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J. E. Cur jhcr, : : Publisher. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH. Entered as second-class mail mat ter at th Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congreea of M arch 3. 1879. ROSSLTN. Miss Lyda James visited Miss Nora Smith Saturday night. Miss Gladys Lowe lias gone to Falcon to be with Mrs. II. T. Ewen a while. Miss Hoyt Tipton was week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Callie Pelfry, at Torrent. Mr. and Mss. Aley Skidmore and children, of Winchester, were here visiting relatives over Sun day. Misses Mina Conlee, Zula Mar tin, Maude and Vina Penning lield were in Stanton last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Hert Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Gother Martin and lit tie daughter, Gertrude, were with home folks over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lice Moreland and little daughter, Celia, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moreland and children were at Furnace lust week vifiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and Mrs. Mary Frazier. Mrs. Martha Rose, of Clay City and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ben ningfield, of Stanton, were here last week to see their sister, Mrs fannie Morton, who has been very bad Bick for some time and is yet in a very serious condition When Your Child Starts to Schoo! Common colds are infectious Protect your own and other little ones wih Foley's Hooey and Tar This safe family remedy checks coughs and colds, loosens phlegm and mucous and coats raw, irri tating membranes with a heal ing, soothing medicine. The genuine Foley's contains no opi ates. She rman Kobbins and Sons local agents. , VAUGHN'S MILL. ' It is said by folks who are sup posed to know that our county is the best off in Sunday Schools, counting; the number of schools based on the population. Other counties of the state must be in a bad condition when it comes to the question of Sabbath school, as we cau readily see the need of more work along these lines that should be carried on in our home county. Powell county has H3 public school districts and out of thetae there are only 10 which are represented by a Christian body who mean to carry the Word of God to children and others through the channels of Sunday Schools. Which had you rather give up if you had to give up either preaching services or Sun day School services? I would say thousauo times it would be bet ter to give up preaching than Sunday School as the word of God fays "Neglect not the aserabliog of yourselves together on the first day of the week." Then the thought comes, how is a church body going to assemble when 4 I 1. . . I. I 1 I metre ia uieatuiiiK uihj mice a month and in some communities not that often. The house of God and communication with Him can be carried on without a pas tor through a good live Sunday School. The world, it seems to this scribe, has gone after dollars and cents and the majority of men and women have no time for Jesus. Most people if hey knew there would be some kind of business carried on at the church, such as buying, selling etc., for gain and there would be a chance for them no doubt they would be ou hand to receive their part, but take it on the other hand, religion cannot be bought or sold, consequently the major ity cares .nothing about it. Of course, if the Sunday School Superintendent and teachers go there just merely to discuss lit erature and the current events of the day then they had better be at home or some where else. ine idea is to meet in t lie same accord as the Aposlles of old ral lying around the standard, who is Jesus Christ, and instill in the heartsand mindsof the little ones Christ and Him crucified. Base ball and motor cars are clipping Sunday Schools everywhere and their congregations are drifting by degrees away from the Mas ter and Savior. Folks, don't go too far away but turn, come back. lend a helping hand to those who need your assistance from a Spir itual standpoint of view. "Faith without works is dead." Can you work a little? Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of Execution No. 3601 di rected to me, which issued from the Clerk's oflice of the Lee Circuit Court in favor of Carrie Toler against Arch Toler. I or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday, the 3rd day of October, 1021, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock I At., at the Court house door in Stanton, County of Pow ell, KVm expose to I'uhlie Kale to the highest bidder, the following property (or ho much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and costs), to-wit: 6.71, A certain boundary of land consisting of three tracts, located on the waters of Black Creek, a tribu tary of lied river, in said County, and adjoining the Lonas tract, the John How let. tract and the Dudley Tarker tract, and known as the Richard Neel land, and conveyed to Joe Toler and sons by D. (K Cason, by deed recorded in book No. 18, page 3-13 of PowelJ Coun ty Court records, to which references is made for more particular descrip tion. This sale includes only a one fourth undivided interest levied upon as the property of Arch Toler. ir.u. ia: pmiic win be inaue on a credit of six months bond with approv ed security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Replevin bond, this 1st day of September 1821. WM. OAKKKTT, Sheriff Powell County. -V Bowen School Grades for Second Month. Sixth Grade. j Pains Were Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. U. No. I.BTuford, 111., got rid of her ills. "During ... I was awfully weak . . . "My pains were terrific. I thought i would die. me bearing-down pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower Fart of my stomach . . simply felt as it life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . One evening, while read ing the Birthday Alma nac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. TAKE Mil Tie Woman's Tonic "Hook it faithfully aad the results were immedi ate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get bet ter, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and my self thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old', feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by dis orders peculiar to women. Take Cardui Helped Her and Her Husband Backache, rheumatic pains, stiff joints, sore muscles, sallow- ness, irregular bladder action and symptoms of kidney trouble are promptly banished by Foley Kidney Tills. Mrs. Anna Mor row, Piqua, O., says: "Mr. Mor row and I have used Foley Kid ney Pills mauy years." We keep them on hand. Sherman Hob bins and Sons local agents. :: y t t f A y y y y Third Annual Powell County Agricultural and School Fair Stanton, Ky. September 23rd and 24th. t X ! X y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y i y -y y y t y y y y A TOTAL OF 94 PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED. A Let's all strive to make this Fair the success it deserves to be. fM.MM i y V t Y Sheriffs Sale of Merchandise Pursuant to an order made by the judge of the Powell County Court, on orders of attachment issue in the suits of Graham Pumganer Company, David Ades and the Malian Company, against Ewen A: Company, pending in the Powell Circuit, I will on the Pith day of September, 19M, at Slade, Kentucky, oiler for sale to the highest and best bidder, a stock of gpneral merchandise valued at $11)00.00 and consisting of dry goods, groceries, shoes, notions, and such things as is us ually kept in a general store; all new goods. Stock will be oiler ed as a whole first, one half cash and balance on CO days time. If not sold as a whole, will be sold in parcels, all sums of not ex ceeding $20.00 cash, and over that amount, on CO days time. Win, GAHHETT. S. P. C. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under thin head at one cent n word er insertion. Overalls and Work Shirts I defy Competition, Quality considered. 1 have one of the best lines in the country, in both Shirth and Overalls. They are full cut and well made. Prices right. Mrs. Williams. FOR SALK Ford touring ar in good condition. Price. $'.'5 l. William I.ybce, West r.end. Kentucky. FARM WANTED I want to hear from jmrty having farm for sale, (live price and description. 15. H. Howard, Champaign, Illinois. WONDERFUL Aim CLE-To stop leaks in all' cooking utensils and many other things used in the home Men dets. We have them by the package of 12. 25 er.ts. by mail 'Jtf ents. K. F. Harris, Clay City, Ky. FOIi SALE The Hoard of Church Extention of the United Presbyterian Church of North America desire to sell the United Presbyterian Church, at Clay City, including the building find lot. Persons desiring to purchase will call on John 1). Atkinson, Stanton, Ky. AGENTS WANTED Wanted two good live agents to sell to every home and business place a well advertised article that sells on right. nly a small amount of money required. loOj'J prof it. For particulars write Kineaid A: Grierson. Iioom 4 , Louis Block, Day ton, Ohio. 19-1 2t . FOR GOOD BERBERING TRY J. B. LUCAS AT THE BOB STONE BUILDING CLAY CITY, KY. calp andTonsorial treatment a specialty. HAIRCUT AND SHAVE. 40c. MALE 1 1 ELI WANTED 4ot) Wat kins Men are making money selling 174 standard nationally advertised pro ducts direct from manufacturer to farmers. Why be idle? Here's your life chance. If you own team or auto, are under ft) and can give bond we start you with big stock of goods all farmers need. Nearby territory open. J. K. WatkinsCo., Dept. 112, Winona, Minn. 30-4t Special Men's and Hoys' Pants atone fourth oir the Kegular Price. Come in and look them over. Mrs. Williams. 1)8 1)3 100 1)3 1)2 1)3 1)4 t8 100 75 per cent. Sallie Burrus, Gounie Holmes, Willie Heed, Annie Crabtree, Hazel Bowen, Annie Stamper, James Moreland, Iva Heed, Bernice Crowe, Opal Bowen, Eighth Grade. Iia Ewen, l3 per cant. Kosj Ewen, incompetent. Our "Parent Teacher Asaoci atioo" met August 12th and Mr. John Crabtree waa elected Presi. dent; Mr. Wm. II. McCall, Sec retary and Mr. James Heed Treasurer. We are all working together for a good school. lira. Wm. II. McCall, Teacher. For Over Thirty Years This bank has been a leading factor in the commercial, industrial and agricul- Cri tural development of Fowell and adjoining Counties. 1 1 It serves today in the same spirit of honest helpfulness that has marked its work from the first. It is a part of the business machinery of capacity, and, as a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTE?I, it supplies the most complete protection for funds and the most helpful co-operation in the handling of financial transactions of every kind. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK.