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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 May 1911

THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81. op a Year In Advanci. We are here to help Clay City. M SnrroanJiDir Coantry anJ Oorsclves. .1. B. Burqhcr. Publisher. r ' 1l . r- VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KIT., THURSDAY. MAY 4. JOM. NO. 18. Died in the Asylum. Mrs. Stanley Rogers, wife of Ike Rogers, died iu the Lexing ton asylum Tuesday evening at 0 o'clock, aged 50 years. Mrs. Rog ers became mentally unbalanced two weeks ago and was sent to the asylum for treatment. Mr. Rogers was sent for Monday on account of her serious condition and was at her side when the end came. The body was taken to Rock Springs yesterday and will bo buried today. Besides her husband Mrs. Rogers is survived by four living children. Advantage of (iood Roads. It is to the great advantage of smaller cities und towns to have the farmers' patronage, remarks the Florence Times. But if that is to be secured, one very necessary thing is to have the roads in good passable condition at all Persons of the year. Euriners have been known to avoid...

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. — 4 May 1911

THE TIMES. ruiiMsiiKK uvnuv tiil'usuav. Subscription mien SI a y.r or three years in advance S. .1- B. ISnrnlier, Publisher. Addams! Addams! So Say We Kutcri'd us seeuml-elnr's niiiil mutter. AoentIemen! Thursday, May 4, 1011. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices l)i low mentioned: The Timks and v Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Knquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 " Home and Farm 75 " In hind Fanner 1.00 " Americiin Fanner !I0 " Southern Agriculturist To We are authurilt'il to annuuuci! JI. O. GAltllEfT, ( Clark county, lis a candidate for I'uilroail Commissioner in this the Third Kentucky District, subject to the action of the tleiilibii can party. The Democratic parly in Ken tucky is suid to be the ftissingest party in the world each time af ter a big row resulting in defeat for that party, but it seems the Republican party can split just an bad when the nomination is just as assuring of election. ...

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. — 4 May 1911

Li- THE TIMES. AN ALL IIOMK-MADK 1'APHR. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... May 4, .1911. (Jims. Wulcli wns iti Lexington the iirst of the week. K. L. Daniel, of Winchester, is "visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. 0. A. Coulee, of near Stanton, is very sick, with lung trouble. J. W. Ohallin, of Sardis, Miss., visited relatives here a few days this week. Mrs. Wnr. 0. Martin and chil dren are visiting relatives near Mt. Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan, of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., are visiting relatives in the city. A recruiting officer of the Uni ted States army was hee n few days this week trying to enlist men for the service. Mrs. J. W. Will'ams has receiv ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts nnd is selling them at prices that will Hiake them go fact. The season for flies and fleas' are being retarded by the cool weather. "Its an ill wind that blow no good at all." New millinery just arrived at Mrs. J. W. Williams and at pleas ing prices. Call and pick your choice. How about th...

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. — 4 May 1911

WASIIIM1T0N NOTliS. (IIV CI.YDi: II. TAVKXNP.lt.) Din-soy W. Shaekloford, of Mis hniiri. a miMiilirr of t ho Ways and Menus committee of the House, li.is prepared one of the most il liiiiiinatini: letrers on the suhject hi reciprocity tliat has appeared, 'ilie (loiMiiiient iias caused limeh ('.i.'i'iission anions members of (. .Miiiiess ami i. to lie widely cir t utated. "Tlie lumlier trust and the pa I er trust arc waujui; a lierce liitht anaiiist reciprocity." sas Mr. Shakleford. ''They aremak i . i dc.Jperate eli'orts to get the 1 irmers to join them. Where iHsr possible they have enlisted the papers which circulate amoni: the fanners. They try to tii. ike the farmers believe that, by reason of the tarill, he yets iniii e than the fair market for ins products. ( "Canada has a tariff which op erates against our products sold in Canada. We have a tariff which operates against Canadian products sold here. Keciprocity lb an agreement between the two countries to modify both tariffs w...

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. — 11 May 1911

THE 81.00 a Year in Advnnc;. We are here to help ClayJ ity. the Surroaniiog Country anj Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KYL THURSDAY. MAY I). JOII. NO. J(J. Conine to See Vs. Tho business men of Lexington will run tin excursion over the L. & E. tomorrow, and will make stops at every station on the line. Of course it is tin invitation for business to the Bluegrass capital. The train will arrive at Clay City at 9:25 and be here thirty live minutes. The notice given to the public along the road is of such short duration that no plans for recreation at this place so far ure yet not made. No stops will he made en route home in the afternoon. To Tour hastern Kentucky. Louisville business men will tour Eastern Kentucky about May 26. They will go over the L. & A. by Beattyville and on to Jackson where they will spend tho night and return to Louis ville over the L. & E. making stops along the roads. We have no schedule so far und are una ble to tell whe...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 May 1911

THE TIMES..RT ,o i'UiiLi.siii:i) M:uy thcusuav iuibscrljnion rates gl a year or vcain in tidvuiice S2. three' I .!. I?. I'Jurtjhcr, Publisher. featured as second-chir. mail mutter. Thursday, May n, inn CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates ith the following lupers at prices below iiientioned : Tug Times and Couiier-Jnurnnl $1.00 u Cincinnati Knquircr 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 " Home and Farm 75 " Jrlund Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer HO Southern Agriculturist 75 We are pnthnriled to announce II. O. GAltltKrT, of (Mark county, us a caiididiite for Hnilroad Commissioner in this the Third Kentucky District, subject to the action of the Republi can party. The two great political parties are closer together today than nt any time before in the history of the country. Progressive He publicans are now sometimes listed as Democrats. Dr Theron Akin, a Progressive Republican Representative in Congress got mad the other day when he was called a Democ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 May 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... Muy 11, 1011. Attorney Clarence Miller, of Irvine, was here yesterday. Hogs in market the past few days have shown an Upward ten dency. A cat fish has been caught at Frankfort weighing sixty-five pounds. J. Crews Rash, of Cincinnati, Ohio was in the city yesterday on a business mission. That, warm weather has come ut lust soon will we be eating sass from our garden. Mrs. J. W. Will'auis has receiv ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and is' selling them at prices that will make them go fast. Dr. Martin reports the birth of u daughter to Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Easter April 80th. Mrs. Ann French lias been very sick for several days but is thought to now be some better. Miss Anna Welch, of nearRos fllyn, spent a few days with Misses Mollie and Ada Johnson the past, week. Lots of people go lishiug on Sunday that had better go to diuroh. We are sure they will feel better too. New millinery just arrived at Mrs". J. W. Williams and...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 May 1911

i 1 Potato Slips for Sale. Sweet potato sli,s retidy for inui-p iii.tiug liv Muv 1"t h. I V Prior. Spout JSpring, Ky 3 We Ask You to take Cardui, for your female troubles, because we arc s'uro It will help you.' Remember that this great female remedy WINE OF CARDUI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not fo you? For headache, backache, periodical pa.ns, female weak ness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take." Try Itl Sold in This City M I Pointers for Corn Growers. Do not. fail to drain your soil, j It will pay you for your toil. ! If clover's sickly, put, on lime, That will bring the soil to time. 1 Growing corn much water needs: Keep u soil umlc.li; kill (lie weeds. Heavy sods and good manure ' .Make the-corn crop doulilv sure. I ' . ' This advice pray do not ficorii; I'se some phosphate on-your com. Ex. Did'VOti eve'riSei' a t'.irnier li:i ve. I'say'tlircc milk cows lo sell, all of which were giving 'ul least, three gallons of milk per day, 'and...

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. — 18 May 1911

THE CLAY IDITY TIMES 81.00 a Year in Advanw. We are here to help Clay City, tie SarroonJinR Coaatry anJ Onrselves. .1. B. Burgher, Publisher. VOL.. XVI. JOLAY PITY, KY., THURSDAY MAY 18. J9II. NO. 20 Killed in Lexington. In a drunkon row nt Lexing ton Sunday morning George Swope, a former resident of this county, was knocked down in a what is said to have been a drun ken row, and together with oth er members of the melee, were taken to jail where delator died. The remains were brought here Tuesday morning and buried at tho Wells graveyard on Hard wick's creek. He was about 45 years old, and, though coming of quiet and honorable family, he had leu a reckless lite. . Most Popular Candidate. The most popular candidate we believe wo ever saw is our friend Mr. H. G. Garrett who was nom inated for Railroad Commission er by the Republicans at Paris a few days ago. When we see such good men as he and a few others identified with the Republican party we must agree that there is yet a little ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 May 1911

T 7 riMHS l"UUI.ISIIl:i) GVlilSV TUL'KStlAY. Jnibscription rates 81 a jear orthrce years in advance S'J. I. fi. liiinjhcr, l'ulillshcr. tiuterctl as second-fins until mutter. Thursday, - .Mny IS, 1011. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub s -rihers, we have arranged eluluates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : T.io Timks and Courier-Joiirnnl $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 " Home and Farm 75 " Irliind Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer !)0 " Southern Agriculturist 75 A remarkable vote for the U ti i ted Slates Senate was recorded when the resolution to bring a bout the direct, election senators was made the unlinished business and therebj given precedence o vir all other measures. Sixty five senators voted on the side wf thu general proposition to live n gainst. Every Democrat and ev ery progressive Republican pres ent, voted in the allirniative. This doesn't mean that the light o ver direct elections has been won outright. Rut it does mea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 May 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAP Kit. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, . May 18, 1011. Mr. 0. 0. Enton visited homo folks Monday night. Roscoo Bowman is down with measles near the ctiy. Many are the fishermen', hut few the fish they nil get away. W. S. Roberts is very low at his homo in this city with stom ach trouble.- Jas. B. Hall, the stave and horseman of Lexington, was in the city Tuesday. W. W. Wilson, of Pineville, was here a short while the first of the week with friends. Mrs. John Wiseman, of Chat tanooga, Tenn., visited her broth er, J. V. Jewell this week. Mrs. J. W. Will'ams lias receiv ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and is selling them at prices that will make them go fast. New millinery just arrived at Mrs. J. W. Willinms and at pleas-1 ing prices. Call and pick your choice. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Coulee, of Mt Sterling, visited relatives hero n short time this week. A Burglar's Awful Deed. may not paralyze a home so com plctely as n mother's long illness, But Dr. Kind's New L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 18 May 1911

WASHINCiTON' NOTES. (llV CI,YIh Jl. TAVKXXEll.l Iii .six eekc (lie Democratic lluiiFf of l.'jr'"ontutiv;8 Intsj I'l'Oii close investigation the passed more procres-jive a ml an- "formers' free list" bill becomes i tiuM legislation than tin Re-. mighty interest iiig measure. It ,'iibicans imsM-il in fourteen untaxes many articles the farm year's administration of that 'is use, but it means about as iiranch or Congress. j much to all other consumers. It The achievement up-to-date in-, l,,l,H 100 articles of common usu lude.-s the passage of a bill pro- the free list and it is estimat- iding for the niiblicity of cam- iigu contributions before in-j read of alter elei-tions ; the e Ttion of L'nited States Senators y direct vote of the people; rec procity with Canada and tin iirmers' free li.-t bill, with othei .iinilur legislation to follow ;ioinptly. Agitation for much of this leg--lation has been aniim on foi ' i-ars. The Kepublicaiis hean lie demand of the people for re ief, but coul...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 May 1911

THE CLAY COT TIMES 81. 00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help Clay City, thf-SnrronnJi'ng Country ani Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher, 1'uhlisbcr. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY MAY 15. J 0 1 J . NO. 21 THE COMMENCEMENT. Commencement week at Stan ton College will be long remem bered. It wub a very decided success in every particular, and the different exercises were thor oughly enjoyed by the large crowds who attended. The pop ularity of this institution was demonstrated by the numbers of persons from all over the county and even from other counties who were present at the Com mencement. President Hanley preached the baccalaureate sermon on Sabbath morning from the text Matthew 11 :29, "Learn of Me." He dwelt upon the importance of having some definite, lofty pur pose in life, and spoke of quali ties of character necessary to ac complish such a purpose. The eeclamation contest on Monday night was a most interesting and exciting entertainment. Six young ladies and three young gentl...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 May 1911

THE TIMES. rUHMSHUD KV1SKY THUltSDAT. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S2. . ) 15. Uurglier, Publisher. Entered ns second-class mull matter. Thursday, May 25, 15)11. n CLUB RATES. For tho 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 Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 Commonwealth Attorney of the Maysville district has brought suit against tho Standard Oil Company, the American Tobacco Company and the International Harvester Company, in which he alleges that they are trusts and have conspired to, regulate the prices, quality and quantity of various commodities sold by each, all of which is against tho law and peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Ky. and asks damages in the sum of $5,000 a-g- inst each of said companies. The Supreme Court of the li nked States in...

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. — 25 May 1911

0. V THE TIMES. AN" AL'li HOMK-MADK l'APKR. LOCAL BREVITIES,. TIIUItSDAY, ... . May 25, 1011. Bill Hilton arriv'ed Iktlv yos terilay from tlio Solitli. Mrs. .J. Crews Rush, of Oin dn'nati, is visiting Mrs. A; T. Jr ' i mm Whitt. B, M. Mel'herson, tlffi Ho man was licre yesterday from, Win clicstcr , 0 rover Burnett, of It. R. 1 Mt. Sterling, was liero the latter part of the we,ek. ' Miss Carrie Belle McPherson, of Winchester, is visiting friends in tho city. 0. ShimseEsel bought a nice comjnnqd horse, in WincheFter Monday foriy.75: r . Strnwlierries art) ripe but the crop is being cut short on account of the continued dry weather. New millinery just arrived at Mrs. .1. W. Williams and at pleas ing prices. Call and pick your choice. Reports received by tho De p rt inent of Agriculture at Wash ington show from year to year n decrenso in hog cholera, and I ho Department now stutes'thtty it )'.'M("' tlio disease as an epi demic has about passed. A nurfclnr'sAful lieid. may not paralyze ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 25 May 1911

WASHINGTON NOTES. (liV (U.YKi: II. TAVKXXKll.) Alllioui;li tuii(liat Republiciins proclaim thai practic.tlly vwvy I iriiHT in tin- land i?' apiinst reu iiirtii'ity tlic fad is that tlie re uMit v()jnlurnil urowth of public i. Mitinu'iit in fuv.nr of reciprocity I'arted with farmers' orgnnizii t i .tus anU tlit ' ji ricutt tiral press i the nation. Congressman Ralph W. Moss, ( Indiana, :i fanner himself, iMid one of the liest friends of the- uiirieulltirists occupying a i! iiit in the hulls of Congress, es t.tblisluid this fact beyond sue 'Ksful contrudiction in u strong t:;cech delivered on the lloor of Die House. Mr. Moss cinched ls point by presenting the -ac-,tuul resolutions in which the yeat organizations of farmers p'edged themselves to work for t'.'ciprooity. "The great national movement iiniong the farmers of the Uuite.l flutes to advance reciprocal leg islation began," said Mr. Moss, "with a meeting held in the (Ira ml Pacific hotel in Chicago iii IflOo. There were present ...

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

THE CLAY CITY TIMES. Si. 00 a Year In Artvancj We arc here to help Clay City, jk Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. 1',. Hnrher, Publisher. VOL. XrI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY JUXK J. J9U. NO. I'li J" The Hottest Atay. The month of May just passed was the hottest on record in Cen. tr.il Kentucky for thirty-eight years. It has also been one of the dryest Mays in many yeurs. The drouth and hat so far have parched the young corn that is up into shoestrings, and grass is burning up, while young grass sown this spring, undoubtedly, is killed. Oats are now cut to half crops if rain comes soon, otherwise, there will be little or no crop at all. Wheat is also greatly injured as is rye. Tobac co should be in the midst of set ting but none so far has been set, and plant beds are being waterqd " by some to keep them alive un til rain may fall and give a sea son to set them. Altogether the outlook for farmers at this time is anything but encouraging from the point of growing crops. Visits Fr...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 June 1911

TT.TU i JLJLjU TIMES. I-UIII.ISIU.'I) KVKKY TIIUKSDAY. Subscription rates SI a year or three years in advance 8','. J. U. liurghcr, Publisher, I'ntered as second-class mall matter. Thursday, June 1, 1011. ti CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub bribers, we have arranged club rates Til. wuii me toiiowing papers at prices ennv menuonea : The Times and Courier-Journal $1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 J-ouisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Irlund Farmer 1.00 Anierican Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 Republicans Trespassing. The popularity of the Demo cratic party with the people has stirred our Republican brethren from center to circumfrence and everywhere are they adopting democratic principles, until nany candidates are putting forth platforms identical with tho Democrats. Tho question now is, why this 6udden change. it because they are truly con verted or is it to get votes? If they are really changed, why re main with the g. o. p. while there are yet so many standpat ter...

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. — 1 June 1911

THE TIMES. AN ALL UOMH-MADE PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, Line 1, 1011. Mrs. Lennic Grow, of Hays, is visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. S. S. Witt, of Lexington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fox. Mrs. J. K. Burgher visited rel atives at Winchester the hit tor part of the week. June is the month that is known as'the month of brides and school commencements. R. Tipton, of Winchester came up Saturday to attend preaching at his church, Powell's Valley. New millinery just arrived at Mrs. J. W. WHIinniB and at pleas ing prices. Call and pick your choice. A. M. Burgher and son, Shel by, went to "visit relatives in ' Winchester Saturdav and Sun day. The hot, dry weather renders one consolation mosquitos are hardly known and weeds are easily killed. Mrs. J. W. Will:ams has receiv ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and is selling them at prices that will make them go fast. Mrs. Tom Mountz returned from Sardis, Miss, where she has been for some weeks visiting her :pareots,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 1 June 1911

0 Revolution In Headgear. . Wlio'n a visiting woman crosses id..'. r-r v uifi. i.i ; the lino wiiu iif Potato Slips for Sale. Sweet potato ali-8 r.-Ur for After July 1 the wearing of the plumncc of almost nil kinds of birds in a woman's hat is prohib ited in the State of New York era galore she will bo arrested by n petticoptpd officer of tho Aorlu- transplanting by May 15th. P. 0. Prior, o,t'Ut ogling, L.y, Commissioner's Sale. l,i noiiDif will at. nil 'f'MI The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer Is tho only machine ever invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It nut only takes out tho dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings It so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in tho mop. The floor is never left streaked, as you arc always using a clean mop. The machine is very simple to opcratcand requires no skill, as any body can use it, man, woman or child. It is a labor saver, as one person will do the work quicker and better than three wilhanyotherdevicek...

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