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MT. STERLING I AD VOC A TE.
ITEMS, NEW AND TRUE; TH0U8HTS, GENEROUS AND GENTLEMANLY
mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Wednesday,' January i, 1913.
Mrs. Emily M. Hazeirigg
Died After Long Ill
ness Last Tuesday.
yas a NOBieuirisiian woman ana
Loved By Countless friends.
Mrs. Emily M. Hazeirigg, wid
ow of the late' 'J. D. Hazeirigg,
died at her homo on North Mavs
viile street in this, city Tuebda.y
morning, Dec. 24th, after a long
illness, death being caused by a
fall which she received several
Mrs. Hazeirigg was a daughter
of Mr, and.Mrs. John H. Mason;
she was born on April 1, 1839,
and was married in 1864 to Mr. J.
D. Hazeirigg, who preceded her
to the grave a few months ago.
jfl'V Her life was so sweet, so pure,
so'lpving and Christian-like, that
in the departure of this Godly
woman the entire city mourns the
loss of a friend, tried and true.
To know her in her home life,
her church life or in the every
day paths of life, one always found
Mrs. Hazeirigg the model wife,
mother or companion and it was
with bowed heads and deepest
grief the news of her death was
received. Mrs. Hazeirigg had
been a member of the Christian
church for over half a century
- and was always a tireless church
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UUD la auivivuu u.y uvu limiiin-it,
v Mrs. May Willie Grubbs, wife of
Chas. D. Grubbs, the well-known
attorney; Mrs. Jessie Turner, wife
tftjf Appellate Judge C C. Turner;
Iprmer uounty Judge A. A. Haz
eirigg; Dillard Hazeirigg, the
well-known merchant, and Charles,
T. Hazeirigg, Assistant Cashier of
the Traders' National Bank, nil of
this city, and two brothers, John
H. Mason and James W. Mason,
both of this county, and two sisters,
Mrs. Elizabeth Hurt, of this
county, and Mrs. Annie E. Cluke.
of Princeton, Ky., who have the
deepest sympathy of many friends.
The burial took place in Mach
pelah cemetery Christmas i.ftfi
noon at two o'clock, with short
services at the grave conducted by
her pastor, Rev. H. D. Clark.
Thirty-Eight Convicted and
Sentenced in Dynamite Case.
Sentences varying from soven
years imprisonment in the Federal
prison ai .Leavenworth, Kan., to
ope $ear nnd one day aud to sus
pened sentenco were imposed upon
the thirty-eight labor u nu o n
officials convicted in the dynamite
Frank M. Ryan, president of
the It on workers' International
Union, was given a sentence 'of
Olaf A. Tvcitmoerof San Fran
cisco, convicted on charges of aid
ing and plotting the destruction of
the Los Angeles Times building.
and Eugene A. Clancy, also of
San Francisco, were given six
Rooms for rent; furnished, in
Baumont Hotel, with or without
meals. Apply to A: L. Laughlin.
Tobacco Sale of the
Buriey Tobacco Company.
Mr. Asa Bean, manager of the
Buriey Tobacco Company, wishes
to announce ttiqt there will be a
sale at the company's house on
the Levee pike, Wednesday morn
ing at nine o'clock.
For Rent. Residence and sta
ble on West Main St. "Apply to
' or Jas. T. Wade.
Phono 693b 26tf
Mr. Gilbert II. Satterwhito has
returned from Lexington wheroh.e
has been connected with the drug
company of Mr. Lee Cassell and
has accepted n position as prescrip
tion clerk with Mr. W. S. Lloyd.
Ho has many friends here who
will bo glad to know he has re
turned hoy io
Mr. A. Tabb Bsissctt, for sever
al years connected with the drug
company of W. S. Lloyd, has ac
cepted a position with the Lexing
ton Drug Compony and has as
sumed his duties. Mr. Bassett
was a courteous and competent
young man and his many friends
will regret to hear of his leaving
the city hot will wish for him
abundant success in his new home.
Real country sausage at Vanars-dell's.
Mrs. Jennie Robinson
Suffers fire Loss.
The fire department was called
Monday afternoon to extinguish a
lire at the residence of Mrs. Jennie
Robinson and after a quick run
soon had the blazo under control
although it looked rather serious
for a whilo. The fire started in a
ciosoc in tno dining room and was
well under way before discovered.
Several hundred dollars worth of
damage was done to the lower
floor of the house, covered by in
surance in Hoffman's Insurance
I have for sale a nice lot of
sugar cane. Will deliver same.
26-tf E. H. Moss.
Phone 693-a Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Atmore's minco meat at Vanars-dell's.
fflesolve to $e better
Sold at The farmer'
House Monday at Rec
ord Breaking Prices.
The Entire Saie Averages Better
Than 15 Cents.
A family Reunion.
A most delightful family
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. .Greene
entertained twenty-five of their
friends with an elegant course
dinner lnptj Thursday. After din
ner gi.tn'vs weie indulged in and a
enjoyable lime hud by all
A beautiful line of initial
in stock. .
fomcr Mt. stcrlimi Boy
Marrl -s Winchester Girl.
Mr. Wiley Taul and Miss Mary
Byrd Fox, both of Winchester,
were quietly married in Lexington
last Thursday. Both me well
knuH n in this city where they
have monv friends, Mr. Taul hav
ing foimeily lived here.
W A N T
E D Good milker to
of dairy. Apply to
Mrs. B. Manni.w
fEW YEAR'S is regarded as the time
when a man should take stock of his past
and present and make resolutions con
cerning the future. It is well tb make reso
lutions, and it is better to keep them. They
serve a good purpose even if not kept, though
they-should not be made with the idea of
breaking them. One can be conservative in
making good resolutions and thereby gain an
advantage. Do not resolve .tri be perfect
merely make a determination' to be better.
Resolve to improve in everything in which you,
are defective. Decide to act more kindly,
think more charitably, speak more pleasantly,
work more diligently, give more cheerfully.
Don't try to achieve the perfect, which is im
possible. Just try to improve, to be and do
better, and you will be better for the trying.
From a series of elaborate chemical tests.
Comparative digestibility of food made with
different baking powders.
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
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 the food digested is shown as
Broad made vrlth Royal Crcua of TarUr Powdert
99 Por Cent Digeited
Bread made with alius powdert
67 Per Cent DicUd
Royal Baking Pawder raised food is shown to be
of greatly superior digestibility and healthfulness.
Sterling CEisb Gives An
nua! tae at Trim-
Judge O'Rcar's Car in Accident.
The touring car of Judge E. C.
O'Rear hit the auto of Dr. War
ren Montfort in Frankfort last
Thursday morning. IiitheO'Rear
car were James and Pi entice 0'
Itear and Miss Hazel O'Rear.
None of the occupants vwere hurt
and neither car damaged to any
Soxton &, Trost hirnisli Music
for Delightful Occasion.
The Sterling Dancing Club gave
their annual Christmas dance at
Trimble's Hall Thursday night.
but owing to the fact that there
were dances in several of the sur
rounding cities the crowd was not
as large as usual. About thirty
live couples were in the grand
march which was led by President
Tom Grubbs and Miss Vitula
Kinsolving. The' march consisted
of several beautiful figures which
ended in the couples dancing the
first number on the program. The
hall was decorated most tastefully
nnd presented a truly Christmas
scene, and Secretary Marvin Gay
deserves a voto of thanks from the
members of the club for his excel
lent work. It was decidedly one
of the nicest dances ever .had in
New shelled nuts at Vanarsdcll's
The Winchester Sim of recent
date has an article stating a check
er contest will be held. Friday,
January 3rd, between representa
tives of Clark and Montgomery
counties. Just who will repre
sent the two counties has not been
Printing for particular people at
popular prices is not our specialty
but our every-day business.
Advocate Pub. Co.
Manager Wilkerson has secured
a picture machine operator from
Cincinnati for the Tabb Opera
House to work during the illness
of Mr. L. M.Kedmond's little girl.
Wo are in receipt of an inquiry
from Los Angeles, Cul., from ono
Frank Leonard, 'who is trying to
locate some relatives in this coun
ty, any ,ono by this name will
please call at our oflice.
Able to Be Out Again.
Wo are glad to announce that
Commonwealth's Attorney W. B.
Whte, who has been confined to
his room for the' past few days
with a severe cold, is' able to be
The banner sale of the season
was held at the Farmers' Tobacco
Warehouse" Co., in this city Mon
day. About 1iT5,000 pornids was
on the floor and sold at an average
of S15.05 per hundred and it is be-'
lieved this is the best sale held in
Kentucky this season. All grades
of tobacco showed an increase in
price and the bidding was spirited.
Over 60,000 pounds were in the
sheds waiting to be unloaded. A
number of crops averaged close to
20 cents. The crop of Copher &
Coons brought "the high average
of 21.00 cents, Arthur Jacobs'
crop averaged 19.75 and the crop
of Kirkpatrick, Clay and Adam-
son averaged 20.85. The highest
basket sold brought $37.00 and
belonged to Kirkpatrick, Clay and
The next sale at this house will
be held this morning, (Wednesday)
and a capacity floor is assured.
Mr. Bean of the Buriey Tobacco
House authorizes us to announce
that they will also have a sale this
(Wednesday) morning and that
their floor is crowded to capacity.
With twojsuch houses jso splen
didly equipped to handle tobacco
and bringing record breaking
prices it is predicted that the floois
of both houses will be crowded at
each sale from now on.
Mr. Farmer, take a tip and
bring your tobacco to Mt. Sterling
and you will get as good, if not
the best prices obtainable else
where in the State.
I have all my accounts made out
and would appreciate it if you
would call and settle if you are in
debted to me.
S. P. Gr sen wade.
Mrs. Percy D. Bryan entertain
ed Tuesday afternoon from two
until live with a reception at her
lovely homo on the corner of Clay
and Elm streets in honor of Ms.
William J. Scott, of New York
City and Mrs. Harry Bowman
Ringo, of this city. The house
was decorated most attractively
and the hours wore most delight-
Fill frt AT re Riufnn'o fvuncfo
Ml aWB Hi! ? I J fill J fa UlOli
union was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Anderson,
Sr., on Christmay Day, A beau
tiful treo loaded with gifts for all
and old Santa Claus added much
to tho pleasure of the occassion.
A royal course dinner was served
and the day was thoroughly en
joyed. Those present wero Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Lockridgo and
children, Forrest, Grace! Mary
and Elizabeth; Mr. James N. An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Anderson, Jr., and children, Lu
cille, George and Mary Bird; Mr.
and Mrs. Grover C. Anderson and
Miss Ollivia- Anderson and two
nieces, Misses Ida and Blanche
MeKee and great niece, Miss Mary
Bush, of Missouri.
I havo my accounts all made out
and would appreciate it if you
would call and settle if you are in
debted to rae.
S. P. Greenwade.
"Mutt & Jeff," Good Show.
The performance of "Mutt &
Jeff" at the Tabb Opera House
Friday night was attended by a
nice crowd and the show was first
class in every particular. If the
theatre-going public will give
Manager Wilkerson the right kind
of encouragement and not expect
him to put on ft $L50 show for
seventy-live cents Tho Tabb will
book several first-class attractions.
If this is done the theatre will be
enlarged and the stage made big
enough to accommodate any show
that comes to a larger city like
Lexington. The musicians, door
keeper and ushers havo been fur
'nislied uniforms and a house lire
man employed to look after the
safety of the patrons.
Fifteen Years, Resigns Position.
Col. Robeit B. Franklin, of
Frankfort, for fifteen years Com
monwealth's Attorney for tho
Fourteenth Judicial District, which
includes Bourbon, Scott, Wood
ford and Franklin counties, who
resigned on Friday and has been
succeeded by Hon. Victor A.
Bradley, of Georgetown, by ap
poir.tment of Governor McCrcary,
will bo virtually a resident of
Lexington 'in the future, as a
member of the law linn of Frank
lin & Talbott, although retaining
his citizenship and actual residence .
and a branch oflice at the State
Col. Fianklin is the man who
so ably prosecuted the assassins of
ex-Gov. Wm. Gocbel.
Pure country sorghum at Van
Blankets - Blankets
Our entire stock of Woolen
Blankets will be placed on sale
"and sold at .
If you are in need .of a Long Coat now is
the time to buy. Our entire stock at cost and
some below cost
Furs at a Big . Reduction
J. D. HAZELRIGG & SON
Carpats Laea Curtains Liaalaumn