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During the present yearTearh ers' Kxa inatinns will lie held n follows : 1. May U nn.l 20. Insular examination for elementary certificate. 1. June ( and 17. Hegnlar examination for elementary cer tificate, State certificate and State diploma. .1. July '?S a n (1 JS) S pec i a I e x amination for elementary certifi cate held in all the counties special examination for State certificate held at the Depart. u o hi 14 Was Very Weak' "After the birth of my baby 1 h?d a back-set," writes Mrs. Mattic Cross white, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet 1 didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." TAKE ... 15 J The Woman's Tonic "I found after one bot tle of Cardui I was im proving,' adds Mrs. jfJ Crosswhite. "Six bot tles of Cardui and ... 1 was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-send to me. I believe I would have died, had it pot been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly trou bles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthen ing tonic, why not try Cardui ? It may be Just what you need. . - All Druggists O 175 mom ment of Fducation, Frankfort. 4. Sept. 15 and' Ifi. Regular examination for elementary cer tificate, State Certificate and State diploma. No examination will lie held in any county on any other date. No special examination will he held at the Department at Frank fort on any other date, except in cae of unquestioned emereency. Kvery applicant must take the examination in the county in which lie resides or at the I)e. pertinent of Kducation, Frank. l'rt. Any certificate, issued through mistake to an applicant who fakes examination elsewhere than in his home county, will he revoked. Any superintendent making false reports as to residence of applicants is guilty of a misde meanor under Section 30 of the Common School law. .Any applicant making a grade of 8o or above upon a subject, in one examination, may have this grade counted on atfV suc ceeding examination in this year. Hut no grades made in a previ ous calendar year will be counted upon examinations of this year, tirades made in one year will not be transferred to another. After June 1, l'J'22, ll appli cnts for certificates must have had one year of high school work I or its equivalent ; and in addition I thereto live weeks normal school work. Any teacher who has had . three years of successful exjeri ence in teaching, may count, this ' as equivalent of one year of high school work. Credits for normal ! school work in a v he spcured by attending the summer uormals, the State normals, or any other school or collene reeoiinized by the State Department for ding normal work. Mo applicant is eligible to take the examination who is not IS years of age prior to date of tak ing the examination. in uppli cant under IS should be allowed to tak the examination for prac tice. Any superintendent who permits such applicants to take examinations is liable under the laws governing the holding of examinations. X" teacher, who holds a certificate which does not expire during the ensuing year, should lie permitted to take the examination. An examination for eighth grade common school pupils will beheld at the Court House at Stanton on the tecond Friday and Saturday in May. Bronchial Trouble Caused Anxiety Fry Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and croup. John (J. Ilekkimr, 1'.).) Burgess Flace, TL . I. I. llf..L ft vui inis vuiu is norm money Cut out this lip, enclose with jj c to Foley iV Co.. L'S!!,) Sheffield l Ate., Chicago, HI., writing ymr name and address clearly You will recive in return a trial package containing Foley's Hon jj ey and Tar Compound, for coughs colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sherman Robbin and Sons local dealers. LISTEN! F . Morris Creek 57 YEARS Of iiniiilt'rriipl' i! srviM' to t In people of Wim-lu-nter and Clark county al lent the ti tin I i t y of the aiitine.e which we Imve rendered tti our eoiu innitity, and the iimiicnlionel safely whi h we liuve afforded itufunds. Tlii in the Oldest I tank in Winchester atul the Largest. Our On pital and Surjihu of fMHUxm no, our reoiireci cxeeedinc J.lon.DOO " and o.ir MKMIiKKSIIIl' in the KKDKIiAL KKSKKYK NYSTKM enable us to suly the kind of hanking it-nice you want. We pay interest on time and Savings Deposits. Your business will be appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NATL BANK, WINCHESTER, : i KY. Win. Martin spent Sunday on Spruce with relatives. Everybody here is ftill behind with their crops. Next, Sunday Is nur regular meeting day, everyholy come. Mr. and Mrs. llite Huberts went to Mt. Canaan to church Sunday. Mrs. Henry Fryar spent Sunday with relatiyes and friends on Cat creek. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kichard son have named their girl, Violet Marie. Miss Martha Anderson spent a few days last week visiting rel atives on Hog creek. Mrs. Miles Faulkner was the Sunday evening guest of Mrs, ChaYiie itichaidson. Messrs. Monroe Faulkner and El win Drake returned home from Newport Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tug Fryar spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Henry UenningfieSd. Mr. George and Miss Mary Roberts spent Sunday night with Mr. AIoiizm and Miss Clemiuie Martin. Mesdames Marion Martin and Gilbert Martin spent Friday til Sunday yisiting friends and rela tives here. Misses Xora and Lounanuie Neal and Messrs. Howard Neal and Jim Dunaway all dropped in while Saturday nieht to call on their friends Misses Clemiuie and Fannie Stephens and to hear Uu cle Josh do some talking. The following were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlii Uenning. field Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal and thre little sons and one daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neal, Sr., and daughter, II at tie. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hen ninglield. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT High Class Groceries at new Low Prices for Cash. Drugs, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Ice Cream, Candies, Cakes, Fruits, Ice Cold Soft Drinks of all kinds. j; Make Headquarters at my place while waiting for bus and trains. Baggage and packages will be taken care of t free of charge. YOURS TRULY, J. J. CURRY. Announcement Clay City-Winchester Bus Line Will operate daily on the fol lowing schedule : Leave ('lay City .:.'?() a. in. Arrive Winchester 10:15 a. m. Lave, Winchester 51:15 p. m. Arrive Clay City 4 ::0 p. in. Your patronage solicited. "We Picked up seven large Dead Rats first Morning using Rat-Snap." So writes Mr. Ii. K. Carpenter, Wood bridge, N. J. "We lost 18 small chicks one rilfcht, killed by rats. Bought pome RAT-SNAl and picked up 7 large dead rats next morning and in 2 weeks did n't ee a single rat. RAT-SNAP is good and fure." Cornea in cake ready for use. Three sizes, ."), C'n' 1.1?."). Sold and guaran teed by J. F. Smith & Co., and (. Shunfessel. Individual Service Which we extend to all IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING Each patron recognizes the fact that his account receives the personal attention of experienc ed men who are qualified to serve. We Solicit Your Account CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. 3 S For Fancy Baking You will have Absolute Success when you use Snowflake or Eastern Glow Flour The product of your home mill, which is anxious to serve and please you with the Best Flour that can be made. Our friends tell us we are doing that. We ask every citizen of Powell County to give our flour a thorough test and tell us the result. Clay City Roller Mills. SWOPE & JORDON, Proprietors. r t t t T ? $ r t j r r r f R. P. TAYLOR, Pratidcnt. A. 11. HAMPTON, V. Pim'I. W. P. HAMPTON, Chler, E. L. UPI1AM, An't. " 1'atiKaic, X. J., writes: "I was puttering from an acute ence of bronchial trouble uhich gave me conuiderable anxiety. Foley's Honey and Tar deserves all the credit for my being well now" Sherman Robbins and Song, local Grubbs, Scobee & Bartlett 1 Undertakers, Ernbalmers i;j Efficient Ambulance Service Day j ft and Night Day Phone 308 Night Phone 156 Hardware and Stoves Winchester, - Kentucky. 1 dealers.