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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 July 1903

THE TIMES 3 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES See notice of stray mule in this issueEverybody Everybody looks better since the rain Prof W R Eubank attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Farmers throughout the coun try arc fast laying by their corn Sam Carr is at his old post in the company store waiting on trade Mrs D 0 Bloom a clson Dorris visited Winchester yes terday Miss Bertha Maple returned from a visit to friends at Cyn I thiana Monday Floyd Day of Winchester came up Monday to look after his large business interests at this placeBorn J Born to Carley Poots and wife Wednesday July 15 a sonIsh I niael Supposed to be Demo J cratic I craticbars Mrs Sarah Eaton of Cincin nati is visiting her mother Mrs Curry and sister Mrs J G Easter this week We have experienced some more hot weather the past week and Niblacks soda fountain has suffered no loss by it ftp6f Elliott North ry < middletown preached at Stan 7 ton Saturday night and was l k wtsrtorllter0Suud...

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. — 23 July 1903

Sweet Potato Plants for SaleI Sweet Potato slips for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you ntedAll of the best varieties J W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky STANDARD I Shuttle Rotary 4 Sewing Machine I STANDARD OR AMD 8WBII PBOKT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH T1VO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail tfoa 5UCO ip The Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tit of a watch Makes 800 stitches while ocarr machines make 200 > P5 > ly to our local dealer or If there is ha decr in your town address THB Standard Sowing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T VEnn Agent Clny City Ky A SOAP THAT TEATGROWS GROWS tWJK R31 I I < tj I 77GI AMOltsO IV JI male Met and Barter Soop r Am c Shuing Cream andShoo t This line of hjhcrado soaps and prep orations command ready sales and nro la < lar1odemand inal sections o1lbocountry Undo from a combinnllon of puro oils L and tho Mexican Amolo Plant Fong cote > brntcd for It...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 July 1903

w I y y1 IL J > I l M < f i THE CLAY fITY t TIMES c 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here io JtlpClay Cliy iurrouniiog Conntry and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher YOLo 8 CLAY CITY KY mpSDAY JULY 30 1903 NO 31 The Editor and The Preacher A preacher came at a newspaper man in this way t You editors do not tell the truth If you did you could not live your newspa per would be a failure The edit or replied You are right and the minister who will nt all times and under nil circumstances tell the whole truth about his members a live or dead will not occupy his pul pit more than one Sunday and then he will find it necessary to leave town in a hurry The press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues in to big ones The pulpit the pen and the gravestone are the great saintmaking triumvirate And the great minister went away loot ing very thoughtful while the ed itorturned to his work and told of tho surpassing beauty of the bri...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 July 1903

+ tIt Tastes Like Wheat i Bread baked from our flour retains the natural taste and t flavorof the wheat berry Makes 1 better whiter healthier bread than you have been using be r cause it is milled from the 3 1 very best wheat on a firstclass v uptodate mill run by water i power Let a 25 sack of t Best Patent or I T Mountain Lily + + I talk to you It will be more 1 v convincing than n barrel of 3 3i i words Ask your grocer f L fi + + z R089IAN KYt + rrr + + + + + + SPOUT SPRING k Pastor Willis filled his stand I at the Methodist church and de livered a very interesting ad dress J M Owen of Clark county has been here this week and bought a numberof hogs at 4J cents Mrs A J Curtis is very sick at this writing HtfDr RvAIrvih f pf plaY 1Cityri treatinntwliec d j Jiroublev oi fc i Ta r yTlolcRberry t crop isprACt nS caJt exhausted In this section owing to the continued dry weather Allen Orsborne who has epi lepsy we are glad to state has slightly improved He was able to go to Olay City Sa...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 July 1903

r t > THE TIMES I III or I Ir AN AJL HOMEMADE PAPER 1903u f L 7 LOCAL BREVITIES t Dr Littlopago was in Mt Ster lI ling Tuesday on business f John Golf of Indian Fields f ii was bere Friday on business c t Wi R Cassidy was up theO i d IC Monday and is now visit fiig in Clark county Dr T E Lemming the well known Stanton physician was hero Saturday on business Mr W D3eout a representa thc of the Louisville Times was hero Wednesday in the interest fof his paper W E Heflin has received no + tice of the death of his brother inlaw Mr Joe Littleton of ti Rowan county Win Wureham chief inspect inspectur or for the Pennsylvania road in t this part of Kentucky was here Monday on business H F Christopher one of our successful rural friends was ovor fiom Spout Spring Friday and gave our office a brief call This section is ifi the midst of n severe drouth and unless it rains so nbutJittJe corn will be raised Grass is almost burn w ing up C Mr Win Smothers writes us i from Valparaiso Ind to hav...

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. — 30 July 1903

MidSummer Clearance i 4I al l Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PRIOE S 1Ewo will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid stock f merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room for oucffnll and winter goods which will begin to come in a little while yS This sale will eclipse anything attempted on former occasions in the way of g g siroin which to select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the splendid opportunity to supply his many wants while this slaughter ragesk l We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made the rolit iso deep that the success of this sale is already assured and for the bargains of your lifetime del rm fail to come early for the best things and most desirable always go first H So remember for all of August only and if you cant come just mail us your oid rand it will have the same careful attention as i...

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 August 1903

4 ttJ1o f + k cx I AY y xY Itf rtJ 6tryy + > 4 tYt yS t t V I t t THEy TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance IYe are here to help Clay Cfty lbe rtpg Country ani 0ursehes J E Burgher < Jr Publishers VPL s CLAY CITY KY Til RSA AUGUST C 1903 NO 32 Sams Job Henry and family visited Ben Tuttle Sunday I if If Itoumltree was visiting on Sand Hill Sunday Sam Yarberand family visited Arthur Minter Sunday 3 N J Tuttle was visiting at Paudla Saturday night and Sun day AlbertBrandenburg of Qwslbyj county was visiting Arthur Mi li = c ter Saturday night Lack Minter and Thomas Hack wbrtlrtias bought of M M Round tree his saw mill complete for fGOO fGOOW W H Wiseman has bought of f Cleve Sums a half interest in a boundary of timber on Iron moun tain for 150 = The recent rain made a ti lein 4Kentucky river and Hinter 4 Hackworth have run about 500 oak and pine logs Puts an End to It AIL A grievous wail of times comes as ii result of unbearable pain from fromrIC ache T her complaint and Const pMiqt...

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. — 6 August 1903

I It Tastes Like Wheat t 3Bread flourt Bread baked from our flour j retains the natural taste and E flavor of the wheat berry Makes 3 l better whiter healthier bread t 4 than you have been using be 4 cause it is milled from the t T very best wheat on a firstclass j 1up to date millrun by water t ° power Let a 25 sack of 3 q Best Patent or I i Mountain Lily i tI I convincing than a barrel ofj words Ask your grocer I IR ofUISSLYN KY t + j 1 H 1o1otH + + K < SPOUT SPRING Bill Edge was below last week on business I businessJ TW McKinney of Winches ter was here Saturday Elder B S Burgher of Win chester was up a few days this weekMissLena MissLena Connor who has been down with fever for some days is slightly improved Messrs Dillard and James F JllE head of sheep fife pa8ti5few i 1 > 1 H weeks rt A protracted meeting will be gin arthe Methodist church the third Sunday in this month Rev W B Ragan of Irvine will assist Pastor Willis in the meetingMr Mr and Mrs Rupard Curtis are the pro...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 August 1903

L t 1 l t LTHE TIMES 1 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i rTIiIJRSDAY AUGUST 6 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES pnovo B6 Burgher of Win Chester was hero a few days this week Dr Littlepage has bought a nice buggy mare to drive in his r rubber tire f Eld LW Marcum is holding a protracted meeting with his church at Ruokerville this week Joe Taylor returned last week from a visit to J J Conner and t CG Kimbrell in Bourboncoun ty Mr OliflShimfessell anddaugh ters Misses Mary and Grace are visiting relatives at Cynthiana this week The teachers of the county re opened their schools again Mon day morning after last weeks 7 cessation while attending the I county institute For all kinds of choice fruit and confectionery lemonade and pop on ice go to Jo Martin in the Tucker building HSs stock always fresh and clean Give him a call Miss Annie Ringo returned this week from a visit to Wades Mill and was accompanied home by Miss Washburn who is now visiting friends iirtho city J L MAMM JThe stray mule advertised in i th...

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. — 6 August 1903

a vpV MidSummer Clearance aM We Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PR OJhSALE AVG will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid sVojt of merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room fore Milli and Winter goods which will begin to come in a little while t i This sale will eclipse anything attempted on former occasions in the way ot gap tttfronl which to select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the spimrdiApptortunitv to supply his many wants while this slaughter rages Vr We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made tliipV 9 deep that the success of this sale is already assured and for the bargains of your lifetime dpliot tail to scale early for the best things and most desirable always go first > i r So remember for all of August only nnd if you cant come just mail us your orderjf and jt will have the same careful att...

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 August 1903

I 1i i if H fJ < 4 kF1 2r < < C y j < r yy Ik j f N It THE CLAY I ITY TIMES 1 Ii i 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are hereto help GliiljCH MSarroanJiDg Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher jd VOL 8 CLAY CITY Kti1 jSDAY AUGUST 13 1903 NO 33 Killed at Stanton The report reached Clay City yesterday evening of the killing of a man by the name of Landrum by Weed Tipton at Stanton Lan drum is the man who shot a Miss Taulbeo at Natural Bridge the fourth of July and Tipton was dep uty sheriff at that pliico on this oc casion and was said to be a chief kr witness against Landrum Wheth h er this trouble had any bearing on the killing or not wefailed to learn Puts an End It A grievous wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Back s ache Liver complaint and Consti pltion But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills thoy put an end tb it all They are gentle but thor > JroUJh Try them Only 25c Guar 14tan teed by SwannDay Lumber Cos j Storo ...

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. — 13 August 1903

> It Tastes Like Wheat I v Bread baked from our flour M S retains the natural taste and t ot flavorof the wheat berry Makes 5 ± better whiter healthier bread r i 2 than you have been using be A fj 9 Mll f A t 8cause it is milled from the + A very best wheat on a firstclass T i 1uptod te millrun by water t 1 power Let a 2G sack of I Best Patentor i Mountain LilyM + t talk to you It will be more t X convincing than a barrel of f words Ask your grocer t 1 i RO Mansfielc Son i UCSSLYN KY i + + + + + + + + + + SPOUT SPRING Field roasting ears are a little late this season with our earliest farmersTommy Tommy Christopher visited friends at Ford several days the past week J W McKinney of Clark county was here Saturday on businessScvernllnmbsluwe Several lambs have been weigh ed up the past week at 5 cents per pound Prof Frank Edwards Estills famous vocalist wasin town a sh rt while Saturday iMrsiT S McKinney and M IBS Dollie Christopher were shop pins in the city Tuesday Miss Nannie Chr...

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. — 13 August 1903

Txdan t wMTHE TIMES 1r I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY AUGUST 13 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES We are beginning to get dry again The supply of roasting ears is stiiriimited on this market W G Patrick the Kimbrell merchant was here yesterday on business Mr and Mrs G P Douglas of Levee visited relatives in the city Friday Mrs T P Wright of Madison county was visiting in town the first of the week Miss Lenora Ramsey of St To Mo is visiting her uncle Abe Merritt of this city I Mrs W R Burgher is begin ning to recover from a severe at tack of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Lloyd Tcd1 of Spout Spring were transacting business in town yesterday x Mesdames O A Lyle and M R R Lyle of Stanton visited Mrs L 0 Lyle on Hardwicks Creek Sunday James Miller of Winchester visited his cousin James Easter and other relatives here the first of the weok Tho pay ear rolled over the L C E Monday Its brief stop at this place was highly appreciate ell by the boys 1 Mr Lutes resident manager forthe Singer Sewing Machine t...

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 August 1903

qo f ff l MidSummer Clearance Bile rf Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PRICI SALE wo will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid stoclclqt merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room for our fall and winter I goods which will begin to come in a little while jfai toI I select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the splondlHtopportunitY to supply his many wants while this slaughter rages 13JnH We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made thecut sty deep that the success of this sale is already assured and for the bargains of your lirotlnjo dot fail to come early for the best things and most desirable always go firstM gf > So remember for all of August only and If you cant come just mail us your order aiid1t will have the same careful attention as if you were here to look after it yourself V a i Clothing IMens 8400 S...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 August 1903

+ i V Y r w e f THE jLA YIlYTIMES YPrQr n y 1 ti f vt c 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are lefeto help Clay itrajeSarronnJing Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher c VOL s CLAY CITY KX THJJHSDAY AUGUST 20 1903 NO 34 r r r Raid on Estill Shiners s Two more moonshine operators ° struck hard luck in Estill county i last week Dave Richards and Hen ry Johnson had their still on Buck creek destroyed by deputy marshals and were themselves arrested I co i County Clerk to the Pen Clay Combs County Clerk of andI c convicted of violation of the elec lion laws the jury returning a ver dict of two years in the penitentia ryCombs offense w sthe sub 1stitution on the ballots under the I Republican device ojf a list of names other than those regularly nomi acted for the county ofllces Puts an End to It All A grievous wail oftiiues comes ns a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Back ache Liver complaint and Consti I pitionHut thanks to Dr Kings A New Life Pills they put a...

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. — 20 August 1903

fAhead in Flour Well we should say so I So far ahead that our andaF Mountain Lily A have become standard brands 0 There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat ofanupto date roller mill run by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in flour t Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value 4 RC Mansfield Son UQS8LTN KY SPOUT SPRING Mr Joseph P Wright is visit ing relatives in Madison county this week Mosie McKinney is visiting his sister Mrs Geo W Lewis near Mt Sterling Several from this place were among the court day crowd at Mt Sterling Monday Miss Lillie Tipton is progress ing nicely with her shcool and is giving universal satisfaction 1 Mrs J P Wright of Rich mond was the guest of her hiecej Mrs Nannie Pryor Saturday and Sunday SundayMosie f Mosie McKinney mashed a fin ger Saturday while loading ties so badly tha...

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. — 20 August 1903

t tHE TIME S f AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I tt f THURSDAY AUGUST 20 1903 > LOCAL BREVITIES I i tSquire John Henderson was < over Tuesday from Estill county i fI Miss Fowler of Portsmouth I Ohio is visiting Miss Birdie Wil sonBorn Born Sunday Aug 10 to the wife of Ben Mastin of Walters I ville a girl O Seventeen extra coaches of ex cursionistswent to points up the road Sunday Mrs Ailcy Easter is visiting her granddaughter Mrs J A Walters at Ford Mrs Madge Lewis of Mt Ster ling visited her sister Mrs J E 11Burgher Wednesday < Tlkife Wood a prosperous farm er from the western portion of f the county was hero yesterday Joe Douglas of Trimble coun ty was in town Friday with his father G P Douglas of Levee Mr Samuel Ginter a leadinj citizen of Union Hall was in town yesterday transacting busi ness Judge James W Lilly of War saw has been here a short time f this week mingling with old Sfrie lds Sid Easter has the thanks of the TIMES family for ajar of the k incest honey we have seen th...

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. — 20 August 1903

E MidSummer Clearance sw leI < J j Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding n OUT PIfrOEIS4LE Aye svUi during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid Bfdpkjof merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room for oI rfall and winter goods which will begin to come in a little while This sale will eclipse anything attempted on former occasions in the way of gootlaifrom ti whiclrto select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the splCudrd pportunityto supply his many wants while this slaughter rages r = a > We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made thejcut so drop that the success of this sale IS already assured and for the bargains of your lifetime do traIlto come early for the best things and most desirable always go first i > FJj So remember for all of August only and if you cant come just mail us your order and itwnr Iluve the same c...

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. — 27 August 1903

r tll jtI 7 a T et t t t u flj i r J w < 71 < r r THE CLAY 11i rk y TIMES to t 40 f t f f A i 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We ate here 10 help ydllrtonnjing oi1ntrr anj Onrsdres J E Burgher Iublishcr i VOL 8 CLAW UITY IY RSDAT AUGUST 27 IU03 KO 35 l Burned by Lightning Ligbjning > struck the house oc cupied by hey It A Irvin during the storm yesterday afternoon a bout 3 oclock nnd in n short time the building with nearly all the contents were in a mass of flumes Atree standing near the house was struck and the current was conduct ed to the building by a limb which rested on the roof As it wus rain ing What things were carried out are greatly damaged A light in surance was carried but it will not cover the loss The housu was the property of the Kentucky Union Company and was not insured The reverend gentleman receives the sympathy of the entire community in his lossAt the same time the residence of D R Daniel was struck the lightning knocking Sir Daniel to his knees and tearin...

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. — 27 August 1903

Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far nhead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in flour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value RC Mansfield Son R088LYN KY SPOUT SPRING John Larison of Indiana is visiting relatives in this county A 0 Berry of Union City was here the last of the week George Gravest of near Win chester was in here the last of the week Miss Nannie Christopher is slightly indisposed and has symp toms of an attack of fever Mrs Robert Daugheteo and daughter Miss lallio visited rel > r a week tivesfiittliieconriiunityIst Mr and Mrs Henry Winburn attended the Saints campmeet ing on Spruce a few days last week Mrs Eliza Ginter and daugh ter Miss...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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