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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 March 1911

THE CLAY TIMES. i. 00 a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Cityfse Sarroanding Country and Ourselves .1. R. ISitrgltcr. I'lililUher. NO. IS VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY.,iBtJ4lSDAY, MARCH 30. JO! I. ITY IV- Printers and the Tariff. An exchange) thinks Uncle Sam ia 'not "toting fiiir"with the print erg generally. N Besides formulat ing stringent rules on postiige and making the govcrment a direct competitor with every job-printing plant in the country in the business of printing private en velopes, the printers are highly tarifl'-taxed on the material and machinery used by them. First and foremost is the high tariff tax on wood pulp, paper and cardboacdand the products there of. The abolition of this tarilt' tax would check the enormous drain novfbeing made on the rapidly increasing prices being exacted by the paper trust. Linotype, typecasting and type setting machines, and parts there of, are tariff taxed J50 per cent. Since none are imported and no revenue igderived therefrom, th...

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. — 30 March 1911

THE TIMES. ronusnnD eveiiy thuksday. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance 82. 1- E. liurghcr, Publisher. Entered ns second-class mnll mntter. Thursday, Mar. 30, 1911. CLUB RATES. For tlio convenience of our Bub scrihers, we have' arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 (C it (i Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 Louisvillo Herald 90 Home and Farm Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer !)0 Southern Agriculturist 75 The sensational indictment of 210 persons for voto soiling in Floyd county, Ky. is attracting State-wide comment. The price ranging from !f! 00 to $10 00 per vote. All classes of citizens are included in the list, and Com monwealth's attorney May says more indictments will be niauV at the June term. The votes it seems wore sold in the hist Con gressional race, thoiinh some are or the 15)00 election. May the wave of investigation extend all over the Stale, and we believe it will, by releasing the buye...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 March 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, Mar. 80, 1911. LOO A U BREVITIES. S. R. Russell, of Irvine, was in the city Saturday. Attorney Hugh Jiiddell was here Thursday from Irvine. Quito a number of our people were in attendance at Winches ter court Monday. The gross revenue of the Amer ican Bell Telophone Company in 15)10 was $105,000,000. For Croup Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-Honoy is the best known remedy. Do not ex periment get the genuine Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Judire T. J. Fletcher visited his sister, Ann E. Barnett in Montgomery county three days this week. Grover Barnett, who has been in the Lexington hospital, has sulliciently recovered as to be out again. The Colds That Hang on Are readily curde by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It relieves the cold and stops the couch. There is only one genuine. R. D. Ramsey, well known to inany of our people, has bought the plant of the Winchester co verall Co. and will begin opera tion at once. J. N. Burgher and S. R. Cur tis were called to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 30 March 1911

Join My Piano Club. Save nil Helling rM-ni a well nit Joliliers', dealers' uml solicitors' profit. Retail Price. Club Price. $275.00 $172.00 $820.00 S2B2.BO $370.00 $248.00 S4DO.OO $28B.0O Makes you a mombor I FACTORY Casl MiwsitiBSia 1 ii awBuyuaDau '""kjunliWunDn sonds a piano to your homo and savos you tho mldd lemon's profit. Send in tho coupon today HOME -uJi tin nii-pn i ti i n Jim v 'mm 'ii r ip fir "A WEEK ' j Koops up your duos Jl and In casa of death and In caso of doath glvos you rccolpt In full for your piano. i i crms less man - x t f rental. nlchcst aualltr. unlimited coaranteo. y.?y satisfaction or money refunded. A till irreatcr redaction by mini our Kerf coupon plan, tail or write for ex- Jor-sr pianaiory Dooiuei at once. , - s 0. EVANS PIANO Uri M ANUFACTURFRS FREE Yoiir rgan 30 DAYS TRIAL NOT ONE RED CENT IN ADVANCE. From My Factory Direct to you. saves J35 to 50.) I'll nrova this beyond the shadow of a doubt If you will let me ship you one of my Adler Organs on f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 April 1911

THE CLAY 'CITY TIMES. We arc here to help Clay City; fi SorroDnJing Country and Ourselves. 81.00 a Year ia Advance. .1. E. liurqbcr. Publisher. CLAY CITY, KLY., tIuRSDAY. APRIL 0. 1911. VOL XVI. NO. J I 1 5 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK We had occasion to publish in a recent issue, a copy of the statement, of the Clay City Na tional Bank-, as of March 7th, 1011, made at. the instance of the Comptroller of the Currency. We intended at the time to make some comments on same, but the lack of time and space prevented. As we have often times said, the Clay City Tinifj is here to help the town, the County, the State and itself; and in doing so, it is our pleasure to refer to this institution and its able and progressive manage ment, as one of the staid and useful assets of the people and the town. This institution was organized in 1889, under a charter granted by the United States govern ment, as provided for in the Na tional Bank Act. At that time, banking institutions in the moun tain section...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 April 1911

THE TIMES l'UJULISUED EVKHT T1I0U3DAV. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years, in advance I. B. Uurghcr, I'ublisher. Entered as necond-class mail matter, Thursday, April 0, 1911 CLUB RATES. For tbe convenience of our sub ecribers, we have arranged club rates with tlio following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 Wc are authoriled to announce H. G. GARHEIT, fit Clark county, as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this the Third Kentucky District, dUDject to the action or the Kepubli can party. in this issue appears the an- nouncenient of H. G. Garrett for liuilroad Commissioner in this dis trict. This the Third District, is largely Republican and a Republi can will be elected as has always been done before. This being the cabe, we want Green Garrett to win the nomination. Not solely be i-auso ho is an ex-l'owell c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 April 1911

IMUIIiMTffl THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, April 0, 1011. Mrs. Rose mother of S. D. Rose is very sick. W. S.' Roberts has been quite ill of stomach trouble. Saturday was April Fool and many it was that got caught. The Fiscal court was in session Tuesday and Wednesday looking after the claims of the cauuty. A freight and passenger auto mobile line is to be established betweeu Lexington and Rich mond. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conleo, of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives in and near the city a few days this week. Tell Your neighbors When in need of a cough medicine to use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It is the best. Look for the bell on the, Bottle. April is hero and so are the A pril showers. This is also the month in which the school cen sus is-made. Frank B. Russell, of Louis ville, Chas. Scott and J. B. Hall, of Lexington were in the city Monday on business. Every Bottle Is Guaranteed Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is guaranteed to givi satis facti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 6 April 1911

n 0 Human Eccentricities. Man comes into the world without his consent and leavos it against his will. During his stay on earth his time is spent in one continuous round of contraries and misunderstandings. In his infancy he's an angel; in his boy hood he's a devil; in his man hood he's everything from a toad up ; If he raises a family he's a chump; if he raises a check he's a thief, and the law raises him; if he's a poor man, he's a poor manager and has no sense; if he is rich, he's dishonest; but con sidered smart. If he's in politics he's a grafter and a crook ; if he's out of politics, you can't place hinij as he's "an undesirable cit izen" ; if he goes to church ho's a hypocrite; if ho stays away from church, he's a sinner; if he donates to foreign missions, he does it for a show; if he doesn't lie's stingy and a "tightwad"; if he discovered the North Pole he's a liar; if lie didn't he's a coward. Wheu he first comes in to the world everybody wants to kiss him, before he goes o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 April 1911

if THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In Advance. We arc here to help Clay City, (he SnrronnJing Conntry and Ourselves. 1 13 .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. no. j; J VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1911. Valuable Prizes for Powell County Boys Who Grow Corn. The State Department of Ag riculture is very anxious to have u boys' corn growing contest or ganized in this county. So far there has been $17.50 subscribed for prizes for the boys who will enter the contest and grow corn according to instructions. The corn will be furnished free by the Agricultural Department. And if as many as fifty boys between the ages of 10 and 10 years old will give their names, ages and addresses to J. K. Burgher, Clay City, I. G. Profitt, Supt. of Schools, or Fred Blackburn, Stan ton, they will be enrolled and the corn furnished them. Would liko to have large as a prize of fering as possible, so all who feel interested and are in position to add to the list for prizes will please do so. The boys a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 April 1911

THE TIMES. rcnusntm every thurshav. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advuncu 6a. J- I'. Burgher, I'ulilishcr. Entered ns Mecoiul-clnss muil matter. Thursday, April ia, 1011. 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 Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald Home and Farm Inland Farmer American Fai-mpr thiol knows so much of vote soil ing in the recent Democratic .city primarv at Winchester the ' ... .... . oiucers should nave Mini summon ed hefore the next grand jury to make somo indictments. We are opposed to vote selling wherever it may be and from the above ar ticle hope to see this needed ref ormation begun in our sister city if its so bad as stateil by the Sun Sentinel which in no way are we disputing until we hear from the grand jury report. $1.00 1.10 90 75 1.00 ftO Southern Agriculturist 75 W e are atithoriled to announce II. G. GA15KEIT, of Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 April 1911

(3 THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE I'AFKR. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. and .Mrs. Jumps A. Fox, of Winchester, wore here Saturday find Sunday the guests of Mr. and John B. Lyle, of Irvine, suller. ed two strokes of pimiljsis last week and is in u uiost serious THURSDAY, .... April J5J, JIM. Pembroke voted dry Monday by a majority of 551 votes. Easter services will lie held at the 1'resliyterian church Sunday mornimr. (leorgo Kirk, who moved two years ago to Missouri, lias re turned to this city. Nine National banks were or ganized in the South last week and eight of them were in Oklahoma. Sunday is Easter, and many are after then confidently expect ing Spring to begin. Easter hats are now in order. Wheat conditions in Kentucky are 89 per cent, of the normal averuge according to the Depart ment of Agricutlure. Mrs. W. J. Uassidy. While here condition. Mr. Lyle is a native they rented property and will of this county and has manv move to this city next weei; These are most excollent people to who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 13 April 1911

4 Commissioner's Sale. J'oirclt Circuit Court, U. V. Lyle'n Adinr. l'lnintilTg versus O. W. Lyle's heir Defendants. Notice of Sali' in Equity. Pursuant to judgment nnd order of snip of the Powell Circuit Court enter i'd in the above styled cause, I will on Thursdny the 15tlt day of June, 1011, lu-tueen tlttTliourM of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. in. at the old G. W. Lyle residence on Ilardwick's creek, near Vaughn's JIM, sell nt public auc tion to the highest and best bidber the old home farm of said G. V. Lyle, Sr.. adjoining the lnnds of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, 1). U. Daniel. JefT Wright nnd C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing about 220 acres. This sale will beninde on a credit of ix. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved securi ty and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and place 1 will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Knckcoon brunch adjoin ing the hin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 April 1911

THE CLAY CITY TIMES. J. , , tc . 5 Si.oo o Year in Advanta. Wc are here lo help Clay City, the Ssfrooniing Coontry and Ourselves. .1. C litirnher, I'ublishcr. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY.. TmfftSDAY, APJUL 20. JOll. NO. J(i So ninny dajs it lina to ruin, So mnny days it will slilno Let us be satisfied, might and main, With that which is yours and mine. Hotter the wisdom that sends the sun And the rain and their varied meas ure, Than ours, which questions what might ' be done If iie'd follow our selfish pleasure. Home and Farm. After Vote Sellers. Twohundred have been indict ed for vote selling in Johnson county, and more than one hun dred have been indicted in Floyd county for the same offense. That's going some and we hope to see the whole State going the same way within the next twelve months. There unquestionably are vote sellers all over the State, but they are not caught very of ten. It seems- that this good work should have begun in the better-up portions of the State, bat if begu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 April 1911

TTTi; 1 AAP. 1 JL1VJL1X). Subscription rates SI a j'ear or three years In nsivanceSJJ. J. E.-, Burgher, Publisher. Kntered hs second-eliiss mail.uintter. Thursday,' April "20, 1911. CLyB KATES... For the convenience of our sub acriben?, 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 90 " Home and Farm 75 " Inland Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 'e are atithorilcd to announce II. G. GAijItUrr, ' ' of Clark county, ns a candidate for Knilroad Commissioner in this the Third Kent 'Hey District, su'ojcci. to the .iQticn" . Iiupuliii can parly-. " thoy believe dishonest, and oftnn they aro convinced inthe prK niary that n ninu is djshonqst, in; gut liiu udminution, una that lot's in the Republicans. Don't :ibuso your opponents, gentle mon.'-Kmr on your own merits or get oil" tho track: 0Rear, the best man ever of fered in recent years through t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 April 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES, THURSDAY April 20, 1011. Nicholiisville voted wot last Friday by (15 nmjority. Mrs. Wm. 0. Martin visited relatives at Ilosslyn this week. ChaB. Russell is homo from Lexington much improved in health. Mrs. W. T. Wood and' daugh ter visited relatives at Winches ter a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mountz, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio, are spend ing a few days with relatives in the city. Elder J. T. Turpin'will preach at Powell's ' Valley Saturday night, Sunday morning and Sun day night. Mrs. Tom Mountz left Tuesday for Sardis, Miss, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moore. Ike Barnett bought of Elder Albert Easter a boundary of a bout twenty-five acres of land adjoining him for 175. Mrs. John Rose is improving and will, soon as able to be ta ken, go to Stanton to live with her (laughter, Mrs. Hall. There will be an eclipse of the snn Friday evening, April 28 vis ible in this section about 5:80 o' clock, if it is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 20 April 1911

Pnrnmicoi'nnQr'o Solo Powell Circuit Court. O. ttfi'jiUC 4. Willi. X'JlllIll versus U. ,W. Lyle's hcirx Defendants. Notice of Sale. Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Cour,t enter ed in the above styled cause, I will on Thursday the 15th dny of June, 1011, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. nml 4 o'clock p. in. nt the. old G. W. Lyle residence on Ilardwick's creek, ne,ar Vaughn's Mill, sell at public auc tion to the highest and best bidber the old home form of said G. W. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, D. 11. Daniel, Jeff Wright and C. 0. Daniel, Jr., and containing nbont 220 acres.J This sale will be made oil a credit of sije. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved securi ty and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and jilace I will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Hackcoon branch adjoin ing the land of Mari...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 April 1911

THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay City theSnrroonJing Country and Ourselves. 1. E. IJurnhcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KT., THURSDAY, APRIL 27. I9H. NO. )7 COMHENCEMENT At Stanton College, During the Week of May 14 Sermon to Seniors (fold Medal Contest May Dnny Exercises riuslcal Recital Com. mencement Address. There will be great times in Stanton during the week of May 14. That will be commencement time at the College. A perfect feast of good things is being pre pared, and a big crowd of the friends of the college is expected to attend. On Sabbath morning, at J o' clock, President Hanley will' preach the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class. One of exciting features of the occasion and one tlntt is attracting a great deal of attention is the contest, which will be held on Monday night at 7 o'clock. Eight young ladies and young men have en tered for this contest and will entertain the audience with dec tarnations. Judges, who came fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 April 1911

t THE TIMES. PUBLISHED KVBlir TlIUllSUAV. Subscription" ratee 81 a year or three years in advauue S'2. : J. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. Entert'd as second-cliiss mail matter. Thursday, - - - - April 27, 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 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Fannpr 90 Southern Agriculturist 7o 4 Vt Senntor, Mr. Paynter hasprobab. ly done the sumo, iud we doubt if there arc ti dozen men in nil elective oflice ut. Washington that did not buy votes to got. there, by this wo mean furnish the mon oy for others to buy thtm if they did not buy them theirselvcs. It is an open secret that, practical ly all candidates uso money to persuade men to vote for them. Tin's Lorinier case is disgusting to us. Of course lie should not. bo alfowed to hold his ollice as most of the other boys should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 April 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... April 27, 1011. . Good seed corn is said to bo f,$jrerv scarce rliis year. ino uemocrntic horizon is brightening every day and, that i preat Democrat (probably Woodrow Wilson) will bo chosen president next year, is a growing conviction. A number of our people at tended court at Winchester Mon day. "Wm. Evans was here last week and bought several hogs at 5 and 5i cents Mrs. Oarl Garrett and Miss Le- otm Garrett visited Winchester Monday. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Green Clemons April 20th. We have had ' several heavy frost the past week and cpol weather the most of the time.' Mr. Dillard Potts and Miss Ernia .Walters were married A pril 0th, 1011 at Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. J W. WilPams has receiv ed a nice lino of Ladies Skirts and is selling them at prices that will make them go fast. r Mr. Prentiss the gentleman from Versailles, who pells, the best flour that comes to this mar ket, was calli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 27 April 1911

Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. (,. V. Ljlo's Ailnir. l'lnintllTr) versus 0. V LyleV heir Dufciiilniilg. Notice of Side. l'ursuaiit to judRinont nnd order of Rale of the Towcll Circuit Court enter ed in the above styled cause, 1 will on Thursday the 15th dny of June, 1011, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. und 4 o'clock p. in. ut the old G. W. Lylu residence on llurdwick's creek, noiir Vaughn's Mill, mil nt public auc tion to the highest and best bidbcr the old home, farm of said O. W. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands of 1. T: Sams' heirs Bud Bush, D. K. Daniel, Jeff Wright und C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing about ISO acres. This sale will be made on n credit of six. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved securi ty and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the siime time and place I will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of llackcoon branch adjoin ing the hind of Mari...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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