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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 December 1906

tHE TIMES jify ALL HOMEMADE PAPER S THURSDAY r DEO 181000 I LOCAL BREVITIES Judged A Phillips and wife of Shan ton were in the city Tuesday Elder J D Hunter Deputy i State Councilor Jr 0 U AM was in the city yesterday The Powell County Deposit Bank has moved into their hand somo new brick building at Stan ton I y tonChristmas ° 1j Christmas weddings are about > due and we learn that Clay City t will not be altogether void of t cupids presence I iJ I c ° Geo P Burke proprietor Red + River Water Mills Rosslyn Ky was in the city yesterday on a business mission The crop of winter wheat ac cording to a report from the Com miesipner is 1 per cent greater than the crop sown last year Oscar Mackey and family have I arrived wifely at their new home I inHubbJmfOity Texas where he orders the TIMES and Courier Journal forwarded I George W Anderson Jr has moved his grocery to the build ing ho purchased on Sixth ave Ho will fit up the rooms up stairs and move over tlie store Judge M M Redwine ...

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. — 13 December 1906

Sams Dan Iohi l1of Irvine was here Saturday on business I Moses McKinney of Spout Spring was here Saturday on business Monday was County Court at Irvine and the usual number from here attended Circuit Court ifl in session nt Irvine this week with Judge Rob ert Riddell on the bench Miss Josie Dawson of Log Lick visited Miss Lizzie Elkin Saturday night and Sunday Aunt Mnrgaret Mobley fell in the fire Monday and burned to death She was at home by herself and John Holder passing saw the smoke in the house went Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Car Creek and near Rosalyn sta tion on L S E Ry About 225 a ores in entire boundary 130 acres of bHtoin land under good fence eubdividod into SOl 10 lotf or fields all in high state of cultivation and all jn grass well rested and ready to make money on There in < 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit gold burn nearly new Capable of housing 50 to GO head of Block two good never failing w...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1906

a1t i a 91 x 1f r Ke n r f I Of t Ooo 11 Jl CLAY l f U J I Y TI S < 4 I 1 JItiJ J t f i d l 80 Celts i Year In AdvancaW r We are here to help Clay Cit 1 tleSarroonJiog Country and Ourselves 0T E Burgher Publisher r r A ft ao y Pt < JtOLAY CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 0 1906 NO151 Xmas < Goods 2 s AT i BATONS I I TOYS TOYS I s A hilt and Complete line of XrtAg Goods Including Doll Treaks Ted Sets Kid Body Dolls age to 75C Water Sets Vases = Albums Bisque Figures Pictures lcI Picture Frames Handsome Hue of Decorated China Ware Cracker Jars cc With every a oo cash purchase we give you a nice pc Ice of Deco orated China your own selection FRI3hI I Lot of Trunks Suit Cases ahd Telescopes Lot of Manhattan Blue Enam eled Ware at astonishing low prices I priceaDont Dont Forget the Place IJ B Eaton a aWeYMaqufactire t tSasI1 Flooring r ooretCeiltng fJ 1 4k AVeather rdin e f u VarandlS Pickets v Stairways Shingles > BdJJte t ytilfu rerontl Christmas Ring merry joyous happy Christmas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1906

SPOUT SPRING Joe McKinney spent several days with relatives in Clark county this week Mrs A J Ourtis who has been very sick for some time is no better at this writting W S Niblack formerly of this place has purchased a liiio farm near Butler in Bates conn ty Missouri at fiftyfive dollars per acres Lloyd Todd was below a few days last week looking at some bluegrass land in view of buying a line farm there Ho reports the land in that section very high J A Winburn closed the pub lie school at this place Friday Prof Winburn is an excellent teacher and gave universal sat isfaction to the patrons of the district J Wilmott McKinney form erly of this place has sold his I farm of fifty acres in OIark coun I ty near Ked Bridge to Merida Fox for 1GOO 00 Wo also learn i that Mr McKinney will sell all of his personal property at pub lie sale about January 10th and soon after that date will move with his family to Butler Mo to reside resideH H 0 Wannouth and ins G Rogers have purchased W J Christ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1906

TE TL MES 1ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY v PEG 20 1000 J ir I LOCAL BREVITIES < Mrs Thosf Fletcher has rcjuite a severe attack of tonsil His > Squire J W kirkof Furnace was transacting busi ness in the city Tuesday Dr W O McIntire was hen from Carlisle several days last Week practicing dentistry J B Eaton has started up his A k saw mill at this place and will 1 J Yf JCt t a right smart lumber on this > run Mrs Stanley Baber is very jjick at her home on Hardwickt Greek Dr Littlepago is the at ° tending physician toldingphysicianSaturday Saturday is the shortest day In the year and after that date the days will get longer and the nights correspondingly shorter Jim Mansfield is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at his home on Snow Creek this county Bitt little hopes for his recovery are entertained Misses Jennie and Gertrufe I Litti page visited their sister I Mid Ouida Littlopage at Say res Institute Lexington from Saturday till Monday fr Menefee county is to have a new court li...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1906

Furnace Christmas is drawing near Mrs Roscoe Newkirk is quite sick at this writing Mr G W Lyle Jr our clever merchant is getting things ready for Christmas ChristmasYe Ye correspondent closed a very successful term of school at Gum Spring Friday Mr Jackson representing Curry Tunic and Norwood of Lexington was here Friday The main occupation these days which engages a greater number of our inhabitants if hunting Mr and Mrs J W Newkirk and daughter Miss Mabel visited relatives at Union Hall one day this week Reported a good time and a good old fashion dinner Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosulyn sta o tion on L d 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 all in grass well rested and ready to mj > ko money on There is 8500 to 81000 worth of virtually uneull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty offruit good barn nearly new Capable of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 December 1906

I jf ii1 a < r f CTTYTIME I f Year is Advaaci i hf We ire here to help Clay CitjMfce Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 B Burgher Publisher r J > j CLAY PITY KTM THURSDAY DECEMBER 2T 1906 NO 52 aea AaGoodss AT TONSI I a FOY TOYS iA A Oeoda iBchHUag Dell wrT Sets KM BedyDolkj tti7 C Water Sets gases jfvBtsqwe Figures Pictures tare Frames Handsome 1 I 5ilDecorated China Ware Jistc h vdtya oo cash pwrckaee yew a like guru of Dec j Wni your owe selection REE of Drunks Suit Case and IaitMten glue Isam tare irf aatentteMflg low I iiicc Forget the Place Eaton 7 Our City s Advantage Did yon ever stop tb think that Our city is a city that enjoys ninny natural and acquired re sources a city that needs But the skillful manipulation of than to make them yield bountifully of tliejr jicli treasure a cit Sup p lied withthe very best and pur est of watery a city whose edu rational advantages have ra b cd a tan tardthroitgh tile eMU ful direction of competent qffl cials second to that of noSo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 December 1906

SPOUT SPRING Most all our people are mak ing to onejoy the Christmas holidays Everett Barnott returned from Bloomington Ill several days ffago to spend the holidays with his parents Mrs Edith Lowry formerly Miss Edith Christopher of this place is recovering from n stroke of paralysis which she reo ceived several weeks ago IsaaQ Barnott who has been employed at Normal Ill for the past several months return ed home last Wednesday Mr Barnett has about decided to re main in Kentucky KentuckyAdvertising Advertising Rates A new scale of legnl advertis ing rates has been fixed by the Kentucky Printing Commission Small type is used and the price fixed at 10 cents per line for first insertion and 7 4 cents per line for each additional insertion which is 1 20 per inch for the first insertion and 00 cents per inch for subsequent insertions This is the same rate as fixed by law in Indiana and Ohio The TIMES will accept all the legal advertising we can get at the oPdratc 50 cents an inch which t...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 December 1906

vW r < > < S W f y I V p S TfMES lo tri co L HQME MADE PAP PR q i1IISDAYy DEO 27 1000 M Mw GAL BREVITIES 1 rjJB f McGlone has moved v inpI Let ie house vacated some weeks 111 i r > y Mrs Rice Ie Liight snow fell Friday night it Tlfhich made us hopeful that we iak light have a white Christmas b i Miss Mary Shinfessel who is w tending school J t Cynthianaj up I turned homo Friday to spend and Ohrismas with home folks Most all o1 the country i echools Wie nty have closed their 0rniB and the children are nowta ta prepared to take their long vncnkt the ueorge W Anderson Jr our hustling exclusive cash grocery man will start the ney year all 01 s right with a big advertisement as the CLAY CITY TIMES the thsc uing would make a nicer BC man or New Year present m coriead > n to the TnIESJt would m ntle reminder fifty vppi the year at your kind d htf ul gQnerositytr re t QJ ° no wan any thing istJ h r ra and just Pon1 tJ s + eet 4tI ia e likes tow bave alikttOkkie bf tbe filthy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 December 1906

T 00 lr iro5sari aesthetic sida tn f loitl rouds niovementtliattj offfi HfcMe importance What i t drearier what more depressing tluin to drive aloiig a vconntrj road deep whit mud mid furrow iF cdhy ruts lie water standing in pools iu the rond and when 1 j ditches ought to Iler r The late of the QlfristmaB en tertainment at the Methodis church was changed from Thurs day night to Tuesday Might J Vi U Neal wellknown to uin ny of our readers is right rsicl at his homo in Estill county neal Winston We little early this wool r occasioned by Christmas cOIning so near the middle of the week Farm for Sale > Lying on Iced River at the mouth r of Cat Creek and near Ilosslyn 8ta tiin on L E Ry About 225 a r ayes in entire huunc1uryr ISO cre s f of bottom land under good fence peul divldid into 8 or 10 lots or fields t41l in high state of cultivation and i rn1l ill aruss well rusted and road o to mike nn > iievon There is DSO 0 cto 81000 worth of virtually uncut ed timlipr on the boundary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 January 1907

jf t h + c tI d t i 0 r THE QLAY CITY TIMES I f J J I I 0 I c 4 I 50 Cents a Year InAdvanci < l We are here to help Clay City the Sorronn ding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher I VOL XII < CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 3 1907I 1 e a S t w Xmas Goods i AT 1 EATONS j T j TOYS I tOYS A full and Complete line of XMAS floods Including Doll Trunks Tea Sets Kid Body Dolls 5350 to 75C Water Sets Vases s Albums Bisque Flgures Pictures and Picture Frames Handsome line of Decorated Chine Ware J Cracker Jars dec 5 WRhevery a oo cash purchase we give you a nice poke oQeCo J orated China your own selection I FREE i T Lot of Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes < tLot JfLot of Manhattan Blue Enam Oc a Ware at astonishing low prices Dont Forget the Place j J B Eaton i w o Resists Payment ofRRTQ About sixty years ago barter Rowan arid Elliott counties vot ed bonds for the construction of the old Elizabethtown Lexing ton Big Sandy It E which was never built The bondhold ers brought sui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 January 1907

SPOUT SPRING Jasper Todd hall tinted i to f DTodds farm across the liver W J Christopher visited ref L atives at College Hill a few days last week Mrs IVO Pryor visited sonic friends in Lexington a few days last week > Mrs Madge Lewis of Pilot View is visiting relatives at this place George W Lewis of Pilot Vbcamo up yesterday onii business mission Mr jind Mrs Reuben lipton of near Winchester was visitin relatives here last week Saturday and Sunday are reg ular meeting days at the Baptist church All invited to attend Shelt McKinney attended the ChristopherPeerweddilig near Winchester last Wednesday aijd visited relatives in Clark county a few days thereafter Mr George R Daughetee a former resident of this place was married in Winchester Satur day December 22 to Mrs An nie E Lawrece They will re side at the groom s homo in Olark county s sMr Thos Christopher of this place and Miss Minnie Poer t of Chirk county wore married Wednesday December 20 at the residence of the brides lath ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 January 1907

> IHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JAN 81007 JOOAL BREVITIES 6 ri > Dr Williams wits very sick a few days last week h Miss Viola Courtney of Win Chester is the guest of Miss Grace y hiinfcssel hintfesselMr Mr and Mrs A T Whitt yiiije d relatives at Morehead a1 few frays during the holidays John W Williams of Guy andotte W Va is the guest of hie uncle Dr J W Williams The Winchester Bank has our thanks for the handsomest calen < dar we have yet received for this f yenr Miss Hazel Rfngo of Hazel Green was the guest of Miss i Ouida Littlepage Friday and Sat e urday 4 Miss Floretta South of Hazel Green spent a few days with rjedB in the city during the Holidays r I lIIrand Mrs L F Webb of Lexington are visiting the formers parents Eld and Mrs J A Webb i 1 Wo are sorry to state that i6 jShimfessel is in declinig jhenlth though still able to Tool > liter his business J Crews Rash head book keeper for BrodheadGarrett Co this city has been confined to his home in W nchcst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 January 1907

r Furnaces s Mtv Bird Johnson is very sick I at this writing Misses Mabel Newkirk and Minnie Lyle will enter school at Berea this week rte Miss Ida How ell one of Fitch burgs most charming young la dice visited friends hero Friday Mr Sam Scrivner one of Cob Hills polite and smiling young gentlemen visited friends here Sunday SundayAllen Allen ShotiRO is the happiest iran in town and his queer ac tions can only be excused from the fact that he is overjoyed from i h arrival of a big bouncing girl atrhis home Tuesday Mother and child are doing well but Al len is inn bad shape Farm for Sale Lying on Red River al the mouth of Val Creek and near Rosslyn sta tion on L S E Ry About 225 a ores in entire boundary 180 acres of boom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation and all in gras well rested and ready to mike money on There is fcSOO to SljOOO worth of virtually uncull cd timber on the boundary Plen tv of fruit good barn nearly new Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

4M + t j tltJ 31 i j h r THE i tiLAY CITY TIMES ft I 60 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SorroonJing Country and OurselfSoI Co Burgher Publisher I 0 IVOL VOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 J907 NO 1 sSesS 1 For two days only Goods Reduced In order to reduce my stock I will sell oil Saturday Jan 12 and Monday Jan 14 Perfection and Zarings Patent Flour 25 lbs 590 Best Brand Tomatoes II 1003 for 29 Jersey Cream OornI 11 9II 25 Best Table Peach I I 19II 55 Best Granulated Sugar 5 12 per lb Laytonsloo Baking Powder 9o t 5tt tt 4 Besides other canned goods which will be proportionally reduced These goods are to be sold for CASH and FOR TWO DAYS ONLY J B EATON As Time Passes It brings MoneySaving Oppor tunities Of course there are some who have put off buying something they really need If it happens to be an Overcoat Ladies Cloak or anything in Millinery it is only better for you You can save big money on these articles by coming to my Store for them They hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

f SPOUT SPRING vMf Bowman our ferryman has been in Owsley county soy A oral days the past week on bus iness Mrs A J Curtis who lens been very sick for several weeks is now improving nicely under the treatment of Dr Irvin John F Taylor died near Rich mend last week of Typhoid fe ver Mr Taylor was a brother to Elder P N Taylor former pastor of the Baptist church here and a brother also to Mrs J R White of Irvine Miss Edith Ginter and young Mr Griggs both of Madison county were married at the res idence of the brides father Mr G W Ginter at Oqllege Hill Wednesday Jan 3 lOOT The bride has many friends and rel atives at this place The river being qp so much of the time this winter makes our people think we should have a highway bridge across the river at Walters Ferry The only way to get the bridge is to put in our money and build it by subscription Miss Eva Orsborne of Wit i chester and Mr Alva Berry mn of Clark county were married in Winchester Wednesday Jan 3 1007 Eld R N Bush offici ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

SPOUT SPRING V < iVMr Bowman our ferryman has been in Owsley county sew oral days the past week on bus iness Mrs A J Curtis who lifts been very sick for several weeks is now improving nicely under the treatment of Dr Irvin John F Taylor died near Rich mond last week of Typhoid fe ver Mr Taylor was a brother to Elder P N Taylor former pastor of the Baptist church here and a brother also to Mrs J R White of Irvine Miss Edith Qinter and young Mr Griggs both of Madison county were married at the res idence of the brides father Mr G W Ginter at College Hill Wednesday Jan 8 1007 The bride has many friends and rel atives at this place The river being up so much of the time this winter makes our people think we should have a highway bridge across the river at Walters Ferry The only way to get the bridge is to put in our money and build it by subscription Miss Eva Orsborne of Wift chester and Mr Alva Bcrry1un of Clark county were married in Winchester Wednesday Jan 3 1007 Eld R N Bush off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

I I John Ohaf1in and family who moved to Louisville about a year ago have grown tired of city life and will move back to Clay City in a few days Monday was County Court day at Stanton and a very good crowd attended Several Com missioners sales of land were made as advertised in former issues of this paper Our Photographer Mr John W Henry is able tp drive about town again aft fl a five weeks Beige of rheumatism Mr Hen ry hopes to soon be able to re sume his llntiesin lis studio The County Board of Super visors are in session at Stanton this week Robf Rose of this city is one of the board The City Board of Equalization has also been in session this week At a meeting of the stockhold ers of the Clay City National Bank Tuesday the old directors and oflicersiWere retained Tins bank was neve in a more flour ishing condition than at present Eld James H Wilson pastor of the Ford Christian church will preach at the Clay City Chris tian church Sunday morning and night and pastor Verco will oc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

iHS fMES 0 I > AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t THURSDAY JAN 10 100T 0 r LOCAL BREVITIES t v Councilman A R Goosey is very sick at his home in this city Prof and MrsO W Camp iC bell yisted friends in Lexington I Monday t V MisVMattie Willof Ladgga v Ind is visiting hefraunt Mrs A P Jonhsoh I The attendance at the city school is now larger than it has t possibly ever been Clay Brown is in a very low condition at his home in old Clay r City with brights disease k Perry Barnes of this county was married Jan 3rd to Miss yBettie Abney of Estill county j t r Mrs Mary McKiftney is right sickat tile home of her daughter J r f r Mrs Amos Cain near the city 0 0 See change in Eatons adver I il tisement this week They are offering some genuine bargains r The Estill Collegiate Institute c nt Irvine opened for students V Wednesday Jan 2 1007 with 85 Hkmartriculates 4 j Mr and Mrs Robt Russell are rejoicing over the arrival of a bran newdnughtcr their first 4 which name to their place Fri day night Miss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 January 1907

Kimbrell JD Puckett was very sick the first of tile week Dan Henry bought of Moses McKinney two barrels of corn at three dollars per barrel James S Stephens of Irvine is hero this week putting up 1 some chimneys for Morris Lar I isonh h Andrew Orow is putting up a blacksmith shop at Kimbrell and will be ready for work next weeke t weekJ J W McKinney bought some hogs and weighed them up here last Monday at five and ORB half cents per pound M B Winburn of Iron Mound will have a sale of his porsohal property next Saturday and will move to Berea Farm for Sale I 1 Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosslyn sta tion on Ll ERy About 225 a cres in entire bouodury 180 acres of bottom land Under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lotsor fields all in high state of cultivation > nnd all in grass well Bested and ready to mpke ironey pn There is 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruifc gold barn nearly new Capable of Lousing 50 to G...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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