MT. STERLING ADVOCATE.
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ITEMS, NEW AND TRUE; THOUGHTS, GENEROUS AND GENTLEMANLY
MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
linkers Declare fr
The Mississippi Bankers' Asso
ciation in annual meeting just held
at Guilport, discussed tho best
method for banks to advertise and
unanimously camo to tho conclusion'
which was expressed in a resolution
that tho use of newspaper space
was the best method of advertising
and that it should bo used continu
ously instead of spnsraodically.
The body was addressed by R. L.
Gurnsy, of the Commonwealth
rust Company of St. Louis, who
s a firm believer in newspaper ad-
-ertisinff and declared that all other
plans offered were merely "lem
ons." Tho newspaper is the surest
and most direct manner to obtain
the attention of tho public and
being read by overy class it fur
nishes a means of publicity with
vjhich nothing else can compare.
Business men are all tho time
learning that tho newspaper fur
nishes the best of all mediums of
publicity and it is rapidly displac
ing all other methods. A leading
Chicago theatre has just cutout all
the other kinds of advertising and
now uses only tho newspapers
whichjit finds produces the best
results. The old couplet Early
bed, early to rise, work likeh
and advertise," should have this
line added: "And tho newspaper
he'll use if he is wise for in it all
the value lies." W. P. Walton in
holiday shopping at
Stetson and Youman Hats.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Mrs. Sarah E. Wills, aged 72
years, died at her home in this city
Saturday night after a brief illness
of pneumonia. The funeral serv
ico was-held at her lute residence
Monday morning with burial in
Machpelah Cemetery. Deceased
was the mother of Mr. Nelson
Wills, of" this city, and was a
highly respected and much loved
"Treadeasy," the great health
shoe for women rebounding rub
ber heels, cork cushion insoles.
18-tf W. H. Berry & Co.
Spring lamb and country ham at
Move to Winchester.
Mr. G. W. Ogden and family
moved to Winchester yesterday.
Mr. Ogden represented tho Metro
politan LifeJInsuranco Co. in this
city and has been promoted, with
headquarters at Winchester.
Buy the boy a rainy day outfit
at Walsh's. Only a few loft.
If in doubt, let us assist you in
selecting your Xmas Presents.
What would be more highly ap
preciated than a nice piece of .'.
OUR LINE ISi, IMMENSE
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Wt A. Sutton-A Son
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Given By Local Bar In
Compliment to Hon.
C. C. Turner.
An Elegant LHHChcos Was Served
At Bingo's Cafe.
Tho banquet given by tho bar in
honor of the recently elected Ap
pellate Judge, Hon. C. C. Turner,
of this city, Saturday evening at
H. M. Eingo's was very much en
joyed by all present.
The menu, which was elaborate,
was deliriously prepared by Mr.
Ringo's chef and was served in an
Judge H. K. French acjed as
toastmaster and short speeches
wero made by Messrs H. R.
French, C. O. Tumor, W. H. Holt,
J. H. Hazel rigg, E. C. O'Rear, R.
H? Winn, W. B. White, Jno. G.
Winn and R. A. Chiles.
In addition to the above named
gentlemen there wero present
Messrs R. G. Kern, H. R. Prewitt,
Jno. A. Judy, C. D. Grubbs, A.
A. Hazelrigg, W. C. Hamilton,
Ben R.'Turner, H. Clay McKee,
BenSW. Hall, B. F. Day, D. L.
Hazelrigg and Earl W. Senff.
boxes for Christmas at
Three rooms on first floor of resi
dence, also one front office over.J.
Clay Cooper's pool room.
18tf Mrs. Eliza M. Jordan.
for Sale Privately.
My residence on North Maysville
street. Henry R. Prewitt.
Ties for Christmas at Walsh's.
Blood Poison Feared.
Several days ago Mr. Charlie
Duff had tho misfortune to step.on
a nail while doing some work
around his barn. The injury has
caused him much suffering and
blood poisoning is feared'. About
a yeaV ago Mr. Duff stuck a nail
through his foot In almost the
same place and had a very serious
time with it.
There is more than one brand of
smokeless powder that is danger
ous to mankind.. '
OLDIPAPERS For Sale Cheap
at this Office.
Christmas garters at Walsh's.
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uo Our Subscribers
'READ THE LITTLE YELLOW
LABEL ON ?OUR PAPER AND
IF IN ARREARS KINDLY SEND
CHECK OR CALL AND SETTLE
OUR EXPENSES IN MOVING
OUR PLANT WERE VERY
HEAVY AND WE TRUST OUR
SUBSCRIBERS WILL RESPOND
PROMPTLY : : : :
Come to see us in our new home,
opposite the Government
Ex-Qov. Beckham Announces
For United States Senator.
Former Governor J. C. W.
Beckham has issued his formal
announcement as a candidate for
tho United States Senate to suc
ceed Senator W. O. Bradley.
Governor Beckham states that
when ho retired from tho govern-.
orship it had been his intention to
give up public life, but he had re
ceived so many assurances of sup
port from the press and the peo
ple of Kentucky that ho decided
to enter the senatorial contest.
He declares he stands on his re
cord as Governor and that he is
heartily in favor of progressive
measures outlined, in the Demo
. Place your Christmas order
early for Huyler's candies.
Geiger's Pharmacy, Sole Agent.
We are laying aside goods now
for Xmas delivery. a
Jones' Jewelry 'Store.
Miss Lillian Hemrich has ac
cepted a position as teacher in the
Ashland Public School. Miss.
Heinrich is a splendid teacher and
the Ashland school is indeed for
tunate in securing her services.
Who? What? Why?
Who? J. W. Jonesf 40 years
of fair dealing.
What? Tho largest stock of
diamonds and jewelry in Central
Why? Something everybody
wants, can bo found in tho varied
line at Jones' Jewelry Store.
Hog 'Killing Time.
Let us kill your hogs lor you
wo will render the lard and make
your sausage. Our s 1 a ugh tor
house is modern and up-to-date,
everything strictly sanitary. Try
us. Phone 100.
Largest, best selected stock of
Jewelry, Diamonds, Cut Glass,
Bric-a-brac, Toilet Goods in Cen
tral Kentucky at Jones'.
0ae of Hart's Slavers Caught.
Jim Brown, colored, better
knownjas "Shine" was arrested at
Renick Station last .w.eek, by the
station agent, Luther ftpeyes,,. .Al
though he denies that he shpt Hart
in the crowd wUa tte fat&w0
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were ffreJ g.&vr-3&&
Manhattan shirt at Walsh's.
W. C. T. U.
There will be a comfort tacking
this afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
B. W. Trimble. Come at one o'-
clock. At the same place on
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
the regular business raeetinc will
be held, also the box for the Hind
maji School will be packed. Any
one desiring to contribute to this
box will please send to Mrs. Trim
ble's. Articles needed in this school
arc: comforts, bed and table lin
en, preserves, jellies, fruit, rulers,
weights and measures, colored
crayons, lead pencils, maps, clocks,
a picture of Robt. E. Lee, test
tubes, overalls, all sizes, kinder
garten supplies, thimbles, thread,
scissors, safety pins, adhesive
plaster, surgeon's supplies, etc.
Santa Claus is coming. You
will iind the best of tho season's
offerings at Jones' Jewelry Store.
Fruits, nuts ( ond candies at
prices that are right at
22-4t. Phone 100
Sterling Club Elects Officers.
At a meeting of tho Sterling
Dancing Club held in this city
Sunday, Mr. William Oldham was
elected President, Thos. Grubbs,
Vice President and Mr. Marvin
Gay, Secretary-Treasurer. A pole
of tho members of the club was tak
en to ascertain whether or not
turkey trotting will be permitted
at the future dances, the new offi
cers being willing to abide by a
decision of the majority.
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Ducks, geese, chickens and tur
keys for your Christmas dinner at
Jones' Jewelry Store has stood
the test of time. Forty years of
fair dealing. Wo guarantee each
piece of goods we sell.
Miss Mattio Clay Triplett to
please call at this office for a ticket
to "Tho White Squaw," which
will be played at tho Tabb Opera
House Monday, December 9th.
corduroys always tho
Dwelling Five rooms and hall,
natural gas, 1 acre of ground and
stable. Well located.. Apply U
.T.F.Rogers A Son.
Initial linen handkerchiefs at
Solemnized at Christian
Miss Julia Trimble Morris Became
Bride of Mr. Alfred G. Gates.
One of the loveliest weddings
ever witnessed in this city was
solemnized at the Christian Church
Thursday evening, November 28th,
at seven o'clock, when Miss Julia
Trimble Morris became the bride
of Mr. Alfred G. Gates, of Indian
The beautiful Episcopal ring
ceremony was performed by Rev.
Geo. S. Kennard and Rev. II. D.
Clark, tho bride and groom stand
ing under a most beautiful wedding
bell. The whole church was deco
rated most attractively, evergreens
and palms forming a background
for tho handsome decorations of
yellow and violet. Over tho aisles
of the church arches had been
erected and from them streamers
extended to the sides of the church.
Prof. Reynolds, of Lexington,
accompanied by Miss Lodcma
Wood, rendered several selections
on the violin, and just previous to
the entrance of the bridal party
Mrs. Roger Drake and Miss Lode
ma Wood sang "To the Betrothed,"
accompanied on tho pipe orcan by
Mrs. Charles W . Kirkpatrick.
The gown of tho winsome bride
was a truly wonderful creation of
cut velvet en court traine with a
front panel of satin embroidered in
pearls and bodico of Venice and
Princess lace. Her veil was caught
to her coiffure with a wreath of
orange blossoms and she carried a
shower bouquet of orchids and
lilies of the valley. Miss Mary
Ray Trimble, who acted as maid of
honor, wore an exquisite imported
gown of gold charmeuse with an
over drape of chiffon and lace em
broidered in pearls and rhinestones
with a girdle of violet pun-velvet
to match her slippers and picture
hat. She carried an enormous
muff of violets and orchids.
Tho bride entared the church to
the strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march leaning on the arm of her
distinguished father, Hon. Nelson
H. Trimble, and proceeded to the
altar, where they were met by the
groom and his best man, Mr. W.
B. Gates, of Indianapolis, whore
the words that made tho happy
couple one wero spoken.
The ushers were Messrs Win. N.
Harding, Jr., G. P. Hemingway,
of Indianapolis; Robt. Gardner, of
Middlotowu, O., and Robt. M.
Trimble, Jr., of this city.
If You Have Money
We Want It
If You Want Money
We Have It
. B. PATTERSON IiiMw
Tho bride was ono of tho most
popular young women in this city,
whose charming personality, petito
manner and lovely graciousness
made her always a favorite.
Mr. Gates, while known to but
fow of our people, has made quite
an impression on them by his gen
tlemanly manner. Ho is a member
of an old Indianapolis family and
stands high in the business world.
Tho many beautiful and useful
presents received by them were
evidences of the esteem and love
that their host of friends had for
After a wedding trip to the Ber
muda Islands tho young people
will bo at home to their friends at
That the best that this life has
to offer shall always be theirs is.
the sincere wish of the Advooate-
Immediately after tho wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Trimble
entertained with a reception at
their palatial home on North Mays
ville street in honor of the young
couple. In the receiving line wero
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Trimble, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred G. Gates, Mr.
and Mrs. W. N. Gates, Mrs. A.
B. Gates, Mrs. Kelly Jacoby, Mr.
and Mrs. O. T. Byram, Miss Mary
Ray Trimble and W. B. Gates.
The ladies who assisted in enter
tainging were: Mrs. Robt. M.
Trimble, Mrs. Albert Hoffman,
Mrs. J. A. VanSant, Mrs. Lewis
Apperson, Mrs. Pierce Winn,
Mrs. W. B. White, Mrs. R. G.
Stoner, Mrs. R. L. Coleman, Mrs.
R. A. Chiles, Mrs. Howard Van
Antwerp, Mrs. Carroll Chenault,
Mrs. W. It. McDaniel, Mrs. J. H.
McConehay, Mrs. Chas. Kirkpat
rick, Miss Elizabeth Apperson
and Mrs. Lee Orear. Mrs. B. W.
Trimble had charge of the register.
The magnificent home was deco
rated in yellow and violet, the
color scheme being carried out to
the smallest detail.
Prof. Reynolds' Orchestra, of
Lexington, furnished the music.
Among the out-of-town guests
who attended the Morris-Gates
nuptials Thursday evening were:
William Threlkeld and daughter.
Miss Elizabeth, of Lexington;
Miss Josephine Threlkeld, of
Nicholasville; Miss Lida Trimble
Hughes, of BloomOeld; Mr. Geo.
Cheschier, of Louisville; Miss
Margaret Thomas, of Middletown,
O., Mrs. J. H. McConehay, Mrs.
Win. McDaniel and Miss Alice
Morris, sisters of the bride, of
Charleston, W. Va; W. N. Hard
ing, Jr., and G. P. Hemingway,
of Indianapolis; Robert Gardner,
of Middletown, O., L. B. Craig,
of Louisville; Miss Martha Quig
gle, of Lincoln, Neb., R. 1. Cord
and wife, of Catlettsburg; Mrs.
Reid Rogers and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, of Washington, D. C,
Miss Helen Lafforty, of Lexing-
Concluded on page S
Surplus and Profits, $80,000
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