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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 October 1906

ti < Jo iIF 1 THE TIMES f4 v AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCT 4 IflOO LOCAL BREVITIES t Il Mrs Geo W Rice has moved to Mt Sterling I Miss Mary Graham Eaton of GeorgetownColloge visited home folks over Sunday S Prof 0 W Campbell has moved into the Littlepnjre prop erty vacated by Butler Stewart II M Baily has moved his corn i mill to Winehester and will move there himself in the near future I A Pleas Broaddus of Millers creek was the guest of his daugh ter Mrs Oscar Mucky a few days Ht this week 0A D Campbell of Irvine was heron few days the first of the week visiting his son Prof O1V > Campbell Weed Patton of Bowen was here Monday getting some repair woVk done at the machine shops for his saw mill The Powell County Fiscal I Court is in session at Stanton this week and are up igainst the usual list of claims Mesdames Jane Tood and I Polly Locknane of Winchester s re guests of Mrs W N Bush + 4 two days the latter part of last F week a r i Mr and Mrs John A Wull + + = = i tern ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 October 1906

BilePoison Poison has a very bad effect on your sys tem It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all Its fearful Ills I r I Thedfords I BlackDraught IIs a bland tonic liver regulator and I blood purffierI It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures biHous headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indiges tion constipatlen mahria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a lath tic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which oases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists I For Pain Take a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and elands llko opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drucs but by In creasing the natural secretions This octlpn Is btalned as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It jircillilci to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can saf...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 October 1906

F t nry nn c r o r Q rr l THE CLAY CITY TIMES r i n 4 4 4w 50 Celts a Year in Advanci We aft here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher 7tVOL Xt CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER II 1906 NO 41 Business BusinessMaking Making Prices Just received a beautiful Hae of Fall and Winter goods Plaid ginghams1Oc yd Wool plaids 25c to 45a All wool goods in plain and fancy 50c to 75c IC Sicilians all colors white and black45c to tl 25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9o Pepperell bleached 104 sheet ing 28cII Pepperell unbleached 104 sheeting 26c II A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs Ac at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakeslOc Sugar Jc per pound BcstFJour65c for 251b Best aid Cheapest Use of Qrailte Ware just opened J B Eaton Leader la Low Prices Big Day With Juniors Flag and Bible presented to the Stanton Graded School SchoolI Address by Eld J D Hunter A large crowd was present at Stanton Friday last to witness the cerem...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 October 1906

and uphold these noble princi I 4 ples given us by our ancestors I having for our emblem the stars I and stripes and that we are not afraid or ashamed to hoist it 1 high that when the bright rays of the morning sun kisses it us it waves proudly over the land of the free and the home of the brave no American heart Bali refuse to beat with patriotism as they gaze upon its stars and stripes waving proudly ever this school building And another I grand and sublime object is toI show this people and all that fall among us that the Word of God is upon what this grand order the Jr O U A 11 is builded and presented to the teacher pupils and patrons a copy of the word of God the Holy Bible I We as Juniors believe in a Su preme Being We also believe that the Bible is a nonsectarian book containing the best code of morals ever revealed or discover ed by man and we also believe from its literary theological moral and political excellence that it is of supernatural or di I vine origin In the unbo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 October 1906

< riIE TIMES r i i < AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t 11 < THURSDAY GOT 11 1900 LOCAL BREVITIES i Judge F P Pendleton of WinI chester was here Tuesday Mrs Sarah Eaton of Cincinna ti Ohio is visiting relatives in this city 0 Shimfessel is in Oincinnati this week selecting his fall and winter goods + T M Niblack of Trapp Clark county was transacting business in the city Friday 0 W Duncan and family of Mt Carbon W Va are visiting I relatives in the city J F Clark is visiting his I brother Dave Clark and other relatives at Clinton Mo J 0 Patrick of Stanton is representing Powell in the State Development Convention at Win Chester this week Albert Holman has sold his farm on Hardwicks Creek to a Mr Noe from up the Kentucky river for 4000 00 cash Tom Rash and wife of Win chester visited the latters pa rents Mr and Mrs J D Will iams the last of the week c Mr and Mrs Eldridge D Cur tis are the proud parents of a 1 new 10 pound boy which arrived at their home Wednesday OctoI I i = ber 8 I iit...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 October 1906

Snow Creek Our school has closed on account f the institute Douglas Crow purchased of Jack Farm for Sale Lying on lied River at the mouth of Oat Creek mid neur Rosslyn sta tion on L tC E Ry About 225 a ores in entire boundary 150 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or field nil in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready i to make money on There is 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Ilea tyof fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing 50 to CO head of stock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red Piver running on one side mid Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs fcc Dwelling burned hut a beautiful lotlist and walnut grove to rebuild in lmile from railrond station mill post ollice school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars Milieu is less than S55 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for SGii t > SSO...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 October 1906

rr J 1 t n FE f a c 8 c < 0 j r y r rA L r t 1 THE c CLAY < CITY TIMES I c < 01 5 ty Cents a Year in Advance We are here to helpClay City the SorronnJing Country and OurselvesII E Burgher Publisher TOXI y tCLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1906 NOij Business Making 0 Prices Just received a beautiful line of F il and Winter goods Plaid ginghamslOc yd Wool plaids 25c to 4I N All wool goods in plain and fancy M50c to 7oc II Sicilians all colors white and black45e to + 125 10 inch Unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheet ing 28c Pepperell unbleached 104 1042Gc sheeting 2Cc II A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc poundBest Best Flour 05c for 25lb Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices > City Ticket Nominated Several voters of the city met at the Adams Hotel in Mechan icsville one night last week so we are informed find put up a Citizens ticke...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 October 1906

Big Day With Juniors JuniorsV V CONTINUED PHOM iasr WEEK r The evolution theory for the origin of man granting it to be true could produce only a little higher order of animal than the monkey but just as much nn an imal as the monkey or rhinoc eros We would then have only a nice of animals without a soul with the inner man to live on when the body dies The whole being of man would be dead when the body dies He would live for a few days or years and then go out like the horse and that would be the end But when we accpt the account of tho direct creation of man I1S given by Moses then we have a two fold being an outer man or physical man and an inner man or spiritual man that does not die when the body dies We have then a being of such a na ture that when the body dies and returns to the dust from whence it came the spirit the inner man the soul lives on and as Solomon said returns Uto God who gave it and who will judge it through Jesus our Lord What a wonderful difference between Mos...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 October 1906

THE TIMES AN ALL IiOMEMADEPAPER THURSDAY GOT 18 1000 LOOA BREVITIES See notice of stray steer in this issue J P Uuttmun and daughters of Kimbrell were in the city yesterday We have it six page issue this week and it causes us to bea little late M Bailey has sold his Sixth avenue property to James Bloom for 500 cash Mrs Charles Orook isvisiting her father and other relatives at Wliitesburg WititesburgS S J Anderson hills reopened his grocery and meat store on Sixth avenue Miss Lizzie Mize who has been down three weeks with typhoid fever is now improving Tom Ballard has sold his farm near this city to Henry Tipton of Hardwicks Greek at 20 00 per acre acreMIs Mrs Clay Hnmilton of Win Chester was hero a few days this week the guest of her sister Mrs B M McPherson Grant Kiinbrell of Wingate Ind is visiting his sister Mrs BM McPherson and other rela tives in the county Mrs B Mr McPherson attend ed the funeral of her niece Miss Tempie Lee Curtis near Mace donia church yesterday pR Mountz w...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 October 1906

Sams People here are about done cutting corn Several from here attended Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth I of Car Creek and near Rosslyn sta I tion on L k E Ry About 225 a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields nil in high state of cultivation and nil in grass well rested and ready to make money on There is 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing 50 to GO head of stock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red Piver running on one side and Cat Creek throuch the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in J mile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary peven thousand dollars which is less than 855 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for 865 to 8SO per acre Better than Blu...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 October 1906

t t J V I THE to 1j rr CLAY CITY TIMES I 15O a Cents nY 1ftj dMclt i Y B rWe are here to help Clay City the Surrounjing Country anJ Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher II rp rJxi i J c j ° CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1900 NO 13 i a Business BusinessMaking Making MakingPrices Pricesi Priceste e t 1 te teJust received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods r T oJ Pluid ginghams lOc yd Wool plaids 25c to J5e All wool goods in plain and fancy 50c to 75c II Sicilians nil color white mid yiblack 4oo to l 125 40u nch unbleached cotton < flc Pepperell blenched 104 sheet ing 28c Pepperell unbleached 104 sheeting 2Gc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs ic at prices to suit Shees at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakesM lOc Sugar < 5o per pound Best Flour i5c for 25lb Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened JeB Eaton Leader In Low Prices INVALID ELECTION > Held In This City Last Fall to Elect Municipal Officers Decision of Court fot Appeals A The Court o...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 October 1906

A Nebraska editor is still run ning an advertisement of garden seeds This is one reason why advertising paysI Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosslyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225 a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into S or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready I to make money on There is 1800 to 1000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing 50 to GO head of block two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water lied Piver running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs tc Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in j mile from railroad etatio mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than 855 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 November 1906

i 10 f w I 1 I TilE CLAY CITY TIMES I O 50 Cents a Year In Advance We air here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Oorselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I tOL XI CLAY CITY KIT THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1906 NO 44 ilx7YxA1 r 44 + A Businessi i BusinessMaking a Making MakingPrices Prices Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Plaid ginghams JiOc yd Wool plaids 25c to 45c II All wool gdods in plain and fancy50c to 7oc II Sicilians all colors white and black 450 to 8125 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheet ing 28c 6pperellunbleached 104 sheeting SGc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc Sugar Cc per pound Best Flour 65c for 251b Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices Every House Occupied There is not a dwelling house in Clay City to day but what is occupied or is rented and will be filled in a few days What will speak better f...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 November 1906

SPOUT SPRING The prevailing price here for corn is 2 00 per barrel in tho fieldThos Thos McKinney was below Tuesday and Wednesday on n business mission Attorney Hugh Riddell of Ir vine was hero a short while snt nrday on legal business Mrs Andy J Ourtis contin ues very low and there are now grave fears that she will not re cover Mrs Nannie McKinney and daughter Miss Nora Todd are visiting relatives at Pilot View and Kuckcrvillo Asa Todd sold the Gravel farm near here to Berry Bar nett for 1300 00 cash Pos session immediately Elder George W McIntosh will occupy the stand at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday mornings L t everybody come out and attend these sei vices vicesWinchester Winchester will next Tuesday vote on the issuance of 1000 in bonds to be exended in the es tablishment of a sewerag system Richmond will vote on a similar proposition In Fleming county Miss Pearl Hughes a pretty lass of seven teen summers stole a horse an is now in jail and will be prose cuted by the C...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 November 1906

TINESr X AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER f THURSDAY NOV 1 1900 LOGAf BREVITIES C Free mail delivery will be in c stituted nt Winchester today J Bon F McKinney of llucker 1 1 yule was here Saturday on busi T liess N t A D Campbell of Irvine is the guest of his son Prof 0 W Oampbellj The cool weather of this week t reminds us that hog killing time will soon be here t Mr and Mrs Geo W Lewis of Pilot View visited relatives in the city Saturday ic D R Mountz continues very low and but little hopes are en 1irained for his recovery Asa B Ewen a leading mer chant of Slade was transacting Ibusiness in the city Monday Prof and Mrs 0 W Camp bell visited relatives at Irvine from Friday till Monday Mr and Mrs John Hisle of Richmond visited relatives here 1 the latter part of the week I Attorney Hugh Riddell of Ir vine was in the city Saturday look after some legal business I Mrs J I Will of Walton is visiting her sister Mrs W I Jackson on Hardwicks Creek I 2 Mr and Mrs J H Dawson 5 4 of Spout Spring were ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 November 1906

Virden Robert Ware is at Kiddville this week on business Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cal Creek and near Rosslyn sta tinn on L E Ry About 225 a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation and nil in grass well rested and ready to make money on There is 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing 50 to GO head of clock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water i Red Piver running on one side and I Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in tmile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than 855 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for 865 to 880 per acre Better than Bluegrass land for yo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 November 1906

u 1 1 j i 11 HEiCLAY CITY TIMES I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We arc here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 1 YOL 4r XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1906 NO 45 11 Business t Prices iticing Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Plaid ginghams lOc yd Wool plaids 26o to 45o AU wool goods in plain and fancy 60c to 75c Sicilians all colors white and black4 toll 25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheet sheeting ing 28c II Pepperell unbleached 104 aheeting2Gc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc Sugar 00 per pound Best Flour C5c for 25lb Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices VERY QUIET ELECTION In Kentucky Democrats Lose Three Congressmen Hopkins One of the Number The election Tuesday was an unusally quiet one In Ken I tucky from best reports it seems that thb Republicans have...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 November 1906

KENTUCKYS FAME By Florence Strong Shes n trophy and n prize No pleasure she ever denies She knows no yearning sighs A Kentucky girl with sparkling eyes Sites as witty us you please And she knows it with nil enso That no masculine heart could dan deny 9 A Kentucky girl with a sknrkllng eye Her charms are many Her faults not one The maid from Kentucky Where the thoroughbreds run If yovve never known happpincss pleasure or fun Come to Lexington when the race have begun And through the Blue Grass take II roro And see fast horses like Apollo drove Of nil the blessings theres none so line As the mountain and Blue Grim both combine 0 Thercr n vision of happiness o loveliness too t In Kentucky where they make the moonshine stew SPOUT SPRING Farmers in this section are very busy gathering their corn cropRobert Robert Niblack was in Win i Chester the first of the week on a business mission J R Hurst of Vaughns Mill attended the services at the Baptist church here Sunday morning Moses McKinney...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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