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The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, December 14, 1922, Image 4

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Morris Creek
Surely there will be a cake for
X tin .
W nre proud of our new teach
er, (ioy M. Croe.
Clifton Fryar wnt to Irvine
Saturday on businen.
mrs. iname nichardion is
very ill at thi writing.
H. F. Uatton was Moiling on
th creek the other day,
Mr. and Mrs. Muck Holder
moved on W. Al. Neal'a dace
Saturday.
Miss Ilattie Ntal was the Sun
day Kuest of her sifter, Mrs. Nan
nie Hennitigtleld.
W are gad to siy that K. F.
I' ryar ia improving after a long
pell of fciekiiesi.
Mr. aod Mrs. Lemon Centers
have moved hack to their old
home place from t lie oil field.
There will he meeting here
next Saturday night and Sunday
the 17ih by Hro, l.arieon. Kvery
hod.v come.
Mr. J. I). Centers, Mr. and Mrs.
II. S. Fryar mid two daughters,
Violet mid Lillie, and non, Leon
ard, were hoing iti Winchester
Monday.
Constipation in Elderly People
"I m eighty years old and h;ie
heen troubled with constipation.
Tried all kincN of physics but
t'ofhing helped. Fley Cathartic
Tablet! is I he only f.hit g that gnve
Hi" relief. They wi.rU without
lti pioc a 'id tune u p I hi system. " i
15. II IIiill.iiiil, Ovaudo, Montana, j
A w hidesome pliydc. Sold Kvery- ,
where. '
Cow Creek.
(Too late for last week.)
Quite a'lot of i'knf ! in our neigh
borhood. Mr. Joe Mullens 1 milTering aith
rheumatism.
Iiiie Addins, aged f?7 year, is very
ill at tli is writing.
The meeting at Chop (heistniit mm
well ait nded Sunday.
Weed Adam wa in Winchester
Saturday on legal business.
The Dixie and Virginia high way is
protfi-ening nicely in this neck of the
wood.
Miss (ilndys Townsend, or Kit on,
Wise, tisited her cousin. Mrs. II, S.
Martin lust week.
Jesse Adams is at home from Cov
ington where he will spend the holi
day With home folks.
Mrs. Minn Charles, of Torrent, is
visiting her sifter, Mrs. Mary Adams,
from Saturday till Monday.
Miss Iloxie Adams, who has tn en on
the sick list for several days with pneu
monia, is alle to lie out inin,
Mr. and Mrs. I.nndo Tow nsend re
turned from Klton, Wise, where they
will stay during the w inter months.
Hello old Times, will joii admit the
little correspondent at Cow creek again
into your midst, have been absent tor
awhile, just returned from Frankfort.
Kxnect lo he on time each week fur
our little county piiper.
. ('.. Martin, our regular enrresnon-
ucni, nas ihhj ins pen and ink aside,
and vow there will never another cor
respondent come from his hand. We
are very sorry to lose such a faithful
hand w ho l as been with us for the pat
12 years.
Commissioner's Sale.
Tow ell Circuit Co'irt, Kentucky
Amanda Walters A Etc., Plaintiff,
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point N 0" W P .3-4 poles t j a Hake ;
Cut This Out-It Is Worth Money
Cut out this slip, enclose with
5c to I'oley C , 2S3.) Slieflie
t I- iti
e., nitago. in wining f u r
name iind address clearlv. You
will receive in return dial
package? containing Foley's I J on
ey and Tar (..'ouipounu, for
eou.'hs, colds, and croup, Foley
Kidney Fills and Foley Cathar
tic Tablets. Sold t verywhere.
New r. I
At the new low price the Ford j
I Sedan represents a greater val- I III
I ue than has ever been offered. I
It provides enclosed car com- I I
I fort , in a dependable, quality I I
I product at a minimum cost. I I
I Your order placed now will
insure reasonably prompt de- I I
' livery. Terms if desired 11
JOE MOUNTZ,
' - Cfay.City, Ky
(J. PeNue fi Etc.. Defendant.
In Ktjtu'ty.
Hy virtue of a Judgment and Order of
silo of Powell Cirmit Court, rendered
at the November Term thereof, MW, in
the above cniife for Distribution of the
estate offlillie .skinner, deceased, and
costs herein, I si all proceed to olTer
fir sale at the Court-house d-M.r in
Slant. n, Kantueky, to the highest bid
der, at Public? Auction, on M.mday . the
1st. day of January, 1W3, at 1 o'clock
P. fl , or thereabout (being County
Court day), upon a credit of six months
wie 101 lowing described property, to
wit :
Beginning flf & stake niir the mouth
ofAmiilla Branch on the north side of
Kt-d river; thein-e up the river N HO K
62 poles to a stiike ; X 27 K 'J'l poles to
a stake, corner tn AtuncieOil and 8hale
Company; thence leaving the river
with their line N C3 W M 1-2 poles to a
chestnut oak on a point N IS 1-2 K 12
pol
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X l 1-2 W fll 1-2 n.des ton hestnut
oak ; X M W 12 poles to a stake, pine
nointers. corner to J. B. llamnion ;
thence with his line S IH v IT 1-2 poles
to a stake, marked J H. : S 61 1-2 W
10 1-2 poles ton stake; S 72 1-2 W 10 1-2
poles to a black oak ; S 68 1-2 W 8 1
poles to a stake, corner to J. A. NY
and J. . J'atton ; thence w ith P.itton'
line & 30 K 10 -4 noles to a slake : S 2n
K 18 poles to a stake by a pine ; X 47 K
12 1-2 poles to H stake; S JiO K 8 3-4
polea to a dead chestnut ; S 13 K 12 1-4
pola to a stake, II. (1. Walters corner : '
thence with his line S !-3 K 6 poles to a
set stone ; S 1 W 1-2 poles to a stake j
by the branch ; thence down the branch j
S 78 K 8 poles to the beginning. Or'
sullicient thereof to produce thcsuimJ
of money so ordered to be made. For j
the purchase price the purchaser, with
approved security or securities, must
execute bond, bearing legal interest
from the day of sale until paid, and
having the force and effect of a Judg
ment. Bidders will be prepared to
comply promptly with these terms.
I.UTIIEIl STEPIIKXS.
C ommissioner.
I T1le Clay City Garage f
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, tops 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
Established 1S85
iilThe Winchester
Saturday is Clay City
Market and Court Day.
Grandchild had Croupy Cough
"My grandchild could get no
relief wIkiIi ver from it very had
'roupy rough," wii't'8 I'eter Iin
In, M.yersilale, Ia.. "until I
rave him Foley's Honey and Far.
Cough s, colds, croup, throat, chest
and bronchial irritations quickly
relieved with Foley's Honey anil
Tar. Sold Kvprvwhpr.
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Winchester, Ky.
Capital,
Surplus and Profits -
$100,OOO.CO
200,000.00
Resources Over
ONE MILLION, SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS
Addison T. Whitt, PresiJent
W. D. Strode, Vice-President
E'ugene E. Freeman, Asit. Casliici
Gias. B. Strother, Asfl. Cashier
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The Organization, Resources and Facilities cf this Institution en
able us to offer Efficient Service and Libera! Accommodations in all
Departments. Our Service includes Every Advantage for the hand
ling of Your Banking Business; it is the product of an uninterrupted
exigence of THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS.
Classified Advertisements
Advertisements inerted tinder this
bend at ne cent n word er insej'tbin.
STKA YKI Ulnck liorse mule, meitly
tuise, 6 to 7 year old. Strnvcd from
Clay City Nov. ISth l'lcnne notify O.
laniel, Vaulm' Mill, Ky. lo-'Jt
van sali:-2i
bo(t-, n vera k
to J . I'. Iviton.
bead tine lieud f
weilit, 100 11m. Apply
Interest on Savings and Time Deposits
S A Big Money -Saying m
I'OU !AI.i:-3,(K)u phkI wound pop
bir latliK. Apply to J. 15. Knton..
l(i: S1.K 10 acre iinimvroved
bind fituated on Frmnc'n Prancli. A
county nml Ik now beiny opened direct
to thi farm Kvcretl Harnett, Spout
Spring. Ky.
M KXDKTS Have received a good
f up ly of the ..' izc, by mail I'tfe.
Iiiui't throw youreiMikinj; utiiifiln away
a it piiyn tonpair them. K. V. Harris
tli.i , ( lay City, Ky.
1' Oli SA I. Y'. One Sinper niHcbiin
.:0 00; one .Singer machine, f35.(K) ; one
lomeiic machine, $10.0(1; one Singer
machine, ! .on. Needlen, oil, nupplicn,
for all inakeN of mnehine. Singer
Sewing Machine Co , O. ('. lianiel.m,
Mjtr., inchekler, Ky. 47'4t
A ten-days Sale commencing
Saturday, December 16th,
and continuing Ten Days, I will otfer for sale
at quite a Reduced Price my entire Stock of
Merchandise at Stamper's Store, Stanton,
Ky., and will also, as a special inducement,
Give Away one $45.00
Kitchen Cabinet
to the Lucky One drawing the right key from a
mall bag of keys to unlock a' lock that goes with
said keys. One key goes with every $2.00 purchase
made, so be sure to call for your key every time you
buy $2.00 worth of goods. This is a clean-cut prop
osition, no trick, but an honest business deal.
L. St amper
for David Ades.
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