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We htd a nice rsin this week which was badly needed. Mrs. A. P. Bertram ipentSat urday night with Mrs S. A. Eas ter. A. P. Bertram attended the Masonic Lode Saturday night at Torrent. Courtney Brewer and wife pent the day with Leslie Brewer and wife last Sunday. Mrs. Nicklea from Indiana has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Amos Wells last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ovey Brewer, of Wolfe county, visited their broth er, Leslie Bewer, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gother Martin and little daughter, Gertrude, spent bunday with home folks. O. D. Snowden, the Superin tendent, visited from Saturday night till Monday with bis family. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wells and family spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Asa Delaocey. Dr. A.J. Azbill, the dentist, from Dayton, Ohio, will be with us at the camp next week doing dental work. where he is at work in the oil field. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Merrel were the week-end guests of Kay Mc Coy. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morton were the guests of Abraham Crab- tree Sunday. Bewell Abney and family, of I'atsey, were week end guests of J. A. Rogers. Isaac Reed has moved here from Estill county. We are glad to have him with us. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Spencer and little son, Gorden, visited the latter' grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mullens, Sunday night. Sheriff's Sale. By Virtue of Execution No. 970 dl reeled to me, which issued from the Clerk' Oflice of the Powell Circuit Court, in favor of Nannie Johnson Ac I, or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday, the 3rd day of October, 1921, between the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M and 4 o'clock P. M., at the Courthouse door in Stanton. Ky.. County of Powell Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bertram' K to Public Sale to the high- and little daughter, Hazel, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lodie Lovett Suuday. The house wives are very busy canning and making grape jelly. There is a bountiful crop of wild grapes this year. XENA James Powell and family visit ed Bert Hall Sunday. A large crowd attended the ball game here Sunday. A. S. Pasley, of Furnace, pass ed here Sunday enroute to Bowec. Key Lewis has moved to Leeco, est bidder, the following property (or no much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiff' debt, interest, and coet), to wit: $H77. 61, a certain boundary of land on the head waters of llardwick's Creek, and adjoining the lands of Ambrose Btillard and Francis Blythe, and con taining abont 50 acres, levied upon as the property of O. W. Shoemaker. TERMS: Sale will be made on i credit of six months bond with approv ed security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent pt-r annum from day of sale, and having the force Classified Advertisements Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per insertion. FOR SALE Ford touring aar In good condition. Trice, 2.'A William Bybee, West Bend. Kentucky. FOH SALE The Board of Church Extention of the United Presbyterian Church of North America desire to sell the UniteJ Tresbylerian Church at Clay City, Including the building and Int. Persons desirins to purchase will call on John D. Atkinson, Stanton, Ky. FAUM FOK SALE Forty acres of land five miles from Clay City on the new Irvine road. Twelve acres in cultivation, balance in timber and grass. Three room dwelling and nec essary outbuildings. Plenty of stock water, young orchard and some ma tured fruit trees. Price I2,2j0. For fur ther information apply at Times oflice. FAUM FOH SALE On North Fork, containing 460 acres, one-half mile of school. One hundred acres In river bottom. Hood orchard, fine spring, four room dwelling, barn and all other outbuildings. Well watered, lot of rockI timber. One and one-half mile of Nada, nearest railroad station. All in pasture except about thirty acres in corn. For further information apply to Fred Kin ser, Lombard, Ky. 37-4t. The Winchester Bank, WINCHESTER, KY. MALE HELP WANTED 0' 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 50 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. 36-4t f f y t f t Y f t t f t i x X x X X X Capital, . Surplus and Profits, Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00 225,000.00 100,000.00 Family Always Used It Miss Hedwip Kowalski, 42.1 A. St., South Morehead, Minn., writes : "Folev's Honey and Tar helped me fine. It is the best medicine for a coupli, and our family has always used it." It is a household standby for coughs. and effect of a Replevin bond, this I, -olds, croup, whooping cough, 1 30th day of August, 1921. WM. GAKKETT. Sheriff Powell County. bronchial . coughs and tickling I throat. Sherman Robbing and ' Sous local agents. Hardwick Company Y Y v X THE CASH STORE PRODUCE SAME AS CASH GOING TO DRESS UP FOR THE POWELL COUNTY FAIR? SEPTEMBER 23rd and 24? Come in and let us show you some nobby and conservative Suits just received, ranging in price from $18,00 to $32.00, suitable also for fall and winter use. We have some extra good Suits and Odd Pants at lowest possible price, in blue serge and other colors. New Patterns for ladies' and children's dresses, in Ginghams and Percales in price from 13 to 25c per yard, and other dress fab rics at correct prices. New Outings in many patterns at 12 1-2 to 20C. per yard. Bleach Cotton, 1 5 to 20c per yard. Brown Cotton, 7 i-2C. to 17 i-2c per yard. , Dress Shirts, Everyday Shirts, Flan nel Shirts. Light and Heavy Union Suits, Hosiery and Notions. Overalls, Work Pants, Rain Coats, Duck Coats, Rugs of different kinds. Dress and work Shoes, Harness, Saddlery, Hardware, Tin ware, Thornhill Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Bradley and Vroo man's Paints, United States Casing and Tubes. Motor Oils. Gaso line and Auto Accessories. School Books. Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Inks for the school children. Agents for a reliable Tailoring Company for suits up to $65.00. Full line of Groceries and many other articles for every day use. ALL SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT CUT PRICE. Youro for service, 1 ? Y Y Y t Y Y Y x Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y I y y y y y ? Y Y Y t I X Addison T. Whitt, President. W. D. Strode, Vice Presiednt. W.R.Sphar, " C. B. Strother, Ass't. Cashier. Holly W. Stevenson, Ass't. Cashier. Your account will be appreciated, and handled care fully, and every accommodation granted, consistent with prudent banking methods and safety. Respectfully, ADDISON T. WHITT, Pres. 3 per cent. Interest on Time Deposits. 4 t A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. LISTEN! I will sell while it lasts: 5 Pounds Crystal White Syrup at 33c. per can White Naptha Soap at 7c. per Bar Blue Bird Bread at 9c. per loaf Cocacola at 8c. per bottle. TRY OUR PURE SUGAR CANDY. Yours truly, J. J. CURRY. StamtomTIieatire Now Showing Western Pictures altogether Tuesdays, Thursdays and 3 p Saturdays $ r" Admission, 25c and 15c. r X y y Y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y x y y y y