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Resolutions of Respect
Stunton, Kj., June 13th, 1921. The Intruder nfti-r duf alarm nt the outer portal mid proper ehallengeii given by those whisi duty it is to dis pute his entrance and stay hisappronch, lieedless of all thene and even the word of our TylT, ruthlessly enteral our mystic circle and curried from us our venerable friend and beloved broth er, WIngate Anderson, who had met w ith us for a period of fifty years and more, with the exception of the last couple of years, w hen he was prevent ed from doing o because of his vener nble ape and failing health. Itrothcr Anderson was born on the 10th day of January, 1MB, in Powell county, Ken tucky, and on the 2Sth day of May, 1921, He whs called by the Unmd Mus ter of the lniverse from labor on earth to everlasting refreshment in t h e (irand Lodge above. l'rother Anderson was a typical Ken tucky (ientlcman, hihI a true Christian in all that the word implies, and died !is he lived with faith in (iod and a linn belief in the immortality of the soul. Unsolved That we bow in humble submission to the livine Will of Him who doeth all things well, and made it possible for us to have fraternal fel lowship with jsueh a high, noble chris tian gentleman as o u r departed brSiher. ' iJesnlyedt In the death of I'.roth- r Anderson this lodge h.n lost one of its oldest, truest and faithful mem bers ; the county one of its best citi zmiis and the family a kind and loving father. IJesolved: That we extend to the members our greatest and most heart felt sympathy in their great loss. liesolved: That a jopy of these res olutions be spread on the minute book uf our lodge, a copy sent to the (lay City Tiines and a copy sent to the fam ily of our deceased brother. Luther Stephens, ' Thomas Mcl'all, JJsse Crowe. Committee. n Fti vvvvvvww Troubled For Ten Years .1. T. Osburn, li. V. I). No. 1, Lucasville, (). : "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried alt kinds of remedies but they did me no good. I took Foley Kid ney 1'ills and they helped me so much that now 1 am well." (let Foley Kidney Fills today. (Jet rid of rheumatic pains. Itxckachc, soreness, stillness. S her in a n liobbins Cv Sons local agents. A change in scenery and print ters' ink w ill not promote u suc cessful sale. It's the price that draws the crowd and when a Har gain Festival is staged the Clay City people are riirht there with the old fat pocket book. Men's Shirts selling at William? at just 50c on the dollar. I"" fPtl WsVS Iff' 63 - M 1 SLEEP WELL How can you expect to be 100 crhcient during the day when vnu i.c 8'fikc nail the night coughing? l uu must Lav c relief und fortunately it is Foley's Honey and Tar mpplie. it. The curative influence of thia cat)-to-(t:ke end absolutcljr purs compound ha brought relief to thousand Jl will do the ,.. for j o j. C. F, t: mn.ui, ). -.;iie, , K.br.. writea thlfl lr to:i(;!i nt f ,i J could hardly lees lor twj u Vife i h Th. very Jtrit doi.t of JoUr't Kon.'y it, i r relieved ma. and I did r-t couali all iht r.-i.. Ia twu day' tins. 7 cou.Ji was ti.U.., Pains Were Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, ol K. F. D. No. 1, Bluford, 111., got rid of tier ills. ''During...! was awfullr weak ... H My pains were terrific. I inoucni i wuuiu uic. i nc bearing-down pains were actually so severe 1 could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower fart of my stomach . . sjmply felt as if life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while read ing the Birthday Alma- Q nac, he came across . a I case similar to mine, and went straight for some varum iuj nic iu vy. TAKE t Hardwick & The Woman's Tonic OB "I took it faithfully and the results were immedi nn ate," adds Mrs. Gregory. rPn "I continued to get bet- ter, all my ills left me, DQ and 1 went through . . . Mfm with no further trouble. itiy UdUJ mas lai mu strong, and myself thank rind am once more hale and hearty, can walk n miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel BD like a new person. All 1 .O nwi to Cardui " For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by dis orders peculiar to women. Take & Cardui u u ? ? ? ? ? t f ? ? r t ? f t t t V r T t t f t t t v t V t t r t X THE CASH STORE z PRODUCE SAME AS CASH I - Our Spring Goods are, arriving and it is not necessary to tell any one that on many articles, fabrics and suits, that to-day's price in many instances is onejialf and on some articles less than one Jialf price tey 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 and Matting t)x 12 Rugs, $5.00 to 11.00, Small Rugs, Fibre Cacpets 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. " ? Y v ? t t $ v f V T Y v ua b n Q J. 82 Yours for service, Hard wick & Company Bald Rock. Mr. ami Mrs. Win. H. Etepp a 111 little daughter visited friends it (ilenet last week. Weed Hrist-D and wife and John IUllard were here last Saturday having some deeds prepared. Someone may say that we had tlewed away but we haven't only fur a distance and at n. w. angle. Miss Vina E., the little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Weed Adum?, has been very ill for the past ten days, hut is very much improved at this writing. Mr. an! Mrs. Weed Adams and three daughters, Misses Mary H. Knxie E. and Vina E., visited V. C. and II. S. Martin last Wedws day night and Thursday. Mr. aiuj Mrs. J. II. Mullen, formerly of Campron Junction, , A. P. JOHNSON, Agent j I Standard Marble Company, i ; ROME, GEORGIA. t have moved to Ilannlin, l'erry county, where Mr. Mullens is agent for the L. k N. li. II. A lar:e crowd attended county j court at Stanton last Monday. Several cases were disposed of, mostly for fifilure to work the county road. Several candida'es were present and a potd fujijber of them registered while there. World war veterans : Do you have your victory medal? Do you have your back av, if any be due? Have you a pension claim pending? Is your insurance cor rect? If anything is wron, call on II. S. Martin, (jenet, Ky.,and he will straighten you out free of charge. Win. Morton, a Civil war vet eran, was called away from this land of sorrow to that land of rest and peace last Wednesday nijrht. Mr.'Murtin had been in ill health for quite a longtime. Uncle Will was one of I'owell county's best citizens and was well beliked by all who knew him. We extend our heart felt sympathy to the children of ihe dfceased.and may they look to Him who doeth all things well. 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 4444444444444444444444444 444444444444444444444444 Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. It Costs Money To Travel With hi:h railroad fares and higher hotel billi fewer people this year will go to health resorts to get rid of impurities in the system that cause rhuematic pains, backache, swollen, sore and painful joints and muscles. If you need relief and do not want to leave home, iry Foley Kidney l'illi Shermau, Kobbins iVr Sons, local ageUts. "It Looks Like New" A very pleasant remark to hear made about your car, and one worth while. We sell you the paint, or varnish at a small cost and you do the work in spare time or we will do it for yon. One half pint can of paint, -loc, one pint 7.V, one quart, $1 JO One pint can of best Varnish .f 1 ''). Clay City Motors (, , ('lay City, Ky. No need of ging bare footed when you can buy Ladies' hose for l-rx; at Williams' Sale. N0TICEI Ja :nes l'rotl'itt and others, com prising more than two-thirds of the legal voters in a taxing dis trict known as Stairton, Ken tucky, have filed a petition in my ollice on the :J7th day of May, 1121, for the purpose of securing a charter and incorporating a town in I'owell county, Ken tucky, to be called Stanton. C. N. CKOWE. Clerk of I'owell County Circuit C. D. Power. Darwin W. lohnion, I. 5mith Homam, L. C Ruuell, . Sec'y. 6c Treai. Am. Sec'y- & Actuary. Mgr. Indiuiral Depl The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Home Office Commonwealth BIdg., 106-1 10 South 5th St., Louisville, Kentucky. . Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance Company ' v i i 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 Full information can be obtained by address ing or calling on , J. P. Hopkins. Agent, : McEldowney BIdg., Winchester, Ky. 4 I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks.