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Discard your old hot, clinging
woolen coat and ease into one
of these c6ol, good looking
" rIf you Can find a hand-fmish-
'""" ed, quarter silk lined, correct
or; . -I '
, ly styled garment like these
any where at the above price
. you can wear one of these at
Hombs & Heibel
Successors to United Clothing Stores
Main & Maysville Street
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FFACTS and FANCIES
No, Dear Reader, you do not have
to .travel by night in order to ride
in the Pullman.
She "Where can I find,a'bottlo
opener?" ' " '
He. "You might try the mu
seum." ; '.
Uncle Sam has appointed ono
Helen Hunt as postmistress in a
small Western town, -whereat the
cStizens seeking mail will havo Jfo go
to-Helen Hunt for it.
Did you ever notice that the girl
that is always singing "Lips That
Touch Wine jWM Never Touch
Mine" ends up by marrying the vil
Colored ministers in the United
States are asked to offer prayer for
success for the Republicans in tho
coming election. Every one knows
they need praying for.
With all their spirits gone it looks
like sad old times for some people.
sympathetically. J '
"Well I'm quito happy here," re
torted Mrs. Slopfon brightly;" "In
fact, I'm happier here than I've been
for years. You see, my- husband
.can't throw mo down tho cellar
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stairs, like he often used: to, -bc-cause
we haven't any."
The Advocate "for printing.
Property on Wall street is said to
be worth forty' million dollars an
acre and not a foot of it is broken
to tho plow, nor is tho water Jt for
The man who never gives up will
some day havo money out at interest.
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' 1 1 -WjNSAYS HARDING
Senator Warren 0. Harding, tho
Republican Presidential nominee, in
a. statement yesterday said Gover
nor Cox deserved tho Democratic
Presidential nomination, but added
that his selection would not chaugo
tho Republican campaign plans in
Ohio in any way,
Thd statement was given out by
the senator shortly after he had
learned of the Governor's selection.
The senator at tho same time also
sent Governor Cox a telegram con
gratulating him on his success.
"Govornbr Cox's nomination,"
Senator Harding said, "is an added
consideration shown to our great
Stnte of Ohio, for which I am glad,
and gives reasonable assurance that
finally a newspaper man is to bo
made tho nation's chief executive.
Ohio has accorded Governor Cox
very unusual distinction, and ho de
served his victory at San Francisco.
His nomination will not change our
activities in any way in Ohio. It is
a great party contest beforo us, to
be fought on great principles in
volved, and neither place of resi
dence nor personality will havo any
marked influence on tho result.
During the next few days Sena
tor Harding plans to devote much
of his time to the preparation of his
speech of acceptance. Ever since
his nomination he has been accumu
lating material for this purpose and
now has it in such shape that he
need only to put his ideas on paper.
Owing to tho necessity for more
space in the administration building
next door to the Harding home, plans
J. D. HAZELRIGG &
"The House of Dry Goods"
We do not claim to acll the cheapest, but
we do sell .The Best. We carry a large
stock of standard and dependable goods.
THE BEST IS CHEAPEST
J. D. HAZELRIGG & SON
for sotting aside several rooms for
tho uso of tho newspaper corres
pondents has been abandoned. In
stead, a one-story temporary build
ing is to be constructed immediately
back of the Senator's house to be
used by tho newspaper men as press
rooms and work on the building Is
to begin at once.
Eight year old pure apple vinegar,
100 proof. Mt. Sterling Commission
& Storage Co., S. P. Greenwade,
A dividend of one and one-half
per cent (1 1-2 per cent) on the par
value of each share of preferred
stock of this company for tho quar
ter ending June 30, 1920, has been
declared payable on or before July
15th, 1020, to preferred stockhold-.
ers of record at close of business
June 30, 1920.
KENTUCKY UTILITIES CO.
(7C-2t) A. A. Tuttle, Secretary.
Read the Classified ads.
A man will listen to a conserva
tion, without interrupting you, but,
. it's different with a woman.
If self opinion was a beautifler
some girls wouldn't have to resort
, to cosmetics to make them notice
Dear EditorCan you. tell me
""where Bevo park is? Enir Reader.
'Answer Yes, it's pear, beer.
r Dear Editor What kind of' boolf
lo you think I should take,' with mo
4on my vacation? Answer Pocket-vbook;
Men's and Boys' Clothing
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V. Life had become very hard for
..(Mrs, Slopton through tho thriftless
.liabtts. of her husband. They, had. to
(t move to a tiny, two-room house, and
tho poor woman' oven had to go out
to work. But slio dudn't fret; &he
wasn't that kind. She always put
tt bold face on things.'
. , "You must fepl prftty ,mis6rabld
in this' poky' plaeo,' of to? 'the bonuses
you'ro used to," said a neighbor
DR. H. M. WRIGHT
If ours 9 to 12 : 1 to. 5.
Phones, ofllco 247. Res. 249
k Highest Marp Price Paid
, This is the first general sale we have conducted since 1914 and we
" are offering values that will make it worth your while to investi-
gate Reductions that mean something when you stop to consider
the fact that we have operated on a small margin of profit for some
time, and you are getting merchandise at considerably less than
regular prices during this sale.
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