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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 February 1910

0 c 1r 4 et 0 I i I nt THE CLAY CITY TIMES r I F < 1 = M 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help ciawCjty the Snrronoiing Country and Ourselves J E Hiinjher Publisher I vgJ XT CLAY CITY KyHURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 JOIO NO Disastrous Explosion in Mina Fifteen men are known to be dead and many others are miss ing presumed to be penned uj in entries by falls of slate as a result of a gas explosion in the Browder mine in Muhlenber county Tuesday Fifteen bodies + have been recovered all of then horribly mutilate d and sonic of them past identification Be cause of the accumulation of gas r es in the entry where the explo sion occurred 170 feet beneath the ground and 700 feet bad from the mine shaft it was im possible to begin active rescue work until six hours after the disaster occurred County Unit Bills In Hard Luck The fate of the county unit bills before the present Legisla ture seem to all hang up in the Senate where they are referred by vote to a committee on Relig ion and Morals...

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. — 3 February 1910

THE TIM Se rUllLISIlED EVERY TUOUSDAY = J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai avance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Feb 3 1910 CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club yates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 u Home and Farm 75 The recent revelations at the New York Custom House in which it was shown that the Su gar Trust has been getting their sugar imported into this country and weighed by fraudulent scales thus robbing tho Government out of millions of dollars annually in duties by this shortage in weight has attracted a great deal i > f attention The Government has finally sent four employees to the penitentiary These pitiful little follows drew 1800 a week while perpetrating the fraud under the direction of oth ers The administration has been se verely criticised for prosecuting the 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. — 3 February 1910

rfl4E TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Feb 8 1910 u LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Carrie Tipton of Win ches er is yisiting her sister Mrs W K Burgher Miss Bertha Mapol visited Mrs Jas B Hall at Lexington from Friday till Tuesday Mrs W T Adams and Mrs 11 W Russell are visiting Mrs George Shattuck nt Beattyville M H Cotrtney has taken charge of Swann Days big plan ing mill at Jackson and Beatty nile O W Easter sold his little farm of 15 acres near Walters ferry bridge to Isaac Barnett for 850 00 Now is a good time to ouy your ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs 1 W Williams t A comet was discovered in the western horizon for several days last week but gradually disap peared Dr Martin announces the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Louis Mastin Thursday Janua ry27th 27thEggs Eggs are now worth thirty cents in the local market the highest we ever saw them in Clay City Yesterday was ground hog day 4 and next comes Lincolns birth day St Valentine day Wa...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 February 1910

Heart Failure Of the many deaths from heart failure very few realize in advance the seriousness of their condition When the heart shows a weakness such as palpitation short breath pain in chest and in side it needs attention just as much as other organs do when they fail to do their work well lor any condition of heart trouble you can rely on Dr Miles Heart Remedy It will strengthen and regulate the heart action and enable it to over come the strain upon its weakened conditionI I had heart trouhio My son In duced mo to try Dr Miles heart Rem edy I took In all four bottles for a complete curt MRS M E MARVIN Marlon Ind The first bottle will benefit If not your drug lst will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship TELEGRA PITY TYPEWRITING RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced to 845 + nd 8250 of students railroad faro paid Boys this is YOUR OP IORTUNITY to learn a first clnss trade that pays a good salary every month in the year Excell...

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. — 10 February 1910

f 0 11 It r TIMES ryt tH 7 50 Cents a Year in Advance t We rf her h to help Clay City the Sorronniing 4 Country and Ourselves 1 R Burgher Publisher a VOTJXVfJ fJi CLAY CITY Kym hSDAY FEBRUARY JO J9lO NO H GOOD ROAD LAWS It seems at last that Kentucky in to have some good road laws Following are provisions of bills now before both Houses of the Legislature which will likely pass before this paper reaches its renders I lIn order to put the will of the majority of the voters of Ken tucky inforce and secure for our State the same system of road laws as are in effect in nearly all of the ptogrissive States of our union there have been introduc ed three measures in thje State Senate and they have also been introducehm the House known as Senate billaNos 40 50 and 61 Somite bill No 40 is a com plete revisionof the present road laws of Kentucky and ipsfead i < tf the present county rb over veer I or road superintendent the Magistrates elect a county iroad engineer who must be a qualifi ed...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 February 1910

THE TIMES t IUIIUSHEI KVKKV TIID11SUAY 119 Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered no secondclnss mail mutter Thursday Feb 10 1010 h CLUB RATES F6r the convenience of our sub i cribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and tICourierJournal 1100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 1 V Louisville Commercial 75 H > Homeland Farm 75 The Tariff on Bibles Bibles n eto cost more A joker just found in the new tar iff law adds 15 per cent to the duty Ii Bibles The news be came publiewhen a large num ber of religious periodicals ap peered carrying I advertisement inserted by Bible distributors to tho effect that owing to an in crease iii the tariff we are oblig ed to withdraw our prices on all Bibles and testaments listed in our 1009 catalog Under the old tariff law a duty of 25 per cent was imposed on all Bibles whose chief cost is pa per The new law contains this phrase but the tariff mak ers...

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. — 10 February 1910

Y i THE TIMES cET1MEaXN AN AiL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Feb 10 1110 = = LOQAL BREVITIES Taulbee Mountz has gone to Beattyville to engage in business Joe Jones of Winchester was in the city Tuesday buying some oak timber Lexington is to have a new 800000 hotel work on same to begin at once J A Rogers of Xenn was tsansacting business in the city Tuesday morning I As a weather prognosticator the groundhog seems to have them all in the b tck ground Louie Bradley of Paris Texas is spending a few days with friends in the city 1 Dr Irvin has been quite sick this week but is somewhat im proved at this time Y Born to Mr and Mrs W R I Burgher of this city Sunday I Jan 31st a daughter Mrs Ann French is visiting her cousin Mrs L T Ilagau at Winchester this week Bert Barnett Olark county was here the first of the week buying some young cattle I W E Heflin and B T Fox of Clark county traders were here last week and bought some cat tieBorn ii Born January torf I J and Mrs G B Conlee of this county ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 February 1910

4 Delicate Women From a thin nervous wreck Miserable and wretched 1 am now ijoyiiiK splendid health and it i s all traceable to Dr Miles Nervine MRS MAUD It OlUNGJiR Philadelphia Pcnua As a rule women understand the nature of their delicate organism lint overlook the wonderful influence their nervous system has upon their Kvncral health They do not realize tIt nearly all their ills are directly taccable to the nervous system Thousands of women have regained their health and vigor by the use of Dr Miles Nervine It restores strength to the entire nervous system The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY rAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPEdlAL OFFER Life Scholarship in TELEGRA IMY TYPEWRITING ami RAIL lOA AGENCY reduced lo 845 ind 3251 of students railroad fare IIi Hvs this fs YOUR OP IORTUXITY to Icirn a firstclass clnsr trade tint pays it irooil salary eve iy niinth in the ynnr Excellent Itcird at low ruins Newnan has tlHliirhtfnl...

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. — 17 February 1910

4 J J 0 ti J > F + i F CD r < 1 THE CLA CITY 1 TIMES 0 t j ht I f 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Gityj the Snrrounji Country and Ourselves I E Burflher Publisher VOl XV CLAY CITY KfvUHSDAY FEBRUARY 17 J9IO NO7 Next Will be Democratic The Louisville Evening Post 4 claiming to be an independent newspaper but which has with out exception supported Repub lican nominees in every election since 1805 and which since that elate has been accurate in most of its political prophecies says editorially It is stated that the opinion is rowing at Wash ington that there should be a change in the Republican lend ership in tho House As far as thenext House is concerned the Evening Pout believes that such a change could not now be made in time The next House will be Democratic probably by as large a majority as the press out House is Republican In the West Republican Congress men will go down by the score In the Central West the story is the same Kentucky has three Republica...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 February 1910

v TIMESt rUULISIIKD EVEUV TllLltSUAY 0 = 0 J L burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday F eb17 1911 0 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub suribera we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal S1Oi II Cincinnati Enquirer 111 tt Louisville Commercial 75 d Home and Farm 75 Is It Lost or Stolen We ask Mr Taft this question Why does the Government pay nine cents per pound to carry se cond = class mail matter througl I the mails which means carry ing it on railroadswhen ex press companies running their cars on the same train at the same rate of speed can carry that matter for one cent a pound and make a profit We ask Mr Taft to observe that the rate of the United States Express Com pany between New York and Ohi cago OIIH thousand miles is 250 for one hundred pounds If It costs nine cents a pound as Mr Taft thinks to carry such mat ter th...

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. — 17 February 1910

CO r C o THE TIMES AN < Air HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Fob 17 1010 t i = = LQOftL BREVITIES A telephone exchange is feeing put hat French nrg 1 s V Drj Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Millard Ledford Thursday Feb trnary10th tllentinesf f day and the clerical force at the local postoilicc for one day at k least was pretty busy + I Now is a good time to nuy yom ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J V Williams 1 I j V Presently the subject will be changed from the high cost of meat to the high cost of Easter I bonnets So whats the differ ence 1 One death from scarlet fever has occurred at Irvine and pre cautions are being taken to pre vent any further spread of the disease Lennie Grow formerly of this place has accepted a1 position with the L E at Jackson and I has moved from O IC Junc tion to that place placeES Who says Vie ground hog if not the best weather prophet of the whole bunch The almanacs and the U S Weather Bureau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 February 1910

Nervous Headache I know front experience that br Miles AntiPain Pills will relieve severe cases of headache quickly MRS GEO S HENRY Sullivan Wash In many persons the least excite meat exertion or irritation causes headache They cannot attend church theatre places of amuse ment travel or mingle in a crowd vithotit suffering an attack of head achc The nerves of the hrain arc easily excited and this irritable con anion causes pain Such persons should take Dr Miles AntiPain Pills before starting out or on the first indication ofan attack They miseryThe The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money n h YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Lifn Scholarship in TELEGRA Pity TYPEWRITING RAIL ROAD AGEXCY reduced to 845 and 8210 of students railroad fare paid H > vq thin is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn n firstclass trade tint pnys u cnnd Rulirv every month In the year Ex lent board at low rates Newnnn bus delightful climate 8000 in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 February 1910

J l pr I j I THE cLAY I CITY TIMES I I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay lithe Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOTJXT OLAT OITY KT THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 J910 NO8 n rrr Song of the Editor How dear to my heart Is the steady sUbs ber Who pays in advance with skipping 1 year Who lays down his dollar und otters it gladly And casts round the ofllco n halo of cheer AVho nevUS says stop it I cannot of ford it Or gc tingjuoro papers lIch day than I read But always says send it the whole outfit likes it In fact wo regard it s business need How welcome is he when he steps ha the sanctum tn How ho makes our heart throb how he makes onr 050 dance We outwardly thank him we inwardly bless him The steady subscriber who pays in ad vance The Next Valuable Feed Alfalfa is reputed by all good S authorities to be the best possi ble feed for all animals to gei best results in growth develop ment and fattening And strange ts it may seem these learned men class next...

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. — 24 February 1910

IUnLISi16D THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rales 50 Cents per year in ai vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Feb 25 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 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 76 Trouble Ahead There is something raidicnlly wrong in this country and it must he righted if not one way then another All men are created qual but all men have not an e qual showing A farmer it matters not how shrewd a busi ness nan he may be cannot in a lifetime accumulate a million dollars At the same time this Government tolerates one man to control a corneron wheat that the farmer raises and make a million dollars in a week specu lating It tolerates trusts to control the oil business and make millions a year Not only the oil business but it tolerates the middle m...

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. — 24 February 1910

= = fHF tIMES T1LETThIESAN AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Feb 251010 = = j LOCAL BREVITIES iwMrs J D WilljnmSis visiting f her daughter Mrs Tom Rash at Winchester OO Eaton of Gray Hawk Jackson county is visiting his family in this city I H M Benton a well known real estate agent of Winchester died there last week A wagon load of tobacco was sold in Lexington last week for over 6rib thousand dollars Born to Mr and Mrs Charlie Groves of Oincinnatilast week a son John Russell Groves Mrs Mattio Henry of Mt Sterling is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Mountz near the city Tuesday was Washingtons birthday which was observed by the bank postoflice and public school John M Toddof Ruckrville Olark county has been called to the bedside of his mother Mrs Ellen White who has pneumonia Nicholasville voted wet last eekby a majority of thirty The city has been dry fortseveral years past Now is a goo l time to guy youi i ginghams nod white goods and get your sewing done before Ihehot weather Mrs J W Wi...

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. — 24 February 1910

Nervous Prostration I hada general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv ine and 1 noted an improvement after u few doses and two bottles Rave me entire relief VM R UURKHARDT 3GI trawling St Washington C II O When the nervous system is weak ened one after another of the organs which they control become inactive and a general breakdown eventually follows It may be cither the stom ach heart lungs or kidneys that is first affected affectedDr Dr Miles Nervine makes weak nerves strong by its soothing and strengthening influence upon the nervous system The first bottle will benefit If not the druggist will return your money h YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Lift Scholarship in TELEUKA IMV TYPEWRITING and RAIL rtOAl AGENCY reduced to 815 idfl 250 of students railroad fare jiil Bove this in YOUR OP = IORT UNITY to lonrn a firstclnps tn de thit pays a good salary eveiy tan nth in the ywir Evcplent hoard at low rates Newnan has delightful climate 80...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 March 1910

d y hl + + r F t t G i i A to TilE CLAYCITY TIMES f I It Y 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Gip the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iublisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KYM TOURSDAY MARCH 3 J9IO NO U Financial Power Some idea of the financial pow r of the American Tobacco Com limy may bo gathered from the iict that its annual dividends are three times as much as the total holdings of the Burley To liiicco Sooiety at 20 cents a pound Ihas this year declared a divi iiund of 40 percent on its com mon stock while the United Ci gar Stores Company one of its branch institutions has actually declared one of 1000 per cent Take it Steady Raising so much tobacco in Powell this year reminds us how natural it is when one man makes a pretty good thing of any one crop for everybody to rush in and try to do just as ho has done I The best way though is to take it steady If you do ven ture into a strange crop do it conservatively The middle course is always best in all such th...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 March 1910

THE TIMES ruuLisnED EVERY THUUSDAT 1 B burgher Iubllsher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai ram otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second chiss mail matter Thursday Rich 3 1010 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMKS and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 In Canada the postage rata only one quarter of a cent a pound recently reduced from a half cent and secondclass mat ter goes free within a radius of forty miles recently increased from twenty miles The Domin ion is widely extended and sparsely settled yet the past year shows a surplus for the pos tal service of 293700 In the United States the sec ond class rate is one cent a pound and Taft says at this rate the government loses 63000000 ev ery year Is it possible that this is the worst managed govern ment on the face of the globe Well it certainly seems like it Theodore Roosev...

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. — 3 March 1910

u > r TflE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mch 81010 1 LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs Hockinheimer moved this week to Irvine Mrs A T Whitt is visiting her parents Dr andfMrs Blair at Morehead I Wallace Barnes of Furnace dI was transacting business in the pity Wednesday Everybody is explaining that i the cost of living is high but 4nobody is making it any lower Eddie Bellis who had to have one of his legs amputated several weeks ago improves very slowly K Stanley Baber formerly of this 4 county but more recently of Clark county has moved to Ohio See Mrs Williams Easter ad vertisement in this issue of the Times and give her store a look through The contract for building the Old Masons Home at Shelbyville i has been let The structure will cost 80000 Dr Win 0 Martin and family attended themarriage of the for 4 mers sister at Vinton Wednes day of last week The baseball schedules are be iirg discussed and adopted This is a sign of approaching spring winch is not to be denied Oscar Daniel wil...

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. — 3 March 1910

M r t ti > I r I fi > c c Aches and Pains No remedy that I have used has been so sure a cure for pain of every kind as Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They arc a sovereign remedy for pain MRS II BUADEEN Rapids Maine Pains are in the nervesall feeling is headache toothache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains backache etcTheyre all there but in dif ferent partsIts nerve trouble Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve the nerve irritation and the pain subsidesthats all no derange ment of the stomach no disagreeable aftereffects Thats why they are so popular with those that use them The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money 00 YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAICU ADVANFAUE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER tAn Scholarship in TELEGRA PH y TYPI nnNG and RAIL UVO AHENTT reduced to 845 and S250 of students railroad fare pil Buys this is YOUR OP 1ORTUNITV to learn a first class trde tint pivs < i i ood salary every month in the year Excellent board at IDA rates Newrmn has delig...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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