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James Bloom died iuddnly this 'morning at three o'clock. While he had heeo confined to his home most of the time for quite a while, be was Dot thought to be in an immediately dangerous con dition. Mrs. Bloom, who slept in an adjoining room, heard him strike a match. She went to him and found him struggling. Dr. Martin was hurried to see him, but he was dead when the phy sician arrived. . Mr. Bloom was a native of Ger many, but had been in Clay City for a number of years. He was C7 years old and a very progres sive citizeu. He is survived by his widow, who was formerly Miss Kate Hutchinson, of this city, and two children, Louise and James Jr. He will he buried in the Clay City cemttery by the Masons, but at time of going to press the late of burial had not been fixed. Times Building Progressing The brick work on the new Times building ie completed and all other outside work will be finished in a few days more. With only the interior finishing to do, the building will be completed within a few weeks. It has been a blow tedious job for the small force recently employed. The ubstautial structure will amply repay every effort on our part to provide a good home for the Clay City Times. "Don't Forget Your Rubbers" You need rubbers to keep your feet dry, save your good leather shoes from expensive soakings, and prevent falls on icy walks. Our "Ball-Band" Light Weight Rubbers are good-looking, they fit well, and will give youlongwear. Formen, women, and children. Styles to suit any kind of shoe. We have your size come in and let us fit you with a pair. V. T. CHAPHAN. High Price Turkeys The price of turkeys has gone up to 35 cents at Winchester which is the highest prie ever paid for these birds on foot on that market. They started of! nt. 23 cents but have gradually jimie up until they are now worth the top price. The crop is very short. Notice Notice i hereby given to the credit ors of the estate of Tarkin Stamper as n'Kned, that the undersigned assignee, will on December 15tli, ld'12, at Ii is law ofllce in the First National Bank build ing in Jackson, Ky. hold his sittings for the purpose of receiving, filing and hearing proof of claims against the said estate. The property belonging to said es tate will be distributed immediately after said date, and no claim not prop erly proven and filed with me on or before said time will be considered in said distribution. Nov. 14th, 1922. E. C. Hyden, Assignee. Survey Approved The 6urv- y of the road from IJowen to the over head crossing in Clay City has been approved by the Federal Highway Com mission .and the necessary one half the cost for same been allot ted for this road. It is said this work will be let before Spring and completed within one year from this date. We are ready to use it. $10 in Cash Prizes V. T. Chapman offers $10 in cash prizes, $3 00, for the largest ear of corn grown in Powell county and $5 00 for the largest pumpkin also grown in To veil county. Head his page ad in this issue for particulars. He can save you money on the merchan dise you need. Death of Small Child A email child of Mr. and Mrs. John Neal died at their home Tuesday and was buried yester day. The little child has been sick for quite awhile. Good Time to Receive Money The editor will be at Circuit Court Monday ready to receive all the money on subscription that our readers may be inclined to thrust upon us. And, by the way, it is a pood time to receive as, we like every body else needs a little more tax money this year than heretofore. Remember this and see us Monday or see our representative Mr. E. F. Harm who will also be at Circuit Court. 'Squire Crowe Elected Again Jesse Crowe was elected as Magistrate in the Stanton pre ciuct to succeed Jesse Swango, refined. 'Squire Crowe served in this capacity a part term be fore and proved to be a very efli cient officer. Notice to City Taxpayers December 1st G will be ad ded to your city tax bill if not paid by that time. Pay before the penalty is added and save this unnecessary expei.se. J. U. Stone, City Collector. Dentist at Stanton Dr. J. T. Nickell, the dentist, wiP be at Stanton all through Circuit Court and on till Decem ber 1st, at the Howell House. Help Our Market Come to Clay City Court Day, Saturday. Come prepared to buy or sell something. Help your home market to be one of impor tance and value to us all. The family of Otis Young is moving this week to the oil fields to spend the winter with Mr. Young where he has a position. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under this head atone cert a word per insertion. FOR SALE-3.O0O Rood, sound pop lar laths. Apply to J. B. Eaton. WANTED Laborers on construction of State Highway in Powell County. Apply oflice of Codell Bynrs Construc tion Co. Slnde, Ky. WANTED Salesman for Clay City and vicinity. Commisson contract on ly, for spare time or full time. We will teach you to Bell income protection through our free school of instruction and hlp you build a profitable busi ness. Massnrluietts Bonding and In surance Company, Accident and Health Dept. Snginaw, Michigan, Cap ital $1,000,000. Ite Clay City Garage l Will sell You any kind of a Car, or Anything that belongs to any car. Such as Batteries, we build 'um new and fix old ones Radiators we fix too. Engines, cars, taps or tires We fix and sell everything that belongs to the Auto My yes, we even handle the Delco Light Plant We try to handle everything that our friends need and can supply you at once That's Bashaw's Way 18.104.22.168.4.4,44.4 If it is Insurance We Write it City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. 5 Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. I All kinds of Life Insurance. J Clark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Agmt, CLAY CITY, KY. S. B. TRACY, Agent, i WINCHESTER, KY. I 11 Established 1885 iTheWinchesterBankf res: UYJ 8D ? 1 u n III lb OLD PRICES F. o. b. Detroit NEW PRICES F. 6. b. Detroit Chassas, - $285 $235 Runabout, - 319 269 Touting Car, - 348 298 Coupe, -. "580 530 Sedan, - 645 595 Truck Chassis, - 430 380 - Runabouts and Touring Cars Equipped with Demountable Rims $25; Electric Starters, $70 additional. Also the new Four-Door Sedan SelU at $725.00, F. O. B. Detroit. jo 3 Moimtz, Clay City,, Ky. f X Y Y Y t Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y V A of Winchester, Ky. Capital, Surplus and Profits - $100,000.00 200,000.00 Resources Over ONE MILLION, SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS Addison T. Whitt, President W. D. Strode, Vice-President Eugene E. Freeman, Assl. Cashier Chas. B. Strother, A sit. Cashier The Organization, Resources and Facilities of this Institution en able us to offer Efficient Service and Liberal Accommodations in all Departments. Our Service includes Every Advantage for the hand ling of Your Banking Business; it is the product of an uninterrupted existence of THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS. Interest on Savings and Time Deposits Y Y v f Y Y Y v f Y Y Y Barred Rock Pullet in Lead All previous records for the number of eggs laid in a year by individual hena in the experi meut station Hocks of the Col lege of Agriculture have been broken by a Barred Plymouth iiock pullet that hat just com pleted her first year of laying with a total of eggs to her credit, ' Of the five hundred and thirty men and women who are mem bers of Congress more than ihree hundred are lawyers. Twenty four are engaged in pome fort of farming; there are twenty edit ors and publishers, nineteen bankers and the saute number of manufacturers. No other occu pation has so many as ten repie-sentatives. The grapevine makes heav; demand "on the soil for nitrogen and whenever ihe leaves lo?e their healthy deep green color and the terminal growth hort ens, nitrogen must be available or the crop for the next year will be light. Dean Slagle, a young lawyer, recently located at Irvine has been elected Oouritv Superintend ent of Schools to succeed Prof. Laud, who recently died. Old newspapers for sale at this oflice. Weather Changes Cause Sickness Extreme change of weather during Fall cause many colds and coughs. For quick relief from throat, chest and bronchial trou ble, coughs colds and croup U:e Foley's Honey and Tar. Con tains ' n 0 opiates ingredients printed on the wrapper. Larg est selling cough medicine in the world. Sold everywhere. Notice to Hunters No hunting or trcspntting allowed on anj of the land of the uiultrigiie4 iu 1'uuell couuly. Kdwlii KoKt. J. II. liurglii-r.