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Culminated in Marriage
of Popular Young
Sweethearts Since Childhood's
Happy Days.
jjIMr. Roger Drake and Miss
illian Wood surprised their many
iriends Saturday evening by beine
quietly united in marriage at the
home of tho brido's parents on
Clay street. Only a few relatives
and close friends were present.
After tho ceremony tho groom en
tertained with a delightful supper
at Kingo's cafe, after which tho
bride and groom loft in an auto
mobile for Lexington, accompanied
by Mr. Glover Crouch and Mrs.
Emi Leo Hibler Eeid. They re
turned home Sunday and for the
present will bo at home to friends
at tho residence of tho groom's
mother on Holt avenue.
Miss Wood is a daughter of Mr.
' "1 and Mrs. James H. Wood and is
,ono of Mt. Sterling's most popular,
cultured and reGned girls. By her
many charming graces and striking
personality she has endered to her
self numerous friends. Miss Wood
is well known throughout the Blue
grass as a vocalist of rare ability.
Mr. Drake is the youngest son
of Mrs. R. Q. Drake and is u young
man of sterling quality with a host
of friends.
"" The Advocate joins the many
friends of this popular couple in
extending best wishes for a happy
and prosperous married life.
High-class printing quickly done
at reasonable prices.
Advocate Publishing Co.
Ratliff P. Baird has rented Mrs
Lou Barnes' house on Locust
street and moyed to it.
Young Lady Improving.
Miss Mabel Dunn, of Nobles
ville, Ind., tho young lady who
was shot Hallowe'en night while
tho guest of Mrs. Geo. Wood
Owens by Mr. Bert Gault, of near
Maysville, is reported to be im
proving nicely and has been re
moved from the hospital to the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Owens.
Tho Lord will provide provid
ed you do your share of the hus
tling. To the
2le aro ytqents Jfior
The following well known Engraving Companies:
Harcourt & Co., Louisville, Ky. Murray Engraving Co., Chicago, 111.
Kentucky Eng. Co., Louisville A. Strauder Sc Co., Chicago
Gross, Parsons & Hambletou, Louisville
The"Most Complete Line of Engraving Samples
to be found in the city
Special Attention Given to
Wedding Invitations, Announcements
and Calling Cards
WitHIn the next ten days we will have in stock three beautiful lines of
Monogram Stationery rTLTJi
Crane & Pike Co. Come and see it and be convinced. We are pre
pared to do your JOB WORK in a modern aud up-to-date manner.
We are now thoroughly installed in our new quarters, opposite the
Government Building, and will be glad to 6ee you
Advocate Publishing Company
Ex-Sheriff of Powell Shot.
"Billy" Bowen, former Sheriff
of Powell county, was shot Sun
day by Henry Skidraoro, who
in turn was shot and mortally
wounded, by Reese Bowen, a
brother of ''Billy" Bowen. It
is claimed Bowen was accidntally
shot whilo ho and bkidmoro wero
scuffling over tho possession of a
a revolver, and when Reese Bow
en camo up and saw his brother
had been shot, supposed that
Skidmore had done tho shooting
and opened fire, one of the shots
taking effect in his brother's ab
domen and it is probable that this
shot, caused his death. Skidmore
was taken to Lexington where he
was operated on, but his recovery
is very doubtful.
Thero was but one witness to the
rhooting and the above informa
tion was secured from a relative of
all tho parties. Tho Bowen's and
Skidmore's are relatives.
For Sale.
Pure Bronze turkeys, Madison
Square Garden strain.
Robt. Marshall.
Pnone 625 20-2t
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
Held lo Grand Jury.
Henry Wheatley, colored,
charged with cutting and wound
ing Sweet Howard, also colored,
some weeks ago in an altercation
growing out of a dispute in a crap
game, was given an examining
trinl last week before County
Judge McCormick and held to an
swer before, tho next grand jury.
Henry Wheatley, Clarence Jones,
James Piersall, Henry Ellis and
Harrison Trumbo,- all colored,
were lined $20 and costs -each for
Stets"on and Youman Hats.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Death of Infant.
William, tho nine-months-old
boy baby of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Tipton, died at the home of his
parents in the county last week of
pneumonia. He was a bright and
promising child and these good
people have the sympathy of many
friends in their sad bereavement.
It is rumored that "BILLY,
THE KID" is headed towards Mt.
Sterling. Watch out for him.
Mrs. H, B. Kinsolving will be
glad to take daily orders for rolls,
steamed brown bread, beaten bis
cuit and salt-rising light bread.
Phono 114. 20-tf
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
Between five. and Six
Thousand Cattle On
the Market.
Trading Was a Little Slow-Prices
Lower Than Last Court.
Between 5,000 and 6,000 cattle
on tho market. The quality was
fairly good. Trade was a littlo bit
slow and prices wero hardly as
good as last court. The highest
price of tho day was 6c for a few
picked cattle weighing 900 pounds.
Bulk of sales at 5j to $5.75, yearl
ings at $5.25 to $5.50, heifers at
$3.75 to $4.25, cows 3 to 4c, old
cows and rough oxen at 2 to 3c.
Good crowd at tho pens, and while
business was not rushing, a good
many cattle sold during the day.
We caught a few of the sales,
renough to give our readers the
trend of prices.
John Baker 10 460-lb. steers to
John Donaldson, of Bath cdunty,
at S5.35.
Henry Judy 16 650-lb. steers to
E. D. Bell, of Clark county, at 5c.
Fred Stamper 7 800-lb. steers to
John Gaitskill at $5.25.
A. S. Hart 26 850-lb. steers to
Jonas Weil, of Lexington, at 5.65.
Murphy & Hughes 5 900-lb.
steers to Cas. Goff, of Clark county,
at $5.75, and 3 800-lb. cows at 4c
to A. L. Kerns.
Wm. Scobee 6 800-lb. steers to
Uatesby Woodford at 5c.
John Trimble 12 800-lb. steers
to Jonas Weil, of Lexington, at
Sanford Carpenter 68 950-lb.
steers to Thos. Malone, of Mason
county, at $5.75.
Jonas Weil 5 900-lb. steers to
Lucien Bridcforth at 6c.
Thornton Snelling 13 950-lb.
steers to Thos. Malone at $5.75.
Mr. Malone bought over 100 cattle.
Jas. Wireman 8 700-1 b. steers to
Laythram & Clark at 5c.
Ben W. Hall 15 800-lb. steers to
Thos. Malone ut 5&c.
G. W. Ficklin 9 550-lb. steers to
Ed Judy, of Bourbon county, at
Jeff Atkinson 10 800-lb. steers
to O. S. Sanderson, of Bath coun
ty, at 5jc.
Marion French 30 800-lb. steers
to Clarence White at 5ic.
A good many mules on the mar
ket. Trade very dull with very
few sales made. Prices wero off
from live to ten dollars per head.
Horses were also dull, with very
few sales.
Corduroy pants.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
For Rent or Sale.
05-acro farm.
Nice one-story cottage and lot
on Holt avenue. Apply to
T. F. Rouers & Son.
Going to mako a black cako for
Thanksgiving? If you aro you
will mako no mistake by buying
the accessories at Vanarsdell's.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday, Friday, Satur
day the Florshoim shoo "for the
man who cares."
18-tf W. H. Berry & Co.
Courteous treatment, prompt
delivery and your trade apprcci
Ud. S. E.-Kelly & Co. 12tf
Mt. Sterling Boys Beat Lexington.
In tho second gamo of tho scries
between Lexington and Mt. Ster
ling bowling teams, tho Mt. Ster
ling boys were tho victors by a
majority of 45 pfns. The same
teams will meet again at Lexing
ton next Thursday afternoon ind
Mt. Sterling will also go to Dan
ville, to tackle tho strong team of
Cranberries, celery, plum pud
,dings, oysters, in fact everything
the market affords can bo found
ior your Thanksgiving dinner at
Gets Good Job.
r Mr. C. Thompson Coleman has
been appointed by Judge O. C.
Turner as his private secretary
and will assume his duties January
1st. Mr. Coleman has been con
nected with Kirkpatrick & Clay,
tobacco dealers, for several years
past, and is an excellent young
man and has many friends who
will bo glad to hear ot his good
Bring us your country produce.
We will treat you right. S. E.
Kelly & Co. 12tf
High top shoes.
Punch, Graves & Co.
j Big limber Tract.
Mr. H. G. Crabtreo will have
charge of the logging of the large
tract of timber land in Powell
county belonging to M. C. Clay,
of this city. This tract of timber
is known as tho Puyne tract and is
situated on the north fork of Red
River, and is one of the largest
tracts in the mountains.
Grape fruit, oranges,
fruits and nuts of all
kinds at
Foil Rent. The Mastin resi
dence and other rooms on West
High. 19tf B. W. Trimble.'
Gets fine Position.
Ed. N. Wood, formerly of this
city, has been selected as man
ager of the Hotel Cumber
land, of Atlanta, Ga. He has'
many menus here who will bo
glad to learn of his success, and
wo predict he will make good in
his now position.
Cranberries, celery, plum pud
dings, oysters, in fact everything
the market affords can bo found
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Call 100
meat line.
nnything in the
Big Tax Judqment.
The biggest tax judgment ever
rendered in Montgomery county
was prepared by County Attorney
Earl W. Senff, Saturday, fixing
the inheritance tax due from fno
estate of Henry C Hall, deceased.
The amount paid was $5524.25.
Of this largo sum not a cent is
received by Montgomery county,
all of it going into tho coffers of
the State.
Spring lamb and country ham at
Attention, Property Owners!
If you need a now roof or roof
repaired, filters, any kind of gas
fitting, old stoves made now, any
thing in tho plumbing line, see me.
Wall paper cut half in two until
tho first of December. Havo nice
lino of pictures, mottoes and mir
rors tor Xuios. Ready-mixed
paints, Johnson stains and floor
finishes, all at a special price.
Call 447. M. R. Hainline.
( jo-st
Going to mako a black' cake for
Thanksgiving? , If you aro you
will not make a mistake by buying
the accoseories at Vanarsdell's.
Local Bar 10 Give Din
ner in 'Honor of New
Leave to Assume Duties
About December 1st.
Tho members of tho local bar
are preparing to give an elegant
dinner on the evening of Saturday,
November 30, in honor of the re
cently elected Appellate Judge,
the Hon. C. C. Turner, of this
Messrs. James H. Hazelrigg,
William H. Holt and Ed. C.
O'Rear, former Judges from this
district, and the incumbent, Judge
Robert H. Winn, have signified
their intention of being present as
guests of the bar.
Messrs. R. A. Chiles and E. W.
Senff compose the Committee on
Best $15.00 suits and overcoats.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Rents Bigstaff Lands.
The Bigstaff lands on Flat Creek,
of about 1200 acres, have been
rented to Cockrell & Prewitt. To
bacco land at $40 per acre, com
land at $12.50 and $1 for grass.
Everything good to eat at Van
arsdell's. Rents Farm.
Mrs. Lizzie Wilson has rented
her farm on the Camargo pike to
oien roiey ana win, with her son,
Tipton, move to Mt. Sterling to
Grape fruit, oranges,
fruits and nuts of all
kinds at
School Opened.
Mrs. J. W. Prewitt's school,
which has been closed for the past
week on account of tho diptheria
scare, was opened again Monday
Seo tho Walsh Co.'s good cordu
roy suits.
20,000 turkeys for November
and December, for which wo will
pay the highest market price.
16-tf G. D. Sullivan & Co.
Atraore and Heintz Plum Pudding and Mince Meat
Black Cake Material all kinds new goods
Dressed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens
Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Lettuce, Radishes and
Grape Fruit, Oranges and Malaga Grapes
New York Cream, Edam, Pineapple and Roquefort
Price's Fresh Pork Sausage
New Crop New Orleans and Mountain Sorghum
Premier and Nabob Canned Goods new pack
Just received a fresh shipment Whitman's and Low-
ney's Candies in fancy boxes
Fleischman's 5feast received daily
Mew Real Estate Firm.
Messrs. Nick Hadden, Jr., and
S. B. Lane have formed a part
nership and will engage in tho
real estate and loan business. They
have opened an offico in the Rog
ers builing on Court street. Both
aro men of largo family connec
tions and aro splendid business
men and are sure to succeed in
their new enterprise.
Cranberries, celery, plum pud
dings, oysters, in fact everything
tho market affords can bo found
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Moving Pictures.
Tho moving pictures shown at
tho Tabb Opera House Monday
and Tuesday night of the various
views taken in Mt. Sterling, wero
very fine and large crowds attended
tho performances. Manager Wil
kerson is always on the lookout
for entertaining novelties for his
9 m
About That Thanksgiving Dinner.
Housewife, are you thinking
about that Thanksgiving dinner?
Of course you are, as you know
the best way to "Hubby's" heart
is down his throat. Give him the
best and purest things to cat that
can be had, and you are sure of
doing this if you buy your sup
plies from us. Wo will have ev
erything for your Thanksgiving
dinner and will be pleased to de
liver at your door anything that
you may order in person or by
'phone. Here is only a partial
list of what we will have:
The Celebrated Jefferson Flour.
Dressed Turkeys.
Dressed Chickens.
Plum Pudding.
All accessories for Black Cake.
Oysters in Bulk.
The Purest Groceries of all
Raisins, Nuts, Fruits, and Can
20-2t Roberts & Ringo.
Emancipation Cclcbraation.
January 1, 1913, will be the
Fiftieth Anniversary of tho eman
cipation of the negroes in the Uni
ted States and the colored citizens
of Mt. Sterling aro planning to
celebrate the event with a public
demonstration and appropriate ex
orcises. There will bo a parade
at 2 o'clock p. m., emancipation
sermon at one of tho churches at 3
o'clock, and emancipation exercis
es at the Court-house at 8:30 p. m.
There will bo some able speakers
on tho program. Music will be
furnished by local talent.
Walsh's corduroys always the
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