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Pny, of this city, brought in their third gat well, near Virden, Towell county, Monday, striking an excellent pay aaud. me wen wai ahot, and ii good for practi cally one million feet or more dally. Thii rankea three welli pot down by this company with io the past few weeka, all of them producers, and a fourth well will be started Wednesday oo the Ware land. The three wells show good for over 3,000, 000 feet of gas daily, and the field is considered one of the richest in the country. In the well just finished a goodly show iogof oil was found. It is the "purpose of the company to put down eight or ten wells as soon as possible. M. A. Keasor, of Oklahoma, a roan who has had fourteen years' experience in the oil and gas business, in the west, and who has been successful, has leased about 750 acres of land in the same territory atd will start drilling next week and a Mr. Knight will start drilling in the same section today. The liOuisfille Oas Company has been leasing land as close te the holding of the Thirteen Com pany as possible, and it is re ported will start their develop ments soon. Many experts in the oil ana gas business state that the field is undoubtedly rich in both gas and oil. Mt. Sterling Ga zette. lU$c to Taxpayers Taxes for 1922 are now due and in my hands for collection. You are requested to see me at once and get your receipt. Marion Welch, Sheriff Powell county. Classified Advertisements Advertisements Inserted under this head atone centa word per insertion. Used by Threa Generations "I use Foley's Honey and Tar personally, give it to all my chil dren and now to my grandchil dren with the same good rc suite," writes Mrs. K. K. Olson, Superior, Wise. Foley's Honey an J Tar has stood the teat of time serving three generations. lie Iieres coughs, colds and croup. -- Sold everywhere. Notice of Petition for Changing Road Notice is hereby eiten that on Mon day, the 2ud day o? October, 1922. the undersigned will present to the Hon. II. T. Darickson, Judge of the Powell County court, a petition in which the raid court will be asked to -cause a change in the public road to be made in Powell county, Ky., in the road lead ing from Stanton to the Furnnec in Kg- PUBLIC SALE At Union Hall Post Office Having decided to close out our en tire business interests, we will on Wednesday. Oct. 11th, 1922 offer at Tublic Auction to the highest and best bidder the following des:nb ed property: 1 pr. Mare Mules, 7 years old. 1 p Mare Mules, 6 and 7 years old, 1 Bright Bay Saddle Mare, 7 yrs. old, 1 Dark Brown saddle Mare, 6 yrs. old, 1 Weaning Colt, 1 Jersey Cow, 7 yrs. old, w ill be fresh, by day of sale, 1 Jersey Cow 8 yrs. old, now yielding milk, 1 Holstein Cow 6 yrs. old, now yield ing milk, 2 Good Brood Sows, 15 Shoats weighing 100 pounds each, 23 Shoats weighing 40 pounds each, 1 Turning riow, Rood as new, 1 Double Shovel Plow , 1 12-disc Kandle Harrow, 1 Well Pump, I Farm WaRon, 1 Wagon Saddle, 4 sets Wagon Harness, 2 Minnahan Saddles, About 40 Bbls. Corn, 75 Shocks Fodder, 1 Stock General Merchandise, Household and Kitchen Furniture. This sale will be held at the former Sam Ciinter stand beginning promptly at 10a. in. on the above date, ana re member everything must go regard less of what it brings. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Lunch stand on the ground CLARK A DAVIS, Owners, Union Hall, Ky. LOST Watch between Indian Fields and Nads,2l-Jewel Wsllham. open face with ring gone out of stem, WmUworth rase with mark nchange in it. IS-size, one number In works, 81.". Ivt-turn to Clay City Times office and reeeUe re ward. J. W. Mcintosh. FOU SALK I'KIVATKLY A t my r-sidenee In Clay City one Ford 1911 model Touring Car ; and all my House hold Goods. J. M. Ensterling. LOST Sometime Saturday on road from Stanton to my home at Kiddville, one feeding steer, weight about 1000 pounds. Finder will please notify Henry William. U. U.5, Mt. Sterling; r John W. Wil iams. at Stanton. Ask for this quality flour by its full name "White Plume" For years White Plume has given the utmost baking satisfaction. That's why it's imitated. Imitations are unsatisfactory. Don't be misled. If you want the highest quality flour the original and su perfine 41 White Plume"--look for the words "White Plume" and "guaran teed to please or money refunded" printed on each sack. Ask for White Plume and make sure you get it. "White Plume" is the fin est flour that can be produced. Don't be satisfied with anything less. FOKD CWUriO 1920, with starter, four new Lee tires, firit-elass running order. Cheap if sold at once. Apply at Clav CilV Garage. . lol9 PUUK HON KY New cn.p.both fan cyjomband extracted, direct from fro ducer, at lowest prices. Also prices and circulars ou sweet clover seed FUEE on request. JOHN A. SHKK- HAN, It. I). No. 4. Falmouth. Ky. till county, Ky., that the said change is to be made, beginning in the rosd north of Tom Jones' house, near the top of the hill and leading around in a south easterly direction to the head of a hollow and intersecting what known as the new road to the Furnace near tike foot of the hill and running through the lands of Tom Jons and Kflie Jones. Also a change in said rood beginning at the said road at the intersection or x t t i t x t X EVIDENCE 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, Winchester, Ky. Capital, - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits - 210,000.00 Addtaon T. Whitt, President, W. R. Strode, Vice President, Eugene E. Freeman, Asst. Cashier, C. B. Strother, Holly W. Stevenson, " $2,000,000.00 T T y t y r y r r t t y t y Resources, Ife? Clay City Garage Is here to stay. We are doing something or somebody every day. May is still here to fix your cars and Smith is here to fix your Tires. at the said rona at Wie intersection or i .1 1 tlU... the property line between Tom Jones I J May and Smith can make them go and Bashaw and Kflie Jones and the Sarah Spencer I will get your "Dough" THE ACME-EVANS CO. Ucorpunird India napolUi Ind. LouUvitU, Ky. .iii riMC-ST C UAL.ITV r.'JA04TMU TO LC4I V 1 land, thence around and under the hills in said present road and running a southern course about Sou yards and back to the present road or the new road leading to Furnace from Stanton. Both of said changes to be !i0 feet in width. The jaid petition will request the said court to appoint viewers and make all orders and judgments and grant all proper relief in the premises. Lenom Howell, Steve Melntitsli, Vernon Knox, W. M. Powell, Weed Martin, W. B. Kandell, Troy Brandenburg, Sam Brandenburg, B. F. Hampton, Lewis Howell. They are Mild Bui Effective Biliousness, headaches", blurred vision, btd breath and coated ton. PUBLIC SALE of Farm, Crop and Personal Property. On the premises, located 3 miles from Filson station, Bowen postoflk-e, be ginning at 10 o'clo ik a. in , Monday, Oct. 2nd, 1922 I will offer at public sale my farm con taining I'iO acres ; 40 aires bottom land balance hill land wiih growing crops. On this farm is a six-room dwelling, store house, shop house, good large barn, and other necessary buildings. Well watered, good orchard, and un der good fence. Will also sell the fol lowing personal property : 1 Saddle Mare, 1 5-iiios. -old Holstein bull calf, I Holstein bull, coming 3 years old, 1 3-yr -old HoUtein cow , 1 6-yr.-old red eow and calf, Borne sows and pigs, 1 pair of o-year-old mules, and har ness and wagen, I mowing machine, good, 1 hay rake, 1 No. 19 Oliver chilled plow and rid ing attachment, 2 double shovels, 1 International check rower, 1 single shovel plow, 1 lot of hues, forks, shovels, picks, 1 Ford touring car, 4 stands of bees, 2 men's, 1 woman's, saddles, Household and kitchen furniture. TEHMS will tie made known on date of sale. Will show farm to prospective buyers at any time until day of sale. CLIDA MORTON. Win. CRAVENS, Auct. J We fix Cars, Batteries, Radiators, Tires, Tubes, and if f there is any thing ilse that belongs to the automobil , t we fix that too. All you rued is the car and dough Bring it in and we mako it go. You break 'urn and we t fix 'urn. We will have another string of Baby Overlands t in next week. Come in and look them over while they I are here. They are off Twenty-Five Plunks now. You t can buy one for $600.00. 1-2 Cash, balance in 12 oqaal $ payments. We also sell the Willys-Knight 5-passenger J for $1310, the sleve-valve car, the noiseless car. We can sell you ary J kind of a Ford you want; we have them here to show you. That's Bashaw's Way t 57 YEARS Of uninterrupted service to the people of Winchester and (Mark county attest the quality of the assistance which we have rendered to our com munity, and the unquestioned safety whi :h we have afforded it funds. This is the Oldest Hank in Winchester and the Largest. Our Capital ami Surplus of $30O.u(iO 00, our resources exceeding .,.H0,0O) U) and our MEMBERSHIP in the FEDERAL UEEUVE SYSTEM enable us to supply the kind of banking service you want. We pay interest on time and Savings Deposits. Your business will be appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NAT'L BANK, WINCHESTER, U R. P. TAYLOR, President, A. H. HAMPTON, V. Piea't, : KY. W. P. HAMPTON, Cashier, E. L. UPHAM. Ass't. " If it is Insurance We Write it City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. All kinds of Life Insurance. Clark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. G. D. HOWELL, Sub. A mt, CLAY CITY, KY. a i S. B. TRACY, Agent, WINCHESTER, KY. is i gue are almost certain to be pre ent with, a mtss of heat-producing uudigested food in the stoni. ach. Foley Cathartic Tablets keep the digestive nrjMns uciive Hfwl the system fit mid line, .ur-. ed of prisons. .No lialit fonuio. Sold everywhere.