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VOLUME XXIX.
MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY, -TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1919.
NUMBER a18
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COMPLETED
TrKirs National Bank Building To
., 'le Occupied Within the Next
j , Few Days
' The now homo for tho Trader
N National Bank is "practically com-
i pleted arid is one of tho most mod-
fern structures in this section. The
Jbanlc expects to move to it new
!qaftrters the latter part of this week
and the offices on tho second floor
Hvll be ready for occupancy within a
few days.
The riew home for this bank is as
massive as it appears, made of stone,
concrete, iron and little wood. With
a Dcginninr deep in the earth this
building has a concrete and stone
foundation and is numbered wvth
the most complete buddings nny
where. Tho basement has a concrete
floor and is supplied with an up-to-date
furnace that heats tho build
ing with hot water. On this floor is a
shower bath and also threo large
vaults in which to care for silverware,-
etc., with storago room for
fuel.
The first floor is the banking room,
entirely of marble and mahogany fix
tures and furniture. Tho bonk fix
tures of octagon appearance and
from entering the business room each
department is visible to the patron.
First to the right is the cashier's
apartment with a private council
room. There are two openings for
tellers, one each for bookkeeper, sav
ings department, safety deposits,
etc. On the, same floor, is a ladies'
-""rest room and fire and burglar proof
Taults, clerk's lockers, consultation
and director's rooms. There is an up- credit to tho skill of this able gen
stairs to this, commonly called gal- tlemanV
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2 BLUE
Nine miles from Winchester, Kentucky, on. the Wades Mill and North
Both of these farms are Blue Limestone Land in the
famous Stoner Section, as good as can be found in Ken
tucky. Nearly 'all in Blue Grass Sod, part being Virgin
Boil. The residences on each place are immediately on the
turnpike and on a rural route. Churches and schools are
easily accessible to both.
Cattle and other stock have been fed on this land
each year, much of the feed and silage having been
grown in the' neighborhood and hauled there. All man
tires have been carefully spread on the farms each year.
There is an excellent Orchard on each farm. Lots of fenc
ing and all in good repair.
LB. C O C K R E L
Col. W. R. WATTS, Auctioneer
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ROIINMN FARM SOLD
Dr. W. B. Robinson sold tract No.
ono of 12 acres of his Bourbon coun
ty fnrmrtd Will Rash, of Bourbon
county, at $275 per acre. Tract No.
2 was not sold.
Tract No. 3 of 145 acres, was sold
to 0. B. Curtis, of North Middletown,
at $180.25 per acre. .
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THE VERY LATEST
Tho Senate concurs with tho House
today in passing tho prohibition en
forcement bill over President Wil
son's veto. House bill was passed by
170 to 55 and Senate, by 05 to 20.
ACCEPTS POSITION
Charles T. Coleman has accepted
position with the Willys Auto-Lito
Corporation, of. Toledo. His terri
tory will bo Montgomery, Fleming,
Bath and Nicholas counties.
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A VISIT PAYS
Como to the Mt. Sterling Green
house and seo our beautiful cry
santhemums. They are as fine as we
have ever grown. Phone No. 242.
18-2t
Iery, furnished with mahogany tables
and will bo used as a working room,
and adjoining this room as a vault
arranged for stationery, books, etc.
Tho second story is made up of of
fice rooms, consisting of 5 double
and one large room. The entire build
ing will' be janitor servicod with hot
and cold water in each room. This is
really a modern building, an impos
ing, architectural and convenient
structure. It is constructed for the
people and..nothing js too good for
them. '
This magnificent structure was
erected by ContrnctorwA. E. Law-
rence, of this city,- and is indeed a
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1919
ATTRACTIVE GfRL
BECOMES BMDE
Miss Gertrude McNamara Becomes
Bride of Prominent Carlisle
Business Man . .
Tho marriage of Mis3 Gertrude
McNamara, of this city, to Mr. Ed
ward Mathias, of Carlisle, was sol
emnized Wednesday morning at five
o'clpck at St. Patrick's church by
tho Rev. Father Kalb. Only tho im
mediate families of tho contracting
parlies wcro present. Acting as maid
of honor was tho brido's lovely young
sister, Miss Ireno McNairiurn, while
tho gro'om was attended by his
brother, John Mathias, of Carlisle, as
best man. The bride was strikingly
handsome in a tailored suit of dark
blue, with hat and accessories to cor
respond. Her flowers were orchids.
Miss McNamara 5s ono of tho charm
ing group of daughters of Mrs. Pat
sy McNamara. Sho has for some
years been bookkeeper in the local
offices of tho Cumberland Telephone
Company and is regarded as a most
efficient and capable business
woman. Her sunny disposition and
her ready wit and humor have won
for her great populority with her
friends hero and it is with sincere
regret that they give her up as she
will make hor home elsewhere. Mr.i
Mathias is a successful young busfr
ness man and comes of a prominenu
Blue Grass family. He is well known
and liked hero and has many friends
who will rejoice with him in his good
fortune. The couple left immediately
after tho ceremony for a .wedding
trip to the East, and on their return
wlill go to housekeeping in their new
home in Carlisle.
LAND SALE
OF
GRASS FAR
I Vf ILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON
10 O'CLOCK A. M.
ON
EVERY ACRE OF THIS LAND WILL GROW EX
CELLENT TOBACCO, both of these farms being in an
unusually good condition as I have rented other farms
for over 20 years, where I have done nearly all of my
cultivation of crops.
FARM NO. 1. Nine mile3 from Winchester,, four
miles from North Middletown and on the Wades Mill
and North Middletown turnpikes. Contains 150 acres.
Is well watered by Big Stoner Creek and several springs.
Has been very lightly cultivated for over 30 years. Has
an up-to-date residence of eight rooms, bath-room, two
halls, front and back porches. It is equipped with water
works, Acetylene, lights and other modern conveniences.
Ono well and one cistern furnish the drinking water.
There are two summer houses, an ice house, milk
house, meat house, garage for two cars and other out
houses. One good, large stock barn and corn crib; two
MUCH INTEREST
MANIFESTED
At Christian Endeavor Convention
Which Was Held in This City
Saturday 'and Sunday
Tho socond annual Christian En
deavor Convention of tho fifth dis
trict was held at tho Presbyterian
church October 25-20.
Mr. R. R. Murphy, of Winchester,
president; L. C. Little, field secre
tary, from Louisiana, and Miss Anna
Belle Stewart, secretary of interme
diate work, from Mt. Vernon, were
tire workers present.
'There were delegates from Hazel
Green, Clay City, Morehead, Mt.
Vernon, Winchester and Mt. Sterling.
There wero thirty-five registered.
All the programs wcro very intercst
tng, as well as helpful. Reports wore
given of tho year's work from the
various societies, also plans discuss
ed for the new year.
Soturday evening just before the
session the Endeavorers had a par
ade around through the town, sing
ing their songs and giving thedr yells,
and inviting folks to come to tho
evening session.
After the evening program a social
,was given at the church, whero
games wero played, readings given
and stunts performed. Refreshments
were served during the hour.
' t In the absence of Dr. Teaman, Mr.
Murphy preached at tho Presbyterian
church Sunday morning.
t Sunday evening at G:30 there wcro
about sixty who camo to Endeavor,
Tip hear short talks oa tho subject,
j'What C. E. .Has Meant ,to Me."
j Some very interesting things wore
told which convinced tlioso present
Itlint CE. is worth while and that 5t
THE PREMISES AT THE HOME
CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS
UNTIL MONDAY
Tfco Trimble will case, of Kelly
Day Jones versus IL M. Trimble, ex
ecutor, the Hamilton will case, of Ida
ill. Stoncr versus R. H. Winn, ex
ecutor, and the Fitzpatrick will case,
wero continued to tho January, 1920,
term of court.
The ense of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky versus Claude Sniycr,
charged with tho murder of Green
Cole, was continued to tho January,
1D20, term.
The case of Ewing and Jackson
ersus J. M. Venablo was settled out
of court.
James Potts, negro, confessed to
the charge of wounding and cutting
his wife, with intent to kill and was
sentenced to five years in the Stnto
prison.
Tom Smathers, convicted on thejPnccs especially on the better
samo charge, was sentenced to servo 'grades. Tho opening sales here w5ll
three years in the penitentiary. poly bo attended by unprecedented
Number of indictments reported crowds, who will be eager to learn
were 43, mostly felony and misde
meanor cases; two for murder
Claude Salyer and George Rash,
colored.
Tho grand jury, in its report of tho
condition of public buildings, etc, was
favorable. Court adjourned this af
ternoon until Monday, on account of
being up with tho docket.
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Dr. Arthur Fox, of Hope, Ar
kansas, has been called to the pas
torate of the Paris Baptist church
to suceed Rev. R. C. Goldsmith, of
the local Baptist church. Dr. Fox will
deliver tho first sermon as pastor on
November 7th.
Harry Hunt has been quite sick
at his home in Johnson Heights for
tho pas,t .week.
should have
in our town.
a strong union society
PLACE
Middletown Pike,
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good tobacco barns of a combined capacity of 18 acres;
one concrete silo, 16x42.v
FARM NO. 2. Seven and one-half miles from Win
chester on the Wades Mill and Sewell's" Shop turnpike.
Contains about 55 acres of which 14 acres was broken
out of sod last year for tobacco, the rest has been in
Blue Grass Sed for 25 years. It is watered by three big
springs that fill two good-sized pools.
Improvements consist of one comfortable five-room
residence with all necessary out houses, a splendid well ;
store room, barn and tenant house in good repair.
TERMS LIBERAL PAYMENTS EASY AND MADE
KNOWN ON THE DAY OF SALE.
Will show these farms to anyone interested before
day of sale, and will meet any out-of-town prospective
buyers at the train. Call Phono 423-J.
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LOCAL MARKET
OPENS DEC. 3
Warehouses Are Rapidly Getting In
Readiness for Opening Record
Breaking Prices are Expected
The tobneco season will open in
this city on December 3rd with tho
first sale at the Farmers' Warehouse.
Tho sale at the Whitehall arid tho
Robertson warehouses will bo held
on tho days following.
From all indications the season
here will bo a most successful one.
Tho local houses aro rapidly being
prepnred to receive tobacco and are
expecting a heavy run. Prices for
tho weed, sold both here and in tho
Carolinas, point to record-breaking
the trend of the market.
Tho Mt. Sterling houses offer
every facility for handling your crgp
that can bo had anywhere and it is
hoped and expected that our farmers
will favor tho local markets. Let us
urge every tobacco grower in this
section to haul his tobacco to tho
Mt. Sterling market, where ho is as
sured of tho highest price,, and tho
best of treatment.
The Elk's Cotillion Club of Win
chester, will give a Hallowe'en danco
at the Elk's Ballroom on next Thurs
day evening, October 31st, from 9
to 3.
Smith's Sextette will furnish tho
musie for the occubion.
This is being planned to be one of
the largest dances over given in that
city and a largo number of visitors
are expected.
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At the Hour ot s
1, WINCHESTER, KY.

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