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THE BOURBON NEWS
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which may appear in the columns
of THE BOURBON NEWS will be
aladly corrected if brought to the
attention of the editor.
LOW WATER REVEALS RIVER
TRAGEDY
Low water, uncovering the skel
eton of the old steamboat Pacific, in
the Ohio river, at Uniontown, Ky
brings back to the memories of the
old people at Uniontown one of the
worst disasters that ever occurred
on the lower Ohio river. The craft,
which operated in the early sixties
between Cincinnati and New Or
leans, was one of the most magnifi
cent of the day, being a side-wheel
boat. While coaling near Union
town a deck light, in those days an
iron bucket filled with fagots and
.fed with rosin, swung too close to
some hay on the boat, setting it on
fire. The owner of the mine, where
the boat was coaling, to protect his
own property, cut the anchor lines,
allowing the blazing craft to float
down the river. Several of the crew,
passengers and live stock perished
in the flames and the boat went
down in the narrows, known as the
Highland Rocks.
Master's Sale
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
Lula Anderson Plaintiff
4 Vs. Notice of Sale.
Woodford Anderson, Etc. Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment and order of sa;le rendered at
the November term of the Bourbon
Circuit Court, ia the above styled
action therein pending, the under
signed' Master Commisionef, on "
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1923,
at the front door of the Court
House, in Paris, Kentucky ,"at about
the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., will
sell at public, outcry to the highest
and best bidder, the following des
cribed property, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of
lapd located in Ruckerville, a
suburb of Paris, Bourbon County,
Kentucky, and known as Lot No.
8 on the plat of Ruckerville,
fronting 38 feet on First Street,
and running back the same width
56 feet, and adjoining lot No. 7,
on said plat, sold to Carolyn Tur
ner; being the property conveyed
to Henrietta Lawson by H. M.
Rucker by deed of date Ja,nuaTy
23, 1885, and of record in the
office of the Clerk of the Bourbon
County Court in Deed Book ,68,
page 348.
Said sale will be made upon a
credit of six months, the purchaser
or purchasers being required to. ex
ecute bond, with good and approved
surety, due six months from date
of sale and bearing interest a;t the
rate of Six Per Cent (6) from
date of sale until paid, said bond
having the force and effect of judg
ment, with a lien retained upon the
property to further secure its pay
ment. Said sale is made for the purpose
cf a division among the parties in
interest.
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner B. C. C.
'dec22-2S-jaS) "
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The Toledo (Ohio) Blade asserts as
a well-known fact that no girl ever
enters a beauty contest herself. She
always has friends in need who pos
sess her photographs. One of them
can be trusted to do the right thing.
OLD MAGAZNES
Old magazines, of all kinds,
wrapped in bundles. Given to first
comer. List embraces all the well
known publications, including a
large lot of sporting magazines.
They will furnish good reading
through the winter for someone.
Come and get them. Call at THE
NEWS office.
MASTER'S SALE
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
The Clark County
National Bank Plaintiff
Vs. Notice of Sale.
Thomas Butler, Et Al. .Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment and order of sale, rendered at
the November term, 1922, of the
Bourbon Circuit Court, in the above
styled action therein pending, the
undersigned Master Commissioner,
on
SATURDAY. JANUARY 6, 1923
at the front door of the Court
House, in Paris. Kentucky, at about
the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m., will
sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder, so much of the fol
lowing described property as may
be necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's
judgment, interest and costs refer
red to below:
A certain tract of land lying
and being in Bourbon County,
Kentucky, described as follows:
On the waters of Stoner Creek
at Simmons Mill, on the North
Middletown and Stony Point
Turnpike Road, about one mile
west of North Middletown, Ken
tucky, and bounded and described J
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a post corner to
John Stigall and Dan Gaitskill;
thence along Gaitskill's line S
25deg. W 501 feet to post at a
gate on side of lane; thence along
lane S 85 deg. W542 feet to post
corner to William Wilson; thence
along his line N 41 deg. W 240
feet; thence S 49 deg. 15 min.
W 197 feet to walnut tree;
thence S 59 deg. 30 min; W 115
feet to east bank of Stoner Creek;
thence down said bank of creek
N 16 deg. 15 min. W 113 feet,
N 55 deg. W 153 feet; N. 67 deg.
W 130 feet; N 66 deg. 15 min.
W 360 feet; N 53 deg. 30 min.
W 220 feet; N 39 deg. 15 min. W
100 feet; N 27 deg. 30 min. W
100 feet; N 16 deg. 20 min. W
100 feet; N 30 min. E 200 feet;
N 24 deg. E 300 feet N 30 deg.
30 min. E 200 feet; N 36 deg. 45
min. E 100 feet; N 54 deg. E 100
feet; N 70 deg. E 100 feet; S 89
deg. E 10 feet; S 76 deg. 10 min.
E 100 feet; S 58 deg. E 300 feet;
S 36 deg. 45 min. E 50 feet to
Stigall's corner; thence along
Stigall's line S 12 deg. 30 min. E
245 feet S 27 deg. 45 min. E 100
feet; S 52 deg. 30 min. E 130
feet; S 82 deg. 45 min. E 180
feet; S 77 deg. 30 min. E 320
feet; S 62 deg. 45 min. E 110
feet; S 43 deg. E 211 feet to
three elm trees; thence S 55 deg.
15 min. E 241 feet to the place
of beginning, containing 46-459.
1000 acres, and being a part of
the same property deeded to J. W.
Wheeler, et el., by John F. Rich
.ardson and wife on the 1st day of
March, 1912, by deed recorded in
Bourbon County Court Clerk's
Office, Deed Book 99, page 480.
There is also a. right-of-way or
passway across the creek from the
above boundary of land to the
road, said passway being situated
just below the old dam. and said
passway is hereby given and
granted and for the use and ben
efit of the owner or owners of the
above described tract of land.
Said sale will be made upon
credits of six and twelve months,
the purchaser or purchasers being
required to execute their two bonds
for 'equal parts of the purchase
price, with good and approved sure
ty, bearing interest at the rate of
six per cent (6) per annum from
date of sale, until paid, having the
force and effect of judgments, with
a lien retained upon the property to
further secure their payment.
Said sale is made for the purpose
of satisfying the plaintiff's debt of
Thirty-six Hundred and Seventy Dol
lars and Twenty-six Cents ($3,670.
26) with interest from September 1,
1921, and Thirty Six Hundred and
Seventy Dollars and Twenty-six
Cents ($3,670.26) with interest from
March 1, 1921, subject to a credit of
Ninety-nine Dollars and Ninety
Cents ($99.90) as of September 12,
1921. and the costs of this proceed
ing, the debt, interest and cost be
ing estimated as of date of sale, at
Eighty One Hundred and Fifty Dol
lars ($8,150.00.)
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner Bourbon Cir
cuit court.
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THE BOURBON NEWS,.
No matter how poor he is, the
cornetist,can always blow a note or
two.
PIANOS
Steinway and other high grade
Pianos, Players and Talking Ma
chines, Music Rolls and Record.
Cash or easy terms may be arrang
ed. Tuning and repairing a speci
alty. J. H. TEMPLEMAN PIANO CO.
226 Main St., Upstairs, Paris, Ky.
Cumberland Phone 201.
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Master's Notice!
JAMES CALDWELL,
As Administrator of JOHN
TAYLOR, Etc Plaintiff
Vs. Notice to Prove Claims
MAGGIE JOHNSON. Etc . Defendant
All persons having claims against
the estate of John Taylor, deceased.
are hereby notified to present same
properly proven as required by law,
to the undersigned Master Commis
sioner, at any .time during office
hours, prior to March 1. 1923, at
which time all claims will be bar
red. Done pursuant to order of the
Bourbon Circuit Court, entered at
the November term, in the above
styled case therein pending.
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner B. C. C.
(19-22-26-29)
MASTER'S SALE
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
The Clark County
National Bank Plaintiff
Vs. Notice of Sale.
Will Stuart, Et. A1.. ..Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment and order of sale, rendered at
the November term, 1922, of the
Bourbon Circuit Court in the above
styled action therein pending, the
undersigned Master Commissioner.
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SATURDAY, JAN. 6. 1923-
at the front door of the Court
House, in Paris, Kentucky, at about
the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m., will sell
at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder, so much of the follow
ing described property as may be
necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's
judgment, interest and costs refer
red to below:
A tract or parcel of land situ
ated in Bourbon County. Ken
tucky, at Simmons Mill, on the
North Middletown and Stony
Point turnpike road about one
mile from North Middletown.
Kentucky, and bounded and des
cribed as follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at a point on the . North
side of said pike, corner to J.
Jackson; thence along his lines N
16 deg. 50 min. W 818 feet to
.center of Stoner Creek; thence up
center said creek S 76 - min. E
329 feet; thence leaving center
said creek and running S 25 deg.
W 31 feet to a stake on south
bank of said creek; thence
along top . of south bank
of said creek along Hutsell's
line S 64 deg. 45 min. E 252 feet,
S 63 deg. 55 min. E 309 feet,
S 55 deg. 30 min. E 264 feet, S
77 deg. E 427 feet. S 74 deg. 30
min. E 228 feet, S 63 deg. 15 min.
198 feet, to a-stake on
south bank of creek; thence N ,78
deg. E 48 feet to center of said
creek to point corner to Steve
Fraley; thence-up center of creek
and along Fraley's line S 5 deg.
W 120 feet, S 14 deg. 25 min.
W 100 feet, S 19 deg. W 455 feet
to center of steel bridge over said
creek; thence running along the
average center of pike N 80 deg.
10 min. W 100 feet N 67 deg. 30
min. W 500 feet, N 68 deg. W
772 feet, N 72 deg. 30 min. W
215 feet to place of beginning,
containing 26-383,1000 acres, ex
cepting 7.100 of an acre, an old
graveyard.
property to further secure their pay
Said sale will be made upon cred- ment.
its of six and twelve months, the
purchaser or purchasers being re
quired to execute their two bonds
for equal parts of the purchase
price, with good and approved su
rety, bearing interest at the rate of
six per cent. (6) per annum from
dgjte of sale, until paid, having the
force and effect of judgments, with a
lien retained upon the property to
further secure their payment.
Said sale is made for the purpose
of satisfying the plaintiff's .debt of
Sixty-nine Hundred and Ninety One
Dollars and Forty-Eight Cents
($6,991.48) with interest from
March 1. 1921, and the costs of this
proceeding, the debt, interest and
cost being estimated as of the date
of sale, at Seventy-nine Hundred
and Seventy-five Dollars ($7,975.00)
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner Bourbon Cir-
l cuit Court.
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PARIS, KENTUtffcJT juk
Notice to Stockholders
The stockholders of the First Na
tional Bank, of Paris, Kentucky,
will meet at their banking office
Tuesday, January 9, 1823. between
the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m.,
for the election of directors for the
ensuing year.
W. W. HALEY, President.
JAMES N. W. McCLURE, Cashier.
tillJan9)
PUBLIC SALE
We will, as administrators of Mrs.
Mollie Rice, on Monday, January 1,
1923, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the
court house door, sell at public auc
tion 4 shares of Peoples Deposit
Bank and Trust Co.'s, capital stock
and 7 shares of the Bourbon To-
bacco Warehouse stock.
W. T. BRYAN,
J. C. BRYAN,
LOGAN BRYAN,
Administrators Mrs. Mollie Rice.
(dec26-29)
MASTER'S SALE
BOURBON CIRCUIT COURT
The Clark County
National Bank Plaintiff
Vs. Notice of Sale.
John Stigall. Et. Al. . ..Defendants
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment and order of sale rendered at
at the November term, 1922, of the
Bourbon Circuit Court in the above
styled action therein pending, the
undersigned Master Commissioner,
on
SATURDAY, JAN. 6. 1923
at the front door of the Court
House, in Paris. Kentucky, at about
the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m., will sell
at public outcryto the highest and
best bidder, so much of the follow
ing described property as may be
necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's
judgment, interest and costs refer
red to below:
A tract or parcel of land situ
ated in Bourbon County, Ken
tucky, at Simmons Mill, on the
North Middletown and Stony
Point turnpike road, about one
mile west of North Middletown.
Kentucky, and bounded and des
cribed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning in center of said pike
at the west end of bridge; thence
along Stigall's original lines S 32
deg. 30 -min. W 161 feet to edge
of road; thence S 33 deg. 15 min.
E 290 feet S 29 deg. 30 min. E
47 feet about 70 feet from corner
of old mill; thence crossing
Stoner Creek S 43 deg. 35 min. W
223 feet to elm trees and Butler's
corner; thence N 43 deg. W 211
feet to west bank of creek; thence
along same N 62 deg. 45 min. W
110 feet along Butler's lines;
thence N 77 deg. 30 min. W 320
feet N 82 deg. 45 min. W 180
feet N 52 deg. 30 min. W 130 ft.
N 27 deg. 45 min. W 100 ft. N
12 deg. 30 min. W 245 feet N 28
deg. E 251 feet crossing Stoner
Creek to center of pike; thence
along center of same S 68 deg. E
422 feet, S 67 deg. 30 min. E 500
feet; thence S 80 deg. 10 min. E
22 feet to place of beginning-, con
taining 11-803.1000 acres. This
is a part of the same tract of
land conveyed to J. W. Wheeler,
et. al., by John F. Richardson, by
deed recorded in Deed Book 99,
page 480, Bourbon County
Court Clerk's office. There
is excepted 'out of the fore
going boundary of land a
pass-way from the tract of land
conveyed to .Thomas Butler, of
color, said passway being across
.the creek just helow the old dam
from Butler's land out to the
road, and being reserved for the
benefit of the said forty-six acres
of land conveyed to said Butler.
Said sale will be made upon cred
its of six and twelve months, the
purchaser or purchasers being re
quired to execute their two bonds
for equal parts of the purchase
price, with good and approved
surety, bearing interest at the rate
of six per cent. (6) per annum
from date of sale, until paid, hav
ing the force and effect of judg
ments, witli a lien retained upon the
Said sale is made for the purpose
of satisfying, the plaintiff's debt of
I Three Thousand and Twenty-nine
Dollars and Forty-two Cents
($3,029.42) with interest from Sep
tember 1, 1921. and the costs of this
proceeding, .the debt, interest and
cosJt being estimated ajs of the date
of sale, at Thirty-five Hundred and
Fifty, Dollars ($3,550.ft0.)
O. T. HINTON,
Master Commissioner Bourbon Cir
cuit Court.
(dec22-29-jan5)
CAHAL BROS.
BARBER SHOP
4 WHITE BARBERS-
Modern YA ufpmtat.
Expert and Polite Serr .
EOT AND COLD BATHS
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NOTICE
TO STOCKHOLDERS
The stockholders of the Deposit
and Peoples Bank and Trust Co., of
Paris Kentucky, will meet at their
banking house on Monday, January
1, 1923, between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 3 p m., to elect directors
for the ensuing: year.
SDLAS E. BEDFORD, President.
C. K. THOMAS, Cashier.
(nov24-td)
NOTICE
TO STOCKHOLDERS
The stockholders of the Farmers'
and Traders' Bank, of Paris, Ken-
tucky, will meet at their banking
house on Monday, January 1, 1923,
between the hours of 9 a. m. and 3
p. m , to elect directors for the en
suing year.
FRANK P. KISER, President.
W. W. MITCHELL, Cashier.
(nov24-td)
NOTICE
TO STOCKHOLDERS
The stockholders of the Bourbon
Agricultural Bank & Trust Co., of
Paris, Kentucky, will meet at their
banking house on Monday, January
1, 1923, between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 3 p. m., to elect eleven di
rectors for the ensuing year.
SAM CLAY, President.
BUCKNER WOODFOORD,
Vice-President and Cashier.
(nov24-td)
PUBLIC SALE
Good Bourbon Co. Farm
of 2031 Acres
The undersigned administrators of Mrs. Mollie Rice, deceased, will
on
Wednesday, January 10, 1923
on the premises on the North Middletown and Plum turnpike, about
half-way between North Middletown and Plum, beginning about the
hour of 10 a. m., expose to public sale her farm of 203 & acres, lying
next to the lands of Robert Hopkins, George Wilson and Mrs. George
Flanders.
This farm is divided into two tracts, one S6 acres, the other 117
acres. The tract of 117 acres has on it a 2-story, 5-room frame
dwelling, with combined stock and tobacco barn, also pair of livestock
scales, lasting water any season. Tract of 86 acres has one small ten
ant dwelling, lasting water. Each tract has abundance of pike frontage-
This farm will be offered first in separate tracts, then as a whole,
best bid to be accepted; positively no by-bids. The high dollar buys
the farm.
This farm has about 60 acres in rye, balance in grass.
Graded schools and churches within about 2 miles, both at North
Middletown and Little Rock.
Terms made known on day of sale. ' .,
Immediate possession.
We will be glad to show you this place at any time.
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W. T. BRYAN,
LOGAN BRYAN,
J. C. BRYAN, JR., r
Admrs. of the Estate of Mrs. Mollie Rice. r
GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer.
(26-td)
PUBLIC SALE
OP
Desirable Residence and Household and
Kitchen Effects, Etc.
The undersigned executor of
ceased, will, on
Wednesday,
on the premises at the corner of Pleasant Street and Duncan Avenue,
Paris, Kentucky, beginning about the hour of 10 a. m., expose to pub
lic sale her home place located on the corner of Duncan Avenue and
Pleasant Street,, fronting about 66 feet on Pleasant Street and extend
ing back along Duncan Avenue about 103 feet, and being 72 feet 7
inches in the rear, and .having thereon a desirable brick residence of
seven rooms, bath room, and enclosed porch, and in excellent state of
preservation and repair; heated with furnace and gas and stoves and
supplied with electric lights.
TEBMS:
The real estate will be sold one-third cash on delivery of deed,
balance in six and twelve months, the .purchaser to execute purchase
money notes bearing interest from date of sale and secured by a lien
being reserved in deed. Possession to be given at once.
PERSONAL PROPERTY
The undersigned executor will, at the same time and place, expose
to public sale a lot of household and kitchen furniture and personal ef
fects, including sets of furniture, tables, chairs, mirrors, dining room
set .piano, victrola, rugs, carpets, bed clothing, towels, linens and nu
merous articles of a well-furnished home.
TERMS:
Sums under $50.00 cash, sums over $50.00' either cash or purchaser
may give note with good surety to be approved by the undersigned, due
four months after date, with interest from date until paid.
JOHN T. HllDGES,
Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Laura W. Bayle.
viJiiu. u. csfjciAjsjiis, Auctioneer. . i
(decl9'-22-2-29-jan2)
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2t, lt21
FOR RENT
A 5-room flat, Main street, with,
bath, electric lights and gas. Apply
to D. Y. L. FARLEY,
(8-tf) Both Phonne 48.
Public Renting!
Charles Willett, &c
f Vs.
.Appellants
A. H. Willett, &c .
Appellants
By virtue of an order of the Bour
bon Circuit Court made and entered
in the above styled cause on the
2nd day of December, 1922, the un
dersigned Receiver will rent pub
licly at the, Court House door in
Paris, Kentucky, to the highest and
best bidder, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1923,
about the hour of 11 o'clock a. m
the farm located near Hutchison
Station, on the Hutchison Station
and Bethlehem turnpike, owned by
the late Bessie Burgess, containing
about 65 acres with residence, out
buildings and tobacco barn thereon.
Said renting will be for the term of
one year, beginning March 1, 1923,
and ending March 1, 1924. Said
rent to be,come due and payable on
March 1, 1924, for which the renter
will be required to execute bond
with good surety to be approved by
and payable to the undersigned.
The crop to be raised will be an
nounced at the time of the renting.
JOHN N. STEELE,
Receiver.
OF
the' estate of Laura W. Bayless, de
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January 3, 1923
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