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TIKE OF TRAINS AT HT. STERLING
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1 Sleenintr. Dinine and Parlor Cars on
Consult agents for,, particulars.
Lexiogtoo & Eastern Ry
" O & K Junction. .
" Bealtj ville Junction
" Catnpton Junction .
' Claj City
" L. & E Junction . .
no. 1 No. a
A. M. P. M.
9:00 5 07
Winchester. . . .
" L & E. Junction . .
" Clay City
" Campion Junction .
" Beattyville Junction
O. &.K. Junction. .
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1 T.. &. E. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1
r nd 3, will make connection with C. &. O
,1 Ry. for Mt. Sterling, Ky.
I CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos.
' 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with
f Mountain Central Ry. to and from Camp
j ton. Ky.
"BEATTY VILLE JUNCTION Train
' No. 2 will make connection with L & A
' Ry. for Beattyville, Ky.
O. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 3
and 4 will make connection with Ohio &
' Kentucky Ry. for Cannel City, Ky. and
O. & K. stations.
Gen, Passenger Agent
Organized at Meeting in Jackson
1 or caitors uepresenung
The Mountain Press Associa
tion was organized at a meetintr of
editors, representing the thirty
two newspapers located in Eastern
Kentucky at Jackson last week.
Editor Gibson of the Breathitt
County News, was" elected Presi
dent; R. C. Musick, editor of the
Jackson Times, Vice President:
and Samuel R. Hurst, of The
Beattyville Enterprise, Secretary
One of the important matters
discussed was that of adding a
course in journalism to the curi
culum of the Kentucky State
University, a resolution being
adopted urging that the matter re
ceive attention of the State Leg
islature and that an appropriation
be made for this pot pose.
A resolution was unanimously
adopted entering a protest against
the practice of the government
printing stamped envelopes. The
resolution urged that the Nelson
bill receive immediate action at
the hands of the committee.
In the evening the visiting
editots and guests wete tendered a
banquet by the Commercial Club
at the Imperial Hotel. A number
of speeches and toasts were given.
The Mountain Press Associa
tion extended an invitation to the
Kentucky State Pi ess Association
to hold its mid-summer meeting in
Jackson, the invitation having pre
viously been extended by the
DR. G. W. COMPTON, Dentist
Mt Sterling, Kentucky
(Succeswr to l)t. Ilioun.j
All Work QuaranteetTand Prices Riga
Ollice in Mm tin Ituililinj;. l'lionc 52!
DR. S. F. HAMILTON
- Dentist -
Office: Odd Fellows Building
MT. STIRLING, K.
I 10 to 12 n. 111.
' Real Estate Real Estate
i THE WORLD IS MADE OF
LET IS SELL YOU A PIECE OF IT
WE HAVE FOR SALE
of all sizes and prices, city
residences and vacant lots,
Letf .Us show you our list
d before you buy
LIST YOUR FARM WITH US NOW
Any busiuess entrusted to us will re-
V eive our immediate and prompt attention
Choicest of all kinds of FRESH
and CURED MEATS
STAPLE and FANCY
S. .P GREENWADt
The Man who handles only the BEST
Yankee Doodle Stock Company.
Will open a three nights' en
gagement and a Saturday matinee
at Tubb Opera House, beginning
Thursday night, March 9. On
the opening night they will pre
sent a big double bill, the great
New York Society nla.v. "In A
Woman's Power," and the bright
est comedy ever written, "The
Yankee Doodle Girl." Six big
vaudeville acts are introduced
each evening! Singing, dancing
and musical specialties by Ruby
Bergen, Babe Russell, Clyde Long,
Bennio Gould, Curson Sisters aud
Dave Derden, musical comedian.
There will be special scenery for
each production, and an entire
change of program is given each
evening. Popular prices for this
engagement only 10c 20c and 30c.
The place to get engraved call
ing cards is the
Advocate Pub. Co., Inc.
1 to 4 p. 111.
PAUL K. McKENNA, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offico O-var "Vanarsdall ds Co.
Nlht Calls unsueieil piotnptlr by liugin).
(Cj-2 1 lugs, or coming to office.
H. R. PREWITT
M t . Sterling, Kentucky.
Office: Court St., opposite Court
House, Samuels Building, front room upstairs.
DR. D L PROOTOR
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.
Office over Lindiey & Rodman, Cour
Office Mrs. Leo Games', 97 W. Main St
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Phone 457 26-3111
DR. J. L. McCLUNG
Ollitulu Reynolds Uldjf, Covin A. MaHillcSU
mt. sti:ki,i.g, ky
Live Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Furs,
Feathers, Sheep Pelts and Wool
(J Hadden & Evans
J Office 28 Court St.
- Residence, Antwerp Ave. Phone 546
MT. STERLING, KY.
Bloodine Cough Checker will
puickly allay that hacking irrita-
1 tion accompanying a severe cough
or cold. The safest and surest
remi$& for children. Keep a bot-
tle constantly at hand. Sold by
W. 'S.Lloyd. 26-3m
G. D. Sullivan & Co.
W. Locust Street Mt. Sterling, Ky.
13 iyr 'Phone 474
"They must be very new to
"Why do you think so?"
"The sandwiches that were pass
ed around at their reception last
night were so thick one did not
need to take more than three of
them to get a bite."
for Sale Quick.
Ten horse-power gas or
gasoline engine. A bargain
if sold at once. Call at
tf. Advocate Office
DR. G. m. MORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Livery Stable.
Office Phone 49S Residence, 24.
Calls answered Promptly.
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Olllcout Amlcison &. Iloaidiiiiin'ri.Utciy Stable
Olllcc 1'lione 13", Residence l'hone 531
Cull- miawcicil promptly EHinlnntion fiui
Assistant State Veterinarian.
:- Lovc-Lettcrs That Live.
In the ordinary breach-of-prom-ise
case such letters as are read in
court are more likely to cause
amusement than to stir the chords
of tenderer emotions. Once in a
long while, unexpectedly, is struck
a true note of passion, of pathos or
of despair, so individual and so in
tense as to arrest instant atten
tion. The cry of a hurt woman
coming straight from the heart
carries home with an effect that
the most polished products of fic
tion fail to reproduce.
The pages of novel writers
abound in love letters labored with
great skill, but where are there
any so moving as those penned,
without premeditation, for the eye
of one person? Abelard and Ile
loise were not thinking of pos
terity but of themselves. Mle.
de l'Espinasso hardly dreamed of
a publisher who would print her
sentimental outponngs for genera
tions of unborn readers to linger
over. George Sand was fond of
making her characters, male and
female, indite long passages of
eloquence to each other, but she
never was able to make them ex
press the depth of feeling reached
in the letters exchanged between
her and Alfred de Musset in the
course of their disastrous intimacy.
Balzac never approached in his
fifty-odd volumes the heights of
emotion revealed in the famous
collection of letters to his Etran
ger, the Polish lady Mine. Hanska,
who after seventeen years of cor
resoondence became his wife only
a few months before his death.
The greatest love-stories in his-
rv..a. nn1 1 . ma t a. ma mm mL.II
IVI,7 li'w 111 .IWtMvUiu 141 U Ol.il
those that are genuine, and no
love-letters have equalled those
written not in wooing fortune but
in wooing a woman.
Profit By New Rate-Postmaster
General Hitchcock Shows Ef
fects of the Bill.
Postmaster Walker, of Lexing
ton, has received a communication
from Postmaster General Hitch
cock in regard to the new postal
bill now pending in Congress,
raising the rate on the carrying of
magazines which carry adver
tising. No Kentucky publications will
be effected by the law, the letter
says, as all of the seventy-six
periodicals, other than newspa
pers, published in the State are
exempt, and no newspapers will
be affected. Under the new bill
sixteen periodicals will be enabled
to carry advertising for the first
time. The communication in full
"From an analysis of the seventy-six
periodicals, other than
newspaueis, journals and the like,
published in Kentucky and ad
mitted to the mails as second class
matter with the privilege of car
rying adveitisements, it appears
that not one will be affected by
the section of the pending postal
bill providing for increased post
age on the advertising pages of
"The higher rate does not ap
ply to newspapers of any kind, in
ducting farm journals and similar
publications that print current in
formation ol news value, nor does
it affect pei iodicals that mail less
than 4,000 pounds at each issue,
as happens to be the case with
every one of the seventy-six Ken
tucky periodicals now cariyit.g
"On the other hand the pro
posed legislation will grant for the
first time to sixteen periodicals
published in Kentucky the right
to carry advertisements. These
sixteen periodicals, a list of which
follows, fall into the category of
periodicals admitted to the second
class without the advertising privi
lege under the act of ,Jul.. 10,
1891, and comprising the publica
tions of incorporated institutions
of learning, of fraternal, scientific
and professional societies, etc.
"As these sixteen periodicals all
mail less than 4,000 pounds an
issue the postage on their adver
tising pages will be at the present
rate of one cent a pound.
"It is, therefore, apparent that
so far as the periodical publica
tions of Kentucky are concerned,
the postage rate fprovision in the
pending postal bill will carry ot.l.s
"Bulletin of Berea
Berea quat terly.
"Bulletin of Bethel
Russellvillo, quiu terly.
"Bulletin of Kentucky
an College, Winchester, quarterly.
"Bulletin of State University of
Kentucky, Lexington, monthly.
"Central University of Ken
tucky Keeord, Danville, bi
monthly. "College or the Bible Quarterly
Bulletin, Lexington, quarterly.
"Eastern Kentucky Review,
"Georgetown College Bulletin,
"Hamilton College, Lexington,
"Lincoln Institute Worker,
"McLean College Record, IIop
"Normal Bulletin, Bowling
"Phi Gamma Delta, Louisville,
"Pikeville News Lette, Pike
"Spencerian, Louisville, weekly.
"Transylvania University, Lex
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S YOUR CHANCE
Great Cut Price Sale now going on
Bargains in Clothing, Shoes, etc.
Prices cannot be equaled any place
m the city
Come and see us and be convinced
I Click Bros.
$: 22 South Maysvii'iti Si re ex
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ROBINSON, the JEWELER
has tuoied hK store to the hcautiful Rey
nolds building, corner Court andMajs
He invites all his friends to yive him a
call at his new place. The stock will be
more complete than ever before
EVERYTHING NEW STYLE AND UP TO DATE
jGfc-A 11 " -1 . , V " . l A L ' V. ' Ol - -M - Jl -. - ' J
Succeeds Like Success
and everyone knows
That the place to get full value for
your money is .at.
W. A. Sutton d3 Son's
Furniture, Carrpets, Rugs, Etc.
A. W. Kirby has purchased the
transfer business of M. M. Philipps
and will meet all trains, lr you
have any baggage you want de
livered see him. Moving and haul
ing of all kinds. Day phone 286.
Night phono 260. 13-6ra
for Sale Privately.
A small farm of about 70 acres,
one mile from city. All good to
bacco land. Good tenant house.
Twenty acres, sod never broken.
Terms easy. Good tobacco barn
if Drico suits me. Also 120 tons
clover hay, good.
35-tf. Wm. G. Marshall.
Uo tho iPooplo of 97fonigomori County
and Gastern Jfantucct
who are wanting Insurance, try
ing different agents and some
of' them being persuaded by
other agents to accept policies
in other agencies because other
ajjents argue that they will give
them polices just as good as
tffitf are thoy just as Sood?
Do you know almut any of th"w e """11 R9 you do Hoff
man, the best known insurance agency today in Ken
tucky ? More than sixty years old, andjfdoing more
business than any agents in Eastern Kentucky. WHY ?
Because they are the best known and reoresent the best
companies in the world, some il them over 200 years old.
The penalty of making a mistake may fall on you. In
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chances. See and
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