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(LMt week) Mm. Ionard Campbell' baby i" rerj iek at this writing with croup. Sallie. Rnrrun and Pernie Crowe pent Saturday and Sunday with John Hurrua and also Jeff Allen. Luther James and family are s-llinij out to goto Winchester where they will make their home this winter. Corn gathering time is shunt over. "We hvc sure had a pretty full for gathering corn. We are glad to see the farmers get their work up for it looks like it is going to be a bad winter. Mrs. J. M. Wircman and family were called to Furnace to see her ftahcr who has been nick for some time and i now at dying point. Mr. Newkirk will leave many and hearts weaping af ter him. From another correspondent, ft, F. llntton and Win. Townsend made a Hying trip to Stanton Monday. Taulbee Bowcn and family visited Walter Burns Sunday and also Mr. E. I', Moroland. Fannie Daniel, A Ha Faulkner, Annua Crowe, Floyd Daniel and some others visited Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Morton Sunday. Mrs. Maude Purees and children have returned from Winchester, where they have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sarah Chnrl ei. Mrs. Albert Ewen i improving fast and Mrs. Mollie lieed also. We are pleased to report this good new. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Birch had as their fcuesH Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Marion I id ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Or lander Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. I.onie Birch and children. Misses IVrniee Crowe and Sallie Bur ns and brother. James, visited their Ki'and fathers, John Burus and W. J. Allen, of Cat ?reck. Saturday and Sun day. They report a nice time. Miss Bernice Crowe entertained sev eral young people Monday night. Those BLADE. Squire Profitt, of Stanton, spent Sunday with his family here. Garth Dowen and Jack Conlee entered school at i'inc Ridge last Monday. J. A. Boen attended the trial of Topher Daniel at Winchester Monday. Miss Maude Uowen is attend injr the K. K. A. at Frankfort this week. Mrs. Tiplon'C )ldfield visited the Alrin Drew Industrial school at li ne Ridge last week. Mk-cs Lois ,Io!inon ami Rosa Spencer, of Gray's Rranoh, spent week end with Miss Nance Mc Nail). Mr. and Mrs. John Rrevver, Hazel Kwen and Clarence Brew er motored to Mt. Sterling last Tuesday. Minnie Faulkner will move to her property n"ar Slade. Jesse Townsend will move to farm va cated by Mrs. Faulkner. George Kwen bought a prt of present were: Misses Fannie Daniel, Sallie Burus and Floyd Daniel, Clar ence Allen and John Morton. Winter Gatherings Spread Disease Sneezing and couching at in door gatherings Fpread disease. The first symptoms of, or long standing Coughs, colds, croup, throat, chest and bronchial trou ble arr.quickly relieved with Fo ley's Honey and Tar. Contains no opiates ingredient! printed on the wrapper. Sold everywhere. PLANT THIS FALL FUIT AND SHADE TREES. BLOOMING SHRUBS. SMALL FRUITS. GRAPE VINES. EVER GREEN PERLNNIALS. In fact, Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our il lustrated catalog this year is the most complete nursery book ever issued in the Soulh. It is free for the asking. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Blue Grass Nurseries, LEXINGTON, KY. 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. t'lark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. G. D. HOWELL, Sub. Ag mt, CLAY CITY, KY. S. B. TRACY, Agent, WINCHESTER. KY. 31 rf Grubbs, Scobee & Bartlett Undertakers, Embalmers Sjj Efficient Ambulance Service Day ..... h and INight Day Phone 303 Night Phone 156 Hardware and Stoves Winchester, - Kentucky. the land owned by Douglas lUoki and is building a home on same expect to move nejt week. Mrs. Fred Scott, of Camp ton Junction, visited her nephew, Clarence Scott, Monday, who ia attending school at State Univer sity at Lexington. The coal diggers on Clear branch are over run with orders for coal. Co Jell fc Ryers pur chased a car load of mine run cal ot A. B. Kwen, of Hazard, which arrived here Saturday. E. T. Kwen has been seriously sick of hiccoughs and hemorrhage of the stomach, but is improving. Beverly McNabb is also sufTerit g from hiccough?, and several ca ses from other places reported. They begin to get relief about the third day. I wish to correct a mistake in regard to W. C. T. U. There is not and never was a union at Slade and there has not. been a meeting of this band in ibis end of the county for about 8 years. There are two state members at Slade and two at another post office in this end ( f the county, and a few scattering members in different p;:rto of the county, but enough in Kentucky that means much when the whisky problem i? to be solved. The whisky sym pathizer say that Hie prohibition people have robbed the whisky men of their just rights anl they ought to have a chance. Did ev er a siloon keeper or moonshiner ask a mother, wife or a neglect ed child if they were willing, for their .homes to be destroyed and their loved ones turned from hu man to beasts, murderers, tramps and all t he detrimentals that whisky causes? If the prohihi Monist and especially the chiis- nan wo iu were as reaav io speak. Hgiinst this uw f til curse as the Devil and his army 18 ready to stand for it we would get bet ter results and more help to save 1 st souls. Commissioner's Sale Powell Circuit Court, Kentucky . II. L. Shiinfcpsel and etc, Plain! iff, EJ Lohniiller, Pefondant. In Kipiity. I' j' virtue of a Judgment and Order LET THE EAGLE SQUEAL ONE WAY: Hold the Dollar and make the Ea gle SQUEAL before spending it. ANOTHER WAY i During your productive period of life spend all you make and in old age SQUEAL yourself. A good Bank ACCOUNT is the best protection to those that look ahead. As a Special Inducement to Encourage Savings we PAY 4 PER CENT. ON TIME DEPOSITS Powell County Bank, Stanton, Kentucky. of Sale of the Powell Circuit court, rendered at the November term there of, 1022 in the above ?ause, for the sum of fifty-one and fifty-one hundredths ($.! CO) dollars with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 3rd day of April WJ? until paid, and i!ot herein I chnll proceed to of fer for sale at the ('ourt-house door in Stanton, Kentucky tr the highest bid der, at Public Auction, on Monday the fiotday of January. 1023, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of three months thrt following described prop erty, to wit: One Oil Well Drilling Machine, to gether with all equipment and tools therewith, known as the ICd Lohmiller Drilling Machine. Or sufficient there of to produce the auma of money so or denyl Jo be made. For the purchase price the purchaser with approved sc ;urity or securities, must execute P.ond. bearing legiil interest from the day of Mile until paid, and having the for;e and effect of n Judgment. Bid ders w ill be prepared toeoinply prompt ly with these term. LUTIIKK STEPHENS, t'omini.v-ioner. Notice Notice is hereby given to the jredit- I org of the estate of Larkin Stamper as signed, that the undersigned assignee, will on December 15th, I0:2, at his law otiice in the First National Hunk build ing in Jackson, Ky. hold his sittings for the purpose of receiving, filing an 1 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. K. C. Ilyden, Assignee. Troubled With Weak Kidneys "Have been trouble! with weak kidneys since childhood," write Mrs. (i Hyde, JHiioni:i, .M i-lit- Notice to Hunters No hunting or trespassing allowed on any of the lands of the undersigned in Powell county. Edwin Hose. .1. E. Purgher. Henry Tipton. nan. "Now pitst forty and have hid terrible backache and that tired out feeling, hardly able to do, my work. I?y us ins Foley Kidney Tills accompanied with Foley Cathartic Tablets 1 soon felt like a new person." Sold Kverv where. 7Z 55!2&K QZJ&EUUt3 -IH 57 YEARS WhySuffer? Pain interferes with business, spoils pl"s ure and wrecks the human system. Hundreds of thous ands of sufferers find relief by taking DR. MILES' Anti-Pain Pills Why don't you try them? Your druggist sells them at pre-war prices 25 doses 25 cents. Economy pack age, 125 dotes $1 00. Of iininterrupti d TVKe to the people of Winchester and ('lark county attest the (jualily of the assistance which we have rendered to our com munity, and the ui)tiet.iiciiit d H.ifely hi -h we hn.e afforded its fundi. Thi is the Oldest Hank in Winchester and the Largest. Our Capital and Surplus of "do (hki (hi, our resources exceeding J.loO.dO') ( and our MEMIiEKSMir in the EEDEKAh KESEKVE SYSTEM enahle u to nupply tin kind of hanking servi-'e you want. We pay interest on time and Savings Deposits. Your business will he appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NATL BANK. WINCHESTER, KY. d R. P. TAYLOR, Preident, g A. II. HAMPTON, V. Pici't, W. P. HAMPTON, Cashier, E. L. UPIIAM, At.'t. " The Strongest Financial Institution on Elarlh: 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, : : s KENIUCKY.