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Tir Compound, for eonh, colds
and croup. Foley Kidney Till and Foley Cathartic Tablets. , Sherman Rnbbint $: agents. Son local Lower Cane Creek. Irvin Telfrey was at home over Sunday. Miss Norma Wilson Rpent Sun day with Mrs. Allen Wills. Creech and Neil filled their regu lar appointment. Miss Delia C. Tort wood spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Napier. Misses Ora, Mary and Clem ma Npier, Miss Tort wood and Miss Ha King and Mr. Shad, Minter Epperson, Elmer Shearer and Kl bert Kintr, Mr. and Mrs. John Napier were entertained at din ner by MissCarrieNnpierSunday. THE DOOR SLAMS ON HAPPINESS . Poor Blood Makes v Bad Health Then Come the "Blue" Onrc the vigor of red blood be comes sapped of its strength, the door of happiness is literally slammed. Weariness of body fol lows and it unfailingly engenders depressed thoughts. To be re served and cheerless becomes a habit. After a time there is an almost filmy dimness in the ex. pression of the eyes and ft pillor to the skin. Days seem dull and dark and difficult. A sense of in suflerable gloom pervades the spirit. Then it is that (hide's 1'epto Martgan is the great help. Itisj a red blood builder. 'It. puts red into the blood increases the number of cotpuscles which make blood rich and red. When the blood 'is restored to its nat ural healthy state, the sensation 'of well being returns. Instead of shufiling along carelessly, there is the firm and springy step, the bright lusterful eyes, the clear complexion, identified with the strength and vicorof good health. The druggist has Glide's Pepto Mattgan in both liquid and tablet form. Advertisement.' "Red Eye Holier" Mr. and Mrs. L. (). Lovell ar rived home from Stanton Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Evans and liner visit .ed Mrs. Audrey Bertram Tuesday Nelson I'limbrs is spending a few days with his family at Win chester. v Mr. and Mr?. Jessie Gillie were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Shorts Sunday. Dr. E. W. Azbill, Dentist, from Richmond, is at Leeco do ing dental work. A. P. Bertram Porter Rilbrey and Lowell Campbell were at Leeco Saturday. The roads in this vicinity are getting in a pretty bad condition due to so much rain. (Jother Martin ha, been kept very busy this week putting lights in at the gasoline plant at Torrent. Dovin Hall who litis been with his family at Clay City for sever al days, has returned back to Bobbies Ridge. Mrs. Lowell Campbell, Mrs. Ninnie Storie and Mrs. S. A. Kaster called on Mrs. A. P. Bert rain Saturday. Misses Minnie and Dorthy Ber tram, daughters of B. L. Bert ram, visited thtir aunt, Mrs. Bob Storie, Saturday niht t;nd Sun day. Mr. aud Mrs. Aa Delaway and little daughter, Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Easter ami chil dren were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Amos Wells Sunday. The Petroleum Exp. Oil Co. has a nice community house where church and Sunday school are conducted every Sunday with u good attendance. Every one invited. Cut This Out-It is Worth Money Cut out this slip, enclose with ru to Foley & Co., 2S33 SlielliVd Ave., Chicago, 111., writing vur' name and address clearly. You will receive ia return a trial pack age containing Foley's Honey and Miss Clemma Napier and Miss Port wood spent Monday n'ght with Misses Carrie and Ethel Pel frey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewenand family spent Saturday night with Mrs. Ewen's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Napier. Mis? Ora Napier has returned home from a two weeks visit with her aunt, Mrs. Robert Ewen, of North Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Camp bell and Miss Haza Campbell sp.nt Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wills. Miss Clemma Napier and Miss Port wood spent Saturday niht and Sunday with Miss Carrie Na pier and attended meeting at Cane Creek-(Jap. Miss Maude S. Bowen, Supt , visited our school Monday after noon. We enjoyed her nice talk and stories. Hope she will come again real soon. We had a splendid meeting at Cane Creek (Jap Saturday nig! t and Sunday. Rev's. VanOleve, Newly-elected New Jersey wo. man justice of the peace an nounces that she is going to kiss all the bridegrooms at whose cer. emonies she t)lliciates. She is 30 and good. hmking. Maybe this will make a hit with the bride grooms, but we'll bet something pretty that no prospective bride is going to allow herself to be led before that justice if she knowsit. VIRDEN. ' Old Virden is haying her share of rain. Mr. C. C. Curtis and wife are visiting their son, W. A. Curtis. Mr. Sam Mcpherson and wife, from Nebraska, are visiting his nephew, Mr. W. A. Curtis. Mis3 Louise Detwiber, of Lex ington, has returned home after spending Thanksgiving with Mrs. Henry Smit6on. Mr. Sidney Kidd has returned to his home in Lexington after spending a few days with Mr. J. G. Barlow and 6ister, Mrs. Sinit-son. Got Rid of Bronchitis Mrs. M. Suter, 017 Longbrook Ave., Stratford, Conn., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar has glv en me great relief from a severe attack of bronchitis." No medi cine stands higher throughout the nation s a family remedy for colds, coughs and crou, than does Foley' Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sherman Itobbins fcj Sons local agents. mn:::m:!::mn:t:m::: In connection with car Dress-making and Hem stitching we do Skirt Plaiting, Button Cover ing, Gold and Tinsel Hem stitching. SEWELL SISTERS, Winchester, Ky. Taken up Eslray Tuesday morning, November 22nd, on Copperas Creek, Powell county, one bay mare, 6tar in forehead snip on her uose, lame in left hind leg, 5 years old, about H J hands high. Owner can have same by proving property and laying charges. II. C. Stanhope, Waltersville, Ky. Goitre Removed Dayton Lady Tells How Mrs. Louise Vi 11, 2.W( let tysburgAve , Dnyton, ()., says she will tell or write how she was relieved of an inward goi tre with Sorbol Quadruple, a eolorless liniment. You can seethe treatment and get the names of ninny other KiiecenKful usern at Shimfensel's Drug Store, drug stores everywhere, or write Box ;J5b, Mechanicoburg, O. We also take orders for Cleaning and Dying. iimimmmmmmum Feet Drag? When it it an effort to drag one foot after the other, when you are always tired and leem lacking in strength and endurance, when achei and paint rack the body, it it w ell to look for lymptoma of kidcey trouble. nei LIS 1 LN ! Try our Enso'co Ground Coffee i lb. pack age 25 cents, perfect satisfaction or money back. White Mule Bulk Roast Coffee, a good one, for 15 cents. 5 lb. Crystal White Syrtip. 3 3 cents per can. Fel's Naptha Soap 8c. or two for 15 cents. Nice line Crackers and Cakes. Do not over look ovi Pure Su gar Candy, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and Drugs. Cocacola on ice, two for 15 cents, and Ch! that Dixie that has the kick, try it. J. J. CURRY. enq 17EAK CTIKST Suffer, writ trxUr lor wordi of villi Frri bou t Cmlarrh and how to treatTbroat Trouble. AaartuAcnfaraiCWU. 8WJ'.Ut.0 bnih effect 1 of kidney and bladder trouble by removing the caiue. They are healing and curative. They tone pp and ttrenghtcn the weakened or diseased rgani. They relieve backache, rheti malic paint, stiff joints, sore muscles. W. W. Wella. Tonquin. Mich., writ: "I Cel (real reliel from taking: Foley Kidney Pilla. 1 ai en my fret mn.t of the time and gel tired put. .fler (akin Foley Kidney Pills, they make me f val like new man I rec.mm.nil them to my eualomerc and never have heard oi as eaee) where they did not live aatiilacti..' Sherman Robbina & Sons, Clay City, Ky. ::' n n a a a a D a a n Colds 6c Headache "For years we have used Black-Draught In our family1, and I have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house hold for use In the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre vent them from developing into serious troubles. - THEDFORD'S BLACK -DRAUGHT "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines 1 ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for Black-Draught It has saved us many dollars ... I don't see how any family can hardly go with out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep in the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am never without It" At all druggists. Accept No Imitations LSI D n u c c B D D n u a n ? f t ? f t f t t f r t f f t r t r r t f t ? t Y Y t v FREE! Ten Bushels of Coal Absolutely FREE To any one buying a Heating Stove from me between now and October the First 1921. I will give Ten Bushels Of Coal And with a Range, Box or Kentucky Step Stove I will give Twenty Bushels Of Coal. Bear in mind th'e 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 FREE COAL. MRS. F. W. WILLIAMS. f f r t r t f t f t t t f r r T f f T t f t t t ? ? ? J ? ? ? ? 1 crnnnnnnnnnnnuj The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth: New York Life Insurance Co." The Strongest Fire, Hail, Tornado and -x Windstorm Insurance Co. in America: The Home Insurance Co. MARION ATKINSON, A$rent, STANTON. ! i i KENTUCKY.