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An examination of teacher for city and rural rchools will he held on the third Friday and Saturday in June (June 17-18). Three lists of questions for this examination will be eent out from State Superintendent's oflicc,and the answer papers will be return ed to the state office for pradiug tnd the issue of certificates. The elementary list includes the usual twelve elementary sub jects, and the elementary certify icate qualifies for teaching in the eight elementary grades below high school. Teachers expecting to teach in the cities of the first four classes are not required to be examined in Agriculture. If they wish to use their certificates for rural school work they will then be required to qualify in that remaining subject. The High School list of ques tions includes ten High School subjects, as follows: General Sci ence, General History, American History and Civics, Arithmetic, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Gram mar and Composition, Ilitearture and first year Latin, and Theory and Practice of teaching. The high school certificate qualifies for both elementary and high 6chool teaching. Applicants for this certificate must be at least 18 years of age. The state Certificate list in eludes the twelve elementary subjects, also algebra and litera ture. Applicants for this certifi cate must have taught at least two years and be at least twenty one years of age. It Costs Money to Travel With high railroad fares and higher hotel bills fewer people this year will go to health resorts to get rid of impurities in the system that cause rhuematic pains, backache, . swollen, sore and painful joints and muscles. If you need relief and do not want to leave home, try Foley Kidney Pills. Sherman Kobbins A: Sons local agents. Old newspapers for spring cleaning at Times office. EOSSLYTi Miss Sylvia Skidmore, who has been visiting in Mt. Sterling, has returned. Horn, last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meadows, a girl Edn Clay. Miss Mabel Daniel, of Bowen, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Morton. Misses Desta Alberta Derickeoo and Clara Katherine Martin have been very sick but are little bet ter now. Little Miss Lucille Wills, of Cain creek, was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Conlee last week. ' Miss Pauline Martin, the five year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cland Martin, stuck a rusty nail in her foot and is suffering very much. Matt and Vina Henningfield were in Clay City Saturday and Sunday visiting their sister, Mrs. Topher Daniel and Mr. Daniel, and attended the show there Saturday. Among those who attended the show at Clay City were: Fieldon Townsend, George Martin, Maney Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bran denburg, and daughter, Hazel, and Miss Frances Brandenburg and others we didn't learn. Be Prepared! THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR ADVERSITY IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOR THE NEXT DAY. ACCUMULATING A BANK ACCOUNT IS THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST TOMORROW'S MISFOR TUNES. a Clay City National Bank. Fourth-Class Postmaster Examination. The United States Civil Ser vice Commission has announced an examination to oe neia at Lombard, Ky. on June 2."3, 1!21 as a result of which it is expect ed to make certification to fill a contemplated vacancy in the po sition of fourth-class postmaster at Lombard and other vacancies as they may occur at this office, unless it shall be decided in the interests of the service to fill the vacancy by reinstatement. The compensation of the postmaster at this office was $247 for the last fiscal year. Applicants must have reached their twenty-first birthday on the date of the examination. Applicants must reside within the territory supplied by the post office for which the examination is announced. Application blanks, Form 175JJ, and full information concerning the requirements of the exami nation can be secured from the postmaster at the place of vacan cy or from the UnitedStates Civ il Service Commission at Wash ington, 1). C. Applications should be proper ly executed and filed with the Commission at Washington, I). ('., at the earliest practicable date. Good For Women, Too Foley Cathartic Tablets have long been a favorite physic with men. Women suffer as much as men do from indigestion and con stipation. Mrs. Geo. Powers, 81 Winthrop Ave., lievere, Mass., writes: "1 have taken Foley Ca ihirtic Tablets and I recommend them to everyone." They banish biliousness, headache, gas. Sher man Kobbins k. Sons local agents Why be Bothered with Tire Trouble? On Account of Worn-Out Casings and Tubes 6000-mile Firestone Tires are now only The weather is hot and it's very bothersome to have to make so many changes on the road, and remember to equip your Ford with casings all around it now costs al together LESS THAN $50.00 Why delay longer. Come in and let us fit you up. CLAY CITY MOTORS CO. SPOUT SPRING Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snowden, of Winchester, were here Dec oration Day to honor their dead. Perry Harnett is very low at this writing, and the end is thought to be but a question of a few days at most. Little Margaret McKinney, eighteen-months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney, was very ill first of the week, but is much better now. Memorial services was con ducted Sunday morning at Jack son's chapel by Hev. Sherman Kobbins, of Clay City. A good crowd attended. Sweet Potato. Plant Porto Kico and Nancy Halls. Fine plants. 2(H) for $1.00; 500 $1.75; 1000 $2.75, by mail postpaid. Kxpress rol led $2.00 perM. Tomato plants aim price. Plant circular free. FliUITVALE NUKSEKIKS Albany, Alabama. Getting Along Good Wowen are as great. sull"erers from kidney and bladder ail ments as men. Mrs. Carey, Box 01, It. F. D. No. 2, Middletown, N. V., writes: "I had kidney trouble ever "since I was a little girl, but I am getting alone good since I have taken Foley Kidney rills." They help the kidneys. Sherman Robbins h Sons local agents. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under this head atone centa word per insertion. WANTED Stock for, pasture. Any number up to 20 head. Grans, Halt and jare. We are expecting to have in a few days a mature registered Jersey Hull for public service. Also two lit ters of Ilig Hone Type Poland China Pigs for sale, farrowed April 18th. College Farm. Stanton, Ky. 20-3t AGENTS WANTED Wanted tWo good live agents to sell to every home and business place a well advertised article that sells on right. Only a small amount of money required. 100 prof it. For particulars write Kincaid (irierson, Hoom 45, Louis Ulock, Day ton, Ohio. 19-12t. FARM FOR SALE About 2) acres of Montgomery county Blue Grass land, situated about five miles south of Mt. Sterling, Ky., on the Camargo pike. This land is all in grass, and has on it a tenant house, stock barn and scales. The pri -e is one hundred dollars per acre. Apply to A. C. HOG IE, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 19-4t. MALE HELP WANTED (Jet busy. Keep busy. Is your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want a life long bus iness. You can get into such a busi ness selling more than 1.J7 Watking Products direct to farmers if you own auto or team or can get one ; if you are under 50 and can give bond with per sonal sureties. We back you with big selling helps, 52 years in business. 20,oo0,0(o users of our products. Write for information where you can get ter ritory. J. II, Walking Co., Depertinent 111', Winona, Minn. FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS FOR CACKACHE. 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