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t t t t ? E crzi n n 0 i J ( ) -13 LJ Aft ftSae Wilams' Sale! STORE NO. i. Juct before thelth, you need Dress Gccrb, Ribbons, Wafcto, SIrirte, Drecs C3f Shoes, Oxfords, Millinery, Gloye3, Hccicry, Czc ' Special Attention is called to our Big Sale now in progress. We invite the Ladies to shop hefe and make an ef fort to look over all the lines on Sale. Your Home Store must have Your Support. We pay Taxes in Powell County. We pay the freight. Saving money for You. That's our business. Pay us a Visit. CLOTHING SHOES UNDERWEAR SHIRTS HOSIERY HATS CAPS COLLARS TIES HANDKERCHIEFS AUTO TOGS FOR MEN Sale Now Going On 3000 Rolls of Wail Paper 200 gallons of Paint STORE NO. 2. Those Oil Stoves, 2, 3 and 4 burner, are just what you want this time of the year. The price is reasonable. Step in and look them over. We have only five ranges to close outj No trouble to show them. Wash Boards, Tubs, Aluminum Ware, Cooking Utensils, Glassware, Tinware, Door and Window Screens, all in the Sale. Good Furniture, all priced to unload quickly. Perhaps you need a chair, a bed or mattress, a kitchen cabinet, buffet, dining table or stand. The month of June suggests Furniture buying. Remember if you buy goods of us you get the Best. Bring your catalogue for comparison. We will save you money. Make us prove it. Rugs, Lin oleums, Matting, Shades, Drapes, etc., at Store No. 2. No matter how little or how much you need, we solicit your patronage. t t f f t f f ? f ? T t t t V t t t f f ? V BLADE. . Miss Connie Faulkner attended the chautauqua at Ssanton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewen and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Knight, of ,Clay City, visited' here las week. Levi Frazier was called home ' from California to attend the fu neral of his grandfather, Wni. &f arton. v Miss Inez Breeze was choseu principal and a Miss Lovell, of Lewis county, primary teacher for our school. Quite a few from here visited . the Bridge Sunday. There was , 8om drinking but not so bad as was expected ouly two arrests . were made. County Supt. Miss Maude Bow. en and the school Board havede- cided th graded school question for another year and Stanton gets the graded school. We only have the County. High School pupila to care for and Miss Bo wen is doing . the besf she can until the county is better financed. - Win Morton, Sr., one among the best kuown and respected citizens of 1'owell county, died at his home on South Turk last i Thursday, was buried Friday at Jaulkner grave yard beside his wife. Mr Morton was a Confed erate soldier, fought through the Civil war, a mn that stood high in his coniruuuity. lie is surviv ed by two children, Clyde Mor ton ani tin. Win. Crowe, and several grand children, a brother auJ a sister, all of this county. George Martin, o f Iloitlyn, cancT.jte for sheriff of Powell was making new friends here lt:t Vedr.esiay, ani if there isn't cicie etf rt made Ly our presrni c":::s to chtc the lawlessnefs cjthii cc-jutr wp are going to zi in i.-.r: that will do their du t;. l" cir.iiixtrs rmemher the " :zn tzrt s vote this tin and tt-y tr3 uo afrtid of politicians and are goiug to do their duty tnd it is time some of our officers were about the countrys busi ness. The skeletou found here the 18th of May has been proven be yond doubt to be that of John Wesley Isom, a negro of Wolfe county. The clothes were iden tified by the family where he worked, and the remains shipped to Wolfe county to be buried by his wife. D. (J. Kin, of 1509 N. East St. Bloomington, III., writes and gives a description of his brother Jesse King, been missing a year last April. He is 58 vears old, was last heard of in Hamilton. (J. and he thinks perhaps he came to Kentucky to work in the oilfield. One year ago sugar was $:)2.00 per cwt. Today at the Williams' sale $32.00 will buy a wagon load of goods. ( Godd For Women, Too Foley Cathartic Tablets have long been a favorite physic with men. Women suffer as much as men do from indieestion and con stipation. Mrs. Geo, Powers, 81 Winthrop Ave., llevere. Mass., writes: "I have taken Foley Ca thartic Tablets and I recommend them to everyone!" They banish biliousness, headache, gas. Slier mau llobbins & Suns local agents COW CREEK B. F. Hatton was in the Xena neighborhood Sunday, Mrs. Maud Purcell's baby is much better aftei several weeks illness. ' The little showersof rain Sun day received welcome from the people. Misses Mildred and Ora Bris coe spent Suudaj with Mitts Ber nice Crow. Mr- and Mrs. Dillard Smith, roui Xena, vulted among their relatives here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Birch visited their son, Lona. Birch, on Tat creek Saturday night and Sun day. MissLida James spent the past week with Mrs. Hiram Townsend and other relatives on this side of the river. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crabtree took their little baby to Stanton last week to see a doctor. It has been very ill. Mrs. Alice Reeji and her moth er, Mrp. Lou Townsend, took din ner with Mrs. Maud Purcell and mother Saturday. " Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hatton, of Kstill county, were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Townsend Saturday night. Mr.and Mrs. Bob Hatton, of the PUot neighborhood, Estill county, were guests at Mr. Wilett Towusend's Friday niuht where Mr. B. F. Hatton makes his home. Wm. Townseud was cutting sprouts a few days a 20 and a stick flew up and struck him iu the eye. ,IIe is almost blind from the result and suffers terribly at times. Mr. Will Morton, a beloved citizen psssed from this life into eternity.' Wednesday night about 9 o'clock. He was very old but bore his sickness well. We ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family. Getting Alonf Good Wowenare'as great sufferers from kidney and bladder ail ments as men. Mrs. Carey, Box 91, II. F. D. No. 2, Middletown, N. Y., writes: "I bad kidney trouble ever since 1 was a little girl, bnt I am getting along good since I have taken Foley Kidney Pills." They help the kidneys. Sherman Bobbins & Sons local ageuts. ' . Rtrnrrdrtncs Iu memory of our dear father aid husband, Mr. Johu Purcell, who died at the Clark County Hospital after an operation for appendicitis last July. 'In Winchester cemetery, where the flowers silently wave, Is a spot which contain? a precioi b grave, I A vacancy is left that none can fill. And a place occupied on a lonely hill. God called him from us, we know not why, And made room in His mansions on high. Now all to o u r dear Lord we must colnme-nd, And ever be ready to say Amen. His wife and four little girls. Hasslers Reduced in Price The Clay City Motors Company has just been notified of a reduc tion in price of Hauler shoch ab sorbers. No one can afford to wreck a new maching when it can be saved for only $20 Who Said Dutton? Dr. Uutton's Great Vegetable Discovery and other Standard Remedies can be had from, E. F. Harris, Clay City Ky. A' Good Summer Medicine A summer bronchial cough causes broken sleep and lowers your vitality. Hay fever and asthma are other feasonal afflic tions. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound soothes and heals raw, inflamed membranes, stops tick ling iu tbrot and clears stuffy, wheezy breathing. Contaius no opiates. Sherman Bobbins' tV: Sona local ageuts. EAGLE'T.nidDO'V No. 174 pi ill ffl a. : t !ZS For Sale at your DUr Mad In tWm cruUa ASK FOR THX YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK 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. : : : KENTUCKY.