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A HOME-MADE PAPER.
TtlUIlSDAY,i SEPT. 2li, 1912
r,0'GAJv ' BREVITIES.
F. 0. Mize, of Quicksand, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Bessie Cliiillin, of Surdis,
Miss., is visiting relatives in the
Paduculi is to. have a new fif
teen thousand dollar shoe factory.
Bert Barnett, of Glark county,
is with his brother, W. F. Bar-nett.
E. It. V. Cox, of Lee county,
is visiting tho family of H. U.
Tho Rev. I. T. Spencer will
preach at the Methodist church
Sunday morning and at night.
Miss Sadie McGuire, of St.
Helens, is spending a few days
with her brother, W.T. McGuire.
Ladies', Misses' and children's
Mi, pers at summer sale prices.
Mrs. J. V. Williams.
H. B. Walters, who has been
working at Quicksand, came
down Sunday to visit home folks.
Claude Williams, who has been
visiting his uncle, Dr. Williams,
has returned to his home at Hunt
ington, W. Va.
I. G. Jackson, of the Harrods
burg Leader, is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jack
son at Vaughn's Mill.
Don't forget our Summer Clear
ance Sale of spring and summer
goods. Mrs. J. W. Williams,
The Democratic organization
in Kentucky hopes by October 1
to r n'se $50,000 towards financing
the national compaign.
It rained the greater part of
the day Sunday "and has Rince
been very cloudy and dreary, the
sun shining but little since Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Iiupard, of
Clark county, visited the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Jackson at Vaughn's Mill the
first of tho week.
Elder J. 1. Wills, of. Beatty
ville, will begin a series of meet
ings at I'owelJ.'s Valley Baptist
Church, Saturday night, Sept. 28.
Everybody invited to attend.
WANTED To engtge wauonsto
haul apples from Furnace, Ivy., to
I 'lay City early in October.
Address Mrs. Joseph M. Garrett,
Fort Garrett, Woodford Co., Ky.
Many Driven From Home.
Every ye.tr, in many parte of the
country, thousand are driven from
their home's by coughs and lung
diseases. Friends and business are
left behind for other climates, but
this is costly and nni always sure.
A better way, the way tf multi
tudes is to use Dr. .King's New
Discovery, and cure yourself at
home. Stay right there, with your
friends, - and take this safe medi.
cine. . Throat and lung troubles
find quick relief and health returns.
J i,8 help in coughs, colds, grip,
roup, whooping-cough and sore
lungs make it a positive blessing.
.lOoaiid 81.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all dealers.
Acorns, and beech nuts are
plentiful this year. In the moun
tain section this crop will prove
of great benefit to farmers in
fatteuiim their hogs and will al
so lie of great help in keeping
stock hogs growing during the
From Adair and seme of the
adjoining count ins conies the re
pnit that many cattle are dying
there from a strange disease. The
catt tears suddenly attacked, their
tongues becoming sore and swol
leu and refuse to eat. No reme
dy has so far been found.
What We Never Forget
According to science, are the
things associated with our early
home life, such as Buclen's Arnica
Salve, that mother or grandmother
used to cure our burns, boils scalds,
sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains
or bruises. Forty years of cures
prove Its merit. Unrivaled for
piles, corns or cold-sores. Only 25
cents at all denier.
To Teach Agriculture.
In order to meet the demand
Tor trained teachers of ' Agricul
ture in the rural, graded and Hgh
schools, the Board of Regents of
the Eastern Kentucky Stute
Nominal School havo purchased
a farm to he used in connection
with the Democratment of Agriculture.
Uncla Ezra Says
"It don't take niore'n a ill uv ef
fort to git folks into a p;ck o1
trouble" and a little neglect of con
stipation, biliousness, indigestion
or other liver derangement will do
the same. If ailing, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills tor quick re
sults. Easy, safe, sure, and only
25 cents at all dealers.
Apple vinegar 100 per cent, pure
35 cents per gallon. Apply at this
Hillikan Business Schojl,
This school has turned out liun
deeds of men and women who
are successes. It willmake
a success of you.
Write for Catalogue.
A Prominent New York
Politician Near Death
Hon. R. N. Laming, of Reniaelaer,
N. Y., Six Tlmei a Member of the
Assembly, Tells of Narrow Escape.
ymrs ago I was
taken witlr rheu
affected ray heart
was called val
told me I would
never do another
While I had many
mended to me I
got a' bottle of
Dr. Miles' Heart
Itemedy and it
helped me Inside
of 48 hours. At
the end of the week I called on my
doctor and asked him' to examine me.
lie raid I was better than he ever
expected to see me and asked If I was
taking his medicine. When I told him
I was not, but was taking Dr. lilies'
Heart Remedy, he said, 'Thank the
Lord for Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy.' I
continued to take it, and while I
realized my heart was damaged so 1
could not expect a permanent cure, for
fifteen years I worked every day, not
withstanding; I had been told I would
never work again. In July, 1911, I was
taken with rheumatism again, and it
went to my heart as before. I got so
bad that one of the Albany papers
wrote up my life and said I could not
live but a few hours. I again took
Dr. lilies' Heart Remedy with -very
satisfactory results, and have not
missed a day at business or in the
legislature since January. I Jteel that
Dr. Kile' Heart Remedy has saved
my life and cannot recommend it too
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy la told and
guaranteed by all druggists.
MILKS MIOICAL CO., Blkhgrt, ImL
One wonders why some gifted
gentleman with a white apn.n
has not invented a drink called
, The Men Who Succeed
As heads of lari;c enterprises are
men of great energy. Success to
day demands hialth. To nil is to
fall. It's utter folly for a man to
endure a weak, run-down, half a
live condition when Electric Hit
ters will put him right on his feet
in short order. "Four bottles did
nie more real good than any other
medicine I ever took," writen Chas.
B. Allen, sylvania, 3a. "fter
years of sulfating with rheuma
tism, liver trouble, stomach disor
ders and deranged kidneys, I am
again, thanks to Electric Hitters,
sound and well." Try them. On
ly 50 certs at all dealers.
ptup )um tu. ,
"... wllh Dr. .Miter
down the thraat of a "trapey
chicken 2-ctroys tho worms
aid save thj chick's life. A
f iv drops (a tho drinking watei
white diarrhoea, roup, cboler
nj3 oth:r i-.ick diseases.
One 50c Battle of
Bourbon Poultry Cure
Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine.
Every poultry raiser s'iwll keep a bottle ol
thin medicine on tiand "it lor free sample
snd Booklet on "Disuses of Fowls." Address,
BOURBON REMEDY CVUFJMf, Ltrtnetao, Ij.
Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best
remedy I have ever tried and I have
been in the poultry IvHiness for forty
years. Mrs. Geo. E. Kapler, Bards
I have now used Bourbon Poultry
Cure two yenrs and 1 jtiRt could not
raiee any chickens ithout it. I have
not hnd a cae of Rapes since I began
using it. Mrs. V. 1. Bracey, Basker-
C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY
ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON,
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE.
Do not sop the sprint's of lite by nclcct of the human mechanism, by Alleging
the accumulation of poisons in the system. An imitation of Nature's method of
restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood anil nervous strength It
to take an alterative glyceric extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal ami Oregon
grape root, Bloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Chcrrybark. Over 40 eari
ago Dr. Pierce gave to the publio this remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce's Golc.'on
Medical Discovery. He found it would help the hlncd in taking up the proper ele
ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poisons from
the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well, as n!iayin4 and soothing a cuuli.
No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we
call mal-nutrition,wlncli is attended with impoverished Mood
end exhaustion of nerve force. The "Discovery" is on oil
round tonic which restores tone to the hlood, nerves and
heart by imitating Nature's method of restoring waste
of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich
"I Buffered from tnin under my right houMcr btoilc film n T7
ncvcrc eoucrh," writes Kits. W. Don.r, of Nu Broaklttivl, K. C to Pr.
1U V. fierce, Duffulo, N. Y. " Had four different doctors ami rur.e ilkl
me any good. Some said I Iirul consumption, othei s raid I wouM havo
to havo nn operation. I was bolrliMen, unabio to fit up for six ira oths
find was nothl'n; l,it a live skeleton. You rulvlcl ma t tr.lic Di'.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Picrca's Pleasant I'tPcts.
When I had taken ono liottlu of the 'Discovery' I could sit up lot an
hour at a time, and when 1 had tal-en three bottles I could du my
cooklnir and tend to tho children. 1 tik fourteen bottles In all and -was
MBS.DOBN. then In good iic-.ltli. My height lit now 1C7 pounds.
When in Need of
Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles,
Cooking or Heating Stoves,
Go to or Write
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Winchester, - Ky.
'& STRAWBERRY PLANTS
0 rape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb,
Roses, Peonies, Phlox.
ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN.
H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons,
g CAl'lTAlj STOCK, 8100,000
SURPLUS AND UN- '4
fa DIVIDED PROFITS, tiOO.OOO 3
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j WTOfilTRSTRR Ra1S. 3
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OI" WlNOIIHTKn. ICV. t3
S N, Holly Witherhimon, Phesi j
W. R. Hl'HAH, OAHiur.it. 2
YOUR ACCOUNTS HOE.ICITKD S
m a. gA &M&3 &MSAS & g'J t'tf
Succeed when everrUiiag tu fella.
In nervosa prostration ' arid femafe
weaknesses; they are the supreme
reoaeAr. u thonisade have testified.
.FOR KIDNEVJ.IVER AND
it la the best medteloe ever told
over a druggiet'a counter.
SEE THIS SPACE LATER.
Fall and Winter Goods
WILL ALL SOON BE IN.
We Want to Here Invite You to
Call and See Them.
Hardwick & Co., Stanton.