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G. B. SENFF iSDiroaa
Entered ia the Posto5ce at ML Stafcag ai second-da bm3 matter
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We believe oar readers trill testify that -we are not given to
knocking, bat unless we are Terjr badly mistaken the work on the
brick streets now being constructed. Is not progressing as rapidly as
it should. In fact, they would have been done by this time, had the
work been pushed. Some contractors deserre sympathy and consid
eration. In this instance, however, the weather has been ideal and
we see no valid reason why the work has been permitted to drag
along as it has. "We cannot hope for good weather much longer and
every day should be made good use of.
"We are glad to announce the arrival of our new street sweeper.
The next thing in order is to put it in use.
Sutton-Eastin Co.
JFunoral 'Directors and Smbalmers
ftmbulance Service
Corner 97at'n and S3ank Street
7ay 'Phone 48 9tyAt 'Phones 295 and J2Z
Sitt1ttittiirtilHiirti1itti WiiiHHiHiiiiHiiiii
When is Sour Wife's Birthday?
Surprise her by taking home a dainty piece of
jewelry or Sterling Stiver
ffiryan & Whiteheadj jewelers
JLoans I
I Snsurance Sieal S state I
I sotzds I
ft -7X. i4
A Position
On thtd "-
Honor Roll
Means strength. It also implies good methods
and loyal customers. You will make no mistake
in carrying an account with the
Mi Mi National M
C. B. PATTERS&N, Cashier
Maulers f (Hi 3ri
KeitKky RckhL
"We are indebted to Mr. Jacob
F. Trumbo for the following list
of the old Third Kentucky Regi
ment, which was made up of Bath
and Montgomery county men. The
list will be of interst to many ofour
readers who bad relatives in this
List of Capt. James Ewings
Company in Third Regiment of
Foot Volunteers, organized in
September, 1817, and' marched to
Louisville, Ky., where it arrived
September 29, 1847.
Ciptaia Janet Ewing
1st Lieut. Wo. C Allen
2nd Iient. Henry Herodon
2nd Iient. Benj. D. Lacy
1st Sergeant Hngh A. Yonng - f
1st Sergeat Jacob F. Trumbo
1st Sergeant Wm. Templemaa
1st Sergeant James P. Yoaag
Corporal Wm. Bradsba
Corporal Peter Crouch '
Corporal Harrison K. RJo&insoa
Corporal Benj. F. Bnrbridge :
Musician Wm. Hargis
Musician Ambrose B. Cox
Alexander, Wm.
Bailey, John H.
Barker, Wm.
Boone, John
Bradshaw, David
Barnett, Wra.
Brown, Eli
Bedell, John R.
Bedell, William
Bedell, Franklin
Boyd, John J.
Bramble, Marcus
Bohanon, James
Chandler, Anderson
Cline. Levi W.
Cope, William
Craig, John
Conner, Wm. P.
Cupps, David
Carson, John W.
Jeneney, John- l
Johnson, David
Kyle, James
Manly, Wm. w
Moras, James i.
Darjd (,
Mini v, Isaac
Morgan, Wm.
McGnire, Sam W.
North, Lafayette
Korris, Willis
Oakley, George
Oakley. Pleasant'B.
Oliver, Amos
.Oakley. James B.
Pierce, William
Power, Jackson 7 .
Pergram, Robert C.'
Chrisman, Chi. F. Perkins, Henry
Cook, Joseph Pierce, Geerge
Copber, Rcnbin Powell, Aadersoa
Cottigan. Albert Power, John T.
Cupps. Jacob Ralls, Daniel ,
Crooch. Johnathan RryaoJds. Wm.
Copher, Jacob Xiooa. George
Dn el, James B. Snedegar, James
Day, Joel A. Sorrell,.Angastise
Davis, Silas Spence, Wku
Donaldson, W. X. Statoa, Jackson
Gait, John P. Stevenson, James
Gill, Shiloh Thompson, Tbos A.
Glover, Robert Tincher, Franklin
Garner, Allen Toy. George
Ginter, Jacob Vice. Isaac
Gregory, Robert . Wells, Oliver P.
HopHns,FrancisM.Williams. Dmry B.
Hargis. Samoel Wright, Thomas
Howard, Joseph "Well, Alfred
Hopkins, Wm. Wells. Richard
Howard, Benjamin "Wright, Calvin K.
Ingraham, Wm. Yarbrongb, Harrison
Ingraham, John Yarbrongh, Jackson
Jones, George W. Yarbrongh, Alfred
Wear Walsh's underwear.
Far Sale Privately.
My residence on North Maysrille
street. Henry R. Prewitt
Who? What? Why! 17-4t
The ladies of the Grassy Lick
Church will have an Exchange in
Hazelrigg & Son's window, Wed
nesday, November 27. All the
good things for your Thanksgiv
ing dinner.
.See.our $10 overcoats. . , ..
United Clothing Stores.
The Florsheim Shoe
For any wear
and everywhere.
18-tf W. H. Berry & Co.
Large basket Concord grapes at
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
Mr. lJimMe Birwt W ;
Mr. JL JL IjwwTWW, 'V
vitm h4 krxe af e
$MiUfe s4WI Miiiicr, rs by
bM at Us Me i Wt 3i
street, ia jht UT, Wt WedB
iif kc Jr. Iwrece ha
JMtawred tot.h hoese, VhK'
kewaeifcyMrs. EIJT-TWa,na!
was ceocting gas pliwswheo lW
eipfesMaeccurred. He-ws'bly
burned on the face and aras-asl
U bouse aet on fire The fire
aarra was turned in but Mr. Law-
rerce saeceeded in eiuncusmng
the flames before the' departaent
arnred. . .
See our $13.50 silk-lined blue
serge suit. .
United Clothing Stores.
Who'? What? Yvhyt 17-4t
We are in receipt of a paper
from Butler. Mo., announcing the
marriage of Miss Prudence-Trimble,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Trimble, to Mr. Fallon
O'Byrne, of Birmingham, Ala.
The wedding took place at the
Catholic Church, Wednesday, Oc
tober 23, at 7 o'clock, and was a
very beautiful affair. Miss Trim
ble has many friends in this county
who will be interested to learn of
her wedding. " " . v
"'Dat Possum Bag-Moonlight
Makes Me Lonesome "Golden
Bod," 4Td Love to. Love a Girl
Like You" and many other selec
tions, all 10c each. The Fair.
No high prices at Walsh's, but
the best goods. -
The Lecttre.
After listening for nearly two
hours to the lecture of Clinton N.
Howard and joining heartily in the
applause, Mr. W. J. "Bryan said:
"His address made a profound im
pression upon those who listened."
Our readers will remember Mr.
Howard's lectures during the W.
C. T. U. Convention in this city.
A trip to the "Garden of Eden"
that will make you laugh, weep
and think. Be sure and hear him.
Who? What! Why? 17-4t
Home-killed pork and beef at
We buy in large quantities for
our stores and get special prices- is
why we are able to undersell. Try
us. United Clothing Stores.
ly Geo. W. UcHm
Ok flwrte ef Dc$cr
- tim Baiy.
' V,
The Child was Left With NcfTttes
ia This CKy. " ;
v , -4- - '&.;
Geo. W. Buchanan, of Xe?ee '
county, charged with cruelland
wilfully deserting an iafant child
by leaving, it with negroes in 1 this
city some days ago, waived exaral'
nation before County Judfee'Mc
Cormick Friday and gave Kond in
the sum of $250 for his appear
ance to answer nay indictment
that might he found' agaipsthim
at the next term of the Slontgom-
ery Circuit Court. Mr. Buchanan H-
is the editor of the- Frerichburg
Agitator and is well known here.
The mother of the baby appear
ed and after Judge McCprmick
heard her story (the publication
of which we deem unwise) he. re
stored the baby to her.
Be sure and .hear the Clinton N.
Howard lecture. r
See the S2.50 suits for boys at
United Clothing Stores.
Blue serge dress from my huggy,
between Miss Edna Warner's dress .
making establishment and' resi
dence, of Mrs. H.'B. Kinsolving. .
Finder please retu'rn to -"" 1
Mrs. Jas. W. White. , "iA
Phone 610-y . "
Henry P. Keid with United
Clothing Stores.
New Elks.
At a meeting of the Elks' Lodge
last Thursday evening thJ follow
ing gentlemen were initiated:
Messrs, )V. L. Killpatrick,.1ft.i.M'.'
French, R. H. Lane and H. P.
Be sure and hear the Clinton N.
Howard lecture.
The Spot Cash Grocery window
display'is attracting wide attention.
It certainlyis a beauty. Be sure
and see it.
former Montgomery
County Woman Dead.
Mrs. Anna E. Magowan Brooks
died at a Lexington hospital last
Mrs. Brooks had been in poor
health for several years past. De
ceased was formerly a resident of
this county but had been residing
in Lexington for several years.
She was related to the Magowan
and other prominent families 'in
this section.
m t-a
Be sure and bear the Clinton N.
Howard lecture.
'Cooper's Pool and Billiard
Parlor Being Remodeled.
Mr. J. Clay (Jooper is having
liis pool and billiard parlor newly
papered and painted. All the ta
bles will be worked over, electric
lights installed and other improve
ments made, which, when com
pleted, will make Mr. Cooper have
one of the most up-to-date pool
rand billiard palaces in this section
of theJState.
"Treadeasy," the great health
shoe for women rebounding rub-
bar hack, cork cushion' insoles.
18-36jlW, JL Btrrs & Co, rw
Reception In llosor of Mr. Clark.
The members of the Christian
Church, in this city, will, on Fri
day, from 3 to 5 in the afternoon
and from 7 to 9 in the evening,
hold a reception at the church in
honor of Kev. H. D. Clark, who
has just completed bis twenty-fifth
year of service as pastor of that
church. The congregation ex
tends'a hearty invitation to every
one in the city and county to this
reception, irrespective of their re
ligious denomination. Rer. Clark
has endeared himself to the people
of this community, not only by
his faithful service to his church,
but by his kind and, considerate
treatment of all with whom he
has come in contact, and it is the
sincere wish of countless friends
that he live many more years and
that all of them be happy and
pleasant ones.
for Sale.
Pure bred Mammoth Bronze
Turkeys. Hens, $3; toms, $1.
L. B. Hadden.
B. E. 6 18tf Phone 516
Wilson Bros, shirts at
Stetson and
J .feU
' m
Bunch, Graves & Co. J$ J
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