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Duerson's- Druo Store.
Phono 129. No. 10 Court St.
., Jf Mr.
7 from a
Clay Reeves has returned
a trip to Washington.
Mr. Nat Young Jr., is attending
the hor&o sale ut,Now York.
Mr. T. F. Triplctt was in Win
chester on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Greene have
returned from their bridal trip.
Mr. Ben Kennard has accepted
a position as apprentice at this
Mr. Edgar Baura, qf Milwaukee,
Wis., was in the city last week on
Miss Belle Cromwell, of Cyn-
thiana, is visiting Miss4Mary Ray
V Trimble. . "
1 Miss Hattio William has return-
jd home after a visit to friends in
JT Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNeal are
Suspending Thanksgiving with rela
tives in Virginia.
Mr. Robert Young, of Pineville,
was in this city several days last
week visiting relatives.
Miss Marie Early, of Maysville,
is the attractive guest of Misses
Olive and Kathryn Wood.
Miss Annie Caswell Prewitt has
returned home after visiting friends
for several days in Danville.
Messrs. Dan Doggett and John
Arnold, of Bath county, were
visitors in our city last week.
Mrs. Maggie Young and daugh
ter, Miss Allee, are visiting Mr.
L. Tipton Young at Louisville.
Mr. Ed. L. William, who has
been to' Martinsville for several
weeks past, has returned home.
Messrs. "Paul and Claude Stroth
er will leave this week for Tampa,
Fla., where they will spend the
Mrs. G. B. Send and little son,
Earl King, who have been visiting
in Woodford county, returned
Mrs. I. F. Tabb and daughter.
Miss Mary Vansant, have return
ed homo after a visit to relatives
in Fleming county.
Mr. James Magowan and moth
er, Mrs. Emma, have taken rooms
with Dr. C. W. Harris on Main
street for the winter. ,
,Mr. James R. Magowan left
Friday for New York whore he
has entered seventeen head of fine
horses in tho Old Glory Horse
Miss Mary Biestaff Ragan, who
is attending Hamilton College at
Lexington, will spend Thanksgiv
ing with her grandmother, Mrs.
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ALWAYS THE SAME
Mfet Mkrr l.Torner fe risiting
friends in" Covington Uiis week.
t Col. Snin Newmeyer is in Cin
cinnati this week on a business
Col. W. P. Walton, of Louis
ville, was, in this city on business
Miss Nollo Miller, of Morchcad,
visited Miss Minnio Heilman tho
Miss Lbuiso Lloyd has returned
from Louisville where sho visited
relatives tho past week.
Mr. .Soth Botts, tho popular
Sheriff of Bath county, was in this
city lust week on business.
"Mrs. T F. Triplctt and daugh
ter, $iss Qllio, spent Sunday in
Mrs. J. M. Jenkins, of Win
chester, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Senicur tho past week.
Mr. J. Cloy Cooper has been at
Canncl City the past week looking
after his mining interest in that
Mr. Kjfchard Apperson, of Lex
ington, spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Airs. W. P.
Misses Mattic Clay Triplctt and
Kathleen McCabo will go to Lex
ington this afternoon to see Maude
Adams in Peter Pan.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McCormick,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. McCormick
will motor to Versailles whore
they will spend several days this
Mr. J. W. Boardman has rented
the property of W. P. Oldhtyn on
Main street and Mr. and Mrs.
Oldham have taken rooms with
Mrs. Effio Tharp.
Judge Lewis Apperson and Mr.
John W. William have returned
from a hunting trip to Eastern
Kentucky. They report birds
very scarce in that section.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bogie and
son Edward, who have been at
Hot Springs for several weeks
past for Mr. Bogie's health, have
returned home and wo are glad to
state that Mr. Bogio is improving
-Mr. Norman D. Brown, who
has been workiug for the "Win
chester Democrat for the past few
months, has accepted a position
as compositor at this office and
has also taken his old position at
at the Tabb. Opera House. His
many friends wilPbe glad to learn
of his return to Mt. Sterling.
une large ana one small gas.
neating stove. Apply at tn otnee Inj.
of Advocate Pub. Co., (Inc.) VI xN
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Best $5.00 boys' suits.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Mrs. H, B. Kinsolving will be
glad to take daily orders for rolls,
steamed brown bread, beaten bis
cuit and salt-rising light bread.
Phone 114. 20-tf
Bishop Burton, of Lexington,
will hold services at the Episcopal
church Sunday morning.
The Young Woman's Missionary
Society of the Christian church
will have a. bazaar and servo lunch
December 18th. Location an
Car Load of Appies.
I will have a car load of nice
apples at tho depot Friday, Nov.
29th, for salo cheap, wholsalo and
retail. " Chas. Long.
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Will find some Extra
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Just come and see how
far your money will
go with us on
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
On last Wednesday afternoon at
three o'clock, at tho homo of her
nidther, Mrs. Jennie L. Robinson,
Miss Giirnetto Kobinson, one of
tho prettiest and most attractive
girls ever reared in Mt. Sterling,
becamo tho brido of Prof. Walter
O.IIopper. The wedding was a
quiet ono, only the relatives and a
few intimate friends being pres
ent. Tho lovely homo was beau
tifully decorated with ferns and
chrysanthemums. Tho bride was
dressed in a bluo traveling suit
and earned a largo bouquet of
bride's roses. The 'ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. W. Porter,
of Lexington, and Rov. W. H.
Hopper, of Burnsidc, brother ot
tho groom. Tho attendants were
Miss Stella Kobinson, sister of the
bride, and Miss Paulina Judy, and
Mrs. Chas. W. Kirkpatrick play
e.dUho wedding march. Immedi
iiteltfafter the ceremony Prof, and
Mrs. Hooper left on tho 3:47 train
for a bridal trip to tho South and
returning they will bo at homo at
No. 22 West Main street. Tho
groom is principal of tho Mt.
Sterling Public Graded Schools,
which position ho has held for a
number of years, and is a gentle
man of culture and refinement.
He is Exalted Ruler of tho Elks
Lodge' in this city, besides being
high in the ranks of many other
lodges and organizations. Among
those present from a distance were
Rov. J. W. Porter, of Lexington;
Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Burnside;
Messrs. George and Joseph Hop
per, and Miss Margaret Hopper,
of Stanford. The Advocate ex
tends best wishes for a long, hap
py and prosperous life.
Ono of tho most beautiful wed
dings of tho season will bo cele
brated on Thanksgiving Day at
tho Christian church, when Miss
Julia Morris Trimble will be mar
ried to Mr. Alfred G. Gates, of
Indianapolis, Ind. The brido is
one of Mt. Sterling's most popular
young women, and her approach
ing'marriugo is being looked for
ward to with much interest. Im
mediately after the ceremony a re
ception wi'l bo given them at the
handsome Trimble home on North
Maysville street, after which the
young couple will leave on an ex
tended bridal trip through the
Good Shoes for Bad Boys.
Punch, Graves & Co.
for anything in the
The Florsheim Shoo
For any wear
' - and everywhere.
18-tf ' W. H. Berry & Co.
Special at Tabb Opera Mouse.
Ralph Brown, tho world's fa
mous pedestrian and entertainer,
will beat the Tabb Opera House
Wednesday matinee and night,
November 27th. Don't fail to be
present and hear this gifted man
tell about his travels on foot in all
parts of the world. He will also
show pictures of tho different
countries he has visited which are
Let Sutton So Son furnish your
home, then you will have the
BEST. It will cost more else
where. 'Phone S. E. Kelly & Co. for
Fresh and Cured Meats. 12tf
If you have any job printingyou
want done in a hurry, let the
Advooatk do it.
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Mrs. J. Stockwell Samuels en
tertained at her homo on Holt av
enue last Wednesday with a five
hundred party. Tho pretty little
home was attractively decorated
in yellow and white and presented
a most pleasing appearance. Af
ter the interesting games a most
delicious luncheon was served.
About seventy-five guests enjoyed
Mrs. Samuels' hospitality. This
was one of the most delightful en
tertainments of the fall season.
HKAUTIFUL PARTY FOR MISS MOKRIS.
Ono of tho smartest social func
tions of the early winter was the
Euchre party given by Mrs. S. B.
Cairington and Mrs. Lee Orear at
tho home of the latter on last Fri
day afternoon in honor of Miss
The beauty of the home was
further enhanced by the lovely
decorations of yellow and white
chrysanthemums, ferns and palms.
The hostesses and Miss Morris
were assisted in receiving by the
handsome guests of Mrs. Carring
ton, Mrs. J. H. McConihay and
Mrs. W. R. McDuniel, of Charles
ton, W. Va., Mrs. Roger Drake,
Mrs. Cecil Greene, Misses Mary
Ray Trimble and Lodema Wood.
There were twelve tables and
eighteen interesting games enjoy
ed. The table numbeis and tallies
were most attractive water colors
of cupids, Mrs. Harry Ringo and
Miss Trimble keeping tho scores.
At the conclusion of the games
a delicious luncheon was served
consisting of substantial and ices.
Mrs. Charles A. Lindsay, Mrs.
Leslie McCormick, Mrs. N. Mc
Coun, Mrs William Carrington,
Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick and Miss
Emi Lee Howe assisted in enter
taining and about fifty live guests
enjoyed the hospitality of these
Your cake and bread will be as
white as snow and your digestion
good t you use tho celebrated
20-2t Robei ts & Ringo.
On Tuesday, November 19, to
the wife of Tom Fitch, a fine baby
girl Kathryn Paul.
Extra Good Clothes for Boys.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Seven nice meat hogs for No
vember delivery. B. F. Mark,
New ties at Walsh's.
Pure Bronze turkeys, Madison
Square Garden strain.
Phone G25 20-2t
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Mr. Robert M. Trimble, who
has been quite sick for several
days past, is able to bo up again.
The condition of Mr. J. M.
Pieratt, who has been critically ill
for the past two weeks, is slightly
Mrs. F. C. Laughlin was taken
to a Lexington hospital Sunday
afternoon where sho is to bo oper
ated on. Her condition is quite
Mr. M. O. Cockrell, who under
went a slight operation at a hos
pital in Louisville, is improving
and it is thought he will soon bo
able to return home.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Punch, Graves & Co.
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The Walsh Co. is showing tho
latest in men's suits and overcoats.
Stetson and Youman Hats.
Punch, Graves & Co.