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LARGE AND DELICIOUS
Allio 0. Lnnc, formerly t.C this city,
son of Richard Lnnc, who is now n
successful busSncss mnn in Scnttlc,
Wash., hns forwarded to his grand
mother, Mrs. Susnn Lnnc, of this
city, some lnrge, delicious red ap
plcs. Wo measured two of these ap
ples nnd ench in circumference
roensured 13 inches nnd across the
Btcm nnd hloom end they measured
13 inches each, and the dinmntcr
wns four inches ench. We did not see
these apples weighed, but would
guess they would weigh not less thnn
one pound ench.
The good womnn, Aunt Susnn
Lnne, hnppy in her homo nnd Chris
tian faith, said, Allie is alwnys rc
memhering rac. Mrs. Lnne thinks Al
lie is n fine young mnn nnd we know
ho is, for the memory of this splendid
womnn is proof that Allie loves his
mother nnd grand-mother. Show us
Mich devotion nnd we will point to
him a n mnn of intrinsic worth nnd
A Lady in Chicago Telegraphs for
Read Mrs. Phillip' wire: "Youell's
Exterminator Co., Wcstfield. X. J.
Rush $3 worth of RAT-SKAP."
Later received following letter:
"RAT-SNAP arrived. It rid our
Following is tho standing for the
counties in Kentucky for tho sales
of Wnr Savings Stnmps at tho close
of business, September 30, in the
Bell 784 10
Bourbon 210 10
Boyd " au
Boyle - 571 20
Breathitt 51 25
Breckinridge 1 708 20
Bullitt i 774 00
Caldwell 585 G5
Calloway 401 05
Campbell 3,055 90
Carlisle 265 40
Carroll 171 75
Carter 302 75
Casey 18 05
Christian - 463 00
Clark 3 15
Clav o yo
Crittenden 850 40
Davios ......... 80S 30
Estill 52 52
I i? -. ?.. a TiieI miwl .
nouse oi nu . -- - ""- Fnvcttc 3,840 55
here from Pa., where I used RAT- rnJcul- '
SNAP with great results." Th?)e iFleming - 9 "5
sizes, 2oe, 50e. $1.00. Sold nnd iFranklin 1,136 60
Chcnault & Orenr.
If men had to use hat pin they
would have put out their eyes, punc
tured their eardrums, and penetrated .Graves
their skulls years ago.
Fulton 24 25
Gallatin 290 71
Garrard 16S 50
Fur'Repairing and Remedeliiig
Our reputation for successful repairing and re
modeling old Furs, duo to our long and wide ex
perience is striking evidence of the finest skill and.
thorough workmanship that only a practical and ex
clusive furrier can offer.
The cold days will soon be here and with them
advanced prices and continued rush.
Do not delay another day, it will mean a saving
to you to come early.
Latest New York and Paris fashions.
W. H. DAWSON & SON
The American Furrier
411 WEST 4TH 8TREET
A suit instituted last June in tho
Circuit Court at Mt. Sterling by tho
Kentucky Agricultural Experiment
Station, through its counsel Mr. W.
B. White, ngninst the C. W. Jcnn Co.,
an Indinnn firm opernting n number
3f cream buying stations throughout
Kentucky, for failure to secure a li
cense for their cream station in Mt.
Sterling last spring, was successfully
terminated last week. Judge Robert
Winn, attorney for the C. W. Jean
in open court and
agreed that a judgment should he
entered ngninst his client for tho sum
of $300 nnd costs. This represents
the first prosecution brought by
lean Thomns Cooper for a violation
f the Kentucky Creamery nnd Test
er's License Law, tho object of this
lnw being to insure fair dealing be
tween the producer of cream nnd the
company buying it.
The wages of sin is. always paid,
no matter how the trouble is adjusted.
A well-known confidence operator
confesses that he can rob three wise
men while ho is becoming acquainted
with n fool.
There is nothing so well known as
that we should not expect something
for nothing, but wc all do it, and call
Republican opposition to the pence
trcnty and German resistance of the
peace conference arc synchronous,
To havo a good friend is one of
tho highest delights of fife; to bo a
good friend is one of the noblest and
most difficult undertakings.
Friend o fours had a silver wed
ding the other night and said ho
and his wife had only had one fight
in twenty-five years. Same old fight.
No matter how rough the road is
to Heaven is, you'll feel all the moro
like enjoying your rest when you get
fiWn 25 20
Greenup 103 93 . Co., appeared
S2LZZZZ: ''S SlsffiffiffiffiFBaiKfi
Having changed my location from Hart -10 "' Jyj
Flnt Creek, Bath county, to Mont- Henry 5S 70 Lpj
gomcry county and located 4 miles nenikrson 21 90 ifi
west of Mt Sterling on the Winches- r 36 35 i IG
ter pike, I have a nice line of nursery ' 1Ut'kman gj
stock to offer, consisting of Fruit, Hopkins - 'lgj
Ornamentnl and Shade Trees, Vines, -Jefferson 26,11S 20 j tn
Shrubs and Plants, which I will offer Johnson 29 40 i "fi
at reasonable prices. Catalogue and Kenton 033 30 j ffi
T nurol 1.173 70 1 ?6
price list free on application. Address I
all orders to W. W. Clark, Mt. Ster
ling, Ky., R. R. No. 1. Phone 60S-J-2.
- Lewis 163 46
m m m :: ' m m 0111m
T.nnxn 3.111 94
H-'" " '
. 'Livingston 21 S5
Letcher 335 4S
We have New Fall
models and beautiful
materials from which to
fashion your tailored
& gown. . . .
H: '. m & 5H -K rf ' m H: $K 3: H- , MetoalJSc
Wi Logan 662 00 j jV
Hi, Lyon 346 15u-
SMeCracken 202 35 Upj
McCrearv 19.80 i IE
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Magoffin 525 OOjIfl
W Marion 124 9o j
' Mason 172 15
J 1 Meade 29 40
IL' Mnrror 154 20
104 75 I SI
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dresses, men's handkerchiefs. At
wonder prices. 39c to 79c.
Many exceedingly choice pure
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$1.75 to $2.50
Napkins to correspond
$3.98 to $7.50
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Monroe - - 1
Montgomery . 970
An extra fine imported qual
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Napkins to correspond, 98c
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rulilfnlM.r" 1.121 SPI3J
N'elson ... 4C4 90
Nicholas 1,509 10
Ohio ....:. 1,010 SO
Olilham 187 70
Owen 43 05
Owsloy 171 80
Pcndloton 1,073 17
Porry 172 05
Pulaski 670 85
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7 S. Alain St
J Th best meal for the least money. J
Home cooking, sell service ,
ll'e roorlu viii uinn't hnun .
II i ItfUUI IUU HWII flUVW
to wait-IT'S CLEAN.
Highest Market Price Paid
Poultry and Produce
CD. Sullivan SCo.
W. Locust Street Mt. Sterling, Kj
Phones: OTice 474; Residence 132
50 Cents on the Dollar
Saved by buying jewelry from
Established 1800. Bargains in Elgin
and Walthnm watches, etc., 141 YW
tor street. Just around the corner
from Upper, Lexington, Ky. 34-yr.
Todd 1,485 05
Union 120 00
Vnrrcn 2,570 90
Total $73,470 25
The renl dramatio critics nre al
ways talking nbout "atmosphere" in
a piny: What on earth does that
Tho opponents of tho treaty have
mndo it tlio means of disturbing, not
of guaranteeing, tho world's peace.
Put your ears on tho job nnd give
your tongue a rest.
Towels and Toweling
Towels of excellent quality
in a variety of form3 are offer
ed at remarkable prices. Some
as described below.
TURKISH EATH TOWELS
15x29, splndid quality at
39c. Extra Good grade, 59c.
HUCK TOWELS Individu
al towels of excellent quality
of huck, fully bleached, size
14x20, while they last atlOc
Crash Toweling of fine ab
sorbent quality, 18 inches wide
at 15c to 29c.
Our Line of Domestics
Contains All You Want
are of fine quality of bleached cot
ton. Widths, 36-in. and 40-in. Price,
39c and 49c.
HOPE AND ADVERTISER COT
TON 3G-in. wide, superior qual
ity of these well-known brands,
specially priced at 27 l-2c
EXTRA FINE NAINSOOK, in
flesh and white, checks, stripes'and
plain, especially suited for fine
underwear. 3G-in. wide. Price, 39c,
Phantom Cloth, 59c.
OUTING CLOTH, best brand,
full width, heavy weight, 27 l-2c.
Blankets and Comforts
It is most gratifying to compare our prices on blankets and comforts with other prices when you are pre
paring against the winter cold. awA, .
Cotton blankets in grey, tan and white; good weight and size; prices, $2.48 to $3.50.
Nashua Woolnap Blankets, $3.48 to $5.98.
Wool plaid blankets of soft heavy texture, in pink, gray and tan plaids 70x80 inches worth $15.00, but
priced at $12.50. ',
Extra fine cotton-filled silkoline comforts in a wide variety of colors and designs, full size, price, $2.98 up.
Eider down comforts that are wonderful in colors, desig nand price.
It is economy to fill your household needs from our well-filled and carefully-chosen line.
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