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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 December 1909

r J 0 r 1 f I t tf 1 a t yt y 1 a O 1 4 V Ii S fy io f hJ k 1 1 I r tiI4 THE J LA t r jI J YTIMES 4 X J 7 Y < l I rft o Cents a Year in Advance I YQJ XIV Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court 1owcll County Deposit Bank Plaintiff I versus i C 11 Noble and Co Defendant Notice of snle In equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale ofthe Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November Term 1000 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on the 8 day of January 1010 at 1 oclock P JI or thereabout being court Day1 will as Coininin sinner proceed to offer for sale at Pub lic Auction to the highest bidder on A credit six months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the ptoperty men tioned in the judgment towit A certain tract or parcel of land ly ing and being on the waters of Hard wleVs creek in Powell county Ky be f ginning nt two black walnuts sprouts near W 0 Nolands gate thence a hopt a South course to u point of n rock wljero W 0 Nolands fence stands i jthfjncea straight l...

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. — 23 December 1909

I u w I OJ Yyt B I 1 t r J t It itq i Iv I R ffjfE < rIMES I II I r IUllLISUED VERY THUKSUAY on J IV Burgher Publisher Sobcription Rates SO Cents per year ID ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second clnss mail matter Il lnOOtillS t CLUB RATES For the convenience f of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below nientioned belmentionedTJie CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 dd Louisville Conihiercial 75 1 IYmettd Farm 75 v i i President Taft in his message to Congress recommends the pas sage of aship subsidiary bill to aid American ships in competi tion with foreign vessels How over failed to urge the passage of any measure to protect Amer ican labor in competion with for 1 eign labor The defeat of Speaker Gannon is ahvnys in the future never in the present It is a constant wonder how this bold bad man pursues his nefarious course in disregard of the confident predic I tions of his overthrow Buhin J President Taftsollice tab...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 December 1909

t Jk t ji 2 i I l 1t > i ia it 7 = tII1 E TIMES > x 1ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 4 = THURSDAY Dec 251 1105 = = = = = LOCAL BREVITIES S Cashier AFr NVhitt was in Lexington Tuesday A Merry Christmas and Happy New > Year to all our readers Marshal S D Hose has beet busy collecting tax this week yJ L Martin of Vintonis the guest of his son Dr Wm 0 5lartin DiartirMrs Mrs Duran Smith mother Of Mrs James M Benton died at iiltichlnondSaturcluy ltichlnondSaturcluyDr 7 v Dr Hatnmans the dentist is now prepared ta do your dente work of all kinds Located up staira over the Wnjdrou buidirgi John Hendrix of Hardwick Creek moved recently to tl eGip Taylor proaerty in the fasten portion of the city j The continued cold weather Y has caused ice to freeze to a thickness of about five inches and many are putting up ice The ice is Of the finest quality Stung For 15 Years by Indigtflifiip pait igrying ma I ny doctors and 8200 00 worth o medicine in vain B F Aysciie Jf Inglcside N 0 at Just used Dr Kings...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 December 1909

1 n t wKa yr t h + tn 1i c j l if U oti i Send Title wogeale Jth I tClfrlerid a friend and see which isthe1 most highly appreciated When man is a success he claims the credit when he is a failure he finds some woman to blame forit Some men belong to every so ciety inttlie neighborhood but the society ofthoir home ° Commissibiifirs Sale Powell Circuit Court Frank Amburgy Plaintiff Versus John Abhleyv Defendant NoticQ < f sale in equity By virtue petty jidgm nt nmlprder of siilo of the Powell Circuit Court ren h red at the June Term 1000 thereof in thb above muse the undersigned YI lon the Srddiy of Tnnuiiry 1810 at 1 clock p m pr tliertaboiit being Court Dayj I will as commissioner jirfrceed to offer fbr sale at Public Aic tiun f 0 theltgh sifc bidder pn a credit ivf six months at the Court House 111enI tiDbedin than dudgn lIt towlt F A tract Vjn1l situated on the wn Tars of Shut h Foi3 in Powell county Ky Beginning oii ail eltn at the Stul Icns eaV r OM JJlnokbUrn1 branch run <...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 December 1909

t 7 it 1 J THE CLAY CTTY TIMES d i L 1 11 Cents a Year in Advance A VOI XLV VLXLVCommissioners Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Vownll County Deposit Hank HiintllT versus < 5 M Xcilile and Co Defendant Notice of sale in equity By virtue of u judgment mid order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered tit tho November Term 1000 thereof In tho above cause tho under signed will on the 8 day of January 171it I oclock V M or thereabout dicing Court Day 1 will as Cnmmit sinner proceed to offer for sale at Pub He Auction to the highest bidder on a credit six months at tho Court House door Stanton Ky the property men tioned In the Judgment towit A certain tract or parcel of laud ly ing mid being on the waters of Hurd wicks creek in Powell county Ky he ginning ut two black walnuts sprouts near W O Mohmds gate tlienee a bout a South course to n point of n rock wherd W 0 Kolandp fence stands thence straight line to n chest oak at the corner of suldNoland fence thence n strnlght ...

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. — 30 December 1909

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sutscrif lion Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 30 1000 u n CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates e with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 k Louisville Commercial 75 j ct Home and Farm 75 W J Liunpton of New York who has for a number of years manifested a keen interest in the mountains of Kentucky is agi tating experiment farms being located by the government in these parts for the farmers ben efit and has written Oongressman Langley asking that he assist in this matter Langley has repli ed advising Mr Lampton that he thinks the people of the 10th con gressional district can attend to their own business Nothing would do our farmers more good than an experiment station that they might be taught how hest to manage their farms to the greatest profit ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 December 1909

u = = = = r tTHE TIMES r rN ALL HOMEMADE PAFI R n u 0 THURSDAY Dee 80 100 = 7 = = = c = = LOCAL BREVITIES Born Sunday December 2Uth to Mr and Mrs A Walters a girl girlMiss Miss Maud Fletcher is spend ing the holidays with relatives I at Winchesfbr Otis Mackey visited Henry White at Winchester Saturday and Sunday Whats thematter boys Not a single marriage in Clay City n this Christmas Dorris Mize of Louisville spent Xmas day with his cousin t 0 ShSmfessel and family MrsJ P Coliver of Salt Lick is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs W T Adams Miss Grace Shimfessel spent a few days with her friend Miss Nancy Swope at Indian Fields School closed Thursday before Christmas for the holidays and will open up again Monday Jan uary 5rd 0 Prof II M Brumley left Fri day to spend the holidays with friends at Lawenceburgturd Frankfort Mr and Mrs Harry Shattuck 1of Beattyville are spending 1t Christinas with relatives at the River Hotel Ed Moore and family have moved to Sardis Miss where Moore has ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 December 1909

The saloons of this city had a bigger holiday trade than any other line of business in the city The surrounding dry territory all seemed to send their topers here for their supply wet goods for Christmas ChristmasIf If people only said what they thought there wouldnt bo so much talking Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court prank Amburgy Plaintiff versus John Ashley Defendant Notice of sale in equity By virtue of a judgment and order of hale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the Juno Term 1009 thereof in the above cause the undersigned I will on the 3rd day of January 1010 at beingCourt Court Day I will as commissioner proceed to offer for sale at Public Auc tion to the highest bidder on a credit of six months ut the Court Houso door Stanton Ky the property men tioned in the judgment towit A tract of land situated on the wa ters of South Fork in Powell county Ky Beginning on an elm at the Mul Ions cave on Blackburn branch run ning North with Bakers fence to the branch thence...

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. — 6 January 1910

r 14c A v + c h i S riCt t j r j J I tt t tI I 1 I rP < d r i r < r I oi Ii l A LM Jitt 10LM I T r t < Ijri M E YYy lXr I y 14h r n I 11 ThE C L 11 r t 1 CITY TIMES J1 J 1 0 < t a L 50 Cents a Year In Allvn cVe are here to help Clay Cjtraiif SarronnJiDg Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher Y2 XV I CLAY CITY KY THOJRSDAY JANUARY 6 1JI0NO 1 tfew Inspection Law Proposed > At tins session of the State General Assembly there will he introduced n bill which if adopt cdand enjcted into law will be of untold benefit to the people and taxpayers of the state The proposed i vttlV will provide for a uniform accounting and in sppction of all public officials of Kentucky f KentuckvInspection in its full sense and us we hbpb by law to apply itln Kentucky weans that the accounts Of evpry public olfico mid department in the State whothtr of State county city town School district or other taxing subdivision or unit shall be rigidly ahd in a strictly ii9n purtifiim way examined u...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 January 1910

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THCESDAY t J B Burgher 1ubHsner Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Jan C 1910 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 1 Louisville Commercial 75 d 1 Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING Marion McKinney of Lexing ton was up this week Dr Henry Winburn has mov ed back to his farm on Kentucky river rivenDelbert Delbert Christopher is spend ing a few days with relatives at Winchester tp Mr and Mrs Bayard Rogers nave returned to their home at t f II Indianapolis Ind f k > Tom Ware has moved to this neighborhood and Bee Snowden Juts moved to June Walters place 1i ear Olay Oity to Our line of Millinery is strictly up to date and our prices are right We invite you to call and see it Hardwick Co Stanton f Virden 00 Curtis attended court at Stanton...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 January 1910

f 1 Vi y rIIE TIMES r 6 t AH ALL HOMEMADE BAf R f I I rHUKIAY Tall 11 1010 j lVtioQAJ ltEVITIESI I Full liniof Indies and Misses f bluaktkat close prices r Mrs J Williums K < Emery Cain was in West Vir 0 iginia two days lust week 1 John P Gnylord has rented a house and Will move to Stanton t toreslder i Y GB MartinMfJeJljersonville was tnuisactinjj business ip tljo city yesterday 4George Fletcher has entered Stanton College and will riiere 1r take a coursq in the bookkeeping v and business department Mrs H J W Johnson and Miss es Ethel and Laura Johnson of Stanton spent n few days with f Mrs J W Jewell last week Mrs Preston Barnes ind daugh ter Miss Clyde of Bath comity visited Mrs Barnfis1 sistqr Mrs T J Fletcher a few days the past week 11 4 iThe new year collections have basil very good with the Times this year and to our many pat Sons who have responded we feel very grateful The first meeting of the newly elected City Council will be held Friday night The Mayoi had Police Jud...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 January 1910

1 I Fluttering Hearts I have had heart trouble for 40 years after taking 18 bottles of Dr Miles Heart Remedy I am en tirely cured and today I do nut feel the slightest effect of heart trouble DAVID FRAZIER State Soldiers Home ErIc Co Ohio Fluttering indicates a weakness of the nerves and muscles of the heart Like palpitation shortness of breath pain in side and shoulder it is frequently followed by the worst form of heart disease therefore it should not be neglected Dr Miles Heart Remedy is a most reliable heart medicine It strengthens and regulates the heart action stimulates the digestive or gans and increases the circulation The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MAMS 1 A8v1llANT1l DnmNs oIc AnyoneWndlagaatetebanddeaoet IQI inn quletlr atertaln our opinion tree wbetllM lID Invention la probablypSt4it 1 IIIy eraUoolllrlcfleou1ldeoUalJtA ent free OkleaC areocr for II oaPataatann Patent weD through Moan a 00 ereost apu a n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 January 1910

r a 1 B y r It T H E C L i f jr F > i t i CITY TIMES t s < J Q9 Cents i Year in Advane j i L VOb xr I The Cold Wave Lust Wednesday morning it began ruining which Turned to sleet and snow Thursday and Friday morning wo wore greeted layabout a ten inch snow which was t ho deepest in probably ten Years Friday nighr the tjier monieter dropped to about ten degrees below ero and it sp reg istered this low three successive nights with one exception when it went to 12 degrees bejow This is evidently the coldest weather we hate had since 1005 It is warmer now and thawing fast Indications are now good for rain which will cause another tide in the river The snow at Jackson and that far up in the mountains e was very light We Protect Local Advertisers Two weeks ago wo received a letter from u concern in the city wanting to buy an unlimited mount of advertising space in the Clay City Times and was willing to pay us two times as much as we get from our local advertisers We refused the of fe...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 January 1910

J THE TIMES IUllLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per feisr in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday cTan 13 1910 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers subl scribers we have arranged club rates J with the following papers at pricei helow mentioned d The TIMES and CourierJournal s10 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Those Insurgents T ho Republican platform upon which President Taft was elect ed and tho Republican House kept intact declared for a revis ion of the tariff downward Soon as Tuft was sworn into office ho called a special session of Con gress to revise the tariff accord ing to the declaration of this party platform However the tariff was revised upward in stead of downward Taft Raid he didnt like it but signed r itbecause he said it was the best that could be done at that time At the time this revision work was going on there were a score or more of Republi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 January 1910

> 1I1 J I1 f IES j Hj 1 WI 1 < VXALl HOMEMADE PAFKR PAFER1U tllUKSDAY1 Iiui J5 HMO t = = = = = oo r LOCAL BREVITIES I < Mr and Mrs Dillard Estes aro visiting relative tienr Howard5 I i Bill Hath county if I FiiUline of Ladies and Misses Teloaks at close prices < pricesMrs 4 Mrs J ViIHums D B Davis of this city is selling out and will shortly move to Middletown Ohio t i tDr Martin announces the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs y Richard Adams January 10 J Mr arid Mrs Bert Barnett of Olnrk county are spending a few ir days with relativesill the conn t y 19 JA T Pettitt who was Satnr I I day elected Chief Police of this > city will shortly move his family to this city Mr and Mr Shelf Neal of Millers Creek visited tho latter c parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Es tes from Saturday till Tuesday rir James Bellis and Sarah Daniel t were married January 0 at 8 p 1 m at the residence of J Belli din Clay City Eld A Easter of dating Edwin Rose and son Glint at + l tended the funeral of Mrs W 0...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 January 1910

The Latest Fad The latest fad in society is the tub cure In this the patient u rises just as the crIsp air of the morning is mellowed by the first sunbeam An ordinary wash Sleepless Nights My wife is of a nervous tempera ment and has suffered much from sleeplessness Since using Dr Miles Nervine she has greatly improved and now sleeps wclL W 1V FISH BAQK Redkcy Ind When the nerves become weak worront excitable from over work worry grief or mental ex haustion their turbulent condition prevents that total refaxation that induces sleep Dr Miles Nervine by its soothing and quieting influ ence and by strengthening and re I plenishing the exhausted nerve force f brings profound and restful sleep The first bottle will benefit If not the druggist will return your money u EIEt1c BItters Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostmuun and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it it Ai bc iHriF i r sold over a t r1...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 January 1910

J < J J y r ID 7 i THE OL YlCITY > TIMES L i J I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We art here to help craY 5the SnrroiinJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOIJ XV CLAY OITY KYfifJrUnSDAY JANUARY 20 J90 NO3 Shoot the Dude The father who raises a son to manhood and neglects to teach him some avocdtion by which he can earn an honest living makes u serious and sometimes fatal mistake says an exchange The big brawny strapping young fel I low in blue overalls with bare arms black with coal and grease who slings a heavy sledgeham mer eight or ten hours a day or heaves ton after ton of coal into a flaming furnace may not look so neat sweet and kissable as as the spider legged dude in u tailor made suit of clothes but when it comes down to a bread J and meat proposition the latter individual is lost in the shuttle No matter particularly what trade or avocation u man follows just so it is honest and legitimate I and the man has the inclination and ability to do the task well A f...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 January 1910

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher 1ubllsher Sotscripliun Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second class mail matter Thursday Jan 20 1911 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Oreat Political Upheaval The last few days has seen the greatest political upheavel tha Washington has witnessed for many years Mr Gifford Pinchot as is wel known is several times a mill ionaire arid his private incom is said to be 200000 annually It is something unusual when a man with this enormous wealtl to enjoy deliberately gives up his independence and freedon and serves his government for the sake of the good that he cai lo loIt It will be recalled that it wa it the suggestion of Mr Fincho that President Roosevelt convok ud the Congress of Governors of I all of the St...

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. — 20 January 1910

r THE TIMES c r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER J IUnSPAY Jan 20 1011 = = = LOCAL BREVITIES II Witt of Levee was hcre I Saturday transacting business I lI about that New Year res oltitibrivtiave you broken it yet SwaunDays big pinning mill closed Uowti kalurday for a short tittleBnrn Born to Mr and Mrs John M Kennon Wednesday Janus rylOthjason Full line Ladies li8se8 cloaks at close prices Mrs J Williams We learn that a new pool room will bo started in this city in n very short time The thaw d hqavyirain following have given us pleiit of mud and high water J Mike King bought of Martha Willognhby 280 acres of InncTo Black creek nt private figures Mr and Mrs Wm Mount n have returned from Sardas Miss where they have been on a visi j to their son Joe Mountz i Judge and Mrs J H Hard wick of Stanton are rejoiciti over the arrival of a new son which arrived at their home Jan uary 11th 1The Quarterly elitiu > of this Conference year will be held with the Methodist church in 2this city the fifth Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 January 1910

Sheriffs Tax Sale On Monday Feb 7 1010 at the Court House door in Stanton Ky I will sell the following described real estate or so much thrreof as limy be necessary to satisfy the a mount of tux due the county and State together with penalty anti Lost thereon duo for the year 1909 except where otherwise mentioned Berry W M Heirs 75 acres ad joins B F Berry total tax 81 00 Women Who Suffer Dr Miles AntiPain Pills arc the test pain remedy on earth Mother und I have used them for the past seven years MISS ORLEANA SCHENKE SCHENKEEnid Enid Okla Pain is simply nerve disturbance Derangements in any part of the body irritate the nerves centered there Dr Miles AntiPain Pills stop pain and misery because they allay this irritation Women find great relief from periodical suffer ing by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on first indication of pain or distress The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFF...

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