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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 November 1905

r f tit tl < 1 d THE TIME f Il t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I t THURSDAY NOVO 1005 4 iTHURSDAY i i 1 LOGIC BREVITIES N f J i Elder B S Burgher is up from Winchester f f NoahRose came down from J Jackson to vote f Prepare for colder weather which is soon coming Election day was prettier than the action of Powell county Dem ocrats ocratsMerchant I Merchant W G Patrick was T f business over from Kimbrell Friday on j James Welch aJeadingcitizet 1of Powell county was down from i Stanton yesterday Mr and Mrs H 0 Warmouth are visiting Ed Warmouth and t wife sit Vienna I H D Ourry of Myers is vis iting his mother Mrs Curry and other relatives in the city Benny McKinney of Kucker yule was here Saturday after lumber for building purposes John Derickson of Pryse Lee county is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J B Derickson John Burgess of Mexico Mo sands us one dollar on subscrip Hon to the TIMES and Courier s Journal i S The monthly report of the Clay ICity Graded School is very en couraging to t...

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. — 9 November 1905

1 AiNfUl PERIODS t Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fs fers from painful periods The eternal bearing bl down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness m dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take I If loeofJdlll I 1 Womans Relief j It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en 1 riches the blood strengthens the constitution and m permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer fe It is matchless marvelous reliable w At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confi dence teltin us all your symptoms and troubles We will scndfreeodvlceIn plain sealed envelope Address La dles Advisory DeptThe Chattanooga Aet dne Go Chattanooga Tenn Kimbrell Corn is selling here at 200 per barrel t Ben Moubley is buying geepi and has over one hundred in his poultry yards C H Withers sold to 1 N Orsborne 4 two year old heifers at 1750 her head II T Walls has bought a farm in Clark c...

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

1r Ii f ylj ItT i THE J CLAY CITY TIMES 10 > Jt > 0p S y 50 Cents a Year in Advance I We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOT JO GLAYOITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 61905 NO 46 Farmer Mayor Clay Qityj possibly is f ho on Fry ly city in Kentucky fhathka 11fllrmer < 1 1 farmer for M Yor Mayor D B Daniel Olny Citys chief oxecu five has no occupation other that farming Ho owns > a good faint just beyond the city limits s and contents himself by humbly tilling the soil Though he has cityl thec c city at heart and as much so in s fact as any other resident of the otfiI cial and should have been rea elected Kentucky as a Corn Growing State Tho crop stirl1atng board of the Bureau of Statistics puts the average of corn per acre in Ken tucky at 297 bushels for IflOS as compared with 2f9 lust year I and 200 as the average for the last ten years As the average for tho whole country this year is 288 and for the past tehyears 249 Kentuck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 November 1905

SPOUT SPRING As usual the hunters in our community are very Bunter OilS 1 N Osborne of Pilot View wits here last week buying stock i cattle cattleJoe Joe Cosby has moved from near this place to a farm on Hnrdwicks Creek Zade Hodgkin of Clark Coun ty last week bought several head of cattle from different persons in this community If you have some broom corn which yqu wish to have made in to brooms bring the same to the factory at this place It will be worked up for you on very liber al terms termsPreaching Preaching at the Methodist church near here Saturday night Sunday morning hud Sunday night by Pastor Prentiss Let a good crowd come out to hear llinlri llinlrDudley Dudley Hall a former resi dent of this community has moved from Montgomery coun ty where he has resided for thtt past two years to the farm of June Walters near this placeElder Elder George W McIntosh one of our leading farmers rais es this year for market some thing like one hundred bushels of Irish potatoes and a lot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 November 1905

GI 1 M 4 r I i i C1 1 b 1 J Y 11or fHE TIMES < tt J lllYlJLwJM r tf < < tlr M 0 lI l I O t toTrALL HOMEMADE PAPER w I V THURSDAY i NOV 10 1905 r 0 = 1 i BREVITiESt t f P Statik Y k > 4 > t yto Y Monday 1 f iQuurterlyCCUrt vas in session t ti at Stanton Monday t s When you go out hunting be Y = careful to not treadon posted f Mildl pi J v < < G T Centers of Campton was I s v transacting business in r the city L T Monday l i Mr and Mrs Dinmpnd of Lex Lext t l ington lnre visiting friends in f the city tl jI If you dont want your proper 1 j x 0 ty sold you had butter pay up t J your city tuxes t i Squire Win Townspnd of F Bowen was obs redon our streets Monday 1 Henry Burton of Bloomiilg dale Olnrk county was here 1 yesterday on a business mis sion We are glad to see W T j Webb Clay Citys bright young lawyer building up such a prom J isingpractice William Well has moved from his farm near this city to Hard wicks Creek where he will run Kennons saw mill Dr R A Irvin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 November 1905

Blind Headache If About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of U 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered with W blind sick headaches and backaches and could get 3 no relief until I tried I IWINE CARDUll Womans Relief NS I immediately commenced to improve and K now I feel like a new woman and wish to N recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cure them as it did me US < Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELYvenetable herbs which relieves and frankly descrlblngtemale pains regulates female your symptoms we will functionstonesuptheorgans consider your case and give nrnnpr state of health you free advice In plain healthsealed envelope Dont hesitate but Try It for Your trouble vlsory write today Dept Address The Chattanooga Ladles Ad Medl Evell druillUl ICUs It dne Co Chattanooga Tenn in 100 6ottles Kimbrell llnv B S Burgher of Win Chester visited W G Patrick last week Rev E N Early of Wesl Bend Circuit preached at this place last Wednesday night Mrs Johnson Harris visit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 November 1905

F4 4r L r r k r r 1 I THE CLAY CITY TIMES 1 Y 50 Cents a Year in Advance t We are here to help Clay City the SnrroondiDg Country and Ourselves IT E Burgher Publisher VOTE 10 CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30 1905 N04 MARRIAGES + Miss Eliza Harris of Kimbrell Estill county and Mr Wm Barb Icjtt of Olark county were mar I ried at the Allensville Baptist church Tuesday November 28 I Mr Walter Vivion of this county was married in Lexing ton this week to a Miss Love of Olurk county True Americans Left This country still has many things to thank God fort among them being the fact that there L C S S P I are Americans so poor that they havent the priceof their own fu nerals but who yet would not change places with rich men who acquired their wealth by thieve ry and dishonesty The official canvass of the ninetythree counties which re ported the constitutional amend ment at the rejcent election in Kentucky shows that 55578 per sons voted for a return to the open ballot while 04449 wen against ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 November 1905

SPOUT SPRING Today is Thanksgiving nnd nil our people are surely read fw it itDr Dr 0 H Williams has gone to Oatlettsburg to look nfte some business matters James F McKinney is at his Olnrk county farm this week looking after the gathering of a large corn crop Asa Burnett and Tommy Chris topher two of our accomplish ed young men attended tlu supper at Clay City Saturda nightElder Elder George W Mclntosl will preach at the Baptis church Saturday and Sunday mornings We trust a good crowd will come out on these daysSince Since the hog killing seasoi has arrived our folks are livin fine and many there be who have replenished their larder in the past several days Hal Cockrell and George Will iams of Irvine were here a short while last week on a hunt ing trip They were the guests of Elder Geo McIntosh while hereElder Elder B Frank Wright was taken very sick Saturday al his home near this place with some form of malignant stom ach trouble Dr Williams was called in Sunday who soon gave him ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 November 1905

1111 > 1 M ill 1 TITLE TIMES > I > M 1 > PAPERi1 = 1 fl > THURSDAY NOV 80 1905 sfLOCAI1 BREVITIES lJ ft > T M Morrow has retired from t the management of the Jackson fHustler ifiL HustlerA r i f l < t A D Campbell of Irvine is rrhere a visiting his son Prof 0 W < y Campbell tt i1f you want to always be on time i keep your watch in good repair rt iS e Webb i If today is Thanksgiving the fruitless hunter will not be dis I posed to give any thanks ibi A number of our citizens have b fc been attending Circuit Court at rrY t Stanton this week i t Mrs Amos Cain has been quite 5 ill at her home near this city but is now improving tallJ ri > J R Neal of Wisemantown t was here Friday the guest of his brother W H Neal ft 0 0 Eaton visited home folks f a few days this week He left f Monday evening for Somerset t < What has become of Clay Citys r rY Commercial Club Now is the fe 1 time to get together and pull for I Jt greater Clay City 1Vatch that gun today closer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 November 1905

1 e J t i Xk j f n < + 4m I rwJ Wl RAGGING 1 down pains are a symptom of the most serous trouble which cnt tuck a woman vr falling of the womb With this generally I come Irregular painful scanty cr profuse periods wasteful weaken j Ing drain dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness IrrI tability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color andr I i beauty The cure lc I WINE I 111WINE CARDUI 1 J Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints 1 WRITE US A LETTER I In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn TennKilnbrell Kimbrell John W Tuttle Mended court at Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 December 1905

t we + Aw + N + h I Y 1 t 1 fI h l THE CLAY CITY I TIME S I I i h i 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves ilt E Burgher Publisher t VOLI0fOL Y CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 71905 NO 49 A Good Old Time Majority Kentucky went Democratic over 37000 at the election on November 7 And this too in face of the fact that a fewof the wouldbe lead ers of the party are howling of disruption discord aud ma chineJudge Judge John M Lassin Chairman of the State campaign committee was here Saturday in consultation with Secretary Halyand they complied the vote in the legislavive contests There are 19 cqUntiee still missing but returns from them will > only increase the Democratic ma jority asestimates made from the vote in them at the last election The total vote in the Stateex clusive of these 19 countieswas 351090 The Democratic candi dates received 194004 votes and the Republicans 157020 The Dem ocratic majority is 87048 These figures are off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 December 1905

SPOUT SPRING Many porkers have stiller > il in this coiniiitinity the past week weekMrs Mrs Dnisu W right hultbeen quite sink the past week but e are glad to state that sho is IIIIilll1IOn Thanksgiving passed oT very quietly in our neighborhood there were no accidents and there were many who seemed to enjoy the day finely while out hunting Mr Simon Witt I died at his home near this place of com plication of diseases aged about sixty years Burial near his Home Mr Witt was a good husband and a line neighbor Owing to the heavy downpour of rain on Saturday no servic es were held at the Baptist church on that day but on Sunday morning Elder George W McIntosh preached at the usual hour George White who left this place two years ago and located ed at Hudson Illinois has re turned to his old Kentucky home to reside Mr White is a model young man and we are very glad to know that he has decided to reman in thisneigh borhood Mrs Florinda Spry died at the home of her soninlaw Le vi Curtis Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 December 1905

iC li a THE H TIMES j r f J AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER d i 1 THURSDAY 7 > t t THURSDAY DEC 1005 V l < LOCAL BREVITIES f W < R Gassidy was in Mt Ster f i ling Tuesday on business p Tho river has been on a rani t page twice the past week Cashier J F Cox of Bowling Green was here a few days this I weekOnly b Only eighteen days unti 11 ft9hr sttmas better begin to fix up iffor it f Mrs J F Webb whose limes swas reported i ln former issue z r hasabout recovered I L B McIntosh and Berber McIntosh of Sams were in the 0 city Monday on business Merchant W G Patrick of Kimbrell was in the city Tues day transacting business J If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair 1 See Webb The rabbit market is brisk and the huntsmen are eagerly pursuing the coveted game t 1 The trialof Max ORear for th Y cutting of Dr Irvin has been continued in the Circuit Court until the March term Mrs Newton Puckett of Jack 1 son is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ware on Hard wicks Cree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 December 1905

I OUT IT OUTI i says the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doesnt knew of any medicinal treatment That will positively euro womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knifet That such a medicine exists however has been proved by theI wonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of cases by l r S gII OPlH lHCARDU Womans Relief It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and hs rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of n chronic invalldism it will cure you If you will only give it a chante Sold at every drug store In 100 bottles Try It x > G WJtnS US ALL Twl freely and frankly In strltest confi jj dance telling us all your troubles > We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Address LaJIw I jj Advisory Dept The Chattanooga I V > AeJIdne Co Chattanooga Tenn I Z tm tr t i dn Kimbrell wasi here last Monday Mrs Mattio EKinton has been sick for several days William 01cm has moved 01 Johnson Harris place near Su gar Loaf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 December 1905

t 1 p f THE GLA Yl CITY TIMES + i c < c u Ii 50 Cents a Year In Advanci I We are hereto CIaf dty the heIPCiaflity Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOIr 10 CLAY CITY KYT J r EUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1905 NO hO Clay City Now a Dry Tows Friday night Kennons saloon license expired I ndfhe last sa litoti in Oluy City was closed on account of the prevailing farce of local option which was vote d lust January There has yet not developed any blind tigers thar we have heard of and no drug i gists are illegally selling it and with the good officers now on du ty there will not be much whisky illegally sold in Clay City fhisI question can not come up again until the March term of Circuit Court and In this time wo canI test the merits of the local op I tion law Ifit proves to be o f no force and the election is knocked out we need not vote f 1 it again t againDeputy Deputy Sheriff Gran t Holliday of Breathitt county was shot and killed at Jackson Sunday after noon while ende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 December 1905

SPOUT SPRING Circuit1 Court corlvenedIre vine Monday James F McKinney attended Irvine Court Monday II F Christopher niade a bus iness trip to Clay idlythe first of t Il week f Tiiintny Christopher visited dear friends jieur Winchester this week Thomas MeKinney gave the boys an old time husking bee on Monday MondayMrs Mrs Jumes F MoKinney has it en quite sick for some time liit is some better at this time Mrs Ann French of Hani wicks Creek visited her sister Mrs B F Wright several days last week Mr and Mrs George W Lew is of near Mt Sterling are vis iting the hitters father James F MeKinney McKinnoyOur Our school is still progressing nicely under the able instruc tions of our efficient and popular teacher Miss Amunda Todd John Ken will one day this week move to the D McKinney farm which lie recently rented of the present owner Riley Earn = liey Russell Christopher moved to the Win Curtis form on the riv er which was some weeks ago vacated by Berry Barnett who moved to his farm near h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 December 1905

I As ESr K PAPERt t t rrtT1URSDAY I EO14 1905 1 cittirt T cittirtv LOCAL BREVITIES Vv r I ff U P Douglas of Levee Was 1 Sj I lie city Saturday on busi Ji 1 tIC99 I + 11 cSS f f t 1 Ijl John McFhorson of Levee vis tttlil liis son B M MePhersoh btturday It I I Mrs Ed Moore who has lIeen tN Vuito sick for 8tim i time iith i > pr vingslowlyt I Attorney 0 F Spencer of Winchester was here Saturday I ion legal business 1 If you want to always be onHime keep your watch in good repair > See Webb j t Tom Tipton of Millers Creek I i was hero last week looking after some timber matters k Elder fiTs Burgher of Win I chester was the guestof his son Friday and Saturday Certain sections of Sixth nvb flue are not frequented so much how as they used to be Mrs Gen W Lewis of Mt Sterling visited her sister Mrs J E Burgher Tuesday The little child of Mr and Mrs 0 F Daniel was very sick soy eral days this week but is now improving improvingNote 1 Note change in Mrs Williams advertisement this week ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 December 1905

TIE DODGING PERIOD of a womans life Is the name often given to the change of life r Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they step Some women stop suddenly The entire change lasts three or four years and it Is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured by taking I I I WINE eF CAHOUII i Womans Relief 1 It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserable Dsss forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weak ness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life At all druggists In 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope AiJJress La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Virden J W Baker and C 0 Curtis were in Mt Sterling Tuesday on Imsiness ImsinessBeckner Beckner Crk has returned from Lexington and is busy clerk ing in the s...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1905

I I rl i t I i 0 r I J < 1 tftj r < 1 I < fLf I flfffr OLAY CITY TIMES f 1 f 50 Cents a Year ia Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher I h VOL TO I 0LAY CITY EX THURSDAY DECEMBER Jl 1905 NO Notice All persons indebted to this r paper are kindly requested to pay up as the publisher is antici pating a business venture that I will requireall the money owing us and more too We have soy eral hundred dollars out on job work advjertisjhg and subscrip Lion which is small to the d1frer erifr persons who owe such indobt edness but if all paid in would be much to us Start the new year right by wing the printer nothing R sat President Schurraan says = ESTABLISHED 1800 City City National Bank Clay City Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 x This bank solicits your account and promises that all bus iness entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protect your interests and offers every courtesy consistent with sou...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 December 1905

SPOUT SPRING W J Christopher Jr paid n visit to friends in Clay City Sat urday tiight Eliier B F Wright of this place hal been culled tp pastor the Log Lick Christian church the coming year Joe McKinney visited his sis ter Mrs George W Lewis Sun day and attended Alt Sterling court Monday Miss Amanda Tood will close lie school at this place Friday having taught a good school and given general satisfaction to the patrons Mrs 0 H Williams and daugh ter Miss Mae Williams left Tuesday for Catlettsburg where they will join Dr Williams on a visit to relatives 4 Miss Bertha Dawson who has hpen staying with her grand pa rents Mr and Mrs W J Bar nett the past few months and attending our school has return ed to her parents Mr and Mrs John W Dawson at Heidelberg Lee county countyflow How Things Have Changed How times have changed When we were a little boy in Civil War times we were as happy as n King if when we hung up our stock ings at Christmas we got a strip ed stick of candy an orange and ...

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