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50 Cents a Year In Advance 0 0 We are here to kip Clay city tic Sp onnJing Conntry and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher
VOL 6 j CLAY 3ITY KTy HYSjAY NOVEMBER 28 1901 NO 36
By Fire
O thenight of Sept 1 fire was
Discovered in JW DawsonBros
store at Snoutspring which spread
rapidly burning their whole stock
of goods and store room together
with our ocffle pome material and
the drug store of II M Winburn
Dawsons loss was in the neigh
boyhood of 81200 our 10 s8800
while Dr Winburns and W J
Christophers lose was slight For
n while it was thought that Daw
non8 dwelling would burn also but
by the prompt work of the bucket
hrnjade it was saved
All persons present worked hero
idy to save our plant rfnd nil
other property exposed anil to
them our sincere thanks r dletI
Owing ° to this fire the TIMES was
forced to suspend till the present i
time but all our subscribers can
bear with us uwlrr these circum
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Letter From BroClay
Lebanon I Ty Nov 151901
DRAB BRO BUBQHEK
I anniow located at this place
14 miles from the Frisco Line at
Madill and 10 miles from Mariet
ta on the Santa Fe A fine coun
try good church nice parsonage
Mrs Clay is at Jonesboro Ark
I am in the Chickasaw Nation
Stayed at the Orphans Honle
Wednesday liight4The Chicka
saws are Methodist while the
Gil tVo crfr IevtAhtl8tr
IevtAhtl8trthough
preacher for us here a very good
preacher Love to all the friends and the
blessings of God upon you and
yours amFraternally
Fraternally yours
Chas We Clay
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We have received a letter from
the American Typo Founders Co
as follows t
Cincinnati 0 Nov 28 1001
Mr IE Burgher Jr
Clay City Ky
DEAlt SIK
In looking over last even
ings Post our eyes caught the
notice dated at Clay City Ky
November 22 reading The
Clay CitT1nlES isto be establish
ed The first issu will appear
next weekJ E Burgher Jr
is owner and editor
We recall the very pleasant
business relations we had with
you while ut Spout Spring and
sincerely hope these will contin
ue during your career at Clay
City We know that the Tits
is bound to succeed with you at
r the helm und we wish you all
kinds of success
Sincerely
American Type FpuOdera Co
H J > Kibble Mgr
Jhu TIMES for tlie news1
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The young pebple will give rt
hop here Friday night
0 F Edwards went to Wiri
chester today
Mr Frank Earnest has a
brother visiting him this week
Mrs Jack Johnson pf Natural
Bridge is visiting in the city
Try our c01J i niIxtureBest1n
the world 25cerits for 4hzBLS
J G Eapter has rented and
moved into the Mothodigt par
sonage >
QrB Littlepage was nt Spout
Spring yesterday on a hunting
expedition
Geo Goosey ia having turkey
shooting today and Jack finder =
son a turkey walking
Rev H A Irvin preached a
Thanksgiving sermon Thursday
night at the M E Church
Gus Redickle brother of Mrs
C6urtneycame down from Allen
Wood to spend Tlianlsgivjng
We will have a supply of calen
dare and almanacs for 1902 Call
and get one about the first of De
cetnberB Littiepage S Son
J A Wdbb who has been em
ployed on the Q t K road re
turned honfe yesterday to enjoy
u glvi n voJIo
Ed Fletcher of Kansas City
Mo is visiting his mother Mrs
W A Host in and otlier relatives
in this county
lT C Sherman of Campton
nas been in the City two weeks
superintending some carpenter
for W It
ing Cassidy i
To day his Thanksgiving and
it seems that some will riot be
thankful unless they have solve
success among the birds rabbits
and etc
W R Cassidy has built a
house on Sixth ave for the pur
pose of conducting his fur busi
ness When you have fur to sell
see him
The Sundn school teachers
will have their next meeting to
morrow night at Jas B Derick
sons These meetings have been
held at various places for the past
six wepks They seem to be get
ting up much interest
If while perusing the TIMES
you are looking for errors you
will find them In the first place
we are unable to keep from mak
big them ourselves and we have
an apprentice at the case which
insures a plenty for this week
Take your butter and eggs to
Mrs J 1V Williams
WilliamsClay
Clay City Ky
Mr RM Garrett of Wpodford
county a few days ago received
four thousand fruit trees from
Hillenmeyers Nursery at Lex
ington which he had set out in
his already large orchard von the
mountain near the old Furnace
This makes ten thousand trees in
all he has set out at this place
That this part of Kentucky is
unexcelled for fruit growing is
no longer a Question but it
seems thot our home people are
sloW to Put opt orchards
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Several of Pf jnnale citizens
hnnksgiving1Seyeral
Several of our stores closed up
I ri business vrS dull Every
Everything
VaughMII
VaughnJg Mill
Miss Gorda1 Ickjnney visited
relatives at V iI chester last
Week Z
Mrs Bud GrayStt who has
been sick for some lime is very
low at this Vritinglj
M9es3Iary nisin Willinn s
of near Virden yiuted Miss Lil
lie Ballard Sunda
Ice LowV r rcfr nginia came
out to attend tlieinnerai of his
sister Mrs A15sIluslr
Miss Fannie Jackson after a
pleasant visit ihj i lark county
returned home tae t tlarkCounty
W M SwopevSr > of Wades
Mill Clark CoMis visiting friends
and relatives at tlup place this
week tifiplace
Mrs W L JacI 8 n is visiting
her daughter MrsTC R Rupard
and other relativeajn Clark Co
this week
relntlViClnrk
Prof Lloyd Jonclosed his
school nt the Vaugu school house
with n nice treath f the children
last Friday and left for his home
I in Washington coTfifty
< J Snow 0 i reek >
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Miss Flosa Vaughn is the guest
of her sister Mrs Vint Tuttle
llissJ ula Ogden is visiting her
sister Mrs Nora Boone this
week
The turkey crop hit been very
light in tjiis vicinity and has
Been sold at 01 cents
Lee Patricks little daughter
whb has been very sick for some
time is fast improving
Charles Wood John OJiism Jr
and Thomas Vivipn event to Win
chester Wednesday oil business
Miss Lillie Vivipii who has
been quite sick withtyphoid fe
ver we are glad to say is improv
ing
Rulim Martin sold > a cow and
calf to some Clark county parties
for fi5 and a cow toE Mansfield
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Winchester 253s
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4 Stanton 851
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11 Stanton 323
II OlnvOlty 3Il
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J S Wood has rented and
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moved to the Dock Pigg place
We welcome J S back to our
midst
SPOUT PRING
J H Dawson was in Stanton
Monday I
Mrs J P Wright is visiting
relatives in Madison county
Allen Orsborno sold 17 head of
short yearling steers toWm Todd
for 800
J H Dawson bought up about
500 geese and delivered them at
Winchester
D N King has moved from
this neighborhood toRuckerville
Clark county
Albert 0 Crow has purchased
of Dr H M Winburn the Jas F
Walters place
J F McKinney is attending
Circuit court at Irvine this week
as pettit juryman k
J E Burgher SrW H Wise
man and Jno W Tuttle went to
Winchester Court Monday
R King bought of Silas Puck
ett two fat hogs Weight 007
pounds at 5 cents per pound
RevV B Daughetee of Puck
ett was here last week and visit
ed his sister Mrs Thos Curtis
Mrs Polly Ann Stuart of Ir
Vine was visiting her daughter
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Mrs Mary Bennett near here last
Sunday
W E Bryan bought of H F
Christopher two fat hogs weigh
ing about 250 pounds each at 5i
cents per pound
Eld N McIntosh returned
Monday from Slade Powell coun
ty where he has been holding a
protracted meeting
o D McKinney J H Dawson
W J Christopher Gardner Nel
son and John Burris attended
court at Irvine from this place
this week
weekClosing
Closing Out at Cost
To close out everything in Mens
Clothing and Hats we will put on
sale at once our entire stock of
Suits Odd Pants OverCoats Boys
Suits and Pants Mens and Boys
Hats and Mens and Boys Shoes
Mrs J W Williams
WilliamsClay
Clay City Ky
H 0 Chambers has sold his
farm of 150 acres on Hardwicks
creek to Albert Hoi man for
2000 He and his wife will go
to Missouri next week on a pros
pecting trip in view of moving
to that state We regret the
loss of such citizens as Mr
Chambers but wish him well in
his new home
You sholud see those nobby
Hats at Mrs Williams
Clay City Ky
Clay City Ky Nov 28 I
To Whom it
May Concern I
LOOK OUT
Hhpisfmas is Homing
We will be looking for you Our buyer Mr Sopor bus dilligently stud
died the wants of the people and especially knows what will please the
Boys and Girls ns well as grownup people He will spend the last
week of November in the City selecting Xmas goods only and we cordial
ly invite everyone to come in and inspect our Xmas goods which will be
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opened up l y December 15 We will show you the nobbiest goods you
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dont fail to examine our 5c and 10c Counter We havent the space
to mention the many artidp we will show you so come and see for your
selves J
We will double our force during holidays and will take pleasure in
showing you through the Stufck
Remember our General Stock of Merchandise is larger and better se
lected this season thanever before Ve can supply your wonts because
we keep what the people want
We have just unloaded 3 Car Loads of No 1 Hay
which we will sell at 90 cents per cwt
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