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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, December 28, 1910, Image 5

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Jamey Judge of Winchester
was in the city lust Friday
r + 0r Cv W Conmton is visiting
Natives in Webster county
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Prof R L Cord is visiting in
Fleming and Mason counties
Charley McClain and wife of
Salt Lick visited here last week
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Joe Connor spent Christmas
tin j yjih relatives at Owingsville
e Y jI Sewell the popular flour
stalest n is spending the holidays
I Jit hole
holeGeorge
S George Kearns of Cincinnati
is visiting the family of W O
Chenault
Messrs Tom Mobcrly and Jil
son Whitsitt spent last week at
Danville
E Y iNelson has returned for
the holidays from Winterville
Mississippi i
MississippiJames
James Pre + vitt nndwife of
Jackson are thc guests of John
Robinson and wife
Charlie Nesbitt of Lexington
spent Christmas with his mother
Mrs Fannie Nesbitt
Richard Winn is spending the
lh1and
and Mrs John G Wfnn
1Mr and Mrs George G Hamil
tonhave returned from a visit to
their daughter in Tennessee
Charlie Chenault of Lexington
spent Christwas with his parents
Mr and Mrs W O Chenault
Clarence Stephens who has
been in Cincinnati for several
Tueen s returned home last Friday
J W Hedden Jr will attend
the Kentucky Press Association
which meets in Louisville todiy
the 28th
Circuit Judge T B Manna and
wife of Snndy Hook spent sev
era days last week with the family
of J B Cecil
Miss Elizabeth Madden of
Nicholasvilte was the charming
visitor of Miss Nolle Tipton for
l Christmas I dance
Miss Elizabeth Cockrell will at
I tend the wedding of her brother
I Chenault Cockrell which takes
J place in Middlosboro tonight
Foster It gems was in Lexington
two days this week
Prof W H Haddock is spending
the holidays at his homo in Florida
Miss Lizzie Cox of Louisville
is visiting the family of William
SleddWilliam
William French of Frnnkfort
spent Christinas with his parents
inthis city
Warren Cline of Bluelield W
Va is the guest of his parents
during the holidays
Major A T Wood and Parker
Wood of Louisville spent Christ
alas here with relatives
Prof Walter O Hopper has
gone to Stanford to spend the
holidays with relatives
Miss Catherine Farm is in
Nicholnsville where she will spend
the holidays with her mother
E C Land left Monday for
Salt Lake City Utah where he
has a nice position with a railroad
Miss Ella Shanklin of Mays
ville was the attractive visitor of
Miss Paulina Judv for the Christ
mnas dance
masdanceClarence
Clarence and James Ogg two
popular traveling men of this city
are spending the holidays with
their sisters
T C Gaitskill Lloyd Fnixer
and Robert Trimble have returned
from Danville to spend the holi
days with their parents
Mrs J 1 T l1 Bright and daughter
and Mrs Roberta Mills of Stan
ford are visiting the family of
Mrs Henry C Greenwade
Richard Stofer has returner l
from Cottonplant Arkansas to
toI
I spend the holidays with his par
ents Mr jind Mrs Albert Stofer
Miss Winona Tipton who is at
tending Caldwell College at Dan
ville is spending the holidays with
her parents Mr and Mrs A L
Lipton
Mrs Prewitt Young and daugh
ter of Mt Sterling are the guests
of Mr and Mrs Price Fisbback
of Ashland a ftme Lexington
Herald
Misses Fannyo and Bernice
Clnrjwho teach at Thomson
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Station and Clay City respectively
are spending the week with their
parents in this city
Miss Katherine Spence Hcrriott
vho is attending Hamilton College
in Lexington is with her parents
Mr 1 and Mrs B F Herriott
during the holidays
Mrs G B Scnff and little son
Earl King are spending the holi
days with Mrs Sentls parents
Capt and Mrs T T Williams at
Spring Station Ky
Robt Young of Pineville L
Tipton Young of Louisville and
Johnson Young of Owingsville
visited their mother Mrs JI M 1
Young for the holidays
Mrs A S Johnson and little
daughter Judith have gone to
I spend the Holidays with Mrs
Johnsons mother Mrs Eo W
Curiden at Chambersburg Pa
Mrs Enoch Wills and daughter
Mus Edna of Salt Lick visited
Mrs D I C Gorman last week
Miss Lida Gorman accompanied
them home to spend the holidays
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Miss Alpha Enoch of Delaware
0 is visiting her mother Mrs
J C Enoch
Mr and Mrs Claude Paxton
nnd son Bartlett spent Christina
in Owingsville
OwingsvilleW
W B White attended the Ex
ecutive Committee meeting last
week in Louisville
Mrs Sarah E Winn is in Nash
ville Penn visiting her daughter
Mrs D I U Lipscomb
Mrs A M 1 Bourne visited the
family of Col Henry L Stone
in Louisville last week
Dr and Mrs R L Spratt visit
ed the hitters parents in Louis
vine several days last week
Miss Nell Whuley I is in Paris
where she will visit her parents
Mr and Mrs M 1 C Whaley
Mrs IL P Reid and little
daughter Elizabeth leave today
for Richmond to visit friends
W C Gillaspie who has been
in Lexington for several week
past is at home for the holidays
Mr William Moods of Ireland
is here to spend the holidays with
his brother Rev Hugh Gage
Moody
Mrs Eo P Bean of Birming
ham Ala and Mrs I Jacob Henry
of Chicago are visiting friends in
this city
Mr and Mrs W W Cott of
Cleveland Olio are visiting the
family of J Carroll Hamilton at
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Flat Creek
Miss Nell Whitlield teacher at
M 1 S C r is in Lexington where
she will remain with relatives for
two weeks
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Mrs Vernon II isle and Mrs
Homer I 1 lcN elllof Winchester
visited their sister Mrs Roger D I
Barnes durr g the holidays
R A Chiles and wife C 0
Chenault and wife II R Prewitt
and wife and Mrs Thos Kennedy
were in Louisville last week
Miss Elizabeth Johnson J who is
attending school in New York is
here to spend the holidays with
Mr and Mrs J J Gano Johnson
Mrs Nannie Baum and Mrs
Mary Biggerstail will leave Jan J
ugly 1 for Los Angeles Calf
where they will spend several
months with the family of Edgar
Baum
BaumMiss
Miss Julia Bell Morris who is i
attending college in Chicago is
spending the holidays vith N 11
Trimble and wife Mrs J Trimble I
met her in Cincinnati and accom
panied her home i
Dr W B Triplctt formerly 01
this city but now of Ashland
passed throusrh here Monday en
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route from Slmrpsbuvg where he
spent Christmas with relatives
D 1 Harold Johnson accomp tnied
him to Ashland where he will
spend several days before return
ing to Columbus O
Card of hanks
We want to tlmrk our custom
ers for their liberal patronage dUI
ing the recent Christmas holidays
and the entire year of 1910
We have had a good year one
that we are proudof and we want I
to thank them for their liberal
stirpjrt It is to them that our
success is due andwe want every
man woman and child who has
spent a single dollar withus to
know that we appreciate their
business
Wishing you all a Merry Christ
mas holiday and a prosperous New
Year and again thanking you for
your past favors and assuring you
that we are een more solicitious
of your patronasio in the future
than in the past
We arc your friends
PUNCH GRAVES
Give Us TimeI I
Up to this writing no one from I
Mt Sterling of either party has i
announced for a State office
Winchester NewsI I
NewsFor
For Sale
45 extra nice cattle shoats must
be sold at once J R Hobbs
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STOOPS
Many of our farmers have finish
stripping their tobacco
Looks like Montgomery county
is going to outdo Breathitt
Most all the ice houses were
tilled last week with line ice
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heavier than it did last year
A little daughter of Wm Turner
is very ill with scarlet fever
Chris Cassity came from Lex
ington Sun hmy to visit relatives
The wheat crop looks like it
was goinir to be a complete failure
Miss Alice Sanders has gone to
suend the holidays with relatives
in Fleming county
Miss Lutie Quiscnoerry closed
her school Friday She gave the
scholars a nice treat
Some men we know of must
have a spite at whisky for they
try to drink it all up
Ray Goodan and wife of Pres
ton visited relatives here from
Saturday till Monday
Chas II Jones has bought a
line farm near Millersburg and
will move to it March 1
For over a week our roads
have been almost impassible
being a solid sheet of ice
Oliver Ficklin of Levee and
Clay Ficklin of Camargo camp
Sunday to visit H I I C Ficklin
Will F Turner has been illa
Indianapolis with blood poison
caused from f a scratch on the hand
Stoops sends greetings to the
ADVOCATI correspondents and
readers and wishes them a Merry 1
Christmas and Happy New Year
James Crockett of this place
and Miss Anna Jackson of Pres
ton eloped to Ironton Ohio last
week and were married They
will reside here
Stanley Trimble son of Squire
John C Trimble and wife and
Miss Mattie Crockett laughter of
Thomas Crockett and wife eloped
to Catlettsburg Wednesday night
and were married They returned
Friday and have since been re
ceiving the congratulations of their
many friends These are excel
lent young people andwe trust
that their matrimonial venture
will be crowned with success
WilY HE DOES IL
Druggist WI S Lloyd Gives Rea
sons for Selling at HalfPrice
It isnt often that I have faith
enough in the medicines put up by
other people to be willing to offer
to refund the money if it does not
cure said druggist W S Lloyd
to one of his many customers
but lam glad to sell Dr How
ards specific for the cure of con
stipation and dyspepsia on that
planThe
The Dr Howard Co in order
to get a miick introductory sale
authorized me to sell the regular
fifty cent bottle of their specific
for halfprice 2cents and al
though 1 have sold a lot of it and
guaranteed every package not one
has been brought back as un
satisfactory
lam still selling the specific at
halfprice although I cannot tell
how long I shall be able to do so
Any person who is subject to con
stipation sick headache dizziness
liver trouble indigestion or a gen
eral played out condition ought to
i take advantagcof this opportunity
If the specific docs not cure them
they t can come right back to my
store and I will cheerfully refund
their money 2H25
Win Prize
IW I II Strossman the popular
insurance man was one of the win
ners in the Book Lovers Contest
of the Louisville Post his part of
the prize being 500
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Lost fine Cow
R r 1 Hunt lost a tine Jersey
cow last we > k from eating sugar
cane
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Powder Baking
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aPowder made Jjj l
1m Ii i from Royal Grape If
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made from grapes
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No Lime Phosphate
Wendling Denied a New Trial
Joseph Wendling who was con
victedjDecembcr 3 of the murder
of eightyenr old Alma Kellner
and given a life imprisonment
sentence by a jury was denied a
new trial by Judge James P
Gregorylin the Criminal Court in
Louisville and was formally sen
tenced to the penitentiary
penitentiaryNotice
Notice
To the Public
By a resolution duly adopted Iy
the City Council at its last meet
ing until further notice Ulll per
sons desiring to tap the sanitary
sewer system recently completed l
must first obtain written permit
from the undersigned under
whose supervision all taps must
be made
madeV
W A SAMUEL Mayor
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How About It
The Massachusetts I woman wlo
wants a divorce from her husband
because he is constantly engaged
in prayer has perhm PS prayed in
court for just what he is earnestly
soliciting in heaven Courier
Journal I
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Christmas Gift
to relatives and friends be a picture of the
little ones in whom they are so interested
It will he appreciated
To secure the best service and attention
to detail come now before the rush
The Bryan Studio
Studiot t
HUMAN RACE NOT DYING OUTf
Population Decreases In One Country
While It Makes Great Gains
In Anpther
Much is made of the fact that the
population of France is decreasing
Is it because we all shall be losers
if the death rate of that country con
tinues to exceed the birth rate Or
is it because the rest of the world is
especially fond of the French Or
is it because we fear that some day
the population of the earth will be
so small that human beings will not
lie numerous enough to combat wild
beasts and other evils which are suc
cessfully combated today
Whatever may be the feelings with
which the rest of mankind beholds
the steady decline of the French peo
ple in numbers the fact is there are
still people enough on this planet
for while the population of France
has increased only 3000000 since
181 that of Germany has increased
50000000Would
Would it not be better then to
look on both sides of the population
picture It also might be well to
consider this fact If the French
people have done their turn on this
planet the planet may have to recon
cile itself to seeing them disappear
or mingle with some other race
SURE
Mrs Denton Holme In her new
set of china she has one hundred and
fifty pieces
Mrs Knowsitt Its in a good
many more pieces today She just
hired a new cook a couple of days
ago
WHAT HE WISHED
Gausler who meets dyspeptic
Weigler coining from dairy restau
rant where he has been breakfast
ing on oahuealSay old man
youre looking miserablewhats the
troubleWeiglerOh
Weigler Oh Im regretting that
Im not a horse
Gausler Regretting that youre
not a horse
Weigler Yes a horse is happy
when hes feeling his oats
TAKES IT SERIOUSLY
I 5U > put e you know Borem re
marked Wiseman
Only just well enough to say
How are you replied Marklev
Well dont do it
Dont do what
Dont say ITow are you for if
you do hell hold you up for a quar
for of an hour or so and tell you
Catholic Standard and Times
THE ONLY WAY
801 said the good man you in
tend to be a doctor when you grow
up
Yep Tommy replied
And why have you decided upon
the medical profession
Well a doctor seems to be the
only man that I t keeps right on gottin
paid whether his work is satisfactory
or not
DEER IN MAINE
Maine doer are increasing and one
reason for their great numbers this
summer is because they are able to
obtain excellent feed from young
shrubs in the burnt districts
Last winter was remarkably mild
in northern Maine The deer wau
dr l redabout at will obtained plenty
< if food and so were not killed off by
disease
diseaseUSUAL
USUAL ATTRACTIONSI I I I
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I spent my summer in the Yel
lowstone The geysers mare wonder
ful Its a great resort
The Yellowstone may be wonder
I fun but it will never be a resort un
I til they have a boardwalk and a gey
i ser of orangeade Louisville Coui
ierJ ournal

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