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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t c THECLAY ITY TIMES i k 50 Cents ai YcriHh Advance We are here theto help Clay City SnrroanJing country and Ourselves JE Burgher Publisher iY2ti 8 CLAY CITY KY i 51tUsenet Furriiers arc about done husk lug Gurit linbhitf hunters are plentiful solo kills em and some dont riot laid Campbell Townsend hnvemoved into their new house Hurah for Jim and Campbell Died on Tuesday Dec 8th Miss Alice Hanks daughter of Randall Hanks of consumption V 0 Martin Deputy County Clerk went to Patsoy one day last week to complete some real estate transactions Squire W 11 Townsend who was burned out three week ago hatlerectedanother house on the same spot and is living at home again find now comes the startling meveIland notlmonke5 our Chief Executive in 1004 or ye will git left sarten Sage Elder Joe Adiuns failed to fill his appointment here Sunday Xmas will soon be here Wutch Santa1elA and SD Wills are spend iug several diiys withthoi sjatCl y JtlJ IElhn1l1io i tijI Maoufacture SushIdprs Coiling Shingles Store Fronts t Eddie Hardwick closed her school Friday last and we regret to see her leave Sage town Mr and Mrs Abh a number of friends from Bend Satur day and Sunday Mr Andrew Chambers stopped here on his way to limit hitt county whCre he expects to en gage in a job of logging Messrs Reuben and Lee Roy Willoughby has returned Itom from a five months stay in lad- ann They like the Hoosies O K and expect to return 141 Misses Wills gave a loci Saturday last from 0 to 10 ocloc p m in honor of Miss Lodi o siniWilloughbys among whom wer present Misses Amanda Dell and Bettie Willoughby Eddie Hardwick Millie Osborn Eva Lou Emma and Ethel Wills + Messrs W IT Poynter L lash W H Collins H 0 an L A Miller Andrew Chambers P G Pelfrey J H Cooper1 Times Martin F and A Wills L R L A Joe and Reuben Willoughby The were Opened by doxology then music performed by Mr L C Kash on harp accompanied on organ by Miss Eva Wills also music on Violin end guitar AlrCIorta ti oijJ At i DReadyTime firm of Shimfessel Wnldron having heenclisscIvedI and the partnership closed I will continue the business nt the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you needtwill bo kept by me and sold at close prices 1 have an elegant line of FaJIMiIlinery You can be suited hero ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can bo anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should se our line before buying Wo aro closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in thisIIline at a bargain dont fail to my stock ThankiiiK time public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am ii Respectfully yours C Shimfessel bh NGE MFG GO Winchester Ky We Flooring JJliriilsVnrahdas Weathorboarding Pickets Stairways and Etc 1Miss Beningfte- entertained time North the SpringThe exercises AT We are Headquarters for lUiilding Paper Felt Roofing Flintdid Roofiingu elaliaa SendUs Your Estimates Ppomt Shipments r i y qIon Frozen Grefekj and they all missed fillet a their swelland pratrncted n jr irSno Creek Charleyp rg slid wife have- moved to W i1ILlister Wo uridelrshind that the East TennessQO TJi lephpitq Company togLickOur 6C11e01 lOSed Friday The children wxreatlydisnppoiut 1ed as tlreyjfajled to get any treat and of cciirsgtthey are alloffended Eld E WSMarcum preached his furowefnsrinon at Log Lick meetingIMarcum has eeu with the pee thirrwoolapreach forSKn longer but drICu mstunce ivente him from so doing jfS done 11 bdMr and MS Jack Parker gave the young fly a social Friday attendanceIwere Tena OgI den Lillie IDyipnLillie Kerr Maggie Ni131 i Sallie Susie Nora nnd IJd iGrow Millie and Lillie ChiBmfaressrfl Willie NiL liqbatTTendereoH Ton Willie and IAm sey ViCion1ugs11 Albert and Bud Crow Albert Woody John and Albert Cliisin Irvine Items IleralLDr who has in Floridaiipon an extended visit is expected to return home today or tomorrow Onpt S F Rp of Richmond was in our city in thet interest of the oilwells on Sta ion Comp He is much encouraged with the prospects Rev W F Stafford has announced that alien his regular T meeting the third Sunday in this month that he will preach his farewell sermon The people of the community deeply regret the fact that they are to lose him Prof Wilson 5s preparing for a weeks entertainment during the s Mr iWilsons ability to train for an e entertainment and tithe excellent taentpossessed a mong the school children will certainly insure a treat 11Eerettvery low with pneumonia and atone time last week was thought lobo dying is no y thought to be out of danger Cvo other chil dren of Mr rind Mrs A D Snow den are also confined with the same disease Miss Lou and Du vault ffcThos Campbell aged 74 was seriously injured Iyst Friday by his horse slipping pn the frozen grinutiland falling backwards him It wa nt first h olierb that Mr was picddangerous condition but timecl Treport seems to baiiynistake and n despite his age hex asS recovering rapidly7r Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your sy tern is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember time trout lesonio rouses It never fails to tuna the stomach regulate the Kid nays nd Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Ito n down systems benefit particularly and all this usual attending aches vanish under its searching cold thor oiigh eiTectiveness Electric 13itte is onl50c and tint is returned ifI it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co IWillTear Up Tuesday mornfng at Tint Man pins grist mill on White Oak creek Estill county the wood saw which was used to saw wood for the boiler burst and pieces thelsame Mr Maupin who was op crating the saw received a vio lent blow but was not materially injurede A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you tnke Dr Kinds New Life Pills foi Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver o Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store- Applicants Li 1ri7 o o Plenty In all there are about twelve candidates for Marshal of Clay City and the new council will have a difficult undertaking to choose the hest man as all of the applicants are deserving gentlemen Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will presist in closng cnrs against the continual rec ommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended by fatal termination Rem who K Beall of Benll Miss hns to soy Last fall my wife had every symptom consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery otter everything else hud failed Improvement came nt once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar antced by 5ttnnn Day Lbr CosI Price 50c and 8100 Trial bot es freerIiOers11 CO cent grades MrsJ W Williams Clay City Ky House and Lot For Sale Two storv frame house of siven rooms well finished with necessary outbuildings located in the Eastern of the city Lot 50 x 120 Will sell nt a bargain B M McPllEARSON H CCAY CITY KY = Saw Mill For Sale One jlOhorsepower engine and oiler and good saw mill with car = of from 0 to 8 thousand feet er day All machinery in first ass running order Will sell nt bargain Call on or address G D COOK Virden Ky w a w A Frightened Horse I Running like mad down the streets dumping the occupants or n hun dred other accidents nro every day occurrances It behoovesevery body to hnven reliable Solve handy and theres none as good as Buck lens Arnica Solve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothingeffect 25c at SwannDny Lbr Cos store Farm For Sale rsNinety acres of coed land well improved nt Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms nnd mill necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at n bargain ALLKV Osnonv Spout Spring Ky 0 fThe Balance I Wheel anlomnantThe Jvibrations nn hour if its ill HOolti J sluggish J will move 3558 miles in a year and ofadreqifcotlittln badly Fun least degree 5 of friction on the bearings niters Letentoclaanandoilnnd endrJWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITYia rThe many little ways in which onlyttried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT nt once and accumulate money e Hough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money milters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up soil will pay you three per cent interest compounded every six months on your savings We have issued n book explaining the workings of this department which wo shall be to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky InOFKSSIONAL CARDS a andrand4ra rdandanMdraada anraroN Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of cUcceisful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for ii flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUX TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RG Mansfield Son KOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Mr Win Edo hns bon em ployed in Clay City several days this week W E HctlinboughtQfJ W IcKiuuey a pnir of yearling imilog fQr 310 I Mwion McKinney of Lexing ton is hero this vaek visiting his brothor Dr McKinney I Rankin tote little son of Mr and Mrs AVUliaiu J2 Jleiftn has iOOfiluito sick with croup this week iV Mr Jos P Wrfgiit tWdr with rhdumatism iftliis limbs n rain and is now not ablo fowalk across the floor l The three members of Zeke Conners fnmily who hnva been down with lover arc now con valoseing and will soon bo stout againTom McKinney has moved to his new residence which is now about completed Geo P Doug las of Levee and Reuben j Tip ton are doing tho mechanical work onhisnewhome Many of our farmers are heavily stocked up with hogs and are thoraforo keenly feeling the de pression of tho market Corn is very scarce and this tends to make a hud matter worse Mrs John W Smith of near Sums who was operated upon last summer for cancer is now Iowa with malaria and hardly expected to recover Dr Berry man is the attending physician 9 Prof Frank Edwards who has recently sold his farm and per sonalty to go West mention of which wafe made tho last issue of the TIMES left this week with his family for the Indian Territory The Professors two brothers Messcr0 T and G L Edwards have been in the territo ry for secruhmonths and are verytwfcll pleased In the now country Prpf Edwards was one of Estnitebesfecitizens ajid one JliaFwill be grQatly itis q- hjJlsnu1UerQtlsfr el Whilq delirious Jyphoid favor Eugene Strother eldest sorfttf John C Strotherybneof the bestknpVii lawyers in villojunpef1frora tjijrdpry wiodihr tJioSt Jftmesi 1rIft- mcuts and died an lioiTrlater Xy fi THE TIMES rUllUSHKI EVEUV THUIISUAY j 15 Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Coats per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents I Entered fiB ecol1tlcluss mail mutter Thursday Dec 17 1003 v CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rues with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TISIER and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnnti Enquirer 110 V Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 78 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court NAXVIE N OJITJlCVTTIlIintllT vs- EI MUNI A WOLFE and Ol nu OIIIOKEXTUCKY On Coofondant NOTICE OF stuff- Ily virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of the Toro Court ron tiered at the November term 10W T will on Monday the qth Day of Jan 1904 at about 1 oclock p m at the 1owelllConlltat public outcry livesixths 60 in terost in the rights in the lauds herein describe together with sdoli assessments as arts necessary to behind in dc eloping said minerals which interest was acquired by tho defend curt the New OhioKentucky Oil Com pany under and by virtue of a con traot dated March a 1008 which contract is on file with the record in the above styled case in the clerks oflico of the Powell Circuit Court mil which contract bllgllt 8Sllicf coinpany to pay I a stipulated price per year foreach gas well front which gas is used and to pay a onetenth J10 royalty of till oWonJOlIlnoil produced to the defendant Ed mind AWolfo and Nan raid tt nlltllll which contract said Wolfe and the plaintiff retained in themselves tits remaining onesixth interest in the oil and gas right grant ed by the land owners which onesixth OUowlIed by plaintiff und defendant Wife will iiot be sold The lands in which said livesixth 50 of the oil and gas rights subject to the charges and royalties above nam ed will bo sold arc situated in Powell County Kentucky lind are bounded as follows First tract Bounded on the north by lied river on The south by the lauds of G W Gravett on tho east by lands of Charles Barnett and AVm Suowdeii on the west by county rend also an other tract bounded on the south by James AVelch on the west mid north by lied river on the cast h AV II cal llL Daniel and Tt Cyler containing 424 acres in both tracts un the hindowned by George W Clam on tho 24th day of April 4902 Second tract Bounded on tho north by lauds of J White on the east by lands 67 Peter Todd on the south by lands of Nlblack and Hampton and on the west by lauds of Dock AYinburn containing 110 acres and owned tithelathiday of June lUOi by Elizabeth Burgher and Mollie E Tipton Third tract lloundcdon the north by Worth Garrotts land on tho south by lands of Gus Shiinfcsscl rattle east by lands of Jesse Deriekson on the west by landsof tho McKinney heirs and BicharxlSwope containing ICO a cres rand owned on the 2th day of Juno 1002 by Allen Burton Fourth tract Bounded on tho north by the lands of Samuel Carr and W II Seal south by tho lands of G AV Chirk on the east by lands of Mary McKinney on the west the lands of KuSscll Mountz oontninfng 15 acres and owned on tho 24th day of April 1002 by Charles Welch Ac Fifth tract Bounded on the north by lands of Allen Burton on tho smut by the lands of Matt Abney on tho east by lauds of Gus Shknfesscl on tho west by the lands of tIll McKinnoy heirs containing ICO acres an another tract bounded on the north bYJhe lands of the McKinnoy lrnirs- on the south by tho lands of Richard Swope on tho east by the lands of Worth Garrett on the west by the lands of It T Kcnnon containing US acres both said tracts owned on the 27th day of June 1003 by J AV Burton and wife Sixth tract Bounded on the north by the lands of Henry Tjpton on the east by tho Inn s n Tyreor6n the south by tho lands of tho McKlniioy heirs on the wesjtby tho lands of the I1002bySeventh tracts Bounded oil tile north 4he by the lands of 1 lair Burton on the south by the landof Oscar Mackey east by the larids dfUllIry ni AIJUUU imu- on i the west byithcJands of John Bur ton cootntninaHtOacres and owned on o 1002 by Au gustus Shlurfesdul wife Eighth tract JBpuiidcd on the north by the lamlsbfAYij hiinfessol on tlu3 south OII on the east by tlielands otMaliadalVright- and on the lands of A Shimfessel containing 140 acres winch land was uwnCd the 26th day of April 1102 by Hjry and Mandy Tip ton Ninth tract Bounded on the north by tho Inn ofJWljliam Neal on tine south by the In trnoC Charles AVelch KentuckyUniuntho lands of William Snqwden con taining 4oaers downed on the 24th day of April 10 211 Iur 0 101in noy Tenth tract Hounded on the north by the landd of John O Daniel on the south by lands of Annie E Barnett on the east by hinds oAuitie E Barnett and Kentucky Union Company and on the west by tl s of Annie E Barnett and G AUjlark containing 00 acres and ownedoh the 24th day of- April 1902 b AVilliSm Snow en and wifeaEleventh tract Bounded on the north by the land17f K L Daniel on the south by tho lands of Mary McKin MaryMehhunethe west by the lands of Charles AVelch containing III acres owned on the day of April f9UU2 by William Neal and wife- Twelfth 5 tract lioumled on the north by lands ofAllen Gravett on the east by tho lands qfJUdam Burton on the south by John Burton and on the west by hie lands of the McKinney heirs iind containing Boa acres and ownedjjn 24th day of December 1002 byWj W Gravett and wife Thirteenth tractYBbunded on the north by tho Jands bf G AV Clark on tho east tilt laridjof Morgan Mc Kinney and now on on the south by the Inrid t Morgan Mckhi ney aiuUiAV Olark o t tlio west hy the land of GW Mark containing 100 acres and owned 12th day of June lOoa bv AnnEIiarnett and C W Barnett fFourteenth trllqtt Bounded on the north by tho lands9f1oim Burton on the south by Allen Burton on the east the aiids of Allen Bur ton andon the wrtb lands of J lL McKinneys holrs contalning 30 acres and owned on tho 27th day of Juno 1002 by KlchardSvvTO and wife Fifteenth tract hounded on the WLyleolltheon the west by the lands Of 0 C Jan iel Jr rindon the meth by tune lauds of Albert Coleman contain ig Il5ii n cres and owned on the lath day of June luOa by D It Dunicl and wife Sixteenth tract Bounded on tho north by the lands of Bud Eaton on byRedJames Walker cOlt4linlll 51 acres and owned on the 22nd daytf of April 1002 by IlusscllMountz Sever teem irtmtt loucdedon the north by tile lauds of AV A liuskins and by Hed river on tlurenst by IJed river on the south by Itussell Mountz and on the west ltit 611 Mountz and AV A lloskins containing 250 acres and heretofore owned ly J B Eaton The oil and gas Nind casements above describudin iinUovqr said tracts of land subject to tliet royalties above named and to the ri its of the de fondant AVolfo and tmjrplnlntiir Nan nil Northcutt will bo each tract in the order above numbered ns a whole until a sum sutljcicnt to satisfy slid judgment llOO 00 with interest from Urd 11101 nnd the costs of this uvticinliritil paidand which judgment is titibjcot tea credit of plninUITNnunloproperty told under saiu judgment to leI on 28th ofgfovembor 100J bas been realized said property i Tho purchaser of enhtrnct will bo required to execute bond payable to the plaintiff Nannie Northcutt bearing from date find duo six months thereafter with approved jCr soon security and whl re tain a lien upon the 50 of the oil find gas rights and the easements sold and which bond will have the force and of feet of a replevin bond Given under hnndjris Master Com inlsslonar of thoiowiIlUCircuit Court this the nOJIUrfUSfi11S N 0 C I Libertyat an Early Age Mrs Sarah Chl toy a widow living near Irvineii rathqr n u nique characterto hnK four cliilderd two ofvJ 6mason 14 40 and a daughter l havoilepu Set frets by her iiI gon wjioj still remains with Iu3r48 clidtged for his board and fiShjiig Avhjlo tho daughter has sougllEservice as a domestic frho is making a verjcrdftnllJStSl art anti conducts hims lf ijitt r tlittn most boys of lusagSwjth pane tal gmdauce m t ff ri wo are still adding to our al ready large and varied lino fo Un dies and Misses Cloaks niid ran make you some interesting prices Mrs J W Williams Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEY t Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Ohenoy for the list 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in nIl business transac tions and financially able to carry eulnny obligations made by their firm I WESTTIIUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 VAIDIXO KINNAN et MARVIN Wholesale Druggisfe Toledo O Ilallss Catarrh Cure is takenin ternaliy acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by till Druggists Molls Family Pills are tho best Mother Lost i Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a pecific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure IJeel it is my duty to let you know thai your medicines leave cured my littlegirl of nine of spavins Shecommencedhavingthem- at family doctor ssld she wouldoutyroTthem but she did not her to another who safd 1 mIItlormHenervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Ncrvihe and found It a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to mv child I gave her in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She Is no longer troubled with nervousness and we her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture My mother in law lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Milrs Ner vine cured her sister has oho taken It for sick headache with rood results We all thank you very much fur your good medi cines and kind advice I dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a ClI lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Remedies bend free boo on Nervous and Heatt Diseases Added Di Miles Medical Cu Elkhart Ind jt FIE f I i r WiricliestSiBaiik ftIN- cORlon1T jj N H WifiiEiisrootf Press i sGapltalSurplus 20O0bxVe solicit the accounts of huH vid eats linns and corporations 848 w a f Clay City Hotel t JIIEATOIV Prow t i Table supplied with the beat the markert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 81 00 perlllljIiiy r MACHINE SHOP gi 1ftLLMachinery Repaired We Keep I o Stocl Steam Fittings Belting 4 I Hose arid Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines 0 In 3 5 S trod 1 2 horsepower The best known power for farmers andiothers The presa on which thin aperls printed Udriyenby a Uncc n Engine LICHASHAGAN Ji irte WINCHESTER KY lu M BAILEY 7 Merchant inJ Cu- stomMILLER f CLAY CITY KY 4 v1r weckion banJo IGrinds for one it I Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTSClay I V i Ky i i I v Patient Medicines mats Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc I 01resurlptions carefully compounded o t I vv Hvvv +v J vv Rytir 04t V 4 I The Whitest White Cake f The Lightes Light Rolls 4 J And Flakiest Biscuit I Are IHmlo When You UNO c Pearl and Bakers Pride Flonrh Ta Other Every Sack Guaranteed r i MANUFACTURED BYJ A CAIN VERSAillES KY fJ Sold by our Leading Merchants ru f I I ti r ry Subscribe for f I TIMFfiA I t r x- y THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY DEC 111903 LOOM BREVITIES Mrs W R Cassidy is visiting relatives in Winchester this week Mrs P Phillips who has been very sick for several weeks is some better Rev R A Irvin went to Beat tyville and filled his stand there Saturday and Sunday S E Martin a leading mer chant of Stanton was in Olay City Monday on business George Maxwell the Rosslyn merchant spent Sunday last with friends in Clay City Mrs S B Logan of Lexington was the guest of Mrs B Littlepuge several days of last week Romulus Jackson Master Com missioner of the Powell Circuit Court was down Saturday on of iicial business M R Lyle who has been corn pang with a sore eye for some time went to Lexington this week to bo treated by a special ist There willbe seven Master Corn missioner Sales at Stanton Mon day Jan 4th County Court Day See notice in this issue of the TIMES Preparations are being made to give an entertainment th- eJOllristinn Church Christmas eve and one at the Methodist Church Christmas night 4 Everett Backof Jackson Breuthitt county who has been visiting his sister Mrs Bascom Walters of this place returned homo lust Friday Observe the change in the ad vertisement of R C Mansfield tC Son the wollknown Rosslyn millers who make Hour as good as it can be mad6 out of wheat Henry Clay Nunn the infant son of Mr and Mrs Henry Nunn died Saturday at 2 a in and was buried at Powells Valley Ceme tory on the afternoon of the same day W R Cassidy the old reliable fur dealer is buying fur pelt this year in great numbers paying same prices for same as the Louisville and Cincinnati commission merchants In looking about for Christmas presents do not overlook the fact that AVB are houdquitrters for de Hirublc articles suitable for pres ants for both grownup and little j folks Mrs 1 W Williams I1heyoungest child of Mr andI Mrs HO Warmouth has been in quite a dangerous condition this week It is nfllicted with itwnsIITA Webb Jr who has been stationed at Pittsburg Pa for tome time has taken charge of the harbor shop nt this place and his brother 1 G Webb who has had charge of the shop hero since last spring leaves today forI Chicago 4astor JAI Turpin completed his fifth years pastorate at the low IPs Valley Baptist church Sunday night refuses ton J 1 tly copt the call for another year The church will select another pastor for the next year at their regular meeting in January You should not fail to see our lion of ready made Skirts before making your purchases the material workmanship style prices and assortments are right Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky The dry cold weater still con tinues with an occasional light s tow fall If it remains cold much longer there will be a boun tiful harvest of thick ice as the river is now fro en over Ice houses are now being cleaned out ready to be filled again To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impared relieved me of a bloat ed feeling and caused a pleasant und satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people in this community who need just such a medicine For sale ball dealers in patent medicine Every box warranted Steam Heat The SwanmtDay oflit e and store at this place will in the near fu ture be provided with steam heat and the present stove dis curled This will be quite a convenience and n matter of e conomy when completed Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame duck and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a hill iment for the relief bfdeepseaJed mliscular aan drheVrootic For stile by all dealers in patent med icine NlblackBarnett- Mr Robert Niblack of this place and Miss Mollie Burnett of Spout Spring were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the former place on the pith inst Elder B Frank Wright olliciat ing Miss Fannie Jackson of Hardwicks Creek was bridcmaid and Mr Charley R Misse of Clay City best man The TIMKS extends congratulations A few suits in Mens and Boys clothing left that are very desira ble when the muttur of prices are taken considerationMrs Clay City Ky Entertainment at Stanton Judge M A Phillipsand Prof 0 0 Hayden managers will with the aid of the good people of Stanton give a delightfulen tertainmontin the Court House Christmas Eve night The prin cipal feature of the occasion will be the decoration of the large tower with presents A nice time is assured for all who will attend such us the hospitable people of our county seat are noted for Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamber loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded oil Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect su ceBsFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine The calendar season is here and this office has already re ceived some nice onus d A oriftwo of water taken half an hourbefore breakfast will usually keepfthe bowels regular Harsh cathartics should be avoid ed When apurgative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action For sale bv nil dealers in patent medicine Hon F Av Hopkins our Con gressionalrepresentative has in troduced bill for the relief of Emily Byrdof Wolfe county the widow of W A Byrd the Deputy United States Marshal who was murdered while in the discharge of official duties in 1800 A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed before the winter isTover and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand and given as soon as this cold is contracted and before it has become pettlde in the system In almost every instance a severe cold may be ward ed off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it con tains no harmful substances It is pleasant to take both adults and children like it Buy itIInd yon will get the best It always cures For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Judge George Du Relic late a justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals is at the point of death at St Josephs Infirmary at Lou isville An operation performed Tuesday proving unsuccessful He is unconscious and one side is paralized No hope for his recovery is entertained How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croupcan be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarsness A day or two before the attack the child becomeshoarse This is soon fol lowed by a peculiar roughcough Give Chamb rIuihH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy freely as soon us the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough coughup pears and it will dispel allsymp toms of croup In this way all dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used bv many thou sands of mothers und has never been known to full It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine DIED Little OharleV Snowded the 7yearold son of Mr and Mrs John Snowden of near Irvine died of typhoid fever Dec 7th Burial at the Everman grave yard Mr Snowden is a brother of Billie Snowden Jr of this city IlfreeHo1B11 Gam s6o different gamesall new one in eaCh of- F Lion Coffeeat yourOrocer r +oH ++++++ + + INSURE WITH I F A LYON SON iThe Loading InsuranceEawtorn Kentucky inii Over + Represented If Every one who knows anythingabout insurance know i they are leaders in this line nHHXof + + o HHt+ Startling Facts AIE BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar KH I r ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that i it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY in fail to give him a call The secret of popularity is nl ways to remember whnt to forget The less brain power a man has the more lung power ho is likely to use- Business I House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now oc cupied byme for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling W T Webb Cloy City Ky Y t J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing hndall kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency Connection 23Dont Idaeatd1 FORA Situation Book Kee PHONOGRAPHY IngBuslness ITypeWriting Telegraph I 4ta WILBUR Re SMITH KYyForCOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OFKY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Exposition Refen to thoniandt of graduates In lIIona Coat off Full Bailncws fJoano InctndiaiTul- lion Books and Hoard In family about X- BhorthandTypeWritinesndTelegraphyJBpMlaltiie acme Kentucky University Diploma under teal awarded graduate Literary Oourw free U dered NoTacatlon Enter DOW Graduate mocMatul 1 order to UN Um natlttu adds tmln WILBUR R SMITH Vextnaton Ky Dragging airs CuicAOofiat Oct 2 1902 I sufforcil with fallingand con gestion of the wom severe through the groins 1 suffered terribly at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried nil and failed but 1 had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for j sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and soon know that I medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins t and after using eleven bottles I I was a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wino or Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the 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the breath of the magnolia and pine and 5 gives out the very air of the orange palm v and bay The beauty and pathos the S- jV romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshIne and f the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given In the wellfilled columns of this fascinating f weekly 55 theYy 5 bors who would appreciate the opportunity to fk y5ff Xj Address cAl Communications to Southc 1 K 7J IOlI IiY=I 7tVJX TALL 1n03 TREES TREES BY THE MILLION JruTt and Ornamental Grape Vines tit JI Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aspic azns and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents but Best Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY un 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS oc Anyone mining a aktten and description may gnlckllMcertaln our opinion mo ehmmunleation strlctirconBdentfal on tatont forecunngpetentslatenta speeatnotke without charge In the ScietUific JUitcricatt A bandlomel Illaitrtted weeklr Tjirge t dr dilation of an clentlflo Journal Terms f3 a byallnewadeaieraMUNN Branch Offloo CSS P 8U WaihlagtOD D U Commissioners Sale Jowell Circuit Court P Y DHAKE Plnlntlfl vs Notice J A SEttiai Defendant lly virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered nt its November term 1003 in the above styled ease I as Commis slner of said court will on January 4 1904 that being the first day of the Powell County Court will sell on n credit of six months at tho Court House door in Stanton Ky about 1 oclock p ilL the following described Tract of Land situated on the waters of Brush Creek Powell County Kentucky and adjoins the lands of C Mastitiss heirs on the north the lands of F P Adams on the cast dud the Merrill farm on the south being the scone land pur chased by the defendant front John Bradroy to satisfy n judgment of f 182 70 and all cost herein expended the purchaser to execute bond with six per cent interest from day of sale with approved security payable to the undersigned Commissioner anti to hard the force cold effect of a replevin ound ROMULUS JAw so- sCommissioners M C P 0 C 0 Sale Powell Circuit Court NORA EAKNEST h- On Petition Notice By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court at its November term 1003 in the above styled case I as Commissioner of still court will on January 4th 1904 that being the first day of the Powell Count Courtmll fo the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky about 1 oclock p mttlie following described real estate consisting of one house and sor IlotslnClay City KYJ be lug lote1frSUtAo to No JQ In block 74 on the plat or map of said cfty and now on record int the Powell County Oerks ofilccfortllI purchase price The purchaser witli WIroed security must execute bon to the un dersigned Commissioner With six per cent interest thereon until paid To have the force and effect of a replev in bond ROMULUS JACKSON 31 0 P 0 0 0 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court G W LVIK Ac Plaintiffs vs Notice of Sale P TKACV u IF By virtue of a judgment and order sale of the Powell Circuit Court nt tho November term 1003 i will on Monday the 4th Day of January 1904 at about 1 oclock p in at the Court House dopr in Stan ton Powell county Ky sell olln credit of six months to tho highest and best bidder at public outcry the fol lowingTract of Land of 93 Acres 1 rood 8 poles to satisfy a judgment of 507 CO with interest and cost or so much of it ns will pay said debts ltd cost and if unsuillcient will proceed to sell second tract for said amount interest and cost tho two tracts being described as follows First tract situated in Powell coun ty Ky on the waters of Judy creek beginning at a stone corner to T B Hall farm and W 0 Tracy thence N 700 62 B 100 poles to a stone corner in the line of J B Ilardwiek heirs thence with their lino N 13W 81 10 poles to a beach corner to Sa rah Blackburns and on Soulhern margin of road thence with Bottle Hard I wick line S 72 AV 100 poles to a stone near grave yard thence with line of said Hall farm S13a o W 81 poles to the beginning containing Oil acres 1 rood and 8 poles Second tract be ing three shares of the Reuben Ituck er farm rand bounded on time north by tho above described tract on tho east by Pleasant Glover and Bottle Hard wick and on the south by Plummer Kincaid and contains 43 12 acres more or less the purchaser to execute bond with six per cent Int front day ofjsalo until paid with approvedsecuri ty payable to tho undersigned Com missioner and to have the force mud Ally + y 4 effect of a reJi1jivin 1 ROM S AQKSON M J1I C C t t Dry Winchester The now ctr Winches tor which hnscetttlj been inducted into olHcej Zia refused to grunt any suloon license By this action after the SJJrd inst the Qatowny gajvI1 be dry n gain for two a The present licenscSyil expire no tl o above date Jnstin time for the boys to be knocked out of their Christinas dram 0 Desirable House for Sale We 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