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J. E. r.cTy PtauMcr A IiOMK-MADK TAPKU. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922 SUBSCRIPTION RATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered m tecond-eUsi mail mat (er at th Post Offlc at Clay City, (jr., under the Act of Congress of tf arch 3. 1879. BOWEN. (Crowded out last week.) Clifr Holmes and family have moved to Chimney Top to farm this year. Mrs. Fred Hupp from Texas; is visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bowen. I'eeple In this vicinity are very busy putting out garden and get ting ready to plant corn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nickles, of Indiana, are visiting the family of Joe Led ford, of this place. J. 1. Crabtree and family are family are jnoving to Torrent to run a restaurant this summer. The protracted meeting has closed after two weeks service was conducted by Hev. James May. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michler, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. Mich ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y, C Bowen. Miss Jatiie Holmes from Chim ney Top, visited Misses IsaEwen and Anna Stamper from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Abey Skidmore and chil dren, from Winchester, spent, a few .days of last week visiting friends aud relatives of this place. WEST BEND. (Last week.) A large gathering attended prayer meeting Sunday night. Quite a crowd attended the meeting at Virden last Sunday. l'reachinz by Bro. Nelson. Bro. Nelson and daughter din ed Sunday with Mrs. Smitson. Also Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Matherly and little daughter, Miss Mildred. I J. O. KxteV, Fleming, I Church itt Zac'narinh, Need not be Advertised Edmund L. Heller, 225 Mc Cartney St., Easton, Pa., writes: "Foley Cathartic Tablets need not be advertised. There isn't anything that can equal them Recommended for indigestion, constipation, bloating, four stom ach, gas on stomach, bad breath and other bowel irregularities. Sherman Robbing & Sons, local dealers. XENA (Crowded out last week.) Children Need It in Spring Time Mrs. C. Osborn, 7812 Hillside lid., Cleveland, 0., writes : ''My granddaughter took Foley's Hon ey aud Tar and her cough is now gone. It loosened the phlegm so she could raise it easily." Take Foley's Honey and Tar for fever ish colds, roughs, 'suullles," croup and whooping cough. Sher man Robbius aud Suns, local dealers. Herbert Profitt spent Saturday night with Oscar Brown. Mr. David Finney made a bus iness trip to Tiutown Saturday af ternoon. - ' i We are still having cool weath er and had frost again Sunday morning. Several dogs in this community have been having "lits" and act ing like mad, Omer Townsend spent the week end on Vex creek visiting Virgil Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Mead ows visited Mrs. Liza Knox at Slade Sunday. Dorsy Brown is very ill with pneumonia fever. Dr. Seay is attendipg'him. Air. ifaac wilder, oi near Campton, epeut the week-end with Bruce Rogers. Misses Grace Rogers and Edith Drake are visiting relations near Stanton .this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rogers have been visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. Blrt Howeu. at Genet. Miss Goldie Rogers and littl brother, Tom, visited Miss Leln Morton, of Critters ltfdge Satur day night. Jas. B. Rogers who has been very ill for about eight months, we are sorry to say,' is no better Y y v V Y Y y Y EVIDENCE! The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continually growing list of satisfied patrons. We are prepared to handle more business and should be pleased to add your name to our list. The Winchester Bank, Winchester, Ky. Capital, - . - $1C0,CCO.CO Surplus end Profit! - 210,000.00 Addison T. Whltt, Prcxldnt, V. R. Stroda, Vica Prexidsnt, . u;en . Freeman, Attt. Cichier, C. D. Ctrother, " ' I!a!Jy V.Ctevenaon, " 44 t t f y y y y y Y Y Y Y V Report of the Mountain Christian Leauge, Kentucky Missions. ' Old Landing, Kj., May 3, 1922. . $ 500 . 14.00 The C. K. of the church at Irvine 5.00 The Ladies' Aid " " 5.00 A. T. Willson , Roll Toint, . 10.00 J. C. Dearinirer. Uichmond, . 8.00 Dr. B. C. WillHpn. Clarkson, 5.00 M ins 1 1 uldah Bledse, Stamp.C tr'd 1 i po Church at Bohon, . . . 17.55 L. K. Sellers, I larrodshurg, V 1.00 E. L. Love, MacMinnville, Tonu.', 1.00 Church at St. Helens, port on sal. 18.00 L. V. Martin 3.00 llarlin Stamper, St. Helens, . 2.00 Barren Kaah, " ' . 2.00 Merr Bible Claw of the First Church at Winchester. loO.OO Grand Tottfl, - $204.55 We have found liopies for a number of orphan children. Bro. K.Jj. Sellers, pastor of the church at HarrodsburR, afreet to hold a meet- Intf in Islie county at hU own expense. Helped Her-Will Help Others If you sutler from rheumatic pains, backache, stiff joints, sore muscles, biliousness, dizziness, lameness, tired feeling or -other symptoms of kidney trouble, try Foley Kidney Pills. Mrs. A. Lochner, 1129 Main ave., Clifton, N. J., writes,: "Foley Kidney i'ilfs helped me, and they will surely help others " Sherman Robbing und Sons, local dealers. at this writing. Mrs. Giy McCoy and three dauihterB, of Tackett Branch, spent Saturday night with Mrs. Johnnie Woodard. " Morris Knox, of Slade, and Mrs. Jas G. . Rogers, of I'atser, spent Saturday evening at the home of J. A. Rogers. Mr. Pert Powell, an ex-soldier, is sillier great pain from a wound lie received m Franco while on the Verdun fjont. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Meadows entertained the young folks Sit urdty evening with music and dancing.. All report a nice time. Misses Frankie McCoy and Liza Jane Jlowell, ' were the Sunday night guests of Misses Abbie and Nannie liruce Rogers Sunday night. . Mr. Charley Tipton, of r.ear Vnughn's Mill, passed through Xena Sunday like a Hash of sun. shine. Some attraction here for Charley. Mr. and Mrs. John A'. Rogers and two daughters, Misses Nan nie llruce and Abbie, spent Sun aay at me uome oijur. lj. i..llitw en. j uounrmii uimier w;b served, after which quite a crowd of frieuds gathered, so the Jay was spent quite enjoyable. "Old Tinier." I wisK to call Your Attention to the several new Items of Merchan dise just received. - W 02,000,000.00 For Merf, Women and Children Young or old, man or woman, all find in Foley's Honey and Tar a pure, pleasant, wholesome, safe and successful remedy for coughs, colds, cmup or whooping cough particularly if taken promptly. Chas. Woods, 2 Cable st., S, S., Pittsburg, Pa., w rites : "I will not be without if in my house." Sherman Uobbins .& Sons, local dealers. Don't Always Blam i HensVVh n Efff arc Scarce. Rati may be getting them -U. U. (iovermnent bulletins prove thfy know bow to get them. Break a cake of UAT SNAP into mall pieces aud place where rait travel. If there, KAT-SNAP pet them positively. Three sizes, 3.c, C5j. II 23. S ld aud guaranteed by C- Shimfeisel aud t t t t Y f f f r t t f f t r y y X t t f t V Ginghams, Ratinae, White Goods, Laces and Underwear. A new line of Umbrellas, Window Blinds and Curtain Scrims. War ner's Rustproof Corsets, Suitcases, Trunks and Bags. 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Sold by V. T. CHAPMAN, y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y V t y V t y X t t V t t 1. . Clay City, Ky. I J, x. omiui x io.