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"A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered as second-class mail mat ter at the Post Oflee at Clay City, Cy., under the Act of Congress of liarch 3. 1878. Morria Creek Miss Golden Swaogo, of Stan-, too, attended church tervices here Sunday. Leonard Martin has improved much since the last writing and it is hoped he will continue. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed, we regret to say, have moved to Ros slyn where they intend to make their.home. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Centers, of Torrent, spent the Ust of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Centers. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stephens and little son, Clinton, spent the week-end with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Martin. The Missionary Baptists will hold church services here the 26th and 27th of November. Ev ery body invited to come. Mrs. Henry Benningfield is ill at her home here. For awhile there wasn't much notes for her but she has improved some. Misses Clemmie," Fannie and Jane Steohens spent the week, erti on Hop creek visifins their sister, Mrs. Stella Willoughby. Ilenry Stephens' hand has im proved some since the last writing but is bad enough yet. It will be some time yet before he can go to work. All be in good cheer for Thanksgiving and remember why it was set apart Lets all be thankful for the abundant har vest of the year. Leonard, Clayton and ClefTord Fryar and Clarence Marcum all departed 'Monday morning for Bowling Green where they hope to find work. They went through in a car. x It Helped Her Husband "My husband had a bad back,", writes Mrs. J. McCulleugh, 2:10 Snyder St., Easton, Pa.: "when he sat down he could hardly get up amd would be drawn all over to one side. He took Foley Kid. ney Pills and is now well." If you have stiff joints, rheumatic pains, sore muscles, try Foley Kidney Pills. Sherman Robbius and Sons local agents. czinrr Miss Mildred Brisco.was in Bowen Monday. Andy Hanks left one day last week for 1'mntsville. George Powell and Morris Knox visifed Bert Bowen Sunday. Charlie Crabtree spent the weok-eod with Sherman Reed. Miss Anna B. Lanp spent Sit urday and Sunday witbhome folk. Mrs. Dan Abney and daughter, Nancy, made a trip to Furnace Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hatton visited Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crab, tree Friday; Melvin Morton and Benard Stamper visited Chop Chestnut Saturday night. "4 v Mrs. Margaret Birch and Ethel Hatton, of Rosslyn, spent Thurs day with Mrs. Laura Sons. Misses Mary Belle and Roxie Adams were the guests of Miss Leila Morton Wednesday. Misses Roxie Adams and Nan nie Crabtree were the guests of Minnie Crabtree Tuesday. Miss Ruth Crabtree visited her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dav id Howell, Saturday. Church service was held at the Christian Church Sunday and a large crowd was present. Miss Ida McCoy has gone to Ridgewood and will spend two weeks with Mrs. Key Lewis. Mrs. Lula Rogers and Mrr. Maude Percell visited relatives at Torrent Saturday and Suuday. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Woodard and children are moving to their new.home in Montgome ry county. Miss Gladys Bowen and sister, Zelma, were the guests of Clara Smyth the latter part of last week. J. II. Meadows, who has been at worft at Paintsville, returned Wednesday and will epeud a short time with his family. Mrs Lula Rogers, son and daughter, Virden and Myrtle, were the guests of Mrs. Georgann Crabtree Thursday. Lower Cane Creek. Irvin Prlfrey was at home over Sunday. Bill Vance was here on busi ness Monday. We are having fine weather for hog killing. Walter Wilson was up to Ar nollis Nappierson's busiuess the first of the week. We have plenty of moonshine, even the darkest nlsihts. We'd like to have some officer pay us a 'visit. We had the first token of win ter here Sunday morning tfhen snow covered t h e ground in 6 $9 Crt ADEQUATE BANKING FACILITIES Are absolutely necessary for the farmer who dsires to conduct his business in a systematic and businesslike way. The CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK uu pw and surrounding County farmers in carrying on their business and developing their properties in every way consistent with sound banking practices! Our. complete resources, experienced staff, and familiarity with the field, together with our FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBERSHIP and its advantages in safety and facilities, enable us to serve our com munity's agricultural interests to exceptional advantage. places. . Our school is progressing nice ly. We are practicing for our Xmas program to be given De cember 23. The weather and roads are get ting bad in this par of the coun ty ami our Sunday school attend ance is falling oil'. Miss Carrie Nappier, Shade Ep ersou, Mr. aud Mrs. Leonard Campbell took dinner with Mr. aud Mrs. John King. . Misses Alemma.and Ora Napi er and Miss Delia C. PurUood spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Mil and Lydia Ba ker. Misses Mila and Lydia Baker, Ora and Clemma Nappier and Miss Portwood attended meeting at Bowen Saturday nisrht ac companied by Mr. Brack Baker. PATSEY. Eliga Baker made a business trip to Irvine Wednesiay. Oeie Rogers spent Fri lay night with Mrs. Climmie Abney. James Rogers attended church at Roger's Chapel Sunday and took dinner with his uncle, J. A. Rogers. Hermon Edwards and Robert Hatton have their old jobs buck on Bobby's Ridge and are well pleased. The Cold spell has corne at last, so come on and let's all have some good old sansaiie, spare ribs and back bone. Buell Abney has left I'atsey agaiu and landed in Puintsyille, where he has a good job drilling at 17.00 a day and board. Mrs. Mary Stewart and two lit tle girls, Freeda and Loretta, spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. Climmie Abney. We regret to give up Mr and Mrs. Sal.v Abney, who are mov ing to Big Sinking oil fields and will not be back for sorye time. Elvira Abney is spending a few days with her mother-in-law, Mollie Abney, and took dinner with Mrs. Climmie Abney Friday. Mrs. Climmie Abney and two little daughters, Estill and Love nia are spending a few days with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rogers, at Xena. ' George Moful, of near Cob Hill, fell dead a few days ago. Mr. Mo ful had just been working and it was a great surprise to all who knew him. So "Be ve ready one und'all for no man -knows the hour wheu the son of man com eth." "Onion Eater." Husband and Wife Writes Mr. ai.d Mrs. James Carson, Columbus, N- M., signs a le.ter I saying, "We shall nev9r be with out Foley Cathartic Tablets fof we believe them to be essential to good health." They keep the stomach sweet, liver active and bowels regular. Banish consti- Ipation, indigestitin, biliousness, sick headache. Sherman Robbis & Sons local agents. FALL PLANTING Of all kinds of Hardy Trees, Shrubs, Hedge, Giape - Vines, Roses, Perennials, Evergeens, Rhu bard Etc. is Recommended in our Catalog. Price List and Guide is Free to Every one Interested in Good Nursery Stock. NO AGENTS. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, LEXINGTON. KY. Advertise In The Times. FOR SALE Dwelling of 7 Rooms with Barn aud all outbuildings,- Crist Mill and Store Room on 14 acres good land. Located on good pike 10 miles from Winchester in Clark County, Ky. Did $40,00000 business Ust Public Sale of Land FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1921 10 A. M. on the Premises . f : - "-J APy Find countless uses in the kitchen. It cleans cutlery, kettles, tins, porcelain, china, earthenware, linoleum, oil doth, refrigerators, tile, marble, shelves nd floors. See that the name SAPOL10 is on every package. cr:cc:i izz-zxtn sera co. r jw Yei U.8.A. Sixty-five acres of Bottom Land, fifty acres of which is un dercultivation. Twelve acres of this boundary overflows every year. Located 1J miles of Rosslyn. Conveniant to school and church. Good neighborhood. It is known as the Bill Ewen tract of land, lying on the wat ers of Wed River, and only miles east of Stanton, Ky. This farm has on it one Dwell ing of 5 rooms; one Tobacco Barn; Stock Barn and other outbuildings. ' Terms: Cash. HEIRS OF Viixdsatc Indercon DECEASED. We write all kinds of city and farm insurance in Powell and Estill Counties. G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Agent, S. B. TRACY, Agent, S CLAY CITY, KY. WINCHESTER, KY. . LISTEN! Try our Ensoco Ground Coffee i lb. pack age 25 cents? perfect satisfaction or money back. White Mule, Bulk Roast Coffee, a good one, for 15 cents. 5 lb. Crystal White Syrup. 33 cents per can. Fel's Naptha Soap 8c. or two for 15 cents. Nice line Crackers and Cakes. Do not over look our Pure Su gar Candy, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars. Cigarettes and Drugs. Cocacola on ice. two for 15 cents, and Ch! that Dixie that has the kick, try it. - J! J. GURRY.