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title: 'The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, December 04, 1912, Image 8',
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COPTRISHT 111 ,
Just come and see how
far your money will
go with us on
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
(By James Kendall.)
Elder Luther Leggette preached here
Mrs. Dunn and daughters, of Side
view, will move to Mt. Sterling this
week. Mr. Dunn will stay and finish
stripping his tobacco.
Mrs. W. P. Staggs and daughter, Miss
Mary, visited their brother and uncle,
Ad. Green, near Louisville last week.
Henry Gaitsklll caught a large chicken
hawk in a steel trap.
Quite a crowd of youngsters stormed
Mr. and Mrs. Toe Anderson one nlcht
last week and danced until 2 o'clock in
We are authorized to announce that
Mr. R. L. Harnett, of Faducah, will ad
dress the farmers at the Court House
today at 1:30 p. in.
G. W.yDeuton bought 30 barrels of
corn from James Kendall at $ 2.50 de
The oyster and goat supper given by
the Farmers' Union Lodge at Donaldson
was largely attended. George Roberts
was champion coffee drinker.
JaniesKendall bought a Jersey cow
from Keisin Palmeter for (51.00 and
turnedher over to J. H. Wood, of Mt.
Sterling,for a small profit.
G. W. Denton sold to Jessp Highland
a bunch of 2-year-old cattle at $6.6oJJper
cwt., averaging right at $90 per;head
T. D. Bentley sold his tobacco to Allie
Robertson at I2 cents straight.... lata
Mr. Dudley, of Carlisle, bought the
following crops of tobacco recently:
Reisin Palmeter, Ed. Allen, Walter Rice,
Tom Lawrence and Walter JBeatty at
12 cents; Yancy Laughlin, Ben Skill
man, WillJJLaughlin and James Wilson '
(By B. M. Goodan.)
A good many ofour citizens had a
"hog killing" time last week. ZZ.
Both stock and drinking water are
scarcer than foreman) jfoears-fot this sea
son of the year..;ulwSSZZL.S.
David Moore will,move shortly onto
Roy Byrd's farm.
Harrison Conn and wife have gone to
visit relatives in Fleming county.
Halt's nice forj the newspapers to remind
us that our Christmas shopping should
be done early.
James Robbins has rented a farm of
Jesse Highland, near Somerset, and will
move there shortly.
Clark Roberson, of the U. S. Army,
was visiting relath eshere last week.
Game is scarcer in this section than
was eer known before.
Miss Edna Hamilton returned Satur
day from atwoJweeks visit to relatives at
Lem Ginler and family will moe this
week to near Ewington.
Mrs. H. C. Picklin and little daughter,
Ruby, of Waldron, Indiana, came last
week to visit relatives.
An immense crowd attended the ball
given by David Moore Friday night.
Thos, H. Carr and wife and Miss Eliza
beth Carr, of Mt. Sterling, visited Thos.
B. Hamilton and sisters, Sunday.
Rev. W. A. Hopkins returned Saturday
from a month's visit to relatives at Wiek
(By Miss Alta Vivion.)
Miss Lillie Combs returned Saturday
to her home at Pine Grove after a de
lightful visit to her uncles, Messrs. John
and Floyd Combs.
Mrs. Geo. Stephen, of Stanton, spent
from Saturday until Monday with her
cousin, Mrs. John Vivion.
Mifs Nancy Lockhart, of Mt. Sterling,
is visiting relatives at this place.
Mrs. Lillie Earls, who has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. John Vivion, the
past week, returned to her home at Log
Mrs. J. M. Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Combs spent Sunday with Mrs. Williams,
at Indian Fields.
Quite a number of hogs have been
slaughtered in this neighborhood the
Mr. Thos. Love is greatly improved.
Stato of Ohio, city of Toledo, 1
Lucas County, J08
PrsnU J. Cheney m-i.es oath that ho is
.cni sr partner of Iho firm of R J. Cheney
fc Co., iliilnc bujl.icsi in the City of To
ledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and
that s-.!d nrm will psy tho sura of ONE
lrUNDUCn DOLLAIIS for each and ev
ry raso of Catarrh (hat cannot bo cured
by the uso of HALMS CATAIUUI CUnB.
TKANIC J. CHENBV.
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed In
my pr'-cc, this Cth day of December,
A. D. 1SS8,
(Seal) A. W. OLBABON,
Haifa Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly upon tho blood and mu
cous nurfncea of the system. Bead for
F. J. CHBNET & CO., ToUfo, O.
Bold by til Druffttsta, 75c.
TsJm MH'e r iUr FttU fee waHpaltea.
HARRIS PRODUCING CO.
THE ROMANTIC DRAMA
Positively the BEST SHOW that has played in this
city at these prices:
35, 50, 75c and $1.00
SEATS ON SALE ,MT. STIRLING DRUG CO.
FRIDAY 9:00 Xv M.
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2 MONTHS KTIIA
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Ux. Thorn F. Triplet, of kbit
pity, is om of tin five Mn of J.
P. K. Hughart, the original pt
ente of about 3,800 acres of what
is now valuable coal and timber
land in Weet Virginia, awl the
and Ave other heirs are saeing for
poseeeion of the property which is
valued at $500,000. Because of
junior patents to the title the oaee
is being tried out in court and it is
thought that the claimant hare an
ff excellent' chance .-to secure the
lands, or part at least. '
Fruits, nuts and
prices that arc right at
Cordu roy suite. H , ,- , -
Punch, Graves & Co.
Crochet Needle Through.' finger.
Mrs. C. W. Compton, wife of
tho popular dentist, was painfully
but not seriously injured 'Wednes
day when a crochet needle sho
was using slipped and penetrated
her foro linger. Becauso of the
burr on tho needlo it had to be
drawn completely through her
Gnger. Mrs. Compton's friends
will be glnd to know sho has prac
tically recoved from her injury.
The Walsh Co. is showing the
latest in men's suits and overcoats,.
Good stones a specialty. I
don't buy inferior stones. Prices
guaranteed. I will buy the stones
back within a year, should you
want to sell a good investment.
J. W. Jones.
Black cake ingredients of tho
best quality at Greonwade's.
22-2t. Phone 100
Yesterday the short term of the
Sixty-second Congress convened
with over a billion dollars in appro
priations to dispose of. It is pre
dicted that this will bo one of the
last short sessions of Congress
as many members, ogree with
President-elect Wilson that the
short session should be abolished.
20,000 Turkeys for Decem
ber, for which we will pay
the highest market price
G. D. Sullivan & Co.
W. locust Street Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone. Office. 474. Residence, 132.
When you reach home and see
Trouble sitting by your fireside,
mako tho best of it tell him tho
fresh air feels fine, and if ho don't
run he'll be late for the circus
In order to make this the banner
year of our business, I am offer
ing special inducements.
J. W. JONES, Jeweler.
Black cake ingredients of tho
best quality at Greenwade's.
22-2t. Phone 100.
Best $15.00 suits and overcoats.
Punch, Graves & Co.
One pair of Trousers or Fancy Vest free with ev
ery suit of Tailor-made Clothes
Suits K0 $17 and up
extra pair Trousers free
Clothes made by the Lauer Company, Cincinnati,
are right. Quality? Well, you can see for your
self. Why pay more?
W. PAUL W8CKBS6KR, Proprietor
SifteRM4y is a receot
atteorfcry' of three Germrj
tiste lhatdieeolves UricAeW
tele and Purifies the Blood,
easy to take, and will not
the weakest stomach,
It is guaranteed under Ute Prire
Food arid Drugs La w. to be abeo ,
itiel free from opfafeee or harm-'
ful drugs of any description.
Selace is a pure specific in every
way, and has been proven beyond
queetion to be the surest and
quickest remedy for Uric Aeid
Troubles known to medical sci-
ence, no matter how long standing.
It roaches, and removes the root'of
tho trouble tunc Acid; and pu
rifies tho blood.
The Solace Ce. of Battle Creekiir'e $
tho Solo U. S. Agente and havejl ''
thousands of voluntary testimo-
nial letters which have been re-yJ
ceived from grateful people' Solace
has restored to health. Testimo- ,' "
nial letters, literature and Free Box
sent upon request.
R. Leo Morris, president of the
First National Bank of Chico,
Texas, wrote tho Solace Company
as follows: '
"I want you to send a box of
Solaco to my father in Memphis,
Tcnn., for which I enclose $1.
This remedy has been used by
some friends of mine here and I
must say its action was wonderful,"
(Signed) R. L. Morris.
Put up in 25c, 50c and $1 boxes.
It's Mighty Fine to be Well and You Caa
Soon be so by Taking Solace. "No
Special Treatment benemes sor
Fees." Just Solace Alone does the
work. Write today for the free box,
etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO.,
22 6t Battle Creek, Micb.
Punch, Graves & Co,
... ..in m 9 i
The present with a future, and
many futures can bo found at
Jones' Jewelry StorcT"
Ducks, geese, chickens and tur
keys for your Christmas dinner at
22-4t. Greenwade's. T
Courteous treatment, prompt
deliverv and your trade appreci
ted. S. E. Kelly & Co. 12tf
Home-killed meats at
The nice Oval, Round
IN OUR WINDOW
This Is the proper time to get the Fram-
itit flnne for the Holidays before tfie
regular rush. Bottom Prices for xr"4kJ
Call and see them at
Cwwjrk aad Bfa4way, Up SUto
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