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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sT r a n Ir Y r t sn ti rtrxJ Pc t I THE CLAY CITY TIMES n 50 Cents a Year In Advance We areiere to help Clay Cfjythe Surrounding Country and Ourselves Co Burgher Publisher I i 1XIII 0 CLAT CITY KY THURSDAY APRIL 16 J90K N0 16 r u I J A GOOP I lrAIITime Resolution 5 Going to save all I cana and to this end I wilt i seledtrStock good Qualities everything honest deal t ings Goods delivered Phone 32 I ticSHIMFESSEL li I r KELIANGB MFG Go Winchester Ky 2 We Manufacture rash flooring t Moors Ceiling Vfetfhds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts us Your en estimates ISend Shipments Twenty Years Behind A young man whose name we withhold living not far from this town concluded that the mer chants here did not advertise a very good line of clothing so he sent to Sears Roebuck for a suit of clothes When they ar rived in tho pocket of the pants ho found the following note Should this fall into the hands of a good looking young man who desires to correspond with a young lady of sweet disposition r kindly address etc The young man promptly sent a letter to the address and a few days later received this reply SirMy wife has received a letter from you addressed in her maiden name Twenty years ago when she work ed in a factory she might have written the note She is now the mother of eleven children and my lawful wife If you do not quit writipg to her I will take a f to your town and make you look like cents worth of dog nleatu Moral If you want up tbdate ctothes trade with your florae merchants Tp all p wi pay upalt art rearagesaillone year in advance we wills Qd the Southern Agrjoul youit Jw I t or f J j J 1 We are Headquarters for Building Paper v Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc e 2 Night Riders Arrested The courts at Murray Ky are getting close to some of the night riders Two of the Galloway county band have confessed and implicated many others Several arrests have been made among them being the Captain of the company Joe Bell The night- rider oath is given out by those confessing as follows I in the presence of the Almighty God and these witnesses do solemnly promise and swear to become a member of this order If I shall betray this order in any way by sign net word or writing or cause it to be revealed in any way I shall have to submit to the penalty which may be put- on me which is death I solemn ly promise and swear so help me God i NOTICE To tho members of Red Rive Lodge No 70 K of P The district Convention of the Eleventh District will be held at the Oastle Hall of Red River Lodge No 70 May the 1st 1008 All members pre requested to be present All visiting Knight welcome H H Hoskins K R S GW and Everett Wells o Winchester were the guests o relatives near the cityafew days tlsaT sEofthe V1 Er 1 ir- S 00 s rt 1 welve Months Dead Line 1 By ordefS the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed as 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 tl subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself fron under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher I Valuable Lots Sold JO Pntridk has disposed of 78 town lotgin Stanton known as Patricks addition to the American Land Company of Charles ton W aJThiscompany han dles real estate in all parts of the SouthThey see that these lots which Surround the new college are wy valuable and realize tlitt they can make a big spec on them so they bought all of them indwill dispose of them again at public sale at some fu ture date which will be duly ad vertisedAny desiring to locate at a good town near a good school should lookout for this sale and buy a lot and build a nice home on the same Dam Washing Away The dam across the river at this place has been greatly damaged by the big tide the first of the month A good portion of it has been washed away and it looks as if it Will all be gone in a little while if not soon repaired The race is ally drained andcle i4 fftfJPu ngwater If the race goes dry which it seems certain to do in a little while it will probably cause the railroad people to relocate thrie pumping station and will force Swann Day Lumber Company to get their supply of water direct from the river Many people seem anxious that the dam should wash out since the local lumber men have no further use for it Wm Jennings Bryan Comes to Clay City Sunday morning a bright eyed boy weighing 18i pounds came into the home of Mr and Mrs 0 Shimfessel He was welcomed and at once christened Wm Jennings Bryan Cliff came down much earlier Monday morning and a glance at his face tells the difference It not only reflects in his face but his step in his store convinces vis that there is one more in the family to pro vide for but the sunshine an brightness brought into this home will more than make up for the extra hustle If you chance to drop into his store today you can hear him hummingWithin our quiet nest at homo We have a little sop Four smiling days have passed away Since his younglifo begun UmelrSo high our stepsrwove only seemed lo tread among the flowers Shoots Himself Dr R B Qombff a former practitioner of this city at his home in College while trying to get a pistol hiss coat pocket let the weapon fall which was discharged tno bill striking Dr Combs in the ankle ranging up thefN li ReneW your aqDwrigtipn today it l o J 1 l 7 rL j i j Robbed In Winchester A small boy from Powell coun ty came to this city Tuesday morning to purchase a new Easter suit Ho made the purchase and had about 20 left While waiting for his tram home at the depot he placed his money in his grip which he left nearby while he took a stroll When he returned the grip money and Easter outfit were missing With tears in his eyes he reported his loos to police headquarters but they have been unable so far to locate those guilty of the theft Winchester Sun Sentinel Hearing the Evidence Governor Willson heard state ments from the attorneys for both the prosecution and the defense on the applications of Caleb Powers and James Howard for pardons Tuesday W M Smith presented Howards case James 0 Sims spoke for Powers Ben Williams for the State M 0 Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture has issued an theStateformation of farmers clubs and says it will be his effort to have a club of at least wenty members in every magisteial district in the farming sectons of thp State Our Spring Stock is now ready for your inspection We have tho Largest and most complete Stock to be seen in the county It will pay you to see us before making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick Co CountyA has been reported to the Madison Fiscal Court by a committee ap pointed to make an investigation of the turnpike expenditures The committee pointed out on some of the pikes the amounts that were appropriated by the county and the amounts which had been spent which showed a difference of several hundred dollars and witnesses living on the pikes claimed to have been worked testified that in many cases on work at all had been done and on those that had been worked 10 to 15 would in their estimation cover the expense On one pake 2500 was allowed and 150809 was accounted for on another 700 was allowed and 30 accounted for on another 32585 and 30 was accounted forLike amounts were appropoia ted for other pikes but commit tee and witnesses show in many inestanccs nothing at all had been spend but the money gone Gov John A Johnson of Min nessota spoke in Louisville Mon day to a crowd of pleased Demo crats at a meeting of the Jefferson Democratic club Ho was in troduced by Gov Willson who was afterward forced to sit and bite his lips while ho listened to the sound Democratic doctrine Minnessota is a strong Republi can state but Johnson carried it t for Governor by a big majority and at the same time Roosevelt carried it for President by 1G2 000 all of which shows that the right kind of a man amounts to something in Minnessota regardless of politics See our lino of WalkOvers for men in Oxfords and Shoes In Tans Blacks and Patent Leather llardwick Company An Inspection r Of Our Artistic Creations in Millinery is requested We dwould be pleased to be fa vored withyour presence at 11 OUR Opening Display I I FRIDAYand SATURDAY I April 10and 11 1 908- H Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY II THE TIMES rUULISrtED EVEIir THURSDAY k J E burgher Publisher i SitsttiFtion Rates SO Cents per year in ai yancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 1C 1908 CLUB I RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arrangedclub rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 8100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 76 ANNOUNCEflENTS For County Clerk lvcareauthorizcdtoannouneeCius- Ewa candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce Joint P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub tee to the action of tho Democratic party JAReal Ingrate FairIbauks and uses these words to express why he is for him He says I am for him be cause the Democratic press is against him and I am opposed to Mr Taft because the Democratic press is for him I do not think it wise to seek or take their advice in this matter for they are prone to advise us according to their own interest In another part of his 8nech he again says speaking aboutllis- man Fairbanks Kentucky by repudiating him would show herself an ingrate and of all the sins that flesh is heir to I hold this to be the most detestable Bradley was elected Governor of Kentucky by Democratic votes in 1895 j He was elected Senatpr by Democratic votes and now he is opposed to any other member of his party because Democrats are for him And speaking of ingratitude if the above lan guage of the big man doeseut demonstrate that lie is an ingrate please show us what an ingrate is Calls Dally Press to Account The Harrodsburg Democrat has been calling the daily press to account for their continuous mis representation of the nightrider situation in that county Two weeks ngo a prominent Mercer county farmer had n tenant house to catch firo in the day time from a defective flue Think hoW the people of that fair county felt this next day when they read in the daily papers that this promi nent farmers house was burned by night riders and that he was whipped within an inch of his life and ordered to leave the county This is only ope of ma ny misrepresentations being imposed upon different countiesof t the State and iL seems to us that Gov Willson should regulate these papers with sqme of his soldiers and dettictiyeSj as wIthave a law against willful tying as wyllas against night riding Rival Republicancandidates nyeanf8Attorney district are making thing lively and the race for the nominations wilt bo close and exciting The Republican State Committeehas yet to plss upon thertlutjetione whiclrr seat a District conven f tion r- r One Iorm of Oraftl1gf The abused practice of calling on a man for assistance and ev ery conceivable favor under the sun just because tlfafr man is a candidate for office is nothing butaforni of grafting that few people stop to consider A can didate is always under heavy ex penses durlug a campaign and to probe his pocketbook still further Tor side issues because under the circumstances he con not afford to refuse is a gross injustice People should think of these things when they solicit aid and not ride a free horse to death Almost any man is In better shape to give than a can didate as ho is out both time and money in making a canvass and after all may be defeated Tote fair with him he is the best fellow on earth There has been an association formed among the whiskey peo plo known as tile U Modern Li cense League i Hie pdrposo of which is to teach the public that Prohibition does not prohibit and that under certain licensee cpritrol saloons can be made de cent They expect the country publishers to publish alpt of this stufffroin itirile to time without charge but we for one decline The people of this cpunty have said byVotethtit we want a local option county and so far as the Times is soncerned it is strong in the enforcement of this law after the license of the saloons in this city expire which win bo some tirholrt Decembe- rRepresentativeEpll Lillard the traitor Democrat who voted for Bradley for IfnitediStates Senator has sold his residence at Danville and line qow advertised his drug store for sale The Danville people couldnt stand such Undesirable citizens nnd have made it too hot for him so lie must seek a colder clime in which Id perpetrate such low down measures 4 Georgia lawyer said in his argument for pardon for Caleb Powers that to convict it took a fnll jury of Democrats and to acquit lam it only 12 Rep publican jurors He said some thing thep Though one Repub acquithim uThe early bird catches the worm must haVe been in the minds of the Populists when on April 2 they nominated Torn Watson of Georgia for Presi qZIndiana The Democratic pfess is for Taft for President because if pee chance a Republican gets the place we would like to see an honest man hold it down t r If Bradley is selecting a than for President whom the Demo getForakerT TREES fmiT jORNAHENTAL Ever thing for f V Orchard Lawn and Garden dur Srawberry Plants are Money- Makers Try them Write for TFREE Catalogue We 1ii have no Agents j 4 Ir H r Hil0rimBVer Sons t l LEXINGTON KT 4 tatu t pew ietemwThis- When an emineptaiitihcrity an nounced in the Ecranlon Pa Times that he hiMTFound anew way to trout that read American disease Ebeumatmx Y1tEt just common every dh ot in nnyi drug store the physielans- were slgw indeed t attach riiuch importance to ifs claims This was only a few mo the ago To day nearly every li wsjiftper in the country even then tropolitali dai lies i9 annonndngflt and the plen did results achievety Ins fib sim ple that any one crarprepare it at home at smallco It is made up as follows G tfrom any good prcsriptioh pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandeion onehalf ounce Compound Kargohony ounce j Com pound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bot tie and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal add at bedtime These are all simple ingredients- mgkinganabsolutely harmless home remedy at ittiecost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of derarigeqkiiiheys It is a condition prbdncep by the failure of the kidneys to properley filter or strain fromthebloodtheu rip acid and other matter which if not eradicated iJbrin the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints iand muscles caus ing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism This prercription isaid to be a splendid healong cleansing and in vig rating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and backache He also warns people in pleading New York paper against theldiscriminate use Of many patent iliilnesj Texas haspa wfhat- any man who sells a piotolmust payto the State onhslfthe a mount Thtrefore jhpy ont Iexatlthevleasethem Hows Thte i We Offer One HuhdediiDpllaVs ReWard for any casSof Cattrrh1 that cannot be cured by Hall8 Ca tarrh Cure j F JI CHENEY CCXVToledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the fastil years and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financlnllyable to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm Waldihg Kinnan and Marvin Wholesale Druggi8tsVr61edp 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in terriallytictingtlireefta upon the blood and mucous surfaces of he system Testimonialssent free Price 75 cents per bottfe Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills fQrcon stipation l I V ssedffora sci t18Or I ratS 1or Tie producedthedeliFiou many years e tlI year1 product is the crows pf perfection progressionproved by the wisdom ofxach years experience JIl careful preying iud developing Naboth Gru Juice now going out is we lhfala little better than ever before In color h tJutofthicluster in October The delicibus swednese k doe to the superiorquality ofNatptJtdbeod Grapes Every ed to comply with the NatlondIriweFopd leratlngTHE NABOTH I VINEYNDS Brectee1 t ewYKk tr ft + p 1 h poNT 0vE Ri t tg fr liii44JK THISi j r r grandmotherI B y on her nose t 0 Do you always make the most of every opportunity While looking for helpful moneysav r- S ing opportunities one may bd overlook ing the very things looked for the if sam as grandmother overlooked her d r spectacleszWe jY 5hqft Lengths and ozt4ig S and EOi di f DRESS nniWITUUUD at very special reductions Moneyr t saving opportunities dont last long Take good care that you dont over look this timely one MrsJCLAY L W W111 anW aif 1i j l J CITY KENTUCKY i 1 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls b And Flakiest Biscuit 1 I lire Mn lo Wlioit VouUHO = Pearl and Bakers Pride Fii iir1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed r MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY II Sold by our Leading Merchant The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Whooping ough Sold under a pos ICoughsandI Your monexreturned fitever fails It is thn only remedy that cures m one dose and with yoU1childsFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE GLESSKER MEDICINE COMPANY Silifr prs Fietllar 0hi I 1 LETTERS FROM USERS OF THE Syracuse EASY Washer f I Vow machine l3 a learned more abontwalhfng rat of yer i little booklet than I ever would have from nil the women you could Btandtaa row J are beea l 7laf t V a week nor meshing when I can do the same In two boon with tbe BABY 1M BYBD H mptonVa JWe have trled the EASY an4110d UJlUiall you n altd theon Ywaeber r 1 I flTlIw tat doer the waahlniol n without 9n the board HM ewe to work wtd doe the rrsrbtng thoroughly It oe T rBoeql D 1BexieUs I r H expMWWaiH r its price dufIng the bouee cleaning seasea return It at our expanse l t valuableinforrnatlonDODGE A ZUILL20 Dlllaye Bldg Syracus N Yti 4 I I6n ilr- h THE TIMES s- AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Apr 10 1908 LOCAL BREVITIES DRINK WAINSCOTS POPiv See Mrs Williams for your Easter Millinery i 1 t t Mrs J B Eaton was in Lex I ington Monday on business r Mrs Nannie Wright visited i friends in the city Friday and Satu- rdayiWe handle all the latest Butter it icic Patterns ut If and 15 dents Mrs J W Williams lw Verdure on themaple reminds its tl1utuGerit1e Spring is hero iti all of its beauty We may expect that Easter cold snap some say it never fails but we hope it will this timer f 1For Big Bargains in Dress G odsgQ to Mrs JrW Will iams store during this month Compaw will be ready to start again soon The continued wet weather is greatly retarding farm work But little plowing has yet been done f Mrs Estes and two sons visited relatives at Millers Greek Esjtill county a few days this week See our line of Queen Quality Oxfords and Shoes in Tans Patent Leather and Viei Hardwiok Co MisS Peggie Shimfessel who is Jtltf attendihgState College rParepta at Le- x1pgt90iiJtFC1 this weeke 1 Mrs Groves has been with her daughter Mrs J It McDttnell at Warsaw since last full has returned home Dr Smith reports thebirth of adaughtertoMr and Mrs Bun yan Phillips Friday night April OthWeight 11 + pounds I Mr and Mrs Clyde Rumfield of Columbus Ohio arrived here Saturday to visit the latters pa rents Mr and Mrs W S Roberts ir The nnutthe Walters Ferry bridge has been put in this week and the trestle straightened up so travel can now get over all right Mrs L B Burgher formerly of this county is lying at a dan gerous point with tuberculosis at her home in Clark county A new temple of Shrines has been formed at Lexington for the f Kentucky Masonic Shrine It is named the Oleika Temple of Mys tie Shrine Curtis Bowman living two miles south of this city is able to be out again after being confined several weeks with the grip and rheumatism I- kThe scoolcensus work was be 1 gun Tuesday morning by A P1 Johnson It is expected that I there will be a slight increase in number over lastyellr s r- kl y r Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver j and bowels To get rid of It andi fr headache and biliousness and the i poison that brings jaundice take t i Dr Kings New Life Pills the re trij liable purifiers that do the work without grindiijg or griping 25b e atSwann Lumber CO sstore- d t r I I- tt The boake of resolution is not much use without the bridle of of a strong will- MILLINERY OPENING Beginning MondayAprilotndc- ontinuing until Easter Have a cityforattend Mrs M E Law- Stanton Ky Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Morton Raincy Plaintiff versus Alice D Morton Defendant Notice of sale in Equity By virtue of a iudgmentand order of sale in the Powe I Circuit Oourt ten dered at the March term 1003 Uere of in the above cause the undersigned will on the 4th of 1008 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court I will proceed to offer for vale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment to wit Beginning at set stone on at Fig 1 on plat corner to McCall thence N 52 E130 to a stake south side of rond thence N 02 E up the ridge dividing same with a marked line 80 810 poles to a set stone Fig 2M on supplying of the ride as follows N 154 E poles E 10 poles N 67 a4 E 15 poles N 8812 E 4 45 poles 875 polesNChestnut Oak tree marked Fig 3 cor ner to Lum West formerly B J Peters corner thenco still following the meanders of the ridge N 5 E CO 15 poles N 31 E 815 poles N85 12 E 33 12 poles to a white oak stump at Fig 4 corner to hum West thence 84 34 E 10 110 N 44 12 E0 poles to a small black oak at the foot of the cliff Fig 5 thence N 54J E over andac cross the cliff 15 poles to a largo poplar marked standing between rock at Fig 512 thence N10 W 1045 poles N 23 W 12 45 N 43 E 20 poles to a stone a point at lig 0 about a or 4 hundred yds west chimney top rock thence still around the ridge N u113 W 1812 poles N 7234 W 1012 polesN81121V 0 410 poles N 0 W 8 poles N112 W 26 210 poles to a black oak marked Fig 7 corner to P Lewis thence N 57 84 W 25 810 poles to a chestnut oak on Fig 8 corner to said Lewis thence 8 711 =2IV10 poles to a gum thence 63 12 W fi poles S 6314 W 24 poles toa white oak at 0 tliencq lvin the ridge and crosSIHgFollbw N ti714W40roles- to a stone Fig 28 corner to lot No I in Lewis line said stone two poles N 312W of hickory thence 3 J2 E 70 poles to a dead pine marked on the ridge to a corner to lot No1 Fig 22 thence down the point of the ridge 8 29 W 52 poles to a set stone near the branch a corner to lot No 1 Fig 21 thenco down the 87 14 W 80010 poles to a smaUwiJlte oak standing on the side of the branch Fig ID and corner to lot No1 Thence S10 14 W 4 310 poles to a stone Fig 18 thence S 20 12 W1712 to a stake Fig 17 Thence 84014 W 8410 poles to a stake Fig 10 S 00 W 7 310 poles to It stone Pig 15 on the N W side of the branch where it crosses the road and corners to lot No1 Thence along the average middle of the road- S I 413 W 17 N 5812 W 20 12 poles to a stake in the middle of the road at Fig 15 12 and corner to lot No 1 in John Kings line S 4814 W 130 410 poles to a stake on the ridge thin meanders thence S48 E 8 70 E 20 poles S 25 E1016 poles S 18 34 E poles to the places of Beginning and containinp 225 acres or sutllclent thereof to produce so ordered to be made The purchaser wilt be= required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replev in bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lion wit be re tained on the land sold till all the put chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Mapter Comr Powell Circuit Oourt i JPflAUPPIN Watchmaker I and Jeweler iI All Kinds of Watch and Clock I Repairing orf Short SATISFACTION Notice and- ReasenableTerms GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacle Call and see me In the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY tt + t of JuJ s13iF4Y h J a Yaw LtMk at Stake when von feWe a or cold In yoare xvthangtugon- wcekotter k Hundrcdi of fatal cair might be vented by fag the right remedy In it Flioi Cure will prevent etA deadly con cum tin a 4 out the penisteht ce h or cold It- is therms sa remedy glrlng prompt relief yet pleasant to take leas All D is ceatz Mrs Ella R undtree has been in very poor iealth for some months and itfi pt improving like her many Clay Uity friends do most o for mi A ear SentenceTwenty I rnpleted a twenty year health sen nce imposed by Bucklens Arnlo Salve which cur ed me of beedipiles just twenty years ago writ a 0 S Woolever- of LeRaysville Y Bucklens Arnica Sulye hells the worst sores boils burns w unds and cuts in the shortest tinw 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cgvs store Drowning yo rtrouble in drink is an effectiveWaJ of watering the weeds of woe He dot Wfet He Needed Nine yearjfcrago it looked as if my time hadoonie says Mr C Farthing of Miff Creek Ind Ter I was BO runTdoVn that life hung ona slenaer thread It was then my druggist recommended E lectrio BittersI bought a bottle and I got w1ittIjleededstrength- I had one fooUfltho grave but E lectno Bitters ut in back on the turf again aridjlfve been well ever since Sotd under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 60c I Rag Rue Back Again It is quiti surprising what ar tistic rugs catfKe mgde from rags thatihtWeeinto strips- from onei elf to one inch in width and ilyeq some prettp shade says the NEW IDEA Womans Magazine for May Muslin heavy unbleached muslin and uedershirts cane all be utilized and when dyed in the same dye will not take the same shade which gives a vairegated appear ance to the rug when completed that is quite effective Some households have old chenille cur tains which they have not the heart to throw away although good taste has long since con demned them as hangings These may de raveled and the chenille makes a good material for cro cheted work If not heavy e nough use two or three strands at once The most artistic results are obtained however by buying new material or what is known as eeconeds which can be bought in large cities for a nomi nal price by the pound Lengths of five and six yards of outing flannel in various pale shades can be dyed and when crocheted make soft pretty rugs People who stick seldom get stuck i Death Was ns Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had n cbse call in the spring of 1 JOG He sayHAn attack of pneumonia left i me so weakand with such a fearful cough that my friends declared consumption had moJand death wai on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me immediately and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is theibest remedy for coughs and lungdisease inall tbe world J Sold under guarantee at Swan Day Lumber Cos store 50o anit8100- s arbottle free Jr ii1 I 1Jt ac i c v 1h vi o wk THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK OLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Capital GOOOOoo I ISurplus andTJwdivltlocl Profits OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whltt Cashier business consilientwith Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpo rations Firms and Individuals Solicited t ITranJAaay Paid on Time Deposits II A LetterTo Qr Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing TacklefA now line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies I I Premo Cameras r Columbia Graphophonee and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited 0 Q HUSS and D C DUN lOAN 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 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 INOORPOIUTID Clay City Ky iXNSURE WITH J P A LY0N SON+ + The Loading Insurance Agents of Eastern entuckyt IOver 200000000 i t Everyone who knows nvthingabout insurance know J they are leaders in this line 4 t 1 t + + fJ + + + otx + t t n 7 I I h + t Ij Sharp tools saves strength and tine Reading sharpens our wit and slats us to thinking and that silves more than bodily strength and power PROFESSIONAL CARDS wnu mrw nwww w v + + Mwwww R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY K- YYour f LookYellow The trouble is your livers 44 productsbileyour You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache omach ache dizziness t malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water osr pills but a liver ton- icBedfords Black Draught This great medldne acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves i clears the brain and cures consti pationIt a true medldne for sick Uver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try it At all dealers In medicines in 2Sc packages THE CHILDftEIISSIIUARDIAILIOlE VICKSC- roup and Pneumo- niaSALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c SOC and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD I furnishingAntiseptic Combined atimulantcoveringand per gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves in twenty minutes nbortcs Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Criminal to bo without M Sold by druggists returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY 2Y VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTWIRE OASTERt I Convex bottomfits all stoves Or 1 7 s catches the crumbs Ofcw the fifth slice orI heao or Coffee Pot Toasts li fn two minutes r the wire cone lurows the heat of a 11 bed of coals lit Salt by Dealerb- NiRIINS WLL04l1ua tur r Ann irl r Mickijii 1 tr- t t t p x KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR cOUCHS OLDS Trial PBICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES aUAKANTEED ATISFAOTOK OB MONEY REFUNDED DALVAY Chesnut horso 0 by the Commoner son of Hanover and Mar erine by Al eerine dam Levissn Brutus second dam Lleraby Fonso third dam Aoidenta by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot liros Paris Ky and sold as a three yrold to M II Ticlienor of Chicago Dalvay only start as n vrold was at Washington Park track Chicago on July 14 1003 when he ran unplaced Inn purse race won by Blumenthal with Dungannon second and JIurtius third As ft ayrold however he was well nigh invincible being inside tho monoy in each of his starts With n single break where he iinishcd second Dulvay won eight straight trees beating the best horses at the Ccicngo track The following is hit recorh for the year 1004 Juno 20 Hawthorne Purse three yearold 0 furlongs Peter J Sorters SingingMasterTime 115 25 80- Jukp 4 HawthornePurse 3yr oldsrone mile Ananias 100 won Dal ray 103sece MissCrawford 104 third Seven Starters Time 1 41 86 75 July 10 Harlem Purse threeyrolds and upward 7 furlongs Dalvay 3 03 won Dont Ask Me G 111 second Comrade 3 08 third Ton starters Time 127 35 405 July 21 Hawthorne Purse Syrolds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won MoJ T J Carson 112 second Dell Lcath 101 third Six starters Time 1 28 35 500 July 24 Hawthorne Purse thrceyr olds and upward one mile my f31 04 won Foncusta 3 80 second Greg or K 4 09 third Six starters Time 141 400 Aug 4 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 110 Dalvay 3102 won Jake 4 103 second Fon soluca 5 107 third Five starters Time 147 35 100 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds mlleEmp of India 102 won Dalvay 105 second Foncnatal05 third SeVeristartfirsv Time 143 16 dollars Aug 20 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upwanrd 1 mile Dalvay 31 100 won The Lady aged 101 second Pe ter Paul 31 03 third Six starters Time 1 40 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 300 won Shawana 31 86 sec ond Celebration 4 99 third Six starters Time 142 35 500 ISept 9 Harlem Purse threeyear upward l mile Dalvav 8 100 won Wainnmoinen5096econd Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 130 500 Sept 15 HawthornePurse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 97 won Port Royal 51112 second Felipe Luga 31 07 thirdj Four starters Time 145 35 4500 Oct 5 Kansas CityPurse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105 won DalvuyllC second Tolgdo 105 third Three starters T 1 me 142 75 dollars Oct 22 Kansas City The FosterTro phy Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dalvny 3J 112 won Otto Stife 3 107 second McGee 141120 third Six starters Time 1394 1140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap aU nges 6 CurlongsllcGeo 4 117 won Otto 3J Dalvny 3 118 third Seven starters Trine 1122 25 dollars Oct 29 Kansas City Purse three yearold and upward one mlleDal vay 13 103 won Harbor 3 91 second Foristcr f3J 01 thlrdour starters Time 1 40 Four hundred dollars In 1005 Dalvay started three times nnd was once unplaced Ills winning races follow Jan 10 Los AngolcsPurseal1aHes 5Vg furlongs won Hurst 8 04 Second Passadenu 3 OG third Eightstarters Time 10 325 Feb 1 Los Angeles Purse nil ages G PllrnctFour starters Time 1 13i 325 In 1000 was started twice At Brighton Beach July 20 he finished practicallybrokedown and has not since been trained It will be noted that in hit race at Harlem Sept 01004 Dalvny ran smile in 189 defeating a number of the fastest horses in the West lie won two lengths and could unquestionably have made better time had it necessary In all Dalvaj won twelve races was four times see ond once third and four times unplaced Ills winning totaled 0200 This most excellent horse will make oC1hosOonleolcstservice fee of 1000 This is an excellent oppprtunity for Powell county farmers togot serv ice of a thoroughbred horse There jf no in theState J 7 u WestBe sk dKj Mr 30 EvorraaileftFriday for Indiana Mrs Marion 1VhiteLihvery5ick at this writing J Miss Nancy Berry wasinWin Chester Monday shop iilg Mr G W Berry 1 tsji aValua ble cow one day Itist reekv Mr JA Roberta visited his brother W S Relief fs ono day last week K Mr M W Baiiah i1jf Lex ington visited frieniasat this place Monday 11 Mr and Mrs S JjEverrann visited their daiiRhw s Johnston last veekur Mr and Mrs Jamis Roberts were the guests of Mr7 and Mrs Letchor Daltou SundAy F Mesdames John KjEyerman Thomas Morehead atdLouvina Young visited Mrs Marion White Sunday V Mr and MrsOlyde umfield of Columbus Ohivisiting the latters pareu Dir aiid Mrs W S Roberts 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the fourth day of Hay lHat 1 oclock p m or thorenbout be lug Court Day will proceed to otter for sale at Public high est bidder ona credit of six months at the Court House door in Stan ton time property mentioned in the judgment to wit Situated in the town of Clay City Ky and consisting of 4 lots in Block No 12 Of said city being Ms No 42 43 44 and 45 and situated St of said city or sufficient thereof to produce 17834 so ordered to le ml1d- eThopurchn8cr will he required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replev in bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will bo re tained on the property sold till nil the purchase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court WANTED We want agents in nil parts of tho United States to sell our 111 nious Dr Williams Pills Send UP your flume and address 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