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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 t i l a 164 r TJL EyTtih TIMEStY2 i 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay C klsgCountry an3 ODiselves J B Burgher Publisher VOIr 18 CLAY CITY KY TH DECEMBER 31 1903 NO 5iJ i Snow Creek I A happy New Year to you Mr editor tutus is now hero but everything seems to be very quiet Mr Cliff Pace of Kiddville was in these parts last week buy ing fur Miss Maggie Wood entertained several of her young friends Mon dayhiglit with a social MissesMaymeand Jessie Low ry werethe guests of Miss Josie Dawson Saturday and Sunday Albert Thomas of Winchester visited friends hero the lat ter part of last week Thos Ogden Jr will enter school at Winchester the first of the year Success to you Tom niie W It Yivion and MissesMary Love and Nannie Thomas of Winchester spent a portion of theholiduys hero Levee- S N King wont to Lexington Thursday on business Mr and Mrs H MWitt spent Xmas with G W Witt and fam ily Mrand Mrs l1I Pasley spoilt Sunday ttb Glmrlio West and family V tI V L Wareertis MtnTay i tnrspend ntnsiirrIsrlfsr4n t iiiIHpridju i Zi ti J3 4 l We Sash Ceiling Stairways Etc IMr nnd Mrs N M Boone spent Xmas with friends and relatives in Olark county Mr Boon Williams who has been in Indian Territory for the past six months has returned t this place for his healt Lud Wittlias sold his farm to Mrs Susie Hendrix for 1700 and has bought of J F Asburry his farm for 40000 Mr As burry will move to Winchester are glad to say Miss Mag gie Howard who was taken to Lexington Hospital some few days ago is getting along nicely Miss Howard had one of her lower limbs broken in August Kimbrell Dan Blanton is mils with friends in Madison county Torn Olom and wife vivited P O Pryor and family the first of the week Johnson Harris and family were visiting relatives near Fox the past week Mr and Mrs Will Powell are making an extended visit to relatives in this community Mrs W G Patrick went to Thomson Tuesday to be at the bedside of Mrs Ed Rupard who is very low with consumption 4Joiin arrisjand family of this l l isamffamily last week antTatterid L eady For Business 3 The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand rued will continue to sell the remainder of old stock COST My i New Goods are Here- A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me und sold at close prices I have an elegant line of MilIneryfYou can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly htrimmedHut if you can bo anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you sliouldspo our line before buying We are closing out a nico line of Ladies r Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST und if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock V Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly a soliciting a continuance same I am li J Respectfully yburs T C Shimfessel h jfibi NGE MFG do Winchester Ky Manufacture Flooring ifoors Blinds Weatherboarding Varnndas Pickets Shingles and StoreFronts We spendingOhrist the AT We are Headqugrters for BuildingPaper Felt Roofing Flintold Roofing and Etc Snd us Your Estimates t i Promf Shipments c p q- h4 l f ed the Vtllia 0 Jswed ding riR1IJ Elihu Pucko 44it dot hisresi deuce on Woo ardcreek nat Saturday and i 1i al ho- Hnwkins rfti lltitldn Y Nfollowthe relatives al ffricidI 5i There was X lng at- J chap laa SIlnllny as Bro Qr wfor WUYI8Ib1g hje- parentd in t o ntyand- Bro Ragaii cchldnb leayq his appointment tiYrietttsuppl forBorO v tr7 S4 Rice sooty t u lPlenty rif vit erIer Wagers if ties last week t tdfrrr r- tOdp d jjRk R fiJ Rev T Is s + dwards O1 Va gersville wash tl + xtlasbThnrrs day JIr f The Ohri fl eG Iat Z v deuce Baptists W Sj rcided successt1 JMrs Bottle Q k Q ma is is EIFII Visitinglt1to Wilson ti I tifEldrt1 to a cllurV In kcaht county He hasfacCjjji- iMessrs f ItI 1 Jo r3t a m IthillOliristmaa wit i + HAzb1ll v Married at Vifvine Christmas Eve MrGcor Duton of Wa gerBville to MIES Lola Rogers of this place Eld J T Turpin has been ap pointed by the Baptist State Board Missionary and Oulporter for the year H 4 Mr Thomas White fell oil of a freight train near Pnnola Christ runs Eve nnd was reported yesterday to be dying Whiskey theI causeJ Turpin J M Kerby and J HTurpin attended the Masonic anniversary at Waco lnstI Saturday They report a nice time V Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching volt and serious trouble in your sys tom is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troub lesome causes It never fails to tone tho stomach regulate the Kid neys nnd Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Rundown systems benefit particularly and all tho usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thoroI ough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and th t is returned ifJ it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by Swaun Day Lbr Co Vaughns Mill Mr George Kihcaid culledon his best girl Saturdaynight Mr Bob Henry gave the young folks a nice darceJFridavnight Mr and Mrs 3ohh v Swopu of Glencairn are isitlng their parI ents at this plach Mrs Mary Bjurgher is visiting t daughter 1 Irs Bob HenryI Mies Drusie IaKlnneyof Hog Greek is visitii rfipnOsatul relu fvff fives here this week Mr and Mrs Charlie Rupard of Wades Mill came up Tuesday to spend a few days with her father and mother Mr and Mrs W L Jackson 1MARRIAUFSt December 24 1903 at the resi dence of Marion Williams Mr Els bery demons and Miss Fannie Williams were united in matrimo jpy by Elder Albert Easter ifrWm Swopo of Clark county ahd Miss Hattia Belle Bush will be marriedat the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Joe Bush Thursday the 23 with Miss Hattie Bush brides maidand George Dunaway groomsman siMr Ray Burgher and MiasMa Jpfev Hiley were quietly married at the residence of the brides father John Hiley Wednesday Dec 23rd Rev B F Wright gfjftiating Miss Hattie McKin ney was bridesmaid and Grover tojjfett best man r i1i residence of the brides fHQt it sday Dae24th Rev 04 WrCrIk U911 OifeojatJ ug Mr I3 rt Pkn Jt Mi Mary r cti W tQ ItiniZirmi3r ifl hA- tlh i aetiCO amGtfiiiU3rtarlre3u9ttndttissiint I rahu Gar a qll rrra1ij congregation is entertained Friday at the hospitable home of A P Bush where about seventy guests partook of the feast of good things to eat and the next day the same people enjoyed themselves and ate to the full of everything good to eat A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occurrances It behooves every body to haven reliable Salve handy and theres none us good as Buck Ions Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its Soothing effect 25c at SwannDiiy Lbr Cos store 0 A Costly Mistake Blunders arc 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 sia Dizziness Headache Liver orf Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at SwannDay Lumber Gos stote House and Lot For Sale Two story frame house of siven rooms well finished with necessary out buildings located in the Eastern portion of the city Lot 50 X 120 feet Will sell at a bargain B M McPiiEAitsoN CLAY CITY IVY Fight Will Be BItter Those who will presist in closing their cars against the continual rec ommendation of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Readwhat T II Beall of Beall Miss has to tiny Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had fatted Im 4 1 0 provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured lien Guar r anteed by SwannDay Lbr Gos Price SOc and 8100 Trial bot tIES free SHOE SHOP Opposite J B Eaton Store h i iIam prepared to make andre pair Boots and Shoes and also mend anything in the Itubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular work diiys in each week flOMDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY J l WESLEY 1 ARRETT Clay City Ky i Ry S oi The Bala i = Wheel o Look inside your watch a moment erThe balance wheells making 1809ft Jvibrations an hour If Hs in gtioit condition If tile mdvemcnt is gill theres something wrong lfltCrtISwill mov x 5 miles in a year requires less than onetenth of a drop aot oJl to wake But it Jieeds tjinfc little badlyi T1ioI t degree sffrietiob pn bnrJQg ftIu i1 I 0the1Qtr nJllt tlt I i r h aSyudCcTtlydtrSCarayedr a I x r- sj 2 1 nj Ihf D l IO The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money enough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters Vo receive deposits in our Savings Department One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest compounded every six months on your savings We have issued n booklet explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky 1IIOFE88IOKAL CARDS 414111 MIIIIIN11111M11 11h111NLIM IIM1IM1 Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST i CLAY CITY lITC R A IRVIN M D S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D1 PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITYKY r GOOD FLOUR theu foundation of tuncessf ul Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking 3 The housewife who has been long ing for a Hour that combines all the good qualities should try dr Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son nOSSLYN KY J SPOUT SPRING Miss Ida Crow and brother Alfred nreivisiting young friends at this place D McKinney and T S Mc Kinney were in Winchester Mon dujon business Tom Christopher has spent several days this week with friends inOlark county Kfe djiristopher of Pilot Yieiis spending Christmas withili friends at this place f ilrs W GP trick and Miss I JSforavToddarc visiting the for C otni sueTgo W Lewis near Thomson Tho young people of this place enjoyed a lively social Saturday night at the pleasant home ol Mr and Mrs n H Curtis W J Christopher Jr spent the holidays with friends in Madison county The schoolat Kimbrell closed a week or so ago you know Mr and Mrs John W Burgh er visited relatives on Hard wicks Creek several days the last of the week andIattended the BarnettGravett and Bush Gravett nuptials on Thursday nightSaturday and Sunday are reg ular preaching days at the Baptist church Another stove has been added and the house will now be very comfortably heated in the future Elder R L Bran denburg will supply for the church Everybody invited to come out- There was no preaching at the Methodist church Snnday as stat ed in the last issue of the TRIES It was the regular day but the pastor was away He so advised part of the membership but we could not be correctly informed until too late to make the prop er announcement While Mr and Mrs John W Burgher were away from home Friday night some vile thief broke into their meat house and stole five sides of meat and three hams Such lowflung culprits should receive the severest pun ishment for their lowdown and shameful deeds and the whole neighborhood should join in an effort to bring the guilty to jus tice If these thievesgo unpun ished thero will soon be m r- eistealing Il the land ti THE TIMES IUHLISHKO KVKUY THU118DAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in al vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mall mutter Thursday Dec 31 1003 L CLUB HATESI For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following payers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court NANNIE NOKTHCUTT rialntiil vs EDMUND A WOWE and- TIIENEwOloKENTrcKYOiLCo De fendants NOTICE OF SALE By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Court ron dered at the November term IfKW Twill on Monday the 4th Day of Jan 1904 at about 1 oclock p m at thu Court House door in Stanton Powell County Ky sell on a credit of six months to the highest and best bidder at public outcry livesixths G0 in terest in the oil and gas rights in tho lands herein described together with such assessments as are necessary to bo had in developing said minerals which interest was acquired by the defend ant the New OhioKentucky 011 Company under and by virtue of a con tract dated March S 1003 which contract is on file with the record in the above sty led case in the clerks ofllce of tho Powell Circuit Court and which contract obligates said company to pay a stipulated price per for each gas well from which gas is used and to pay n anetcnth 110 royalty of nil the oils produced to the land owners and fur nor aonoslxth goy lty trio mund A W Ire and tliu tilnltitifr Kan nlo Northcutt and in which contract said Wolfe and tho plaintiff retained in themselves tho remaining onesixth interest In the oil and grant ed by the land owners which onesixth 10 owned by plaintiff and defendant AVolfe will not bo sold Tho lands in which said fivesixth 50 of tfTe oil and gas rights subject to the charges mid royalties above named will be sold aro situated in Powell County Kentucky and are bounded as follows First tract Bounded on the north by lied river on tho South by the lauds pf G W Orayett on the east by lands of Charles Barnett and Win Snowden on tho west by county rond also an other tract bounded on time south b3 James Welch on the west and north- by Red river on the east by W II Seal U L Daniel and T D Cyler containing 424 acres in both tracts being the land owned by George W on tho 24th day of April 1002 Second tract Bounded on tho north by lands of J White on tho cast by lands of Peter Todd on tho south by lands of Niblack and and on tho west by lands of DOCK Winburn containing 110 acres and owned on the 13th day of JunoI1J0 by Elizabeth Burgher Tipton Third tract Bounded on the north by Worth Garretts land on the south by lands of Gus Shimfesscl on tho east by lands of Jesso Derickson on time west by lands of tho McKinney heirs and Richard Swope containing ICO acres and owned on tho 27th day of Juno 1003 by Allen Burton Fourth tract Bounded on time north by tho hinds of Samuel Carr and W IL Neal south by time lands of G W Clark on tho east by lands of Mary McKinnoy on tho west by the lands of Russell containing 75 acres and owned on the 24th day of April 1002 by Charles Welch Ac Fifth tract Bounded on the north by lands of Allen Burton on tho south tho lands of Matt Abnoy on tho east by lands of Gus Sliimfessel on the west by tho lands of the McKinnoy heirs containing 160 acres and another tract on the north by tho lands of the McKinnoy heirs on time south by the lands of Richard Swopo on tho east by the lands of Worth Garrott on time west by time lands of B T Kennon containing 35 acres both said tracts owned on the 27th day of June 1002 by J W Burton and wife Sixth tract Bounded on the north by the lands of Henry Tipton on the east tho lands of S D Tyreo on the- south by the lands of tho MoKinney heirs on tho west by the lands of the McK nnor heirs containing646 acres and owned on the lOtlrday of January 1002 by Oscar Mackoy and wife Seventh tract Bounded on the north t by time lands of Adam Burton on the south by the IUl Oscar Mackey lUst by time dfof aiu on tho west by of John Bur ton containing 8tQ acres and owned on time 27th day of June 1002 by Au gustus Shimfesscl and wife Eighth tract Bounded on the north by the lands of A Shimfessel on the south by time lands Of 0 1U Mackey on the east by tho lands of Inllnda Wright and oti tho west by the lands of A Shimfessel containing 140 acres which land was owned on time 20th of A pril 1002 by Henry and Mandy Tip tonNinth tract Bounded on the north by the lauds ofAVUltam Ncal on tho south by tho lahdsof Charles Vetch KentuckyUnionthe lauds of William Snowden containing 40 uterus and owned on the 24th day of April 1002 by Mary tOlcKln ney Tenth tract Bounded on the north by time lands of Joint O Daniel ou time south by lauds of A inie E Barnett on time east by lands of Annie E Barnett and Kentucky Union Company and on the west lauds of Annie E Barnett and GW Clark containing CO acres and ownedoiv the 24th of April 1902 by William Snowden and f Eleventh tract Bounded on time north by the lands df R L Daniel on the south by the liimls of Mary McKin MaryMelihmethe west by the lands ofOharles Welch containing 10 acres and owned on the WiiliamlNealTwelfth tract Bounded on the north by lands Allen Gravett on the east by time lands of Adam Burton on the south by the lands of John Burton and on true west tho lands of the McKinnoy heirs and containing 800 acres owned on time 24th day of December It W Gravctt and wiferfhlrtecntlifct Bounded on the norjh by time Iantikof G W Clark on itnat by the lands of Morgan McKinney and AVifliam Snowden on the south by time lands of Morgan McKin ney andGAV Clark nod on limo west by time land of GmV Clark containing 100 acres mind owned on the 12th day of Juno 1003 bv Ann E Barnett and C W Bari ott Fourteenth tract hounded on the north by t lie lands of John Burton on the south by tho mounds of Allen Burton on till tjie lands of Allen Bur nIlOOaby Richard Sns lIe and wife Fifteenth tract Bounded otJthe G W Lyle On Uieoii3tbythe48of Bottle Ililoy rrdotOCGrODJWo icl Jr mind on tilt sjutlt by time lands of Albert Coleinany tpntainiiig lau acres and owned Jn the 12th day of June 11102 by D It Dnnicl And wife Sixteenth tract hounded on the north by time hinds of Bud Eaton on U3HedJames AValkcr coutaiiiilig25uacres and owned on tho day of April 1002 by Russell Mountz Seventeenth tract Bounded on tho north by the W A Hoskins and by Ked river on time east by Ked river on tho south by Kfissell Mountz and on the west Russell Mountz and W A Hoskins containing 250 acres and heretofore owned by J B Eaton The oil mod gliB rights and easements above described in and overlaid tracts of lund subject to time royalties above named and to tho rights of time de fendant Wolfe and tho plaintiff Nan nie Northputt will lib sold ench tract in the order abovcf numbered as a whole until a sum sufficient to satisfy said judgment which was for 11 00 00 with interest from July Brd 100J and tho costs of this action until paid and which is subject to a credit of plolntllfNannloproperty sold undersnid Judgment to lC1r on 28th day of November 1003 has been realized from tho sale of sold property J Tho purchaser of each tract will bo required to execute bond payable to time plaintiff Nannia Northcutt bear ing from date and duo six fersonal tain a lien upon the 50 of the oil and gas rights and tho casements sold and bond will have the force and ef fect of a replevin bond Given under my hand os Master Com missioner of time Powell Circuit Court this time 8th day of Decotnbor1003- ROMULUS JACKSONM 0 0 a tiff Lodge Elects Officers Estill Lodge No 4 DFand A M elected the following offic ers Saturday D McKinney Master Grant Baker Senior Warden Bonny MclCiniiey Ju nior AVunJen Mcliitosh Secretary T WfnF Tyler Town Marsha Evertt Foster of Island McLean county shot and instantly Idlied Too Burton who with nisiipt gun in Mind was threatening fhei fficerslife iJfit dL 1 F mElInamedSterling for State Insurance Commissioner Col Mott Ayers of Fulton for Deputy Oommis sioner and Julo Day of Louis ville Assistant Auditor Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anycase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Ca tarrh Cure I F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Ve the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the list 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by their firm iWENT TRUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WAtuixo KINNAN MAUYIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Ilallss Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally 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 thohest We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we reimburse the druggist You Icnow him and trust him Dr Mlles Nervlno Is medicine for your nervesIt diseases of the Internal organs by giving tono to the nerves which matzo these organs work It Is a novel theorynot of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr Miles and since mado use of by many wWo awake physicians who ap preciate Its value in treating the sick If you are sick vro offer you a way t6 be made well Dr Miles Nervine This medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neural a Headache Loss of Memory Sleeplessness Spasms Backache Bt Vltus 43ano Epl pay brI1t Nervous Prostration A etc By toning up the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the Internal organs due ton disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bit ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronlo Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I vailed upon him to try Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine and now he has fully recovered You remember I wroto you how U saved my life a few years when I had nervous trouble I everyoneREVlit FREE Write us and wo will mall you a Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Plllt the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to dlagnoso your case and tell you whnt Is wrong AL 11t0IIATORIE91LBLICfIIARTCA11W 0 for THE c Winchester Bank 1 INCOUPORATED i N H WiTiiKusrooN Pres I Capital Stock 200000 l f Surplus OODO- We solicit the accounts of individ oats firms and corporations 848 i Clay City Hotel 1 c J II EATON 1t oii 1 Table supplied with tin best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 81 00 per day t MACHINE SHOP ILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired WR Kjzep Ip Stock jitjoseWE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horsepower The best known power for fanners aril i others kr tt The press on which this paper U printjji ii driven by a Hagan Engine L TOffAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY tI M BAILEY Merchant and Customy MILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Rotted Meal always onhanJ Grinds for omie sixth tole Littlepage So- nDRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Points Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake 4 i The Lightes Light Rolls F And Flakiest Biscuit tt Are Ttliulo Vlioii Von UNO G Pearl and Bakers Pride Flllr1 7 1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed it MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN YFftSAILLCSK 1 Sold by our Lending Merchants 724 4x94i Subscribe THE TIrEarYI t t I yw I M v JtJ Azy I t 1 r THE t TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER sae I THURSDAYr DEC 31 903 LOGAL BREVITIES v Remembertho Printer on New Year This week we send out a nuts her of statements to our subsrib ers who are in arrearages We also hue u number of delin quanta who will not receive such Statements but these live close enough to us to cull in person foul line out how much they owe the printer We dont mind waiting on paying subscribers a year or two Ypr subscription own 4 ey but waiting five or six years for our hnrdenrnec1 money is n different thing Please remem liar this S j jm r mTr After today write it 1904 A Happy and Prosperous New Year lo all our readers Did nay of our little renders got to see Santa Claus this year You may now turn over n new lout and better turn it down this time It 0 Mansfield the well known Rosslyn miller was here yesterday Miss Hoyt Adams is visiting her sister Mrs Georgia Shattuck at Lexington Miss Drusie McKinnoy of Ie Vee is Visiting relatives at Vaughns Mill Master Floyd Olny of Stanton ligryisiting his little friend Gus Ifinldtier Siiimfcssftl The young people of ploy jQitv town a swell hop in thti jywifa slum Hall Monday night i Mrs Sylvia Russell and little I feotiarry of Bowen are spend inS tho holidays with Olny City friends Misses Birdie Wilson and Ge neva Adams spent Christmas day with Mrs George Anderson near Levee Miss Bertha Maples the accom modating assistant in the post oflice is confined to her room wiDli tonsilitis Miss Georgia Wyatte and little sister Lilla of Stanton spent a few dogs visiting friends in the city this week tI Joe W Tipton and It nI Moore who hove recently been engaged in thestnve business in I Tennessee returned home lost week to spend Xmas I There was a liico Christmas tree at Powells Valley Christ mns night and numerous pres cuts were distributed among the people of that section The Handle factory is the only mill or shop to raise steam for business Monday inorning ThQ other plants win remain idle un til Mondao after New Year tDrCourtney McGuire has re to Louisville where he will resume the study of medi cine He is taking a four years I course nod has already attended ono termI I John W Henry the photogra pher whose illness wlsnoted in I Our last issue has hoop in a very had condition the past few drays jJleI4 h C Another Year Closed With this issue the TIMES ends another year having printed in the past fifty ttvo weeks fifty three papers and every issuu was printed stud seiU out on time every Thursday raw local pa pers have lone so well and we pride ourselves in our success We hopo to do the sanlo again I this year and are willing to risk the result of success or failure ns we have done the post eight years the length of the papers existence Prof W S Anderson of the IW C Winchester will fill the stand at the Methodist church in this city Sunday morning and at night instead of Pastor Crawford who is away from College t The two Christmas entertain ments at this place Thursday and Friday night were each well at tended nod numerous nice and valuable presents were distribut ed among the Sunday school scholars and attendants To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try n few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets MrJ II Seitz of Detroit lIchtsays 1i They restored my appetite when Impart reliecd me ofn bloat ed feelinguud cauttd a pleasant and satisfactory movement ofthe bowels There nre people in this community who need just such n nirdiuim Forsaleby all dealers in potent medicine Every box warranted The advertising merchants of Clay City enjoyed a big holiday trade The TIMES is glad of this facr and would only like to see these stores crowded with cash ccustomers every day of the new year like they were the busiest flays l3efnrbChrltlifiis r Better Than a Plaster A piece offlnnnel dampened with Chamberlains Pnin Balm and bound on tlio affected ports is bet ter than a plaster for a Intne daek nail for pains in the side or chest Pnin Bnlm bas no superior as n lin invent for the relief of deep seated mnseulnr and rheumatic pains For sale bull dealers in patent med icine Judge W T Webb the Main Street jeweler has sold his bus iness house to Mrs Ida Williams of Joflersonville for j075 Mr Webb will coutinueHis business nt the same place however for three months when he will goon the road as traveler fur n wholesale jewelry store Bilious Colic Prevented lake n double dose of Chamber loins Colic Cholera told Diarrhoea Remedy ns soon us the first indica tion of the disease appears and n threatened track rang be warded off Hundreds of people who ore subject to attacks of biliouscolic use the remedy in this way with perfect success For slue bynil dealers in potent medicine Played a Christmas Trick special fromOwingsville says For sovernl years Miss Clara Johnson n handsome girl of Aa Tons Run and Clms Glenn ofj Pleasant Grove CaL have been sweethearts They became en gaged and Glenn sent his Ken tucky sweetheart several hand somo diamonds besides other I lifts Glenn could not como to Kentucky to be married to Miss Johnson so he wrote her to come to California and sent her monj ey to pay for transportation Miss I Johnson duly loft to join Mr Glenn flit on rho wUEhomct Mr David EnTtefling a wealthy young farmer of Morgan county Ky It wnsjncase of love at first sight withbthand thoy were married Tlie newlymade Mrs Easterling telegraphed Mr Glenn and returnedhis diamonds and money Mr Glenn replied con gratulating thrall A or two of water taken half an houriJlfore breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular Harsh cathartics should be avoid ed When a purgative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action1or sale ball dealers iiTpatent medicine Every County Represented There is ito doubt now that all of the hundred and nineteen counties in Kentucky will have representation at the Worlds Fair if nofrh ono department in another The county that toes not show agricultural products will probably bo in the mineral or ngricultnrnlldisplnyswlll have a place either in forestry adorn tion horticulture live stock A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the prudent find careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to rbe needed before the winter is oar aril results are much more prompt nnd satisfactory when it is kejftJtit blindand given as soon ns thtcold is contrllcted and before it hoe become settlde in the system In nhuost every instance a severe cold may bo ward ed ofT by taking this remedy freely as Ioon as the first indicntionof till cold appears There 5sno danger in giving it to children for it con twins no harmful substancesPSIt is pleasant to take both nd lfir l children like it Buy it and yogi will gJtJhe bPt t nlwa s car c- hnrstllo byn1 Balers in patent medicine t StT Anderson is confined to his room witho pneumonia How to Prevent Croup It will be gOod news to the moth ers of small ohihfftVn to learn that croup eau be prevented Tho first sign of croup is hoarsiiess A day or two before the attack the child 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Court House door in Stanton Ky about 1 oclock p m the following described Tract of Land situated on the waters of Brush Creek Powell County Kentucky and adjoins the lands of C Mastinss heirs on the north the lands of F P Adams on tho east and tho Merrill farm on tho south being the same land pur chased by the defendant from John Bradley to satisfy a judgment of 4182 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 bond ROMULUS JACKSONM 0 C Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court NORA EARNEST c- On Petition Notice By virtue of a judgment andorder of sale of the Powell Circuit Court at its November term 1003 in tho above styled case I as Commissioner of said court will on January 4th 1904 that being titsfirst day of the Powell Coun ty Court sell fo the 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 be ing lots from No1 to No 48ln block 74 on the plat or map of said city and now on record in the Powell County priceJmust execute bond payable to the un dersigned Commissioner with six per cent interest thereon until paid To have the force mid effect of a replev in bond ROMULUS JACKSON M C P 0 0 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court G W LYLE c Plaintiffs vs Notice of Sale F P TRACY AC By virtue of a judgment and order courtlrenderedon January 1904 at about 1 oclock p mat the Court Housedoor in Stan ton Powell county Ky sell on a credit of six months to the highest and best bidder at public outcry the fol lowing Tract of Land of 93 Acres 1 rood 8 poles i to satisfy a judgment of 4507 00 with interest and cost or so much of it as will pay said debts and cost i and if unsufllclcnt will pro ceed to sell second tract for said a mount interest and cost the two tracts being described as follows First tract situated in Powell county Ky on the waters of Judy creek beginning at a stone corner to T B Hall farm and W 0 Tracy thence N 700 52 E tOG poles to a stone corner i in tho line of J B Hardwick heirs thence with their line N 13W 8116 poles to a beach corner to Sarah Blackburns and on Southern margin of road thence with Bettio Hard wick lino S 72 AV lOG poles to a stone near grave yard thence with line of said Hall farm S1 o W 81 poles to the beginning containing 03 acres 11 rood and 8 poles Second tract be ing three shares of the Reuben Ruck cr farm and bounded on the north by the above described tract on the cast by Pleasant Glover and Bottle Hard wick and on the south by Plummer Kincaid and contains 48 13 acres more or less the purchaser to execute bond with six per cent Int from day ofjsalo until paid with approved securi ty payable to the undersigned Commissioner and to have the force and effect of a ropleviliJVhd- BOM IJUJS JACKSON t 1r 0 P C C Commissioners Notice1- ouel t Circuit Court CC DANIEL Plaintiff Vs WmoSitiMFKSSRi Adtpr Defendant Notice is herubyjgivcii that I will on Tuesday after the and Monday In Jan unry 1904 begin niy sitting at my office in the Courf House in Stanton Ky to hear proofof claims against the estates of Frank Shinifessel and Jesteen ShimfeBsej deceased and all persons having claims against said estate will please rio file them with me on or before sall1dato- ROIUIUS JACKSON M or 0 0 C F Spencer Attorney for Wm Sliimfesscl WestBendi G W Everrtwn moved to Clark county tins week Robert and Charley Swope were in Winchester Monday jtFrank Winchester visited his patents here last week vHf 0 Sant Evermanftof Ford visited his parents liertgFridny and Sat urdayE Hirids yisited his mother at Kiddville Saturday night and Sunday C W J Abney and Burl Ever man were in Eiddville Monday on business Mrs Mary Barnett of Win chester visitpdljer father here this weekV Jeff Evermanfof Illinois is visiting pare and Mr- 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