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J. W. HEDDEN. JR. jEono
G. B.SENFJP Jrros
Entered in the PntoS at ML Sterling as tccocd-U taaQ matter
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Cah must accompany order. No announcement inserted nntfl pid foe
County Office $10.00
City Office S.OO
No Announcement will be inserted until paid far.
We are authorized to announce
WILLIAM O. CHEKAULT, SR.
as a candidate for County Judge, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary,
Augurt 2, 1913.
A DESERVED COMPLIMENT.
The Jackson Times has the following to say regarding our neigh
bor and friend, Hon. Jno. M. Stevenson, of Winchester:
"We suggest to the Kentucky Democracy the name of one who
will unite all fuctions of the party and who can easily be elected; one
whose record as a Democrat cannot be criticised or excelled and whose
ability is equal to either of the other gentlemen or any other aspirant
for senatorial honors, Hon. John M. Stevenson, of Winchester.
"Mr. Stevenson is a native of Scott county, having removed to
Clark county about ten years ago. He is well and favorably known
throughout Kentucky and can poll a larger vote in a primary in the
mountains than any man of whom we know. The Seventh district
never had a more popular man and his strength in Western Kentncky
will not be surpassed even by Mr. Stanley. A more able lawyer does
not reside in the Commonwealth and should he enter the race for
United States Senator he will win and establish for himself and his
State a record equal to our beloved OHie James."
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QmtWs retin Ik dram.
ZMh M. Harris writ preufhi aV
the Tabb Opera Hease Mea
day, December 9th. strikes a dis
tinctly higher note kba the arer-
ge comedy drawn. The scene is
laid in the backwoods of Michigan
and the time is supposed -! be
1820, bat the play is constructed
on a human background, which,
in its exhibition of emotions and
passions, is not confined to time
nor place. The chief merit, of
the production lies in the kying
bare of the heart of Xeanala, a
young cirl of European pareotage,
who has been brought op in an
Indian wigwam, and believes her
self to be of savaee. descent- Her
love is entirely unsophisticated
vet caDablp. in the crisis of her
life, of supreme self-abnegation.
The part is intense and full of fire.
yet quaint and appealing.
The nlay is notable, too, for
the sheer beauty of its lines. Each
sentence comes out clear and accu
rate, and careful listening would :
be at fault to detect any awkward
or careless expression.
Not without its comic sides, in
no instance does this lack refine
ment. PRICES : 35c-50c-75c-$1.00.
Xmas goods exebsnged after
the holidays at Jones' Jewelry
If you want a special size tur
key for Christmas we are prepar
ed to take care of your order.
REFDSE THE TEMPTER.
We are informed a number of buyers are in the county, repre
tenting Carlisle warehouses, tempting our farmers to sell their tobacco
to them. They were never so solicitous about our welfare before and
their only purpose can be to injure the loose leaf warehouses now ready
to be opened here, one of which has just been built at tremendous cost
by the farmers and business men of our county. Now we think every
farmer of Montgomery county should feel a personal interest in the
home warehouses. They were built for his benefit and he should do
-nothing to injure them. We have the opportunity to make this a
great tobacco market if all our farmers will stand together. If they
do not and it is thus made a failure, we predict they will live to regret
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1 JUr. Father WHffaea T. Pmch
ftnMdtoMn WVMl IVvCfedJvB 9S Oil
day at his hee ea Brr street in
hwMreltfce dergyma here for
the DimmhhI JaWleeef St. Peter's
It was a beastifal affair, the
home beiag festive with flowers
ad phots and the table decked
with jeHew and white chrysaathe-
mwas. The delicieas eBu was
served in several courses.
The host was assisted by his
mother, Mrs. Jebeaaa Punch, and
Rev. Father Henry B. Schalte
and aaong ibatguests were: Rt.
Rev. Bishop Maes, of Covington;
Very Rev. Father Brossart, V. G.,
of Covington Diocese; Very Rev.
James Cranio, V. G., of Louis
ville; Very Rev. L. F. Kearney,
ex-provincial of Dominican Order;
Rev. Joseph Hogarty, of New
Haven; Rev. James Gorey, of
Covington, Chancellor of the Dio
cese; Rev. William Wbearty, of
Georgetown; Rev. Herbert Hillcn
meyer, of Winchester; Rev. Eu
gene De Bruen, of Paris; Rev.
Father Martin Delaney, of Fal
mouth; Rev. William Hogarty, of
Newcastle; Rev. Father Rohrer,
of Mt. Sterling; Rev. Father de
Waegeanere and Rev. Father
Wiersma. Lexington Leader.
Gold filled bar pins 25 cents.
Gold filled locket and chain $2.
Solid gold caff buttons $2 up.
Gold coat chains $4.00 up.
Gold filled watches $7 at Jones'
ALL THIS WEEK-DECEMBER 2-7
THE CHILDREN SHOW
Special $5.00 prize every night. Come and see your
little one on the screen. Three Special Reels. Watch for
hand bills of
Showing all the industries in Mt. Sterling. Something
New and Novel. ,,H.
First show besrins at 6:30.
Matinee Saturday afternoon at 3:30. 1 :
Miss Kathleen McCabe to please
call at this office for a ticket to
"The White Squaw," which will
be played attheTabbOperaHouse.
Monday, December 9tb.
Get initial handkerchiefs now at
Meister piano in first class con
dition, mahogany case. .Ford
Touring Car, 1912 modeLrunJess
than one year. Can be bought
worth the money. 22-tf.
Apply at this office.
If you have much money you
wish to invest it well, i'f little,
you oueht to invest it well. Buy
your Xmas gift at Jones' Jewelry
Buy candies, fruits and nuts for
the little folks at Greenwade7s.
22-4t. Phone 100 3
PLENTY OF APPLICANTS.
There are said to be thirty-five avowed applicants for postmaster
-at Mt. Sterling and more yet to come. Montgomery county was ad
ded to the Ninth district at the last session of the Legislature, and
Congressman W. J. Fields, of the Ninth district, is therefore prac
tically new to its people, therefore there is some talk of holding a
preferential primary at Mt. Sterling to determine who shall receive
the appointment, and if one is held it promises to be highly interest
ing. Louisville Times.
An examination of the display in our office window will prove
that our superior facilities make our work distinctively individual.
Remember Christmas is only three weeks off.
First Cut Price Sale
of the Season on..
Hew Fall Suits and Coats
Our entire stock of high-class and dependable
Fall Suits and Coats now on Sale at Greatly
100 New Fall Suits, Browns, Blues, Grays
125 Snappy Separate Coats, both long and
short, for women and children.
Now is your chance to save money and get
your Fall Suit or Coat while the seasonj is yet
OUTFITTERS ' TO v WOMEN
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Dressed chickens every Satur
Sheep fer Sale.
I have for sale 58 Western ewes
and 2 bucks. C. B. Hainline.
Phone 645x 17tf
Sells 10 Head in New Yerk.
Mr. James R. Magowan and
Nat Young, Jr., returned from
New York Sunday where Mr.
Magowan disposed of 10 head of
trotters, mostly, yearlings, at the
Old Glory sale. Prince of India
brought $1,800, which was the top
price of the Magowan string. The
10 head averaged about $500 per
head and is considered a poor sale.
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See the Walsh Co.'s good cordu
; Everything good to eat at Van
"When making out your shopping list think
how many things can be bought at Hazelrigg's.
Look over the list below:
Embroidered Handkerchiefs Embroidered Waist (rents
Silk Hose Neckwear Bath Role Blankets furs
Linen for Towels, Centerpieces, Pillow Cases and
Rags Lace Cirtalis Comforts Woolen Blankets
Many articles which space prevents our men
tioning. We extend a cordial invitation to visit
our store and. see the many nice things in stock.
J. D. HAZELRIGG & SON 1
66 acre improved farm, with
house, barn, etc. Located 1 mile
from Levee. Price $600.
W. Hoffman Wood.
Always the best the market af
Highest class black cake ingred
ients can be found at
A wealth of inspiration in re
gard to your Xmas present at
Jones' Jewelry Store.
High top shoes.
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