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Jos King and family attended
the funeral of hii ancle, lierry Harnett Monday. , . . Mr. Willie IInry Tuttle and Miss Sallie Oottcian were marri ed In Winchester Monday, June theCth. Lesaie Crow and family of Ctantoo, ipiat Cunday with Mr. Crow'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. he rt Crow. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiseman, of Clark county, spent Sunday with the latter'i brother, Lloyd Todd and Mra. Todd. Mrs. Martha Snowden, aged 83 years, was found dead in bed Fri day night, having expired all a lone while ber ton, Arch Snow den, who lives with her had gone to see his sick uncle, Jierry Bar nett, who lived bat a short dis tance away. The remains were laid to rest at tialem Sunday morning betide her husband, John D. Snowden, who died some forty years ago, and funeral ser vices were conducted at the grave in the presence of a Urge gathering of friends. , Kev. A quilla Snowden gave the talk at the grave. Mrs. Snowden is survived by five sons: Marion and Arch 1 Snowden, of this county ; Green Caowden", of Taintsville; Joe Snowden, of Montgomery county aud Dave 8nowden, of Winches ter. All the children were pres ent at the burial. ' , t ' Kerry ' Harnett, aged sixty- three years, died at his home near here Sunday evening at 7:16 after a lingering illuess of several months duration. The remains were buried Monday evening at Salem graveyard, fu neral eervices first having been conducted by the'Kev. M. C. Vanulevc. A laree crowd was present. Mr. Harnett was twice tnarri ed, first to a Miss King, who did years ago, and second to a Miss Humes, who dieI three years ago. He is survived by six chil dfen of the first marriage, Wm. Harnett, of Clark county ; Clint Harnett, of Newport, Ky. ; Hen ny Harnett at home; Mrs Robert Niblack and Mrs. Hettie Payne, of Indiana, To the second mar. riage the following children sur vive. Elza and Frank Harnett Mrs. Geo. Pasley, of this couu- ty, Misses Martha, Emma, Dru- sie and Mildred at home and Os car Burnett, of Clark county. . Feet Drag? When It ia an effort to drug one foot after tbe other, when you are always tired and teem lacking in itrength and endurance, when aches and paint rack the body, It it well to look for tymptomt ol kidney trouble. E banish effecta of kidney and bladder trouble by removing the cause. They are henling and curative. They tone up and strengthen the weakened or diseased organs. They relieve backache, rheu matic pains, stiff joints, tore muscles. W. W. VtHs. Tonquin, Mich., writaa: "I ' flat treat rlif Iran taain Folay Kidnap Pills, listiai hat moat af I ha tiaaa ant tat tiraa ant. Attar taking Folay Kid nay Pilla. thaymaka Ha faal lika a naw mmn i I rc.mm.nd (bam ta mw auatomart and navar hava kaard at say eaaa wbara thav did not aiva aatitfactio" Troubled For Ten Years J.'T. Osburn, U. F. I). No. 1, Lucasville, ,0. ; "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried all kiuds of remedies but they did me no good. I took PoIey Kid ney Pills and they helped me so much that now I am well." Get Foley Kidney Pills today. (Jet rid of rheumatic pains, backache, soreness, stiil'ueFs. Sherman Robbing & Sons local agents. GENET Crops of all kind looking fine. No fruit here but a fine pros pect for blackberries. Mrs. Ann Smyth, of Xena, came home to visit the cemetery on I HairdwSdk: & Gompaimy f " . wfj-i n i n nr 1 THE CASH PKUDUUV x STORE AS CASH A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. j J un . T1 T1J1 T T7TT ! . B , :is sk inieaaacne "For years we have used Black-Draught in our family, and. I hav? cever found any medicine that could take its phct," wriiss Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta cy, who Is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black VrssM as a medicine that should be kept in every house held tor use In the prompt treatment of many little Ills to pre vent them from developing into serious troubles. .' TEBDFORD'S It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy c"::'jired. Mlt is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a ccMtr.d headache. 1 don't know what we would do in our f if it wasn't for Black-Draught It has saved us many c! "-3 . . . I don't see how any family can hardly no with er :v I fcr.ov it is a reliable anq splendid medicine to keep It 1 "5 r:j. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am :: :v.::-utItH . . h-zzl Uo Stations ; ,!ZT'J u rj u n n t ! i ? X t ? t ? T X ? ? r ? t T 1 V Our Spring Goods are arriving and it is not necessary to toll any one that on many articles, fabrics and suits, that to-day's price in many instances is one half and on some articles less than one half price they have been recently. We have received new line Spring and Summer Woolen Suits in Skeleton and full lined coats, ranging in price from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up to $35. Let us show them to you. Union Suits, Hos iery. Organdies, Serge, Percale, Madras and Ginghams. Ladies', Misses' and children's ready to wear Dresses. Ladies' Misses' and children's Hats. Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers. New line Men's and Young Men's Hats and Caps. Fibre. Grass t and Matting qx 12 Rugs, $5.00 to 1 1.00, Small Rugs, Fibre Carpets and Matting in the roll. Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Pads ect. Wire Fencing, Bard Wire, Nails, Sta ples and other Hardware for farm use. Oliver Chilled Plows, Rid ing Cultivators, Shovel Plows, Thornhill Wagons, Axles and Skeins. Fresh supply of Fertilizer, Globe Blood, Bone Phosphate and Pot ash for all grain and garden products Lots of articles we haven't space to mention, just come and ask for it and if we haven't got it, we will do our best to get it for you. r v t f t t t V V Yours for service, I Hardwick(& Gimpany $iyzit t y y Decoration Day. Mrs. B. F. Martin and children, bf Nada, visited Weed Adams last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Cora Adams, of Xena, and Mra. Mary Woodard, of same place, came out to the cemetery on tiie 30th. ' We declare it to be the unwrit. ten law of this Republic, estab I inlied by custom and usajre of one hundred years and sanction ed by the examples of the great est and wisest of those who founded and have maintained our government, that no man should be eligible for a third term of any office. Well the dog has lost out in popularity with a greit many farmers owing to the riiuoa he is creating aloug taxation lines. Poor "ole fife" there is nothing in him of course, but tome how we always thought he was a han dy sort a thing to have about the house if he would only keep his nose "outeu ole specs nest", in the weeds down by the ash hop. per you knovv John. The writtr has just returned from a trip "out among em". We met the hustling, editor of the Tliiiew, and tie to(k time to show us through liU place of bus iness and gave us an, introduc tion to Ins working force. We were mopping at the home of J. K. KiMCid down in Mechanic viUe, Mud while there we met Judge larger, 'of t IiW police court, Jas. Woolery, (Jeo. Ware,' Mr. McCullum, John Maxwell, K. i P. Tracy and several other good! Luetiie men of t L-tll. ' The shale project seems to be a go we were told by men while in the city that knew about the oil and shale business that it was a matter of a very short time that the shale and oil business of Powell ' county was not dead but 'sleepeth" and when the price of the product raised suffi cient to compete with the de mand of the drill and etc that Powell county would be given a test far better than the craw. fish holes the wild catters has put down in this county heretofore. NOTICE! James Proil'itt and others, com prising more than two-thirds of the legal voters in a taxing dis trict known as Stanton, Ken tucky, have filed a petition in my office on the 27th day of May, 1921, for the purpose of securing a charter and incorparating a town in Powell county, Ken tucky, to be called Stanton. C. N. CKOWK. Clerk of Powell County Circuit C. D. Powart, Darwin W. Johntoo. I. fniith Homant, L. C Ruuell. Piaa'l . Sec'y. & Trea. Ant. Sec'y. & Actuary. Mgr. Induitral Dept The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Home Office Commonwealth Bldg., 1 06-1 1 0 South 5th St., -Louisville, Kentucky. Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance Company And its policy contracts are most liberal and up to date in every respect. Policies issued in amounts ranging from a five cent weekly premium on children to $50,000. 00. 'f Full information can be obtained by adjdress , , ing or calling bn ' ; J. P. Hopkins, Agent, 't McEldowney Bldg., Winchester, Kya i J I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks.