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Ross Jones spent Sunday with
friends in Cynthiana.
Mr. D. N. Botts, of Lexington,
spent Sunday in this city.
Mrs. M. T. Botts is visiting
relatives and friends at Bethel. .
Mr.- Win. Ifirje, of Lexington,
visited rclativM this city Mon
day. Rev. T. Benton Hill, of Virgin
ia, was here on a business trip last
head, spent Saturday with friends
twenty rive from here
Court in Winchester
J. W. Riley,
a visitor in
Miss Nell Miller, of Morehead,
was the guest of friendf in this
Miss Catherine Headley, of
Lexington, is visiting Miss Anna
Mr. A. W. Stofer and wife
visited relatives in Lexington Sat
urday and Sunday.
p- Mrs. Henry Judy aud daughter,
Miss Emerald, visited friends in
Tipton Wilson spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Richard
Apperson in Lexington.
Mr. Marvin Gay attended the
local talent play "Mr. Bob" at
Winchester Monday night.
Mrs. Weathers, of Avon, was
the guest last Thursday of her
daughter, Mrs. Cecil Greene.
Messrs. Riggs Sullivan and
Fred Deitz speut Sunday after
noon and evening in Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Richard
son, of Des Moines, Iowa, are
guests of his mother, Mrs. Nannie
Mrs. Jno. D. Green wade has re
turned home after a visit of sever
al weeks to relatives and friends
; jt Huntington, V. Va.
Mrs. Emilce Hibler Reid and
Mrs. F. C. Duerson leave today
for a visit to Mrs. Webster P.
Huntington at Cleveland, Ohio.
For the WHY, Ask
Mrs. Hnttie Howard, of Sharps
burg, is here visiting relatives and
Miss Elizabeth Cockrcll has re
turned from a visit to relatives in
Miss Ollio Triplett will visit
friends and relatives in Sharps
burg this week.
Messrs. C. C. Chcnault and
Pierce Winn will leave this week
for Eustis, Fla.
Miss Stella Dawsop, of Owings
ville, was, nvisitor in this city the
lirst of the week.
Miss Laura Williams and Mrs.
Dunlap Gay will leave this week
for soveral weeks' visit to Floridn.
Messrs. J. Y. Rogers and Stock
well Samuels will leave today for
New York where they will make
extensive purchases for The Rog
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cole
man and little daughter are in
Ashland visiting Mrs. C. H. Prich
ard. They expect to be gone
about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Pollard and
Miss Emma Tadlock, of Danville,
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pol
lard and attenaeu the third anni
versary of their marriage Sunday.
Miss Nettie Horton will accom
pany her sister, Mrs. Catesby
Woodford, to New Orleans, La.,
where they will attend Mardi
Gras. They expect to leave some
time this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Tyler, of
Philadelphia, are visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tyler.
Mrs. Tyler will remain here while
her husband makes, a trip through
the Southern States.
Mr. Walter Jones, of New York,
will arrive Friday to be the guest
of Manager N. A. Wilkerson, of
the Tabb Opera House. While
here he can be seen after 8:30
o'clock when he will appear in
J RELIGIOUS J
I.KST YOU FOiiOKTl
You must not forget that Dr.
Alexander is to be at the Metho-1
dist church next bunday and
speak at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. for
the next week. Be sure to hear
B. C. Horton, Pastor.
Miss Katherine Petitt, of the
W. O. T. Settlement School at
Hindman, Knott county, will be
in this city and give a talk, Tues
day afternoon, February 4, at
2:30 o'clock, at the Methodist
Church. Miss Petitt is an at
tractive and interesting talker and
should have a lurjre audience. The
young women of the city are es
pecially asked to attend. Miss
Petitt will also give a short talk
in tho evening at tho close of the
TIIK CHURCH'S DU1i
The care of tho child is recog
nized as of supremo importance
by all Christian people today and
hence the anxiety to establish
kindergartens and Sunday Schools
everywhere in both our own and
foreign countries, and to have
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Mrs. Mary Mcguiar continues
Mrs. John II. Blount is getting
Miss Nell Wyatt remains about
Mrs. Lawless D. Gate wood is
somo better this week.
Juduo G. A. McCormick con
tinues to improve.
Mr. John W. White is .consid
erably better this week.
Mr. L. L. BrdgefortU is con
fined to his room with la grippe.
Miss Mabel Huddcn remains in
a very critical condition.
Mrs. F. C Laughlin is resting
nicely and her condition is much
Mrs. G. N. Cox', who was op
erated on last Thursday, is resting
Mrs. Carolyn Aarasmith is quite
sick ut the home of her daughter,
Mrs. A. R. Robertson.
Mrs. Geo. W. Anderson, Sr.,
is getting along nicely after a two
weeks' attack of la grippe.
Prof. W. O. Hopper is able to
attend to his duties at the school
again after a week's sickness.
Mrs. Amanda J. Reid, who has
been very sick for the past three
weeks, is improving rapidly.
Master John Madison Coleman,
who was dangerously ill tor sev
eral days last week, is now getting
Mr. Roger Hedden, who has
been conlined to his home with la
grippe for several days past, is
getting along nicely.
Mrs. Jno. W. William, who has
been conlined to her home for the
past two weeks with la grippe, is
somo better this week.
The two small children of Geo.
Anderson, Jr., have been quite
sick for the past few days suffer
ing from poisoning.
Mrs. Jacob Dragoo and daugh
ter, who have been quite sick with
typhoid fever for several weeks
imst are about well
Miss Bessie Botts, of Bath
county, was brought to the
National Hotel in this city the
lirst of the week lor medical
Miss Millie Ragan is quite, sick
at her home in the county and
owing to her advanced age her
relatives and friends are much con
cerned about her.
Miss Annie Montjoy was taken
to .Lexington Saturday where she
was operated on. While her
condition is very serious her chan
ces for recovery are very good.
good public school laws enacted
and enlorceu. it is encouraging
when wo think of what is being
done by tho country at large to
stamp out evils, but oh, there is
so much yet to be done, and each
community has its own problems
which must be worked out by its
own citizens. May God hasten
the time when each one will as
sumo his share of tho responsi
bility. This is the Season
When you need some of the
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Iludnuts Cold Cream Tubes, 25c
Hiulnuts Marvelous Cream Jars 50c
Iludnuts Creme Sec.
Rose Toilet Cream 25c
You Know Us
We are In business 'right here where you live. You arc att
acquaintance, neighbor or a friend of ours. This money-back
If-not-satisflcd offer should prove the sincerity of our claims.
When wa tar we believe we have
the beat laxative and back up our
statement with our unqualified prom
ise to return without question or
formality the money paid ui for it,
if it does not prove entirely satis
factory to you, we believo we ore en
titled to your confidence.
Our business success and prestige
depend upon your confidence in us.
We know we must secure and bold
rour confidence in order to set and
keep your patronage. Therefore, we
would not dare make this offer if we
wero not positively certain that we
can provo our claims for
Our ezperionco with them and tho
many reports we have received from
those who have used them prove
that they arc. really the most pleasing
and satisfactory bowel remedy we
Rexall Orderlies taste like candy.
They are soothing and easy in action.
They don't cause griping, nausea,
purging or excessive looseness, as do
the usual physio or laxative. Rexall
Orderlies seem to act as a tonic
etrcngthencr upon the nerves and
muscles of the bowels. They prompt
CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drufl'
gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores. '
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our store:
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There la a Renll Store In nearly every town and city in the United States, Canada and
Oreat Britain. There is a different Reiau Remedy for nearly every ordinary human 1U
eaeh eiDeeially designed for the particular ill for whioh it la recommendod.
The Rexoli Stores are America's Qreatest Drug Stores
Our repair work is the better-than-the-ordinary
kind. Come to us with your watch or clock
troubles and let us prove thequality of our work
Bryan & Whitehead
3 boxes best matches for 10c.
Spot Cash Grocery.
for Sale Privately.
My property on Sprinsr street,
consisting of 2 acres of Innd. irood
n-room residence, oaiu miu all
necessary out buildings. Never
failing spring in yard.
28-tf. M. F. Hinson.
Best patent (lour $2.95 per 100
pounds. Spot Cash Grocery.
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ly relieve constipation. They act to
overcome the cause of constipation.
They tend to eliminate the cause
of sick headache, biliousness, bad
breath, nervousness and other Ills
attendant upon inacUve bowels.
Make Us Prove This
We want you to come to our store
and get a package of Rexall Order
lies, Use a few or use up tho entire
box. Then, if you are not entirely
satisfied, come back and tell us and
we will promptly return tho money
you paid us for them.
You promise nothing you sfgn
nothing you oblignto yourself to us
in no way whatever. Wo accept
your mere word.
Don't you now believe that Rexall
Orderlies are worthy of a trial?
Could any offer be more fair?
Try Them at Our Risk
We particularly recommend Rexall
Orderlies for children, aged persona
and for delicate people.
Rexall Orderlies come in vest
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10o
30 tablets, 25c; 80 tablets, 60a.
Usual dose one tablet.
Little Child Died Tuesday.
Paul McCracken, ajjed four
years, died at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Mc
Cracken, in this city, Tuesday
moininjr, after u linyx'iinjj illness
of Brijiht's disease and pneumonia.
He was a bright little fellow and
the many friends of his parents
will learn of his death with much
D I B tfi 5TU DT O N 0
THE DELUGE EFFECT.
Qenesla 6i9-22( 7l1 1-24 Feb. 2.
"For the uapci of tin It death; but the gift of
Ood it eternal life, through Jetut Ohritt our
Lord." Romant $:tS.
SCIENTIFIC Bible students And
tiio Blblo story of the Deluge
corroborated by Geology, As
tronomy and History. The old
est records of Babylonia tell of the
Deluge. But no record compares with
tho Genesis account or gives a connect
ed history of 1050 years, from Adam
to the Flood.
Geology demonstrates that there
havo been soveral great deluges. When
wo ask whence such floods could come,
Astronomy points us to Saturn and
Jupiter with their "rings," composed of
off as gas when
tho planets were
at white heat
These gases cooled
and formed vari
ous rings. The ro
tation of the plan
ets on their axes
causes these rings
to spread out as
and gradually to thin at the equator
and thicken at the poles, until they
collapse, causing deluges.
The earth once had similar "rings,"
precipitated one after another, at long
Intervals during the Six Great Cre
ative Days. God so timed His Plan
that the last of earth's rings was still
unbroken when tuuu was created. But
It had spread into a great canopy or
veil. There could be neither rain nor
storm under such conditions. (Genesis
2:5.) The temperature of the whole
earth was equable, the sun's rays act
ing upon the canopy as upon the white
glass of a hot-house.
Why the Polar lee?
Geology testifies to a Glacial Period,
when great Icebergs, carried by floods
of water, rushed from the poles to
ward the equator. Scientists have
traced great valleys cut by these ice
bergs during this period.
The collapse of the canopy caused a
deluge at both poles, a flow of great
tidal waves toward the equator and
sudden, Intense cold at the poles. The
water froze so rupldly that in recent
years animals with grass between
their teeth have been dug out of solid
The vertical rays of the sun kept the
equatorial atmosphere very hot until
the trade winds sprang up, distribut
ing the heat over the earth. The equa
torial waters were also very hot, until
tho ocean currents set in. These, like
the Gulf Stream, carry the warm equa
torial waters toward the poles. These
processes, going on for 4400 years, are
gradually thawing out the polar re
gions, and causing large numbers of
Icebergs to break looe from the polar
glaciers, ami distress mariners.
Professor George Frederick Wright
has dropped a suggestion which fits
well with the Bible narrative that
Noah's ark apparently remained near
tbe place where It wa. built. As we
understand the professor, the geolog
ical evidences are that swift currents
laden with icebergs and rocks visited
parts of America. Europe and Asia,
but seemingly avoided Mt. Ararat,
where evidently an eddy formed, for
alluvial deposits there are extraordi
The Cause of the Deluge.
Let us Inquire. Why did not Divine
providence precipitate the last ring be
fore man was created? The answer is
that God foreknew the rebellion of
Satan and permitted the temptation
and fall of man solely because Ho
foresaw how ultimate good could be
accomplished and valuable lessons be
given both men and angels. All of
His dealings are nloug lines of Justice,
guided by Love Divine.
Before the Flood wickedness had
greatly increased, but not merely from
humnn depravity. Some of the angels
became disobedient to God. and by
.their greater intelligence led mankind
Into depths of Inlqulty.-Genesls 0:1-5.
The Bible cites tnauy instances where
angels havo materialized as human be
ings. This power nppenrs to have been
possessed by an
gels before The
Flood. Somo of
daughters of men
aud lived as hu
man beings. Tbe
children of these
augela were hu
mau beings d i f
We read that thoy
wero giants, "men
"All flesh died."
of renown," who filled tho earth with
violence. Finally God's displeasure
blotted them out of existence In tbe
Deluge. God thus manifested Ills de
termination to destroy sin.
Antediluvian sinners of Adam's race
belong to tho mass of mankind, with
whom Messiah will deal during Ills
Millennial Itelgn of righteousness. Af
terchnstlsement forwllful disobedience,
they may bo, if willing, recovered from
sin and death, and attain human per
fection ut Jesus' cost.
For tho sons of angels by human
mothers there Is no hopo. Their exist
ence was not authorized by God. They
woro not rodcemed. They will have no
awakening. As for the fallen angels,
tho Blblo tells us that for 4400 years
thoy havo been restrained "In chains
of darknoss," until "tho Judgment of
the Great Day." Jude a
This subject is too large for satisfac
tory treatment here. We will supply
free a treatise, on receipt of a postcard
request, addressed to Brooklyn Tab
ernacle, Brooklyn, N. Y.