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Window and Door Equipments-
T. A. HENDRICKS, Sales Agent,
The Higgin All-Metal Weather Strips for Windows and Doors
are a real economy because they reduce the fuel bill, keep out
the dust, spot and rain.
They stop absolutely the air currents coming around the sash
and make the roommore comfortable... They are durable and a
permanent addition to the window.
Estimates WPJ1 be cheerfully furnished without charge and with
out obligation to buy.
Better let up Strip your house and make it more comfortable
next winter and at same time cut down that fuel bill.
We have furnished screens for hundreds of satisfied Bourbon
families. We refer you to the following families in Paris, who
have used our AK-Metal Weather Strips and are pleased: Wood
ford Spears, W. W. Mitchell, W. R. Blakemore, A. J. Winters.
Thos McDonald, Geo. W. Wilder, Ed. Tucker, R. C: Talbott and
others too numerous to mention.
264 RAND AVENUE.
INEW LIVERY STABLE!
New Carriages, Buggies, Runabouts
Etc. Special Attention Given to
Weddings, Funerals, Parties,
Horses Boarded By
Hauling of Every Description Done.
ness a Specialty.
Our stables on Eighth Street will continue under the
management of Mr. Walter Martin and the Main Street
place will be run by Mr. Ernest Martin.
Stables Eigth St., MainSt.
L. 6c N. TIME-TABLE
34 Atlanta, Ga Daily 5:21am
234 Lexington, Ky., Daily , 518 am
29 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunda.y .7.7 ,7 -35' am
7 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday ;. 738am
10 Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday I .7 7.45 am
40 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7 42 am
37 Cincinnati, O., Daily 7.V 938 am
3 Maysville, Ky.; Daily Except Sunday , . . .22.214.171.124 10 : 20 am
12 Lexington, Ky., Daily 10:15am
33 Cincinnati, O., Daily.., 10:24am
26 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7.. 7. 12:00 m
25 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday . 3:iq pm
9 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday ; 315 pm
138 Lexington, Ky., Daily '. .... 3:33pm
38 Knoxville, Tenn., Daily 4 3:30 pm
5 Maysville, Ky., Daily 5:35pm
39. Cincinnati, O., Daily Except Sunday .....; ,.' 550 pm
8 Lexington, Ky., Daily 6:18pm
32 Jacksonville, Fla., .Daily 6:23 pm
31 Cincinnati, O., Daily 10:50 pm
34 Cincinnati, O., Daily,- 5:28 am
4 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday '. 5:35 am
7 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 7:47 am
40 Cincinnati, O., Daily Except Sunday 7:50am
10 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday , 7: 50 am
29 Lexington, Ky., Daily 9:43am
37 Knoxville, Tenn., Daily 9:45 am
33 Jacksonwille, Fla., Daily ': 10:29am
1C3 Lexington, Ky., Daily 10:27am
6 Maysville, Ky., Daily , 12:05 pm
-6 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday .- 12:04 am
13 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 3:33 pm
8 Cincinnati, O., Daily 3:40 pitt
9 Rowland, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 5:56 pm
39 Lexington, Ky., Daily Except Sunday. . . . . .' .- 5 : 58 pm
32 Cincinnati, O., Daily .' 6:28 pm
o8 Maysville, Ky., Daily Except Sunday : v. 6:25 pm
30 Cynthiana, Ky., Daily Except Sunday 640 pm
CI Lexington. Ky., Daily 10:55pm
131 Atlanta, Ga., Daily 10:57pm
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2 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Su nday ....;.. 7:40 an
4 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Su nday 5:50 pn
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1 Frankkfort, Ky., Daily Except Su nday 8:30 an.
3 Frankfort, Ky., Daily Except Su nday... 6:25 pn,
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OCT. 19, 1913
Mare For Sale, ,
Nbn-jesident bwuer will sell per
fectly gentle family, driving jriare.
hetnut, by agJuirrel'-first danv,
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Young -Lady. Who Had Bujjticastlei
in the Air Somewhat Rudely
Brought Down to Earth.
Friends of a Worcester young wom
an are forcing her to cubmit to consid
arable good-natured joking about her
acquaintance with a youth whom she
described as '-'the' most interesting
man she ever met." The girl was in
troduced to him at a recent social
gathering and before they had talked
together long he had xher attentively
listening to an account of his travels
throughout the country, and his ex
periences in manydifferent cities. He
also alluded to his college life, and
before they parted the girl had the
idea that Bh'e had become acquainted
with the son of a, millionaire,. or some
She talked freely about him to her
acquaintances, although not mention
ing him by name. One day while with
a young woman friend, she parsed him
on the street, and was surprised to
3ee him bo.w to her companion.
"Do you know him?" asked the girl,
very much surprised.
"Sure," the other replied. "He used
to be our paper boy. He is now trying
for a job on the police force."
The girl was surprised into admit
ting that he was "the interesting man,"
and what followed indicated it would
be many days before she heard the
last of it. Worcester Post.
FOR ELIMINATION OF SMOKE
Firing Must Be Systematic and Prop
erly Done If Best Results Are
to Be Attained.
Smoke is caused by failure to burn
he combustible gases that arise 'when
'Euel is exposed to the flame. The edi
tor of Power describes these gases as
'a complex mixture of various hydro
carbons, from some of which carbon
separates on cooling in the form of
lampblack; or soot. The smokier fuels
also give off tarry vapors, which con
dense and help to gather the carbon
particles into flakes or 'smuts.'
"For the burning of these gases as
they are evolved from the coal, three
Donditions must exist: Air must be
supplied above the fuel bed, the
temperature must be high enough to
insure ignition, and there must be
time or space for combustion before
the mixing currents of gas and air are
cooled by flowing into or among the
tubes of the boiler."
Firing coal in large quanties pro
duces so much gas that neither air
supply nor combustion space is great
enough for its burning. Therefore coal
should be put on in small quantities at.
Leaning Tower of Pisa.
This celebrated bell-tower is situ
ated in the city of Pisa, Italy, and was
built during the twelfth century by
the German architect, William of Inns
pruck. It is cylindrical H shape, 50
feet in diameter, 172 feet high, and
leans about fourteen feet out of the
perpendicular. It is entirely of white
marble, and consists of seven stories,
divided by rows of columns. The top,
which is surmounted by a flat roof and
an open gallery, commanding a splen
did view of the surrounding country
is reached by 300 steps. The tower
was not originally intended to lean
but the foundation settled more on one
side than on the other until it reached
the present inclination, which it has
maintained with scarcely any percep
tible Increase for hundreds of years.
The upper part of the structure was
built in a manner to counteract in
part the inclination; and the grand
chime of bells, seven in number, of
which the largest alone weighs 12,000
pounds, is mounted with reference to
counteract this fault still further.
George A. Birmingham (Canon Han
nay), the versatile Irish clergyman,
playwright and novelist, was talking
to a New York reporter about the
American business man.
"I'll tell you a story," he said,
"which hits off the American business
"A wife, still young, turned from the
window of her sumptuous nineteenth
story apartment and said to her hus
band: " 'George, ten years ago you prom
ised me that when you madea million
you'd retire from business, and then
we'd trayel and enjpy life.'
"Here she began to cry.
' " 'You've got your million now!' she
sobbed. 'Why do you still keep on
"George, as he hurried into his over
" 'Ah, that's just like you never sat
isfied!" Unhappy Bachelors.
' The Moors in Morocco maintain
that a married man is blessed in this
life and goes to Paradise after death,
whereas a grown-up man who dies a
bachelor does not find the. road to
Paradise, but will rise again with the
PO-DCX-LAX BANISHES PIMPLES.
Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches,
Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Constipa
tion. . etc., come from Indigestion.
Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and ab
solutely sure Laxative, and you won't
suffer from a deranged Stomach or
othr troubles. It will tone, up the
"Liver and purify .the blood. .Use it.
regui&ny anar ypn win siay, weu,
nayeiciear coiaplexion and- steady
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Let Us Show You
Little Cost. Our Stoves Must Prove To Be What We "' 0
Say, or Your, Money Back. -
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GET THE LEADER
FOR THE BATH ROOM.
and it must do the, "work
to .you. v
A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co.
Main Street. CHAS. GREEN, Manager. Opp. Court House.
"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, followed
by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried ev
erything that was recommended to
me for this complaint but nothing did
me much good until about four
months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tab
lets advertised and procured a bottle
of them from our drpggist. I soon
realized that I had gotten the right
thing for they helped me at once.
Since taking two bottles of. them I
can eat heartily without any bad
effects." Sold by all dealers.
About this time of year Mother
swears that she'll be darned if she'll
wear, that winter hat she wore last
year. But Father never takes a hint.'
and Mother will rib the ribbon off the
old hat and take tha bow off the front
and but it on the back and bend the
frame into another shape and bluff all
the neighbors that it is a new bonnet!
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED.
The first application of Sloan's Lin
iment goes right to the painful part
it penetrates without rubbing it
stops the Rheumatic Pains around
the joints and gives relief and com
fort. Don't suffer! Get a bottle to
day! It is a family medicine for all
pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore
throat, neuralgia and chest pains.
Prevents infection. Mr. Chas. H.
Wentworth, California, writes: It
did wonders for my Rheufatism, pain
is gone as soon as I apply it. I rec
ommend it to my friends as the best
Liniment I ever used." Guaranteed.
25c at your Druggist.
Luke is going to sudy Anatomy. A
Boston woman was shot in the din
ing room and a Pittsburg woman
was stabbed in the back yard.
If-you are ever troubled with aches
pains or soreness of the muscles1, you
will appreciate the ood qualities of
Chamberlain's Liniment. IMany suf
ferers from, rheumatism and sciatica
have used it with the best results.
It is especially valuable for lumbago
and lame back. For'sale by all deal
You can't always tell. , A man may
not wear long whiskers because he
thinks they make., him look handsome.
Maybe his wife buys his neckties.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC CHOL
ERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
"I advised the 'boys1 when they en
listed for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy, wltn them, and have
received thanks for, tha advice giv
en," writes J. H. HoughlandEidon,
Iowa? HNo" person, whether tratlinr
.. at- ' , J, t" filT . -V . . .. - "m ' "V ' I
OF GAS AND GOAL
How You Can Heat the Home With 'Btit
The New Process
Leads Them All.
We are also offering a great reduction in prices
and many are taking advantage of these prices while
they have a chance.
Ask to see the No. 79 for the family room. That
is the one.
Others $3.00 Up to $30.00.
or .your money will be, returned
No Advance in Prices
Feld's Shoe Store; f
Having placed our Shoe Or
ders with the various factories
for our fall and winter Shoes
early last spring, we are now
offering neW arrivals at old
old prices. Remember Feld's
is the store for Quality, style
and comfort. Try us now if
you haven't before.
Feld's Shoe Store.
STOP THAT FIRST FALL COUGH.
Check your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to se
rious lung trouble, weaken your vital
ity and develop a chronic lung ail
ment. Get a bottle -of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
to-day; it is pure and
harmless use it freely for that fall
cough or cold. If the Baby or Chil
dren are sick give it to them, it will
relieve them quickly and permanent
ly. It sooths the irritated throat,
lungs and air passages.' Loosens
Phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies the
system against colds. It surely pre
vents cold germs from getting a hold.
Guaranteed. Only 25c at your Drug
'Every time a ivoman reads one of
her husband's old love letters she
wonders where Ananias ever got a.
right to pose as a Real Liar.
You may have noticed"" that the
man who has a horseshoe nailed over
the door o fhis house is usually a
fellow who has to wTork hard and
never has a dime of his own.
FlayerPiaao For Sale.
If ryou wish; a: real bargain, for .par-
Five shares of v the capital stock
of the Deposit ami Peoples' Bk.
(18-3t) JOHN J. WILLIAMS. r
Pony Saddle and Blanket -:fbcv
pony cart. Inquire at News office W
FOR SALE. ;
One 3-horse-power gas or; gasottna
engine, wiu sell cheap. Apply to "-
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