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FihaljEpisode of Niger's Trail Serial
Prices 10 and, 20v cents t ...
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"Ree tke River"
Prices io and 20 cents
Regular Screen Program and Big Home Talent Minstrel
Big Double Bill
WM: FOX Presents ,
. Evelyn Nesbit and her son --.
"In the Woman Who Gave" " ',
Perils of Thunder Mountain Serial '
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Reserved seats on sale at Land & Priest's Thursday, A. M
; Prices 50ci 75c and $1.00
Which Includes Admission for Both Shows
Picture starts at 7-?-Big Minstrel at 8 :30
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST--At the Liberty Theater
Wm. Fox Presents
Evelyn Nesbitt and her son
' Russell Thaw
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"The Woman Who Gave". ' '"
Perils of Thunder Mountain Serial
Prices 10 and 20 cents, Plus Tax
Shows at 7 :30 and 9
Miss Imoonc Stephens ami Mixsj
Gcrtm1o Qihhs, high M'hodl 8tudintArE I
61 Ml. Sterling, spent Saturday ami j I .
Sunday, with their pnrentt nt thiaHL
place. J J
. Mfas Josephine Trimblo wns In l
"Ml. Sterling on business Friday.
Miss Lillian Richardson was the
pleasant guest of Miss Mae Jones
Mr. Clyde Hacknoy spent Satur
driv and Sunday with friends and
relatives at Camargo.
Ernie Carter, 'son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Carter, has been quite ill the
Mrs. Win. Moore us on the sick
Mr. Clay Langston and wife, of
Mt. Sterling, nro vsiting her par
ents or this place. (
Mr. Chnrlcs Tapp and Mr. Shelby
Goldey, of Preston, were pleas
ant callers of this tlacc Sunday.
SUTTON FARM SALE
SATURDAY, NOV. 22
NEGRESS SHOOTS MAN
Bessie Young, colored, shot and
u -wounded Bunk Ramsay on a fight in
lii'e"" negro quarters hero Tuesday
aight. Ramsay was shot in the chest
and it was thought for a while that
ho was dangerously hurl, but his
wounds proved to be slight. The
quarrel, it is said, came up over jeal
ousy of another woman, and both
negroes were drinking at the time.
FORMER MT. STERLING
GIRL MARRIES IN LEXINGTON
Miss Mabel Lyons and Carter
Coons, of Lexington, were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Lyons,
on East Maxwell street at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. J.
W. Porter officiating. The attend
ants were Miss Katherine Elkins, of
"Winchester, as bride's maid, and
Tom Coons, of Lerington, best man.
Miss Lyons Is the youngest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Lyons, and
is ono of the most popular and at
tractive young girls of the Blue
Qrnss. She is n granddaughter of
G. W. Elkin, of tMs city, and until a
few years ago "made her home in Mt.
There will be u box supper at the
Six Small Tracts and Then as a Whole. The Sale as
Is For the Purpose of a Division
The Best Located Farm on the S
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CHAS. BEAN'S TROTTERS a non-money winner. Both horses COURT DAY DINNER
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After 14 weeks of campaigning in came nome in nne snnpe, sounu anu , Tho meml)ers of tll(J Country Woui
Kentueky, Indiana, Tennessee, Ala-' a11 "Bht: t , (en's Club served a Court Day din-
bama and Georgia, Charles Bean
returns home after a very success
ful season. With Bcrnice Moore,
The "Woman's Missionary Society
of the Spencer church will have an
2:091-4,110 won eleven races; second exchange November 20, the day be
money in three, third money once ! fore Thanksgiving, at Harris & Eas
and unplaced once, and incrensed her j tin's store, just above the Monfgom
feputation as a high class racing cry National Bank. You are in
machine, winning 52 heats. His other . vitcd to come in and get something
winner was tho very fast gelding K0d ft:r Thanksgiving dinner. 21-"t
Main Lick, 2 :13 1-4, with a mile
ner in tho Petry building at noon
I yesterday. One hundred and fifty
I doljnrs was made, clear of expenses,
and will be added to the fund to be
used in furnishings for the maternity
ward in the Mary Chiles Hospital.
trotted second in a race better than
TURKEYS FOR SALE j
Pure bred Mammoth Bronze hens)
and toras. Prices reasonable if taken
Upper Spencer school house Sntur- 2:10. lie trotted 35 heats in 12 weeks,
day "night, November 22nd for the winning G races, second money in
benefit of the school. Tho public is ( six, being second to Bcrnice Moore at once. Mrs. James Cravens, Phone
cordially invited. ' in four of them. In no race was he GGO-W-1 (21-3t) I
Bourbon Poultry Remedy
a Shifts COSES
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ctuI prevents w::ltc vij-i.i. c.li.
Olarrbofi, rhol-n nnd cth- chick
dbcawi. Olio CDc Uttlc laa'irs 13
cillons of medicine Hrt bott!o.
price tl.ro, maim SI en' n. AV
d.'us3ljt, or cent b7 mull i-stp.J.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
As administrator of the estate of S. English Anderson, deceased, I ivill offer for sale at public outcry, at his late home place near Side
View, Ky., about seven miles from Mt. Sterling, Ky., on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26tb, 1919
' beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., the following described personal property:
About 800"shocks of.corh,
feed lot, will be furnished
S3 yearlings cattle
1 white faced cow
1 jersey cow
'2 yearling bslls, '
3 yearling steers:, tw '
I white facedyearling bull
27- cattle shoata
10 sows and pigs
13 yeaHing heifers
1 6-yeaV-old mare
2 "gray mare mules.. . , ,
1 mare mule ; 1 horse mule
1 pair aged horses
1 driving mare
1 pair aged mules
1 extra good Saddle mare
seta wagpn harnes j)
1 mare, '2' years old.
1 bay hdrse; 4 years old
1 sorrel horse, 4 years old '
1 .thoroughbred black mare, 4'
Lot of plows and corn
. Lot tobacco, fertilizer drills
22 coke stoves
3 barrels salt
1 threshing machine
5 new wagons '
Lot wagon frames
1 extension ladder,
2 Superior wheat drills
2 hay rake's
2 new Peoria wheat drills
1 15-horse-power Fairbanks
. l' clover seeder
i iron roller ' .
One tractor plow - V
Lot hay on Bibb farm
2-3 interest in rock crusher
1 water wagon
1 tractor harrow, new
1 Fordson tractor, new
1 Ford runabout
About 1,000 tons of silage,
with place to feed at
Indian Fields, Clark Co.,
Ky. This is a rare oppor.
t tunity to feed a lot of
cattle, being close to rail
road station, plenty of
water in feed lot, or the
purchaser will have the
right to remove the silage
Lot of farming implements
and tools of all kinds too
numerous to mention, in
cluding many other ar-
tides of personality.
1 dump cart
1 J. I. C. 2-row corn-planter
1 corn drill
1 new blizzard cutting, box
1 old blizzard cutting box
2-3. interest in 20-horse-power
I. H. C. engine
2 steel oil barrels
2 two-horse sleds
2 Randall harrows
1 60-tooth harrow
1 rip, saw
5 breaking plows
6 scrapers- ' v
1 new tobacco setter
1 two-row cultivator
2 one-row cultivators
1 shingle mill
1 cooking stove
2 log chains
1 set dump cart harness
1 post augar
TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE
- v - Administrator of S. English Anderson, Deceased
f wm. cravens ad walter boyd, Auctioaeter. H. R. Prewitt, Attorney
Burgoo, sandwiches and coffee will be served on the grounds by the ladies of the Mt. Sterling Christian Church.