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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 rO THE CLAY fTTY i TIMES 50 Cents D Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CiljMJie Jrronnding Country and Ourselves J R Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY TiJ tSDAY DECEMBER 24 lUQ3 NO 52 Kimbrell Augustus Smothers of Clay City was hero on business last weekPolly Walters of Cincinnati was visiting Gus Embs a few days ngo Jno W Tuttle sold some 1200 pound cattle to Jo Oldhani of Ikussfield 4 at 8tcents and 8 at 8 cents per pound Died last Sunday the infant child of Mr and MraO H Sams Burial at the King grave yard on Monday We extend our sympathy to the bereaved pa rentsDied last Friday at the resi lento of H B Wiseman aunt Malinda McIntosh aged 92 years She was a kind and industrious old lady We extend our sym ti pathy to the bereaved relatives Miss Dorsie Stockton closed her school at this place On the llth with a splendid entertainment which was highly appreciated by the patrons Prizes were dis tributed to pupils who nthked highest in the various grades The entertainment closed with a generous supply of candy for the pupils This was Miss Stocktons second term at this schoolhouse where she has giveti universal sat isfaction 41111 T BttLy ff 4E Sage Mr and MrsJ H Pelfrey Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Varnndas Pickets Shingles Store spent Monday with Mr and Mrs L G Wills Mr Paris Pelfrey and Miss Bcttie Willoughby were married the 17th inst Misses Lou E and E Lee Wills will spend the holidays in Mont gomery county Mr and Mrs Chas Neal are visiting relatives on Mill Creek in Bath County Mr John is at home for a short stay but will return to Frozen Creek on Monday next Mr Joe Willoughby Jr has finished his carpenter work on South Fork and come home to spend Xmas Miss Martha McDonald and her two brothers from Hagan Va are visiting relatives and friends at this place Friday morning at the gristmill belonging to Lee A Chain hers near Means Menifee county The boiler burst and killed Elberry Qoodpaster ago 12 and seriously injured Sam Bellamy and 0 Montgomery Furnace Christmas will soon be here At this writing a beautiful snow is failing 1lr Wiwed MrV Ily L1undily f Sam Billings lazy mer Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Herei A nice clean wellselected Stock of everything von need will bo kept by me and sold at close prices T have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line Ladies soaks Jackets 6c Gapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance same I am Repectful1yyours C Shimfessel t jRBbhNefl MFG Co Winchester Ky We Manufacture Blinds Weatherboarding Stairways and Etc Ingle our price pf Fronts We are lieadquartersfor- Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your Estimates fVonrK Shipments i o o t I i t I chant weht too lay City one day this week Mr and ilEd Spouse are visiting relat I n l friends here thisweek fIMessrs no Newkirk and Atch Howell spent Sunday with Mr Edward H IellIThe main ccupattoJt these days which eng a greater nUIH her of our inhabitants is hunting r ilr and 1tiNJEd Brandenburg will give they ng folks 3 one night weekfJllo We ex PeC to lmav thing in music I Misses Besse armies and Essio Ilendricks iyiwed friends at Fitchburg S jrday night and attended ehujrfo there Sunday They reportedBriery interesting r EASTJWEKK Jesse Barne has hero Tuesday on business Miss Lou jE Jman visited Miss Minnie Lyle Saturday riSFMr ell spent Sun day with MrjSW Lyle Jr tMrs GeowGLyJe Jr has been on the sick is the past week tlMissMewldrkvisited her mHowell Sun dnyiA number n voting folks at jSundri J1is 1C1Io Hill visitediTTlriends liege this week Miss Adifip Frazier visited Misses Biddie and Nortie Bill ings Sunday Mrs J W Newkirk visitedi her daughter Mrs Alma Howell one day this week Misses BessiejBarnes and El sic Hendricks Mrs Jeff Saturday Master omerIWntson visited Messrs John Neyykirk and John Lyle from Friday until Monday Mr and MrsJoe Holman of Vaughns Mill visited Mr and Mrs Alfred from Firday until Sunday Irvin Items IrvinoZiHerald About all thejschools in Estill are gaolJohn of Sycamore Clark county was in Irvine Mon lay p MissDorsieStockton closed her school at Kimbrell last Friday and has returned to her home at WacoThos N Todd will move to Madison county in January and engage in farming the coming earJS l Mr Jas E Brpadjlus and Miss Mildred Wilsonf verp united in matrimony on last Thursdn at the home of Itbride8fntlier Mr Abncr Wilson near Wngers ville 1 J Dr T P Gardner returned yesterday from Florida where he has been visitiii his brother Joe S Gardner jfffttho past three weeks He Iwas accompanied home by Mrt BT Gardner John J Shepherd has sold his forum to his Oi l moved to KirksvihleWe re I1ndII h lose a citizeIof loIr 0 fT i herds standing but join in wishing him success and happiness in I his new home Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your s stem is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troub lesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kid neys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all tho usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thor ough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co DIED Nannie the little sixyearold girl of 11 A Bellis died yester day with whooping cough Bu rial today in Estillcounty 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 take Dr Kinds New Life Pills foi Dyspep sin Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos stole Will Hold Overy t =kept open after the expiration of their license in order to test the or der of the Council refusing to issue license The keepers have engaged the lIon Charles Bronston to rep resent the saloons Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will presist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not endedearlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beali of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every symptom consumption She took Dr Kings New Discoveryafter everything else had failed Im provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by SwannDay Lbr Cos Price 50c and 100 Trial bot tles free Boiler ExplodesTwo Killed The boiler attached to a steam grist mill at Chambers Station Menefee county was exploded the other dayand Elza Goodpaster and Lane Montgomery are dead from injuries received It is given out by physicians that Sam Bella my who was also injured in the accident cannot live House and Lot For Sale Two storv frame house of siven rooms well finished withnecessarY out buildings located in tho Eastern portion of the citv Lot 50 X 120 feet Will sell at a bargain B Ill McPnEAiisoN CLAY CITY KY Saw Mill For Sale One 30horsepower engine and boiler and good saw mill with ca pacity of from 0 to 8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running order Will sell at a bargain Call on or address G D Cool VirdenKy J A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occurrnncca It behooves every body to haven reliable Solve handy and heres none as good as Buck lens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing off ct 25c at SwannDny Lbr Cos store Farm For Sale Ninety acres of cood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OSUOKN Spout Spring Ky The Balance- Wheel Look inside watch a moment The balance wheel is making 18000 p- S vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong Ittwill move 3558 miles in a year requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings niters the motion Dont tnke chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch J in order for a year it pay and satisfy you r tlelLekr i CLAY CITY The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CAlms Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D rPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY n f GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of biiccessf ul Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST 1ATENT or MOUN TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RC Mansfield Son HOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Our merchants are having a good holiday trade James F McKinney was at his Clark county farm several days last week H F Christopher bought of Allen Osborn u valuable fami ly horse for 45 Sunday is Pastor J O Craw fords regular preaching lny at theMethodist church and we hope to see a good crowd out to him E trs lurgingz gfter resident of this plate but pow of Winchester was hero a short while the latter part of the week Tho crack of the sportsmens gun can now be heard in every direction and such will be the case until the beginning of the new year Our people are preparing to spend tho holidays in their usu al peacable and quiet man ner However the young folks will not discard their lively so cials Allen Osborn Juts recently sold six good fouryearold mules ton dealer We failed to learn what he got for them He also bought a valuable horse from same parties The Masonic Anniversary which is usually the 27th of December of each year will be held on Saturday the 20th this time occasioned by tho usual day happening this year on Sun day A now gas company with a capital of 1000000 has been in corporated at Lexington for the purpose of developing the Es till county gas and oil fields and other mineral resources in the county The new corporation is styled the Appalachian Gus Company Judge James H Hazelrigg is one ofthe chief in corporators Hon Frank Hopkins our Representative in Congress has in troduced a bill appropriating 800000 for the improvement of the Kentucky river A wholesale grocery store is To be started at Morehead The new company is backed by n abundant capital f THE TIMES IUllLISIIKI EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Snbscriptlon Rates 50 Cents per year inai Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 24 1903 Y CLUB RATES IFor the convenience of our sub wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court NANNIE NOJITHCUTT Plaintiff- vs EDMUND A AOIFE and THE NEW OHIOKENTUCKY OIL Co De fendantsNOTICE OF SALE By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Court ren dered lit tho November term 1003 Twill on Monday the 4th Day of Jan 1904 at about 1 oclock p in at the Court House door in Stanton Powell County Ky sell on a credit of six months to the and best bidder at public outcry livesixths 50 interest in the rights in the lands herein describe together with such assessments us tire necessary to bo had in developing said minerals which interest was acquired by the defend ant the New OliioKcntucky Oil Company under nnd by virtue of a con tract dated March 3 1903 which con tract is on file with the record in the above styled case in the clerks oflico of tho Powell Circuit Court and which contract obligates said company to pay a stipulated price per yearrfor each gas well from which gas is used and to pay a onetenth 110 royalty of all the oils produced to thqlniu juncrs + 1 oil produced to the defendant Edmund A and the plaintiff Nun nil Northcutt und In which contract said Wolfe and the plaintiff retained in themselves the remninlnlJoneiixth interest in the oil gas ed by the land owners which onesixth 10 owned by plaintiff nnd defendant Wolfe will nut be The lands in which said fivesixth 50 of the oil and gas rights subject to the charges and royalties above limn ed will be sold are situated in Powell County Kentucky and are bounded as follows First tract Bounded on tho north by ned river on the south by the lands of G W Oravett on tho east by lands of Charles Barnett and Win Snowden on tho west by county roud also nn other tract bounded on the James Welch on tho west and north by Ued river on the east by W H steal UL Daniel and T D Cyler containing 424 acres in both tracts being the landowned by George AV Clark on the 24th day of April 1002 Second tract Bounded on the north by lands of J White on the east by lands of Peter Todd on tho south by lands ofNlblack and Hampton and on tho west by lands of Dock AVinburn containing 110 acres and owned on tho 13th day of 1002 by Elizabeth Burgher and Mollie E Tipton Third tract Bounded on the north by Worth Garretts land on the south by lands of Gus Shimfesscl on the east by lands of Jesse Derickson on the west by lands of the JIcKinney heirs and Richard Swope containing 150 a cres and owned on the 27th day of Juno 1002 by Allen Burton Fourth tract Bounded on tho north by the lands of Samuel Carr and AV II Neal south by the lands of G AV Clark on the east by lands of Mary IcKInue on tho west by the lands of Itussell Mountz containing 75 acres and owned on t 10 24th day of April 1002 by Charles Welch Ac Fifth tract Bounded on tho north by lands of Allen Burton on the south by the lands of Matt Abnoy on the east by lands of Gus west by the lands of the McKinney heirs containing 150 acres and another tract bounded on tho north by the lands of tho McKinney heirs on the south by the lands of Richard Swope on tho east by the lands of Worth Garrett on the west by the lands of It T Kennon containing 85 acres both said tracts owned on tho 27th day of June 1002 by J AV Burton and wife Sixth tract Bounded on the north by the lands of Henry Tipton on the east by the D Tyree on the south by the lands of the McKinney heirs on tho west by the lands of the McKinney heirs containing W5J acres and owned on tho 16th day of January I 1002 by Oscar Mackoy and wife Sevenths tract Bounded on the north 1 by the landsof Adam Burton on the 1uekeYienston tho westibythe lands of John Bur ton containing 1IrQ aiSres and owned on the 27th day of June Ib02 by Au gustus Shimfessel and wife Eighth tract Hounded on tin north by the lands ofA Shimfessel on tho south by thclands of 011 Maokey on the east by the lands of MalindaAVright and on the w st tho lands of A Shlmfesse containing 140 acres which land was owned on tho 20th daof A TIIIINInth tract Bounded on the north landsbrWIIllam Neal on the south AVoJch on the east by the lands of Kentucky Union Company and on tho west by the lands of tw Hliam Siunvden con taining 40 acces and owned on thciMth day of ApriljlOUJ by Mary O MoKin ncy Tenth tract Bounded on the north by the lauds of John O Danie on the south by lands of Annie E Baiaett on tho east by lands of Annie E Barnett und Kentucky Union Company and on the west by th lauds of Annie E Bar nett and G AV Clark containing CO acres and owned on the 24th dayof 1002 by William Suowden and wifeEleventh tract Bounded on the north by the lands Of 11 L Daniel on tho south by tlo lands of Mary McKin llnryblcKinnoytho west by the lands of Charles Welch containing 10 acres and owned on tho 24th day of April 1002 by WillIam Neal and wifely Twelfth tract Bounded on the north by of Allen Gravett on the east by the lands of Adam Burton on the south till lands of John Burton nnd on the west by the lands of till McKinney holts and containing 300 acres on tho 24th day of December 1002 by K W Gravott and wife Thirteenth tAct Bounded on the north by the Jands of G W Clark on the cast by thif lands of Morgan Mc Kinney and WIlliam Snowden on the south by the lands of Morgan McKin ney andGAV lurk sad on tho west by the land of G Af Clark containing 100 acres and owned on the 12th day of Juno 1003 bv Ann E Barnett and C AV Barnett Fourteenth tract Bounded on the north by tho lands of John Burton on the south by the lands of Allen Burton on the east lands of Allen Bur ton and on the west by lands of J H McKinneys heirs containing 60 acres und ownedon tits 27th day of Juno 1002 by IticlmrdtSwopo and wife Fifteenth trait Bounded on the na AYjLtftsonuyon the west by ihe lands of 0 0 Dan iel Jr and on tho south by tho lands of Albert Colemiui containhg 150 a cres andovned on tho lath day of Juno 1WW by D H Daniel and wire Sixteenth tract Bounded on the north by tho hinds of Bud Eaton on byRedJames Walker containing 26 acres and owned on tho 22 ddoyof April 1U02 by Russell Mountz Seventeenth tiast Bounded on tho north by the lands of W A Hoskins und by Red rIveron tho east by Red river on the south by Russell Mountz and on the west by Russell Mountz and AV A Hoskins containing 250 acres and heretofore owned by J B Eaton Tho oil nnd und easements above describedin und over said tracts of land subject to tho royalties above named and to the of tho defendant AVolfo arid the plaintiff Nan nio Northcutt will bo sold each tract In the oder above numbered us n whole until a sum sulllcient to satisfy said judgment which was fur 10000 with interest trout July 3rd 1003 nnd tho costs of this notion until paid and which judgment is subject to n credit of plulntIlINannIoproperty sold under said judgment to her on tho 28th of November 1003 has been realized from tho sale of said property Tho purchaser of each tract will bo required to execute bond to tho Nannlo Northcutt bear ing interest from date und due six fersonalsecurity tnin ji lien upon tho 50 of tho oil nnd guts rights and tho easements sold nnd which bond will have the force and ef fect of a replevin bond Given under my hand as Master Com missioner of tho Powell Circuit Court this tho 8th day oPAeeember1003- ROMULUS JACKSON M 0 P 0 0 Loses Two More Fingers Abe Hale whbis employed at the Reliance Mfg plant had the misfortune to have two fingers of his left laud icut off Friday while running iL rip saw Mr little had two lingers of his right hand taken off some months ago while working oil tv machine Winchester Democrat Mr halo is a son of 1 AJHalea former merchant of thisSj and mar tied Miss Matid1z formerly of Vaughns Mill I tc 3 I I An oil prospector claims lie has struck quartz in Johnson county that will pay 400 per ton Hows fhlsft- Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure P J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the hst 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by their firmWEST TKUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WAIDING KlNNAN MAttVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O llallss Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsHalls Family Pills are the best MotherLost LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that medicines cured my little girl ol nineof spasms She commenced having them at the age three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but dud rot We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a form lie did her nq tOad She was so nervous she could hardly walk As 1 had already used Dr Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave her In all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She Is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her picture lost her reason was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Milts Net vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you much tr your good medl tines and kind advice I dont chink there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that may see what a sweet lives out In Arkansas MRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell arfd guarantee first bottle Dr Kerned its free booli on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddresC Di Miles Medical Cu Elkhart Tad THE f I IWinch estei Bank if i fINCORPORATED jI sr N 11 AViTiiEKsrooN Pres- S 1iy Capital 5lock200000 rM Surplus 200 OVd Wo solicit the accounts of individuals to rftfirms and corporations 848 t i Clay City HotelE J II EATOJV Prop ti X iTable supplied with the best the mnrkert affords Everything neat J and clean Rates SI 00 per day Y iy MACHINE SHOP k ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired r We Keep II Stock f Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSOBUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers mid fothers The press on which this paper Is printed II driven by a Hagan Engine L T CHAS HAGM WINCHESTER KY M BAILEY 1A llMerchant ani Cu- stomMILLER CLAY G1TY KY 4 Custom work six days in the week Fresh Groanl Bolted Meal ahvaysun hanJ Grinds for one sixth tole ++H+++ +HJo +H + l Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS 4 rye t t Clay City Kyt 1 Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded4t t iiI ++ +t + H fii 1t 1J rr + totoH to +J f t iThe Whitest White Cakeof The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit rtA10 IMmlo Vlion You UNO Pearl aM Bakers Pride Flour1A Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KVJSold by our Leading Merchants i 24 v Ytl Subscribe fore Afi THE TIMES u mrrtAiirpC AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER rrTHURSDAY DEC 24 903 n LOCAL BREVITIES A Merry Christmas to all our reader 1 It Witt oPIrvhie was here yesterday Mrs J3 Littlopago was shop I ping in Lexington Monday Hubert Hunter of Rosslyn was here a few days this week Sam Billings the Furnace t merchant was here Tuesday on lusiness IWm F iMcIiitosh Esqof Sams wits transacting business ia the city yesterday A number of Stantons most prosperous citizens were in the ity Tuesday Mr Samuel Ginter of Union Hall was transacting business in the city Saturday Mrs W T Webb has been quito sick for several days but is now slightly improved Elder B S Burgher of Win Chester was here the litter part of last week on business John W Henry time photogra plier was laid up agum the lirst of the week with rheumatism Squire WIM Townsend and Jas II Howell two leading citizens of Jjowen were down yesterday H F Oliritopher u prosperous farmer of bpoutspring Ayas iu the city Tuesday transacting business J oj The plastering of the new Pres byterian church has been com pleted and the building is now ready for the seats Our merchants are enjoying a splendid holiday trade and ev ery branch of business in the city seems lively before Christmas A mail clerk has been put on the Louisville Atlantic Ry between Versailles told Beatty yule This gives Beattyvillo two mails a day A years subscription to the TIMES would make n nice Christ mas present for a friend Try it and see how well pleased your friend would be We learn that several young ladies and gentlemen of this county will enter theJC AV 0- nt Winchester beginning with the January termt Mr 1 G Jackson of time liar rodsburg Democrat came home Monday to spend the holidays with his parents Mr rind Mrs W L Jackson at Vaughns Mill S E Kinnaird General Mann ger time Mutual Handle Company has rented a residence of Dr Littlopage and will shortly move his family from Alabama to this city Joe Taylor of Virden was in town Monday on business Mr Taylor has rented a place Bourbon county and will mnov there between this tiine and tile lirst of January v Tuesday was the shortest day of tho year Winter was also scheduled to begin on this day but seems to us that wehave beer having u lively touch of that for several wehhs3jintito f L I 4 Dont forget the Christinas entertainment and the distribution of presents at the phristiai church Thursday night There will also be an entertainment nt the Methodist church on Friday night Mr Ed Welch of Rosslyn was down Tuesday and incidentally called at our office and subscrib ed for the TIMES He also subscribed for the paper for his brother John T Welch at Su eanville Ore Dr Littlepage has completed the telephone line connecting with the local exchanges at Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington and etc The station has been changed to Warmoutbs store The line is well constructed and is in lirstclass working order Prof Durrett White Clay Citys gifted writer will have an article in a coming issue of the Lexington Morning Democrat The article will interest and a muse every inhabitant in Clay City Watch the Democrat for its appearance and get a copy from the local agent Eubank Prof and Mrs AV E Eubank of Midway are the proud recip ients a little sevenpound laugh ter which arrived at their home on last Wednesday December 10th 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 could caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the- hostels l llllre nre peoplein this mlmunityl honecdii I Justsuch a Wediciniv Forsale by alrdealers in patent medicine Every box warranted Paper Next Week A number of our exchanges have announced thatthey will issue no paper during theholidays Such is not the case with the TRIES We like to take the holidays in but our readers also like to know what is going on Christmas or no Christmas and so we shall trot disappoint them Correspondents will please bo on duty too as we desire to always furnish our renders all the newt nil the time Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and hound on the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame dock and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For Sale by all dealers in patent med ioine Sends Paper to Western Friend N R Swope of this city call ed at our office the other day and loft with us the requisite 51 cents fur a years subscription to the Toms same to be sent to his fatherinlaw Mr Weedoi Ewon who was once one of Pow oil countys well respected citi zens but who now resides neat La Monte Mo- Bilious Colic Prevented ChambereRemedy as soon ns tho first indica then of the disease appears timid a threatened i Itack may be wards off Hundreds ff people who a subject to attacks of bilious toll iUBethc remedy in this way with perfccit success For sale byal dealers In patent medicine if f f I A Mass f two of water taken half an liourbtfore breakfast will usually keep tje bowels regular Harsh cathartics should be avoid ed When purgative is needed take Chamberlains StotiTaeh and Lher1nblctsjThey are mild and For sale bv nil dealers in patent medicine A vigilant committee compos ed oT fifty members set fire to a whiskey slmop fit which two men were slcepiiat Clinton Ky The occupants had a narrow es cape for theinJives A TimslySuggestion This is tmfSseason 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 is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kquJat hand and given as soon as thojcold is contracted und before it has become settlde in the sltemfIn almost every a seven may be ward ed off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold appearsThere is no danger in for it contains no hnrmfu substances It is pleasant to takebothadults and children like it Buy it and you will get the bt It always cures Forsale byall dealers in pate- ntmedicineJ Locates t Winchester Mr Grant EJkin the popular merchant who has been conduct ing his business at Puckett for several years bus sold out his in terests nt thatvplace and moved to this city 3 Ho has accepted a position with A Felds large store and his xtensive acquaint ance throughout the county will bring a largelyfincreased trade to to this popular establishment Winchester De r r oj How to Prevent Croup It will be grid news to the moth ers of small children to learn that croupcan be prevented The first sign of croup is lioarsness A day or two before the attack the child becomeshoarse i This is soon fol lowed by a peculiar roughcough Give Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy freclas soon ns the chifI becomes hoarse or even after thQ rough cough appears and it will dispel all symp tons of croup In this wayall dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by many thou sands of mothers and has never been known to fail 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 In reversing the McOrackei Circuit Court the Court of Appeals decides that all steamboats are liable for State taxes at their ports of entryt Our subscription list has in creased very materially the few pest weeks ilfeHoliayl I GamesI newtro1 lion Coffee atyottrArocerdrt o 1 + + ++ + +++ r 4 + ++ C + 3INSURI WITH t F A LYON SON I10 TILe Lemliiif Insurance iu t Lttstoru Kentucky pr IRepresented Iwho knows anything about insurance knowiiEveryone in this line r + rC + tC r rAC333Co33or ++ Startling Facts A Eo 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 t from a Paper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ibIiL Ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service Swappingbyour Sams coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY a ng him a The secret of popularity is al ways to remember what to forget The less brain power a man has the more lung power he is likely to use- Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now occupied byme for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling I WTWebb Clay City Ky J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist 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adjoins the lands of 0 Mastinss heirs on the north the lands of F P Adamson the cast and the Merrill farm on the south being the same land pur chased by the defendant from John Bradley to satisfy a Judgment of 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 and to have the force and effect of a replevin bondI ROMULUS JAOKSON I M C P C C Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court NORA EARNEST c- On Petition Notice By virtue of a Judgment anti order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court at its November term 1003 in tho above styled case I as Commissioner of said court mon January 4th 1904 that being the first day of the Powell Coun ty CoUrt sell fo tho highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky about 1 oclock p m the following described real estate consisting of one house and several lots in Clay City Ky being lots from No 1 to No 48 in block 74 on thojplator map of eaidtilty4sd now on record in the Powell County Clerks office for the purchase price Tho purchaser with approved security must execute bond payable 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 3r o P CC Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court G W LYIE Ac Plaintiffs- vs Notice of Sale F P TRACY tc By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1003 I will on Monday the 4th Day of January 1904 at about 1 oclock p m at the Court House door in Stanton Powell county Ky sell on a 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 i to satisfy a Judgment of 507 60 with interest and cost or so much of it as will pay said debts and cost and if nnsufllcient will proceed to sell second tract for said a mount interest and cost tho two tracts being described as follows First tract situated in Powell county Ky on time waters of Judy creek beginning at a stone corner to T B Hall farm arid W0 Tracy thenco N 700 52 E190 poles to a stone corner in tho lino of J B Hardwick heirs thence with their lino N 13IV 81 10 poles to a beach corner to Sa rah Blackburns and on Southern margin of road thence with Bcttio Hard wick line 872 W100 poles to a stone near grave yard thence with lino of said Hall farm S14 o W 81 poles to tho beginning containing 03 acres 1 rood and 8 poles Second tract be ing three shares of the Reuben luck er farm and bounded on the north by the above described tract on the cast by Pleasant Glover and Bettie lined wick and on the south by Plummer Kincaid and contains 43 13 acres more or less i the purchaser to execute bond with six per cent int from day of alo until paid with approved securi ty payable to the undersigned Corn missioner and to have the force and effect of a rcpievinbpnd UOlfULt1mJAOKSON CrC 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