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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 October 1910

IJ h r t i THE OLAY CITY TIMES Jt j < Jl j kil ei a f 100 a Year In Advance t We are here to help Clay CiiyntW orroondiDg Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher o VOli X VCLAY I CITY KY THJERSDAY OCTOBER G 1910 NO 40 fFiscal Fiscal tonrt Meets The Powell Fiscal Court met Tuesday in regular session with JJall members of the Court pres ent It will be remenlbered that new MagistrateS have been com it missioned by Governor Willson 11intlie two now Magisterial dis Theyfi fi GreenF SpeerIockt t The claims allowed have been curtailed at least 25 over that of former courts This has be I come absolutelynecessury in or der to meet the payment of the x bridges recently built in the county The court with Magistrate W < T Adams violently dissenting passed an order todd Clay City fjnbli1ldllJ u bridge a bridge u dcross Red river near where the oI4J0l too bridge was located olctLontoori f trio to assist in building a bridge Jtt t TT f i mi t the Hlttomons ford They reo f ifused any aid ...

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. — 6 October 1910

im rites jic PT Pl1ULtt 1ED EVERY iIIHBDAY C I J JE Burgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mail nf alter Thursday Oct 61910 When the first fight between what is known as the Insurgent Wing of the Republican party broke out in opposition against speaker Cannon and his stand patters speaker Cannon and Sen ator Aldrich who dominate the House and Senate respectively succeeded in controling Presi dent Taft to the extent of hay ing every item of patronage cut off from the insurgent Republi cans No Insurgent Senator of which there were eleven and no insur gent Representative of which there were aboutfortyfive could secure the appointment toa crossroads postmaster During the last few months the people have had > a say in this iliatter They have had a shot at Senutor Burrows of Michigan and Senator Hale of Missouri who were two notorious etandpat Re publicans and better enemies of the nsurgeqtstr The voters have blowii these luminaries into atoms 1 I atomsNow Now after KiyTaf cut off pa...

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. — 6 October 1910

l a t H E TIMES il AN ALL HOMEMADE P APtiR I THURSDAY Oct 0 1flL f LOCAL MEVIfiES J Regular meeting of the Oity f o ncilwill convene Friday flight l 1 Mr and Mrs James A Fox of t Winchester are visiting relatives iil the city Why People Cough is a mystery when Dr Bells Pine I Tar Horey will cure any cough look for the bell on the bottle It marks the genuine Thomas Burris died at the ayc rtemorning morningWord Word comes from Prendergast f Tenn announcing the death of Shelt Johnson formerly of this city To Be or Not to Be constantly coughing depends on whether or not you use Dr Bells PineTarHoney A few doses will stop that cough Mr and Mrs W F Barnett spent 4a few days with relatives near Mt Sterling the last of the week weekMrs Mrs Williams has her Fall An nouncement in this issue If you r argil looking for something upto now in fashions call at this store It will pay you to see our line of pmtsf f r V before buying elsewhere Hardwick Co Stanton < E J L Daniel Powefl countys auct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 October 1910

1 A ClaarCut Explanation of Why Prices Have Increased When the PayneAldrich bill was before the Senate blind ten ator Tom P Gore of Oklahoma staked his reputation that if the measure was passed extreme high prices would follow The prophecy was fulfilled Average prices rose more than 17 per cent from June to December 1509 The prices of steel trust common stock more than doubled in six months in 1000 It is the history of all protec tionist countries that tariff revis ion upward means increased pric eStIt is not generally realized how rapidly the price of tariff protected articles rose after the passage of the Dingley law in 1897 From July 1 1897 to Jan nary 1 1900 the first three years following the Dingley law the cost of living advanced 31 per cent or at the rate of 9 per cent a year Mors trusts were formed during this than during any oth er similar period in our history The price of wire nails rote from 180 a keg in August J898 to f858 in December 1899 100 per cent in 10 months Tin...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 October 1910

j hi I < i f f V II J erfilEr tiu i CLAY i CITY r TIMES < > ty > J t t 810 a tear i Ailvanei Via i here to help Clay CityStfleSDrroDiiJing Country and Ourselves I liur 0 her Publisher VUI 4V CLAY JITY KY TJTgRSDAY OCTOBER J3 J9IO NO 41 Louisville Disappointed Tim population of Louisville in given out by the census depart nfont as 220028 an increase of Iff 197 in ten years 94 per cent Evidently there has been a great mistake made somewhere in > the count since Louisville apparently has grownfaster in the past ten years than in former decades while the census returns show that it has not grown onehalf so much It is known that hun reds of persons were not enu merated and many more are said to have eluded the takers not un derstanding the enumerators jinotives On these grounds a new taking will be had if it is possible when it is sure the city will show a imputation of no less than 250000 At Clay City a Democratic I team named for Floyd Byrd befit a team of Republicans na...

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

f THE TIMES 1uuUSriEO EVEnT THURSDAY it Subscription rates SI a year or three years in advance 82 J C burglierlubHsher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday v Oct 13 1910 Selling In Open Competition The snn never sets on Chan dler Price presse > as they are sold the world over in comp ti tion with the best makes of En glish German and French presses The above is from a circular advertising the printing press mentioned Owing to the tariff I we American printers must pay where the press is made some thing like 75 more on each press than the fqreigner has to pay for the same press And the writer knows for a certainty that these presses are now selling in this country for 75 each more than they did under the Democratic administration There were no foreign pieces sold in this coun try then either The tariff is not for protection it is for the pur pose of robbing the common pee pie If the Chandler Price Compahy can pay the freight on their presses and sell them the world over in ...

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. — 13 October 1910

1t rvI n flf 4 41 v f 2 I C 3 THE TIMES l 0 AS ALL HOME MADE PAPER tHUkSDAYx j Oct i3 i 1010 LOCAL J5 RESUMES IMrsPSiril r of Morebead isi visiting her Sister Mrs A T VVhitr r Joe Mountz who for some time has been in Gincinuati has re turned home There are several cases of measles in the oily and croup IS also prevalent prevalentWhy Why People Cough is a mystery when Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure any cough look for the bell on the bottleit marks the genuine It The fortyfifth annual session of the Kentucky Union Sunday school Association closed at Win chester Sunday To Be or Not to Be constantly coughing depends on Whether or not you use Dr Bells 1 PineTarHoney A few doses will atop that cough f The Rey J P Dagget and Mrs i DaggetVof Bristol Tunn came Sept 20 id taKe charge of the Highland Orphanage tf The Rev Q J Chandler of 1 1I Winchester ia engaged in a se rice of meetings with Hurdwieks creek Methodist church i It will pay ybu to see oufline of ihens and boys suits and odd p...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 October 1910

T u nom ir 41 1 I rr r Another Chapter Added to the 1 Sngar Trust Scandal Now corms the remnrknble an nouncoment that the President has pardoned Edward A Boyle John R Coyle Patrick J Hen nessey and Thomas Kolioe four former government employees who were serving sentences for connection with the 2000000 sugar trust frauds in New York This action has raised in the minds of many the following query Did the fact that these men hoped for early pardons do ter them from fully exposing the men higher upl By placing steel springs in sev enteen pairs of scales the trust robbed the government of more than 2000000 and after being exposed admitted the crime by returning the plunder The Sec rotary and a few minor employes were Kent to prison and four of them have now been pardoned The multimillionaire sugar ba rons into whose pockets the 2 000000 would have gone had not the crime been discovered have gone scot free Democrats and progressive Re I uojiiis sought in the last 1011 gres i o living abo...

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

p < t 1 9 Ij f wd t 1 Lt 6 j 0 1 J > IJ J TIlE t tL r c JiA 1I y 7 TIME S < Ii tr 100 a Year in Advance We are here to htlp Cii tiC ie Samoa ling Country and Ourselves T E Burgher Publisher 1 rr VOXV CLAY CITY Jiy iURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1910 NO 42 1t Mt Sterling Court Monday was October Courtday and there was an imnense crowd in the citythu largest that has been here on a similar occasion in years There was 10000 head of cattle on the market with some estimating the number as high as 12000 Trade was brisk all day the scales at the pens be ing unable to weigh as fast as the cattle changed hands The quality of most of the stuff sold was medium but prices were i stiff The best 1000 pound steers r brought from 5 to 510 year lings at 450 to 5 according to quality heifers from 850 to 410 cows from 825 to U balls from 8 to 875 There was the largest run of cattle for several months and the outlook forthe continuance of good pri ces is excollenMt Sterling Ga zette New Poultry Business T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 October 1910

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY Tn RSDAYI Subscription rates 81 a year or three ears in advance 82 JC Burgher Publisher k i Entered as Secondclass mail matter matterI Thursday Oct 20 1910 President Taft during the first half of his administration has been called upon to appoint a larger number of Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States than any other President in a similar period In fact I there have been but few Presi dents that during an eight year term hays filled so many vacan cies as have fallen to the lot of President Taft I If the President is really in sympathy with income tax he will appoint a court that will de cide this law legal The Times assures its readers that his court will not uphold the law We have seen so much of Taft we cant believe him in sympathy with the poor people President dall qf the Republicans knowthat the Dem ocrat are going to sweep the country from Maine to CalifOr nia apd from Michigan to Texas in the election next month They are also very much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 October 1910

THE TIMES 4 P r AN ALLMOM H 11A1I LAFKR r THURSDAY dh L2J JOJO ot = = = = = LOCAL miEYITIlSS 1m Cashier A T Whitf > vns ut 1 Morehead the first tthli we k Mrs081ilntft Aei iA uisttiug D1rsNautti q itimesel uttHtrti wicSs creek this week = < Bgru Mondity Oat ITMi to lIlrand MrsOJohn Nealnt mouth of Black creek a laugh ter t t r WhyPeople Cough J is a mystery wlifif Dr7 BtillsPi Tar Honey will cure allY cough look for the bell on the bottle It marks the genuine A Seay a former citizen of this county but now of Mitts burg Piu is visiting friends in the county Harvey Ourr left Monday for Miami Teas where he will spend the winter with his daugh I ter Mrs L G Christopher To De or Not to Be constantly ciugning depends on whether or not you use Dr Bells Pi b Tar Honey A low doses will y stop that cough I j r The Breathitt Coiinry News has been sold to < i slut voii puny and it conies nut this week in dorsing LnnirUy for Congress It will pay you 1 > ncq our line of mans and boys ...

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

Vital Washington News 1 Thodore Roosevelts star of destiny is falling While he was in the South dickering for the support of Re publican delegates to the 1912 convention a vigorous movement was started among the genu ine progressives of the West and Middle West looking toward the withdrawal of all support from the former president Some of the leaders of the Congressional delegation of pro gressives quietly talked the situ ation over and decided not to permit Roosevelt to run away with the leadership of the na tional progressive movement If necessary to prevent the ex president from using the pro gressive movement for his own personal advancement these real progressives will publicly repu diate Roosevelt They will di rect public attention to the gross duplicity Roosevelt practiced on the public by proclaiming him self a progressive and then straightaway turning about and allowing the Now York state conventionover which he had absolute control to adopt a i platform indorsing the Payne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1910

iiifQiil rl j f f r 0 t v < > H 1 r a 7 I l LLAYj 1f CITY TIMES Al 0 8 1 na Year in Advance j We are here to help Clay Cit y jthe SnrroDnJiDg Country Ourselves J E Burgher 1ublisher VOLXV CLAY CITY Kt WmimSDAY OCTOBER 27 J910 NO4 m i Trivener for Congress Clyde H Tuvenner who has been acting as Washington cor respondent for the Clay City Times hits been nominated for Congress by the Democrats of alto Fourteenth Illinois Congres i sional district districtI was given Tav enner in recognition of his vigor ous espousal of the cause of the people I peopleAs As a newspaper man Tavenner exposed the wqrk of the lobbies in Washington ho protested a gainst Cannonism extravagance and all legislation designed to increase the cost of living As a member of Congress he would do th 1iune thing t Killed in St Louis Frank Cecil the only remain ing man who was under indipt nieut for cohspiricy in the Goe bel murders ase was killed this week in St Louis The others ill having been pardoned by Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1910

f F t c F 2 S j 2TSE TSE TIMES 14trb I I lBq qED VERY TtfTJHSDAYt Subs ri nioii rates 81 a year or thre years in advance 82 J E Burgher Publisher Entered a6 secondclass mail matter Thursday r tOct 27 1910 Langleys Bills Langley said at Jackson that ho when in the State Lpgiela ture at Frankfurt and Congress man Qllie James who was then a page in the House had voted f ran increase of the Pages pay Thats Langley to a finish He doesent know the worth of a dollar but always votes for a wasteful measure and prides him self in being able todeplete the U S Treasury under the most possible pretenses No wonder S n tor Aldrich was cure this government could be run on 300000000 less per year he knew such men of Lan leV8 cal user predominated in the halls of Congress This is why Lang lay votes for a high tariff its an excuse to meet these unjust ex penses in the way of revenue This is supposed to be the peo ples govern ment but has Ling ley ever voted for a single meas ure that favored the peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 October 1910

t I r y i a l3 w THE TIMES AN ALL HOMKMADE PAPER THURSDAY Oct 27 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES Luther Loving was in Lexing ton Monday on business Attorney Henry Watson of MCA Sterling was here Friday v Miss Grace Shimfesael visited friends at Winchester this week Mrs B B Walters is visiting relatives at Jackson and Oannel City f Why People Cough = r is a mystery when Dr Bells Pine l < TarHoney will cure any cough look for the bell on the bottle It marks the genuine Dorris T Mize of Louisville i was here Saturday to see old friends Frank B Russell of Louis o ville was here one day last week on business businessMr Mr and Mrs Elder Orow visit ed relatives near Winchester the first of the week fo Be or Not to Be tconstantly coughing depends on whether or riot you use Dr Bells Pine = rarIIoney A few doses will stop that cough P B Eirk and family arrived here Monday from North Caroli na to visit relatives 0 W Duncan of West Vir ginia is spending a few days with relatives in the city It will pay...

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. — 27 October 1910

t waaar Vital Washington News More than 175 American man ufacturers whose products are protected in this country by the Jay Aldrich bill are selling their goods cheaper abroad than at home homeThe The best evidence that Ameri can consumers are being charged excessively is the secrecy with which the tariff beneficiaries make lower prices to foreigners The beef trust heads the list It is shipping American beef to England and after paying trans portation across the Atlantic Belling its products at two cents a pound below American market priceThe The following table complied from discount sheets sent to Eu rope by American firms shows the difference between export and home prices ot certain speci Pied articles edarticlE1sAuger Auger bits Ex price Home price Irwins solid center416 IrwinBBolidcenter4lCper per dozen 130 8180 BoltsCarragef Carragef Gln perhun 60 75 Machine ft 4I II 57 68 Tire f by Gin per bun 65 76 Braces Bracesbrays Frays ratchet No 81 per dozen 1064 1450 Harness soaps Tro...

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

V I THE CLAY CITY TIMES THES Of I J > I 7 1 11 4 ft c n SI j I a Year In Advance We ire here to Help Cla1 wftMSkroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iohlislicr i J YOU XV n CLAY CITY KrlgOTRSDAY NOVEMBER 3 J9lO NO Jjl The Speaking The house was crowded to its titmost capacity last Saturday night to hear the Hon A F Byrd Democratic candidate for Uongress speak in this city At torney 11 R Friend was present too and spoke first Hb was in froduced by Mr J A Sewell I Mr Friend made a splendid speech Mr Byrd followjng held t his hearers attention from begin ning to tho end He add Mr Friend was frequently and loud ly cheered as they revealed the unworthy reputation of the one John W Langley in good style These speeches have done much good for the Democrat in the county and1 will help Powell to give an increased Democratic majority To Cut out 1911 Crop Farmers in Central Kentucky heartily approve of President lABus suggestion to cutout the 1911 tobacco crop in order to bring the tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 3 November 1910

THE TIMES ttr I1a LBLlcintO EVERY XUUUSOAT f Subscription rates 61 a year or three v T years in advance 82 J btirgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday i Nov 3 1910 J j What the PayneAldrich Tariff Is Costing the Farmer When the PayneAldrich tar iff bill went into effect says F S Monnet Democratic cand canddate date for Congress in the 12th 0 hio district the farmers of Franklin county Ohio were re ceiving 80 cents to OOcelits for torn The September option has just closed et 4i cents per bush el a difference of 66 per cent of the value of the farmer in less than two years aud only 85 cents per bushel offered for the new drop Last year September wheat Hold at Chicago at the close of the market at 120 This vear ft sold at 93 cents difference of 29 per cent Last year I received 88J ceii 18 per pound for my clip ut Ohib wool This year the best II have been offered is 22 cents to 25 cents per pound fur f he same grade of wool a difference of u bout 83 per cent of my i...

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 November 1910

THE TIMES ttS > A A IIOM AJE YAP KR = = L tiiui IrA Nov JJ Jfa I to = = = = LOCAL BHEVITIKS Mrs II G Walters is visntin tier sinter Mrs Ollie Sewell of Windiest Or Mr nod Mrs Win Wall in of Flemingsburg lire visiting Tula tives in the county Your last wintir underwear may not he heavy enough sw UP before I belying Mrs J W Williams Emerson Coulee of Mt Star ling spent a few days with rela tivea in the city this week I Mr and hire E B McGlon I are visiting relatives at More head and ill Uarter county Our Millinery department iR teem ing with all tho pretty creations of tlleeeason t Mrs J W Williams See change of o V Will inns advertisement and go and inspect her new fall stock Miss Carrie Barnett of Mt J grling visited relatives jn the city and county this week You should see our lied of trunks suit cases telescopes and traveling bags before buying burs1 W Williams Cluudo Sons Allen and Tom Rose who went to Georgia some weeks ago have returned home > For Colic or any bowel troub...

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. — 3 November 1910

Vital Washington r News Indications are that Democrat ic candidates in all parts of the Uuited States will this year sweep in a verylarge Republican vote voteWithin Within the last six months the writer has traveled from Maine to California and back again in terviewing scores of Republicans in all sections There is a dis satisfaction in Republican ranks that has not been so acute in many years The people blame the Republi can partv principally for two things 1 For permitting Joseph G Cannon to bo speaker of the House and for allowing Nelson W Aldrich to dominate the Senate 2 For increasing the tariff for which there was no need That Democratic candidates will profit from a great silent vote isevidenf A form reversal frdtnorieend of the country to the other such as occurred in Muine MaesuHniRetts New Hampshire New York and Mis noun should ciiise no surprise to Mil Republicans Everywhere Mu signs of tit times are omi nois for the fr 0 P And ev erywhere the Democrats are en couragedand...

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