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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 February 1909

ri 4 < t f 1 1I Y j t Sr 1 < < I t la I + i I > < I iJii 1 f if1 it 4 r t Sfl Y < S r t iI M > i L 0 R JI > 4 n 1lOJ r C rx 1 q W J 1I 7 I 1ii < J1 Y 1 T J OJtI j tI tf 4 1 iIiI 1 I < t E J i jc > st L i50 Cents a Year IB Advance > c We are here to help Clay CfiMjie Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1B Burgher Publisher VOL XIV A CLAY OITt KI THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 J909 NO8 a 4 v liX A Shoiild LLa w 4 t 1 ff X A rtbyeVrpjece of reform Icgis rlationwill be placed upon the A statute books of JNew Mexico if the bill now beforethe territo < rTal legislature should bo passed r yhi8 bill Wakes the drinker share responsibility with the saloon Deeper It provides that every e f p person who drinks mast secure a e license and prohibits the selling of intoxicating liquors to any person who does hot have a 11 Cense to drink 4 i Z Heaviest Rates all over the State The rain Tuesday and Tuesday fight proved to be th < 5 heaviest i qyer recorded in Kentucky T...

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. — 25 February 1909

I f4 ill 4j t l a HA ITC o I II < is < f aK wtoa + S r J t n t THE s I V 1 IMES p t P t x Y e y J i 4 50 Cents a Year in Advance > We are hereto help Clay dttgfte Srr jig Country and Ourselves C Burgher Publisher YQL XIyJ CLAY OITt KY HURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 J909 NO 8 r c 4 > a iA Should be a Lawi x a A novel pice bf reform Icgis lation will be placed upon the 1 J statute books of Ifew Mexico if she bill now before the territo rial legislature should bo passed his bill makes the drinker share t fegponsibility with the saloon r Deeper It provides that every r person who drinks must secure a license and prohibits the selling of intoxicating liquors to any wperson who does hot have a 11 censo to i drink 1 r Heaviest Rains all over the State 0 The rain Tuesday and Tuesday a night proved to be the heaviest eyer recorded in Kentucky The rain was general and every creek in cue Oominonwealth has been and every river is now overflow ijig With muddy water some of f tiiopiMgher than fo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 February 1909

THE TIMES Oj1v j PUBLISHED EVERT THCBSDAT JE Burgher Publisher h Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered aS secondclass mail matter Thursday rob 25 1909 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned a The TIMES and 5106l l u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 A Wise Mississippi Law I Mississippi has a law which re quires the Governor jbefcrehe pardons a felon to publish in the county where the prisoner was convicted hen of those who sign the petition for execu tive clemency The object being to show wlio is responsible for the movement in behalf of the convict and to offer opportunity for a counter movement if there is any desire to inaugurate such opposition The wisdom and benefits of such a law are apparent and it could be copiedrwith great ad vantage by thiStato If this were done citizens would not be so ready to sign petitions a...

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. — 25 February 1909

jIN hi C < tr tlp < t N wY tJ HE TIMES 1 1 t I > 1v 11k MADE PAl ER iff 4 1 THURSDAY Feb II I I I > S VvtOOAL BREVITIES < I r Miss Qarrie Barnett is visiting relutivesin Olark county r Miss Kate Daniel is visiting c relative in Winchester this week 111 Mrs Ann E Barnett is visit Ji g her daughter Mrs Mayme tJ Allen K < Vm Morton Sr of Bowen K jyas transacting business in the x vTi City Tuesday r < i Several of our citizens and j tradesmen attended court at Win Monday5Vr l Mrs Olemmie Rice a former resident of this city I has moved t from Mt Sterling to Teas ij v For SaleCottage of four rooms In business part of town Apply Civ at this office tr Miss Mollie Johnson is visiting hersistejr Mrs J H Burgher at Winchester v > > Mrs Lewis 0 Lyle Vaughns Mill attended the funeral of her sister Mrs John Lee at Mt Sterling Moncjay Mr i and MrsR Swope of j < La Monte MQM formerly of this city are the happy recipients of It new girl born last week Johnnie Wright and...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 February 1909

We Buy FURS Hides and Weel F Uien > TuKmBHwut CinJtng CoU aUYcDcrwRooOMy Apple WUd Ginger eta We are dealers urttEAed in 1856Ortr ball a century in LouimBV bd can do better for you tbui iffrnti ft rnnmitrfttii mttTrif ntt Reference oar facile T rarhtflf Write tot weekly pike list aDd 1praa tan pocelUludiHpcugUgiMi Mi Sabel A tons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Some men are cautions by na ture and some because the mule lucked them kickedthemFor For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this otllce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans trutn at riuy City is ready for the orphan jirls in the mountains liisalarge three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City Ibis owned by the oclctr of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the MJJPS of five and thirteen will be re 1 rpved if eligible We hope to t tke the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the newel age health character etc rte Only those who have ne...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 March 1909

r M I 1r J cLAYICTTY TIME 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCnjgjlke Surrounding Conntry and Ourselves > I E Burgher Publisher VOL XIV CLAY CITY KY HURSDAY MARCH 4 J900 NO U Wo Advise Against Raising Tobacco I Some of our farmers are per suaded to put in crops of tobacco r on their best lands Our advice is not to do it If present indi cation below do not fail there will be at least onethird more tobacco raised this year than ev 1 er beforer High prices have been realized on this tobacco only through the methods of the Wool and cutting out last yeas crop As there is so much of the need to be grown this year we believe it will be almost imprac ticable to succeed in pooling e nough to keep the price up We hope we are wrong but fear not Two Umbs Broken Mrs Hazelrigg mother of Clar ence Hazelrigg fell last Wed nesday night and broke a leg and arm She got up during the night to watch the rising waters which WitS in view of the housaand slip ped hnd fell Her limbs were ...

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. — 4 March 1909

Ii 4 t tiS + I L Y > r n r t > v t i l JIQ EftZ tUL t I I CITY TIME S > tW jf 50 Cents a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay CitjvJne Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher 1ublishcr t VOL XIV CLAW CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 4 J909 NO U We Advise Against Raising Tobacco I Some of our f mners are perI suaded to put in crops of tobacco on their best lands Our advice is n ttodo it If present indi cation beJow do not fail there will be at least onethird more tobacco raised this year than ev 1 er beforer High prices have been realized on this tobacco only through the methods of the fool and cutting out last yeas crop As there is so much of the weed to be grown this year we tfclieve it will be almost imprac ticable to succeed in pooling e tiough to keep the prico up We hope we are wrong but fear not Two Limbs Broken Mrs flaselrigg mother of Clar ence Hazelrigg fell last Wed nesday night and broke a leg and arm She got up during the night to watch the rising waters which w...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 March 1909

TfiH TIMS PUDLISUJCD EVJmr TnURSDAT J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Mel 4 1900 ° CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned C The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Yet We take Courage I John Junken an Iowa negro to gether with some other negro toughs have it seems been car rying on a secret systematic plan of assaults and murders upon ain nocent white girls at Ottumwa The negroes and whites attend the same school in Iowa In Pittsburg Pa a few weeks ago at one time there were over 1000 negroes in the jails of that city at one time for assault on white girls Evey jail cell was full other nergo criminals had to be guarded The whites must attend schools with the blacks in Pennsylvania too Both states are of course under Republican rule ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 March 1909

ttili i rMES < t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAfER W f 0 THURSDAY Mch 4 1000 LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs Maude Moore of Snrdis Miss is visiting relatives in the city H B Barnes of Furnace was I transacting business in the city SaturdayI I SaturdayVaughn Vaughn Wilson of Morehead i t visited his sister Mrs E B McUlone Tuesday Mrs Wm 0 Martin and chil dren visited relatives at Uosslyn from Friday until Monday Mrs J W Williams has some interesting reading in her ad space this week Be sure and read it L J B Eaton has the contract to supply the necessary lumber for some largo tobacco brans in the bluegrass section J O Alien has returned from Kansas and Ooloruda where he has been on a business mission for several weeks A Kentucky Wesleyan College l lecture recital and Glee Club will give an entertainment at the Methodist church Friday night J A Wallace of Irvine was hero Friday and Saturday He was on his return homo from Mt Sterling where he had bought a fine saddle horse 1 The Powell County Medical Assoc...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 March 1909

Weluy FURS Hides and W0el + Fctthm TaDowwu CIaM Golden 3tWYelUwRcO May AppU Will Claw etc Were daleni nubUtd in 1856Ortf lull a center In LouunJt ud call do better f or you tW agent or CfmnMna mad Reference am Balk LauiniIIe Writ for ur prig lid ud iliniai tam Mi Sabel A fens 229 L Market St LOUISVILLE KY Many a man has paid a lawyer 5 and 10 for poorer advice than his wife would willingly lave given him for nothing For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this office We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Homo at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in the mountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and s by good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen will be re ceived if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be reclove...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 March 1909

k i w J if I 4 Jit < 4 k t t iJ II ii THE CLAY CITY TIMES l a t 50 Cents a Year in Ad vane We are here to help Clay City the SorroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 Ile Burgher Publisher VO4NIIT < CLAY CITY KY 1 THURSDAY MARCH 11 J909 NO Il i A Large Tree I = t I r Slade Ky MarclrlO 00 001it Forkof Red river on what is r known as tho McGowan tract of land some parties of this place treef w The tree looked uncommonly large and they ventured up and took the measure and to their surprise it measured 31 feet in 4 circumference which makes the r tree 10 feet in diameter s There has been within the last two mouths several noted timber men looking through this tract of timber and from what we can learn have almost made a deal for it which will be brought out on a narrow guage railroad cdnj structed up Clear Branch from an L E switch known as tSput number two We trust this will be a go so it will give employment to a lot of tour good people around Dundee To Select School Books Ata meeting...

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. — 11 March 1909

THEe TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSDAT J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Mch 11 1909 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 7 ft 11 Home and Farm 75 751 A friend of the Times hands in the following items of interest William Eaton and Charlie Mize the noted Powell county coon hunters report a scarcity of their game this season They at tribute the same to the Novem ber election tracks and trails showing that all coons left im mediately afterwards for Wash ington to attend the Inaugura tion of William Howard P Taft Their winters catch has been con fined to Brer Possum and Brer Pole cat the former staying a way through fear and the latter through self respect If Thee Roosevelts markman ship is inaccurateas his term of...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 March 1909

> tHE JI TIMES u AX ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t r t I 1 THURSDAY iich 111000 a LOCAL BREVITIES v Born to Mr and Mrs 0 Port wood Fob 13 ii Of pound girl Mrs R A Irvin is visiting her sou the Rev Logan Irvin at Americus Ga Farmers are getting somewhat behind with their work on ac count of so much rain The rivert1as been very high this week but not high enough to wash away any more of oilr bridges The City Qouncil met in regu lar session Friday night and transacted the regular routine of business The entertainment and lecture at the Methodist church Friday night was very much enjoyed by all present presentLemon Lemon Henry of Mt Sterling was hero Saturday with a small drove of young cattle that he had bought ohHardwicks creek Dr Martin reports the birth of a SOil to Tilden Tracy and wife on March Oth and the birth of a daughter to John Kimbrell on the 8th 8thMrsJ MrsJ N Vaughn of Lexing ton and Mrs Geo W Ander son of Mt Sterling are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson It seems tha...

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. — 11 March 1909

We Buy FURS Hides and Waol Feathers I uow zxciwu Chung AppleWild Wild Ginger etc We an dealer t wulJxd in 1856Orer hail a CODlllr7la LouiniHo udcudo better for you tluo gent or tcouaiiBOO mercl ants Reference tor Back In LouiniBe Writ for wetUr Urprice M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY What we need in this vnrld is fewer women who play bridge and more iv ho play Bridget For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this olflce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Homo atl Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in themountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the nges of five and thirteen will here reved if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before the are pent we want to know the name age health character eto etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 March 1909

t t f1 Gr t V T p w r r 1 rHEjC 4YiCIl Y TIME S i > 5l A t Vb1 1f < 50 Celts a Year ln Advance i We are here to help Cla Zt orronnJing Country and Oorsdves > r J i Burgher Publisher VOL xiv CLAY QITI KXpHUKSDAY MARCH 1ti190 NOtU 1 < < < The Tobacco SItuitiori Night riders have resumed op r erations in the western part of I the State Plant beds of indo pendent farmers are being scrap ed andsowed with grass In the burley tobacco district no tqbac co has yet been pooled but ran effort will be made later to get ib ib0jper cent of the crop pooled Sftudiif they fail intbis twill all Jjbe thrown on the open market will mean that every one who raises the weed this year will do so at a loss lossEmbraces 1 Embraces Religion Curt Jett who is serving a life term in the Frankfort penitentia ry for the murder of James B Marcum and osaidhe had been converted to Christianity has made an exemplary prisoner and is said to ba one of the best Biblical tuholars in the peniten tiary teU...

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. — 18 March 1909

THE TIMES u IOIJUSUED EVERt TUDKSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Mch 18 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate i with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 81 00 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 75 The Law and Justice A young man who was once undergoing an examination for lit enso to practice law when asked what is law replied An unequal distribution of jus tice ticeThis This is not the intentions of the law but that is the way it is sometimes administered Judge Landis of Indiana about a year ago imposed a fine of 20 000000 on the Standard Oil Com pany for rebating The enor mous fine came about by the ha bitual abuse of the anti trust law The big corporation suc ceeded in getting a new trial this time before Judge Anderson of Illinois who seemed to be working a...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 March 1909

> ihiEATIl ES 4 A4 1 AY rlj IiOAIEMADE PAPER ti 113URSIiAY Mch 18 1009 r r y LOCAL BREVITIES iE Tipton Millers creek i Aviis hero Tuesday ton bIlS ICeS > t Mrs Wnu 0 Martin visited r elllivesnt Stanton Tuesday < JW Henry who has been guile sick is improving nicely Several from this city attend v ed OircuikCourt atStantQnMbn r rlnyr rlnyAmos L t Amos Gain and family have moved to Bloomington 111 to re < side 1 sideS sideA A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs A J Martin Sunday Feb 28th v Judge TJ Fletcher was in Jilt Sterling last week on a busi v iiess mission fJhbicq home grown Early Rose seed Irish Potatutoes for sale Mrs Nannie Pryor Spout Spring ICya Miss Annie McMahan of Mr A Sterling is visiting her cousin Mrs Sam Orr i I I Mrs A M Burgher visited relatives a Winchester several i days last week I J 0 Allen is very sick being I confined to his bed the greater part of the time Miss Lenora Gilbert of Oov ifigton is visiting her aunt Mrs Clarence Hazelrigg vU F Tomlinson s...

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. — 18 March 1909

W Ly I A FURS HUM anti wthn F thn Tallow BMIWUC Clweaj Co1deSealYetiowRootL Mq Apvla Wild Clonr ate Wn datnt 1856Ora6JfewerlaLawr4odt LinDJ cu ao Ultra lot you iLut eb or cooouioo taactnti Rcfctcwx urBukioLainnSb Watt for wttUr Can tut ud tppa ti M Sabel A Sena 229 K Marktt SU LOUISVILLE KY The chronic borrower depends for spending money on hisfriends and says Whyif tht didnt lend it to me tjie cliunips would go and Kpniii itn No more ldngtiii > Mil > < rii tiotiH so renew today We Want The Orphans Ilu liiKiiniiiiJ UrujuiiiH IliniiH at Cliiy Miy is ready for the wplihn Jlrlll in tliiMiinuntHinx It isaluruc thr e shay brick IIMMHC beiiiiifnlly Ii ifwit Liv Pity It is owned bythoSociety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and ihirteer will be re ceived if eligiblerchope to take the boys later Before they are sentti we want to know the name age health character eto etc Only those who have neither father or mother will ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 March 1909

at 1 I I j ki f p r 4 THE r CLA LllTY TIMES t d0 hi Centsu Year > hjAdyano < f 1V ire here to help c1i Ije Surrouniiug Coautr aai Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher 1 v V01 XIV < CLAY CITY gr USDAT MARCH 25 J909 NO 12 Horrible Accident Tuesday mprnittr while burn ihg8ohie trash in the garden the clothing of Mrs Drusie Wright vidow of tho late B Frank Wright caught fire and burned the bpdy horribly She ran to apond near by and extinguished the flames but she was so seri ously burned that she passed a way early yesterday morning Her son and only child John T Wright of Illinois hits been tel egraphed for wJion the funeral arrangements will be made She is survived by her son a bove mentioned and three broth ers Messrs R T Kennon J M Kennon and Lyle Kennonand three sisters Mesdames Ann French Jennie Russell and J W Williams allof this coun ty The Peace Oaks The great oak trees jn the gar den at the White House are known as the Peace Oaks They were planted previous to the Civil war ...

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. — 25 March 1909

A r c r p yin w a l y K j H T tT TIMES 1 K f i FTTPI4 J JjtT 50 Cents a Year inAdvancWe ire here to helpCIa e Sariounjiog Couolr and Ourselves 11 Burgher Publisher Vorxiv CLAY CITY tfxSttUftSDAY MARCH 25 1909 NO 12 J Horrible Accident Tuesdaymorning while burn ihgeoino trash in the garden the clothing of Mrs Drusie Wright vidow of the late B Frank Wright caught reand burned the body horribly She ran to apond near by and extinguished the flames but she was so seri ously burned that she passed a way early yesterday morning Her son and only child John T Wright of Illinois has been tel egraphed for wJien the funeral arrangements will be made She is survived by her son a bove mentioned and three broth ers Messrs R T Kennon J M Kennon and Lyle Kennon and three sisters Mesdames Ann French Jennie Russell and J W Williams all of this coup ty The Peace Oaks r The groat oak trees in the gar den at the White House are known as the Peace OaksH They were planted previous to the Civil war by John ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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