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title: 'The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, October 18, 1898, Image 3',
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Corinth Sunday-School Picnic.
On last Saturday tho Corintli
church Sunday-school had quito an
ct'joyablo outint: in tho beautiful
woods of Mr. Shelby Goodpastor, and
HOtwithbUnding tbe early approach
of wjntor air n tho morn; tho sun,
liko tho eagle, rose abovo tho 6ummlt
of tho hills to kiss tho morning fall
flowor growing amid and immediate
ly extending from tho bosom of tho
picturesque, craggy cliffy in tho
pioximity of the grovo.
About 1200 persons assoniblcd to
onjoy ' togothor and rejoico ovor tho
unmlstakablo boneflts thoy had received
from tho teachings of our
Heayonly Father. A moro orderly
assorablago nover mingled in such
happiness. The most interesting
event was tho morning and ovoning
march of toaohors aud scholars, headed
by tho Corinth band playing national
airs, followod by flying bannors
with rich, gorgeous colors.
Music was lurnlshod by tho Corinth
baud and was especially good, though
quito a young baud, and recolvod
Tho managers of ths Sunday-school
doaorvo tho highest praise Thoy al
ways have something to entortam tho
young and old alike. Tho dinner
was ospecially an oztra foaturo and
embraced all that hunger could wish.
J 9R. CAt.BWEL.L.'
It is Strange
that some people who sav they never
read patent mediciuo advoitlscments
will bo (ound lugging home every
now and thou a bottle of giimo
rom'edy of thcire. Wo don't bother
you with much reading but just
aak you to try a 10q bottle of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation,
indigestion and stomach troublos.
50o and $1 sizes. For sale by W. S .
The ' Kind You Hava Always Bought
Bean tho j9
Thieves have boon getting in their
work In tUo neighborhood of Hadden
recently. Mr. Frank Grlgsby has
had his meat-house broken into and
from it takon four nico cured mid-lings
and threo flno hams. Not satisfied
with this thoy went iuto tho
yard and took much honoy, and from
ihcro thoy wont to his pasture and
drove away four hoad of nice cattle
good butchor stuff.
Read tho adyortisomonts of Owen
Laughlln, who offers two farms for
sale, and D. L. Smith's public salo of
live stock, fanning Implements oto,
andof Joha and Frank Miller,
tale of farm oa
41i Oetebr 36th,
J. M. ROBINSON,
NORTON & CO.,
Sixth and Main, Louisville, Ky.
Importers and Jobbers of Prv Goods nml Notions;
nmuufjctuicrs of "Tigor" runts, Suits, &c.
Jtcfcicncc, J. TiiTlor Day, Hazel Qtecn, ICy.
MEYER, WISE & KAICHEN,
225-227 Race St.,
Importers and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods,
Hosiery, Umloiwcar, Wldto Goods, lllnnkets,
Notions and Fancy I)iy Goods.
Itcfcicnce, J. Taylor Day, Hazel Green, Ky.
CLAY CITY LUMBER
& STAVE CO.,
Clay City, Ky.
Doatcrs In Timber, Logs, Lumber. Staves, Tics,
Tan Ilaik and Alcrcliundiso. Parties having
standiiiK timber and saw lora for s.ilo on Ked
Ith or nba 0 tho roughs, wllfapply to J. Taylor
Day, Hazol Green, Ky.
CARTER DRY GOODS CO..
729-731-733 W. Main St,,
Impoitcrs and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions
and Gents' Ifurlilshlna: Goods.
Itcfercnco, J, Taylor Day, Hazol Green, Ky.
BODE HARDWARE CO.,
25 E. Pearl St.,
Wholesale Hardware and Cutlery.
Itcforcnco, J. Taylor Day, Hazel Green, Ky.
J. A. SHUTTJLEWORTH.&CO.,
607 W. Main St.,
Ifwmfnaturcrs and Jobbers of Men's, Boys'
and Children's Clothing.
Rfereaw, J. Taylor Day, Uaiel Grten, Ky.
DAY & CONGLETON
liills of any kind cut to
EL PARK HOTEL,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor.
This liotol has become famous far and licit
through tho guusts, who nro evtrnvacrant in
prnlse. It Is located at Toircnt. Its
iioi'chcs and windows can bo seen tho moat
beautiful landscapes. It is well ventilated, excellent
beds, and tables arc supplied w ith tho
bustiu the market.
wit. heckner. e. s. jouett, jr.
BECKNER & JOUETT,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practico In tho Courts of Clark and
noiKhboiing counties anu in 1110 Court of Ap
OlUce, South Court street.
DAY & SWANGO SPRINGS,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor.
Open to the world.
Don't get possession of tho Swango Springs
until December 21, 1898, but will buy and keep
some of tho water on tap frco for all guests of
Kl Park Hotel, Torrent, Ky.
J. TAYLOR DAY,
ariU Torrent, Ky.
Wholosalo and retail dealer In General Merchandise,
ltcal Estate, Lumber, etc, at Torrent
and Hazel Green. Also President of Hazol
Green Fair & Driving Park Association and
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
Hazel Green, Ky, i
Highest Grades of ratmt flour.
mm in me unitoaeuws,
No out eft eell
We firmly belieVethat no merchant tailor can produce Clothes of an equal qu
at double the price, as the ones shown by us.
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! Who is Your
That's none of our business, perhaps,
you say. Well, may be it is not;
but whoever he is, we would like for
you to take one of our Suits or Overcoats
and compare with his and see if
he can give you the style and fit at double
the price. Suppose you come and
take a look at our $12, 15, 18 and
$20 Suits and Overcoats fit to wear
and ready to put on the minute you
are very stylish for this season,
and there is no cloth that conforms to
the shape of man and feels so comfortable
as the undressed Worsted Cheviot
that the Oxford Grays are made of.
We are showing both the double and
single breasted sacks in these goods for
$18; any first-class tailor would charge
you $35 for a suit made as good here.
"We fit you with one try-on for half the
in Blues and Black in the
as well as the Bird-eyes and
Clays, are shown here, made by the
celebrated Martin, the king of England's
most noted weavers. In every style
garments to suit the taste and form of
man, our $15, $18, $20 and $22.50
Suits can be equalled only by the few
I Our Boys Suits and Overcoats
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
For tho convenience and plcasiuo of guests of
El Paik Hotel, Torrent, K., and the tracliug
nubile in general, h.ivo ODencd two (list clnea
stables, one at Hazel Urcen aud ono at Toucut.
Good horsos and tho latest htjles in chicles.
Parties fiom a distance can lmvo their Iioihcs
pastiucd at aicusonablo price. Good ginss
O. II. HARRISON,
Attorney at Law,
451 W. JofTorson 8t., LOUISVILLE, KY
Practices in all civil courts, Stato and Fed
ora. In connection with my law practico I
haoa thoroughly equipped Collection
and make mcrcantllo collecting my spec
Kefcronce, J.Taylor Day, HnzoLGrccn, Ky.
fivo weanling short-horn bulls, all
reds and rogistorcd, Address,
F. S. & S. C. Allen,
Want to Bay.
I doairo to purchase from sixty to
eighty acres of well improved farm
land. J. Q. Greer,
A homo with 32 acres, at Sidoviow ;
woll improved, with now reaidenco
and all convonlonces. Apply to
M. A. Scott, Mt. Storllng, Ky.,
or 8. 8. Pbiest, Sldovlow, Ky.
Mt. Sterling Advocate, Tuesday, October i8, 1898.
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Cannot help but feel strengthened in out conviction after Saturday'0 business, that
the American men and women are the best judges of any nationali ' on earth of
the value of things which they buy, and we say this with a thorougl knowledge of
the ways of people. Probably a score of different clothing manufac irers are represented
in this city, still the crowd that gathered around our Display Window and
store showed their appreciation of
THEY HAVE THE DUST
of this ologant equipage to talco,
whoever ridos tho eamo road with
ono of SENIEUIt'S elegant, light,
strong dog carts, traps, phretons,
buckboards or buggies. Their
running goar is built on such flno,
light springs, and tho wood is of)
such strong, light timbor, that a
horso doesn't feel ho has any weight
to draw. It don't pull innoh on
your purso either.
MAKE PERFECT MEN
SO NOT DESPAIR I
r Longer I The Joyi and tmbttloos of
lire can b roitored to you. The Tr
worn ouei of Nerroai lhl 1 1 ty nr
abeolnteljrenred b lK!K'ltOTO
X All LETS. QlT prompt relief to
falling memory and tbawatta
ana drain of vital power. Incurred by
Indlieretlom orezoeeaeeotaarir yeari
ImDtrl TllTOr and botAnnv tA.v.nr fnn.
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cbeekeaadtietr to th eyee of
OaeBOe koxreaewiTltal enerry.
f . a eeetiileM rearaaleed ear
fended. Oaa M earned la Tee
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d Have been selected with the same great care as the Men's. The same ideas and designs
5 predominate throughout the whole of our store. 3-Piece Suits for Boys from three years up ? D
? in all the newest shades. Box Overcoats, Reefers, Overcoats, Ulsters and everything in boys I m
$ clothes. MOTHERS, we have a complete Boys Department; we invite you to visit our store, t g
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j We invite your inspection. You shall not be urged to buy Goods sim
f -' ply because you look.
I ONE PRICE I I
gYour money back if goods fail to pleasejg
$no reason necessary. d
Q same goods lor less money than any Q
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PI J 25 2 nouse in tnis town. y.
one rule I I
g Better goods for your money or the
bloom to tha
fio boiti at
or money r
P reeelpl ot
Sold in Mt. SUrllng by W. S. lAoji.
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