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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ1 3t TM J TH I E Ji LA IiJ CITY TIMESii j lf9 f L 1 MP v V 50 Cents a Year in Advanci 7 = We are hereto her Ci y the Surrounding Country and Ourselves Jt M E Burgher Publistier L a L p r j + YOL xin 1 1ir OLiUPITY OHUKSDAY APRIL 2 J SOt NO T4 Z t if A GOOD if j 1 All Time Resolution if Going to save all I can and to this emhwil l 1 begin by buying at ShimFessels Large select Stock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 1 I C SHIMFESSEL I REiiAKCE MPG Co t Winchester Icy We MdQufacture i shj Fori gi W o 40r J 11 ID BHidsjWeatberboarding V r ndutPickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts 7 us A thing Committee The in the 23rd Judicial district has hung as tight as a jug This com mittee met last week at Beatty ville to decido the time and man ner of for the offices of Oircuit Judge and Ad ams wanted a primary and Gourley wanted u Estill and Lee counties voted for while Wolfe and Breathitt were for primary e lection Here they hung and the matter has been referred to the State Central Big Fire at Winchester Fro at Wednes day night burned the McEldow ney building paid the Christian church It also the of Mrs Ella W Hag gard Tlie post office was in the building and was a total lose The building was three stories high the upper floors law offices and Lodge rooms Theta tel loss prin cipally covered by insurance To all who wm p rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget tq ask for it The is one oftheb6ai fairn papers AI 2 1 j t J rr r v n t t wr 1 1t t tr i4I 0 4 I Y 1 1 1 1 2 c I W e r8Jadquat fortprfi k It I FeltItoofingFlintoid fiig and Etc Send Your estimates I Prompt Shipments Republican Committee selecting candidates Commonwealths Attorney convention convention Committee Winchester damaged buildiiig McEldawiiey everything beingrtredas altogether is55OQO yuPaHa Agriculturist published lJpildmgfPaper Centennial in Estill Estill county is 100 years old April1st A movementIS on to celebrate the event some time during thin year with a homo com ing or some other appropriate ex ercises The first officers of th county were eight Justices appointed by Gov Greenup Oth er officers of the county were se lected by these Justices Nico las Burgher a relative of the editor of this paper was one of the first officers of the county A large portion of Estill coon ty was cut off in the formation of Powell unty in 1852 and another large portion was stricken off in 1870 wren Lee was made a county A large territory was also taken off yhen Jackson countYwas organized When the time conies we fel lows of Ppyoll will go over an help our mother county celebrate herceutenuial We love th dear old countyiarid are prqu q of herevery achievement in Politics Still AVoare read td help her cpiebratj MARRIED M L Dovary of Log Lick an Mrg Cynthia Rogers of thi city went to Mt Sterling and were married by the Xiouiity It is the grooms tnird marriage and the brides second inarriage Z l I tY Sie Xj 1 1 i J I I Y L fM f j 0Y J Twelve Months Dead Dine By order of the Ppstoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed Ji3 cconddas3 matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 namesardallsubscribers 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 DAMAGING FLOOD N Highest Water In Red River In 26 Years Railroad Traffic Cut offjEnttrely The heavyrains which fell Here and al1Falong up Red river Tuesday anTucsday night put the river up tp the highest point OltyIthe river tje highest being in February 1882 a few years be fore the Ttoyii of Olay City was t t wfilie of tho tide came about fourOclock yesterday e venihg wnenihe water ran down Main street dup to the top of the highest Ward walks andall Jver the Walk up the street a bbvo Dr Wj hams place the water cove the top Qf the walks from oour feet deep The wnte s in miiny of the houses it raeaetefn part of town cauBi gilY families to move staFr he water also ran dO Jl71 Qiue as far a Barnettssto iraaridthen turned southward Homing to the river VTho approacp to the highway bridgeontlIPe was washed sfre in when the wa ter uncoversgrnde it is expected that V Vim be greatly- damaged Tlfe water got up to the eye beams on the main part of the bridge butno injury was done to it Theitrestlo was partly washed away on the railroad below which wifkeep cut off all truffle until the water gets offso it can be repaired and it is quite likety that trains will not be a ble to run before Sunday or Mont day Several bents of trestle have beeu swept away up the line mid some fills are wasHed out so traffic is also cut off up the road for several days The river in the Spring of 1800 liked only four inches lining as high as Wednesday See our lineof WalkOvers for men in Oxfords and Shoes In Tans Blacks andPatent Leather Hurdwick Company Owing to theJ waters yes terday and today schoolsus pended The waters over the walks to both the upper and lewd er portion of the pity There was no way to et to the lower part of only going dowh thee railroad and it but little- gQttingover it ofythroughout the tobacco district disguised as book agets ptc in the hope of being+able to located the inght riders sQur Spring Stock is now ready thesLargest and moil complete Steely to be span in the county It will pay to see us before making a put chase elsewhere Hardwick Co r i i 1 J irr of 1 4- x I r jr rV a- i J TA- M ACT OF FORGERY Unsuccessful In Attempt to Get Mon ey From Clay City Nation at Bank A slick fellow giving his name as Davidson claiming to be from Beattyville went to the Olay City National Bank Saturday morning and opened an account depositing there 277500 inchecks on Beat tyville people He claimed to have been running a livery sta ble at Beattyville and to have sold out his property there at public sale His checks from the various people of Leo county was convincing evidence of his sale some showing them to have been given in payment of feed horses buggies and etc He claimed to have grown tir ed of the mountains which caus ed him to seel out up there He said a brother would come down on the afternoon train with still more checks for deposit He tri ed to make Cashier Whitt believe that he had rented Mrs Emma Mountzs farm near this city nndHaidhe wanted to draw 50 Ipufof thb bank to pay Mrs Mountz so as to hold the trade good Mr Whitt insisted that he give Mrs Mountz a check so that it would show what it was for To this the stranger agreed and left Mr Whitt then tele graphed to Beattyville to see if the checks were genuine and when the response came it said he was a swindler and that he was wanted there and at Rich mond on the charge of forgery I Recent School legislation The last General Assemblyof Kentucky will down n history as tine Educational Legisla ture It made a record foijmTJro school tfma Gen eral Assemby pracedins it all of which have since been signed by the Governor The halfMillion Appropria tion is made up of 200000 for the State University and16Q 000 for each of the State Normal Schools for additional buildings and repairs The same measure carries increased annual appropriations to these three institutions A bill passed changing the name of Kentucky State College to Kentucky State University and one changing the name of Kentucky University at Lexing ton to Transylvania the name under which this institution in years past won great renown A bill creating an educational Commission of eleven members which shall make a study of the present school law and school system of Kentucky and of qther states rind draft recommendations to be laid before the next General AssemblyThe creating a County Board of Education and doing a way with the present cumber some school trustee system mff ny men prominent in education and in politics both have said that there is a greater possibility of improvement for the cqmmon schools in this measure than in all others put together- At an early date we shall give an analysis somewhat in detail of the provisions of the County Board Bill which becomes a law Juno 24th The semiannual meeting of the Powell Fiscal Court will convene at Stanton next Tuesday morning 1Sacrifice Sale 1 Beginning ontTHURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store con sisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc HoYsiery 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 BARGAINS Mrs W N Bush r irW li t cj f n 1 V tHE TIMES t 1 runusnED EVERY THUKSDAT L J E Burgher Publishers r t Snbscription Rates 50 Cents er car in ai ovance otherwise 5 Cuts Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 2 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 IC Louisville Commercial 75 IC Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS r For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party I For JailoreWe are authorized to announce JOltS P GAYLORD candidate for Jailer sub ject to the action of the Democratic party A Deserving Man In speaking of the Democratic outlook in the 23rd Judicial district and the proper candidates to put up the Estill Herald among other things in speaking of the Circuit Judgeship says We have a man who is being urged on every hand to make the race Men who ordinarily show little interest in politics are us ing every means to get his con sent Hon Hugh Riddell in our judgment is the logical man and frpm our conception of everything that pertains to justice and party fealty any opposition from any point in the district to his candidacy by the Democrats should he consent to make the race would be unDemocratic We believe every Democrat in the district under the circumstances will give their hearty support to his candidacy HHugh Riddell is a lawyer of lmore than local reputation Be ing associated with his father for ninny years in practice we con sider that ho is the logical man for the Democrats to run The Times has a number of reader in the 23rd district and to them it would say the editor has known Mr Riddell ever since we were a little school boy anti Mr Riddell then a young man of 20 years our teacher and dur ing that time and the present we have always found Mr Riddell to possess every element of a Christian gentleman and this surely means a great deal Mr Riddell as a judge of law is not surpassed by any man in his dis trict He is eminently fitted in every respect to fill the office and we believe he can easily win If he will consent to make the race it is just it is honorable it is humane that such a son be elected to fill the unexnjred rm iii office of the deceased father The figures given out by Sec retary qf the Department of Ag riculture James Wilson show that the farmers of this country received for their crops last year the sum 4000000 This sounds good but the report of the Sec retary at the same time shows that the consumer paid the mid dlemen 12000000 for the same crop leaving 8000000 as a margin of profit for the specula tors Thus the middlemen be cause of their knowledge of the sale part of the farmers business c I LI received 2 for each 1 received by the producer The Brdge Controversy The Kentucky Union Company has rushed into print using the Lexington Herald as the me dium to further attempt to bur lesque the Clay City Council be cause it requires this company to rebuild the bridges across their mill race in this city In print which appears as dispatch from Jackson where A S Henry conducts the affairs of the Company ownership of the race is denied al together and it is claimed that the object of the Council is to compel the company to repair one of its streets The article says the action was brought un der an old statute 0 H Pollard attorney for the Company laugh ed heartily when proc sswas served and concluded by saying when Clay City consulted a lawyer it would drop the matter The truth of the situation is this The old mill race is the property of the Kentucky Union Co and the Company has recent ly been trying to lease the water power here The City Clerk has a letter from A S Henry Vice President of the Kentucky Union Co admitting that his company owned the race This being true the City Council cannot legally appropriate one centtoward keep ing up these bridges any more than it could appropriate money to improyo a railroad crossing The statute under which the ac tion was brought is really an old one and we guess it was enacted about the time the law was made for the creation of public roads and mill races and will probably be repealed when this law is repealed This statute is so plain and positive that the Court of Ap peals has never had an occasion to pass an opinion upon it its old age notwithstanding In this case Clay City doesnt need a lawyer however Luther Loving City Clerk and Council man J H ORear are practicing attorneys and they together with the Mayor were directed and empowered by the City Council to bring the action and we believe that had Mr Henry read that section of the statute refer red to for his consideration by these two gentlemen instead of provking his attorney to laugh ter and had obeyed the mandate of the statute referred to his Company would have evaded the 1 50 per day fine imposed by this section Our Powell county citizens should hold on to what they have contentedly Do not bo in a hur ry to sell out and move to a pew country for it nearly always turns out that the now outlook ofiers no greater advantages than the old Moreover ones restlessness increases with each sue ceeding change Wise Benja min Franklin knew what he was talking about when lie said that three removes areas bad as afire Senatorelect Bradley may try to stem the tide that is sweeping Secretary Taft to the nomina tion but his efforts will amount to very little Governor = Bradley is alwavs against the man who is in He is against McKinley he is againt RooseveltJ ho is against Taft because he is a sure wnintr and that is about all the reason he has Strange yes but Gov Bradley is a straight politician Taft is steadily gaining rind even his enemies secretly concede his nomination on the first bal lot Richmond Paritagraph M Thenet rolltatof the American Tobacco Company in 1003 were something over 8700000000 about four nndo1 half cents on all tobacco raised in the United States The American tobacco Company handles about 55 per cent and made about nine cents clear profit on every pound it handled That year the burley crop brought the farmer about 500 thus givjpgtho farmer a bout twothirds as much for pro Uucingvthe crop as the American Tobacco Company made clear profit Printed by R quest Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after mesls and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla druggist is the authority that these sim pIe harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggists The mixture is paid to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and in active Kidneys overcoming Back ache Bladder weakness and Urina ry trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that thekidneyrare not strong or acting a manner Should mix thieflkscription ai home and give irial as it is saidto do wondermanyper Bone The Scrnntonr Pds Times wdj first to print this remarkable pro scription inOctob qf 1006 einci when all the leadin ewspapere of New York Bosto Philadelphia Pittsburg and otltcities have made many nnnouj wents of it to their readers At B county the merchants are refusing to lion die any more tobafcco because they say it has become accursed Should this tobacco war result inn successful crusade against the using of tobacco both sides would would soon he willing to come to terms flows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F JCHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned haVt Known PJi ChRiey for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financiallyable to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan and Marvin Wholesale DruggistBj Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternnlly acting directly upon the blood and mucous suiTacea of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Hulls Family Pills for con stipatinn THE BS FRUIT ORNAMENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden An Our Srawberry Plantar are Money Makers Try them rtteorF- REECatalogue yVe jale no Agents e 10 H F HilleumeyertiSoivs LEXINGTON XTC V 1 1w l- rr + J Kjfk rl o I i LSPECIAL v 4 I j iw s + FOR APRIL J ij 1 During thepmth of April we will put f on Sale all the r Left Overs Short Lengths and Odds and Ends ill In Dress Goods which will include I some ofthe best things in our immense stock of staple and fancy goods This will be a Cleanout Clearout and Cleanup sale to make room for our SPRING STOCK which will begin to come in in a short whileo Mrs J W Williamsf k f r L i 7 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I II I I The Whitest White Cake O The Lightest Light Rolls kN And Flakiest Biscuit i I Are MndoWherl You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride FlourIr Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants The great guaranteed cure for Croup Coughs and WhOPPl Your Sold under lsI itive jsuaroh tee money returned ever It is the only Remedy that cures in one dose and without vomiting Always v a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS TIE ILESSNER MEDICINE COMPANYjs11 frtjrt FMIay OMf 121308rlouU EASY WashersI I were ordered for 30 days trial by readers of our advertising in one medium only 112 only were returned from all causes paidforrdturningtheI torJhemvoThey expressed their satlsfactloa In the most positive 4 terms 1ve will show extracts tram their letters upon your requestI Ask for our free book It tells ypu why the EASY is a womans machine Pages 32O tell you how to cut washing erpease In half and save c 3334tellDODGE a IUILL 2C Dllly lldg Syracuse HVo 4 t s 1 8 rToIfIL f Fr TIE TIMES I AN AIL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY 0 Apr 2 190 LOCAL BREVITIES The postoflice at Trapp Olar cotlnty luis been closed The City Oiuhcil meets in reg blur session Friday night Fred Srnethers of Lexington was here Saturday on a visit tQ relatives We handle ull the latest Butter4 ick Patterns at 10 dud 15 cents MrsL W Williams Mr and Mrs John Hisle of Richmond vipited relatives in the city a few days this week Miss Fannie Reed ofOynthi ana Ky is the guest of he cousin Miss Gr Sliimfessel I Spe our line of Queen Quality Oxfords and Shoes in Tans Paten Leather and Vici Hardwick J Co Charlie Mapel of Millers Creek accompanied his father- S M Mapel home Saturday and remained over till Monday Mrs Charlie Groves has beer very sick for some time and wen last week to Lexington to receive tretameht from a specialist Every person in the State direct lv or indir ctly interested in the Tobacco Situation should read ai article on the subject in Van Nor dens Magazine for April MILLINERY OPENING I Beginning Monday April 0 and continuing until Easter Have a- I firstclngs Trimmer from the city a wt fortheseuson You are invited to t attend Mrs M E Law- Stantan Ky The prospects are so good for I u bumber corn crop this year or account of the no tobacco crop some are predicting corn to be worth 75 cents and 1 00 per bar relAt Beattyvilla George Frazier and sot Walter formerly of this I county who a few weeks ago killed Rich Spicerand John Ham I ilton in Lee county have been in dieted for the muredr of these omen The mindsof Clay Oity people were so absorbed in the exciting incidents of the flood yesterday that they all seemed to forget that it was All Fools Day so the usual number of pranks wereI omitted entirely Plenty of Trouble a i+ caused by stugnatIon of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers thai do the work t without grinding or griping25e ut Swann Day Lumber Cos store In fortyeigtit years no editor has been received as a patient at the Longview hospital of Cincin nati and only one reporter In that tint the hospital has treated 2150 housewives 1264 laborers 553 domestic servants 580 other servants 805 farmers 240 clerks 141 carpenters 185 merchants 185 tailors 181 painters 116 shoemakers 80 cigartnakers 78 salesmen T5 machinists 04 cabinet makers 58 teamsters 55 bufch ers 52 bakers 40 coopers 48 sa r a V loon keepers 47 soldiers 40 school teachers 42 printers 80 lawyers 80 physicians 80 firemen and 28 policemen 1 S r1 0 t fi x Ganderbonea April Forecasts The April rainsNwlHput a 61te Of Irish hi the lawn And a new and brighteraURury Will paint the east at dawn The songs of birds will fill the day frogsAndIt will rain cats and dogs brutestAndThe brown thrush will return tq singits song at even hush am the kindeyed cow will moultam rear a new and redder plush the young mans thoughts will love to dwell upon his lady love while he is not the one at all tha she is wotting oft The railroads meanwhile will retriev Their spirits and elate Upon the knockout blow the courts Have dealt the 2eent rate Theyll all rebait their hooks again poolAndTheyll all cry out April fool I And then there will be doing in the presidential race for everybody in it will accelerate thi pace The hoofs of Mr Johnsoi will put up a cloud of dirt am Mr ll will put on a most terrific sp1rtooThe presidential bee which has been up in Bill Taft hat will sure be removed by Roosevelt from that high habitat and when it seems the field be hind imperils Teddys bets the bee will be slipped in the seat of Williams trouserettes Whereat the very earth will rock And sod and bits of loam Will obfuscate the sky each time The sting is driven homo And while to all the others once They pass the grandstand twice Bills T and B blandly ask Whom shall we run for vice April was named for Venus the Roman goddess of spring She was the mother of Aeness and attended the first Mothers Congress with that young man ii her arms She was a very fash ionable woman and invented di vorc e Shewas at different times the wife of Vulcan Mars Mercury Adonis and Anchises and held the matrimonial record until Lillian Russell The plan et Venus was named for her as was the city of Venice She ili nlsothe heroine of Three weeks The baseball player will resume With letters on his suit And the fan will sit out in the sun And violently root Ills supper grow cold and stale His wife will swear a bit And the cook will make achalkmark oi The klcthen door and quit The straw hat season will cone in and the oyster will go out the last few flocks of buckwheat cakes will sort of hang about the spring election will reflect red fire against the sky another good share of the earth wjll suddenly go dry and the Congress will debate upon relief laws for the losers and lay a reservation out for our unhappy boozers The program for All Fools day will be more elaborate than usu al Mr Roosevelt will give n dinner at the White House tc those who think he isnt going to run again Mr Rockefeller will give a banquet at Cleveland to those who think he is going to pay that 2000000000 fine Sen ator Elkins will give a barn dance on his country place to those who think they have notion of lettingthe Duke of the Abruzzi getaway Mr Harriman will give a tea at the Waldrof Astoria to all persons who think he is licked Mr Bryan will give a huge lawn party at his home near Lincoln to all persons thinking he is going to step aside for Mr Johnson Other fools will be cared Turin various other ways TJle milliners will meanwhile show Those Easter hats With large soup bunches pinned to them And various ding bats joyBeforeTheir lords will pack an extra shirt And light out for the wocds The national convention of the Populist party will begin at St Louis April 2 Wags have been asking whyttwas set for so late n 1 Ytv J 11 y CF t7 l 1 i H in the months The moon wil I look likoBiil Taft on the 10th The big leagues will soon be un der way The American and Na tional will brain about the 15th but the Anti Saloon League wil get started a week earlier Easter will occur on the 10th ant the20tllwiil be devoted to discussing what everyone had on Persona who didnt have any thing on to speak of will of course be unmentionable The sweet Elvira will to church In rustling silks nnd tulles Which she will lift to her knees poolsAndmen look No one commits a sin For else it were not known her clothes Are now clear to the skin After the 23d April will be under the influence of Taurus tile Bull Wall street which has foi so long been under the influence of Teddy the Bear will be emancipated Mr Harriman will give a denner at which he will make public the details of his plan tc lock all square deal fanatics up in round houses Persons born under Taurus arc bullheaded and have double cowlicks They are suspicious and think the gas meter is fast They are self willed but their wives can make them vote dry They are very intelligent and un derstand railroad timetables The children will take Easter eggs And pray upon the floor A greenWithThe doctor will come on the jump And lighting And the household will weep and 8 y The baby lost the egg And then the buds of May will ope their fair and fragrant eyes and a promiwK the coming June will glimm n the skies the crickets an re katydids in sweeter songWwill join and the mint will pUt In God We Trust upon otr wicked coin I FREEI IgorimsPuzzle PREEI To introduces We will give a way five thouStnd of these Igo rrotes DoubJi Cross puzzles made of PI ine mahogany Difficult and mating Write quick and eo four cents in stamps to ct cost of mailing puzzle tim all Address Dominocards Qo 1807 Chouteau Ave St Louis Mu WhenMrs S O Burdette of Kenton 0 went to gather eggs in the lien coop she wts killed by the discharge of a gun which her husband had set to kill thieves who had been bothering the chickens A Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cur ed me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes O S Woolever of LeRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25o at Swann Day Lumber Qo s store No More Tobacco Insurance Two of the largest fire insurance companies in the country have notified localagents in this State that they will write no more insurance on Kentucky to bacco outside of Louisville tie pot What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek Ind Ter I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggUt recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I neededstrength I had one foot in thegrave but E lectno Bitters put in bock on ttie turf again and Jyebeeii well ever since Sold under guarantee at SwannDay LumberCps store SOc 4 r F Ii I J 1 S THE CLAY GJLAY ICITY CnpUal i GOOOOoo I IFISurplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Trana any busneu cons ent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpofir atJoni Firms and Individual SolicitedIInterest Paid on II A LetterTQ our Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forgot to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards receivedevery week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies 11 Premo CnmerasIIII Columbia Graphophones and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway Mall Orders Solicited O O HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props We are Now ReadyF- orthe 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 Completew- ith I 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 of our Shoe Department may be saidof 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 INOOPOAUD- I Clay City Ky INSURE WITH tF A LYON iThe Loading Insurnnoo + Eastern Kontuoky- t Arentsi epresentedI1 f Every one who knows anything about insurance kowitI they are leaders in this line + MHHiMHEH I Jo o1I HX 111 U + + 01 + s J c irI 4 11 t I k According to its new city direc tory Louisville now has a popula tion of 255000 This is an iu crease of more than 8000 over last year PROFESSIONAL CARDS yWWNNMWrWtiN141W WtiIArMMrWhMNMrMM R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY K- YHapAY A Home To have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort yourselfjby taking OFCARDUl A Tonic for Women twill ease all your pain reduce inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try It At all dealers In medidnes in SlOO bottles DUE TO CARDUI Is my baby girl now two weeks oldwrttesMrsJ Priest of Web ster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely 1 am still taking Cardul would not be without It In the house 1 1t THE ClIllHEIISSIUAIDIAILITHE 1 VICKS- Ornp and Pimnnonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 2So 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or guns with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in siX hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Oflmlnml to bm without H Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Cpmist PrapL Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTWIRE t ASTERI Convex bottomfits all stoves Oro jfris catches the crumbs 01thefifth slice or heao or Coffee Pot Toasts li tn two minutes The wire cone rows the heat of a I bed of coals jt save by Dealers U8KINS t a LLQactunn I I Len lrbet HicklgiR j f KILL THE COUCH ANB CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew II FOR CI LDSPBIC I AND AlLTHRIAT AND LUNN TROUBLES GUABANTXXD SATI8JAarOJiL1 OB XOWZY USZUVDXD DALVAY Chesnut horse 0 bv the Commoner ton of HnnoVcr nnd Jlaserine by Al aT to dam Lovissa Erutus second i a Lleia by Fonso tlurddam Acldenta y Onnnda I red Pad ced by Talbot L o Paris Kyi and sold PS a three yrold tot H Tichenor of Chicago Dalvays only start as a 2yrold was r Washington Park track Chicago on oy 14 1003 when ho ran unplaced in n parse race won by Blmnenthal with anon Itlartius third- Asapyroldhowevorlle was well nigh d money in 0 c t of his stnrts With a single break v hero he finished second Dalvay won 00straight rues beating the best ho sea at the Ccicngo track The fol lot lag is his Tor the year 1001 June 20 HawthornePurse three yearold 6 furlongsPeter J Seniors 1 Balmy 114 Socdnd Singing onI4 third Fourteen liel152585 July 4 HawthornePurse 3yr oUs one Aiile Ananias 100 won Dal thirdfeeltartcreJuly 10 Harlem Purse threeyrolds rnd upward 7 furlongs 303 won Dont Ask Me 5 111 second Com rude 131 08 third Ten starters ri 012735 UUS July 21 Hawthorne Purse3yrolds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 ird Sixstarters Tinge 12835 OO July 24 Hawthorne Purse threeyr olds and upward one mile 3 01 won Foncasta 3J 89 second Greg o K 4 00 third Six starters Time 141 ftOO Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 116 l11 8j 102 won Jake 4 108 second Eon soluca 5 107 third Five starters TIne 147 35 100 Aug 21 HftwthomePursBthrtc- JeuroldslmlleElIlp of India 102 won Dalvay 105 second jFoncasta 105 third Seven starters 75 dollars 29 Harlem Purse threeyear- old and upward l mile Dal vay 3106 wqn The Lady aged 104 second Peter Paul BJ oa Six starters I Time 1 40B5 Five hundred dollars- Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 00 won Shawuna 3 80sec j ond i Celebration 4 90 third Six starters Time 14235 500 Sept O Harlem Purse threeyearI old and upyvard 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Wninnmolnen590sccond Greg I or K 41 102 third Five starters t Time 189 500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three 70IFour starters Time 14530 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr oldsimile Judge 105 won 110 second Toledo 103 third Three start em Time 1 42 75 dollars Oct 22 KansnsCity TheEosterTro upwardImileDalvay 5 107 second McGee 4 120 thlnBlxs- tarters Time I al 4140 Oct 23 Kansas CityHandicnp all ages 5 furloiiRS UIcGee 4 117 won Otto Steifcl 3J 111 second Dalvay 3 118 third Seven starters 112 25 dollars Oct 20 Kansas City Purse three yearold and upward one mlleDal vay 8J 103 won Harbor 3 01 second j Forisur 8J 01 third Four starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1G05 Dalvay started throe tlmeB- IInd was ono unplaced Isis winning races follow Jan 19 Los Angeles Purse all ages 5J tafurlongsDnlvayf4J 103 won i Tim 3 04 second j Ptissadena 3 00 third Eightstarters TimolOK 325 Feb 1 Los Angeles Purse all ages 0 urlongsDalvay 4 114 won Toni Payne t 105 second Ora Viva 5 108 third Four starters Tlmel1186 325 In 1000 Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Beach July 26 he finished a practically toga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his neatHarlem Sept 01004 Dalvay ran in 136aefeatnganumberof the fastest horses in the West He won pulled up bykwo7engthsand could un questionably have better time Kid It been necessary In all Dalvay von twelve races was four times sec unplacilThis most excellent horse will make jbe season of 1908 at the stable of Thos Jonlee 1 west of Stanton at the low rvlce fee of1000 This is an excellent opportunity for 3owell county farmers to get serv- ce of a thoroughbred oase There is no State r t 7 a- f wco 5 Jeff sone ille Mr Wm Tanner remains very sick 4tr Thefarniersfal e busy plowing- and etc Mr A N Hqpkinaw sKft5T ill have u sale the loth w Mr Mat Hackney made n bus ies trip to Frehchburg lust week V MissOlemnjLtderson of Stan tjj is visit 1 iber sister Mrs 110 Ensor I t FietchpfjRichHrdsqn and Mis Susie HACk ey were marri ed last po Die Isaac Ohasa and Mrs Jane West viBite Etl E West and wife Saturdaytarid Sunday Miss Virgie iftleYlu1srejuln- ed homjs fromU hmouq where she has beenattending school Mr Joe demons aildsister Sarahof Virden visited Mrs Laura Saturday and SundayV V i j AVespSend ClayOity courtVat Winchester Monday Levi Evermah visited home folks from Saturday till Monday Mrs Sallie Hudson bought a cow and calf fr mJT Osborne for 37 Chas nundtree and wife of Kosslyn are visiting home folks at this place Messrs I N Berry and James Roberts were in Stanton lust week Mr and wife last onbUSineSI Moreheadls Mr W S Robeijs and daugh ter Mrs ThomaJwundtree vir Ewlw AVe y J cllltt ny friends andsome ufhis cliil I drentoulcdinner with liim Death Was on His Heels Jape P Morris of SklppfrH Va hnda close cash in tlie pringul 1 DOG vHa SU 8hU attHok at pneumonia ietljne so weak wild- with such a fearful cough thut iny friends eoriHUinptinn had mland death was on my heels Then t was persuaded V try Dr Klngri New Discovery Ifsjielped me immediately and after taking two and a half bottles l wtr u Well matt agalnX I found out tlint Nejv Discovery is tholiest reinbdyVfiir c gh8alld liJlIglis ltfieilli1 tile world Sold uid rgJlrlhlttJo at SwaniiTDay Luniber be 3tort 600 100 Trial brittle frt c IGrapcBthe sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for manyjears but we licvet1isyel1rs product is the crown of perfection Naboth Grape JuicesUridsror progression Better each year 1w proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing aad developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is we think a little better than ever before 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 ofNaboth 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