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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 July 1905

jIj f ttHE TIMES tll < r h AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER f tllitJJSDAY JULY 27 1005 LOCAL BREVITIES s I AT Whitt visited home folks at Morehcad Sunday J < DrB Littlopage is visiting relatives in Anderson county l 1ho Mndison County Fair is f x iViim h fdlit Richmond this t VuelcIstiuc Istiuc S rlsiiahoy was r 1 transacting business in the city Tuesday T M Niblack of Trapp was f transacting business in the city r yesterday J yesterdayM 11 Ora PSimer of Morehead t is spending a few days with his friend A T Whitt b The Sunday School of the Meth odist church will run an excur sion to Natural Bridge to day r Robert Niblnck and wife who If moved to Illinois last year will return to their old Kentucky home I in a few days The Ladies Aid Society will + J give an ice cream supper at the Gymnasium Hall Saturday night August 5 for the Presbyterian church Pastor J 0 Crawford was in Winchester Monday and attended the cornerstonelaying of the Kentucky Wesleyan College in that city I Insure your lif...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 July 1905

I Preparation is the secret of success All the failures of lif 44failure in business professions commercial and otherwise an I alf for want of prepurat ion Tlit laborer prepares for his days wo > k by resting in the night nnf refreshing himself with food dur i fag the day The tradesman pre pares himself by studying how tr conduct his business and tin professional man by continuous I study in the line of his profess ion ionIt It is noticeable that very pret I ty women are not partial to thick veils aeilsWIre WIre of CQui Ccc Heir 213 South Prior rct ATIVNTA GA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness nnd lassitude I Had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no med icino ccemed to relieve and losing my appetite T bccaran weak and lest my vital ity In three vrcea I last fourteen pounds cf f1 hand fct that I must find cpecdy relief to regain my myII Cardui praised by several of my I friends I sent for a bottlo and was certainly very plcxiscd wit tho results Y...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 August 1905

c i fI H j 1 r rYc 1 d c FiX MIfI ta AYr I r I 6i k 0 71 r < if4i J4 i K > x 0 t E8I t If k S Ik t ffL Jk r l ifo 1 J JJ r r J 1 I Jtit f j50 Cents a Year In AdvancWe are here to help Clay Citythe a SorronnJing Country anl Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 11 Y9of I I i CLAY CITY KY 01HUKSDAY AUGUST 1905 NO 31 I TYPEWRITERv z 4 T THE OILY PERFECT iGHiJte M14DE T Visible Writing Strong ManifoMer Uni versal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Action PRICE 75 It Reacies the Demands of Business Unexcelled foe billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers t Pittsburg Writing Machine Co PITTSBURQ PA TInsure Your Property With oy 7 j L T > < WHITT I ii Eepreeentinc the Old unit Reliable I rJA Insurance aQ r The lending Fire Insurance Company in America > k CLAY CITY KY c HlM FB5SGLS40 < Tl c U to r Clay City s Leading Sforer I The store where you have been dealingor the past twen ty year jvUh the most Satisfactory results is still in the field 1L1Qbe usual H ...

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

h SPOUT SPRING Mrs P 0 lSClr is visitin g relatives in Madison county thi week W J Christopher Jr attend Id tale fair at nichlll ill last week P A Wright of Butler Mo is visiting relatives in this com munityJ J H Dawsonof llnbbittown I was here one day lust week on a business mission Mr and Mrs Thomas McKin ney are visiting their son Ma rion McKinney at Lexington this week 3 Elder G rgeW McIntosh will preach at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mornings T Jeff Wright and family t who moved from this place to Bates county Missouri two year I ago are visiting Mr Wrights father Elder B Frank Wright Viand other relatives near here Mr and Mrs Robert Niblack hive returned from Hudson I I Illinois where they moved last fall Tiiey have rented Berry Barnetts farm near here and will there go to housekeeping in a fevvjdnys fetdnysRogersBarnett RogersBarnett Married at the residence of J D Hiley 1452 State ave Cin cinnati Ohio at 4 p m Wednes day July 19th Bayard 0 Rog ers of Martinsville ...

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

cy lr lfi r 1 tt SHE TIMES 1 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER fi q THURSDAY AUG 8 J05 t LOCAL BREVITIES i John B Lyle of Irvine was her Monday h < The Eltfs fair at Winchester will be field August MW 10n11 i E1 Wii rmou Hi of Terre IIuute g Jiill is in the city visiting rel u fives ° Worl on Mrs JoiJninNjRussell nejy rus duiiee istprogressing very iMpidly t Win MountzjJr attended the bfadisuaountxfuttfat Btchmond last week f Dr J NVrWillitifna was called f Monday toSlade on professional i R business e hisinessGeorge L George W Vaughn of Senti l nelf Aria is visiting relative 7 t jn this county We are glad to note that Mr o + WA Hoskin seems to be im jproving very nicely I Elder J1 V ebb left Monday for Lexingf on where he will eli gage in carpentry work Mr and Mrs A J Asberry 1 are visiting their daughter Mrs Abner Eversole at Jackson 1 r d 4 i I Miss Ouida Littlepuge return I ed Saturday from an extender r k r V visit to relatives at Greenup 0 E E West the jolly hardware 0 salesman WHS tak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 August 1905

The Man Whos Afraidy Ive paid close heed to tho ways of s Imon 1vo observed what the woyld calls lurk I have silently marveled now and then At the potent power of pluck And this is a bit of truth I hold A sentence thats worth ones heed The man who is always afraid hell fail Doesnt stand much show to suc ceed Ex r You cant toll from the way a man dresses how much he is worth Some of the most gorg ous flowers havent got a scent iFAKB Q D era r W iS Ii 1r C A R US AvHoME Are you a sufferer Has your doctor been ur ilia ccttful Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourself AT HOME Nearly 1500000 women have bought Wine of Cardui from their drnjgista and have cured themselves at hone of such troubles as periodical bearing down and ovarian pains leuccr rhcca barrenness nervousness dizziness nausea and despond ency caused by female weakness These arc not Bay cases Wino of Cardui cures when tho doctor cant Wine cf Cardui docs not irri tate tto organs Tbrroisno pain in the treatment It is a soolliillg ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 August 1905

1fJ j toJ t r rl7i1 ir r I Y1 t i f J 11tt f = jIi I S o o t y ii AC TIMESi c k j I tt w 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the SarroanJing ConntryanJ Ourselves L I Durghcr Publisher X VOL 10 CLAY CITY KYj HURSDAY AUGUST JO 1905 NO i2 c Drowned While Bathing Oliver Garret col rednnd v several colored associates went into the river bathing a short djs fance above the cutoff Tuesday afternoon It seems that Oar t rett got into deep water as ho was a poor swimmer and drown drownt His bOdy was recovered in about one hours timeinnd taken in custody by his people ft Squire Tuttle in Town Squire John W Tuttle the popular candidate for County Judge of Estill county was in the city Saturday shaking hands with his numerous friends Mr Tuttle is well pleased with the outlook in Iris race and says ho thinks the whole ticket will be elected sure Others from old Estill are of the same opinion Heros wishing the boys the suc cess they so richly deserve There are about 26 the a m...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 August 1905

= j SPOUT SPRING Mrs Mollie Nihluck ill been 1 quite sick but is now we arc I Iud report iniicli better 1 in Burnett of Oarlock IM illie arrived here Wednesdn y to visit his father Berry Bar nett Miss Amanda Todd our pop ulnr school teacher visited lholllc r folks ut Irvine from Friday unti Monday MondayA A report was current here last week that a double wedding I would take place at the Baptis s church Sundaymorning but the Fame failed to materialize Tandy better known to lur people asI Buck = t Stone who moved from this place to McLea county Illinois some twelvi years ago has moved from tha state to Jerseyville Arkansas recently J Dillard Snowden has pur chased a fine talking imichin and picture aparrttus and em barked in the short business IIe line a fine outfit and should d well in his new business IIe will give his first exhibition in this villa ge Friday night Au gusts l t1J Our merchant W J Christo pher Jr will have an auction Saturday August 10 and dis pose of a quantity of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 August 1905

IF THE TIMES AN ALL IIQMEMADE PAPEF w 13iJItS11 AUG 10100 LOCAL BREVITIES < itit Sterling will have 1 big f l street fair August 21 to 26 inclu sive wDr Littlepage reports tliOibir + lr ti son to Mr and Mrs John rAIuulll t < t Mrr Morgan McKinney is t quite Rick at her home nt Vatight Mill ° Mayor J If Terry has return ed home but he is hot improve in health hut little t Goo Ware who is tea hing school at Bowen has moved to that place to reside fi Mrs E W Rheubesky of Lou isvillo is visiting her sister 11rs las B Hall and other relativi F in the city cK tastgr Crawford and Rev Av cry are in the midst of a pro triicted meeting at Shilo church t at Rosslynnnd the same is nt tended with good results f 1 T B Stone a former Estill I + boy has written us to change his < paper from Sibley Ford count I Illinois to Jorseyville Ark whither he luis recently moved t Sonic sections are beginning to gut dry for the first time this sea Hon About town however wo sl have had three nice show...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 August 1905

Stray Steer A red and white spotted feat r s ling stecir calf in very good condi tion Trayid from my plnce July 4 Any information leading to his re rtvery or his return w11 be liberal ly rtwartUil nP Curtis f Clay City Ky The meanest most contempti ble kind of priuseis that which first speaks well of h roan and then qualifies it with ahut The charify that hastens to proclaim its good deeds ceases to be charity and is only pride and ostentntioiK w Y i j Miss AgnesWestley silo Wills Street Mirlncltel s Ic 810 TVtll Street MARI LTr TrsS < pt 25 1903 I wa all run down from ncrvons ncssaJi ct oTcnvorkanlkad to resign my pos ion and take a rest J found tjuxt I waS riot paining my Btrcmjtli and Lcalih as fast as I coiim virli and as your Wino ofI Canlui was rcconuncndsd na rtsch a I good inc icino for tkd ills of our I BOX I bpurfjt a bottle and began usnf it I vra BaiisSed viiJi Iho results frcja tho use of tho first bottle und took three more qn1 then ooiid I was restored to good heal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 August 1905

r f m R THE CLAY i ITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year iq Advance We are here to help Clay Cltjjtlit SnrroonJing Country anj Oorselves 1 B Burgher Publisher vis VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST J 7 1905 1NO 33 Killed By Train JerryMcIntosh conductor on the L E work train was run over at Mud Tunnel by his train Friday and a leg cut off He was put on board the caboose which was alone attached to the engine undjiurriedly run into Lexington whore the leg was amputated but the patient died soon after the operation from the shock and excessive loss of blood Dr Lit tlepage accompanied him from this city on to Lexington He attempted to jump on the train and fell under the moving wheOls with above results He le aves Wife and two children Quit Clay City A man giving his name as Charles Taylor of Booneville has been boarding at Mrs W H Neals the past few days but con eluded last Saturday night to shake the dust of Clay Qity from his feet and depart and with him departed a gold watch and pair new shoe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 August 1905

THE TUES PUIlLISnKD EVEllY THUllSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday August 17 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers w e haves arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENT Vfo are authorized to announce AL BERT EASTER candidate for Represen tative in this tile 73rd Legislative dis trict composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party SPOUT SPRING Dont forget the auction of store boods at this place Satur day Mrs Texa McKinney of Ruck erville visited her mother Mrs James F McKinney the past week Mrs Flora Spry visited her daughter Mrs James Vaughn in Clark county several days the past week Several from this place have been attending the protracted meeting at Kimbrell which be gan there Satur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 August 1905

tr IS THE TIMES t 11AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER O > THURSDAY AUG 17 1005 i I LOCAL BREVITIES I 0 1t icMre Carrie Groves is quite sick with stomach affection Mrs Edna Self is visiting rely < tives in Lexington I 1t Thos Ogden Jr has sold his k paper at Stanton to It 0 Welch r p Mire J A Webb is visiting MngoffinOf Of t1 r r 3 counties s r + Mrs Edward Rose returned ry f r Sunday from a visit to relatives at Cincinnati YG i Miss Mayme Groves is visiting friend at Georgetown Paris and t Winchesterthis week < = t Mrs Annie Thomas and litfcle E son of Covington are visiting relatives in tike county Mrs Bob Russell and Miss Ge neva Adams are visiting relatives < in Winchester this week Terrew Haute Indt working at the me f chiatucs Trade at goodwages q Ir v S e 1 i > r Ed King was here Friday with a latee drove of sheep which he badpurctlB din the upper co un tie tMr8 Morgan McKinney of Vaughns Mill whose illness was noted iuour last issue ijj much bettorMrsJ jlrs J W McKinney pX...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 August 1905

It never looked reasonable to liadZsnnt a us that Providence hadVont a few men into the world ready booted and spurred to ride and millions ready saddled and bri died to be ridden We are told that love levels all things but often it seems like an uphill fight Stray Steer A red and white spotted year ling steer calf in very good condi tion strayed from my place July 4 Any information leading to his re covery or his return will be liberal ly rewarded B F Curtis Clay City Ky Because the liver is I acglectcd people suffer with constipation biliousness headaches and fevers Colds attack the lungs and contagious diseased take hold of the system It is safe to say that if tho liver acre always kept In proper working order I illness would bo almost unknown Thedfords BlackDraught is K > successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator This great family medicine is not a strong and drastic drug but n mild and healthful laxative that cure con stipation and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 August 1905

J i1 > j I T r I I I A tHE CLA CITY TIMES tff oJ > cj l 7 50 Cents a Year In Advancs We are nerc to help Clay iyrthe SorroonJiDg Country anl Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 1 VOL l0 > CLAY CITY KF THURSDAY AUGUST 1905 M nit tfSi1 > 9L < TJIURSDAY 2d t 05 RO il > Bloody Battle tt general and bloody fight on z bug k on Black greek about two miles fronf this city Saturday e = Venfngv between Troy Puckett andCampbell Anderson on one side and Tom Martin and Kale Martin on the other Knives I were used and the last three named are seriously hurt though Andersons wounds jvill not like Iy prove fatal There are hopes for the recovery of the Martins but Kale Martin at least is very 1 badly cut Puckett was not hurt Jt rof It in Sheep Raising We ha enlyayB thought flInt sheep was well adapted to this part of the State and by the Way they are the most profita ble animal raised judging frpm the experience of a Pendletbn county farmer who has a flock of twelve owes which produced ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 August 1905

T T T F T f A f T O TtiBuIMES H IVliLISIlKD EVEIIY THUUSUAY nL1811 V J B Burflker Tublisher + Subscription Rates SO Cents per year iDaj vance otherwise 75 Cents k A + Entered na condcl s8 mail matter Thursday August 21 lei tCLU HATES For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rntes with the following papers at prilce below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 t Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 7 t Home and Farm 1 5 t ANNOUNCEMENT fe are authorized to announce AL UIJKT EASTER candidate for Uenrese 1 tativo In this the 73rd Legislative dls trlct composed of EstilL and 1owe 11 counties subject to the action of the Democratic party SPOUT SPRING Dr B R Smith was over Monday making a profession Ll call Elder George W McIntosh had a valuable heifer killed i n the pasture by lightning one da last week Miss Clyde Walters of Lex ington and Mrs Daisy Ware are visiting relatives near the village Elder George W McIntosh has sold to the Clay City holler Mills...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 August 1905

I tljthiy say John D llttclcefcllor tljft Wot benin jo inAluvjnoiieV until ho vns thirty five v 801d It is iiuleell r > dtiite fortunate th thodicl not begin then ho reached twentv One fialo t vnn < l have ynined tho xtirHu by lids time i h Stray teer i tk A ri t and ivhlte tiJlfltttli yeti r 4 litlgHtfr silt in very gntd coed I tto X Airaycdtffant my ttlttce July L Any information leading lo his r T covery or his return will be liberal r ly rewarcitK 3F Curtis ClnyCityKy K THE Turns for the news Bccaco tho liver is isC Cncglc tcd pccplo suffer J with constipation biliousness headachesand fevers Cclds attack tholutJtS and contagious dSPlsCIi tako hold cf the rmtcnl Jt h safe I to say that iftho liver were always kept fn proper working order + 1nness would be almost Unlalowrlwa Thedfords l3lack Draught is so issosncccsful successful in curing such sickrCfa because it 13 without a rirdnsa hycr regulator This great family i moolCU1o is not a stron1 and anddrastio andhcattl Icaltk...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 August 1905

T a THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER ti 1 THURSDAY AUG 24 1005 v ZGG2Uj13REVITI S 1 rrAlrs 0 fesselhas been quite sick for several days f Mrs George Shattuck of Lee county is visiting her parents Jdg and Mrs W T Adams I I Mrs Maggie Wills of Rucker ville visited her mother Mrs Lou Groves a few days this week Mrs George S Ware of Yaughns Mill whose illness was noted in our last issue is im proving nicely George W Anderson who left F Clay City last Spring has moved from his place in Montgomery back to our town Win Harrison a Confederate I veteran left Monday for the Con o federated home at Pewee Valley where he was formerly located h Pastor J O Crawford and Rev I M Hargett of Farnhani ville Iowa are holding a revi val meeting with the Methodist hurch in this city Our expert photographer Mr k John W Henry is having an extra fine run of work in his line and all are pleased If at works is in his line call and see him I r The Oampton Courier has changed from the patent sheet flit le to th ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 31 August 1905

= o > T1 1 3 k < c c k t1 q YjL C I k irt < c T II B c ct CL j t t V CITY TIMES I 1 < l > f J IIf Nbi 5 y Revival Closed a The revival at the Methodist church was concluded Tuesday night and Bro Hargett who did the preaching started yes terday morning for his home in Iowa Bro Hargett jsa most earnest speaker and his labors both here and at Kimbrell where r lie also held a meeting with Pas tor J Q Crawford were attended by success A Popular Teacher Miss Maym Groves who Was elected teacher in the primary r room of tho city school hasle THE ONLY EERFEGT MCHttfe t1iDE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versal Keyboard LighrToucN Rapid Action PRICE 75 It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers Pittsburg Writing Machine 00 PITTSBURQ PA y SHIMFBSSELS Clay Citys Leading Store t The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 31 August 1905

SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd was in r Winchester the first of the week foil busl l Mess MessMorgitn Morgan Lyle and Alvin Fuulk nor of Stanton were here Thurs day I s daLv WE Heflin was among the f Winchester court visitors Mon dll 1i Messrs Thomas and W J Christopher Jr have each pur chased them u new rubber tire buggy A E Sams and family have r returned to their home at Win chester Russell Christopher has secur ed a good position on the works at the lock and dam Mrs Kate Heflin and children of near this place visited rela tives in Clark county several days the past week Wilmott McKinney formerly of this place has bought another farm of ninety acres in Olark county at forty dollars per acre Mr and Mrs John W Daw son of Heidelberg visited the Jutters parents Mr and Mrs JVV J Barnett a few days this week Elder George W Mclritosh will preach at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mornings at the usual hour it being regu lar meeting days Elder George W McIntosh sold to Dan Welch of Montgom...

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