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:-m times A IIOMK-LIADU PAPER. ,THOK5DAY, JUNE 15, 1922 SUBSCRIPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR. Entered as second-class maQ mat r at th. Post OSca at Clay City. Cy., under the Act of Congress of tfarch 3. 1879., A!:.rJ Nitbni to Pay Interest The countries of Europe allied with the United States in the World War, borrowed from, and still owe the United States Gov eminent, some $10,000,000,000. So far, our Government ha? not been able to collet any Inter est, to say nothing of the princi pal, or any part of this huge debt. The indications now, how ever, are that the British Gov ernment, our greatest debtor, will pay the United States Gov eminent, this fall, from $100,000 to $200,000 of the interest they owe us. It is hoped that other countries will fall in line and be gin paying, at least, the interest on their obligations. While the Uuited States Government was lu the World War a shorter time than any other Allied country, the fact remains that it cost u more than any other-country al lied with us. Our estimated cost is some $54,000,000,000. Maryland a "Black Sheep" Maryland is the only State in the Union without a prohibition enforcement law upon her statute books. Rhode Island stood with her until the other day, when in the language of Representative Volstead, "she joined the union." For Those No Longer Young Don't mistake weak or disorder ed kidneysfor approaching old age Rheumatism, backache. (headache aore muscles, aud stiff joints ome when kidneys get out of order and fail properly to filter the blood. Foley Kidney Tills tone up kid neys, and stop sleep disturbing bladder troubles. Sherman Rob bins & Sons, local dealers. " a i "I rot real Mad When I Lost My Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan Ml went into the hen house one morning, found myfavoritesetter dead. 1 tot real mad. Went to the Pcvc'J Ccur-ty't Sunday Schools Clay City. Time?, Clay City, Ky. Dear Editor: A few items in regard to Sun day School work In I'owcll conn We are planning to make t hi the greatest year in Powell coun ty's history in Sunday School work. In order to Uo so we o- licit the aid of every Bible lov ing man and woman, boy and girl in the county to help with this great work. 1st. By going to church and Sunday School at every oppor tunity. 2nd. By boosting the move ment. 3rd. By organizing new schools wherever possible. 4th. By every Sunday School putting forth an eifoit to have a training class. 5th.' To stand by their county officers and do all they can to help with the work. We have now about 15 Sunday Schools in the county, whtn we need thirty. If there is any place where you want help to organize a Sunday School, write or call on Andrew Hollars, Stanton, Ky, who is giving all of his time to the work and would be glad to aid you There is a "group gathering" or a District Convention to be held-at Rosslyn, on next Sunday the 18th of June. Everybody in vited to come. It will be nil day with an in teresting programme and dinner ou the ground. Both schools at Stanton, North Beud, Canecreek, Rowen, Nada and Slade especial ly invited, and all lovers of Sun day School either in or out of the county. Everybody that feels dieposed to do so in the above named Schools bring dinner for yourselves and some to spare, but don't anyone 6tay at home on that account. Remember: "And the Kine shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye nave done it unto me. Matt. 25:40.' i Cordially yours, ANPREW HOLLARS, Missionary, Am. Sun. Schl Union. store, bought some RAT-SNAP and in a week I got six dead rats. Everybody who raises poultry should keep RAT SNAP." Three sizes, 35c 65c, $1.25. Sold by C. Shimfessel and J. F. Smith & Co. ! ELI!! 0MU.1LLY SUPPIfJG? Ltrrczj Lz-zdzza cf t Texu Lady Vita Deckrei fbt if More Ucia Errs Alc-t Ctrda Thtj Xtcvll Be Spared iUSattt tad Vcrrj. llirzzzix Tecx-Mrs. W. M. Peden, tlth plzcs.rcIrj the following Interest tj tercet cf fcow the recovered her ctrrr-, tsvirj mHici fcst aha yas b 3 ctxt fcirz fa the trcS, tzl t- tzi ycj I: J tt crriuslly C'-Z t-"7 tzt yea, yca certilnly sit i p L-.3 ttt czZzs. Ttzt U whtt I did t:5 C3 o ctra I fcxri cyzz'd fa a xir; cz: rra-drra ccsiIca cf I : 'z. c-3 tz Cr:i tii to tlzliss "Itr"3 I :l C3 crrrrrl fcr wcrit. I I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . Just lifeless. "1 heard of Cardui and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui tad bes&a it . "la a very short while after I began the Ctrdul Home Treat nert I saw an im provement and it wasn't long until I was til riU good appetite, splendid rest, tad cuch tlroczer so that I easily did my hours work. 'Uteri took a bottle o! Ctrdul as a tcrlc I can recommend Cardui and glad ly da to, fcr II more women knew, it wtulJ tire ft rtit drJ cl worry and Tta c:-Jl5 prrlza cf thoioais ol c'tzt ccsa to have found Cardui tz'-'.J Cli ccrvlace you fcsl It Is cctjri-J A3dr tc-TU. in . BLADE. O Artnitage, f Torrent, was toseeJas. DufI Sunday. Jim Allen, of South Fork, is moving his family ta Nada. 'Squire I'rofitt held court here Saturday, quite a few present.' Miss Itosella Tharj) visited Mr. Clay Centers at Camptoo Janet. Sunday. Miss Lola Sullivan and brother, Clay, of Nada, went to Winchei ter Thursday. . Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Owsley c( unfy, is visiting' her daughter, Mrs. fi. T.Kwen. The surveyors are pushing ti e survey'of pike ii. order to let the contract for construction. Cf F. Spencer, attorney of Win chester, and other?, took deposi tions here last Wcdncslay. Mr. and Mrs. li. H. Ewen are rejoicing over the srrival of a li tie daughter, bom the 0 r h . Adam Birch and little dausli ter, Marie, went to Stanton Mon day to consult Dr. Lemming. Quite a few fnm here Fpent the day at the Rridge Sunday. All report a nice time and every thing quiet. Mrs. Llenley Mullens returned home Sunday from Good Samari tan Hospital At Lexington not much improved. Little Rubley Ew en fell and ii - juied her arm and vas taken to Dr. Wm. Martin, of Clay City, for treatment Monday. How many of The Times' read ers profited by the mistake in last week's news and how many know where Gen. John II. Mor gan was bou and is lie a Ken- tuckian by birth? Wm. Rice continues his fast. Today (Tuesday) is 33 days he lias riot touched food. He is ab e to walk about and sing but is weak. He says he is fed from a spiritual fountain. Tom Edge, of Clay City, was at Nada Wednesday in view of purchasing two houses and lots. Wo would be glad for Mr. Ed.'e to make this purchase and extend a hearty welcome to him aud Mrs. Edge into our midst again. Hubert Rowen, son of Mrs. Mary Bowen, of North Fork, ac cidentally killed nimself last Monday. He had oiled his re volver and had been pranking with it different times and it is thought that in this way he met his death. He was plowing in a field near the home of Mrs. R.het Kinsor, and was found by a small buy, Clay Kinsor, lying dead by his plow, the pistol near him. Hubert was 10 years old, the only son of a widowed moth r, a nt had many friends. 'It is certainly sad to think of a life being taken so suddenly tnd this should be a warning to every boy in i'owell county. It is unlawful to carry pistols and they are sure to cause trouble: many a mau has been prompted to take that which he cannot give, Just be caure he carried a deadly weapon and in a fit of anger killed his fe)lowmin. The pistol that kill ed Hubert Rowen was thrown in to the river, but alas! too lata. Rut if every man that carried a gun would give it such a burial, it would certainly prove a bless ing to society. Brve men do not need pistols, except a sensible of ! fleer, aud perhaps he doeiu't. You'll Ret your money's worth when you buy Taulac, because it produces results. C. Shioifessel. $ Individual Service Which we extend to. all jjfj IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING $ Each patron recognizes the fact that his account Ijj receives the personal attention of experienc- itt ed men who are qualified to serve. fr We Solicit Your Account CLAY CITY NATIONAL S BANK. ifi 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 J trains. Baggage and packages will be taken care of IX free of charge. J a YOURS TRULY, J. J. CURRY. T f f t f t t t r r r t r t f f t. t t t f t t t ? t t t I wish to call Your Attention to the several new Items of Merchan dise just received. Ginghams, Ratinae, White Goods, Laces and Underwear. A new line of Umbrellas,Window Blinds and Curtain Scrims. War ner's Rustproof Corsets, Suitcases, Trunks and Bags. KOLORFAST MATTINGS, Rugs, Paint, Var nish, Oils and Brushes, and the best line , of Stoves and Wall paper in Town. Prices are Right all and See MRS. F. W. WILLIAMS. V t V v f f V T f t f r v y V f r r r His Friend Recommended Them W. U. Shadwell, Stanley, Vh., writes: "I had. kiduey trouble Department. After usinJlbot. tlei I wai completely relieved anil have never had a return of the which disabled me,, until Foley 'yniptomi.'' (Jive quick relief. Kiduey Tilts were recommended Shermau Ilbbiui & Sods, local to me by the Chief of tha Fire ' dealers.