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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tv THE r CLAY ITY TIMEStoiI 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to kelp Clay City the SBrropling Country and Onrselves j E Burgher Publisher I IVOL XIII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY APRIL 30 J90y NO 8 v= x AGOO1J-l All TimeRsolution i i Going to save all I cann and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select stock good Qualities everything honeSt deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 I Ie SHIMFESSEL I Rbl NCB MFG Glo LAtt Winchester Ky Y x Wo MtllufaCtur Sash Flooring dooreCeilinBlinds Weatherboarding Varnndas Pickets Stairways Sbingles and Etc Store Fronts Send us Your estimates 31mptShipmenfs Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mn lo When YouUse Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED J ACAIN KY Sold by Leading Merchants Kimbrell Charles Jones of Brassfield was hero last week John W Tuttle is at Irvine this week serving on the pettit juryW G Patrick is in Louisville Attending the meeting of the State Central Committee pf the Prohibition party Rev M M Roundtree filled his appointment at Kimbrells Chapel Sunday preaching in the morning and the afternoon James Winn Surveyor and HW McIntosh and Morris Lar ispn as Commissioners divided the Blaritbn lurid fortheheird lastweolFIPhillip Pifckett Ol g1itof y y t t ftt rs u t r 11 ii- t i r We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc The VERSAILLES our Simpson Clem four small year dolIlarsPowell two calves for ton dollars each The man who invented the pop ular phrase plow deep while sluggards sleep and ye shall have corn to sell dndkeepJJshould pnstii10waniPcorn planting Itrbeat TJont forget the big auction sale of town lots at Stanton May 0 Gfb t6B6e Who olso buysif dont want to buy alot for yourself a Df61 M Driver and family of Sol 11 vn visited the fami lY Rf It PItose In this city Wednesdaynight M M i L Zi s r a- W Twelve Months Dead bine By order of the PostofEcc Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas secondclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and all subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when their Subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from wider the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher rr h The t jIR Convention The Repo riS met in mass conv I1ti Canton Saturday Ab Mall wlfs elected permanent chairmanstrid Thos Ogden Jr Secretary tjjjgit The resolutions adopted in- dorsed everything Republican and all Republicans inoffice The following delegates were selected to attend they district convention at Winchester and the State convention E BMc Glone Robt BJackburk Th- osOgdenJrJ H Hambric E H Fuller Frank Earnest J H Hardwickand Jesse Crow The following committeemen were selected E B McGlone Clay Oity S G Baker Hard wicks Creek H 0 Benning field Stanton R A Benning field South Es Isom Farmer North Fork Drake Dun dee Thos Virden The sepyharmo nious or was e qually if aft and Fair wInch to possess ne most desirable atricks addition i I as previously eta columns dispose of at public auction and the date of sale has been fixed for next Wednesday May Oth The American Land Company is an old hand at the business and they never take hold of any thing not worth fooling with This Company has in these lots some valuable property though not accounting for their exceed ing value the company will sell all of these lots at public sale the day mentioned See halfpage advertisement in this paper for particularsAn Unexpected Tide We had another bottom sweep er in the river Sunday but not nearly such a tide as we had A pril 1 The local rains Friday did not raise the river an inch It was all head waters from up the river which fell Fridaynight- and the stream did not begin to rise here untilSaturdaynoon but it raised until Sunday noon It began falling Sunday night and dropped out as fast as it came up Your attention is called to the new advertisernntofB F Ber ri undertakers West Bend in this issue Mr Berry handles a nice line of burial goods and cof fins and besides prepared to furnish onslort notice any kind ot hprneniade coffin gee our line ef WalkOvers for men in Oxfords and Shines In Taps Blacks sind Patent Leather iardvyick Corripahy From the Farm Journal SpringWhen appleblossomsIn spraysTheA splendor fills the summer days When lilacs bloom everywhereAnd gladNo wind The dreary days are far behind i And shall the heart be sad The western breezes blow The brooklets murmur as they flow Neath skies of softest blue i The robin pipes from bush and tree Its melodyOh tool The plow talks now After each rain stir the ground once in ten days whether it rains or not An hour of thinking is often times better than a week of hustlingHappy is ho who knows how to get along with all he can get and how to do without all he can not getTry to add an extra kernel to every ear of your corn this year You can do it by choosing the st perfect ears for seed and- y caring for your crop all the way through as if you were af ter the blue ribbon prize Cultivate cultivate cultivate Remember that it is possible by thoruoghcultivation to grow a good crop without fertilizer but impossible to raise a good crop with all the fertilizer you can pile on if no cultivation is given Dedicate one Saturday morn ing this spring for a general cleanup around the place Burn all the old rubbish make wood out of old boxes boards and bar rels sow grass seed on the bare spots around the house and barn and apply the paint brush to the buildings if they need it A gen eral fixing up will give a neat appearance to the place and add dollars to its value Let the merchant advertise The farmer fertilize The minister spiritualize And the lawyer talkolies Telephone Company Incorporates The local telephone company has been incorporated under the name Kentucky Telephone Com pany capital 12000 Incorpor ators J H Sherley Laura Slier ley Henry Watson and others of Mt Sterling Of course it is the intention of the new corporation to take into control the local telephone exchange Marshal A P Johnson receiv ed a check for 50 from Uncle Sam Tuesday This came as a reward for the arrest and delivery of John Patton to the Feder al authorities at Ft Thomas Ky Patton was enlisted in the army as a private and had deserted The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church will give a strawberry supper at the church Thursday May 7 for the benefit of the same Everybody invited to come out jOur Spring Stock Is now ready for your inspection We have the Largest and most complete Stock to be seen in the county It will pay you to see us befoie making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick Co Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tice B B HUTSON 1 An Inspection z Of Our ArtiStic Creations in Millinery is requested We would be pleased to be favored I with your presence at 1 OUR Opening Display IIi IApnl Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY Kv1 a IIIi Ii j p i t7 f THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUUSDAY J E burgher Publisher I Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 30 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub U scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowTile TIMES and CourierJournal 100 41 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 44 Louisville Commercial 75 44 Home and Farm 75 I ANNOUNCEHENTS For Congress Vo are authorized to announce A forConrsaitrict subject to the action of the IK mocruttc party County Clerk iiFar to announce CHAS for County Court to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor Vo are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLOIID candidate for Jailor sub jlt to the action of the Democratic party Concerted Action Needed Many of the larger catalogue houses nowdo their own manu facturing In the end the job hers and manufacturers who now soil to the catalogue houses will bo eliminated When that time comes and it certainly will come unless something is done to prevent it a few great commercial giants monstrous in size influ ence and resources having practically no competition Pill com bine to dictate the price the mass of the people must pay for every article they sell The inevitable conclusion is not a pleasant one to contem plate and it behoves those who are already feeling the heavy hand of this unnatural combination for control of trade to bestir themselves in their own defense and adopt measures for selfpro tectionThe retail merchant and the local press are entirely unorgan ized and are in no concerted way making common cause against a common danger Attempts have been made by the merchants in some localities to stem the tide by refusing to buy from jobbers who sell to the cat alogue houses This is good so far as it goes but if the catalogue houses cannot get the goods from one source they will get them from another and if necessary will buy tlfe manufacturing plant to secure the output So long as they can by a lavish use of print ers ink create the demand just so long will they manage to get the goods to supply that demand theThe result Republican mass conventions in Kentucky Saturday when seven of theE levenCongresQional districts went for Taft is a direct slap at Boss Bradley In Louisville Brad leys home Taft won over Fair banks by a vote of nearly four to one which only shows that where he is best known he has the least influence If the elec tion of U S Senator were to morrow Bradley could not carry half the strength of his own par ty which now knows him as the American people know Benedict Arnold Tile recent ruling of the Post office Department restricting the right of publishers to give credit has taken nearly 800 good sub scribers from ourlist and is an assumption of power unwarranted by law It works great inju ry to all local papers which from their environments have been obliged to extend a considerable amount of credit 1to their sub scribers s Republicans accuse Republi cans of all kinds of fraud in their primaries last Saturday Well did you ever hear the beat 16 that Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured byaHalls Ca tarrh Cure SrF J CHENEY d CO oledoU1- Ve the undersignede known- F J Chenoy for the lastf1ft years and believe him p honorable in all business trnnesetjonsands ohsligntlonsWalding Kinn faTOMar Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrhjjjure is taken in ternally actingfUlrectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents pjy bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con 4 stipation f TREES FRUIT iij ORNAMENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawn Miarden Our Srawberr Inney Makers l- FREE for DONT OVER t LOOK THIS 1 I V Did you ever laugh while grandmoth er hunts for the spectacles that rest 4t on her nose Do you always niake the mostof every opportunityWhile for helpful moneysav ing opportunities one may be overlook ting J the very things looked for the same as grandmother overlooked her spectacles We are closing out 4 Short Lengths and Odds and Ends r DRESS GOODS r at very special reductions Money saving opportunities dont last long Take good care that you dont over look this timely one fj N I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i 2 Grand Auction Sale 0F rffi i I I I Ii I TOWN LOTS VA i 1IN STANTON ITMrs KYWednesday 1 i ISale Starts Promptly at 10 A M Big FREE Barbecue Big Brass Band A 20000 LOT FREE to par Ityholding the lucky ticket YOUR OPPORTUNITY to buy a High Class Lot at YOUR OWN PRICE These m Lots adjoin the New College which is NOW under construction Every farmer should OWN a LOT in Fast Grow = ing STANTON Every LOT will DOUBLE IN VALUE in the next 18 MONTHS All these LOTS will be sold in one day regardless of price Dont fail to hear COL MORROW the famous Pittsbure Auctioneer = A for All Free Dinner tree Brass BandBig Day == = Lot==A Big r I Remember this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY Sale starts PROMPTLY 10 A M All LOTS sold on EASY TERMS which will be mentioned on day of s- aleAmerican Lad Company tHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAF ER THURSDAY Apr 80 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES DUIMK WAINSCOTS POP Mrs Ilerrottnvisited at Campion yesterday Several tike strings of fish were caught on the rise of the recent tide C 1 t Miss Naunie Traejof Lexing ton visited Mrs 1attie Ware Sunday Wo bundle nil tlio latest flutter ick Patterns iit 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams Luther Stephens of Stnnton is serving oh the Federal grand jury at Richmond this week B F Berry lending citizen of West Bend wjisnrarisaitfing business in the city Saturday For Big Bargains in Dress Goods go to Mrs J W Will iams store during this mouth fepe our lineof Queen Quality Oxfords and Shoes in Tune Patent Leather and Vici Hnr wick L Co Swann Day Lumber Company bus started up the box factory aced the stave mill hero this week Merchant J R Hurst of Vaughns Mill went to Lexington Saturday to buy a new stock of goods v J0 Patrick solid Tuesday to Q F Spencer of Winchester a town lot in Patricks addition to J H Stan ton for W8T 00 j regrc this time the selection of teach ersi illpxobtahly ceiue a1 J B Hall of Lexington F B Russell Louisville and B W hall Mt Sterling f leading Taft supporters were Here Friday Our advertising space is again crowded this week to tho limit and we may yet have to enlarge the paper to a six column sheet Mr and Mrs Dillard Estes of tipper Hurd wicks Oreok visited the formers parents Mr any Mrs A O Estes at Waltersville- the latter pnrtof the week J The cool weather of this week has been surprising to most of us that no frost hits occurred By this the fruit and early planted vegetables have escaped injury There is no abatement of high in cattle At Winchester Monday we observed tIre highest prices in cattle sales we over before saw realized by farm orsMr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Banford Leo county return ed Tuesday to their home after several days visit to Judge and Mrs W T Adams at the Red River Hotel 1 R Levi and R E Tiin hers with tho American Land Company Charleston W VaM werein the city Tuesday on bus iness connected with their big polo of town lots at Stanton next Wednesday Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it nnd lieidnche nnd biliousness and tho poison that brings jaundice tape iDr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that do tho work without grinding or griping 3 5o litSwannDay Lumber Cps atore 1 T f rcf + k1 0 xn x c Night Riders in olNightriders visited a llCO heal of AvP Arthur who resides near Stantoif Monday night and after destroying the bod they dug n grave by the side of it and left it notice w rlliirwllirillIot to sow any more tobacco beds for ten day s t IhRRIEDt r James Bradley and Mill Id- aPattotldauahterofJames Patton were married in this city Tuesday evening at 7 oclock Prof 0 W Campbell ofliciating A Twenty Year Sentence I haw just completed twenty year liuultli sentence imposed by huclihnH Arnica Salve which cured nje of J lueding piles just twenty yunrs agoi writes Q S Woolever of LeKuYBville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores bulls burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25e at Swunn Dny Lumber Cos store No than can stay strong by holding down a soft snap Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Morton Uaincy rinintiff versus Alice D Morton Defendant Notice of sale In Equity By virtue of n judgment and order of sale in titoPowt ll Circuit Court ren iloved nt tile March term there otlIn tim above cause tillS ftuder signed will 611 the 4th of May 1008 nt 1 oclock pm or thereabout being Court will proceed to offer for sale nt Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months nt the Court House dour III Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judgment to wit Ilcginning nt set stone on ridge nt Pig 1 corner to McCall thence N 52 8134 to n stnke south Jude of rind thence N 02 E the ridge dividing same with amarked lino SO 810 poles to a set stone Fig 25j on n point old hickory pine supply lug pointer with tho meanders of the ridge us follows N l5aj K polesN 15 K 10 poles N 0784 Il 15 poles N 88 12 K 4 45 poles S 76 polesN i Chestnut Oak tree marked Fig 3 cor ner to Lain West formerly Peters corner thence still following the me nnders of tho ridgo N 5 K 80 15 poles N81 E 815 poles N 851n I H312polps ton white oak stump nt Fig 4 corner to Lum West thence 34 31 E 10 110 N44 12 E 20 poles to a small black onk nt the foot of the cliff Fig 5 thence N 644 Iover and ne cross the cull 15 poles to n large poplnr in 11 rkoil standing between rock at Fig 5 12 thenco N10 W 10 45 poles N 23 W 12 tri K4 1E 20 poles to a stone a point at about 8 or 4 hundred yds west chimney ton rock thence still around the ridge Is 51 12 W 1312 poles N 7234 W 1012 pblesN 3112 W 0110 poles N 0 W poles N 112 W 20 210 poles to n black onk marked Fig 7 corner to P Lewis thence N 57 84 W 25 810 poles to n chestnut onk on Fig 8 corner to said Lewis thence S 71 12 W 10 poles to a gum thence C3 12 W 0 poles S 0314 W 24 poles to a white oak nt Fjgi 0 thence leaving the ridge nnd creasing hollow N11714 W 40 poles to a tone Fig 23 corner to lot No1 In Lewis linoaaid stone two poles N 312 W of hickory thenco 8812 E 70 poles to n dead pine marked on the ridge to n corner to lot No1 Fig 22 thence down tho point of the ridgo S 2p W 52 poles to a set stone near the branch n corner to lot No1 Fig 21 thence down tho brunch S 3714 W 30 010 poles to n small white oak stand ing on the side of the branch Fig 10 and corner to lot No1 Thence a 10 14 W 4 310 poles ton stone Fig 18 thence S 2012 W 17 12 to n stnko Fig 17 Thenco S 40 14 W 8410 poles to n stnko Fiel S CO W 7 3JO poles to n stone on the N AV side of the branch where it crosses the road and corners to lot No1 Thence nlong the average middle of tho road S41t4 W 17 N ft8 12 AV 20 12 poles to a stake in the middle of the road nt Fig 15 12 nnd corner to lot No 1 In John Kings line 84314 AV 130 410 poles to a stake on tho ridge JlOlesS13 84rE 23 810 poles to the plnco of pgimngnnontnnnp 85 acres or- sliclent thereof to jlrodtlco so ordered to bo mnt o T111 gurclpser will be to give with npproedsecurit for the payment of the purchase mopes replIn I llPilwcm J Citcut CAar- tS L T t- v Consumptive Coughs ate tho forerunners ol dread consumption bo broken up and entirely cured If treated It Is only by removing the cause of the disorder that an abso lute euro can be effected Plsoi Cure to the root of the trouble and restores the lungs to a normal condo tion It Is a tale and exec live remedy All Druggists 25 Cents Peaceable old Clark county has been infested with Gov Will ons soldiers tho past week timid the citizens are rightfully very indignant at such an action Both Judge Benton and Judge Evans say they Jiave novel been needed there nnd have novel been called for U hemp lHe dot WItatrtle Needed Nine yeardai lft looked ns if my time kbad como says Mr C Fnrtldiio3imjreek Inl TIT was life hung on a very slendetiuiread It was then my druggist crrreeonjmended EIlectrio Bitters I bought n and I not what I needed atrenyth I hull one foot in the grave hilt E lectncBitters jjuc in back on the turf again and Ive been wellever since Sold under guarantee at SwannDay LiinlberCoaetore 50o j No man knows his full power until he turnsjton some worthy purpose Ifr We see a number of our resi dents have begiih to paint white wash and otherwise improve their premises Others should emu late these workjuucxnmples Death eels Jesse 1loreVa hud a ell ring of 1900 Iaekof I pncut e andlf wit TheKings NLH H UvvU me immtd taking two and n- managuln as a well that New Discovery is emedy for coughs and hu sense in nl the world Sold under guarantee at SwanuDay Lumber Cos store 50o nnd 8100 Trial bpttle free e B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Full Suppty of Coffins caskets Bu r rial Robes and I Suits e Also can furnish Home Made Cot I tins to Order on Short Notice 0 When Dc5Iredi West Bend Ky I r e s I JPrlAUPPIN I Watchmaker f t and Jeweler Iii t All Kinds qt Watch and Clock + t kepalrlnj oil Short Notice and t Reasonable Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED tins of i i Jewelry Spectacles + Callendtaeeuc1tin the Red t River tr r lt II ITY r KENTUCKYffCtAV rrp p++ + tr4t ++oOV +a tfo + r TIIE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CIaY CITY KENTUCKY I ICupltnM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Transacts any bulnenconliilent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ations Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits Ir I A LetterTo 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 li A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks anti Supplies Premo Cameras r Columbia Graphophonep and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQAN 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 A Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities A e Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and- S lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you t What is said ofour Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store Youare invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showingyou and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCORPORATED Clay City Ky UVSUK13 AVIXII t FA LYON SON f The JOpruliiipr IiiHiirnnoo AtfcutH f- of iOl1ttloi t Over 200000000 i Represented j Ltveryoneywho knows anything about insurance know they are e in this line + + 1 +++++ +44+ 14 ofn K I it i l4 n in my town wont bu cored supplements to put un der his carpets iiecause tin funny papers tickle his wifes feet rUOKKSSIONAL CARDS r wwnvwruw u wwwwnwnwww R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON OLAY CITY KY U SMITH M D HYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAV CITY KY BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all its fearful ills KILL THE COUCH ANDCURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNO TROUBLES GUARANTEED SAT SPACzOal OS MONEY BEFUNDED DALVAY Cheanut horse 6 by the Commoner son of Hanover and Margarine by Al ecrino dam Lovissu Brutus second dam Llera by Fonso third dnm Aeicenlu by Canada Bred and raced by Talbol Bros Paris Ky and sold as n three yroldto M II Tichenor of C hioago Dalvays only start as a 2yr ild wag at Washington Park track Chhugo on July 14 1003 when ho ran unplaced ir n purse race won by Blumenthal will Dungannon second and Martius third wellnlglInvincible each of his starts With n single break where he finished second Dalvay won eight straight rrccs beating the best horses at the Ceicago track The fol lowing is his recorh for the year 1001 June 20 Hawthorne Purse three yearold 0 furlongsPeter J Somcrp SlnglllJMosterTime 1152585 July 4 HawthornePurse 3yr olds one mile Ananiaa 109 won vny 102 second jMlsaCrawford lot third Seven Starters Time 1 41 35 75 July 16 Harlem Purse three yrolds and upward 7 furlongs Dnlvoy 3 03 won Dont Ask 1le5 111 second i Comrade 3 08 third Ten starters Time 127 35 465 July 21 Hawthorne Purse 3yrolds 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 wnniMaj T I J Carson 113 second lob third Six starters Time 12835 OO July 24 Hawthorne Purse threeyr olds and upward one mile f3 04 won i Foncnsta 3J bO second Greg or K 4 00 third Six starters Time 141 400 Aug 4 HarlemPurse threeyear- old and upward 1 110 miles Dalvay 31 102 won Jake 4 108 second i Fon soluca 5 107 third Five starters Time 147 85 100 Aug 24 Hawthorne Purse three y eurolds ImileEmp of India 102 won Dalvay 105 second loncusta 105 third Seven starters Time 143 TSdollaraJ- f Aug 20 Harlem Purse threeyea old and Upwaard 1 mile Dulvny 3 100 I won i The Lady aged 104 second Pe ter Paul 3 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 3 00 won Shawuna 3 80 sec ond Celebration 4 09 third Six starters Time 14235 500 Sept 0 HarlemPurse threeyear old and upward 1 mileDalvay 8100 won Wniimmoinen500 second Greg or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 130 500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three= yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvay 3 07 won Port Royal 5J 112 second Felipe Luga 8 07 third Fouc starters Time 145 35 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds l mile Judge 105 won i 110 second iToledo 105 third Three start drs 75 dollar- sOct22KansasOityThoFosterTro phy Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mllo Dalvay 81 111 won Otto Stlfel 3 107 second McGee 14 120 third Six starters Time 1313 1140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap all ages 5 furlongsMcGeo 4 117 won i Otto 3J Dalvay 3 118 third tieven starters Time 112j 25 dollars threeI vny won i i Foristtr 3J 91 third Four starters Time 1 40 Four hundred dollars In 1905 Dalvny started three times and was once unplaced Ills winning races follow Jan 19 tOil Angeles Purse all aces G f furlonga Dnlvny 4J 103 won rim i Hurst 3 01 second i Piissadeifa 3 00 third Eight starters Timel0j 1325 Fob 1 Los AngelesPurse all ages 6 jl furlollgsu olmy 4 114 won Tom Payne 4 105 second j Ora Viva 5 108 third Four starters Time 1I3J 325 In 1900 Dalvay was started twice At Brighton Bench July 20 he finished IlructiculIr toga brokudown and has not since been j trained It will be noted that in his race at Harlem Sept 9 lOOt Dalvay ran n mile in 139 defeating a number of the fastest horses in the West He won pulled up by two lengths and could un questionably have made better time had it been necessary Iii all Dalvay won twelve races was four times sec mid once third and four times unplac ed His winning totaled 9290 This most excellent liorse will make tho season of 1908 at tho stable ofThos Conleel west of Stanton at the low service fee of 1000 opportunltYQrPowell lea offt thoroughbred boast tThere is no better in tlio State West Bend MrsT C Everman ia inuoh het er at this writing A number of the farmers are planting Corn tHlaT week Sunday schooilwus organized ot this place last Sunday Mr and MrHIN Berry visited Mrs Marion WHifco Sunday Mr S B Everman bought a horse at Mt Sterling last week rDvisited at T G Morebeads last Sunday 1 G W Kerry and Letcher Dal on were In Winchester Monday on business r I N and Gt X Berry and Lfttcber Dultonlaended court at It Sterling hakJo- hn 10 VhltoJ fudent of Berea College wad caljfibithe bedside of his mother lust week Khous very lowMisses Belle und Lille Wore and Nancy BerrjTvlsited Miss Minnie I ludBon last Saturday night and Sunday Mrs CIde Jlumfield who has peen visitingYS Roberts und family returned homo Monday at Columbus Ohio ijThose who attended Henderson ifffConleeu g Stanton from this place rretGl1orehc8dJ- A and Jas Roberts Herman Ev erman and lutcher Dalton North Bend Uncle BilJi t11eo is very sick at this The tide ve several farmer flc along the rive u+ ks Tliedour of 1 Jackson services at llossly several troth herepMiss Helen 1 entertained quite a number ol dung friends at her homo on Sunday after noun All present report a pleas nut time j Mr Vernon Burns a very int lustriouR young farmer and Miss rfudie Hollllcsavcry young ludy of n sweetII nijecl in the holy oddsof mony on Thursda teVeniug April 2Q in the ofu large number of frienda vHev James Kirkpatrick flicij mig Mr Keuben UGrpv of Vin ton and Miss Belle Arthur of tliii pliue were united in the holy bonds of 1a tri mouy on Wednesday eve Atfril S2at the home of the brides parents in the presence of a lrtrge number DIO Euolld AYe of relntisQsand friends the Rem James KirkolidatiDj The groom is lie of the lead ing young men of the cJ llt be ing avery industriopsfurtuernw- u member the 10 0 F loijgK The bride is a very sweet yimn lady loved by all w hq know h- nnd I we can trutl fiiljy siiy 1H Grow has won one of the swect est belles in the snooty I i Renew your subscription today House and Lots for Sale House of 7 rooms in WpKter portion of Clay City good oiit buildings and lots planted in frul trees grape vines and strawberries Also 8 head of hogs Mrs Mandy Payne Cla- yCommissioners City Ky Sale Powell Circuit Court J H Kcnnon Ac IlnintilTs versus Geo AJford c Defendants Notice of sole in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order or of the Powell Uliquit Court rendered at the March term r 1008 thereof in the above cause the Undersigned will on tho fourth of 1008 nt 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day will proceed to offer for sole nt Public high est bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stan ton Ky the property mentioned In the judgment to Situated in the town of Clay Ky and of 4 lots In Block No 12 of sold city being lots No 42 43 44 and 45 n nd si tun St of said city or sufficient thereof to produce 17884 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security forth of tho money replevInbolldbearln day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will bo retained on the property sold till all the purchase money is paid vliond payable to Commissioner V ROMULUS JACKSON eater Comr Powell Circuit Court 1 IrOr producedthe y v many years but we believe tUs years product is the crowq of perfection Naboth Gmpe Juice stands for pro gression Better each year lin proved by the wisdom oC each years experience in careful pressing and developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is we a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNalwth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Law Delicious Pure InvigoraU log For sale by dealers THE NABOTH VINEYARDS Broctofl NewVork DIP AN- DDISINFECTANT THRIFTY UVE STOCK n CIOIfy H7 adpad arrwprmtdFLodortunertou rid red i I 1dJuTtlEHYCENODlSINFECTANT CO CLEVELAND OHIO LETTERS FROM USERS OF THE Syracuse EASYWashermachine lit V plete fmcce i I learned more aboutwashing out ofyont baTeboeIlpaJinc1I writerIdON the wubteg thoro ffely It certainly run no equal nL1OJImnD1t AvIa Ili Make the washisgeasy for e etwelfth of the year at our N earnitsI FormulaagiV1yJtyaluableIRformat1onOQwaa DODGE A 3fyLJa DIII Y Oldg SyrmcuM N Y1r r- T O 4 f No nin1iipg tlilltjufcrliHillJ1 IU ri ni4v toduv I rnr 1Vinchestei Bank ticeIWIRATEii V H WiTiiEitsrooN Pref apital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO- vre solicit the accounts of ituHvii tats firths ThudaortglraUnus14 IeoTRADE MARKSIAnyone pending a ketcb and description mronr opinion ail iiTenlUn It probably ConmiunlM UOlla rleU IOlIlIdollt at 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II Oampton June 857 Stanton 426 II Oluv City 4W II LE Junction 5 07 858 4 Wlncliestqr 020 012 lrLexington6055 055 CONNECTIONS L h E Junction Trains Nos 1 SterlingOompton Junction AHtrnins con sect with time Mountain Central for CamptonTrains JJO83 and 4 vill shake con ncctlon at B attVvlllu Junction awith- Ii A Railway for jpa Jmgerstoamid from Be ttyvllle O tt Ju1i tonl Tralas Nos 3 I Ic nilectI xOTl aRf Idcalstatlpnsphthatilluii i n C fii r v S pcf tt t + a