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Far mem in this vicinity have bfcua the use of commercial fer tilizer on a small ncsle. Watch the results this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Townsend, of the oil fields, were guests over Sunday with the former' par ents, Mr. and Mrs.. Weed Town tend. Charlie Bush, wife and chil dren were in Clark county Sun day with relatives. Kldora Dun away was also there Sunday with kinsfolk. We are strongly in favor of re taining the County Acent. Head the letter in this issue from Mr. Feltner. then act. Jas. I. Mize, formerly of this place has accepted a position with the great Kroger Retail Grocery Stores, of Cincinnati. Mr. Mize has been put in full charge by his company as general manager of a grocery in Newport, Ky., where he and his family now reside. The Sunday School man, Mr. A. W. Hollars, was with us Sunday and organized a Sunday School with the following officers elect ed : Chas. Welch, Supt. ; Mrs. J. W. Burgher, Asst. Supt.; Miss Viola McKnight, Sec'y; Mrs. Chas. Clark, Asst. Sec'y and Johnny liranham, Treas. This is a good corps of officers and our prediction is that first the horns will blow after which the practi cal side will be taken up. Let's all try anyway. a ta - Omd imt 11 la Lri laa al HL ZRZK&I Classified Advertisements Jtast as We The Sale is a Big Success Expected o Garner Hill, Gladstone, N. J., ' Slls Rat-Snap, he Saya. '1 sell and use KATSNA1. Like to look any man in the face and tell it's the best. It's good." People like K AT-SNAP because it "does" kill rats. Petrifies carcass leaves no smell. Comes in cakes no mixing to do. Cats or dogs won't touch it, Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by C. Shimfessel and J. F. Smith and Co. ! i : tjl People arc always on the alert for Bargains, and if You are in Doubt j just ask the People who have been in, and if you haven't been here, q don't delay as the bargains are being snapped up fast. Say, we have some Men's FinelyTailord satin lined Suits in brown, blue and all the beautiful checks that are being worn in both Young Men's and reg ular at $19.98. Come and see them, you can not get the Value for ( less than $35.00 anywhere. We have the Biggest Showing of Ladies' Fine Millinery ever shown in Clay City: - That's no joke. Come and see the finest display of Fancy Dry Goods east of Lexington at the best price. If you have never at tended a Mammoth Sale, this is Your chance to see all the new styles in Ladies' Fine Dresses, Voiles, Silks and Georgettes, from $2.98 to $24.98. Just to have a Little Fun We have secured flock ot cunning old Guineas, and they are in fine run ning and flying order. We will on Friday at 2 p. m., promptly, release the flock from the roof of this store. Each Mr. Guinea will "tote" a new crisp $1.00 bill. The catcher gets the bill and a deed for the Gui nea. Now if you don't think this will be a chase, just come along, it won't cost you anything to see this. But don't forget your purse as these prices we are making will appeal to you, and you may not catch a Guinea. Advert incnient irmerted under tliin licad at one cent a word per insertion. SPKCTACLKS I.O.ST Gold frame, in cnnc with dnt MR, (tearing name of (Mark optician. Ioxt on streets of Clay City. Upward if returned to John W. Burton. Clay City, Ky TIKK LOST 33 1 4 new Silvertown Cord Casing with tube and rim, some where between Clay City and Mt. Ster ling. Notify Clay City Garage, Vnj Cityi Ky. FORD TonringCiir, 1917 model, good running oJder, for sale. Call and ace it. Mr. T, (J. White, Clay City, Ky. , .STANTON PROPKRTY For Sale two house mid Iota adjoining Stamper's store, for further information cnll on or write Cora Holmes, Dodge, Ky. KAKM FOR SALK Six room house, Itnrn, out buildings, part in grass, ontc wheat, fresh corn land, close to church and school house. Plenty never fail ing water. Will sell a a whole or in two tracts. Farm f0 acres. Possession to suit purchaser. Call at Time oil! v. FOR SALK Japanese standard remedies. K. Ilardwhk's Creek rad. oil and other F. Harris. TREES FOR f SPRING PLANTING! Notice lo Contractors Sealed bids will be received at the oflle.e of the County Superintendent of schools, Stanton, Ky. until Saturday, June 3rd 1023 for building one sin gle room school house at Natural Bridge according to plans and specifi cations now on file in the Superintend- V. T. CHAPMAN Fruit and Shade Trees, Blooming Shrubs, Small Fruits, Strawberries, Grapevines, Peren nials, Evergreens, Hedging Roses Etc. Seed Potatoes. . K very tli in; for the Orchard, Lawn ent'a office." Said building to be com pleted by the third Monday in July 1823. Right reserved to reject any or all bids. MAUPK S. BOWFJN, Supt. Powell County Schools. Sheriff's Execution Sale. Jy virtue of hxecution.4 ro9. HHJH I and 1026 directed to me, which issued T t T f r r r Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y To the PubKc I wish to state that I am maintaining the same policy in business to meet all sale prices on Dependable Merchandise My Stock is Complete, the Quality is Stand ard, the Price is Always Right. I will continue to take care of your trade in the same careful manner as in the past thirty years continuously. C SMmf essei t t ? Y t r Y t Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y f X If it b Insurance We Write it i City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. All kinds of Life Insurance. CJark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. t ! C. D.KOVZLL.Cub. Ajmt, S. D. TRACY, Agent, S CLAY CITY, KY. WINCHESTER, KY. S from the Clerk's oilice of the Powell Circuit court, in favor of Rice llifh in Cincinnati Company, against Ewen & Company, E. T. Kwen. (!eo. Ewen and K. A. Forkner, for f 157 68 with in terest from May 21st, 19'Jl, until paid and $9.85 costs and in favor of Wm. Garrett ngainat E. A. Forkner and A. W. Forkner for the mini of $129rt0 with interest from Sept. 13th, 1921 and $1 1.50 costs, I or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the 5th day of June, 1923, between the hours of of 10 o'clock a. 111. and 1 o'clock p. m.,at the Court House door in Stanton, Kentucky, expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bid der, the following described property to wit : (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff's debt, interest and cost.) A certain tract or parcel of land situated on the waters of Middle Fork of Red River, and 'bounded on the north by the Louisville & Nashville right-of-way and J. A. Kowen, on the East by the lands of W. B. Congleton, (now Martin rord). on the south by the lands of the Sander McXahh heirs, on the west by the lands of Minnie Forkner and others, and containing about 200 acres, and levied on us the property of E. A. Forkner and A.W. Forkner, and known as the O. D. Forkner farm. ule will be made on a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of6& per annum from day of sale, hav ing force and effect of a Replevin Bond. This May 2nd, 1922. MARIOS WELCH. Sheriff Powell Co. By R. H. Dennis. Deputy Sheriff. .Sheriff's Sale. and Garden. A laiire illustrated catalog ami guide on request. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. A Nursery Woril in Kentucky. LEXINGTON, - KENTUCKY. F. Tired Out? Do you know that UnguidoeM, that "awful tired feclinf heavineu, lame or weak back, sore muscles, stiff or swollen joints, rheumatic pains, lum bago, in the great majority oi cases, indicate kidney trouble r. IMejrIJdneyEffls act promptly and effectively to restore weak, overworked or diseased kidneys and bladder to a healthy condition. lira. Rolwrt Blair. CI S. 20th Stmt. T?r H.ut.. Id4 wnt.at "I aufl.r.d tw faara with kidnap and bladdar troubla f raquaotly ae inf baaaacba. IforBinfa I would aria iaa'.nj vary lir.d aod baying baadacbaa. and aaa Anal ing apacka bafor any avaa. I saw Faiay Kid aF PiUa advarliaad and aaad ua say mind la try tbaaa. Attar taking Ihaaa a (aw waaka I feu ad any trattbU djapallad. Tba backaeba aloppad and my kidnaya wara raatar.d la b.allby. nannal actios. I amaUalraaai Iboab Iira4 apalla and haadackaa and my vuiaa is M lenaar blurrad. My r.iov.ry ia anliraly dua la Mt ILtmcf imu. aiikh I laiy Mtnasiad h Sherman Robblns Ct Sons Clay City, Ky. By virtue of Executions Sos. U'.O and 10JT, directed to me, w hich issued from the Clerk's otlice of the Powell Circuit Court, in favor of Win. (iarrett. Sheriff, and aptinst E A. Forkner ai d A. W. Forkner for the sum of $1:98.80 with interest from Sept. 13th, 1921, and f 11. TA) costs in favor of The Malum Com pany and against E. T. Ewen, Ceorjie Ewen nndK A. Forkner fur the sum of S1()K" (W. witli interest from July -J.jth, 1921, and $17.0") costs, I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the 20th day of May, 192a, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m at tile store house of Ewen and Company, at Slude, Ken tii'ky, in Powell county, expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bid der, the following property, for so 11111 h thereof 11 s may be necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's debt, interest and costs : A lot of Dry (JoikIs, Hats and Cap. Shoes, Groceries, Notions, and articles j usually kept in a generul store, levied ! on as the property of E. A. Forkner. Sale will be made on a credit of three months, bond with approved security required, Waring interest at the rate of 0 ner annum from day of sale, and having force and effect of a Replevin Bond. This May 4th, 192"J. MARIOS WELCH. Sheriff Powell Co. P.y R. II. Dennis, Deputy Sheriff. B. CHARLES AUCTIONEER Special attention given to F armers Sales Days, Clay City, each third Sat urday. Why not Send Your Kodak Finishing to BUTLER the regular Photographer, 129 W. Main St., ' LEXINGTON, - - KY. ' "Quick Service' Special attention paid to Mail Orders. Subscribe Through Me for Your Magazines and Periodicals ave Money E. F. HARRIS, Clay City, Kentucky. i'"1B 1 Have you lost your appetite? Do you get to tired with the day's duties that you're unable to enjoy an evening with friends or at the movies once in a while? Are you losing your rosy cheeks and your s?riny step? . l)ra Miles' Tonic made to restore health to people In your condition. It has been permanent benefit to thousands who were afflicted just as you are.l Whr don't you try a bottle? Get in line for better health I nninf today.. Every Drug Store carries Dr. Miles' Medicines.J was mac .res?