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

tij i t < I A 7 S A cY p I a 1 r < < i f 1f > 1 F TIE I CLAY l tITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the nrronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Hurghcr Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1904 NO 4tt 4Hero Is Your Chance 4 5 0 Shimfessol has a largo quan tHy of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Giifghdms and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for t CASH These goods are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them WINCHETER COURT About three hundred cattle on market and most of them were sold in small lots On account of the dry weather and the near approach of a long winter with a scarcity of feed buyers demanded concession and prices wore fully 25 lower than last Court day The highest price of the day was 3i75 per hundred for a few thou sand pound steers but most of them sold brought 8300 to 350 Heif era sold for 82to2 50 according t > quality a bunch ot nice yearling Bteere weighing C75 Ibs brought 330 T...

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. — 1 December 1904

GOOD FLOUR r tr r Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking I longIng 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 fAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R Mansfield Son nOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING J H Dawson of Right Angle was here a short while last week W J Barnett and Thos S McKinney were in the mountains on business the first of the week Saturday and Sunday are regu lar preaching days at the Baptist church Let a good crowd pome outMrs Mrs Vcanna Curtis is very ill at this time ana her condition is becoming of a serious nature Mrs James F McKinney and v dauher MbsJJqra Todd visited the formers daughter Mrs JVW McKinney in Clark county last week Mr Geo B Daughtee son and daughter have gone to Texas to reside Mr Doughtee was sales man in W G Patricks store at this place three years ago Ernest Elkin has rented and...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 December 1904

t tfj TIE TIMES F lT b 4 AN ALL HOMEMADB PAPER s c THURSDAY pEO 1 1004 LOCAL BREVITIES I Mrs Ed Gilbert is down with pneumonia I j Mr R 0 Mansfield of Rosslyn was in town Monday on business JSewing J machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes R Miss Lou A Wallace of Irvine visited Miss Kate Daniel and oth er relatives here last week t 1 Mr H 0 Wnrmouth will make some improvements on his busi 1 ness house in the near future BRICK FOB SALEI have a car load of brick for sale at reason able prices J E Burgher Major J B Blackburn and wife of Stanton will leave soon for Florida to spend the winter with their daughter Attorney Henry Watson of Mt Sterling manager of the local telephone exchange was in the city thelast of the wepk Mr Geo E Tomlinson presi dent and general manager of the Reliance Manufacturing Com j any of Winchester was in town yesterday t Mayor J H Terry who has re cently been a sufferer from some kind of throat trouble went to Lexington last week for treat inont and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 December 1904

IT 1 y S + p I t V Vaughns Mill I U Miss Eva Holman of Haystack visited her brother Mr Joe Hol man lasfweekI George Ware and wife of Bowen visited the formers par ents Mr and Mrs Wm Ware last week Miss Fannie Martin of Oat Creek is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Holmaii The little child of Dillard Bar nef died of typhoid fever a few days ago Miss Fannie Jackson returned from a visit to her sister Mrs OhaSvRupard at Pilot View last week I weekMiss I Miss Lou Wallace of Irvine visited lativeshere last week Frank Jackson of Madison county is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Qoerge Bush vis ited Mr and Mrs George Doug lass at Levee last week Mr and Mrs Fred Ware of Little Creek visited Mr and Mrs Charles Clark Sunday Richard Barnett went fox hunting a few nights ago and after a lively chase captured Mr Hey nard but in the struggle Mr Barnett received a right severe bite on the hand which has been quite sore since sinceLombard Lombard Rev John M McCalasters lit tle threeyearold boy died F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1904

tY THE I CLAY I ICITY TIMES I r 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sorronnling Country and Ourselves 11 Burgher Publisher YOLo 9I CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1904NO 411 SHOULD BE REVIVED It is to be regretted that the oldfashioned literary and debat ing society is becoming obsolete says an exchange The young men and women of the present day appear to have antipaty for this kind of entertainmenL In this they are making a grave error for training thus given will bo very valuable to them in later life when they will be called on to tako their responsibility for the successful conduct of the affairs of church and State Lit erary training supplements the work of the public schools and more teachers should have soci eties organized in their schools and assist the older young people in maintaining independent or ganizations in their various com munities Here Is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a large quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dross Ginghams and other goods...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1904

MANSFIELD BEST PATENT AND Mountain Lily The finest flours that can be made from choice Kentucky wheat scientifically milled on a modern roller flour mill They cook right bake right and taste right Ev ery sack guaranteed If they dont please get your money back FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING D McKinnoy and wife of Right Angle visited relatives at this place several days last week Eld J T Turpin was taken seriously ill with rheumatism Sunday and was not able to fill the stand at the Baptist church At M B Eubankssalo at this place Wednesday stock brought fair prices and there was spirited bidding Among the sales were the following One pair horse mules 14975 one mare 78 ono mare 0950 a colt for 8Q four yearling steers 70 one cow 20 and another brought 25 four suckling calves brought 35 one twohorse wagon 30 one sow and pigs 1025 fats hogs sold for 470 Household and kitchen furniture sold well Oorn in crib was taken down at 170 SHOE SHOP REAJOVED I have removed my shoe sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1904

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY DEO 8 1001 LOCAL BREVITIES i Circuit court adjourned at Stanton Monday Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes stud sizes The little child of D B Simp son died Sunday night It is reported that a movement is on foot to establish a newspa per at Stanton Mr Jell Douglass has moved from Mt Sterling to Levee his old home James Walters is quite ill of consumption at the home of his father near town r The tubes for the new bridge i have arrived and work is now progressing nicely J W Hall has sold out his I property and will shortly move to Glenavon 111 to Intake that iC place his future home ilr and Mrs Grant Elkin of Heidelberg are visiting the hat ters father Mr W A Iloskins near town J A good rain fell here Monday though not enough to increase the water supply to any great ex tent11Irs Mrs Jeff Douglass of Levee was here Wednesday to see her sister Miss Gracie Hutchinson who has had typhoid fever for sdTiTe time acid found her very much i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1904

Jeffersonville Mrs Elizabeth Leach has moved into her house lately occupied by Mr James Anderson Mrs Martha Martin Arnold and Mrs Pinkie Wilson visited Olay City last Friday on business We had rain Saturday and Saturday night sufficient to put out the fire in the mountains Mr and Mrs Abb Leach visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs G B Martin Sunday The writer visited and enjoyed the hospitality of the home of Mr and Mrs J D Stevens Satur day night and Sunday Mr James Oulberton has ad vertised all of his property for sale on December 18 He con templates going to Oregon Mr Audley Ware who has been confined to his room for some time is able to be out again we are glad to say Mr J T Richardson sold to to Mr Daniel Martin the farm known as the Kintly place one mile south of Jeffersonville for 250 250Mrs Mrs Nettie Manning of Ca margo visited the family of Mr G B Martin at this place Satur day night and Sunday and at tended meeting at Saints chapel Sunday For Sale A two story business ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 December 1904

r 1 i I FHEjCLAY J qITY TIMES > I i 1 t rI I I I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surro injiog Country and Ourselves 1 B Biirfllicr Publisher lA YOL9 CLAY CITY KY THtgSlDAY DECEMBER 15 1901 NO fiO Herc Is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a largo quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for CASH These good are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them No hore sufferln If you are troubled with indiges tion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few hotlles of it and it is the only thing that hap relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physi cians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of get ting some releif but Kodol Dys pepsia Cure is the only remedy that has d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 December 1904

Christmas ChristmasBaking Baking Calls for the best flour Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best Hours on the market They make the nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from the best wheat in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas cake It will not disap point you FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Mr Thos S McKinney has been quite ill of rheumatism for several days but is thought to be some better at this time Mr Henry Tuttle and Miss Dollie Christopher were married Wednesday afternoon the 1lth at the home of the officiating minister Rev B F Wright The bride is the daughter of Mr W T Christopher and is a popu lar and handsome young lady The groom is an industrious yOiing farmer and resides near this place Their many friends ex tend hearty congratulations and wish them much happiness The Weather Calendar The Chattanooga Medicine Co 1 the manufacturers of Wine of Carduri and Thedfords Black Draught have just issued the I 1905 e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 December 1904

n THE TIMES I I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY DEC 16 1004 LOCAL BREVITIES Nine flays till Christmas Mrs James Bloom is ill of stomach trouble Mr Thos McKinney is quite sick of rheumatism at his home at Spoutspring Spoutspring1r Mr and Mrs Robert Russell visited relatives in Winchester the latter part of last week I Born to Mr and Mrs Frank Daniel on the 8th a fine boy ElwoodOhristmas Ohristmas presents suitable for husband wife or sweetheart at W T Webbs i The Winchester Commercial Club has been organized and in corporated at Winchester with a capital of 500 Dr 0 H Williams left this week for a several days visit to his family at Caney Morgan county Mr W 0 Martin of Vinton was in town Tuesday He wil go to Louisville about the first of January to resume his studies at the Kentucky School of Medicine Many farmers complain of the hunters taking possession of their farms and preying upou their game Come in and have THE TIMES print notices agniht such 1 trespasses It only costs you 50 Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 December 1904

Jeffersonville Saturday was the roughest weather of the season Miss Ohloe Smith has been vis iting friends and relatives in Olarkcountv this week Mrs Mary Hammonds is at her stepdaughters Mrs Mary Reis senger in Mt Sterling and is so ill that there is but little hope for her recovery recoveryMrs Mrs Martha Martin Arnold is suffering intense pain in the jaw and side of the head the result of a tooth being pulled some duys ago Sage Isom Osborn and family spent Sunday at L G Wills Mr Joe Willoughby Jr went to Stanton Saturday on business Miss Ethel and Floyd Wills at tended church at Hawkins Branch Sunday Look out for Xmas little ones You had better be about writing your letter to oldSanta Mr W H Paynter of Means spent Saturday and Sunday at this place Elmer Dowuard and Charles Wilson went to Owingsville Mon day on business Misses Eva L and Lou E Wills returned home Monday from a visit with relatives near Spencer and Ewington in Mont gomery county THE TIMES and CourierJournal both one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 December 1904

R 1 j f i J C < J I F l 7 lt 1 0 A Jr 6e 1 e f 5 Y < 1 i jt I 1 7 1 11i Nf I I rj if J t < 7 u i Jt THE i 1 I CLAY r 1 fE It > f TTY TflTES ii r < > I 1 f 1 r i < o t > i rL f I f I > 50 Cents a Year In dn ej Wear bert to help Clay Cityibe sVrfonndiDg Country and Ourselves I L E Dumber 1iiblfsher ti = 1 51I Here Is Vour Chahce 0 Shimfessel has a large quan I I tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for nASH These goods are season able and wilt not last long at the price he is selling them No lore Suffering If you are troubled with indiges tion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure and see > flOw quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer bt says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almosthopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Care was recommended and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me < Would not be without it Have doctored with local physi cians and also a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 December 1904

ChristmasBaking Calls for the best flour Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best Hours on the market They make the nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from the best wheat in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas cake It will not disap point you FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky Powell County Court December term 5th day of Decem ber 1004 J A Webb etc on Petition vs Powell County CountyFINAL FINAL ORDER This day came the petitioners herein nnd produced the petition herein which as appears of record on the older book oL this court were filed on the 12th day of No ember 1904 There being a peti tion for each and every voting pre tins uvcllcountJJ which peti tion asks the judge of this court at the next regular term of this court after said petitions were tiled with the judge as aforesaid to make an order on his order book directing the sheriff of Powell county to open a poll in euch und every voting pre cinct in Powell county on the 14th da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 December 1904

tHE TIMES = I tAN ALL HOMEMADE pAPER = THURSDAY DEO 22 1004 r r = LOCAL BREVITIES THE TIMES would make a nice Christmas present for your friend T B Ware and 0 0 Curtis isS of Virden were in the city Tues day on business Desha Breckmridge has bought the Morning Democrat and will consolidate that paper with the Lexington Herald James FMcKinney and H F Christopher two leading citizens of Spoutspring were here Tuesday day transacting business James Fay of Frenchburg was the guest of his uncle Eld J A Webb Sunday of last week There are two commissioner gales advertised in this issue Read them and go to Stanton the 1st Monday and buy you a farm A P Steele has gone to Mor ristown Tenn on a quail hunt ing expedition and to bo the guest of Mr Swann of the Swann I Day Lumber Company John Ware who has been on a sojourn in Illinois and Kansas for some time came homo lastI week to attend the bedside ofIng his father Rev D P Ware Mr Killes Ware of Marshfield < Ind was summoned home to at I ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 December 1904

Pine Ridge 4 of n M Guy of Indian Fields was here Monday on business Several from here attended Dock Coopers sale Luther Niblack bought of Luther Martin a horse for 05 Niblack Bros sold Aldridge Walden nine 800pound heifers at 810 per hundred The sale of Dock Cooper was well attended Among the sales are the following Two horses 80 and 110 cows 80 to 88 steers 84 calves 12 to 15 fod der 15 cents corn 2 hay 7 and 8 stack geese 115 to 100 per pair Farming implements sold well Jeffersonville Messrs James and Calvin Wil y and families have moved to Indiana x IndianaMiss Miss Mildred Smith who has been on a visit to relatives and friends in Illinois since August has returned home Mr Thomas Centers of Powell county was the guest of Mr G B Martin on Sunday night He was on his way to Mt Sterling court Mr James Culberton had a sale on Tuesday of this week He contemplates starting to Oregon next Monday to make that place his future home Rev John Ware of near Wares Chapel was summoned to tho be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 December 1904

i M rrHE ULA OTTT TIMES T 1 I Ii J + t i i 5Q Cents o Year in Advance We are here to kp Clay Citjvtlie Surrounding Country and Oorselteit f B UurQhcr Iulilislicr I f VOJ p CLAY OlTyj THURSDAY DECEMBER 29 1904 NO 52 Bridge Completed f The new iron highway bridge at Waltersvillo which has heen under construction for the past I several weeks is now completed and before our readers receive this paper the last nail will be driven in theffloor This is one stroke of enterprise our present council may well be proud of being the first of I our city fathers to ever venture at so large an undertaking and f more especially should they Be proud for so having managed it financially as to be able to pay all cash for the bridge except ing about400 0J which will be met out of next years assess ment I Sim Dezarn Pardoned Sim Decani of Estill county who is serving a term in the pen itentiary was pardoned this week by GoV Beckham lIe was the man who first told Warden Lili and of the plot of Wallace Bis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 December 1904

nf Christmas OhristrnaBaking Baking I Calls for the best flour Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best flours on the market They make the nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from the best whoa t in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas cake It will not disap point you I FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky Powell County Court December term 5th day of Decem ber 1904 J A Webb etc on Petition vs Powell County CountyFINAL FINAL ORDER tIbis day came the petitioners herein and produced the petition petitionI J Ison the order book of this court Ay e filed on the 12th day of No o tV i 1904 there being a p ti lti a ifr each and every voting pre v u Nc in Powell county which yeti Jtjon asks the judge of this court nt the next regular term of this court J after said petitions were filed with the judge as aforesaid to make an order on his order book directing t the sheriff of Powell county to open t a poll in each and every voting pre 1 l oinct in Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 December 1904

c tHE TIMES r VYN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY x DEC 20 1004 LOCAJ BREVITIES Oharles W Groves came home lopend Christmas I A Happy and a Prosperous Nipw Year to all our readers rG Oraddock the veteran newspaper man of Paris is dead I Master Commissioner Romulus Jackson was in the city Monday on business I The TIMES would make just as good a NeW Years gift as it would a Christmas gift When you think our job work doesnt please come around and see what a quantity ot it we get to do donumber A number of the boys got boo jyjy Saturday afternoon Christ inas Eve and a few of them got jailed Dorris Mizo who is attending schooll at Grand View Tenn is spending Xmas with home folks cot Eld S F Thompson will co duct special New Year service at the Baptist church at Bowen Sunday Mrs R L Shimfessel of Vaughns Mill visited hersister Mrs D 0 Bloom Monday and Tuesday v i t Christmas day coming on Sun t dav the bank and postoffico dos t y l on Monday observing this M as a legal holiday C attorney Henr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 December 1904

SPOUT SPRING Christmas seems to be passing oil in the usual quiet manner Marion McKinney came home Saturday to spend the holidays Benny McKinney has sold his farm near this place to Eld G W McIntosh of Irvine for 4 00000 Posession March 1st Eld McIntosh will move to his new farm soon as he obtains poses sion This farm is one of the best in Estill county and is a bargain at the money Benny McKinney has bought 100 acres of bluegrass land and will move to same March 1st We regret to lose such good neighbors as Mr McKinney but are glad to know that his place will be filled by Brother Mom tosh than whom there is no bet ter citizen in Estill county George 1asley of this place while working for a largo farmer inMontgomery county lost all of his clothing except what he had on one night last week when the gentlemans house burned up The house was ignited by a match struck by two boys up stairs but with all the heroic offorts of the young men the fire could not be extinguished from the begin n...

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