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I t THE CLAY ETY TIMES0 I iI 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay ityt Surrounding CountnPaiii Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher VOll J CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY APRIL 14 1J fNO35 Valuable Oil Field The Estill County Oil and Gas Company which owns and operates the famous oil fields of Es till county last week declared a monthly dividend of two per cent This equals 24 per cent annually and proves the compa ny to be in a prosperous condi tion About 85 wells are at present producing 100 barrels per day for the company It is proposed to drill twenty more which it is es timated will double the produc tion Thd entire output of these wells is taken by the Standard Oil Company which to facili tate its handling has guaranteed to put in an oil line at once This will be completed in about three months and will be the means of a vast saving for the concern At present 84 cents per barrel is paid as freighton the oil sent out from their field and with the pipe line completed the directors believe that the company will be justified in rais ing its monthly dividend to four per cent Representative Day Dead Ron Carl Day the popular Representative from Breathitt county died at Lexington Tues day after several weeks illness of inilamatoryrhcumatisin His re jnains were taken to Jackson yesterday for burial Mr Day was a brother to W II Day formerly Of this place Blinds Stairways Shingles and Store Council Proceedings The Clay City Council met in regular session April 6th at the Council chamber with Mayor J H Terry in the chair and Coun nilmen Barnett Williams Dan iel Warmouth Rose and Little page present But little business was transacted at this meeting aside from the allowance of the following bills Prof I J Gaines bal on salary 100 00 Groves 7th months 44 44 Groves SO 00 Webb cost in four suits 11 00 Mrs W H Neal board for prisrs 4 05 Win Johnson hauling gravel 10 00 Coleman work on street 2200 Ed AVarmoutb Marshals salary 4000 cost in four suits 4 00 SwannDay Co Dec rent t lights 80 00 I l 4 March 2i 25 II G Burgher Son acct to date 4 75 A tucker janitor at school house 10 00 Total a30 09 Time light bill was cut down on account of the companys failure to keep burning the number of lights called for in the contract The council will take up the selection of school teachers at the May meeting rEstill Boys Will Shoot During a game of ball at Lexington between the State College and another college team Leo Anderson shot and slightly wounded Coley Haydon Anderson is a young student from Es till county and was acting as fence guard during the game Haydon attempted to gain ad mittance to the ground by sealing the fence Tovthis Anderson objected but his Objections only Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership dosed 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 Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of rail Millinery You can be suited here ladies in n Stylish mid neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you spc our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes 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 earnest soliciting a continuance of same 1 am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel n RJBLIANGE MFG Co Winchester Ky WejMaQufacture Sash Flooring c1oorlCeilinWeathorboarding Varandas Pickets Etc Fronts Maymo Maggie Portwood regular base should We arc Headquarters for Bl111dingPaper r Felt Roofing FlintoidRoofiing and Etc rSend us Your estimates i Promt Shipments t w brought fortili a ivolley of oaths when he fired with above results Receipt Against Rats and Mice Here is a farmers receipt for rid ding his place rats pf mice IIIfyou wlllsprinkle8ui bur on the barn floor and through yourcorn as you gather it there otb9 a rat or a mouse t6 bother you I have done this for several years and have not been bothered either I have somo old corn in a crib at present and not a rator a mouse can be found In stacking bay or oats sprinkle a little on the ground or through each loafstd my word for it rats and mice caivs stay there A pound of sulphur will be sum cient to preserve a large cribof corn and is good for stock and will not hurt the corn for breadt The fishing season seems to be over Some of those who had splendid luck in the very early spring say they can not now get a bite k =Irvine items Irvine Herald I Representative RQbertmackburn of Stinton has been in the county leasing oil territory A sentence of five years in the penitentiary was gyenIar Raider Tuesday charged iiithekilling- of Alex SteVens eKRoBS creek last October A tl Mrrf mack ttDt Cbily yeursof ape wife of JohMvBlock died at their residence in East Irvine on last Monday evening Deceased had been in feebl ealth for a year or more s Henry Watson is here making ar rangements to put in the local tele phone The exchange will be tern porarilly j laced over Bert Powells store until a more suitable place can be secured f The Cooperage Company has staves enough on the yard to keep the factory going severalmonths besides many thousands in Station Camp awaiting a tide tobe brought to the factory The case against Tharp and Crawford transferred here from Breatbitt county and charged with burning Capt Ewens hotel during the late reign of terror in Jackson was continued on account of the failure of witnesses to appear Capt and Mrs Ewen being the only ones preseuf Darlingsville John Smothers family are all down with measles Marion Dawson of Vienna visited here last week Blue Grass1 Nurseries SPRING 1004 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No Agents Strawberry andGen eral Catalogue on application to IH F Hilleivm yer Sons Both Phones 870 lEXINOTOK KY Mrs Grant El visited relatives at Viellnmveek Reuben Tipton went to Win chester last week on business The infant child of Mr and Mrs Nick Burgher has measles Rupard Curtis has moved to his farm on this side of the river Elder J T Turpin filled the stand at Powells Valley last Sat urday and Sunday toalarge crowd Mrs Cash Wood returned home lastweek after visitingher daugh ter and family who have measles Mrs Walters wife of June Walters died Saturday night of Consumption age 83 years 0 months and 21 days Mrs Walters has been a constant member of the Baptist church for many years Burial Monday at Pow ells Valley Funeral services were conducted by Elder n F Wright Mrs Walters leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss West Bend Robert Swope visited friends at Kiddville Sunday M W Banahan of Lexington visited here last week S R Eubank of Kiddyille was here las weekon business TG Morehcad is able to be out again after a spellof measles Rev E B Hill of Somerset vie ited Rev T H Conry last week E R Hinds visited his mother at Kiddville Saturday and Sunday Mrs S B Everman visited her sister at Indian Fields Thursday Milton Morehead is at home from Winchester visiting his parents Misses Nannie and Jennie Berry visited on Black Creek last week Miss Maggie Johnson of Stan ton visited friends here Saturday Miss Jessie Lee Harris of Wades Millvisited relatives hejrethis week J A Roberts and B L Bruner were at Clay City Monday on bus inessJohn White of Hog Creek visited his father from Saturday until MondayMiss Minnie Hudson visited friends as Dodge from Friday until MondayMiss Lillian Welch of Rosslyn visited friends here from Saturday until Monday Rev T H Conry and family have returned home after a pleasant visit to her mother at Powers villa Geo Hughes has put up a black smith shop at his home You now can get your horse shod in the lat est style at Hughes On the account of ill health W G Everman does not run his grist mill and offers it for sale We wish some good man would buy and run same as it is needed in our midst very much Wanted 75000 Dozen Fresh Eggs for storage Will pay 14 cents April delivery JESSE T WADE 5 Boadway Lexington Ky Between Vine and High your head ache when you IDocs If so you are in need of a glasses properly fit to your optician SHOE SHOP Opposite J D Batons Store I am prepared to make andre pair Boots and ShoeA and also mendanything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worm days in each week nONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky e The Balances i Wheel I Look inside your watch a moment 5 The balance wheel is nuking 18000J vibrations an hour if its In condition If the movement is slug 5 gish theres something wrong will move miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop 0 of oil to make it run But it needs that little badly The least degree offriction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let 0 me clean and oil and put yourwatch e in order for a year It pay J satisfy you 0 WEBB the Jeweler nn io1r s Married Life is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ace count If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEMBER S that we pay 3 per cent o 0 interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Sank Clay City Ky o 0 eeeee eePROFESSIONAL CARDS- NNNNnNNNHNIAAMNfSMM11 lflM01yNA Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTUEPAQE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY y GOOD FLOUR Is the foun atop of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife whohaB 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 PATENT or MOUN TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son KOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Wiley J Christopher Jr be fore leaving for Illinois last week sold his saddle horse to Daniel F Blanton for seventy five dollars B L Burgher who has been afflicted so mysteriously the past five years has suffered a relapse the past week and Dr Little page was called to see him Teat Christopher who left this place last week for Illinois has located at Eureka Wood ford county Mr Christopher writes that he is well pleased with the ountrv and will jipio FVttJn nrSTnWnTiI next Christ iilasThe contract to carry the mail from Kimbrell to Clay City by the way of Spout Spring has been awarded to Mr Sammy Embs for ninetyfour dollars per year Mr Embs is a reliable gentleman and will perform his duties satisfactory to all the patron on the route The time required to make the trip is less than onehalf day Our Drink Bill The American Grocers annual estimate of the nations drink bill shows the formidable total cost of alcoholic and other stimulating bev erages for the year ending June 30 1903 to have been 61451033379 the annual average for the past five years 1293903358 The record shows an expenditure for stimulants of 81815 for each of the 80372000 inhabitants or 800 75 per family of five The average annual costfor five years was 81G 17 or 88085 for each family- It is estimated that one fourth of nil the people use alcoholic bever ages on which each consumer of strong drink expends 80210 every year to gratify appetite Prosperityseems to lead to an increased use of fiery liquids which is more potent for evil than every thing else the parent of every spe cies of crime and the promoter of degradationNothing but a tax of 8110 per gallon and the efforts of the advocates of temperance prevents the do bauchery of the nation by cheap whisky The total revenue of the United States Government in 1003 liquorslicenseper capita tax of 224 of1120 for every family I ti THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUU8DAY J E Burgher Publisher SlionRates 50 Cents Ter year in vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns econdclass nail matter Thursday April 14 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal noo ti Cincinnati Enquirer IJO Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 The Black Diamond Again The building of the Panama canal has revived the Black Diamond railroad project which was surveyed througu this section in the spring of 1808 It is claim ed the road was dropped when the French company failed to Commissioners Notice Powell Circuit Court R 0 Hall Ex Plaintiff- vs H C Hall and Etc Defendants NOTION TO CLAIMANTS Notice is hereby given that I will be at my office on Monday April 25th 1904 in Stanton Kentucky to receive and bear proof of claims tlio estate of James H Hall deceased My sittings will continue from day to day until complete This April 4th 100- 4R03IULUSJ AOK80N M 0 P 0 0 Commissioners Sale P well Circuit Court R 0 Hall Ex Plaintiff versus Alfred Holman c Defendants NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the March term 1004 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on the 2nd day of May 1904 at one oclock p m or therea bout being County Court Day the 1st Monday in May proceed to offer for at Public Auction to the high est bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit Tract of Land on the head waters of Cat and Owl creek in this county beginning at the mouth of Dicks Hollow at a red oak tree below the Cane on Cat and Owl creek thence northward up said hollow to the upper coal heath on same thence southward to two black jackson the road leading from Esiill Fur nace to Dicks coaling ground thence southward to a sand rock anu an old bridge in said road thence southwest near to a beech tree on the west ridge of the hollow above the improvements where Richard Landrum lived thence southward to t flat sand stone in the Cat and owl road leading to the fur nace thence in a south eastward direction to the top of the ridge opo site the contrary springs to a pile of sand stones thence with the ridge between the contrary hollow and the Berry hollow to the Cane creek road thence eastward with the said road to the forks of said road leading to Neals Sink to the head of the Patterson hollow thence down said hollow with the road toa coal heath on the east side of said hollow thence with a straight line to the olu Patterson campus with the road on the east side of said hollow to a black gum tree thence to the beginning or a sufficient number of acres ot produce the sum of 715 85 amount of plaintiffs judgment also to satisfy the judgment of G M Der ickson vs A Holman for the sum of produceThe purchaser will be required to give bond approved security the payment of mon ey to the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to lawBidders will be prepared to comply with these terms Allen will be re tained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid Bond payable to the Commissioner RoMULUS JAOKBON Master Commissioner Powell 0 0 build the canal and that the road ilrsure be built if the canal is Then heres hoping the canal will be built nt once Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh giure F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Wer the undersigned have known F J CHENEY for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any odligations made by his MarvinsWholesale Druggists Toledo p Halls 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 DruggistsTake Family Pills for con stipation The TIMESonly 50 cents a year Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court ShimfeBsel Waldron Plaintiffs- vs Moses Whisman Ac Defendants NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell CircuitCourt render ed at the March term 1004 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on theIIend Day of MAY 1004 at one oclock p m or thereabout MondayInPublic Auction to the highest bidder ofl a credit of six months at the Court house Stanton the property mentioned in the judgment to wit A TRACT OF LAND situated in Powell county Ky begin ning at a chestnut oak near the head of a hollow known as the Christine Noland place marked as a corner thence a jip tkest course with the ridge and a rond leading the I Hatton creek hkuntoln to the Estill I Steam FurftiliuK pine tree near said road a corimr to the N D Merrill tract sold to GVM Venters thence with the dividing ridge bounding said line thence with said lino a south west course to a black oak a corner to said Centers thence with said ridge to top of knoll to a large chestnut oak thence down the ridge dividing the waters on which S P lived and the above named boundary until it strikes this Swanngar ridgethenceginning about 40 acres or- 8ufllcl9ntthereof I to produce 110 00 so made The purchaser will be required to securityfor ey to have thoforce anaeffect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to lawBidders will bo prepared to comply with these terms Allen will bo re tained on the land sold till all the putchase money is paid Bond payable to the Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired- We Keep it7 Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12horee power The best known power for farmers and others printedisL T CHAS riHAGANWI- NCHESTEB T r I GO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR Clothing Fin Dress Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Shoes Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Silks and Satins White Goods Lawns and Dimities Ginghams Hosiery Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All over Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candies I 1 e eeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee MRS WILLIAflS Clay City Ky Littlepage Son- iDRUGGISTS t t 1 Clay City Ky i EtcIPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and I Prescriptions rolullyoompouododt 101 ++ H HAdd + + +t++++H+ ++ I I I The Whitest White Cake I The Lightes Light Rolls I And Flakiest Biscuit1v I Are Made W1renYou Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour c Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 v yo RH CURTIS + Leader In x Genera flerchandise and Country Producer Make Price paid for Railroad Ties I Spout Spring Kentucky I T Your Patronage SolicitedA f l 3 YtHETIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY APRIL 14190t 1 oCAf1BREVITIES Rev H A Irvin filled his stand at Boattyville Sunday Born to D B Simpson and wife Sunday April 10a son Uncle Robert Kennon of Iiardiricks Greek isvery low ttieo1V Rice has been in Cin cinnati several days on business s Elder R L Baker of Jackson was in the city on business a short while Monday James B Hull the hustling stave man was in Lexington Monday on business Olin Shimfessel and T J Kirk care in Cincinnati this weekbuy ing goods The trialof James Shelton for the murder of Ed Eaton will begin at Beattyville today Got Webb to fix your clock or Which Satisfaction given and t work promptly executed VT B Blakey of Leo county will be a Republican candidate for Congress in this district W A Hoskin went to Beatty yule yesterday evening to appear as a witness in the Shelton mur der trial Mr and Mrs J 0 Allen left Wednesday morning for Pitts burg Pa where they will prob ably locate toydDay of Winchester was here the first of the week look ing after his lago business inter ests at this place The Climax Stave and Tie Com punys bucker has started up the past week after having been idle for several months Attention is directed to the change in the advertisement of the Clay City National Bunk in this issue of the TIMES A S Drake who left this conn tv some months ago and moved toMelvin lad has moved from there to Rhinelundor Wis Miss Mayme Groves is quite sick with tonsilitis und her place i in the schoolroom is being sup plied by Prof Hayden of Stan I o ton Sarah Shimfessel of IAunt Mill has been quite ill with lagrippe for several days but wo are pleased to state she is a little better at this time Clark Mizo who went to wes tern Kansas a few days ago to regain his health writes that ho is well pleased with the country and says that he is feeling some hotter Mr Romulus Jackson Master Commissioner Powell Circuit Court was down from Stanton Tuesday and advertised some sales and notices according to the action of the larch Circuit Court J We acknowledge the receipt of two dollars from Butler Mo for renewal of subscription to I each of the following gentlemen Tlios Bolin P A Wright John 1V Barnett and T J Wright Jr For Sale One sot of good surveying instru ments cheap Call ut this otlice l James Douglas of Pluml1 came up Monday We are glad to know that Mr Douglas will notmove to Texas as stated in a former is sue of this paper He has not sold his place at Plum and will continue to reside there We have had a real touch of winter the past week Nothing I can grow so the early gardeners have been setback in spite of their industry With nil of the cool weather fruit has not been damaged very seriously yet W T Webb the jeweler and optician has moved to the Red River Hotel whore he is now conveniently located Mr Webb has built up a fine trade and can supply yon with anything in his line at most reasonable prices John W Henry who has been confined to his room with rheu matism since the first of December is now visiting his daughter Mrs 0 0 Eaton at Vaughns Mill Mr Henry has suffered considerably this winter and it is hoped by his numerous friends that ho will soon get much better since the coining of spring- MansfieldWilliams The engagement of Miss Luln Williams and Mr W A T Mansfield both of this county has been announced The wedding will take place next Tuesday April 10th at the homo of the brides uncle John W Williams of Stanton Gone into Court Mr and Mrs S J Anderson being unable to amicably adjust domestic matters have gone into the courts G W Clark has been fasefindmanagement of sauce He will rent their restaurant and furni ture publicly Saturday afternoon Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises juts Boils Ulcere Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give eutisfactiun by SwannDay Lbr Co Merchants Republican Convention The Republican Committee of this the Tenth Congressional dis trict has called a convention to beheld in Mt Sterling on Mon day May 2 County conventions will be held on Saturday April 28 There are only two candi dates for delegate Dr Bowling GarIrett vine are candidates for district chairman to succeed J E Buck waiter A Thoughtful nan M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an uri usualcase of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought and tried Dr Kingss New Life Fills and she got relief at once and was finally ourcd Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cop store- House For Sale Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lots in western portion of town Good water convenient PBANK JOHNSON For Sale A two story business house on 17thave 4 lots well improvedsuit ablefor business or dwelling For awlvtoJamesBloom The citizeifof Mt Sterling have raised Isl OOO for the build ing of a branch of the L C E to that city They called on the commercial clubs of Louisville and tried to interest them and get them to contribute 10000 for the new project A heat Sensation There was tihig sensation in Leesville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved bvDrKings New Discovery for Consumption He writesIII endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief andsoon thereafter a complete cure Similar cures of Consump tion Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peer less remedy for all thro t and lung troubles Price 50c and 8100 Guaranteed by Swann Day Lbr Co Merchants Trial bottles free Richard J White editor of the FrenchbnrgNjjws died at that place last week Mr White was a good newspaper man and a printer of experience Robbed the Grave A startling incident narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia ns fol lows I was in an awful condi tion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians hind given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy 1 the first bottle made a decided im provement I continued their use for three weeks adam now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim I No one should fail to try them 50 cents guaranteed it SwlmnDay Lum ber Gos store I I Subscribefor4ii3lEs Commissiners Sale Powell Circuit Court Win Wade Admr Plaintiff versus Martha E Barnctt Ac Defendants NOTICE OP SALE Ik EQUITY By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Court rendered at the March term 1004 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the end I nv of MAY 1OO4 at one oclock p m or thereabout being Court the 1st Monday in May proceed to offer for highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the prop erty mentioned in the judgment to wit First tract of land lying in Powell county Ky beinglOacresoflandlying in the nortj1wcst end of a survey longing to said J F Wood and beginning at a stone on the sothwestern bank of Snow creek corner to David Tu- rnerE188 poles toB a stone between buckeye and hickory and forks of a branch corner of said Tur ner thence N W 6835 poles ton large poplar tree corner to said Turner thence N 27 W 154 poles to a dog wood and gum stump corner thence N 2334 W 048 poles to said Turner thence to a stone and hickory pointer thence I83 degrees minutes E 25 8 poles to E a stone thence S 27 E 154 poles to Oa stone thenc S 13 E 0 poles to D a stone thence S43j W 4u8 poles to a stone corner at the mouth of a drain on the north bank of Snow Creek thence down said creek- S 83a W 25 3 jHles to the beginning Second tract bounded as follows Corner oitcounty road oh Snow creek on north side of rood running with said fence in line with line of Jas Woods thence with said fence to a line of Win Martin to road and then with said road and back to the beginning containing 4 acres more or less House and all the property belonging to said land or thereof to produce 07 30 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond approved security for the payment of the purchase money to and effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law BIdders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to the Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court r f ++++++++ +4MKvy++++ +++++r r ++++ j INSURE WITH 1 F A LYON Sc SON If The Lending Insurance A groiittt T 3 of En torn JicntnchytOver 200000000 t Represented IEveryone who knows anything about insurance knowNare in this line tor r + +++ rr +r+++ ++++ +++r +++ ss=SSt StartlingactsI AI Ee BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with 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 i Daper 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 ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at jvmr 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 it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY v HXHXHXHX Laundry Agency Connection give him a THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WJTHEBSFOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030V- Ve the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 t J R WEBBT- onsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels in 23Dont fai to cal solicit M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER CLAY OITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Croon BolteJ Meal always on haul Grinds for onesixth tole c a I Genet J B Rogers bought of W T Huffa mare for 72 50 Dock Spencer has finished cut ting logs for Skidmore Bros John Mullees went to Bill Mead ows near Patsey on business- Mr J J Reed and family were visitingat J II Crabtrees Sunday Mr Geo A Crabtree and wife visited friends in Estill county Sunday Mrs J H Mullens of Lombard visited her parents here Saturday and Sunday Wm Crabtree and wife were the pleasant guests of David Howell and family Sunday Mr and Mrs J IT Howell of Bowen were visiting friends in this neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Kimbrell Simpson Olem bought a Cow and calf for 85 Born to Joel Curtis and wife April 8th n ten lb boy Nelson Witt visited relatives in Montgomery county last sat urday and Sunday Samuel Embs of this place bought of Gilbert Masters one fouryearold horse for 70 Mrs Olaborn Witt of Dry Ridge is very sick Dr Embry of Irvine is attending her Roger Bryan of the firm of Bryan Goodwin Hurst was through this section Friday sell ing groceries Born to Wm Crow and wife Saturday April Oth twin daugh ters They were named Dorsie May and Fannie May Miss Bertha Bowles of this place who has been visiting the family of her uncle John Boles near Clay City returned home laot Sunday Rice Statione Farmers are behind with their workMeasles are raging in this neck o the woods Miss Etta Riddell of Tick Ridge has the mumps BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Medi cine Isa bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a condition American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food stockra ger buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine his and his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers ally keep BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine If does not 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn UooHELLO OArJan 801002 BUckDraught Stock and Poultry Uedlolne U the belt I ever tried Our stock was looking bad When you sent ma the medicine and now they are getting 10 fine They are looking T- Oper ent betterS P BROO1tINOTON t J Uncle George Johnson is quite sick at this writing Circuit Court at Irvine is over and the boys are glad of it D Simp Wagers went to Kings last Thursday to take up ties Elder J W Parsons will preach at Panola next Saturday and Sun day Bill Rice of the firm Wagers Rice is in Cincinnati this week on businessMiss Rice of Irvine is vis= iting her sister Mrs Tom Kerbyat this place Ollie Garrett of the L A R R visited his father last Saturday and Sunday R L Brandenburg will preach at Providence the fourth Saturday and Sunday in this mont- hVaughns Mill Mrs Richard swope is visiting Mrs Mary Daniel Lizzie the little daughter of L 0 Lyle is on the sick list Mr and Mrs J 0 Allen left Wednesday for Pittsburg Pa Mr R T Kennon who has been sick for some time is very low at this writing Miss Mattie McKinney is visit ing her sister Mrs Russell Mountz at Darlingsville Mr Jim Douglas of Plum Lick is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mr John W Henry of Olay City is visiting his daughter Mrs Cliff Eaton at this place Mr acid Mrs George Dunaway have gone to house keeping in the house lately vacated by Jas Mc KnightMiss Fannie Gravett entertained a crowd of young folks at her home on Little Creek Saturday night trod Sunday Mrs Bettie Hiley who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Willie Swope at Glencairn returned home Tuesday Little Creek Mr John McKinney has been in the mountains for the past week buying cattle Mr James Wells and family vis ited their son Samuel Wells Sat urday night and Sunday Mrs Fred Ware who has been down with fever for the past two months is improving very slowly Miss Anna Gravett who has been sick for some time is much better owing tothe careful treatment of Dr LittlepagQ Mr Albert Crow bought a horse from Morgan McKinney for 8000 and Grant Baker also bought a mare the same day for 883 Mr J It Skid more who has been afllicted with Rheumatism for several years we arfl sorry to say is much worse at this writing Clff Eaton has moved his saw mill safely over the roughroads from the Mountz farm to Mr Hi leys farm and will begin sawing Monday The farmers of this section are a bout through sowing oats and if this proves to be a good oat year Little creek will raise enough oats to supply the county as there has been over 200 bushels sown onthis creek alone Snow Creek H H Vivion made abusiness trip to Winchester Saturday Thos Wood boughta cownnd calf from Abe Merritt for 85 Thomas Vivion bought a good fouryearlod mare from 0 M Wills for 0250 R A Boon and wife of Pilot View were guests of relatives here several days last week Mr Ed Eperson and Miss Mary Partner went to Winchester Saturday and were united in matrimony We wish them a happy lifeLog Lick is on a boom W R Matherly and J S Wood are e recting a new store and will car ry a stock of goods and Matherly will keep his saddle hnd harness shop in that building We also understand that another store will be started there soon It looks like Log Lick is luckier for stores than preachers- I am always glad to see the TIMES it is the only paper pub lished in Powcjll county Its ed itor came from the common people and should be patronized He is prompt and always gets his pa per out on time and the people are fast learning this fact and realizing that they should sup port such n paper as this Bowen r Mr and Mrs Charley Ewen are rejoicing byer their new girl which was born on the llth Inst Farmers are getting a hustle on themselves between showers trying tp bo ready for the coming season Rev Joe Adams has just re turned from Yale where he filled his regular appointment Satur day and Sunday We are sorrjfcto learn that our court of clainfc were in session three full das last week stud didnt build a single bridge There are 110 new cases of men ales but there are several old ca ses of Jagrippe which has been with us all winter and if it is divided into shares your corro spondent has his and would be Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop Table suppliediwith the best the markert affords Everything neat andclean Rates 150 per day Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Daily ex Sun Stations PI11 AM Lv Lexington 325 745 Winchester SJlrf 825 L EJunction 822 837 Clay City 350 013 Stanton 4jOtf 23 I Natural Bridge 43i 054 Torrent 449 1008 f BeattyvilleJuno5U 1029 s 0 K Junct 6fl 1120 Ar Jackson 005 1130 WESTBODND No 8 No1 Daniex Sun Stations P M Am Lv Jackson225 25 O K Junct 8 80 0 29 BeattyvHleJunc820 720 Torrent347 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 480 828 Clay Oitv 4i30 837 LB Junction 50 010 Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexington 005 10 10- NosSand 4 make close cognections for Cannel City and points on the O K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 withoNos IV and 2 connect at ville Junction with L A forjBeattyJ- ville daily except Sunday J SooTTjGen r glad to get rid oflt at or below its par value Lewis Howell son of Jas How ell while fooling with a pistol last Tuesday that he thought was empty accidentally shot his sis ter Allio through the lungs which proved fatal in 15 hours Her remains were interred in the Mountain Spring Cemetery in Estill county She leaves a father two brothers and a host of friends to mourn her loss Mr John Powell of Star Gap this was in our midst last week and announced that he had been a house keeper for 23 years during which time ho had never bought any corn or meat Mrs Powell has in the last year sold 18500 worth of butter and has sold eggs and poultry in propor tion she also canned about 200 gallons of fruit last summer und fall So much for a mountain farmer but few can say so much Why should the people that have better surroundings grumble at the hard times when hard work and less worry together with a little motherwit and management will bring about good times May Flower Furnace Garden making is the order of dayMr Bratton went to Millers Creek Saturday Mr Ed Howell of Vinton was here Friday on business Mr Sam Billings was at Clay City on business Monday Hamilton Tipton is attenting court at Irvine this week Roscoe C Newkirkand G D Howell are ol1the sick list Mr J W Newkirk went to Cat Creek one day this week Mr J V Newkirk went to Clay City Monday on business Mr Olatid Newkirk went to Millers Creek Saturday on busi ness Mr and Mrs G W Lyle visit ed Mr and Mrs G D Howell SundayhJames Faught and Henderson Messer went to Irvine Saturday on buseves G W Lyle Jr of New Town visited his family from Saturday until Monday Miss Essie Hendricks visited her cousins Misses Cora and Besso Barnes Sunday Mr Sherman Abnev a former citizen of this place was here this week on business s Mrs Bird Johnson of Millers Creek visited her mother Mrs Sam Billings Tuesday Miss Ida Howell visited her brother Mr G D Howell and family Monday night Colds are the very latest fad Most everybody is wearing one even ye item digger has one Misses Mallie Qhaney and Bid die Messervisited Misses 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