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Six Months 75c
Ttirno Months 45o.
THUUSIUY. NOVEMBER 30, 19.
E. D. THOMPSON,
A Uo-incli snow fell here Sunday
rnt Several from here attended
ncmiiiRbiirg i-ourt 3londay..Y good
many hogs ere butchered hero last
eefc -Thr Ttaanksgiviiis turkey
V market closed here last week at 40".
x William Stephen-; and . 'i,,,rnl,
. ' n..),riv nnl i-tcr, Mr.
. - LVhittim were in Maysville Usi
.ti..rt l);ivis sold a calf
oimp for !. H-
arroll Woodard were
Monday on buMiies.
, it Okln, was, here
-.ick: .Mrs. Fran
tied with blood
Vrtt is sonic
. Hbert fiarrett
s bahv has I
- . Belle
' ?. Tri
In tjlit- rac t , intil'l
.against ls$nc Shi ant, a
dam:.gc Mtit. which followed an ne
c'ldinit wlifi-h occurred Sept., 1021.
ncai Pari-; when Stipp'., ear collided
with the automobile owned by Mr.
SIki:1. :utl driven by his grand son
t'arl ShoUse Kerrhevnl tuid Henry
Knox. oC Ibi town, tbiniiigc l lb
ii)iiip;.ii ml' .JSIIO. wis awarded Slip.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Powers en
tertained VrMsr for li!niT, Mrs. Kit
!f:ideli.Te, of Ia.uia, Ky.. Mrs. T. P..
Staggs. Mr-. Kose Seese, Mr doseph
ItadcliuV anl Mr. and Mr-. J. P.
VM)d. (Salt lack Bom to Leslie
lrorsentVm and wife, a son Hans
ford.... Mrs. Ballard Swarlz and son,
(nllegheT, AV. Ya., visited Mr-.
Swartz's- sisler, Mrs. Dave Hall last
wtsok. ..The liidies of the I'hrislian
Church nill hold their bazaar De".
! and 1 lus M. V.. ladies will hold theirs
on Dec. Jl(i.. ..We had a Hurry of
snow Monday morning, Xov. 27, th
tirst; of tlo seasm..Mr. and Mrs. ,1.
". Vnng'ian have rrrtmicd from a
pleasant visit to rilalijs in Prank
lin county. AYhilc there Jl. Vaughn
icl'iise.1 alfcr of $200 for bis line
bird dog....Mr. Alma Bazor and
Mrs. HcslVr l.athram ero in Lex
ington Thnrsdav-I .J. P. ijirj.-lit
. V. I.. I- .M
out one thousand
gre4ni and lamily bad
day yt left for Middle
damako their fntnr
-V .. - f,,r
. . . -..-.- .. on
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of her rrrer, i-: Willie
and family Saturday and Sunday
Miss Nannie Iee Fair, of . t)ry
Ridge was Pl,cst o Missi-s Mable.
Vand Ruby Whittou unday...Cydi
Croueh and family, of Tunnell 1MI,
snenf Saturday nijrht with Mrs.
Crouch's parents John, Riddle an
snJni u-ifli flicir uncle, a
t. i e -i . m' ! nights' meeting at the M". E. church
Walter Crouch and Jamily.....Mrs. .
Pete Pcrgrerni and family had a
Mrs. Kidiard Sahcr of Mt. Ster
ling was here '1'liunlay calling on
Mrs. B. P. Roberts, of Paints
vf.'le, spent Thursday and Prida
with the family of her brother Mr.
K. A. Swartz and wife.
id Warren ad wife have gone
to Middletown, (Xrio.
A. B. Laycock, of Pineville visited
relatives here several days the past
Carl lVnick, of Ashland, called
on his" jsirents Mr. and Mrs. W. U.
Penick here Sunday.
Millard McClothin, of Dodge Ivy.,
called on relatives here Saturday
Miss Hannah Young gave a par
ty Fridny night. All report an en
Curry Oinler who is working at
Lexington spent Thursday nif?''t with
" !.. TS, .... .
.miss xouy liievms is visit mg nt.r
cousin Miss Hazel Blevins at upper
Salt Lick this week.
L. A. Staton's family visited hi-
parents M. L. Staton and wife Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. tiray was in ML Sler-
Marshall rcrgrem, Jr., and wife
have goiu! to Ashbnd to make their
Everett Young, who is employed
at Hiddonnan, is visiting his parents
Clyde Young and wife.
Little Flora Ifazo Smith has been
sick but is better.
Remember next Sunday will be
Bro. Crouch's appointment.
Orvil Highley, ivho has been work
ing at Ashland, is visiting home
Rev. Howard is holding a few
Mollie Ilendrix returned to her home
Sunday after a week's visit w'.th her
daughter, Mrs. Omar Rogers, who is
ill Willie Hendrix and wife 'vere in
ML Sterling one day last week....Mrs.
Sant Turner, from below Sherburne
j-as a gucs of her sister, Mrs. Tur
ner Anderson Saturday and Sunday.
There were f0 present at Whito
Oak Sunday Sehool Sunday. Hog
killing is the order of the day here.
W. T. Anderson and wife attended
the burial of their nephew, the little
child of Cliff Vice's last week on Flat
CreekHughes nnd John B. Ander
son sold a bunch of cattle to Mr,
Crooks at 4 and 5c The firs
now of the season here fell on th
night of Nov. 20.
Anderson MeCariy has gone to
Middletown to visit his daughter
-Mrs. Alfred Sorrell.
Miss Lizzie Swartz visited in Mt.
Sterling last week.
John Paul Gray, little son of J. L.
Gray and wife, is sick at this time.
Winter made its appearance Sun
day night with the first snow of the
Miss Ellen S pence spent last week
with her grandfather Felix Clark
kLittle Miss Virgalinc Jones of NtM
Sterling, is visitmjrjjrf grandmother
Mrs. Kate Lostgan heKi this week
"WSE THAN PAIN"
Uij Says She Hat "Ner-
r AHjtkbf Better Tbm
Chi for Rw-Dewa
MorgMCHy, La. "It would be hard
for me M how nuch benefit I have
derived km the use of Cardui," said
Mrs. L aBovma, of 1319 Front Street,
"I was N rwdowa In health f could
n"11. 1 thin. I had no
appifitc Caidd not rest or sleep well.
1 was s, ad so very nervous, I
"I sunend sene tain, but the worst
Miss Clay Blevins who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. Burl Stull, in
Bonrlwn county, returned homo Sun
day. Mrs. Walker Green, of Clark
county, is visiting her brother Clark
Wilson and family.
Sam Ginter and wife of ML Ster
ling siHMit Saturday and Sunday with
the luttcrs parents Charlie Ray and
Clark Wilson was in Lexington one
day the past 'week.
Mrs. Spencer, of WTest Virginia,
is visiting her daughter Mrs. Nesbitt
John Stull and wife were in Mt
fl Itichard Wilson nfewifc gave a 3
of my troHHe was from being so weakll ancc one night IawXek whieh was Mr. and Mrs. Llaude Young
and easy to m fired out of heart, enjoyed "y all present. Mrs. George I visited Virgil Young and family
COBditioa was worse Vayne, -who has been seriously ill, is
"Someone Md me of Cardui, amd I
decided to use it
After a few bottles, I regained
my strength. 1 wssa't so nervous, and
began to est tad sleep, and grew
stronger and was saeo well.
1 have srnar feuad anything rtter
If yoBStdfeis Ws Louisiana lady did,
&;K.Sun hc:pfui for
Get aioUleotCardui, today. N0-I
now some better Thomas Quisen-
bcrry and Miss Eva Payne spent
Thursday with Cornelius Williams
and family Lloyd Alexander was
in Mt. Sterling Saturday Mrs. Cor
nelius AVilliams spent Tuesday with
Mrs. George Eldridge. JIiss Emma
An offering1 of stand.
'Jiandise at bargain pricey
T3MBER 2, 1922
in our quitting business sale. You can save
many dollars by doing your Christmas shop
ping w.iilc we have the stock to select from.
We haw; a special lot of
very cheap. This fall's newest styles. Y-ou
LADIES' SHOES AND OXKOKUS
two pairs for tht price of one. Wo have a very (1 as
sortment of Children's Shoes at far beneath the present
prices. If you want to save money buy while yon can jjet
the the advantage of this sale. Young Men's and Hoys'
Suits in this fail's Litest styles, hand tailored, they all ro
at a sacrifice. Give us a look for cheap, good merchandise
Goodpaster 8c Co.
We have the Christinas Goods you are looking for: come
in and get them. We do not stand on formality - our
doors are wide open; walk right in and make yourself at
home. Hurry up and call while our assortment of good
things to eat is complete.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
With every $2.00 cash purchase or any amount in excess
thereof for this day only I will give five per cent, discount
R. C. BYRON
YOUR STORE-TRADE HERE
SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT
CHRISTMAS PRESENT -
Nothitig as acceptable as an altntctiv'c,
durable piece of furniture. Special
prices on entire line from now now
until iiftor the holidays.
E. L. BARNES
PHONE DAY 34
PHONE NIGHT 149
Fresh Meat, Hog Heads, Spare
We specialize in fresh meats and
I'ho CIIA.MKUR OV COMMEKOF, lrs
"i m 1 lin i . . !j ""V
arranged 10 nave oiu oama visit uwings-
ville on N
. Saturday, December 16th
Ewry lioy ml prl in B;ith Con ity is invitcil to ccimc to ()'
hp; illi on tli.it day anil rerfivc l mm the haixls of thi.- kind
I'M rntli'ini'ii a real ChnMiiKH Tivat.
Whilf in town tin- hoys anil jrirlv will nKo hi- ;ivt'ii a free jiicturo
!iow at thu XKW THKATKM-:, wIutc Santa will meet them
ami .H-trihiite n treat from a real CHKISTMAS TKKH TO
KAC1I AXI) KVKKY CHILI) I'KKSKXT.
Tlii- i- the' one hi ilay for tlu ehililren. All will want to
come. Xoue .-lioiild he (lenieil thi r.ire irivili'-;e.
COME EARLY AND SPEND THE DAY. REMEMBER THE DATE.
Further Particulars will he r.1 arte known Later.
HAVE IT MADE
from the ALL WOOL LINE
You can buy a fine all
wool suit here for
which will take a lot of
beating when it comes to
quality and workmanship.
International clothes are
never made from cheap
materials no matter how
low the price.
L. D. BROTHER, Owingsville, Ky.
MRS. EMILY WARNER, Propr.
Board by day or vveuk at reasonable prices.
Aleals at all times
Oyster Dinner Saturday, December 2
WELLS & STFELE
TOYS AND DOLLS
ol all kinds
ALL HATS AT COST
your Christinas shopping early
while the stock is complete
OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR.
Reid Galla rher. of Lexincton.
pent a few days last wek with
mis uncles, N. P. and C. B. Reid
of Montgomery Co. Sunday,
Ed Hatfield and George Hart,
returned Friday from a few days'
hunting trip to Powell county.
Miss Martha Dennis, of Mt.
Sterling, visited rektives here
Wedner Jay aud Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Myers, of
J Stepstone visited Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Will B:irnctt and ,
i ,.i.:i.i ( m:..i.i ,.,.... '
illlll CllllUICll VJi )V IIIUIICSLCI nfCIll.
a few days last weelc rith Green
Dennis and sister Miss Emma
The sick; Mrs. Ellon Becraftis
very poorly now. Mrs. Buford
Hnnnic line lio.in ciilr fnr cnudMl i
days. Mrs. N. P. Reid is impruv- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1022
By irtiie of a jinljrinent ami order
of ,ale of the I?;ith Circuit Court,
rendered at the Oetohcr term, there
of, 1U22, in the ahove tylel action,
I a-- MaMer C.)iuiiiisiouer of said
Court, will on
Mrs. C. B. Reid returned Fri
day from a week's stay with her
mother Mrs. Will Hazelrig"- who
is iil r ' er home at Moore i ;ld.
Donaldson spent Saturday night with i R, T. J lyers Saturday night and
Mie$ Lottie Ray. Sunday.
I5ATH CIRCUIT COURT
Ehte'Ia K. Crouch,, etc., Plaintiffs,
versus otico of Suit,
Willie Lee Crouch, cte. Defendants
at nlmiit 10:30 o'clock n. in. at the
front door of the Uethel Hank in
IScthel, IJath county, Kentucky, f,ell
lo the hig-hest bidder the following
described property: Twenty nine
t-hn-e of stock " '.e Bethel Bank.
. su!.ment ann-uitt of said stock
will be sold lo satisfy the liabilities
of decedent V. I.. Crouch, vhich on
day of sale will amount to $l,0."i7.00.
I Sale or ales will be made on a credit
of three mouths. Purchaser will ho
required to execute bond with good
surety for the purchase price, pay
able to the .Master Commissioner
and bearing six per cent interest per
annum from date of sale until paid.
Bonds to haw the force and effect of
LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C.
BATH CIRCUIT COURT
0. B. Hart, et al Plaintiffs,
versus Xotice of Sale
Minnie Howard, et al Defendants
By virtue of a judgment and order
of sale of the Bath Circuity Court,
Saturday, Dec. 2
Halter Chain 12c
Fire Shovel 5c
12-qt.Tin Dish Pan 25c
14-qt. Gray Pres. Kettle 88c
Phonograph and 2s Columbia Records
BIG WINCHESTER TWO-CELL FLASH
These are Bargains. Get
E. L. X A. T.
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Call for 1923 Calender
We close the old year with confidence that the New
Year will brinjr renewed activity in business and the assu
rance that prosperity is with us. We are very grateful to
our friends for their business in the past and will continue
to serve them and the public for a better and a bigger com
The Farmers Trust Company an auxilliarv of this bank
will continue to serve in the capacity of Executor, Trustee,
Administrator, Committee, or Guardian. '
If you have any valuable papers pr securities, leave them
with ua for safe keening. No charge.
If you wish to travel, purchase our H. N. B. Travelers
checks. Safe way of carrying your funds.
We will exchange your bonds due the 15th of December
or cash them for you as you please. Your W. S. S. 1918
issue are due January 1st, 1923 We will de glad to serve yot'.
OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY. (
ASF TJEL JI!
Friday, December- -1st
'IN THE DAYS OF BUFFALbBILL'.
A SERIAL STORY . T
In connection with the regular program we will run tlie
above Photoplay in episodes.
Abraham Lincoln! Buffalo Bill! Sitting Bull! Pinkerton!
These and many more famous characters have re-lived just
for you, the events of their thrlling careers pefore the lens
of the motion picture camera.
The assassination of history's most boloyed charactorl
The surrender of the South's greatest general! The satis
fying love story of a heroic young soldier and a plucky
Southern girl! "In the Days of Buffalo Bill" is full of love,
adventure and history. '
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
Do your shopping early
J. R. STEELE
C. W. YOUNG'S
for good, now reliable, warm Army
Goods, suitable for the severest winter
weather, at reasonable prices. You
will buy these goods if you see them.
remk-rcd at thu October term, the,re
f, V.yi'2, in the abuve Myleil action,
I a-; Master Comiiiiioner of saiil
Court, will on
MONDAY, DECEMBER II, 1922,
at about the hour of one oVIoek p.
m. (same bein the first ilay of the
regular term of the Rath County
Court) at the front loor of the court
house in Ov.-ingsvilie, Bath county,
I Ky., sell to the hiphe-t bidder the
1 following di scribed tract of land
ivr' 'iiinjj 'IV j aero situate in Bath
(..ui.ij, Kentucky, bounded on the
North by a turnpike and dirt road,
on the South by the lands of Clyde
Younjj and Jlr-J. Xtttie Cfark; on
the East by the land-; of A. M. and
Klvia Hart, Kobert Oakley nnd the
Payne Heirs; on the West by the
Iands of A. 31. and Elvia Hart.
Said land will be old on a credit
of six month.. Purchaser will bo
required to execute bond with good
-urety for the purchase price pay
able .to the 3Iaster Commissioner
und bearing six per cent interest per
annum from date of sale until paid.
Bonds to have the force and effect
of a judgment.
LESLIE SHHOUT, 3L C. B. C. C.
Thirty two inch dress Gingham,