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II. S. Martin v a pliant
visitor on Cat creek, l'ecks creek
Knowlfon, Happy P other
points last Sunday.
A. Z. Martin, of Hardin coun
ty, was here last wrr-k on hii'f
ness, rather in the-interest of
s we oil and pas leases.
Farmers buiy demiim: up,
flowing and etc. You cn hear
the haw and gee from the north
east end of (Jritter's Kidire to the
far side of the Mason, Dixit) line.
Mr. and Mrs. Weed Ad mis and
three daughters, Missis Mary R
Koxie K. and Vina, visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Mullens at. Chop
ton Junction from Saturday until
I Among those who attended
the Masonic Lodge at Filson Sat
urday night we're: II. S. Martin
Thos. Hatton, Oscar Hireh, Joe
Mullens, W. K. Smith, M. I.
liocers, Geo. Hrisooe, I. F. Hat
ton, Ij. D. James.
II. S. Martin was appointed
Deputy State Counselor of the
Jr. O. II. A. M. and has received
his commission to organize a
lodge at the Junior Hall oh Cat
creek which he sys he hopes to
put the work on within a fort
night. Many are anxiously wait
1 1 1 ir for orders from Deputy Martin.
digestion. Mrs. II. .!.' Marehard,
oV Lawrence Sr., Salem, Mass.,
writes: "l used Foley Cathartic
Tablets for constipation' with
irood result. I will never he with
out them.' Sherman Ilfbbin A
Sons local agents.
Try This for Indigestion
Foley Cathartic Tablets and
are just the thins: for headache,
biliousness, buoating, srus, bad
breath and other symptoms of 111-
Chus. Burton and tfife moved
this eek to-hisfarm he recently
1'evs. "Lsrison a n d Uobbins
preached two very impressive
sermons here Sunday which we
believe did a lot of goof spiritu
Chas. Hatton, who is a candi
date for jailor in the Democratic
primary, was here Sunday to at
tend church ami of course he in
terviewed most of the voters.
IWt Harnett t;n daughter,
Miss IJuth, were up from Wades
Mill to attend the Coulee saje
Saturday.. After , the .sale, they
came here to be with Mrs. II. C.
Knur, the former's sister, who is
verv nek. t
Thinks There is None Better
M"fes Richardson, II. F. D. 1
Box 78, K truer, Ok la., writes:
"I had a hurtinz in my chest and
conzhed until I srasped for breath.
Foley's Honey and Tar relieved
me of my trouble and did me so
much good I don't think there
is a better medicine for colds,
roughs ami hoarseness." Good for
children a n d safe. Sherman
Kobbins A; Sons local agents
The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth:
New York Life Insurance Co.
The Strongest Fire, Hail, Tornado and
Windstorm Insurance Co. in America:
The Home Insurance Co.
MARION ATKINSON, Agent,
STANTON. : :.
Healthy Sows and Healthy Litters
, i r
Breeding stock is kept healthy and vigorous if fed with Tuxedo
Hog Ration. Large litters and healthy pigs are largely Jus to
correct feeding of your breeding stock. Tuxedo Hog Ration
keeps appetites normal and natural. Start feeding Tuxedo I loy
Ration with your young pigs and see the fast, solid growth they
make and what vitality they deyelop. Young stock fed Tuxedo
Hog Ration will make your finest breeding sows and bos rs.
This perfectly balanced, standardized feed is guaranteed to
nlv Ulft Drotein. fat. 55
carbohydrates, and 7 fibre. Use it to build
bone, muscle and fat on your stock.
TuxtJo Hot Ration it moa hy Tht Etf'j &
Dcmd Company, makett of TuitJo Chop. Ct
' tt-a lin Eft M oA. tie. Buy it J'om your local
Jt.altr. If hi tennot supply you. uritt ut'jur
nam of nearest dealer .
THE EARLY & DANIEL CO.
. CINCINNATI, OHIO
Black-DrauEht Is, In
my opinion, the best liver
medicine on the market,"
states Mrs. R. II. White
side, of Keota.Okla. She
continues: "I had a pain
in my chest after eating
tight, unccn-.fortable feel
ingand this was very
disagreeable find brought
on headache. 1 was con
stipated and knew it was
indigestion and inactive
liver. I began the use of
Black-Draught, night and
morning, and it sure is
splendid and certainly
I L I 0 EC-
i ll B
For over seventy years
this purclx vegetable
preparation has been
found beneficial by thou
sands of persons suffer
ing from effects of a tor
pid, or slow-acting liver.
colic, coated tongue, diz
ziness, constipation, bit
ter taste, sleeplessness,
lack of energy, pain in
back, puffiness under the
eyes any or all of these
symptoms often indicate
that there is something
the matter with your
hver. You can't be too
careful about the medi
cine you lake. Be sure
that the name, Thed
ford's Black-Draught," is
on the package. At all
Advert i'iiK-nts inserted under thin
head nl one rent n word per insertion.
('OWN FOlt SALE Fifteen barrel
ofpieked 'orn nt $" 00 per tarr?l Ht .Til).
Aqulln Hnowden. Clay City, Ky. fltf
FOR SALE Six pieces of fl1 uteel
c.lMnH, niu ji. oi r-4 eu--i i;imhk 10-
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Clay City. Ky.
IHtESSMAKEI' WANTED To do
imy kind of ppwing. drem:ikintt and
tin t triniinini; at inv store. Write I,.
Stamper, Stanton, Ky. lit. St
FOl! SALE Huff Plymouth Ix-k
eefi for Kettinj; purposes ntfl.00 per
netting' of tifteen etrc. Mr, (l-iear
Stapled. Clay City. Ky. J!-4t
FA KM WANTED I want to hear
from party having farm for Kali. (Jive
j rriee Hint dencriptinn. B. . Toward ,
j Champaign, Illinois.
Laundry, SuitH, Itug and Hatu
I5rin thni to E. F. Hani at the dd
Barber Stand, next to the Bed Biver
Mote). We repreprnt New Broeestt
Laundry, of Winchester.
MALE HELP det biiey. keep busy.
In your Job unsafe? Is it permanent?
Yon want a life-long business. You can
get into ftneh a tiusinesfi, celling more
than 137 WutkiiiH product direct to
farmerc if you own auti or team pr can
get one ; if you are under .Viand can give
bond with personal urctiea. We back
you with big nulling helps. r2 year in
busbies. ),C)iiO,(XH) user of our pro
du't. Write for information here
you "an get territory. J. B. WAT
KINS CO., Department 111. Winona,
Minn. ' Ul-i
FOB SALE I have a road cart for
sale, and if told at once, will sf II it at
n bargain rice of f 15 on. If ym are
in the market for a cart cull and ec
me. will exi'lianjft for other pro erty.
C. A. Wett, Vaughn' Mill, Kj. 11
The way to pay the expreos of
the country for the next four
years i to levy a fax on applica
tion for federal oflioes.
Public Sale of Land
As agent for the heir, the un
dersigned will on
SATURDAY, Al'UIL !
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on
the premise? at Waltersrille sell
at public auction the homestead
of Millie Skinner and Will Skin
ner, deceased. This land is across
the river from ("lay City on the
new Winchester and Clay (My
ron cl and consists of S acres hot
torn land, and 40 acres shale land.
It adjoins the Kifk land recently
sold to a shale company. Thoro
is a four-room cottajre on this
place and n fine never failinc
snrinp. Will le pleased tolmw
this placo to any one interested
enough to call on me. before the
day of sale.
JOHN I KIX(H), Admr.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
ron cackach e, I.'idncvs and Clacder
ountz & Nelson j!
Millinery and Notions
Every week we are receiving a new line
of Millinery and Notions. . -
We invite you to see our line before
buying elsewhere. Why go elsewhere when
you can buy the same goods at home? We
'can compete. with any city store as to styles
and quality, but at lower prices. ;
Sale Special, Checked Hair Ribbon 25c.
DON'T ORDER FENCE
From mail order houses and v ait a
month or two to ;ct it, when you can
buy it from
dford. & Tutile
at Winchester, Ky., f o r less money
and get it the next day after order is
' FEED and SEEDS of all kinds.
&' D. Power. Darwin " . Jotiniion, I. rmilh 1 Ionian, L. G. Ruuell,
Sec'y. & 1 if. Afst. Src'y. & Aituary. Mgr. Wuttral Dept.
Life Insurance Company
Home Office Commonwealth Bldg., 106-1 10 South 5th St.,
. Louisville, Kentucky.
Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance
And its policy contracts are most liberal and
up to date in every respect. Policies issued
in amounts ranging from a five cent wei' 1 .
premium on children to $50,003.03.
Full information can be obtained by address
ing or calling on
J. P. Hopkins, Agent,
McEldowney Bldg., . Winchester, Ky.
j I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks. -