Dr. Hamilton, Dentist, of Mt.
Sterling, is here this week.
Joe Ledford and daughter Miss
Myrtle, motored to Winchester
Mr. A. C. Day made a business
trip to Winchester and Lexing
Miss I'earl Akers visited Miss
Anna Mae Crabtree fromSatur
day Mil Tuesday.
Charlie Howen, son of Mr. Al
bert Dowen, left Wednesday for
a visit to Wisconsin.
Mrs. Carolyne Keed, of Hardin
rounty, came Tuesday morning
to visit relatives here.
Mrs. Ike Wilder, Fincastle,
spent several days this week with
her daughter Miss liessie Curry.
Mrs. S. M. Maloney came down
Saturday from Torrent for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
K. P. Moreland.
Mr. S. F. Kalor was called to
llellmont, Ohio Saturday on ac
count of the serious illness of his
brother, Leslie Kalor.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michler, of
near Lexington, visited the let
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. C.
liowen from Friday till Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Willough
by have had as guests the pa6t
week, Mr. and Mrs. Field Town
send, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Logan
and Mrs. Frank Logan.
W. It. Thompson, who has been
depot agent a t this place for
some time, has been moved to
Campton Junction. I.en Mar
tin is here to till his place.
Mrs. Taulbee P.owen and chil
dren went to Torrent Saturday to
visit her sister, Mrs. linssell
Howen, and from there to Fin
castle to see her parents, Mr. and
Mr. S. F. Kalor has moved his
family back to their property in
liowen, having been on Cat creek
for the past eighteen months
boundary of timber.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Faulkiur,
of Levee, came Sunday to be with
her father, Sidney Knox, who is
very ill. Mr. Faulkner returned
Monday, but Mrs. Faulkner will
remain with her father through
Mr. and Mrs. Aley Skidmore
ni.l twin daughters were guests
Saturday and Sunday of Mrs.
Skidmore's father, Mr. Dick ben
(inld and Mrs. Henninclield
Their sons, Shelby and Virgil,
Skidmore visited Mr. Kos hwen
Sherman Keed, son of J. M.
Keed, was found in the road in-
missions Monday, lie carries
the mail from here to Patsey,
and it was on his return that he
was struck by lightning, render
iixr tiim unconscious. His mule
was found near by and a trap on
one of the mail bags was broken
Mls Knth Christine McKin
ney, of Avon, visited relatives'
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint IJarnett, of
Newport. Ky., are visiting Mr.
nd Mrs. 0. w. Paslev this week.
Misses (Jladys Christopher and
Drusie Harnett visited Misses
Martha and Mildred Harnett Sun-
Monday being labor day there
was nothing doing on the new
road. AH the hands seemed to
observe the day.
Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. D.
M. R-iXter and Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Barnes spent a verv pelasant
day with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Hennv "Harnett has moved to
the Kimbrell neighborhood. Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Kurgher have
gone to housekeeping in the
house recently vacated by Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. F.ixter, of
Winchester, have returned home
after several days visit with rel
atives and friends. Miss Texie
Hall iie.'omnanied them h rne
and will all attend the Lexington
Last Thursday Mrs. W. F. Hall
and daughter, Texie, Miss Mar
tha Harnett, Mrs. D. M. Haxter
and Mrs. A. C. Harries spent a
Dleasant day with Mrs. A. J. Lar-
ison and family. AH went away
feelinc much better for the days
pleasure and feel that it will be
When it it an effort to drag one foot
after the other, when you are alwtyt
tired and teem lacking in itrengtb and
endurance, when achet and paint rack
the body, it it well to look forty mptoma
I kidney trouble.
fcaniih effectt of kidney and bladder
trouble by removing the cauie. They
re healing and curative. They tone up
and tlrcnjhten the weakened or dikeated
crgant. They relieve backache, rheu
matic paint, stiff jointi, aore mutclet.
W. W. Welle. Teeouin. Mich., writee: "I
gtt greet reliel tram taking Foley Kidney Pills.
Iiidh Bay leel mm e " m ure
ut. Alter taking Feley Kidney Pills, tbay nek
ana leal like a oaar anen I recemmaag Ibam ta
any euelomere and never tiae beard at aay ceea
avbare tbay did net give eatiilactie.."
Sherman Robbina & Sons,
Clay City, Ky.
By Virtue of Kieetition No. f?0 di-
rertod to me, which isnued from the
Clerk's Office of tho Powell Circuit
Court, in favor of Nannie Johnson Ac.
1, or one of in y Peputiea, will, on
Monday, the 3rd day of OctoWr, 1821,
between the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M.
and 4 o'clock V. M., at the Courtliouoe
door in Stanton, Ky., County of Powell
Ky., ex pone to Public Sale to the high
eat bidder, the following property (or
m much thereof aa may be neceasnry
to aatisfy the amount of the Plftintifl'a
delit, intercut, and roata), to wit:
$'77. 61, a certain boundary of land on
the bend waters of llardwick'a Creek,
and ndjoinintr the land of Ambrose
l'allnrd and Francis I'.lythe, and con
taining abont 50 acres, levied upon as
the property of (1. W. Shoemaker.
TKHMS: Sale will be made on a
credit of six months Imnd with approv
ed security required, bearing interest
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum
from day of sale, and having the force
and effect of a Replevin bond, this
:iiUh day of August, 1821.
Sheriff Powell County.
0 Id Age Not Always the Cause
Men and women under 40 years
of age who feel tired out, with
aches and pains and sore and
still joints and muscles, should
not attribute these to on-coming
age when they are but symptoms
of Kidney and bladder trouble.
Foley Kidney Tills help the kid
neys remove the cans ofetrouble.
Sherman Kobbins and Sons local
Ten Bushels of Coal Absolutely
To any one buying a Heating Stove from me
between now and October the First 1921. I
Ten Bushels Of Coal
And with a Range, Box or Kentucky Step
Stove I will give
Twenty Bushels Of Coal.
Bear in mind the prices are marked down on
all Stoves and are as cheap as you can buy
anywhere. The Free Coal feature is for Sept
ember Buyers. The prices and makes of this
beautiful assortment of Stoves will compare
with any line, even in a larger town. Then,
why not get busy. Buy your Stoves now and
accept the Gift of the
MRS. F. W. WILLIAMS.
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