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The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, April 15, 1909, Image 1

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Willie Rogers Is yry sick nt
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Saturday and Sunday fire Bro
TiP > Edwards regular meeting
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f WP Wise merchant of this
place wont to Irvine Tuesday ohm
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business
Tildon Risen who bas been at
work at Dan Tiptoes on Black
reek has returnedvhomo
43Jder Sherman Robbi sheld
regular meeting at wOre k
t fchufch Saturday night and Sun
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Miss Winie Pasley daughter
0 ° y < ojEAiI Pasley who has been
sfaying at F R Davidsons at Ir =
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flog Viee merchant of this
place has sold hIs entire stock
Vf goods to his father 1V1
Wise and lie is now situated at
Dry Ridge with a nice line of
Dry goods and groceries
Tjjo Democrats of the 28th
Senatorial district have called a
primary election to be held June
15 The entrance fee tyas been
fixed at 1006 or about twice ns
much as the Office pays The
istricWs composed df Mbntgom
pryVOlark and Bourbon coon
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Asa Todd of Spout Spring
has moved to the Martin farm on
Snow Creek Mr Todd is one
of Powell countys leading farm
ers and we are glad that ho will
notleave the county >
It will pay you to look at our
line of Mens Boys and Youths
Clothing before making your pur
chase Ifardwlok < fc Co
Stanton
To Bulld Electrfc t Railroad
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Artiqlefcrof incorporation wera
Efileat Frankforb Tuesday for a
complete traction sy tem to cpji
neSfc Gincinnati Louisville Lex
iii4on and Mayyjlle The roan
is incorporated at lO000000 aid
the pr9 Is who are Glioify
irauc ii ty men say they haft
backing of Eastern apit4l to
build the road T he proposed
line will tap the rtch white Bur
l todaccoidftfect of the State
in several places where there is
no railroad ofa description
Some 250 miles of track is pro
posed to be built by the pro
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Negro Lynched
Ben alias Booker Brame a
negro eighteen years of age was
lynched Friday by a mob of be
tween 200 and 300 farmers for At
tempting to assault Miss Ruth
Gee seventeenyearold daugh
ter of William Gee a prominent
Trigg county farmer After an
all i ight search th < J mob located
Brame who was carried before
Miss Gee and posfively identi
fied The mob carried Brame to
Flat Lick near the Trlgg mind
Ohristiati county line and hang
ed him to a treer
An exchange says Smttljgnpri
with small purposes doinojt Help
to make a town lively ante
grossive The man who never
contributes to public enterprise
or Voluntarily assists in support
Ji2 gagy i J ttoPutaac c iitcrpcioes
is iipt Worth coaxing to remain
in a town and should he decide
to move out it is always a matter
congratulation Its units and
not mere ciphers that counts for
something Be a unit
Night riders havo broken loose
in Indiana and ate said to be in
forming tenants that they must
not give the landlords in the vi
cinity of Washington more than
onethird of the crop
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An Improvement Association
While alljthelowns around us
areforrnjnpjissociations of their
busiiles > njie fertlme purpose of
impoving Ike tall I > what is the
reasfi tlithallty City can not
Have one 1 jlit will cost nothing
to ib et on in twoor four scob
4 Q tallt vcr thevi dntliatitin
Wltflft j inipt otfdo mlo
bofim iue rJr yet we should
utiAer
get bettdr ttc uaihted with one
another sn with one anothers
xwants and flehes A communi
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ty of pirtl Creates an enthuse
asm whiff hi ljVery apt to display
itself income direction The old
saying thklpevery thing conies to
him who wsftts may have been i
true in t1iO pld time but under
the spintoffthe present age if a
person wYnlsia thing he must go I
after n rrbelieve there is a
goaheidjprit enough inV town
to carry ate improvement associ
ation through to good results if
it were frfj lstlJrted and wo al
so belieVpffclt after it was fair
ly startedp good effects of it
would beieh immediately Per
hap not pme cities have done
in gettjngBgreat branches of in
diistryo s tlle here but in plans
for beau sing and improving
what we1jA oand in being ready
tQ ernbue portunities if any
should1 coh > f tAn association of
this kin eoms torus would
belessaa nd profiablo even
tif notmuf lmewayMboom
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A Just Remonstrance
No wonder tobacco raisers rise
up and try to smite trusts hip
and thigh It is stated that the
bisines in time ° entiro country is
in the handsoften men and the
annual statement of the trust
shows that the surplus after pay
ing of preferred dividepds was
18550834 equal to 460 per
cent on the 40242400 common
stock which compares with 424
per cent in 1007 State Jour
nal
Much of the Fruit Killed
Most of the peaches pears and
and early plains were killed the
last of the Week by the freezes
which were pretty heavy for this
time of the year three nights
The apple crop is still safe The
theory that fruit cannot be kill
ed when blooms in the light of
moon SlJow exploded but by
next year thistlieory will be re
vived and many who will have
forgotten tlto pst will say I
never knew iUto fail
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A Cnrd df Thanks
Wo Avish to thank our kind
friends and neighbors for the as
sifitauco and sympathy given us
during the illness and death of
our dear husband and father i al
so for the beautiful floral offer
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Mrs D P Rose and Children
gime Clay City Base Ball park
has been repaired and put in fine
condition for ball playing soon
as the season bgohs in the Spring
A strong team will bo organized
when it is xpepted some fine
gambs will bd ptilJed off with the
Zormornurn1r tlaurols coming
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A Negro FIght
George Sm ethers and John
Prewitt boltf of color got a lit
tle tdo much liquor Saturday
niuht and on their road lipmo
engaged in a difficulty in which
Promvitt was pretty badly cut
thouglin f seriously
A child was born to Mr and
Mrs Letcher Dalton of West
Bend Sunday Mrs Dalton died
Monday of lock jaw Besides her
husband she leaves one other lit
tle child Before her marriage
Mrs Dalton was a Miss Berry
The street committee is adver
tising for bids on hauling slate
on the streets We learn it is the
intention of the City Council to
pike the main street from the
Hardwicks Creek road to the
Waltersville bridge
I The temperance people of the
State have called a meeting of
its forces in Louisville April 20th
and 21st to discuss ways and
means of organizing a Statewide
prohibition movement
The second story of the Clay
City National Bank is being fit
ted up for the use of a Lodge
room to be occupied by the Roy i
al Arch Masons and some of the
other orders
Butler Stuart has moved back
from Uonaker Ya here he
has been employedrby a biglum
berconcern for some time The
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close down
Marshal Johnson will convey
today a prisoner by the name of
Stuurt to the Estill authorities
nt Irvine where he broke jail last
week
See our line of Walk Over
Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the
new Spring and Summer styles
Hurdwick it Co
Stanton
Great t Decrease In Earnings
The annual report of the rail
roads of the country will this
year show a losspf over fOJJOOOO
OOOin gross receipts over the
exceedingly prosperous year end
ing in Juno 1007 The loss lust
year was 1014U011 in gross
earnings If the panic should
thus continue for a few yenrs
longer at this rate of decrease
we will soon have to take it a
foot when we go very far
May wheat has made another
jump this time to 1 28J Last
year the same wheat was worth
but 92 cents Persons who have
not got their supply of flour will
now feel the ellect of the price
when they buy the next
President Tuft has instructed
Director North of the Census
Bureau to disregard party lines
in securing suitable men under
the new census act The instruc
tions it was said have especial
reference to the South
Denver reports another heavy
fall of snow the fortyfourth
since the beginning of winter At
Cripple Creek Monday night the
mercury was six degrees below
zeroThe
The fellow of whom everybody
speaks well never gets very far
in this wqrld Its the fighter
who 1 wins
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Liberty Hrnd Hats for Men
add Boys in all the new shapes and
liHndtfe 4 Hardwick 1 Co
Stanton
HAY FOR SALE
27 Tons of No i Bailed Hay
Clean of Weeds
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