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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1911

si - 3-t Hi Jr. CITY 81. Of) a Year in Advapiv. We are here to help Clay City, the Sorrooniini? Country and Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher. Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAT OITT. K V., jTH URSD A Y , JANUARY IP. 191 1. NO. a THE CLAY TIMES v Treat for Kentucky I. O. O. P. Oh Monday night, January 2.'1, Hooiie Lodge No. 1, I. 0. O. F. of Louisville will give all Odd Fellows within reach of Louis. villc, one of the greatest treats that, lias been given in this sec tion for many yenrs. On that night the 1st degree will bo given to 100 candidates in the Armory at Sixth and Wal nut, Merrick Lodge No. 81 of Lexington, Kentucky by its de gree team, will do the work. This team has gained a national reputation for good work in this degree. Every Odd Fellow Lodge in Kentucky and Southern Indi ana has been invited and it is ex pected that fully 4000 members will be present. Special aarnnge meats have been made with the Railroads and Interurban lines so that every member who wish es to attend can do so. Gr...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1911

c THE TIMES. rmii.isnKi) kveuy Thursday. Subscription rates $1 a year or three vcnrs in ndvance 82. J. E. burgher, Publisher. Entered ns second-class mail matter. Thursday, ... - Jun. 19, ,1911 CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journal fl.00 44 Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 41 Louisville Commercial 75 44 Home and Farm 75 Governor Willson has taken to task the officials of Shelby county for the lynching of two negroes in Shelbyville Sunday night. In the first place, had these official attended to the duties of thei office as negligently as the Gov crnor does his offico they al might have been 'in Louisville New York or some other impor tant place and huvo known noth ing of the lynching until it was all over And again the people of Shelby county were probably induced to the breaking of the law bv the Governors recen wholesale pardon of negroes from the western part of...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE I'APKR. THURSDAY, Jan. 3, JM1. LOCAL BREVITIES." Dr. Martin announces t ho birth of son to Mr. and Mrs. Houston Watts in this city Thursday, Jan uary, 12th. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McGuiro .have gone to housekeeping in the Richardson property adjoining th'6 Times office. 85 00 Silk Petticoats during De cember for $3 50 at Mrs. Williams'. The examination for graduates of common schools will be held at Stanton next Friday and Satur day, Jan. 27 and 28. Our roads are all rriud and travel is greatly reduced on this account. The trade in town must suffer for this cause. The fourth installment of pub lic, school money was due Satur day, but we learn the money didn't arrive ou time. Your last wintir underwear may not be heavy enough, see us before 'buying. Mrs. J. W. Williams. We call attention to Shimfes sol's new ad this week. He is bidding for yotfrv trado and cer tainly has some inducements for it. There seems to be a great scaic ity of mules in all parts of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 19 January 1911

M arshal 's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of the town of Cln.v Ct!j . Ky , iin.i Collector T Mu nicipal taxes tor said city, 1 wilt on Saturday, February 11, 1011, at the School House door, iu said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. pro ceed to sell for cash in hand, the following real estate in said city or so rnuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax duo tfiid city and graded school dis trict, together with all costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannie B. , adjoin ing-Noah Anderson, for the year 1908, 8 Andorson, Geo. W. Jr., ad 2. GO joining Matt Coulee, for the year 1908, Alford, Geo. VM adjoining Mandy Payne, for the year 1908, Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 1908, 1909 and 1910, 10.05 2.G3 11.30 Hurgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 Burgher, II. G., udjoining 6. M. -Derickson, for 1908 and 1909, Burgher, W. R., adjoining C. Bowman, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, Bellis, J. T., adjoinin...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1911

0. HO THE CLAY ;piTY TIMES. 1.00 d Year In Advance We are here to help Clay dift Sorroooding Coaotrj and Onrselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. 191 1 NO. 4 V Surprise Birthday Dinner. One nmong the oldest and most beloved citizens of Powell coun ty, "uncle" Wesley Garrett, on the 18th inst. celebrated his 83rd birthday nt his home in Old Clay City on Wednesday, January 18, 1911. Those prcsont were : Mr. and Mrs. Eli Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Garrett, Mrs. Bunion Fhillips and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rose, Virgil Rose, Miss Helen French, Mrs. Lou Fork ner, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rose, Mr. John Whicker, and Mr. Gab 'bard. They all met by a secret understanding, all loaded with good and choice things to eat, and showed uncle Wesley in an exceedingly kind manner that they were keeping track of him. All spent a jolly day a left nncle "Wesley too full for speech. May ho see many more such events. Beautiful Free B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1911

THE TIMES. I'L'IIMSIIED KVKlir T1IUK8DAY. Subscription rates SI a year or three Tears in advance S3. J. E. Hurglicr, I'ublishcr. Entered as second-class mail matter, Thursday, Jan. JG, 1911 CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub gcribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned : -The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 ti Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 . In an adjoining county the Board of Supervisors raised some real estate of u non-resident to $1500. The land which they raised to $1500 had been bought for $700 but a short time before and could have been bought from the presest owner any day for $1,000 but the Board was smart (?) you know and must do some thing. We see no need of spend ing money lor nn assessment in the county any more, and why ask a property owner what he lias and what it is worth? The Board of Supervisors will take care of that and raise you, there by saying you have lied about your prop...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAFRR. THURSDAY, - Jan. 2(5, 3011. LOCAL BREVITIES. 'Simon Wills, of Oamnrgo, is with friends near the city. George P. Burke, the Kosslyn miller, was in tlio city yesterday. '85 00 Silk Petticoats during De cember for 83 50 at Mrs. Williams'. G. P. Douglas, of Levee, Rave our office an agreeable call Tues day. r Mrs. S. T. Hall, of Stanton, sp'e,nt Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Shimfessol. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Strander Merrill, Tuesday, January 24. Your last wintir underwear may not be heavy enough, see us beforo buying. Mrs. J. W. Williams. t ,Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Coulee, of Mt. Sterling, visited Dr. and Mrs. Martin the first of the week. John W. Oonleo, of Mt. Ster ling, was the gucstof his daugh ter, Mrs. Wm. O. Martin a Tew days the first of the week. - Prof. E. O. Fox, principal the Winchester city schools commit ted suicide.Tuesday evening af: tor school hours by bringing. What Can We Say More than if you a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 26 January 1911

Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of the town of Clay City Ky., and Collector of Mu nicipal tuxes for said city, I will oa Saturday, February 11, 1011, ;t the School House door, in said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. pro ceed to sell for casli in hand, the following real estate in said city or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax due fi.iid city and graded school dis trict, together with all costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannio B. , adjoin ing Noah Anderson , for the year l!)08, 8 2.00 Anderson, Geo. W. Jr., ad joining Matt Conlee, for the year 1908, 10.05 Alford, Geo. W., adjoining Mandy Payne, for the year 1908, 2.03 Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 1908, 1009 and 1910, 11.30 Kurgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.02 Burgher, II. G., adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 and 1009, 9.37 Burgher, V. K., adjoining ( Bowman, for 100S, 1909 nrl 1010, 8.77 Bellis, J. T.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1911

( THE CLAY fCITY TIMES. i.oo a Year in Advanc;. We are here to help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XrI. CLAY CITY, KY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. J9I1. XO. b . Will Run an Agricultural Train. Following tho example of a number of Western agricultural institutions, the College of Agri culture of State University lias decided, in co-operation with the Southern railroad, to run an ag ricultural demonstration train over tho lines of that system in Kentucky, beginning March G, and continuing one week. The train will make about twenty five stops on the trip, each stop lasting one hour, during which time the farmers in that section are invired to come on board and witness several scientific demon strations and hear short lectures on agricultural topics. Effect of Good Roads. The Oouuty Board of Equaliza tion of Allen county has adjourn ed. It placed the assessed valu ation of the cdtmty at $2,511,744, an increase of -"$203,744 over last year. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1911

THE TIMES. rUBLISIIKO KVKKY THUKSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S3. .1. 15. Burgher, l'ubllshcr. Entered as second-elnss mall matter. Thursday, - Feb. 2, 1911, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : Tire Timks and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Dose of Thler Own Medicine. Brigham Roberts, a polygamist ,I)einocrat was elected to the Fif ry-Sixth Congress, but by a vote of 804 to 32 was not allowed a scat. The majority of the thou Democroatic members voting with the Republicans to unseat him. The charge was against Roberts' morals. Taking this case as a precedent, Representa tive Macon, of Arkansas will ob ject to Caleb Powers being sworn into oflice. His contention will be that Powers litis four times and every time he was tried, been convicted of wilful murder and was pardoned by a partisan Gov eino...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1911

N THE TIMES. AN ALL IlOMK-MADE I'AFKR. TIIUItSDAY Feb. 2, J01J. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Is tlie best eye remedy ever offered tlie public. It is it snow white oint ment painless, harmless and abso lutely guaranteed to cure. At all dealers. 25c a tube. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie citv Council will meet in regular session tomorrow night W. G. Trtrick. of Wilmorc, is here and in the county on a busi ucss mission. Miss Recce Sliinifessel spent a few davs this week with her sis ter, Mrs. S. T. Hull at Stanton. D. H. Sinclair, of this city sue ceeds 0. 0. Flynn as depot agent at Winchester, and has taken charge. Women's prayer meeting ser vices will be held pt the homo of Mrs. Kate Bloom next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Emerson Conlee, of Mt. Sterling visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bowman near the city this week. Mrs. J? red bmetbers who was operated ou at Lexington recent Yv for appendicitis was able to return home Thursday. Asthma Ih a disease. Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar- Honey relieves almost ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 2 February 1911

4 'V ' " Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of tho town of Olay City, Ky., and Collector of Mu nicipal tuxes tor sum cily, I will on Saturday, February 11, 1911, at tho School Bouse door, in said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. pro ceed to sell for cash iu hand, the following real estate in said city or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho tax due said city and graded school dis trict, together with nil costs and penalties to be later added, as follows: Anderson, Nannie B., adjoin ing Noah Anderson, for the year 1008, 8 2.G0 Anderson, Geo. T. Jr., ad joining Matt Conlee, for the year 1908, 10.05 Alford, Geo. W., adjoining Mandy Payne, for tho year 1908, 2.C3 Adams, V. T., adjoining Ben Hiloy, for the years 1908, 1009 and 1910, 11.3C Burgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.C2 Burgher, H.G , adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 and 1D09, 9.37 Burgher, W. R., adjoining C. Bowman, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 8.77 Bellis, J. T....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1911

CLAY CITY TIMES I . ; .1 81.00 a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City, tlfsorroanJing Country anJ Oarsclves. .1. E- IJurghcr, 1'ublishcr. . . 4 vol xa To be Better off Next Year. Our advice to formers is to raise more sheep, more cattle, more hogs, more clover, more cow peas, more rape, and less corn, less timothy hay and no to bacco at a II. The good wife, ot course, will do her part in rais in p; chickens, turkeys and ducks and making plenty of butter to use and sell, and we guarantee all farmers who here take our advice and live economically, savingly, dutifully, and in loving remembrance of their Creator and their life helpmate, they will be far better ofF next Thanksgiv ing day than they have been ev er before at this time of the year. Try it. Inspects New Purchase. Milton H. Smith, of Louisville, president of the Louisville and Nashville railroad in his special "train went over the L. & E. Monday. Mr. Smith expressed himself as being -well pleased with the recent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1911

THE TIMES. rUIIMSUKI) KVKltV TllL'ltSDAY. Subscription rates SI a J ear or three vivir in nilvance .1. 15. lJuryhcr, l'ublishcr. Knterod as sccond-cliisa mail mutter. Thursday, - Feb. 0, 1911 CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club r;uen with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer . 1.10 ' Louisville Commercial 75 ' Home and Farm 75 -Teddy made the platform for his side iiioii seiMiieU so very, very imr, And spoke to voters far and wide Till his chin music filled the air. Teddy nhnutcd loud, "Believe my worn," And it pleased the autocratic. But everywhere tlintTcddy was heard nicy voteu Democratic. Tlie Republicans of Kentucky are tickled to death over the way the Democrats are wrangling vcr t ho campaign in the Demo cratic stale primary. Members of the party who are resorting to such unsavory abuse of the can didates they are not for, are only weakenini: their other man if nominat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1911

ii. TH-E TIMES. AN ALL IIOMK-MADG I'AFKR. THURSDAY, .... Feb. t), 1011. LOCAL BREVITIES. Bluford Welch, of Stanton, lias .moved to Ladoga, Iml. A branch railroad is to be built this summer from Yale, Bath county to Frenchburg. Asa Burgher, who has been iu Columbus, Ohio the past few months, has returned to Clay City. The Powell County Medical Association met at Stanton Mon day. The doctors from this city were all in attendance. The last allotment of public school money will bo due Satur day though it is hardly expected to be on hand promptly. Win. Evans was here the last of the week aud bought from va rious parties over one hundred head of hogs at seven sents. ' Asthma In a disease. Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar- Honey relieves almost instantly We guarantee it to give satisfac tion. Charlie Welch who moved to Bourbon county last year hus moved back to his farm near this city. Wo extend a most hearty welcome to Mr. 'Welch and his family. A subscriber to the Iowa Falls Sentinel subscribed and pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 9 February 1911

Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of the town of Clay Oiry, Ky , and Collector of Mu nicipal tuxes lor said city, 1 will on Saturday, February 11, 1011, kI the School House door, 1:1 said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. pro ceed to sell for cash in hand, the following real estato in said city or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax due It lid city and graded school dis trict, together with nil costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannie B. , adjoin ing Noah Anderson, for the year 1008, 8 2.G0 Auderson, Geo. V. Jr., ad joining Matt Conlee, for the year 190S, 10.05 Alford, Geo. W, adjoining 4 Mandy Payne, for the year 1908, 2.03 Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 1908, 1909 and 1910, 11.3G Burgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.02 Burgher, II. G., adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 and 1909. 9.37 'Burgher, W. It., udjoining C. Bowman, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 8.77 Bellis, J....

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1911

r THE CLAY CITY TIMES SI. 00 a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay City, "tlu Surronnling Country and Oorselves. J. E. Ilunjticr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. OLAY CITY, KX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY )6. J9II. NO. 7 4 t Garden time will soon be Into, But you need not plow nor dig Turn your garden out to the commons Aiid'lt will bd-nromntly plowed by the pesky pig. ' m Kentucky not Affected. While there has been great complaint of a falling off of bank deposits over the country, the State of Kentucky and the city of Louisville uro not affected in that way,.according to a report of the Comptroller of Currency, made public today, and based upon figures of the last bank call. The individual deposits both of Louisville national banks and banks .outside of Louisville show n large and gratifying gain dur ing the last year, the account of individual deposits standing as follows: Louisville national banks, 1910, $17,172,107,68, 1911, $17,879, 395.52. Kentucky national banks out side of Louisville, 191...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1911

THE TIMES. rUIJLlSHED EVKlir TUUK3DAT. Subscription rates $ 1 a j ear or three years in advance $3. J. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. Entered as second-class mail matter. Thursday, - - Feb. 1G, 1911 CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub acribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices lielow mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer. 1.10 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 76 it (i The ship subsidy bill put through the Seuate last week is nothing but simple stealing from he poor to give t.o the. rich, with up pretense of disguise or denial. ,lt had the support of Taft and won by the vote of Vice Presi dent Sherman on a tie .-vote of Hie Senate. With' no" exception (lie Democrats voted solidly a gainst it. One Democrat-Sena for, Watson, of West. Virginia. tailed to be present and vote with his party at the proper time nd he is being fairly roasted by lus party. Several Insurgent Uepublicans voted with the Dem ocrats. W. A. Dodswor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, .... Fob. 10, 1011. LOCAL- BREVITIES. Wo are under obligations to Mr. W. W. Wilson, formerly of tliis city for n copy of the Pine ville Sun giving a detailed nc: count.of tlie lianjrinfr of the rnpist James White together with a history of his crime all f till v il-ltiptruted. Help Wanted For that cough. Get a bottle of Dr. Hell's Pine-Tnr Honey. It is the best. Prcachw-s at Hazel Green. Rev. Mr.Doggett, superintend ent of the Clay City Orphanage, 1 ,i li. F. Hatton, of Winchester, is here on business. Mrs. A. T. Whitt is visiting friends in Winchester. Mike Wilson, of Camargo, was here yesterday buying cattle. Grover and Bert Harnett, of Mt. Sterling are here on busi ness. S. R. Curtis sold a pair of horse mules to Chas. Rupnrd for 8275.00. Dr. J. H. Stamper, an expert optician from Lexington was here Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams, spent a few days with Elder L. J Reynolds nei:r Paris, Ky. the tirst of the week. Asth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 February 1911

j -?r. ' 4 NEW BRA FARMER. A page Devoted to the Special Interests of our Farmer Readers. A New Feature Adden. For some time v:o have been com oinpltu my; i ne iiiimiiig oi' a special piitie luvotel to the in terests of our fanners. The up lift of the county ns it occurs to . now must come through the agricultural resources. Ourtini I r is practically gone and in u I' -w years our present large saw i lilling interests must subside. We have no mineral wealth to yet speak of, so we must revert to the farm as our source of wealth. This is the best, and, nil ia all, the pleasanfest and most wire way of gaining a livelihood. And since we must make our liv ing from the farm why not use t ne best methods of getting it from the soil? Vou, reader, have doubtless read much about scientific farm ing, but few of our subscribers know yet what the principles of bcientific farming is. At any lute it is different in our part of she State to that taught in other parts of the State. We have a moro se...

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