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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 5 October 1905

t r i rwA T T T T T TAT T O A THE TIMES 1 XN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 1 iUI SDQ FO r 5 1005 1 JJOCAJJ BREVITIES l w t Noah hose was hero Tuesday romJacltson and registered pr RIrvin iB quite ich lifting con filled to his homo rV Several from here attended 4 SVuiity Court at Stanton Mon i day < l1M Stone and James Stone y tQf Eight Angle were in the city yesterday on business rl A D Campbell of Irvine was ir the guest of his son Prof 0 W J Campbell a few days this week k3t The Powell Fiscal court is in t session at Stanton this week with St the usual number of necessary > E claims to consider Saturday afternoon Marshal > Johnson will sell at auction in this city several pairs of Ladies Misses and childrens shoes t Shelt King and Sam Adams two wellknown horso traders Jiave moved to Missouri where they will continue in the same busincssI businessIlermap i Hermap Hoskin and Boone Bradley arc attending the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias at HopkinsVille The i I Lodge will b...

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. — 5 October 1905

u OJoffe rsoll vi lie John Stokley was baptized in tho jMorm < > M faith Saturday in waters of Slate creek R W A Tanner and hotter half Irstarted Sunday to visit Ihoir son inlaw on Pecks Creek Powell V t county 1W1Ils Lute Cox and Alma Smith of Alexander I1IJ fro visiting their father William T Smith tiudfatuilyyt f11rs Stevenson of Clark and niece Miss Alice Stevenson are visiting her son W W Steven son and family I T TIrn hotly gets ita lifo from I food properly discttci M Healthy lijjcstioa means pure blood ior trIO body but etouiacli troublpa nri c from corricsicsj in eating and etotccli disorders linnet Uiornliro system Inrtvp exit mtMtitaUxl foal coon LI tho I stomach causing disc x ° u g fa rains bclcbiaft and Ticrsea 2 1 Yhn overhung is P1d in r H the stomach bocoraca weakened 1 mid worn out nnd dyspepsia Ci k claims tho victim fi Thodfords BbckDrancbt = 3 cures dyspepsia It frcen tho 3 stomach sad bowcb d congested srnettr t111 rives f1n rt1Il I 1101 life The stomach ...

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

I TIE it CLAY tITY TIMES I 1 60 Cents a Year in Advancaare here to help Clay City rtCSnrrbunJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 10 U CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 321905 NO 4J I Fire at the Light tiMe Friday afternoon the alarm of the fire whistle was sounded and the people began running to as certain the location of the fire which proved to be on the third floor of the light house The rfiom which was on fire is the one used by the different Lodges of the city The blaze was soon ex tinguished with light damages y The fire is supposed to have start ed by a spark from the power powerhouse houseContrary Contrary to current reports DrAl Knox is still a Republi can candidate for County Judge HIMSIi Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you hove been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual s + LARGE STOCK I I of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 October 1905

SPOUT SPRING 1 Dave White was quite sick last week with diptheria George Williams of Irvine was here one day last week on business Elder Goo W McIntosh filled the stand at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle of liJjx visited relatives here the latter part of the week Shelt McKinney visited his sis ter Mrs Esa McKinney in Clark county two days of last woek 6 Dr 0 H Williams attended the funeral of his brother N K Williams at Catlettsburg last i weekSchool School is still closed here on account of diphtheria but will be reopened in the course of a few daysFarmers Farmers are very busy people in this section and will continue to be so until after their corn is cribbedQuarterly Quarterly meeting will beheld at Jacksons Chapel Saturday and Sun Thy by Presiding Elder E G B Mann of Lexington The Boones Creek Assdciat on to which the Baptist church at this place belongs will hold a Sunday School Convention with the church at Union Madison county Saturday and Sunda...

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

O t THE tIMES 48 4 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER r THURSDAY OOT 121005 rv f LOCAL BREVITIES s r ° A 0 Barnes of Panola is J here on business > 1 r JtJf Dr Ljttlepage was in Lexing r > ton Friday on business r Mrs Edith Mize of Lexington y visited relatives in the county iiseveral days this week Mrs Albert Easter is at Ford 1t visiting her daughter Mrs John < A Walters who has a very sick t child t f t childGeo Littlepage who is attend Y ing Hazel Green Academy visit iJit < ed homo folks from Friday until rdj Monday t MondayMrs G Patrick and son < l + Master Owen of KImbrell visit > j ed Mrs Patricks sister Mrs J t E Burgher Thursday tMr and Mrs T N Rich are at Ford where Mr Rich was called on account of tho serious condi i tion ofa brother there < Y A number of candidates were r shaking hands with friends in the city Saturday All profess > ing to be in the liiglicst spirits A bank with a capital of 15 00000 has been organized at Hazel Green 700000 of the stock is tak...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 12 October 1905

The Mutual Life In Trouble Among the facts hrou htout by the Legislative Insurance In vestigating Committee in New York Tuesday were the contribu tion by the Mutual Life Insur ance Company of 4000000 to the Republican National Com mittee last fall 85000 00 in 1900 and 15000 00 in 3890 while it was also developed that the company paid 72000 00 last year for lucheons for employes Robert Newcome a negro ran amuck in Chicago and before he was finally captured hytlre po lice had killed a policeman and a woman womannearer Thedfor Ts BlackDraught comes nearer regulatizvr the entire system and keeping the body in health than any other medicine made It is always ready in any emergency to treat ailments that ago frequent in any family such as indigestion biliousness colds diarrhoea and stomach aches Thodfords BlackDraught is tho standard neverfailing remedy for stomach bowel liver and kidney trouble It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon tho doctor I tiB as good for ch...

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

f i a y + ri C vr 4 r it x Fa vk i t w YYk 2 ej if > 1 sr 11 D F Lkv > CITY TIMES 3 t0 if rj1 i j r a 150 Centsa Year in Advance < Wrare here lobelp CfaylCity the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E IJurghcr Publisher VOL 10 CLAY CITY EX THURSDAY OCTOBER JO 1J05 Nr0 92 t yi 1 e 0iOrjzl good Yet V The tmsts of last yeekdfa not 4 Ikill o the Japan clover in ftcse liavergoodgcazt k t ing k little ljngeryel This new grass grows to perfection every F where in the county and while if lasts furnishes ns fine grazing for nil kinds of stock ns bluegrass or any kind of grass The only thing liking about it If itis rath erTdte in the spring and gets k killed too early 11tIit fall At this timeoftheyear just before frost acid after the seed are mil Z 7 tare 1 itfattens > v cattle equal to eOfn t l f Discontinuance of Sunday Train beginning Sunday the 22 the Sunday train will bo discontin ued for the winter season This train lies baen operating since May 21st and has been very conven...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 October 1905

SPOUT SPRING t Mr line Mrs Joe Cosby visit cd Mr and Mrs R y MitKinney two days of this wtok Issinr Stuns returned Sal unlay fwjTi LiiiP Trove whore lie has been employed for the past eev rnl weeks School opened have Monday UftI a recess of three reeks on aiToUnt Iftli hMh Tln cases in the district lire now about all well SSPIIJahn > I John M Kennon has finished ting the boundary of timber lie recently purchased near here nnd is now moving his situ mill to other p trig Asa Todd is at the bedside of his sister Mrs Texa MeKinney who is down with typhoid Jo vor at her home near hacker yule whose condition is report oil as bein < no better Mr Garrett Tipton was here fiom Millers Creek the latter part of the week He was the guest of Elder G W McIntosh TU was looking at some farms for sali5iu view of buying in this neighborhood Mr Tipton is one of Estill cotiiityfi leading citizens who would receive a cordial welcome should he locate in our midst An exchange says that bad wa ter kil...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 October 1905

i r e j i td 1 < rH lIMES J I sae s 0 j AN ALD HOMEMADE PAFKR i I THURSDAY OCT 10 1005 BREVITIESf f k 1 i v Dr B R Smith is visiting his father in Indiana > I < > The negro Sam Hisle hangs in 1 < Winchester today for assault V < 0 Shimrssel JEtin Cincinnati c this week buying his fall and i winter goods I I 1J Charles Woosley of Bracken county is Visiting relatives in this county 55 Mrs Fletcher Burnett has been quite sick the past week but is now improving I Attorney Charles F Spencer I of Winchester was hero yester day on legal business John McRoberts has a very sick child at this writing nndit is hardly expected to get well New sorghum is both good and plentiful this fall It is too sell ing rapidly at 50 cents per gal lon The Company store is being treated ton new coat of paint which adds greatly to its appear ance Mrs J H ORear has return ed from a visit to her sister Mrs c W Duncan at lItf Carbon W Va 0 We acknowledge receipt of one dollar oh sjibscription fro...

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

Some people have grown rich by attending to their owji busi ness Lawyers Crow fat upon the business of attending to other peoples business It is womler ful to see the activity displayed by some people in attending to other peoples business oven when they do not get pay for it Good Farm For Sale Farm of HIS acresone half mile from Spout Spring well improved good building Forty acres of tim ber balance in cultivation On ths place there are several never failing spiings and some bottom land For further Information call on J E BUBQUEU Clay City Ky Wine of Cardui Cured Her 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA OA March 21 1903 suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed to relieve and losing my appetite I became weak and lost my vital ity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must Hud sped relief to regain my health Having heard Wino of Cardui praised by several of my friends I scot for n...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 October 1905

1 I > 0 A I t4 I c < T R rc < t 0 C LAYiOITY TIMES tt 0 d r yr 50 Cents a Year in Advancj rrWe are here to h pCla the Sorronniing Conritfy aol Ourselves d E hurjpYcr Publisher VOL1O CLAT PITY KT THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1905 N043 An Important Question One of tiie most important questions tint has comb before the voters of Kentucky to decide for some tinm is the question as to whether or not wo shall return I lo the old method of voting or not The question is sure to car ry if the voters who aro really for it do not forget to vote Re member this is a very important matter one that concerns every person in Kentucky We have tried the secretballot stem and it has been found to be very de ficient then let us return to the m phi way with the good features I of tho new retained Vote for the change in tho constitution Vote for theoldsyste n of vot ing if in the future you wish to know that your vote is counted as cast castDillard Dillard Woosley of Mt Ster ling is visiting relatives on ...

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

SPOUT SPRING Robert H Niblack has moved to the Fox farm Lloyd Todd visited relatives in Clark county tho latter part of tho week Elder B S Burgher was up from Winchester the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs W J Barnett visited Elder and Mrs N Mcjn tosh and other relatives in Clay City this week Johnny Wright of Hardwicks Creek is building a new house near here and will move into the neighborhood soon as same is completed Mrs Rachel Barnett who for quite awhile was in very bad health has improved a groat deal and is now fast regaining her normal flesh Mrs Texa McKinney whoso serious illness has been reported in a former issue of the TIMES is now improving very nicely we are glad to state When you elect a city council nominated and backed up by some regular organized party t you elect men who are doubly ob ligated to perform their duty They are kept in the path of du ty first for party honors and sec ond by their own personal integ rity The man picked up hap hazardly usually feels n...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 October 1905

V ° ° cwvseraRp 1 < t = IF l + it i 11F tlriE cwvseraRpTfIMES t i AN ALL HOMEMADE lAP n r < THURSDAY OOT 201005 i LOCAL BREVITIES 1 Tho school at Stanton has dosed I ell again on account of diphthe I 11 rid I ii < Werhayo hud a great deal of h > rain this week and the river is rapidlyk k r i Flder B S Burgher of Win chester visited relatives here j from Friday until Monday iq Born Saturday Oct 21st to Mr and Mrs Mike King of Wal t tergville n fine son Charlie e hi See Commissioners saleadver tised in this issue and attend the sale at Stanton the 1st Mon day in November L j I E The ice mans day for gouging the public is past for this year Ho will now take u rest and give the coalman his turn Robert L Shimfossel of this county sold at Winchester court Monday 11 heifers 550 lbs at 2I cts and 13 steers 800 lbs at n cents centsMr Mr iind Mrs Chas Groves and Mr i and Mrs Robert Russell havoVmovcd into the besfutiful now residence of Mrs Jennie J Russell ItttssollTaulbeo Taulbe...

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

a 1 TO DEL CA IE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap i py hearty and free from pain until you build up your e qonstitutron vith a nerve refreshing bloodmaking K tonic like I Iti Wie4CardUiY It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache 4 backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER LETrnRI freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice lit plain sealed envelope how to E cure them Address Ladies AdvisOry Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga I Tenn Commissioners Sale Jtill Circuit Court Joel McKinneys Hells Plaintiffs + against Joel McKinney Heirs Defendants By virtue of a judgment and o...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 November 1905

e r a af f J I S V > H < > t 1 THE JLA1f l CITY TIMES < t 50 Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help day City the SorronnJing Country cad Ourselves 111 Burgher Publisher I YQt JO GLAT CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21905 NO 44 I WALDRONHOSKIN A very quiet wedding occurred at the homo of Mrs John Hos kin Tuesday afternoon at half i past two oclock when Mr Hen ry Waldron of this city and Miss Lena Hoskin were united in l matrimony Elder J L Reynolds officiating t officiatingThey They left on the west bound train for a bridal tour often days to Washington undothe Eastern cities After their return they will oc cupy the grooms beautiful home andreceive the congratulations of a host of friends A new voting booth has been put up in Olay City No more voting in the school house If your vote iq as clean and straight as every candidate on the Democratic ticket you will stamp only under the rooster Vote to change to the bid s tern of voting if you want fair e lections again eel For S...

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

i t SPOUT SPRING Farmers are very busy in this section but will take a dnyor two oil when tho hunting season opens and givo Mr Quail a lively chase R H Curtis has started his i broom f ictory here and will make brooms forthe public on the usn al terms and rate Your patroii age solicited John 1f Kennon has recent ly moved his saw mill to Will lain L Jacksons farm near this place and will their saw up a quantity of timber Elder George W McIntosh will preach at the Brptist church at this place Saturday and Sunday A full attendance of the mem hers is requested on Saturday as important matters will come boo fore the church Asa Todd than whom there is no better farmer in this commu nity has marketed the past week some very fine apples Fruit growing is recognized by Mr Todd as a very profitable indus try and thinks more should be grown in tliis county than what is now raised here A few more citizens and farmers like Mr Todd and this country would be fur better off Silence Gives Consent The...

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

Qrj 1 4 Q 1 r k t Vv GEORGE STEPHENS F r lus boom wisely selected by the + Democrats as the tuRn suited for > rile office of Jailor of Powell county and the Republicans jus trti wisely has seen fit to give him 1 4 ho opposition He is n Democrat of the right kind a gentleman of theright and will make a Tailor of the right Like all of his run ttlng mates he is a moral and con sistent gentleman nod a man manate that will satisfy all the people of the county as Jailor J 10 i Ill E TIMES l J T0 1AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER AyNOY 2 1005 ia < LOCAL BREVITIES Attorney 0 F Spencer of I t Winchester was hero Tuesday oii l I legal business JI i George W McKinney of Win Chester was here two days of tlY Y last week on business J Attornies M Ai Phillips and ii t John D Atkinson were in the city Monday and Tuesday Dr and Mrs J W Williams + visited Rev L J Reynolds at Carlisle a few days this week EE West the wellknown hardware drummer was taking J orders from our merchants Fri dayCashier Cashier J...

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

il a A Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which Should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow Wine of TA 1daI IT COMES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains It not only compels the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming Sack It makes you well Try It Sold everywhere in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept Thi Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tean Commissioners Sale Instill Circuit Court Joel lIcKlnncJs bits PIn in tiff against Joel McKinneyu Heirs Defendants r By virtue of a judgment knd or der of sale rendered it the Estill Cir tuft court ut its July term 105 in the...

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

1 f a l THE CLAY CITY TIMES c t r i 5d Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves JB Burgher Publisher VOL 10 CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1905 JST0 45 An Unfortunate Affair On Sixth avanue Friday after noon in an unfortunate affair Dr Irvin was stabbed in the back by a negro named ORear tl The negro was immediately rir ttrrp rprested by Deputy Sheriff John M Kennon and it was through 1 his protection that violence was J not at once wrought on the nee l gro Mr Kennon hurried with I his prisoner to Stanton and ho was dispatched from there to Jackson jail The wound inflict ed on Dr Irvin was quite severe but not at all serious and he is now going about again r II i PITTSBURG VISIBL TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT WGHItlE flflDE Nowadays the judicious pa I rennin sending his eon oil to 1ct I loge should take care to select an institution that has good doc tors and surgeons within call as irreligious foot ball craze is rag raging ingPlans...

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

I SPOUT SPRINGy Tames I Y McKinney was at Stanton Monday on business The Masritiic Locliie at this place will meet Saturday after iiionWh Wh t cnrn is selling in this community 5Bbringing two dol lars per barn lt l Elder B S Burgher pf Win chester was her Wednesday on 1 t business missionI Owing to the inclement weath er but few were out to preach lug at the Baptist church Sun day i dayMoses 1 Moses McKinney camp home from Montgomery county Sun day unit of course staid over to vote Miss Monroe returned to her home at Pilot View Saturday nf ter Several days stay with her brother Luther Monroe near hereThe The election passed off very quietly in this precinct Our candidate for County Judge the Squire John W Tuttle carried it by a majority of nine votes The School Questiont The paramount problem in Kentucky today is the problem of Education and tho supreme educational problem is the prob lem of the rural school the ele mentary country school If the past may be taken as and index to the...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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