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Stops Backache I
Sloan's Liniment is a splendid remedy for backache, stiff
joints, rheumatism, neuralgia and sciatica. You don't need to
rub it in just laid on lightly it gives comfort and case at once.
Best for Pain and Stiffness
Mr. Gto. Bt'CHANAN, of Welch, Okla., writes: "I have rued your Lin
iment for the past ten jears for pain In back and stiffness and find it the best
Liniment I ever tried. I recommend it to an) one for pains of any kind."
is good for sprains, strains, bruises, cramp or soreness of the
muscles, and all affections of the throat and chest
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FREEDOM Of THE PRESS.
Around her a1 I put my arm
It felt as oft as cake;
"Oh, dear!" says she. "what liberty
You printer men do take!"
'Whv, es. my girl, my charming girl,"
(I squeezed her some, I gues);
"Can you ay aught, my love, against
The freedom of the press?"
I kissed her some I did, by gum,
She colored like a beet;
Upon my loi:ig ou1, she looked 3; "
K2Almot too good to'eat' 3!
I gave another kissjand then 3S31 a
"She said: "I do'confes-J SSIZ"'"''
I rather, kinder, sorter likelMSW i
"The freedom o' thepre." lii
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Followiuz ib !tli?t of dnysJCouu
ty Courts are bld in counties neat
Bath, Owiimsville. 2d Monday
Bourbon Pans 1st Monday.
Clark. Winchester. 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexi mton, 2d Monday
Fleming, Fleinmysbur 4tl.
Harrison, Cyuthiana 4th Mon
day. M 1 lisoa. Richmond, 1st Mon
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3rd
Nicholas. Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
All Work Guaranteed
send 2yourLaundrya away
from home when you can
get it done just as good and
just as cheap right here
Highest Market PricejJPaid
Poultry and Produce
G. D. Sullivan & Co.
W. Locust Street Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone: Offioe. '. Itesldence, 131.
Cot Entire Relief
R. D. Huroovne, of Maysville, Ky., RR. I. Box
5. writes: "Iliad seere pains between my shoul
ders; I got a bottle of jour Liniment and had entire
relief at the fifth application."
Relieved Severe Pain In Shoulders
Mr. J. Undfrwood, of soco Warren Ave.,
k Chicago. 111., writes: " I am a piano polisher
B hy occupation, and since last September have
sulicrctl vnh secrc pain in both shoulders.
I could not rest night or day. One of my
friends told me about our Liniment.
Ihree application completely curea
me and I will never be without it."
Price 25s., 50c., and $1.00
at All Dealers.
Send for Sloan's free book on hones.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
He is the ripe and linkliod pro
duct of .the modern ollice, where
many personalities are jumbled to
gether. From overwork and f n m
monotonously hacking at work
which he hates he is irriuole and
grieved in spirit. He U ready to
tell wrong of the other, the dam
aging anecdote which reveals that
all menJand most women are weak.
From earliest youth he has work
ed in oiliees, and twenty voars of
that atmosphere have subdued
him. Those trailing years have
enriched him with a slightly veno
mous human interest in those
about, the timidity born of routine
indoor work, the servility to those
in authority, the scorn of those
who work in ways a little more
menial than that of his own cleri
cal rut. lie is now middle-aired,
mature, peifected. He lias be
come pussy-footed, has inquired a
soft voice, a purring, apologetic
manner. He walks aroind as if
on tiptoe, peering over desks,
gently intruding wherever he
scents the faint beninnings of an
oflice scandal. In his sootliing,
low-pitched voice he drops venom
into each waiting ear as he goes
up and down the oflice. In his
work there is little to which he
looks back with pride. A thou
sand weeks of filing cards, ham
mering type riters, adding up
columns of figures, have not left
him with blithe memories of some
thin g accomplished, something
done. One thing for him they
have done: they have thoroughly
tamed his spirit. There are no
adventurous quests in him. There
is never an evening when his
spirit will annoy him by yearning
to do impossible things. Better
than an animal cage of thick iron
bars, or a prison cell where the
pads are fat and impenetrable, is
the modern ollice for laming the
j roving blood and reducing to
orderliness the leaping joy of lite.
But there is a way of escape for
everyjiium. He can find it, if he
will, in the work itself. Colliei's.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely deraneo the
whole system when enterlns It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the cood you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I. J
Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Cotrrrh Cure, be sure you jret the penu
Inc. It Is taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c. per bottle.
Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation.
II. Clay MCKee a Sons
Buy, Sell and Kent Real Estate,
Loan Money, to or For You.
Write the Best Insurance Execute
Bonds for you. put vou Next tc
best investments, Sell The Best
Autos The White Motor Cut.
Don't fai to see them. 44-ti.
PREVENT HEN SITTING DOWN
California Ian Invents Apparatus
That Will Effectually Break
Up Broody Fowl.
As every poultry farmer knows,
there are times when ho does not
want his hens to sot and thoro are
some hens he does not want to set at
any time. To Insure obedience by
the stupid birds a California man has
Invented the apparatus presented
here. A breast plate has two wire
legs extending down from it. On
either end of the plato arc straps,
which pass under the chicken's wings
and buckle over its back. The legs
stick out in front and do not in the
Balks Setting Hens.
least interfpro with the fowl's free
dom of movement, but to prevent her
from setting, although she can lay
eggs and is expected to do so if she
wants to remain popular. When a
hen persists in setting the eggs are
sometimes hard to find, and when
they ore found are unfit for any oth
TO PREVENT DREADED ROUP
Disease Results From Cold In Head
and Is Easily Broken Up if
Taken In Time.
This is the season for colds. If left
unattended a cold will, within com
paratively short space of time, develop
Into either roup or bronchitis. While
the two diseases are widely different
yet they are both the result of colds,
and while the latter Is not nearly so
disastrous as the former yet many
birds die of it. A cold Is very easily
broken up it taken In time and thus
the life of many valuable specimens
Purchase a five-cent oil can and fill
v.ith coal oil. At the first sign of a
cold catch the bird and by pushing the
bottom of the can inject one douche of
oil Into each nostril and Into the roof
of the mouth. If taken In time this
cne application Is sufficient to cure the
bird. Should a cure not be effected re
peat twice daily Result, the entire
absence of roup the most dreaded di
sease. In addition to the caol oil
place a small quantity of permangan
ate of potash In the drinking water.
Market eggs at least twice each
Warmth and comfort are the feed
Don't forget that lice and mites af
fect the egg yield.
It requires about four geese to
make a pound of feathers.
Be sure that the male at the head
of a flock of poultry Is purebred.
The more the hen exercises the
more eggs she will lay. So keep her
Dry-picked turkey -feathers com
mand a better price In market than
February is generaally the begin
ning of the laying season for both
ducks and geese.
Ducks seldom become broody;
geese are apt to become broody after
laying the first litter.
The hens need strenuous exercise
these days to keep them from becom
ing sluggish and inactive.
The secret of getting winter eggs
Is early-hatched pullets, well grown,
well sheltered and well fed.
Eggs from yearling ducks hatch
well, but geese must be about three
years old to show strong fertility.
A few drops of little liquid sulphur
in bucket of water is fine for chick
ens in dry weather, onco or twice a
A little cotton seed meal mixed
with mash is fine to produce glossy
feathers and helps to supply the meat
Geese cannot be profitably batched
and reared artlflcally, while incuba
tors and brooders have revolutionized
the duck business.
Green cut bone will make bens lay
in winter. Get a bone cutter and
grind them yourself, it you cannot
buy them already ground.
The older tho gander tbo more vic
ious he la apt to become during breed
ing season; the drake seldom shows
temper, being of a mora timid nattmi.
A MESSAGE TO WOMEN
Who are "Just Ready to Drop."
"When you nro "Just ready to drop,"
when you feel so weak that you can.
hardly drag yoursolf about and be
causo you havo not slept well, you
got up as tlrcd-out next morning e.a
when you went to bed, then you need
help right away.
Miss Lea Dumas writes from Ma
lone, N. Y., saying: "I was In a badly
run-down condition for soveral wcek3,
but two bottles of Vlnol put mo on
my feet again and made mo strong
nnd well. Vlnol has dono mo mora
good than nil tho other medlclno I
If tho careworn, haggard men and
women, tho pale, sickly children and
feeblo old folks around here would
follow Miss Dumas' example, they,
too, would soon he nblo to say that
Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and Iron
remedy, had built them up and mado
It Is n wonderfully strengthening
and Invigorating body-builder, and wo
sell it under an ironclad guarantee!
of satisfaction. You get your money
back If Vlnol does not help you.
W. S. Lloyd, Mt. Sterling, Ky.
The Barkers of Business.
This is nn aire of sincere adver
tising. The "hard hitters," the
"bulldoys,' the "business ypttPiv'
of an advertibiiiK staff aie 11 crew
of forceful youny niu, drnwinu
nay from four to twelve thousand
a year, who size up the products
of an aue and then tell abodt them
in swift, compelling words. They
let the country clergyman know
that theie is a meritorious safety
razor for the patient face, and they
inform the city clerk of Jtransnor
tation to tho sea or the far hills
where he can regain health. When
they like a book or a periodical or
a kitchen ware they get behind it
with all their rich enthusiasm and
make the author or the inventor
widely known throughout a na
tion. They strengthen the blow
of a reformer and widen the range
of a poet. With their breezy man
talk they gain the ear of any
group. And because they are sin
cere they hold the attention while
they proceed with their story.
And what they say being true,
they are permitted to call again
and say still more in praise of the
same product, or shift over from
a pickle to a building loar, and
renetit their tin ills and sales. They
create pickaninny characters
around a 1 reary impersonal slab of
kitchen cleaner, and raise phan
toms of delight with the baking
powder and the yeast of their
sales list. Whatthemanof letters
rejects, the advertiser accepts, and
from it wrings a blessing. He
faces modern life, its inventions,
its household devices, its drudger
ies, and he releases his playful
imagination upon that sober world
of trafficking, and touches it to
excellence. Fifty years ago a
great teacher l;ke Montessori
would have worked in obscurity,
and it would be left for the slow
years after death to unfold her
work into daylight and wide re
nown Hundreds of groping lives
would have reached for the idea
without grasping it. Fifty years
ago Jane Ad dams would have been
a prophet, but not a leader. To
day the advertisements of maga
zines and book" publishers carry
her patience and her fertile thought
to the consciousness of her race.
Under publicity her influence is as
pervasive as a climate. Only the
warriors and the politicians used
to be boomed and magnified in
their own generation. The face,
the voice, the curve of thought, of
many champions are now Scattered
from the skyscrapers and taught
to glow in the twilight ot subway
Accidents will happen, but the
best-regulated families keep Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil for such
emergencies. It subdues the pain
and heals the hurts. lm
Printing for particular people at
popular prices is not our specialty
but our every-day business.
Advocate Pub. Co.
Keep up your courage and
I have all my accounts made out
and would appreciate it if you
would call and settle if you are in
debted to me.
S. P. Grstnwade.
Montgomery Jury Gives
Halt's Slayer Death Sentence.
Jim Brown, alias "Shine," was
found guilty at Winchester Wed
nesday of the murder of Deputy
Sheriff George M. Hurt, and given
a death sentence by a jury se
lected from a special venire of 50
men summoned fiom Montgomery
county. The negio, who had been
smiling throughout the hearing,
collapsed when the verdict whs
rendered and was assisted from
the court room by ofliceis.
The. star witness of the case was
Winfrec Lee Walteis, an eight'
year-old boy, who was pluying
near by and saw the killing, which
took place on the' comer of Main
street and Broadway. He swore
that Mr. Hart put his hand on a
man's shoulder and that it was
that man who shot him. "Shine"
had told iiumeious peisons that he
was the man on whose shoulder
Mr. Hart placed his hand and he
testilicd to that on the witness
Thecouil loom was packed to
the doors and during the hearing
of the testimony and the argument
the tears of the fellow-officers and
friends of the martyred oilicial
flowed freely. The jury was out
G. F. Wycoff argued for the
defense and S. T. Davis for the
prosecution. Both paid eloquent
tributes to the memory of the
A special venire of fifty men
had been summoned from this
county, and the following jury
was selected: W. Q. Stephens,
A. K. Turley, S. W. Robinson,
J. E. Carmichacl, Lee Orear, Joe
Foley, Y W. Quicksall, H. B.
Duff, A. M. Bourne, A. J. Gate
wood, Ernest Gillispie and J. Arch
Excellent farm and City
Property for Sale.
I offer for sale privately the
following: My modern new resi
dence on West High street, also
lot adjoining, which is 75 feet
front and 300 feet deep. My
farm near Grassy Lick, consisting
of 1S8 acres of land in hiuh state
of cultivation, can also be bought
well worth the money.
13tf Mrs. Mary A. McClure.
Perry Oakley Arrested.
A decisive step was taken last
week in the long search for the
assassin of Jack Staten, who was
found dead on a public highway
in Bath county September 30,
1912, when Perry Oakley, a far
mer, was arrested on the charge
of having committed the murder.
His arrest followed the issuance of
a warrant sworn out by Wickman
Moore, William Stamper and W.
G. Moore. The warrant was
served on Oakley, but the officers
found him too ill to leave his bed,
and it was thought that he was
developing pneumonia. Later he
improved and was taken to Ow
ingsville and placed under guard.
It will be remembered that Sta
ten was found dead in the road
near Preston, with a load of buck
shot in his head and neck. Cir
cumstances surrounding the nffair
left no room for doubt thnt Staten
had been murdered except that no
motive for the crime was appar
ent. Staten was a peaceable man
and it was naturally reasoned that
he was shot by mistake, the assas
sin intending to kill someone else.
This idea was drawn from the
fact that from his hiding place in
the fence corner the murderer
could not see his victim until he
had passed, and the murder was
committed just at dawn. The re
ward offered by relatives and
friends, by the county and State
aggregated $1,500, and it has for
some time been known that sev
eral detectives have been working
on the case.
Oakley, who is charged with
the murder, is well known
throughout Bath county. He has
for years shown signs of the in
firmities of ago and is quite feeble.
His examining trial is set for to
day, January 29.
Atmore's nunco meat at Vanars-dell's.
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DR. G. W. COMPTON
Mt. Sterling National Hank Bldg.
H. R. PRBWITT
M t . Sterling, Kentucky.
Office: Court St.. opposite Court
House, Samuels Building, front room up.
DR. G. tR. HORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Livery Stable.
Office Phone 493 Residence, 24.
Calls answered Prornptly.
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Office and Hospital on High Street
Oflice rtionu 551-3 Jtesldcncc thone J51-2
Call answered promptly Examinations free
Assistant Stats Veterinarian.
R. f. gr;eene
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Office In Traders Banlt Building
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone 463-2 si lyr
01R LINE Of
Fresh and Cured Meats
STAPLE and FANCY
Cannot be Improved Upon
Courteous Treatment Prompt Deliver
Robinson & Moore
Court St, Phone 251 Mt. Sterling, Ky.
GOAL, BAJ and FEED
ALSO HEAVY HAULING
PHONE NO. 3 41-iry
ALL KINDS OF
I can Save You Money
Mt. Storlinn. - Kentueky
Are now available to destinations in the
South and Southeast via
Tickets on Sale Daily
Limit May 31, 1913
Ask local agent for full information
regarding variable tour tickets.
Pullman Sleeping Car Line V
will be established November zlh, as
ItOlnooa Lr. St, Louis Ar.&Wp.m
8:10 p.m. Lt. LoulsvUlo Ar.9:9a.si.
6:15 a.m. Ar. Chattanooga Ly. 0:15 p. m
11:10 a.m. Ar. Atlanta Lr, 5.-10 p.m.
8.30p.m. Ar. JaoksoQTUle Lr.7-.I0 a.m.
J. C. BEAM, A. G. P. A.
St. Louis, Mo.