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STERLING ADVOCATE.
ITEMS, NEW AND TRUE; THOUGHTS, GENEROUS AND GENTLEMANLY
JP VOLUME) XXII
MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1912.
NUMBER 17
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PASSED
AWAY
One of Montgomery's
Most Excellent Wo
men Dead.
Hati Been Resident of This County
for Many Years.- '
At 9:30 o'clock Inst Wednesday
vylit it was again the misfortune
of Montgomery county to lose one
f
its most excellent Christian
women in Mrs
Sarah Walker An
derson w.ho, after a long illncssof
heart trouble, passed to the Great
Beyond to be with the Master she
bad served so- long and so faith
fully, and while her going causes
sadness to many, her beautiful
Christian life and the example she
' set will leave its effect in the com-
inunity for years to come.
Deceased was1 a member of the
rCumberland Presbyterian Church
" and was the widow of Mr. Matt
Vfi Anderson, who has beeiTdead
a number of years.
Tlrerfuneral, with services con
J$c4lby Rev. T. N. Williams, of
'XouiaTille, assisted by Rev. A. H.
Hibehman, was held at the resi
dence at 10:30 o'clock Friday morn
ing and burial in Machpelah Cera-
etery.
-j Mrs. Anderson is surv'ved by
vseven children: Mr.. W. T. Tyler,
"' of this cit. ; Millard W. Anderson,
of Cincinnati, Mrs. T. .J. McMa
hari, of Oklahoma City, Okla. ; Mrs
l-rx StfeweLH. Hall, xf Kansas City,
Mo.; Mrs. B. W. Stone, of Thom
.usville, Ga.;Mr.. Ernest Gillaspie,
t)i uns county, uiiu opeeu w . au
dcrson, of Albany, Ga.
The Advocate joins the many
friends of the family in extending
sympathy.
The Walsh Co. is showing tl e
latest in men's suits and overcoats.
Emmett Nelson Buys Interest
!.i R. I). Dale's Establishment.
Mr.-Emmett Nelson has bought
a ona-half interest in R. H. Dale's
harness and carriage business and
has taken possession. Mr, Nelson
is one of-this county's most popu
lar gentlemen and is sure to add
much to the popularity of this al
ready up-to-date business house.
for Sale.
Three new Cabinet Sewing Ma
( Pjhines, best make, at cost, if sold
i -" at once. W. T. Fitzpatriek, Jr.,
17-tf 121 East Main Street.
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Comfort Time
is here. See our full line of Maish Comforts.
Blankets, .both cotton and wool, for infants and
grown-ups
Without a doubt, we have the strongest line of
Coats for the money ever displayed in our city.
ThoseJ Blazer Sweaters are both cheap and
serviceable
Sole Agents ft&ZJS"
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We also carry a full line of the celebrated
Fowne Kid Gloves
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J. D. tlazelrigg & Son's
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k , Lace Curtains Carpets Linoleums A
PUBLIC
SCHOOL
New and Up-to-Date An
nex Completed and
-Ready for Use.
Contractors Lawrence & Thomas
. Turn keys Oyer to Trustees.
Contractors Lawrence & Thomas
have just completed the handsome
three-story brick and' stone annex
tq the public school and have turned
the keys over to the trustees'.
While a part of the building has
been in use for the past few weeks,
not until last week was it com
pleted. The building certainly is
a beauty and everything that could
be done for the comfort of the
teachers and pupils has been done.
The city owes a vote of thanks
to President Chas. D. Grubbs and
Trustees W. R. Thompson, L. T.
Chiles, Owen, Laughlin and J. A.
Shirley for the excellent manner in
which the school is now being con
ducted and for the many improve
ments made under their able ad
ministration. At some date in the near future,
the date of which will be announced
in this paper, the public, and es
pecially the parents of children
going to the school, will be invited
to inspct the school propertv. and
dedioijtiojj exercises will be held m
the new auditorium.
Our $13.50 silk lined suits will
please you.
United Clothing Stores.
Who?' What? Wh.? l7-4t
Baby found.
Conshleiable. excitement was
'&
caused this week over the leaving
of a Ove-week's-old white child at
the home of u negro woman in this
city by a white man. A number
of. Christian ladies heard of it and
officeiVwHiu immediately out to
work and a warrant has been issued
for a man snid to bo quite promin
ent in Menefee county, charging
him with the ciinie of wilfully de
serting an infant. County Judge
G. A. MwCormick has taken
chnige of the child and the out
come of the an est and trial is lin
ing looked forward to with a great
deal of .interest. It is hoped the
guilty party will be punished to
the lull extent of the law.
Wear Walsh's underwear.
Up-to-date furnishings at
United Clothing Stores.
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BEAUTirUL
WEDDING
Miss Arabella Bogie Be
comes Bride of Mr.
W. P. Huntington.
Wedding Solemnized at Chris
tian Church, in This City.
One of the most elaborate wed
dingS ever witnessed in this city
was solemnized at the Christian
Church last evening when Miss
Arabella Bogie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Bogie, became the
wife of Mr. Webster P. Hunting
ton, of Cleveland, Ohio.
The church was artistically dec
orated with palms, ferns, white
chrysanthemums, smilax and ca
thedral candlesticks, which pre
sented a beautiful setting for the
happy party.
It was a rainbow wedding, the
maids wearing pink, green and
lavender and carried 'bouquets of
Killarney roses. The maid of
honor wore grsen chiffon over
mescaline, the matron of honor
blue chnrmeuse, and both carried
white roses.
Tho bride's gown was of heavy
white satin with pearl and prin
cess lace trimming, with the usual
train and conventional veil caught
with a cluster of orange blossoms.
She cariied a shower bouquet of
bride's roses, orchids and valley
lilies and never looked h'indomer.
The wedding party entered at
the left aisle, the usheis, Messrs.
Cheuuult Woodford, D. Hunting
ton, Hunt Priest, Henry Ringo
and Thomas P. Sutton, followed
by the bridesmaids, Mrs R. P.
Thomas, Mrs. EmileeReid, Misses
Louise Lloyd, Ida Wise and Nell
Tipton. Next came the lovely
maid of honor, Miss Lucy Clay
Woodford, followed by the ma
tron of honor, Mrs. F. C. Duer
son, sister of the bride, who pro
ceeded to the altar and out the
right aisle to meet the charming
bride, then back down the same
aisle, each maid with an usher, the
maid of honor, matron of honor,
and little Agnes Clay and Eliza
beth Bogie, the pretty flower girls,
strewing roses in the path of the
bride, who then came with her
brother, Mr, Edward Bogie, by
whom she was given in marriage.
The bridal party formed a semi
circle around the altar, where the
bride was met by the groom,
Webster P. Hnntington, with his
best man, Mr. McKensie Todd.
Rev. H. D. Clark performed
the ceiemony, which was both
beautiful and, impressive, after
which the wedding party loft the
church by the left aisle.
Mrs. Chas. Kirkpatrick presid
ed at tho organ, and just before
the wedding purty entered Miss
Mary Crawford Lloyd sweetly
rendered'AUFor You."
Many out of town guests were
present for the wedding, leaving
on a special train later in the
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hunting
ton left in a machine and their
destination was unknown.
Miss Bogio is one of the most
charming girls in this comunity
and has alwavs been a social fa
vorite and leader, and her marri
age will be of interest to a host of
admiring friends.
Mr. Huntington belongs to ono
of the oldest families of Cleveland,
Ohio, and is prominent both in
the social and business world.
That their pathway through life
may always be lighted with the
sunshine of love and happiness, is
the sincere wish of the Adyooatk.
STOfER-
JINGO
Wedding Will Take Place
At Home of Bride's
Parents Tonight.
Beautiful deception to follow in
ilonor of Young Couple.
The mariage of Miss Mary Cobb
Stofer, the charming and popular
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas
Stofer, to Mr. Harrison Bowman
Ringo, will take place at the resi
dence of tho bride's parents on
North Sycamore street tonight.
Only tho immediate families of the
bride and groom will be present at
the ceremony. Miss Stofer is one
of the most popular girls ever
reared in this county possessing
many charming traits of character
that make the home life so attrac
tive. She is talented, cultured
and. refined and by her many lov
ing Christian characteristics has
endeared to herself countless
friends, not only in this city, but
throughout the entire Blue Grass
section.
Mr. Ringo is ono of Mt. Ster
ling's leading young businessmen,
being tho junior member of the
Ijrm of Roberts & Ringo and has
tho confidence and esteem of a
host of fiiends. Immediately af
ter the. ceiemon.v the young people
will be entei tnined with a recep
tion after which they will leave on
an extended 'biiilal tour.
Tie'AvooATK extends
wishes for a long and happy
ried life.
best
mar
Who? What? Why? 17-4t
God's finger Touched
Her- and She Slept.
After only a few hours' sickness,
Amanda, the winsome little foui-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Lester Lee, died at tho home of
h r grandfather, Mr. Thos. High
land, on the Maysville pike. The
little girl .had been placing in -the
yard only the afternoon bofoiebut
was taken suddenly sick with croup
Thursday night. A physician was
summoned but medical science was
of.no avuil and sho died early Fri
day morning.
Funeral services were conducted
by Revs. Delcamp and B. C. Hor
ton at the residence Saturday after
noon and burial in Machpelah Cem
etery. The Advocate extends deepest
sympathy to the young couple in
their bereavement and hopesakird
Providence will alleviato their sor
row. See our $10 overcoats.
United Clothing Stores.
Employs Assistant.
Dr. A. P. Thomas, of Cincinna
ti, Ohio, has been employed by
Dr. W. B. Robinson as his assis
tant at his horse hospital on East
High street. Dr. Robinson found
tho work too heavy for one man
and considers himself very fortu
nate in securing the services of
Dr. Thomas, who is a graduate of
tho Cincinnati Veterinary College.
Dr. Robinson has just had added
to his hospital a sealed operating
room with all tho modern conveni
ences. Dr. Thomas makes a speci
alty of lameness. This is tho only
hospital of tlie kind this side of
Lexington and wc are glad to seo
it prosper.
Wanted
20,000 turkeys for November
and December, for which wo will
pay tho highest market price.
16-tf G. D. Sullivan & Co.
COMMITS
SLICIDE
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If
Morton Shot
Himself With a
Revolver.
Was Slayer of Ex-Deputy Sher
iff James Stockdale.
At his homo in Clark county,
near Pilot View, "Billy" Morton,
the man who killed James Stock
dale in a saloon in this city about
twelve years ago, committed sui
cide Friday morning by shooting
himself through the head with a
revolver. About eleven o'clock
in tho morning he told his wife he
was going out on the place to feed
the cattle and believed he would
take his revolver along and see if
he couldn't kill a rabbit. In a
few minutes his wife heard a shot
but didn't think anything about it,
as she just thought Mr. Morton
had shot at a rabbit, but when he
failed to return for dinner a search
was made for him and his dead
body found just back of the barn
with a bullet hole through his
head, Tho cause of his rash act
is unknown unless it was brooding
over the killing of Stockdale.
Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon near Prewitt Sta
tion and the remains laid to rest
in the family huryinu giotind.
Mr. Moiton was a big hearted
man and had many fiiendi who
join the Advocate in extending
ynipalhy.to the bereaved tumify.
All-wool blue sergesuit, a dandy
at $10.00.
United Clothing Stores.
New Mdiiagcmciit To Br Chosen.
Messrs. C. C. Chenault, Pierce
Winn and A. B. Oldham have ic
signed as managers of the new
Farmers' Waiehou-e Company in
this city. A new management will
be selected at a meeting of thu
s ockholders to Le held today.
Who? What? Whj? 17-4t
Winchester Court.
A good sized crowd attended
Court in Winchester Monday.
About 1,500 cattle were on the
market selling at about 25 cents
1 lower than last court. A number
of mules were on tho market but
few sold. Prices were off consid
erably. See our $13.50 silk-lined blue
serge suit.
United Clothing Stores.
ATTENTION, DtMOuRATS!
Today (Wednesday, October 30)
is tho last day for supplemental
registration, and if you fail to reg
ister today you cannot vote in the
fall election, so don't fail.
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for Sale.
Seven nice meat hogs for No
vember delivery. I B. F. Mark,
11-t.f.
beautified? or TTfarred?
A beautiful piece of silver is sometimes:
' marred by poor or careless engraving
When you examine the bride's silver, compare
our engraving with the rest
ffirjan dc Whiteheacij jewelers
SURPRISE
Hill NHS
Miss Bertha Botts and,
Mr. Ene Brother Un
ited in Marriage.
Both Are Prominent Owingsville
Society People and Well Known.
Tuesday morning, Miss Bertha
Botts and Mr. Eno Brother, both
of Owingsville, passed through
this city in an automobile on their
way to Lexington where they were
united in marriage by Rev. Collis.
They were accompanied by Miss
Elizabeth Ratlin" and Mr. James
Richart, also of Bath county. The
wedding was quite a surprise to
the many friends of the couple
both here and in Owingsville.
Miss Botts is a daughter of
Sheriff fieth Botts and wife, of
Owingsville.. She is a beautiful
girl, possessed with many charm
ing graces and is recognized as one
of the leading society girls in this
section of the State. Mr. Brother
belongs to one of the most prom
inent families in Bath county; is
a splendid young business man, be
ing connected with his father in
the hardware business.
Both of the contracting parties
are well known in this city, here
they have often visited, and have
.iiiiiny 1 1 lends wlio will it uner
esieil io learn of the wedding.
Who? What? Why? 17-4t
Public Speaking Here Saturday.
Hon W. P Kimball, of Lexing
ton, will'address the voters of this
city and county at the Court House
Saturday at 1:30 o'clock. Mr.
Kimball, who is a former member
of Congress, is a most fluent and
convincing talker and it is hoped a
large crowd will be present to hear
him.
Clothing, hats, shoes aud fur
nishings.
United Clothing Stores.
lire, In Traders Bonk Buildlny.
This city had a narrow escape
from n disastrous conflagration
Sunday about midnight when
lire bioko out in the basement of
the Tinders National Bank build
ing and it was only after hard
fighting on the part of the fire de
pal tiueut that the fire was ex
tinguished. Tho origin is un
known. The damage done was
mostly by water and smoke, which
was fully covered by insurance.
The fire was in the rear of Turner's
barber shop which was also con
siderablv damaged by water and!
smoke, also covered by insurance.
Our $2.50 trousers aro Xtra good.
United Clothing Stores.
For Rent.
Cottage of five rooms on Harri
son avenue. Desirable neighbor
hood. Apply to
17tf Vanarsdell & Co.
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