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Boxt your school, Boost your churhc, Booit the mftnbfn, The scriptures to eirrli. Boost the fraternity, Boost It cause, Boost all the member When tempted to pstie. Boost jour pkrtj, Boost each candidate. Boost him to work now, November will be too late. Boost jour bank, Boost its surplus, Boost the cashier Who is worthy of jour truit. Boost the farmer, Boost him for teal, Boost him to help When to him jou appeal. Hoost jour merchants, Boost their trade, Boost each article 'Till the sales are made. Boost the barber, Boost him each day, Boost him especiallj If jou don't hare to pay. Boost the miller, Boost him with zeal, Boost him continually For making good meal. Booat the blacksmith. Boost his trade, Boont him to be conservative With the money he has made. Boost the railroad company, Boost its employees, Boost the agent Who is busy as a bee. BooMt the garage, Boost the repair, Booft the mechanic To be reasonable and fare. Boost the Dodge, Boost the Ford, Boost the chauffeur To trust in the Lord. Boost the hunter, Boost him the law to obey, Boost him to get license And not to delay. Boost jour neighbor, Boost jour friend, Boost jour enemj Till jour heart do blend. Boost jour children, Booat jour wife, Boost jour whole family With all jour life. Booat everj body, Boost the whole town, Boost from sun-up, Booost till sun-down. Composed by f. B. Hcrt. Hatchers Creek Mm. Hugh Johnson celebrated her 80th birthday Sept. 13th. HV.H. Many of her friends and relatives were present to take dinner with her. Her brother, Sant Hall and wife, and her daughter, Mrs. John Keed, from Hardin county; Mr and Mrs. John Ashley and Nan nie Ashley, Winchester; Mrs. John Sherden and son, of Estill county, were there to spend the day, besides many others. All of her children were present, except her two sons, John and Ch irlie Johnson, of Clark county. She seemed to enjoy the day fplen did, while she is among the old est women of the county. Fifty one took dinner with her and we can only hope that we will be permitted to meet with her one year from thin day again. NOTICE! Two good voung cows for sale. One calf just weaned, the other near three months oM, this cow and calf cheap. Buy your milk cows now and be ready for the winter's milk and butter supply, there's where you save. "See them. Mrs. Fannie Williams. Classified Advertisements! Advertisements Inserted under thl head atone cent a word per insertion.' FOR SALE Ford touring ear In good condition. Price, $250. William Bjbee, West Bend, Kentucky. BUICK TOURING CAR FOR SALE 19'J0 Model in Hrst-class condition. Call at Clay City Oarage for demon stration. Trice S0C 00. for quick sale. WONDERFUL ARTICLE-To stop leaks in all cooking utensils and many other things used in the home Men dets. We have them by the package of 12. 25 ents. by mail 28 cents. E. F. Harris, Clay City, Ky. FOR SALE The Board of Church Extention of the United Presbyterian Church of North America desire to sell the United Presbyterian Church a t Clay City, including the building and lot. Persons desiring to purchase will call on John I). Atkinson, Stanton, Ky. FARM FOR SALE On North Fork, containing 460 acres, one-half mile of school. One hundred acres in river bottom. Good orchard, fine spring, four room dwelling, barn and all other outbuildings. Well watered, lot of good timber. One and one-half mile of Nada, nearest railroad station. All in pasture except, about thirty acres in corn. For further information apply to Fred Kin ser, Lombard, Ky. 37-4t. AGENTS WANTED Wanted two good live agents to sell to every home and business place a well advertised article that sells on right. Only a small amount of money required. 100 prof it. For particulars write Kincaid & Grierson, Room 45, Louis Block, Day ton. Ohio. 19-12t. MALE HELP WANTED 45oO Wat- kins Men are making money selling 174 standard nationally advertised pro ducts direct from manufacturer to farmers. Why be idle? Here's your life chance. If you own team or auto, are under 50 und can give bond we start you with big stock of goods all farmers need. Nearby territory open. J. R. WatkinsCo., Dept. 112, Winona, Minn. 36-4t Hairdlwick & Company THE CASH STORE PRODUCE SAME AS CASH GOING TO DRESS UP FOR THE POWELL COUNTY FAIR? SEPTEMBER 23rd and 24? Come in and let us show you some nobby and conservative Suits just received, ranging in price from $18,00 to $32.00, suitable also for fall and winter use. We have some extra good Suits and Odd Pants at lowest possible price, in blue serge and other colors. New Patterns for ladies' and children's dresses, in Ginghams and Percales in price from 13 to 25c per yard, and other dress fab rics at correct prices. New Outings in many patterns at 12 1-2 to 20C. per yard. Bleach Cotton, 15 to 20c per yard. Brown Cotton, 7 i-2c. to 17 i-2c per yard. Dress Shirts, Everyday Shirts. Flan nel Shirts, Light and Heavy Union Suits, Hosiery and Notions. Overalls. Work Pants, Rain Coats, Duck Coats, Rugs of different kinds. Dress and work Shoes. Harness. Saddlery, Hardware, Tin ware, Thornhill Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Bradley and Vroo man's Paints, United States Casing and Tubes, Motor Oils. Gaso line and Auto Accessories. School Books. Tablets, Pencils, Pens. Inks for the school children. Agents for a reliable Tailoring Company for suits up to $65.00. Full line of Groceries and many other articles for every day use. ALL SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT CUT PRICE. Youro for service, Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 4 t Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y I I I Y Y X ? ? Y i The Winchester Bank, WINCHESTER, KY. i 1 I I x I I I t Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Capital, . Surplus and Profits, Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00 225,000.00 100,000.00 Addison T. Whitt, President. W. D. Strode, Vice Presiednt. W. R.Sphar, " C. B. Strother, Ass't. Cashier. Holly W. Stevenson, Ass't. Cashier. Your account will be appreciated, and handled care fully, and every accommodation granted, consistent with prudent banking methods and safety. Respectfully, ADDISON T. WHITT, Pres. 3 per cent. Interest on Time Deposits. ,4.4,22.214.171.124. 126.96.36.199-' A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4, 4. 4, 4.4. 4.4.4. 4. 4. 188.8.131.52.4.4.4. 4.4-M 4' LISTEN! I will sell while it lasts: 5 Pounds Crystal White Syrup at 33c. per can White Naptha Soap at 7c. per Bar Blue Bird Bread at 9c. per loaf Cocacola at 8c. per bottle. TRY OUR PURE SUGAR CANDY. Yours truly, J. J. CURRY. 2 twirmssswssm StantonTheatire IK Now Showing Western Pictures altogether Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays v Admission. 25c and 15c. i a t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y