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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 4 1 r itlt I ft It LI 11 TAItE I AYf f- c ITY TIMESVii I e 50 Cents a Year in Advance We ire hteto help Clap he Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher j VOL XIV CLAY CITY KYIfMIURSDAY SEPTEMBER U J909 NO 36 I SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION Powell County Sunday School Association annual convention to 1e held at Stanton College Sep tember 11 and 12 945 Devotional Rev II A Irvin 10 How to Organize and Maintain 1 A Beginners mass or De partanont 2 A Primary Olass or De- partmentt k A Junior Class or Depart mont Rov R A McOonagha 1100 Conference Round Table on the Work of Elementary Grades Led by County Supt of Elementary Grades assisted by State Worker 1200 Noon Intermission AFTERNOON SESSION Conference of Advanced Grades 145 Devotional Eld A Ells ter 2 00 The Work of the Advanced Grades Supt of Adult Work Presiding 1 The Intermediate Depart ment and its Work 2 The Senior Department and its Work 8 The Adult Department and its Work 4 Class Organization State Worker 815 The Teacher and the 1extor Teachers Part in the Bible SchoolProf Wm H Announcements offerings etc A Intermission i l I WIi J 051nevotional qjr N Id J Turpin 1000 The Y M O Aand the Sunday School Prof R A McOonaglm 1020 The Pastor and time Sun day SchoolRev Robt N Bush 1040 Investments and Divi dends in Sunday School Work Eld J T Turpin 1100 The Primary Department Miss Kate Reed 1115 The Teacher and the S b tiAMAMAMM SylvillHussell 1180 The Value of Sunday School Literature Editor W Trimble Mt Sterling Ky 1445 What the Association may mean to the Individual SchoolAM Burgher 1200 Noon Intermission AFTERNOON SESSION 115 Song Prayer and Praise Service 180 Missionary Agencies in Sunday School Work HousetoHouse Visita tion and Home Depart ment Supt of Visitation The Organized Adult Bi ble Class State Worker I R A and Missions in the Sunday School Supt of Organization 280 Our Children for Ohrist Ira Profit 250 Evangelistic Methods in the Sunday School State Worker 810 Report of Committees 845 Unfinished Business 400 Adjournment We are in receipt of the pro gram for the Commercial Con vention of Central Kentucky Commercial Club to be held in Lexington September 10 and 17 Speakers of national fame will address the convention besides the coterie of local speakers Bv all means the Clay City Commer cial Club should be represented Found Dead Bed Elyin Birch aged 25 Avafirfound dead in bed atthe- y n litn lade Tuesday morning lIewae subject formerly to epileptic fits but had had none for one year It is supposed he died from hard fit He leaves wife mar ried Aug 20th LOSTGoldheaded HatPin with initials lt1t engraved Vaughns Mill Saturday Sept 4th Liberal reward for return me Vaughns Mill Mrs Morgan Mckinney vvvvvvvrwZ wvNwrvvm SHIMFESSELS I The Old Reliable Placei For Everything You Need in General Merchandise fJGoods Delivered to All Parts of the City q Country Produce Bought and Sold A Liberal Share of Your Patronage I Solicited I SHIMFESSEL t cc y i t J- t V J C 4- Y 4 I i r M 1 51 B 1 2 8 B in t a a M tbereon- LOBtbetweenClayCityand to at V I CLAY C1TY- KENTUCKY 1 A JIr41- t I Z O e7t r tIi1J J WLLSOIJ- R 000D ROADS GbvVJ is In favor of good rdgds l laequently favors the the constitutional amends He has issued the followiri dress to the people of Kentu t To the peoof Kentucky At the request the Kentucky Good Road ociation and be cause I feel tI deepest interest in the good rtiftds movement and I thhik it is n4 duty as Governor to help add ask everybody else to help the movement I in vite all of oulrmeople to come to the meeting u der the auspices of the Kentuc y Good Roads Association to bit held at the Ken tucky State groUI1dsIhurst day Septeni r earnestly hop i that everybody who is interested inthe good roods question and can attend will attend and take an earnest and active inte dst in the move ment and ajl fiscal courts con mercial organizations cities counties and tbVnsare requested to appoint delegates to this meet- Ing for the purpose of organizing the various in the inter est of the movement in order to bring out the full strength to vote for the constitutional amendment at the November election The Cpniiiiissioner of Agricul ture M 0 Rankin has offered a- prizee of ootJI How to Finance Complete and Maintain Q+umd do j1 toy yThe 71iItg Gqod Roads Aufeidment The good roads we have in Kentucky are the best possible argument for the good roads that we have not Ifa man travels over a good road and has to come back over a bad road it hurts him every turn of the wheels It is true1 it takes money to build good roads but you more than get your money back If a man has good laud and no fences it takes money to build the fen ces but he gets his money back because the fences protect the farm and make it worth as much more as the fences cost It costs money to build ia suitable barn for a farmer who knows what he needs but he gets his money hack in the use of the barn it costs money to build a suitable house to live in but he gets his money back in the use of the house So when at takes money to build a good road to a farm which is worth only 40 an acre on a bad road the farm becomes worth 00 to 80 an acre as soon as the good road reaches it so he gets his money back in his land gOingupinvaluland if he does- not sell his land gets back- more than the interest on his money in the decreased expense of getting wlntheraises to mar ket over the good road instead of over the bad road Nobody can allyenjoy self respect who 1Iv on a bad road any longer than Htj can help A bad road makesit hard for him to have his pleasure in living hard to attend church and school and got back hbine again hard to lmaq his crops 4to the place where they are to be sold or shipped hard forhis friends to come to see ImoJfOlhlm to go r Iki II i 00ot i x Ii ttoo f to see them Ho wont travel it any more than he can help No one will and it puts all his life on a lower scale than it would be if he lived on a good road I do not write for hermits but for hu man beings who believe that they were made for living in communities and for neighbors and friends The good roads movement is not a lottery nor a speculation but there is no lottery in which there is such certainty of draw ing a capital prize and no specu lation where the profit is half as great There is no way to lose on a good road that is properly placed In some States they mav build more good roads than it is necessary but there is not any danger of this in Kentucky at at present There are some parts of the Strte in which good roads could not be built without some State help There is no movement for the State to pay the whole expense of any road Many States have good roads laws and give State help but usually it is not more than a fifth of the cost the balance being contributed by the locality and the roads are built under the super vision of a State engineer with the requirement that they shall be according to State specifica tions which always provide for every substantial properlygrad ed and durable roads and the lo cation is made on a public basis instead of for private interests 1 Jlint 4ltoatlieaplacas wamich thO road is to pass through the pop ulation to be served grades bridges etc Such good road laws have proved a very great blessing to every State which has adopted them they have con stantly gained in public favor the total amount appropriated in anyone year is cut according to the cloth and not all can be serv ed at once and there is always a waiting list of communities that need and wish help in building good roads And it is greatly to the inter est of counties that already have good roads to vote for the amend ment for the State to help coun ties whioh have not Every good road adds to the number of CUR tomers the ability of each to buy and the amount of travel in the State Evsry good road helps to build up the whole State and a reasonable expenditure by rea sonable assistance from the State each year for twenty years would cover the State with a net work of good roads which would double the value of all the property in this this State quad ruple its business and do a great deal to better the condition of everybody in the Statein every part of it Many children exile themselves from the farm and the home be cause the bad roads between the home and places they wish to visit makes it seem almost a pris on If the matter were placed clearly before the minds of every voter in Kentucky the vote in favor of the new movement wold be 100 to 1 I hope it will be ample and sufficient to adopt the amendment I hope that ev erybody will give this matter se rious thought and consider his own situation and the situation in every part of the State and will take an earnest active part in carrying the amendment mod that aUiW lWiJdl1V ilkGODlt toilltJ good roads meeting at the fair whether delegates or not gather all the thought and zeal available for the amendment and for good roadsA- UGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky The person who works with his brains doubles the earnings of his hands e M HI BIG BARGAINS IN MILLINERY 1 I I 5 Hats SOc andup Every Hat at a Big Reduction Hats made and Trimmed to Order by h MWNBhrrs y the PRACTICAL MILLINER located in Central Hotel Sample Room r r L 1r iIP w w y 1 t t I a 1k ley- t IIt 0 4tiI 0 4 A THE TIMES H PUBLISHED EVEHV THURSDAY h J B ISurgher Publisher Sntscriptiob Rates 50 Cents per year in al vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 9 1009 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 C Cincinnati Enquirer lK11 Louisville Commercial 75 IC Home and Farm 75 Territories Not Admitted Are these territories admitted Did the republican party mean it Was it not done to get the votes of men who knew these territories had a right to be states Was it not a case of stealing your votes And men who will steal your votes will steal your money or your liber ties The reason those territp ries were not admitted is because the railroads and other corpora tions did not want it donefor then the people would have some power to rule themselves while as it is they are ruled and robbed easier than the people in adjoin ing states where they have some state rights Congress being composed of corrupt men can be handled easily for they are not dependent on the citizens of ter ionigress is composed of corporation owners and serve only them where they dare Btittwliodo you think about sucha flagrant violation of platform pledge Ask your republican neighbors about it Make them see the real chacacter of the men they sup port The people have been skillfully diverted by a blind play about tariff which no one can toll whether it made any change or not and these pledges about vital matters have all been lost sight of Not 4fce re publican in a hundred read the platform and not one in the hun dred that did read it has readit since the election to see how it has been carried out Push it under their noses Get a copy of it and show the deluded where they are Exchange A OnetanJoy Charles F Aked Rockefellers pastor wants everyone to unite to make the old home happy by rejoicing in his riches Suppose he means too that everybody should unite to make the rest of the people happy by rejoicing in their poverty raseThere is one thing about this last panic that ought to be a lei son to thqpanci makers itdidnt hurt the farmers to any extent The first thing he did was to call in his loans which were with the banks Then he reconstructed his expense account on the econ omy side was pretty independ cut so far aj funds were concern ed and demanded a good price for the products of the farm The moral of this story is Dont tackle the farmer when he is loaded and he proposes to be loaded from now on A good farmer can and does pro duce enough food in a single year to keep his family for ten years Assuming that the things aside from food cost as much labor he ought to live in comfort five years for one years labor Can he do it Who gets the balance of his prod ucts Will the farmers who vote the Republican ticket never get wise to the way we all the common people are being robbed Most of the County Road Surveyors are pretty busy just now putting their roads in proper con dition for the winter season Too late in the season to heve the best effect but better late than not at all Roads worked this late will not get properly packed down by the time freezes and rains come then they turn to thud Dr John L Brown of Shelby county is in the city He has decided to locate here and will move his family in our midst in a short time Dr Brown comes to us recommended a sober and Christian man and to all such we exend a hearty welcome The f utrbitSteriilaet week ssee to been the Greatest sucpess of any of the fairs held so far in this part of the State Mt Sterling never does anything by halves and is to day the best town of its size for business in the Stjite Mrs S M Haniman has re turned from Danville Ltd where she has been for some time with her daughter Mrs Nannie Weaver Mrs Susan Wills of Ladoga Ky a daughter of Mrs Hamman accompanied tho old lady G W Dunaway of Vaughns Mill will have a public sale of his personal property Thursday Sept 10 and move to Missouri Our best wishes follow George See our line of Cook Stoves and flanges We can sell them cheap er than peddlers or mailorder hous es and besides you can see just what you are buying and know where to find us should anything be unsatisfactory with the stove or range Ilardwick Co- Stanton Ky + H+ H++ +Ho Jo + fo + + + HJo + + + r 10 0+++ itHt1++ + 1 + + to Ho x ++++ ++ ++ ++JIt + t I STANTON COLLEGE Libut a good College Common Branches High School t Studies Collegiate Work Elocution Oratory Music Book 1 itkeeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers 1cset+ 1fi expense Write for Prospedus for 19091910 tt r t tljot+ + MI it + r ++ + +HX XM +3 + Jo+++ +to K + + iH++++ ++ JFfv++ rHiHooHo + 4 r e i 0j l e ti There are sevehtlcasesofty phoid fever at tantpnvNvitii two deaths to date the being the tweJvryearoia BOD of Mr and Mrs WntHardWick The typhus gbrmshas boon traced to one certain contaminated well At the citycouuethrneoting Friday night James Bloom was granted salOonhlceiiBe Hetwiil open up for buiesssoon as he can complete Ij JIbusiness house now under erectIon on cornqr opposite the dpjt SorgliUm martilig has begun through trio coiifpry The crop is a good one a Married Mr Charlie ttr4dand Miss Al ta Fox both of 0lark county were married at the home of the brides fatherFT Fox yester day The groomfys a nephew of P D Todd of his county Mr John ASWnllace one of Irvines leadingtinerchants anti Miss Bettlo Alexander of near Irvine wore married Sept 1st Mr Walluce haehnany relatiyes and friends in Powell who ex tend congratulations Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contal Mcrcury as mercury will eUrely destroy these so of smell de range the whole system when entering it through + he mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they willdo is ten fold to the good you caApossibly derive from them HaMs Catarrh Cure manufactured byyF J Cheney A Co Tolodo 0contains no mercury and is takeklllternanynct ins directly upon the blood mucous surfacess he system i4Ii buytng HallaCr rCro pecsura- you get thegenuiii Itis taltejV internally andmndESin Toledo Oi hiojby F J Cheney Co Tes tiraoniula free ja Sold Price 75c if1Tuke i11s for con stipation I We have a that will close oulegardlelis of cost Will sell at ing prices forcush lySI700 suits forSl1UOrst1WO suits for 8J 00 812 60 euiw fr 88 00 If you can use any oftnem you can not afford to miss thft dpportunity Hardwjclc Co- Stanton Ky r w SEEDSFflRIJlblepur GiMrinUed to Pleas- eEnpeerdmer5hd Planter superior merit ot Our Northern Grown 841- SPECiaL 6FFCR FOR 10 CENTS ire will tend postpaid 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mouth Ohio is visiting her un cle Mr Ed Wilson and family See our line oft Walk Over Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the t new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick fc Co- Stanton Elder A Easter is spending a few days on Millers Greek Es l till county combining busines and pleasure Assessor James W Wooler inns begun his annual assessment He says he is finding more dog than heretofore Wo are selling all Summer Good at cost now Act wise and get you share of these bargains Hardwick Co- Stanton I ti Labor Day Monday was ob t served by the bank and Postoflice i The city school adjoured at noon 3i pto eone liaif day Wo acknowledge receipt of money order from Mrs Sara r Rose Oynthiana Ky renewin her subscription to the Times- During the balance of the sensor we will give you in interesting reo duction in price on anything in our millinery line It will pay you to get our prices Hardwick CO Stanton Ky i1 P Tracy has had a severe attack of acute indigestion this week At one time ho was re- portede to be dying but later ral lied Dr Martin does not con sider his condition serious Go With a Rush The demand for that wonderfu Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New LifePll1sill astounding say they never saw the like Its bcciusi they never fail to cure Sour Stom ash Constipation indigestion Bil iousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c For sale by all druggists W J Mountz is hard at work among his many friends working up a big excursion from Torrent to High Bridge September 20 1009 Train makes all stops be tween Torrent and Lexington I Tickets on sale at all post office 150 round trip A Hurry up tall Juick Mr Druggist Quick A box of Buqklens Arnica Salve Heres a quarter For the love ol Muses hurry Babys bui nod him self terribly Johnnie cut his with the axe Mamies scalded IfQot cant walk from piles Billii I has boilsand my corns ache She 1 got it and soon cured all the fami I yIs the greatest healer on earth- Soldbyall druggists O c a ta 4 V t At- rt t N The Standard Spoke Compari started lip Mondav giving cm plovment to several men Quiti Ii lot of raw material is on tlu ground and it looks now like they will get lo run steady all fall and winter The Road to Success has many obstructions but none sc desperate ns health Success today demands health but Electric Bitters is the geratest health builder the world has over known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tories and invigorates the whole system Vig orous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak run down 01 sickly Only 50c Guaran teed by all druggist- sNooo I Guess Not If a newsgatherer should meet 50 persons eagh day and should put the inquiry Any News 49 out of 50 would reply after a vigorous scratching of the head Nooo I guess not when at the same time he might know of a number of interesting happen ings that would help to make the paper just what every one wishes it to be a paper full of news of the community So if the item of news which you expected to see in print is not there it is your own faultyou failed to in form us of the fact Night on Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curinc him with Dr Kings New Discovery that hod cured hImself of asthm This wonder ful medicinesoon relieved and quick ly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of a severe lung trou ble Millions believe ifr ietbe greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are sure cured by it Best for Hay Fe ver Grip and Whooping Cough 50c and 100 Trial Bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists u tWEMDDLBUY HIUESMDFURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal YellowKoct etc We are Dealers and can do hetterforyou- than agents or commuuon merchants- Rcfercncc any Dank in Louisville Write for weekly rice list andship ping tagsWe fmish wool bags free M SABEL SONS 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stlpatlonr V rheumatism blood disorders Take a tablet once In a while just for healths hake 8 I I BLISS INATIVE Is an oldtlmo remedy of roots IntoII I I 01 monrv beck ijBt te Kwniilnc n yelow o lea only made by BLISS in i fVuhinston D C e +ayal a SOLO DY W G PATRICK KIAinROLL KY NO MORE HEADACHE i SALLADESNerveAlga Gold and Silver Headache Powders- A positive and permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia Is compounded by one of the best chem- Ists in the United States has no morphine or dangerous opiate in its composition and will cure the most violent headache caused by biliousness or nervousness in ten minutes if used as directed It leaves the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can be taken by an infant and leaves no after affects A few of the many testimonials we have received Mrs Dell Arevill Madison Wise writes Your Nerve Alga Headache Powders env cured me Sick Headache I Itlrely Wm FUroore Albany N Y writes I Nothing like your Nerve Alga Headache Powder have cured or Periodical Head aches Would not be without them Mr W 11 Pearl Waseca Minn writes AlgaHeadache druggistsWrite 001FondCIuL1tc s Emectrmc B tters i j fagsIAPupremoremedy I r rr fltffiMNDSTOitllCr1 Iit is etoldCYt S n c The Critical Public The man wlirfjiots njifrry about what a newsprtpfir prints oMiini self should return thanks tt dozen times each day for wh it a news paper knows of him and does not say Any fool can find things to print in a newspaper but it tal es a wise newspaper to find things to keep out Allof which is very true roo marks an exchange It is goner ally supposed that newspapers print everything they can find out that is anywhere near fit to print but that is a mistaken idea The average Country newspaper refrains from publishing many things that might pass as news because it would reflect on the character or reputation of some individual and indirectly on his family and the town Ajid this reminds us and wo presume other newspapers have noticed It that if anything hap pens to get into the paper that does not please some subsciber and we have known of suchcases whore the offended person how not and never had been a sub scriherit does not take long for the person to lot the editor know all about it On the other lunxl ofIsame person and threw briquets prom it cously at others yet not once in a hundred times will the compli ment be noticed or the editor This goes to show what people take too much as a matter of course A newspaper is expect ed tospoak weB of everybody boom the town and do a lot of hard work for tile good of the cause for it costs nothing to run a newspaper sot riinimv seem to think It is fortunate that most ptiblihsers are fi riterHcl fiZ1 tt hltitiiTlilcli withoufhtpe or reward on jjiirth content if they see good accom pushed thrnnrhtlleir efforts A bar to Citizenship On June 15 IDOl a iucUinrvwnii s renduied by ihu Supremo Court o Illinois denying oitifcpn hlp to saloon keeper in Illinois becaiMu lit kept Illssaloon OJJHM on Sunday contrary to the Criminal Code of that State The effect of the de cision is in substance that a mnn cannot be n good lawabidlng citi zen when ho is knowingly wilfully and habitually viuluting the law of us State Association to Meet i The Boons Creek Baptist As s iciatiou will convene with tho YIBaptist church of this county be long to this association Mrs Win C Martin and clnl riren visited her fntJPr1 W jConlee near Mt Sterling last Mitgomij For any kind of Bumimir wear for women men girls or boys ape our lines Can interest you in quid ty prices nod iitynrtinQiU- lIiirdw5Qk S Co StantpnvI ISee our Sine ofIQIIII pnftHty Shrlys sari Oxfords for VVemon In the new sliadf end ilil te- Ilttrdwik i Co 5tintQn KyI Misses Mattie anti HatlieNe tOIl of Lexington ryisrf Qdfheir aunt Mrs Dnrett i Vllito last PeekVV i TiliHrty ilramr jiai ffirMere and Jityt in all the iu w xlnipe ari fhi lts Hardwlck t II Mtuntoh L n 119 L itf SPOUTS SfRlNQ r u aJ ntidlaliii s 1liIig out hero n1diiT10VrtO Illinois at onceV A liOw house wi a1iotly lio e reefed for ha Stiletit Baptist churcjMMoses blbn u hoe begun the erectlbraoHa newXstook learn on his farm Mrs Be11Burghdraniifamily- visited relat lves at Winchester all of Just viIRobert and Nelson Puckett f Cialuays Greek spent Suntlh with relutjyesuettr hererWo trust our sub cr rs all woh tre in arrear U can and Settle what thor owe The pestal laws unresorvedlyrequlro 1f subserip lions must bepaid in advance and at least canto ho ruaiied after one years dclinqu nay We dislike to discontinue Yfd leper to any sub HOiiber who WijHti it uteri we also dislike to disoljly the lass which puts us In a place that cnn be- n easily reinedilfl by all paying up Please do this 1 Farm per Free Wo have coutructed for one hun dred yearly subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist and will give free to ull our lg for thu TimestlIbscribcrllpiyi The thu best Innn papurs for tliiafeeetton ru renew with us lrermiuni frer K We Wan The Orphans The HighliiiwOrphrtns IKnneat Clay City IS rdij for the orphan girls in the mol ijtilinH It PH lurge three stun brio house beuutjfully situatedac QJo it Jt owned Wlalhiuneuranitpphrtedit whiTf Ornlittnlyirls between the ages of five and ilfrtees will hr re cewed if eligible VVo hope to take the boys ht Before they are sent Wo wnrti to know the name age hettltlf hAfntiter etc neitherflutner or + v a whao have any such l hugrento write to Dr Kilwiml 0 Wilrnore Kv Abu will tlmhkall ministers lldcounty ullicertn give informa tine us to any Rudfrphildren The IT Imo willclothe Uucate tndCllrt for these cbildrwfiffor 1lfs snko who loves them Ihre js not n green homo in KtnttwkiWrillj lit once tc Dr Edwar PIHllerrrtl1t NViltmre Ky It will pay yoMto loop nt our likeof Mens and Youths Clouting before Jnl yjnir pur cliiiFO llS hrintml Jcl Co 1 rPhntnernpbypnriteruyary rllU GIIAPIIy COI1y Uttutlfiil iHctuiurntnta n thecenteua pMuo J3fllltl qllestlonl an mhlavetI 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get relief fe Oarclui is a safe natural for women i f prepared scientifically from vegetable inIM grcdiciits It acts easily on the female organs and a U gives strength and tone to whole system j Jas The Womans Tonic writesCardl1iIwas token with female and consulted doctor but to no avail so I took Cardui and inside of three was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try It AT ALL DRUG I aY OF L E TIME gUilt BouJd On 0 o V 2 lOiia 3511 1 u 5 111 No I 70SI3 SeOS IU2 tl tlV92 inir1115 11 jn Statina LNxingtnn WiitohpIttr 0 TdId unction Indinif iFi l nIoIIYII aniptop Jnnctlnn Natnnil 11rid1e Torrent Beutt tunciion J Tneksnn Mildew Drug Stains Ink money and box Manufacturer the days No cD- ally Ex nun A u QbS01i elOttlia SH9S 74874i 7 90 7117f10 Folding GoGart ThompsonsFolding RapidFolding 7- I l GOUTrI U S A a I I J nn P II 1107rf 07- a 12jl42O 114i7 851841W J 2 O N n 6G SIndayOu IA M t9 0n2SM H Si2Sjo 5157t4 7 11 700 Tho Following CONNECTIONS are iiinde UxcHptSiiidHV L E Junction Nns 1 and 51 will connect with tb CItO HallIWRy for Mt Sterling Ky Campton Junction 1 1 j 8 and 4 will connect with the Mntnin Central IA way fir passengers to and from Qamptrn Kv- I3eattvvilln Junction Mar 2 will with the LtL A hail WIn for Henttvville Ky 0 fr K Junction 7sro li uml 4 will with the O 1C Hnil wav for annul Oil Kv and way tationp IAL THE RAPID combines comfort durability and appear anco at the lowest possible price ent with Mothers motto Nothing too good for tho baby convenient durable and economical No Daily U- oiU 20 tyre lUU19u1 20 1- 38t2 Daily No connect mnnect quality I the baby The best onemotfon Collapsible Cart made If dealer doetfnpt I i handle these two articles write us direct for price and circulars I- MISHAWAKAI FOLDIHQ CARRIAQECO Mlshawaka Ind j s f A I 1 it ll- l