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Graia, See, Hay, Straw, Coal, Lime, SjkI, CefBeat, Salt
STORAGE OF ALL KINDS .
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Did vtm now ire hare imt w. ie 4t ccwwpiag mswm?
Did von know the Mt Sterfof: schools are ef the highest grade aai
that when a boy or girl graduates l'rwn these schoels they kaew se-''
tiimr, that their pradnates hold some o the aest remunerative and" res
ponsible place of this country?
Did tou know that ire have a box aad rfore factory that sells its pred-
1 acts aH oTer the United States North and SoathT
Did you know we hare Efe and fire iasaraaca agencies that do as
enormous haziness from here I
Did yoa know Mt. Sterling is provided with nataral pas aad electric
plants, that oar water supply comes over iron deposits and its medicinal
i qualities coatribaie to health and vigor T
Did von know Mt. Sterling has the most modern charch bouses and
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we have two of the largest commission and feed establishments In Ken
Jaaes Haaflien Lewis says rasa Late asthonfaes on algebraic ueky, that we hare the largest Conrtday cattle market in the world, that
should not siave. J. Han. shoald problems tefl as that men should
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custom of the ordinary man
whiskers woaldn't have had a chance
to have made him famoas.
oar looe leaf tobacco market is one of the best in the White Barley as-
in rwvfl nriri! and ts in demand, that the V
remember that if it were not fer this suirry the hastimj type of prls- triet, that real estate is bnnnuc good prices and. is in demand, that tne : j
Hs Girls are wiS5ng to hastle for a man , Uedpath Chautauqua fc an anaual visitor, aad that while "w' have all "ei-"!
who wants that kind of a girL
JL French painter has destroyed
When a girl plays a ragtime so aH his pjetares beeanse people did
that it soands like a funeral march, not seem to show ranch enthusiasm j
it mar be trathfallr said that she is ' over Uiem. This is Hit self-sacri
mardering the music.
have mentioned and more, we will have good roads, and are in dire need i y
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1 of a modern hotel bnuding. - - -
And did voa know ML Sterling is one of the coaiiag cities of the Sonth
and that her eitienship demands the very best?
Another reason whv a rich old Tronble with some folks ts that
1 ficinr srtrit we woald like to see in-. - a;nv mnw rtA ronld love ther all want to be drivers of the
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War in Mexico mnst be a very in
sipid affair compared to the kind
Sherman once referred to in lan
gaage that has become famou.
caleaied in lie spring poeL
The man who makes the most
noise talking makes the least noise
!him, is because he knows
, coaldn't if he were poor.
Those who live the most are
'the ones who live the fastest.
she Prosperity Wagon, and mighty lew
the laborers to load it.
not A conscience needs exercise
! keep it in a healthy -condition.
Another Bargain Feast
An Assortment of Dresses Made of Taffetas,
Satins and Tricolettes
5 Dr-.ses ld wt to $40.00. now at $19.50
3 Dresses sold un to 45.00, now at $22.50
6 Dresses sold up to $50.00, now at $29.50
20 Dresses sold up to $75.00. now at S32.50
2 Dresses sold up to $100. now at $49.50
1 of these Dresses sold at $135.00. now at $75.00
1 of these Dresses sold at $118.00 now at $69.50
This entire line of Dresses is of dark materials in
Light Colored Georgette and Crepe de Chine
2 Dresses sold up to $57.50, now at $32.50
3 Dresses sold up to $49.50, now at $35.00
2 Dresses sold up to $78.50, now at $42.50
Spring and Summer Wash Dresses
These Dresses are in a large assortment of Organ
dies and Voiles in plain colors, printed designs and
also on embroidered materials.
On all these new Dresses a reduction of 1-5 off
Small Assortment of Soiled Summer Dresses
in Organdies and Voile
Sold up to $30.00, at $5.00 a Dress
A Few Spring Top Coats
$50.00 quality reduced to , .$29.50
$65.00 qualitv reduced to '. .' $32.50
$69.50 and 05.00 qualitv reduced to $39.50
Tailored Suits of All Wool Materials
Such as Serge. Velours and Tricotines. There is
considerable selection in this lot, sold up to
$50.00 at $25.00
A fairly large assortment of better tailored and finer
materials, sold up to $69.50, at . .,-. '... .$32.50
A still higher grade tailored Suits in best materials
in Serge, Velour and Tricotinesold up to
$100.00Vat , $42.50
And this is the very highest clast, of tailored Suits,
sold up to $145.00, at $50.00
Bargains in Waists
This lot is in "White Voiles and Batiste, values up
to $6.00, at $2.39
A line of soiled Muslin TVaists at 69c apiece
A small assortment of colored Taffeta Petticoats,
sold up to $10.00, at - $5.00 apiece
Paul Jones Middy Blouses
Sold up to $3.25, now at ....,. ,...... .$1.69
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Fine Assortment of ffigbf Qisst.
Georgette, Pussy Willow and
j ' Cre'pe de Quae Waists J Q $ )
Values up to $12.75, now $6.75
BIH THIS SALE WILL C0NTINUE DURING THIS ENTIRE WEEK ONLY
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WOLF, WILE & "CO.
Wichw Cleawers to rent.
ALL KINDS LIGHTING FIXTURES
All Work Guaranteed
A REMARKABLE EDITORIAL he is indebted to the public health
. . The Boston-Herald contained an ' authorities on this point alone. Were
ejitorial. which, for the insight it ,
uffennjr and death.
it not for this supervision ptomain
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rvreals relative 4o JIomaBe Ednca- poisoning wouia exaci a learzni wu
iionana the .rfifieanee of the J from onr citizenship in the form o
whole hniaane movement, is as ex
txaordin&ry as it is true. This ts its
People who give the sqnare
deal to the lower animals wQl
be all Ihe more liiely to ex
tend it to men. The youth who
is taught Tespect for the life be-
i Don't believe all you hear espec
j ially when it is about yourself.
aeath him tanght not to injure
or kill any animal wantonly
will be all the less likely fo do"
harm to his fellow-men. Much
- of the violence and cruelty
which ftill lingers in our civili
zation may be traced to lack of
the humane elemenMn the edn
cation of'fhe.vonng':, It.Sfems
a far crv from.' considerations
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like5theseto federations of the
world, yet international peace
begins, if anywhere, in that rev
erence for life, for individual
ity, for personality, which has
it? root-' in kindness to animals.
VtitK IN LEXINGTON
TRY OUR LUNCHEONETTE
is in Capable
! Certain simple measures may
prove life saving if applied while
I awaiting the doctor's arrival. Elim
ination of the pfomains may be as
sisted by a thorough washing out
of the intestinal canal. If there is
prostration the aromatic spirits of
ammonia may be used to combat it
in thirty-drop doses repeated every
-twenty minutes and well diluted with
water. In mild cases castor oil (one
ounce) may "be used. If there is
reason "fo believe "that the offending
material is still' in the stomach an
emetic shoald' "be 'given a heaping
teaspoenfnl of 'maslard in tepid wa
ter will do very well. When the
I doctor comes he will probably wash
out the stomach ind, give remedies
antidotal in their effects on the
The importance of food supervi
sion as a 'measure l preventive pub
lic health., is efevio. The average
citisea does not realise how deeply
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