Horn, Saturday, June 10 to Mr.
ind Mrs. Tom Hull, a ion.
Mrt. Nora Wilemsn, of Clark
county, spent Monday with the
family of her brother, Lloyd
Todd. . . .
Mr. and Mm. Ileory Wiseman,
. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wireman, O.
R. Dsoghetee, of Clark county,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McKin
ney, of Fiyette county, were
among those from oot of Powell
and Estill counties to attend the
funeral of Owen Patrick here
Jesse Smith, aged 39 years,
died Saturday night at his home
hereafter a few days illness of
pneumonia fever. Mr. Smith is
survived by his wife, who was
Miss Julia Barnett, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Barnett, and
five children. 'Funeral services
at the grave Sunday by Eld. B. S.
Burgher. Burial iu Salem grave
yard. The bereaved family has
the sympathy of a large circle of
friends, who had learned to ad
mire Mr. Smith for his pleasing
disposition and splendid moral
For Rent Cottage aud store
building in Spout Spring. Apply
to II. F. Christopher, Spout
Dr. Nickell at Stanton
Dr. Mickell, the dentist, will
be at Stanton all of the weeks of
June 12th and 19th for dental
V. C. Martin, of Genet, was at
Filsoq last Wednesday ontusmes.
- B. F. and M. O. Martin attend
ed the Masonic lodge at Bowen
last Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Centers, of
Fixer, visited Mr. and Mrs. Weed
Adams at (Jenet last week.
Farmers getting all their crops
in fine shape in this section, and
the outlook is far better than the
past few years.
II. S. Martin, of Oenet, end
Wm. Rogers, of Xena, attended
the Masouic lodge at Bowen last
Saturday night. Both are ex
service men and they expect to
go to Camp Knox Aug. 1st, and
reenlist in the National Guards.
What has become of that not-
ed Bald ltock correspondent. We
miss him very much as he says
great things aud writes such fun
ny stuff that we miss him as
though one of the family had
gone away. We can hear of him
being at parties all through the
week, and at different places on
Sundays. Me tinks he has Hewed
or is fixing to fly to Amsterdam,
or Jellico, or Jeirersonville. Auy
how, wherever" he is, he sho' is
pome sport. Come on, Bald Rock,
and give us some more of that
o Stock' IRediuiciinig Sale.
Hardwick & CO. pToducfsameaIcash
The Following are a Few of Our Many Bargains:
California dried Peaches,
96 lbs. Lex. Maid flour, $4.70
18 " " " 2.40
24 " v. " 1.20
98 1st Louisville flour, 4 60
48 " " 2 35
24 " " in paper, 1.15
9 cans Chum Salmon, 1.00
7 " Pink " .95
2 " 15c Corn, .25
3 " 20c " .55
Sun-Maid Raisins, lb. .20
" " Apricots,
All 5c Wash Soap, 6 for
Ivory Soap, 3 for
P. & G. 4 for
Serv-us Soap, 4 for
Small Lenox Soap, 7 for
While Wool " 4 for
All 60c Medicines,
All 1 Oc twist Tobacco, 3 for .25
15c Percale, yard .13
2c Gingham, yard 17$
9 x 12 Matting Rugs 4 50
9x12 Gran " 7.50
9 x12 Fibre " 1000
.25 10 percent. Cut on all Shoes
.50 25c Youths' piece Underwear,
Notice to Dog Owners
All doe owners are notified to
keep their dogs up until danger
of mad dogs is over, either with
R?ad The Times' classified adsor without collars, so ordered by
each week, and send in youri the Town. Board,
wants. 'Pays both ways. I J. Ii. Stone, Marshal.
We cannot quote everything, but come and see if we can give You
Yours for Service,
Hardwick and Company
W V V V V V vvvv
The best evidence of our excellent banking service is
our continually growing list of satisfied patrons.
We are prepared to handle more business and should
be pleased to add your name to our list.
The Winchester Bank,
Surplus and Profits -
Addison T. Whitt, President,
W. R. Strode, Vice President,
Eugene E. Freeman, Aast. Cashier,
C. B. Strother,
Holly W. Stevenson, " "
Grubho, Scobee & Bartlett
Efficient Ambubnce Service Day !!
tmraware ana stoves j
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Dzy Phcna ZZZ Night Phone 156
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Card of Thanks
We wish to sincerely thank
those of our friends who so kind
ly, tenderly and sympathetically
rendered aid to U9 in the sudden
taking of our dear companion and
son, Owen Patrick. These kind
ly ministrations have greatly
helped us to bear our grief with
increased fortitude and hope.
May the richest blessings of the
All-Wise Creator fall bountifully
upon those who know friends 6o
lovinglv in the sad hour of death.
Mrs. Owen Patrick and
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patrick.
Advertisements inserted under this
head atone cent a word per insertion.
GUIST MILL for sale 10 h. p. Sto
ver gasoline engine mounted on wheels
together with 22-inch under runner
French buhr mill, complete with belt.
J. F. Smith, Clay City, Kv.
1919 FORD TouringOar, in firstclass
mechanical condition. Cull and see it.
Everett Fraley, Clay City, Ky.
Live Stock and Autos for Sale
I will have the following live
6tock and automobiles for sale in
Clay City, on Saturday, June 17
Clay City Sales Day :
37 head of hogs weighing from
75 to 125 pounds each.
15 head small yearling cattle,
1 Ford touring carrwith start
er, in good running order,
1 Ford touring car without
starter, in good running order.
O. L. DANIEL.
On the 17th day of June, I
will offer for aale to the highest
bidd ir Houaehold Cooda a a
1 iron bed, mattress and springs
1 Princess dresser,
2 6tove8, one gas and gasoline,
1 rug, Brussels,
Kitchen utensils and other
things too numerous to mention.
At J.J. CURRY'S, near Ad.
Time of sale, 2 p. m.
MRS. VV. II. EATON.
19:20 FORD COUPE First class me
chanical condition, with electric bart
er and lights, $200. Clay City Garage.
STANTON PROPERTY For Sale
two houses and lots adjoining Stamper's
store. For further information call on
or write Cora Holmes, Podge, Ky.
Why Buy any Other?
We sell gasoline made in I'ow
ell county which helps by county
taxation to' build the roads over
which you .. travel daily. This
gasoline is dispensed from a pump
made in Kentucky which helps to
pay State tax to build the State
aid road over which you al-o
travel. Buy the best gasoline at
Clay City Garage and help those
who are helping you in your own
county and State.
FARM FOR SALE Six room house,
barn, out buildings, part in grass, some
wheat, fresh corn land, :lose to church
and school house. Plenty never fail
ing water. Will sell as a whole or in
two tracts. Farm 50 acres. Possession
to suit purchaser. Call at Time office.
FOR SALE Mendets, to mend all
leaks in cooking utensils. Package of
12,25c; by mail, 20c. Also Japanese
oil. E. F. Harris. Clay City, Ky.
For Mean Summer Cold
Rev.W. W. Smith, Pennsgrove.N.
J., Box 12, writes : "I have tried
manydifferent medicines but none
relieved the cold in my throat un
til I used Foley's Honey and Tar."
No matter 'now depressing a sum
mer cold's tearing cough may be,
Foley's Honey and Tar will soothe
relieve and heal. Sherman nob
bins and Sons, local dealers.
Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In
Cellar Fearing Rata.
Mrs. Tepper, Plaintield, N. J.,
says, "Rati were so bad in our eel
lar the servant girl wouldn't go
there. Bought some RAT-SNAP
and it cleaned all the rats out.''
Absolutely prevents odors. Comes
in cake form, uo mixing. Cats and
dogs won't touch it. Three sizes,
85c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaran
teed by J. F. Smith Co. and C.
How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of
Rats Farmers Heed
Dr. II. II. Butler says, "I use
RAT-SNAP around my hospitals
eyery three mouths, whether I
see rats or not. It does the work
RAT-SNAP gets them every time.
I recommend it to everybody hav
ing rats." Don't wait uutil there
is a brood of rats, act immediately
you see the first one. Three siz
es, 33c, 05c, $1.25. Sold and guar
anteed by J. F. Smith fc Co. and
Will Surely Help Others
Rheumatic pains, swollen, ach
ing, stiff joints and muscles, diz
zineds aud blurred vision are
symptoms of kidney trouble. Mrs.
A. Lechner, 1120 Main Ave.,
Clifton, N. J., writes: "Folev
Kidney Pills helped me and I
gladly fiive permission to use thi-
as a testimonial for they will
surely help." Sherman Robbins
& Sons, local dealers.
Subscribe Through Me for Your
Magazines and Newspapers
. E. F. HARRIS,
Clay City, - - Kentucky.
Clay City-Winchester Bus Line
Will operate daily on the ful
lowing schedule :
Leave Clay City 0:80 a. tn.
Arrive Winchester 10:15 a. m.
Leave Winchester 3:15 p. m.
Arrive Clay City 4 :30 p. iu.
Your patronage solicited.
Drink Special Blend
3 POUNDS ent postpaid, $!.(!-
1 lb. Cocoa free
LIBERTY COFFKK CO , Covinn.
Red River Hotel
First class Hotel Accommoda
tions at Reasonable Rates.
Mrs. M. E. ADAMS,
SING the Lateit
"Swt Dram of You" .
'Somebody' Ben m Pool in f You".
'M for You" "Chorry Tim"
25c each; all 0 beautiful big song
hits, $1. ENTERPRISE MUSIC
CO., 21G Lyiio Theatre Bldg.,
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