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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 November 1903

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY NOV 5 J903 nuu LOCAL BREWIES Hrs Minnie Hale of Winches ter is visiting Mrs D 0 Bloom Mrs D 0 Bloom and Mrs Burl Akers visited MrsJohn W Elkin at Same Sunday Frank Earnest an exmember oC the city council came up from Lexington Tuesday to vote Mr and Mrs J F McKinney of Spout Spring were transact ing business in the city Friday L 0 Lyle of Vaughns Mill has a little boy down with a acse of fever Dr Littlepage is at tending him R B Moore who is employed in business in Tennessee came home Sunday and remained over Tuesday to vote Dan Barnes accidentally shot himself Satunday night in the Calf of the leg inflicting a pain ful but not serious wound Harry Ourry than whom there is no better Democrat and who never fails to come to his old home to vote was on hand as us ual Tuesday Prof White reports that there are several cases of whooping cough and fever in his school and says that the average has de clined recently on this account J A Webb has accept...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 November 1903

10 HEALTH MI dont think we could keep boned without Thedfonri Dlack DrAught We have used It In tho family for over two years with the belt of results 1 hire not had s doctor in the hone for that length of time It la a doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well and liappy JAMES HALL Jack sonville 111 Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where Thedfords BlackDraught is iskept kept Families living in the country miles from any physi cian have been kept rat health forbears with this medicine as their only doctor Thedfords Black Draught cutes bilious ness dyspepsia colds chills and fever bad blood headaches diarrha constipation colic and almost every other ailment because the stomach bowels liver and kidneys so nearly con control THEDFORDS 6LACI t DLAU1DAUGDT i The Sunny South < J FREE How to get it I A POSTAL CARD > Sent today costs one...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 November 1903

i THE c CLAY tITY TIMES 4 4 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay fljyjllie Snrroun Jing Country and Ourselves JI3 Burgher lublisheri VQIJ 8 CLAY CITY KY 1HH RSDAY NOVEMBER l2 1903 NOt16 S Saw Mill Burned Fire destroyed the bund saw mill r belonging to SwannDay Lumber Company at Natural Bridge Satur daynight The mill had a capaci ty of several thousand feet of lum ber per day arid was aneof the finest paw mills belonging to the company Tho loss will be several thousand dollars with light iusur anceHe He Qlveth His Beloved Sleep MrsEvorptt eldnfter an illness of eight months died at her home in West Clay City last Thursday morning at 8 a m She leaves a husband and three emiill children ranging In age from sov on months to five years The re mains were interred in the Eaton burial ground in outskirts of the cityen last Friday afternoon The I deceased was a sister of Mesdames Dock and Pete Phillips of this place She lived a consistent Chris tian life and died triumphant in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 November 1903

Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far ahead 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 R 0 Mansfield Son nOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING George P Douglas of Levee was here Tuesday on a business tripJames James A Fox of Winchester was here Monday and Tuesday on business businessMr Mr and Mrs Benjamin McKin ney visited Mr find Mrs J E Burgher at Clay City last Sun day tt Mr adMrs Thomas McKin ney visited the formers sister Mrs Jane Douglas at Levee the last of the week Sanford Niblack who lived here for a short time a few years ago has sold his farm in Clark coun ty to a Mr Gamboe for 2 450Miss Miss Lillie Tipton visited her ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 November 1903

11 TEE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY NOV 12 1903 q q qnO LOCAL BREVITIES n There is u good demand for love geese at 50 cents each Elder J A Webb is in Estill county this week on business James A Fox of Winchester was here Tuesday on business Geo P Douglas of Levee was observed on the streets Tuesday I iM5ss Alice OFJaherty of Lex ington is visiting Mrs I G WeebSeveral Several from this place have attended Circuit Court at Stan i Mton this week weekI Mr and Mrs Benjamin McKin ney of Spout Spring were guests of ye editor and wife Sunday Chas Eager postofilca inspect or wns in Clay City Tuesday on iflicial duty He finds the post oflice at this place all right as usual Dr R A Irvin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs D R Mountz Friday No vember 7th Mother and child m doing well jElder N McIntosh has pur chased the Sam Ringo property in the bottom and will occupy same at once We failed to learn the consideration Photograper John WHenry is putting a most substantial board...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 November 1903

MDS CECELIA STOWS Orator Entre Noun Club 176 Warren Avenue AvenueClIIOAao CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened as well as I for homo with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wino of Cardui for me to try and he did so I began to improve in a few days and ray recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks 1 was another tCta Mrs Stowes letter shows every woman how a homo is saddened by female wcakncs and how completely Wino of Cardui cures that sick ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not go on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure A F10O bottle of Wine of Cardui WINEoCAR8UJ WINEoCAR8UJThe i The Sunny South I FREE 5 How to get it A POSTAL CARD 5 Sent tod ycosts one cent iulil bring to you And year six neighbors whose names And 5 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 November 1903

ttr THE CLAY lTY TIMES fi f 8 a t r i k S 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay liy r he SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher t VOII8 CLAY CITY KrTHUBSDAY NOVEMBER 39 1903 NO 47 Dod Walters Brought Back It food Walters charged with murder in the Estill Circuit Court was arrested lust week and bought to Irvine for trial The case against him is said to be pretty strong and a conviction is almost certain cortninWill Will Remain In Clark Mr M L Thomas bought Sat urday of Thos I Davis forty fourI J L9LJlnd with im provements two miles from town on the Mt Sterling pike for 5 200 cash Possession given De cember 1st We are glad to have Mr Thomas remain in Olark countyWinchester Democrat Mr Thomas is a native of Es till county andy ell nown to many of our re rs Drilling for Oil The Dudley Oil and Gas Co of Lexington of which Oapt S F Rock of this city is president is now drilling a well on Crooked creek seven miles south of Irvine on the Jones Lick anticlinal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 November 1903

Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives ktuutihat JMANSKIELBIS isibe best It is milled from tho very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste nnd 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 HOSSLYJf KY SPOUT SPRING James F McKinney is below on business this week Joe McKinney of Clark coun ty has been at homo for a few t days this week R Hood Curtis and wife visit ed J W Tipton and family at Clay City Sunday S Joe Ifing of WadesMiU came up Saturday with teams to move His f Stherbadktto Qlarfecouhtyj TV 1 A3f + Our popular school Maam Miss Lillio Tipton attended the Saturday Teachers Association at Irvine Ii SaturdayJ J Lvnian King has again mov edto the Bluegrass 1Ir King il a good fellow and may yet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 November 1903

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER TlfURSDAY NOV 19 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES n The pestiferous ily is still on the wing The skeeter still hummcth his lay The float of the floater and the can didates ding dingBoth day The first snowHakes of the sea Aim fell here yesterday morn lugAlbert Albert Welch of Stanton was in the city Tuesday on a business mission Born to Mr and Mrs J E Nibluck Saturday Nov 14th a Ktnrjan8 pounder Since the rain wo have had a very sudden and disagreeable drop in temperature Misses Hariett and Grace Per kins are visiting their brother and other relatives at Cincinnati Dont forgot that you can get the Cincinnati Daily Post and the TIMES both one year for only 200Win Win Neal having completed the fill on LcC E Y at Jack son Breathitt county has re turned home The rain Monday night was well received by all The ground has not been thoroughly wet for several months The bridge under construction near Climax Stave Mill by LeC E R R Do is making slow progress of late av Mrs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 November 1903

LIVER TROUBLES I find Thad ford BlackDraught W ft good medicine for liter disease It cured my on after be had epent floe with doctor It 1 1 all the med icine I tahMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act reg ularly go to your dmaaiBt and secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family medicine frees the constipated bowels stirs up the torpid liver and causes a healthy secretion of bile bileThedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid ney a A torpid liver invites cold biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease r which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black Draught should always be kept in the house u J1Iu Tbedfordr BUclf Draught for liver and kidney com plaints and found nothing to excel ItWILI lAM COFFMAN Mar blehead Iii THEDFORDS THEDFORDSRLACK DRAUGhT The Sunny South FREE How to g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 November 1903

r S 4 F Hj r f rU LAT 4ITY TIMES 1 < < 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Snrronnding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher L IPS VQTJ8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1903 NOtj8 The OfllcfalVoteI 4 The tabulation of the official votoby Secretary of State 0 B Trill shows Qov Beckliams plu rality to be 20250 and the total vote of all candidates 480207 The official count gives W God frey Hunter a plurality of 10ii for Congress from the Eleventh district Judge Benton received 7522 for Circuit Judge in this I uliljtrict and B A Grutcher Com jhonwealths Attorney received 7461 votes In the 28rd judicial district the official count fixes Judge Rid dells majority over Blakoy at 5J88 and J K Roberts for Com mtimvealths Attorney over J t Po Adams at 140a Local Option Sunday I The Interdenominational Tem perance Exxecutive Committee announce it has been decided to m an appeal to the pastors x and churches of all denomina Lions in the State to observe Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 November 1903

1T THE TIMES 1 PJJDJJSHED EVERY THURSDAY J E i Burglier Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday Nov 26 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price f below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal llOi C Cincinnati Enquirer 10 u Lopisvillo Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 Thanksgiving For years past the chief exec iitivo and the various governors of these United States have called upon the populace of this favor ed and beloved nation of ours to return thanks and observe the lastThursday in November as a sacred day of prayer and thanks giving To us it seems very appropri ate that such day should be so observed and the day set apart seems equally as appropriate for at this time of the year the crops are generally gathered amid stored away our larders are usually re plenished by this time and ev erything considered it seems a most thou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 November 1903

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAYz NQV26 1903 u LOCAL BREVITIES ifA number of residences are being recovered in the city Miss Lizzie Mize was the guest of Miss Dora Bales at Bobbins lust week M G Taylor was at Beatty yule three days this week look ing after some business matters W G Patrick the accommo dating Kimbrell merchant and postmaster was in town yester tny Mr H Clay Chambers who moved from this State to Chilli iotho Mo has moved to Samp sel Mo 4 The telephone exchange will bo ready for business December 1st We long for its proper in Rtallization Jesse Bowles of the United States armyin the Philippines was here Monday He is at home on a furlough Dave tar sOJ has received no tice from Fort Thomas of the death of his son who was in Un cle Sams service 0 Shimfessel was in Winches ter Monday on business and at Irvine Tuesday also looking after some business matter R L Shimfessel and family of t Hard wicks Creek were guests of Mrs Shimfessels sister Mrs D 0 Bloom Saturday 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 November 1903

LIVERTROUBLES TROUBLES P I end tiIedtord nlackDrugbt agdod medicine for 11lIr dfevue cured my on utter he had spent spenttloo tloo with doctors it is all tho flIrd flIrdIcloe t MARTIN fttrkenburg W Vs If your liver does nol ficl reg ularly go to Our druggist and secure a package of TlieUfords DlaekDrwipht and take a Jose trtirlit Tills great family medicine frees the constipated boWels stun up the torpid liver and causes a healthy secretion of bile bileThedfords Black Draught will cleanse tho bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid hers A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brlghts disease which claims as man victims as consumption A f 25cent package of Thedford Black ly T i t 11 i 1 i Draught should always be kept hihehouseI 1 I need Thedfords Black Draught for liver and kiDney com plaints and found nothing to excel ft W1UJAII COFFMAN Mar blehead lit DRAUGHT RLACK THEDFORDS The Sunny South J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 December 1903

I 1 t THE CLAY I ITY TIMES 3r 1It > > > Joi Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help Clay CitythirreiiDJing City rr eygoiicg Country and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THIII 1 DAY DECEMBER H 1903 NO 4V i Burned to DeathI Mrs Sophia Garrett wife of Tames Garrett was burned to death in her home near Bowen i Friday Her aged husband who wits in the yard at the time of the accident ran to her assistance and was himself badly burned in his efforts to save his wife The remains of the deceased were bu ried in the Stanton Cemetery The couple are both old and fee ble but are well respected citi zens of this county H G Gar rett or to Climax Stave Tie Company is a son of the unfor tunate pair pairValuable Valuable Fowls The Winchester Democrat re ports the following turkey sales Near Mt Sterling Mrs Wm Bridgeforth sold 00 turkeys to Sullivan Toohey which brought her 11070 Mrs Susan Sullivan aged 75 sold 88 20 worth of tur keys and haif20 left for the I Christmas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 December 1903

I Ahead in Flour Yelll we should say so So fur ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain LilyI have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives Jrnmvjhul iTANPFTKrTVSMff4hf best It is milled from the very best wheat on an uptodatq 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 Hour Buy it from your grocer No greater costjbutinueh greater value RC Mansfield Son KOSSIAN KY SPOUT SPRING Saturday was the regular Ma sonic Lodge day I Farmers are beginning to conl plete their job of husking corn 1 Thanksgiving was spent in tle usual quiet mamierby our pe6 pie Elder BS Burgher aft Win ch ster was here a Short tile this week J rjV R Hood qfinisoar populnr merchantand polite postmaster will continue his business atthe same old stand next year Sue cess to you Hood T S McKinney the hustling timber man has recently bodght another boundary of timber and will work up the same in...

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

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER TIIURSDAY DEC 3 1903 n LOCAL BREVITIES James B Hall was in Winches ter Tuesday on business City Assessor Rev H A Ir vin is taking lists this week Boric to Mr and Mrs Henry Nunn Sunday the 2flth a son Corn fodder like all other feed products is very scarce and high W G Blanton of Fox was in town Friday selling some fat IIOJJF ElderBrSrBurghur of Win Chester was here the first of the week on business Mrs R A Irvin returned Monday from a visit to her sis ters at Shelbyville Dr Williams is again improv ing his desirable property by sinking another well Mrs Bettie Heasley of Green up county is visiting her laugh ter Mrs B Littlepage Mrs Bettie Hardwick of Stan ton was the guest of Mrs Olill Shimfcssel the last of the week Mr Lennie Crow has moved to town He occupies a residence in the eastern portion of the city A H Hampton of Indian Fields was here Saturday and bought some cattle of J B Ea ton Mrs N R Swope who has clJen confined to tier room for statef 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 December 1903

1 Try for Health 222 South Peoria St a lAacILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill e that I was compelled to 0 or sit down nearly rah tho time My I stomach was so weak and upset that lcouldlk p nothing on it I and I vomited frequently I could noturinate without great i pain anil coughed EO much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pro i i nounced it Brights disOaSe nhd others said it was consumption consumptionItm It mattered little to me what they called it and I hadnb de sire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and sho bought a bottle 1 believe that it saved my life I elield many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Dont IOU want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have womans health and doa womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Vine of Cardui from your dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 December 1903

t t ici 1 L rHEtjLA i y tITY TIMES p 50Ccntsa Year In Advance We are here to help Clay CiFjrfilleSiirronndiiig Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 8 r CLAY CITY ICY THURSDAY DECEMBER JO 1Dob NO 50 Beckhams Inauguration Before one of the largest crowds ever gathered at Frank fort JohnOrepps Wicklifle Beck haiii for the third time took the oth of office as Governor of Ken tucky Tuesday The inaugural ceremonies were preceded by an immense parade participated in by over a thousand State troops picked bodies of Louisville po lice and firemen State officers and civilians from all parts of the tuteJTheOity of Frimkfort never before wore such profuse decorations suchProfusOI Col William P Thorne was al so inducted into the office of Lieutenant Governor The Fatal Game The humane educators should visit some of our leading Chris tine colleges and try their hand on them They indorse and en tourage the fatal game of foot ball the season for which Iras just closed resulting in the dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 December 1903

Ahead Enlo yi 1W eleF should sayso So far 4 t I tv T i ahead that our Best Patent and iiyl albnom Motttairi Lit have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from out the housewives know tHat MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat tmun uivtodaterditef millrun by water power It is white anqUn tho natural taste and flavor ofthe wheat berry That is why we aral e d in flour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much Beater value RC Mansfield Son H088LYN KY I 50J I Free Trial A r rfMi ClpMr MJI F IIrlllrtkl ft It Opens Her HerEASY EASY EASYTO TO ° CLEAN Mrs Rorer I lIn 111 ur d11pr 1r1I Al wrdnlrse ll7itll < itii u Ui TIIOny UCKtrMiulifMUrr BOUJUIC mro co iiori Miir Killed by Turkey Scratch While killing 1 a turkey for Thanks giving dinner George Whilaore of Bowling Green was scratched by the claws of the bird Blood poise oning set in and he died from his 1 injinies About Advertising Advertising is like a race horse the man who drops ou...

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