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I iI l t i I Ii r4 p 0 I iiA S I g y ji i1ttj k ri1 t d I A i TH Ir JvL f l f r 2 A 11 t ddO 11 t t it rIinIt I droratIII C A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITSOWN PEOPLE 1J J f r 1 VOLUME XVIII MT STERLING KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1908 NUMBER FROYAUBAKING POWDER Why these grapes Because from the healthful grape comes the chief ingre dient of Royal Baking Powder Royal I Grape Cream of Tartar 1ir 1 Alumphosphate powders are made with harsh mineral acids and must be avoided ir WHERE THERES DRINK THERES DANGER Miss Frances E Willard recommends every young person to learn and speak rr these verses JJWriteit on the workhouse gate L Write it on tile schoolboys slate Write it on the copybook That the young may often look lWhere theres drink theres danger II Write it on the churchyard mound Where the rumslain dead are found Write it on the gallows high Write for all the passersby I Where theres drink theres danger II Write it on the nations laws Blotting out the license Write it on each ballot clauseII So iif can be readaright I Where theres drink theres danger Write it on our ships that sail Borne along by storm and gale Write it large in letters plain Over every laud and main Where theres drink theres danger vr Write it over every gate On the church hud walls of state In the heart of every band On the laws of every land Where theres drink theres danger Etly Is Given Another Trial John B Etly who WflS tried in the Jefferson Criminal Court on the charge of wife murder und s who was sentenced to life impris onment has been granted a new trial by the Court of Appeals which reversed the lower court The case was reversed because the lower court refused to allow 1 Etly to introduce witness with the purpose of showing that someone else may have killed Mrs Etly The court says the testimony shows a strong probability that someone else may have committed the mur der The evidence in question referr ed particularly to Fames Holt who was arrested as a suspect in r the case Cant look well cut well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body Keep tie blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply fake exercise keep clean and you will have long life 215 Gets Verdict for 5000 Brown MeMHIen a fireman on I the Knoxville branch of the Louis ville and Nashville railroad who lost a leg last February in an ned dent near Corbjn obtained a ver diet in the Hardin Circuit Court for 5000 damages against tho railroad company t John IX Armstrong Co bro I kers of Pittsburg have nmde an assignment n t It uI W What Goosebone Shows A disciple of the late Prof Elms A Ilartx of goosebone fame has made a reading of the goosebone for the following winter and solemnly makes the following predictionThe winter will begin De cember 1 lf and from that dute until February J the weather will be cold and stormy From February I1 to 15 the weather will be mildwhen storms will set in and last untilspring Two very heavy snows are pre dicted such as will tie up railroad traffic the thermometer will re main below zero for several days at a time and there will be an enormous ice crop First Dose Cures Hugues Bros Muir Ky says Our hogs were sick with cholera and we lost six head the day we bejjiui using Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This remedy immediately checked the disease and we did not have another hog to die after giving them the first dose W S Lloyd The perpetuation of our insti IeligiollslundI Lincoln Georgetown Collcqe Closed It has been decided to close Georgetown College until after the holidays on account of the pre vailing epidemic of typhoid feverl and the accompanying alarm of parents occasioned thereby There has been much anxiety over the situation us a result of typhoid fever and while it was not believed there is any real danger so fur as the college students arc concerned it was deemed wise to close the college for the holidays at once The farmers of this country are making the music the world marches by today It is a good stirring tune tooELVT- o the Use of Liquors One thousand three hundred prisoners in the Ohio State peni tentiarv upon being told by the warden of the large number of Ohio counties which hud gone dry cheered enthusiastically T he 1300 prisoners out of the 1550 which is the total number of pris oners confined there owe their in carceration directly to the useof liquors It is easy to understand why they cheered t Thousands of cattle on the range in Colorado lire repoTted Ito be starving t c b ThreeDay Holiday I The suggestion that the wage earner be granted a threetiny va r cation at Christmas owing to the fact Christinas fulls on Friday this i ycar deserves commendation and encouragement and is worthy of emulation From the mere fact alone that the day after Christmas jis very dull is incentive enough to permit the idea being curried out Be sides some of the boys 01 girls might want to tuket trip to the country to see the old folks and perhaps make them happy lby their sudden advent into theirt midst nndns quite n number of the clerks would Jiave to work late Thursdayjnight they could leave next morning and spend Fri day Saturday and Sunday at home with their loved ones and come back refreshed Monday morning T HI am not bound to win but I am bound to be true Illun not bound to succeed but IIinn bound to live up to what I liavcAhiru ham Lincoln Suit filed To Break Pool Suit was filed at Paducah Wed nesday evening by members of the PlantersjProtective Association of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia for a receiver for the association and an accounting and that offi eelS and agents and employes sued be compelled to surrender all sums of money or tobacco which thov may hue belonging to the association together with all sums which may have been wrongfully diverted from the treasury of said association with the knowledge or consent of such officers The main purpose of the suit seems to be to prevent enforce ment of the 1908 pledges on the ground that the association has failed in its original purpose DontI use harsh physics The reaction weakens tile bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Kegulets They operate easily tone the stomach curl constipa tion 215t Ohio Returns The vote was the largest in tile history of the State the total beng I 1 UH525oJudgeJ Tufts majority over all other candidates was 2V 072 Four years ago Mr Roosevelt carried Ohio bmore than 200000 Jfudge Tafts vote this year is 27 7HJJ less than the Hoosevelt vote in 1004 Mr Bryan polled I15S Ion votes more than Parker I Deficit for fiscal Year S1I2t 000000 Government receipts from customs internal revenue und other SOlllCCS for the month of NovemI ber I1008 total were 48002090 I as against 45529325 for Novem ber last year I The expenditures for the month aggregated 579118 Utt as against 42862208 for November 11907 an increase of lo 000000 Tak ing the last seven months as a basis of calculation the deficit for the present fiscal year will proba bly be M 12000000 tarm for Sale A goo L farm of i50 acres two miles tVf Noytn Middletown bounded on aputlrby Mt Sterling and North AKrfdlelown turnpike 011 north by NorUi Middlctown and Prescott pie U has a tenantL ihouse and mini JonU acres tobac to Pos SSlOlI irivon Mnvpli I 1009 Aijply to Mrs Ann Arnold folH Arnold 1 IGtf Mt Sterling Ky The business section of Beck yule Tex was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 200000 H fPrL N 7 Lawrcnccbiirg Means Biisincr- Lawrenccburg people are Iin ear liest about jprocuring better trans portation facilities Members of the Lawrenccburjr Commercial coujrctiol1tith atqll1lkrOloti are bringing pressure to bear on tilt Blue Grass Traction authori ties lJ Meetings have been held in public 1 and in private IlndII hieon centrated meeting ofull parti s concerned is to take place at Frankfort and ollicials of the in tcrurban system will be invited to Ibe present The fuel that electric trolley iroads Iimprove whole communities tthroughwhich they pass has been demonstrated The Ibuilding of the electric iroads in the Blue Grass section I has demonstrated theitlIltwi to the small towns as wellns co the larger ones All tire satisfied will them and nilwllntI more The Nicholasvillo line is to L be com pleted from Lexington by JJuly 1 IAllI the grading has been lone aw the contracts for tie and rail lay ing will be let within next thirty lays Specifications on this work have already been turned over to contractors The road to Ltichmond is to be urged this year and may be startcc in the early spring The proposec road to Winchester may receive suflieient impetus to guarantee a beginning by the first of J uland other proposed extensions will fol lowLexingtonGaettelie done by educated minds Education enables one to use all of his powers most advantageously College bredillCfl revealI potentialities which others do not develop The Christian college affords tilt most wholesome atmosphere for the svmmetrical development of the student The personal touch of the Christian professor the as sociation with a select student body and the formation of life friendships under the most fnvorabi conditionsi are advantages offered almost exclusively by the college under Christian management Only Lost One OrorgetonKyI hon Poultry Cure wih my tilt kcs this year and it cured them I only lost one Dont think I would have lost it if I had used this medicine sooner For sale hy V S Lloyd lets Lighter Sentence Charles Johnson who wes Iplaced inI the penitentiaryi I to serve a term of ten years had alreadyI served nine months of a ninety nineyearI sentence to the pcniten till IV for the same offense I before he was given a new trial by the inert of Appeals which resulted this time in his receiving the lighter penalty Sheriff IB S Stamper and Deputy Sheriff J1 M11 UlIiedlinthey taken Johnson toI begin the term of ton years Twelve little irirls acted as ju rors in the Juvenile Court of Kansas City in the case of a boy TIllpoI girls had to decide whether he should go to a reformatory or he given a whipping They decided in favor of the whipping Take a picture of the old hon e with nil its people und pets In after years you 01 your children will prixe it above money value IDavis r dlil f i j i of Bank and Locust j j Home Phone 37 E K 24 I 1 WWW tCc7 C l Q i I I TizeLatest- I n Ladies wishingto secure tine j1 Latest in i Fancy Dress Goods will call at our store We have a large choice se lection of Hosiery Novelties Notions Table Linens Etc I SEE OUR V- v v CARPETSin V H1ZELRIGG S0N Education Helps Success is not to be estimated in terms of material value solely While the well educated stand u much better chance to acquire wealth the larger value of an edu cation is not to be discovered n the capacity for commercial lead ership DI Charles Thwing say It will open to him fields of re flection and meditation fresh und inviting which would otherwise seem brown and barren It will aid him in finding himself least alone when alone A Boston fish merchant who was formerly a fisherman having become wealthy retired from business but found his leisure no pleasure To occupy his mind he Ireturned to work fori wages H MyI child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep Mrs Nancy Ml1 Hanson Hamburg N Y 215 OBannon Wins I The Court of Appeals reversed the Owen Cirriit Court in the case of Owen OBannon against the Commonwealth OTiannon was indicted und lined iiMI IIi for violation of the act legal- izingI i the pooling of tobacco OBannon pooled his crop with 1the Owen County Binley Tobacco bo ciety shipped it to Cincinnati for storage under his contract with the society and it was there sold by OBannon The court in reversing says there must have been a sale of the to bacco by OBannon within this State to be convicted under the statute When you do not know what to do stop andvuit till you do n NO REASON fOR IL When Mt Sterling Citizens Sbuyr the Certain Way OuL There can be no just nton wKyf I I any reader of this will continatsc Sen suffer the tortures of an aSaxtv back the annoyance of urhjKft disorders the dangers ofditibt of any kidneyills when rdiefj near at hand and the most ixgVa proof given that they can beeimtfi I says Head what a Mt Sterling vtiKn I I j JtIi I V Locust St Mt Sterling Kvv says II strained my back ia king t some heavy lifting uboiri tszsr I years ago and from that time u until T procured Deans rGofj Pills at F C Duelsons drug i1tnrw II was iin a miserable condition O- II account Fa lameness in my ibticSc scarcely bend over or re IIIIcould erect position and 1 k tone whole seasons worktn ac count of this disease SOMU Sntssr my hack ached so severely jts tcs be almost unbearable I used dif ferent remedies but did m l 4iisE relief until a friend finally rMtwi mended Doans Kidney PiIlsc me By the time 1 had taken iia contents of three 01 four boosts S was a well man and 1 have nt4 SH3I the least sin of trouble wiilj iay I back or kidneys sinctontHI 3ud3 to give my testimonial in f UDtvSfV I such a reliable remedy as 5HHiiv Kilney Pills I I For snit by till dealers riua iifiO cents FosterMi I burn OBullak New York sole agents SW the United States- Hemember the name Powfas and take 110 other tilSS Lincolns advice to his neighfwrix lut Springfield was Give tiut b1jPsrr and girlsi a bettor mInce I Ball Band Rubbers First Quality New Goods This seasons purchases can be bought at our store at the RIGHT PRICES WE WILL NOT DECEIVE YOU We can show you who bought the BA IlL BAND KCIB BKHS in Mt Sterling this year We handle no Culls If you want First Quality Rubbers call on us THE J H BRINNER SHOE CO r 1 h C = x A s i IxtQ1 C1 7A c 9 MT STERLING ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1tUsrLI rjIJ F 0 y Advocate PttMishinR Conpm Xatorod In the IostoMco lit Mt Stcrllnj as so ond class mull matter TKUMS OF sUUaCllirTION- BOltSOKUTlOX 100- t not paid within Six Mouths 1 50 KpCash must accompany order No an ounccment Inserted intll paid for DEMOCRATIC TICKET Poi Circuit hiilfjo- A W YOlXlt of Itownn County Km ninmoinvcrtltli Attorney W II WIIITK of Muiiliromurv Coun- tyANNOUNCEMENTS u u FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce K j IHTNT as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Bucct to the action of the Democratic pay FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK Vtre authorized to announce Joni K KING as a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Clerk of the Montgomery Couty Court FOR JAILER Ve are authorized to announce W R TllTON as a candidate for Jailer of Montgomery Couty subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce- R r1l F HJNKV as a candidate for Jailer of Montgomery County subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FUR ASSESSOR We ire authorized to announce KANDAII S STOKIKV as candidate for Assessor of Montgom cry County subject to the action of the Democratic party We Ire authorized to announce KARI U QiMsuxniKKV of Stepstonc neighborhood as a candi dait for Assessor subject to the action of hit Democratic party Wt are authorized to announce WM CKAVHNS as 1 candidate for Assessor of Montgom cry County subject to the action of the i partyiFOR SUPERINTENDENT OH SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce t Ian M1 J COOmVlN as a candidate for reelection as Superin tendent of Schools of Montgomery Coun ty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR MAGISTRATE Vc arc authorized to announce w n coroNKi IIKNRV of the Aarons Run precinct as a candi datt for Magistrate in the Side View A rajas Run district subject to the action of tlu Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wt are authorized to announce C C GOSH of Maria Menefee countyas a candii date for the Democratic nomination of Representative in the district conix ud o tlu comities of Monefee and Mont rery We an authorized to fUUJOUUllce CM AS F Rixco of R ibwell Mentfee county as r candi date fur Representative fruits the counties of Moittg uierj and Menefee itibject to tot ictiou of the Democratic party d A Frmik fort dispatch of Monday say t dipt Win rLyons theI only Democrat on the square with one exception who holds ollico i adutinistruition tied this morning Copt Lyons was custodian of public buildings Booe who was recently sidetracked for stealing andwho will be sent to the penitentiary was retained for his efficiency and supposed honesty I D 1 u On December 19th the voters of JeiVersonvilie precinct will show that they are advocates of pence and good will the protection lof life and property and the moral uplift of the people by forbidding the stile of whiskey When will the clock stop A Louisville dispatch says that prominent Kentucky Republicans are urging Gov Willson to call a special session of the Legislature to redistrict the State into Legisla tire Senatorial Appellate and Congressional districts as the present division is unfair unequal and unconstitutional 0 Be lii the crowd when the clock stops I c c GOSE lIe is n young Iman well known and likedof composing manner and pleasing mien He has made a host of friends which makes him a fornidable candidate in the race for Representative Me is a first class business man of no little ex perience ill general merchandising undliS a traveling salesman and hits leon closely associated with business men With his shrewd ness and intelligence he would make a good Representative since he is a well posted young nuts upI on proposed State legislation He would immediately command the respect fill consideration of mem bers among whom he would be thrown We commend him to the voters of the District The Agitator Frcnchburg When will the clock stop Whiskey was sold at Jcfferson vi He Montgomery county on the Loans DAY two Wren Woodard and Phelps of Mencfec were there whiskey was bought one at least became drunk a dilHculty arose when they returned to Phelps home Phelps shot his brotherin law null thinking him killed com mitted suicide in the presence of the prostrate man Woodard died in a few weeks from blood poison resulting from the shot Who is responsible for this Eachof THKM will bear his own burden but we will not say that the com munity is guiltless The bloodof these men cricth out for vengeance The open saloon is chargeable with this crime Let the votes of that precinct remember this on December 1 mhI Who will be the next victim Callat Greenwades and get your goods for Xmas dinner J22 lciin designs for receptions at Rtn os 222t New nuts of all kinds at Vanars dells The hair has the largest and cheapest assortment of toys in town Telephone Franchise Sold The new telephone franchise ad v IUsed for sale by the City Council was sold by Mayor C W Har IIis Saturday at public outcry and was bought by the Old Kentucky Telephone tis Telegraph Co for SlOOfc cash Under the terms of this franchise the purchaser is required to install what is known as a Full Metallic System within eighteen months To do this the present plant will Mare to he rebuilt at mitt expense of approximately 1 15000 Wliiii completed Mt Sterling will have out of till best 11111IImost modern telephone plants in the State New Stock at Wises Oysters celery and cranberries at Vanarsdells For choice box candies fruits and nuts call on lingo JJ2t Forl your Xmas goods call at Grccnwados JLJt Be in tile crowd when the clock stops J No 2185 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NIT STERLING NATIONAL BANK At Mt Sterling In the State of Ken tick nt the close of business November 87 1IKW KKSOIMICKS- Lounsland Discounts 31n 5SI1 82- Ovcrdrftftsseenicd and unsecured 21112 2 U 8 Howl to secure circulation 60001 00 U S Honds on Hand 00 00 Hanking liouscfiirnltiiHJ and llxture 8000 00 Duo from National Hanks not reserve agent 2t 01 nile Ova State Hanks and Hankers 4Hi 17 Duo from appiovcd J CIruIlHclll 427811 Sit1 Checks and other cnsl items ODD Oil Note of other National Hanks 1400 uu fractional paper currency nickel and cent 110 lit Lawful Money Ileservu In liank viz Specie u IS727 1- 1lcgalellllel I notes 200000 2072710- Ucclempllmi fund with I S Treasury f per cent of cit culIttun 8500 00 Total I225IU 42 lIAHIUTIKS- Capital stock paid in s 30000 00 Surplus Fund 113000 f 0 Undivided profile leas expenses and taxis paid 10S84 2i National Hank notes outstanding M 00o 00 Duo to other National HIIIKS Ii9 lit Dim to Stale hank and IHankers 77S t7 Individual dei + its subJect to check ii4imj Sl- CertiiKd clavksI oo no CaeliIvi checks ouUtundlng 7W w- ItecrvtHl for taxes Total JI22JUI 42 3TATKOF 1KKNTfOKV IIIN COlSTVilK MUNTGUJIEUV J q I W S Lloydl President of the above named bank Ito solemnly swear that tho above tlntu nicnt Is true to the best of my knowledge and bullet W3 IIOYD 1iejiiieut- Subscribed numb sworn to before me this the 7th day of December 100W II STlW SIS In Xoiary 1ubllc Mv commission cxpiivs laiuiary IU 1112- COIIKKCT Attest H V COCKU1CLI OUAS II UIUIIHS Director J J TKIMHIK NO 6I6O REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TH- EMontgomery National BankA- T MT SlKKUNU In the State of Kentucky at the doe of busil ness November 27 IPt 8 UKSOLUCKS- Ioana and discount u iuioi M Overdrafts s ccnred and unsecured 10411 40- U S Honds to secure circulation 80000 00 IT S Hond to scenic e S deintslts 50000 00 Premiums on V S Honds 2H i Oo- Uoiulc1 1 securities etc 25000 CO Hanking lionsufuralturu and tlxturci 0500 01 hue from National Hanks loot re serve iiKcnts 5711 jlJ Due from State Hanks and Huukura 02ii is Due troth approved ix erve agents 7J3 III Check and other cash Items nV Oi Notes of other National Hanks 420 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 15 40 Lawful money reserve in Hank viz tft wie IMttO IS Legal tender notes 4000 oo IMKi I13 Redemption fund with U A Treas urer 3 percent of circulation 3500 00 Total 8SSsOS 0- UAHIUTIKS Capital sulk paid In o000 00 Surplus fund lOWX 00 Undivided profits less expenses sad taxes paid 01111 l1I National Hank totes outstanding 50000 in- lC to oilier National blanks 111190 SO Individual deposits subject to chuck J030Kt 7 Cerlillcd Cheeks 81 oo United States debits iiOwo C Ui acct ve I fur traces 4litt C7 Total 8vVOS 04 SVATIOK KKNTVCKV j wqCOII j I John Gi Whin President of the above mused bank do solemnly swear that the above knowledgesadJOHN G WINV President Snbicribed mill sworn to before me limbs mud ilay of December 1W W I KILLPATRICK Notary 1iiblic My commUilon expires Feb 20 1jiy- COIIHKCTAtUiti HCGATKWO01 i C lvOIUHAMI f Dlicctore- PIKItCK WIN ti Be In the crowd when the clock stops Dont miss the fun at the Coun try Storo December 18 and w U 1 D U Bnxar Flowers ribbons and beautiful pictures nfda charm to our delic ious candy in boxes for Xmas presents y2Jt Hingo A IIt1titlIIISsoltlllellt of Em broidered 1 lose just the thing for a nice Christmas gilt at i223i The Novelty Store A gift from my place is a life time investment Call and give lilt a look liJIJt Robinson the jeweler Handkerchief boxes glove box es jcweljjoxcs toilet sets at The Fair s18 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1248 Punch tic Graves Money to Loan on irnuorcdleulestate 20tf H Clay McKee h o ca raim i1 CORRESPONDEN e 1r1 1vA1r4w fI STOOPS EIJ Fassctt mid family visited in Bourbon Sunday Chas D IHighland will soon op erate a grist mill at Judy Mrs Sarah A Tnulof near Carlisle isled hell last week Grover Sears and wife returned Dec 1st from a visit on Illinois Mrs tufted Mooro who Jias been very ill is rapidly recover ing Miss Ethel Flailof Salt Lick this week visits Mrs Jr L Greg oiT John C Trimble bought 75bbls of cure front Mrs Cynthia Mart at 300Mrs Thomas Caudill of Stan ton is visiting her father E A Troves Squire John Trimble has rented the Joel Fesler farm Possession March 1st- Wheat looks line Grass has been so good that only a few far mers feed their stock Miss Sarah Lee Foley who is attending Morehead No imlllI School visited her parents front Saturday till Monday Friday night Judy Camp Mod ern Woodmen of America hlldII class adoption Owing to disa greeable weather only a few candi dates appeared James Groves the little son of E A Groves was taken to StI JosephJ Hospital Lexington last week for an operation but up toI Monthly noon his condition re j mained too serious Tuesday night Dec 1st Judy Camp No 111857 iiIofA elected the following oflicers for 1000 Past Consul B M Goodatu ConsulJoseph I Crouc- hAdviserThos C McQuithy Banket Charles B Dale Clerk Dr H E flay Escort Walter II McQuithy Watchman Fenton Henlrtt t Sentry Thurman Young Physician Dr J1 J A Shirley Member Board of Directors Stanley Smathers Xou should see the handsome landmade copper goods at Robin sons jewelry story 223t I See L A Wises New StoreI Boys 400 Suits and Overcoats cut to 248 Punch Graves Youll find it at the Country Store December 18 and 1 nIU 1D C Bnxar Love finds expressionl in looksI words and presents We have presents for sale See our choic- econfectionery2222t lingo For the latest and most upto date Holiday Goods go to 228 The Novelty Store Box for Hindman School Anyone wishing to contributeto the Hindman School will please send articles to the home of Mrs B F Thomson as soon as possible Be In the crowd when the clock stops t TAB SitVrR Recd S Barton Quality Knives Forks Spoons Etc At REDUCEDPRICES H EII NTZJeweler apposlle t1 lhoenlx LEXINGTON KY i zY 1 r New Cider 350 a gallon Few Iijsfccl 2 halves for 50 r New Catsup pint bottle for 50 New Seeded Raisins iib pkg iac New Cleaned Currants i lb pkg roc New Leghorn Citron aSc a Ib g Hammer Soda package at 5c Gold Washing Powder large size 3JV pk l Coal Oil I for With Prices Never Given Before u n n 111 Lodge of Sorrow On Sunday afternoon at the Christian Church the Protective Order of Elks paid tribute to their lend in the usual or Lodge of Sorrow The honored dead tire Frank JJ Greene Ed Mitchell Jas K Sharp Geo W Baird Jno B McAlister Win Leveronc C W Tanner duo K Cooper The church was dec orated with evergreens and stream ers of purple and white the colors of the Lodge Mrs Chas a skill ed musician wits at the organ fudge A A Haeirigg Exulted Ruler presided The opening song by the Misses Wood Messrs Chas Haelrigg Gomil Senff and Henry Wood Rev H D Clark led in prayer Time Misses Wood then sang Thy Will Be Done Hon Win Rogers Clay of Lexington was the speaker Ho is an orator of marked ability modest fluent practical and con cise Me charmed his audience Wn regret that we can not repro duce his speech The Gods Light Is Shin ing was rendered by Henry Wood and lentil Senff Benedic tion by Rev H 1D Clark An endless array of medium priced articles suitable for gifts at Robinson jewelry store 223 d See L A Wises New Store Farmers Take your eggs to the Spot Cash Grocery tend get 35c per dozen in trade u h THE UPS AND DOWNS Of Lift Hear Dr Whartons famous Lec P M It is with great pleasure that I announce the coming oURev II M1 Wharton D D to Mt Ster ling Dr Wharton will deliver his b Ups and Downs of Life the Courthouse Tuesday Dec 15 at 745 oclock 1p m Wharton needs no introduc tion to the people of Ml Sterling HuH of the proceeds of the lec ture will go to lpay for repairs on the IHowards Mill Baptist church Admission 25c T Benton Hill o 4 When will the clock stop x a Your Dollars Vill Stretch i ilhi n way that will most ngrceably stir prise you when you buy yo- urGroceries fIf l from us This because we c3ubuJJcloser than anyone else hud conse jiiently can sell cheaper while the quality of our goods are alwaysbetter Luau other peoples best JT cf I New Sour Kraut the Best You 1 Ever Tasted 1 Benevolent beautifully Dr New Shelled Almonds le-aconsrand Walnuts Nabisco Wafers the Dainty J put up in holiday style FoodIIFresh Norfolk Oysters 300 a Next Saturday Only Arm roc Dust 0 loc a gallonN ti Watch Our Big Christmas AdISPOT CASH GROCERY CO Sil unnul1lmemOlinlsenice Kirkpatrick Goodnight closingsong Somewhere Tuest slll11l11II1I101lS leclt1lcuThe at I Respectfully Y ParI cel Post A gift from the Government of 15000000 business a year to the 0 express companies will no doubtIbe cheerfully tolerated by the ex press companies as long as the public will stand for it In retiring from the Postmaster Generalship John Wanaruaker re marked that there were four argu ments against a parcels postthe United States Express Co the American Express Co the Adans 1 Express Co und the Yells Fargo Express Co No additional arguments have been presented in the years that Thave followed but these four still hold good The announcement that this years deficit is the largest in the history of the postal service ought to stimulate some serious thought on this subject Lust years loss was about 10000000 Thisyear it is 1601027890 There are now in operation 30000 rural routes serving a pop ulation of about 18000000 per sons and should an average of 55 pounds of merchandise be carried by the rural carrier on each trip throughout the year it is estimat ed that 15000000 would be real lied This could be accomplished with little additional cost or labor to the rural carriers whose carts now go comparatively empty The farmer needs the service and the Post ffice Department needs the income Every Postmaster Generals re port in a dozen years has contain to ed an urgent plea for authority to 3 establish parcels service The records of Congress do not I 1 show why there has been no ac tion but common knowledge Ja makes it clear It is tho influence of tho express companies directed openly in time United States Senate by the Presi dent of ono company and in the House of Representatives by agents of all the others If Congress ever becomes really sincere in its war on monopoly it can begin effective work by destroying this one which not only t deprives the people of a long de t sired service but robs the Govern t ment of needed income The Cinri cinnati Post I Wo have that Xmas present U want to buy Come in and select it The Fair Michnels Stern Cos 20 suits and overcoats cut to SHAH I Punch Graves I New Stock at Wisest V fJ a 3ta7 n R s 4 M1 lJDl LlitG ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 I9u8 u ItSentIt OU- RSACRIFICE SEMIANNUAL SALECut Prices OFi t V I f C1othing Shoes Hats and6 FTRNIBElINGBWhich commenced Saturday November 21 is the successful of all conducted in this = = = f Ii t V 3 OUR TWO BIG STORES Si tv 4 1 if 7 crowded to full capacity all of ea- gerfJ I j buyers taking advantage of the extremely Low Prices we are mak r ing on Highgrade Merchandise We will continue the following Cut Prices For CashUntili I Further Notice r Mens Suits and Overcoats 3000 Suits and Overcoats cut to 2250 2750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 200- 0r 200 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1748 J I 2250 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1048 2000 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1448 i 1800 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1248I- SiOO Suits and Overcoats cut to 1000 1250 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 1000 Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 500 I Mens Shoes Stacy Axlams Co 000 Shoes cut to 150 Stacy Admits Co 500 Shoes cut to a 70- 2t18WalkOver 100 Shoes cut to r11alk Over +a3x50 Shoes cut to 274 King Quality 2550 Shoes cut to 274 Geo Eo Kicth 300 Shoes cut to 224- Whitcomb 250 Shoes cut to 181- Whitcomb 20U Shoes cut to 1 148 Mens Shirts It 275ICluett 200 Shirts cut to 1 la5 Cluett 150 Shirts cut to J15 Monarch 100 Shirts cut to 74 Princely 50c Shirts cut to lH M Suit Cases and Hand Bags 11250 Suit Case or IJag cut to 848 1000 Suit Case or Bag cut to 748 1r 850 Suit Case or Bag cut to 04819 i llx 750 Suit Case or 1Bag cut tw I l ft 600 Suit Case or Bog cut to 171 j i I 500 Suit Case or IJI11- iJN 400 Suit Case or Ban cut to 208 J550 Suit Case or Bag cut to 274 + J500 Suit Case 01 Bag cut to 224 I fi ott r 4 250 Suit Case or Bag cut to 174 S iii Ii I I 1000 Suits and cut to 748 800 Suits cut to HAS 750 Suits cut to 500 000 Suits cut to 475 500 Suits1 cut y J548 400 Suits cut to d + 248 v 11 1550 Suits cut to V c i 275 250 Suits curt to 1 1 75 200 Suits cut to 148 Elk 1150 Shoe cut to Elk 1000 Shoe cut to 718 1000 Shoe cut to 718 850 Shoe cut to 048 Cut 000 cut to 475 Cut 500 cut to ttsw Cut 100 cut to J21I High Cut J550 cut to 281 Cut 250 cut to 118 Cut 200 Shoes cut to I 148l All 1 150 Silk Sox cut to 1 1 1 Hi All 1 100 Silk Sox cut to 74 All JO Silk and Lisle cut to aH All 50 Lisle Sox cut to lS All 25 Lisle Sox cut to W- All 1 1 15 Sox cut to 8 A4 All 10 Sox cut to 05 All 1 100 Ties cut to Tics cut to 48c All 50 Ties cut to 8c All 25 Ties cut to Hc All 25c cut to llc All 25c Culls cut to lcI All l15c tilt to 5c n 500 IVnts cut to ils 100 Pants cut to 218 550 Pants cut to s i Pants cut to 224 250 Punts cut to 174 200 Pants cut to 1 IIH 150 Punts cut to 115 All Boys and Pants at Cut All 550 cut to Boys 800 cut to 224I All Boys 250 Shoes cut to 18I All Boys 200 cut to lAX All Boys 175 cut to l5All Boys 1 150 cut to 115 All Bus 1 125 cut to ls Silk 500 Suit cut to j All Plush tOO cut to 24s All Wool 500 Suit cut to 248 All 200 Suits cut to 148 All 200 Suits cut to 148 All 8100 Suits cut to j1 000 cut to S474 All 500 Seal cut to a 74 All 100 I Seal cut to 218 All 500 Wolf tit to 224I All 250 Wolf cut to 174 All 200 cut to Il5l All 150 cut to loo All 1 100 cut to 71 All 50 cut to s I J 5500 I hits cut to i48 1 100 IHats cut to 218 30D lintst cut to I 224 250 I hits cut to 1 174 200 huts cut to 14S 150 Huts cut to llfLOU Huts tutu Cups at Cut 15 oo Shoes cut to 425 Drew 400 cut to rf l C 400 cut to 524 IDrew 550 cut to I 850 cut to 280 Bros j50 cut to 281 I Bros 80U Shoos cut to 1 Bros 1 50 Shoes cut to I174 I 200 cut to 1 150 Shoes tutto 115 All 5o Sill hose cut to 8im Silk IHose cut to 224 All nyx 250 SilkI II OSrb cut to 1 I74 All 2oo Silk 1 lose cut to 1 118 r All J75 Silk lost cut to 124 I All 150 Silk Hose cut to All 100 Sill Hose cut to 74 a L All JII Little lHose cut to a 1 All 25 II use cut to lit All Jt0 Shoos cut to All 250 cut to 174 All 200 Shoes tit to It8 AH 150 Shoes cut to 115 All 125 Shoes cut to 1 All 100 Shoes cut All to 4 All 50 Shots ul to ji t Rubber Goods Except Prices Overalls Jackets Pricesi 4 I r f Cut Prices OnlyI Childrens Suits Overcoats to Mens High Cut Shoes and Boots Famous Witch 5808 Famous Witch Strong Garlield Strong Garlield Barker High Shoes Barker High Shoes Barker High Shoes Barker Shoes Barker High Shoes Barker High Mens Hosiery Cotton Cotton Mens Neckwear jI- cAll75 Collars and Cuffs Collars Collars Mens Odd Pants 274- J500 Childrens Prices Boys Shoes Boys Shops x75A- 11 Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Mens Uoyal Wrights Health Coopers liibbiul Heavy Fleeced Mens Gloves- All Bearskin Gloves Electric Gloves Electric Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves PunchIGravesNothing Only iI most Sales that have been city have been their with every day with Underwear- All Mens and Boys Hats tal-l Prices Ladies Shoes Laird Scholar Selbv Shoos 524- Svvalt Goodwin Shoes Solby Shops 28K- Swalt Goodwin Shoes Ziegler Shoos Ziegler 224- Zioglor lodman Shoos 48- Godman Ladies Hosiery Onyx x275- all Onyx Onyx Onyx Onyx 115IOnyx Onyx 3st tlAllOnyx Cashmore Misses and Childrens Shoes BIrShots 1ito74ilShlit All SnagProof Boots at Cut All 6 etc at Cut tt Charged at Prices h i I MT STERLINGI KENTUCKYtt f II I I S f lii t r its k lil r iuea r n s crz f T aetr+aez b IU I MT STMZLING ADVOCATE WAD h SDAI DECEMBER h 8r 1 J f ACT COUNTY Mil CITY fifFICIAL DIRECTORY fimgrtetnh Si XJJW LANGLKV lleMwulK wg State Scuator C ia ELTON Winchester Uciircsontativc p w UIAY Mt Sterling CI1t CIT COURT Circuit Coin Jiulgo its W YOUNG forehead H fi KMiwcaUh Attorney hUYYo SElL OIVIIIIII Master Comntptioncr JS JO AJLDl ML Starling Circuit Clerk fffJOlI BUST Mt Sterlinij C irnuilfttonei Jury Fraud fk U WIlSEIl Mt Stirling- Keceiver no W43IAY Mt stwHnir- VUUMs tt sstbitlrv tulll8l1ary Uj4 Kondijr It April S oltdrv In S6fltem CV CUUKT J t trL uwttl IEYLY COURT t 0 JCoaday Xt COURT hlf t laMn AprilI awl October oWfICrI qttltlt 1I8Atllateh1AJr tlc1c TIHHIIII t vJnoK Kin cMIdIo ct t1i It enffl Cliff Ptcw tI 1 J K lUchardwm ENepGaaa Walter Crooks tT Wilsontrt 6G Crd t1rw4eM1Jlildwln Iae iarGAMdornilckJ1 IJBO C KalinI Lvaa tr OUSTKjns nP TUB IBACK GChI r Tlnlnw1i ttictjW Henry ftf 4t4taietC IDianl- olin+K yGttrct Trimble 1rlfGll 1 It Tlioiuun atta Lrtot J C Trimble USr1sa s- vt1 taeet to IIf alitokilulu tirttroII Kludrrel- L7 Ii e+ liwrbt IIMOWUuldI I 4MCtI41 PIIJU I IVtKHlOIt 4 fWIC W Muralin MtkaDcdpe J II K tin per PSLy WI y W L llainillonI resrntre Clark Patter n kwCur Petite It K Mastiii t ei iw IIJ MuloiiM 1 tarrct nave Aitniii on H t i Ii x Co v iv z ra is1vA IHslluvmi tyart Henry King I Juk 1 M1 Wlllonisliby tTCrAlII1I II1 Win Accra t l 1i ta c Ilarrfon lillllllll1I 1OLICKMKN I r n w wm f IV TIme II h Till 1111 1W10W IS BEST TIME TO TAKE j oWflfs You how Te Overcome Rheii miSsra With Simple Recipe Which is Easily Mixed y well known mithority on IMicu 1 ttfrftives the following valu P though simple iind till llllhSS rttr11ttoll w In ch any one CU- llfClHs trei rc at homo i lid Extract Dandelion one jfevlfi lUne Compound Karjion JII onnce Compound Syrup Sar ff I irvHji three ounces li+ 1hshuking well in a lottle urjtl ujiko n tiMispoonful after each mt1Ftaullit bedtime 1 k iT ifes that the ingredients int lh obtained from any rood p1l wription pharmacy at small aa51L vtod licinji of ve ietalle ex SlrKvWn JMV harmless to take Lhijs llMisaut mixtureI if taken Jt 5iei rlv for a few days is said to nn rr mii utmost any case of Kheu 3trlttL1 The stain aundI swelling rhntllillles with each dose I jamJlJ rmaiKMit results are oh 4lribPi11nl without iinjuring the t tiMtt4 While tthere sire many IHoill ItheumalismI remedies 11Hltnt medicines etc some of rftirii rill give relief few really I v vu tHMiiianent iresults and the t 7r4agM llIio doubtI be greatly ii fuvriiitd by many snUerersl l I at thiJI tjnll In7 iry at the chug stores of Jfiivt rxMyhborhond elicits tlie in c nfuiiion that these drujrs are KnrmesK and can be bought sepii t wLtrIX1rf the druggists here will iwiv rite prescription for ourlread arsif askedJ to J05t y a Jit 7itution of tit defense the asilof CoL Duncan Cooper Hob a Cv per and John I Sharp r311lVJi with the murder of former senator E W Carmack in Nash 33ie IHH JJMJOM postponed until srnry I IWHEN MEN WORE SHAWLS Only Article Appropriated by Them from the Womans Wardrobe On very rare occasions you now sec iome old lady wearing a shawl bun generally speaking this once univer sal garment has become obsolete An Indian or a Persian shawl used to be considered one of the finest feminine possessions in the world and the were handed down from mother tc daughter as prized heirlooms But now If you gave a young woman ever a very elegant shawl costing possibly hundreds of dollars as many did she would turn up her beautiful nos at It and If she used it at all wouu make a portiere out of it for he cozy corner Sbe would never thiut of wearing It even if It were the only thing she had The trouble is that shawls are au- f style and it is easier to drive a camel through the eye of a needy than tv get a woman to wear anytblu that IIt out of fashion When worn unkind took to mannish tallormaiK and cl se fltting clothes they cat shawls aside and if they ever com into faor again it will only be fo one stason as a temporary whh lor they have an air about them tha- is too oldfashioned Those children that are say 40 years I old or more can probably remembi when ten men wore shawls instea of overcoats For about ten year they were considered just the tbini1 Thla was the decade beginning wits about 18CO President Lincoln wa very partial to his big Scotch sha which according to the vogue nt wore not folded diagonally In feu iiiine fashion but folded lengthwise This folded shawl was passed ove the shoulders and around the trait where it was either held by the hane or pinned by a huge shawl pin Tint case of the shawl is about the only one where the men have appropriate an article of wear from the ojii wardrobe though the Instances where the reverse has happened are legion 1 Even then the shawl was originally not a womans garment exclusivelyI for the Scotch Highlander has his talI tats plaid and the men of northern Lily still wear a cloak which Is very little more than a shawlThe Pathfinder Why He Called You advertised that you had found a pocketbook I believe he asked the man who had come to the door In an swer to his ring according to Judges Library I did You say It contained a sum of money Yes A very large sup of money in fact Yes And that the owner could have same by naming the sum found and doscrlblng the pocketbook Yes Go on That Is all I wished to aotc But you will have to give a description of the purse you lost before von can put In a claim 1 limit no purse You didnt No sir- Then why have you called 1 Merely to see what a man looks like who will find a very large aunt of money and then advertise the fact In the papers Instead of hiding it down ar Good day sir Too Many Big Names fie was tho new elevator boy and be brokers and bankers in the big skyscraper were not familiar with his Haut Charles called the first broker that entered the car tile seventh The now elevator boy stopped at the seventh floor Louis said another the fifth The car slowed up sit the fifth t door Albeit persisted another tin econdThe boy looked suspMous Sod I enly a tall clerk touched him on the irm and chirped Mopeph tho first this was too much rho now lad T Ihd around In dlsguxt Say are Ii lellowK irylnI to goy me IK- Mowled Or do yon ttt Ink this cat is a bunch of Roman history Huh osrph the lust eh First thing you will bo culling Richard thf third ant1 Ill go daft and holler Me kingdom for a horse Cut it out I Acquiring Philosophy A hmiHokoepur who had rather a- wIIIi stock of patience went Into hoi kit ehPa use day to direct the prepara don tar dinner She found George her Japanese cook poring over a book What am you rondlng she asked Schopenhauer George replied Ic you ihlnk you can understand such philosophy the mistress IInquired Yes honorable madam I understand It 1 apply 1t When you come to tell mo how to cook it is good to remem her what the white mutt says about1 women I read lucre then 1 not mind what you saylielltuian I Two Opinions- So 111sfI you stopped culling upon Pert said Gausslp She has rather I a pretty face but I consider her noses too long dont youIHuh snorted the rejected one I found her noes entirely too short and emphatic NecessityJI see you always wear a smillnx countenanceYes tho candidate a lit tie wearily I have to There is no 1tographer1 HAD QUIT WORK Ready to Give Dp in Despair Restored to Health by Vinol hI was sick rundown1 and finally had to srive up work Af tel trying n number of remedies anti several physicians I was just about ready to rive up in despair I saw Vinol advertised and decided to try it and it has done more good for me than till other means combined It has built me up anti restored my strength until I now feel twenty years younger and am able to attend to my work a- susul1l10b leavons 103G Lind street Wheeling W Va The reason Vinol is so success I ful in such cases is because it contains tonic iron andnil the strengthening bloodmaking and bodybuilding elements of cod liver oil but no oil Vinol is unexcelled as a strength Creator for old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness and is the best 1 known remedy for coughs colds i and bronchitis Ve return YOUl money if Vinol I fails to give satisfaction Wm S Lloyd Mt Sterling J J II Sharer commander of the Ohio department of the G A K died Wednesday at his home in A since For turkeys chickens oysters celery cranberries and cake ingre dients call on Roberts Hingo 19Ot The President and Mrs Roosevelt Wednesday celebrated the twentysecond anniversary of their marriage leech Marls 1 rialIWhen the trial of Beech Hargis for the killing of his father Judge Tames Hargis is called at Irvine December 16 both sides arc ex pectedI to answer ready Inforlutt tion from the attorneys stated that both sides would promptly answerIl ready Iud that the trial would be entered into unless there is change of program between now and the time set by the court Attorney A F Byrd who wa the backbone of the prosecution of Judge Tanks Hargis and his henchmen in all the noted feu cases since the Hargis troubles be gun in Brcathitt county will not prosecute the son whose fatal sho ended the career of the feud lead ter assisting Commonwealth Attor t Hey Kelly Kash When young Hargis was transferred from Jackson to Irvine sev eral days ago to be ready for trialI he was accompanied by his mother who has been devoted to him everi1 since his imprisonment and she will remain at Irvine to be withI her son until his trial It is suit1I she visits the jail daily where his e confined and that already lieu presence and devotion to her way ward boy is beginning to create sentiment in his favorI in Estill county from which the jury willII be drawn M Jives eczema itch or salt rheumII sets you crazy Cant beau the touchof your clothing Doansj Ointment cures time most obstinttt- cases Why suffer All drug gists sell it 215t West Virginias Vote The full ollicial returns from th November eletion have been com plete1 Tufts plurality is 20451 o m j fa jI cl yo n If I 7 I I1 e a J W JONES I I v j jE rrSEII tI nn- tt t t 9 0 so p1 0as l bdyss Th FURS An Up= to= date Stock of Furs u Wise buyers look up Fur purchasers early in the season They get the pick of the stock Natural Easter Mink Sets from 35 to 200 Dyed Mink Sets from 25 to 125 If you want Furs that you can depend upon Furs that look right Furs that will wear ri- ghtLowenthal has them and guarantees every piece or Coat that he SELLSII Our facilities for repairing remodeling and redyeing make it possible for us to transform your old furs into new ones at lowest prices M LowenthalWhol- esale and Retail Furrrier Fayette Phone 687Y 222 W Main Lexington Ky Hllt MUST ATTEMPT TO FIND OWNER Only Thing to Do When One Picks Up Lost PropertyI When one Is on the public thorough fare or In the street car or train or boat and picks up an object that Is histTrue he may fleetsomething which is too small and trifling to warrant searching to find the owner such as a handkerchief a pair of gloves etc 1tBut when he finds something of value ft is not his until he has done every thing in his power to find the owner The street railways and trains are 5so systematized today that CI wit n ji one finds an object of value to raas- S to the companys representative It itsdowner Every person intelligence knows that the first place to inquire tifor it is at the lost and found department tWhen however ones on the street and finds something which if he lost it himself he would very much like to have returned there are the col umns of a newspaper In which to ad crUse If he falls to find the owner after hisIown and have a If he avoids looking over the lost and found columns and fails to do his part toward finding the owner he is almost AS dishonest as IIf he took the goods NOT ALTOGETHER AN ACCIDENT Husbands Deep Scheme Revealed In Strictest Confidence One Harlem X Y matron was dis cussing with another Harlem matron the misfortune which she considered had befallen the husband of a third Harlem matron You see she said he went down to the steamer with a friend who was going abroad and became so Interest ed talking in the friends cabin that he never noticed the warning whistle oneboard However he sent a Marconi gram to his wife so she 1onldntwor ry I dare say hes been kicking him self about the ship ever since Perhapsand perhaps not re plied the second Harlem matron The cone fidence ten days ago that he intended to be carried oft to Europe accidental Ily because It was the only way he could go without taking his wife along But for heavens sake dont mention the matter my dear because he told my husband in the strictest confidence The Dog The dog Is mans most faithful friend A man may lie but a log wont a man may get drunk a man may slander his neighbor a man may embezzle and defraud a man may borrow money a man may steal money a man may go into politics a man may knife his best friend a man may run people down with an au tomobile a man may gamble himself to ruin a man may waste his sub stance In riotous living a man may go to heaven ibut a dog wont Can these things be truthfully spoken of other friends man has about him There is a strong affinity between man and the dog it must be the affinity of contrast Yet any tan will resent be ing called a dog Possibly the dog would resent being called a man if ho understood I do not know I only know that the maxim works but one way and if we would say Man Is the dogs most faithful friend there would be many a cavil saying that It was mighty rough on the dogSue cess Magazine SecondHand Buttons What becomes of all tho old but tons Is there a market for them There Is no accounting for plus need les or hooks and eyes but buttons arc far more expensive I know a young matron who has morn than 1000 buttons of all sizes and styles and ma tennis but she will never sow one on a childs garment I could never think of using a secondhand button she says putting her little foot down When she wants a button she to the shop for a card of new sendsI Give the old ones to Johnny and let him sell them site said to her hus band and the poor man has been trying for a month to find a purchaser for Johnnys stock i Village Income from Golf The village of Hrancaster England has made an arrangement with tho Royal West Norfolk Golf club under which It receives four per cent on the clubs gross Income with a guar antee of not less than c 50 In any year for Ithe use of the land which has been converted into links Each year the money Is distributed equally am nag householders of not less than 12 months residence This years dis tribution has just been made and the club paid over JSfiS 16 shillings an In crease of c8 12 shillings up last years contribution The amount sufficed to tie every householder in Brancaster live shillings and leave a balance in hand Testimony A mountaineer Intimated that he knew a great deal about a moonshiner on trial In a Kentucky court and thereby got free transportation to Louisville to testify for the state What can you tell us about this man asked the district attorney Waal ho answered swelling with importance I seen this feller riding along the road in the het of a hot day on a pacing roan nag and awavlng of a flag and ablowlng of a horn and I ax him if that war a Blue Grass horse or a Chltterllng breed and ho Said it I war llarueri Weekly I AT f = COUNTY COURT DAYS ry Following is a list of days Cowl ty Courts arc held in cclfnties near Alt Sterling Bath Owingsville Cd Monday Bourbon Paris lsfJ Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday JFleming Flemingsburg 4th j Monday tiHarrison Cynthinna 4th Mohli f2j day JllMadison Richmond 1st Hide= k dnyri i Montgomery Mt 8terling3rd 1 r MondayrfNicholas Carlisle 2ndMpndayi ti 4 fforkrk Ibullsf I I 31tf Mt SterlingKy Braid up the seed corn and hung it away to cure in the house attic Many leave it around lose in the granary Takes up more room anJ is far less businesslike Osteopathy 1t Dr 1111D StubbleHeldiw3reri Jy trrs t44to taou4t14 tWaTht r- hisoperi d- cttllrnflice tik Las tins residence on Ens High Street 1tt1daw11belleusF1 ltoD rscros irjnlrhjrrlccs UllowmrdRt XI Monday 930 to Zficfak Wednesday J30to Q oHihock Friday 030 to 12o lock ttioftttnaz1HSHltnt ot1ieefreePhan 4 J9Itf 2 3 1 Chesapeake Ohio Ry suhjecttoLimited for Louisville and the West 735 a HJ and 410 p ra daily Local for Lexington YRIPhiladelphia New York Richmond Old Point Comfort and Norfolk 1225 p m and 953 p m daily Local for Hinton W Va 918 a in week days Local for Rothwell 930 a in week days gtf I1 See the Home Steam Laundry Yes this is 15 Certainly we do all sorts of good Laundry Work in the shortest possible time and in the best approved methods To be sure the fancy work wM receive as much care v and attention as any other work done by us i Yes we will send right up l for your bunde Thank you certainly httjJ will have the Home Steam Pinisltt i I I Home Steam t Laundry Reduced lRates VIA ULTND FLIP WINTER TOUR I IST TICKETS TOI ALL RE SORTS IN THE sVLIINOW r t I RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31stII For full information writejj HC KING 1It 1 r j 1 1 7 1 P itl lte lMtllgl itt 1 t0 MT STERLING ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1 IUS ft I Ky Disc Grain f Drill r 1 Over 2jDOOOO iin Use3 3l3i perfect Drill eyer devised Affiance shows its sim f by1C1 HOWELLJi Ji 7 Subscribe for the MT STERLING ADVOCAT Only One Dollar a Year BULB II- t Bulbs Bulbst ii fine Asortmentr Ready now orjoutside plant ing or for pot culture for the winter window garden 9 Eraser umPhreusl I J oth Phones 88 and 61 Estimates Cheerfully Given 1tt2hT4 4el l W HECKS MANUFACTURING PLACh ON IICEAST HIGH STREET Repairing is done at this establishment on as short as hood workman lw IItime will charged permit will and i ber reasonable tires theII l iiIan put on neatly 1 ly and securely He al so builds the famous Set I tie Bros Break Cart j C W HECK j i SuccessorstoMcGillawayMauuis000o000o000oooooeoooooa rOCOD OOOUOoOOCl004000000UClt I IITHE FIFTHII I llInvites all Kentuckians to call when in j LavxavxxSrE I LOOOtUOOOOODDUHCOOOJ Stt George Hotel Winchester Ky None Better in the State For the Price i1IU nmplelaooms Special attention to trav cling men JorMina coiiiieutine with early titer MR L t N for Oliiclnnatl lure time to lircakfnHt here Court Day Dinners have unccliil attention R L WIBLE PROPRIETOR DrJNclson Jtnnkin IIOIIMJ phynlcinn Tommy said the teacher to a i siiial pupil who had got the short end of a listic encounter don t II know it is wrong to tight i 4YO JHdnt till I gut licked was enr ilicnnt reply I The Truth Evtry person in this city who is suf teeing horn Eczema Pimples Dand i ruffor any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid for J I f external uei All durggistsi selll ZEMO UV W S LLOYDfL rJL i Ttrcosts less to tike care than to frepaiiyv ffiW t- j i rff j 4 I BLOODED STOCK NOTES Cattle breeding of the past few years lots not been for size hut rather for quality The breeders beef standardof the present day is weight for early ngellot weight at any age The market standardI is not a big heavy bullock bit i line cuts On September JJ at Palmyra +I Iowa Silas Igo sold Aberdeen Angus cattle at unction at an average of 10725 for forty head A bull calf sold at 400 Two other bulls soldat 100 and 140 The female top price was 500 One of the September Short horn auctions was at ttalesburg 111 Fortyseven head averaged iI 15872 There were seven hull and the top price was StOO The highest priced female an agedl cow was 400 The purebred hog is responsi ble for the fact that a 500 poundI hog can be raised in nine or tenI months Every stockman who comes to town should devote a few hours to a visit to the stock yards During the busy hours is the right time when there are cattle of allI kinds on sale Look for the Short horns the here fords the Aber deenAngus cattle and see themI go to the scales topping the mar ket Look at the tops and thiefI look at the tailings Look at the hundreddollar steers and then1i look at the twentydollar steers oft the same age Look at the year ling steers weighing 1200 toy011 l J pounds Look at the two till and fouryearold stems weighing 900 to 1000 pounds Learn to distinguish fat from halffat cattle etc There is much to be learned1 at the stuck yards by a personalI visit The examinationi of Mine Stein heil suspected of complicity iin1 the murder of her usbandfin mother was continued Wednes day iin Paris Died On Train On December 1st Burnett Bry ant a brother of Wayne Bryant IlI merchant of Rogers Wolfe county died on the train at Clay CityI while being taken to the hospital I Lexington for treatment A member of the Childlcl Betterment League of Milwaukee has gltlcdout that if a tux of one mill were imposed on the prop erty holders of the Wisconsin me tropolis fifty playgrounds couldI be established ten recreation con tends be arranged lull thc school1l teachers of the city could receive substantial increase in salaries ee The farmer gets his crop out off ground his money out of the crop and his pleasure out of the money I To Raise Turkish Tobacco William J Loughridge presi dent of the Blue Grass Tobacco Company Lexington will endeavor next spring to raise a crop of Turkish tobacco The experi ment will be inadelpurcly to test Kentucky and if Successful much larger crop will be grown in the future Mr Loughridge will immedii ately consult a Now York firm using this tobacco with a view of obtaining thcirifassistauce This step is taken in accordance tvltllf negotiations recently opened by the New York linn through Governor WillsOn the New York people urging that Kentucky soil will produce the high grade Cur lash tobacco Beware of frequent Colds A succession of colds or a protracted cold is almost certain to end in chronic catarrh trout which few persons ever vholy recover Give every cold the attention it lc8myeSII I and you may avoid this disagreeable disease How canjyoujcu a cold 1 Why not try jChamberlains Cough Remedy It is highly recommended Mrs M White of IButlerI Inn says Several years ago I was bothered with my throat and lungs Some one told me of Chamberlains Cough Rent edy I begin to using it and it re lieved it at once Now my throe and lungs are soundjanda well t For sale lby It SIT White tis Co druggist 21 at Somehow or other we Shave a good den of respect for the nun who keeps the walls clear of- j SlOW whatever faults he may ltCt Farm for Sale I have for stile a farm of 83 acres on Plural Lick pile 4l miles front North Middletown Two story Croom residence abundant water good fence 50 acres ini grass small tobacco barn Cheapest 1 farm I know of Call on or write me at North Middletown Route No III 17 tf 71 W Douglas SGnthcI up all the worn out plows und other farm utensils about your place sell them for oldI iron and use the money tottar some tool that you need IThclc is a movement on foot among the clubwomen of the 1Ve to adopt measures to prevent the separation of children from their1 parents on account of poverty IIf a widow with a family of children dII 1 I of taking them away from her and paying their board in an institu tion or in a strange family hoards them with the mother and so the family together The Indiana Childrens Home Society has incorporated movc meat whereby assistance will be furnished to needy parents who 0tue honestly nail industriously at- C tempting to support their own1 children By timely financial aid1 it is believed that many parentsi will be able to again get on riot1r feet and at the same time keep di teat control over their children The United States and Germany have arranged for a postal rate o letters between tho two countries of 2 cents instead of the existing rule of 5 cents WANTED I WANTED I YOUR SCRAP IRON LIVE GEESU liENS ROOSTERS TURKEYS AND EGGS HIDES i FURS TALLOW BEESWAX FEATHERS AND GINSENG FOR WHICH I WILL PAY TilE HIGHEST CASH PRICE E T REIS lilf-I e0-f A Cleveland paper says that Plcsidlnt elect Taft huts offered thes1 Treasury to Representative Theo dote 1 Eo Burton fit Ohio hire burglars blew open the Siitc of the First National Hank at Pepperoll Mass and tulle their Cicape in an automobile with iI4 000 of the banks money IlrLhOle were twenty four now cases of Asiatic cholera and ten deaths from the disease during the twentyfour hours ended at noon Wednesday in St Petersburg t1 Ct HOODOOWASACTIVE I HAD NOT FOR A MOMENT LOST SIGHT OF SMITH Consequently Young Gentlemans Hopus of a Quiet Day In the House of His Aunt Were by No Means Realized j Something untoward always happened when Smiths aunt commanded his presence On the occasion of his last visit he recalled that the cook had 111IncontfnenUr1111 IfrltmedI the trouble with the water tank whent It had hurst during dinner and sent IIII miniature Niagara roaring down attic stairs And Smith was by way of being a nervous man and such things got on his nerves So that when he opened the usual j curt Invitation really a royal com i j i maud to spend the nigh weekend In the country with his rich aunt he 1 made a wry face and began to worry nut he knew that he must gothere I was no way out of Itthe aunt was I I rich and he was the heir apparent Sunday was a quiet day with someJJ of the neighbors In to dinner And even this usually funereal occasion was lightened by the preserve of nII chap who had just returned from a trip J to Korea and was willing to tall about It It was about two oclock the next morning Smith was dreaming of a perfect drive off the sixth tee when there came a knocking at his door HIsi aunt was without and would hold I verse with him conII He had congratulated himself he went to bed that on this visit noth I t ing unhappy was to happen Hut nsI he stumbled Into his perverse blanket robe he wondered what It might be and decided that the coop had returnedI to tho bottle So that he was not prepared for the seriousness of the problem Its burg I lars said his aunt with conviction I Dont you hear Mo listened theIrIl I that there was a that sounded amazingly us If some one was walking stealthily about In Ithe dining room They could even hear something like the discreet elicit of silver niufned as If from the depths of n concealing bag Against his desire not to become convinced he made sure liiat there was actually men In the house Wha- to doKnowing well that she had no firearms he asked bravely Hnvn youi got a gun Aunt Lavlim Yes thin was her name Mercy on us no sold she Hut Ive got a burglar alarm Its one of these protective things tint when you ring It a man comes From which we deduce that Aunt Lavlula was a bit Incoherent fromi frightIts on the wall there along the Itd1 and let go r Smith crept along the hall stalking the burglar alarm He found It an i pulled down the crank and let go IiStthe consciousness of having risen toi the occasion und done the right thing at the right moment he chatted with his aunt In whispers With an Idea of delivering her mind from those per sistent noises below he launched Into an account teeming with detail of ai yachting party of which he was once a member Then suddenly the doorbell rang The suspense was over now and he 5had been brave Surely there wouldj he an extra 10000 In tthe will for tint He could go blithely to time doorI sure that the burglars would not harm him now that they realized help was coming from outside With a sweep he threw the lot open expecting to see a squad burly men standing on tthe stop He hooked Into black darkness Out from the level of his knees he heard n voice say Say mister lId yotisu ring for a nHsLengerlhlJad- elphla Public Ledger Bishop Potters Pledge In the appreciation of HIshop Pot ter contributed to the Hoston Tran script by the Rev Dr Leighton Parks rector of St Bartholomews church knownnt tow that while still a young moan 1 Dr Potter was called upon to deal with a parishioner who had become furs Aerate in the course of the couvers- Iron the man remarked lint you also drink wine to which cone the quick response If you will promise noelI to touch Intoxicants again so will I The double pledge was given and never broken on either side and this at a time when Dr Puller was poll ed at by the comic newspapers as a wine lubber Seasonable And so this said the prisonsI looking about him Is the aweat box They told him his surmise was coI rectIf you gentlemen dont mind he tralllllferredl Ledger No Doubt of That My comic opera will contain no merry Villagers no Jolly tars t banditsWhat are you going to use an chorus I dunno But I cant go wrong Whatever I put In will be heartily wel comed Pittsburg Post I I i THE VERY BEST J ltOtlll Have any of our readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous = and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers- to criticise and suggest improve and following advice thus 1ments is enabled to produce a that exactly fits needs of a and a material aid to father and children in reaching higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income front his efforts TheI mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a JaborII of love Childrens minds hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatIIAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation- A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week a preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but miser to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being familyIWeekly known to them Sample copies may be had b writing to the ENQUIKKR COMPANY Cincinnati O rIk1o1I000000DOOCgOi I PRWSSifHHIL i 8 i tHR PREWITT ATTORNEYATLAW M t Sterling Kentucky atOffice Court St opposite Court House Samuels Building front room up stairst LEWIS APPERSON ATTORNEY ATLAW Office First floor Tyler Appersol I Building Maysville Street i1DR D L PROCTOR DENTIST1 Mt Sterling Kentucky Office over Lindsay Rodman Court Street DR R L SPRATT DENTIST Mt Sterling Kentucky Office West Main St second floor William building adjoining First Presby terian Church FINLEY E FOGG- n LAWYER ofest Liberty Kentucky FOR Painting Decorating oanclanWall Papering t CALL OX B1 LL1Brockajr I j hone 297 Next door to Kxnress Office I ji I President LeBns Praised IFrom all quarters Prosiilont Clar cue LiBus is praised for his pan clli thusiastics go so fill as to say that his home county would endorse him for governor of Kentucky Governor Harris has signed the 10child labor law passed by the Ohio Legislature Employment of children underI fourteen years off age is prohibited and limitations are set on the hours of work 1 FranKfort 4 Ciiicnaii icy 0 THE MIDLAND ROUTE 0LOCAL TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5th 1GOB V1qNoS4INotl22 00 u 26 LVD Frankfort Av 11 21 1 J j 206 8ummltAiU n 17 1 a111U 11 11 7 M 111 II iLvSwllzerAr 11 03 rf fig tB3UtlUn I l2 Ij i nLv Georgetown 10 56 IO2 illj I ICIj S DCJlOtrj 10 30 a ti2 li911725 LvNcwtovnAr 8 54 fJ rn 51S320 7 nAI lalllIJlInct8rI S 15 3 YS 1 liO h Yuis rv IIo II 4S Connects at Georgetown Union Depot vi J A c- Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kcnta ky Central wttYLGKO li HAUlElt C W HAY Pres and Gcnl BUilt G r exiflgtoo S Eastern 11- 17TIMETABLE KUVctlVu August 1st pros EastBound STATIONSNoI lInll2150 4 P Ml t Y rGSI vlwWinchester 0 tIL A E Junction S 20 4 II Imtlnn Fields I311 ulay oj ty t 53 J UY ctaN i tt is J to0 lIu syn 4 O7 3 Hi 22y1 t Cainiiton Junction 40 91 18- e Nut i rat Untile 4 aa 9 IS I ihllcaltIIn u 4 xS J Id Tirrcni I 4 7 teFillcatlen Ie IV 05 iicauvvillo Junction 510 1017 St Helens i 17 w 2 I Tallcga Ii 2 10j Athol 6 37 to Hi Oakdalc H til tat l0yPOfVv est23ou33ca So 1 No 1 No 5 STATIONS I lilyDal1 II quly Sa A L rI A II Lv JfaCKton d lu 220 UC imO A K Junction u I 2 05 Elkatawn II 2u 2 t0 7 III OaUliilu II 33 I H 0 Athol I tll 21 roo Tnllcgn u 41 II uI 7 r t St Helens d MI S P r 13- I Hcnttyvllle Junction i OJ 3 20 134 Kincastle 7 i5 Sl i utn 1 Cleacnlttl7 I It o J Natural Ilridgx r o ii1 55 i2r4 Campion Junction 7II Y6 2t I 1q1 I f3 a 12 1 C t II d 42 FIlBonH S O 420 tS 4ClayIndian Field S IC 4 y 41I Ito K Junction tl 00 I u7 951- Winchester II 12 5 tO If 41i- I Wyandotto N j r Kl J rAI 4 Avon 912 40 J Iii lolltrlleIi W II u 12I Ar I xinrton 9 55 II 05 jl I TIM KOUOWIXU uos SECTIONS AIIZ MAil DAILY KXCKIT StSUAI- I I ISI IhucttonNoa 1 tinil 8i will uotinct with HUMI v o rill MII stuiiinK iKy- Gmiiiiton Junction No 1 2S and 1 oathcvl tnett with Ale Mountiiln Cunt ml ltai try for ia enxers Ito It nil hunt aniiton K7 Itcktlvyillc Junction Nnuilinr 2 will ootiowt with theII 11 A 1IIIIIwur fill BluttnIlKy O V lihuetlunX31 anil I will connect 4ith tliuo F K Hallway fur nand Cite Ky lull way union CHAS SCOTS Men Pnw Awnr 4 1i SOUTHERN1 1 RAILWAYI L I Shortest and Host Route Froth LOUISVILLE S TO ST LOUIS and the WeST Two Fast Trains Unity running through seal toot Louisville to St Louis witkou Ij i L as follows L L iusville 9004 ivvAi St ouish61 p m 0l illeIO15 p m i1 uis 7133 p m oii it1l ect line to ClmttnnoogH At 1d xvilIc Charleston and FSot I oral all Southern points including R Asheville X C and the oeautiful t Land of the Sky anal Tnpphke Country F- Send 2 cent stamp for Land of thenSky Booklet and other illustrated liters tureir 1I i J K IMMIVN Tntv IMsVilgt f III Kant Main ICMIIKIOII Kjr- A It COOK II p A Sill lIonrth Are lLotuwllle Kr r JO ItKAMIUII AM 1pI f r Livery lFeedA ntt i v + + Sale Stable tFUll LINE OF LIVERY SADDLE HORSES HUGGIHS DRUM MILKS HACKS KTC Vest Liberty and Caiiuel City Hack LineA hack every day front West Liberty to t Cauuel City will meet all lral sIGood teams nail safe driver Reasonable charges Call on niv driver Jno MMatm WILL MOORE KENDII t West LibertyKy v 4 W= t MT STLRb1I ADVOCATE WLIJN1SDALDBGEMBEN 9 t9Q8 0 lIIvV 1 1Noticeask us to IDontI oa E EI- I t this Sale Weduring i IIIIgoodsI cant do It I 1 1 I 1 n- iV SteinBloch Hamburger Bros i Fine Suits 5 00 Jits1 and Overcoats cut to S7 50 Vi 00 fG and Overcoats cut to 22 50 l 00lr 22 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 15 50 20 00 Suits and Overcoats cut to I14 50 i isI 00 Suits and Overcoats cut to I12 ill I15 00 Suits and Overcoats eat to 10 00 l I12 50 wits and Overcoats cut to s IX 10 ioo Suits and Overcoats cut to 7tX 1 7 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 1 00 5 JO Suits and Overcoats cut to 1S ens Odd Pantst 7 50 PIIUt cut to S 5 50 Im 0Il 5 uIantscutto a 50 1 00 Pants cut to 2 98- i r rfl0 I Inntscutto 2 101 iia3 on Punts cut to 1 21 2 50 PIIUts cut to I If- if utl Pllnls cut to I O- I1 50 Pants cut to I 1151 1 Mens Hats 5 too link out to 18 1 I 00 IHats cut to t tl8 5 oo Hats cut to I C 2 50 IHats cut to 1751 1 2 on I Hats out to I IIti- I1 5o Hats out to I115- II oo Hats out to 7lt Dont Ask us to deviate from our prices not one cent No mat me and ours fI81 t 1 TO THE BUYING PUBLIC OUR GREA- TOver Stocked Cat Pace dale goody approve Sales l1drirnr Inaugurated SATURD conItime youbuy SAT1TRDAYy r All day our house was filled with eager buyers who know wheli we say we cut the price WE DO IT they know that we are selling are the standard of the world in each line and our regular stock J Which Has No Equal Here A This sale of Fine Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishings for Men and Boys offers an opportunity for every one to wear the best for less money than asked for shoddy stuff Dont confuse this Sale with others which are simply to mislead you by the me crowd Our methods are square original cleancut and leave no room for question or doubt Why we cut the price in the height of the season some will ask but that is purely a our ownIWhat You Wanti is the most for your dollar and the most that IS good and here you can get it The below should be read carefully The r mean the saving of many a dollar Bring the bill with you Everything i as advertised Knee Pants Suits 112 50 Suits out to s 48 10 00 Suits cut to 7 18 7 50 Suits cut to 5 00 5 00 Suits cut to atH 4 00 Suits cut to 2 IS a 00 Suits cut to 2 24 2 00 Suits cut to 1 118 Boys Knee Pants 2 00 Pants cut to Si1118 1 50 Pants cut to 1 115 1 00 Pants cut to 71 75 Punts cut to 50 50 Punts cut to as Mens Shoes Ii 00J1 Mi I Shoes cut to 4 4 50 5 00 1 1 M1 Shoes cut to a 75 a 50 Douglas Shoes cut to 2 75 X 00 Douglas Shoes cut to 2 25 2 50 Doujlas Shoes cut to 11 98 4 00 ICclipse Shoes cut to a 00 a 50 IEclipse Shoes cut to 2 75 2 00 Shoes cut to 1 48 Boys Shoes I 00 Shoos out to 2 25 2 50 Shoes out to 1 i05- tt oo Shoes cut to I 4S Suspenders 1 50 Suspenders cut to Bl1 15 1 00 Suspenders cut to 75 75 Suspenders cut to 50j 50 Suspenders cut to 8 25 Suspenders cut to ID Mens Fancy and White Vests 87 501eslscutto 5 00 0 00 Vests cut to 4 48J 5 00 Vests out to 8 75 4 00 Vests cut to 2 75 a 00 Vests cut to i2 i25 2 00 Vests cut to 1 1so Eclipse Shirts 1 00 Shirts cut to TOe 50 Shirts cut to 5Sc 1 50 Ties cut to 1 15 I00Pies cut to v 75 50 Tics cut to ass 25 TiesI cut to I I II I18 Manhattan Shirts sa5 00 Shirts cut to ti2 25 2 50 Shirts cut to 1 75 2 00 Shirts cut to 1 50 1 50 Shirts cut to 1 I15 Handkerchiefs 50c Handkerchiefs out to a58- c2fc Handkerchiefs out to 18c lOc Ilandkerchicfs cit to 5c WALSH BROTHERS Cutting Prices Mt Sterling Ky l d Ecp f 1c c Don ft ASk to take on h k- It odes tt i Again goods brands started to matter of prices I Childrens Neckwear Mens Underwear I f 5 00 Union Suits cut to 5a 50- tf 00 Ut cut to r 2 2t2 00 Union Suits cut to i 4K t 1 50 Union Suits cut to1 f 11 i1 50 Undershirts and Drawers cut to 1 15 1 100 Undershirts and Drawers cut to 115 1 00 Undershirts and Drawers cut to 75tt 50 Undershirts and Drawers out to 25s25 Undershirts and Drawers cut to 19 t 1 Furnishing Goods25- c I iI11 Culls cut to lOc 1 5c 4pIy Collars cut to seliMens Night Robes 41i1 00 cut to 7ticn75 cut to 50c 50 cut to jHc Mens Gloves 5 00 Gloves cut to350 U 4 00 Gloves cut to 250 a5 00 Gloves cut to r 2 25 2 50 Gloves out to 1 75as2 00 Gloves 2cut1 1 50 Gloves cut to 1151 1 00 Gloves cut to 75 75 iloves cut to M t 50 Gloves cut t- oMens Hosiery 1 1 00 Socks cut to nil 75 Socks cut to SOc 50 Socks out to l8c 25 Socks out to 18c J5 Socks cut to tic 10 Socks cut to t IThe People or this town and county haveI thisSALEclieaperthan = United States t1 41l 0 6 e h T C i 1N j irri 4 MT STERLING ADVOGArEWEDKiuSDAY DECEMBER 9 lJuS1 tfflWfflf5 ine8cAy I d y HOLIDAY LINE is now pen and ready for ycur in pection You will find it more complete than ever be fibre with all the new NOV ELTIES the market affords would like for you to call and see for yourselfe i Duersons Drug Store P irihJo9 No 10 Court St JAWA MAJAA a PERSONAL 8 Milleir Pollard visited at hun ripe fro ll Friday until Tuesday ii BelrIpan W Robertson of It lglown n was here on Monday Mis Mamie Satterwhite find liss Bettie Roberts went to Lou vide yesterday Mrs John Watts of Newton tun who has been visiting Jf G rimble leaves toddy Mrs K D Ratlin and children iff Sharpsburg visited her sister Mrs Herriott Inst week Mrs Clarence Brown and daugh cr of Shelby ille arrive today to isit Mrs M E Cassidy Mrs Maude Kash of French urg spent Saturday night with ho family of tJ G Trimble Ji LexingJimeHn dung on Thursday night The wife of Dr A S Faulkner- f Hillsboro Intlcause on Sat jday Jp visit her father Win 1 ilcdd hstI silk fitit wee The trip was r lade ill an auto i Miss Emma McCormick left rcdnesllav for Grand unction I o1 to spend the winter with her ister Mrs Browne Mrs Alex Conner of Owings tile spent Wednesday night with 1issk AsoMcKee and attended 1 wIr CT nt Somerset Mesdnmes Fannie Summer and itf meliu Spence after a weeks sit with Mrs B F Herriott rc f Satfrday iR E Gnrrity of Jamestown N is visiting the family of J M liver lys tHthorinlnw Mrs mritjp hns been here for a few eeks He has had experience as newspaper man i20 Suits and Overcoats cut to 448 Punch Graves Nice cooking apples at Vanars slls Be sure to see the beautiful dis ay of Pictures at 223 The Novelty Store 0 + IVr Q fl 9 PDERTNSt 7 Ov 11 NICKKLL The wife of Dr Andy Nickel of Maze Green died on Thursday December 5a She leaves four children Bnowx Jnines iI Brown aged 65 years liedat his home in Sharpsbury on Saturday Decem her 5 11008 lie wits a wellknown roan a former merchant He wits an elder of the Presbyterian Church Funeral service by Revs F1J J Cheek of Louisville anil W L Milne was held on Monday af ternoon He leaves a wife form I erly Miss Lydia Ruskin and lour childrenWhen will the clock stop All kinds of cereals and break fast foods at VanarsdelFs A + Ladies Meatherbloom Skittat cut prices Punch Graves 4 Grcenwade will have a full line of candies nuts oranges hates and figs fOl Xmas 2J2tI A nice pair suspenders one pairI II1CS1ent1 The Fair Old fashion buckweat and pun cake flour and maple syrup at Roberts Hin os1nit I IBe in the crowd when the clock stops Christmas Suggestions I1chiefsPictures Baskets Fancy Articles and hundreds of other useful and i beautiful articles you will find at 223 The Novelty Store The Christmas presents most appreciated are the ones from the jewelry store We have the choicest line in the city 22it Robinson the jeweler Council In n called session on Monday night the City Council approved the sale of the telephone franchise and accepted a certified 81000i checkThe Council also allowed II Clay McKee 5200 for a portion of his lot 17 feet front on Plain ex tending to Cassidy IIe thus providing i for the widening alley west of Christian Church thus giving better approach for the proposed Public Building Sheriff Prewitt paid to city x83- for 488 poll taxes The county is thus relieved of caring for the des titute in the city When will the clock stop 4 Boys Suits cut to 248 w Punch Graves The Country Store is the place to buy U ID C Baar Jordan Building A choice assortment of high grade candies in boxes or bulk at Henry Bingos 222t Join the crowd ando to The Fair U can get what U want there for a Xmas present Ladies 800 patent kid Shoes cut to 224 Punch Graves J J I 1 1Ijj41 1J JV t t While They Last y On and after December 10 decidedly the prettiest Calendar we have ever put out goes with each 100 pounds KERRS 1 The 4 pictures Perfection in the Calendar FLOURIIfrom a dealer would cost price of the FLOUR If J Get OUJS marl a- a 41 F TASSBOTH PHONES NO 12 i flv eon oevice euoQo orro o o o- P PRELIGIOUS0 P- UOtJO nAr Oe be40e0t Rev E E Dawson has just closed a very successful meeting at Richmond IKv Quite a num ber of additions After a months service at Win esterI3ittist Church by Rev Jf W Porter the meeting closedon Friday night with lOt additions Rev C F Oney assisted by others has just closed a good meet ing at the Iethodis church in Hazel Green Attendance line andl brotherly love in evidence among all the churches There were 20 accessions to the Metho list church by certificate and one profession of faith in tile meeting and the church greatly revived 1 He is now engaged in a meeting at White Oak- FltlIIICrsfIIlke your egtrs to tin Spot Cash Grocery and get ailc per dozen in trade Stacy Adams 5 Shoes cut to 5875 Punch Graves Be in the crowd when the clock stops 1Fresh mixed nuts this years crop every 1poundI guaranteed fresh mind only lf c a poundThe Fair AUCTION SALE Of LAND Two Hundred and filly Acres Bourbon County Land On Monday December 21st county court day at the Court- House door in Mt Sterling Ky we will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction 250 acres of land lying on the Mt Sterling pike about two miles cash of North Mid dletown Four room tenant house Ton acre tobacco barn JH5 acres in grass sixtylive acres in rye Sixty five acres most of it virgin soil of line tobacco land Two fine pools three fine springs The Prescott turnpike borders the land on the North so that two purchasers candivide the farm bet wet 1J themselves Terms A cash A in one year IAmil two years with customary lien or the purchaser may tt- if pay all cash i he desires Intending purchasers can inquire of the undersigned Sale at one p m Possession March 1st 1000 L If Arnold S1 Arnold J22t Agents Arnold Heirs Walk Over 850 Shoes cut to S i7n Punch Graves S S a Condition of Banks in Lexington Mr Will D Oldham in an exhibit of the condition of the six National Banks of Lexington says It is noted that the loans are more than a million IIndIl half ilollars in excess of the deposits mfr that the banks have borrowed bonds and rediscounted notes mounting to 52787800 The result of the stringency mil the caution required has ma terially reduced the profits of all the banks It is hoped that the payment of the tobacco fund will relieve the situation and enable them to pay the usual dividends in January and April DollsI dressed in every style De cember 1IS and 10 LI tt013azar Get your underwear land outings at The Fair When will the clock stop 5 Boys Suits cut to S48 Punch Graves Train Ditched While the U 0 express duo here at 410 was rounding a curve near MtI Savage on Monday it left the track Everything except the engine went into the ditch Only one person a Mr Hale of Win chester was seriously hurt Ladies Silk Underskirts at cut prices Punch Graves C s e- i 0 SOCIAL EVENTS a The V W B iI meets with Mrs 11 IR Prewitt today Last Monday night Rev TI Benton Mill gave a bird supper to his board of deacons and the young people of his Sunday School class at his homo the residence oftMrs1 1 M1 W Choru On Thursday evening Mrs Pat tie Riloy and Miss Susclte John son entertained with bridge and progressive euchre There were over twenty guests including the newly wedded Colonel ajul Mrs Gatewood R Land MrsI Coleman When will the clock stop n The Ijreworksj I are cheap enough to burn when U buy them at Tin Fair rCllllies all sues Slx balI Koiuai candles lc each torpedoes box le Burley District Board Banquet The District Board of the Bur Icy Tobacco Society convenedat Winchester yesterday This is the first meeting since the hire smile The Board wilts entertained at iit banquet at night at the Brown Proctoria Hotel by the Winchester Commercial Club and the Clark County Board of Control Jno Eo Garner was toastmaster Rev tlI L Weber attended andre sponded to one of the toasts The time of the distribution of the money for the tobacco to the trowels will soon be made known Ladies Fancy Hose at cut prices Punch Graves The Fair handles the good fresh candies only lOc for ubi r pound Go to Wises Jewelry Store Rain There has been considerable rain during till past week supplying an abundance of domestic and stock water It hits ext IHled over a Isugc part of Eastern 1Ken tuck The rain was not sullicicnt to start Brush Creek in this county Since the ruin on Sunday the weather has keen clear On Tues day morning the thermometer was 15 above zero 151 Suits und Overcoats cut to SIP Punch raves for Rent Two dwellings one store room 20tf H Clay McKee New Business The Mt Sterling Quick Lunch Uestaunmt open day and night in till Tibh building is the latest addition to the business enter prisesL A Wise is now receiving his stock of j wclletc and in his attractive Main Street quarters will soon be ready to welcome the trade See the reports of the Mt Sterling National and Montgomery National Hanks in this issue The Spot Cash1 f Gr I f I TIlE FARMERS fRIEND f tiiRs YOU Tins yiiK 3bcPer Dozen in Trade for Fresh Eggs and you I know this is equal to 45c at any other store as j Our Prices are 25 to 35j per cent lower than any body elses Always be on the safe side and trade at The Spot CasK Grocery P J BIRTHS h h To rill Lindsay and wire tree Miss Mary Shiout of Sharpsburg a son Horn in New Orleans Xovcm her IT 1008 to the wife of John G Everett a son Howard Be in the crowd when the clock slops II 9 THE SICI 1 fJf Cb J Bit fOIil Pieratt County Clerk at West Liberty has been seriously sick with cancer On Wednesday night his sister Mrs Livings oftt Iissssippimind B W Trimble of this citv left via Morehead to see him Mr Trimble returned on Saturday night Mrsi Levings arrived here on yesterday after noon For four dnys Mr Pieratt has peen doing nicely His physicians regarded his case as hopeless Buy your Ilit works at The Fair r can got them there for less Wises New Store Open LAND STOCK AND CROP See time ads of the C A Hiblor and L H Arnold smiles in this issueI I F Tabb last week shipped to Germany a carload of line blue liefillstry IDrennan brothers of this county have bought the W B Scott line farm ofIlO acres in Mason county at in5 per acre cash Pos session March 1 Howard son of Squire Turner editor of the Sentinel Iemocrmtt is now associated with his tattler as local editor We wish him success Accept these sweets to tie sweetest You know L tray from Henry lingo 222t Xmas Presents at Wises Wheat prices Wednesday scored new high record marks for the season at Chicago for the Decem ber and May deliveries as a result of renewed buying by the bull leaders The Daughters of the Confeder acy will confer Crosses of Honor on all Confederates widows and descendants of Confederate Veter ails on January 10 1000 All de siring these crosses will call on Mrs Stella Cooper Gay for appli cation blanks Real Estate H Clay McKee has for sale mold rent dwellings business property farms vacant lots 51tf The building occupied by Thompson Carrington will soon be remodeled by DrI Reynolds its owner A modern front will be oCClllWtillWises New Store Open Lynchburg Va Votes Out Sa loons liquorlicenseI of In in u total vote of 1958 Saloons will close next March Fire and Tornado InsuranceBonds M J GOODWIN Agt Odd Fellws Uldj Kylllvi Public Sale On Tuesday Dec 15 19011 i tillIHWILtsiciliii iioiir IuHillV Mution I will null to tlit I1IJhlohr recd stiiiH r 1 rwcliiT Wajfiiii 1 rrtukliiji Iliny 1 Oiiiup Carl1 Mowing Mlililin 1 Sprint WiiRiiu and other KanninL liime intntsMO Sluwks of Corn with riviloxuor recd Ing mi ill acre l nnndarr till March I 11 Work Mate In ton I 1 pail Wink lulu SOOiittlt Slioat- is Yyoar old Jallli 17 YoanhiK Cattle 1 Milch lCow t JfllllCltS GO lie lIulI KVV- 3Tvraii iiiitilr known n tiny ef1 jnli LE111S AIIJoHIOOS agent for C A Illlilcr Iltw Irelhl Auctioneer h tver1 f f Womjn wants to make her lloiiir t 1 MYNYR0 r f q1AMbVlAYttIYaYIi61YY w mpm 1Her environments dainty t ii andelegant equal to the- bes t o home she has seen anywhere V and better than thd average Many of the hand some homes are furnished citll from Here j v ri A You will be surprised whew ir we show the quality and tel It at what prices The high character and low price of 0 u r Furniture HH- is houshold talk of the wiiouti mit county and all the surrouny V V v j ing counties SJ Sofas Divans feiv Chairs VN fled Room Suits O Vl f K and the like A chance to pickup real elegance at a 1nominal price Calland eta j amine at any time wii w A suno s scj i Coruer Mali and Hank Streets j Pays 5000 for Bull IV Harkness the Standard Oil Iilagnitten his stockat the International livrii Stock Exposition in Chicago lias purchased Whitehall King Uu champion senior sweepstakes bum st from F W Harding of Wuuke t sha Wis for V000- Mr Harkness wishes to bring the animal which is a Shorthorn u to his farm Walnut Hall1 in l t iFayette COtllltrIConsiderable rivalry was exhibit tf d in the show ring among the Shorthorn exhibits of 1D R Hanuu son of the late Mark Hamiu of lRavenna O lames B Hagguj I Elmendorf tint and Samu S insult the Chicago fill stock fun cier whose farm is located at Uika Forest Ill Xmas Presents at Wises p l Now is theI time to makeI your selections before the line is picked over Call and let us show you J2vU Robinson theaJewelerrLeave your order for Xmas tut keys at Greenwades2t t FV Bring the children to see the bjjf lollat Ionian buiIlingvU ID C Basiur 1 IHull anti condensed mince inc al Vauaiadells New Goal firm1 si On January 1st the Kpiitucfrjr ItrlshI Cannel JonI Uo will OllII 11111 oflice lint yard in our pity for the wick of their coal f n TIlt firm is composed of J1 lrit and Mat C Clay ofour city an W C Taylor of Winchester J Their mine is at VHiwrsfrk Broathilt county TheirI cnpaeUr will be JOO tons daily The cannofii coal is of superior quality and wit readily find a place iin talto mark + Their glVsemicannel i the business circle c tr city wish them success hey conduct both a whoiesjiie and ise I tail business a Go to Wises Jewelry Store r 1 ern- u r Jjrh 4fc E v n I 1p I t = j i H FMTSTERLING ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 ttS I r d- t n f LATEST fROM ALL PARTS Of THE GLOBE Bunkersville Frog lake Ky The big democratic convention that was pulled oft a week alto has bin the meens of a big wire boom on all the telephone lines allover the state of kantucky was quivering in its bouts for fear the big mont T jromry county convention mite bo handled by the motley trust of the tom green exteruluu utters but sutch was not the case avry thing was carriedout on squar princabls nether side had any complant of fraud being worked the only objection I here of is one side got more tin then the other and i think that is a fact to meny people on one side or the other allways upsets the coffcy kittIes of the shortest in num bers but the butt of the thing avry thing was conducted on high princablcs and as stuiar as a pistol you see the way we hav of doing things is no troblc to at all git rite und start rite is the whole secret in a summer business never think hard of a friend if he beets you to a supe kittle when you both are on a squar race but if your olu n tint is using mud to beat you then you use mud to dont git mad if one heists the other with mud for its only a mutter of which can rail the most mud slay way iInns talking on this subject a few days ago with senator moor of Brethett county Ky he says he has made two 01 three uses for high places in his county soldwas forced to use ca lamuty and nil kinds of stud if he did not go in that way tha would of beet the stulling out of him avry time he raised his head above writer sumtimos things do look a little scatoring to the fellow when he git left but stitch is life the best way for sum of us to do is loI keep out of the race then we wont no or care whether friends stuck to tic punching or not the words on the dollar in God we trust is a shame and a lye in the dollar we trust and not God its a shame on the world to run our Saviours name in stitch weokod and degraded plate it would bo all right if the people loved God as tha do the dollar but that is not the case and never will be until the Great Mas ter sends in his clecning up fleet and acording to the way things are jubillicnting in the last century the whole load may be hornswaglod any hour rung has about haul its day right or the will of the Great plaster is share to down all the levels in this world later on and I tclI you right now we got to keep our eyes on the guns there may be a grate explosion any moment gee wont there bo laughing and squall lug among the dwveFs remits how long are we going to surve thlI devil hadnt we bettor begin to mix a few of our last days looking after our scelps it allways hits bin my amo in this life to help all I 4 could to save the world but mya work has bin dun in sutch a scatoring wny Iinut a little uneasy about the outlook for myself tho I will till WHVS be found trying to do sumthing good or bad 1 lowd that Iior is no two men on Gods green orth that is bolter posted on tine amorican calanmty buisnes than imr moor and my self that hint no lie dot want no money IIHull giving money away all the time any boddy needing a little of the Greeter cum up to the coon box a- ntibrittitan Il setltVel I dont want to weir you my friend reader but let me hat nil the good things you got and you hllsel out an git yourself sum inore sum aior coon His Alarm Clock I guess said the Yankee who l hilt boon asked to admire tin echo you lout know anything about echoes in this country IV hatmy country place up in the Hock Mountains it takes eight hours to lieu the echo of your voice Lp there when I go to bed I put my head out of the window and say CIlIIe tIand1 theI voice wales me in the morning Illus tratedi licviow Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo FOIL 8ALK HY W H IIOV1 c 1 y- Judge DeLaccy of the Was j ington JJuvenile Court has ruled that it is not a violation of the child labor lilt for a father to train his own sons ugcl respect fully thirteen and eleven years in Jiis business t It is a Wonder Chamberlain Liniment is one tofI the most remarkable propara tiOnsvet produced for the relief j t 11II11ejback sprains and bruises TheI quick relief irons pain which it af fords in case of rheumatism is alone worth many times its cost Price tiif cents large size 50 cents her stile by K IIIl White Co cruggisl 21 fitj Chuse 4Jc Sanborns coffee Fern I lull canned goods at Roberts LS Hingos IJMt Mrsl Gussic BOilS a patient from Fulton in the Western lKen tucky Asylum fur the Insane at Mopkinsvillo strangled horself to death lby means of u bed cord I John G Jenkins Jr president of the JenkinsJ Trust Company of Brooklyn was found not guilty by i a Brooklyn jury of tho larceny of l comIpnmI I j f Jw r p 4 JIIA Iii BHrglar Caught A West Indian who showed ex traordinary acumen in two burglaries to which he confesses andl then used seven pounds of cayenne pepper to stop pursuit by blood hounds is in the Lexington police station Most of tho jewelry a money and merchandise stolen from a store and the depot at Pine Grove has been recovered Blood hounds are vindicated in the cap ture and a large share of credit iis due Captain V G Mullikin Cap win W Malcolm Brown and De tective Stewart Upon identifying information telephoned front Pine Grove by Captain Mullikin Captain Brown and Detective Stewart arrested the burglar on East Water street and locked him in the station house on a charge of loitering The pris oner gave the name of Federal Johnston said he was a native of St Thomas West Indies late of Liverpool and a farm laborer here looking for work Although a search disclosed a dozen rings bits new scissors in his pockets and that he wore two new outfits of clothing he denied that he had been implicated in any bur glary An hour later Captain Mullikin arrived from Pine Trove with a detailed description of the man in custody together witha list of the stolen property and joined Chief Brown in thin hitters oflice Your pepper worked alright at the other end of the line but does not seem to have helped you at this end he said Has there been an arrest replied the prisoner Yes you seem to be arrested lltliii kin then produced two pairs of shoes from the same case that had been broken in the depot and they corresponded with those worn by the man He remarked that the officers seemed to have him and proceeded to make a full confession He said that he had been in Lexington looking for work and decided to beat his way to HuntingtonHe as far as Pine Grove and there made inquiries for work Finding none he said he decided to turn burglar Fearing a burglar alarm on a window Johnston said he avoided windows of the Pine Grove Mer cantile Companys store securing an entrance by means of a chute made for the Hue tom the cellar To get in he cut through a lathed wall with his penknife Here he secured jewelry various articles of clothing and several dollars from the post ofifce compartment- By prying open a window of the depot he effected an entrance and broke into a case of shoes and took other merchandise A cake of soup muda Cel 0 towel were among thingsi carried away About fifty post cards secured at the store also were in his pockets when searched From the store Johnson got seven pounds of pepper He says he knew that there were plenty of dogs in the South Until he laid followed the railroad over a mile toward Lexington however he did not break the package con twilling the pepper Captain Mullikin received noti fication of the burglaries and hur ried to Pine Grove with his bloodhounds They immediately struck a trail and came charging toward Lexington After covering a stile they encountered the pepperI and as Captain Mullikin put it blew up The brutes inhaleda quantity of the stuff and their suffering was intense Nearby two pairs of shoes which Johnston had discarded as misfits wore found In the village Mullikin hitch obtained a descrip tion of the 1party who hill inquired for work and when the dogs trailed toward Lexington ho tele phoned Chief Brown The latter Stew1IIrtI eating house The prisoner isi about thirtylive years old He admits that he is a paroled pris oner from Sing Sing and says he carne to the States from Liverpool e hj Commissioners Sale MONTGOMERY CIUClIT COURT a n mnsw All He riuiotia 8- 0IIltUlthll1ALic 1Noticeof Siilu in K iulty ISy virtue of a jiuKinciit und order of sille tin Moiiucpiiiery Circuit umrt nniiliiivd at thl- clllomhollollI IWS tliuifof In limo above cmifrt the iiiidutitiuiicd will on the 21st Day of December 1905 At 1 oclock p ill or lliurcaboilt IuliiK CUIII- tdlly11111CItIIIlIlIlI1 fur snlu at limlilic iiiiutlnn on a credit of nixI months at the otirl llmio it ior in the city of MtBtuillnjr Ky the property then tinned In the judgment tovlt A 11111 dflitml sitiuiUil in MontpiniLry cou- tty1y i fwd Ixnimlid liy the cultist road and old Stnto road mid the liuuU of Cliasi llrmvii and A U Aiidiifiin ami uontalnhiKI alioitt ll0 acres ol land and being sinri laud liiMiiicatliud In fIIGreeuntidoluby l I Stioiifo by will of duff Jinn 8 ISSS lImllcCllnlcIII Will Ilook Ui pain 241MontgomeryI 1 County Court Clerks olUiu I ho puroliiuor will bo mjiilutl to give land with iiiproviM security for the payment of Ibis puruliiifu IIIIIIIIIII have the force and effect or n replevin bond bearing legal interest from cant day or wide nccordluj to law Hldilcr willt be pupated to comply with these term A Hen will bo retained on this land sold till sill tit pin clm 6 money IU paid Itond jmyablc to Mallei Commissioner JOHN A JUDY Stnt Mister Comiulftsloncr 3L C C Commissioners Sale MONTUOMKKY OIKCTIT COURT WAI1 TAITMIKK Y rinlntlll rx HKNUY S19i1iIkc IMumlnnU Notice of Stile In Equity Ry virtue of it liHljTiiicnt mud Order of Stile 01r the Montgomery Jlruuil Court rendered at the Siiilfiiilicr Term 1110 thereof in the ubovo ciiiigc the uinlcrslKiied will on the 21st Day of December 1905 At 1 oclock p in or thereabout hoing Court tiny proceed to ollcr for isalu at Iuhlic Auction to tlie highest bidder on u credit of 0 months at the Cots tlionso door in the city of Mt Stet ltng1C the pixpirty mentioned in the Judy IIICIIIlowlt A tr ct of land situated III the connty of Mont outcry and State of Kv nnd on the lcacr sonville ana KrcnchhnrK din road mid iioumled hy liexinnin at n hCtHono in Bald trod thence north t5 cost i poles to a white oak slump or iicr with John Slicpard thence north E I I notes in a set steno corner with same antiwith W J Salvet thence north lsy 11poles to n lilticlc oak corner with 111 Salycr thence S 811 W iSJi poles tu a set stone In Cuiuliiirs hue thence S82IV SiS ta the north cd eo said road corner with henry Urccnwado then- ceShe3holes to the UuKiiinliiK contiilnliiK live aeresi and thirteen roles of lane being limn lImo land eonvitycd by A Gand Henrietta An lerson tnltS Htokole recorded Indeed hook Iii iiliguiOaiid Ivan 118 Slokclcytol N Wells by deed recoidcd in deed hook Ipage 4S4 AlontKoinerv l oiinty ClerkV oillce and by n N Weis to Bet tie Stephens by an unrecnrdcd deed Or fiiinicieiit thereof to produce J25s 15 so ordered to be euul- c1hcpmchaserI11larcquhed lo give laud with approved Mieiirity for the payment of Ihe- lIIIChau lunge the force mud effect oft II plcvinmllllerIII legal interest from HIP cots of slim according to law Didders will he pi eiiarcd to comply with these terms A lieu will bo retained on tliu laid sold till nil time put chase money is paid loud payabc to plaintill JOHN A JUDY Ir ltartcr Coannlssiunur M C c Cflinissiooers Sale MOSTOOMKIIY ClltCUlT COIMT Mlts S ASS II T WKSMC Plaintiff In tie run right Sc- vs AUNKS WKSIKYXe Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity Hy viilue of a I liiilxiiienl bud IOrder of Sale ol Hie Montgomery Circuit Court rendered at the September Term IIKIS thereof In lIe altotr cause till uiidcifti iud will on the 21st Day of December 1905- At 1 oclock pm or thereabout limingI Court tliiyl proceed to offer for sale at Iuhlic Auction at the highest binder on a credit of slyt moulds at the iourtlioti +e door in the citvolI Ml Stcilinj Ky tliu property mentioned In lhljllllllloll Inwlt A IIOIIMI and lot situated on the south side of Kaol Main soteel in Ml tcilii Ky and hoiini des tutu described as follows Ikyinniii at a niaku on the ninth side of Main sheet corier lo Mrs Jennie Cromwell thence leaving limo xtivel S17 K UNI feet 4 indies to a wake corner lo same tliunuu N iiI K Sc fiiil corner to Adam liiiiuii in linen Itlyn line llicnrt Nr 17 W ill feet 4I Inchiij to M htuku corner to wild lay thence N illt K i fuel to a slake hi 1II V line thence N In j W l21 fret S inches lUll flake on the south side of Main trcct corner to the KIIS huulo lot thence with the south tide of caid streel Sl7IJ4 Wf feet s Inches to tho hcnlnnlng being the saute lot eonvoved lo Theodorv Weplev bv Hrldfrel Konny by deed dated1 November II mail of rccoru iu iho oillce 01 tlio Clerk of the Monl joinery Coiinly Ioun in Deed Jlook ro tus c SO- UTlio purchaser will rh i iuiipd to jjive bond with npprovvd e eau tltl for this payment of the purcluibu money lo liavo thin force and cOcct of thedayprenared to eomplt with tlieso terms A lien will lio rclained on the property sold till all the purchase monov iis paid Hond payable to IIWSWI111 JOHN A JUDY 2111 Master ominisfrloncr M C C Wu foul Play Suspected Clcophus Duncan aged t venty live a wellknown young man of Richmond Ky was found dead in a desolated spot in that city by night officer David Towel No cause is known of his letith It is believed he met with foul ploy IDuring the year 11007 delin quent children were placed on pa role by the juvenile courts of Kan sas Of the 518 dependent and neglected children brought to the courts 105 were placed in families and 148 were sent to private asso ciations for children t cf f OUD OF ONE pPERAti Ni Great Surgeons Description of His Record Achievement Dr George T SHrady once was asked what he considered the star achievement of his long professional career The great surgeon thought for attwinkle in his eyejItsan operation that 111 warrant you never heard of In fact I dont know the name of the forfit I was summoned saved a boys life and drove away all in a very few minutes One summer years ago I was out driving fn the country up the state I was going by a farmhouse when a man rushed out waving his arms li- ttJJeDdve for a doctor quick lie yelled My boys choking to death- I pulled up my team shouted to the man to hold the horses and dashed into the house A boy about ten years old was lying on a couch in the dining room His face was purple and I did not have to Took twice to see that ho was choking to death His mother was kneeling beside him crying There was not time for questions or anything else but the quickest kind of quick work 1 saw that I would have to perform the operation of trachea tomy without a moments delay 1 had no instruments with me I felt in my pocket for my penknife opened It made the necessary incision in the boys windpipe and fixed him up tern porarily until I could send a note to the nearest doctor to complete the Job- I heard afterward that the boy got well and that my penknife operation was as complete a success as if It had been performed In a hospital with all the appliances I have often looked back on that operation with distinct pleasure because I worked sot swift ly surely and well without a seconds preparation automatically in fact That is why I feel like calling it my star achievement Mrs Joyceo Happy Thought They had met In the home going train and the talk had drifted to their neighborsYees Mr Billings said reluctant Ily In reply to hit friends remark that Mrs Joyce was an awfully sweet lit tie woman So cheerful Always sunny 1 Always looking on the bright side Bil lings friend continued enthusiasti callyTheres such a thing as overdo ing the bright side business though said Billings The other night I was up there and Joyce you know how absentminded he isput the lighted end of his cigar in his mouth He jumped three feet and was a little noisy for a minute Right in the midst of it all Mrs Joyce smiled blandly and said How fortunate you are dear to discover it at once XRay Dermatitis Mr Hall Edwards who was recent ly granted a civil list In recognition ofI his services in the development of medical radiography underwent a further operation at his residence Bristol road Birmingham recently In February last the left arum which had been violently attacked by what is known as Xray dermatitis was am putaled below the elbow This did not give the relief hoped for however the wound failing to heal and the patient suffering almost as acute pain as before TIme operation was also unsuccessful in arresting the progress of the disease which developed se riously In the right hand The last operation Involved the removal of the I flingfrs of the right hnnd It was pot assIstIcdWhltby Inquiry was that the patient had recovered from i the etfccttfof the anaesthetic and wns In as hopeful a condition as could be expected Mr Hull Edwards has lat terly been engaged on a work dealing with dermatitis which it is understood he lists practically completed London Times Soldier of Fortune Dead A remarkable soldier has just died at Budapest in the person of Gen Stephan Parr one of the bravest revo lutionary generals that ever lived lie commenced his military career as u lieutenant In the Austrian army Then he fought rot the Hungarian revolu tionary government helped to quell a German revolution and Joined Gari baldi In his great struggle On the outbreak of the Crimean war he served us a volunteeer In Omar Pashas army against Russia and finally re ceived a commission In the British transport service It wns while buying horses for tile British army at Bucharest in 1855 that the general was seized by the Austrlans as a deserter and sentenced to death But both the British and French governments made such em phatic protests against this sentence that it was commuted to banishment Finally the old soldier settled down in Parts Offended Art I want a photograph representing me just as I am None of this touch- Ing up business understand I You are in the wrong shop replied the artistic photographer Better try II I I tho police station Its a Bertlllon style of picture youre after Not a Native Lawson I thought you said your friend was from DawsonSo he VermontII LawsonWhy Ive been listening to him now for an hour and he hun said BBOBh but twice I Jti d- r R4DlgYou That Is Jlust whit you are dOil1gWhn you fail to ge MX iilftr Hud suflieieht sleep tJttbody requires tins period for repairwork with out it your nerve energy be cpmcs exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous ex citable have headache neuralgia indigestion pppr appe tite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are rest1c sttakeDr Miles Ncricjit soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lJorgansally Try it today I x whichleftvery nervous I had severe spells ofheadache and neuralgia and could + sleep but very little Every effort that I was made to recover my strength was DrMilesIcommenced to take the Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as the neuralgia pains left me ton certain I extent and I grew gradually better MllS E E GIIUEnTSON rotDrYidrugyour money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i l Death Sentence Commuted Robert locker colored who was to have hanged at Lexington last Friday for the murder of Drunmiond Vcnl n white nmn had his sentence commuted to life im prisonment by Governor Willson t andwas taken to the Frankfort penitentiary on lust Thursday eve ning Good Cough Medicine for Children The season for coughs andcolds is now at lanes and too much care hitdlento contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold The quicker you cure the cold the lesL the risk Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the sole reliance ofi many mothers nnd few of those who hove tried it are willing to u4fy any other Mrs Fr F Star heff of Ripley V Vu says I have never used anything other than Chamberlains Chugh Remedy for my children and it has always give satisfaction This remedy contains no opium or other narcoticff may belgivcn as confidently to a 1H1 215t Magistrate Ordered To Asylum John Nf Smith the present Magistrate of Proctor Precinct in Lee county was adjudged Lunatic and was taken to the asylum at Lexington 1Eczema1 Z E M 0 a scientific preparation for xternal use Stops itching instantly nd destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is l ermanently cured by this remarkable Medicine All Druggists Write for sam e E W Rose Med Co StLoui3Mo Mutt SALE BY WS LLOYD French Must Pay Contempt fine t The Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Clark Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth against B F French This action involves the right of the Governor to remit the claim of the Commonwealth for damages in the Hargis contempt case wherein French was lined 509 and given a pardon by Governor Willson whereby he remittedall of the judgment against him for commissions fees and costs The Commonwealth contended that the 500 damages assessed in the judgment is a part of the flue and the court says the Governors pardon does not reach it fThe pardon in this case wase e hausted when it hind relieved time appelleelroin the payment of the States part of the 5000 fine It affords him no relief as to the damages any further than it does to commissions costs and taxed fees = sots the court 1 I vvtKnoxher 1st voted dry by 2485 Tweii two saloons ace affected r I i