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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 June 1904

Snow Creek Bill Shimfessel was here last week on business Jack Parker attended court at Mt Sterling Monday W R Vivien is at home from Winchester this week Allen Osborne of near Spout Spring was hore Saturday on business Misses Nannie and Jennie Ber ry of Argyle visited their grand parents at this place last week Mr Ogden and son Thomas were at Stanton Monday Mr Ogden Sr is oiie of the jurors Thos Ogden Jr and Robert Auldridge took the teachers ex amination at Stanton last Friday and Saturday Jack Eads and wife were the I guests of the latters sister Mrs Neomia Vivion atKiddvillo Sat urday and Sunday Rev J T Adams preached at Log Lick Sunday night to a good sized crowd and Rev Gross will conduct services there next Sun day Rosslyn Roy Locket was at Clay City Friday night The wife of J M Conlee is on the sick list J F Martin of Vinton was here Friday on business J M Ramsey the lumber ing was here last week James Hall of the K 11 In stitute was here one day last week B Akers the tie ma...

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 June 1904

I THE I CLAY I MtTY TIMES 50 Cents o Year In Advance 1Were here to help Gay Clip sntronnniing Country a11j Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher b lJiillllc VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY OjEURSDAY JUNE 80 1904 NO 26 St Johns Day at Bowen The Masons Odd Fellows and Junior Order American Mechan ics Bold a joint celebration at Bowen last Friday the 24 The three orders met at the Masonic Hall and formed a life of march to the river and back to the stand where Joseph O Lykins of Oamp ton addressed the audience in behalf of Freemasonry I Ad journed for dinner Tho Rebec cas spread a nice dinner for mem bers of their order After dinner they marched a gain to the river and back led by the Odd Fellows to the stand where J H Johnson of Yale Ky1 addressed the crowd in be half of the Juniors Ho was fol lowed by Mr Lykins in behalf of the Odd Follows The Clay City Cornet Band furnished music for the occasion The Brethren at Bowen extend ed a cordial and welcome hand to their visitors and everybody enjoyed themsel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 June 1904

I t > I THE CLAY METY TIMES JI I I 50 Cents a Year in Advance Were here to help Clay Clip Sutroniiog Country anJ Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher r YOL9 CLAY CITY KY TJJUKSDAY JUNE 30 1904 NO 26 St Johns Day at Bowen The Masons Odd Fellows and Junior Order American Mechan ics hold a joint celebration at Bowen last Friday the 24 The three orders met at the Masonic Hall and formed a lise of march to the river and bacly to the stand where Joseph OLykins of Gamp ton addressed the audience in behalf of Freemasonry Ad journed for dinner The Rebec cas spread a nice dinner for memo berg of their order After dinner they marched a gain to the river and back led by the Odd Fellows to the stand where J H Johnson of Yale Jyj addressed the crowd in be e half of the Juniors He was fol lowed by Mr Lykins in behalf of the Odd Fellows The Clay City Cornet Band furnished music for the occasion The Brethren at Bowen extend ed a cordial and welcome hand to their visitors and everybody enjoyed themselv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 June 1904

I 4 1 W 1 I I J oj y 0 Jf r I li1t GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son KOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Charlie Crow went to Winches ter Monday MondayDr Dr Litrlepage was here on professional business Monday Bennie Mclunney sold to Geo W Wells one pair df mules for 185Several Several from this place attend ed Circuit Court at Stahton Tues day f dayJas IJas F McKinnoy is at his farms in Clark county this week on business businessDeputy Deputy Sheriff 0 T Grin stead was here from Irvine Mon day dayJas Jas F McKinney bought of John W Burgher a bunch of sheep at 2 50 per head Dr R A Irvin of Clay City made av prefessional call in this section the first of the week 0 Mrs Marvi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 June 1904

I 7 hiL a THE TIMES AN ALL HOl4E MADE PAPER THURSDAY JUNE 30 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES J W McKinnoy of Winches ter was here Saturday night Have you subscribed anything to the bridge fund yet If not do so at once Born to Mr Mrs Fred Ware ° of Vaughns Mill Wednesday I June 29 a girl Mr and Mrs Fulks of Pitts 1burg Pa visited relatives in the city several days this week The Olay City Cornet Band vas called to Bowen Friday to fur nish music for the picnic at that place r Mrs Soaps and daughter Miss Mary of Lexington are guests r of the formers sister Mrs Bur t rot Akers AkersThe The street committee has had a substantial fence built on the lower side of the river hill lead ing to the ford at the old mill Mr and Mrs 0 G Lambdin who are visiting the latters brother Mr G D Cook at Vir den were in the city Tuesday Mrs Abagail Rogers who has been visiting her children in the city has returned home accom pained by MrsJames G Rogers and children E A Goff of Indian Fields was here yesterday on busin...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 June 1904

I J i r r Pine Ridge Uncle Jim Swope of Virden was hero Saturday II L Twyinun of Red Bridge was heie Inst week on business Blue Fox and Whitt Azbill have been in our midst buying Iambs W V Nihlnck sold to Whitt Az bill a bunch of lambs for 5i centsI Niblftck d Bro sold to J M Ken non of Qlay City thirty hogs at 4J cents centsAlvin Alvin and Ace Niblack of Snow Creek visited their gmuidfather from Sntnrdny until Monday Virden WeedAdains continues very fee bleDr Dr Williams was hero Monday to see the sick + We are having nice growing showers and crops are fine Thos Ogden Jr of Snow Creek was hero Saturday and applied for our school John McPherson was the pleas ant guest of C C Curtis Saturday and Sunday John Parr formerly of this place but now of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here this week Mr Craig Lambdin and wife of JEll co Tenn are visiting the lat ters brother G D Cook this week Mr J W Bakers hand is slow ly improving He thinks he will be able to return to his work short ly af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 July 1904

1 j 1 F THE CLAY 1DITY TIMES I > 1 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We are here to help Clap City the SnrrounJing Country an J Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher I tIP VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JULY 71904 L NO 27 Injured by Falling From Train A man giving his name as James Wilson narrowly escaped instant death Tuesday afternoon by falling form the rear end of an L d E passenger train qear Rosslyn Wilson who was under the in flueno of liquor boarded the train at Stanton and stood on the rear platform of tho rear coach Ho is subject to fainting spells and was attacked by one of these spells shortly after tho train left Stanton He fell from tho platform to the track as the train was running at the rate of about 20 miles His face was cut badly Ho was picked up and carried on the train again but became sp violent that he had to be put off at Bowen OVERFLOW LOCALS Born to Mr and Mrs 0 W Easter Wednesday July C a sonMr Mr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Lexington are visiting rela tives in the city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 July 1904

1 l j 1 THE CLAY telT Y TIMES I J < I 50 Cents a Year In advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrrounJing Country and Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher I VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY frEUKSDAY JULY 7 1901 NO 27 L M Injured by Falling From Train A man giving his name as James Wilson narrowly escaped instant death Tuesday afternoon by falling form the rear end of an L d E passenger train clear Rosslyn Wilson who was under the in fltieno of liquor boarded the train at Stanton and stood on the rear platform of the rear coach He is subject to fainting spells and was attacked by one of these spells shortly after the train left Stanton He fell from the platform to the track as the train was running at the rate of about 20 miles His face was cut badly He was picked up and carried on the train again but Became sp violent that ho had to be put off at Bowen OVERFLOW LOCALS Born to Mr and Mrs 0 W Eater Wednesday July C a sunMr Mr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Lexington are visiting rela tives in the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 July 1904

GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son IIOBSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Several from this place attend ed the big picnic at Clay City Monday Marvin Eubank was in Win chester last week on a business fissions Mrs Eva Eubank visited rela tives in Clark county a few days this week Mr Joseph P Wright Mt Friday for a visit to relatives in Madison county Mrs Belle Burgher and chil dren spent the day in Olay City Friday with her sister Tom Prewitt of near Win chester visited relatives here several days last week Moses McKinney and Rucker Lewis of near Mt Sterling vis ited relatives here several days the past week Whitt Azbill was here last week and received a number of lambs which ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 July 1904

f 1 THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE I PAPER THURSDAY JULY 7 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES Mr J M Welch of KbSslyn was in the city Monday > The largest blackberry crop of recent years is now beginning to ripen in this section p Samuel Ginter of Union Hall was transacting business in the city the first of the week J J Conner of Austerlitz Bourbon county came up for a short Visit to friends Monday Dr Lemming of Stanton was down Tuesday and stopped for a brief call at the TIMES office Mrs Sylvia Russell of Bowen is spending a few days with friends at the Central Hotel W S Niblack of Winchester visited his mother Mrs Polly Niblack tlie last of the week I Misses Susie and Lucy Will hums of Jackson are visiting their aunt Mrs Burrel Akers Dr 0 D Mansfield of Stan ton was in the city Monday and gave the TIMKS a very agreeable callNrs Mrs Alma Sams little son and daughter Miss Jodella of Win chester are visiting relatives in the city cityMrs Mrs J W McKinney and daughter Maud of Winchester ars visiting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 July 1904

North Bend James Hall of Bowen was here Monday of last week Dr 0 D Mansfield was a med ical visitor here Thursday Several of our young people spent Monday at Clay City Thos Welch has completed har vesting his wheat crop the only one in the county Weeden Ewen of Lamonto Mo visited P H Ewen and fam ily a few days last week The New Dominion Oil Gas Company was hero one day last week surveying a pipe line Rev James Kirk the well known mountain evangilist con ducted religious services at Ros slyn Sunday morningBlue Blue Boy Rosslyn Roy Lockett visited relatives in Lexington Monday Several of our citizens spent Monday at Natural Bridge Frank Earnest the lumber man was here one day last week W A T Mansfield transacted business at Lexington Wednes day J M Ramsey the v lumber King was here last week on bus iness J R Barr of Lexington was here a short time ono day last week weekThe The New Dominion Oil Gas Co has abandoned their search for oil on the farm ofG A Max well The Now Dominion Oil G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 July 1904

Ai r J I THE CLAYICITT TIMES I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clar Gilrothe Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY HURSDAY JULY 14 1901 NO 2 Our Trip to Mt Sterling Dr B Littlepage in company with the editor as representa tives of the Olay City visited Mt Sterling Mondayand interviewed the business men of our ent rprislngneighboringtown in behalf of Our bridge fund now being raised for the construction of a steel bridge across Red river Waltersville We were very cordially received and the busi ness men rewarded our efforts in a very substantial way such a Way as is required in the con struction of a bridge Their do nation in our behalf cherishes < that kindly feeling that has ex isted for years past in their eXII When our people visit our kind and liberal neighbor consult the listof contributors as shown in the columns of the TIMES and if i you intend buying any thing in the city give them preference and tell them why you did so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 July 1904

t r 1 T rItE CIJTV I J I CITY t TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clap Cit the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher 11VOL H RSDAY JULY 14 1904 NO 2 Our Trip to Mt Sterling Dr B Littlepage in company with the editor as representa tives of the Olay City visited Mt Sterling Mondnyand interviewed the business men of our entrprisngneighboring town in behalf of our bridge fund now being raised for the construction of a steel bridge across Red river at Waltersville We were very cordially received and the busi ness men rewarded our efforts in a very substantial way such a Way as is required in the con struction of a bridge Their do nation in our behalf cherishes that kindly feeling that has ex isted for years pastin their favor When our people visit our kind and liberal neighbor consult the listof contributors as shown in the columns of the TIMES and if i you intend buying any thing in the city give them preference and tell them why you did so Our thank...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 July 1904

GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a Hour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son UOSSLYN KY r u Our Bridge Fund Ihe Clay City Council has decid ed to build a bridge across Red Riv hat Waltersville and has appro priated 1000 for this purpose The bridge will cost about 8J000 To get the bridge it is nesessary to raise a neat sum by Subscription To this end the following persons and concerns have subcribed the amounts set opposite their names Clay City Council 81000 00 I Loveland Garrett Co 50000 Mt Sterling business men 117 00 J D Eaton 10000 W S Rogers 2500 II C Warmouth 2500 A E Barnett d Son 2500 D R Daniel 2500 ins B Hall 2500 John l1 Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY TIMES 2500 Dr B Littlepage t 1000 Geo W Clark 1000 ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 July 1904

r FA I THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JULY 14 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES I Quarterly court was in session at Stanton Monday Dr Sherman See of Levee was in the city Monday on bus iness W R Oassidy has been yery sick for several days not able to leave his room Charlie Welch and J W Bur ton were in Mt Sterling Monday on a business mission Drs Littlepage and Irvin were summoned to Stanton Tuesday as witnesses in a case Mrs B F Day of Mt Ster ling was the guest of her brother W R Oassidy Monday and Tuesday The family of W T Stringer left this week for Indiana where I they will looate to make their home in the future Rev R A Irvin of this city and pastor of the Presbyterian church at Bettyville filled his pulpit at that place Sunday Uncle A J Asberry the champion fisherman of Clay City I has caught several nice cat fish 0 the past week above the dam Dr J N Rankin a former school teacher of this county is recovering from an operation for hernia in a Lexington hospital The editor has be...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 July 1904

Y r I h tt ° r E I I J li1 iI 1 if r tl 1 t t I j i r 4 i < + 1 dy f rr l I j I V 1 f North Bend n O Welch was at Kiddville Thursday Arthur Wollch and Wingate Anderson were business visitors at Stanton Thurday Our school house is in a very bad condition and it is the duty of our trustees to have it repair ed at once We failed to state last week that the box supper at this place on July 2nd was a success in ev ery particular R 0 Welch says that when the Rosslyn correspondent made the statement in regard to the Pop business that he was entire ly mistaken Mr Welch says he as not engaged in the Pop busi ness at present Blue Boy MyRosstyn J M Ramsey of Winchester wasa business visitor here last eekMiss Miss Lillie Welch will teach the Copperas Oreek school this I year yearA A Hall of Bowon transacted business here Tuesday of last weekRoy Roy Lockett and W A T Mansfield were at Stanton Thurs day night ZT Hall the venerable old bachelor transacted business at Stanton Thursday Mrs A Faul...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 July 1904

U v fJr1A f ji 4C iL f t i P1t ft J kf l 1 ic 1 1 f1 t t 1 THE CLAY CITY TIMES 1 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help cfa ily the SnrroonJing Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY K THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 NO 2U Winchester Will Help Us Clay City has long needed a bridge across Red River and just now some of her public spirited citizens are making an heroic effort I to secure one The Fiscal Court of the county has refused to help and the Clay City Council hag giv en one thousand dollars The Lnvcland Garrett CoJ has given half that sum and others have giv en in sums of one dollar to one hun dred until 2010 of the 83000 nec essary has been raised A delega tion weht to Mt Sterling one day i recently and raised 8117 Mr Burgher of the Clay City Times was here Friday and a meeting of the Commercial Club will be called to see if aid can be extended Our business men receive substan tial patronage from Clay City and just now when organized efforts are being made ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 July 1904

Kii1 C3LAYICITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Cap ity the Snrronniing Conntry anJ Ourselves J E BurQher Publisher VOL9 CLAY CITY EYg THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 NO 2U 1 Winchester Will Help Us Cluy City has long needed a bridge across Red River and just now some of her public spirited citizens are making an heroic effort to secure one The Fiscal Court f of the county has refused to help and the Clay City Council has giv en one thousand dollars The LovelandGarrett Co has given half that sum and others have giv en in sums of one dollar to one hun dred until 2010 of the 83000 nec essary hag been raised A delega tion went to Mt Sterling one day recently and raised 8117 Mr Burgher of the Clay Oily Times was here Friday and a meeting of the Commercial Club will be called to see if aid can be extended Our business men receive substan tial patronage from Clay City und just now when organized efforts are being made to increase our trade there this would be an excellent cordi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 July 1904

GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour I Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son UIJSSLYN ICY SPOUT SPRING Several people from Clay City attended the Quarterly meeting at this place Sunday W J Barnett and Thos S Me Kinney were at Stanton one day the first of the week on busi ness Several from this place attend ed a special term of the County Court at Stanton last Tuesday and yesterday m The protracted meeting held IIat Jacksons Chapel last week closed out Sunday No additions r < 1iut the church was greatly re I vived under the preaching of Rev W B Ragan pastor of the church at Irvine John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg has been the guest of his cousin James F McKinney a couple of days the past weekI Mr Vaug...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 July 1904

i < + i THE TIMES ffiiir i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER X < rYTHURSDAY JULY 211904 c j 4 LOCAL BREVITIES j M H Courtney left Tuesday for tv business trip to Wilwaukee WisJudge Judge Wills of Sage was in the city Saturday shaking hands with friends Several deaths have occurred in the cities the past week from excessive heat Noah Rose is recovering from a severe spell of sickness at Jack son where he now lives The Olay City Hotel is receiv ing a fresh coat of paint great ly improving its appearance James Wilson and wife of Lexington are guests of the for mers parents Mr and Mrs Ed Wilson Mr and Mrs Frank B Russell of Louisville were guests of Mr I and Mrs James B Hall a few days this week R W Garrett has sold to Hen ry Williams of Olark county thirtyone good feeders at 4 cts r September delivery Mr John P Vaughn a Con federate Veteran of Lawrence burg is visiting relatives in the city and county this week At tHe loinTotl election held in the town of Farmers Rowen county the drys won by...

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