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V. T, CHAPMAN, Clay City, Ky. . J! r Perfect Baking pOLE'C PATENTED S PATENTED HIGH OVEN RANGE Do., .v.rytking that KigK pried ix Kol rang il do, and at half lh COIt. Dakei prfctly in ihouldn-high oven no ftooping. And its quicker than rang. I Economical to Operate TKt famous Hot Dl.it Draft is your uarnt of fuel economy an ac tual saving of many dollars In your fuel bills. ttniUKyll Jnuoligatc toJay hvu v w SPOUT SPRING Hatcher's Creek. Huh .! hnsoii wiis at Stanton Mon day on business. Henry l'orkner was on Spru Patur ilay on business. . Koss Mm tin Ji.1i" opercd up H big tie j.i! n Haulier's Creek. Miss Maude Knox in spending a few ' weeks with Mrs. Sallte Martin. Mrs. Matt Johnson spent Thursday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Johnson. Mrs. Millar 1 F.stcs wan the puefl of herbrnther, Kloyd McCall Sundiiy. Mrs. Uobt. Kwen, of Nort intend, vis ited Mrs. Millard Estes Tuesday after noon. Pan Froieh, of Mael (ireen. visited friends and relatives ut this place last week. ('has. (. Thomas spent Thanksgiving with his grandmother, Mrs. W. IJ.Car rett, near Clay Jity. Mrs. ("leonine Epperson and Miss Oru Knnppier, of Cane creek. iited Mrs. Millard Hstes Tuesday night. Mrs. Maud llr.nk went to Cincin nati Saturday te he with her husband, Albert Hanks, where he is employed, j Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arthur, of North Mend, spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. l-'loyd McCall. Mrs. Sallie Va tin and family were I he goes' of her brother, Kugene I'rench, and wife on 1'aint erc k Sunday. l'oiter King and M is Eunice K ing, of Cane ereek, spent Wednesday and -Thursday with their grandfather, Thomas MeCall. ' Few Apple Trees Escape San Jose Scale Damages S in Jose scale, one of ihe I, ad I fruit tree pests, is just as serious, if not Worse, in Kentucky apple orchards at the present time as it erer has been, accord in sr to A. J. ()!ney, of the horticultural de partment of the College of Agri culture. Tiie scale attacks the trunks, limb?, twit: and fruit and often cuts the yield of ap pies heavily before fanners no tice it. spraying with lime sul phur at this Mine of the year when the leaves are off the trees is the best way to control the pest. One part of the commer cial lime sulphur should be used to eight parts of water. Alfie, the ten-jer old on of W. II. Burgher, is cmlined with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Fox, of Winchester, motored here Sunday afternoon for a short s'ay. Mrs. Madge Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. (Jeo. W. Lewis, of Clark county, ere here Tuesday. Miss Minnie McKinney, of Ir vine, spent several days the past week with relatives and friends here. The Rev. M. C. VanCleve went to Hut ton Creek where he preach ed Saturday night and Sunday morning. Frank I$rnett,of Wade's Mil', and sister, Miss Emma, of Win chester, came up Thanksgiving and stayed until Sunday with rel atives. Mr. and Mrs. Edmon burgher, of CJay City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Uolle Iturgher. Master Lu ther I'atnck returned home with! them on his return to the Alvin Drew school. We Invine you to pay ut a visit when In Stanton. Come in and let get acquainted. A New Bank owrud and controlled by experienced business men Our Stockholders: J W. II. Atkinson, II. C. Baker, J. S. Boone, F. R. Blackburn, Robt. Blackburn, Mr. Ldmon Burgher, lleo. I Burke, Chas. M.Crowe, (juy M. Crowe, Jesse Crowe, R. II. Dennis, E. II. Fuller, Tho. L. Cabbard, If. (1. (iarrctt, T. C. Hall, J. 11. Hardwick, Romulus Jackson, lir. I. W. Johnson, L. P. Keith , M. R. I.y le, Jamet Oaks, A. (1. Smathers, T. (1. White, A. T. Whltt, N. D. W'ireman, John W. Williams, J. II. Williams, Sarah Blackburn. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS AND GUARANTEE THE SERVICE OF A SAFE BANK Powell County Bank. Sheriff's Sale VAUGHN'S MILL. Constipation in Elderly People "1 am eighty years old and ha e heen troubled with constipation. Tried all kit d of physics hut nothing helped Kelev Cathartic Tablets is theooly thing tli.it gave me relief. They work witho.it griping and tone up the system." Mr. and Mrs. Buford Fetes w ere dinner g iesis .Sunday ut the Dirk Crowe limine. Kain here today has hroken a continued drouth, which Inis ex isted for quite aw lnle. Mr. and Airs. -John Mcl'herson, who were recently in irried. have gone to KlKatau'u to reside. O.ir Pastor, It.- v, Ji,e Ada ins, failed to till his appointment heteSunlay. Sickness was pre sunicd to have heen the cause. Prof. V. Freio-li, who has heen conducting; a singing school at the M. 1. Church, closed Sunday night. The ProtVssor will hogin another school at the Christian church oi. Thursday night of this week. P. 1 Holland, Ov.indo, Montana. A wholesome physic. Sold Every, where. tjj Grubbs, Scobee & Bartlett 5 is Undertakers, Embalmers Efficient Ambulance Service Day and Night Day Phone 308 Night Phone 156 Hardware and Stoves p Winchester, - Kentucky. Farm Cows Now Making About 25 Cents a Day Thousands of Kentucky farm ers who are keeping a few cows from which to sell creuin ire fac ing the necessity of cutting do n on rich protein feeds and using only those that are grown on the farm in order to :et a 'fair ret urn from their annuals during the coming mouth, dairymen at the College of Agriculture say: At present prices heing paid for but terfat, Ihe average farm cow is returning nbout 2o cents a day, With such feeds as cottonseed m:tl and linceed oil meal selling around .f:J a hundred pounds and mill feed and bran ranging around t 10 a ton, the fanner cannot feed them a, id hive anything left to pay hi in for Ihe work he spends on his cows. The het the farm er can do under present condi tions is to supplement his rough feed and silage and legume hay with gr on raised on the farm such as, hioken ear corn, shelled corn, com and cob meal, if This can be crushed, or crushed barley. riaintilT, Defendant. Old Fapers for Sale at The rimes Office. Powell Circuit Court. Nannie Johnson, 1$. F. Ilr.nilon, Pursuant to a judgment and order of mile, ninde by the Powell Circuit ( "ourt in the above styled notion, I will on Saturday, December 9th, 1922, at the store house of 15. F. Hampton neiir Knowlton, in Powell County, sell to the highest 11 nd best bidder, a stock of good, consisting of dry goods, gro ceries, shoes, etc., and such other ar ticles m are usually kept in a general store, or so much thereof, 11s will satis fy llii'suin of seven hundred nnd eighty dollars and forty-eight cents $7hMR) with intercut thereon from September the 20th. 1920. w ith a credit of one hun dred and thirty-eight dollars and for-ty-eight cents on October L'Sth, 19.M, and one hundred dollurg on October 22nd, and the tests of this action. Sale will lie made in par vis or as a whole as may appear to the best inter est of the parties concerned; all sums of ten dollar and less, cash ; over that amount on :i ; red it of ninety days with approved security .bearing interest from date of sale. MA UK IN WKI.CII, Sheriff of Powell County. Notice Notice is hereby given to the .;redit- I ors of the estate of Lnrkin Stamper as signed, mat Hie undersigned assignee, will on December 15th, 19:':?, at his law office in the First National IJnnk build ing in Jackson, Ky. hold his aittings for the purpose of receding, tiling and. hearing proof of claims against the said estate. The property belonging to said es tate will lie distributed immediately after said date, and no claim not prop erly proven and filed with dip on or before said time will lie considered in said distribution. Nov. 14tb, 1922, K. C. llyden, Assignee. After Christmas Trees A large truck was here Monday from Ohio to get a supply of ce dars for Christmas trees. It went, away well filled with joy-makers for the littl fellows' Christinas. Notice to Hunters No hunting or trespassing allowed 011 any of the lands of the undersigned in Powell county. Edwin ltose. J. K. Hurgber. Henry Tipton. A good nights rest There's nothing like it to put you in shape for the day's duties or pleasures There's nothing like Dr. Miles' Nervine to bring refreshing, restful slumber. Buy a bottle. If it does not help you, we'll give your money back. Your druggist sells it at p:e-war prices $1.00 per bottle. 57 YEARS Of uninterrupted service to the people of Winchester and Clark county attest the quality of the assistance which we have rendered to our com munity, and the unquestioned safety whi -h we have afforded its funds. This is the Oldest Hank in Winchester and the Largest. Our Capital and Surplus f)f )0().000 00, our resources exceeding 10(1,00 HK) and our MUMHKKSIUP in the FKDKHAL UKSKUVK SYSTKM enable us to supply the kind of banking service you want. We pay interest on time and Savings D posits. Your business will be appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NATL BANK. WINCHESTER, R. P. TAYLOR, President, A. H. HAMPTON, V. Prei't, : KY. W. P. HAMPTON, CaahUr, E. L. UPHAM, Att't. " 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, STANTON. KENTUCKY.