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ttra Ixsi week looking for cone atccSs cattle to boy. ' , Ac Earnett, George Means, Vcrsca Christopher, tod several et-srs hare recently loit dogs by hydrophobia. ' John T. Vriftht told this week to Joe GextOD hit farm oo Frame's Branch, comprising eighty-one acrei for something near $1,200. Ben Stone motored to Win cheiter coart Monday accompan leo by R. S. Christopher, Finly Hanks, 8helt licKinney, and F. R. Banks. Asa Barnett and son, Edgar, spent Monday night with Asa's brother-in-law, Charlie Rapard, at Pilo. View. Miss Nannie May Rupard, a niece of Mr. Barnett, returned home with them for a Tisit of several days. Crcackb! Trcuh! Ctcsed Anxiety Try Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and croup. Joho O. Hekking, 195 Burgess Place, Passaic, N. J., writes: "1 was suffering from an acue case of bronchial trouble which gave me considerable anxiety. Foley's Honey and Tar deserves all the credit for my being well now" Sherman Robbius and Sods, local dealer. 5TANT0N. (Last week,) J. 8. Keen made a business trip to If r. Sterling Monday. Miss Mary Douglas left Tuea day for Florida to tisit relstives. William and Florisn Ewen are at Newport, where they have po sitions. ' Malcolm and Marvin Srraoge are visiting relatives at Hamil ton, Ohio. Mrs. Effle Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Louis Martin, near Carlisle. Miss Bernice Barnett, of Clay City, was the guest last week of Miss Mabel Boone. Miss Margaret Dee Mansfield visited friends in Lexington from Saturday till Monday. County Clerk I. 8. Boone and Walter Thicker - were business visitors in Mt. Sterling Monday. Mrs. Rosa Thicker, of Clay City, was the week end guest of her son, W. B. Tbacker, and Mrs. Thicker. Mrs. J. D. Mardis returned to her home at Covington Saturday after a visit to her brother, Dr. C. D. Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, of Rosslyn, have moved into the hotel, recentlv purchased from Mrs. Lou M. Buih. Mrs. Butler Barnes and two daughters, Teresa and Mildred are visiting relatives in Hsael Green this week. Mrs. Sarah Jackson has return ed to her home here after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. James French, at the Levee. , Miss Arminta EwelJ hss re turned to her home at Afoorefield after attending Stanton Acade my hare the psst year. Miss Nan Kelly, of Ravenna was here lat week to attend th Commencement exercises, an while here was the guest of rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Oldham, of Falmouth, were guests of Mrs Oldham's parents, Mr. and Mrs Far Men, Women and Children Young or old, man or woman all find in Foley's Honey and Tar a pure, pleasant, wholesome safe and successful remedy for coughs, colds, croup or whooping cough particularly if taken promptly. Chas. Woods, 2 Gable stM S. 8., Pittsburg, Pa., writes "1 will not be without it in mv house." Sherman Robbins & Sons, local dealers. IxAcl wrodwcliona frvmrhoUyrafhs 1 MOST MILES per DOLLAR The tire section above at the left shows the condition of a Firestone 83x4 Cord Tire titer 0,C miles on a Yellow Cab la Chicago. The section at the right was cut from new Cord of the aame eise. Careful measurements show that only 13 of the trexd cf the tire on the Yellow Cab has been worn away after this long, gruelling text . The carcass is intact after more Cua 11.CC3.CC0 revolutions. Firestone Cords have averaged . over 1C.CC0 Tzllts ca Chicigo Yellow Cab (UCO cabs all Fire- stone equipped)., In thousands of in stances, they have f IttfiSTOrtfe 13 x Sterns v w t mm TUBUS and heavy in the center where the wear cornea, tapered at the edgea to make steering easy and to protect the carcass against destructive hinging action of high tread edgea. The carcass is air bag expanded to insure uniform tension and paralleling of every individual cord. It is double "gum dipped". to make sure' that each cord la thoroughly insulated with rubber. This is the reason why Firestone Cords unfailingly deliver extraordinary mileage. It explains the unanimoua de mand of thoughtful tire buyers for these values. The local Firestone dealer will fttSiSSS W,CC 10 continue to provide UCCOrailei. Mrvic, v Lock at the tread that makes Firestone edxsti5c!ly tabled tire comfort and eco e3ut tiid massive cay ccspltts, 30 x 3 size 7.99 V CLAY CiTY KOTOItS COMPANY Fire: lo no- Dcz!cro Advertisement inserted under this head atone cent a word per Insertion. 1910 FORD Touring Car, in flrstclass mechanical condition. Call and see it. Everett Fraley, Clay City, Ky. J. 8. Ewen, the Utter part of classified Advertisements last wee. . Mrs. Margaret Faulkner, of Beweo, who has been in a Lex ington hospital for several week is here for a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. S. F. Kslor. Mrs. E. O. Cowgill, Lexiogtoo and Mrs. Ben 8ewell snd two children, Jackson, were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hardwick, last week. Misses Alberta McBride and Elizabeth Dickson, former teach ers at the Stanton Academy, were here last week to attend theCom mencement exercises. Children Need It in Spring Time Mrs. C. Osborn, 7812 Hillside Rd., Cleveland, O., writes: "My granddaughter took Foley's Hon ey and Tar and her cough, is now gone. It loosened the phlegm so ihe could raise it easily. ' Take Foley's Ilonev and Tar for fever ish colds, roughs, "snuffles,' croup nd whooping cnugh. Sher man Robbing and Sons, loca dealers. Stanton Lodge No. 352, F. & A.M. Stanton, Ky., May 22, 1922 Whereas, on May 15, 1922, it was the will and pleasure of the Supreme Architect of the Uni verse, who doeth all things well and to whom we must all bow in numoie submission, to remove from our midst, our beloved brother, Wayne Bowen. There fore, be it Resolved, that as a token of he deep heartfelt sympathy of Stanton Lodge No. 352, F. & A M., a copy of these resolutions be handed to his family, whom we commend in this, their hour of sorrow, to the blessinus of Divine Providence; and furthermore. be it Kesolved, that a raze be set aside in the records of Stantou Lodge as a memorial to our de parted brother, and these resolu tions be published in The Clay City Times. John Bush, Wm. Uowell, Chas. Crowe, Committee. Killed by Acetylene Henry Kankee, an Iowa farm er, was instantly killed by the explosion of an acetylene light- os plant in a cave near his home. Mr. Kankee went to the cave when the plant failed to work. It is believed be lighted match. His body was blowu over 400 feet by the explosion that followed. Helped Her-Will Help Others If you suffer from rheumatic pains, backache, still joints, sore muscles, biliousness, dizziness. lameness, tired feeling or other symptoms of kidney trouble, try oley Kidney mis. Mrs. A Lech tier, 1129 Main ave.. Clifton. N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills helped m. and thev .will urely help others." Sherman Robbins and Sons, local dealers. Subscribe Through Me for Your Magazines and Newspapers 8T ANTON PROPERTY - For Sale two houses and lots adjoining Stamper's store. For further information eall on or write Cora Holmes, Dodge, Ky. FARM FOR SALE Six room house, barn, 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 60 acres. Possession to suit purchaser. Call at Time office. FOR SALE Mendets, to mend all leaks in cooking utensils. Package of 12, iWc; by mail, 26c. Also Japanese oil. E. F. Harris. Clay City, Ky. Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Superintendent of schools, Stanton, Ky. until Saturday, June 3rd 1923 for building one sin gle room school house at Natural Rridge according to plans and specifi cations now on file in the Superintend ent's office. Said building to be com pleted by the third Monday in July 1922. Right reserved to reject any or all bids. MAUDK S. BOWEN, Supt. Powell County 8chools. We aell only home killed Meata grown on Powell county farms, 15 to 25 centa per lb. John T. Wright. Sheriff's Execution Sale. Save Money E F. HARRIS, Clay Gty, - - Kentucky. Announcement Clay City-Wincheater Bua Una Will operate daily on the foi lowing schedule : Leave Clay City 0:80 a. m. Arrive Winchester 10:45 a.m. Leave Winchester 8:15 p. m. Arrive Clay City 4 :80 p. m. Your patrouage solicited. By virtue of Executions Nos. lOOh and 1026 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Powell Circuit court, in favor of Rice HitJh ins Cincinnati Company, against Ewen Sc Company, E. T. Ewen, Geo. Ewen and E. A. Forkner, for S4576H with in terest from May 21st, 1921, until paid and $9.85 costs and in favor of Wm. Garrett against E. A. Forkner and A. W. Forkner for the sum of $1298.80 with interest from Sept. 13th, 1921 and $11.60 costs, I or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the 5th day of June, 1931, between the hours of of 10 o'clock a.m. 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. Bowen, on the East by the lands of W. B. Coneleton. (now Martin Ford), on the south by the lands of the Sander McNahb heirs, on the west by the lands of Minnie Forkner and others, and containing about 200 acres, and levied on as the property of E. A. Forkner and A.W. Forkner, and known as the O. D. Forkner farm. Sale will be made on a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6?i per annum from day of sale, hav ing force and effect of a Replevin Bond. This May 2nd, 1922. MARION WELCH. Sheriff Powell Co. By R. II. Dennis, Deputy Sheriff. BE PREPARED For three generation mothers have successful! tn.'J Foley's Honey and Tax as a safe remcJy for th 3 relief t rolj, cuujh. cru'Jj) an J whe p!n. .-o.i'.:. Ilu pure, wbolaoine, and chi' !rpq 'i.i it. Contain oo oiats. If . ; ' food lor crojp arH wSoo'i.J cj; -the two terror of chilc!booi. r. W. It. TkfMUa. t:t" kVt. vv.. wriia tui Jtf t li .il h; w ' lark ! ru, but au ti IM i t H . , 4 tu iU4 Itiut, k wut V "t t 1 (i-m i w tfiHtp4 mt. I wo. ) wti aW ttamtt K 44 w; y.'tv." Sherman Robbins & Sons, ClayCltjr.lCjr.