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Mr. Howard Audersou was in Lexing-
"05t6ti on business Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Scott, of Lexington, is the
truest of Mrs. lv. E. Griggs.
liia,,,, Miss Martha Evans, of Little Rock, is
visiting friends in this city.
" Miss Mary Willie Guthrie spent Thanks-
..giving with friends in Lexington.
Judge Finley E. Fogg, of Paintsvillc,
was in this on business Tuesday.
Miss Marie Early, of Maysville, is the
attractive guest of the Misses Wood.
Miss Ella Trimble returned thfs week
from a visit to friends in Paris, 111.
Miss Mary E. Tyler has returned from
an extended visit to Philadelphia.
Miss Mary McClure Fogg is the guest
of MissJDede Robson, in Louisville.
Mrs'. Lou Hampton and daughter, Miss
, Frankie, are visiting relatives in Lexing-
Mrljames Hall, of Lexington, was the
, guest of relatives here the first of the
Prof, and Mrs. W. O. Hopper have re
turned from their bridal tour to Ashville,
Mr. William French, of Frankfort,
spent Thanksgiving with his parents in
Slf fParka Wood,- of; Louisville,-tspent
Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. Jno.
Miss Virginia Lisle, of Clark county,
lias been the guest of Miss Allene Beall
for the past week.
Miss Mary Vansant Tabb visited Miss
Jennie Judy Ratliff in Winchester from
Friday until Monday.
Mr. Charles Nesbitt, of Lexington,
spent Thanksgiving with his mother,
Mrs. Fannie Nesbitt.
Mrs. T. D. Jones returned home Mon
day to Tampa, Fla., after a three months'
visit to relatives in this city.
Mr. Harold Arthur, of St. Louis, Mo.,
was the guest of his brother, Mr. T. B.
Arthur,the first of the week.
Miss Elizabeth Ratliff, of Sharpsburg,
was the guest of Miss Mary Brown, in
this city several days last week.
Messrs. Frank and John Mathias, of
Carlisle, spent several days with relatives
f and friends in this city last week.
Mrs. Richard Reid Rogers and daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth, of Washington, D.
v, c r. hpTf vkilinir relatives and friends.
Misses Mary and Elizabeth Lockridge
attended the State-Y. M. I. foot-ball
game at Lexington Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baber have moved
to the Fizer property on Richmond Ave.,
vacated by Mr. W. S. Stnathers and
v Miss Eliza Trimble Hughes, of Hamil.
ton College, Lexington, spent Thanks-
Wftn' JWf GOttntf. MlM wmwcc
M(m Jesk Lotttae Hugh, who is at
itmMng Marikoa ItMKhate at RldHHoad,
pentThanksgivlBf; with relatives' in the
Dr, and Mrs. R. L. Spratt left yester
day for Cincinnati, where Dr. Spratt will
attend the meeting of the Ohio State
Mr. M. L. Kitkpatrick and wife, of
Cincinnati, were the guests of Mr, Kirk
Patrick's brother, Mr. G. L. Kirkpatrick,
the past week.
Miss Catherine Stofer, who is attend
ing college at Millersburg, spent Thanks
giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Stofer, ,
Mr. Fred Vfcckesser1 has returned from
Cincinnati where he purchased a full line
of holiday goods for his store, the Spot
Mr. Harvey M. Prewitt left yesterday
for Chicago? wiiere he will attend the
National Stock Show. Mr. Prewitt will
also visit friends while in Illinois.
Those who attended the Thanksgiving
dance from, Winchester were Messrs.
Mike O'Brien, Walter Briggs, George
Stapleton, Gayle Jackson and Gifford
Prof. R. I. Cord and wife, of Catlettt
burg spent the, Thanksgiving holiday
with relatives In this city. Prof. Cord
returned Sunday, but his wife will re
main for several days.
Judge C. C. Turner, accompained by
Judge A. A. Haielrige, left Tuesday
morning for Frankfort to assume his
duties as Judge of the Court of Appeals
from the Seventh Appellate District.
Diamond rings from one dollar
to five hundred dollars on sale at
Jones' Jewelry Store.
Prompt delivery, courteous
treatment and your trade appre
No high prices at
the best goods.
Buy candies, fruits and nuts for
the little folks at Greenwade's.
22-4t.' Phono 100
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t , Mr,.and.MrajGeorge Blevins. have an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Mary Elizabeth Blevins, to Mr.
Gratton Woodson, of Middlesboro, the
wedding to take place in the early winter.
Miss Blevins is one of the most beautiful
and popular eirls ever reared in Mont
gomery county, while Mr. Woodson is a
prominent young business man of Mid
dlesboro, being a brother of Mrs. Chen
ault Cockrell and being a partner in
business with Mr. Cockrell.
We serve only Huyler's Choco
late at our fountain.
Folio ' the
crowd to Jones'
Highest class black cake ingred
ients can be found at
Miss Mary Lockridge to please
call at this office for a ticket to
"The White Squaw," which will
be played at the Tabb Opera House
Monday, December 9th.
figs and dates at
chickens every Satur-
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. Beautiful Wedding.
Coettourf from pate t
ton; Frank Trimble, of Memphis,
Tcnn., J. G. Trimble, Jr, of Cin
cinnati; Mrs. Strothcr Mitchell, of
Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Qoodpaster, of Frankfort; Mrs.
Thos. D. Jones, of Tampa, Fla,,
Misses Mary Roo McLin and
R o w o n Kash, of Hazclgrccn.
Among the groom's relatives who
attended the wedding were his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Gates; his grandmother, Mrs'. A.
B. Gates! Mr. 'and Mrs. 0. F. By
ram, his uncle and aunt, and his
brother, W. B. Gates, all of In
dianapolis. His sister, Mrs. Kelly
Jacoby, of Middletown, 0., also
6f holiday goods is
The Novelty Store.
tigs and dates at
Hog Killing Time.
Let us kill your hogs for you,
wo will render the lard and make
your sausage. Our s 1 a u g h ter
house is modern and up-to-date,
everything strictly sanitary. Try
us. Phono 100.
Ring the Belles of Xmas. Rings
at Jones' Jewelry Store.
W. S. Taylor Marries Again.
W. S. Taylor, former Govern
or of Kentucky, who has lived in
Indianapolisjsince he left the State
following the assassination of Wil
liam Goebe), was married Sunday
to Mrs. Nora Meyers. Itwas the
bride's third marriage and the
At Tabb Opera House
Monday, Dec, Rib,,, ..
Jones' Jewelry line is complete.
Seven nice meat hogs for No
vember delivery. B. F. Mark,
Good Shoes for Bad Boys.
Punch, Graves &,Co.
Caleb Powers, Congressman
from the Eleventh Congressional
District, and Miss Anna Dorothy
Kaufman, of Newport, wore mar
ried at the latter's homo in New
It is possible to make this world
a little heaven, but it still seems
necessary to have the devil hang
ing rrountl on the outskirts.
High-class printing quickly done
at reasonable prices.
Advocate Publishing Co.
Mrs. H, B. Kinsolving will bo
glad to take daily orders for rolls,
steamed brown bread, beaten bis
cuit and salt-rising light bread.
Phone 114. 20-tf
Best $5.00 boys' suits.
Punch, Graves & Co.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday, Friday, Satur
daythe Florsheim shoe "for the
man who cares."
18-tf W. H. Berry & Co,
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Extra Good Clothe for Boys.
Punch, Graves & 'Co.
A Mt. Sterling woman Is so
grasping tbat.it isiaid shej "i Hot
satisfied with free sd&tTotfVsh'e
thinks it should also be guaranteed.
Again death has entered the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hovermale and
claimed their youngest son, L. C, aged
four years. Just two months and eleven
days have passed since God called their
oldest boy, Russell, aged six. Sad in
deed afe the parents of these two bright
little boys. But God in his infinite wis
dom knew best and we can only say
"thy will be done, Oh! Lord, not ours."
To the grief stricken parents we extend
our heartfelt sympathy. Burial in North
Engraving at Jones'" Jeyvclry
Store is done by a graduatcjof the
Philadelphia Horological School.
Grapo fruit, oranges,
fruits and nuts of all
Have you tried the B. & C.
cakes at 10, 15 and 20 cents? It is
the best on the market tor the
money. Try it.
38tf S. E. Kelly & Co.
On Wednesday night of this week un
ion prayer meeting will be held at the
Methodist Church at 7:30. Mr. D..M.
Cromwell, manager of the All-Prayer
Foundlings Home of Louisville, will
show some stereopticon views and will
make a short talk. Admission free and
everyone urged to be present.
Prompt delivery, c o u r t 0 ous
treatment and your trade appre
We make One engraving a spe
cialty. Jones' Jewelry Store.
Car Load of Apples.
I have a car load of nice apples
at th&depot for sale cheap, whole
sale and retail.
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Mrs? Leo Games, who was operated On
a feWidayB ago at Lexington, remains in
I'v.- . :'.
Mr. J. M. Pieratt's condition remains
about the same.
Come today and let us help you
scldctjyour 'Xmas gifts while our
stock, is complete.
The Novelty Store.
t You paust be. satisfied 'that goods
are as represented, or money re
fundodat JoneslcJowelry Store,'
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Always the best the market af-
' Punch, Graves & Co.
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Call 100 for anything in the
meat line. Greenwade's.
Wear, Walsh's underwear.
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ForjXmas suggestions come and
see our- beautiful line.
' j' The Novelty Store.
Grapefruit, oranges, bananas,
fruitsTand nuts of all kinds at
Jones pays factory prices. Few
people can undersell his line of
New ties at Walsh's.
Pro Prescott, of the University pf4
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
acid of grapes held highest rank as an
article of food and he regarded the re
sults from baking with cream "of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar,
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Following is a list of days Couu
ty Courts arc held in counties near
Bath, Owingsville. 2d Monday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Monday.
Clark. Winchester, 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday.
Fleming, Fleramgsburg 4th
Harrison, Cynthiana 4th Mon
day. Madison, Richmond, 1st Mon
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3rd
Nicholas, Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
II. Clay McKee & Sons
Buy, Sell and Rent Real Estate,
Loan Money, to or For You.
Write the Best Insurance Execute
Bonds for you, nut vou Next tc
best investments. Sell The Best
Autos The White Motor Car.
Don't fai to see them. 44-tf.
' If you have-any job printingyou
want done in a hurry, let the
Advocate do it.
firyan & Whitehead's
- New Jewelry Store -
funeral Directors and fimbalmors
Way '!PAon 48
Order Cards Early.
Nearly everybody wants en
graved calling cards to enclose
with their Christmas presents, but
many people put off ordering
cards until the last few days be
fore Christmas, when it is too late
to (ill the order in time. Suppose
you examine your supply of cards
and give your order this month?
You will then have the cards on
hand when you need them.
We would suggest, in this con
nection, that nothing makes a
daintier or more acceptable Christ
mas present than a nice copper
plate and 100 engraved visiting
cards. We will be glad to show
Advocate Publishing Co.
Itching, torturing skin erupt
ions, disfigure, annoy, drive one
wild. Doan's Ointment brings
quick relief and lasting cures.
Fifty cents at any drug store,
If the Elevator to Success
stopped, try the stairs.
and iBank Stroots
Wight 'Phonos 295 and 2b