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VAUGHN S MILL.
This writer to begin with is .TfJ jean of age And has made some observance of the human family in a general way. While many of you readers will not agree with me (and we do not expect all of you to) nevertheless we all have to face the facts. It is found generlly speaking, a man is mens ured altogether .by what' he pos sesses of this world's goods. In money, land, real estate or other wise, and furthermore', these men are looked upon by hisfellowmen as being A No. 1. It docs not make much differ ence how black or dark, clouded grizzly gray his character is, just so he has the "wherewithal", that always holds him in the 8 viru for a pood reputation. Most people do not care very much about a man's character, ail we all realize that js just w it we are, but they dote most ly on what the others say about up, which makes out our reputa tions; then accepting the last phrase they conclude we are in perfect condition. Then on the other hand it does not matter how much brains a persun possesses, if he or she never made any success in life, they are kept in the background and branded as slackers, while the others who have visible means, though less thinking pow ers, are set iu front as the leaders. It is not possible that all could be wealthy,-for it is not here, but it is possible that everyone should have a chance in political, commercial and religious life .-qual to his brother, regardless of what position he may occupy. About the first thing you hear people in regard to a man, if he be wealthy, is that he has plenty of moiey, is well fixed; then he is pronounced (). K., at the "top o.' the pot" and humanly speak ing alright, up in "(1". This editorial is not meant for any single individual, cud our hop.'S are that you will not take it personally, but facts are facts and cannot be denied. Head, carefully, digest it, and then sf e if we are right or wrong. Now for a summary of the whole thing, will sjy our consci entious belief is that many who are in front here oi earth will in yonder's world be found at the rear end. Moreover, we should h 1 1 lift tip instead of trampling down those who are more unfor tunate in life, thereby working each day of our lives by the ' Golden Kale." Eight Persons Mad Dog Bitten Eight women and children have been mad Woz bit in one Ohio town. Their wounds are swollen and running pus. 5f?ADlO;PALF 1 -J oroj u XENA Mr. nd Mrs. Uirt Itnwen tiit- ed J no. A. Ilogers the last of the week, Mrs. Walters, Clay City, spent the week end with Mrs. Kee Lewis. Kev. and Mrs. Ira O. Trofitt dined with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mc Coy Sunday. Kev. and Mrs. Thos. McCoy, of Means, visited friends here Satur day and Sunday. Miss Nannie 13. Kogers return ed Saturday after an extended visit with relatives at Clay City, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kogers, of Ko8slyn spent Saturday night with John A. Kogers and Mr. Kogers attended the Masouic lodge. Pas. or Ira (5. Profitt and Thos. McCoy delivered three interest ing sermons at Kogers' chapel Saturday afternoon, Sunday and Sunday evening. Messrs. Courtney Kogers, (Jar net Powell and Lemon Hull', all of Montgomery county, "rid" here Sunday on "hoss" back to attend church at Kogers' chapel. Rounding up Jurors Sheriff Marion Welch and his Deputy, K. 11. Dennis, have been busy this week eummonins jurors for Circuit Court which convenes at Stanton June 19th. To Stop Coughing at Night A summer bronchial cough keeps not only the sufl'erer but other members of the family awake. Alfred Parker, 1001 Avondale St., E. Liverpool, O., writes: "My boy was suffering from a bronchial coua:h for 7 or 8 weeks. Foley's Honey and Tar has done him wonderful good." No opiates. Sherman Robbins tV Sons, local dealers. "How w! Cleared Our Summer Horn of Rats," by Mrs. Perry. "When we opened our seaside home last May, it was a'ive with rats. They'd, gnawed all the up holstering. We cleaned them out in a week with KAT SNAP. I prefer this rat killer because it comes in cake form, no mixing. Saves dirtying hands and plates." Three sizes, :53c, ';5c and $1 2"). Sold and guaranteed by C. Shim fessel and J. F. Smith S: Co. Administrator's Notice AH persons having claims against the estate of Richard T. Kennon, deceased, are requested to file same properly proven to the undersigned within the next thirty days or the same will be barred, persons indebted to said estate are requested to come for ward and settle at once. This May IS, 1922. Frank Kennon, Admr., Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 9auf wathf FlffST BcYOrJ SOOTtf 'jET A r?AplOSET. Ht rtOW ADMITS rliNISUFTHAT HE. IS OKI ETHER WAVS" - r?AlF Wll TRY awiwg in Radio i QNCB.'EVLH if it COSTS -THAT'S PALF.V Morris Creek (Jeorge Nolan was on this creek on business the other day. Farmers are getting along fine with their work these nice sunny days. Clayton and Clilford Fryar are home from Newport visitiDg their folks. Wm. Trent spent a few days last week visiting friends at Nada. - Henry Fryar is home from t)ie oil field for a few daye vi'i: with his family. Miss KubySwango, of Stanton, took dinner with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Stephens Sunday. Marion Martin, of Montgomery took dinner with his daughter, Mrs. Zettie Stephens, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cort Willoughby spent Saturday uinht with her mother, Mrs. Henry Stephens. Mrs. Johnnie Ilatton is here to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Creech. Krother Jim Davis was with us Sunday and ( preached a good sermon. Come again, Krother Davis. Good Help in Summer Indigestion causes worry, ner vousness, sick headache, bilious ness, coated tongue, bad breath, bloating, gas, constipation and constant distress. HenryO. Thorne 10(2 Harrison Ave?, Koston, Mas8, writes : "Since taking Foley Cath artic Tablets I feel line.;? Cleanse bowels ; sweeten stomach, invigo rate liver. Sherman Kobbius tfc Sons, local dealers. VN. The choice is largely up to you. If your blood lacks red corpuscles, you're go ing to be fagged and drag ged out, you're going to lack "pep," to look sallow t and unhealthy, to grow old before vour time. DR. MILES' TONIC actually increases the num ber or red corpuscles in the blood. It makes the checks plump and rosy, stimulates the digestive organs, cre ates a healthy appetite, and leads to increased vigor and vitality. First bottle guaranteed to help you or money refunded. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST j KALr ON WAY TO AN vjr j iU"-' 0 IU0") n" l7C)i i hi j 14. ftHM'DiMr.AT . THAT MFtRNAL wrf loWi J w Al-.M ! o r -F-ZS . O vfvj ALL if. ir .i ijj "Viuvi.-vji Misies Iola Kelley," Golden Swango and Irene Cunningham, of Stanton, were here at church Sunday. Mrs. Henry Stephens called in Dr. Johnson Monday to eee her little daughter, Nellie, who is quite sick. Allan Willoughby, of Spruce, passed through here one day last week on his way to Newport where he i employed. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Lane, of F. B. CHARLES AUCTIONEER Special attention given to Farmers' Sales Days, Clay city, each third Sat urday. The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth: The New York Life Insurance Co. The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America: The Home Insurance Company. KENUUCKY'S OWN: The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Company. MARION ATKINSON, Agent, STANTON. 57. YEARS Of uninterrupted service to the people of Winchester ami Clark county attest the quality of the assistance which we have rendered to our com munity, and the unquestioned safety which we have afforded its funds. This is the Oldest Hank in Winchester and the Largest. Our Capital and Surplus of $."00,000 00, our resources exceeding $2,100,000 00 and our MEMBERSHIP in the EEKERAL RESERVE SYSTEM enable us to supply the kind of hanking service you want. We pay interest on time and Savings Deposits. Your business will be appreciated. CLARK COUNTY NATL BANK, WINCHESTER, : : KY. R. P. TAYLOR, President, A. H. HAMPTON, V. Pres't, If it is Insurance We Wirte it City, Farm property of every description. Automobiles. Fire, Theft, Liabilities and property damage. I All kinds of Life Insurance. J Clark County Farms, any size or price for Sale. G. D.HOWELL, Sub. Agint, CLAY CITY, KY. - l Cat creek, spent the week-end here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fryar. . Dr. Johnson and County Attor ney Stewart were over on the creek the other day looking at the mountain road to leehow the work is coming along. Little Messrs. Asa, George and Kelly Brewer and Miss Delia Hrewer are here from the Ma sonic home. They will spend their vacation with their grand' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Creech Miss Jane Stephens, email daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephens, returned home Satur day after a two weeks' visit with her Bister, Mrs. Cort Willoughby, who lives on the Paris pike below Mt. Sterling. KENTUCKY. W. P. HAMPTON, Cashier, E. L. UPHAM, Ass't. S. B. TRACY, Agent, WINCHESTER, KY. B t?A?.0 8i?OA0CA$riNO StatioM S MQLS, TALKEffJ, wMlSriER ( To 86 CONTINUED)