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MT. STERLING ADVOCATE.
"FIRST TO LAST THE TRUTH: NEWS EDITORIALS ADVERTISEMENTS"
VOLUME XXXII.
MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1922.
NUMBER 20.
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Ballard Trial
Set For Today
Charles Ballard, Jeff Dallard, Al
lien Ballard, Joo Clem, Will Ferguson
and Ed RelTlt alleged Monefee county
moonshiners, and also charged with
thd killing of three prohibition offi
cers in rocont raids on what was
known as the Ballard- still, will re
ceive their preliminary hearings In
Lexington today before United States
Commissioner W. II. Wood, of this
city.
Director Collins stated that in ad
dltlon to federal charges which will
bo brought against Ballard, the stato
also will bring charges against him of
murder and violation of the state pro
hibition laws. The charges to be
brought, according to Mr. Collins, will
Include those of resisting federal offi
cers in pursuit of duty, withholding
evidence, conspiracy to violate the
national prohibition laws, violation
of the national prohibition laws and
other offenses connected with the
killing of tho throe prohibition men.
Director Collins said that the cases
'Zl all tho men will be pushod for a
Bpoody justice and nothing will bo left
undone in prosecuting the defendants.
FOB. SALE Walnut dining room
Bulfcfe of eight pieces. Only used five
months. Looks like new. Apply at
this office.
"FATTY" TO HAVE HIS CHANCE
Will ll. Hays, chairman of the Mo
lion Picture Industries, said yester
day that Itoscoe C. ("Fatty") Ar
buckle will have his chance to "come
back" in the motion pictures. Tho
statement of the case, which was
given out from the headquarters of
Mr. Hays, says: "Itoscoe Arbucklo is
to havo another chance to go to work
''anil make good If he can. After the
'first of thd year ho will be given this
now opportunity. Ha has gone straight
sinco he was barred from the films
tut April and he has pledged his
word that ho will keep on going
Straight. His" conduct has satisfied
Will H. Hays, adviser of the motion
picture Industry, Joseph M. Schenck,
vho employs him, and the Paramount
Company, represented by Jesse L.
Lasky, which concern formerly dis
tributed the comedies In which the
fat funinakor appeared." Announce
ment that there would bo no objec-
tlon to Arbucklo's return to work
was made yesterday by Mr. Hays.
vOf AT REX RISNER'S CASH
' , AND CARRY GROCERY
Mb. jar puro preserves 25c
Havo a good ground coffee.
A good syrup peach .25c
"Uln 5 tnmntnnci p-nrvrl nn . . IHp
,. vu.-.-.u..-. c .
'Very flno grade canned corn 10c
Largo can Llbby's apple butter... 25c
2 cans salmon 25c
'2 cans good tomatoes 25c
1-lb. glass peanut butter 30c
Mb. Calumet baking powder 29c
Can grated pineapple 15c
Good eating and cooking apples.
Beef roast, and up 10c
All choice steaks 25c
Pork chops 25c
Our store will b kePt Pen 'n the
evenings uutil Christmas day. Jones'
Jewelry Store.
Seo The Advocate (or printing.
Make it
Hudson Super-Six Delivered at
Mt. Sterling
Speedster 4-passenger $1,550,000
Touring, 7-passenger $1,600.00
Coach, 5-passenger $1,650.00
Sedan, 7-passenger $2,250.00
If thev already own a car, why
not give 'them accessories, we
have a very Complete line.
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AT
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
i Christmns services at St, Patrick's
church will be at C n. m. unci 9 a. m,
At the early morning mass tho follow
lng program will be given by tho
choir under tho direction of I. M.
Utz:
Processional, "Silent Night" Oru
ber.' "Lovely Infant" H. B. II.
"Noel", tho, Shepherd's Gospel,
Prayer to tho Child Jesus" By the
Children.
"Triumphal Mass" Sorln.
Gospel St. Luke 2:1, 14.
Sermon, "Tlio Human and Divine"
llev. E. J. Corby.
Credo Bonner Messrs. Utz, Uass
enfoss, Schafor and Hollcnrn.
Offertory, "Adcsto Fldeles" Anci
ent Melody.
Communion Voluntary Gordon.
"Tho Lourdes Song" Moreau So
lo by Mr. Utz.
Recessional "The Echo Song."
Organist Miss Florence O'Conncll.
CANDIE8 AND ORANGES
When you buy your Xmas candles
and fruit come here and get the low
est prico and freshest goods. Special
prices to those glvin'g Christmas
trees, church ontortalnmcnts and for
charity affairs. The Fair.
TO PREACH HERE
Dr. G. W. Banks, presiding elder
of the Lexington district, will preach
at the Methodist church Sunday night
at 7 o'clock. Quarterly conference
will be held at the close of his ser
mon. The toys are going fast. Why?
Because they are lower in prico and
still a large line to select from, dome
in and let us show you. The Fair.
DONALDSON HONOR ROLL
Following is the honor roll of the
Donaldson public school: First Grade
Mary Margaret King, Clyde Swani
gan, Loona Beagle. Second Grade
Myrtle Wiloughby, Russell Talbott,
Roy Wilson, Christine Rice, Ernest
Turley. Third Grade Robert Turlcy,
Nellile Kincaid, Edward Shelton, Noll
Wiloughby, . Woodrow. . West, Garland
Jordan, Emzella Bai.ley, Roxie Bail
ey. Fourth Grade Floyd Oldson.
Fifth Grade Isaac Swanlgan. Sev
enth Grade Nellie Shelton, Mary
Llsxtfe Shrout, Thomas C. Wilson,
Orvel Oldson, Luda Wilson, Ida West,
Mabel Roundtrec, Ishmacl Roundtree.
Teacher Oliver Wills.
HOLIDAYS
Tho Mt. Sterling city schools will
closo at noon tomorrow and children -and
teachers vlll enjoy a holiday un-J
til January 2, when work will bo ro-
BUmeil,
W. H. WRIGHT
has just received his last shipment of
fruits, candles and everything for
Christmas. Leave your orders with
tho Wright Place and be sure tho
will be properly filled. Best and pur
est candies at lowest prices. Oranges,
grapefruit, apples, bananas, grapes,
nuts of all kinds. Our prices are low
est; our goods the best. W. II.
WrlghL
An exchange wants to know what
has become of the old-fashioned fam
ily doctor. Ho has gone to Join the
old-fashioned family.
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lhe ureatest Christmas one
Why not give Her a Hudson Super-Six or an Essex ? New Reduced prices
"WE MAKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY"
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fi Chime out, chime on, O Christmas bells, j
Until each heart with gladness swells: Ur
V Ring out in all your joyous mirth ,
The glorious tidings "Peace on earth" K
w For on one happy( Christmas morn w.
rL The Savior of the world was born ; R
Ji Ring out, nor let your music cease -.--
Jl Until each heart shall feel the peace " y
Of nnr Hoar Snvinr's hirt.Vi. nnrl r.Vipn ' v
wl Sound forth abroad: "Good will to men!" V
vf And, O sweet Christmas bells, where'er V
There is a heart bereft of cheer JT
rt By sorrow, or misfortune, there Vj
4 Ring soft and low; in their despair 1
w near on,tne wings oi (jurists own love u
L Some soothing message from above; K
a Xiliu wucic me mo 10 ujriug um,, r
Jl And hungry children roam about If
Upon the streets, so frail and poor, J
i O sympathetic bells, be sure V5
To lead by your sweet song away f
W From all the glitter and array w
rL The happy Christmas folk a while IV
2i To "share with them their joy and smile.
fl Sq, Christmas bells, ring far and near K
J And fill this whole wide world with cheer. '
M Evangel Ryerson. j
V) (Mrs. Bruce Porter Duty),
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RICHARDSON BROTHERS'
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Xmas candles, best and cheapest.
Good chocolate, pound 25c
Best French cream 20c and 25c
Best stick candy 16c
Grocers' mixed 13c .
Best sweet oranges, per dozen j
30c, 40c, 50c and 60c
Fancy Delicious apples, box ?3.75 '
Fancy Wagner apples, box $3.50 j
Fino grapofrult, 3 for 25c j
Tokas and malaga grapes, lb 25c;
Fine cranberries.
Head lettuce and colery.
Fine Fleming county apples.
Everything the best In meats, al
ways fresh and tender.
No Advocate Next Tuesday
On account of Christmas coming on Monday, there
will be no issue of The Advocate next Tuesday, Decem
ber 26, in order that our employes may enjoy the holi
days. Thursday's paper and all subsequent issues will
be published on the regular days of publication.
Wishing, all our readers a Merry Christmas and
thanking our many friends for the liberal patronage en
trusted to us during the past year, we remain,
With cordial good wishes,
Advocate Publishing Company
Incorporated
Ragan-Gay Motor Company
SANDEFUR AND SANDEFUR
are receiving daily chocolates and
bou bons, both in bulk and in fancy
Christmas boxes. What could make
a moro acceptable gift? Candies will
be received dally all during tho holi
days, thus assuring our trade of get
ting fresh goods at all times.
MARRY HERE
Ashby Maze, of Bath county, and
Miss Virginia Gilvln, of this county,
wore married In this city yesterday by
tho Rev. J. W. Crates at the Method
ist parsonage. Mr. Crates also per
formed tho ceremouy uniting in mar
riage yesterday Robert Updike and
Miss Nettie Richards, both of this
county.
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CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
The pupils of Miss Elizabeth M.
Lockridge, teacher of the second
grade of the city school, will give the
following porgram Friday morning:
"Shine Out, O Blessed Star" Open
ing Chorus.
"Christmas Everywhere" Vlrglc
Campboll, Mary Downs, Pearl Hlnos
"Santa and Ills 'Reindeer" Homer
Montjoy.
"Old Santa" Hazel Moxloy.
"Tho Months" Girls' Chorus.
"Christmas" Paul Smoot.
"A Now Snnta Onus" Edwin Sal
year. Quartet, "Santa Cluus' Prewitt
jyells, Shelby Kendall, Ermine Brown
and Wesley Davis.
"December"--Anna Brooks Samp
son. "Christmas Stockings" Howard
Hadden.
"Tho Runaway Christmas Turkey"
Boys' Chorus.
"Tho Things I Want" Lewis Par
ker.' "Little Lord Jesus" Mary Henry.
"Wouldn't You?" Rlggs Sullivan,
Jr.
"Johnny's Letter" Mary Clay Lod
ford. "A Visit From St. Nicholas" Nick
Hadden.
"What Mother Goose's Children
Want Christmas" Woodrow Curtis,
Oswald McLean, Maude Holmes, Ed
win Salyer, Hazel Moxley, Paul
Smoot, Rlggs Sullivan, Jr., and Nick
Hadden.
"Three Bad Little Boys" Ewell L.
Payne.
"Santa Claus" Prewitt Wells.
"So Glad" Ermine Brown.
"Merry Christmas" Willie Mae
Williams, Stanley Carl, Pearl Davis,
Gano Hedrlck, Jeff Conlee, Doty Jef
ferson, Virgil Campbell, Oswald Mc
Lean, Mary E. Downs, Edith Martin,
Charles Pendleton, Mary Cochran,
Stetson Hollon and Walter Dunn.
USED FORD CARS
at lowest prices. You can use one of
these through the winter and sell or
trade next season with very little
loss.
Roadster, regular $130
Roadster, starter $125 '
Roadster, starter ....! $100 '
Half ton truck, starter $175)
I Touring, starter $225
Touring, starter $250
Coupo, starter $250
Hupmobile, touring $175
All are in good running condition.
Come In and let us show you these
cars. Strother Motors Company, Au
thorized Ford Dealers, Mt. Sterling.
BUS LINE TO LEXINGTON
Beginning yesterday, the Reo Bus
Liues Company, with E. R. Webb as
manager, inaugurated a bus lino from j
Loxington via Winchester to this city. I
This company operates a number of
lines out of Lexington and will make
two trips daily to and from this city)
to tho Fayette county capital. Mr. I
Webb states that ho anticipates put-J
lng on on hourly sorvlco as soon as
the Winchester plko In this county Is
completed. Their schedule, as will be
maintained for the present, appears
elsewhere in this Issue. j
"Undo" Joe Wolli colored, wke
said he was born at Louisville, is
dead Is Montana.
1807.
Ho was born In,
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Hver Experienced k
Essex Prices Delivered at
Mt. Sterling
Touring Car $1,140.00
Cabriolet $1,250.00
Coach $1,250.00
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUS
TOMERS During the week of December 18 we will
wrap your parcels for you in holly paper, and this FREE
OF ANY CHARGE.
Mt. Sterling's Largest Garage.
PHONE 115
Baptist Church
Suffers Fire Loss
Wednesda) afternoon about 2:38
o'clock a fire alarm wuh occasioned
by the discovery of a fire in tho Bap
tist church building The fire de
partment responded promptly and
within a few mluiitos the water had
r
been turned on effectively, and but
for the promptness, coolness and ef
fective work of tho lire company, un
der the control of Chief Cllne, the
handsome church edifice and mod
ern Sunday School plant would have
been a total loss. .
Damage from tin- fire, water and
smoke cannot lie estimated at this
time, and only the adjustments of
agents will be able to figure accu
rately the damage sustained.
Insurance amounting to $16,500, car
ried by the agencies of Mayor Mc
Kee and John H. Blount, was distrib
uted as follows: On the building, $13,
000; on the furniture, $1,000, and on
the plpo organ, $2,500. It is tho opin
ion of the church custodians that the
loss is fully covered by insurance.
Rev. Olus Hamilton's loss of books
and furniture in the church library
Is estimated at $2,500, with insurance
of only $300. Tho loss Is total.
It was the opinion of the custodian
of the church that the building was
as near fireproof as it was posslblo
to mako it. The actual cause of the
fire is unknown.
As soon as adjustments have been
made the church , house will be rap
idly restored to Its former beauty,
and the organ and furniture will un
dergo repairs as well.
SOME RECORD- This morning I
sold 30 dozen eggs laid by ray fine
Bufl Rock hens in the last 10 days.
There Is no better strain. Have eggs
for sale for hatching. Mrs. Richard
Wilson, phone 348 W-l.
GOVERNMENT LEAF LOAN
WILL HELP ENTIRE STATE
General satisfaction was noted
among financiers of Louisville on re
ceipt of the news that the War Fi
nance Corporation had approved a
$7."i,000, 000 credit to the dark tobac
co growers' co-operative association
to finance the marketing of tobacco.
The sentiment was that the loan
would put tho association on a sound
financial basis and would bo of great
benefit to the stato as a whole.
LAND SALES
Nineteen acres of land at Grassy
Lick belonging to the Shankland heirs
was sold by Master Commissioner
Thomas Grubbs at $41.25 per acre to
John G. Winn.
Eighty-six and three-quarter acres
on tho Loveo plko, near tho city, be
longing to Walter Rice, sold to B. C.
Clark for $180.25 per acre.
CHRISTMAS TREE
The children of SL Patrick's Sun
day School will have a Christmas
tree at their regular hour Sunday
morninc at 9 o'clock In tho parlor of
the rectory. The senior girls and all
the llttlo tots are Invited as well as
the classes. Presents will also be ox
changed among tho children.
FOR RENT Modern cottage on
Clay streeL Phono 632. (20-4t)
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