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The Clay City times. [volume] (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, September 28, 1922, Image 5

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cV)lm& Sxtra Service is Denumded
Firestone Cords Predominate
WHEREVER the exac
tions and tests of tires
are most severe there
you will find Firestone Cords
in universal use.
The hard jobs seek Fire
stone. And so well has Fire
stone responded under difficult
conditions so consistently has
mileage mounted to totals im
possible to obtain from ordi
nary tires that today Most
Miles per Dollar is the buying
slogan of thinking motorists
everywhere.
The blending and tempering
of rubber, gum-dipped cord
construction, air-bag cure all
these mileage methods have
been developed by men whose
life work is the production of
constantly increasing' tire val
ues for the public.
Users in this vicinity verify
Firestone reputation, and re
port almost daily some new
Firestone record of extra dis
tance travelled.
Don't be satisfied to buy
tires buy values the longest
mileage at the lowest price con
sistent with such reliable per
formance. Make Most Miles per Dollar
your principle of tire economy
choose your next tire on
that basis.
r.
Ml
MOST
MILES
per
DOLLAR
mm
Gum-Dipped Cbrds
CLAY CITY GARAGE
SLADE.
Mrs. Ailam Uireh is on the sick
list this week.
das. DtilV went t Clay City
Monday to consult Dr. In m and
is improving.
Dewey Folk"', Mrs. Ford, .la?.
I,ncy and Wir (.'at ton motored to
Winchester Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John IJrewer, of
B.nven, and Mrs.CiirrieCl.uk, of
Fixer, visited Mrs. (jreeu I'wen
Simday.
Mr. and Mrs. Muttin Fid, Mr.
and Mrs. Ueckhain Catron went
to Mo tp; nnerv county Sun lay to
visit Mr. and Mrs.. Hillie Catron.
Many contractor have been
here h( lust few days looking
over the j'ike hurveying in view
of Lidding on m in t met which is
to he lei the J7th.
JiPV. Willie llrewer ha closed a
successful meeting i n Lincoln
county. There were 21 .added to
the church and will b-tgin a tent
meeting here October ;ih. Ev
ery body invited. Ton, it commit
tee was nuned to build :i new
church liouso at Slade which i?
badly needed here and prospects
are bright for Slade to bi quite
a business place and our piesent
church house is not large enough
to accommodate the people now
and when the pike is completed
a new church will he very neces
sary. 1 he site has been selected
and work will begin at once.
Relieves Kidney Trouble
'"F'ir two years," writes Mrs
Sarah K. Dennett, Anderson. In
diana, "1 tried most every I hit g
for my kidney trouble, but, had
no eiieceM until 1 got Foley Kid
ney Fills." Foley Kidney Fills
quickly relieve backache, rheu
matic pains, dizziness and blur
red vition, kidney and bladder
t rouble. Sold everywhere.
Report of the Condition of the
POWELL COUNTY
BANK
doing business at the town of Stanton,
County of Powell, State of Kentucky, at
j the close of business on 1 5 day of Sept.,
1922.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts . . $130,408.87
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 21 6.88
Stocks, Bonds and ether
Securities 3,398.42
Due from Banks ..... 16,292.87
Cash on hand 3.092.58
Checks and other cash
items 52.72
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures. 4,500.00
t r- i4
'31
Grubbs, Scobee & Bartlett
Undertakers, Embalmers
Efficient Ambulance Service Day
and Night
Day Phone 308 Night Phone 156
Hardware and Stoves
Total 157.962.34
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock paid in, in
I cash $ 25,000.00
j UuJivided Profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid . 338.73
Deposits subject to
check $110,623.61
Demand certificates
on deposit, 4.260.00
Time Deposits, 17.740.00 132,623.61
Winchester, - Kentucky.
Total - . 157.962.34
State of Kentucky)
County of Powell ) Set.
We. T. C. Hall, and Thos. L Gab
bard, Vice-President and Cashier of
the above named Bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of our knowledge and belief.
T. C. Hall, Vice-President,
1 hoi. L. Gabbard, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th day of September, 1922.
My Commission Expires 1-4-1925.
A. T. Stew art. Notary Public.
Girretl-Yocum
Mr. K. W. Garrett and Mrs.
Jennie Yocum, o f Stanton, were
united in marriage September
2oth, 0 p. tn. at the home of the
bride' daughter, Mrs. J. O.
Thorn, by Magistrate 1'rofitt.
The bride is highly esteemed and
loved by her friends who regret
to lose her. The groom is a well
known fanner residing near Clay
City.
Those present ere Mrs. S. F.
Martin, daughter and son, Klsie
and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Thomas and son, Charles.
Their friends join in wishing
them a happy and prosperous
life.
Coughs Disturb Schcl Wcrk
School teachers should give the
same advice to children who hate
coughs as this Florida teacher.
'I recommended Foley's Honey
and Tar to the children in my
school who had the 'flu' and good
results came whenever it was as-
ed," writes Mrs. L. Armstrong,
Okeechobee, Florid. Sold ev
ervwhere.
Stanton Garage
Dealers in
DODGE Motor Cars and Trucks
j We have obtained the agency for the DODGE Motor Cars
and Trucks, so if you are in the market for a car, and want to save
repair bills, buy a DODGE, the fool-proof car.
J If you have not seen the new DODGE with the latest improve
ments and its added quality, come in and look it over, and place your
order now, for the demand is greater than the output.
If you have an old car you wish to dispose of, drive it in; we
will sell you a new DODGE, and also sell your old car for you.
fl We also carry the best line of tires money can buy, and a good
line of accessories. If you need a tire, give us a try. Why buy a
fabric tire when you can get a GOODRICH S1LVERTOWN
CORD for practically the same price. All our tires give from ten
to twelve thousand miles.
fj We are equipped to do all kinds of repairing. If we overhaul
your car and it is not satisfadory, we make the necessary adjustments
without charge. If yoor battery needs charging, we will charge it for
you; if you need a new one, we will sell you a PREST-O-LITE.
If you want your car painted, leave it with us. Come in and make
arrangements for winter painting and overhauling. If there is anything
you want that we don't carry in Aock, we will get it for you.
f All our cuftomers will be treated with every courtesy and fairness.
Profitt and McAnallen
tfi ii
Inaividual Service 8
Which we extend to all
IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING
Each patron recognizes the fact that his account
receives the personal attention of experienc
ed men who are qualified to serve.
We Solicit Your Account Iq
a
CLAY CITY NATIONAL j
BANK. J
The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth:
The New York Life Insurance Co.
The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America:
The Home Insurance Company.
KENTUCKY'S OWN:
The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Company.
MARION ATKINSON, Agent,
Correct Attest:
STANTON.
KENTUCKY.
I. W. Johnson, Dire ctor.

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