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Duerson's Drug Store.
Phone 129. No. 10 Court St.
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j PERSONAL. j
Mrs. Joe Scott visited in Kich
jnond last week.
Hulan Kemper, of MUlersburg,
-was here lust week.
- R. H-: Winn has returned from
a months trip to Florida.
Mrs. F. W. Bassett is visitinjr
friends in Birmingham, Ala.
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iriends in Lexington last week.
Mrs. Mn.ymc Satterwhite was in
Louisville several days last week.
L. Tipton Young, of Louisville,
D. N. Young and, daughter,
Mrs. Minot Davis, have returned
from a trip tq Florida. .
Miss Helen O'Rcar, of Frank
tort, visited Mrs. K. L. Coleman
for a few days last week.
Grover C. Anderson left .Sun
day for Kansas City, Mo., on a
visit to his cousin, Ben Bush.
Dr. J. A. Shirley was called
Sunday to the bedside of his sister,
who is very ill at Ford, Ky.
Mrs. Day, of Hazel Green,
came on Monday evening to visit
her father, J. G. Trimble.
V. F. Crooks, our popular
Sheriff, spent Sunday in Louis
ville, presumably on business.
Mrs. G. H. Strother and son,
Paul, have returned from Florida,
where they spent the winter.
Andrew Wyatt, qf Chicago, at
tended the funeral of his father,
F- M. Wyatt. here last week.
Mrs. Bruce Trimble on Monday
returned from a visit with her sis
ter, Mrs. M. G. Buckner, at Ow
ensboro. Miss Sallie Owings, of Rich
mond, and Miss Lydia McArkle,
of Birmingham, Ala., were guests
of Mrs. K. 0. Clarke the past
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shropshire
attended the funeral of Matt
Simpson in Lexington last Mon
day. Mr. Simpson was an uncle
of Mr. Shropshire.
On Saturday evening B. W.
Trimble returned from a lie
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Mr. John Stokley is very ill at
his home in this city.
Mr. Albert Hoffman is able to
be out again after several weeks
Miss Mary Willie Guthrie, who
has been sick for several days, is
You will need lace curtains, and
we can supply them 2i yards
long for 40c per pair; o-vards
long 75c and SI. 00 per pair.
Door "panels 25c. The Fair.
TABB OPERA HOUSE,
Commencing Thursday Night, March 9
Harry Sutherland's Original
:j Yankee Doodle Stock Company
Introducing the clever little Commeclian, CIA'DH LONG, and the
1 eccentric Musical Comedian, DAVK DJSRDHX.
BIG OPENING BIIvL
" IN A WOMAN'S POWER
A condensed version of L,a Belle Marie, and the brightest comedy
"THE YANKEE DOODLE GIRL
Six Big Vaudeville Acts, Singing, Dancing and Musical Specialties.'
Entire change of program each evening. Special Scenery for
Popular Prices: Children 10c. Adults 20 and 30c.
Special Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m. Prices 10 and 20c.
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, March 6-7-8 Greater PictltfGS
To the wife o. K. P. Thomas,
last Thursday, a Hue ten pound
girl Anne Elizabeth.
was in this cit.y
Mrs. C-J. B. Senll' and Anise
Hunt wcr in Lexington last week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson vis--ited
relatives in Lexington last
K. L. Coleman has returned
from a business triD in Eastern
.Mrs. Thomas Combs has return
ed to her homo in Lexington,
after a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Newton Duff, of the county.
the first of the i week's trio to Kunsnc nnmmnn.
nied by his sister, Mrs. Green
wade, who will visit relatives here
and at Hazel Green. She has
been sick for several months.
The ladies of the Y. W. B. A.,
will give a sock social at the resi
dence of Rev. W. J. Bolin Thurs
day night for the benelit of the
parsonage fund. Everybody invited.
Your presence most earnestly
requested durimr our
Spring .Millinery Opening
on Wednesday and Thursday,
March loth -and lGth. This exhi
bition will be a litting display of
all the latest and most fashionable
You Are Welcome.
Roberts & Mastin,
Mt. Sterling, Ky,
Moves to This County.
Clay Hoskins has moved from
the Golf farm in Clark county to
the Grigsby farm of o40 acres in
this county, which he has rented
for the coming year, paying $'2,000.
Fifteen acres for tobacco, twenty
live for corn, balance in irrass.
This is considered one of the best
tobacco farms in the county.
Of Interest to Ladies.
The Rogers Co., Inc., announce
their Spring Opening March 15
and 10. Their display of ladies'
tailored suits and notions will be
the most elaborate ever shown in
this city. See advertisement.
Card of Thanks.
To the many friends and neigh
bors who so kindly assisted me
during the illness and death of my '
beloved wife I want to express my I
most grateful thank. !
Roy R. Alexander.
STRAYED From my place
on the Camargo pike, Saturday, i
Feb. 25, a black sow, weight about!
200 pounds, slightly lame in left
hind lesr. A suitable leward will
be given for her recovery.
W. H. Wyatt, Route 1.
. Everything the market affords.
Where? Vanarsdell & Co.
Paint and whitewash brushes,
10, 15 and 25c. One-half pint can
of paint 15c; one pint can of paint
25c. This paint is guaranteed.
Horse brushes 10 and 25c.
See the spring and summer
styles in Knox and John B. Stet
son hats at Walsh Bros.
Good, sound wagon team.
J. W. Jewell.
Mt. Sterling's Leading
Shoe, Hat an'
WILL GIVE AWAY A
Fine Shetland Pony
He is a handsome little ani
mal, sorrel an.d white spotted,
beautifully marked, 3 years
old and good average size; is
This pony will be on display
on the streets of Mt. Sterling
SATURDAY, MARCH 11th..
Conditions to win this pony
will be made known Saturday-morning.
PUNCH & GRAVES
SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS
Sale of Stcpstonc Farm.
W. Holfman Wood, agent, sold
for S. S. Estill his farm near
Stcpstonc to J. W. Wheeler and
George Wheeler, of Morgan
county. The farm contains about
102-j acres, and was sold for $8,500.
Possession to be given March '20,
or sooner. After the sale was con
summated the Estills failed to de
liver contract and it is said suit
will be brought by Messrs. Wheel
er to enforce the sale.
The m a n
w h o makes
make it as
who buys any
.other t o u r
it will be as
who uses any DOlTtWiStl 3
it wore sx GetHit
for the best
I. F. Tabb
Has now arrived, and if .yo.i want
! to purchase some handsome lots I
have them for sale in the
These lots are the most desirable
in the city and are rapidly increas
ing in value. The price will be
advanced in a short time. If you
want to buy, see
W. Hoffman Wood
The Man Who Sells the E r.h
or W. A. Sutton or G. H.
Wall Paper! Wall Paper!
We have just received 2,000
bolts of wall paner that we are
going to sell at 5c a bolt. First
comes get the pick.
Anyone having manure they
want hauled let me know and I
will be glad to haul it for the
manure. S. I Grcenvrr.dc.
3) feet of first-class shelvirg,
with bins under same. About yO
drawers to go under any shelving.
T. F. Rogers.
For the Gardener.
A case for gardeners Is as nest a
it Is possible to make such a com
pendium of tools. In It are harbored
a pruning knife, thorn scissors and
those for gathering flowers, nosegay
wire, a measure, a note book aud oth
er convenient ittms.
Choice Timothy hay for sale by
the bale. V. A. Hois,
108 W. Locust St.
Buy John B. Stetson hats from
S. P. Green wade.
Buy tha J. and M. shoes frcm
A Few Choice
In Water Color
The Rriifin Studio
get our e-ti:iintes on
We also lay the best pavement that
money w'll buy. Posts for building pur
poses any size or lengths. Our concrete
walls cannot be surpasrei. Anything
that can be done with stone we can do
with concrete and the difference in cost
would surprise you.
F. C. MAINLINE & CO.