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LET US SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
Sket Guns, Rifles, Leggins, Hunting Coats, Gun Grease,
Rust Recover, Cleaning Rods, and a Full Line of
Peters and Winchester Ammunition
CHENAULT & DREAR
THE NEXT THING
"I suppose it will como to tHat
" ''That wo'll have to buy,a beefsteak
ob the installment plan."
Sweaters. R. E. Punch & Co.
"They say tho making of illicit
whiskey will not ho a great indns
toy." v"Oh, that's all moonshine."
$109 Reward, $1W
The readers of this paper will be
jtleaaed to learn 'that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
ben able to cure; in all its stages and
that Is catarrh. (Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine IA taken Internally and
.acts thru the UloodXon tho Mucous Sur
faces of the 8sten thereby destroying
the foundation o' theXdlsense, giving the
patient 'strength uy bivldlng up the con
stitution and assisting ature In doing Its
-work. The proprietors have so mucr
faith In the curative power of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that Niey offer One
Hundred lollara for any cie that It falls
to cure. Send for Hit of ttVtlmonlala.
AddrPM F. J. CHENEY &CO.. Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by" all Druggists' 75c.
FAIR PRICE COMMISSIONER
RESIGNS FEDERAL OFFICES
W. 0. Head, federal fair price
commissioner for Kentucky and
chairman of the Kentucky High
Cost of Living Commission, resign
ed both positions, giving as the rea
son inability to devote the time nec
essary from his personal affairs.
Governor Black has accepted Mr.
Head's resignation the latter an
nounced. No reply has yet been re
ceived from the attorney general nt
Washington as to acceptance of the
resignation as head of tho Kentucky
Fair Price Commission.
V. B.J3mith, who has been acting
as secretary of both bodies since
their formation, will remain in charge
until Mr. Head's successor is appointed."
The workmen that used to voto
for a full dinner 'bucket now carry
a silver thermos bottle.
WETS ANO DRY8 SPLIT EVEN
Wets and Aty made an evrn brvak
id the reednt affection in Ohio, Eaeft
defentd the prohibition pk.).oflal
lmckel by the othef. The"noV had
it all the way through.
Wets defeated the fi'ilernl prohi
bition amendment by a majority of
542 us officially announced at the
Secretary of State office last
Friday, and the Crabbc prohibition"
enforcement measure by a majority
of 20,838. ,
Drys defeated the proposal to n
peal statewide prohibition by a ma
jority of 41,840, and the proposal
to legalize tho" manufacture and sale
of 2.71 per cent, beer by 29,GG7. All
defeated the classification tax
intendment by 77,341.
Tho official vote as given out by
the Secretary of State office on all
five proposals was:
Ratification of federal amendment1
Yes, 499,888; no, 500,430.
Two and three-fou'rths per cent,
bepr Yes, 474,903; no, 501,570.
Repeal of state prohibition Yes,
454,933; no, 490,782.
Crabbe amendment act Yes, 474,
030; no, 500,874.
Classification Yes, 239,889; no,
The official figures show that l,p
000,348 votc3werc cast on the fed
eral prohibition amendment,' or 20,
845 more than were cast on tho 2.78"
per cent, beer proposal ; 25,408 more
than on the Crabbe prohibition en
forcement act; 48,583 more than on
the proposal to repeal statewide pro
hibition, and 43,170 more than were
cast for the classification tax amend
ment.) L. II. Gibson, manager of the Ohio
Home Rule Association, in a state
ment last Friday night declared the
defeat of the federal prohibition,
amendment by the voters ofOhio "i
a direct repudiation ot national pro-'
hibition," and that "it is also notice
to Congress that tho drastic laws
passed by it to enforce national pro-,
hibition are disapproved ,by a major-!
ity of the voters of this State." V
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Payable fivery Three Months
A Special Opportunity to Secure f
A Regular Income is Now Offered
DO NOT HESITATE UNTIL TOO LATE
Sign an application now for at least one share
$100 mi 1 1 KkHI STOCK rOR $85
" VALV E- I N H EAD1 VaJ
and accrued dividends
PAYMENTS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE
CASH ' - :'
$10 DOWN AND $7.50 PER MONTH FOR 10 MONTHS
INTEREST IS CHARG
ED AT 6 PER CENT.
PER ANNUM ON UN
PAID BALANCES BUT
MORE THAN DOUBLE
Complete Financial Statements
mailed each stockholder
INVEST IN A SAFE LO
Write or Call at Our Office
PAYABLE AT ATE
OF $6.00 PER ANNUM
PER SHARE WHICH
NETS MORE (THAN
7 PER CENT.
ON YOUR INVEST
Keiitueky Utilities Company
The Sturdy Bliick Frame
Instantly, you notice the sturdy construction of this
important Uuick v aiuewnmuu. ntviur .
Which, under the watchful eyes of Buick engineers, for
nearly twenty years has been developed to a high stand
ard of perfection and efficiency.
Wonderful processes of steel stamping, heat treating
and electric rivet welding, give a construction upon which
rests largely, those satisfying qualities of comfort, safety
and durability. y
A reputation gained by years of constant daily usage,
under extreme 'stress and strains is proven evidence of
endurance and workmanship.
mmw.n WETTER AUTOMOBILES ASSE 13TOT BHIHCK WILL BTOD 1TOM
ML STERLING GARAGE
THE HOME OF THE BUICK
fAIN STREET PHONE 318
Our terms are not cash, but alKaccounts are due the first ot each month.
DEMAND FOR RABBIT SKINS
In roeent years several kind of
fur, formerly of so little valu.' as
to offer no inducement to the trap
pers, have teen raised In price, and
consequently collecting them has
been made profitable. Rabbit pelts,
which are extensively used bjr hat
m.ifcors. urn amonir tllCSO Uroducts.
...... j c .
6no Eastern concern has announced
that it will need 10,000,000 rabbit
st-iiis during 1919 and 1920, and it
desires as far as possible to secure
them from Americau sources. This
is an indication of a market which
should interest many a farmer boy.
This fall and,, winter dried, cased
rabbit skins will probably bring a
reasonably good return. Tlioy lira
sold bv the pound, which will con
tain seven or eight skins. Many farm
boys can readily acquire in the
course of the wuntor, large numbers
of skins which will net them a tidy
sum and, in addition, they will have
tho pcasuro of trapping experience.
The United States Department of
Agriculture will supply any inquirer
with the names and addresses of
possible purchasers of rabUit skins
and other pelts.
Mr. P. LaDuke, Farmer, Says, "You
Bet Rats Can Bite Through Metal
"I had feed bins lined with zinc last
year, rats got through pretty soon.
Was out $18. A $1 package of RAT
SNAP killed so many rats that I've
never been without it s5nco. Our colli
dog novor touched HAT-SNAP." You
try it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00.
Sold and guaranteed by Chcnnult &
ALL TIRED OUT
Hundreds More in Mt. Sterling in the
Tired all the time;
Weary and worn out night and
Back aches; head aches;
Your kidneys are probably weak
ened. You should help them at- their
Lot one who knows tell you how.
Mrs. Jaco Trimble, 3 Jamison
street, Mt. Sterling, says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills helped mo when my
kidneys were out of order. I suf
fered with dull, nagging pains across
my kidneys and I felt tired out and
weak. I also had dizzy headaches
and my kidneys acted irregularly. I
used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
rid me of the bachaches and other
signs of kSdney troubles."
Price COo at oil dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Ividnoy Pills th0 same
that Mrs. Trimblo had. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
NATIONAL LABOR TICKET FOR
PRESIDENTIAL RACE PLANNED
A national labor ticket for the
coming presidential election will be
nominated in Chicago by a conven
tion that will meet November 22, .Toha
Fitzpatrick, president of tho Chicago
Federation of Labor, announced last
week. Twenty thousand delegates,
representing tho Non - Paitisaa
League, farmers' organizations, and
state and local unions, are expectoi
to attend, he said.
Organizers of steel strike says:
"$Gd a day is a pittance." If it is,
wo wish wo owned a pit
Read Advocate Classified ads.
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We have New Fall
models and beautiful
materials from which to
fashion your tailored
gown. . . .
408 Fayette National Bank
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or every thirty days. If these terms don't suit you. please don't buy our goods.
"How angular that financier is."
A '"You know, don't you, that ho was
made by corners!"
, Millie My foot is asleep.
Willie Yes,. it's a beauty sleep!
in the Jewelry business in Mt. Sterling
This is the Record of
Fair dealing and courteous treatment has
made a success of our business.
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