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XENA Herbert 1'rofltt was In Stanton last week. SCHOOL NOTES The County iWploma examinntion wm held at the court house at Stanton May 12-13. Minxes Ruby Barker, l'miline Rurnr, Elsie Martin, Irene Cunningham and Edith Booth, alxo Mr. 1a i Robbing, took the examination. We plan to have eighth (trade grad uation exercines sometime duringmim mer school. We will have a Siumner Normal at Stanton, beginning in June and cloning in July. This taken umiKunl effort on the pnrt of the Board of Education be cause Powell county in one of the poor counties. Nevertholen, we hHe a pro gressive Board, they realize that the children of Powell county need thin very much, so as to prepare our future teachers to meet the' requirements of the law. We fully expect every child who has finished the eighth grade to take ad vantage of this wonderful opportunity to get professional training at the min imum cost. It is bringing Eastern Normal to our very door, and we would be foolish not to make the most of it. We do not know for certain yet who will be employed as teacher, because the appointment of instructors in coun ty summer schools in all cases will be made by the State Board of Education co-operating with the county Hoards of Education. The State Board of Edu cation is genuinely anxious to please county Boards of Education, but even more anxious to give to every county the best possible corps of teachers. There has been quite a number ask ing if we would have an Educational Fair this year, as the county Agent will not remain. I take this opportunity to tell them that there wrll be. It will, naturally, not include farm products and various other things. I could not attempt to do as much as Mr. Harri son and I both did. I could not if 1 even attempted to. Mr. Harrison and 1 both j worked early and late and contributed j $34.00 each of our money last year, and j of course it would be foolish to expect ' me to accomplish as much alone. Any way, I am quite rertian every one will enjoy the Educational Fair, about which I will write more, when my plans are more fully matured. Maude S. Bowen, Supt. Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received at the oflicc of the County Superintendent of schools, Stanton, Ky. until Saturday, June 3rd 1922 for building one sin gle room school house at Natural Bridge according to plans and specifi cations now on file in the Superintend ent's oilice. Said building to Incom pleted by the third Monday in July 19.23. Bight reserved to reject any or all bids. MAUDE S. BOWEN, Supt. Powell County Schools. To the Patrons of This Store Wish to Say we Certainly Appreciate the Patronage You Have Given us, and we think you have Secured, Values for your Money. By selling to you for cash we are certainly in position to sell you same goods for less money; more goods for less money. So bring your cash to our store, we have what you want. We have decided to Continue our Cut Price Sale to Include Saturday So come and take advantage of the vast Assortment of Seasonable Merchandise that we have on display. To the ladies who visit this Store next Friday and Saturday and pnrchase merchandise to the amount of $5.00 we will Give Gratis one 4-tie 75c Broom as a Premium. So come and get one. Kee Lewii went to Clay Citjr Monday on business. James Hancock pave another dance Friday evening. MissAbbie Itogers is' visiting relatives in Clay Oity. Uillie Kopers was the weeken l puest of Jtio. A. Uoj?ers. Miss Mattie Walters, of Clay City, is with Mrs. Kee Lewis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heed visited the former's brother, Isaac Heed Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hirt Bowen were cuests ot Mrs. John A. ltogeis lust of The week. Mrs. Eliza Knox and two chil dren, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lean do Meadows Sunday. Rev. Thos. McCoy, Means, Ky. was" a visitor on Tackett Branch and attended church at Rogers' Chapel Sunday. V. T. CHAPMAN. Morris Creek Helped Her--Will Help Others If you suller from rheumatic pains, backache, still" joint?, tore muscles, biliousness, dizziness, lameness, tired feeling or other symptoms of kidney trouble, try Foley. Kidney Fills. Mrs. A. Lechner, 1129 Main a ve., Clifton, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Fills helped inp, and they will surely help others." Sherman ltobbins and Sons, local dealers. Garner Hill, Gladstone, N. J., Sells Rat-Snap, he Says. "1 sell and use HAT SNA F. Like to look any nun in the face and tell it's the best. It's pood." Feople like HAT-SNA F because it "dues" kill rats. lVtrilies ' carcass leaves no smell. Comes in cakes no mixing to d i. Cats or dons won't touch it, Three sizes, 85c, 65c, fl.25.' Sold and guaranteed by C. Sliimfessel and J, F. Smith and Co. Clefford Frynr and wife , of rat creek pjh nt tlx week 'nd here. Clarence Marcum.of Furnace, was on the creek one day l ist week. Mis Cnppi Holland spent lant week with her sister, Mrs. Hite Roberts. Harm Keed. of Genet, and Sid Uofi ers were here Saturday and Sunday. Clayton Fryar returned Saturday from Newport where he has been working. Mrs. Pearl Parker, of L. k E. Junct., spent the week end with her mother here and other relatives. Marion Stephens, wife and son, spent the week end w iih Mrs. Stephens' par-J Sunday and took dinner w ith Joe Neal For Men, Women and Children Young or old, man or woman, all find in Foley's Honey and Tar a pure, pleasaut, wholesome, 6afe and successful remedy foj coughs, colds, croup or whooping coggh particularly if taken promptly. Chas. Woods, 2 Gable st., S. S., Pittsburi:, Pa., writes: "I will not be without it in my house." Sherman Kobbins & Sons, local dealers. Subscribe Through Me for Your Magazines and Periodicals Save Money E. F. HARRIS. Clay City, Kentucky. If it is Insurance We Write it City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. - All kinds of Life Insurance. 1 Clark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. D. HOWELL, Sub. A nt, CLAY CITY, KY. S. B. TRACY, Agent, WINCHESTER, KY. ents, Marion Martin and wife. Mrs. Pehart, of Stanton, visited Ales dames Charlie Kicliarlson and Win. Neul, Sr., the last of the week. Little Misses Callie, Nellie and Jane Stephens spent Saturday evening with little Miss Maud Benningfield. Mrs. Nannie Cole and little dauph ter, Ula, attended church here Sunday and spent the night with her mother Walter Townsend, of Black creek, and Mr. Louis, attended church here Sheriff's Execution Sale. By virtue of Executions Nos. 1008 and 1026 directed to me, which iraued from the Clerk's office of the Powell Circuit eourt, in favor of Bice Ilitih i ns Cincinnati Company, against Ewen & Company, E. T. Ewen, eo. Ewen and E. A. Forkner, for $457 6S with in terest from May 21st, 1921, until paid and $9.83 costs and in favor of Wm. Garrett against E. A. Forkner and A. W. Forkner for the sum of $1298.80 with interest from Sept. 13th, 1921 and $11.50 costs, I or one of my deputies, w ill on Thursday, the 35th day of May, io, between the hours of of 10 o'clock a. in. and 1 o'clock p. m.,at t lie-Court House door in Stanton, Kentucky expose to I'ublic Sale to the highest and best bid der, the following described property to wit : (or bo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff's debt, interest and cost.) A certain tract or parcel of land situated on the waters of Middle Fork of Bed River, and bounded on the north by the Louisville Ac Nashville right-of-way and J. A. Bowen, on the East by the lands of W. B. Congleton, (now Martin Ford), on the south by the lands of the Sander McNabb heirs, on the west by the lands of Minnie Forkner and others, and containing about 200 acres, and levied on as the property of E. A, Forkner and A.W. Forkner, and know n as the O. I. Forkner farm. Sale will be made on a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of (JJi per annum from dj of sale, hav ing force and effect of a Iteplevin Bond. This May 2nd, 1922. MAltlON WELCH, Sheriff Powell Co. By li. II. Dennis, Deputy Sheriff. Mrs. Henry Benningiield attended church here Sunday for the first time since she was taken ill last fall. Her many friends were glad to see her out Why not Send Your Kodak Finishing to BUTLER the regular Photographer, 129 W. Main St., LEXINGTON, - - KY. "Quick Service" Special attention paid to Mail Orders. Let Mrs. Graves Tell You Her Poultry Raising Experi mce, "Three years ago bought an Incubator, this year I've made money. Hats stole my baby chicks. Didn't know until a friend gave me a cake of KAT SNAl Next morning found two dead rats in hennery. Kept find ing them. Suddenly they disap peared altogether. It's the only sure rat killer." Take Mrs. Graves' advice. Three sizes, 35c C")c. 81.25. Sold and guaranteed bv J. F. Smith & Co., and C. Sliimfessel. F. B. CHARLES AUCTIONEER Special attention given to Farmers' Sales Days, Clay city, each third Saturday. If you have headache, backache, toothache, neu ralgia, rheumatism, sciatica, you'll be surprised at the quick relief Dr. Miles' Anti-PainPilla will give you. A package of these pills in your pocket or in your shopping bag may save you hours of suffering. J3uy them of your Daruzsut 57 TEARS Or uninterrupted service to the people of Winchester and Clark county attest the quality of the ansUtance which we have rendered to our com muuity, and' the unquestioned safety which we have afforded its funds. This in the Oldest Bank in Winchester and the Largest. Our Capital and Surplus of $500,000 00, our resources exceeding $2,100,000 00 and our MEMBERSHIP in the FEDERAL RESERVE 8YSTEM. enable us to supply the kind of banking service you want. We pay interest on time and Savings Deposits. Your business will be appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NATL BAM WINCHESTER, KY. R. P.' TAYLOR, President. A. II. HAMPTON, V. Prss't, W. P. HAMPTON, Cashier, E. L. UPHAM, Aas't. " ( "