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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1904

t 1r Yt THE CLAY TTT TIMES 1 1 t 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Citwjhc Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher YOL9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 NO 43 AYLESWOBTH I T Oct 20 1004 Mr J E Burgher Dear Friend and BrotherIt has been some time since I have written you but would write often though I get the TIMES and its like get ting a letter from home and more so as it comes so regularly We are still well pleased with our Western home My little boys have raised 10 bales of cotton that will average 50 per bale They also raised 800 bushels of corn and sold at 40 cents per bushel The oldest boy is 18 and the youngest 0 years old Find inclosed 1 00 please send the TIMES and CourierJournal for one year and oblige Your friend as ever x FRANK EDWARDS Country the Best Many a farmer who has retir ed and settled in some village town or city is winding up his days in homesickness and isola f tion He finds the city a closed bonk so far as genial compani...

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. — 27 October 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 fAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son UOSSLVN KY SPOUT SPRING D McKinney of Right Angle was here Saturday Win Edge has moved to town occupying the Burgher property Thos Crow sold a bunch of corn to Hood Curtis at 2 00 per barrel straight Benny McKinney and family visited relatives in Clark county the first of the week Mr and Mrs Johnny Wright will soon > begin housekeeping and will move lqi thetGravett farm WE Heflin was quite sick the first of the week but is now much better under the treatment of Dr Littlepage LittlepageNewspaper Newspaper Influence The influence of newspaper ad vertising is wonderful It makes small stores great It turns the title of business t...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1904

r I t 1 < r r t w THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES c Mrs J W Williams was in Louisville last week buying her fall millinery and dry goods Bud Asberry of Jackson vis ited his sister Mrs Burrel Ak ers a few days the past week i 11 R Lyle tho popular am I accommodating Circuit Clerk was observed on the streets Mon clayHenry Henry Waldron who has been down with fever for some weeks f we are pleased to note is much betterFrank v Frank Daniel has moved from Ridge Wood to this city He occupies thepa s nageon seventh avenue Judge W T Webb and D R Mounts are attending the annual meeting of K P Lodge at Frank lin Simpson comity 1Morgan Gravett of Vaughns Mill has been confined to his room for some weeks with fever but is now much better Mrs S M Carrier who has been here on an extended visit to relatives in the county re turned to her home at Pineville Saturday Prof Geo D Hancock took a > rest last week and visited home F folks in Oldham county He ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1904

THE NEW IDEA WOMANS MAG AZINE For November From nn article on Evening Dresses in the Nw IDEA WOMANS IAGIZINK for November it appears that dinner and reception gowns es pecially are to bo very elaborate this season following the general trend of fashion A number of pretty cuts also show the latest de sicnsjn the ubisquitous stock Perdita continues her littlo solu tions in household economics this month setting forth her Idea of how the best can be got out a 81500 in come when living in a New York a partment house und several col umns nro devoted to definite direc tions for preparing each item of the Thanksgiving dinner from the turkey stufllng to the pumpkin pie There are two short stories of Cu pids cases ono centered inn New artists studio and the other in u shrewd good little country widows parlor Some views illustrating A Bit of Holland in the Tropics show a very attractive side Curacao in the Dutch West Indies and n re view that brings buck tender mem ories is that of Jennette Y...

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. — 3 November 1904

I THE > TIME y 50 Cents n Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Su onnjing Country and Ourselves 1 E Hurghcr Iublislicr c VOL 9 CLAY CITY EF THURSDAY ISTOYEMBER 3 1904 NO 4 1 t Burn the Cabbage Now that the cabbage snake is a certainty many people are abandoning their crops of cab bake and letting it rot in the patch Would it not be a good plan to gather up all the cabbage and other trash such as weeds r and doad grass and pile them in aJyjap and burn them If these snakes are propagated through the agency of eggs would not the leaving of the dead cabbage on the ground be the means of so impregnating the soil with their eggs that should the same place be used another year for some other crop who knows but what these dangerous reptiles might next be found in ears of corn and any other plants that would afford them a hiding place Therefore ball means let us destroy his snakeship by means of a good roasting fire a Mrs A 11 Burgher and Mrs N 11 Swope ale visiting their sis...

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. — 3 November 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 K08SLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Reuben Tipton went to Win chester on business Saturday S S Witt of Clark county was here the last of the week buying cattle Robert Gay of near Winches ter was here Thursday trying to buy some cattle Elder B S Burgher of near Winchester was here the latter part of the week W J Barnett and T S Mc Kinney were in Mt Sterling on business Thursday Bar ett rMcKinney the riiill men have attached to their ma chine a fodder and feed cutter Russell Christopher had a se vere attack of cramps last week being in great pain three or four days daysBonny Benny McKinney bought of Clark county parties 10 head of yearling h...

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. — 3 November 1904

i THE CLAY CITY TIME j v j PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY I G JactsnPublisher 1 I J E Burgher Owner o I yRTHURSDAYNOV 8 1004 Local News Rev R A Irvin was in Lex ington Monday Mr J 11 Kennon was in Lex i ington Monday Mr J F Cox was is Louisville i last week on business Mr Geo W Rice and wife are attending the Worlds Fair j If you know a news item tell TIlE TIMES about it Born to the wife of Mat Old ham on the 80th inst a fine daughter i The infant daughter of Mr William Brush died Tuesday night of intermittent fever Mr Frank Daniel has opened a new meat shop in the rear of Kirks store Mrs W H Cassidy returned from Winchester Monday where she had been visiting her sister Mrs A E Sams Mr J M Sons will have a i public sale of stock and household goods at his place on Snow creek removeJJk with his family Donaldson Ill about November 20th 1tMr I G Gaines of Versailles i representing the Equitable Life Insurance Company was here I SiQday mingling with friends ima acquaintances Mr Gaines was pri...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 November 1904

THE NEW IDEA WOMANS MAO AZINE For November From nn article on Evening Dresses in the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAOIZIXE for November it appears that dinner and reception gowns es pecially are to be fery elaborate this season following the general trend of fashion A number of pretty cuts also show the latest der signs in the ubisquitous stock Perdita continues her little solu tions in household economics this month setting forth her idea of how the best can be got out n 1500 in come when living in a New Yorl a partment house and several col umns are devoted 10 definite direc tions for preparing each item of the Thanksgiving dinner from the turkey stufllng to the pumpkin pie There are two short stories of Cu pids cases one centered in a New artists studio and the other in a shrewd good little country widows parlor Some views illustrating A Bit of Holland in the Tropics show a very attractive side Curacao in the Dutch West Indies and a re view that brings buck tender mem ories is that of Jennett...

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. — 10 November 1904

> y t 1 la < l C 11 I < 0 0i 4 r M E I f ClAY i rti yi TIMES 1 t ftt o 50 Cents a sear in Advnncfe We are here to help Clay City the Sarionnniing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher J 11 VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10 1994 NO A5 r Thousands Cured EijsWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands ot cases of Piler I bought box of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the recommenda tion of our druggist so writes C IT LaCroix of Zavalla I Tex and t used it for a stubborn caso of Files It cured me permanently Sold by M Rose A LIVELY SCRAP Mollie Burgher and Bet Gnrrett colored employes at the Clay City Hotel became involved In a heated political argument Tuesday Mollie taking the Democratic side of the question and Bet the Republican and which resulted in a desperate encounter with butcher knives The Burgher woman received a pretty severe cut on the forearm and a slight wound on the back of the head The Garrett woman was cut on the finger but she says she did it herself ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 November 1904

GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longing ing for a flour thut 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 I TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son ROSBLVN KY SPOUT SPRING R S Christopher whose illness was noted in a recent issue con tinues to not improve Mr and Mrs Ernest Elkin vis ited the latters brother Benny McKinney Tuesday night Eld G W McIntosh has sold to S S Witt several head of yearling steers at 2250 per head Mosie McKinnov has come home from Mt Sterling where he has been employed this sum mer to vote Miss Callie Wills has been em ployed to teach the school at this place and has begun with an av erage attendance Mr and Mrs George W Lewis of Mt Sterling visited the lat ters father James F McKinney Wednesday Miss Laura McKinney while using a sewing needle accident ally stuck it into h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 November 1904

I THE CLAY CITY TIME v IUnUSHED EVERY THURSDAY T E llunon ItEditor and Owner I I G TCKsoLocalBdltor THURSDAY NOV 10 1001 Local News Born to the wife of Ray Mc Kinney on the 3rda fine girl lid J A Webb returned the last of tho week from a business trip to Bath county The turkey crop is short again and they are in good demand at ten cents per pound Win Swope of Torrent came down Tuesday and went to Hard wicks Creek to vote A large flock of wild geese passed over Clay City Sunday morning going southward The ladies of the Christian church served a firstclass dinner at their house oTi election day and the same was well patronized Miss Lucy Flinchum of Stan ton is visiting her sister Mrs Lena Mofiold who has just re turned from Crab Orchard Tenn and is very sick The coal miners strike at Beat tyville is growing and 800 em ployes are out for 10 cents ad vance on the ton As a conse Juence prices will soar higher W G Patrick tho Kimbrell I merchant has had some posters printed advertising a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 November 1904

THEY WILL COME HIGH et l Commission mon state the high cst price ever known for eggs is in sight for this winter and be fore the ulny of the heR is known again next spring house wives will have paid ns high as 50 cents per dozen for the prod uct of the hen The fact that a corner practically exists in storage eggs and that these were secured at the highest prices over paid for storage eggs is the basis of calculation The consumption of eggs is increasing more and more every year said a com r mission man Especially is this true while meat is high and this summer the meat strike induced many people to stop eat ing meat and they turned to eggs as a substitute It is my opinion that the highest price ever paid for eggs will be along about January or February 1005 when the storage eggs must be drawn upon for the supply and the firms which control the mar ket will be almost able to dictate the price priceWe We have had two very good showers of rain within the last week though not enought to...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 November 1904

Ie i I < 1 t iik U I THE CLAY ITY TIME r f J 01 1 I I I I I i 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sitfronniiiig Country and Ourselves I I I E Burgher Publisher j r VOL 9 GLAT CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER J7 1904 NO 46 CITY COUNCIL MEETING i MEETINUit > i o The city council met Saturday night pursuant to adjournment Mayor Terry and all the council men were present Prof 0 W Campbell resigned as first assistant teacter to accept the position of principal in the city school in the place of Prof Geo D Hancock resigned The monthly salaries of the teachers were allowed and or dered paid A E Barnett Son were awarded the contract to furnish the lumber for the trestles to the new bridge at 820 per thousand and James Ham was awarded the contract to erect the same at 7 per thousand r D R Daniel was appointed committee of one to move the city jail jailHere Here is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a large quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods which...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 November 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 ROSBLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Reuben Tipton was in Irvine Monday Mr and Mrs John Wright have gone to housekeeping at the Gravett farm Russell Christopher who has been quite sick for several days is now improving Jas F McKinney sold 23 head of good cattle to Mr Scott of Clark county at 3 i cents preachingr r day atthe Mothodistfchurch We hope to see a good crowd out to hear Pastor Crawford M B Eubank will have a pub lic sale of live stock corn fodder household and kitchen furniture etc Wednesday Nov 30th Mr and Mrs Eubank will go to Col orado about January 15th to make their future home Our best wishes go with them Eld B F Wright of th...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 November 1904

I JTHE CLAY CITY TIMES I I v CPUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY tT E BunajiEB Editor and Owner T G JACKSON Local Editor t THURSDAYI NOV 17 1004 i r Local News Saturday was pay day for school teachers Judge W T Webb was in Stanton Monday It doesnt make a light weight any heavier by putting on airs Saturday was pay day along the L E railway and the boys were again made happy Merchant W J Christopher of Spout Spring was observed on the streets Monday W T Webb the jeweler has a new and complete line of holi I day goods Call and see them Mr and Mrs W G Patrick of 1imbrellt were guests ef Mr and Mrs J E Burgher Sunday and I Monday G B Simpson fell off a scaffold while painting at the Clay City Roller Mills Tuesday hurting his back considerablyI Mr Charles Scott of Lexing ton the genial passenger and freight agent of the L S E rail way was here Tuesday Next Thursday will be Thanks giving when most people prefer going out huntingand eating tur keyAbout About twenty hunters were on 1 the eastbound pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 November 1904

West Bend Died at his home at this place Tuesday morning at 11 oclock W G Everman aged 58 years He had been in ill health for ten years and had suffered death many times over Deceased had been a merchant at this place for more than twentyfive years and had been postmaster hero for nine years A more honest man ever lived than he was He leaves two children Burl aged 18 years and Jesse aged 11 years besides father mother five sisters four brothers and a host of friends to mourn their loss Mr Everman had been married twice May he who had suffered so much on earth find peace and rest in heaven Killed Tip Day Reported Killed It is reported hero tha > the noto rious Tip Day was killed while re sisting arrest by U S Marshals on Stillwater in Wolfe county a few days ago The report is to the effect that Day was surround ed by five officers who were heav ily armed and in the fight which followed Day was killed but not until he had dropped two of the attacting party Day was a desperate chara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 November 1904

I t1 r Ji THE f CLAY t TTY TIMES j V t 11 TI f n t Y 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sorrorfnding Country and Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher r VOT9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 1904 NO 47 HE WAS A DEMOCRAT Marinette Wis has a presi dential electon story that matches the reply of Quentin Roosevelt that the President voted for Par ker because Parkee needed the vote One of the Garfield teach ers was questioning her pupils upon citizenship t Now she said slowly as every boy has ambition I would like to know how many boys would like toJ President of the I United State8 Every boy save one raised his hand The teacher looked in a sur prised mannerist the little fellow whose hands remained in his lap Why Willie she exclaimed havent you any desire to be come President of this great country Id like to all right replied the boy mournfully but taint no use Im a Democrat If you know a news item tell THE TIMES about it It will be ap preciated preciatedSeveral Sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 November 1904

TIDE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY NOV 24 1004 LOCAL BREVITIES En Hinds of West Bend was in the city Thursday Sewing hmchiiio needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes Mrs Win Adams remains very I low of typhoid fever at her home near town Mr Abner Eversole of Jack son was hero oir business last week W C P BreckonridjKv editor of the Morning Herald is dead at Lex ington ingtonMesdamos Mesdamos J F West and CampboH of Irvine wore gnnsts of relatives in this city last week J H Howoll and Squire Win Townsend of Bowen were here Monday on a business mission Thomas Jackson of Louisville is visiting his mother Mrs W D Jackson at Stanton Mr and Mrs Frank Diamond of Lexington are visitng Mr and Mrs Summers Searcy this week F G Howell of Penn the de feated candidate for assessor and n very popular gentleman was in the city Friday Marshal A P Johnson and lI Bailey were in Mt Sterling Fri day as witnesses in the Wade Hall case Mr and Mrs Chas W Groves have moved to Jacksonville Fla wher...

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. — 24 November 1904

GOOD FLOUR Is the undationof successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long irig for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour theI wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN rAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Someof the farmers are through gathering corn Clarion McKinney of Lexing ton came home Saturday to visit the home folksand others i j John W Henry the photogra pher of Clay City spent a few days with friends here the latter part of the week Berry Barnett arM family who recently moved to their place f hear here are well pleased with their new home iS iSHussell Christopher whose se rious illness has been noted in these columns before continues to improve but very slowly R H Curtis one of our lead ing merchants is selling out his stock of dry goods notions shoes etc at cost See his ad in an other column Eld A L Hackett of Win chester cam...

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. — 24 November 1904

THEY DONT LEARN It is strange that in all these years since the secret ballot has been introduced that people have not yet learned to vote In this county with all its boasted in telligence at least fifty voters in the late election left the booth with the cojivictioA that they had voted the full ticket when they had only voted for one man the first elector And these men were not ignorant negroes either By far the greater number of them were Democrats and if this county was as close politically as some others this ignorance might have lost the county An ex change says that in one county in the 2nd Congressional district 410 Democrats and 228 Repub licans virtually lost their votes by this means In Leo and Estill counties it is said that many voters marked their ballots in the square opposite the first elector and then for the elector for the Tenth district and quit We need schools to teach the voters how to vote Winchester Democrat Thousands Cured DeWittB Witch Hazel Salve has cured ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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