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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 15 December 1910

> r J > cr > 1 M 4f e THE LAYICI f I TIMES o0R Jr IIi Adv ne r i VOJXV III + a Men Reasons Given ThbP poor showing Kentucky made in the census of this year is accounted for by the newspapers all aver the State as follows Lawlessness bad tax system inefficient schools and the West ern fever None of th min I hold good except the last 01lC the Western foyer Where the m lawlessness prevails thogiiin in popplation has been the great esttt thousands have moved to where the tax was double towhat vie have here in Powell the counties having the poorest roads haVo made great gains while r counties having perfect turnpikes have fallen away and many of their people moved to states with a y poor dirt roads our schools receive more than double the a nioimt 6f money that was paid in the sensor period before when a mctfe satisfactory gain in popula tion was made and besides there iii but one other state in the U rrfon tha pays more per capita than Kentucky All these theo ries sire exploded...

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. — 15 December 1910

TftlrflMES PUBLISHED EVEHI THUKSDAT Subscription rates 1 a year or three years in advance 82 J B Burgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Dec 15 1910 Swiftdters at Work Lots given away freewas the lure which caught many un wary city people in a recent ex ploitation of some New Jersey seashore lands The company of fered to give away a building lot to any person who could form six words by using the letters in two simple words This was ex trqmely easy The simple puz zle served as a bait to the solv ere who were informed that by sending in their answers to the company they could have their choice of lots represented to be worth between 35 and 100 and to be 25 x 100 feet in size The only expense attached to obtain ing such a lot was 4 which was required to pay for the cost of acknowledging and executing a title deed A map was mailed to those who sent in answers This showed the resort to consist of j tract divided into lots The streets and avenues were shown laid out...

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. — 15 December 1910

io t THE TIMES < AN ALL HII M KMADE PAPKR x IE1U1tSDAV Dec 15 1910 r T4a4lfy BREVITIES t ForTiidies TailormadelSuitB r of t > latest styles seo Mrs Williams I S y tv rri4nvv p t Mr aiid Mrs AT Whltt were f visiting Lexington yesterday 6110TJk P 4kiiate bMiai Do j comber fir 13 60 at Mrs Williams i Mrs1J JJotclturj wliqjejiiy 4neSs was noted last week is ini j r r proving pnmug t r ft Tourlaat vtiutirmjdencarflg i not be heavy enough nee us before t 1 buying Mrs J W Williams Tha fine winter weather is af 1fording still farther time for A butchering hogs 1Il Our Millinery department teem ing witlirall the pretty c eatlotls rr f the season bti JI 1Y iill1p14 0 James G Halter attended a meeting of the RoyalfArQanuin ° 1 i at Lesltigttiu MQnd3Y r r Make Up YourOwajMiad l j When in the need of a cough med icine If you buy Dr Bells Pine Tar honey we guarantee you get the best J E flibluck has moped back to town lie moved to the conn fry about eighteen months ago You should eee our li...

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

The Open Door SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES By tho electro magnetic telegraph nn operator can exactly locatu a fracturo In a submarine cable nearly 8000 miles long A low fossils sent to on expert geologist enable him to accurately dctennlno the rock formation from which thcy0ara taken This ho can describe as perfectly as If tho rocky formation was before him on tho table So also In medical fclcnce Disease had certain unmlslakublu signs or aymp toms By reason of this fact the phi clam And specialists connected with Dr Pierces InvalM Hotel and Surgical In stitute at Buffalo are enabled to accu rately determine the natnro of many chronic diseasoa wlthont seeing and per sonally examining their patients In rec ognizing dlsnaso without a personal exam ination of the patient they flo not claim to possess miraculous powers They ob tale their knowledge of the patients dis ease by practical and WIcstaullshed principles of modem science Certain dllelUeS display rtrtoln pec11linr trails Subjected ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 22 December 1910

r c I > h t1 M 1 p pj i f > pfy < 6I r T H E j 1t CLAYi CITY TIMES r f < I i k I f f t 8100 o Year In Advaue Vcr sere to fidp Clay ftie Sorroandfng Cooafry and Oorselvts Y I E Burgher Publisher l = VOL XYCLAl QCTYKY4 Ir URDAY DECEMBER 2 t 1910 NO b1 Ending of the Year For Bcverel hundred years throughout the greater part of x Christendom the last day of Dec ember has marked the close of r the year To bti sure it is nil arbitrarily fixed date but we 1 t have so long observed it that we i instinctively feel that December p o is the grave qf thtyeatatid a time of judgment 1 It is on the whole a conven oJJeut season for taking conveoI > 1sights which after all is said a r gainst the danger of retrospect are as necessary as foresights to 1 the engineer as well Illito all mankind At this season the days are shortest there is are laxation from the strenuous bus tic and nervous strain of the year The sun hangs low in the sky the blood is a trifle sluggish and to avoid the dan...

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 December 1910

i Starts v M v i v y 0 f V y ar 1 1 N J D Q17 TAXES Jt At the Court House door in t Stanton Ky Mobday Jab Slid 1911 at 1 oclock PI im it being Powell county Court day I wil offer for sale the following land or So much thereof ° as may be necessary to satisfy nil taxes due thecounty nqd Sratefor theyear 1010 together with 6 per cent penalty interest and all costs which will be added to the a mounts below according to law PRECINCT NO1 Baker Win 20 acres 882 Baker Noamo non resident 14 acres 410 Baker J W non resident 80 acres 188 Brunor J M non resident 52 acresr 70 Curtis 00 56 acres 488 Curtis 0 0 185 acres 1816 Daniel B S Boundary 626 Dnwson Willie 68 acres 802 Everman W G heirs per sonalproperty 1252 Everman Sarah 50 acres 207 Evermair G W 60 acres 457 Everman Richard 45 acres60 Fisher Delia 57 acres 276 Guy O Si non resident 64 acres 42 Henry J M 88 acres 802 Hello Nancy 50 acres 270 Hensley Fulton 104 acres 805 Pigg J L nonresident 20 acres 552 Riche Wr honresldenirr tt < 224...

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. — 22 December 1910

11 T > i raK iE TiMES It V k AJTAU HOMEMADE PAPBfi < < 1HUI DAY Dec 22iJQl9 t t r iTJCArJA HUE VITIKS I 1 r t1Viiiter is still with us + t i iili p tL Keith was v in Lexington t j iiast week v r 4j MgoJ adieb Tatlormade Suite bf 5 latest styles see Mrs Williams > i v It B RU8scll of Ltmlsville p 7 J wzaa 1 n tho city t3aturday 1 A Merry Olrtistimvs tits < lil the < readeradf > the Times > 1 If Op Silk Petticoats dining De Williamsx x a Jr ll esesMoheand Ada Johnson J were in Winchester Monday 1 > Cft < i t y v r Yquf last wintir underweat may sot bii heavy enough see his beford w > ftdyin Mrs J Vlltam I r Send tnyour bscription now Ohjy 50 cents a year during the hbliflays JtIesdamC8 W 0 Martin and I EB ilcGilone wore in Winches tor shopping Tuesday 1 r j Sour JttUlitieiydepartmentrsteera Iitwi ra1 the pretty cremations of r r v < i I the season Mrs J W Williams Ice skating and ice harvesting has been much in evidence for quite a period of time 4 ...

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 December 1910

Commissioners Sale 1 Powell Circuit Court Olarence French fcc Plaintiffs versus Etta May Yocum c Defendant Notice of sale in equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren tiered at the November Term 1910 thereof In the above cause the under jigned will on the 2nd day of Jan 1911 at 1 oclock PM or thereabout thereaboutbeing being Court Day I will as Commis sioner proceed to offer for sale at Pub lic Auction to the highest bidder on a credit six months at the Court Houso door Stanton Kytho property men tioned in the judgment towiti Situated on the waters of Hatchers creek in Powell county Kentucky and known as tho widows dowery in the division of the lands of John French deceased and beginning at Station No 76 on point of oliff corner to Hurst white oak andash pointers thenre S 1 12E 14266 P to a stone dogwood three pines three white oaks and hick ory pointers thence 8 81 E 28096 P to a stone four dogwoods marked ad pointers corner to lot N 3 and sta...

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 December 1910

41r 1 < h > 1 f 4 tHE CLAY IJ1TY TIMES 1 I JI < ti i J SUDD a Year In Advance I We areGereito help Clay iiYi nadia Couniry and Ourselves 1 B Burgher Publisher i tf pLt XV I CLAY CITY Kt W SDAY DECEMBER 2H J910 NO f HARR1AGES J jDh Wednesday evening De cember 21st at the home of the brides uncle Jack Parker in ° the lower end of the county Mr I Bonny Barnett and Miss Mattie 4awson both of this county were quietly married V v Mr Lee Reeves and Miss Fran C Painter both of Lexington came to this city Saturday and married Saturday evening 1 ire ng at the home of W T Wood El der J T Turpin officiating Conlec Bowman v Wednesday afternoon at the home of Curtis Bowman the brides father near this city Miss Lulft J Iae Bowman and Mr Em ersdn Opnlee were married in the presence of a number of friends thaRey W P Fryman ofBciat ine They left on the afternoon train fqrMt Sterling The bride is a leading school teacher of Power county and a beautiful young lady The groom is a prora isinb yo...

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

Sbe rHrs Sale of I LAND for TAX E S At the Court House door in Stanton Ky Monday Jan 2nd 1911 ut1 oclock pm it being Powell county Court day X wjl offer for sale the following land or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy all taxes due the county and Statefor the year IplO together with 0 percent penalty interest and all costs which will be added to the a mounts below according to law PREOINOT NO 1 Baker Wm 20 acres 832 Baker Noamo non resident 14 acres 410 Baker J W non resident 80 acres 138 Bruner J M non resident 52 acres 70 Onrtis 0 O 50 acres 488 Curtis 00186 acres 1810 Daniel B S Boundary 020 Dawson Willie 08 acres802 Everman WO heirs per sonal propetty 1252 Everman Sarah 50 acres 207 Everman Q W 50 acres 457 Everman Richard 45 acres 60 fisher Delia 57 acres 276 Guy 0 S non resident t acres 42 Henry J M 38 acres 802 Heilin Nancy 50 acres 276 Hensley Fulton 104 acres 895 Pigp J Lnon resident 20 r acres 552 Riche J W non resident 22 aces 552 RoundtreeMatilda40 acres 188...

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. — 29 December 1910

< r mf v TjfclF7 4 JJf IHE TIMES Yff 1 < IAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 1 = i FriIIiJ1tSDAY Dec 29 1910 > LOCAL BREVITIES y For Ladies Tailormade Suis of latest sty lea see Mr83VVilianjs ij oiDock Phillips spent Sunda JP with his eon fayrr Phillips ii r Lexington Lexington8G 8G OQ Silk Petticoats during DA cember for 83 50 at Mrs Williams Chas F Tomlinson is spend ing the holidays with relative r inBay City Mich I Your last wintir underwear maj not7be heavy enough see us before t Buying Mrs 3 W Williams f Send in your sbacription now 1 Only 5O cents a year during the 1 holidays > g The turn for warmer woathe a is appreciated If it has brought ifs slush and mud 0 vtt Oar Millinery department JB teem ing with all the pretty creations 01 the season > Mrs J W Williams I r Mrnnd Mrs Edward Rose are visiting in Oovingtpn and New v port Ky this week Make Up Your Own Mind When in the need of a cough med icine Tf you buy Dr Bells Pine TarHoney we guarantee you gel the best Mrs J W Max...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 29 December 1910

C mmissioners Sale CommissionersYSalePoieell Powell Circuit Court Clarence French Ac PJnintifTa versus Etta May Yocuin etc Defendant Nollcejof sale In equity By virtue ofn Judgment and order of hale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November Term 1010 thereof in theabove cause the under signed will on the 2nd day of Jan 1011 at oclock P Mor thereabout being Court Day 1 will as Commis sioner proceed to offer for sale at Pub lic Auction to the highest bidder on a credit six months at the Court House dour Stanton Ky the property men tioned in the judgment tcwlti Situated on the waters of Hatchers creek in Powell county Kentucky and known us the widows dowcry in the division of the lands of John French deceased and beginning at Station No 70 on point of cliff corner to Hurst r white oak and rill pointer thenre S 1 t2 E 142CO P to a stone dogwood three pines three white oaks and hick ory pointers thence S 81 E 20006 P to a stone four dogwoods marked as pointers corner to lot N...

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. — 5 January 1911

JP:'. V "'TIMES. If TV 1 V ' X A help Clay Cityjjjritgj itrO&stis.' Jj $1.00 a Year In Advance. We are here to J. E- Burgher, Publisher. vol: xvi. OLA? OITY, KT., i JA$jLWZfh. 1911, NO. 1. L1 CLAY ' lRTrI XXXLi "Hi s . Volume XVI. With this i68uo tho Times en ters its sixteenth volume, having rounded out nn existence of fif teon.years. The paper is not what wo would like to make, but it seeems the best to possibly make and keep a going in n small town and county like Clay City and Powell. In the whole coun ty thore are but 1,848 polls and the Times had a subscription list equal to more than half this num ber, so 'when we tako into consid eration the small territory to work ill, we think that we should not be discouraged as we cannot alter these conditions and circum stances. We hope to see busi ness with the Times this year an improvement over what it was in 1910, butitremaiiiB with our sub scribers, those who should be on our list and our advertising pa trons to make this possi...

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. — 5 January 1911

THE TIMES. WONDERFUL PROGRESS YauIhW Mill. Many of the business men of rUDLISUEt) fcVKRV THURSDAY. Subscription-rates 81 ri year or three yearqjuadjyance g-:EJi5urohcr Publisher. Made In Modes of Travel In the U- hI plaopfttendcd c6urt a nlted States Slnco the Days of Dan- otantori jAomty. lei Boone and Davy Crockett. Entered as second-class mail matter. Thurso ay, -- Jan. 5, 191 i. CLUB RATES For the convenience of our Bub- . .. . Messrs. iforval Lyle and'Thos Bhimfessol -started, for riiooiux Arizona Mandar; Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrev Clarence Estes of Upper, HardwickVCreek, vis ited friends' near Vauehn's In the days of Dauiol Boone during Xma? Wjde,k. anu .uavy urocKen nnu lvit uar- son, travel to anu tnrouin) tlie Palaces on Wheels: Srieed Like the Wind Through Regions of Beauty and Bloom While Chill Winter En wraps the North. 'a Mi Ml Owing to, the bad day Sunday a large crowd? was present at the Christian .church. The announce tnent for thee'venlng was post poned. ... A large crowd...

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. — 5 January 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY,' Jan. 5, 1011. ..-4iO0Ar, BREVITIES. lY kOrovter Buruott, of II. It. IMt. . Sferlivfg, Was hero-tho first of the weuk. The Company store has been -"'closed this week taking the an- , Z :niBal invoice. Having, winter in winter is much better than having it-next "summer. . ,15 00 Silk Petticoats during De I Vember for $8 50 at Mrs. Williams'. Thos. Shimfessel and Orvil Lyle loft 'Monday f or Phoenix, Arizona to engage in -business. . Jtfrs. ..Newton Puckett, of Quicksand; is visiting her Sister, Mrs. J. W. Hendri'x, of this city. Ifbur laBt wintir underwear may not be heavy enough, see us before buying. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Grant Elkin, of Ford, and W. Z. Eubank, of Kiddville, attend edOounty Court at Stanton Mon day. The po8toffice was closed Mon day in observance of New Years day which came this time on Sunday. What Can We Say More than if you are not satisfied after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve we will refund your money. 2&Q. a...

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. — 5 January 1911

Vital Washington News. The Ilumphey ship subsidy bill, which provides for an an nual gift of $5,000,000 from the treasury of the United States to millionaire privnto ship owners, is to bo jammed through this ses sion of Congress at Jho special request of President Taft. Ship subsidies aro about ns un popular with tho country gener ally as tariir revision upward. Yet the Republicans appear to be unafraid to place this addi tional class legislation upon the statute books. Tho stand-pat Republicans who were defeated for re-election have nothing to loso through voting for ship subsidy. The stand-pat Republicans who were reelected will vote for it to be consistent with past performanc es. Besides, Republicans voting against measures recommended by President Taft lay themselves open to the charge of traitor, for which, "haii'-l ig is to too good for tliem . I in addition there to may hi. 1 rieir patronage tak en away frof.v rhgm. ThV vote' m tfia 6lup subsidy bill will bfyJg Soverol pro g...

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. — 12 January 1911

"'I CITY TIMES. JL lJli CLAY! 81.0.0 a Year In Advance. . Wc are here to help Clijf Wlhc SnrronnJiug Coantry and Ourselves. .1. C. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KrJgURSDAY. JANUARY 12. J 0 1 J . NO. 2 -St Must Take Notice. Judge Benton has kept the law yers of the Franklin bar busy this week. He is outside of his dis trict and wants to get back liome, so he is doing his best to gut the business of the court disposed of quickly. This is one of the advan tages of having a regular judge act as a special judge. Judge. Benton J, is as fine a judge as can be found on the bench in Kentucky and has made the local bar sit up and take notice Frankfort News. . Married in Missouri. Mr. Robert Lee Lyle and Miss Ruby Allien Kelly, were marri ed in Missouri near Kansas Oity, December 25th. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.- W. D. Lyle, formerly of this city, and is a nephew of 0. Slumfessel. Died in Winchester. Mr. V. O. Hos.kins, died at his home in Winchester Tuesday, Januray 8rd, ag...

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. — 12 January 1911

THE TIMES PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance S3. J B. 'Burgher, 1'ubllsher. Entered as eecond-clnss mail matter, Thursday, Jun. 12, 1911 CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our sub' acribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices helow mentioned ; The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 44 Louisville Commercial 75 s Home and Farm ' 75 No Show Without State Aid. lor moro than a generation Clark county has been using e conomy in ner county anairs in order that the bonded debt o nearly a hundred thousand dol lars paid for our' pikes might be paid oil. If the mountain coun ties that are going to bo the rich esr in tne state in a tew years will bond themselves thus heavi ly they will be able to build ai the roads they need. Winches ter Democrat. lhe law prevents any county from issuing bonds to exceed 2 per cent, of its taxable property Powell has one million taxable property. Two per cent, of 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. — 12 January 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER.. THURSDAY, .... Jan. 12, lflll. LOCAL BREVITIES. 0. 0. Eaton is visiting home folks .from up the road. s ' . R. P. Rose was transacting . business iu Winchester yestor- day. $5 QO'Silk Petticoats during De ' cembcr for $3 50 at Mrs. Williams'; Mrs. win. Johnson is very ill with rheumatism at the Central Hotel. " The County Board of Super ViBors.are in session at Stanton qhis week. Miss Maud Fletcher is visiting relatives at Hedges Station and near Winchester. Your last wihtir underwear may not be heavy enough", see us before buying. Mrs.. J . W. "Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry, of Lexington, are visiting relatives on Hardwick's creek. Vincent Hudson, of Edina, Mo., is .visiting his parents and other relatives in the county. Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. McGlone, of Morehead, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McGlone this week. What Can We Say More than if you are not satisfied after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve we will refund your money. 25c. at, all ...

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. — 12 January 1911

AAT Kin. V r . Vital Washington News. -With the entire country look, i nir on, each individual member of the United States senate will noon have to go on record either tor or psunat I.oriiiierisni. livery senator who votes lor Loriineristn will have that vote charged up to his record. When he comes up for re-election to the Senate, or if he ever runs for ;ny other elective position, his opponent will be sure to point to the vote for Lorimer and to urge it as a good reason why the peo ple should retire him to private life. Every senator knows this as well as does the writer. Those members who are against Lor.' inorism and all that it stands for are glad to have the opportunity to go on record. But those sen it tors who for any reasons feel bound to vote for Lorimer are Rquirnii:)g. The entire matter is veiy annoying to them. They Lope some way may be found or invented so that a direct vote may be avoided. ' Indications are however, that the Lorimer senators will have to step out befo...

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