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SPOUT SPMNQ Ohe Lnwp Im returned to Camp j U-nnins:, kH'T i few week') furlough. .' Mr. John A. Tio?i h vi-itina hi son, Weeded L Tiittnn near' Knowlfon thi week'. j Mr. and Mrs. Clmii Murtin and children v i i r 1 Mr. and Mrs. j I);IVP Martin Sumltv. j Mr. si ml Mrs. .Mnrmiii Wireman mid children viited Mrs. Wire in:m' mother, Mi. Newkirk, near Furnace lat week. Fmory Honors, of Xen.i, was hor for Sunday f liool Sunday :unl visited aMh home of a nice little "jest like 'mi." Misses Nl ill le l'ennitlillield, Zuli Martin, H'lf Derickson andj Viri:il Martin were m Stanton Saturday niiiht attending the the atre. ! Mr. ami Mrs. .John Allen, two little boys ami their niece, Miss Kna Fane, 1 i t e 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morton at F.owen over Sunday. Misse? ln Kweii and Fannie Daniel, Clida Morton and Slier man K ed, of F.ower. were here Saturday visiting Miss Fmma llenninnlifMd. Mrs. Nannie lJenninlield and Mrs. Fannie Miii ton visited the former's sister-in law and the 1 fitter's sifter, Mrs. Luther Ste phens at Stanton Tuesday. Mr. F. L. Fans: ht and cousin, Mrs. Minnie Lyle Miller were in Lexiimton la-t week t- meet their aunt, Mrs. Mabel Skrihner, of Indianapolis Mrs. Skrihner will spend a few weeks with rel atives here Mr. and Mrs. Fmilish Garrett and chillreii, of North Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Fwen, of North F.end, were victim: Mrs. (lar-K-tt's and Mr. Kwen's sister, M rs. Albert Skidmore, and Mr. Skid more here Sunday. Mr. Carrie Farley, of Danville, i visiting her sister, Mr?. Shelt MeKinney. Mr. M id?? Lewis, of Winches, ter i li?re visiting lier many rel atives. Mis Kiinioe- Vncnm, of Stan ton, prnt th vek end with the folks of her n-iele, Ike Flkin. Mioses Irene and Jane MeKin- ney, of Avon, Fayette oonnty, Ifj are here this -veek viitiig rela-jy tive. fj Lloyd II1I died Sunday nmrn-jjfj ins as a result of an injury ?n- Jfj t i nel several weeks ago when he fell off a 'dill" near Ilazird ift while doinsr some work on the; railroad. F.nrial Monday at S Jj lem church yard. Lloyd was 22 hfi years old and a son of Mrs. l't.tf? Hall, of this place. Several i- ! ters and brothers l?o Mirvire. tfj bR GENET Our si-hool i beinc tuucht this J year by Ira (I. Frofitt, of Xena. The recent rains have done JJR ,..,1 t nil irr.uviiiii srrmj III 11(11 "mumi in nil .iwoiii. ai i rjj Miss Dexter Stephens and her mother, of Stanton, visited Mr. and Mr. F.ert Ihnvcn h-( Satur day and Sunday. Hex Itowen, candidate for prof, .John A. Holers, of Xena, bnsino Magistrate in the ontii i-ork We Must Unload 'n;: TZ.T Mnrnr And in order to do so, we are sacrificing many lines. Below are only a few of our MANY BARGAINS: . 1 Lot of Shoes worth from One Dollar and Fifty Cents to Two Dol lars and Fifty Cents now going at 98c. 1 Lot of Shoes $1.49. 1 Lot of Shoes $1.98 Remember, School time will soon be here, so get your needs for the Kiddies at these wonderful Bargains in Shoes and Slippers. Lot of Slip-over Rompers worth $1.25 now 75c. In fact, everything in our line is greatly reduced. COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES. Make this store, when in Clay City, your headquarters rs. F. W. Williams. M jr.rt l.v flip m:iv candidate for lers Chajwl district was shak. .e nf Iw. in-: hands with the voters here! 1 last Thursday. was ranictii.R here last Monday. i Classified Advertisements The road leading from Filson Ia,! ; - w uiiui i bins head ntonrrentn word per iisertion. Kis Birthday This Month M. F. Deman, Co. F. National Military Home, Kans. , writes: "I have taken Foley's Honey ;:nd l ar with satisfactory rtenlts. My condi which was very severe, is now about stopped. My ai:e is 77 the ."th of August." (Jood for hay fever, asthma, - irritating coughs midsummer colds. Slier in a ii K ibbins A; Sons hn-al d ealer.s. Notice to the Voters Of Powell County I take this method of inform ing the voters of l'owell county that 1 am running as a Deputy to Klbert Faulkner for Tax Com missioner, inasmuch as he has given me the job of making out the tax books in case lie is elect ed. Under no circumstance would run as a Deputy to any one, except that 1 have fatherless children to raise and care for. For this reason alone 1 am akins: my friends to 6upport"Faulkner" for "Assessor." It ha been rumored that 1 have withdrawn aa Mr. Faulk ner's Deputy but I have determ ined to run, and this is linal Appreciating anything you may do or Ray for me, I am, (Jratefully yours, Mrs. Ivlna Frazier. t f f t f y t y y y y A. WIRE FENCING We have made a big reduction in our prices. If you arc in need of fence, buy it now and put it up while you are net busy with other farm work. y Galvanized Roofing- We are making special lew prices on Roof ing. State kind and amount you want and we will make you a delivered price. BEDFORD & TUTTLE, Winchester, Ky. v f v V y V to Furnace i s being repaired . -.i. t ii m .. ,i un.i. ii. .m'.mu5a .oitn,.,. WOXDKi: KUL AKTK'LK To stop (Joodness knows it needs some- . Kviks in nil cooking utensils nnd many thing dune for as it was almost j other thing used in the home Men impassable. Let the good work j 1,,'ta- w" llllV1' them by the jmekitge () f) nf '-r "'nts. by mail L'6 cents. E. F. b ' Harris, Clay ('ity, Ky. V. 0. Martin was at Kogers' I Chapel last Thursday "peepin " U,I(M i:..0 ,tJ , . . ' iii-i ' S ngents to sell to every home arouiKl them oil wells, and it has; and busines ple, u well advertised been said thathe "peeped" more j article that sell on right. Onlyn small at cue of the fair sex than he did j "mount of money required. 1nou prof it. I-or particular write Kincaid it Day- IP-lUt. .it tlio ml wells. As to the truth . i r,,, i. ii t in .1. 111 llll." I.IIH I PlUll-Ultlll Ul jUMItlH ,, (11.:,, ' knoweth not. Fee V When it is on -Fort to clrng one foot of'er the Dlher, when you arc Always tired ond fcera lacking in strength nnd endurance, when aches nnd pn'ns rnck the body, it is v. ell folooklcrfymptoTis of k'dney trouble. j MALE II KM" AVANTKD Idle? ViK business i ready for yon. Sell l:t7 pro I duets direct to fanners on credit. If yon own team or uuto. are under 50, can give bond, we start you. Twenty million use our products, (iood terri tory open. Write J. It. Watkin Co., Dept. 1I5, Winona, Minn. Jt' your life elmni'c. 3l-4t CT THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORD S BLACK-DRAUGHT White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Come and Go But The "Old Reliable" Bedford's Black-Draught Came and Stayed. Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims airaiDst the estate of Uerry Har nett, deceased, will present same to the undersigned properly prov en by August 6, 11)21, or theBame w ill be barred. (. V. 1'asley. Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed ford's Black-Draught to her friends and neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a well known Jackson County lady, said: "I am getting up In years; my head is pretty white. 1 have seen medicines and reme dies come and go but the old reliable came and stayed. I am talking of Black Draught, a liver medicine we have used for years one that can be depended up on and one that will do the work. "Black-Draught will relieve Indigestion and constipation if taken right, and I know for I tried it It Is the best thing I have ever found for the full, uncomfortable feeling alter meals. Sour stomach and sick headache can be relieved by taking Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also ssists the liver In throwing off impuri ties. 1 am glad to recommend Black Draught, and do, to my friends and neighbors." Thedford's Black-Draught Is a stand ard household remedy with a record of over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of impurities. Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed ford's, the genuine. At all druggists. ' Q.rj bni h effects of !:"d'icy end bidder trciiMe by removing the cnve. Tliry are healing r.nd curnlive. 'I bey tone up and ttrcnhten the weakened or diseased rgni. They relic -e I. mknche, rheu matic pains, stiff joints, sore muclc6. W. W. Wells. Tonquin. Mich.. writM: "1 tl trrr.t relief Irom Ukin Fulry Kidney ft' Ills. 1 am on my "eft frmtt rf the time and ft tired put. .fter taking 1 1 ley K.Jn.-y I'iIIk, lb. ymaka me l.al like a new man I leremniem) them to It y cusfotreri; and rrver hive heard ol any iu e-here the unl rtot tftve aatistactio...' Glad to Get Rid of It Mrs. M try Uhurke, 1007 N. Al liter St., Sanfrancisco, Calif., writes: "I have been troubled wite backache; took two Foley Kidney Tills and they helped me no :ood my back stopped pain in? nie. l am so glad to get rid of it." Women liud great relief in Foley Kidney Fills. Sherman Kobhins A: Sons local agents. EAGLE"MIICADO"Pcncil Ho. 174 TO For Sale your Dealer . Made in fiva (radca ASK FOR THE YELLOW TENCIL 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: , i The Home Insurance Co. MARION ATKINSON, Agent, STANTON. KENTUCKY.