J. E. Dsrjitf , : : Publisher.
A HOME-MADE PAPER.
THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1922
. SUBSCRIPTION RATE,
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Entered ai second-class m&Q mat
r at the Post Office at Clay City,
(j., undar the Act of Congress of
Karca 3. 1879.
Nancy Abner was the guest of
Mrs. Sarah Townsend Sunday. 0
Mrs. Clarence Sheth is visiting
home folks at Hosslyn this week.
Misses Mary B. and Itoiie Ad
am s vieited Mrs. Sarah Townsend
Mr. and Mrs. Weed Adams vis
ited the family of Geo. Townsend
Stoner Martin and Jess Adams
were guests of Luther James
Misses Mary B. and Rnxie Ad
ams were at Filson Friday . on
V. C. Martin made a living
trip to Clay City Friday and has
Mrs. Linda Abner has gone
back to Wisconsin to visit her
relatives and friends.
Miss Nancy Abner has been
visiting Miss Maudy Burnett at
Furnace for a few days.
Mrs. Linda Abner and Nancy
Abner, Jess Aaams, Tucker Ab
ner were at Stantou Saturday on
Oscar Means, Bryan Means,
Cashius Ilatton, Oliver Morton
Hnd several more were guests at
Clarence Smith's to a party Thurs
Misses Minnie and Kn I hie
Crabtree were the guests of Mrs.
(leorge Reed Tuesday to hear the
There will be church service
at Chop Chestnut the First Satur
day night, and Sunday. Every
Never Wants An j thins Else
"I tried many different kinds
of cough medicine," writes Mrs.
K. K. Olson, 1917 Ohio Ave., 8u
tr I or, Wis., "but I never want
Huythiiist else than Foley's lion
ey and Tr. I used it for all my
c hildren and also for my grand
child. It always did fine work."
Foley's is pure, wholesome and
absolutely sufe. Sherman Bob
bins and Sons local dealer.
Mr. J. A. White Say. "If You
Have An Automobile, Keep
"If I knew about RAT-SNAP
last winter, would have saved
IjJO My car whs 111 the garage
for a few weeks during bad weath-:
tr; when I went to take it out, j
found that rats had eaten great
holes in two new tires, (jot them
later with RAT-SNAP." Three
tte Hoc, CV, 1 23. Sold and
guaranteed by J. F. Smith iV Co.
and C. Sliiinfeel.
B. F. Ilatton in Stanton
Saturday 'attending to buniiiem.
MU Mlblred flriec'i nmde
huJnt- trip to Boa en Momluy.
7-7 . .
ir xour race is Tour fortune
Don't Look Like a
Who does not want red lips, a
good, clear, healthy complexion
and bright, flashing eyes?
Some people have such won
derfully good health nothing
seems to hurt them. Others could
so easily have fine color and more
strength and vigor if they would
help nature with Oude's I'epto
Mangan. It is a splendid iron
tonic that physicians havo pre
scribed for thirty years. It is not
an experiment. It is not merly a
temporary help, because it makes
plenty of red b'ood and, as every
body knows, red blood is the on
ly sure foundation of permanent
health and strength, (let Pep-to-Ma
ng;in ' of your druggist
and take it a few weeks and see
how much better you feel and
look. Sold in liquid and tablet
Church services at Bowen Sun
day were attended by a large
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Townsend
spent Thursday' with Mrs. Silas
Mrs. Maud Purcell sppnt the
day Saturday with Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Sarah Lize Ilatton and
son, Albert, visited Mrs. Willie
Townsend Sunday night.
Mrs. (Jeorgean Birch spent the
day Sunday with hr parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Townsend.
Mrs. Maud I'urcell and Miss
Delia lurch visited Mrs. J. B.
Led ford at Bowen Sunday.
Weed Briscoe is back to finish
tip his loir job with hi brother,
Cain, o 11 I lira in
Are You Going to
Fence this Spring?
We have ordered a car of "NATIONAL" Fence and Barbed Wire
which will arrive about February the 25th.
The prices quoted below are, as you will find upon comparison,
less than any mail-order house can afford, and as for quality, we
think it only necessary to say that it is manufactured by the
AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE COMPANY.
These prices apply only to LESS than 100 Rod Lots. Prices on
100 Rod Lots and over furnished on application.
26 in. High, 6 in. Stay
32 ' '(.'
30 1 ' 6 '
47 4 ' 6 ' '
26 ' ' 12 4
48 ' ' 6 '
58 ' . ' 6 ' '
80 Rod heavy 4 point Cattle Barb
80 ' ' 4 Hog
80 4 ' 2 Catt e '
APPROXIMATELY HALF THE CAR IS SOLD
If you need Fence of Barb,
J. F. Smith & Co.
Clay City, - Ky.
Something of Interest to
WE CAN -RENDER
Clay City National Bank.
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Mrs. Wm. Townsend and her
little grand daughter, Christine
I'urcell, visited Mrs. Hiram
Miss Benuce Crow had as her
guests Sunday Misses Emma
Crow, Fannie Daniel, Floyd Dan
iel Sherman Heed, Venard Stam
per and Oscar Birch,
Wm. Townsend visited h i s
cousin, Caina Townsend at Stan
ton Friday night 011 account of
their little boy, Willie Vernon,
who is very sick with pneumonia.
Tanlac now has the largest sale
of any medicine in the world.
There is a reason. C Shimfessel.
Lightning in January
List Wednesday n in lit we had
considerable 1 i uh t n i n r and Hum-
der which is unusual for January.
$ .35 Rod
' .28 '
Poultry and Rabbit
book your order with us at
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.
We know what the weather sifin
is when it thunders in February,
but are not informed as to the
forecasts when it thunders and
lightens in January.
To Drive Out The Poison
Foley Kidney Tills help the
kidneys eliminate the poisonous
Small Clark County Farm For Sale
We have 38 Acres with 2 story Frame Dwelling of eight
Rooms, large combined Stock and Tobacco Hani holds 8 acres,
all necessary outbuildings, an abundance of fruit of every de
scription in full bearing, good strong land, lays well and plenty
of never failing water. located on good pike, 7 miles from Win
chester. Price right for quick sale.
We write all kinds of Insurance
G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Ag snt,
CLAY CITY, KY.
I A. P. JOHNSON, Agent
t Standard Marble Company,
Monumental Work of all Kinds.
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER.
THE "OLD RELIABLE"
White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Come
and Go But Tie "Old Reliable" Tbedford's Black-Draught
Came and Stayed.
Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed
lord's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, I well
known Jackson County lady, said: "1 am
getting up in years; my head is pretty
white. 1 have seen medicines and reme
dies come and go but the old reliable
came and stayed. I an talking of Black
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years one that can be depended up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve Insertion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for 1 tried it. It is the best thing I have
ever found for the full, uncomfortable I
wapte and acid that cause aches
and pains. F. II. Mt (Sill, 141
Golden Hill Sr., Bridgeport.
Conn., writes: "1 take Foley Kid
ney Bills for linnl);po and alwas
lind great relief." They banish
bickachp, rheumatic pains, still
ness. Sherman Bobbins A: Sons
in Powell atul Iv-till Counties.
S. B. TRACY, Agent,
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also'
ssistuthe liver in throwing off impuri-j
tics. I am glad to recommend Black
Draught, and do, to my friends and
ThedforJ's Black-Draught Is a stand
ard household remedy with a record ot
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of impurities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed-
ford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. (j.
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