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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 November 1906

x14L TIMES AN ATLlIOMI MApE PAPER THURSDAY JL NOV 8 IflOO a I I OOA 11 BREVITIES 4 I WIS1Aex I fiprB Littlepaoew s 1n Lex ingtpn Monday Dorris T Mize has returned to school at BowlingGreehr J Noah Rose of Jacksonwas in the city Tuesday to vote 0Dr W 0 Mclntire ofCar lise is in the city on business q Mrs Maggie Wills of flicker villeis visiting relatives in the city H D Curry of Myers Nicho las county canie Bomb Tuesday to vote i i I V fc 1 jiMiss Ouida Littlepage has re turned to school at Inyr lnsti tute at Lexington The Clay City Spoke Company has begun operation with every indication of success Jolin W Elkin and wife of Sams visited their daughter MrsrJ Eo Niblack Sunday r I f Oscar Mackey and family vis t ited relatives at Millers Creek h Estill county the hitter part of I list week IFF Several from thiscity attend i ted thor burial of D R Mount 1tyti > Hard wiclt sOreclt yesterday afternoon s Clay City 85 for Hopkins and 4 Powell 42 beats going Republi can but it certainly i...

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. — 8 November 1906

Kimbrell Eld Albert EaR er of Powells Valley was here last Monday Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of CM Creek and near Roslyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225 a ere in entire boundary 180 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 Tot or fields all in high state of cultivation and nil in gn s wellrested and ready to make money on There is tSOO to 81000 worth of virtually uncall ed timber on the boundary Plen tv of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing uO to GOhead of block two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red River running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwellin burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in tmile from railroad station mill pot office school and church Pi ice for the entire boundary seven thousand dollais which is less than 155 per acre for the land in culti vion Land all around it sells for 16j to SO per acre Better than Llufgn s3 land for you can...

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. — 15 November 1906

1 j J n t t u r i hR Y w n THE CLAY CITY TIMES f f I r I 50 if Cents a Year in Advancj We are here to help Clay City the SnrroonJing Country anJ Ourselves h E Burgher ubJiherI F s TOLXI > I CLAY CITY K5T THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1900 NO 16 I 4 MakingPrices Business Wk Prices F4 Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods i IPlaid ginghnmsMMlOc yd Woolplaids25o to 4II All wool goods inv plainand a fancy v60c to 76c Sicilians all colors white and black 45c to1125 40 inch unbleached cotton DcII r Pepperell blt ached 104 Sheet ing 280 11 Pepperell unbleached 104 sheeting 2Gc II er A good line of Hosiery Uuderwcar rHaadkerchlefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3cakesM10e Sugar Cc per pound Best Flour G5o for 25lb y X Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Wae Just opened JB Eaton t Leader In Low Prices CANNING FACTORY FOR CLAY CITY Capitalists Ready to Put up the Plant If Our People Will Do their Part The writer has been in corre spondence with some c...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 November 1906

SPRINGi i Mrs A J Curtis continues very low with fever Mrs Robert II Niblack has been quite sick tins week H F Christopher and Asa Todd were in Irvine Monday on business v Asa Todd attended the meet ing of the West Bend Lodge at Argyle Saturday We believe we arc going to be able to report a wedding right LOon Look out for it Elder G W McIntosh wife and daughter Miss Lula visited friends in Qlav City Friday Luna Witt of Sand Hill was here the lust of the week look ink for n farm to rent Mr Witt has sold his farm and will rent one year in view of buy ing Tandy Burris and wife have returned from Ellsworth Illi nois where they have been re siding the past few years They will make their future home in this part of old Kentucky Pastor H B Wilson will be pleased to meet a good congre gntion at the Methodist church Sunday morning Let a goodly number attend We are sure they will feel better as well as the pastor by doing so Mr Bowman of Qwsley coun ty who recently purchased the J W Tipton fa...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 November 1906

j > t j l HE TIMES r 1tij 1 t < dt I t ti sea < t t f < ALL HOMEMADE PAPKR oldl r < = fi 1 llIUlhD I1l 0 V lDO it At i1Jiij t LOCAL BREVITIES t f t > Lotus all work for a canning t factory S Dr iO Bertram Smith had se 1 yore attacks of heart trouble Monday and Tuesday nights t t The game law is out today and we judge a number of the feath < tic ed flock and Mr Rabbit will W r81111er iullerTr 1rTrT Burris who has been n > resident of Ellworth Ill for jsome time has moved back to t this county Circuit Court convenes at Stan o ton Monday so the boys are look fug a little shy and suspicious of iar the Sheriff Joe Holman one of Hardwicks tJreek leading citizens has move 4 dcd from Vaughns Mill to Vinton in this county > y J Farmers will not get lonesome any more until the first of Janu a fk ary as the boom of the hunters A 1guns will keep them company I Little Ruth Eaton had an arm i f i t broken Friday while playing at rschool Dr Smith set the injured tolimb a...

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. — 15 November 1906

Pay heed to the criticisms of an enemy They often teach more than do the compliments of t a friend Farm for Sale Lying on Hed River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosslyn sta tion on L E lly 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 to inoke money on There is 81800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new apable of housing 50 to GOhead of stock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red River running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house henhouse cribs < c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in J mile from railroad station mill post oflice school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than S55 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for 865 to 8...

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. — 22 November 1906

vfi Tiy tf I > 1 4 c t A t i1Eti CIAAY CITY TIMES 1 I J Jf tj 4 II 50 Cents a Year In Advanci f Yb Ire here to help Clay Cltj the SurronnJing Coantry and Ourselves < 10 Bur her Publisher tJ 1 0 i < t jh xr aJ I j CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY s NOVEMBER 22 UJ06NO 47 N Ikt 4 I r 3guins i Making f j Prices 4 Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Wiater goods l Plaid ginghams i14c yd x Wgirplaid8H h 25c to 45e Allwpol goods hi pain riuti ° fancy 50rto76o I 0 SioilianB all colors white nrfd L blacky JvM45a to 1 25 u r 4gincliiigbleaohud cotton 4c M jPflpperell bleached 104sheot JI J log 28c iPwpporelI iinbjcncbcd 104 sheeting 2Gc II 0A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear I Handkerchiefs 6 at prices to suit Slicesat greatly Reduced Prices Ltinox Soap 3 cak BI0c poundhest JBtsC Flour65c for 2 < 5lb 0 r Best and Cheapest Line of Granite WareO Just opened 11 iJ B Eaton i r Leader In Low Prices I LOOKS LIKE A GO Prospects fofCannltiR Factory In day City Better Than Expected Everybody in ...

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. — 22 November 1906

KRIOKT or THE CONDITION OF THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City In tbo state of Kentucky at the close of business Nov 12 1000 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1l405i 23 Overdrafts secured and un secured 3217 33 USBonds to secure circuln 50000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds1500 00 Bonds securities etc Sl872 < i0 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 85CD 0 Other teal estate oWned 2fil27 Duo from National Banks not reserve agents 125743 Due from approved reserve agents 82187 CJ Notes of other Natl Banks 80000 F coil paper currency nckels and cents 07 25 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 1330 CO Legal tendernotcs 449000 5820 00 redemption fund with TT Sr Tren8r5ofclrTn 2500T Total 2493014 LIABILITIES Capital stork paid In500CQ00 Surplus fund 0300 00 Undivided profits less expenses arid taxes paid 20820 Natl bank notes outstanding 49800 00 Due to otherNational Banks 52484 Individual deposits subject to check 110583 97 Total 2493914 STATE OF KENTUCKY lss COUNTY OF POWELL J ss I A T Whi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 November 1906

S 1 4 i f W tf J M 4 w N qi tfLL IiOME MADE PAPER Y t iE1 RSbAX NOV2S 1000 i > 4 ha B1tEVITIESy y V r IY d I J x Btfost Jha canning factory eve inust 4 lmve it f r4 I j B Eaton was in Mt Ster l II1g i Monday ± t l RAe IrVin is visiting rol 1fi ativIfatLexingtotF R a Mrs W R Oussidy visited < relatives in Winchester Tues 7 d r c rt t 1 t Several from here attended Girguitr Court at Stanton Mon day s J y JW McKinnoy of Winches I i < ier v was hero the first of the Ji4week cSheriff J M Kennon was 1n Lexington Tuesday on a business Il 1llussion t 1111881011Eld ii Eld B S Burgher of Win SaturdayiIi t iIi and Sunday 1 jW Henry has bought the i Johnny Sewell place near Pow l < ells Valley for 500 J H 0 Rear Vas up the L F ds E road several days this week looking after somebusiness mat ters otto j > The tide in the river this week w lias brought to BrodheadGar L rrcttsboom several hundred r tri Sf > amore logs i 7 iDr Irvin report tho birth of ji ten pound girl to Everett ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 November 1906

I John Cannnell a small boy was killed at Paris Ky by step ping ona live electric wire blown down during a storm Farm for Sale Lying on lied River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosalyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225 a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence euidividndinto 8 or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation owl all in gras well rested and ready to mpKc money on There is 5 800 to 81000 worth of virtually unciull cd limber on the boundary Plen tv of fruit good barn nearly new npr bIt of housing 50 to GO head of stock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red JMver running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in 1 mile from railroad station ir 111 port ofllce school and church Pi ice for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than 835 per fere for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 November 1906

i t ar ret < Y of t w or i r dYn JrIIE CLAY CITY TIMES 1 I I J 2 d t r a0 Centsa Yearin A kanc a We art fieri jd help clay City the SurroonJiog Country and Ourselves + d E Burgher Publisher il Vt > U XL CLAP CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1906 NO 40 I Business Making MakingPrices Prices Just received a beautiful line of r F ll and Winter goods i4 Plaid ginghamsiOo yd Wool plnidsu26c to 45c I All wool goods in plain and a fancy 50c to 75c I Sicilians all colors white und black45u to f 1 25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheet ing 28c 1 Pepperell unbleached 104 aheeting2Gc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs 6 c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices t Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc poundf f vBeac Flopr65u for 25lb f J Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices How It Will Help Clay Ciiy A canning factory in Clay Oity wilLemploy from 75 to 125 pco ple daily and pay them from four to five thousand dollars ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 November 1906

SPOUT + SPRING Tommy Christopher was call ing on Olark county lady friends this week Shelt McKinney visited rein tives near Kuckorilorroyi Sat urday till Tuesday Elder George W McIntosh will preach at the Baptist church here Saturday and Sunday We hope to see a good crowd out on 4 both dayse Jasper Todd has sold twenty barrels of corn in the field to Ourt Bowman at two dollars per barrel and takes it as it comes Mi EtlwpYil JLTiKobh and Miss Mary PUrl is hock of near this place were married at the home of the brides father Ven i son Burris Thursday afternoon November 22 Elder B Frank Wright officiating The writer wishes them a long and happy married life Some Advantages of a Canning Fac tory to Clay City FirstIt gives a home market and a cash price for our fruit and I vegetables vegetablesSecond l SecondKeeps our money at l home which is now sent abroad to buy canned goods ThirdIt makes our community a producer instead of a consumer FourthIt diversifies our farm ing industry industr...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 November 1906

= Iy tlE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY hh NOV 29 1000 V LOCAL BREVITIES We have a sharp touch of win ter weather this week Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday Dont forget to be careful with that gun today Thanksgiving Nice line of box candies lit Littlepages Everything fancy Cashier A T Whitt made a business trip to Lexington Tues day rJas G Rogers of Pine Ridge was in the city the last of the week WN Bush of Lexington spent from Saturday till Monday with home folks Grover Anderson of near Mt t Sterling is visiting his brother i + Geo W Anderson t j7 t v 0 Shimfessel has an ad in this bI y i clothesL 6 The AtkinsonBlackburn dam 4 age suit was compromised lust Jveek without going into trial Two Thunksgiving weddings to report today These people sure f a ly have just reasons for being < thankful L dc John T Welch a Powell coun I e rty son has moved from Bourne rfir Ore to 470 Harrison St San p I t Francisco Cali > < c CplThbrnton > Lexington JP s...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 November 1906

Kimbrell 1Thomns Olem bought of T T 1 Winburn a sow and six pigs for 1000 1000W W G Patrick attended the temperance lecture at Irvine last Monday night Rev Henry Gardner filled his I appointment at Kimbrells Chap 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 bf bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields ill in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready to make money on There Is fSOO to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed Umber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new Capable of housing 50 to COhcad of stock two good never failing wells of wuter Plenty of stock water Red Piver running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs itc Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove fo rebuild in t mile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousa...

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. — 6 December 1906

t + N v + t N cr tS F r s r RE A CLAY CITY TIMES 0 a ° iCcnts a Year toAdvincc We Are here lo help Clay City the Snironniing Country and Ourselves il E Burgher Publisher 1YfNJXr CLAY CITY KT THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 NO 49 I a JXmas Xmas Goods AT EATONS TOYS TOYS J A full and Complete Hue of SXHAS floods InctedlAg Doll Truaks Tea Sets Kid Body Dolls 350 to 750 Water Sets Vases Albums BuqUe Figures Pictures Sand Picture Frames Handsome HBO of Decorated China Ware Cracker Jars 4c With every 3 oo cash purchase we give you a nice pelce of Dec Decorated i FREE Lot of Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes v I Lot of Manhattan Blue Enam Je cd Ware at astonishing low prices 5 Dont Forget the Place I JB Eaton iiooiiiooo e The Stanton Cannery The enterprising citizens of Stanton have contracted with tho Hastings Industrial Compa ny of Chicago to install a com plete canning factory at a cost of 6050 00 The plant will em = ploy about 75 persons during the canning season of about one hun dred days and...

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. — 6 December 1906

SPOUT SPRING Seviccs at the Baptist church Saturday and SundayMs very well attended 4 T T Burris who recently returned from Ellsworth Illinois hus moved with his family to Winch est crI WinchesterJ J W McKinney a Clark county stock dealer was here the first of the week buying some stock hogs Elder Qedrgo W McIntosh will build pod VeUin house lOll the nothern section of his farm Which when iCOTOplotedy will be occupied by his son EdwardMc In tosh v IntoshGeorge I George Daughetee formerly of tins place was injured in a runaway accident returning home from Winchester Btiy laat veek His daughter was with him at the time butjutnped out find escaped injury tRailroad Ties 1 1 > i i The government has sent out a ± bulletin concertiing railroad cross ties which contains some interest ing figures The total number of ties repdrted purchased in 1005 Is l about seventy eight million while 4hose unreported would His believ ed bring the total to more than ninety million the price ofties ranged...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 December 1906

THE TIMES r ALL nOME MADE PAPER 1iLURSDLY DEC 61000 1 LOOM BREVITIES rOnly nineteen days more until 0 Christmas L I eW 0 Mize of Hazel Green is the guest of his son Oarl Mize MizeI I Nice line of box candies nt Uttle pa Everything fancy I 1 0 J W McKinney of Backer villa Was hero Tuesday buying i thags 1 K iA torn Y O F Spencer of t f s Winchester was here Tuesday on legal business a 4 Oscar Mackey and family have > moved to Texas td make that State their i future home OS Hardin is visiting hill parents and other relatives at 0 Monterey Owen countyr 0 Shimfessel one 6f our most j enterprising merchants has opened i i 4 pened a branch store at Virden > JHB Eaton has a nice line of A 2 mss goods now on display Read his ad and be sure to call nd iti ve8iigate these goods t J VW Quinn representing the Hastings Industrial Company of f Chicago Ill is here trying to e mftkea contract for a canning e ngl factory < TnetorfMrs Mrs S A Young and daugh ter of Lexington were guests of r...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 December 1906

Hog Creek Mrs Lillie Nowkirk visited her father Saturday anti Sunday Alan Sams of Lovee visited Mr and Mrs John Lanes Sun day Q P Douglas of Levee was up two days last week on busi nEss Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at tho mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosalyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence I subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields I I all in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready to make money on There ia 1800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of 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 River running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle I Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in t mile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is ...

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. — 13 December 1906

tYr s f 1 f I LTHE IIh 1 4 j t CITY TIMES t I 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THUKSDAY DECEMBER J 3 1903 SNOJ 50 Xmas Goods I I AT EATONS TOYS TOYS I Aull and Complete line of I XMAS Ooods including Doll Trunks Tea Sets Kid Body Dolls 25C to 75C Water Sets Vases Albums Bisquo Figures Pictures land Picture Frames Handsome line of Decorated China Ware Cracker Jars fee I With every 3 oo cash purchase we give jfoti a nice pelce of Dec orated Chinayour own selection FREEI Lot of Trunks Suit Cases and I Telescopes I TelescopesLot Lot of Manhattan Blue Enam sled Ware at astonishing low r prices Dont Forget the Place I J l B Eaton t ieoeeooaoeeee Most Prosperous Condition The Clay City Graded School is in one of tho most prosperous conditions that it has ever been since the administration of Prof 0 W Campbell began having un enrollment of 160 aad a general gen eral average of ISO Tho Pri...

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. — 13 December 1906

Courtship of 44 Years In Trimble County Miss O phelia Humphrey and W D Coffin were married Eaco of the nowly wedded pair is sixtythree years old They began this courtship fortyfour years ago but the youny girl refused to marry at that time and said she would not marry so long as her mother lived Coffin in turn a greed to wait until her mother died which has been fortyfour years They both remained true to their promise The Purpose of Advertising The purpose of store advertising is not merely to sell goods but to sell more goodsto make friends build up a patronage that will not only stick but grow Newspaper reach the greatest number of peo pie in the immediate vicinity in the most natural way at the least expense and they are therefore the best of all mediums for stores In n newspaper you follow the lines of least resistance you follow with the stream you talk to an audience already assembled to the people who want to read their mental cosmos is rightthey are on jour wire and they won...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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