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JUDSON HARMON OF OHIO fOR PRESIDENT
STATE PRIM KV CALLED i
JtAs I was generally predicted the Democratic State Executive Com i
mittee at its recent mooting in Louisville called a primary election 1
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for May 27 to select the nominees for the various State otlices Many I
I prospective candidates opposed this method but the Committee fell it
was the only way to fairly make these nominations It is a well
known fact that the politicians dominate and control conventions
while in a primary the people make their own selectionsI I
Personally we have always favored a primary to make all nomi
nations In fact we hoped a senatorial nominee would be chosen in
tlis way and regret that the Committee did not see lit to go on record
in favor of this progressive idea The sentiment in favor of electing
U S Senators by direct vote is daily growing and will soon be a
rea Ii t
realityChairman
Chairman Prewitt in calling the meeting to order gave the can
dilates present some wholesome advice urging them to run on their
own merits to pitch their campaigns on a high plane and refrain from
personal abuse of every kind so that in the end all might consistently
take the slump for the ticket
We hope and believe this primary will be so conducted as to pre
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y vent oven a suspicion of unfairness thus insuring the election of the II I I
nominees by an overwhelming mnjor ti i
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In less than a week twelve men have been shot or cut within the
tborders t of our county live of whom have died and other deaths may
j t yet follow
followWe
We want to withdraw all we have ever said about Breathitt county
begins to look very much like we live in glass houses ourselves
Have you made your Xew Year I Resolutions yet
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Miss Agnes Walsh Weds
Miss Agnes Ishof Craw
fordsville Ind formerly of this I
city was married on last redt t
nesday to l r11r D I jrillithI I
nlso of Crawfordsville The
wedding took place in Indianapolis
of few intimate
lis in the presence a I
mate friends
MissWalsh is a daughter of
Mrs Mary Walsh of this city
and made her home here until a
A few years ago She is a sister of
our popular clothing merchants
Robert P and John J I Walsh I
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and is very popular here where
she has a host of admiring friends I
who extend well wishes and hearty
congratulations
r congratulationsMr
t Mr r Griflith is a real estate
broker of Crawfordsville and is
an excellent man Me has certain
ly shown splendid taste in select
ing such a beautiful charming
and attractive woman for a wife
and this speaks volumes for him
After an extended trii i > East they
will reside in the Indiana I city
1Two fires at Jeffersonville I
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The residence of David Sa lorI I
near JcHersonville was burned to
the ground last weekwith all its
contents The loss is estimated at
52500 partly insured
Fire also destroyed the residence
of Sonny Robinson in same
neighborhood the loss being over
52000 Both fires were caused
by defective Hues i
Wedding at Antioch 1 I
Sunday morning at Antioch
AntiochI
church Mr Newton Hose and
Miss Frances Marshall were united
EIDnwson
Dawson performed the ceremony
Both parties arc wellknown and
popular
lIeld Lucky Number
C C Chennult held the lucky
number in the rallle gotten up by
V G Stoner on the trotting
mare The marc is valued at
300 but cost Mr Cnenuult 500
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FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
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Winter term convenes January 3 with more calls for book
i1 t > keepers 1 and stenographers for line positions than we can fill
Write us for full particulars and by all means enroll with us
on this date for a full course All commercial branches taught
by the most uptodate methods
MOUNT STERLING KENTUCKY
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The Mt Sterling National Bank
50000 Capital 53500 Surplus
Take Santa Claus
advice and put your money where it will
do you the most good There are no bet
ter facilities than those offered by the
Alt Sterling National Bank
A financial standing of unquestioned
integrity liberal and just dealings with
depositors has made it popular The best
Xmas gift for yourself or others is an ac
count opened
C B PATTERSON Cashier I
Democrats to Hold Primary
Last week in Louisville ut a
meeting of the State Central Com I
mittee it was decidd to hold a pri
mary to select the Democratic
nominees for State olliees instead
f a convention although IIlIIjnrI I
ity of the oiliceseekers seemed to
favor a convention It was finally
left to Senator lames B McCreary
to decide and he decided in favor I
of a primary The primary will
be held in lillrI I
Mayf I
Fir Rent
40 acre improved farm for rent
at 8400
400Handsome
Handsome business house on
North Mays ille street
T F Rogers Real Estate Agcy
REPORT
OK THE CONDITION OF THE
Exchange Bank I
lolnr business In the City of Mt Sterllnt
county of Montgomery State of Kentucky
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
ON Tilt
15th Day of December 1910
HKSOUItCKS
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Loans and Discounts J3JIS12 01
Due tram Hanks 1TIM 15 l
Actual Cash on hand 15TU5 M
Checks wash Hems and exchange for i i
flenrlmr 3T6M
Overdrafts unsecured 6T1 SO
Current ot > cnsos and taxes paid Si5 21
Heal Rotate Furniture and Fixtures U tO to <
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911
Total 2161101
UAWUTIKS
CatMtal Stock iwld In in cash H TWO 00
Sunilfav WIMIIIU
WIMIIIUSjarci
Undivided Irotlts Sjarci I
Tutu Del o + Us liaTOi OS
Curtitled Chucks M5 on
Dueto Hanks 2ri2 12
Notes and Bills rediscounted 29WO 0
Total282110 I
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Slate of Kentucky
County of Montgomery f M
r Jno S Frazer Cashier of the above named
Bank do solemnly swear that the above state
meat is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief JNO S FKAKK Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jno
S Frazer this 2M day of December 1010
My commission expires January 10 1012
EARL W SENKK
Notary Public
Correct Attest
CorrectAllestII
H It PUEWITT I
IA Directors
J I I A SHIKLBY
Look In Jones Window
J W Jones the Jeweler has
on display in his window four dif
ferent grades of cotton as grown
on the farm of E Y Nelson near
Greenville Miss Mr Nelson
raised 800 acres of cotton this past
season and in grad ng it for the
market he received from 14c to
toI2Gjc
curiosity to the people who have
never seen cotton growing
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Removed
Just as the Democrats are about
to move into the House of R pre
sentatives at Washington the
spiteful Republicans are to have
the costly bath tubs removed from
the office building But it is all
right the Democrats expect to
come clean1 Cynthiana Demo
crat
Will Devote All His Time
Dick Waits Mountain View
Cnl marshal holds the record
lies suing for divorce being sued
by two women for divorce and is
charged with deserting a third
woman Marshal Waits is to re
sign sos to give his entire time
to women perhaps Louisville
Times
TimcsI
New Stamping Clerk
Tipton Wilson was appointed 1
stamping clerk f the insurance
bureau of Mt Si ing last Thurs
day to succeed J il 1 Conner who
whoIhild
had resigned Mr Wilson is a
capable young man and his selec
tion is a good one
Blacksmith Shop For Sale
The Willoughby blacksmith shop I
on South Queen street Can be
bought at a bargain A good pay
ing business Cull at engine house
and see 0 M Willou < > hby
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AMUSEMENTS
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Madame X
Madame X the supremely
triumphant drama of mother love
which Henry W Savage will
offer Friday December 30 ex
actly ns in New York and with a
notable cast of metropolitan play
ers at Tabb Opera Mouse is the
work of one of the most fecund
and expert dramatists France has
produced Alexander Bisson is
the author in question Oddly
though M 1 Bfsson has written so
many plays h Madame X is the
first he has produced that is se
rious Practically all its prede
cessors have been either farces or
I i g h t comedies Incidentally
many of these amusing works
have been translated into English
and produved with fine success in
this country It is also interest
ing to note tha + like Madame X
they have seen the glare of the
footlights successfully in England
Germany Russia and a score of
other countries
countriesI
I he Blue Mouse
FPW farces have contained as
many natural complications ns is
said to be the case in The Blue
Mous Cuu > Fitchs latest farce
which Er Carpenter will offer
here for the first time next Mon
day Jan 2 Matinee aijd Night
at the Tabb Opera House The
farce has met with immense suc
cess in Germany where it has run
for over a year It has also met
with favor in France Austria
Sweden and Denmark When
produced in New York the metro
politan critics recognized the mOl
its of the piece and accordingly
the criticisms were unanimous in
their praise If you scant to see a
good play a play tjnt is i worth
while dont fail to see The Blue
Mouse
Sir SALK i
Seats for the night performance
go on sale at Vhitea Drug Store
Saturday December JJl 1 1110 1 at
10am Matinee tickets on sale
110
at box office at 10 a 111 Saturday
Improving Nicely
The many friends of Stanley
Brown who was operated on for
appendicitis at Lexington will be
triad to learn that he is improving
nicely and will soon be able to be
i brought home
Where Wind Slops Trains
It Is a common occurrence for a
trnln to be brought to a standstill on
the Scotch highlands by the winds
force 4i
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Matinee and Night
Monday Jan 2 I
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E CARPENTER x
CARPENTERPresents
Presents I
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CLYDE FITCHS SENSATIONAL
ADAPTATION From the GERMAN
GERMANI I
The Bile Mouse
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The Talk of All Europe i f
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14 Months at Lyric Theatre New York
6 Months at Garrick Theatre Chicago
PRICES
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funeral Directors
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MT STERLING JUNTUq Y J
PHONES
PHONESResidence
Office 479 Residence29S and 14t
Graser Humphreys
Florists
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DESIGN WORK
CUT FLOWERS and
WEDDING DECORATIONS f V
OUR SPECIALTY
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Greenhouse P lone 88
Store Phone 547
MT STERLING KENTUCKY
Fatalities Recorded on ChristmasI
Greensburg PH A cigarette
thrown into powder can causes ex
plosion three killed eighteen in
jured i
p
juredChicago 14
Chicago Holly wreath turns on
erns cock one asphyxiated
Greenville TexFreight train
derailed three killed
Xenia 0Overheatedstove
throws out fumes one killed
Boston Man falls from I otcl
roof amt is killed I
Indic napolis l Ind Automobile i
runs over and kills boy 1
Weston W VaLaIUP ex V
plodes in house twin boy babies
burn to death
Indianapolis Husband burns to
death while Irving to rescue wife
Beaumont Tex Jostling of
buggy explodes dynamite one
killedSavannah
Savannah Ga Train runs over
and fatally injures man
Covington Ky Twoyearold
boy found dead when Christmas
gifts are distributed
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WANIED WANTED i
YOUR SCRAP IRON LIVE GEESE HENS
ROOSTERS TURKEYS AND EGOS HIDHS
FURS TALLOW BHlSWAX FEATHERS AND
GINSENG FOR WHICH I WILL PAY Till
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
17 to Apr i E T REIS
WINCHESTER
rionument Works
WINCHESTER KY
HEST WORK LOWEST PRICES
Let me know your wants and 15 will call on
4you and sue you money
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Matinee 25 35 50 and 75 Cents4t
Night 35 50 75 and 100 4t
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