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THE TIMES
J. E. Cur;htr, : t Pi:t!:Str.
A HOME-MADE PAPER.
TIIUIWDAY, MAY 25, 1022
SUBSCRIPTION RATE,
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Entered as second-class mail mat
ter at ths Post Offl at Clay City,
Kj., under the Act of Congress of
arch 3. 1879.
A new law becomes effective
June 15 permitting the presence
in grand jury rooms of stenogra
pliers, who may take down the
testimony of witnesses who ap
tpear in peeking an indictment or
in conducting an investigation.
Transcript of this testimony are
t-o be available to the commoi
wealth's attorney to be used in
the prosecution when an indict
ment is returned. The purpose
of this act is to prevent persons
who testify before the grand jury
from changing their' statements
when they coma into open court.
Heretofore only members of the
.grand jury, witnesses and repre
sentatives of the commonwealth
have been permitted to attend
grand jury hearings.
CLAD 2.
Postmaster General Works
wants to raise the parcels post
rates. He wants to add a service
rate of one or two cents on each
parcel regardless of whether or
not the parcel be large or email
The Times is against any raite
for it does not. think it justifia
ble. The rais will revert more
business and more prolit to the
express companies aud it is there
fore to their interest and against
t tie interest of the people. Tbis
probably explains why the raife
is wanted by the Postmaster
(ieueral.
Just forty years ago there was
introduced into some of the
schools close to Clay City the
calisthenics athletic exercises
which was very popular for a
time. These same exercises have
recently been introduced into
the State University at Lexing
ton. Save the exception that we
did not need any guns to practice
with, we were peaceable and used!
guns only to squirrel hunt with
in the summer time.
J. A. How en went to Winchester on
buainpM font Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Scotf, of Jt'orco, visited
Mrs. Minnie Faulkner Tuesday.
Mrs. Hahe Dehart, of Stanton, is vis
King the family of J. A. Bowen.
Mrs. Martin Ford was in Lexington
Thursday to consult Dr. (ioodrioh.
Mrs. Susan Cwen and Miss (Jla Ad
ams are visiting in Fayette county.
Austin W. Faulkner, of Hazard, vis
ited home folks here Friday and Sat
urday. Howard Brewer and wife visited rel
atives and attended church at Torrent
Sunday.
Mrs. Floyd Sparks, of Barker, visited
the family of her brother, Wm. Powell,
Saturday and Sunday.
Jesse Townsend and wife, Mrs. Fred
Scott and Miss Mattie McKnnbb at
tended church at Torrent Sunday.
Tipton Old field and w ife, of Cincin
nati, Mrg. Bruce Trimble, of Mcnefee
county, C ii nil Bowen And wife, of
Whitesburg, and (Jreen Bowen, of Mid-
dletown, O. were called here to attend
the funeral of Wayne Bowen. All have
returned.
l nerc w as a gloom cast over tne en
tire neighborhood last flonday when
news was received that Wayne Bowen
had been killed at Stanton by Jesse
Swnnpo. Wayne was born and raised
at blade, and livd here until seven
yenas Ago. He wns a quiet, industrious
boy and never in trouble with any one
His death was a shock to hid many
friends here.
. Wayne M. Bowen was born at Slade
in 197, and was 25 years, 11 days old at
his death. United with the Christian
church tt 15 years, and baptized by
Bev. I. H. Matherly. Was married to
Miss Una Crowe of Kosslyn In 1913 and
is survived by her, three children, a
father and mother, three sinters and
three brothers. All were present at
the funeral besides a host of friends
and relatives.
It is sad indeed to think of the bro
ken hearts this one rash act has made,
and we point them to God who is our
burden bearer and w ho w ill right all
wrongs. Both families have the sym
pathy of the people as a whole, and
may lie guide them in all they do and
say.
Cut, This Out-It Is Worth Money
Cut out this slip,' enclose with
5c to Foley & Co.. 2835 Sheffield
Ave., Chicago, III., writing your
name and address clearly You
will receive in return a 'trial
package containing Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound, for coughs
colds aud croup, Foley Kidney
Pills and Foley CatharticTablets.
Sherman ilobbins and Sous local
dealers.
Vi
i Suffer? m
The Stanton Untiling Works is
lip with the season, supulyingthe
trade with the b?st of all soft
drinks. Call for their product
- when you tke a drink of pop.
J, It is your du.y to help home bus.
iness when they put up a goad
product as does the Stanton Hot
tling Works.
The natural, refreshing sleep
of a healthy bodv is enjoyed by
those who take Tan lac. C. Shim
fessel. ' -
I "5S
Let Mrs. Graves Tell You Her
Poultry Raisins Expert nce.
"Three years ago, bought sn
I icuh.ttor, this . year I've made
money. ' Rats stole my baby
clucks. Didn't know until a
friend gavH .me a cake of RAT
BNAl' r Next morning found two
dead rats in hennery. Kept find
iua theia. Suddenly they disap
peared altogether. It's the only
r-rj rut killer" Take Mrs.
Mve advice. Three sixes, voc
( CI 25. S ld mid guaranteed
t.r J. F. ftnith & Co., and C.
rzd Carchii"Did
rXS Wonders for Me,"
wjJ Declares This Lady.
V I "i rrM f am
time with womanly weak
ness' says Mrs. J. R
Vr-i Simpson, ot S7 spruce
IXSj St., AsheviUe, N. C "I
(N finally got to the place
lyi where it was sn effort for
rCr J me ta era. I would hav
bearing-down pains in
f J my side and back es-
iSSJ back, snd down in my
r fv side there was a great
fK4 deal of Soreness. I was
VS nervous and easily bp
ECU
TAKE
m yi ly) ,
The WomanV Tonic
loTH "I heard of Cardul and
N decided to use It," con
k. y tlnues Mrs, Simpson. 'l
yy saw shortly it was bene-
and it did wonders for
me. And since then I
have been glad to praise
Cardul. It is the best
woman's tonic made'
Weak women need a
tonic. Thousands and
thousands, like Mrs.
Simpson, bave found
srsuiciDcnemiothem. r r
X TryCsnMlsrwia-trou- Y
.ML
DHUGGSui W.
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"We Picked up seven large Dead
Rats first Morning using
- Rat-Snap."
So writes Mr. Ii. E. Carpenter,
Woodbridge, N. J. "We lost 18
small cbicks one night, killed by
rats, liouaht some HAT-SNAi!
and picked up 7 large dead rats
next morninc and in 2 weeks did
n't see a single rat. HAT-SNAP
is good and sure." Comes in
cake ready for use. Three sizes,
Jftc, Coc $1.25. Sy-ld and Guaran
teed by J. F. Smith t Co., and
C. Shun fessel.
Estrar Notice
On Wednesday morning, May
10th, '1022, there came to my
place near X.ena, one dark bay
mare, about h or 1(5 hands high
about 0 years ld, with star in
forehead and white nose, both
hind feet white and foretop cut
ofF. Also a black pony about 2
ft., 10 in. high, star in forehead.
Owner can have same by paying
for care and advertisement.
Gay McCoy.
LISTEN!
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
High Class Groceries at new Low Prices for Cash. Drugs,
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Ice Cream, Candies, Cakes,
Fruits, Ice Cold Soft Drinks of all kinds.
Make Headquarters at my place while waiting for bus and
trains. Baggage and packages will be taken tare of
free of charge.
YOURS TRULY,
J. J. CURRY.
In Loving Kemetnhrnnee of my Dear
Mother,
HENRIETTA ANDEKSOX,
who passed awn j February 7th. 1922,
Three cad months ago.
But today re tails sad memories
Of our beloved one gone to rest
And those who think of her today
Are those who loved her best.
Tffe flowers we place upon her grave
flay wither and deray,
But the love we have for her
Will never fade away.
We miss you in the morning dear
When all the world is new,
We know the day can bring no cheer
Because it brings not you.
AVe miss your tender loving smile
Whi ;h brought usgladness all the while
The world has lots of joys, 'tis true
But there was only one of you.
Your memory is as sweet today
As the day you patted away,
A loving mother true and kind.
No friend on earth like her I'll find.
For all of us she did the bet.
May (Jod grant Jier eternal rest.
In our heart there comes a longing,
If mother only could come home.
Oft times our hearts do wander
To that graye so far away
Where we laid my dear mother
Juct three sad months ag.o.
I listen, wait and listen
For a voice that never falls,
For steps along the hnllw;iy.
But the foot steps never full.
But the comfort I have always
Although 1 rimy he late
1 know lie II not foixet me
But be waiting at the gate.
Three months ago we sat by your bed,
Listen ana listen to all thai you said
Those sad days mid long weary niuht ;
The saddest of all wu when Ieath won
the light. '
We watched you leaving us hour by
nnur.
We tried todo allthatwat in ourpow'r,
But softly into Heaven you faded
Like a star when morn appears.
As I stood in silence near you
(Using at you through my tears ,
No eyes can see me weep.
But many silent tears I sited
While otners are asleep.
Oft I think of you, deftr mother,
And my heart is sad with fain ;
Oh, this world would be a heaven
Could I hear your voice again.
Sadly missed by her daughtereMrs.1
Mattie Moore, and futility.
I Individual Service
Which we extend to all
IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING Eft
Each patron recognizes the fact that his account IjfJ
receives the personal attention of experienc- ji
ed men who are qualified to serve.
We Solicit Your Account
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For Fancy Baking
You will have Absolute Success when you use
Snowflake or Eastern Glow
Flour
The product of .your home mill, which is
anxious xo serve and please you with the
Best Flour that can be made. Our friends
tell us we are doing that.
We ask every citizen of Powell County to
give our flour a thorough test and tell
us the result.
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Clay City Roller Mills.
SWOPE & JORDON, Proprietors.
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Grubbs, Scobee & Bartlett
Undertakers, Embalmers
Efficient Ambulance Service Day
and Night
Day Phone 303 Night Phone 156
Hardware and Stoves
m Winchester, - Kentucky.
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