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J. E. Zzr&zr, : : PubUcHcr. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1922 SUBSCRIPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered m cond-claii mail nut ter at the Post Office at Cay City, Cj., nnder the Act of Congrees of ifarch 3. 1879. IUHrcad' Free Advertising The railroads are Retting all the free apace they can in the form of pretentious "valuable reading matter". Of coarse The Times does not bite at railroad halt, but for the benefit of oar readers we find that these roads in this matter admit they made more than Q on their rated stock in 1910 which was before the rates went up almost double, while in 1020 after the rates went up these roads claim to not have earned 1. These statements prove one or more things: 1st. The excessive rates have prohibited shipping and made the higher rates lower the prof its. 2nd. Or the stock may have been watered to show the deflated conditions. 3rd. Or the whole statements are false. As a concrete example, if when the railroads carried a can cf cream to market from Clay City for 27 cents and made more than 0 per cent on their investment, while now they charge 45 cents and do not make one per cent, it is high time the authorities lower their rate before the railroads go into bankruptcy. 2nd thought. In 1010 when the railroads made 6 per cent, the Government did not Guarantee (percent on their investment. In 11)20 the government did guar anteo G per cent. Of course, the roads did not think of this, but, the Government will have a big bill to pay to make up the G per cent in 1920. It it Not Always Easy To apologize, To begin over, To admit error, To be unselfish, To take advice, To be charitable, To be considerate, To keep on trying, To think and then art, To profit by mistakes, To forgive and forget, To shoulder a deserved blame, BUT IT ALWAYS PAYS. Western ltecorder. Cut This Oti-It Is Worth Money Cut out thia slip, enclose with &c to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive jn return a trial package containing Foley's lion ey and Tar Compound, for coughs colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills . and Foley Cathartic Tab lets. Sherman Kobbius and Sons loca! agents. ' Bald Rock. Fri Jess Adams was at Xena day ca busiuess. ... l!rx Ada Adams was the guest cf I !.-3. Haocy Crabtree Friday. r,x.ru, to the wife of Abe Crab- tree a fine son. Russell Edward Miss Nancy Abner was the guest of Miss Anna Stamper Sat nrday. Tncker Abner and wife visited Yfr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith Friday. Mrs. binda Abner is preparing to return to Wisconsin in the near future. Abner Smith visited his broth er, Lawrence Smith, on Cow creek Friday. Mrs. Kosa Abner and daughter, Nancy, visited Bowen Saturday on business. Charile Crabtree and Jesce Adams were the guests of Weed Adams Friday. Misses Mary B. and Koxie Ad- ams were the guests of Miss Nan me Crabtree Tuesday. Mrs. Oeorgean Crabtree and daughter, Minnin, took a flying trip to Filson Thursday. Mr. V. C. Martin and II. 8. Martin are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Weed Adams for a few days. Miss Stanley Abney and broth er, Clay, visiteo Miss lia ana Clayton, Crabtree Thursday. Mrs. Nannie Briscoe and little daughter, Ora, were the cuests of Mrs. Rosa Abner last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Greeuie Adam? gave the young folks a nice par ty Saturday night and had a nice time. Miss Nora Smith and sister, Nancv, Mr. Virden Rogers and Uenry Brewer were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith last Sunday. There will be church services at Chop Chestnut the Fourth Sat urday and Sunday by brother, Grant Shoemaker and George Briscoe. Something of Interest to You- ANY SERVICE WE CAN REN DER IS ALWAYS CHEERFULLY RENDERED. Officers and Directors of this Bank rec ognize the fact that the interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. When the resources of the Patrons and depositors of the Bank increases the volume of our business increases. It is therefore wise and prudent for us to as sist you to increase your money and property. To this end the most cordial relations between the Officers of the Bank and its Depositors are encouraged. Clay City National Bank. mm mmmm mmm mm Mrs. Mary Adams and grand daughter, Mary B. Adams, made a flying trip to Mr. and Mrs. Gea ry Townsend last Tuesday and has returned home. You cant's have good health with a disordered stomach. Cor rect your stomach disorders with Tanlac and you will keep well and strong. C. Shimfessel. There was a large crowd at Mr. and Mrs. Weed Adams' last Sun day, Misses Lela Morton, Ethel Ilatton, Nancy Abner, Nora Smith, Nannie Crabtree,,Kuthie Crabtree, Myrtle Rogers; Stan ley Abney, Nancv Smith; Messrs. Andy Hanks, Stoner Mar tin, Jefs Adams, Clayton Crab tree, Avria Crabtree, Virden Rogers, Henry Brewer, James Manon, Ola Birch, Ilobert West, and Mrs. Sarah Townsend. People who have been helped by Tanlac are always anxious and willing to tell others about it. C. Shimfessel. liWjftsVftsV-sV-iftsVitVJsWslftsV JsV Afc jftfc Jafc AA. jIa AA. .stk AIfc Afc attsa jftsV afc-stW-W f ? ? t Which Daily Paper? A Question that Is Quickly Answered. The Courier-Journal Largest Morning Circulation of any Kentucky Newspaper. Enjoys a nation-wide prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giv ing news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washing ton and Frankfort. Member of the Associat ed Press. With important legislation coming before Con gress ana Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Journal is the daily newspaper you will need. Seed Catalogs This is the teason of the year for seed catalogs with their usual profuse embellishments and of ten unwarranted glowing de scriptions of the seeds and plants advertised by them. E;ch sea son there is always something very new and rare among the of ferings in many catalogs, which when tried out on our farms t r in our gardens do not prove to le what we expect. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under this head atone cent a word per insertion. FARM FOR SALE Six room house, hnrn, out buildings, part in grass, some wheat, fresh corn land, slose to church and school house. Plenty never fail ing water. Will sell as a whole or in two tracts. Farm 50 acres. Possession to suit purchaser. Call at Times oftT'o. FOR SALE A number 1,'B Clipper Drilling Machine steam capacity ?.r0ft. 7 bits, 2 stems, 2 sets of jars, 4 bailers. From 3 inch to R1,, inch hole. Every thing in first class condition. Inquire Edward Lohmiller, Clay City, Ky. 3-4 1 AUTOS FOK SALE One Buicksix, 1919 Touring and one Studebaker six, 1JM9 touring. Prices right. Highland St eet Garage, Winchester, Ky. 3- V ! Mrs. Brown Tells How Rats Al most Burned Her House Down "For two months 1 never went in our cellar, fearing a rat. One night in bed I 6inelled fire. Sure enough the rat bad been nibbling at the matches. If I hadn't act ed promptly my house would have been burned. Later we found the dead rat. 11AT SNAI kiled it. It's great stuff." Three sizes, 35c, G3c, $1 25. Sold and guaranteed bv J. F. Smith fc Co. and (J. Shimfessel. X T t T T f r r T t t r x By special arrangements we are now able to ofier The Daily Courier-Journal AND THE Clay City Times Both one year, by mall for only $CJ,00 .This offer applies to renewals as well a new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired , start at a later date, and re newals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Th Louisville Timet for the Courier-Journal. Send of bring your orders to the ofllce of t Y y X STOVE Second hand for cotil. at Times Office. Call WM JIT SLEEP WELL how can on expect to be 100 CuiCu-.-.t curl?,,', the djv when vou .i ew'z ul0 night coughing? i o j rnusi l.u c rcliel aud fortunately it is ssvaii'ibic. rciey's Housy and Tar uppl.fts it. Tlie curative influence of this easy-to-takj end absolutely pure compoundh,i8brcue,hf relief to thousands. Jl wUl do the sv ior you. y. t. bnmmmi, lio' :. , t, JM,r.. ,,.. .-m.. for two or three ni ioloy', Ilonry -i tt cougU all Mint niTi.t. In twj Tii.V." 1 "ho rv r i,... -S r J 7 7 The Clay City Times. f I Clark County Farm For Sale l 190 Acres good land. Frame dwelling, six rooms. 10 Acre combined barn. Plenty water. Price $130 per acre. J W writs all kinds of city and farm insurance in Powell and J Estill Counties. a G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Ag mt, - S. B. TRACY, Agent, CLAY CITY, KY. WINCHESTER, KY. A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER.