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f. Z:..z?t i : Pdr. A nOMC-rJADE rAPEIt. t: ;r-coAY,AruiL 7,1021 BUI)3cr.IPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered as seccacUclatts mail nut r at tU Tost OZem at jClay City, Cj, ;i tla Act of Congress of arr i ft, i:73. 1. . 0nrc. For Rep reaeatatlve. We are authorised to announce J. A. KOGER3 candidate for the Democrat Ic nomination for Representative of the Powell-Wolfe district at the Pri mary electidn August 6th, 1021. We are authorized to announce W. T. MCGUIRE, candidate for the Dom cratlo nomination for Representative of the PowcM-Wolfe district at the Pri mary election August 6th, 1921. R. C. BAKER, Stanton, Ky., for Representatire of the Powell-Wolfe district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, promising faith ful and honest service if elected. For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce B. A. CRUTCHER, of Clark County, can didate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of the j 25th Judicial Diitrict subject to the primary election August 6th, 1921. For County Judge. We are authorised to announce the name of JAMES 8. EWEN candidate for County Judge subject to the a Jtion of Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM ASHLEY candidate for Count j Judge of Powell county subject to the Democratic Primary, Aug. 6th. We are authorized to announce HEN RY T. DEUICKSON candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge of Powell county at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. For Sheriff. We are authorized toannoume F.O. POWELL candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Powell Coun ty at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We are authorized to announce FLOYD C. WILLS candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Powell County at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We are authorized to announce GEO. W. MARTIN, of RosBlyn, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Powell county before the primary election August 6th, 1921. For County Clerk. We are authorized to announce I. S. UOONE candidate for the Democratic nomination for reelection of County Court Clerk at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We are authorized to announce TROY C. flARTIN, candidate for the Domocratlo nomination for County Court Clerk at the Primary Aug. 6th. For Aaaeaaor. We are authorized to announce CLINT ROSE candidate for the office of Assessor of Powell county subject to the Democratic Primary, August 6th We are authorized to announce EL BERT FAULKNER, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Powell County at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We ate authorized to announce COIN BOWEN candidate for the Dem oc ratio nomination for Assessor of Powell county at the Primary election Au;;t c:h. .t are author:;;! to announce C:iJL"3. D. IIATTC::, cf Eawen, eandi ills f.r V..9 Dnocratio nomination for Ja!!: At-:tC:h. 17 ar? t-'.L rl;ti ta announce LU- t::z:i c.j:; c-riiixte f;rt.e 1'tz'A :t; It il9 C: -try elaction V.'a tr t ::'.z:l to anno":3 VII ir; V." 1L, czz-.iti for the Drrjo NADA. Several from here attended church a; Slade Sunday. O. M. Mullens made a flying trip to Lexington Saturday. O. M. Mullens was at Camptoo Junction Friday on business. Vina Neal, of Hawkins branch (a yifiting ber brother, Alfred Neal. These warm growing dsyi have put the Jumping Jay Hawker on the move. Dtve Lawson has kicked the Powell couuty dust from his heels and gone to Crestmont. H. S. Martin, of Genet, candi date for County clerk snd matri mony wai here a short while Sat urday. A. C. Mays of this place was called to Salt Lick Sunday owing to the sudden death of one of his brother. v John Saliee moved from here to HicKs, Ohio last week. We regret very much to lose such good neighbors as Mr. Sallee and his family but wish them much success in their new home. It has been rumored that we will have a pike through this part of the county this year. Here's hoping we do so that the honk, honk of the automobile will take the place of the clatter of the horse's hoof. John M. Combs, the hustling farmer of this place, is on the move these days, repairing fenc ing, platiting potatoes etc. John says any one ought to be able to live fat and fine now since poke sallet has made its appearance. Hatchera'a Creek , J. D. Centers, Morris Creek, visited Bud Powell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Willoughby visited Miles Faulkner Sunday. Robt. Reed and wife visited Mrs. Reed's father, Bud Powell. Several from this place attend ed the Robt. Coolee sale Satur day. Mrs. Bill Barnes and family visited Hugh 'Johnson and family Sunday. Mrs. Daniel Townsend, Bowen, is visiting her brother, Bud Pow ell, this week. . Bud Powell, who has been sick for the past month is gardually growing weaker. Mrs. Gilford Thomas, who has been sick for the past week or two, is slowly impoving. Hugh Johnson says he ate something near one thousand egs for his Easter dinner, but think they were fish eggs. Prtim Them to His Friends Backache is a symptom of weak or disordered kidneys. Stiff and L-air.ful joints, rheumatic aches, sore muscles, puflness under the eratie nomination for Jailor of Powell County at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We are authorized to announoe BEKT POWELL, of Xena, Ky., can- didate for the Democratic nomination for Jailor of Powell county at the Pri mary election August 6th, 1931. We are authoritod to announce GP.OVEK C. PALMEK, candidate for the Demoeratie nomination for Jailor cf Powell county at the Primary elec tion Au-u;ttth, 1CJ1. We ire authorised to announce J. N. I!:DA:::rL, of Lombard, candidate fcr t- C:nccrz'.!8 nomination for Jail er cf rcwtU er-z-ty at the Primary , election Au-ujt C:h, IKl. eyes, are others. Yon need not suffer. Ren Richardson, Win grove, W. Va., writes: "I praise Foley Kidney Pills because they sure have helped me. Sherman Robbins and Sons local agents. ncrriTiT. Brace Rogers was a visitor in this vicinity Friday. Miss Dorothy Hall was a visit or in Mt. Sterling Saturday. Mrs. Henrr Morton and chil dren spent Sunday with her fath er here1. Many from here attended the Masonic Lodge at Filson Satur day night. Miss Ota Foster is very sick. Her many friends wish for her a speedy recovery. Miss Cappie Hollon is spending a few days with her parents on Hardwick's Creek. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Hatton vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Faulk ner at Clay City Sunday. John Morton visited at the home of his brother, Henry Mor ton on Cow Creek, 8unday. Paul Faught, of Furnace, vis- ited his mother, Mrs. Morgan Wireman, here over Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Coolee has been very sick and went to Mt Sterl ing last week to see a physician, and while being treated she vis ited at the home of Mrs. A. T. Knox. Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens and children, of Stanton, were here Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Stevens' brother, J. M. Con lee, and also attended Sunday School. Miss Clyde Wireman came ! New Goods Now Arriving New Millinery Now In And Many New Things. A Splendid Assortmnt of Ranges, and ev erything you neen for general Housekeep ing, Gardening and Farming. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overalls, Sweet-Orr Shirts and Overalls. A Handsome Line of Mew Wall Paper, Kolorfast Carpets and Rugs. A Good Line of Paints and Varnishes. In fact, most everything to Eat. wear and use and at Prices consistent with the times Quality considered. I cordially invit your patronage, and prom ise you as Up to-Date Styles as you will find anywhere. v 1 1 It pi I l i : EAGLE4uIXAD0 C Fr SW at yetir Dlr Md in firm grda ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK home last week after a visit with her sister in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wills, of Stanton, were here Sunday visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wills. George Crabtree and nephew, George Reed, of Bowen, were here Monday enroute to Stanton. Mrs. Louisa Martin is visiting her mother, Mrs. Howell, who is very sick at her home near Furn ace. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Benning field visited the latter's sister, Mrs. James Uonlee, and Mr. Con lee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wills are rejoicing over the arrival of a new daughter in their home. Stanley Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rogers and little daughter were week-end guests of Mrs. Rogers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John AUen, here Mr. and Mrs. Gother Martin and little daughter, Elouise, were here from Torrent over Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skidmore. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Burkecame home Monday after spending three months in Florida. Her sis ter, Mrs. Carrie McEwen, came home with them for a visit. Notice: First Sunday in May is go to Sunday School day. Let's all do our bit to see how many we can bring, not only on that day but every other Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Martin a 1 No. 174 and children, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Benningfield and daughter, Miss Maud, were visitors of K. M. Morton and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Palmer and children left Tuesday morn ing for their new home in Ohio. We regret for these good people to leave us, but wish them best success in their new home. Her Baby Had Whooping Cough "M y two children had the whooping cough," writes Mrs. J. O. Hess, N. 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