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

00 T i r pn Af yaR fr M r 1 N 4 i f 4 t I I t Tills CITY TIMES f 1 i t u ills I i Year In Aiivanw > 4 We are here to help Clad the SurroDndingCoqn rY dd 0orsehest J E Burgher Tublisher lr lrt VOIJIt OLl1T cYT t tritSDAT NOVEMBER JO J90 N0 45 I RCaution to Hunters OO As tlielinnting Keiitffm i open iluxt Tuesday a note of warning is In order The limiting senpon is always accompanied with I more orjless uccrijejits Possibly Hltanlways iif Pli fell county d6 I serious accidents occfir but they do soiiietiinefi in the state each season and this year it may turn to this county Atall times it Js best to be careful with guns Be sure there is nothing between yoii and the game when you shout and also be very careful to escape an accident from your oij gnus Ajiother thing many t e hunters are very thoughtless a bout is hunting on grounds of otheri without permission tJ do so This is discourteous to land v i owners and is a violation of law oj J boeides Most farmers do not V J e for neighbo...

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 November 1910

> t V f W t l t fl t J j f t r I f I I vI t tIff t < 4 I I I tt Jd it l l d i r 1 I fWo I f o 1f Jt ojIt f 11 1 4kr1 d iI ti f trfaal i rr Hvto rl3 th Jj8i y nn T > TI P TH Jf iT O THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVBBT TUUKSDAY Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance 82 J B Burgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 10 1910 The Leopard and Its Spots We have often heard of the leopard changing its spots but never knew exactly what was meant by it until we began read ing the Clay City Times One minute itis raging over the fact that Congressman Langley work ed for and voted to secure ap propriations for the Federal Building at Jackson for improve nients in the Kentucky and Big Sandy rivers and for the many other things he has done for his constituents saying that if ail of t e Congressmen were as extrav agant as Langley the country would soon be bankrupt The spots are changed and up goes a Vail about broken promises com corning turnpikes It is extrava...

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 November 1910

l t r r r i 5 3 l t4 s T c 1 11JE1t 1 1 Jv EG 0 1 II I F r j KWA L ltblliNlIATiE PAPER t1 r 11 1010i i Sn r l tL CAL BREVITIES k r I i > ° Judge O K Nohuitl of Irvine wits in the city Friday f I dI D Ourry of Nicholas ooun fc tyy came homo Tuesday to vote T V f tYoitr last wintir underwear may iiu6t DH heavy enough see us before j rf buying Mr8J W Williams n 1Vtn Mnuntc Tr of Oincinnn ft ti < Ohio came homo Tuesday to vote i I Attorney Oharles F Shencer tvus in the city yesterday on le r gal business i Our Millinery department in teem I y i ing with all the pretty creations of V the season Mrs J W Williams u it v James Mauppin of Irvine yis yisI two days this week I Wm F McIntosh ono of Esi till countys leading citizens was in tho city yesterday v it You should see our line of trunks suit cases telescopes and traveling bags before buying i ir8ll W Williams Thanksgiving comes this year November 24th and the turkey crop still higher than ever For Colic l f or any bowel trouble D...

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

Editors Chief Delight There are some people strange as it may seem who imagine that one of the chieftt lights of i newspaper man is to have some thing happen in order that he may gratify a morbid de sire to parade the sbortcomings of humanity in the columns of his paper It is hardly necessa ry to reply to such accusations Newspaper men are like other men They are of the same flesh and blood and were reared a midst similar environments Did Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fade In nervous prostration all female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND KIDNEYiLlVI STOMACH TROUBLE it fa the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Southern Agriculturist Nashville Tenn For forty years the friend and counselor of Southern farmers Twenty = four pages twice a month 50 cents a year or three years for 100 Sample Copy Sent Free Do You Want One BO YEARS I EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCETRAOt TRADEMARKS TRADEMARKSI OPYRIQHTSC Anyone lndln...

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

f I i OTHECL f CITY TIMES li jhI j i t JI t C SlQO M Tear In Advance Weare here MlCJtf City the SnrreBDling Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher > I j VOL XV OIJA1y qitlY key IURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 J9lO NO 16 L Hickory Supply Vanishing Warning that the original sup D ply of hickory the best Amefi can fuel wood and the most diffi cult to replace in case of a short age of American hardwoods is approaching exhaustion is given in a bulletin of the Department of Agriculture complied by For est Assistant Anton T Boisson t and J A Newlin engineer in timber teas It shows that Vir ginia hickory the chief source of supply is disappearing rapidly and that there are no foreign sources which can be drawn upon when the home supplies are ex hausted Prices it is pointed out are bound to advance be cause of the high technical value of hickory coupled with the fast at diminishing supply The bulletin says hickory has a number of important special uses for which no satisfactory substi tutions kn...

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

THE TIMES n i i ltltxiibu tvVKUX tUUUSUAI Hubscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S3 J E Uurghcr Publisher Entered as gecondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 17 1910 One of our Republican ex changes give as the reason for their loss in the East that it was s because the leaders of the party hud betrayed the people and seemed to think it a pity that the r whole people must suffer on the I Account of these leaders near dightedness In the same column this paper said Langley von on His record which was a most brill iant one Langley voted for ev try measure that caused the go p to lose in other states The difference is enough of the peo r file up East know when to vote for a change but down it the Teutu iiicy nave more to learn yoi With the paper Consist ency thou art a jewel 0Its hard Jiuilr tor the Adminis tration to be compelled to admit H considerable deiicit in the nu tional revenues forOctoner and for the fiscal year It was hop tld that just before the election a surplu...

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

tf n t14Etfl M ES < J1I I 1I fif L AM ALL H > MKMADE PAPRP < h j h < THUKSJMY Nov 17 3010 = n l Skis LOG A IV BREVITIES J r < Oircuit Court will convene at f StantnuMomlnv Jt i For Ladies Tailormade Suits of r latest styles see Mrs Williams 1 jar Frank B Russell of Louisville t came up Tuesday to take a hunt George Hon of Winchester is fr visiting his uncle Edwin Rose jLnear the city J Your last wintir underwear may not be heavy enough see us before buying Mrs J W Williams The General Association of i I Baptists are in session at Oynthi JiU1I this week Mrs Wm 0 Martin visited relatives in Montgomery county a few days last week Our Millinery department is teem x ing with all the pretty creations of 4 > the season of + Mrs J W Williams < Henry S Wood a leading r young attorney is dead atMt Sterling of pneumonia 1 Z J B Hall of Lexington is spending ti few days with friends Su the city and enjoying a hunt i You should see our line of trunks suit cases telescopes au...

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. — 17 November 1910

Farmers Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day is primarily n farmers festival They have justified their faith by their works They have plowed the land and sowed the seed confi dent that the early and the lat ter rains the wind and the sun and all the forces of nature co operating will produce an abun dant harvest The laborer is worthy of his 1hire worthy of his rewards There is a dignity about farm iug that attaches to no other profession in that all other pro r f Jo Hiric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female j weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND KIDNEYiLiVER STOMACH ROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter I Southern Agriculturist Nashville Tenn For forty years the friend and counselor of Southern farmers Twenty four pages twice a month I 50 cents a year or three years for 100 t Sample Copy Sent Free Do You Want One I 60 YEARS k EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEILTRA TRADE MARKS DESIGNS...

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

0 1 1 r l 7Z 7 < I 11 l > X p rra t N I J j < fil C FTIE r CLAY tITY TIMES 141 f d fi J I < o i i < 0 v s 1 r o iI bear inAdvatice rOb iv r Bumper Cora Crop > While thus year we have raised 1 lie poorest jrony crop probably ever grown in Powell county the State upon the whole and lie other states have fins year produced a bumper crop The Crop Reporting Board of the Bu reau of Statistics of the United States Department of Agricn + ttire reports the production of iQ475QOO iji Kentucky during 1910 ThE avereage production per acre is placed ntSSOifasjigfs This is considered good feild While 28 bushels per dcreittcoti sidefed a good yield the ifepart inentEiiys the yield could be easily doubled by the proper selection of seed scientific methods of cul tivation and the proper rotation of crops where higuminous crops are J rown for no less than two years out of three r r Weir up With Wort v to Most farmers are through path ring sprn and many have killed their hogsuch beau...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 November 1910

THE TIMES ruuLtatikU yBdYriitijbAk Subscription rates La year or three years in Advance 8 2 J E Borghcr Publisher Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Nov 24 1910 Senator Bradley has appointed Representative Lillard of Dan villc Democrat his private Sec retary Lillard is one of the four Democrats that voted for Brad ley against Beckham and which elected Bradley Lillard is a druggist at Danville a local op tion town and after ho voted for Bradley engaged further in the drug business which to have lat er been a blind tiger from the number of fines amounting to thousands of dollars imposed up on him for selling liquor The payment of these fines broke him up The temperate Democrats and Prohibitionists that voted for this whiskey combination of Willson Bradley S Co can now bluch with shame But wo told them so before hand President Taft before he signed the present tariff bill that it was far from satisfactory but would sign it because it was the best possibly that could be gotten ...

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

It r EStjO > i I t tr y fiAN ALL II MEMADE PAPER r Jl Jt THURSDAY MM Nov 24 1910 LOCAL BREVITIES Robert Henry of near Win rS Chester vas here the latter par of the week J 1 Mrs Madge Lewis of Wiif chester spent Tuesday with red 7 iitive in the city 7JFoMndies Tnilorinade Suitaj of r > latest styles see Mrs Williams t A number of Clay City peopl seem Jo i have business at Cir suit Court at Stanton this week a Your last wintir underwear maj not be heavy enough see us bcfor I J buying Mrs J W Williams 1 Twq women were elected as > members of the Lexington Boars > of Education at the recent e lection a i Our Millinery department is teem < ing > withall the pretty creations gt the season Mrs J W Williams < Mr Clarence Haze ripg saw I filer > fur Foreman fearle 06 nl Heidelberg was home to see hu family over Sunday You should eee our line of trunks suit cases telescopes aiid traveling bags before buying bIrs1 W Williams The continued cold weather is something very ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 24 November 1910

May Not Sit In Congress A special from Washington says tilt wnnld not hp enrnrfsuiur tn thosc who t1rc nnninrtnco toHh on affairs relating to the organi zation of the next House should the Democrats prevent theswear ing in of OnlebPowers of Ken tucky They are now studying the precedent offered in the Brig ham Roberts case when the Speaker refused to administer the oath to the Utah Congress mace because of objection made by Representative Taylor of O 0311 Elf B Itt fiiiJi Succeed when everyttv olse falls R In nervous prostration I a4 female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH ROUBLE It b the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Southern I Agriculturist i Nashville Tenn For fort yeans the friend and counselor of Southern farmers Twenty four pages twice a month 50 cents a year or three years for 100 Sample Copy Sent Free Do You Want One A I60VEARS EXPERIENCETRAO TRADEMARKS Dctions COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a ske...

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

y < THE 2 > CLAY ct CITY TIMES e y = y SlOtf a harm a Advaacarr J Weateiere tI kelp Clay City the SnrropniingXoontry and OarselvesJ I E Burgher Publisher t 0 VOL XV CIL4I ULY THURSDAY DECEMBER 11910 NO 4B 1 to it E Reported Sold A New York dispatch brings the authoritative news that the l6iiHvillo and Nrt8livjllaftilroadi Company has acquired a lat the 1599000 Capital stock ptthq Lex ington and Eastern Railway Onmpiuiyi nearly all of the 81 600000 genefiU mortgage bonds aid laaoItiOO deferred deben tures thereby assuming ac cording to the gpntiunceihont made on Saturday an issue of 4f it mortgage bonds 800000 which mature during lollyso that it is expected that within 4 reasonable short time the prop Arty will be entirely clearly of all mortgage obligations 7 This New York announcement cottfirman a story published in the Loader some mouths ago to tho Affect that the Lexington as tern railway had passed under the control of the Louisville Nashville system although oiL cia confi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 December 1910

THE TIMES PUHLtdUBU JJVKUr TllPKBDAY 3 ° Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance 2 J E Burgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 1 1910 SPOUT SPRING T S McKinney went to Rich mond Monday on a busimes amis sionSaturday Saturday and Sunday are the regular days for Services at the Baptist church Let a good crowd come out Farmers who have grone to bacco have all been very busy this week stripping it out and some have hauled it to market Asa Todd who was so badly crippled some weeks ago by a loaded wagon running over one of his legs is now able to be out AgainWhile While returning home from this place Saturday afternoon Willie Ptickett accidentally dis charged his revolver and killed the splendid young horse he was rideing He had that day re fused 150 for the animal I Vaughns Mill Mr T J Wright attended court ut Winchester Monday The Rev Owsley from Win chester held his first appointment at the Christian church Sunday NQV 27 The young folks were inv...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 December 1910

= I I T 4 YTIMES t AvALrs 11 i tEMADE PAPER 1lIItsDV Dec 1 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES BREVITIESII II K Baker of Dayton Ohio is hero witli friends For l4itdles PaJlurlna d Suite tr latest r t styles f1ec Mrs Williams > xj I E B Bowman of Middletown Ohio is in the city with rola ti ves I f r 85 Od Silk Petticoats during De i cember for S3 fiO at Mrs Williams JFriday Fn nk Morris a bridge builder of the L E was fun B over qt the tutinelat Torrent and o killed 1 J < Your last 1 vrihtir TL undnrwear Pill not bp heavy enough see Us before buying Mrs JOW WilliaVne HdiirtM Boaworth rf Lcxr ington former State Treasurer announces thJ8 freeli psn Demo cratic nllidntefor Audkorv 1Our Millinery department iateem ing with all the pretty creations of the season MrsJwWiiiims t K i > TrytOdjv nil oft sour Xmns shopping in you home town this time aud see w 1ltt pleasing re quisites you can find in Powell countyMake Make Up Your Own Mind When in the need of a cough med icine If you buy Dr Bells Pi...

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

HOW SHE KEEPS BEAUTIFUL The Mystery Solved Llko the flowers that bloom In the spring tho young girl just budding into womanhood is an inspiring eight and she Is usually beautiful If she is per fectly healthy Sho stays beautiful just so long as her health and cons tu lion remain good Let her be nervous have backache sleepless nights and how soon does it take for wrinkles crows feet and dark circles to appear in the face Her cheeks wero roey until she began to suffer from womans weaknesses and the constantly recur ring pains and drains brought her quickly from the beautiful ago to the premature middle age It was not meant for women to suffer soit is due to our unnatural but civilized methods of living and to the fact thak so many neglect those small ills which soon lead up to larger ones Nothing so drags a woman down as those con stantly recurring periods when aho suffers more and more from a chronic condition that can be easily cured No woman should take an alcoholic com that will di...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1910

TiII E 1 < CLAY I N kJ ITY TIMES < Il < Jar d z y hOOa Y ir In < Advancs 1tt Ve are hert fif help Clay cIty Surrounding Country aniOorstivesf 1 E Burgher Iublisbcr Vr3U XV O Jiltt KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1910 NO 49 c FarmeiBWdek During the first week in linn uiiry beginning the JJrd and Inst hi j fhrmigh the Gfh the Agrj cultural College of the State u lYjversity at Lexington has at riulgedfo ihserve Farmers1 WeeR This will bC the befit opportunity ever Offered for far inors and stockmen of the State to avail themselves of the bene fits of the Agricultural College The Swine Beef baffle iiofscv Dairy Cattle and Sheep Breed are Associations of the State will hold their annual conven tions there on successive days ten fj devoting a half day to speeches business etc and the f qtliftr half to judging work The State Corn GrowefV Association the State born Show and Corn Schfcoi wiiralso be held tit the College during the week Liber t al premiums Rare offered in the vanes classes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1910

TI1i 0TIM 1S PDULISUKD fiVJCBr THURSDAY < Subs rip Rhtr teBl a year orthreo y wr 3ihudt1 ce 62 J ESUurghcr Publisher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday c Dec 8 1910 There is always eoiriQ Jpesk y rofesp1trying to explode the theory that whisky is good l 6 r snakebites The real trouble i8 there are not enough snake bite to go around The Republicansdid not worry about the high price of turkeys eficoperforce they had Jto eat crow for a Thanksgiving dish polone Roosevelt flees from the reporters Eta used to rush at them with mouth wide open and seize them by the hand In modern times the road to fortune for the business man pusses through the printing qfliee In the Advert eirlgWa It may Seem strange but all Democratic candidates that Ted dy called liars won their races by large majorities Virden Mr and Mrs M M Pace re t h proud parents of anew son 01 0 demons sold some corn to Columbus Ourtis at 276 per barrel Elder Andrew Seay of Olarks rule JLa spent a few days last week wi...

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. — 8 December 1910

c > IJI12 lIMES k i J fJiA XJ J LU i1E MADI PAPER ii lnUJlSDA V Dec 8 1010 t ri < LOO AL BREVITIES For Ladies Tailorrnnde Suits of latest styles see Mrs Williams After the hobble skirt Why not ahf the check rein i 95 00 Silk Petticoats during DC Y u cember for 3 GO at Mrs Williams the Stanton Qitisjen has reo i sumed publication Your last wintir underwear may > r not bp eavyenough see us before buying Mrs J W Williams Dr Martin reports the birth of wdaughter to Mr and Mrs Elzio eWHHamsSatur ayDQo JJrd C t Our Millinery department is teem b lug with all the pretty creations of 1 + tj the season Mrs J W Williams > Friday Mrs A T Whitt was called to Morehead on account of i4 1 the serious illness of her sister t Miss Ethel Blair A Make Up YourOwa Mind When in rthe need of a cough med iclneU you buy Dr Bells Pine L TarHoney we guarantee you get r the best You should see our line of trunks suit caaeSj telescopes and traveling t bags before buyingMrs Mrs 1 W Williams C Mrs Lut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 8 December 1910

f WhstthevOId Lady Said In a Kentucky town not long ago the village belle wits being united in the holy bonds of mat rimony with the young man of her choice and when the minister asked the bridegroom if he prom ised to do all the nice things ro quired of a good husband the young man responded with a loud and emphatic I do t Well Id rather see it than hear tell of it1 ejaculated the brides mother In so saying the old lady voiced the showmo sentiment that is so rapidly developing mong the American people The time was when the people would listen openmduthed to any sort of spreadeagle oratory but nowadays there is a demand for proof Cheating on the part of orators becomes harder as more people learn to rend their Bibles newspapers and maga zines understandingly and to think for themselves Ignorant and insincere speakers are being discredited all over the land al though some are still making money by appeals to the emo tions of weuk men and women fur Country Subscribe for the Times r So...

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