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IhiersoiVs Drug Store.
Ptiono 129. No. 10 Court St.
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i PERSONAL. J
Miss Hattio "William is visiting
friends in Winchester this week.
Mrs. George R. Snyder and chil
droa'aro visiting relatives in Rich
mond this week.
Mrs. W. G. Reasor and daugh
ter, Miss Ollie, left Saturday for
Huntington, W. V., to visit Mr.
Henry G. Reasor.
Mrs. H. Clay McKee, who has
been visiting at Columbia, Mo.,
forithe past four months, returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fitzpat-
rickjand Miss Anna Mary Triplett
; jjeft. Sunday for Eustis, Fla.,
where they will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Markwell,
of Fleming county, and Mr. E. B.
Markwell, of Louisville, are the
guests of Mrs. O. S. Million this
jMrs. Mary Kidd and daughter,
' Mrs.Sherman Strain, of Lexing-
ington, visited the former's sister,
.' MrsUAmanda J. Reid, last-Wed1
- Dr. N. C. Morse, of Eldora,
3fc- Iowa, is in the city visiting a sis
ter, Mrs. W. O. Chenault. The
doctor expects to attend court at
Stanton Thursday, where he is
interested in a big land suit.
Hon. Martin J. Wade, a cele
brated attorney of Iowa, will assist
the Morse heirs in their land suit
in Powell county this week. Mr.
Wade'will visit the family of Mr.
W. O. Chenault while in this sec
tion.' Extra Good Clothes for Boys.
Puncfi, Graves & Co.
- On November 13th, to the wife
of Robert Hampton Montjoy, a
t M; girf&aby, this being their second
The Thanksgiving services will
be held at the Baptist Church,
conducted by Rev. A. H. Hibsh
man, of the Presbyterian Church.
13 not a Bargain Counter Commodity
But an article of
REAL MERIT and STAPLE VALUE
SOCIAL rzUENTS. 8
MISS HAMILTON ENTERTAINS.
Miss Virtna Hamilton delight
fully entertained a number of her
friends at her country homo oil
last Thursday evening.
Mrs. J. Stockwell Samuels will
entertain with a Five Hundred
party at her homo on Holt Aven
ue'this (Wednesday) afternoon.
' FOR MISS MORRIS.
Mrs. Lee Orpar and Mrs. S. B.
Carrington will entertain at the
home of Mrs. Orear Friday after-1
noon with a Euchre in honor of
Miss Julia Trimble Morris.
Mrs. R. A. Chiles entertained
with a reception at her handsome
homo on North Maysvillo street!
last Thursday afternoon. The col
or scheme of green, pink and yel
low was carried out in every detail
and the whole house presented a
most festive appearance. Mrs. J.
G. Winn and Mrs. J. L. White
received the guests in th'o hall and
ushered them into the parlor,
where, standing with Mrs. Chiles
were Mrs. J. B. Goodpaster, of
Owingsville, Mrs. Fannie B. Good
paster, Mrs. H. B. Ringo, Mrs. W.
P. Huntington, Misses Catherine
Spence Herriott, Julia Trimble
Morris and Garnette Robinson.
Mrs. Chiles was assisted in enter
taining by Mrs. Lewis Apperson,
Mrs. J. Will Clay, Mrs. L. T.
Young, Mrs. H. B. Kinsolying,
Mrs. J. A. Vansant, Mrs. A. J.
Gatewood, Mrs. R. L. Coleman,
Mrs. Howard VanAntwerp, Mrs.
Pierce Winn, Mrs. D. C. Fox,
Miss Elizabeth Apperson, Mrs. W.
B. White, Mrs. Albert Hoffman
and Miss Louise Lloyd. A large
number of guests enjoyed Mrs.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Vanarsdell's. - - -
The Walsh Co. is showing the
latest in men's suits and overcoats.
The marriage of Miss Garnette
Robinson to Prof. Walter 0. Hop
per will be solemnized at the
home of the bride's mother, on
West High street today. Only
the relatives will be present.
One of the most beautiful wed
dings of the season will be cele
brated November, 28th at the
Christian Church when Miss Julia
Morris Trimble becomes the bride
of Mr. Alfred G. Gates, of In
dianapolis, Ind. The bride is one
of Mt. Sterling's most popular
young women, and her approach
ing marriage is being looked for
ward to with much interest.
"It stems to ms that w an mtJk
ing absolutely no headway ia our s
forts to spread culture through tbia
"Oh, you're mistaken. We hare
good reason to baUera that culfaut
is spreading. Wegota great may
things in 'cartons' now that used to
oome in packages."
Will find some Extra
Just come and see how
far your money will
go with us on
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
V THE SIGK. j
Tho condition of Mr. J.'IM.
Fieratt remains critical.
Master Ducrson Prowittjis con
valescent after an attack of. diph
Master Reid Prowitt, wholwas
threatened with diphtheria, is able
to be up and will soon be out
Mrs. H. G. Tabb and little son,
Lanpdon, who have been quite
sick for several weeks past, aro
getting along nicely.
Your cake and bread will be as
white as snow and your digestion
good if you use tho celebrated
20-2t Roberts & Ringo.
New ties at Walsh's.
Master Commissioner's Sales.
At the court house dooi Mon
day, Master Commissioner Jno.
A. Judy sold tho residenco and
storehouse at Sideview, belonging
to Mrs. Mary A. Turloy, to Al
Anderson for $1,005. Ho also
sold a small dwelling on Queen
street to Dr. J. F. Jones for
$805, and one on same street to
Omar Dickens for $855. A small
negro house was sold for $165.
Wear Walsh's underwear.
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
One large and one small gas
heating stove. Apply at the office
of Advocate Pub. Co., (Inc.)
KASNT Of FWOWtWML
TJo you rrown unconact
from, habit or defective ereMgfat;
naked an elderly woman, of a yowrig
gMjha, other day. Continuing:
"Do you realise that each frown
ltww.ua your ehacoa of popaiarttp
your- Abdco for making; Meed?
Ton may not bo so ereaa ea yea kdfc,
bat fee ttotM. k not fetaf to kit
tt (naMt to dfaooror ik.
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do oos iImAw a ftwra. tfaawAwM
twt ft futnnu rf a Tmmk cad Iht
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hft'm MOTrlittf Haw Wsmaa m
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will mr Wiv.
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tt tnapea, mrj, frotfuloom cr Wl
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BAfN ANO MUUBJt.
"I Iran roc for tor nerr
said tfw rkli cM. goWnaw, 4wn K
had Boboeadtd in getting tli baMeV
falgirl to bvUn to him.
"Bot bow can I b y&ar van;
"Why why, you oaa many aaa,
"I rappoee I oonld, bot dBrt yen
think, if yon roally went ra, H
would be afcr to adopt ra?
From a scries of elaborate chemical tests.'
Comparative digestibility of food mader. with
different baking powders.
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was rnado
with each of two kinds of baking powder cream
of tartar and alum and submitted separately to
the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same
length of time.
The percentage of tho food digested is shown as
Bread mado vrilh Royal Cream of Tartar Powder:
99 Per Cent.
Bread made with alum powder I
67 Per Cent. Digested
Royal Baking Powder raised food is shown to be .
of greatly superior digestibility and healthfulness.
Ltwm to keep your own affair
locked up in your heart, but be will
inff to listen to otberV eorrowa.
fhcro is no use in the world in
harping on tha crazy tcar-maldng
electa of Ufa.
Be patient wtth the faaha of
other and be patient with your own.
But docrt talk about the worriea and
tzasb of overyday eilBtence.
There ii no senie in that at alL It
ia a tremendoua waet of energy. No
one went to hear about indmdual
tvoqfcfes. Qmatant talking about
oo3i troebka is a sure path to
chrocto fault-finding, bickering and
family rows that cause more misery
than anything else on earth. And
what good does the talking do ? The
sympathy you get doeant amount to
a row of pins.
Individuals of the right sort resent
being pitied. Dont be a sympathy
Srafka lead you back to youth,
teaes dreg you quickly to old age.
Xsuadcy Skinner has been trying
cpi ma intcrcetod in a land boora
ka 9Tev Jersey.
ITiMaum Pshaw! that traot of
Ut is psaotioally worthless. I dont
hjfWrs anything could cvor hre
ViwWfij- Ahl I guess thar6
1m moant; he told me uwrt
afilions in H. Catholic Stand-
ami and Timet.
Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Paintings on China, London, 1887. Special
Pottery and Porcelain Exhibition, Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia, 1888.
First Prizes for Pottery Modeled and Decorated, and for Painting Underglaze.
Exhibition of American Art Industry, Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia,
1889 First Prize Gold Medal for Faience.
Exposition Universale, Paris, 1889. Gold Medal.
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. Highest Awards. Also, exhib
ited in the Fine Arts Building by invitation.
Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900. Grand Prix.
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Gold Medal.
Exposition Internationale de Ceramique tt de Verrcrie, St. Petersburg, 1901.
International Exposition of Modern Decoratie Art, Turin, 1902. Diploma of
Honor (Grand Prix )
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis. 1904. Two Grand Prizes.
Jumestown Tercentennial Exposition, 1907. Gold Medal.
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3$ryan dc Whitehead; jewelers
PRESS OF ARCTIC REGION
Several Journals That Are Published
North of the Polar Circle Appear
Only Once a Year.
There exist sererol journals that
make their appearance only once a
year. These are published within
the confines of the north polar circle.
The Eskimo Bulletin, for exam
ple, is edited near Cape Prince of
Wales, on Bering strait
Here, in a Tillage inhabited by
Eskimos, the English missionaries
hare established a school, and a
only one steamer lands at this place,
and that only once a year, the new
that it brings is consigned to a sheet
of paper printed with the mimeo
graph. Its size is 8x12 inches. The pa
per is very thick, and only one sur
face is used.
This Eskimo Bulletin in a sub
head claims to be the "only yearly
paper." Thia, however, is an error,
for thtre is an annual sheet pub
lished in Qcdthnab, Greenland,
where a small printing office was es
tablished in 1862, whence news
sheets and lithographic prints have
The journal in question is entitled
Atnagagdlintit, nalinginarraik Tusa
ruminassumik, that is. "Something
for Raading ; JLeoounts of ill Sorts
of Entertaining Subjects." The lan
guage is that of Ghrtenland, a dialect
of the Eskimo. Nrw York Herald.
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