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H. R. PRBWITT
ATTORNEY-AT-UAW.
If t . Sterling, Kentucky. '
Office: Court St., opposite Court
Howe, Samuels Building, front room up-
, stairs.
DR. 6. IN. IIORTON
Veterinarian
Office at Peed & Horton'a Livery Stable.
Office Phone 49S Residence, 34.
Calls answered Promptly.
3-lvr
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Veterinarian
Offlco and Hospltal'on High Street
9ca Phone G51-3 Uceldcnco thono 6S1-1
ill answered promptly Kximlnatlons free
Assistant State Veterinarian.
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Company
TIME OF TRAINS AT MT. STERLING
In Effect Juno 2. 1912
(Subjeot to change without notloe)
LEAVE
For and From
ARRIVE
x 6:54 a. m.
Louisville
112:39 a- m
x 9:37 p. m.
t 8:59 a. m
t 7:05 p. m
fCteairti
. x 347 P. n.
- ' ' 55 a- m-
i f j 2:03 p. m.
;v, 9:30 a.m.
Louisville
Lexington
Lexineton
Rothwell
1:5s P. m.
( New York
l Wash'gton
I Norfolk
I Richmond
Hiuton
1 2i39 p.m.
x 6:54 a. m.
9:37 ;P- in-
x 3-47 p. m.
i 8:59 a. m.
Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars on
KjfHS; "Express Trains.
.' Pnnciill- ntrpnta for rarticulars.
m''r x Daily.
t WpeVilavs.
"Eexiogton & Eastern
Railway-Company
Westorn Division
3Bast-Boia.aa.d.
STATIONS
No. 2
Dally
P.M.
No. 4
Daily
A.M.
Lv. Lexington ....
" Winchester ....
" L. & E. Junction . .
" Clay City
" Campion Junction .
" Torrent
" Beattyville Junctidn
" Athol
" 0. & K. Junction.
" Jackson
Ar. Quicksand ....
:35
2:17
2:35
3:05
3:47
4:04
4:25
4:52
5H9.
5:25
7:20
8:03
8:18
8:50
9:27
9:44
10:04
10:30
10:57
II 05
11:25
7-est-Bo"a.3a.d..
No. 1
Dally
A.M.
No. 3
STATIONS
Dally
P.M.
Lv. Quicksand . ...
.Lv. Jackson
' O & K. Junction. .
" Athol
" Beattyville Junction.
" Torrent
" Campion Junction .
" Clay City
" L. & E. Junction . .
Winchester
Ar. Lexington ....
1:25
1:50
i:57
2:22
2:51
3:12
3:30
405
4:37
4:50
5:35
5:05
5:lO
S35
6:03
6:2S
643
7U9
7:51
8:05
8:50
Eastern Division
KASTBOUND WESTBOUND
No 10
Dally
Ex. Sun.
No. 9
Dally
STATIONS
Ex. Sun.
11:50 a m
12:12 pin
12:50 "
1:50 "
3:10 "
6:30
Jackson . . .
12:40 p m
12:12 "
Haddix . . .
Whick . .
11:40a m
Krj pton . .
Hazard . .
Whitesburg .
10:40 "
9:25
6:00
coariTBCJi'ioasrs.
LEXINGTON Tram No. 1 will make
connection at Lexington with the L. &
N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make
connection with the L. & N. at Winches
ter for Cincinnati, 0.
CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos.
I, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with
Mountain Ceutral Ry. to and from Camp.
ton, Ky.
BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains
Nos, !, 2 and 3 will make conneption
ith the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville.
O. & K. JUNCTION Train No. 3;
daily, and No. 4, daily except Sunday,
will make connection with O. & K. Rail
way for Cannel City uud O, & K. stations.
CHA8. 8COTT
Gen. Pawsnger Agent
HARM OF GOSSIP
ISDESCRiBED
Mrs. Pemcroy in Academic, Im
personal Discourse Tells ef ,
the tvll of Gossip. (
. Thoro is in our midst a (lestt
pest far moro dangerous than the
most infectious diseuso, far worso
than the most deadly of reptiles,
for the rattlesnake gives warning
of its upprouch, tlio pest never; it
works in a quiet, stealthy manner,
leaving tears, sorrow and heart
aches in its wake, and the name of
this pest is gossip, slanderous,
malicious, murderous, house to
house gossip. In the guise of
friendship they would enter your
homo in their smooth way, gain
your friendship nna in a moment
of conQdenco you confide somo
secret sorrow, some heart acho
which is hidden from the world,
only to see it afterward held up
before a curious public us so much
carrion to be pecked at by hur-gry
gossips and rolled over as a sweet
morsel under their tongues. Cane
was a murderer and as such a mark
was placed upon his forehead and
he was left a wanderer on the earth,
and so it is with gossips, their very
acts mark them and they are.known
by them. Unable to help, them
selves, their victims are left woun
ded and heartsick while they go
mercilessly on wounding and hurt
ing and ruining characters and
tearing down reputations. , 1
There is, however, a time when
all will be made right, for "the
wheels of God grind slowly, but
they grind exceeding sure,?' and
when death's angel touches them
gently and says "come," when ma
terial help has failed them and they
turn to their God with cries of
help, they will open their eyes to
see standing around their bedside
pointing with avenging fingers to
the broken hearts, the faces lined
with sorrow, the tear-dimned eye
and the wound too deep for heal
ing, and as they close their eyes to
the horrible picture and would
wave them away with their hands,
their shriveled, shrunken soul calls
to God for help, and as they meet
their Maker the words and their
meaning come in all their force
and strength, "Vengeance is mine"
and truly He hath spoken well It
is not only the living who suffer
from .their slanderous, venomous
tongues, but they slander and ma
lign the dead as well. They do not
know the meaning of the word
sacred. The more they can distort,
magnify and misconstrue the ac
tions of others and clothe them in
garb of their own distorted making
the happier they are. They are
like a thunder cloud in a clear sky,
you feel safer when you can watch
it even though you cannot prevent
their contemptible, malicious, ven
omous falsehoods. There are no
words in the English language that
can express the feeling one has for
a person who would carry as gos
sip the sorrow of a home, no one
but u murderer at heart would ex
pose to the world a heartache
shielded and kept from the eyes of
a curious public, no one but an
evil-minded, malicious person
would willingly carry false stories
of the dead, who in their life they
did not Know, only by talking of
the dead could they hurt the liv
ing truly the mark of Cain is on
their forehead.
Elizabeth Pomukoy.
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M RICHMOND. KY.
V A Training
School for Teachers
CotrMiUfidloc to KlcmtoUry,
intennwuaMftoci un bum ucr
Bo&mU of Kwtnckr, 6pcU
TJ Oounea and Btvlaw
UAettoa. Valid la Hi PvblU
Court. TulUoa Fr to lp
i.ntvnod.lMktel, iwmulUtUlaf kallll.c
ctMt, dtpwtmntot rlcullur.. w.fl ilppl
Miaieu. i tpunaia aor
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trutl tehooL
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T.lr4 Tun Jtautrv
tool .fa. Jan. If,
ITroaru Term April r, numrn
"W"f"'"" J. O. ORABBB, Present,
Aug. 1913
'TrrJBFvTfl
iWMmdjojmgL
The BEST is always the cheap
est. If in need of furniture, car
pets or rugs, see
' W". A. Satteo & Sob.
CHANCE f OR ADVOCATEREADERS
Coupon WsrtN 5c If Presented
at W. S. Llsytf's Drug Store.
In order to test tho Advocate's
great circulation and its superior
ttdvortising value, we havo made
arrangements with W. S. Lloyd,
tho popular druggist, to offer one
of his best selling medicines at half
price to any one who will cut out
the following coupon and present
it at his drug store:
Coupon
Thi9 coupon entitles the holder to
one 50c package of Dr. Howard's spe
cific for the cure of constipation and
dyspepsia at half price, 35c. 1 will
refund the money to anyone dis
satisfied. W. S. LLOYD.
Twontyfivo Gonts
If you cannot call at his store,
cut out tho coupon and mail it with
25 cents, and a 50 cont box of the
specific will bo sent you by mail,
charges paid. Do not put it off.
"Ono today is worth two tomor-
lows.
17-20
"With so much hot air in tho
world, it's sad that wo still have
to patronize the coal trust.
For any pain, from top to' toe,
from any cause, apply Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Pain can't stay where
it is used. lm
. m
If you imagine the world owes
you a living you will find it a poor
paymaster.
for Sale.
A solid walnut wardrobe in good
condition. Apply at this office.
ti
For Sale.
Window curtain ten feet wide.
This curtain has only been used a
short time and is as good as new.
A bargain. Apply at tho
Advocate Publishing Co.
A man who is always saying,
"When I'm a friend I'm a friend,"
will also bear watching.
The best that's made in furni
ture, carpets and rugs.
W. A. Sutton & Son.
If you are a free horse, make
up your mind to be ridden to
rlnn fit
'Phone S. E. Kelly & Co. for
Fresh and Cured Meats. 12tf
Transfer Wagon.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
hauling. For prompt delivery to
and from trains, 'phone 321.
9 tf Geo. W. Anderson.
All men are born free and equal,
but most of them get over it by
getting married.
Home-killed meats at
Greenwade's,
No man can be called a hopeless
fool until he has made a fool of
himself twice the same way.
Malaga grapes at Vanarsdell's.
There never was a big man who
wasn't considered little by some
people.
If you expect your friends to
fight your battle, you are apt to
get whipped
FOR SALE!
Cottage $1, 375
Cottage . . 1, 600
Cottage . 3,000
3-Story Residence.... 3,000
3-Story Residence.... 3,600
3-Story Residence.... 4,000
Cottage.......... 4,000
Cottage 3.900
Farm.- ioo per'acre
I'arm 135 "
Farm....... ......' 105. ,"
Farm .100,. "
Farm II0,t , "
&c.
-'
W, HOgPHANv WOOD
TteMwWIw Sell the Efth.
HINTS FOR THE
. BUSY HOUSEWIFE
Handy Storage Closet Built
Under Stairs.
A convenient way for utilizing space
beneath stairs is shown in the sketch
of storngo shelves. This space Is
often wasted unless somo such ar
rangement Is made. As shown, a
tight cupboard Is built beneath the
stairs. Inside this cleats are placed
on a level with each second step and
running from the steps to the bark
wall of the closet and then across the
back, which. If desired, may be ar
ranged as a door to be kept closed
until cleaning time. On these cleats
are sliding shelves long enough to
reach from tho rear of the step to the
back wall. They are provided with
upright fronts. One Is shown drawn
out at A. Tho hoe B Is used for draw
ing tho vegetables forward and
should be long enough when held at
arm's length to reach the back of the
longest shelf.
Roast Goose.
Prepare tho goose the day before It
Is to be cooked. Steam the bird two
hours before roasting and stuff with
this mixture: Two cupfuls of soft
breadcrumbs, ono cupful chopped ap
ple, one small onion minced, salt, pep
per and a little sage to taste. Put it
into a hot frying pan with two heap
ing tablcspoonfuls of butter and stir
until apple and onion are cooked. Do
not fill the goose too full. Cover the
bird with thin slices of bacon (stick
them on with toothpicks), baste fre
quently, cook until tender and serve
with spiced apples.
Cook three and one-half pounds of
sugar with a quart of vinegar, a
handful of whole cinnamon and cloves
until It is thick, then put In some orai
apples and let them simmer until
they are tender, but do not let them
break. Remove from Ore, put on a
dish with stems up, then add to sirup
a cupful of sugar and boil ten min
utes. Pour this over apples. When
the goose Is ready to serve surround
with spiced apples and garnish with
parsley.
Plum Pudding and Hard Sauce.
One cupful chopped suet, one cupful
raisins, one cupful currants, one-halt
cupful chopped cltrou, one cupful
blanched and chopped almonds, one
cupful moldsses. one cupful sugar
four eggs, two cupfuls Ono bread
crumbs, one teaspoouful each cinun
mon, cloves, nutmeg, allspice, one
half teaspoouful salt, one pint flour
with one teaspoouful baking powder
sifted with it, one level teaspoouful
soda dissolved In a little wurm water,
mid the last thing, flour the fruit with
part of the flour, put In puddiug
molds and steam four hours.
Hard Sauce. To one-half cupful but
ter gradually add ono cupful powder
ed sugar, flavor with vanilla or nut
meg. Sardines a la Lozere.
One can of good French sardines nml
two good sized onions coarsely chop
ped Place In the center of a large,
quite deep dish. Pour over the onions
the oil from the sardines and a little
more olive oil, according to taste; one
third cupful of vinegar, salt and pep
per. Then take from four to six hard
boiled eggs und cut in halves. Mix
thoroughly three or the yolks with tUe
onion mixture. Arrange the remainder
of the egjw around the edKP of thf
dish with a sardine on each side.
English Walnut Pie.
Beat the yolks of two eggs and half
u cupful of sugar to n cream, add one
tablespoonful of lemon Juice, thejuiee
and half the grated rind of an orauKt'
and one-half cupful of chopped ISnc
list) walnutN Line n deep pie plnlc
with pantry and when half baked mtil
the flllliiK with a meringue mnde of
the whites of two eggs, two table
spoonfuls of sugar and two tnh'e
spoonfuls of chopped nuts. Beturu to
the oven and bake until u rich brown
Saratoga Jam.
Take live puiinds of cranberries and
flvo pounds or gramiltiU'd sugar, uue
pound needless rnWns. chopped fine
four oranges. Juice and grated rind
Put all Ingredients Into n preserving
kettle, cook them for about forty 111I11
utes, or until like iimrraiiltulu lnt
Into Jelly glasses Cover with paraf
fin when cold. This cuu be made all
winter and is delicious with poultrv
and meats.
Dressing For Wild Duck.
Put In pan one tablespoonful of but
ter, one cupful of seedless raisins, one
half cupful of currants, one tablespoon
ful of tart Jelly, two tablespoonfuls of
sugar,, one pint of apples cut fine, cov
er and let steam for a few minutes,
take off stove and when cold add one
cupful of breadcrumbs, one egg and
mix well. This Is excellent for wild
duck.
7Ndlttk
TutfsPills
will ave the dyspeptic from many
days of misery, and easble blm to eat
whatever he wishes. They prevent
SICK HEADACHE,
cause the food to assimilate and nour
Ish the body, give keen appetite,
DEVELOP FLESH
and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar
rnntri -i
Toko No Substitute.
The noor man enn tnll his
troubles to the angels, but some-
tunes he gets tircu waiting for a
long-distance answer, and hangs
up tho receiver.
Notice.
I have recently purchased from
Li. M. Freeland the ccneral repair
shop on South Maysville street,
near tho depot, where I will be
prepared to repair guns, revolvers,
bicycles, sowing machines, typo
writers, etc.; also small lathe work.
Tho patronage of the oublie is re
spectfully solicited. Very truly,
17-3t O. W. Potts.
yurey
P
oose
Incorporated
MT. STERLING, KY.
This house is owned and managed by Farmers and run in
the interest of tobacco growers. We can sell your tobacco
as high as any market, because all the big manufacturers
will have buyers on our floor. Experienced men employ
ed to handle your tobacco to the best advantage.
Rejection FREE.
You Get Your Money
the day tobacco is sold. Give us a trial and you will be
satisfied not only with courtesies shown, but with the price
your crop brings.
First Sale, November 30th
Burley Loose Leaf Co.
Jno. H. Blount, Secretary
B. F. Mark,
17-3m
1913 Models of The
Following the "14 Important Improve
ments" of 1912, the Hendee Mfg. Com
pany announce no less than a dozen ad
ditional new features in their 1913 model
of the Indian Motorcycle.
By far the most significant feature of
the new machine is the Cradle Spring
Frame. It is something entirely new, a
radical departure from the conventional
bicycle and recent motorcycle systems of
"springing." Briefly, the new device
consists of the application to the rear
wheel of the Indian Cradle Spring device
as used on the front fork for the past
three years.
Extending back horizontally from the
frame joint cluster under the saddle,
flanking the rear mud guard, are two 7
leaf Chrone Vanadium steel springs. The
"C" shaped curls at the rear end of
these springs are connected by stavs to
bell cranks on which the rear axle is
hung. The forward end of the rear fork
has a hinge joint which enable the rear
wheel to yield to imperfections of road
surface. All shocks are completely ab
sorbed by the leaf springs. The rear
wheel can go through almost any vertical
motion without affecting the body of the
PREWITT & HOWELL, Agents.
CUT OUT THIS AD.
MOLES and WARTS
MOLESOPP
for the removal of MOI.ES and WARTS without paiu and leaving neither
scar nor mark
is the same remedy that we sold your grandmother, and has, since its first
appearance upon the market, carried with it the UNANIMOUS INDORSE
MENT of MAN and WOMAN.
MOLESOFF was the best in pioneer days, is still the best today. Our
long experience protects you. Wc guarantee.
Letters from personages we all kuow, together with much valuable in
formation, are coutained in an attractive booklet, which will be sent free
upon request. .
If you have any trouble getting MOLESOFF, send one dollar direct to
the undersigned.
One hundred dollars in gold will be paid to the party mailing to us a
picture of themselves before and after using MOLESOFF; these pictures to
be accepted, and used by us, for aclvertising-MOLESOPF. One million peo
pie will see your picture with and without an ugly growth on your person.
FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO., Dept. A 255
3.26t PENSACOL'A, FLORIDA.
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Following is a list of days Couu
ty Courts aro held in counties near
Mt. Sterling.
Bath, Owingsvillc, 2d Monday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Monday.
Clark. Winchester, 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexi.igton, 2d Monday,
Fleming, Flctnmgsburg 4th
Monday.
Harrison, Cynthiana 4th Mon
day. Madison, Richmond, 1st Mon
day.
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3rd
Monday.
Nicholas, Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
$100 Reward
Will be paid to any person having any
kind of pain or ache, if Shipp's Quick Ke
lief Liniment fails to give instant relief
and the purclnse price is not ref unded.Try
it and see. 50c At All Druggists.
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
Trouble with some folks, is that
they all want to be drivers of tho
Prosperity wagon, and mighty
few the laborers to load it.
jCeaf jfcouse
Asa Bean, Manager
Treasurer
Indian Mortorcycle
machine. There is "no bottom" to this
spring device. The life of the machine
is greatly increased.
The Engineering Department of the
Hendee Mfg. Co. devoted 18 months of
exhaustive test to the Cradle Spring
Frame before filially deciding on its adop
tion for all models of the 1913 Indian.
In addition to the Cradle Spring Frame,
the 1913 Indian embodies 10 other im
portant improvements which will be ap
preciated by motorcycle riders in general.
Prices remain the same as last year.
New style, single clinch rims; larger
tires, wider mud guards front and rear
with larger splashes; casing for upper
stretch of transmission chain and curve
of sprocket; larger luggage carrier in
rear, fitted to all models; foot rests, as
well as pedals, fitted to regular 4 h. p
and 7 h. p. models; foot brake lever fitted
on left side now operates band brake as
well as the pedal action; larger size mul
tiple disc clutch now fitted to all models
alike; improved Indian t) pe saddle.
All roi3 Indians will be chain driven
and finished in Indian red only.
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