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Ae ecnr loan, Ci30 ic S.3D, jfk.2 -welcome -was foieaaea to these.
IroiroQe xztS XL Sirrig r (DtaepBraai parts of this peel Coso
3bVzv&Mh as3 this XJbetaar; jroKasess sad swaal -was of ised 3 lecri.
Gam jipar, fire as lime to pryare for your naj uau -re -w3I lare jsd
33-thae juKstncfcy pitaac Here" to yoa, loscred Tisifir -wink "beet
in&zt far r Greater Ioxarrille.
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If lawyers, 3efel of jwiaBc 2
witness, ""wall ytm iwimj.' 4e thai"'
-were 4 aval: then if Aey -weald bet
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"The Hallmark Stort"
CITIZEMS PBOTEST THE
SALE OF INSTITUTE
A coamittee of SClIerBfearg cit!zB
llesaj TTara Seeeher jatj
sac oaearfh csa ssile ht ana; Goes
saay Saii ist, list Triat 3s a cla-1 onchly stnxei before en-enap "wth
raoafl ilaii cwnrr3 to as ere-Cadi 4 cbeeseeloth tied drrn tloselj aroafid
or a narflj-CasiJ1 tie aik of the e?n.
Ttafa all riil. ioo. hct he Caili 7. Creasa fJioald be set is a re
ef a olaiaoaa fiasi at fbe 73f3rf time', frirator. -ld trater or sa&e eol
lis esa iS beatea io a frasBle. J &T place. Great eare AvtHi be taten
ofc to plaee the creaai is a daasp,
Tie axanal isre to aboEsb H31 "!" basesent or cellar or where it
1me &&& of etenatr. Tairi tace aaS ipeti aee. It is the better srsj. t boards in oa. It oagat to jeueetbi. I -Bill be exposed to the san- Good
' aia ia faror of nsaag theax to bafld Teatilatioa 3s TitaHy Bcessarjr.
Hrrea 2sa2ifaare a J025 -traj art, bat swas pop3e trr to jtg. ' ises eo s to ie oat oa the boas jj piotatioa? oa lire fowl in the
ihrrmn M -&, r,rM i !., a.M " j sbortagt ibca &s peper Tised for larrer sariets are lower, which has
, J poptias -w3l ielp redone She paper reralted ia sEgiit declines ia coaatry
AS. jiwpie of serasal iatffijreaoe tare tie pywer to "- aad rEasoa.
it few praciice k. TTorde that are tie resafe of aaaljiieal fiioaiit poc-
f tie force x&2 power -wlaea 5riTes tie inaaa acSrirr of lie -world, j
5boi tLat are luibled tioaprfJeBtly ad Tdtboat reatoa -f -spaa fer- j
-Ze w4i aa are marrnfi3 into laoaataias of imoaity tiat reati erea to j
Ee liroai He -wi2i a fwihclS ia eaii place.
i-f L HIV THZT Tall Will j a xt. . -, jvibkc aa icr yucoa. aiaa ps- TaiOeS.
A HAinrlAT LAM WIB of reord aad tie parfr iaoyj aot 3 th-searies rfieai- Sioeis of storare poaitrr are licht.
tw- mm tM o?aB l toe a- a -waj.io sara, ao wa &e lie pnja &,. le. HThUe Ta aaa a there is a Cood demand'for 3
ii, i-wu, vaTH3 31 T6- --. i -l ic panj &. uqs wre o jEsi bffijoardE. dressed poaltrr, it is expected Ihat
ij 4 C&tea -whose bats 15 to Iatfona u roerdj a rastier of coa- t tbu v Vnr ia ranaort t.. -n T. Knt T?u r f,m
present prices dariag--the seit few
acie a m tr Yr&ai. that woaM 2re. lie laet is oalasoa is sa- 0 a saoreaeat to' aioSsh LoarclSlE-
are tiw ooatrr froai roj to de- press, asd in tie laagaage of as-1
Sfcirajjpa Tmss are good, moaey is t other, 5aator Lodge's iejaolasz 3vo- fair reader, the Seaboard air
ft c r$n.&-& J-.4 fwtvi TiWrttlcrM? ojilaf IflTVroItT ofTI1i1 TTIflCQ TTIPOfinfV.
AM lawf are oa ifei j &3 swtloxv; dowa tie ioate, bat iel&e is a ia3road, aot an airplaae Eterfnaa a -year co, there win be' They decided to offer the county a
wk U ins ta'aott. roaie. - -v A.. t !. i irPt mbIi nrnf t-nf A7.0nn nn fh tiron.
coarersion of MUersVnnf Military
Institute into a county schooL
County School Superintendent J. B.
Cavwood refused to put to a vote the
question of selling the Millersburg
3Gh'tary Institute property, recently
purchased from Colonel and Mrs.
C. M. Best, to be converted into the
Bourbon County nigh School and ac
tion was delayed until Saturday at 2
The board met with alt members
present except W. R. Tattle. Millers
burg citizens were present in force,
headed by W. D. Mclntyre as spokes
man. The county bought the property for
$40,000. iGllersburg citizens arc
loath to surrender the military school
and took the matter up last Friday
T1 AVt J 4, M .r-$L 'ft!. atef ....a
ior Shr Hktwi oos "wS aot
- DOa&Mie. are sstkSed to let ?ood
eaciJ svs-r' ieace the "preraiEag
'feefina "who caa win J" The B
pabSeaa parry is $nt crarr to le
the kV, w;thot vuazmUzttttF. ihat is
HiMir Jywte. tie epposiaj; head
-o ti- I(nie 'A JUoa, has read
his ja&zMHs-rift tph aad fike water
Jm a 4Vs baet, has aof rsade aa ywi She- AM. colors ztE.IL Peach
Khapri&tioa aad the zn&t Chieazo & Co.'e. "
ieoarsatioa is at sea -witbout chzri or
a brisk deaoand for the aew
darias1 tie next few weeks.
Mr. Arthar Carter, f MidaietowB,
Ohio, is visttBg frieais aad rela
tives of this pbce.
Mr. Hesry Joses is Tioifing his sis
ter, Mrs. CKat YMamg, f Xrth
Misses Josepfciae Trimble aad
Virgiaia BicharieB were the gves-ts
pf Miss Mae Jeses Sssday.
Mrs. Millard Higfcky aad childrea
spent Sasday with her paresis.
Little Mise Beriha Dewahac will
return home this week after a two
weeks' visit with her graadate-ther of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley, f Side
View, visited her parents, Mr:" aad
Mrs. George Dunaway Saaday.
Mr. Shelby Goldey, of Preeta, at-J
tended prayer meetiBg at this' pkee?"'
Mrs. Emma Walker soeat Mesdar
J erty, or seven acres of land, valued . nifiht with Mrs. Ahria Trimble.-
unnna jni ntJttis i xrr,sif ,, p,v tn-.
, jTp& raiexaber that oH-tisae Ca-1 eleetrie lights 70a cza haTe tiea
"We hare it at a very reasoile? : CoaBaaer-Oh, aerer aaad, they aot "ttrfactoryas earher ia the be erected as soon as plans can be
- Lr-3 Erm 1 ni Tmnoc in Tna a pia (inn. 1 i rj nn
pnee. iletxaire Bros Baak street. 1 are that war most of the tiae. - . v J
' t:iiui-.ij- iTaicm arc nciierauiv luncr.
W .-w w- .v..,, QW UVH..
be gathered daily.
Eeeeipts of eggs are about normal at the'same figures as a site for the
. for this iaoe of the Tear: quality is j eouary high school, the buildings to
A man from Tennessee is willing
, to buy the property with assistance
'-4eorpaer. He wodd hare Hs parry to
ny -wvrt fA vxia& of Vrvi-
Tbe eeitbrated E. k V. Shirt at i Tt TuSironA irrjoraioie 2tit
B. Z. Puaeh & Co.'- ivSUn to n9?7p i l?n ff rt he gathered daDy, kept in a cool from Millersbunr citizens and con
" 1 -. ai n. ,Ji -place and marketed freauentlv .Oual- tinn tln Tnii;nT cuni Ttn nTin-
Ifea haJf bo ia Skaad &Je, as MoMe jjj. ity win be improved if iaf ertfle eggs ty board agrees to the proposition
lisA. .at that they -won't be satis- J Prodncecl- , Millersburg will retain her two col-
Boys' eloihiag-a large aad choice UJ?T af addltl0n nave the connty
i ed unless Wilson leads them the
I Democratic donkey to be tht ioat.
asfortsoest of &e. best rsaies.- It
trmrt an inru Jwfloojr 1 tfce atop- j has ao supenor aad at this time,
tia f tfc; Ii,-B of KatMUK. for- j whea lard is at the high eo-t isark.
" v get&gr tif rfrs -rit hia with it i very popaiar, for it requires k
1U ht pvUtety expred, "TTe -hrtatag to laake the best bread
Vaaaot taake pse exeept ia com-! aad r&K from the Cream an aay
pany with ir aflie. Jt -wwdd braad h-r iloar on the zaarktt. Yon can
as wrth TerlaMwg di4aor asd yt a sack of this flour at the Mt. ame. a tie.
briaz nwo to alo jf we ad-rtook , Sf-ri:nz Coajaa&eioa and Storase Co.
"to sake a separate pea1." This is'fcaJe distributors.
Orteopathy is saggested to the
manager of the baseball player who
booted the ball ia the math with the
la this ieee ye advertise the t.:i ..i..,jj ,.,i. 'rays to buy liese goods at B. E.
i3-nf "Wilwi iiJ W o.-a-wlxf mm ".. i. -n.: n t- ...-.. n -'iPaach & Co's 1
- - - 7 1---'. ' ,' - v,wu" """ "iS j-wi"!i'2j now k all tired sJaaay;
The utile chorus girl did say,
I can ao Joager thinny.
Womea's silk hoe.
B. E. Pnach & Co.'a.
Best makes at
Women's silk hose.
R. E. Punch & Cos.
Boys' clothing a large and choice
assortment oJ the best makes. It
pays to buy these goods at R. E.
Punch & Co.'s.
Best makes at j Women's lisle
Punch & Co.'s,
Andrew Hazelrigg aad faaly,of
North Middletown, visited bar par
ents of this place Sunday.
John B. Stetson Hats are the best,
and always carrv the new styles.
Young men, you will wast ose. They
are at R. E. Punch & Co.'s. ' '
MOVES TO WISC0NSIM"
Joe T. Carter, formerly of thisj
city, has located at South Mawau
kee, Wis., and will engage in busi
ness there. The best wishes of .his
many friends follow him to his new
home, . '(
The best is cheapest, Hart Sehaff
ner and Marx clothing. They fit and
hold their shape. See them at R. E.
Punch & Go.'s.
W. A. SOT
TON & SON
"Eminent men and women will
speak, sing and play" at the Shrine
of Elbert Hubbard at the twenfy-fif tb
annual Royeroft convention.
That settle? it. They will be no
Undertakers and Embalmers
MT. STERLING. KY.
Day Phone 481. Night Phones 23 & 121
Our First Silver Sale In
"REGINNING June lit and ending June 20th
-"' we will place our entire itock of lUver both
Stalin? and Sheffield on sale at a
20 fo Reduction
It wilt pay you to come to Louitville and take ad
vantage of this tale. You will save your c rfare
several timet over. Nothing taken out of stock or
reserved. This sale includes Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Tea Set, Daskets and hundreds of other articles in
Sterling and Sheffield.
Prohibition before Supreme Court
J . in five phases, says a- headline.
$ , That's almost as many as one sees
J , after a quart of moonshine.
ion may iait your jamooree-j, out
none of the classics in that line can
compare with the party pulled off at
OU-rlin, Ohio, on 3fay 24th, when the
twenty-Feventh anniversary of the
founding of the Anti-saloon League ' j
I don't like this eve'dropping said
the footpad as he felled two young
girls on a dark street and then
grabbed their pocketbooks.
If you take the world as yon find
it, you'll save a big and useless bill ;
Pa, what is food for thought.
Any kind you buy these days, my
If at firiit you can't succeed,
Give her gas, put on more speed;
Throw her into high and klaxon,
Like a regular Anglo-Saxon.
Madame Godiva could ride through
town any day now and not a single
man would turn his 'head.
I call this from a Saturday Even
ing Post editorial, hot stuff:
"To much mustard" has become
the national anthem, and the shimmy
the national dance. A -penod of
Strauss and the old-fashioned give-her-room
waltz is about Ibo prescrip
tion we need. There is sometbiag
wrong about the styles wbea a
woman, wearing all her clothes, finds
Also I may add that Mt. SterUsf
girls aay tbak their lucky Oaw
that Geor Horace Leniaw m t
Perhaps you need a
Just see how well
these new TITRITES'
I A ' R. Oldham Son i I If I I
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writing for tbw