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Is Just like . ' Slov Poicon Make You Feel Lazy and Discouraged. You Get Nothing Done PEPTO-MANGAN PURIFIES Tone Up Your Blood with It. Notice the Difference with Rich Red Blood in Your Veins The man or woman or the child with a sickly-looking com plexion, a pale wan face, has blood that is filled with poison. Instead of rich red blood cours ing through their veins, they are trying to get along with blood that is weak and thin. It doesn't carry life-giving qualities through the body. You see those men and women every day. They are so tired. Their shoulders droop. They slough. It is all they can do to get around. As soon as you begin to feel that way take Pepto-Mangan, the well-known blood tonic. It will clear away the poisons and make your blood rich with red corpuscles. I'epto-Mangan is prepared in both liquid and tablet form. One has the same medicinal value as the other. Take either kind you prefer, but be sure you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan "nude's." The full name, "Gude's Pepto-Mangan," should be on the package. Adv. PINE GROVE Spring like days put the farm ers jumping. Cross ties and telephone poles are fast coming to the front again. L. D. James has sold his farm and will go to Wisconsin in the spring. II. S. Martin, of Genet, was seen in this neck of the woods Saturday night, Sunday and also Sunday night and Monday morn ing. Liabel to ee these candi dates anytime. We saw a young man mailing a valentine to his lovely frow and th6 verse read : "I am hap py, though broke and on these grounds I must recall the ap pointme." Powell county ex-service men do vou belong to the American Leiden Guide Post No. 127? 'If you don't you are missing the good meetings and dinners. Also theAmerican Legion weekly which gives you all the dope that i working to your interest. So put some pep into it, make it snappy. J II. S. Martin, of Genet, is looking for you, he has the pa pers and will make you a mem ber right in the corn field if you can't go to Stanton. A ground hog came running slowlv, walking down the hill up Cow Creek mountain singing the following: "Into the fields at carlj morn. The faithful farmer go?, He plants potatoes, beans and corn, And works them while they grow. "From the riing sun till U i down You can hear his 'haw and gee', There is rejoicing in my henrt, .Because he is so free. :)e toils away In the liKht of day, He works till the set of sun, Then Into bed with a sleepy head, He thinks of what he's done. "At last, his fields hare turned to green. He U clad of what he has made. His fields are as pretty as ran Im t en. And now he aits in the shade. "We honor this worthy workman, Tor the gdod that he has done. 'jr hi days lie long and happr, lu this world ( tOil and fun." . BOWEN. (Too late for last week.) Ova West, of Glady'a, was here Monday on business. Mrs. IiOnnie Birch is on the sick list this week. Dewey Kriscoe was a business visitor at Xena Thursday. Cecil L. Heed, of Genet, visit ed friends here last Sunday. 13. F. Hatton was in Stanton one day last week on business. Cecil Heed, of Genet, visited the home of Luther James Tucs day. Miss Lula Spencer was the guest of Miss Lyda James Wednesday night. Mrs. Pop Wireman, of Rogers, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Townsend. "Uncle" Will Morton, who has been very ill. for some time, is improving fast.v Verlon James and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Smyth, of Xena Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. Bowen were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ewen Monday night. Misses Bernice Crowe and Sal he Burns visited Miss Mildred Briscoe Sunday. Misses Mildred and Ora Bris coe were the guests of Misses Ila and Ira James Thursday. Several from Nads attended church at Chop Chestnut Sunday. All report a line meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan. James were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil lett Townsend Wednesday. Charlie Crabtree returned from Torrent Tuesday where he has been working for quite a while. Cecil Howell, of South Fork, is visiting his grandpareuts, Mr. and Mrs. David Howell, this week. Misses Nettie and Leatha Line visited their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Verlon Lane, of Pilot, Tuesday night. Boy James visited Cecil and Hiram Heed Wednesday and at tended prayer iuetiug at Chop Chestnut. Cain Briscoe and son, Dewey, of Cow Creek, visited his mother, Mrs. Tilda Briscoe, of Mountain Springs, Sunday. Miss Minnie Crabtree and little brother, of Chop Chestnut Ridce, visited Misses Emma and Ina Beed Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Townsend, Mrs. Emily Willhoit and daugh ter, Miss Lula Spencer, visited Mrs. Lizzie James Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatrnn, of Rogers, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hi ram Townsend Tuesday niehtand went to Lexington Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Alice Stamper, and Mr. Stamper." 5 t f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ' ? ? ? V ? v t ? f ? ? ? ? v z z z z z z z z z Lower Farm Implement Prices The break has come. For sometime prices paid for your farm Products have been low. It is but natural for you to want Lower prices on the farm implements used in producing your crops. material as their contribu- Announcement is made by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works of a general price re duction in their lines' that brings prices to the basis of iqi8. They are the first to make this reduction and are taking the loss that the move brings for there has been little reduction in labor or tion in hastening a return to .normal conditions. This is your opportunity to secure new, up-to-date Oliver quality implements that will help you produce a full crop, and get them at a price in line wilh the reduced prices on your farm products. Our stock consists of iron and wood beam breaking Plows, Hill side Plows, Cultivators, Plow Points and parts. At your service to order any implement or part you may need. Thornhill Wagons and repairs, Axles and Skeins for Studebak- er and Mitchel Wagons, Tire Iron and fellows. Let us order you a tailor made Suit for spring and summer. Just received tailoring outfit and are prepared to take your measurment for suit in latest styles and colors at popular prices. We also have good line of ready made Suits-all wool, various . Colors. Hard wick Company y y y V V t y y y y V t y y y f y y y y y y y y v y V t I y T y y '? ? V y y V TACKIT BRANCH Lire Stock Sale Saturday O. L. Daniel, one of the lead ing live stock. men of the county, will have a public sale of live stork at II. L- Shimfessel's stable inthiacity Saturday, Feb. 10th. lie will oiler several head of horses, cattle, cheep and hogs. See hand bills for particulars. Margison Buys Car of Fence Frank Margison has purchased a car load of fence and wire which will arrive about March 1st. He ii making attractive prices and all persons needing fence of any kind should get in on this deal ai it ia a very rare one. Valuable Article County Apeta, II. II. Harrison, has a very valuable article to farmers on the second page of this iiue, Every farmer who reads The Times will read this article with iuterest. Venard Wireman was calling ou friends here Sunday. Herbert I'rofitr was the guest of Willie McCoy Monday night. The big merchandise store on the creek now belonga to Geo. Woodward. Kev. Morris Huck was the wel comed guest of J. A. Rogers Sat urday night and Sunday, Isaac Profit visited the be'dside of Albert Morton, Sunday, who has been very ill for some time. Mrs. MaryL. Townsend and Misses Ollie and Dome Town send were the guests of Mrs. Kee Lewis Saturday after noou. Sunday was rezular meeting day at Koger's Chapel. Quite a large crowd was in attendance aud was addressed by Rev. Mar tin Lanson. Mrs. Emily Willhoit and daugh ter, Miss Lula Spencer, who have been visiting their many friends and relatives here, will sown leave for their home near Rogers. liruce Rogers and Willie Mc Coy, two of our old time miners, are digging some coal for Kee Lewis aud any nue else who wish. es to buy. They are making good ! progress in the business. The roads are muddy around here now but Spring is coming soon to dry up tl mud. Jur wait a few weeks longer until we get the gold paved street com pleted from "I,ow (Jap" to the (ligh Kock mountain. - '"Old Tt.be." More than 12,000 Kentucky boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 18 years have already been enrolled and 10,000 more are expected to be enrolled in junior agricultural clubs during 1921 as a result of a recent proc lamation made by (Jvo. Edwin 1- Morrow, signifying a club en rollment week, according to re sults of the campaign which are being compiled iu the oilice of C. W. Buckler, state leader of junior dub work iu Keutucky. Notice to Gty Taxpayers All persons owing taxes due Clay City must settle same ut once or I will be compelled to levy and sell to enforce collec tion. No further delay will' be indulged. All must come for ward and pay up at once to es cape the penalty. A. l Johnson, City Collector. Trees for Spring Planting Write for Free Catalog offering Fruit and Shade Trees, Bloom ing Shrubs, Small Fruits Grape Vines, Perennials Evergreens, Hedging, Rosea Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Kentucky. Financial Statement of Town of Clay City, Ky. Bal. on hand Jan. 1, 1920 $ 1530.51 Taxes collected(yr.U)'O) 1,057.71 Licenses and fines . . 81 )" Rec'd from County Supt. part II. S. expense . . 350.(0 Rec'd from State School Fund 872 88 Tuitious collected . . 33. 00 Donations 5 (() Total .... $3,0.11.05 Disbursements. Teachers' salaries . . $',502.75 Clerks 55.00 Janitor 05 .10 O Repairs to streets . . 20!). 50 Coal and supplies for school . . . . , 127.30 10 'c of Tax collected 120 12 Police protection . . 75 5o Insurance on school 43 00 Rep iirs to roof at school 248.53 3,502.00 Jan. 3,11)21, bal. on hand 12810 8,031. OA Eugene K. Freeman, Clerk. Stop, Think a Moment! Don't throw those good cooking utensils and other household aril cles away. Consult us, wehae the very remedy which will make them irood as new Mendentc. Ouly 25 cents a box of 12, by mail 2'i cents. Yours truly, E. F. Harris, Clay City, Ky. Moves Back to Pilot ''Uncle" Reuben Townn nd moved lunt week back to his old home at lilt. "I'ncle Hube lm made u imd ritueu and wen :ret tu lose bin..