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1 -- " Advocate list DmusEED
Kcae ,voe pei we prated a siateat regax&se r salnerjfrfiee
fc4 aad umted a ontpinna with rasalar lists of ok ewepeiiter. We
-ua to enrpiwuu the fact that car &t is sot sip aiA laEer la ear
" e9petiton, Irat thai h i largtir local, aad alf MT "rift -j&asb,
oar method wa fceaorable a seesring ase, and aH -workers re
eircif "Vltat wfi' eossag to tfcesfl asd that we baTe; the largest aad Iks
MtHndi Ei f paper pabli4d fa airn Keatscky, aad ss Jke
aJo f(adrerptttr l iseaaared by a jsabseriptiim Et it fbSwrs that oar
yiliuffult iVwiH gztzter prices than oar eospeiitors 5a tie ratio as
rttfaftxtml tb otfor. We add ia eonela-ioa, the Adroeai Hl liaTisg a
very silMJB'tr' -rnonh.
1 or.-" t rrrjr oat K? prwBiw; to the Jtople ioad dari-g fce recest
U3J27J, Gwrertor Biael: has or4ert4 aa rnspectioa of tie affairs f tie
J3in jnt closed, and is to thoy to Jie people -rfietber or nol tiere fcare
faeea ay imspa&a&zi or 5rfatieas of lav. Goreraor Bktk is to be coa
mtsieA for U&Jng tixs aUj. Tie aceosej JtiwaM be exiKraefl if iaae
cst of tie djfafj and be mai. to jy the.peaaky if gwKy. Gtrreraor
Black keeps hw -word wd ire expected, aotitsg etee.
losrd of CotiliyL, kz baek tirwagh tbe entire period of tie Stanley ad
sisUtratiofi. 7ia is one W charges csade.by Bpnblieaas during the eaa-
The "Big Three" of tke Talk-f
iag Machine World
We are the only store in town
The Edison . '
Machines and Records "
Get the Best
Bryan & Robinson
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hate, all the very VmM4&1
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Attractive ad hecv
ad aM-wiater mode
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Wniaotday aftera at 5 aelet
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Tie remal rrie ia prepre at PriV eTLHact- to ftdKtt Xe- J
lie Baptist ekarei, eet4 by dw'Cos, of ti eity, be wb- J
pastor,-are -eH attoa4e atH AeVe'w AeWde's iee oa TTeodlaaJ
sianrbiait!reto.Tfcep arewe, by tie Ker. L J. iTieer- '?
tor kx eorresTJOEdenee "sith a sax- JBC wowss !' w-
cr ana Iws bopw of larfag bi it & ttaSee Katfrie iJhwiflg, ssajd-
aa earlv 4ale. Tfee ific eeaerallv of-ier; Mrs. W. W. Taylor,
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Oae Gss,f Vala r t $1S.0 - S7.M
Oste Grrn, Value p te $12LS. 'SSaSv
Oae Gretffr, Yalaes up te $ (7,5 S3 50
These hats must be seen to be appreciated. There is a
bargain in every one.
as4 -tbe-WKesTerted peeiny are
iBtited to attead tie semeos.
Miss Minnie Goins
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Ceaa, of 'this eky aai GssT Heiea ,mmmmmmm,mmm;,m,mmmmmmmmmm-,m...m.
EanfuterT of Lex>oB, bride's, -
trea-ef-benor; 3fcss Elbabeti 3fe-
taaids. Captak McCeaa. '-sriB be at-j DIVORCE 6RAXTE0
,CB,,ra "J -"- -" "?i "- ""' A divoree ias imst been crantcd to
We especially urge those -who haye
sold aad bought land, or city proper
ty to come in thw week: and get their
tax recelptj'as it takes qmte a whje
to wait oa people who navejerans-
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dence-, Ifr, aa befct ate, aad'-Mr. Ml jfaret W. See against her
Bom. Sanday, to the fe of YA- W. F. CaBna?, of Kochester, -. ln LHsbaf j. X ge, o Newman, Cal
ward Shackelford, an eiit-poaad ! as greoa'saa. Tolowiag tie wed- iforBla was broaght some
in. Edwird Havton. " " an iafarawl reeeptiea w3l be 4. anm . Vra RjH, .;, ,-
'-"Mr. and 11 J, B. Clover, of thk:hc,d aHerwhkh fisptaW aad;3(rs. iIttsbaBd on,he chanre of incomnati- forred property.
coanly, are nwivirig ca'Hatiila- MeCona will leave for-a bridal trip to Ijffity of lcf6peTamenL Mrs. See will liemember you have' only 3.,
more days before the.penal(y is, ad
ded and quite an amoantof m6ney
yet remains to be collected.
JOHN "G. ROBERTS, Sheriff,'
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tbe arrival of a beaatifal ;Vhife Snlphnr Spnaps, Va. Afier , Veaeabftred here as 3Gss Har-
nttle prl XbveaAer 12. She has beei Der iSA &? " boef garet Woodford, youngest dangh-
ciHed XeU Pauline. , 'n Bere thei' n11 have (er of Mr. andfrs. Henry Woodford. !
. Mrs- W. ASntton has received a
telegram announcing" the birth 'of a
ion to Mr. and Mrs. D. . Brat
ton -Sutton at their home in Braden.
town, Fla. The little gentltmaa has
been named W. A. for his paternal
grandfather, the late W. -A. SuttojJ.
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an apartment J ifle vrWtu. M ihe time of her marr;age a few
number of relatives and frieaas from yegrg ago g was considered one
tls city will attend the wedding. . f the mogl beaatiful vonnff women
"Longview," the handbome coun
try home of Mr. and Urs. J. M. Hut
ell, four miles north of this city,
CELEBRATES 92ND BnTHDAYJ wasold at public auction this after-
t - ..f t... -t n t ?!-. a
Br. J. B. Sr-ratt eeVmled h ""I" u'v :" "r" "' IT- " Cha D, Grbbs was the pur
92nd birthday Sunday with a noo -Pir to tester Lee, o this coun-
dav dinner at his home on -the &.? , 150. acre land m -
margo pike- Those present were Dr.'"s aTOl aDU c I ,fc lS'
S. Ellis Spratt, Mrs. Spratt andchjl-p" i- """ ""-" - "-
AVnU 11 Ul i 4flU MC umuiin,
Master Coumissioner W. E. JJones'
sold j'esterday for Mamie Deck, one
house and lot in Smithville for $385.
. JU E.,Punch & GovJ
SELLS MULE$ '"' ' ,J
A. Ij. Tipton sold yesterday to
John M. Butlery of Morgan county,la
jiaSr of fine mules for $500.
Sweaters. It. E. Punch & Co. X
We Are Still Selling;
You will not appreciate what a sensational Coat offer
"this Is until ypu come to our store and see the garments
Exclusive one of a kind models with rich trimmings, gen
erously applied to the most pxponalve materials. This is
a real sacrifice sale of the very finest coats.
dren, Dr. and Mrs. Roger Spratt,
Mr. and Mrs. M. 0, Cockrell, 3Ira.
B. F. Cockrell, Mrs. M, A. Cockrell,
James, Caywood, Mrs. D, C. George
Miss Ruby Lee McCormiek and
' Oysters, celery" and rranbcrneVac
Tlie large barn on the farm of G.
Catlett Everett, just out of the city1
limits on tho Owingsville pike, was
burned to the pround Wednesday
Tomorrow evening, November 19,
at S o'clock Professor Farquahar will,
deliver the fint of the University
LLectures. Subject: "What Literature
Can Do For Mt. Sterling."
New foiled oats and earn Cakes
The Trimble Grocery Company is
doing a fine business. About 7,500
night about ten o'clock. Two pair ofj pounda left this warehouse in tracks
fine work, mules, togetlier.with sev
eral tons of bay, some corn and
some farming implements were lost
in the, flames. The cause of the fire
is unknown, and the loss Is partly
covered by insurance.
' R. E.
PunclJ '&, Co.
today. The same amount goes out to
morrow and ihe many orders coming
in indicate daily shipments just as
Jieavy. T,hese shipments are consign
ments to merchants along tho line of
the L. & E. Railroad.
R. E. Punch & Co.
. SOME .WOMEN CAN PLAY A .PIANO
But All Wemea' Caa't '
ANY WOMAN OR .CHILD 'CAN PLAY A
Call at 13 Bank Street and You'll See
FINE PIANOS, PLAYER-PIANOS
BUY THIS BUILDING
Best location in Mt. Sterling for garage or many
other kinds of businesses. Two-story brick building,
160 feet by 35 feet, metal roof, located at Main and
Wilson streets. Could bo changed into a garage or
other business at very small expense.
If not sold by December 15th this property can bo
rented. Possession given January 1st. For price and
particulars write direct to owners.
U. W. WADE & SON
306 MAIN STREET (20-tf) JAMESTOWN, N. Y.
MAKING A HIT
That is what we
are doing with the
Our Prices are Rigid
Our Styles .are the
Only Finest Quality
Come in and let us show you our line of Men's Suits and
Overcoatsl-J-We' tell you the price, gtiamRtee'the fit, and
let your 'owir'comraon sease"be1;ne;jm4fr asto whether
or not our prices are more reasonable, qaality coasfdered.
Society Brand Suits, and Qrercoats
Fer Yubc Mea aad Mta Who Stay Ywtf ' -r
And for the Boys Mothers fron; all over tie city and
county have been in and they will attest to exceptional
quality "and style of our Boys' ",Xtrag6od:' Suits ant
Overcoats. The prices' of our boys' line have also occa
sioned favorable comment
Bri That Boy In Today!
Also Ram and Cravesctte Coats for Mea, Y
g Mea aadj
Our, Policy--4,Oae Priea, fer Ouk"
You Will Like It
UNITED CLOTHING $T0RES
H. I. TURNER, ManafM
Malm ml UAa4aaUa Ml
Maia St., Near Broadway