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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 or rIr 4 4 J i1 Ii A tSq q IIE I GLAYJITY TIMES X 50 Ccnf saYear In Advincir f rL 1Ye art hereto help Clap City Sounding Countr9and Ourselves JB Burgher Publisher If IVOL xin CLAY CITY KY URSDAY APRIL 23 J90K NO VT J t l j 14 if co GOD I t t AllTime Resolution n Going to save all I can n and to this end I will dI0 stock good Qualities everything honest deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 I 4 C SHlMFESSEL II I Of MIE I2N B MFG i7 uO Winchester K I 1o YLJ iJ r f 1i W MtG tt1QGCUCC ii SaBh3 Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Yarandaa Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts ISnd 11urShipments estimates A CARD To tho Democrats of thQ Tenth Congressional District of Ken tucky Many partialfriends of mine representing nearly overycoun ty in the disti iot have been kind enough to express the desire that I become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress I heartily appreciate their allegiance and Ido not hesitate to say that I should be d to become the Representative from t leplst icflbutInm fully aware of the difficulties in the vay of Iemocrati success inldistrictwlucligave a Republican inujorityjOf about 800 in the last onbressionalace and RIO in the roceiLt election for Goyernofr and I would not be willing to enter upon a bitter contest for the iiomiiuitipii I haveaccordingly talked with 9r e eryDomocrlthTcouldTharp lfad any Conjgressioual tispira tlphs but hayefopnd np one who isa ctuH1 date jn fact practically all pf thenihavjpjiajdtoi m eithii- er ia person Pl V letter that ti were iiiot arid VplUlU not bei s r come candidates Flie L cpubticahde alroady- r forMay5ff tsI 1t 1 in e in made or h antyetrioims haveheigalled fpr- cK 1 1 f k c t i j t JI tl it A r Wi1i1 iY ftL V cIA 3Y f t jl i r1 1 i Fr ij tr L lot 1l 1t tAr itr 0I 1 t 0 J I cr cf 1 t 0 l ioofC Z tI I 4 We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc 0 that purpose Feeling therefore that it is time the Democrats wet taking some actiouin this district and believing as I do that witl a united democracy there is a goo chance for our partys success a the coming election I have de elded to announce my candidacy Earnestly soliciting the sup port of nil Democrats and prom if nominated to make eve ry reasonable effort to win and if pleated to devote my time an energies to advancing the inter eats of my constituents I am Yours very trulyI A F BYRD Value Hawk Heads Within afeAv day sa hawk heai will be worth 100 to any oa who presents it rto a Kentuck y County Qlerk The Jawwa passed at the Jnat sessioiV of tlv Legislature and will be in ful force aridefFect ninety days Iron the day on which it was passed d tI To the niembersofRndRive Lodge Not 7a X of P + Thedistrio1r6onventiou oftlu Eleventh District yill bd jielda RivbLodgeAll mombera are requcatedtbU ICniglitywelcQme Jb8fu 4 8Ie itfi rS i +H i- jJ JIo 1 t libfJI J r + l r 1 iF ryrJ 2 c J rr Ir C Of f itlIJ HV L 7 T r Tve Months Dead Line By orderoFjPostoff5ce Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed as secass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying jjthis new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and glib bers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when tHStrfcibscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself froiriuJw the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher c New pon Law The n i e ion act which went into eil Sj0n April 10 gives to 201051 wi4 and other pen sioners an incr a of 4 a month All pensioner etting less than 12 will recei Jitliat amount com mericing AprillO without the necessity p K in new claims The increase 1 act automatically In additionm the increase of 0050448 injifc amount of the pension roll il estimated that 2502000 in adfttionnl claims filed during tIe ring year on ac count of thoovisiuns in the now act grnnt g a pension of 12 to widows of ers and enlisted men who eeryninety days or more in the arSy or navy during the Civil War The new act will give an increa tto one widow of a soldier in IhaSWar of 1812 to 183695 CivUIr pensioners under the genera act 7007 Mexi ican Warbe ficinries and to 0171 widows participants in- the Indian Y The appropriation asked of ngress this year is over 162 l000 being 0 000000 mono the approria tiouQfJ QB ltwastheiarg eat ever author eg I Our Dilapidating Sidewalks Our side Va T are in a terri I T ble condition in all ports of town The property owners have all been notified to put them in good condition but most of them so far have ignored such notice and some of these dayjp Clay City is going Jto have a big damage suit i on their hands Vi The way the city ordinance now applies it is rather a slow way to get good wi Jks only where the property owners make such I improvements ne with their t own volition Tlia city can build a walk and that gives them a lien on the abutting pjdjperty which can be secured by a process of litw which generally costs the town rapre than the walk What we need is an ordinance muchdwalks in repair as1 directed by the council this is done the property owners0 can be soon hued enough to the walk acid the town stilljliaye the lien on the property Shooting Near Xena e Sunday at OhopfGhe8tnut grave yard roar Pena vyhUe digging a s grave for Tommy Townsend a B fellow by tho name of Onine from I Jackson county shot Ike Friend i three times in IJ dispute oyefjt debt of 05 cents which Friend held against Oaiue Caine after 81ooti broke nd run and r though F G Powell Deputy Sheriff hotly pur him he e yettr day- e I am ecut dine of fWIkOvvors for s Lien in Qxfords I dshoes Vin ai18JJ3I and P ilt c colnPanyr Vror 1 iLh J 1- Y f i i y 1 t c vwd P Ii v utrrcr t = e J Io j r JWo L A 1 j 1i =rnfJ J r f Time to Wake Up The editor of Farm and Fireside is on a sure nuff campaign for good roads He says Bpd roads pro duce a waste and burden market conditions These affect every per son throughout the land and are therefore not a local question Road conditions in Illinois for ex ample influence the price of pro duce in New York Shall the residents of the city continue to suffer indefinitely becausy the farmer can not or will not build good roads and relieve the situation From the farmers view point the task is an impossible one Therefore he us ually pockets his loss swallows his pride and does not attempt the task Great undertakings the benefit of which are country wide have prov en too great for local solution and such as will lessen waste conserve energy advance civilization and in crease wealth are Igitimate govern ment functions BrodheadGarrettQompany has their yards full of lumber and as they are not able to ship out very much the yard is fast be comingover crowded aud moro room must soon be provided to stack the future cut of the mill more shipments made or the mill- run on less time The price is down and the demand for lumber is very light since the panic Our Spring Stock is now ready for your inspection We have the Largest and most complete Stock to be eeen in the county It will pay you to see us before making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick Co I OUR Killing on South Fork Robert McKimbb shot and in stantly killed his brotherinlaw Frank Manning on South Fork Saturday The trouble arose o vera settlement and Manning was at McKnabbs house and opened fire on him McKnabb had his examining trial before Judge G 11 Derickson at Stanton yester day and was acquitted Well the rooting hogs have been stopped with but little op position Everybody in Clay City wants to obey the ordinances of the town all they want is to see that the city officials want them enforced DEATHS Mrs L B Burgher formerly Miss Lula Locl1II1111 of this coun ty died at hr home on the Ruckerville pike five miles from Winchester Saturday ofconsump- tion aged 80 years Funeral services Sunday by Elder J T Tur pin and burial in the Winches ter cemetery Henderson Conlee died Friday April 18 near Stanton after being confined fifteen weeks with consumption Burial Sunday at the Conlee burial ground on Cat Creek under tho auspices of the Odd Fellows Lodge of this city many members attending Deceased was 21 years old He leaves two sisters Mrs Charles WeIch rind Miss ifiiucTCbnlee nephowofNotice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden by tho undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of tho law all persons violating this no tice B B HUTSON The feed problem is greatly relieved since grass has come An Inspetlon Of Our Artistic Creations in Millinery is requested We wpuld be pleased to be fa vored with your presence at l Opening Display I I FRIDAY and SATURDAY 1 April 10 and 11 1908 I I Mrs WN aushII I LAY CITY KY THE TIMES rUULISHEU EVBltr tUUKSDAY n J E Burgher Publisher L Subscription Rates SO Cenis per year in ai vance otherwise 75 CUts Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday April 23 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Ilome and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to annbunco A FIOVD BYRD as a candidate for Con Kresafmm the Tenth Congressional Mstlct subject to the action of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CIIAS EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dent ocratic party For Jailor AVe are authorized to announce JoiiN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub feet to the action of the Democratic party Will He Give a Rebate Governor Willson started out with the policy that all the State employes should be paid only for the days they actually work lie announced Mint he would not appoint any magi ns a member of the Board of Equali zation who would ask for pay for U single day tliatho had not workedWhen the Legislature passed a bill allowing the guards rat the penitentiary who work seven days in the week a few days vacation without cutting oh their pay he vetoed the bill While this has been his declared policy with reference to others it is not unusual for Governor Willson to be away from his office and out of Frankfort for a webkor ten days at a time pleasure seeking or looking after his private or political business We won der if he allows the State any ref bate on his salary for the missing days His salary is 1780 a day considerably more than 100 a week and for a rebate of 1780 for each day he has been away from his office on pleasure or pri vate ofpolitical business would make quite a snug sum It is claimed that many cit i zeus who have gone to Frankfort on official business with the Gov waitingthereed His to return to- FrankfortWinchester Democrat 4 Floyd Byrd Clark coun tyannounces in this issue of the Times his candidacy for Congress in this district Mr Byrd is a most fitting m in for tlie place Ho made a strong fight for the nomination two years ago aid had he been nominated as lie should have been Ire would Jiavu been elected instead ofJolin Wt Langley licanUe is one of the strongestlnien in the disj trier and though wedo riot know what other Democrats willop pose him in the race lie justly deserves some consideration from the Powell Democrats having been reared in the neighboring county of Wolfe Old being now a resident of the adjoining coup tyOf Clark Mr Byrd is Imrnfct enrless and a true and triedvj5pifiiblftvt LangleybyThere may be many Democrat Q f in the district who cnn do this but Mr Byrd is certaiulyone of the number Louisvillehasfortnedti Law and Order League to look after the night ridden districts of the State If the citizens of the me tropolis will turn their attention to their own city and remove someof the lawless and obnoxi pus evils so peacealbe and quiet citizens of the State can spend a night there in safety and without fears of molestations they will have performed much grander work and one so difficult that no citizens of the State outside of Louisville would dare tackle f Bradley says Taft cannot carry Kentucky if nominated We guess not the Democrats who di rectly and indirectly put such a man in office as he Bradley have become so disgusted with him that they will not again vote for Republican in a decade And of course no Republican has Over carried Kentucky except by Dem ocratic votes Gov Willson after hearing all the argument in the Powers Howard petitions for pardons says he will examine the records and act on the merits of the case The only question then is were the acts of these men in the Joe bel conspiracy justifiable or not Bradley is said to have pissed the hint around to the Federalof fico holders and got a good lump to assist in hid campaign for U nited States Senate Fairbanks must have been the most liberal of tliQwhole lot andtlmts why he is so strong for him Governor Willsons soldiers and detectives may have gotten in good work at the night riders but what he has none to them looks like ten cents by fete side of what County Judge Wells has done for them down in Cal loway county J They say it is the law to seine for fish but thntlstIle emlof it in Powell county Had the fishing laws been strictly adhered to there would be twice as many fish in Red river today as there are Suing night riders in different parts of the State reminds us of childrens letters at Christinas times dropped into the postoflico addressed to Santa Clans North Pole Mud roads elmswe have iri thin county costs teamsters anti farmers at least one dollar everyday they use them But dear as they are we must have them It is about time for the big shows to start to traveling the country and getting the peoI pie out of their hard earned cashl The boast comes that n ing is at nniendrYosand so is the 1908 crop of tobacco TREES FRUIT ORNAHENTAL Everything for GardenJOur SratvberrysDlunt8 arp Money- Makers Try them Wrljefqr FREE Catolpgue Wo have no Agents j r Hi f Hi1eiui cyer I Seas LEXINcITON XY 1 i I t t 1 Levee W A T nrier confihues no betterrEK Wilh1rnia vsfowly im provingr f W II Holl5y visited G B Martin oneQlljJlllstweek tas in Mtv Sterling Monday on special busi ness S Slug and Clayton Townsend went to tlieriiountaina on a bus mess trip S Mr Clyde Townsend and Mrs Edna Bush will soon leave fo- rWisconsin Dock Welch visited friends at Rosslyn last week Mike Wilsonbpughta cots from Shug Townsend for4009 W T Smith was nI1t Ster ling last week oh business Miss Lina Prather visited Miss Myrtle Smith ono night la- stweekx Miss Nannie Velcli entertain Miss Virgie Holleyonenight last week Tlm Misses rSniiths entertains l quite a numberif frielidsfridhy night Miss Kate Stevenson of How ards Mill visited at this place last week Miss BurnacevHolley has been visiting her graced parents tHe past week v Albert Welclitand V R Bolly was in JeHersonvile last week Ill business v Me Oscar Townsend ofNatu ral Bridge is visiting relatives at this place Cap Stevenson of Mt Sterling visited W T Sfnitli Saturday night and Sundayf Miss Olev Hackney of How iivesaudfrienThe meeting aIfCamp branch Saturday was u grand succes which conductedjby Rev G M Byrd Jr Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any caVe of Catarrh that cannot be cureajy HallsCa tarrh Cure jl X Cn NEY1g9rroled O- We the undersignedthave known F J Cheney tOl thut 1fi years and believe him perfectly bono iL ble in all business tinsactionsnn financially ablg to carryout any bb ligations made by his firm Walding Kinnanland Marvin Wholeeale Druggisjta Toledo O t Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ltern all upon the oLblood es of the system TeatiinoriijalBVeebt ffee Price 76 cents per boufle SoUl by all Druggists Take Flails Fami1jJill8 for con stipation IGrjtflthe sick room We have pro 1ced the delicious Nabotlf Crape Juica for but we Relieve perfectionNaooth gression Better each year Im proved by the wisdom each years experience in careful pressing a1V NabQth 3ra Juice 1ittlebelttrottheCancotdcluster m OctoVcr rThe delicious wtctsesrh due fo onrordGrllcomply withtha N tloeo111ure Food Iniv Delicious F ifrIevfgorat e 1BrOCt pro fl a J pIr te JII lj rsS J lam ti j q 7 1 uor DONT OVER t j iI 1 j LOOK THISrL F iDid you ever while iltlptiii jaer hunts for the spopjaclesjtlia0esj on liAr nosef f Do you always make the most of everyrr opportunity rlWhile looking for helpful moneysav ing opportunities one may be overlook a ing the very things looked for the r same as grandmother overlooked iier T A spectacles We are closing out f 4 i Short Lengths and O M hr rand Ends t j0 1 DE8S GOODS 5 r at very special reduotions Money saving opportunities dont last long Take good care that you dont = over P4S lookthis timely oneI1 VIrsJCLAY W W111ra is 1 ff1 1 f CITY KENTUCKY 0 a i The Whitest White Cake htit JiIrfTheAnd Flakiest Biscuitr x- azo j H IrlIrrct o VH+ u t H Ur+ cs Pearl and Bate Pride F1Ollr h t rTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed f 1 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN viRSAIIllS KY l Sold hyour LoaiUnu Merihiint R I 4The great guaranteed cure Jot Croup Colds 11 Coughs ar Wl1oQpin Cough Sold undera pos i itivetfarantee Yourmoneyrdturnedlilt cvcrfl lsItisthe only remedy that cures in one dose and with ER i oat vomitii1 Always a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 ct per bottle FOR SALE TJY DRJLTQGISTS THE CLESSHEB MEDICINE COMPANY Site preprs FInillay Ohlt ift s 3- XIi LETTERS FROM USERS OF THE u Syracuse EASY Washer yourlittle r oeD paying Lat a we K for wublstr wbea I can do the sJWe haveWedUidFABYIand ndltJutasyou retie ntitaeirthdp w I eversw list does the w blng clean without rub on the beard UM easy towork aadP I doestae wahlng thoroughly JS certainly has no equal I rrELIS1af i Dl itmC A etJaPa raWashevetyihingwashgblointhehouseItyoirCapqotkgthdri1 + its price during ehou season return tat ou ejpcnse t y Ij t tie Pages t2627ofour jre book on W + Ja + e youya1able t fnfonnaUonoJ1 h1ngfl nnelsr JJ DODCErtk ZU1144Dlltaye DIdgSy aousoN1 X i 2 boily 1r 1 JI i c r i9 pft LJ YJI P l f t v- f it rC M t 0 o fHt TIMES j AN ALL HOMEMADE PAT ER r THURSDAY Apr 23 1908 VL LOCAL BREVITIES DUIKK WAIKSCOTS POP Y Sue Mrs Williams tor jour Blister Millinery I Mrs Russell is building a nf3V walk around the Central Hole property ExCounty JtidgoW B Ben ton died ut Irvine April 14 ag rd sixtynine years Clay City is full of pretty hats and excuse usfull of pretty girls to wear them We handle all the latest Butter ieik Patterns at 10 and 15 cents IraJ W Williams Elder D G Combs began a protracted meeting at the Chris a thin church htst night Mrs Emma Roberts and Httl son of Lexington are visitin the family of W S Roberts For Big Bargains in Dross Uoqds go toMrs J W Will iams store during this month The whipperwifl has set up his Spring note which forewarns tho farmer to plant corn in haste Dont neglect to clean up you premises and get ready to extend cordial welcome to Gentle Spring See our line of Queen Quality Oxfords iind Shoes In Tufts Paten Leather and Vusi Hardwiek sL Co The Democrats of the Seventh Congressional district wijl hold p J 7 convention to select a candidat for Congress Sept 8rd r n Good timo to clean up you premises and stop the spread of disease that is sure to follow too much filth tiboutany place R 0 Wolch the young Stanton o attorneyj has returned Iron the lawschool at Louisville and ishpw ready for the practice of law Fish are saidto be biting nice ly but we have yet failed to get our share It takesa long Dolt to reach thnrii love nor money will not Mesdarnes J W Williams and I Ann Fredch returned Saturday I from Louisville whore the for I mor purchased her Spring stool Iufmillinery EldorL J Reynolds former pastor of the Christian church ir I dais city wastaken suddenly ant violently ill on his farm in BoarI bon couilty and jris feared that ho Will not recover The bountiful sunshine this 4 week has greatly stimulated the I farmers and all other people ai to that matter The ground I row ready tostir anti grout hens I yay s being madewith crops The beautiful Easter awns very ipspiringt all That winter iE now over we all should go tt I business to produce betterresult t for 1008 than in 1007 the aentialelection notwithstanding r Plenty of Trouble id caused stagnation of tht live ndbQwettfloget rid of tand Headache and biliousness and tht I poison tbttt brings jantidicetakE- I KingaNewLifeIlle fhe re liable purifiers flat do theJrk f v withoutjgfiixdinB or griplng c ofh ti utSwann DayLumber CoIa store 1 1 Iv t yivrp r i t N u iJ Lund Trouble of the most serious and dangerous description has6eeo promptly relieved by Pisos Cure It has nearly half a century an unsurpassed remedy for cols hoarseness bronchitis asthma and affections of the tl1roatandchest It contains no opiates or habitforming drugs PHOI Cure has the confidence of people everywhere sworn court testimony has proved thpl by its use many of the wont consumptive Coughs Have Been Speedily Relieved The Republicans of the variou counties of the State will meet nt the court houses Saturday to se beetdelegates to State Convention at Louisville May 6th Poxvol county will perhaps go for Fair bunks delegates Brodheud Garrett Company I1re putting in a new boom abov the old darn for the purpose of catching the staves and ties and loading them on the switch in this city while the logs will gc over the dam to their mill as f6r tuerlyRenew your subscriptiontpday Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Morton Koiney Plaintiff versus- Alice D Morton Defendant Notice of sale In Equity By virtue of a ludgrnentand order sale In the Circuit Court ren dered at the March term 1008 thereof in the abovo cause the under signed will on the 4th of May 1008 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court I will proceed to offer for vale at Public Auction to the liiRhcstMridder on a credit of six months at the Court House door ir Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment to wit Beginning at set stone on ridge a- Fig 1 on plat corner to McCall thence N 52 E 130 poles to a stake south side of road thence N 62 E up the ridge dividing same with n marked line 80 810 to a set stone Fig 2J on a pulntwithold hickory pine supply ing pointer with the meanders of the ridge as follows N 15 E- polC8 N 16 E 16 poles N 67 84 E 16 poles N 8812 L 4 46 poles S 75 1E 16 poles N 80Ji E 14 85 poles N 7414 E 4515 poles to a double Chestnut Oak tree marked Fig 8 con nerto Lum West formerly B J Peters corner thence still following the me anders of the ridge N 5 E 80 16 poles N 81 E 8 15 poles N 8512 E 33 12 poles to a white oak stump at Fig 4 corner to Lum West thence 84 34 E lOlrlO N44 12 E20 poles to a small black oak at the root of the cliff Fig 6 thence N MU E over and nc cross the coif 15 poles to a large poplar marked standing between rock at Fig 5 12 thence N10 W 1045 poles N 23 W 12 45 N 4 qE 2Opolos to a stone apolnt at about 3 oiS4 Intnilrodydtlwest chimney top rock the ridge Ni 51 12 W 1812 poles N 72 34 W 1012 toleaN81121V 0410polcsN 0 W 8 poles N112W 26 21010 os to 8 black Oak marked Fig 7 corner to P Lois thence N 57 84 W 25 8tOpples to a chestnut oak on Fig 8 corner to said Lewis thenceB 7112 W 10 poles to a gum thence 03 12 W 0 poles S 6314 W 24 poles to a white oak at D thence leaving the ridge and crosslngho11mvrN 57 14 IV 40 poles taa stuns Fig corner to lot IiiLowlB line said stono two poles N Ei71lesridge to a corner to No J thence down the point of the rIdge B 211 W621pohostoasotstono near the bnch n orncil lot No 1 Fig 21 Wj 30 6=f0io1tstortinlaidWiIihooakat ing outhodidepftha branch Ff 10 nnaeorrierto lot No 1 Thence StO- 141W 4 810 poles to a stone Fig 1Q thence B 20 12 1V1712 to a stake Fig 17 Thence B 40 1f W 8 410 polesio a stake Fig 16S 60 W 7 81Q poles toa stonti Fig 16 on the NW side of the branch where It crosses the road and corners to lot No1 Thence mallS4120 12 poles tba stake in tho middle of the road at Fig 1512 and corner to lot No1 in John Kings lino S4314 W 186410 to a on tUo ridge the meanders thence S 48 E 10 poles 8 70E20po csS 25 E 1016 polosS poles to the place of Beginning and containinp 225 acres or Bulnoient tlaereoj to produce b so ordered to be nuide- tiio ltCha will be to give boddwltltaplirovedsecuritys for the paymentiof ther puixjliase njoneyi ofwreplovinthd day of sale iicpording to law Bidders wltbopreparel to comply wlthtlieteterm8 A lien re tamed on tho laud sold till all the par chase luonoy fs paid Bond a to Comhiissibnor v I 1otXULU6 JAOKSQN 1 i MastorComr poveUOlrcultOo rt J t Ya 1r J J h v Jtl IlJ rVVO j KC Farmers Institutes will beheld in every county in Kentucky during the fiscal year beginning July 1st The State has been die vided into four districts and will be covered in that way The best teachers and tstructors in crop raising wilLbe employed and it- is hoped that farmers can be educated to the needs for better and more scientific farming A Twenty Year Sentence I have JU8 twpntyiiyear health sentence y Bucklens Arnica Salve which cur ed me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago It writes 0 S Woolever of LeRaysvill N Y Bucklene Aruba Salve heals the worst sores boils burnSjWounds and cuts in the shortest time 25c at Swann Day Lumber CJps store William Qyof Clark coun ty had twentyfive valuable sheep to die from eating pans green or arsenic which had been sprinkledover his pasture Mr Gay had removed a herd of cat tle from this pasture on Friday He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time hadlcprae says Mr C Farthing of Mill Creek Ind Ter I was so rundown that life hung on a very slendV thread It was then my drugs t recommended E lectric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what L needed strength I ha Lone foot in the grave but E lectric Bitters put in back on the turfagain and Ive been well ever si1ceSold nnder guarantee at Swan aDay Lumber Cos store 50c The annual mooting of the Kentucky Press Association will be held at Cerulean Springs July 15th The three days session will wind up with ari outing at Mam moth Cave Death Was on His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close cull in the spring of 1000 He sasUAn attack of pneumonia loft me so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death wSer on my heels Then I was perspadedto try Dr Kings New Discovery It hejped me immediately and after taking two and u half bottles I was a well man again J found out that New Discovery is the bet remedy for coughs and lung disease in all tbe corldl Sold under guarauteoat- ztvahuDay Lumber Cos gtpre iOCand SLOO Trial bottle frfeoV + + ot ++ + + C Cft Watchmaker J p F1AUPPINtS i arid Jeweler KIridflHof Watch and Clock tiAllPalrlngO Short TSotlce and TerrnBSATJSFAC 0 TIQN aUARAWEED Line of JewelrY Spectacles Cal and see the In1 the Red Rivet Hotel Buil4lHg CLAY CITY jKV7 VCKV + +t+ + F3 + 444a- i v 1 r f Ii tY TIIE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Ii ISurI M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Transacts any business continent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor alions Firms and Individuals Solicited 110 Interest Pnld on Time Deposits II A Letter To Our Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forgeMo 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 Premo Cameras U Columbia Graphophonec and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway nail Orders Solicited Q Q MUSS and D C DUNIOAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise I 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 thei Store i You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co iNCOHPOftATCO s Clay City Ky INSURE WITH tF A LYON SON0 AgentsiI Over 200060000 V Represented i Every one who knows anything about insurance know t they are leddetsfri this litre 1 Hffi+H + to +4 ++ + tt+ HHMH r r0 ie I 01 k= RetUrns for the first two qtmr tfers indicate the deficiency in the Pqdtitofiico Depurtriient for the current fiscal year will exceed 15000000 rilOFRSSlONAL GAUDS hN N 11h1 W IM V Lh YhNNNNMhYLYhI R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY The Dodging Periodof a woman life Is the name often given to change of life Your menses come at intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking CARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get It at all druggists In- Sl00 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- I suffered writes Virginia Robsonof East on MJ until I took Cardul which cured me so quickly It surprised my doctor woo didnt know I was taking Iti i THE CHILDREIISSQUAftDIAITHE VICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and l Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c aid 100 FAMILY SAFEIDAHO pertest Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every Results astonishing Relieves Croup In twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also fOr Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Oflmtanl to km wM of H Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PRXFAUCO ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mf10 ChtmM Prop I fireensbero N C bug NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTVIRE I lASTER Convex bottomfits all stoves irw catches the crumbs Gssf the ififth slice or hez or Coffee Pot Toasts 1 tn two minutesM The wire cone throws the heat of a lied Hof coals 4 if Sale fy Dealers I IAIIWSat aciim of Aug Atwlldlzl A III jI I t tY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIFOR cOUCHS OLDS Trial PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROU8LES- I OUABANTEED BATISFACIOB OR MONEY REFUNDED DALVAY CommonerIdam Llern by Fonso third dnm Acltenta by Canada Bred and raced by Talbot Bros Paris Ky mid sold as a three yrold to M II Tiehenor of lilcugo- Dalvay a only start as a 2yrld was at Washington Park track Chi ago on Jul j 14 1003 when lie ran unplaced In a purse race won by Dungannon second and Martins third I tlll1hIminclbloeach of his starts With a single break where ho finished second Dalvay won eight Straight races beating the best horses at Ceicago track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year 1001 Juno 29 Hawthorne=Purso three yearold 6 furlongs Peter J Somors won Dalvay 114 Second Singing Master 114 third Fourteen Starters i Time 116 25 85 I 4 Hawthorne Purse 3yr liulISeven Startersr Time 141 35 75 July 10 Harlem Purse threeyrolds and upward 7 furlongs Dalvay 3 93 I won Dont Ask Mo 5 111 second Comrade 31 08 third Ten starters Time 127 35 405 July 21 Hawthorne =Purse 3yrolds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won Maj T J Carson 112 second Dell Leath 101 third Six starters Time 12885 500 ITuly 24 Hawthorne Iursethreeyr 3jor K 4 09 third Six starters 141 400 Aug 4 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 110 miles =DaFvay j 31 102 won Jake 4 108 second Fon Boluea 51 107 third Five starters Time 147 35 100 24 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds 1 mile Emp of India 102 won Dalvay105 second 5 Foncasta 105 third Seven starters Time 143 75dollars II tllydeyearoldI won The Lady aged 104 second Peter Paul 3 03 Six starters Time 140 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear old upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 00 won ShaXvtum 3 86 sect ond Celebration 4 09 third Six starters Time 14235 500 Sept 0 Harlem Purse threeyear old and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Wainaraoinen590 second or K 41 102 thlrdFive startert Time 130 600 Sept 15 Hawthorno Purse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards 3 07 won Port Royal 15112 second Felipe Luga 3J 07 third Four starters Time 145 85 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Puree threeyr oldst mile Judge 105 won Dalvay J10 Toledo 105 third Three startsecondi 111e l42 75 dollars IOct 22 KansasCityThoFosterTro phy Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3J 112 won Otto 3 107 second MoGee 4 120 third SJx starters Time 13I1J44140 j Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongssNcGee41174 won Otto Stelrel 8 111 second DalvayS I1S third oven starters 12742 dollars Oct 20 KansasCity Purse three yearold and Upward one mileDalv- ay 8J 103 won 3 01 second Forister 3J 01 third Four starters Tinje 1 40 Four hundred dollars In 1005 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced Ills winning races follow Jan 10 Los Angeles Purse all ages 5r6 furlongs Dulvay 41103 won Tim Hurst 3 94 second Paesadena 39Q third Eightstnrters Time 16 325 nges6rurlongil4 105seeundOra Viva 6108 third Four starters Time IslSJf 325 In 1000 was started twice At Beach 20 ho a practicallrlefttoga broke down and has not since been trained It will be noted that in his race at Harlem Sept 01004 Dalvay ran u mile ir180defeatinga1umberof theI fastest horses Ir tin West lIe won pulhdup by two lengths andcq1ld un qU stionnbltbava time had Itbeen necessary In all Dalvay wdn twelve races was fourtlmes sec ond once third and four times unplac ed His winning totaled 0200 tThia most excellent horse will make theBeasonof 1608 at the stable oflhpa Coulee lwest fBta1tol art the 1bto service eejof This fs all excellent opportunity fpr Powell county farmers to + theserv rice of M tlioroigbbied hbaae ThfyeHS nabtftterin the State ylT JI r JQa Sl f i X rC r ty r r j fof IV J iw 1 r f f v Virden d l tllesWtlre hit s moved iiflif l1eqhoiiso tly Willie ill silt Oflydi5 Saturday oijiuusinesg Auiit J tilllri lI1i tiler sick lls at t ng J Els err t Olsons eftSuldiiy morning ftfcloklalionui during the summer GardotiingMi nil the go nQr- There ian gdou portion of it UR an lookihgftIc0We slltiie fine spring- weatltbrtultt = I the farmers tire nuilungg0o1lfiifbolit Mrs Besia lclntosh visited her parents UFO Olomons and wife Sunday and Mondny Lcvi M Evbrman of West Bend was mflus heighbbrUooYl 0110 day hisfcifweefc buying calves AT Rev M PLowry filled the stand at thciitfrch here Satur day and Sunday A good attend ance 2 Here dPlnettho Virdeir corre spondent againafter a delay of soinofeY ce rrs and will beon hand now regJ14r Those Attended chiiriihvh6j here Sunday sere Misses Mile and JenniejBerry Agnes Roberta and Messrs Herman Chester and Henry Evontfanll1nd Charlie Young H Fishing seeriisto be in vogue now ff days rFlift c was a crowd Of ladies went from here to Lul begrud cOracle Cueeday after the finny tribe and fished till in the afternoon whetvthey toka no tion to visit a neighbors house They left their fish and poles on the creek bank don their V j qr 8t8Evelid AYe j retnru they AVerey vd nuich i iSt1frl In = fintltiiiFotlit OIlt lleaf1feiti Itn1rt tliuir iishliil1 elite IISrC1J y flXMr fish vis o hufdeii = tii them erttling hofCxilict clwu8 cotntflstdaf MislsBtJleiLiflfo I ejtltieOtn1l8place mid MipSP9Faiitiiitii t1Oar RfclgiTifyilldget their fish stolen V Rouse and Lots for Sale house of 7 rooms in1estPrn pnrtipri of Clay ity pnftdojiit JiuildiiipB and lots plnrited In fruit trpfrs prrfjie vincrrand8trurberries Also 8 head of hog Mrs Mandy Payne Clny CityKy Commissioners Sale J 0 Powell Circuit Court- J M Kenngn Ac Plnintlffs versus Geo Alford Ac Defendants Notice of sale In Equity virtue ofa judJmentlntl order of pale of tlio ren dered at the March term 1058 them the above cause the undersigned will mi the fourth day ui fay imja- nt 1 oclock p m or thereabout be Ing Court Day t will proceed to offer for saleat Public A U TilRli est bidder ono credit of sir months at tho Court House door in Stan ton property mentioned In the judgment towiH I Situated In the town of OtafCltrK and consisting oN Iot4In Block ti 12 of said city being lots No 42 43 44 and 45 and situated St of said city or sufficient thereof to produccl7834 so ordered to bo made The purchaser will be required to give bond with security for i tho payment of the purchase money tohave the force and effect of areplev in bond bearing legal lnterttst from the day of sale according to law Bidders will he prepared to comply wlih these terms A lieu will be re tallied on the property sold till all tie purchase money is paid Bond payable io Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON MftsferCo1rlOQl CJrrnit Court A I In PrcsldcDtlml Year 18those W rVant the TRUTH Should Read IAn dependent Newspaper TOE EVENING POST DURING TUB YEAR 1008 COSTS LESS TITAN ONE CENT A DAY FRffi A New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Frog Isaac Sk lh to Augustus E Willsoi ill of K ntaekrB OoTernor The complete collection now la xl tence Every true KtntnckUa thoulfl bares copy to bU homor offlcc JUST OFF TilE PBBSS W the sew Keatueky map IJ00In of all Ken tueky1 Governors the complete oenaui of all Kentucky town li clYeD with pictures of all this PrMldeau of the United States Rulers and Flag of all IIlnmaPIlate maps of the United States Paaam Canal Eastern and Western Ilemli pherei rtporU of the Utt three national census and touch other historical information This tralnne and TaJeablc At I at U rKKE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not aoir B Bbacribcr xnd JIOO for a full year e aubicrlptlon by man or S20t for itx monthC aubicrlctton Understand that these rate are by mall only and that jmbterlptlon price bY canter or agent U 19 cents per week The Evening Post la nit In everything baa the moat State news and beet market reports A dally eWlpQer tor 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