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f or Sale.
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than one year. Can be bouuht
worth the money. 22-tf.
Apply at this office.
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eat omVir is quite ordinary as the
blazing meteor wln-ri it descnds
to earth ia seen t Ii" but a t;ne.
Our job printing in different
from the real. Try u on your
next order. We will plcaae you.
Advofiitc Pub. Co.
CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
EARN 525.00 OR MORE WEEKLY
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At vivtra! of t': rwiiife. i the
district. A-hi;h were in?eti2ted
-.ere foarid me; wholly illitraU:
awl with.vit any y.v-va IctMwlvigH
or kkill who earxjyJ from four to
five, arwJ in vue cave, even six
dollar a day of eight or nine
hour.
A iiiiuuU: i:xtn'i!i'dl'ujn by the
Ojimmhhion of the pay-roll difc
cloveJ the fact that hixteen or
v;vejteen dayh in the month coh-
larly true of native born miner
and colored uwj, and naturally
WMAs'iuUi'l the coal cfjitifmintA Uj
have on hand at l ant .V' per cent,
more miner Uj carry on the work
than was n;cekirv, due to their
refiml Hi vork nvi-ry day in the
week.
The Co!Mflih'io, report clearly
(oinU out in detail the fact that
the miner of West Virginia labor
ed under better condition than in
the coal mine of other htates which
were investigated.
Transfer Wagon.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
hauling. For prompt delivery to
and from trains, 'phone 22 J.
0 tf Oeo. W. Anderson.
Full line of Cereals of all kint's
at Varjarsdell's.
1543 Broadway
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me by Jno. .S. Frazer, this Jar .
25. 1V13. My cornramior expires
Jan. 'J, 101';.
Earl V. Snff,
Notary Public,
JJ;-2t. Montgomery Co., Ky.
For Sale Privately.
The Foster farm of li acres,
lying at Grassy Lick, five miles
West of Mt. Sterling. Terra? to.
suit the purchaser. This farm is
within i mile of church and school
and is a bargain for someone if
sold at once.
KO-tf. Pierce Winn.
Trustee for Mrs. .Mary A. McClure
Occasionally the wisest owl
h jots at the wrong time.
School for Teachers
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Eoarfoa ?jmxij Co, Lecja, Ky.
fw Sale.
A Blae Graa fano coataioios
75 acre, near Booker Hill, Moat
ornery Jcoanty, adjoining the
hods of James and John W.
Clark. It has on it a splendid
residence, also a good barn, crib,
baggybome, covrhoase and a fine
mil cellar, and water all the time.
For furtbe- information call for
me at Sharpsburgand I will show
you the ur emiss.
S9-81.
Walter A. Boyd.
Initial Stationery.
A beautiful line of initial paper
in stock.
Advocate Pub. Cc.
Initial Stationery.
A beautiful line of initial paper
in stock.
Advocate Pub. Co.
Transfer and Carriage.
I have carriage and transfer
wagon to meet all trains. 'Phone
21 or 337.
37tf. WILL BEAN.
Huyler's delicious candies can
be had it
tf Geiger's Pharmacy, Sole Agent.
for Sale.
A solid walnut wardrobe in good
condition. Apply at this office,
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ad lit Srr- "Srve," said the
Fkt. "TiU tad ati.' said the
Fksin. A3H42r. said the Os
;4pri Hy fTr:;e precriprion,"
id J? P!ea;-Mdici2e Man.
Tai is ill tit intertiting.' said
Tie paiieafc, -lni liiesif it is all
tt 4i5r3J. Is there any grand
pn&cipl a vhich too all acreer''
""1 aT ckiaid in chora, nve
I1 irr ii: -s-ha it com to fee;
ii: prtf?r talag is to charge all the
rrae srfl lesr nd the Drvil take
:fe Uadenier. We ail! fend our
hV'.s br ihr ci raail." And thev
did
HUMAN SHUTTLECOCK.
"Dwsor, I viih yon would see if
roa eca's reiaove thee unsightly
tns from my hands."
-"Why don't you go to a mani
eonr'' ul did, and she sent me to a chi
ropodist," "WeUr"
"Vell, he sends me to you."
"I'm sorry, sir, but I can't risk
my reputation on such a job as that.
I snail have to advise you to go to a
safe blower."
MORE HUMILIATING.
'Being struck by a train is a hor-ribk-
experience."
"Being tripped by a train is nearly
as bad."
BLUFFING.
"The British suffragettes are
threatening to blow up parliament."
"Oh, that sort of talk is merely
bornb-astic."
PARADOXICAL POLITICS.
"There are queer things sometime
about straight tickets."
"What in that?"
"When they're crooked."
UNGALLANT.
Miss Oldgirl I wish, professor,
you would give me a few wrinkles.
Profeesor You already have your
fair share, madam.
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Kagfeaefged. Asaaej.
ie a wbc fee Tresi,
fired, wccaMt vooea,
Csnfdfcas bssaapopdar
weeest icr otcz-53 jzars.
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Tate
Th Woman's Tonic
7Ls. Lada WaKea, of
feis advice. ReadkerleJ
fex: "I was so rcak,
Kbea I first begsa to take
Czrdoi, that it fired ie to
walk just a StSs. Now, I
ea do all fee general
boasewodc, forafarsly of
5. T17 Cared fof jir
frocKes. It E27 be the
ver remedy yoa need.
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DOCTOR QUAYLFS QUIET HINT
Prstractei &e!s?i ef WtlWrftanlnj
FrieJ Hi -Get 00 tie Nerve
a Theen AIL
Dr. W. A. Q:y, fc-brp of the
Metoiirt cra aad a Topar lec
rrrer, t ihe etHy days of his rni
y em baci to priEadi oae Sun
cst to a f oiier cTc5oa Kan
tL tzd "a5 neried by o-e of
b-'s old parhiooers. After the eTe
nisg serrict the fDy gathered
ro)d the beari aad exchanged
iaiscences "aith ir goest, ap
parendy without tar thought of re
tiring. " EleTen o'dock ce and 12
"cloc
Tb jnTer!t5oii Ltrred and all
showed unistaiable sdgs of weari
ness. Doctor Qy!e yawaed polite
ly and rubbed his drooping eyelids.
His host moved restlessly in his
chair. His hostess eyed the time
piece with growing alar- The very
air was drowsy, but no one smed
able to end the awkward situation.
Finally, as the clock chimed 1 :30
o'clock, his hostess asked deprecat
ingly, but with a note of desperation
in her voice : s
"Brother Quayle, when do you go
to bed?"
"When I get a chance," replied
Doctor Quayle meekly.
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Following ii a list of days'Couu
ty Courts are held in counties near
Mt. Sterling.
Bath. Owingsville. 2d Monday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Monday.
Clark. Winchester. 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexugton, 2d Monday.
Fleming, Flemragsburg 4 th
Monday.
Harrison, Cynthiana 4th M"D
day. Madison, Richmond, 1st Mod
day.
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, ;:rd
Monday.
Nicholas. Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
Eggs 20c per dozen at Vanais-
deltt
for Sale.
A nice improved place of 20
acres on Levee pike 2 miles from
Mt. Sterling. E. H. Moss.
Phone 693-a Mt. Sterling, Ky.
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I have all my accounts made out
and would appreciate it if you
would call and settle if you are in- J
ueoteu to me.
S. P. Greemvarie.
Highest Market Price Paid
for
Poultry and
Produce
G.D, Sullivan Sfo.
W. Ucuit Street Mt. Sterling,
U'bone: Oflloe. I7. Kealdenoe. IS.
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