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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t n ttl r t- y 18 q itJ 0 CLAYj CITY TIMESJ Ii fI 50 DtsaYar la Adyaaca We are here to help Clijluty the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOLpII CLAY CITY KYV THURSDAY APRIL 9 J908 NO l5 1 A Qc b I Anrime Resolution to save all I can and to this end i will IGoing buying at Shimfessels Large select i Slock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 I ILe SHIMFESSEL j 17 j ft1 aHC MfG EWinchester Ky 7 We MdQUfactur Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varnndas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Your estimates ISend Shipments College Building Contracted The contract has been let for the construction of the new college at Stanton and work has begun The building will be a threes ory structure and stands prominently on elevated grounds dedicated to the school by J 0 Patrick The contract price for the building is 2000000 This school will be of untold value to Powell county and is sure to be the moans of attracting many good families to the county seat toavail of the schools advantages Nothing builds up a town like a good school Playing Papa and Mannia There wits a Olay City lady the other day who hastened to an ad joining room and said to her lit tle daughterMinnie what do you mean by shouting and screaming Play quitely like Tommy See he doesnt make u sound Of course he doesnt said the little girl That is our game He is papa coming home late at tight and I am you To allwhowill pay upan arV rearages and one year in advance vre will send the Southern Agriculturist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one oi the best farm papers published h t- tY 1 j t I- Lr v We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Rooting Flint id Roofiing and EteVr us An Obliging Corporation No sooner had the waters re eded last week than Brodhead Garrett Company began clearing the roadway of their logs which were floated all over everywhere by the tide last week They soon lead it ready for travel but the approach to the bridge was gone This obliging firm set at once to rebuild this piece of trestle and soon had it back in position Not only did this public spirited firm help us build this the first bridge in the county but they seem anx ious to help us keep same in re pairSuch a corporation as Brod head Garrott is worth n great deal to any town or county This company gives liberally to any kind of public enterprise and is directly identified with our peo pie It is the wish of the Times that this firm may prosper far beyond expectations and that Olay City and Powell county may gain more of such people Kentucky Union Company Fined The Kentucky Union Company wasjBncd 80 00 and costs in the ctise against them for failing to keep in repair the bridge across their millrace near the bank in the Clay City Police Court Tues day The company appealed the case to Circuit Court though it confessed judgment Y 9 S w4n- F o t t l- I 1 Twelve Months Dead L ine By oroWjof the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed aisecondclass 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 drop ped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself front under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher 011 COUNCIL MEETS Levy Fixed Same as Last Year Oth er Buslneslrof Minor Importance J4 The OityQouncilmet in regu mar sessioii3Friday night with the an Councilmen except Eaton who is away from the city present Geo Alford was elected pound keeper anilinstructed to enforce the law i owners of all hogs runningat large to be rung at once He was allowed a fee of 100 for each hog caught in the act of violating this ordi nancedThe treasurers report showed 880 ooin tie Treasury The Marshals r port showed 23 00 collected on tax and the Olerk reported 200 collected on license as instructed to no tify Kentucky Union Company to repair tliair dilapidated walks at once ffTwas dtiled to continue the city bclHttiljuiidur the present management and the usual tax of 25 cents 6n the 100 worth of property levied for the school fund The levy for general pur pores was left unchanged which is fifty cents on the one hundred dollars making in all seventy five cents The poll tax was also left un changed which is 1 50 on each pollThe officers and teachers sal aries are all the claims that were allowed A Sweet New Blossom A sweet new blosssm of hu manityFresh from Gods own home to flower on earth Thus spoke Dr Smith as ho came down town yesterday morn ing taking two high steps at a time Not a lifeless useless toy weve a lively bouncing boy Verily what is a home without a baby The Times congratu lates the proud parents and trusts the promising blackeyed boy may grow into noble manhood and fill the sunset of his parents life with comfort and happiness such as can only come from a dutiful child WIU Raise no Tobacco John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg a former residens of this county and who is so well known here says that he like most oth er Bluegrass farmers will raise no tobacco this year but that he will raise a large crop of hemp for the seed and tomatoes Last year he growed some hemp and got 15 bushels of seed per acre He disposed of this seed at t8 00 per bushel which makes a yield of 120 00 per acre The Rev Geo 0 Barnes the noted Kentucky evangelist of the eightiesis dead atSanibal Fla h jr y ttN f DAMS ACROSS RIVERS New Law Provides for This to be Done by Corporations Appli cable to Red River We frequently hear pesons talking about the locking and damming Red river the Fed oral government for navigation This is not likely to be done for many years yet A bill was put through the recent session of the Legislature authorizing the erec tion of dams on any stream in the State to improve navigation and giving individuals and cor porations constructing such dams the right of eminent domain This measure has been signed by the Governor and is now a law At least three dams in the riv er would give slack water to Clay Oity and two would probably answer the purpose A dam in Red river costs very little com pared to the cost of one in Ken tucky river and the exclusive use of same at such a small cost seems to us worth considering by some large shippers of freight in this section If the improvement of the Kentucky river is worth its cost the improvement of Red river would certainly be for it would not cost the tenth part to the mile and could be under private control which soon wouldreimburse the builders of the locks and dams and thereaf ter be a great source of profit to the owners of the project and a great benefit to the people of this section I OUR Bridges Submerged Two of Powell countys bridges were completely submerged by the high water last week The bridge at Bowen was about two feet under water while the bridge at Walters Ferry was a bout one foot The bridge at Walters Ferry is twentynine feet above the low water mark but the channel of the river here is not so wide as at the other pIn ces so the stream rises much faster The roadway of the bridge in this city was fully two feet clear of the highest water and it is but twentythree feet above low water but the river is 140 feet wide at this place which ac counts for the water getting no closer to the bridge Winchester Wants Convention I Winchester has put in a bid for the Democratic State Con vention Winchester has the ae commodatiuns for big conven tions and we hope she will get it Owing to Louisvilles infidelity to the party it is believed that city will not be in the contest Lexington and Frankfort have been the competing points until Winchester has entered the ring A tobacco barn o burned for H II Clay at Indian Fields Sunday morning Mr Clay is an in dependent tobacco grower but says he does not think that his a vowed intention to grow a crop of tobacco this year had anything to do with the barn burn ing Our Spring Stock is now ready for your inspection We have the Largest and most complete Stock to he seen in the county It will pay you to see us before making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick C Co See our line of WalkOvers for men in Oxfords and Shoes In Tans Blacks and Patent Leather llurdwick Company An Inspection 1rT- Y Of Our Artistic Creations1T J 1 S in Millinery is requested We t IIvored Opening Display I I FRIDAY and SATURDAY I April 10and 11 1908 I W Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY I I THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Iublisher r Subscription Rates SO Cents per bear in al vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday April 9 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 llOC 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 cc Louisville Commercial 76 cc Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Vo arc authorized to announce CIIAS EWKV candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Tor Jailor We arc authorized to announce Jons P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratio party Clay City Should be In the Ring Many other towns are organ izing civic clubs and we regret that Clay City is not in the num ber Our old wornout board walks and mud streets may put a feeling upon the majority that it is of no use but they can to some extent be beautified 1 by improvement of the abutting propertyThe of a town make the best members of such a club and we do wish they would take hold and have the old town renovat ed for it does certainly need it The complaint comes from ma ny that many property owners are not able to engage much im provements about the premises This sounds funny to us If the owners of property are busyat other work they certainly are a bio to have a little work done a bout their place and if they have no employment then they can do the work themselves- A little paint a little white wash and an old racked down fence straightened up and the loose boards of the dilapidated walks laid in the proper place and tacked down sometimes improves a place wonderfully why not try it and see if you cannot v in a compliment- A citizen of this town who once had a nice gravel walk but which has been dug out in pud die holes by the rooting hog bucks when asked to rebuild his walk we dont blame him The hogs should be rung according to the city law before they are turn ed loose on the commons and we believe that the right man is after them and that the hogs will soon be rung Wants Bachelors Taxed An exchange says it is in favor of the batchelor tax if tho pro ceeds be used to help better the lot of those who have families and are unable to care for them properly i and to help those who would be willing to raise fami lies if they only had the means to do it And we think it would not hurt if this tax were applied to all married people with an in come of over 500 a year who have no children Gov Willson after killing so many night riders and gaining so much evidence against them with his detectives have sailed to Now York again Some say times are too hard tr improve the home premises That is the very time to improve It buoys up our spirits and makes us really feel much better and consoles us because in so doing we make our neighbor think we are prospering It is hard to convico some peo pie that we are not going to have another wet season The prog nostications of the patent medicine almanac and the start al ready made in that direction is too conclusive Many are of the opinion that Governor Willson should resort to some secluded spot and take a much needed long rest No doubt it would do him great good and the Commonwealth of Ken tucky too Clay wars a sure enough wet town a few days last week Few of the Things in the New Capitol The following facts and figures regarding the new State Capitol Building at Frankfort are quite interestingGround was broken for the work on May 80th 1905 and when it is formally turned over to the Legislature it will have been erected in about three years The entire cost of the building will be 1108094 and the archi tects fee 51800 However the money which goes to the architect is not to be paid tinlU the building is com pletedThe building itself is 402 feet 10 inches long and 180 feet wide Its height at the central pavill ion is 90 feet while the dome rises 180 feet higher milking the extreme height of the dowse 220 from the ground The building is three full sto ries and a basement besides the balconies of the two legislative hallsIt contains 875 carloads of Bed ford stone 75 carloads of Georgia and Tennessee marble 42 carloads of granite 0000000 brick 3CO carloads of Portland cement 80 carloads of lime 570 carloads of sand 500 carloads gravel 80 carloads of steel 70 carloads of tile 150 carloads of lumber 14 carloads of plaster of paris and 20 carloads of roofing material plate glass and plumbing mate rial An elaborate program will be arranged for the ceremonies at tending the presentation of the building to the General Assem bly LegislativeVoteseliers Circuit Judge Stout in his charge to the grand jury lidnot directly mention the recent sena torial race but he said the crime of vote selling was a most honi ous one in any form but especially was it contemptible when a man elected to the Legislatrue by his constituents comes to the State Capital and fails to carry out the wishes of his people or in othor words selln out Ho said it was a matter of com mon rumor that lobbyists had bought votes for and against cer tain measures and ho told the grand jury that it was their duty to investigate tho matter fully both as to who sold out their con stituents and those who did the buying It is understood that all the newspaper reporters who served hero during the legislative session will be summoned to tell where they heard the bribery rUe mors that were so frequently pub lished A Jessamine county lady who i pr heard of the i ightridersleanuga bunch of switchesat a mans House tofrighten him tried the joke on het husband who had been keeping late hours and it work ed like a charm He went to lied before 8 oclock and has not been out after nightfallsince Asks Us to Print it To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful the following mixture after each meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one SnrBapalrilla These harmless iugred eats can be obtained from our home druggists and are easily mixed by shak ing them well in a bpttle Relief is generally felt from the first few dosesThis prescription states a well known authority in a Cleveland morning paper forces the clogged up inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood tho poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease hut dangerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly val ued by many sufferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief It is said that a person who would take this prescription regu larly a dose or two daily or even a few times a week would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or RheumatismCut and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce in deed and when you need it you want it badly Our druggists here say they will either supply these in gredients or make the mixtur rea dy to take if any of our readers so prefer Croppers of Union Hender son and Webster counties are de manding twothirds of tobacco and corn crops as their share in stead of the onehalf formerly received Night riding methods have been adopted to force com pliance with the demand Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward forany cgse of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh CUre F J CHENEY J CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by his firm Vahllng Kinnan and Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curtj is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 76 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con fltipatlon TREES FRUIT rut ORNAMENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Srawberry Plants are Mnney Makers Try them Write for FREE Catalogue Wo have no Agents H F HileinByei Sorvs i3VVvL- EXINGTOHKYV l G i t 4 SPECIAL 5 I APRILTHDur- ing i the month ofApril we will put on Sale all the i Left Overs Short Length and Odds and Ends In Dress Goods which will include 1 some of the best things in our immense r stock of staple and fancy goods This t will be a Cleanout Clearout and p Cleanup sale to make room for our SPRING STOCK which will begin to come injna short while nIIr diftI1i V o TTTTIMrs e as CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake 7 The Lightest Light Rolls t And Flakiest Biscuit Ai0 Mmle When You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flouro1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY3ySold by our Leading MerchantsN IpasIitiveever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and with out vomiting Always have a bottle on hang It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle cf FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS 1 THE GLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Solo Priprs Findlay Ohio r 2130 Syracuse EASY WashersI J were ordered for 30 days trial by readers of our advertising fa one medium only 112 only were returned all causes paidforr returningthe themYouThey expressed their satisfaction In the most positive erms We will show extracts from their letters upon request ZiAsk for our free book It tells you why tho eASYls a womans machine Pages 320 tell you how to cut washing expense In half and save your clothes whole white and sweet the way like them lq tell you how washing and bleaching are done in one operationrsDODCE ZUILL 28 DUlaye Bldg Syracuse N Yl iY J1 t T THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Apr 9 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES DUINK WAINSCOTS POP Squiro Win Tttwnseml of Bowen was dawn to see us Tuesday Mr anti Mrs A P Johnson visited relatives at paris this week Wm Morton of Bowen was transacting business in the city yesterday G W Ever man of Right Angle was trnsacting business in the city Tuesday The Fiscal Court is in session at Stanton this week with the u sual amount of business We handle nil the latest Butter ick Patterns at 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams The recent flood was good for one thing it washed away a part of the obnoxious tin can alley SPC our line of Queen Quality Oxfords and Shoes in Tans Patent Leather and Vici Hardwiok Co FJB McGlone was called to Carter county this week on the account of tho serious illness of his father J 0 Allen and wife and Miss Carrie Barnett were guests of Bert Barnett near Stanton Satur day andSunday alts an ill wind that blows no body good The sweeping flood may have prevented typhoid fever epidemic this spring Many of the board walks about town were floated around out of I the proper place by the flood last week and many so remain Mrs A M Burgher and little son Shelby spent several days in Winchester last week with Mrs Burghers sister Mrs Noah Rose Taulbee Mounts served as po lice in the absence of Chief John son from the city the first of the week and ho made a splendid officer The freeze Thursday night and the big frost Friday night killed a good deal of the peaches pears plums and etc but there is still some left Mrs B Littlepage returned Saturday from Louisville and An derson county where silo has been tho past several days the guest of relatives Fishing must be pretty good this spring We have seen sever al niro strings of the finny tribe brought home by our successful fishermen T N Rich was called to the bedside of a brother Richmond last week He has returned but reports his brother to bo in a very dangerous condition with no hopes of recovery His brother is at Gibson infirmary under treatment Plenty of Trouble is caused by btngnutlon of tho liver and bowels To get rid of it und headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liublp purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c utSwannDay Lumber Cos store f S i4J 4 f =The highway bridge was made ready fortravel yesterday morn ing so there is now no hindrance to cut us from the outside world in that direction M II Courtney of Winches ter and J F Cox of Bowling Green directors of tho Clay City National Bank were in the city on business Monday The most interesting Republi dan convention was the one held in Tennessee last week when it began with a fist fight That beats political speeches John Henry Briscoe a broth erinlaw to Justice Wm Town send is lying almost at the point of death with heart dropsy at the Squires home at Bowen The high waters left the Main street four town in a very bad condition in places The wash was something terrible at the millrace in front of the bath Dr Shith is now located at his drug store where he has also moved his office Here ho will cordially greet his callers and the former patrons of the drug store pnder the management of the late Dr Littlepage The washout on the trestle at Waltersvillo was repaired sp trains could run both ways late Monday afternoon Work was kopt up all day Sunday and at nights in order to get ready for traffic soon as possible If the night riders continue their depredations accredited them by the daily papers which means sleep in daytime they wont have time to raise anything this summer for trying to keep toilers from raising tobacco The high waters last week did great damage to fencing on the rivers and creeks A good por tion of it near the streams being swept away Farmers are busy with repairs and otherwise get ting ready for the Spring crop Mrs W NBush has an announcement in this issue that is of interest to all lovers of beau tiful millinery and this includes nil the girls and women of course She has attractive goods and the prices are attractive also If you are going to buy call and see these goods Powell has Five Bridges In comparing the bridge situa tion in Estill county with Powell the Estill ileruld Just week said Powellcounty had four free highway bridges The Herald missed it a little we have five all in good condition to travel MILLINERY OPENING Beginning Monday April 0 and continuing until Luster Have a irstclnss Trimmer from the city for the season You are invited to utted11rs M E Law- Stanton ICy IIWatchmaker tr and Jeweler I t All Kinds of Watch and CI kP + Repairing on Short Notice arid it Reasonable Terms SATISFAC tTION GUARANTEED Line of + + Jewelry i Call River and Hotel see spectaclesol I CLAY CITY n CKVIl +++ ++++t+ +f++ tv t1 I w Y CountlessCoughs have been pcrmancnllycurcd with Plsos com posed of the most effective remedies known In medicine for the treatment of coughs colds bronchltiaandaliehest- aacetions and has become nearlybaitsuccess At Druggists 25 Cents No man has a poorer outlook than ho who is on tho look out for himself only A Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklcns Arnica Salve which cur ed me of bleeding piles justtwenty years ago writes O S Woolever of LeRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salyo heals the worst sores boils burns wounds und cuts in the shortest time 2oo at Swan Day Lumber Cos store Judge William Reed in charg ing the grand jury at Paducah laid great stress on the recent outbreaks in that section and in structed the jury to indict everyman against whom evidence of participation in lawlessness was brought v He Oot What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek Ind TVr I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended E Icctrio Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I needed strength I had one foot in the grave but E lectrlc Bitters put in back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c sacrifIcing the Young How many young beings are sacraficed to the idol Business Parents send their boys and girls unseasoned undeveloped from the school room to the desk tho counter the type machine to work all day often by artificial lighttheir recreation an occa sional evening in a close theater instead of an afternoon under the skies and green trees All to make money I And when the money is made too often the man is unmade as God created him Health is gone or else the soul is shriveled tho imagina tion crippled the zest of life lots vanished Often it is necessary that goads the young to premature slavery but often again it is ambition or greed on tho part of parents or the idea that their chief duty to the boy is to insure him early to the yoke and keep him under it steadily that ho may become a man of business When he falls in harness it is piously consider ed to be the doing of a mysteri ous Providence to whose will one must be resigned Uncle Re muss April Magazine Death Was on His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call in the spring of 1900 He says I An attack of pneumonia left meso weakand with such a fearful cough that my friends declared consumption had mo and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me immediately aria after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the hest remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world11 Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store SOo and 8100 Triabbottle free i r J TIIE I CLAY CITY NATIONAL fi BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I IOupitnlM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TraniaSi any business coiuiitent with Legitimate Banldng Accounts of Corpor scions Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid 011 Time Depositttt II 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 and Supplies 1 II Premo Cameras t t Columbia Grnphophonee and Records and Door from Corner Main S Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q a HUSS and D C OUNIQAN Props A 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 Vearing 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 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 INCOHPOHAUD Clay City Ky INSURE WITHJ i P A LYON SON+ AgontHitOver 200000000 I Represented t Every one who knows about insurance know t they are leaders in this line o f Sharp tools saves strength and time Rending sharpens our wi t and sets us to thinking and that saves more than bodily strength and power PROFESSIONAL CARDS rw nswnonnwwrw rrwiwninapiwwaww R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I CLAY CITY KY DraggingDown Pains are a symptom of me most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the yromb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is WINE OF Cardul e 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 and dealers in SlOO 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 vlular Since taking Cardul feel Ukea woman ard do not suffer as I dla It is the best medicine I ever took THE CHILDBENSS GUARDIANS ernE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25o 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Oflmlnml to bm wftAorf M Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES COG RICHARDSON Mlg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C- IOiN NEW PATENT FIVELIC- EINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE I tASTER Convex bottomfits all stoves Oreae catches the crumbs Osia the fifth slice or heao or Coffee Pot Toasts IHJ In two minutes The wire cone urows the heat of a bed of coals j ct Sale fy Dealers UBKINS Ik yiLL uuactarirs Am Artor Kicilgu J KI1LTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIFOR n COLDS loofiOTrIN 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNBTRDUBL- E8OIIARANTEED SATISFACTOR OX MONEY REFUNDED DALVAY Ohesnut horse 0 by the Commoner son of Hanover and Margcrine by Al gonna dam Levissa Brutus second Llera by Fonso third dom Aciden t by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Bros Paris Ky and sold as a three yrold to M H Tichenor of Chicago Dalvays only start as a 2yrold was at Washington Park track on July 14 1003 when ho ran unplaced ir a purse race won Blumenthal with Dungannon second and Marti us third Asa 8yrold however he was well nigh invincible being inside the money In each of his starts With a single break where he finished second lalvay won eight straight rrces beating the best horses at tho Cclcago track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year 1001 June 20 Hawthorne Purse three yearold 0 furlongsPeter J Soinors 122 won Dalvay 114 Singing Master 114 third Fourteen Starters Time 115 25 85 July 4 HawthornePurse 8olds one mile Ananias 100 won Dal vay 102second MissCrawford 104 third Seven Ijtarters Time 1 4135 75 July 16 Harlem Purse three yr olds and upward 7 furlongs 8 03 won Dont Ask Me 5 111 second Comrade 31 08 third Ten starters Time 127 85 405 July 21 Hawthorne Purse 3yrold 7 furlongsDalvay 112 won T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Six starters Time 12835 500 Tuly 24 Hawthorne Purse thrceyr olds and upward one mile Dalvay f8 04 won Foncosta 3 80 second Greg or K 4109 third Six starters Time 141 400 Aug 4 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 110 Dalvay 3J 102 won Take 4 108 second Fon soluca 51107 third Five starters Time 147 35 100 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds 1 mile Emppf India 102 won Dalvay 105 second Foricastal05 third Seven starters Time 143 75 dollars Aug 29 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upwaard 1 mile Dalvay 8J 100 won The Lady aged 104 second Pe ter Paul 3 03 third Six starters Time 1 40 35 Five hundred dollars I Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 80 won Shawuna 8 80sec- ond Celebration 4 00 third Six starters Time 142 35 f500 O HarlemPurse threeyear ISept upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 nlnumolnen 509 second Greg 4 102 third Five starters lor 130 500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 07 won Port Royal 5 112 second Felipe Luga 181 07 third Four starters Time 1 4585500 Oct 5 Kansas CityPulse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105 won Dalvay 110 second Toledo 105 third Three starters Time 1 42 75 dollars Oct 22 Kansas CityThe Foster Tro phy Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dalvay 13J 112 won Otto Stifel 3 107 second McGee 4 120 third Six starters TimeI3AJ4 4140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongs McGec 4 117 won Otto Stelfel 3J III second 3 118 third Seven starters Time 112 4 25 dollars Oct 29 Kansas City Purse three yearold and upward one mlleDal vay 81103 won Ilarbort9 01 second i Forister 3J 01 our starters Time 140 Four hundred dollars In 1805palvay started three times and was once unplaced Ills winning races follow Jan 10 Los An elcsPurseallaHes5 furlongs won Hurst 3 iJ second Piissadcna 300 third Eightstarters Time 10 325 Feb 1 Los Angeles Purse all ages 6 Dalvay 4 114 won Tom Payne 4 105 second i Oro Viva 5108 third Four starters Time ril3J 825 In 1006 Dalvay was started twlco At Brighton Beach July 20 he finished n good fourthafter having been practically left at the post and Aug13 at Sara toga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his race at Harlem Sept 0 1004 Dalvay ran amilein139defeatingnnumberofthefastest pulled up by two lengths and could unquestionably have made better time it been necessary In all Dalvay won twelve races was four times sec ond once third and four times unplac ed His winning totaled 0200 This most excellent horse will make tho season of 1808 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 the serv- Ice of a thoroughbred JioasetThMeis- no bettor in the State i d Irr- a p t fFarmers are hiTving trouble to get even a lettuce bed to stand in the Bluegrasf section Any thing thatiookfr like a tobacco bed must come down The night- riders mean business iuid take no chances 1 rr R 0 Mansfield and hie d ugh ter Mrs Mollie E Woodward have purchased ayvinter homo in Florida where some members of the family Vpend the told months of each year The college rat M llersburg which burned last year will be rehuilt The college will cost 40000 and will be ready for occupation iii September The Rev RB ghtl11n will have a public sale of household goods at his residence in this city Saturday April i8See posters for particularsKimbrell W G Patrick was at Stanton on business last Monday- S D Ewell h smovcd b lck to this place from Fayette county Joseph Cot tman of Lop Lick was here on business last Satur dayMrs Eliza Stone sold some shotes to Znde Hodgkin for 81 cents per pound Daniel Blanton of Hamilton Ohio is here this week visiting his old home and sisters Samuel Embs bought of A 0 Barnes of Powell county a milk cow for twentyfive dollars E N King and Harry Witt Jr are the contractors for the new school house at this lace which is to be completed bVJJuly Jet f j Ewstid t If the Democrats Iiitl fn11eltl LillarQDiIlIJlprnpriI n II and if Gov Will BOM hud appro printed Major Lilliird Adjutant Gene 11111shc was petitioned b the Kcpiiblican memluTfl of the General Assembly to dn no liiui can tell how many citizens would have been killed by Gov Will olla soldiers anti detectives Winchester Democrat That Boyle county nutty wlu laid himself put in jail to prevent him front burning barns was 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