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when you get shoes
with the name Selz
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on the sole Thats our reason for sell
ing them we know that every pair
customerLj
> I full value for the money
t Selzthe biggest value pos
ft fI R yalsible Look for this
i Blue Shoes mark
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< 350 4 5
FOR SALE t3Y
or > X seOS
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You Ret 1
Get Your Copy Today
< J The new Art Catalogue showing
Color Drawings of attractive Library
Interiors announced in The Saturday
Evening Post of October 15 to be
distributed by agents for
Slobc Wcrniekc Elastic Bookcases I
can be obtained only at our store
as we are the exclusive agents in this
city for this and other trademark
lines of highgrade furniture
W A Sutton dr Son
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Il The Ironton on
Is the name of the latestk c
k
thing in the 1
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Gas Heater a
line It is something different from anything m
you have seen and it will pay you big to see it ISi
1before 1 you buy We guarantee a hotter flame l 1
with this stove than anything on the market
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Let us put one in your home with the un f
derstanding that we take it out and your money l
back if not just as we represent it jjr5i
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trewitt Howell G9illg eyj i
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THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc
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t Catlettsburg Kentucky
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WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions
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Always in sock a well seeded line 0 ders filled promptly and with ears
1l
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fBall Called Oft
It is asserted that the Charity
pall in Philadelphia is to be de
J fjdared off because maidens and ma
Sons
Jrcris 4 of the Smart Set decline to
Ions ar in tableaux barelegged
pine persons even if they are in
cUty havejiist as strict lid Iwi
pfes as the cook who upon beinirl
i3f
jSpld to serve toiinitoes undressed 1
Heclared that shed throw ip tin
job mthoi than I remove a I thing
Lv 9 iiJourniil
Alliny
linyy f
value
I HOG RAISERS
AI > our ioi > s worth 5 ctiiti per hll I I
Ve guarantee
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lioiirbon Hog Cholera Rcmny j i
ItOl keep linfjs healthy mid frte T in i
ea r for 5 tots per heal per nm I t
I rim Cho era Kill Vf
Iii I Ipp i > titi Aids DIKMKI d tr
I kings to fatten v > n rlpi > > y
ed ly is i used < nd 1 eiil > rsid In I I
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rair Inotifjimir the c ii ° T
i in 1 l l a if il 1 you nliolit i I
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wS LOYO I Druggist i O
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ing Ken lIfk it i
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Gas for West Liberty
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Dr S It Collins and Mr G I
Brown of RedbaukNJ who
are organizing a company to pipe
natural gas into West Liberty
Kytverc in Lexington n day or
two ago and gave out the state
meat that the gas proposition for I
the capitol of Morgan county is i
a sure go They state that they
have ordered all the necessary l
fixtures and applinnccr for install
ing the gar in Vest Liberty and
work will begin at once The
Licking Valley Courier published
at West Liberty thus sagely com
ments on the prospect of getting
natural gas etcIt is onbn l
matter of a few weeks till we I
wont be compelled to carry our
old smoky lanterns uptown when
we come to the post oflice and Un
women wont have to get out of
bed on a zero morning and split
kindling to make a lire Lexington
fireLexingIton
ton Leader
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Doans Kegulets cure constipa
tion tone the stomach stimulate
the liver promote digestion and
appetite and easy passage of the
bowels Ask your druggist fa
them 25c a box m it
Squeezed Through
Mrs JustwedYes there were
six bridal parties on our train
Mrs Oldtime Well well I And
tell me about that long narrow >
tunnel through the mountains
Did you get through safely W
Mrs JustwedOh yes we just j
squeezed through
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COUNTY COURT DAYS
i
Following is a list of days Coun
t Courts are held in counties near
Mt Sterling
Bath Owingsville 2d Monday
Bourbon Paris 1st Monday
Clark Winchester 4th Monday
Fayette Lexington 2d Monday
Fleming Flcmingsburg 4th
MondayHarrison
Harrison Cynthiana 4th Mon > I
day
dayMadison
Madison Richmond 1st Mon
vMadison
d i v
lontgomery Mt Sterling 3rd j
Monday
illondnyNicholas
Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monda
Louisville Y M C A
The total amount collected for
ihe Louisville Y 11 C A build
ing fund was announced as 397
87250
for Sale Quick
Ten horsepower gas or
gasoline engine A bargain I
if sold at once Call at
tfr1DVOcATI OFFICE
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Growing Tougher
The Herald has no inclination to
speak disparagingly of Paints
tsne
vine but if something is not on
to improve the morals of the town I
and wipe out the lawlessness that
ii i now existing the towns reputa
lion will be greatly injured tt ndor I
some of her citizens perhaps mur
lendII Saturday night t III
town was full of drunks and gig It
ing was to be seen at almost nil
C timers Pistols and cannon lire 1 I
crackers made so much noise as to I
lead one not familiar I with the sit
nation to believe that a great I bat
le was in progress 1 The whol >
frail was a shame and a disgrace
and it is to be hoped that some
thing can be done to produce a
qiii < iingeflec otherwise it will be 1
dangerous tw be on the street after I
dark during the holidays Paints
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vile Herald
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Look to your laurels Jackson
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Torturing 1 c zemn spreads I ItsI i I
hurtling arm every day Ioa his i
Ointment quickly stops us spread j
in < instantly relieves the itching I + <
cures it permanently At any
tlnii st < re 1m
Acquitted
Hoy Merrick Spunk Uicekmur
iiuiid j Mnrphv mid Vilns Mitchell
111 I > i four I of ibis eiuht i I I II h ill
d I rI II l with killmii Axion 0011I I I
in Lvon couhtv were 1 acquitted UVI I
jury at Edilyyille i
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Henderson County Official At
leged to Owe State
Li a report to the Governor
McKenzie R Todd State Inspec
Cr
Mosely Circuit Clerk of Hender
iir son couut with
alleges I
variousf
lengthy y
one covering an investigation of a I I
large number of transactions In 1
spector Todd charges that Mr
Moseley collected witness fees for
himself as a witness in fifteen
1cases and in eleven cases no sub1x
hrpocnaes could be found for Hose
alet The clerk claims that he
vcryas actually a witness but the in I
urspector says he has evidence which
goes to show that the clerk die
enoL testify in some of the cases
oneIt The I h
nppeareg Itcase in which d
as a witness and gives the testi i i i
tnony of various persons regard I 1
ing l the alleged facts in one in i 1
stenographrte el
rtetestifying that she did not take
odthe testimony of Mosely In an
ahe
Ieother case where Moseley claimed
01ttendance as a witness the inspec
tor says the case was not tried J
but was continued
A W Kirby has purchased the
transfer business of M M Philip ls
ndand will meet all trains If you
have 1 any baggage you want des
livered l see him Moving and haul
ing j of all kinds Day phone 474
ustNight phone 2GO 136111
Special Rule
Representative Hitchcock intro
duced resolutions in the House
fillproviding f for a special rule for the
consideration of the I majority and
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minority reports of the Conjyres
siomilinvestigation committee in
the t Ballinger case and to stop fur
ther t proceedings in the Cullnint
lyham and other Alaskan coal land
4thclaiuls until after Congress shall
have taken such action as it deems
proper in the matter
Theres nothing so goad for a
sore throat as DI Thomas Eclec
tic Oil Cures it in a few hours
ldRelieves any painin any part 1m
May Establish Tobacco Organ
There is a wellfounded rumor
at Maysville that Miss Alice Lloyd
of the Burley Tobacco Society is
negotiating i for the purchase of the
Daily J Independent of that city
Tne paper is to be made an organ
for the tobacco growers of Mason
and adjoining counties Sue is said
to t have the backing of several
prominent capitalists of Maysville
Hair dressing shampooing scalp
and facial massage hair making I
and manicuring
to2ltf Miss Emma Lee Young
neSod and Grass Widows
As to the difference between sod
and grass widows we are indebt
ed to Justice Guy of New York
for the following luminous deli ti
bull
There are two kinds of widows
grass and sod The sod species
illsouletinles known as the com
mon i or garden variety of widows
is i relieved of the burdens of a
spouse The grass widow has a
husband on her bunds but cannot
put said hands upon him
farcial Decision
A court has deci led that wife t
bebeating is not necessarily l grounds
Ifor divorce and another court that
tscigarette smoking on the part of
the wife is not in itself a cause to
legally j break the matrimonial
bonds i because a wife has as much
uu1its right to as her husband
Law may be the perfection of
human reasoning but the way II I I
some judges construe it is a farce 1 I
Wifebeating may not be so bad +
but a cigarettesmoking woman is
the limit Lexington Herald < 4
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Killed By Railroad
illitvo onh hunln dund c I
pasenters wi 1 re killed in railroad I
incidents in the United States dur J
ing the year en ling June 30 1910 i
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j THE fEED THAT fATTENS
High Grade
Cotton Seed Meal and Cotton
Seed Hulls
Write me For Prices
TimeS
i William A E3uxnett
BOURBON STOCK YARDS
IPstahlished got
r901iOUlSVIJJE KY
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WONDERfUL f10MEg I
ExSenator Clarks 7000000 I
Residence in New York Will
Be Occupied Soon
JJSenator
Senator W A Clark of Montana
has been completed after eight
years of work and will be Deco
pied i early in the now year It is i
to be the costliest residence ever
built in America
The taxes as
sessed on it by New YM k City
amount to more th < day
Thenmnsio 1 s
thirtyone k
galleries
galleriesIVUIld
world nc t o
have ins pti
Oile SOIIIULh I
leworked into this mansion
Iou nnulsluuls j
oudecorators in this country were
employed Senator Clark himself
tldesigned much of the interior as
4well j as the exterior of the man
sion
The building contains one of the
largest l pipe organs in the wot Id
which was installed at a cost of
200000se
leworth of pictures and 500000
worth of rags
Horse Racing
Buring R
the coming session of the legisla L
legtshn11 i in
Tennessee placing it under con
trot of the State Racing Comm
sion A bill is being framed it i is
understood fashioned after the
Kentucky law
Under a law passed several 1
1111GtlS ago betting on horse races
was prohibited in this Stateslim e
bill was fought with vigor by all 1
those interested ill the sports and J
rthe argument was mildlit the I
time that it woul < i destroy the
isbreeding of line lior > iain france S
seeThe
villIn J e +
InFhl Oakland Cal Pensacola I
nilltill null Juarez J MIXUO are
SCll7t1 IS
tn Iclenll I > IIlIrIOil the squiue
The Mitries for some of the stakes
LeII
IIIllgtllll j Ky show nitins horses of
class will be there It is said that
Gov Dix of New Yoik I tavol Its
racing j If f this is true it will help j I
the men who raise thoroughbred I
horses i very much J I I
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Did You Know i I
Window glass was tint used in i i I i i
modern times in 1557
There am in oil Ieu < IIL parts of >
vsthe world altogether nbiMii J > 0
esmetier volcanoes
IIAIlSLl7lIUl is twolltI hat itmes us r
largo l as the United Kingdom
itlime olds coal mint1 vnu 11
400000OUU tons ofCOlli tvur 1
year
yearMount
Mount Kvercst I in Tibet is i I
nearly six miles hih Ii is the
highest mountain 111 the world
dsChe average age at which the
116ROt11CI1 marry in England is w
of1cu s
yoursHerrings
toherrings form the greatest hal
vest of the ocean Moro licrriiiys i i
are eaten than any other fish
A pinch of borax stirred into
fresh milk will keep it for som
time IlildIIlso 11the
also prevent the cream
turning sour
Nearly twothirds of the crime
in Lon Ion is perpetrrifil betwi u
2 p in on Sa lurches an 19 1 i a in
on Mondays
three are severa places in u i
don lever piVHcher niii bo I
nuns printed They cove llhi 1
subjects and can bo had for levl I
season
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DR C W COMPTON Dentist
Mt Sterling Kentucky
Successor to Dr Hrotvnj
All Work Guaranteed and Prices Rib
OlUce in Martin JlulWlnj 1lione i25
DR S F HAMILTON
Dentist
5OfTicc Buildingr
MT STKKIINQ KV
loi 10 Ul 12 n IIIIhOi 1 OlUce 611 f 52
j i to i IIIII M kIIIIice k j
p in III I Ilea 003
PAUL K McKENNA M D
Physician and Surgeon
C mce Over Vaisar = dell < te Co
H 1 Jill + unawuiud proHijitly liy ringing
> rintcs or coming to Ituumont Hotel
11H R PREWITT
ATTORNEYATLAW
M t Sterling Kentucky
Office Court Stl opposite Court
House i Samuels Building front room up
stairs
DR D L PROOTOR
DENTIST
Mt Sterling Kentucky
Office over Liud ey Rodman Coal
Street
LeXIl < ton Eastern I Ry E
TIME TABLE
TIMETABLEWest
West our d
> 0 I Vo 8 No S
STATIONS Dally Daily Sim
A M p M Only
OnlyI
I A u
LA Jackson 610 220 700
0 K Junction 615 225 705
Athol 640 252 730
Junctions 707 320 754
+ Torrent 730 341 815
II Campion Junction 748 357 828
IIClay City 825 435 902
III i E Junction 900 507 934
934J
Ar Lexington 955 605 1025
iaatBovaua
o TimsK 02 X01
STATIONS
STATIONSanony
1ATIONlIally Dally
IM AM
735e
Wincliester 305 113
L E Junction 320 826
g02e <
Campion Junction 430 938
Torrent 447 956
956Brnttyelllc
AtlldiO 537 1045
IfU K Junction 615 1115
Ar Jiickson J 610 I rzc
1fCONNE = JrOl1S
L E JUNCTION Trains Nos t
and 3 will make connection with C F O
Ry for Ml Sterling Kv
CAMProN JUNCTIONTrains Nos
I 2 3 Mini 4 will make connection wtth
Mount in nitial Rv to and from Camp
tunby
byi
BRA ITYVI LLE JUNCTION Train
N t 2 tell m ike connection with L C A
Ky I lir Heatt ville Ky
J K I JUNCTION Trains Nos 3
1 l 4 wil make connection with Ohio
Kiiiucky Kv I for Cannel City Ky and
O vt I stations
stationsCH
CHS rfCOrT
1Gen r Passerine Agentrw
rw
The eraviiiii for tobacco is de
creased 1111 a smoker has climbed
to n yreat height
Plicro an > nnnnally killed in
A men a minimum of 55000 clc
uiiUs cliiiy a qiuiiuiiv of rnw
hurt the selling price of which is
4511100
4511100file
Clio tuny two foods which con
lam all Unsiiostmces necessary to
hu 11111 life are said t to be milk and
the ynlU if I tlTiis A man can livo
in health < > i the e two foods
L
10Agitated
1Lauisvillt shippers are iiiiitntcd
over u rnort I that they will be dis
criminated arauist after January
I in the mutter tit the form of
hi > 01 Itiiliu preset ibid bIIlrl
roads for shipments into Southern
to
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