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Raid On Our "Ball
This winter weather is
everybody who needs
HAflubbcr boots A
Hrarctics. Get yours spV
while our stock is complete. HjV
I FOR I
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rent events unless you read the
(Louisville, Ky. -Henry Watterson, Editor)
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SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO
Florida, Ciiba, New Orleans, Panama
Long Return Limit. Full Sto"p-Over Privileges.
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route Double daily through service to New Orleans. Wee
SicaUy ligfi equipment, including Pullman Drnvrmg-Room
SleeniL Cars. Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For" details calt on any Ticket Ant,
H.C. KINQ, Passenger Ci Ticket Agent, ivi u. "."""' " "
LET US DO YOUR JOB PRINTING
- Band" Footwear!
sending in almost
"W"- DHL IBerx37- ds Co.
Winter Tourist Tickets
NOW ON SALE
ALL WINTER RESORTS
G--. Crescent Root. or apply to
Is one whore health abounds.
With Impure blood there can
not be good health.
WRhadlsordcred LIVER there
CMBOt be good blood.
rerlvlfy thetorpld LIVER and restore
Its natural action.
A healthy LIVER means pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happiness.
Take no Substitute. All Druggists.
Special Motor Car Models for the
Cincinnati Auto Slnw.
On Monday, February 24th, at
the hour of 8 p. in., the Cincinnati
Automobile Show will open doors
for n continuous session covering
full ten days, six of them devoted
to the pleasure car section, the
other four to that of the commer
Thouuh all tlie shows held here
previously have been emphatic
successes, the present one gives
honest promise of new records in
the way of attractive, original
displays, from the fact that Cin
cinnati is now n part of the ten
city circuit formed by the National
Association of Manufacturers for
the purpose of expediting the
transfer, from point to point, of
all the special models ar.d designs
gracing the floors of the wide
sweeping exhibits in New York,
Chicago and other large cities of
One of these novelties for ex
ample, is to be a chassis, pearl
white in coloring, and so construct
ed as to reveal to the eye every
inner detail of operation.
The decorative scheme of the
show is again to be under charge
of the William Beck & Sons' Com
pany, which is to begin its work
promptly on February 1st and
continue almost to the hour of
opening on Monday, February 24.
L'he color plan herein is to be of
white and delicate 'green, ruth
particular attention to the cafe,
ivhich is to be done after the fash
ion of pergola and open-face lawn.
Of exhibitors there are to be 52
in the pleasure-car department
nd 16 in that devoted to the,
"Ever take the trouble to inspect
the parts of your car, Willigus?"
"Not since the first time," said
"First timer" eaid Bjones. "Why,
what do you mean ?"
"Oh, the first car I had," said Wil
ligus, "I dropped a lighted cigarette
in the gasoline tank and I saw all
the parts I wanted to in two seconds.
Never had any curiosity since."
An open confession may becod
for the soul, but it is hard on the
IN LAND OF WHITE NIGHTS
Summer In Finland Jutt One Long.
Uninterrupted Day That Mutt
June is the month of the "white
nights" in the north. In Finland one
can read a newspaper in the open air
at midnight, and the sky is bright
with a tender, gentle radiance. There
i'b no break between the sunset and
dawn, and the same rosy flush serves
Strictly speaking, summer in Fin
land is just one long day. The mo
ment the first star glimmers in the
south it is a 6ign that autumn is at
band. The long period of light ex
ercises a marvelous effect upon vege
tation and the leaves of trees grow
to an enormous size. Up north, tho
development of plant life is crowded
into a few weeks, but it is none the
less perfect for that.
Though few people realise it, it
is a fact that in June London has
only 5y hours of darkness. Up at
Aberdeen in clear nights, there is no
darkness, only a kind of twilight.
Scottish gardeneiB, if they wished,
could work in the open at midnight,
except, perhaps, in tho south of our
jj Cfe&fil AvMdeX I
BIDLE8TUDYOt) " 3,
GOD'S RAINBOW COVENANT.
Genesla 8i1 9:17 Feb. 0.
"I do let Uy bow in the cloud, and it thatt .
m m a!m t n VvtnMttii httA0H If tin ft '
the earth,"-aenciU t:U.
"EX IQIIKR Critics refer us to clay
1 tablets found In Babylonia as
,M tho earliest record of tho
Noachlan Deluge. Thcso rep
resent In outllno Noah and a boat, and
contain a few words descriptive of tho
Flood. This we nro asked to accept as
superior to the Genesis account. Wo
are'nraazcd! and recall to mind tho
prophecy which discusses our day, say
ing, "Tho wisdom of their wise men
shrill perish, and the understanding of
their learned men shall not bo appar
ent." (Isaiah 20:14.1 For our part, the
logical, reasonable statements of Gen
esis respecting the Flood are a hun
dred times more trustworthy than tho
crude Babylonian record.
Noah and his family dreaded another
deluge. God called their attention to
the rainbow, assuring them that neve
again would the whole earth bo flood
ed. Decause earth's Inst "ring" had
come down, there could not be another
deluge. Since the
Flood, we have
moisture In the
form of clouds.
Prior to the
Flood, thp sun
shone through the
ns a great ball of
Ore. Hence uo
rainbow was pos
sible. But now
fine vapors In tho The dove ictth the olive
direct line of the '"
sun's rays naturally cause the rainbow.
As God declares, so long ns there Is
a rainbow, there can never be a flood.
The Tower of Babel.
Centuries afterward, the worldly
wise of that time undertook the build
ing of a great tower, anticipating an
other deluge. Since they disregarded
God's promise. He let them manifest
their folly In unavailing sweat of face.
When they were wenrled by their her
culean task and had learned valuable
lessons, God confounded their lan
guage. Sepnrated In tongue and Inter
est, they scattered. Gradually man
ners, customs and color of skin becamo
dissimilar. Thus the various races
with their peculiarities of temperament
and language had their stnrt. St. Paul
remarks that this wus premeditated on
God's part as being most favorable for
the outworking of Divine purposes.
The separation of mankind into dif
ferent nationalities and the bnrrlers of
language kept the peoples apart for
centuries. But since steam became ef
fective for transportation, the commin
gling of nations, is breaking down na
tional barriers and favoring human co
operation Siuce mankind are sinners
by nature, their co-operation Is usual
ly selfish and therefore evil.
Today rich corporations are build
ing a great Tower of Babel for protec
tion against calamity. Likewise the
laboring classes are building n great
Tower of Unionism, to deliver their
from all adversity. Except for the dN
persion and the language barriers,
these worldwide drganlzatlons would
have developed long ago and precipi
tated tho flnnl great conflict "a time
of trouble such as never was sluce
there was a nation." Daniel 12:1.
Fire, the Next Calamity.
St. Peter divides human history Into
three great Epochs, called "worlds" In
our common version Iilble. The first
Kpoch ended with the Flood, where
tho present Epoch began, styled by St
Paul. "This present evil world." St
Peter says that .the present world wll
be ended by a deluge of "fire." Then
will follow n new "world." or order of
things. "Tho world to come," will be
an Epoch of Itlghteousness. under
Bible students formerly understood
St. Peter's words to signify literal fire.
to consume the physical earth ami
heavens. Closer study shows that the
fire Is symbolic,
nnd will consume
everything c o n
trary to the Di
vine will. The
"e I e in o n t s" to
"melt with fer
vent heat" are
Capital iitid I.u-Imii-
e I e in a a t s
V X'S The friction be-
' " tweell these will
"I do tit Mt) tmir in
soon burst Into
flume, as St. Pe
ter piopheMed The "heuvens" nreec-clcsiastlcal-the
These will become Involved In the
ntrlfe between Capital and Labor, and
Christ Jesus Is the Ark of Safety for
all who will bo saved from tho pres
ent order. His followers will become
with Him tho "new heavens"-the
spiritual ruliug power of Messiah's
Kingdom. Under their supervision a
uow social order will bo inaugurated,
and selfishness will be eliminated.
Although many lives will be lost In
that trouble which ends this Age, the
great mass of mankind will remain.
Social, financial and ecclesiastical ar
rangements will have perished, and
everything be put on a new basis by
Messiah. Tho Lord teljs us that fol
lowing the flery trouble ne will send
mankind a pure Message, "that they
may all call upon the name of tho
Lord to servo Hlra with one consent."
(Zepbanlah 3:0.) Manklud will not bo
wholly destroyed by that flery trouble
The confusion of doctrines given forth
In the name of the Lord will termi
nate with this Age. The Message of
Divine Graco promulgated In the fu
ture will be pure, and the blessing to
all that will receive It will be great
a ji I vi1
To Our Friends
you know us. You know we
afford to go back on our word.
Wo honestly believe wo hvo tho
best bowel remedy ever nisde ho
most ploasant-to-take, most per
manently beneficial laxative for relief
from the miseries and dangers arising
Wo wouldn't aay this If we didn't
bclievo it to be true. We wouldn't
risk our reputation by making such
statements did we not feel suro you
would Cnd them true.
Our faith is built both on tho
knowledge of what Heiall Orderlies
are made of and on observation of
very many severe eases in which tbey
have proven their merit.
Try them at Our Risk
If they do not abundantly prove
their merit with you alsj If you
aro not entirely satisfied with them
wo will refund your money and we
will do that on your mere say-so.
We don't ask you to risk a penny.
Isn't that fairf
Just let tho bowels fail in properly
doing their work Just let their
action be delayed and incomplete
nrtrl ftin .ntlrn ivflrm nnd flvprv
ether organ suffers. Wastes that
CAUTION: Please bear In mind that Retail Orderlies are not sold by all drug
rista. You can buy Retail Orderlies only at The P-exall Stores.
You can buy Itexall Orderlies in this community only at our storai
MT. STERLING The QAtaJUL Store
Then Is a Itentl Store In nearly every town and city in the United States, Canada and
Great Britain. There Is a different HeiaU Remedy for nearly every ordinary human IU
aoa especially deaiened for the uarticular ill 'or which it Is recommended.
Tho Rexab Stores- are America's Greatest Drug Stores
txccllent farm and City
Property for Sale.
I offer for sale privately the
following: My modern new resi
dence on West Hish street, also
lot adjoining, which is 75 feet
front and 300 feet deep. My
farm near Grassy Lick, consisting
of 188 acres of land in high state
of cultivation, can also be bought
well worth the money.
13tf Mrs. Mary A. McGlure.
A cheap skate seldom cuts
Capital Stock - - -Surplus
and Profits -Stockholders
Surplus to Depositors - $125,000.00
Clean, Strong, Progressive
Your Business Wanted
3 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
GxchangQ ffiank of Jc cntucJcy
MT. STERLING, KY.
-rsr,ra3o.?.iS0ss,'s23332, &383'&6 Si9a223 -"
1 Greene & Strossman
NICK HADDF.N. JR.
Blue Grass Farms
forj'.sale ami rent in Montgomery and adjoining counties in tracts and ON
TERMS to suit buyers.
Houses and building lots in Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Coal and timber lands in any number of acres,
l'rom f5,ooo to f 25,000 to loan on first mortgage.
We solicit your patronage and promise you a square deal. Call and see
our list. Office, No. 9 Court street, with W. A. DeHnveii.
Personally Conducted Tour
Florida surn-d. Havana
TUESDAY, fEBRlMY II
S130.00 Louisvillo to Havana and Roturn
S 00.65 Louisville to Palm Beach and Roturn
9 55.O0 Louisvillo to St. Augustine and Return
Including railroad ticket to Havana, Palm Beach, or St. Au
KUbtiue and return; also sleeping car berth, hotel, dining car and sight seeing
expense on going, trip. Rates from any other point to any other point will be
nuSteon application The trip will be made comfortably and will be educa
C You know the disagreeable weather we have in February, so write for
Itinerary, giving details of what the trip covers, also literature, or call on
1. H. TODD, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky.
would notthat we could not
Nor can you aliora to ignore
offer on this splendid laxative.
hould have been dispelled remain
to poison ino eyivein.
Headaches, biliousness; nervous
ness and other tormenting and serN
ous ills aro common when the bowels
fail to act daily as nature Intended.
All this may bo avoided, if you will
accept our advice.
taste Just like candy. They are
toothing and easy in action. They
do not cause griping, nausea, purg
ing or cxcesiivo looseness. They
tend to tons and strengthen intestinal
nerves and muscles. They promptly
relieve constipation, and help to per
manently overcome It.
Retail Orderlies promoto better
epirita and better health. In all of
these things they aro vastly superior
to old-fashioned, harsh salts and
other purgatives, which are not only
unpleasant to take but which usually
leave the bowels in worse condition
than before. We particularly recom
mend Ileiall Orderlies for childrenj
aged and delicato persons.
Retail Orderlies come in vest
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, lOcJ
30 tablets, 25oi 80 tablets, 60o.
FOR SALE One of the pretti
est lots in Machpelah cemetery, 8
to 10?graves joining Edmonson on
tlieEast and A. Baume on the
West. Address T. C. Henry,
Winchester, Ky., or call Home
'Phone 414. 30-tf
for Sale Privately.
My residence on North Maysville
street. Henry R. Prewitt.
Grandma's coffee, 1 lb. package
35c. Every packasie auaranteed
- $ 50,000.00
S. R. LANK