Since located in Clay City Dr Smith has been a regular boarder at the Clay City Ho Hotel The lines of the Clay City school have been extended so as to include Charlie Welchs place on Hardwicks creek road This is much more convenient for the children that far out than the lIard wicks creek school from which they were taken The Negro Minstrel at the Gymnasium Hall last night was under the auspices of the Odd Fellows and a pronounced success There will be another en tertainment tonight by the same Negroes and under the same management It is well worth the admission The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out 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 and malaria If they dis appoint you the price will bo cheer fully refunded SwannDay Lum ber Gos store IPressedJ the sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for many years but we believe this years perfectionNaboth gression Better each year Im proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing jud developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is We think a little better than ever befdrc In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Grape taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness Is due to the superior quality fXllbotb Concord Every guaranteed to complywith the National Pure Food Law Iure InvigorutI ing For sale by dealerlITHE NABOTH VINEYARDS Brocton New Y kI The K P Lodge in Kentucky John W Carter grand keeper of records and seal of the Knights of Pythias in his annu al report shows the order in Ken tucHy to be in a flourishing condition as to numbers condition of lodges rate of increse charit able work and in fact in all of phasesThe shows a total mem bership in Kentucky of 18002 an increase of 1033 during the year 1907 Twelve new lodges were instituted during the year Three lodges forfeited their char ters making a net increase for the year of nine lodges The report shows expenditures for relief work during time year of 30880 15 A great deal of money expended in this way is never reported so that the actual amount spent is probably nearer 50000 than 80000 Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine sayIII have used Bucklers Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound nnd 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 Cos store The headlines of the daily pa pers Tuesday state Four Night Riders Killed j Others badly wounded secret burial held1 This report is communicated to Gov Willson and is alleged to have taken plaice in the Southern part of the State This is possi bly one of these papers scurrilo reports intended to inflame the minds of decent people and to encourage the sale of their pa pers magnified from an acciden I tal killinggood for Everybody i R Coulter a pro a inent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said Qf Electric Bitters as a tonic medi cine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in 11 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 unequaled 50 cents at SwannDay Lumber Cos store To Subscrbers Remember that the new postal laws which took effect Jan 1st pos itively prohibits us from mailing time Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more behind on sub scription This forces us to cut off some good names each week which we very much dislike to do but we must obey thn law If you are cut off dont blame the publisher Please renew and not lUiss an issue Most of us do not know our own power because we would rather stay in a ditch and complain No Use to Die I have found out there is on use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Dis covery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro PatI would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens upnI cough quicker than anything else nnd cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asth ma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee SwannDay Lumber Cos store fiOc und 81 Trial bottle free Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reasonable and satisfaction alwys I TIIE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANKyCLAY CITY KENTUCKY I ISnJlusM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Transact any business continent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor II ations Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time DcponitK I A Letter To Our Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks nnd Supplies II Premo Cameras Columbia Grnphophones and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited 0 Q HUSS and D C DUNIdAN Props 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 U saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCONPORAUD Clay City Ky vwTT7CTCwTTTTTTw7vwWI 4 rrsrr S iINSUI E WITH t i 6c SON i AjfontHX+ I i Over 200000000 IRepresented f t Every one who knows anything about insurance knowtt they are leaders in this line IIM 1 J F +F4s +++++43 +++a+i t ++ MFl 4++F34td + I The hoe comes in handy just now The garden man and the boy who wants bait to go fishing both use it these pretty Spring days PROFESSIONAL CARDS 44404404 41 b4444NNNMNW404441 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY DraggingDown Pains are a symptom of tae most serious trouble which am attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is I I WINEOF ECardui Ii The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaintsAt fsts and dealers In 5100 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also in my right and left sides and my menses were very painful and Irreg ular Since taking Cardul feel liken new woman ad do not suffer as I dla It Is the best medidne I ever took THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c SOc and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulant covering and per furnishingAntiseptic gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortcs 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 not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Wig Chemist Prop Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLl- CEINCANDESCENT VIRE CON- ElASTERI I Convex bottomfits all stoves jfv n catches the crumbs Orthefifth slice or hear or Coffee Pot Toasts h in two minutes I The wire cone nrows the heat of a bed of coalsj Sale by Dealers H4RKIHS h LLlwacturers Ann Arbor Michigan i t J LT Enforcing n Good Law Tho effort in Georgia not only to pass but to enforce n law prohibiting the snle of liquors says the Christian Register is n selfdenying ordinance which shows that white men have tin heart the welfare of tho black race and are willing to mnlo something of a sacrafice to re move from them temptation to crime Any thing you can dsspring DALVAY Chesnut horse 0 by the Commoner son of Hanover and Jlurgcrlnc by AI erinc dam Levlx ilu by Brutus second dam Llera by Fonso third dam Acldcnt by Cunudu Bred and raced by Tulbot- Bros Penis Ky and sold as u three yrold toM II Tichenor of Chicago Dalvays only start as u was at Washington Park track Chicago on July 14 1903 when ho ran unplaced In u purse race Avon by Blumenthal with Dung neon second and Mnrtlus third nighInvincibleeach of his starts With a single break where he finished second Dalvay won eight straight rrces beating the best horses at the Ceicngo track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year 1001 Juno iO Hawthorne Purse three yearold 0 furlongs Peter J Somen SingingITime 115 25 80 July 4 Hawthorne Purse 3yr one mile Ananias 109 Won Vul MissCrawford 104 third Sevenbtarters Time 1 jH 35 75 July 16 Harlem Purse thrceyrolds und upward 7 furlongs Dnlvay 8 03 won j Dont Ask Mu 5 111 second Comrade 3 03 third Ten starters Time 1 27 35 405 July 21 HawthornePurse 3yrolds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won T J Carson 112 second j Dell Leuth 101 third Sixstartcrs Time 12835 500 July 24 Hawthorne Purse threeyr olds and upward one mile Dalvay f3J 04 won Foncnsta 3 89 second Greg or K 4 09 third Six starters Time 141 f400 Aug 4 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 110 miles Dalvay 3J 102 won Jake 4 108 second j Fon soluca 5J 107 third Five starters Time 147 35 100 Aug 21 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds mile Emppf India 102 won Dalvay 105 second Foncusta 105 third- Seenstarters Time 143 75uollnrs Aug 29 Harlem Pursovthreeyear oldund upwaard 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won The Lndy aged 104 second Pc ter Paul 3 03 third Six starters Time 140 35 Five hundred dollars IAug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear upward 1 mile and 70 yards seeIISept 9 Harlem Purse threeyear upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Waimimoinen509 second Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 139 500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three 70Ij Four starters Time 145 35 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105 won Dalvay no second Toledo 105 third Three start ers Time 142 75 dollars Oct 22 KansusCityTllo Foster Trophy twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3J 112 won Otto Stifo 3 107 second j McGee 141 120 third Six starters Time 1 3114 1140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongs McGee 4 117 won Otto Stelfel 81 111 second Dalvay 3 118 third Seven starters Time 112k 25 dollars Oct 20 Kansas City Purse three yearold and upward one mlleDal vay 3J 103 won thirdFour second j Foristir 3J 01 starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1005 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced His winning races follow Jan 10 Los Angeles Purse all ages 5J furlongsDalvay 4 103 won T nt- Hurst 3 01 second j Pnssadctm 3 00 third EiglitstartcrsTinte10K 325 Feb 1 Los Angeles Purse all ages 0 furlongs Dalvay 4 114 won Tom Payne 4 105 second j Om Vita R 108 third Four starters Time 1136 325 In 1900 was started twice At Brighton Bench July 20 hu finished n good fourth after having been practically left at tho post and Aug 13 at Saratoga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his race at Hrirlem Sept 0 1001 Dalvay ran a mile In 130 defeating number of the fastest horses in tho West He wonl pulled up by two lengths and unquestionably have made better time it been necessary In all Dalvay won twelve races was four times second once third and four times unplac ed His winning totaled 9200 This most excellent horse will make the season of 1908 at the stable of Thos onleo 1 west of Stanton at the low service fee of 1000 This is nn excellent opportunity for Powell county farmers to get tho service of n thoroughbred horse There is- no better in the State to make the farm home look nice Might set out u few choice trees Some frames for the ro ses to climb on would be pretty Maybe the house is beginning to show signs of luck of paint It will be time and 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