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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 January 1905

F S I S S I t I I 1 l 1 THE CLAY ICITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves S 1 E Burgher Publisher t t t YOLo 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY h 1905 NO J 5 School Book Firm Loses Big Damage Case Prof WO Turner county su perintendent secured a big hit when the jury returned a verdict of 10000 against the Hand Mc Nally Co publishers of Chica go for alleged breach of contract for failing to furnish in Barren county school books as good in binding printing eetas the sam ples filed in the office of tho State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion at Frankfort A motion was mode by the defendant for a new trial which was overruled and the caso will go to the Court of Appeals More Business for Clay Cityw Comp p pony is moving all of their ma I chinery from Ilidgewood to this city and will connect it with their planing mill The machin cry4p iprisG8 a quantity of stave machinery as well nssaw mill material The new industry will ...

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. — 5 January 1905

I Christmas ChristmasBaking Calls for the best j flour = I i Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best flours on the market They make th o nicest whitest cakes and pastries 1 because they are milled from tho best wheat in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas Bake V It will not disap point you FOR SALE BY E Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Sunday is regular preaching day at the Baptist church AV J Christopher was in III vine Monday on business I Benny McKinney made a trip to his Clark county Arll1 the first of the week W J Christopher Jr return ed Saturday from nn extended visit to relatives at Ford Clark m county r t Ri II Curtis has V moved thisJ week to his farm on the riverI and has also inoyod his store Mr Curtis is a good merchantS and a citizen whom we regret to lose from our town x l Mr Marion MoKinncy rind Miss Nannie Christopher both well known young people of tins place r were married at the residence of the ofliciating minister Elder B Frank Wright Thursd...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 January 1905

Y I THE TIMES 1 A AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER = THURSDAY JAN 5 1005 LOCAL BREVITIES Today is Old Christmas day Pay your subscription to the bridge fund The blizzard has struckus a gain this week in rough style Several of our citizens attend ed County Court at Stanton Mon flayWe We have had several nice days the past week and plenty of rough weather too Newton Puckett and family 1 I of Lexington visited relatives on Hurdwicks creek last week Whats the matter boys The i holidays have past and not a sin gle wedding in our city to re port J J Curry formerly of this city has moved from Oharles I town W Va to Paris Bourbon county a countyMrs Mrs Ourry and daughter Mrs J G Easter aro visiting rela 1 tives in Bourbon and Nicholas counties The new bridge has been thor oughly inspected by our citizens and is pronounced by every one to be all right Owensboro is to have another 1 large wagon factory with an out put of 25000 wagons annually The capital stock is 250000 Mr John W Henry our pho i tograph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 January 1905

1 Kimbrell Gus Clem sold to Jo Tuttle two 100 pound hogs at 350 per hun Bred Mrs James Barnes who has been very sick the past week is soine hotter David Larison visited his daughter Mrs William Powell on Millers creek last week Ed King and Mr Horton of Clark county were through this vicinity last week looking for 4 cattleGentry Gentry Stone have moved their engine from this place to Irvine to do some work for Jas A Wallace WallaceSnow Snow Creek Xmas passed off quietly here F P Lowry of Winchester was here the first of the week on business Thos Ogen Jr returned back to West Bend Monday to finish his school schoolRev Rev Culton preached at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday to a good sezed crowd A S Vivian and wife of Kidd ville visited friends and relatives here last week Harrison Williams of Copperf as Creek visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday J D Kerr purchased of Win Lowrv three calves for 24 00 j al so one of Thomas Ogden Sr for 8 00 00W W R Vivion of Mt Sterling spent the latter...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 January 1905

F TIlE CLAY 1 r a CITY y TIME S 1 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay CityHhe SorronnJing Country and Ourselves T E BurQher Publisher VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY Jf JANUARY 32 1905 NO2 Council Meeting The Clay Oity met at the coun cil chamber on Wednesday Jan 4 with the mayor absent and all councilmen present Dr Little page was chosen mayor pro tern Minutes of previous meetings were read and approved The following bills were al lowed Champion Bridge Company 2000 00 SwannDay Lumber Co 113 70 A E Barnott fe Son 140 03 I James McRoberts 6 03 Loveland Garrett 0 40 Win Mountz Sr 200 J W Ham 107 45 AP Johnson 6300 J E Burgher 0 00 A E Barnett S Son 8 72 SwannDay Lumber Company 80 00 John D Atkinson 10 00 Charlie Anderson CO 00 The marshals report was read and received The Clerks report was also receivedThe The committee of the whole to accept the bridge was discharged and their action in accepting the bridge approved Theclerk was instructed to collect the subscription to ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 January 1905

L Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour anil the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best f Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend of Mansfields Flour 11 C MANSFIELD S SON Rosalyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING IiJnmes F McKinney is below this week Tommy Christopher was below last week 01 business Eld B S Burgher of near Winchester was here the last of the week on business W ii Christopher Jr return ed Saturday from a visit to friends in Montgomery county Henry Winburn has been ap pointed post master at this place in the place of R H Curtis re signed James F McKinney bought of H F Christopher four steers av erage weight 650 pounds at 83 ce...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 January 1905

srTHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER = THURSDAY JAN 121005 LOCAL BREVITIES N R Swope was up the road Monday on business Rev R A Irvin city assessor r is taking lists this week EM B S Burgher of Win chester was here Saturday and MondayMerchant Merchant W Q Patrick of Kimbrell was here Monday on business I businessElder Elder B F Wright of Spout Spring was in the city Tuesday on business businessJames James H Grow of Spout Spring was transacting business in the city Monday Quite a number have had their I property raised by the Board of Supervisors the past week 1 The new bank has opened at Stantou and is said to have very flattering prospects for success I q W E Heflin one of Powells E leading farmers has sold his large crop of tobacco for 9J cents r M straight I See change in Mansfields flour advertisement in this issue and buy a sack of Best Patent It gives satisfaction Attorney John D Atkinson Merchant P A Faulkner and Sheriff Thos Boone of Stanton r were in the city Tuesday The Breat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 January 1905

Kimbrell John W Tattle attended Coun ty Court at Irvine last Monday Mrs Thomas Winburn visited relatives on Nolands Creek last week Mrs Belle Burgher and chil dren visited her sister Mrs W G Patrick several days last week weekKinnoy Kinnoy and Lillie Harris and their cousin Maly Burton were visiting their grandmother Mrs Mary McKinney and other rela tives near Virden the first of the week Genet 1 Clifton Holmes and wife of Lombard visited relatives hero the latter part of the week Jim McCoy who has been working on Little Sinking Leo county returned home Saturday Mr W T Huff and his son John G left one day last week for Bryant Wis to make that place their future home Mrs Gonnio Mullins of Lom bard and Miss Ida Mullins of this place were guests of V 0 Martin and family Sunday North Bend Thos Welch was a business visitor on North Fork Friday The matrimonial market in the Bend isvery dull at present Miss Annie Welch visited Ma ry Jane Welch and family Sun day dayPeter Peter Day of Wolfo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1905

1 1 ThE CLAY CITY TIMES l > J f 50 Cents a Year In Advance > We are here to help Clay City the SnrrounJing Country and OurselvesT E Burgher Publisher yr VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 39 1905 NO d u FIRE IN CLAY CITY i r JJpper Story of the Red River Hotel In Ruins J I The Heroic Wprk of Firemen Saved V Adjoining Buildings At nine oclock Tuesd ly morn ° ing the fire alarm was sounded in Our quiet little city and it was discovered that the Red River Hotel was in an almost solid mass of flames on the second floor Just moll the fire managed to get such a headway undetected will hover be kiiowii The alarm wrought hundreds of citizens as well its the hose from the water forks which was soon throwing I two large streams of water it the upper story For a time it seem ed as if though the building r ti would entirely consumed and spread to the adjoining buildings the barber shop and M Roses store For quite Awhile our un C trained but most jefiective fire men fought the stubborn f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1905

j7 t iGuar Your health by using PURE flou r t only Thu most healthlul cereal preparation flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS the fin est flour made but wo dont expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single sack We know I t will be enough to make you la firm i fast friend of Mansfields Flour K C MANSFIELD SON II I Ilos lyn Ky FOR SALE BY t E MAXWELL Clay City yf SPOUT SPRING Tom Barnett has moved to his fathers farm near this place We regret to learn that Boss Barnott has decided to sellout here and move to Illinois in the SpringThosAcEinuoy ThosAcEinuoy who has been down with rheumatism for some weeks is now improving very nicely under the proficient treat i ms Johnny Wright moved Tues day to his fathers old place on 1 t ntr wicks creek Dave White will move to the Gravott place where Mr Wright mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1905

Yc 1 n f < j i TO TIMES 1 ftN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER p j SHPRSDAY JAN 10 1005 r ° VLQOAL BREVITIES o4r < r > Mrs Franlcv Daniel has been liiite sick with foyer k f x W S jNiblhck of Vinchester < was here Monday on business L A J LePago with Straub L Mnchiti Jr cry Co of Cincinnati was here Friday v R L Tipton has bought the j B Kimbrell place near town ftir 450 c < l t oI v Mrs T N Daniel of Winches i t vrer visited relatives in the city last week < L J L J I T 50 W Easter has bought of G > Wl Wells a small place two miles vest of the city for 200 ± i Editor T N Morrow of tho a ° iTackgoii Hustler was in the city v Tuesday and gave its a call drug druggist fgist of Midway was hero Tuesday > with his father on business i1V SnniIT 11 Niblack sold n i house and lot in the westernpart of town to Tom Edge for 20000 cash cashMrs Mrs Martha Billis wife of 1 I Richard Bellis flied in Meclmn iusvillc Tliursdav of onnsuiji tion Burial near Irvine Sn ardIlY Marshal A p John...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1905

c last Friday Lin Vivion of Snow Greek was in our midst Saturday Prof Robt Berryman com menced school at Rabbittown last Monday The sale of W G Everman de ceased was well attended A mong the sales were Two mules 7000 one ow f 30 00 one wag on 12 50 farming iraplimonts and household goods sold well Theriale of P N Bush deceas ed vwfs largely attended and fair prices obtained Milch cows and calves from 25 to 84 j two cows + cowsx18 x18 50 and 24 two steer calves 13 00 each thirtysix hogs 4 to 425 one buggy mare 76 00 i oats 115 per hundred bundle i fodder 14 cents a sock house hold goods and farming imple ments brought fair prices Vaughns Mill It Sam Wells sold a pairof mules at Mt Sterling Monday for l 210 Mr Geo Bush and wife were guests 6f his father A P Bush 1 Friday night Messrs O W Barnett and G W Clark are filling their ice Houses this week Soldier Hardy started to Mt Sterling Tuesday with a load of geese and turkeys Mr and Mrs Bob Henry visited ed the latters mother Mrs Ma ry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1905

C Y I Y HE CLAY CITY TIMES 2 50 Cents a I Year In Advance We are hereto hfelp Clay City the SnrroanJing Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Iuljlisher o J t Y < VOL 10 OLAY CITY KT THURSDAY JANUARY 2G 1905 NO4 i Ladles Aid Society The ladies of the Christian y 4 church met Saturday afternoon Jan 21 and organized a Ladies Aid Society and the following officers were elected h Mesdames Amanda Walters President Lou Groves Vice VicePresident President j Pinkie Swope Secre tary Nannie Easter Treasurer The other active members are Mesdames Margaret Fletch eir Pinkie Shimfessel Mattie Moore Font Searcy Permelia McPherson Lizzie Herron A manda Burgher Fannie W Will iams Misses Margaret Groves Ada Johnson and Maudo Phil lips I Marriage Announcement > The marriage is announced for February 7th of R B Swope of Powell county and Miss Nancy Raybprn of Montgomery county The marriage will take place at the residence of the brides fath er T J Ray horn near Kiddville Rev Richard French willoffici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1905

kT 1 nard E Tour health by using PURE flour only The moot healthlul car sal preparation is flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELD S Best Patent and Mountain Lily I Milled by water power from t 110 very best selected wheat on a m Ill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS js the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to take tour word for it We do ask you however to try just one single sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend of Mansfields Flou r R MANSFIELD SON Rosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Saturday was Lodge day at this place with the usual attend ance nnceJ J H Dawson of Right Angle > vas over Saturday on a business mission Benny McKinney sold to El 1 der George W Mcintosh a I bunch of nice yearling steers 1 weight about 600 pounds at fif teen dollars per head 1 Mr and Mrs D + McKinney vis ited the formers daughter Mrst Earnest Elkin near here Satur y day and Sunday Mrs McKinney was taken quite sick Saturday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1905

fry fryTRE TIMES ESI Ik A ALL IIOME MADE PAP R > THURSDAY JAN 20 1005 1 J i tOGAL BREVITIES f Born to tho wife of Gip Giisin li Ithe 23rd a SOil Zero weather is with ngain It was four below yesterday morn 0I J I g f f q S W Russell of Louisville t inns in the city the first of the t > week week151r Roset of Jackson are Visiting relatives in the city < I r Ed Warmouth has moved to iT rre Haute Ind to residoin W tike future J Mesdhnes AP Steele and J F Cox visited friends in Lexing J ton Friday r Bliss Byrning of Saganaw Mich is the guest of Miss Isa Belle McCormick < The sixmonthsold child of + Bill Bellis Jr died in this city VinSunday night with hives Vin i MBorn to Win Mansfield and f wife at Rosslyn Ky January 20 jjjvbqy Reuben Lynwood t t i G 1V1 Everman 11 B Eu Vbtiiik aria elIjggof Right An i gie were in the city Friday on i Business v BusinessMiss I 1 M I 1 > Miss Mattie Faulkner of Bow 1 en and Miss May Hanks of Loin c Mjurd are paying Mrs D R Dan iel an exten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1905

r j Irvine James Wilburn of Ford is vis iting here this week Lud Witt of Levee attended the funeral of his sisterinlaw Mrs Nova Witt Saturday Dudley Alexander who has been confined to his bed for sometime time we regret to say is no bet ter Mrs Nova Witt wife of H 11 Witt who has been confined to her bed for the past ten months died at her home on Cow Creek Jan 20 of consumption The bereaved family have qur warm est sympathy She was ti mem ber of the Baptist church and a faithful worker and was loved by all who knew her Sams Corn is selling nt2 60 per bar rel here hereWe We are having some nice win ter weather weatherBorn Born to Mrs Pies McIntosh t Friday a fine girl Pies is all smilesBenny Benny McKinney of Spout Spring was here Saturday on business yMiss Lizzie Elkin visited her rother Cyrus at Iron Mound 1 the past week Peter Mountz of Hardwick Creeek was in our midst Mon day on business I Parties are all the go with the youngsters here TheY seem to have one every night Miss Dor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1905

r r p I l t i THE < CLAY j CITY TIMES 0 I r > I L 50 Ccnts a Year in Advance i We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country anj Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher yo 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1005 NO5 Back Broken 11Vill Hall of Upperjlardwicks Greek happened to a very seri ous injury Tuesday getting his spinal column broken or unplac ob Ho was running some stray sheep from his farm when one gothung in a cliff He went to free the sheep taking hold of it when the sheep gave a lunge loosing itself and jumping over the cliff with Air Hall clinched onto its fleece The sheep killed itself and injured Air Hall us stated above The wounded man lay on the cold snow covered ground for four hours calling for I help before any one heard himi Wo hove not learned whethen it thought his injuries will prove i ltlilor not Air Hall is a broth er to Airs Harvey Carr of this city t i Arrested in Estlll On last Thursday night City Marshal Lunsford and Sheriff Garrett arrested Huron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1905

c Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to tako our word for it Wo do ask you however to try just one single sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm I fast friend of Mansfields Flour n C MANSFIELD S SON Rosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Henry Tuttle and wife visited relatives here last week Jeff Douglas of Levee visited relatives here two days of last week weekJohn John Adams will have a sale I and move to Illinois in a fewI weeks where he expects to reside in the future Tom Barnett has decided to sellout and move to Illinois where he expects to make his future home rTfceVl Curtis > has rented the 1 Spry farm near this place and will move to same in a few weeks Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1905

4 i < 0 THE TTMEQillVlEO I i PAfRRi jTHURSDAY FEB 2 1005 LOOAL BREVITIES j Smallpox has developed in ut Hfirdin and Trigg counties > hailingf i iII te been in session quite a lit tie this winter Mr Crow a special pension ex aminer of Washington was hera t last claims yeek looking lifter some old t 0 0 Eaton has gone to Bony er Hills Overton county Tenn whore he has a good position in the timber business Ia Dr Irvin reports the birth of < twin girls to Mrs Geo W Pow qll in this city Saturday the 2Sth aweighing 10i and 0 pounds The L E road will build n new depot at Torrent to cost 2 shoo to tnkethe place of the one recently burned at that place tl Cape1 M Thoinasof Paris owner of the largo saw and plan log nulls at Ford is very low and 1 his death is expected at any ° time The firemen at Mt Sterling > Mast Wednesday night was hand t icapped with frozen hydrant I will cl au sed a loss of fully 100 1 00000 I Flf Stone a leading citizen of Right Angle was in the city Monday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1905

v Irvine V V Corn is selling at 250 per bar rel here I hereWo We are having some f fine win ter weather It is good on the ice men Dr J A Land of Panola Madison county visited his pa rents here this week Mrs Rhoda Smothers and chil dren are visiting her father Dud ley Alexander here this week Betlie May the twelve months old child of Mr and Mrs James R Witt died Jan 28 on Cow Creek The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community The remains were laid to rest in the family bury ing groundI I groundNorth North Bend Mrs A J Friend is on the sick list R B Smith has recovered from his recent spell x 00 Ewen was a visitor at Stanton last week James Conlee transacted busi ness at Stanton Saturday Pink Welch has about recover ed from his recent sick spell Rev James Kirk was a busi ness visitor on North Frok Fri claya dayP P H Ewen and wife John Stephens and wife and Miss An nie Welch visited Wm Coulee and wife Sunday R 0 Welch has accepted a po sition with J M Hansons News pap...

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