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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 March 1910

t I CD THE f CLAY d ICITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to Help Clay City he SurroanJing Conntry and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher tilrtv voL XV CLAY ClfY KJl fluRSDAY MARCH 10 J9IO NO JO Postal Savings Banks The United States Senate has Tossed the Postal Savings Bank bill so strongly agitated by Pres ident Taft As it goes to the House the hill authorizes the various money order postoffiices to accept sums lf lOf more from depositors and to deposit thestisums in the local i banks whore the money is to re main unless withdrawn by the President in case of war or other exigency Incase of this withdrawal the funds are to be invested in Government securities but with the proviso that such securities lihall not draw less than 2 per cent interest The control of the funds is vest ed in a Board of Trustees com posed of the Postmaster General the Secrotary of the Treasury > and the Attorney General The aggregate balance allowed to any person is 9500 and no per sdn is permi...

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. — 10 March 1910

THE TIMES rUIIUSIlRt EVGlir TIIDItailAT JB Burgher 1ulilishcr H Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vancc8thenvise 75 Cents Entered as second cltut mull matter Thursday Mcli 10 1010 e = CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub soribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMKS and CourierJournal 100 H Cincinnati Enquirer 110 4 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Not a Small Matter Wo presume that some jieopli think newspaper men are persist out dnnners Let a farmer place himself in a similar position and gee if he would not do the same Suppose that he raises a thousand bushels of corn and his neighbor should come and buy and the price was one dollar or less and says HI will pay the amount in a few days As the farmer docs not want to be small about the matterhe says All bight An other comes the same way and atiotheruntil the whole thousand bushels of corn is trusted to a thousand different people and no one of the different...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 10 March 1910

t i d JHE TIMES F i AN ALL 110MEMADK PAPER f > THURSDAY tMcl101010 V LOCAL BREVITIES F M Stone of Right Angle was transacfing business in the I pity yesterday March Js the annual moving I month and the usual number of t 1moves are being made this year there is a serious epidemic of If > Insrippe anil pneumonia in Win J vhister and the country surround 1 ill Misses Carrie and Grace Tip ton of Winchester were here a Sunday visiting their sister Mrs v a W R Bbrgher Ifiias juite a while if > ever before sincethe roads have been in such trood condition lur YF ing the month of March The infat child of Mr and Mrs iI W R Burgher died at their hone P in this city Saturday Burial at the Eaton graveyard Sunday fNow is a good iota nay YOU I ginghams and white goods and get + your sqwing done before the hot > weather Airs J W Williams Mrs Mary E Walters of Bloomington 111 writes the Times inclosing the necessary cash for renewal of her sub F scription 4 ca Mad dogs are raging in some...

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

Short Breath For many months P had great difficulty in breathing and was un able to take much exercise The use of Dr Miles Heart Remedy was suggested and in six months I was practically cured IltGH SLOAN Poynettc Wis A sign of poor blood circulation is shortness of breath after walking going up stairs sweeping excite ment anger fright etc The quick est and safest thing to do is to take Dr Miles Heart Remedy It is so sure to help you that it is sold under a guarantee that if the first bottle does not benefit the drug gist will return your money 7 YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE or OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship in TELEGUA Ili PLY TYPEWRITING RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced to 345 i and 25 of students railroad fare I paid Buys this in YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn a firstclaes i trade that piivs 1 food cnLirv every I month in tho year Excellent I hoard at low rates Newivui has hnllI IHightful Ilimiite 8000 inhab i itant + moral fuirroundiupB Stu dents < imlifv in 4 to G m...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 March 1910

t fl II 1 f r t r J < c t 1 IIf 1 G t I 14 1 I JI I > A J 1if THE < < > 5 > I t < J C L A YC 1 110 t s CITY 1 t TIMES I A 1 e50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here Id help Clay tilt Surrounding Country and Ourselves IP > Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KT T TRSDAY MARCH J7 J9IO NO 11 H Leading Hoe Down Dancers After a dinner given by Ifres idont Taft in honor of Speaker 1 Cannon the guests repaired to the cast room of the White House The waltz was led by President Taft and Mrs Joseph 11 Gaines Speaker Canton dancing with Mrs Laughlin sis ter of Mrs Taft In the inter t mission tho orchestra struck up a lively tune and Uncle Joo step ped briskly to the middle of the tloor where to tho patting of 4hand ho danced a hoe down and the buzzard walk Un Y ole Joe challenged Taft and the President stepped to the centre and also executed several steps of an old fashioned hoe down The above from dispatch from Washington is disgusting to all thinking Christian people in...

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

THE TIMES LIariED EYSitY IUBLISHEU J5VEUV THUUSUAT J B Burgher Publishers Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance othenvise 75 Cents Entered us sectnid class mail matter Thursday Mch 17 IfllO = = = = CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 Spring It will soon be spring timethat glorious season of all the year when if you will put your ear against the bark you can almost hear the sap rising in the trees sapheads are invited to try it when the butt rflil18 flit around hunting for their supply of oleo murgarene when bullfrogs an nouuce the depth of the water in sonorous tone and nimrods are given a chance to perfect their scholarship in the Ananius Olub when the man of the house is giv en choice between beating his brains out against the chicken house or spend a season at bea...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 March 1910

THE TIMES r AN ALL HOMEMADE APER THURSDAY Meh 17 1010 I BREVITIESI 0 H Pollard of Jackson has announced fpr Attorney General Miss Bertha Mapel visited rel jitivea in Irvine several days last week I gilder A fiastor moils called tot Lexington Monday on a business Jmissi n I Mrs R F Day of Mt Stdr Ittig 5s the guest of her brother WR Cassidy Elder Cargill of Lexingtoiij will preach at the Ohristian cliiirch Friday night Mrs Eva Burgher is spending I a few days with her father Reu ben Tipton at Winchester Circuit Court cdvenes at Stan ton Monday with the usual num ber of cases on the docket Miss Carrie Barnett of Win chesters visited relatives here thtilatterpart of the week Mrs James Bloom has been Fonfined tb her bed several days nvith a complication > of troub f J hs esSolomon Solomon D Ewell qf this roan tywas married Wednesday March Oth tu bliss Bet IP Grow of Clark county I Nqw is a good time to ouy youi I ginghams and whfto goods rind pet 1 pours ddhe IjeforeVthe hot weather ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 17 March 1910

7 C Tart qt J t air 1 py 4 A 1 L J 0 Smothering Spells I suffered for nine or ten years Had spells of smothering hnnlly went into convulsions Dr Miles Nervine brought complete relief r and I believe saved my life MRS ROSA BONNER i8S N ifitli St Birmingham Ala The blood is the channel through Which is transported the nourish ment that sustains life When the circulation i + poor your vitality is low your nervous system exhausted and you are weak and debilitated You can restore nervous energy by taking Dr Miles Nervine Its strengthening influence upon the nervous system gives it power to send lifegiving blood through the veinsThe The first bottle will bepeflt If not the druggist will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Life Scholarsliip in TELEGRA PHS TYPE WRITING and RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced to 845 wild S250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this Is YOUR OP I ORTUXITY to learn a firstclass trade that pays a good salary every Month ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 March 1910

iit i t f ItI t kto 1 l JJOt I II J to j f c r thC t I t Ie f t f j THE CLAY ICITY TIMES 4 Ii i 51 Cents a Year In Advance We arc here to help Clay Citj the Sarronnling Conntry anj Ourselves 1 BBurflhcr Publisher il VOL XV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 41 joio NO J2 Doctors Combine Wins Heavy Damages Fifteen doctors of Winchester Many congratulations were have formed a combination and tendered J M McDaniel the increased their charges for pro well known young attorney of fessional services doubling them Beatty ville today vhen the ii some instances They will Court of Appeals aiHrmed the from March 15th on charge 2 00 121500 damage against the Lou for daycalls in the city and 8 00 isville Atlantic railroad com f r night visits office consnlta pang in favor of Willard Coxs inns 100 and up Tho have administrator This was the se published a card to the public cond appeal of the case On the announcing these rates and in the first trial a verdict for only which they say the doctors are 2500 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 March 1910

THE TIMES i PUDMSUEU KVEKV TI1UU8UAY f 0 J E Burgher 1tiblishcr w Sotscrif lion Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Mch 24 1011 H CLUB RATES t jff For the convenience of our sub a scribera we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer fell Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 One of our readers said we should not speak of Uuclo Joe Cannon as we do Old age said he deserVes respect This may be true but Uncle Joe himself neither respects old middle aged or ycAing just the trusts and monopolies A New York Senator is accused Of having accepted bribe of one thousand dollarsbut the money wasaccepted long before the re cent advance in prices Why dont the people of this country do like the people of Ireland do every fumily raise his own pig and thus defy the Meat Trust The Lincoln pennies do not stack well we are told Never theless we haven...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 March 1910

I THE TIMES i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mch 24 J010 LOCAL BREVITIES LOCALBREVITIESMrs Mrs E B McGlone is visiting relatives at Morehead James Barker has moved to Middletovvn Ohio to reside Press Johnson of Vinton was In the city on business Tuesday Several of the boys have been working out fines on the street the past week I George Adams the tie man from Jackson was here Monda inspecting ties The ground hogs winter has expired and it seems it mean what ti stands for Dr Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Pierce Adams March 17th Jeff McKinney of Vaughn Mill was last week kicked by a mule and sustained painful inju ries Mt Sterling has contracted for j a sewerage system to cost 50000 A Dayton Ohio firm gets the contract contractH H L Leete civil engineer fron W Irvine was in the city Tuesday 1looking after some business I muttf > r8 Hqnry Watson has been dah gerousJy ill at his home in Mt Sterling suffering from an dttacl of acute indigestion Now is a good tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 March 1910

Household Worries The woman who has the care of children in addition to her house hold duties frequently finds the drain upon her vitality more than her con stitution can stand She becomes nervous irritable passes sleepless nights has headache backache and other weaknesses that make life miserable For ouch there is nothing that gives such quick relief as Dr Miles Nervine which acts directly upon the nerves refreshing and strengthening them 11 I was In a vury weak condition 11nnlll not Wth1 any strength on the fnlrary Inpc d Into nervous prostra tin > Hncl heodnch ncurnlKia could tr t ateep 1 l > o < nn using Dr Miles N rvn < > slid grew nipldlv twiter For wuk Murn n there Is nothing halter MRS 13 G Otr BRTSON H Ilnlvlderc HI The first bottle will bcneflt If not vnur druggist will return your money A YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR 4 GREAT SPECIAL OFFER lrre shonratin in TBLEGRA 1 f4rvr t11rI1vGandRAiL U1o AGENCY reduced to 8M and 8250 of students rail...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 31 March 1910

i r Ii l I1jo il G f 1 JJ I 1 tl t m t It 0 rr 1 J I I t < Ydi 7I Jlv i r ax i F Y TJ H E f ahh J M I l tF I 7Y TIMES y j < ri I I 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here tQ help ClayCitp ihtSnrflJilntling Country and Ourselves 1 E Burglier Publisher i J VQIAXV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 31 J9IO NO J i tt The Influence of Churches That the churches in any com munity exorcise a most potent in llncnce for good is conceded by 0 nil except the most rabil orblatl1ut infidel whose egotism and self iniceit blind his mind to the in ciinablo value of Christianity Hut to what extent are the church 41s valuable in this community The Galilean teacher said of His disciples ilYe are the light of the world Ye arc the salt of the earth Hence if all His disciples are the light of the world and the salt of the earth t the logical as well as thescnptural conclusion is that they are the light of the community in which they live These declarations however do not preclude the pos sibility of the li...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 31 March 1910

THE TIMES I I O PUllMSHHb EVKKY THUIISUAY u d E liunjher IubHsbcr Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us second cluss mail mutter Thursday bleb 31 1910 u CLUB RATES g For the convenience of our sub scribes we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 1100 Cincinnati Euquinr 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 75 The change of nineteen thou sand Republican voters Demo cratic in a congressional election in Massachusetts in which the Democrat carried the district by over five thousand means that till Republicans will not have a hand full of members in the next House of Representatives and Chump Clarks majority that he will lend in the next Congress will be so large that it willul most he unwieldy Under the Republican rule off fi years the trusts have gotten such a hold on this country that they dictate the prices that the producer shall receive for his goods and then fhey...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 31 March 1910

I V > PT lE tiNI TOOIVTHEV I rAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY l1chH1 Wit = = = LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Bertha Mapel has move this week to Irvine The Ladies Bazaar Saturda y was quite a success v Several Powell county traders vore in Vindicator court day Henry Waldrou was in Lenin run Monday on a business mi < illll IMr and Mrs W 0 Swift of Morehead visited friends in the 4 city this week iJ J Ourry of Lexington cam e l up Monday to see his mother Mrs Americus Cnrrry 1KvntuckySt hools is the tie ttJo of a new song written by the t State Supt John G Orabbe Louisville is to have u new fife o ten story building Three bank t will occupy the lower floor Joe Clark and Winfred Davi returned from Berea Called Monday to visit home folks Mr and Mrs J H Burgher r of Winchester spent Saturda and Sunday with relatives in the city Martin Rogers and family and S D posers and family lef L Saturday for Dayton Ohio where each family will reside John Day colored was las I > veek sent to the ponito...

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. — 31 March 1910

Morning Headache I suffered with terrible head aches 1 would get up every morn ing with such a severe attack and until I began using Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills never found anything that would give me the desired relief I have used them now for several years and would not be without them if they were a dollar a box SAMUEL KEYS Eaton Rapids Mich I always keep Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills on hand Before I began using them I had frequent attacks of headache but they gave me prompt relief MRS CARL HECKMAN Minster Ohio The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money YOUNG MENI LEARN TELEGRAPHY I OURI TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER LIre SoholnriUiip in T15LB HRA IiV TYPE WRITING mid RAIL UOVD AGENCY reduced to 845 t and 8250 of students railroad fare pail Boys this is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn a fIrst class I trade that pays n good salary every month in the year ExjeUent board at low rotes Newnan has delightful climate 8000 inhab itants moral surroundings S...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 April 1910

I it iit L t W A ti r 1 rI F < 8 rl 7 t T t + k 1 I i t THEjjb Y DITY TIMES < < ty 1 50 Cents a Year Ind advance We are here to help Clay Citg t q ejirronnling Con try aM Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher + t VOIJ XV CLAY CITY KrTgJRSDAY APRIL i 1910 NO H WantA New Law Annulled The recent session of the Leg Mature passed a law to prohibit I le establishment of a negro In istrinl school of large proper I 1 ins in this state It was aim 4 I at the proposed schoolat < ipsonville Shelby county ujrts the citizens were protest nij with their full strength ti t i > > p the school from being built i n The new law will be test eil lOthe courts Meanwhile 400000 raised for the bnildinf of such sohool is tied up in the bank The people of Kentucky and other southern states dont like to go to school with Negroes and they dont like to ride on the train with them and they have I accordingly enacted such laws as to prevent such Actions lithe people of the North want to 10 any thing fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 April 1910

THE TIMES I PUBLISHED KVEUV THURSDAY 1UIILI3fEDVERY J E Burgher Publisher Satseri lion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 7 SCents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 7 1910 u CLUB RATES P 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 et Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 Of the Massachusetts contest the Louisville Herald Republi can says What is the reason for this astounding change of more than 20000 vote Apparently the tariff is primarily to blame It was made the issue Senator Lodge entered the district and de fended the tariff His eloquence proved unavailing The people believe that the tariff is not a ful fillment of the Republican partys promises and they tako this way of expressing their conviction Their must be another revision this is the meaning of the election I in Massachusetts revision that will remove all ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 April 1910

Y7k iiTi IIS = I AN ALL 1UMKMAIK iAPttR THURSDAY April V JOlo i LUOALI131u rIT11 S James Wiseman of Irvine y wus in the city toduy 0 W Kverman > has moved j t fVini tight Angle Clark county It West Bend tJunes Ileitis has sold nut Iris J UuJr shop to a Mr Bowman I t 1rin London Ky The usual fine statement of t tin Clay City NIt onal Bank up t s pears in this issue of the Times I Emerson Conlee of Mt Ster ling visited his sister Mrs Win I fto Martin Saturday and Sunday e Our sprint nod summer line of low cut ValkOv I slices for men and boys in ready for your in sjiection Call und see them Hardwick tC Co Stanton Several thousand employees of the American Tobacco Opmpany struck for better wages at Louis villa last week Now is n good time to nuy yom ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams H H Hnskin left Monday for Miami Tex on u prospecting tour and to visit his mother and sister now livimr thorn Every Bottle is Guaranteed Every bott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 7 April 1910

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program for the evening of Sunday April 10th 1910 at the Christian Church lopicGod is here Pis 189112 189112The The Scripture LessonMrs D II Sinclair Leader Gods Nearness Mrs Al bert Johnson Gods full Knowledge of all ihingsMr Albert Burgher To Live in GodMrs W 0 MartinChrist Christ is all theWorld to me Song Cornet Accompanist Mr Burgher God with us always through Ohristl1r Grain Hackworth In Him we live Acts 17 22311liss Maud Fletcher God watches you John 4 2124 Shelby Burgher God in the Desert Gen S 1017llisB Ada Johnson Christ is KingSong bv i he Choir ChoirWith With us in Christ Matt 1 2223l1iss Ruth Earnest God in the Heart John 14 1728 Miss Gertrude Vollmer God Always Matt 1820 8i1iss Josephine Hazelrigg God be with you until we meet IgninSon Christian Endeavor Benedic don God watch between you and me when we tin absent one from another fromHow How would George Washington reel if he found he was used as u trademark Owing to a press of wor...

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