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Holt Dcrickson wii in Cincin nati Saturday and Sunday. ' Mist Gladys Lowe retaroedSun day (rem a week's visit to her sifter at Furnace. N. D. Wireman and Mrs. B. Campbell were quietly married las' Tuesday evening. We with them a long and hapoy life. Misses Mila and Ltddie Baker, of Cain Creek, and Paul Faoght, of Furnace, were week-end ftuests of Matt and Vina Benningfield. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Kenning field and daughter, M iry Ilnxie, were in Clay City last Friday via itinz their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Daniel, Jr., and Mr. Dauiel. Mr. and Mrs. Thurs Bowen, from Mount Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Ken, Mr. and Mrs Durrett Ewen, of Stanton; Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Dericksnn and children, Mrs. Elmer Derickson and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs II. T. Derickson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M Derickson Sunday. Lift Monday the death Angel visited our vicinity and took from our midst our friend and relative, George Wymore, who has been very nek at the home of his niece, Mra. I)ra Martin, for near two months. He leaven a host ot friends to mourn his loss besides three nieces, Mrs. Dora Martin and Mrs. Maggie Atkins, f tin place, and Mrs. Li I he Lowe, who now lives in Michicnn, and a lov inic nephew, .lames Wymore. Cut This Out-It Is Worth Money. C n out ihix slip, enelose it wnli 5c.tn Foley fe Co., 2835 She f field Ave , Chicacu, III., writing your name itnl address clearly You will receive in return a trial package coittaining Kolev's Hon ey and Tar Compound, for coughs colds and croup. Foley Kidne Tills and Foley Cathartic Tab. lets Sherman Kobbina & Sone local agents SLADE. Austin Faulkner went to Win oheater Saturday. John Combs and mm, Eirl, went to Winchester Monday Mr. and Mrs Kelly Folks were in Winchester shopping Tuesday. Miss Inez Breeze was a hui ness visitor at Winchester Mon day. Mrs. J. C. Hash and J, C. Jr. are visiting frieuds in Cincinniu this week. Charlie Beurris, of Campton Junct., visited Ernest and Aiif. tin Faulkner Sunday, Miss Carrie Taulbee and Mrs. Fieldon Boweu, Nada, visited Miss Bettie IVofitt Sunday. Misses Connie Faulkner and Kosa Ford returned back to Stan ton College Mon Uv after spend ing week end with hom folks. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson re turned home to Appalachin, Va., Tuesday, after a week's visit with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brooks. Ula and Margret Adams were called to Fenwick Tuesday owing to illness of their mother, Mrs. Taylor Adams, who is in Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington. . Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Kee, also Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bash are moving; from Nada to Lexington. We regret very moch to lose these splendid peoplo from our audit, und it is to be hoped that business and environments will improve io Towel I county and be more inviting to good citizens. We wish these good people sue cess in their new location. The body of Kobert Williams was buried at Campton Sunday by order of Juniors. He belong ed to the Slade Counsel. Will, tarn was one of the three that killed Tress Spencer in wolfe county the 3rd day of October, and he (Willian) was killed by officers in Menefee county last week where Brewer was captur ed and lodged in Winchester jail, and Slagel made his escape, Williams was only 21 years old andgiive hit nddress as Elpaso, Texas, and upon examination .f , his bo ly it proved that he was not the man wanted in Texas for stealing an automobile. A man came here to investigate his case, was very much surprised at his w(ul deed and his death, 6fating that bad com nan v must have been the cause of his ruin It is also rumored here that he member of the Masonic order The killings in Towell county since last court are certainly enough to awaken tbe people and to cause ai investigation and see a hat is the cause and also to emedy thxe ihiugs. Ilobert Williams whs lease foreman lor the Wnne Oil Corporation on the Afhiev farm. There isn't a person in this 'own w 1 1 e itH three t-quare meals day. I'ht-y re always scrambled. ? Y ? y T o is a Xi'"XX"X xx I Hairdwkk & Compamy THE CASH STORE PRODUCE SAME $ AS CASH Marnair" is a lottery in which 'hey freqientlv scrap over the prize. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted tinder this head at one cent a word per insertion MULKS KOIC S XLE-One pair aver ave size black niulen, 4 years old, well broke to work. Price very reasonable. Mrs. Hello Hurpher, Spout Spring, Ky. FOIi SALE The Board of Church Kxtention of the United Presbyterian Church of North America desire to (tell the United Presbyterian Church at Clay City, including the building and lot. Persons desiring to purchase will call on John I). Atkinson, Stanton, Ky. JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF FALL AND WINTER WOOLEN SUITS. . 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 reliab e 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. Y ? ? Y Y V ? Y Y V V t Y Y Y Y V V t V Yours for service, ! Har d wick & Company f SPOUT SPRING 8TKAYKI) Oli STOLEN Light Hay Mare seven years old, about 16 hands high, has foreton euf out and harnetm and saddle scalds on her back, in good 0 ndition. This mare broke loose from Sunday night near Argyleand turn ed back toward Win theater. Have since been unable to locate her. She had leather baiter on when she left me. Reward for her return to undersigned at Clay City or Hugh Spurs at Avon. Nelson Hall. Rankin Hirnett lias been laid np several dav with blood poison in one foot, occasioned by wear ins a new shoe that pinched his foo'. The Kev. II. Garrison, of Wolfe county, was here over Sun of A. .1. Harnett, the U v .Ih Cosby, fiflifiatiiii!. The bride i the oldest (Imiirhier of the liv. M C. VuiClete Hhd i-. iir ot Etil county's splendid teachers. The groom is ;i son of A. B r nett, and is a hiriior. We reret tint Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barnes who luve purchased Tin near Clny (,':ty will hu J 4 J VOTE FOR GUY M. CROWE, j Republican Nominee for CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1921. t Your Support will be Appreciat sd. . Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. m lVO lliura Tl.... ..... .1 day and preached at Jack foil's wh() n,mMMllli, y ,.a we". Chapel Saturday ntplit ana bun- fjord to Lis. day. While here he was the truest of the Kev. M. C. VanCleve. Mr. (Irant Iiarnett and Miss Ora VanCleve were majried Tuesday, October 18th-, at the residence - Y t y r f t t t y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V t Y Y After Effect of Scat let Fever ''Ah an ;ifler fleet of scarlet fever," writes Mrs. J. McCul lough, 215(1 Snyder St., KaKtoii, Pi., "my thront was iilwuya dry ami I had a ticklim; cou:h. One boitle of Foley's Honey and Tir trave ine relief." Checks couubs, colds, eroup; stop tickling in throiit and bronchial irritations. Sherman Kohbins & Sons locil Ha nts. The V Y A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Winchester Bank, I WINCHESTER, KY. Capital, . Surplus and Profits, Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00 2Z5.000.00 100,000.00 AddUon T. Whitt, Preaident. W. D. Strode, Vice Presiednt. W.R.Sphar, 44 C. B. Strother, Aaa't. Caahier. Holly W. Stevenson, At. Ca&hier. Your account will be appreciated, and handled care fully, and every accommodation granted, consUtent with prudent banking method and safety. Respectfully, ADDISON T. WHITT, Pres. 3 per cent. Interest on Time Deposits. ? Y Y Y Y Y y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X ? ? ? ?