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" ' '. Republican Candida' c Resigns To Owe ; .,,(, Cii ;;;'iej w cxa&MOMir Ac.
rv&El Becoas Pre re Candidaie. By i
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I i I WITHOUT THE u?;; n
The Stork Aakei i VMl
The Si i i ited I he hon t
Mr. ami M rs. Lacy Truil t ol near
Bell Mines one day la t w
mil left a ' h Mm n :i tin.- I ab)
bov. Sturgis Nev i I democrat
r'OPrUWS ASTHMA REMEDY.
. . Instant relief tnd .in khsulutc
,r' iti ail r i -. "i A-' hma, Bronchi! i
liny I r I.I b ' t 1 1 1 .' i - (
mi Il lit n 11.00, '
.gr ti ' i nti
A ihmm M'f'l I .,
I. Ohio ! onl) i .1 II Ornv
Allen Brothers Sentenced.
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LOUt VI LLC. Kkn i ithV.
;yrod To Metl at Pnrceton
Princeton, K. Oct 1. The
Kentucky Synod of the
terian Church U. S. A. will convene
in this city mi Oct ii' next.
I he Synod embn a ail the
church of thai d nomination
mi the state and quite a number
nf tha church 'a leading minister
are i xpected ' be in attendance.
The paator here, the Bev. J: H.
nthony, and hia congregation
are beginning to arrange for tl a
entertainment of the delegatea
. i. i others who are expected.
1 x n'T ask ms tn rive you
Wytheville, V i Oci I. the $8.00 worth of ware with '
i and Claude Allei t a MAJESTIC RANGE after I
I ' ; '1 ' ur demonstration week, asl
' ';"'. i ", '" ' il ' . ' ";",n I .. is. thatipedal offer applied to
,.. paraofii were killed. ' u;s ONLY, Sept. 30 1
tenteneed ate toda be '" '('1' "
ecuted on November22. I- Hi Cochran & Ci.
i,,i n '
id filed his
will bi nominated by I he
greasi ves of tl t .
In his I tter of r
I Mnsmor lid: "I do no1 con
er thai any Republican is ii und
by loyalty to support a
ni minated at the cost of honeaty
PiLES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile OiataMBt wil
cure Blind, Bleeding snd Itching POea.
It abeorb the tumors, allays itching
at ntirc, act i as a poult givrs
n Inf. Williams' Imlian Pile
Ointment il prepared fur Piles ami
itching of tin- private parts.
mail 60t anil $1.00. Williams
Mfg. Co. i I'mjis., Cleveland, O.
Bold only by J. H i taa a.
Lost Leg Delays Train.
Yernon. Ind. Oct. '1. The
Pennsylvania train was delayed
here several minutes when the
station agant, John Trice lost
his lag. Price has a cork limb,
and while in the act I '" loadin?
some express the limb 'in
two. While the agent si i d on
one f ii holding the leg in one
band, the train crew finished the
loading of the expreaa.
hro ' , . :.i' rnoon
lighti ini and in-
i. II r clothii
torn . completely from h r
Ei brother was also
strui t Ii. the light ting and n n-
der inc nacious.
i isands of dollars damage
ed from the storm in tha
western section of the county.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Blackford, Ky.. Sopt. 28, 1!12.
Est raved or stolen from my
farm one mile south of Blackford
Kv.. in Crittenden Co., one rone
heifer two years old, will weigh
about six hundred lhs., has short
W pay additional price to any
one giving me inofrmation of her
whereabouts. T. W. Hknkv.
A Crop of Cross Eyes.
R. E Hamhy of I)aw?on
Springe, brought four of his lit
tie daughters to the citv Tuesday
tn fe operated on for crossed
e by Dr. Bdwsrda.
Aftei tha operations th"ireyes
were aaatraight si if they had
never been crossed.- Hopkins
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raJT M. NEY SW5ITH, M. D
Killed by Lightning.
Springfield, Kv. Sept 80.- Os
car Fields, a young farmer living
about three miles west of bore,
was struck by lightning and in-1
stantly killed while driving a
wagon and team into his barn
ysaterdty. The lightning struck
the gable of the barn and
pears to have jumped some
tanea, striking Fields and also
killing both horses he was driving.
Mrs. Fields was Standing
near, having opened the barn ,
doors for him to drive in but was
J. W. Copttmd, of Dayton, Ohio,
parchaMd a bottle Of Chamberlain's
Conga Ramady for hia boy who hail a
till, ami bafotn IBS butt.,' was nil used
the boy's sold was gone. Is that not
better than to pay a five dollar doc
tor's bill'.' For sale by all dealers.
id partlM !:' nai I t 'n thi arl nunnt m
djelalnf Ceanty. I . ..-M fhW a ir... .IE TOO
'..iicn Stepii? met,, Ntwbtrn. . I i
-Vm. H. Sturars. ' L- . I, Mo H. Ruhr
SEND FOR MY 172 PA8E FREE BOOK :r.T'' ',:,'.'
Ml pUt(ii p, :. -:'ii ! i,(.. iin 11 . 1,1 :i..i .,, ,
I 'nirtril wuh pi r itny fr.rm ..f rucUl trouble, Sad I
,,., iurb. Wbttbar yna take trratmai t or riot i
SPicuiw. aaofca. Wi.i will paj you.
Imports Two Zeh.-as.
lit Vernon, Ind. Sept :0 Dr.
Hasting who went to Europe
about six weeks ago for the purpose
of purchasing a p u'r of zebras,
succeeded in finding them
In Germany, and purchased them
at a fancy figure. 'Ihey were
shipped to New York and from
there siint to this city via U. S.
express, arriving here Friday afternoon
in fine condition.
They were taken to Dr.
stock farm in P int township
where the male will be
crossed with our native mares,
producing what is known as the
zebra mule, said to be a much
hardier animal than the mules
bred in this country.
Hot Ham jerger any time
and sale on Great MajcstaO Ranges
As a Special inducement daring OUT
demonstration week only, with every
MAJESTIC RANGE sold, price always
tlu same, we will give tree one hand-s
im set of ware as illustrated here.
Every piece of the ware is the
Ol its kind. Not a piece that is not
ceded in every kitchen. Tail cannot
possibly he bought Jor less than $8.00.
Ilns ware is on exhibition at our store.
DON T KAIL TO SEE IT,
during this week a special demonstra
from the MAJESTIC FACTORY
id to show you "ALL ABOUTRAN
;n iA VI ' hj the MAJESTIC is
ii on earth nt an) price.
Coi le, If Voti Intend To Buy or Not.
ATI N lies in KNOWING Tl
tli o en of a range i t1' ited
. the water is heated II' IW
b the MA lESTIC
K N VY bnw a range is m i le in
le. This education m
DON'T 0 ERLQOK a
M things showi bj on
Sept., 30, to Oct., 5, 1912.
SET OF WARE FREE
P; .. '
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WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Do you intend to continue laboring, burning
valuable fuel and destroying high priced
food with that old worn-out cook stove?
You know that old stove eats up a lot of
fuel each year.
You know you have trouble in getting it
to bake just right, in fact spoil a batch of
bread every once in a while you know it costa
considerable for vearly repairs.
Stop and think and figure.
Would'nt it pay you to buy a good range
a range with a reputation
The Great Majestic Malleable
and Charcoal Iron Range?
You make no mistake in buying the
GREAT MAJESTIC-it's the range with the
your neighbors. Then
too, it's made just right and of the right
kind of material - M ALLEAHLE AND CHARCOAL
IRON -riveted together practically air
tight-dined with pure asbestos board-parts
being snalleeble cant bteafe has a movable reservoir
and an avaa that won't warpthals why the Mejstie
uses so little fuel, hakes just right ,-very day in the
yr. ( browns bread just right all over without turning)
heats l."i gallons of wat. r, while breakfast is cooking
properly handled laats s life time, and costs
nuthing for repairs.
Don't boy the range you expect to last lifetime
"untight im-. en," you'll be sure to be disappointed.
Come to nor i luring di monstration week, see the
UKEA1 MA.i ESTH - have it men xcluaive features
. i oul why the MAJESTIC is :tiKi percent
Stronger than other ranges where mest range.- :"-e
Don't Overlook toe Date. Tl is is a Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors
DeaterSa Marion, Kentucky.
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