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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1911

I"- CLAYfCITY TIMES THE B ' , "jf ,, t, , f 1.1)1) Year In Advanc. We are here lo help Clay ' Sorronniing Coantry and Oarselves. .1. E. I5ttrgbcr, Publisher. VOL XVT, QLAY CITY, KF4,JgjiURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1011. NO. 8 Hp To Moke Platform. Tlio nniioiiccmcut that tlic State Executive Committee will call a convention, after the pri mary, for the purpose of formu lating n platform for the party in t lie coming campaign is right enough hut it is somewhat on the reverse order of things. It is putting the platform on the candidate instead of the candi date on the platform, but it is nil right. It will dispose of the cry sure to be raised by the op position that the Democratic par ty, notwithstanding recent sweep ing victories, is a dumb animal und .afraid to express its senti ments. Owensboro Messenger. Fiscal Court Meets. The Fiscal court met in called session Monday and directed the County attorney to bring suit a piinst Wm. Bowon, Jr. ex-sheriff and Thos. Boone ex-Bheriii and their bo...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1911

THE TIMES. PUHMSIIKD EVEKtf T11UU8DAV. .Subscription rates 81 a year or three vonrs in advance 82. .1. 15. IJiirnhcr, l'ulilishcr. Entered ns second-clnss mull innttcr. Thursday, - - - - Feb !:J, 1911, CLUB llATES: For the convenience of our sub scribers, wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : TJio Times ami "Courier-Journal 1.00 . " Cincinnati inquirer 1.10 ' Louisville Commercial 75 " Home and Farm 75 The Fiscal court of l'owell cdunty is to bo commended for it's prompt notion in its effort to save v hat money is coming to it now alleged to be in the hands of the ox-sherilt's. "'Tax payers of the county are getting tired of always paying in money and then getHng nothing in return. Whatever these men owe the county it should be col lected and thuf at the earliest moment. The Tunes believes in every man being brought to ac count be he a Democratic olHcial or a Republican oflicial. After election timo h over tliev all look nliWe to us. No oi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL. HOMEMADE PAPER. THURSDAY, .... Feb. 23, 1011. "local brevities. Now for the ground hog winter ho hasn't failed altogether yet. - J Dori8"T. Mize. of Louisville, carao in Sunday for a short visit to friends. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heflin, of Clark county, Thurs day, Feb. l(Jth, a daughter. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eaton of this city on the 18th. R. V. Garrett sold to John W. Williams about 20 cattle shotes at 7 cents to be weighed the 1st of Mtych. TheEstill Springs Hotel at Ir vine was sold last week at Com missioner's sale for $10,000 to L, C. Riddell. Richard McKinYiey, of Union Hull, visiting his uncle, R. W. Garrett, near the city Satur day and Sunday. Asthma I a disease. Dr Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey . 'relieves -almost, instantly. We guarantee it to give satisfaction. Richmond will vote on the question of local option March 8rd. The wets are using every effort to carry the-city. Omer Slimp went to Lexington last week an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 February 1911

WSES NEW ERA EAJRMER, A page Devoted to the Special Interests of our Farmer Readers. Farm Literature. Kvery farmr should jrt all the literature possible as when prop erly studied and conservatively applied it brings j;rcat profit to ruralists. There should be in every farm homo some work of reliable authority on farming, no less than one weekly and several monthly and semi-monthly agri cultural papers. Every profes sion and business has a line of publications suited to their dif ferent requirements and others read them liberally and keep posted on current events which are so important to their success. The farmer is no exception and the most snccessful farmers are the ones that read inost about their business and give it a great deal of study. There are a number of bulle tins issued by the Department of Agriculture which ""may be had free of cost by applying to the Department. The editor will be pleased to give any advice about the bulletins you may desire and give you the number of...

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

0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help Ciay City.thsarronniliig Country and Ourselves. .1. C. FJurrjher. 1'ublishcr. no. y .VOL. XrI. OLA 7 0IT7, KY., THURSDAY, MAItGIl 2. iOll. if' Died In Indiana. Enoch Spry was born in Estill county, Ky., Dec. 24, 1880; Died at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Eliza Eight, Fair Oaks, Ind. Fob. 19, 1011, aged 80 years. He Avas u son of John nnd Melvina J. Spry, nnd one of nine children, 4. boys and five girls. He was married to Mary Burton in the year 1850 and moved to Kanka kee, III. in the full of 1855 with Win, and Mart Burton's fnimlies being six weeks on the road. He moved to Beaver Lake, Ind. in 1807. Three children were born to this union Eliza and Elizabeth, who died at 11 years old, and William B now of South Dako ta, and Annio an adopted daugh ter. Mrs. Syry died. Aug. 01, 1894. Burial in the Lake Village cem etery beside his wife in the fam ily lot after appropriate funeral services Feb. 22, 1911. J. 3. Duughe...

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

THE TIMES. I'UIIMSIIED KVKUV TIIUKSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three T.-jrc in 'itdvancv'SS. -tea .1. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. lintered as second-class mail matter. Thursday, Mar. lull CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub ecribore, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 00 ' Home and Farm 75 " It land Farmer 1.00 " American Farmpr 90 l Southern Agriculturist 75 Waltersville. Mr. W. F. Patton h very low at this writing. Mr. Strawder Merril is selling out for to fro to Indana to reeido Mr. Turner Smith and familv visited Mr. Milt Potts and fami ly Sunday. v Mrs. Sarah Adams and Mrs. Toinpie Todd visited Mrs. Paul Tipton 'luesduy. Mrs. Oallio Alexander, of this place has moved to the Cason farm on Black creek. Misses Sallie Patton and Net tie and ballieJTodd visited Mits htella demons Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smethers spent rhe d iy with Mr. and...

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

THE "TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. TnUKSDAY, Mar. 2, 1011. LOCAL BREVITIES. Regular meoting of the City Council Friday night. Mrs. Paul Tipton is very sick at her home near the city. Claude Todd was visiting in Winchester the first of the week. Mrs. W. F. Barnett- is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lennie Crow, a,t Hays. Miss Carrie Tipton, of Win chester, is visiting relatives in the city. For Croup 'Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is the best known remedy. Do not ex periment get the genuine Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta'-Honey. Louie Bradley, of Sardis, Miss, was here the last of the week visiting and on business. Mrs. S. T. Hall, of Stanton, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Shimfessel this wee"k. Giounu hog weather has the swing again. Now if he will on ly know when his time comes to quit. The Colds That Hang on Ar readily curde by Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It relieves the cold and cti)p8 the cough. There is only one genuine. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conlee, of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives in the ...

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

U i '.A s. Where Prohibition Prohibits. The Kansas State Prohibitory Law went into effect May, 1881. For over twenty-'six years the neoplo of a State 400 miles Ion" the brewers broufjt suit against tlie State to recover compensa tion. In a test ease they lost their suit, and the United States Supreme Court declared them and '-'00 miles wide have lived un-. ,,t entitled to recover da der a law which makes it a fel tit v ' "" iiH urf li'itl "fit in to.icntiti liquor as a beverage. The results of this law may be summoned up as follows: (1( Prohibition is a success o ver the entire' State. That is. the liLv is enforced and obeyed in iiveixths of the State as unj other law. (2) Any liquor business in the State is criminal, and is so re ptrded by the people. The li quor dealer has no social, relig ious or political stuudiri: in the eoinniunitv (8) Whe i fh l.iw i passed mages, and they never received n I'Pti: y. (1) Phohibition has reduced pauperism to a minimum Kan sas has fewer than 1,5...

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

(D til 4 HP T-TTr T TIMES -Si:00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay City, the SirronnJiog Conolry and Ourselves. !. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. MARCH 9. JOll. NO. JO CLAY Railroad Extension. The whistling wind is whisper ing that the Louisville and Nash ville system linving absorbed the L & E. railroad and failed in their attempt, to buy the Ohio & Kentucky will at once push the Mountain Central through Hazel Green to Helechawa and extend the system so as to defeat the ends of the road they have failed to buy. The L. & N. may ex tend the Mountain Central through, and connect with the Norfolk & Western or get a con necting line at Pikeville. John Day, - president of the Motntain Central, engineered the deal by which the ;L. & N acquired the L. & E. and it is learned that he is now with the L. & N. on the last mentioned deal. He and his brother, Floyd, own the Moun tain Central and it is believed John will do all he c...

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

THE TIMES. rOllLISIIKD EVKItV THURSDAY. Subscrlphonratee 81 a year or three veare'in r(lvunce$2. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. , Entered ns second-clnss mnll matter. Thursday, Mar. !), ,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 $1.00 ." " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 00 " Home and Farm 75 " Inland Farmer 1.00 - " American Farmer 90 u Southern Agriculturist 75 The State Board of Equalization. The State Board of Erjualiza tion will soon be at work raising such poor counties as Powell a- bout 20 per cent, and this too af ter the County Bourd of Super visors has passed on every indi vidual tax payer of the county. At the same time let big Blue grass counties go without cgange. n Powell when there is a sale of re"al estate the consideration is always given and the purchaser 19 required to list it at 80 per cint. and frepuently it is raised in excess ...

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

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE I'APKR. THURSDAY,' .... Mar. 1), 11)11. LOCAL BREVITIES. . Mrs. (Jlurkson will conduct bihle services at the Methodist church Sunday flight. John A. Noal, who moved to Clark county two years ago, hns moved back to Powell. March has come, get ready to sow your oats and grass, plant potatoes and set hens. The Ladies prayer meeting ser vices will bte hold at the Central Hotel Friday afternoon. A million dollar tobacco facto ry for Richmond is one of the now projects for this hustling city. Ileavy rains the first of the week have put the river up to a good tide and much timber is be ing iloated to market. For Croup Dr. Bell's Piue-Tur-Honey is the beat known remedy. Do not ex perimentget the genuine Dr. Bellle Pine-Tar-Honey, John Creed caught a wild cat on Oanexcrcek Monday and brought him to this city whore it was sold to Thos. Edge for $5 00. Joe Burgher, a native of this county, has sold out in MadiBou county and will start for Wimau ina, Florida tomorrow...

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

ii'.'-'' Cashj 'FACTORY PHOFIT-SHARINQ PIANO CLUB. Join My Piano Ghtbm -8aro all soiling pxpmite as well as Jobbers', ilonlors' amt solicitors' profit. Retail Prtoe. S27B.OO S32B.OO - l,f Mako: you a mombor sends a piano to your homo and savos you tho mlddlomen's profit. Sorid In tho coupon today. .HOME Club Price. S17E.OO S22S.DO ..p-;s.oo 'aaHw?s FACTORY I JiisB8BIJMIi Kfi'2 'B'BBBUBJB E;::I"!N"UBwbuu A WEEK still neater reduction b: coupon plan. Call or mil jiianatory Doouet at once, S33S?aBLiE-swrsffi.' Tlnrv fmm Vorlnnr ITlehpstnuaHtr. unlimited canrantee. tufactlon or "money refunded. A 'jZ fW Koops up your duos and In caso of doath eIvob vou rocolot r . . - m In full for your AyA piano. Term lets than t'&JFF s s rtntal. our for ex- F. 0. EVANS PIANO CO. Ninth and Locutt, Oct Moines, la. v?r?f'5ffe':-; I prove. VV before yoa buy II i-.C?V. I don't, ehlp my fS'.-'i Tj organ back at my yr -yVv FREE 2S2Lk2SS 30 DAYS TRIAL HOT ONE BED CENT IN ADVANCE. From My Factory Direct to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 16 March 1911

rot THE GLAY "Y TIMES. $1.00 a Year ia Advance. We are here to help Clay City.jie Snrroondiog Coontry and Ourselves. 1. B- Bnrgbcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. MARCH JG, J9I1. NO. J J ten THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Hospitals For 'Advanced CaM. By DR. WILLIAM H. WELCIL It la not so easy to say exact ly what baa bCcn responsible for this progressive diminution In the amount of tuberculosis, but Kocb In Germany and Arthur Ncwshofme. the best vital statis tician in English speaking coun- tries, came to tbo conclusion that the factor that has done the most Is what is called Institu tional segregation. That means the Isolation of patients with tu berculosis, so for as la possible, in Institutions. That nbould be emphasized today as the central feature of the campaign against tuberculosis, and the great need In this country Is a supply of suitable hospitals for these cases of advanced tuberculosis. Effect of Bad Roads. Wo are next-door neigebors to Louisville, the biggest c...

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

THE TIMES. .rUULlSlIEU KVKUY T1IUK8UAY. Subscription rates $1 a year or three yearn in nrlvnncc 82. J. lit Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clnss mnil matter. Thursday, - Mur. 10, 1011. , CLUB RATES. For thti convenience of our sub goriberi), we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : TJje Times anil Courier-Journal 1.00 " Cincinnati rJnquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 " It land Farmer 1:00 " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 Senator Root, of New York, a "trust tool" had to dig up the "race question" in discussing f hf proposed amendment of the Con Ktitution, for the election of U. f. Senators by the people, instead of by State Legislatures where corruption has become so prevn lent the candidate with thebi .gesi ''barrel" usually cetting the Senatorship if it is a Republican legislature. Root cannot point but a single southern state in which a millionaire has ever boUp!.! a bu..i.i.jr?hip, such n Mark Ilanni...

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

THE TIMES. AN -ALL HOMK'MADB PAFKR. THURSDAY, Mar. 10, 101.1. UltEVITJES.. For Rent Good residency in the eastern portion of the city. Apply ut thia ofllce. Mr.' and Mrs. Dillnrd Estes, of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives near the city this week. Mrs. R. A. Irvin who litis been visiting friends nt Shelbyville for several weeks has returned home. . Xlio Ladies prayer meeting ser vices will be held in the home of Mrs. Sam Oarr next Tuesday af-tornoorr." For Sale Desirable residence with two acres of land in central portion of the city. Apply at this oHice. See advertisement of a valua ble Montgomery county farm sale and renting on the last page of this issue. For Croup Dr. Unit's Pine-Tar-Honey is the "best known remedy. Do not ex perimented the genuine Dr. Bell's Pine-To-Honey. W. E. Heflin, of Olark county, was here last week and bought lumber to build a .new house on his place. Robert Olark, representing Al lan and Murphy, of Winchester, was 'in the city Friday on a business- missio...

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

Making Hood Roads. The Clay City and SpoutSpring Good Roads Association is mak ing somo headway in improving their road. -.The fill on Plum creek hill which will eliminate the steepest part of the hill and muke it a good easy pull is about one-half completed. Every one speaks of the good work with tho greatest of praise. This work if done by the county would have cost no less than $!K)0 besides the pike which will bo built on the Gil, but as it is, it will not cost the county one cent, and those doing the work will feel amply ropnid for their trouble. GOOD KOADS ASSOCIATION NOTKS. Klder Geo. W. Mcintosh still insists on whatever we do doing it right before we quit. T. S. McKinney, overseer of the Estill section has fixed the worst mud hole on his road. Some of those who taavel it most have not yet shown up to work but we think they will later. Overseer Geo. W. I'asley is putting Phillips hill in the best condition it was ever known to be before. , Many who promised to help have not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 March 1911

THE .L A Y CIT Y i TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advanw. Wc in here to help Clay City, the Sirroiuiing Country and Ourselves. .1. 1'. Uurgher, I'liMi'shcr. NO. J" VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY,. THURSDAY, MARCH 23. H. GOOD ROADS BILL. Extracts from the Proposed Bill as In dorsed by Good Roads fleeting. There shall be a tax levy, not to exceed five cents on the $100 of the assessable property of Kentucky for the purpose of aid ing the several counties in the building of metal roads. No county shall receive State aid for the building of metal roads in the said county until the Fiscal Court of said county shall make application for same to the Highway Commissioner. That the State shall pay not less than one'third nor more than one half in the discretion of the Commission for the cost of con struction of said metal highways and the county shall pay the re mainder. No countv, under this Act, shall be entitled in any one year to over two per cent, fo the total amount collected in the State for the roa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 March 1911

THE TIMES. PUIILISIIED EVEltV TUUKSDAY. Subscription rates 81 it jeur or three years in advance 82. J.. B. ISurghcr, Publisher. Entered as second-class mail mutter. Thursday, Alar 23, 1911 CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub-sc-Yibers, we have arranged club raten with the following papers at prices below mentioned The' Am i i.mi;h ami Conrier-.liniriml Mncinnati Knquirer Louisville lleruld Momeanrl Farm I' lurid Farmer American Fanner 1.0( I 10 on 1.00 no iitlcrn Agriculturist 7n Vh Irtil a talk with .Indue Ilarjlwjck recently in which it v;i e.iilv learned that hp is a .great advocate of good roads and trntv-'lv indorses the plan of the Times Mi organize Good Roads A-"iciifi(iiis, the motive of which is t.ii enter into sietive road build ing. He said when thp eountv received I J i - nionev now due it it would be to pay every old claio'i except, the bridge claims and fit ii r if would then bp able to spen?l ,$0 cents on each hundred dollars of taxable propprtv in the eountv i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 March 1911

TI-tE TIMES. AN ALL- IIOMK-MADE 1'APKR. TIIUKSDAY, Mar. 1!J, 1011. LOCAL BilEVITrKS. Fred Tfpton and fnimly, of Ford, aro visiting Eld. A. tas ter. ' ' Born in tin's city Monday, March 20 th to Mrs. J. K. Howard a son. Mrs. -Olnrkson will deliver a lecture at Methodist church Sun day night. Oat sowing and plowing for corn is occupying the farmers at tention ju8ti,itow. Mrs. Simpson, of Grab Orch ard, Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. G. White. The Swann-Day planing tnill.it closed down this week for some necessary repairs. Dave Rose had mother severe attack of heart, trouble Sunday night but soon rallied. For Croup Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-IIoney is the best known remedy. Do not ex-i pL'rimentgt the genuine Dr. Bull's Fiue-Tar.JJoney Tho infant clnld ot John Fra zier died on Beech Fork, March 18th of BpinaJj,v?iiingitiB. That-the'liehing season is horn Tuesday, March 21st, the al uuinuc tolls us Spring began. Tt was certainly n day fitting of tho name a Spring d ly. 300,000 Tubes Of S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 23 March 1911

V' WJWA Cash! FACTORY PROFIT-SHiHINO PIANO CLUI. Join My Piano Ohtb. Save all soiling expense a well an Jobber', 4 dealers' anil solicitors' profit. FACTORY Retail Price. S27B.OO !K(32n OO Make! you a member sends a piano to your home and saves you the middlemen's profit. Olub Price. SI7S.OO sepp.no Send In the coupon today. WBmWBmmr wwnr irm Keeps up your and In case of death I gives you receipt f in run for your . piano. Sf-Af Tanns lets Dim .'A"? rental. jr.r HOME satisfaction or money reiun ed. A '? rTtr still sreater redaction bv uslnc oar - V n-i? , coupon plan. Call or write for ex- fA'& planatory booklet at once. 1 0. EVANS PICT CO.,- f!n'.!i and tocust. Oes Mel h. ff M tV r? . r Selfishness on tho part of the individual and enviousness on t lie part of his neighbor hns kept more of our talented people down than nil other causes. Twenty thousand soldiers to Mexico. Chump Clark"' refuses to wear either a crown or gum shoes. Mr, Roosevelt is also conduct in!; maneuvers in ...

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