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SEDAN New Price F. O. B. DETROIT BOD The Banks' Tai Situation A few years back the la' In Kentucky w that all property rhould be taxed at the same rate. The moneyed interest got a move before the Legislature and pot a vote on an amendment to the constitution to provide that prop erty may be claesified for taxa tion, em-It diss paying different amount. The Times fnuiiht the amendment bitterly, but it car ried in the itate, resulting in cash and notes, bonds and etc. being taxed at from 10 centMn 40rents 01 the hundred dolhr. Tie banks have been being nssesed t 80 per cent of their total rap ital and surplus but since the burden has grown so j;rrt, they hive invoked the benefit of the law which places the low rate on b ans a d discounts which means that in the future the bauks will nv no -otintv or citv tax. if 'hey win their uit in Federal Court, and they will. Theonlv remedy is, back to the old constitution. It is the only fair method. X At the new low price the Ford Sedan represents a greater val ue than has ever been offered. It provides enclosed car com fort in a dependable, quality product at a minimum cost Your order placed now will insure reasonably prompt de livery. Terms if desired JOE MOUNTZ, Clay City, Ky. TheClay City Garage Will sell You any kind of a Car, or Anything that belongs to any car. Such as Batteries, we build 'urn new and fix old ones Radiators we fix too. Engines, cars, tops or tires We fix and sell everything that belongs to the Aute My yes, we even handle the Delco Light Plant We try to handle everything that our friends need and can supply you at once Standard Oil's Riches The S'andard Oil Company of Kentucky has 5,000 stockholders. Their capital a few months ago was $',0')0,000, when n tock div idend of $0,000,000 was declared, in king the capital $1 ,000,000. This company has just announc ed a cash dividend or 20 per cent and an additional stock dividend ..f $5,000,000 This is mkini! some money, despite the hard times for many other people. ! That's Bashaw's Way I m- 4- 4m Established 1885 V v Thanksgiving Party Mr. and Mrs. Sain Carr enter tuiued Thursday evening at their beautiful large home, in honor of their neice, Miss.Dorthy Nelson", lo Miss Mary Nelson. The house was decorated with beautiful f iitted foliage. There were sev eral different games played, after which a refreshment of brick ice cream and cake was served. Ev eryone had an eujoyable evening. The guests were : Misses Mary Nelson, Dorthy Nelson, Grace Martin, Lillie, Ruth and Orpha Burgher, Edvina Duoaway, Bulane Clark, Marie IVttit. Misses Mioa Coulee and Dorthy Hall, of Kosslyn, and Misses Alice, Mamie and Blanche May', and Mrs. Uarnboe; all of Pilot View. Messrs. Ernest Byrd, Charlie VaoUleve, Elwood Dan iel, Trimble My, Gilbert liahaw Bert Kuight, llarry Mackey, Clarence Haggard, Ernest and Taulbert May, Decline in Egg Prices The release from cold storage put a check to upward prices on eggs the last of the week, and they went oil six cents a dozen in a siugle day. Cream holds its own well and is now bringing 50 cents per pound on the market Every farmer who has cream and eggs to sell had money to pay hi tax while many who did not have these ready sellers had to borrow money to save the penalty. Trrjibd VUh Weak Kidneys Uave been trouble 1 with weak kidneys since childhood," writes Mrs. G. Hyde, Benzonia, Michi gan, "Now past forty and have had terrible backache and that tired out feeling:, hardly able to do ray work. By using Foley Kidney fills accompanied with Foley Cathartic Tablets I soon felt like a new person." Sold Evtry fthere. Building Boom in Louisville November building in Louis ville totaled $1,350,000. The city is to have a new hotel that will cost $3,000,000. Grandchild had Croupy Cough "My grandchild could get no relief whatever from a very bad croupy cough,'' writes IVter Lan di, Meyersdale, I'a.. "until I gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. Coughs, colds, croup, throat, chest and bronchial irritations quickly relieved with Foley's Ilouey and Tar. Sold Everywhere. The Federal Land Bank at Louisville has loans to the' farm ers of its district amounting to $50,000,000. This bank loaned $2,000,000 during the mouth of October this year. Several correspondents have to be omitted this week for lack of space, but they will be inserted next week. In making your gift selections for Christmas remember the Clay City Times will make a lasting and aipreciahve present. It comes in fifty two installments. iTheWinchesterBankf of r i . tr i t X t t ? ? f t t t f Winchester, Ky. Capital, Surplus and Profits - $100,000. 200,000X0 Resources Over ONE MILLION, SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS Addison T. Whitt, President Eugene E. Freeman. AsSt. Cashier W. D. Strode, Vice-President Chas. B. StrotherT Assl. 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 produd of an uninterrupted existence of THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS. V t f V V W4T J. J. V f 7 Interest onSavings and Time Deposits If it is Insurance We Write it City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. AH kinds of Life Insurance. Clark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. . Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under this head atonecenta word per insertion. FOU SALE-21 head fine head of hogs, average weight, 100 lbs. Apply to J. B. Eaton. FOU SALE 8,000 good, sound pop lar laths. Applj to J. B. Eaton. Coughs and Colds in Winter Indoor sedeutary life in Winter hat m direct bearing on the pre valence of coughs and colds. Keep the bowels active and overcome constipation with Foley Cathartic Tablets.. Colds, couch, croup, throat, chest and bronchial trou hie quickly relieved with Foley's Ilouey and Tar. Sold every where. Go Slow in Your Autos Nine were injured last week in an auto wreck between Paris and Ujnthiana, and Saturday night five young men started fro'm Lou isville to Lexington. One of them was killed and the other four se nooily injured in a wreck. 4,Oo slower" is sound advice to the speeders. WANTED Laborer! on construction of State Highway in Powell County. Apply ofllceof Codell Byar Construc tion Co. Slude, Ky. FOU SALE 40 acres unimproved land situated on Frame's Branch. A county road is now lieing opened direct to this farm. Everett Barnett, Spout Spring, Ky. FOU BALE Buick Automobile, five passenger, in first-class condition, been well eared for and used but little. Priced right. Win. Rybee, West Bend, Ky. MENDKTS Have received a good supply of th 2po size, by mail I'flo. Don't throw yourcookiiigutinsilsawaj as it psys to repair them. E F. Harris, dis , Clay City, Ky. FOU SALE One Singer machine 30.00 ; ona Singer machine, 135.00 ; one Domestic machine, $10.00; due Singer machine. I'.S.OO. Needles, oil, supplies, for all makes of machines. Singer Sewing Machine Co , O. C JanIelon, Mr.. Winchester. Kv. 47-U G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Ag mt, CLAY CITY, KY. S. B. TRACY, Agent, WINCHESTER, KY. ii VTRDEN We are having some rain, which we welcome. Mr. L. B. Kose is moving hi drill from Mrs. Smitson's.He got a real good gus well while there. Mrs. Smitson had as her guests Thanksgiving dny Mr. Charly Trout and wife. Mr. Williams and wife and Mr. Clark and wife, all from Isling ton ; her grund-dnughter and husband, Leonard Matherly, and little daughter, from Uichmond, Ky. 1,370 Miles of U. S. Roads in Ky. Selection of the roads to com pose the system of Federal aid highways, which under the re quirements of the Federal High way Act of last November will reach into pra-Jticslly every coun ty of the United States, is pro dressing rapidly, according to he Dnreau i f l'ublic Koads of the Departmeut of Agriculture. Out of a total mileage of 187,400, the Keutucky sectionsof the Federal aid system will include 1,:J70 miles of primary and 1,880 miles of secondary road, a total of 3,250 miles. Cut This Out--It Is Worth Money Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c. to Foley & Co., 2833 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's IIen ey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds, and croup, Foley Kidney Fills and Foley Cathar tic Tablets. Sold everywhere. PUBLIC SALE OF FEED On the premises now occupied by Albert Crow, one mile east of Spout Spring on the Hardwick's Creek road Friday, Dec. 8th, 2922, - beginning at 10 o'clock,! will of fer at Public Outcry the follow ing lot of feed : About 40 Barrels of Corn in crib, Six Stacks of Hay, Two Stacks of Oata; 95 Shocks of Fodder, TERMS, CASH. C. W. PASLEY, Administrator.