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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r o THE CLAY IWTY TIMESt r IVOTIfj fL 1 A GOOD i I t j AllTime Resolution t ti r Going to save all Ican n and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select Stock good Qualities everything honest deal I 0 ings Goods delivered Phone 32 j C SHIMFESSEL i1 R1611NCE MFG Go Winchester K We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors CeilingI Blinds Weatherbparding- Vnrandas Pickets V4 Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts us Your w estimates ISend Shipments I Prof Campbell Retires Prof C W Oampbell in reo tiring from his school work in the Olay City Graded school has giv en good service infour years hard work and will certainly leave tho school in a thriving condition He has been faithful in the performance of his duty to every pupil under his care He has kept a good attendance not what it should have been but has done all in this particular that could have been done by nny teacher I and the parents or guardians are alone sesponsible because all scholars did not at tend Prof Campboll hits hold a better attendance than most of his predecessors and one thing sure those who did attend re ceived correct instructions All that has been said of Prof Campbell may also be said with equal truthfulness of Prof Tra cy and Mrs Ware who have had charge of tho two lower positions in tile school There has absolutely been no dissatisfaction in the Clay City Graded school the year past and this is soomething very Unusual to say of all retire ing teachers in any school Prof Campbell will remain in Olny Oity and likely engage in the evangelical work for the Christian church and work out from this coty We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc Valuable Subscriber Offended When the new postal law re quiring publishers to stop sending papers to subscribers where they were more than one year in arrears went into effect Jan 1st We were then forded to cut off 800 valuable names from our val uable list We thought of no one taking umbrage at our action in complying with the law We sent statements to all who owed us to the limit and told them that we were compelled to cut thorn off and did so One of our very best paying subscribers who happened to get twelve months behind took it as n per sonal reflection on his credit when we stopped his paper as we didall others Ho has paid us up lint said he wouldnt sub scribe any more since we had stopped it on him We regret this but we are greatly surprised that more of them didnt do likewise whoa we wore forced to cut them oil This subscriber didnt really un derstand that we had to cut him off if ho had he would not have done as ho did He is a reasonable man md we know he will be with us again See our lino of WalkOvers for men in Oxfords and Shoes In Tans Blacks and Patent Leather llnrdwick Company 04 tir Twelve Months Dead bine By order of the Rostoffice 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 drop ped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher I CITY COUNCIL MEETS The Olay City Council met in regular session Friday night May 1st The regular routine of bus was disposed oCuntilafter the various regular bills were allow ed as follows A P Johnson Marshal 4000 A T Whitt Treasurer 500 Luther Loving Cle k 5 00 Prof Campbell 8th too salary 55 00 TracyII t 4500 Mrs Pottle WoreJj 35 00 A tucker janitor 1 50 J H Barker 150 Mesker k Bro iron Jonce 45 00 Ed Neal work Qn fill 5 00 Geo Alford II I 11 1 87 The resignation of Councilman 0 0 Eaton wasjread and accept ed H 0 Wnrnvputh was elect ed to fill the vacancy and was immediately sworn into fillice by Judge Fletcher nd took his seat 4 The Marshaisrport showed 11 collected oh fines and 12 on taxes The clrklreported 5 00 collectedon license The election of teachers was then taken up WtiWharesulted in Miss Nannie Tracey of Lexing ton being selected Principal Miss Mary Shimfessel First As sistant and Mrs Annie Derick son Second Assistant The sala ries were fixed at 50 40 and 30 per month respectively The Clerk was instructed to draft an ordinance imposing fine according to Kentucky Statutes against any owner or occupier of mill race when they fail to keep same properly bridged The meeting then adjourned until Saturday night There was not a quorum Saturdry night and the council adjourned till Monday night at which time a gain there was no quorum So the council adjourned until the regular Juno meeting The Lot Sale The sale of town lots in Pat rscks addition at Stanton yesterday conducted by the Ameri Carl Land Company was a success in every particular The sale was well advertised and a large number of prospective bidders were present Sixtyfive of the seventythree lots advertised wore sold bringing in price from twentyfive to olio hundred and fifty dollars These lots as previously men tioned in these columns adjoin the new college building now in course of erection and are high drylots They are very valua ble and the American Land Com pany who held the sale know a bout their business and certainly did well in disposing of thorn Mrs Lizzie Herron is visiting friends in Grayson county and expects to movejihere soon Mrs Herron is moving away for the sole reason that she could not get suitable propertin this town A pointer for knockersClay City riot aeailyet I t DISTRICT CONVENTION The District Republican Con vention at Winchester Tuesday was a real interesting affair Taft sweeping everything I T B Blakoy of Beattyville was elected chairman of the con vention Every county was rep resented with hut one contest this from Knott county The Taft delegates were seated An attempt to indorse for Fairbanks was lost by a vote of two to one John Langley was renominated for Congress by acclamation James A Wallace of Irvine and Allen Cisco of Morgan county were chosen delegates to the Na tional Republican convention Walker Jameson of Lee and the Rev Timothy Timberlake color edof Winchester were named as alternates Noah Magowan colored of Mt Sterling was in dorsed for delegate from the State at large J J Moore of Pile was chosen ab presidential elector H G Garrett of Clark R N Winn of Montgomery and James A Williams of Johnson were nominated for district chairman On the first ballot Winn received os large a vote the others withdrew and he was chosen unanimously The protracted meeting at tho Christian church was concluded Tuesday night which resulted in fiftyfive accessions to the church and a great revival of the mem bership Bro Combs did the preaching and proved to be a great power in revival meetings Bridges Accepted A E Rankin of Augusta Ky State Agent Champion Bridge Company was in the city yesterday Mr Rankin had been to Stanton where he had turned over the two bridges one at Bow en and one at Stanton that his Company had put up for the county this winter There was some question about the bridge at Bowen being too low but when compared with the contract it was found that the company had put the bridge one foot and ono inch higher than the contract called for so the county receiv ed the bridge without further questionThe Bridge Compa ny may always be depended up on to put up contract work and according to contract They have built every bridge in the county and all are satisfactory to tho people The dates for the Farmers In stitutes have been set The in stitute will be held in this county at Stanton August 4 and o These institutes should he of much value to farmers but they have not in the past seemo 1 o realize their value in this coun ty The attendance has always been slim and the interest light It is hoped that Powell farmers will wake up and come out this fall and show a keen interest in the Wm Moore who has been engaged at Sardis Miss for some weeks returned for a visit to home folks last week He reports all of the Clay City colony there doing well and says corn is now knee high in that part of the Southland Our 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 I you to see us befote making n pur chase elsewhere Hardwick fc Co mAnOf Our Artistic Creationsm in Millinery is requested We would be pleased to be favored with your presence at lOUR IrstHuteJo iJ Opening Display 1 I FRIDAYand SATURDAY I April 10and 11 1908 I Mrs W N Bush 1 CLAY CITY KY I THE TIMES runusiiKU EVERY THURSDAY J 15 Burgher Publisher Sobscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday May 7 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 101 Cincinnati Enquirer 111 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNceMENTS WJtflWL w For Congress Wo nro authorized to announce A FLOYD IJYKD as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action oCthe Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CIIAS EWKN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce Jon P GAYIOUD candidate for Jailor sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party Where the Increased Wealth Goes A city paper boasts that as now New York City is worth 14 bill ions of dollars which is double its assessable property ten years HJIO This is true but tell us yhere is there any country prop erty in any old settled slate that hits doubled in value This only goes to show that the great in crease oT wealth in this country principally goes to the Cities and thattholoisltitive laws are aU favorable to the business of tlccities instead of to the sons t f holiest tollon the farnr who really produces all sources of ve tlth but must give much the greater share of it to the city fclick haired tinseled fourhun dred set- H is not just it is a sin and why then should anybody won der at the outbreaks of the to blicco men who have been mak ing a living for themselves and fortunes for the other fellows Tis time to quit A Serious Problem The most serious problem con fronting the retail merchants of the contry today and the one that is giving them the most con cern is that of the socalled mail order systemthe retail catalogue house trade combinationstrusts and commercial But the most menacing trust in the world to day is the commercial combination that tends to destroy the re tail business of the country by diverting the trade from its nat ural channels to the great money centers Not satisfied with the inerchantilo field these com mer cial trusts are also seeking to become the financial depositories for the rural districts by opening bank departments and as an in ducement to the farmer offers him six per cent on deposits The Governor says his soldiers have killed sixteen night riders lIe says he knowstha leader of the night riders The Governor must make good or find himself in n most humiliating position He must capture the leader of the night riders and his lieuten ants He must give the names of the dead night riders killed by his soldiers with details of the w It I I fights in which they were slain or stand before the state not on ly humiliated but discredited Evening Gazette Gov Willson claims to be hard at work on the records of the PowersHoward trials and their petitions for full pardon and thinks ho can reach a decision to day or tomorrow That decision was reached the day he was elected Governor of Ketucky and the records will have nothing to do with it murk our prediction The free bidding and satisfac tory prices realized from the big sale of lots at Stanton yesterday demonstrates at least three differ cut things It takes foreigners to do things for us There is a boom in Stanton real estate the panic dont count with Powell people Gov Willson has an excuse for not attending time State Republi can convention that he is too busy studying on the PowersHow ard petition He displays horse sense in not attending time con vention but finds a fallacious excuse for not doing so The district Republican Con = vention at Winchester Tuesday was quite n dilhrent meeting to time one held last Saturday so fitf as the instructions for President are concerned The action or the county convention now knows wjiat it is to be reversed Time Society of Equity has Ii stsindingreward forttl 0 con victicil of any night riderwho is a member of the society Has anybody ever heard of the Americai Tobacco Company offering a re= ward DovCrNewsjJ This cool weather is merely n reaction of time cold ttehtniAnt Fairbanks received from the hands of these ungrateful and heartless Kentucky Republicans A town with mud roads radiate ing therefrom has no better chance to grow than a tree during aWes tern hurricane The roads are ton town what the branches are to the trunk of a tree Bradley says hl is no worse than the sheol stirred up among Louisville Republicans W e know thats so because Bradley raised the stir What a lot of pie has been lost by the Fairbanks Republicansit their action last Saturday seems that we neednt oxpec much settled weather until afte the convention season Onnderbones May Forecasts The pass word for the month will be whats the score- Book installments will be paid on the 1st Gas meters will run slower and presidential candi dates will run faster Pride which has been going before a fall will go behind a gocnrt Strawberry measure will bo1 Twelve quarts mnkeu crate quartTopmakes a kick Mr Taft will appear at Chicago and engage quarters in tin garage for one 40 horse power elephant and one 00 horse power Teddy Bear Mr Bryan will start for Denver in a 1mule power runabout Congress will ad journ about the 10th and the members will go home and ox plainThe CuI tabbycnt will get The helpless mUe Andthe prohibitionists will set A few more trips liquor t 1 Time sun will rise at 0 oclock and go to bed at 7and the sweet Juno bride will contemplate the near approach of Heaven The breath of May will bring the fern the rose and buttercup and the farmers wife will milk and churn before the men get up The boys will skin the slippery elm with Jimmies barlowknife and the ice man will be out to skin the innocent housewife The frog will sound a richer buss from rivers and ravines and man will tone his system tip with sas safras and greens And then time city boarder wilt Begin to correspond With some bucolic place Of which his wife is fond The host villcprbmiso country fare That most r boons And place his prder up at town For seven tons prunes n 4 The graduate will choose a theme for his groat June oration and plan to tell us what is good for this neglected nation the music school will graduate Ophel iaiml Viola and when they both come home theyll buy them selves a pianola The saxons called the month TriMilki because at this season the dairymaii makes his milk of three parts one part milk one part water and one part front aldehyde After the 28d May will be un der the influence of Gemini time sign of the arms They will be soldiers and work for the government at 13 a month Gemini people are restless They move all the time and you always have to ask them where they are living now They have brilliant imaginations and think Bryan will have a walk over They are foolish and think Taf wont get the culored vote They are brutally liii nest and general- lyi tellthe ytqungmotherthmttrhe baby is ugly s The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help stop the public spitting habit by sending a twocent ttainp today for our at tractive unique hanger card which warns against spkting nuisances People will take notice of this card and once seen nev forgotten Address Doininourtrds Co 1807 Chou teau St Louis Mo The stiffest price you can pay for some things is to get them for nothing 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there is at leastoue dreaded disease thatscienci has been able to cure in all its sta ges and that is Catarrh hulls positivercure now ternity Catarrh being a constitu tionul disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strengt by building ups the constitutio and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have se much faith in itml curative power that they offer One Hundred Dol dare for any case that it fails t0 cure Send forHstbf tcslimoni aU Address F J CIIE I ojC9Tolello 0 Sold by drugglatsATSe lake Hulls Funijjv Pills for constipation To all who will pay upnll ar rearages and one year in advance we will send the southern Agricul turist free for oneyear If you wantjt dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist isono of the best fanmpapers published b t DONT OVER t tlr f+ LOOK THIS s I IDid you ever laugh while grandmoth fhunts for the spectacles that rest on her nose t1 Do you always make the most of every opportunity While looking for helpful moneysayIing opportunities one may be overlook t r ing the very things looked for the 7 r same as grandmother overlooked her spectacles We are closing out f Short Lengths and Odds and Ends DRESS GOODS = at very special reductions Money saving opportunities dont last long Take good care that you dont over look this timely one Mrs J W Williams r r CLAY CITY KENTUCKY v The Whitest White Cake I The Lightest Light Rolls vv And Flakiest Biscuit 1 5 Are Iii loVVli n You UNO 0 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant The great guaranteed cure for Croup Ir Coughsnnd Whooping Sold undera posI Hive ftiinrnntee Your money returned t ever falls It is the only remedy that cures in one dose arid without vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 eta per bottle FOR SALE UY DRUGGISTS t tilE OLESSIIER MEDICINE COMPANY Sole Aroprs Findlay Ohio rt T To Subscrbers Remember that the nosy postal laws which took elfeot Jan 1st pos itively prohibits us from mailing the Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more behind on subscription This forces us to cut off seine good names each week which we very much dislike to do but we must obey the law If you are l cutoff dont blame the publisher Ileace renew andnot miss an Issue J A Ramsey the wollknown Wilchester auctioneer died last liI J w TRG1SJFRUIT an ORNAMENTAL Everything for Orchard Lawnand iQarden I Our Srawberry Plahts are Money- Makers r lry them Write for FREH Catalogue Wo have no Agents i ti 1m v H F HUeivmeyer Sorts r 7JILEXINGT N KYi A- j t ii t i jS S THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY May 7 loos LOCAL BREVITIES DIUNK WAINSCOTS POP Richard Dayof Scott county s visiting Judge Fletcher Rod Eubank of near Winches ter was in the city yesterday Mrs It W Russell is visiting relatives at Jackson and at Beat tyville i Butler Ilerrpn has pone to Portsmouth Ohio where Jio will enter school The Rev It A Irvm has been quite sick this week with acuter indigestion We handle all the latest Butter ick Patterns at 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams Johnny the little son of Mr und Mrs J M Kennon has been very sick this week with fever Mrs Bird Littlopage bas packed her goods and will move to Louisville in the next few lays C SPO oar line of Queen Quality J Oxfords and Shoes in Tans Patent Leather and Vici Hardwick Co Miss McGowan of Louisville Presbyterian missionary lectured the Christian church here yester day evening SeveraUrom here attended the r sale of town lots in Stanton yesterday They all report a lively day for the county seat Mrs Mary Roskos has return ed from Ford where she had been on a protracted visit to Mrs Grunt Elkin Little Willie Elkin re turned home with her The examination of the gradu ating class will take place Friday and Saturday There are five in the class and it is believed that all will pass successfully I Dr Smith reports the birth of a son to Mm and Mrs Smethers of Waltersvillo Friday andalso the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Wm Moore of this city Sunday The selection ofschool teachers i Friday night seems to be very popular with the patrons and it is predicted by all that we will have a successful school next fall The district meeting of tho K P Lodge Friday was largely at tended by members of the order from all parts of the district The banquet Friday night was a very enjoyable affair The first examination of the year for white teachers will be held at Stanton Friday and Sat urday May 15 and 16 Prof Campbell and Mrs Sylvia Rus sell have been retainedby Supt Irvin as examiners The excessive rains which has been keeping the river up and the ground too wet to plow still falls with but little abatement Farmers are greatly behind with their work and will not catch up soon unless it quits raining A gas stove exploded in the hou e of Buddie McPherson at Winchester last Saturday but fortunately no one was injured The many friends of the McPher son family will be glad to learn that none of the family was Blurt c t Farmers are cautioned nbrut turning cattle in pastures where white clover abounds 1heI heavy dews and succulent prop erties of the clover render lle food indigestible producing colic According to a statement issu ed by Superintendent of Public Instruction Orabbe 585805 children attended the public schools in Kentucky in the year 1007 Of this number 07070 were col ored children MARRIED Mr John Baker and Miss Stel la McDowell daughter of Chas McDowell were married at the residence of Arch McDowell in Waltersville Monday May 4th Eld A Easter officiating Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills ihey get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipa tion malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 25c Golden Wedding Celebrated May 4 1008 Elder JIB Ba ker and Mrs Sallie A Baker cel ebrated their Golden wedding in the presence of their children grandchildren and many friends at their home in Lexington Eld 1 B Grubbs officiating Dinner was served ot 330 and among the numerous good things spread to eat was a fruit cake seven years old The table was hand somely decorated with flowers and Chinese napkins Mrs Baker was a Miss Rucker youngest daughter of Reuben Rucker a wealthy farmer and stockman of Clark county Nu merous gifts suitable for the oc casion were presented and each of the donors expressed the best wishes for the happy old couple and hoped for them many more years of peaceful life and pleas ureMrs W N Bush of this city is a daughter of tins couple but was unable to be present on ac count of her continued illness Miss Patcy Bush a granddaughter attended from this city It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams County Telephone Co as well as of tho Home Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discoverylilt saved my life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of mycoughwhop everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee SwannDay Lumber Cos store SOc and 1 Trial bottle free Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reasonable and satisfaction alwys SPOUT SPRING Joe and Moses McKinney are below on a business mission Marion McKinney sold to John W Mize nineyearold horse for 100 00 Owing to the inclement weather but few were at preaching at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd vis ted Mr and Mrs John W Daw son Saturday and Sunday Shalt McKinney has bought the interest of his brother Mo- l i Ft ses McKinney in their splendid farm near here for 2250 00 Asa Todd visited his mother Mrs J F McKinney andsister Mrs Henry Wiseman in Clark county a short while last week Elder J H Johnston has mov ed here from Vaughns Mill Bro Johnston is a good man and he and his family have a hearty welcome in the commu riity A Callfornlans Luck The luckiest dny of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklcns Arnica Salve writes Charles F Rudalin of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles whioh had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under guarantee at SwannDa Lumber Cos store Kimbrell Wm Daughetee of Log Lick was here the first of the week The new school house is going up rapidly and will soon be com pleted John Harris visited relatives near Clay City last Saturday and SundayNick Puckett who has been down sick all winter is still in very poor health Harry Witt Jr of Dry Ridge was at Clay City last Tuesday buying lumber for the school house There will be a meeting at Jacksons Chapel next Saturday at 0 oclock a m for the purpose of organizing a National issue Prohibition club The Worlds Bet Climate is not entirely frco from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less ex tent according to altitude To o vercome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fev er and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bltttrs the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for eVe ery form of bodily weakness new ousness and insomnia Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price SOc B F BERRY i Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits S Also can furnish Nome Made Cof s fins to Order on Short Notice When Desired West Bend Ky eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + + + JPnAUPPIN t Watchmakernn n It d Jeweler iI All Kinds of Watch and Clock I Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call and see mo In the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY r p TIIE I CLAY CITY BANK NATIONAL I- Ii + CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i1I I iM H Courtney President I A T Whitt Cashier B1 Traniaai any business consftent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ationi Firms and Individual Solicited i Interest Paid on Time DepoHits IA LetterTQ our Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies e Premo Cameras II Columbia Graphophones and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway Mall Orders Solicited G G MUSS 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 INCORPOHATIO Clay City Ky ++++ 1111 t 1101 1 111 r WITH i IINSURE SON + + The JLonUincr Insurance Agents tJ ot Eastern iContuolcy + Over 200000000 1 Represented i who knows anything about insurance know i i Every one they are leaders in this line i ++ ++++ + 1 ++++ ++4 +t + +++ + + + + +t+ t++ + ++ f A until in my town wont buy colored supplements to iput UI- 1dr his carpets lectuiso the funny papers tickle his wifes feet IMlOPnsSlOXAL CAlms htDWillIS0h1tflt R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY rr Stock t Profits can be greatly increased by giving spedal care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep them well Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicinei keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine is a pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels It prevents an4 cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic Dis temner Coughs Colds Consttpa tioi Fever Loss of Appetite Was g Away and all the com mon stock diseases ti It Is a perfet meJIcine for gen 9 eral farm use Try f iti3 Price 2g for a Inrgapat Y all druggists ard dealers r r THE CHILDREHSS GUARDIAN- THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS I Group ami Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulant covcrlngand per furnishingAntiseptic galls with every breath Hesuits astonishing Relieves Croup hi twenty minutes abortcs Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Droncjiitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Criminal to bo without It Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTVIRE J USTEA =Convex bottom fits allstovesI Or catches the crumbs 01 he fifth slice or heai or Coffee Pot Toasts i In two minutes The wire cone rows the heat cfa bed of coals j Sale by Dealers JinnI I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrMKings New Discovery IFOR cOUCHS OLDS Trial PRICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OB mONEY REFUNDED nnDALVAY Chcsnnt horse 0 bv the Common son of hanover mid Margerliu1 by Al uurine lain Lovissa by Brutus gocont lain LUrn by Fonso third dnni AciuVnti by Ontiudn Bred and raced by Talbot Bros 1nris Ky anti sold ns JI throe roltl to 31 II Tilhonor of Chicago Diilvnys only start as n 2yrnId win at Wnshlngton 1nrk track Cliifn o on July H 1003 when he ran unplnccd iii a IIIL race won by Rltnnciitlial wltl Diminution second und Mnrtius third As a 3yr old however ho wits well nigh invincible being iiifldo tIll money III- each of hiaatarts With n single break where ho ilnished second Dalvay won hetIlowing is Ills for t year loot ITulII JO Hawthorne Purse three 0 furlongs 1eter J Sonier J22 won Dalvay 114 Second Singing Master 114 third Fourteen Starters lime 1 1525 85 July 4 Hawthorne Purse 3yr olds one mile Ananias 100 won Dnl- U 102second Mi9Crawford 101 third Seven StnrteM Time 141 l5 ili July 10 Ilnrlemlnrse thrlt rods and upward 7 furlongs Dalvay ta 03 won Dont Ask Mo 0 ill second Comrade 3j 08 third Ten starters Tune 1 27 35 405- July 121 Hawthorne Purse 3yroldi 7 furlongs Dalvay 112 won JIaJ T 101IIJuly 21 Hawthorne Purse threeyr olds and upward one uille Dnlvay f3 01 won Fonciista 3 bO second Greg or K 4 01 third Six sturterri Time 1141 100 Aug 4 Harlem Puwethreoyear- old and upward 1 110 miles Dalvay 3 102 won Jake I lOS second FOIL stnrlursII1J1tlornclurll three 111lilt ilinipof liuliu 102 won jAug2l second j FOllclIs1llJCiitlilr iarlemlurre threeyear out and upwaiird 1 mile Dalvny a 100 Won The Liidy aged 104 second Pe ter Paul 3J 03 third Six starters Time 1 40 35 Five hundred dollars Aug 31 Harlem Purse threeyear yardsItlvayond Celebration 4 00 third SIx starters Time 142 35 f500 Sept 0 Harlem Purse threeyear ul and upward 1 mile Dalvay 3 100 won Vainamoinen500 second GllW or K 4 102 third Five starters Time 110 500 Sept 15 Hawthorne Purse three yearolds and upward 1 mile and 70 yards Dalvny 3 07 won Port loyal 5 112 second Felipe Luga 3 07 third Four starters Titan 1 45 35 500 Oct 5 Kansas City Purse threeyr olds 1 mile Judge 105 won Dalvay 1 10 second Toledo 105 third Three start ors Time 142 75 dollars Oct 22 Kansas City The Foster Tm hilly Handicap twoyearold and upward 1 mile Dnlvny flj 112wonOtto Stifol 3 107 second JlcGee4 120 third Six starters Time 1 aJI 1140 Oct 25 Kansas City Handicap nfl ages 5 fiirloimgsi1cGee 4 117 won Otto Steifel 3 111 second Dalvay 8 118 third Seven starters Time 112V 25 dollars IOct 20 Kansas CityPurse three yearold and upward one niile1aIvny 131 I03 won Harbor 3 01 second Forister 3J 01 third Four starters Time 110 Four hundred dollars In 1005 Dalvay started three times and was once unplaced Ills winning races follow I Jan 10 Los Angeles 1nrse nfl ages furlongsDnlvay 4J 103 won Tim Hurit 3 01 second PiiHsadeim 3 00 third Eight starters Tune 1 O 325 Feb 1 Los ngelesPiirse nil ages 0 furlollgKDahn 4 114 woirjToin Payne 4 105 second Ora Viva 6 lufi third Four starters Time 113e 325 In 1000 Dalvny was started twice At Brighton Hoaeh July ill he llnished jiracticitiItoga broke down and has i oi sI ace been trained It t III be noted tint in hisI race at Harlem Sept 0 1001 tIn rnn a tulle in 1 80 defeating u numbnrof the fastest horses in tilt West lie won pulled up by two lengths and could un questionably have made better time herd it been necessary In all Dalvny won twelve races was four titers see and once third and four tOnes unplac ed Ills winning totaled 9200 This most excellent horse will make the season of 1008 nt the statute of Thou Coulee 1 WIt of Staiiton nt the low service fee of 1000 This is an excellent opportunity for Powell conntyfarmers Uhget the serv ice of a thoroughbred houie There Is no butter In time Stnto l DiedinRIchEuond 1 Willie Richj aged forty years died at the Gibbon Infirmary Richmond Friday May 1st of umiisiii Burial ti Scailold Coin I Hut Imistle ccjuilty Sunday lie leaves u wife iudsix children Deceased vnsiubrQthor to IV N Rich of thisJqrt who with his I wife attended the funeral iF1taU Stabbed Vhifajally wound ed by his fcrrfyiefiiilaw1 John Spicer nt QallulianS store on Losts Creek fireathitt county and Spicer waslin turn shot and killed by OalJnhfUis 17yearold son as a result of a quarrel he tween Cnllnliiujaitd Spicer Spi cer was a brdilier of Mrs Oalli han who isimv separated front her husband Oallahiin brought suit for divqrSe several months 1150 mid this is upposed to have been the catiiif time trouble Two other inen were killed in Ureathitt uItuty the same day Gallahan was1 wounded John Robinsons Big Circus WI Bxhiblt At Winchester Friday May S In dientions are that a lilrgw urnwd will attend frinn here Very lit w eXllIrilll1ra c will liivln tUWt on all ruilrolldS V The Show under the manage ment of John I pin on is enjoying its eighty sevehtlr year of prosper tyi and is oiTij of time foremost n musement atiraptiotiH of America jif not of the world It nuuibcrjaiiufuionf its urqnic F- avoritesj sonio Wthe most oxppnsive nnd bust money can pro wire The Oajjt KrHich troupe of America Caviliymen hi ixpoit feats of daringJvind original horse niunslup jatijrs Dutton S Co t three illnuml 1 Jri vf Iuriei greatest J riders and twenty i qucstriilni- ifsouiateH forty joyous subjects of Ivini MoimiM III uglfuIRldlilnu arid morettian uvlfifndnd other fir Iignand AlllerJ h f tires in three rings and an elkvated stuge and iniroduinij Slonttir Herd of trsm od elepliantH Bjgf Realistic Wild West Scliool oOVWiderful Trainee Menujie IhrIlPRl int Alnieal Hal 1t1 and 300 yrhig Gymnasts Nimble Aurobat Maturtalented acr HSjIfTh ltnhIns4Iiow hits aIwmiy- sIwei filIIitll fnrft tiinigeri ii nil this III11l 1Indiem zoological an nex tin must compleie ever uitrricd by ii tened ihw cpniirifiiiitr ci ct Iv and rare HMimulBfrom every sic tMin of till iloli This pplendid arriv of nrtiinnlHl nt will lie semi in the big iliiilj sfjreet Pm rsrlirim nouncHd Imm II jIat4 hi mot nnrge out elaborate iffigeant of modern times eiiinpritiinjrnion tlmn II milt of uold im 1101 wn inu IliHiiii 818 Euclid AVe nnd 500 of the fint ImrseK Tlii is tlieonly luhtr elioytihiifTp Jiodf the circus trust and no ailyunee ii the prices will bu innde Notice to trespasser All pcrHonx aru lieruby notify that nil hunting and ifenpus ing lj forhjddtjii bv till linderjjgied In will pnHecute to the extent of tin law all perrions violating tliulice H IJ HUTMN H new your Huhsitription tifil sty House and Lots for Sale House of 7 rooms in Wester n portion of Clay Oity good out buildings and lots planted in rru1t trees gnipB vines mid straw berries Also S head of hogs Mrs Alhndy Payne Clu Cit Ky Who Will Be President This is n presidential year null every man must rend to keep post nl on politics Th- eCoufien = JournaI HENRY WATTEUSON Editor Is a Demouratic News1 per hut It prints the news as it develops Ont Dollar a year is t he price of tin Weekly CourierJournal But you elI get tlmt paper anl THE TIMES BOTH ONE YKAK KOU One Dollar If you will give or send our or Ilr to this plpHrrllll to the Courier urnal Pr sscd from s i td ConeoraIGraps 1or ta ti wcclflmany years hut we beiLsets years product ill the 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