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(Hadys TrutaJell, JoHaTruesdell.Mrs. J. W. Williams, Mary Emm Whlied, Lucy Ella Waited, Hendrla Walla. An IU Walla Stamper. Mamie Whit, Mr. T. O. White, Mrs. T. O. White. Gilbert White, Beverly White, Grace Conlee, Anna Conlee, Pan line Creacy, Charity Combs, Polly Carpenter, Emmet Bath. Ellis Buh, Fannie Bush, Mamie Bash, Pauline Bams, Edna Back, Pearl, Back, Edith Eastin, Alma E. McNabb, Elsie McNabb, Ilasel Smith, Bernice Smith, Hasel Frailer, Elsie Scott Vance, El ou ise Vance, Shelby Sparks, Howard 1 lopklns , Hay s No lan , J oh n Th om pson , James Thompson, William Thompson, Helen Thompson, Gladys Whisman, Eunice 8mith, Ida Mae Sparks, Ruth Rogers, Lorna Back, Charles Wright, Malcolm Strange, Hattie Rogers, Thel ma Strange. k Members of Session : John D. Atkin son, R. C. Baker, M. R. Lyle, L. O. Knox. Pastor, R. A. McConsgha. Sabbath School Supt.. R. C. Baker. Congregational Chairman, L. O. Knox. Congregational Treasurer, M. It. Lyle. Hdwidk fk Compsumy THE CASH STORE AS CASH SLABS. Misfl Breeze has returned and is finishing her school. Miss Maggie Ford visited rela tives at Stanton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helton were business visitors at Stanton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Townsend were business visitors at Torrent last Tuesday Mrs. Jim Baker, of Bowen, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Combs at Nada. Bnyd Spencer, of Wolfe coun ty, was here Friday to purchase pome land and houses at Nada. Tipton Oldfield was a witness in the Henry Meadow's case and attended court at Stanton Thurs day. Miss Bettie Profit t has return home after a pleasant visit with the family of her uncle, Jas. l'rofitt at Stanton. U and Mrs. J. 8.! Ewen, of . AMn tt440 - .... . Fayette county, oroogn men baby here last week to get medi cal aid. The child Is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott, of Nada. have moved to Carlisle to reiide, and John Combs has moved into the house they va cated. The bootleggers bad not visit ed Slade since court until Sunday. The result was several drunks shooting, etc. 'Squire Profitt will make an investigation next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Fulks went to Winchester Wednesday, and we learn bought property there and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Caudell are moving into same. We regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Caudill from our midst but commend them to the people of Winchester as citi zens of high standing and ones that we would much rather keep as to lend to Clark county. How ever we wish them success. Many friends here are rejoic ing to know that the report proves to be untrue in regard to K. K. Spencer being killed in an lection fray in Breathitt county Brother Spencer writes that he and family are well and he ex pects to attend the next Baptist meeting at Nadu, 4th Saturday Brother Spencer has spent greater part of his life in and around Slade and is a man held in high esteem by all who know him. Mr. Charley Beurris, of Camp ton Juoction, and our primary teacher, Miss Carrie Taulbee, of Caraptoa, slipped the march on their many friends, took flight to Jackson and were quietly mar ned at the Jefferson Hotel, Thanksgiving Day. Returning Friday evening toCamptou Juuct. (be home of the groom and a bountiful dinner was served by his parents Sunday which was much enjoyed by those present. Mr. Beurris is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Beurris and a Dromis ng .young business man. Miss n 4 r r r r t r t ? r r r r t 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 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. Yours for service, PRODUEC SAME f ? t t t y ? t ? T t Y ? t t f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y I Hardlwick(& Gompamy ! XMAS SALE!. '1 WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF PRACTICAL XMAS GIFTS: Silk Hose, Socks and Ties. Small Rugs, Sweaters, Bric-a-brac and a nice line of School Tarns. COME EARLY AND PICK $ YUUK, CHUILb. Mountz & Nelson. 1.. Taulbee is a Wolfe county gt a daughter of Mrs. Jim Hanks, but has many friends here. We all join in wishing this splendid young couple a long and happy life. Most every person here attend ed court at Stanton this session as -witnesses and before the grand jury. Tbe law-abiding citizens are complimenting the court but the others are not very well pleased. It was a pitiful sight to see the faces behind iron bars and more were seen there than tor years. We tru9t such will not be the case sgitn, but law lessness has reached an alarming point in this end of the couutv We trust our young men will take warning and leave the curse atone, it is not them but the poi sou stuir that sets them wild and causes them to commit crime and to suffer. Two years from this date people will not say prohibi tion is a failure, It took over a hundred years to get the 18th amendment, but it will be en forcad in much less time. It is a pity the stiller aw' older men are not made to suffer instead of the young oues. A. P. JOHNSON, Agent no:.:2, GEOZIGIA. eat : " :-:r.t-:d Vcr!i of c!l Kfcda. v."!!. .rrr-zciATE vera odzr. Child Alst Strangled Mrs. O. Orab, 8116 Washington Ave., New Orleans, La., writes: "My child had a cough to bad she would almost straugle coughing. Foley's Honey and Tar relieved her cough, nnd I recommend it to any mother." Checks colds, croup, whooping cough, bronchial and "flu" conghi. children like it. Shermau Robbios & Son la- Don' I Poison Yourself When the digestive organs are out of order and a fermenting mass of undigested food clogs the stomach and bowels, the result 19 auto intoxication or self-poisoning. That old fashioned physic, Foley Cathartic" Tablets, give quick relief and does not gripe or sicken. Take one tonight. Sherman Kobbius & Son lacal agents. and -..In vt ffSr' scouring pota 1 JfT and pans, ua I IJSAPOLIOj VjJ) aHactlva, f etansailsal V" .SUSt'ST- ( V I ?-rrTt-tHU 1 Y 4 f 4 ? t t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y The Winchester Bank, WINCHESTER, KY. Capital, Surplus and Profits, Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00 225,000.00 100,000.00 Addison T. Whitt, President. W. D. Strode, Vice President. -W.R.Sphar, " C. B. Strother, Aaa't. Cashier. Holly W. Stevenson, Asa't. Caahier. Your account will bo 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. t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v To T'cal scents.