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A HOMt-MADS PAPER. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1022 8UESCMPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered aa aeconi-claaa mail mat tr at tbe Post 02c at Clay Citj, Cy., ondsr tha Act of Congress of March 3. 1870. ' VAuann o kill. Bert Charles has returned from Fayette county. Asa Todd is serving on the grand jury at Stantou. Subscribe for The Times and keep up with the county news. Elza Harnett and wife, of Spout Spring, spent Sunday here with relatives. , ; Tuck Bush, Charley Welch and son, Cliff, attended the district Sunday School convention held , at Rosslyn. Capt. Wm. Davis h'as returned home from Union Hall. lie is reported as being in a very poor stte of health. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett, of CI3 cm c:d cm cm Pains Were Terrific Read how Mr. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, tfuford, 111., got rid of herUla. ''During. . .1 was awfully weak . . . My pain were terrific. I thought I would die. The bearing-down pains were actually so severe 1 could not aland the pressureof ray hand on the lower crt ci my stomach . simplyfeltaUlifewaa for bet a short time. My hustsnd was worried . . One evenlnf . while read 1x2 tbe Linhday Alma- tux., be came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardul forme to try. TAKE ro n Tib Vcra'i Tc!c n n ItooJtltfaiasfuIlyand I tie results were lmmedl-C-J ci3, add Mrs. Orery. i 1 "I continued to tt bet- yjr fcr, a cy Cs kit me, ClD tad Iwert throui . wi eo father trouble. My tsby w fct sad Ctrr-trJ nyscM tank C:i cm cr3 csra tela rjJ triy csa walk r"r ds cy work, era t3 Cr.""!" Per i r-j Cr3 trs t"3 CrrJ tdJ b raj 5P tea ceo n c i m n n M i t r Clay City, spent Friday with the Eites family on Upper Hard wick's creek. C. A. West is having an addi tional chimney boilt to his dwell ing. Aus Pasley is the man be- hind the trowel. Rev. II. S. Early, of Richmond, will preach Sunday, June 25th at Christian church, beginniug at 2:30 p. m. Bro. Early is reporN ed to be a very able minister and all who posribly can should hear him. l j i i I l J i i L XENA J. B. Rogers is somewhat af flicted with boils. Herbert Profitt went to Stanton Saturday on business. Emory Bruce returned Monday from E. K. S. N. school. Oscar Brown and Bruce visited friend at Nad Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Fenny vis ted friends on Hardwick's creek Sunday. Wiley Curtis and wife, of Mt. Sterling, visited Mrs. Riley Mc Coy the last of the week. Lonzo Spencer and Emerson Woodard, both of Meaus, speut the week end with friends here. Wm. Ilatton went toNada Sat urday. Ilia granddaughter, Miss LulaRatliff, came back with him. Miss Lee I a Morton had as her gnests Saturday evening, Misses Ida and Myrtle McCoy, Messrs. Oscar Morton, Avery and Alviu Crabtreeand Herbert Profitt. 'Sore Eyes." " Morris Creek Mr. and Mrs. Hite Roberts spent the week end on Uatton creek. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal, Friday, June 16th, a fine girl Calliu. Mrs. Henry Benningfield has been quite ill again, but is at present some better. Mr. and Mrs. narlon Swango spent the week end with his sis. ter, Mrs Ileum Stephens. Mrs. Charlie Richardson has been seriously ill for the last few days, but is now some better. Mr, and Mrs. Ramon Neal spent the weekend with his par cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neal, Sr. Henry Fryar has returned to his work in tbe Johnson county field. Leonard Fryar went back with him. Misses Httie Meal, Annie Mar tin, Cillo Dunaway and Mr. Jim Dunaway,all took supper at Mrs. Henry Stephens' Sunday. Ishmael Neal came home Friday and remained until Tuesday with home folks. He is employed in the Johnson county oil fields. Misses Violet snd Lillie Fryar, Messrs. Ishmael Neai and Floyd Long, all went to Rosslyn Sunday to the picnic. All report that tbey had a pice time. Rev. Howard, of Olympia, Bath eonnty, began a meeting here Friday night and has sure been presetting some good ser mons. We do not know how long that he is going to hold church here. lit. sod Mrs. Elijah Creech snd lit, snd Mrs. Albert Mcintosh, of Wolfe eounty, bsvs bought farms s&d pored down on oar creek. Us welcome them into our midst scd hops theV will Hike this county. File Your Claim Now Are you as well t xJaj as you wore before you entered the service? You probably are. But perhaps Jon are nt. You nmy be suffering from an ailment which started while you were in uniform which has not given you much conjern, but which, never theless, causes you to feel at times that it may grow worse. Theohanjes are you never have filed a claim for com penttttlon if you are in this class. Your pride may have restrained you, or y u may have believed it would be an in -position upon the Government for an apparently ablebodied man like you to go before the medical examiners. If you reasoned thus, your feelings are praiseworthy, of course. But they may, nevertheless, be injudicious. There are tome things you ought to do for your own protection. Bj ignoring any present ailment, due to your ser vice, you may forego the chance later to present a claim for compensation if it should bejom a real disabiliuy. It is important that you have your pres ent ailment, no mntter how slight, made a matter of ofllcial record. Every man with a wartime disabili ty, however trivial, who has not filed a claim for compensation should do so before August 9, 1922. This is the time limit specified for the filing of Claims under the Sweet Act passed last Autumn. The section of the act con taining the provision is as follows : Section 806: "No compensation shall be payable for death or disability which does not occur prior to or within one year after discharge or resignation from the service, except that where, after a medical examination made pursuant to regulations, a certificate has been obtained from the director at the time of discharge or resignation from the service, or within one year thereafter, or within one year after the passage of this amendatory act, which ever is the later, to the effect that the injured person at the time of his din charge or resignation was suffering from injury likely to result in death or disability, compensation for death or disability shall be payable whenever occurring, proximately resulting from such injury." It is obvious, from the above, that it is advisable to file a claim now regard less of whether the man with a disabil ity believes it sufficient to entitle him to compensation at this time. Com pensation is only awarded where the disability is found to be at least 10 per cent. If the medical examination and the facts in the case reveal that a man is suffering from a disability due to service of less than 10 per cent, the ai plicant will be provided with the cer tificate of disability which will serve as the basis of any claim he may wish to present later if hia disability increases It should be remembered, of course that it will be necessary to prove that the disability is of service origin or was aggravated by service. -If the ap plicant's army service record in the of flee of the Adjutant General at Wash ington does not furnish the facts to substantiate the claim if there are no records of the applicant having been treated in army hospitals, for instance he may be required to supply addi tional proof to establish the existence of a continuous and material disability from date of discharge, or from a date sufficiently close to the day of discharge to the date of application. If any ex-service man in Powell county wishes to file a claim for com pensation for disability received in service, write to Carl Welch, KoBslyn, Ky. and he will send application blanks, etc. ;! Individual Service Which we extend to all I S ' Y O U R S FOR THE ASKING Each patron recognizes the fact that his account receives the peraonal attention of experienc ed men who are qualified to serve. We Solicit Your Account CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. For Those No Longer Young Don't mistake weals or disorder ed kidueysfor approaching old age Rheumatism, backache, headache sore muscles, and stiff joints come when kidneys get out of order and fail properly to filter the blood. Foley Kidney i'llls tone up kid neys, and stop sleep disturbing bladder troubles, bhermao Kob bins & Sons, local dealers. "I cot real Mad When I Lost My Setting Hen' Mrs. Hannan "1 went into the ben house one morning, found my favorite setter dead. I got real mad. Went to the store, bought some RAT-SNAP and io a week I got six dead rats. Everybody who raises poultry should keep RAT-SNAP." Three sizes, 5c 65c. $1.25. Sold by C. Shimfetsel sod i. F. Smith Co. LIZ : 2 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 care of free of charge. YOURS TRULY, J. J. CURRY. V I wish to call Your Attention to V the several new Items of Merchan- V v 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. x Prices are Right all and See MRS. F. W. WILLIAMS. : X Y ? ? T f f f f t T t ? T ? T A. ? ? r t j r t : St KU Fritsd Receczssndsd Them W. U. Shsdwell, Stanley, Vs.. writes: "I hsd kidney trouble which disabled me, until Foley Department. After using 3 hot. ties I was completely relieved and have never had s return of the symptoms." Give quick relief. Kidney Tills were recommended Sherman Robbins & Sons, local to me by the Chief of the Firs 'dealers.