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

1 N m c Z e t n J III J oJ III L t iI J > Itet lW t 0 1 Il i q lIfo h > I I F J G ° 4 1 I vv > r i > > e litt i 0 t > 1f I THE i Y 10 11 1 cLAY > 1 t CITY TIMES l < f t f 50 Cents a Year in Advance Wi are here to help Clpy City he Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher orr VOL XV CLAY CITY KY TgURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 J9IO NO 3h Notice To Subscribers Owing to slack advertising in the columns of the Times and a shortage in our job rooms coup led with an increase of every i tem that goes into the makeup r of this paper together with a similar increase in every article that is used by the editors fam ilyin the h6me the publisher finds a potent problem facing him More revenue must be ob tained in order to keep the pa r per and ourselves going and af ter wulting and hustling to keep up the business to a paying basis we have failed While the cir culation of the Times is steadily increasing as we said above our advertising and job work has been on the wa...

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. — 1 September 1910

TFrEJIMFSPUDL1911ED PUBLISHED EVERY THOIISDAY J p Burgher Publisher Snbscripti < mRates SO Cenls per year in ah yanceotherwise J5 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept a 1910 C The farmer Gets Even A lariyer Decently went to 1 buy ay WAgofl land umwihg nA chine ffflni adealer in a nearby townnY1 ifqjipd there the special representajVij of International HarvegternC9mpany whp make both waiop8T and mowing mti rhines besideS many other pea of farm machinery The farmer complaineoHhat the Irtiulesi he wanted to buy had gone up won derfully in the time sitice he had1 I bought them from tho same deal er before To this the trusta gent smilingly replied Just so und so have your corn and wheat gone up too It will take less farm products today he con tinued to buy one of our ma chines than it did ten years ago1 He thought ho liad convinced the farmer of hiff company Vfairries in rnisingtKe price of their trust goods when the farmer added Yes and it takes ties times as much t...

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. — 1 September 1910

t h THE TIMES H OJ AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Sept 1 19iO LOCAL BREVITIES See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Several from this city went on a jolly trip to Natural Bridge t Sunday SundayW W EL Harrison has returned to the Confederate Home at Pe I wee Valley I We are weekly having good I rains which keeps the grass green and late corn growing Miss Virginia Moore an in mate of the Masonic Orphan Home has returned home Mrs Clay Hamilton ot Win Chester vitited relatives near the city a few days last week Per use OH Face Md Hands Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the beat It is a creamy snow white R ointment and one 25c box will last three months D H Sinclair hap resigned as assistant depot agent and will in a short time leave the city Mr and Mrs Ben Potts oi Somerset are spending a few days with relatives inthe coup I ty + fr i Mr and Mrs Reuben Tipton of Winchester spent several days i with relatives in the city last weeK What to do ta tr Accident f IIfekJo is broken apply Dr Ben...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 September 1910

See advertisement of Hardwick and Company NervousProstration Prostration I had a general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv ine and I noted an improvement after a few doses and two bottles gave me entire relief WM R BURKHARDT 369 Rawllng 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 either 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 druoolit will return your money Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter promptly obtained in all countries on NO nc TRADEMARKS Ulered s...

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. — 8 September 1910

< j 1 II f THE 1 CLAY + CITT TIMES r 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay Cit the SarroonJiiig Country and Ourselves d B Burgher Publisher f lAt YOL XV CLAY OITY ET TURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 J9IO NO 36 0 Notice To Subscribers Owing to slack Advertising in the columns of the Times and a shortage in our job rooms coup led with an increase of every i t tem that goes into the makeup I of this paper together with a similar increase in every article that is used by the editors fam ily in the home the publisher finds a potent problem facing him More revenue must be ob tained in order to keep the pa per and ourselves going and af ter waiting and hustling to keep up the business to a paying basis we have failed While the cir culation of the Times is steadily increasing as we said above our advertising and job work has been on the wane for several months There seems to be but one alternative and that MS to raise the subscription price from 50 cents per year to 100 per year So afte...

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. — 8 September 1910

I THE T TIMES PUnLISk11C1 J V1ur TUUIISDAY u J E Burgher Publisher u SnbcriFtion Hates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 8 1910 Changes his Negroes William T Vernon tho negro liegister of the Treasury is to have nis political head chopped off by President Taft the Lord High Ex i ecutioner of the Republican arty There is no charge that Vernon has not attended to his duties but he is from Kansas and as his influ ence pnoved worthless in that stain to stem the Insurgent tide he is to be politically decapitated and J C Napier a negro ol Nashville Penn is to be installed in his place The appointment of Napi er is expected to bring the Tennes see negroes back to their original Republican allegiance From this may be adduced that the Republi can use of the negro is what cub be got out of him politically The faithful Hcrvliu ul Vernon will not save his political head nor will like service of those other negroes who have been app...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 September 1910

tTHErlMES 1 1 AN ALL HOMEMADE LAPKR 7H < THURSDAY Sept St 10JO r = LOCAL BREVITIES 4See advertisement r liard wick and Company The Times after October 1st k tsl per year 1 i Heavy rains have put the river up twice the past week John Riley of Ureesbur Ind is visiting friends in the city Mr and Mrs Tom Mount r I were in Cincinnati a few days this week BF Burgher Clark county J the first of ofwas here a few days the week t After October 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and I save money Several from here attended the camp meeting of the Saints at Spruce Sunday t For use on Face and Hands Dr Hells Antiseptic Salve is the best it is a cremiiv snow white ointment and one 2oc box will last three months Another comet is reported to be headed this wilY Itistobe hoped that it will better than the last one John Fisher of Kansas City Mo spent several days with friends in the city the past weekI j Clarence Hazelrig and family and Miss BerniceOlark went tQ Friday and returned Monday...

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. — 8 September 1910

See advertisement of IIarclwck and Company NervousProstration Prostration I had a general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv ine and I noted an improvement after a few doses and two bottles gave me entire relief WM R BURKHARDT 369 Rawllns St Washington C H 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 either 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 Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it Is the best medicine ever sold O 4 ngists counter = ountcrJ rrom pur obtatred In all countries OR NO FEE I TRADCMARKS C...

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. — 15 September 1910

Ii f v of j1 1 II 1D I w 1r f f < tr f 0 TLE j 0 r j I CLAY 1t t ITY > I MES t 0 i fo t lit t Ilit f 50 Cents a Year in Advance o We are here to help Clay City arsla t 5urrounding Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER Ht J9IO NO 37 I I Must Attend School lDoyou know that if you have n child between the ages of seven anti sixteen that you are obliged under the law to send it to school Section 267a of theKen tucky Statutes provides that pa t Tents or guardians who have children in their custody or con trol must send them to school regularly all the time during the whole school year Children may be sent to a public private Or parochial school for a full j term equal in length to the full term of the public school in the district in which the child re sides U Any parent guardian or any other person having the custody cohtrolor supervision < df any child embraced within the provision of this act who shall fail to comply with the provi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 September 1910

i d i j h 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEnT THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sotscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept15 1910 Democratic Keynotes of the Campaign When a woman purchases 10 worth of woolen dress goods 487 represents the value of the good and 518 the amount of the tariff This is because of the Payne Aldrich ad valorem tariff of 105 per cent Or in other words on I each 1 worth of woolen dress I goods imported the Payne Al drich law levies a tax of 105 The consumer must pay the 1 value and the 105 tariff or 20 for one dollars worth of goods This is but one of a thousand illustrations that could be sub mitted to show how the tariff af fects the cost of living Here is another sample illus tration for the tariff arithmetic lass which is composed of some 90000000 American consumers all of whom are more or less dis satisfied with the awful increase in prices pricesA A suit of clothes having an im port price of...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 September 1910

i IJ 1 t ESt t < I J 1 A 1 i AJ l AN ALL HOMEMADE PAP < R c f THURSDAY Sept 15 1010 1 f LOCAL BREVITIES I See advertisement of Hardwiek J fnrifl Company J The Times after October 1st I per year I The Kentucky State Fair open ed at Louisville Mondayc 1 J Chase of Levee was here Saturday transacting business t 1 After October 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money Mrs Charlie Groves of Gin cinnati visited relatives in Olay I Oity last wepkc Mr and Mrs Bert Barnett of near 11t Sterling visited friends in the county last weekt Our city schools are progres r sing nicely under the principal I ship of Miss Bernice Clark s P R Shimfessel of Lexington visited relatives in the city and county the last of the week For use on Face and Hands Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the best It is a creamy snow white ointment and one 25c box will lastI threemonthsf Every day the papers tell us what the Oolonel has done orm I m isaid It is simply disgusting Reuben Tipton of Winchest...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 September 1910

v SENATOR PAYTO 19 A HUSTLER IN PUSHING LEG ISLATION FOR THE PEOPLE Holds Place on Many Impor t tant Committees His Decisions on the Kentucky Ap pellate Bench Supported by the United States Supreme Court Frankfort KyFew United States senators In the middle of a first erm j have had as much cause to feel satls fled with the standing they have at talned as Thomas II Paynter of Ken tucky Not only are his committee assignments all that he or his friends could reasonably have desired and ex pected but during the three years and little more that Senator Paynter has been In the upper branch of Congress he has made a number of speeches that have been pronounced decidedly creditableHe He has from time to time when ho really had something to say and felt that he could accomplish something for the benefit of his constituents or for the general welfare of the nation presented his iewsI Helps Shape Legislation I As will be shown further along In this article Senator Paynter has ac complished con...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 September 1910

I 7 1 7 C 0 1 v J I 1 I > J 1 > 1 Jl 1N t 1r c lJ tI1 E r r L A Y r CITY TIMES I < 50 Cents a Year in AdfancW are Here to help Clay Cilyf the Surrounding Conntry and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KYt THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 J9IO NO 38 The Waste Basket If some day the newspa er man should print the contents of his waste busket there would proba bly be a riot remarks an exchange There would certainly be trouble in many homes arrests in some di rection shotguns in others trouble all around But the patron never sees the waste basket He only glances at the beautifully printed pages complains ifone letter in fifty is upside downgrowls his dis appointment if ono name in five hundred has happened to go wrong kicks because his communication signed Tax Payer has beer COPS clensed into respectable English frowns because the editor didnt take his advice about publicly warning his neighborhood against throwing more melons in the alley and is generally disgruntled not so...

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. — 22 September 1910

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEtiV THUKSUAY J U Burgher Publisher Satscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Sept22 1910 I Did It1 Told You So In each community there is to bo found some young person whose character and attainments tire so far above the average as to arouse the admiration and and pride of relatives and friends In the discussion of this young persons success you find also one or more kind souls who will tell you in strict confi dence iI gave him his start Ho has always come to me for advice I picked him up when no one else believed in him 1 gave him his first job I taught him when he was a mere laIand so on In part at least this may be true Good friends give good advice some times lend material did occa sionally stimulate our lagging courage and thus really do give us a start in life occasionally help us to our feEtIt after we have fallen and once in a great while prove the making of us In a way we value th...

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. — 22 September 1910

f i rl 1 I l E JrIirEs Ir > Y AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t THURSDAY Sept 22 1010 i = t LOOAF BREVITIES i i t > rJ Kirk is in Cincinnati this jfweok iveekSee See notice of stray horse iii 1J this issue See advertisement of Hardwick and Company The Times after October 1st yenrI Mrs J 0 Fitch of Lexington 1 ik visiting relatives in the city 1 J 1J Orabtree of Genet has been in the city several days ths E r week weekOscar Oscar Newell and Otis Mackey have gone below to seek employ ment fat mentJames a James M Smethers has moved to the Billy Wilson place at Val T tersville tersvilleAfter After October let the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money o Thankgiving turKeys are going to be much hiker this year but itistooelldyto worry about them Mr and Mrs D 11 Sinclair have returned from a visit to the Queen City thoI Mrs Maud Vaughn JB visiting 1 her sister Mrs G W Anderson at Mt Sterling i i Mr and Mrs W S Rogers of Dayton Ohio arrived here Tues i day to visit relatives > ...

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. — 22 September 1910

Vital Washington News Spending 860708506 every business day the United States under the reign of stand pat Re publicans has become the most extravagant government in the worldIncreased Increased expenditures in the first year of the Taft administra tion over the corresponding year of Clevelands last adminis tation amount to 575780600 et over 120 per cent I This oc cared under the muchheralded Taft policy of cuttothequick economy recently repudiated in Maine and Vermont National expenditures for the esiiiiiag year amount to 1098 8i718d which is more than the Oitire capital of all the national banks in the United States 919 148825 and more than onethird of the entire output of all of our gold mines in 120 years 3008 787000 Two striking illustrations of the Republican business ad ministration are A deficit of 11579203 since June 80 1910 A deficit of 18088185509 since June 80 1907 Here are some of the ways the standpatters spend the peoples money in a republic Marble baths for senators ...

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. — 29 September 1910

sr r 0 r rL + 4 t kn try a t i M1M t 4 r s Y Jfa 1h J THE CLAY CITY TIME s I < I J 50 Cents n Year In Advance We are here to help Clay C r ilK the Surrounding Country and OarseMs J 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KT THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2U J9IO NO iJ9 t Good Roads in North Carolina In North Carolina where there has been great activity in road building in recent years the farmers are finding out that it pays to build good roads One of the counties now engaged in improving its thoroughfares is Franklin and this is what a farmer has to say about it in a letter to the Progressive Farmer of Raleigh Raleighibout t About fifteen months ago we people of Franklinton township voted and carried by a small ma = jority a good road law Then the township of Franklinton is sued bond to the amount of 40 000 to be spent on the roads Now we have about twentyfive miles of the best roads in the State I live on one of these roads three miles from town and uo to town twice a week r I carry with on...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 September 1910

r I T i f I 2 at e > THE TIMES it 1 I I PUBLISHED EV JnY THUUSOAV JB burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents fer year in a < U vance otherwise 75 Cents i 1 Enteredds aecond slnss mail matter Thursday Sept 20 1910 Langleys Work Unddr the above heading the liepublican papers of thiq con gressional district have publish fd a double column of what Langley has done in Vashingtpn The article has eleven sections and in each section except ono it was something v to further loot the treasury This Qleventh sec tion bore on the distribution of garden seed The Times confi dently believes that if the ma jority of our representatives at Washington were as extravigant as Langley the nation would be bankrupt before Spring Lang loys only conception of repre = sending his people seems to be to got money out of the treasury for some of his political friends It occurs to us thai to benefit the most people it would be better to haveless tax and less expense But Johns friends must bQ ta ken c...

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. — 29 September 1910

a I Q Ii v J iJrI Ioi y r a Aye K 1 0 + + r rt 7r rYHEI1Nl mfl i 1z < AN ALL HOME MADE PAPER t a lt j THURSDAY Sept 20 1910 1 r rOOAf BREVITIES JThe Times after October 1st yeafb1i b1i Skl fF IJIO Walters of Iryiiiq was 4 tin the city over Sunday I i Mrs Clarence flazelrigg has been very sick this week 2 The Powell Fiscal court will bean regular session next Tues say f After OctQber 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money f Miss Grace Shimfesselvisiflecf i friends in Cynthiana and Win t chester this week 1 V Mr and Mrs Carl Garrett vis itited relatives on Millers Creek IvSlrturday and Sunday I Grover Barnett of Clark coun tyhas her e this week and bought some young cattle i For use Face and Hands andsDr t Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the beet Ills a creamy snow white ointment and one 25c box will fast three months Mrs Elizabeth Hjnes of Jef fersonville is visiting the family of her brother A U Estes Born Monday Sept 25 to Mr and Mrs John Kirobrell of this city...

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. — 29 September 1910

K 1 Vital Washington News I I President Taft hns made it plain that he hopeR tm1 Aspects to secure a renomination for the PresidencyThis This means that he does not even yet see the point conveyed in the returns of the recent e Actions It is evident to many that the President sees no sig uificance in the fact that from Maine to Oalifornia the candi dates branded with his indorse ment have peen retired to pri vate life by overwhelming ma jorities while those having his opposition have everywhere been elevated by the people In view of the decisive repu diation of the Taft administra tion in the recent elections it becomes interesting to know the identity of the men whose advice the President has followed to his political downfall Here are some of the men in the Taft cab iuet whose pedigrees mark it plain why Mr Tafts administra tion has failed to please the com mon people Attorney General George 0 Wickersham Former attorney for the sugar trust it was he who induced President Tuft to r...

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