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J. E. Da? her, : : Publisher. A HOME-MADE PAN2R. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1041 SUBSCRIPTION HATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEA II. Entered as second-class mail mat t at the Post Office at Gay City, Cy., under the Act of Congress of tfarch 3. 1879. BLADE. Miss Ethel Combs is very sick at Nada with fever. (Jeorjre Ewen was in Stanton Saturday to consult Dr. Lem ming. 1 Miss Margaret AJ am s, of Fen wick, is visiting friends and rel atives here. Miss Nora Spencer, who lias been visiting the Misses Ford, left for her home at Tallega Fri day. Jacob C. EweD and Willie Uoyd represented the Juniors at Icxington State meeting last week. Migses Ha, Maggie and Rosa Ford and Miss Nora Speiicer vis ited friends at Stanton last Wednesday. E. T. E won is visiting hTs wife and two little daughters at Stur geon. All will return home in a fhort while. Mr. and Mrs Lee Drunks have returned home trm Virgini i. Mrs. Hrooks' health is very much improved. Mrs. Minnie Faulkner and daughters, Missu Connie and Lu cille, visited relatives iu Fayette county last week. Charley Gosney, o f Wolfe county, visited Kl Profit t here. He was euroute to Lexington to represent some order. Alviu Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Morton D. Powell, of Alvin, Wis., visited relatives here and attend ed the Rjptist Association at Nada. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Even and little daughter, Milicent, return- ed to their home at Fenwick last Friday after a weeks visit with relatives in this county. Miss Breeze's pupils will give a play at the school house Friday night, Every body come. This lends encouragement to the chil dren as well as the teacher. Wm. Ilardwick, Sheriff Gar rett, Floyd Wills and Hen Hat ton attended the sale of Even & Company's store here. The stock of goods was sold to Ernest Aus tin Faulkner. Dewey Fulks returned home Saturday from the hospital much improved. He was accompanied to Lexington last week by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Fulks, Ernie Fulks, and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Caudill. Mrs. Charley Pasley returned home Tuesday after spending a few days with relatives here. She reports Mr. Pasley much improv ed, and expects to bring him home in a short time. Mr. Pas ley had a severe attack of 11 u three years ago and has been mi der treatment at the asylum at Lexington for some time. The Association held at Nada Friday, Saturday and Sunday was well attended from different counties and 6tates. Several ar rests were made for drunkenness and bad conduct. We speak of this with shame when we can't have a meeting without such as this. 'Ti time for some author ities to show their color. Sheriff's Sale. Old Age Not Always the Cause Men and women under 40 years of age who feel tired out, with aches and pains and sore and stiff Joints and muscles, should nut attriixite these to on-coming age when they are but symptoms of Kidney and bladder trouble. Foley Kidney Pills help the kid neys remove the cans ofetrouble. Sherman Kobbiiis and Sons local agents. fly virtue of Execution No. 3flol di rected to me, which iisiod from the Clerk's ofliee of the Lee Circuit Court in favor of Carrie Toler against Arch Toler. lor one of my Deputies, will, on Monday, the 8rd dny of Octolwr, 1921, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'ilock l. M., at the Court house door in Stanton, Count! of Pow ell, Kt., expose to Tublic Sale to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much theieof as may be neces sary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and costs), to"-wit : fMJ.71, A certain boundary of land consisting of three tracts, located on the waters of P.lnck Creek, a tribu tary of lied river, in snid County, and adjoining the Lonas tract, the John Howies tract and the Dudley Parker tra?t, and Vnown as the Richard Neel land, and conveyed to Joe Toler and sons by D. (t. Cason, by deed recorded in book No. 18, page 34U of Powell 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. TEUflS: Sale will be made on a credit of six months bond w ith approv ed security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per i-cnt per annum from day of sale, and having the force and elTcct of a Replevin bond, this 1st day of September 1921 . WM. UAH RETT. Sheriff Powell County. Crop Report Kentucky's crop prospects now indicate the production of a corn crop of only about 01,1)91,000 bushele compared to 100,(."0,000 bushels in 1920, and a tobacco crop of only ill 4,7:18,000 pounds compared to 4l7,O0,O0O pounds last, year, according to the Sep tember crop report issued from Louisville and Frankfort by the United States Hureau of Markets and Crop Estimates, in co oper ation with State Commissioner of Agriculture. Oats are estimated at (5,728, 0(H) bug. compared to S.Sio.OOO bus. produced last year; potatoes 3, 741,000 bin. compared to (5, l&i, 000 bus. last year; sweet potatoes 1,727,000 bus. compared to 1, 81)0,000 bus. barley 108,000 bus. compared to 112,000; total apples 1,172,000 bus. compared to 5, 780,000; commercial apples, on ly, 9,000 barrels (of 3 bus. each) compared to 250,000 bbls. last year; peaches 120,000 bus. coin- pared to 1,500,000 bus. last year; pears J0,o00 bus. compared to 308,000 bus. last year; and 8or. ghum for syrup 4,400,000 gallons compared to 4,825,000 gallons last year. Ready to Help You I If vou are subject to bilious ness, gas, bloating, sick head ache, sour stomach or other ills that result from indigestion and constipation, you can get quick relief with Foley Cathartic Tab lets. They are a genuine, whole some physic an ideal laxative that all'ords prompt, sure and safe help. Sherman Robbing and Sons local agents. 9 Third Annual $ Powell County Agricultural X and School Fair Stanton, Ky. September 23rd and 24th. f f Y Y Y t r t r t ? Y Y Y T V V t Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y A TOTAL OF 94 PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED. A Y Let's all strive to make this Fair the y y success it deserves to be. X Help Those Who Help Themselves i f The road from Clay City to Irvine has justly been re- f t garded the worst of the main roads leading from Clay City. i" The people for the first five miles out have been persistent j f agitators for a good road to Clay City. Three miles of f Hthia road is in Powell and two miles in Estill county. These J people have never demanded, but only asked help. To j f date they have subscribed and paid $4,254 00 on this road f and the bridge acroas the river, as follows: 5 J On Bridge..: , .....$1,122 00 i I On cutting down Hill three years ago.... 1.G32 70 ' t On Estill county road this summer 1,500 00 f f Total 4,254 70 f 1 Estill is completing its two miles of road, but Powell t i is not aiding in the construction of its three miles, but the I J people are, and work is progressing Don't you wish to v uvijji iiicnmau mis suoscnpuon oianK touay witn any Special Men's and Boys' Punts atone fourth oil" the Regular Trice. Come in and look tliem over. Mrs. William. Automobile Insurance Ever looking to the economic aide of automo bile operation for our customers, we have added a new line of protection for every car owner of Powell County. All customers using our celebrated CRYSTALINE TRANSMISSION GREASE and having any break in their differential Gears will be given new parts Absolutely Free. The lubrication of this superior grease is so eftichnt that the liability of breaks is so small that the company putting it out offers unqualifiedly nsw gears when breaks occur. Come in and let us fill your machine with Grease that actually does protect you from loss. CLAY CITY MOTORS CO. We sell Tires that will not puncture and Hassler Shock Absorbers that saves your Ford springs. FOR GOOD BARBERING TRY J. B. LUCAS AT THE BOB STONE BUILDING CLAY CITY, KY. Scalp and Tonsorial treatment a specialty. HAIRCUT AND SHAVE. 40c. Overalls and Work Shirts 1 defy Competition, Quality considered. I have one of the best lines in the country, in hoth Shirth and Overalls?. Thev are full cut right. a nd well Mrs. made. Trices Williams. Helped Her and Her Husband Backache, rheumatic pains, still joints, sore muscles, sallow, lies?, irregular bladder action and symptoms of kidney trouble are promptly banished by Foley Kidney Fills. Mrs. Anna Mor row, I'iqua, O , says: "Mr. Mor row and I have used Foley Kid uey Fills many years." We keep them on hand. Sherman Kol bins and Sons local agents. amount from $1 to $25 to Clay City Times and proper credit will be given through these columns. .192 , T desire to aid the Powell-Estill Road Donation Fund, and am thus enclosing. ... Dollars $. to forward the work now begun on this road. For Over Thirty Years This bank has been a hading factor in the commercial, industrial and agricul tural development of Powell and adjoining Counties. It serves today in the fame spirit of honest helpfulness that has marked its work from the first. It is a part of the business machinery of its capacity, and, as a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, 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. Signed.