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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1905

I I i THE CLAY ICITY TIMES I 50 Cehts n Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCityihe Surrounding Country nd Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher y VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1905 NO 6 o c Oyster Supper I The ladies of the Ladies Aid Society for the Iresbyterian church will give a Valentine Oyster Supper at the Gymnasium the 14th for the benefit of the now Presbyterian church Oys ter will be served in every form Goand take your lady with you mid enjoy the evening as well as to help a worthy cause CampbellShea At LexingtonWednesday Feb ruary 1 the Elder It L Farriss officiating Prof 0 W Camp hell of this city was quietly married to MissLoula Shea Prof Campbell is principal of the city shool hero and is a wellknown minister of the Christian church The bride is a daughter of Simon Shea of Lexington Prof Camp bell met Miss Shea last May while attending college in Lex ington The Fayette Traction Compa ny will build the interurban e lectric line from Lexington to Versailles havi...

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. — 9 February 1905

Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour and the most healthful Hour is MAXSFJELDS 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 take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single wick We know It will be enough to make you u firm fast friend of Mansfields Flour It C MANSFIELD SON Kosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E IyIAXWELL Clay City Ky ClayCityKyeSPOUT SPOUT SPRING Jas F McKinney returned Tuesday from a business triP below The Clay City Roller Mills Co has bought of B Barnett a lot of corn at 2 50 per barrel deliv ered Elder Geo W McIntosh has moved to the farm ho recently bought of Benny McKinney Elder McIntosh is a good citizen and we cheerfully welcome him into our midst amd i amdBerry Berry Barnett will have a sale Thursday February 23rd and move to Ford county Illinois Among th...

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. — 9 February 1905

THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FEB fI 1005 LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Ratio Tiptnn hOB entered school at Grand View Tenn Miss Bertha Maple is visiting friends in Louisville this week Floyd Wills of Sage was transacting business in the city Monday MondayThere There is spine talk of organ izing a local tribe of Red Men in this city T D Hall of Petra Bracken county is visiting relatives in the county countyMiss Miss Luln Derickson attended the ConleeCooper wedding near Winchester A p Next Tuesday is St Valentine day See Littlepage Son for all kinds of Valentines o T J Kirk has moved from the e bottom to the rooms over his < I store house on Sixth ave Ed Gilbert has moved to Lex ington where he has a position > with the Ll E railroad Judge Jas W Lilly of War saw Gallatin county is here spending a few days with his friends Judge D D Sublet of Ma gollin county is a prospective candidate for Congress in this district Subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturalist are being claim e...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1905

Genet t Zero weather H Hutton of Kosslyn was here this week Jim Reed was a guest of G A Crabtree Sunday Mrs Belle Martin is visiting friends at Knox this week Ben F Morton visited at Green Adams the latter part of the weekWeed Weed Adams of near Bowen is visiting V Q Martin this weekfd Mrs Nannie Huff of Xena was a guest at J P Crabtrees Monday The little son of 0 B Hatton is very ill at this writing and it is thought that he will not re cover C 0 Fletcher tho hickory dealer will move his saw mill thisweek to Frozen Creek Breath ttcounty countyProf Prof Ira Profliit of Xena be gan subscription school at Chop Chestnut Monday with a large attendance The dwelling of 0 B JLitton was burned last Friday together with all the household and kitch en furniture furnitureThe The school at this place closed on January 28th Speeches and dialogues made up the program which was well acted actedRed Red Top Vaughns Mill Miss Pollie Bush was the guest of Miss Madgo Gravett Saturday night Born to Mr a...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1905

4 r 1 THE L r CLAY J CITY TIMES I JJ 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrronDJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher a YQL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1905 NO 7 Burned to Death Miss Minnie Watson the pop ular nineteenyearold daughter of Hon Henry Watson was hor ribly burned at the home of her father in Mt Sterling Tuesday morning and died yesterday even ing She was standing with her back to the grate when her dress caught fire Her clothing was burned from her body and the flesh fell off in some places Mr Watson her father is overcome with grief The girls mother died only u few months since College Burned Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning with all its con tents The loss is 75000 with insurance of 20000 It was the official school of Methodists of Kentucky The building was erected in 1891 + Pinevillo wentdry by a vote t of 238 to 58 I The freight depot at Glasgow was destroyed by fire > the los...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1905

Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is femur and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on n mill that If mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est Hour made but we dont expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single pack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend of Mansfields Flour B C MANSFIELD SON ReisiiynKy I FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING W J Christopher Jr will lo cote in Lexington Reuben Tipton was in Win chester Friday on a business mission Wo are proud to learn that Sam Wells is thinking of locat ing in our town Tommy Christopher visited dear friends in Clark county Sat urday and Sunday Henry Tuttle of Fox was the guestrof his fatherinlaw W J Christopher Saturday t Marion McKinney and wife of Lexinton visited relatives hero from Friday until Tues day dayA A Mr Monroe of...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1905

< S2 > ME + TIMES > I ANAJL HOMEMADE PAPER J 1 1905c i LOCAL BREVITIES t The hog on ice Vas not so inde pendent after all last week 7 GB Martin of Jellersonvillo r 1 wits here Tuesday transacting business businessThe The coal man can smile not but it will bo the ice mans time inn few months monthsLittlepage > Dr Littlepngo reports the 1 birth of a fine son to Pete Wells on Hard wicks creek t J J Curry and wife of Dour m bon county arrived hero Tues day to visit relatives a few days 4The recent cold weather com pelted every plant in the city to I close down except the flour mill t f There is one thing good about the prevailing blizzard one can I turn around without falling down Miss Lillie Ware daughter of 4i Times Ware Esq former sheri I < t of Powell is very sick at timk t jWrItlll 7 W W Hall who was recently 1Ho seriously injured on hart 1 + y wicks creek is getting better and will recover j f < Prof P A Thomson former ji ly principal of the Clay City Oityt t j c...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1905

Darlngsv lIe Reuben Tipton was at Win tshester Tuesday on business Misses Florence and Ethel Tip ton of Clay City visited Mrs H II Ourtis Sunday Sundayt has rented the G W Wells farm and will nove the first of March Jasper Todd of Olark county visited relatives here from Sat urday until Monday J 11 White who has been ne sick for the past week we are sorry to say is no better at this i writing writingMarion Marion McKinney and wife of Lexington were the guests of Mr and Mrs RII Ourtis Fri day night Levi Curtis has sold his Turn to G W Wells for 825 and rout ed the Spry farm and will move to same at once Jeffersonville ° 1Mr G B Martin riiadda busi ness trip to Powell county on Friday FridayGoing Going to meeting just low is about all the going that is going on here now Mrs Mary Hammond who has been reported in tho TiJiKS as quite SIC III Two Mormon Elders are tit tending the Assembly meeting 1 are giving good attention There is an assembly meeting in progress nt Saints Chapel with fa...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1905

r 1I r i I f 1 t < I ji TlIE TIMESs I i f 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher + 1 VOL lO OLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1905 NO 8 We Havent the Room When in Lexington one tiny last week we were approached by a business man who wanted tocome to Clay City and locate a line modern uptodate store t and said he had been inquiring I about a house hero and said he was informed there wasnt room for any more business here Just so we havent an empty business house in the city but we have room for more houses and more business too Wo hope to see some enterprising persons build a number of houses in the city this spring both for business and dwellings for they are certainly 1 needed badly 1 New Paper at Stanton TJios Ogden Jr has leased the Powell County News outfit at Stanton and will begin the pub lication of the Powell County Tribune the first of March Mr Ogden has nut yet decided wheth er he will make his...

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. — 23 February 1905

Guard I Your health by using PURE flou only The most healthful cerea preparation is flour and the moat healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mil that i1 mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est flour made but we dont oxpec 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 R C MANSFIELD tC SON Rosslyhj Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd spent Sunday with friends in Clay City Moses McKinney came home from near Mt Sterling Saturday Aunt Martha Harris is quite sick at hcr home near thu placeBenny Benny McKinney moved Fri day to his new farm in Clark countyCharlie Charlie Crow will leave in a few weeks for Illinois to resii1 ill the future Judge Jas W Lilly of War saw was here this week writing life poicies Eld Geo W McIntosh wus in Clark county the last of the week...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1905

h t ss J s Iv 1 1 4 i 1 iT < THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i e vTHUHSDAYFEB 20 1905 BREVITIESi I xA D Snowden will put up aI I planing mill at Irvine IJ Chas Scott Gen Pass Agt L Ewas in tho city Saturday The young folks hada grand hop in the Gymnasium Hall last anight nightMiss Miss Grace Russell of Louis I ville is the guest of Miss Bertha r Maple this week We are now having much i warmer weather together will I plenty of mud Judge J W Lilly has written 1 several life policies in this vicin ity the past week Mrs Nichoson attended the fu neral of Miss Minnie Watson at 1 Mt Sterling Friday Hon 0 B Hill exsecretary of State was up from Winches ter Friday on business J A Sampson a leading tim ber man of Eestern Kentucky was in tIcity yesterday Yesterday was Washingtons birthday and the same was ob c served here onlyby the post 0office and bank Mr arid Mr J 0 Fitchof I Lexington arrived here yester f day Mrs Fitch will visit her relatives here for several days t By a recent deci...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1905

T J d D rIng ville Mrs 1L II Curtis jms been sick the past week Mrs Reuben Tipton is quite sick at this writing Everett Wells is working on I Taint creek this week James Smothers of Clay City visited here Sunday John Adams visited Levi Cur tis one night last week Miss Ida Wells is attending the Clay City Graded School Mr J M White who has been very sick is slowly improving Mr and Mrs G W Wells via ited relatives at Clay City Fri day We are very sorry to state that Mrs Albert McIntosh of Vir den is very sick James Walters who has beer I sick for the past few months is no better at this writing Sams We have had sonIC severe win ter here There is a lot of sickness in this neighborhood John D Wiseman is visiting at Kirksville this week Mr and Mrs Jqe Tiittlo visit ed the latters parents Mr and Mrs James Curtis Sunday Mrs W S McIntosh we are sor ry to say is no better She has lost her eye sight and is in very bad health Mis Handy Wills of Iron Mound was the pleasant guest of her cousin M...

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

c f p r j il i S I I I a > 7 < 7 t t THE I CLAY I CITY TIMES d < 50 Cents a i Year In Advaaw We are here to help clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher a YOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 2 1905 NO 9 Some Proposed New Entreprises The Clay City Commercial Club has decided to confer with the Business Mens Club atMt Sterling in regard to the propos ed hew pike connecting the two citiesMt Sterling has sho ru an interest in Powell county and Clay City by contributing liber ally for bur new bridge and now they want to help make us a pike to that city There seems to us to be but die way to get this pro posed new road and that is for Montgomery county to finish the pike which is now completed to Levee on to the top of Black creek hill and then let the citi zens and business men of Mt Sterling construct the pike from the hill to Clay City In this way the road can be built and in our opinion no other The posi tion Mt Sterling makes is that we make the ...

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. — 2 March 1905

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 waterpower from the very best selected wheat on a mill that if 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 I fast friend of I Mansfields Flour R 0 MANSFIELD SON Rosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWEL L Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING James F McKinney is below this week on business J Lyman King and son J W King old residents of this place visited relatives here last week W J Christopher has decided to quit the goods business and will close out at once his stock of goods at this place At Berry Barnetts sale last Thursday articles of every de scription sold at high prices Corn in the crib brought 250 per barrel v J W Adams and family Char I lie Crow and family Osc...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 March 1905

c S c Si Y Y lF x r jAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER d i + I t THURSDAY hMJR 2 1005 f9 Sr f LOCAL BREVITIES 1 1IJ1 > forelL i we must have it I < > Wm Morton of Bowen was 1 yesterdayi M > W V B BB yr Warm f Weather a little rain s 1 nnd always plenty of mud W R Cassidy was in Lexing 7 r ktot yesterday on business thet t roads improve around Clay City 1ir < Born to George Stokleiv and t r wife Monday February 27th a 2soit 12 soil lr soilStop nnd think reader what you are doing toward building up counht the family of Dr 0 H Will j iams have joined him here and will go to housekeeping soon o < dMr and Mrs J M Highley of rVauglinsDlillvisited Mrs High tt leys father 00 Daniel Tues i lily A Our school ip progressing nice t ly and all the patrons that can ha pleased are well pleased with Ir is workings 1 J The new bridge is the pride of the town and now we want a pike Jlrc and we believe we can get it hetpuRI < There has been a small tide in the river again this week but not t ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 March 1905

< Virden Mrs Bettie overman is slowly improving improvingOO OO Curtis is very sick with malaria fever G D Gook will SOoir have his mill in operation Cleveland Sons left last week to make his hoirie in Illinois Thero is no improvement in the health of Mrs Albert McIn tosh t Everett Sons was in Winches ter a few days last week on bus iness iuessWe We are sorry to say there is on change in the health > of Amanda AbneyI Mrs D 0 Morehejid visited her mother Mrs Ras Fisher Monday < Mrs J D Groves of Scott county visited her brother 0 0 Curtis last week Snow Creek Thos Qgden Sr will move to Stanton this week Several families at this place are down with laprippo Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday Thomas Crow has rented and moved totheOhas Dawson place Jack Parker bought of George Gravettrone young horse for 75 50 Dr Lockhart of Kiddville was here last week to see the sickThomas Thomas Vivien sold to a Mt Sterling party one nice mare for 10000 E WRice of Wincheste...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 March 1905

< J < c 7 4 r 3 p t I > J 1 G r x i z THE 1 t CLAY j r 5 t > CITY a TIMEs i 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City tie Surrounding Country and Ourselves T E Burgher Publisher VOL 10CLAY CITY EX THURSDAY MARCH 9 1905 NO ro I Plant Trees This is the time of the year when all should be interested in beautifying their home and prem ises and nothing adds more in tho direction than beautiful shade trees which should now be sot out if neglected last fall Ev a ery home should have plenty of shade And dont forget the orchard Fruit trees on the frfrm are an absolute necessity to pleasure in season Plant trees now rand they will be in bearing condition in but a few years plant more fruit trees if you now have plenty they will take the place of those now dying out Every person who owno a home wo are sure can improve it by placing more trees for either shadeor fruit If you are looking for the best place to get these trees write the famous Lexington nursermen H F Hil...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 March 1905

Guard Y1ITUdil U Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour and the inmost healthful Hour is MANSFIELDS i Best Patent aiici Mountain Lily Milled by water power frbm th ° very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect Wo say MANSFIELDS is thefts est Hour made but wo dUll t expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try tryII just one single rack Wefkriov it will be enough to make you finn I fast friend of Mansfields Flour IL o 1FIELDttRhv So r ifj1b ln Ky FOll SALE BY E M XWELL EMAXWELLC Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING John W Burgher moved last week to his new farm on Ilard wicks creek AsK Todd visited his sister Mrs J W Mclyiniieyi Ili Buck erville the first of the weU Bn 5s Barnett and family who left I I > place last week for Illi ll1i ii to reside returned Tues day Levi Curtis nnovod Sunday to the Spry place near here We uelcono tMr purtigr intp our neighbbrlfood < r RII OiirtJs is jiaving the old ferry bo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 March 1905

iFivt JIllijf < v THE TIMES i fi it u < < AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER < J 11 If THURSDAY MAR 0 1005 1 u if tLOCAfJ BREVITIES J Mrs A M Burgher is on the sick list this week w f r 0 W Russell of Louisville I is in the city on business L I The County jail at Beattyvill Beattyvillef t prisoners 1 + Chas Even and family of l Snow Greek visited friends in k the city Sunday r The initial number of the Pow f ell County Tribune will appear I ri4 at Stanton Friday it Mr and MrsJ W McKinney a of Winchester were visitors here Monday and Tuesday 0 W Duncan and wife of Mt 1 Carbon Wa Va ars visiting rah 1atives here this week F Mrs Noah Rose of Jackson t returned home Monday morning t after spending a few days in this city March which came in so mod modI I 1 est and beautiful may be count 1 ed on as going out in the reverse manner nThe little eightmonthsold son of Mr and Mrs Lennie Crow is dangerously sick in the Eastern portion of town Elder E W Marcum and fam ily left Tuesday morning for...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 March 1905

Virden CI 0 1 0 Curtis is no better Mrs Albert McIntosh is slowly j improving AVe are having soine pretty weather now Mrs 00Ourtis is very sick nt this writting Ed Hinds visited his sister Mrs G D Cook Saturday v Charley Ware has movecbinto the house vacated by 0 P Hind Wo are glad to say that Mrs Bettio Everman is slowly improv ingCharley Charley Curtis and Ora Scott of Right Angle visited Willie Ourtis from Friday until Sun day Waltersville Smith Potts of Lexington vis ited home folks Saturday Edd Hulls is visiting his sister Mrs Thos Gibbs t this week Nelson Rogers bought a spriiij wagon of Ben Mastin for 500 O W Easter and FrpdTipton went to Ford Friday to bb gone several days W T Snowden and Earnest Baines left Monday for Lexing ton to be gone for an unlimited tiule tiuleTurner Turner Smith who has been living on Snow creek the past year has decided to move back to his farm here < Lena Potts while playing Sun day afternoon fell and sustain ed an injury to her jaw bone which ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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