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Janet TrcSt!, of the Stanton
Oar; was here Saturday with
one of the splendid new Purant
machines on exhibition to pros
Iecti?e bayera. lie also had a
touring model of the New Star
machine which it a wonderful
little car. These two machine!
in their various model are a
splendid, line to carry, and Mr.
Profit! fully understands their
superior quality and merit aod
i taking advantage of these
qualities when demonstrating to
prospects. With the advertising
contemplated by the Stanton
(Jrage the coming leuno, a
bright butiotss is in store for
Variations of Sound
The exhaust from engines run
iiing oil pumps in the Held 10
miles away can often be heard
very plainly in portious of this
town where no particle of sound
cjii be heard from the larger en
gines operating at the light plant
in the central part of town.
Trains on the Winchester and Ir
vine road 10 miles away can be
heard in this town when tha
w ill not be noticed two miles out
on the L. & E. division. This is
counted for by the increased
Clizzk Prirsd Bill
A copy of the famous Guten
berg Bible, supposed to be the
earliest piece of printing from
movable type in the world, has
been lent to theNational Museum
at Washington by its owner, Gab
riel Wells,' of New Vork. It was
printed in the middle of the fif
teenth century at Mainz, Ger
many, by Johannes Gutenberg,
inventor of the printing press.
A few years ago another copy of
this Bible sold for $50,000.
. Former President Wilson isim
pn.viaj; Pteadily in health, accord
lag to his physician, andean now
walk without aid for the first time
in three years.
Trying Out limestone
Limestone at a means of build
ing up soils and boosting crop
yields it getting increased attec
tion from Webster county farm
ers living in the Slaughters com
munity. Seven of them this fall
ordered 80 tons which will con
stitute the first limestone they
have ever used on their farms.
Several Powell . farmers have
recently used limestone pulver
ized and find in to have much
value as a so! builder.
County Court Monday
Monday will be the first Coun
ty court of the yer. Thfre will
be Commissioner sales and the
renewing of ollicial bonds as a
pecial feature. The usual Slier
ill's sale of Und for taxes does
not come up in the January court.
. A nice Christmas tree enter
tainment waf given at Vaughn's
Mill Monday evening.'
' TOURING CAR
I New Price
( - F.O.B. II
I DETROIT I I
Thb b the lowest price at
which the Ford Touring
Car has ever cold, and with
tho many new improve
ments, including the one
man tap, it b a bigger value
than CTcr before.
Djy CCT7. Terms if desired.
Chy City, Ky.
Miss Belle Centers returned
Friday night from Pryse, Ky,
Carrie Creech, of Middletown,
O., it with home folks this week.
Isbmael Neal returned home
Thursday from the oil field where
he hat been employed.
Mr. and Mrt. Cliff ord Fryar are
re joicingover the arrival of a fine
girl Mouday night-Norme Treuce.
. Mr. and Mrs. Bi'l Neal, of Sran
ton, spent the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Neal.
Misses Kebecea and Elizabeth
Tolson find Ora Wilson, of Mid
dletown, Ohio, are visiting rela
Jim Dunaway and Leonard and
Clayton Fryar returned home
Saturday night from Columbus,
Ohio, for a few days visit.
XMAS SURPRISE: Mr. Leon
ard Fryar and Miss Jewel Swan
go; Mr. Virgil Rogers and Miss
Lillie Fryar; Mr. Islnnael Neal
and Miss Violet Fryar werequiet
ly married at the brides' home
Monday and took ike iufare at
W. M. Veal's.
Jfe Clay City Garage
Six Pages Again
Increased advertising has forc
ed a six page paper on us again
this week. This is eod, we aim
to supply our readers with the
news and our advertisers with
space if it takes a ten page sheet
to accommodate them.
3,078,4ft0,33l for the fiscal year
begiuniug July 1 next have been
asked by President Harding in
the second annual Federal
t Will sell You any kind of a Car, or Anything
that belongs to any car. Such at Batteries, we
build 'urn new and fix old ones - $
Radiators we fix too. Engines, cars, tops or tires X
We fix and sell everything that belongs
to the Aute
My yes, we even handle the Delco Light Plant
We try to handle everything that our friends
need and can supply you at once
That's Bashaw's Way
Powell Circuit Co-jrt, Kentucky.
Amanda Walters & Ktc, Plaintiff,
II. (i. PeUue & Ktc, Defendant.
By virtue of a Judgment and Order of
ale of Powell Cir uiit Court, rendered
at the November Term thereof, 1922, in
the above ennse for Distribution of the
estate of flillie Skinner, deceased, and
costs herein, I shall nroeeed to offer
for Kale at the Court-house door in
Star.ton, Kentucky, to the highest bid
der, at Public Auction, on Atonday, the
1st day of January, 1923, at 1 o'clock
P. ft., or thereabout (being County
Court day), upon a credit of six months
the following described property, to
Beginning at a stake near theinoutli
of Aquilla Branch on the north side of
lied river; thence up the river N 30 K
62 ole8 to a stake; N 27 K 23 poles to
a stake, corner to Muncie Oil and Shale
Compuny -, thence leaving the river
with their line N 63 W 34 1-2 poles to a
chestnut oak on a point N 15 1-2 K 12
poles to a stake, a pine pointer on top
of point N 6" W 9 3-4 poles ti a stake ;
N 72 1-8 W 00 1.2 poles to a chestnut
oak; N 54 V 12 poles to a stake, pine
pointers, corner to J. B. llatnmons;
thence with his line 3 IK Wl 7 1-2 poles
to a stake, marked J II. ; S 61 1-2 W
10 U2 poles to a stake ; S 72 1-2 W 16 12
poles to a bhick oak; S 68 1-2 W 8 1-2
poles to a stake, corner to J. A. Neal
and J. VV. Pattoti ; thence with I'atton's
line S 80 K 16 1-4 poles to a stake ; 8 2ft
K 18 poles to a stake by a pine ; N 47 K
12 1-2 poles to a stake; 8 50 K 3-4
poles to a dead chestnut; 8 13 K 12 1-4
poles to stake, II, (. Walters corner ;
thence with his line S 3 K 6 poles to a
set stone ; S 1 V 23 1-2 poles to a stake
by the branch ; thence down the branch
8 78 K 8 poles to the beginning. Or
sufficient thereof to produce the sums
of money so ordered to b made. For
the purchase. price the purchaser, with
approved security or securities, must
ciecute bond, bearing legal interest
from the day of sale until paid, and
having the force and effect of a Judg
ment. Bidders will be prepared to
comply promptly with these terms.
Surplus and Profits -
ONE MILLION, SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND
Addison T. Whitt, President
W. D. Strode, Vice-President
Eugene E. Freeman, AsA. Cashier
Chas. B. Strother, Assl. Cashier
The Organization, Resources and Facilities of this Institution en
able us to offer Efficient Service and Liberal Accommodations in all
Departments. Our Service includes Every Advantage for the hand
ling of Your Banking Business; it is the producl of an uninterrupted
exigence of THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS.
Interest on Savings and Time Deposits
Southern Agriculturist and Clay
Both papers for only $125
Kn owl ton
Mr. C. I). Tharp was home for
Elmer Coal it vifit-fti! hi- sick
father, Mr. I. J.'Uoaff
Miss Lillie May Belcher is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Sam Crowe.
Luther Mcintosh was home for
Christmas. He has returned to
his work at Hazard.
Mrs. Viola and James B. Mo
Intosh, of Clay City, are minting
relatives here and at Furnace.
The people about Knowlton
are so sociable and hospitable
they are always receiving inauy
Miss Celia Mcintosh entertain,
ed as her guests Sunday : Miswes
Mae, Allie and Viola Mcintosh,
Messrs. Emery Rogers, George
Billings, Leonard and Mat Mclu
tosh and W. P. Noland. "
There was a splendid Christ
mas program rendered at Mt.
Sunday school was at tiMQ with
pond attendance and a pood les
son. After Sunday school there
was a Bible contest. The ones
who entered this were: Celia Mc
intosh, Ester Perkins, Malinda
Tharp. Celia Mcintosh won first,
prize Kster Perkins second and
Malinda Tharp third. Mr. Hol
lars pave each a nice Bible.
In the afternoon the Christmas
propratn was rendered with great
success. Mr. Hollar pave an ad
drese of why and how we should
After the prosram was oyer
Sauta Claus came ia which made
Lthe children lauph and shout, ev
ery one received a present and
went on their way rejoicing.
The order was splendid. The
wiiole crowd seemed to have, the
spirit of Christ with them. All
the peop.le are reportin: that it
was the nicest Christina they
had ever had.