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John Stofer is in Cincinnati,
' (J. H. Keller is in
Js;" - Mrs. A. S. Hart was in Lexington
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i..'" - yesterday shopping.
4 i. i Mrs. J. W. Weber, of Winchester,
j', was n tu's c yesterday.
1 Miss Rosa Burke, of Winchester,
is the truest of Mrs. B. E. Punch.
Mrs. W. C. Cooper is visiting her
father, II. B. Stafford, nt Ashland.
'yW. W. Eubank was in Cincinnati
several days the past week on busi
Mrs. Margaret West nnd daughter,
Miss Etbel, aro visiting Mrs. W. M.
Tom Greene returned Sunday af
ter a business trip of several days
Mrs, Mario Clark, of Washington,
D. C, is spending her vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ilinson nnd
son, Leonard, aro visiting relatives
Mrs. Dan M. Chenault who spent
the past s5x months in New oYrk, is
here for the summer.
. ' ' M. N. Gay, of th0 Rngnn-Gny Mo
:t tor Co., hns been in Cincinnati for
J " tho past several days.
A Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlcs Fitch, of
Winchester, were guests of Miss
-. ( Nettie Ilorton Sunday.
A' ." ' Mrs. J. II. Ilosteter, of Lexington,
" is the guest of Charles. W. Anderson
k'i and.wifo on North Sycamore street.
-, , ,Jfrs Iva jy Swaffield has acecpt-5-v
" eil a position at Beattyvillc and she
" ' and her son, Byron, have gone there
j, to live.
Misses Helen Cavett, of Jackson,
Ohio, and Alpha Ball, of Millers-
burg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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Miss Minnie Inee Goins spent Mon
day in Lexington. .
Mrs. D. B, Skidmore is shopping
in Lexington today.
Mrs. Anderson C. Bogio spent
Monday in Lexington.
Miss Pearl Lano is in Lexington
today attending' Uf ST. Court.
Miss Virginin Ayrcs left today for
a vis&t to relatives at Fujton;
E. 0. Rcdwitz, of Hnrrodaburg,
was hero yesterday on business.
William II. Reid, of New York, is
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P.
Mrs. Ed. L. William and daugh
ter, Miss Edith Willium, are nt Mar
tinsvillo, Ind. "
Misses Wilma nnd Helen Millignn,
of Louisville, aro bcro for a visit to
Mrs, A. L. Lnughlin at tho Baumont
Miss Mattio Dalton, of Lexington,
Assistant Stato Labor Inspector, is
here this week to nttend tlio tench
Richard M. French, of San Fran
cisco, has joined Mrs. French in a
visit to her pnrcnls, Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Pangburn.
Miss Carrie B. Anderson has re
signed her position with L. M. Red
mond and hns gone to Lexington to
take a business course.
Mr. and Mrs. George R- Snyder
and son, George, Jr., left yesterday,
in their car for a week's stay at
Signal Mountain, Tcnn.
Preston Cook has returned from
Shelby, N. C, where he was called
on account of the illness of his
mother, Mrs. C. L. Cook.
Judge J. F. Osbon, of Frenchburg,
passed through this city Monday
enrouto to Winchester to Visit the
family of his son, Henry W. Osbon.
Mrs. Byron Gnger, of? Chattanoo
ga, who has been tho guest of Ml,
nnd Mrs. Colonel Gntewood, is now
in Bourbon county usiting her son,
Mrs. Henry Ford Smith and
daughter, Miss Cndy, returned to
their home in St. Louis, Mo., Satur
day afteu a two weeks' visit to the
family of Guy Sandefur.
A picnic party spending Sunday
afternoon nt "Xalapa Farm" was
composed of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Highland, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs.
Alice Gillnspie, Mrs. A. S. Hart, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Oldham, Misses Al
leo Young, Lola Lawrence, Frances
Kennedy, Laura Hart, Louise
Barnes, Nancy Clay, Elizabeth Clay
Highland, and Mr. Rex Hall.
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body-building and egg-making materials
inexactly the right proportions. Pullets
and fowls lay oftencr when fed this feed.
ln,e,-;cjean shelled, Cull meated eggs.
is unvarying in quality. It contains 20
protein; 5 fat and 7H fibre. It is sure
to increase the yield of any poultrytnaa
who feeds it any length of time.
Mad by Tb Early A DanLl Co.;
maker of Tuxwio Chop, Tuxod
fsratch and ethar faada.
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Charles Kofcler, of Philadelphia,
is the gnesl of Adlai Richardson.
Misses Margaret Settles, of Eliz
abcthtown, and Jano Crouch, of
Bethel, are guests of Miss Nancy
Clay nt "Mapleton," tho country
home of Miss Clay's grandmother,
Mrs. Nan Hall.
Messrs. Stewart McCormick, W.
A. Mason, Robert A. Mason, Luther
Mason, Roger Greene, James Greene
nnd Ewell Payne have returned
from a week's fishing nnd camping
trip on the Kentucky river.
Mrs. Matt Kelly, Miss Ruth Kel
ly, Tom and Richard Kelly left today
for Los Angeles, Cab, to make their
future home. These are most excel
lent people nnd we regret very much
1 to sco them leave Mt. Sterling.
Capt. and Mrs, C. II. Petry, J. C.
Cooper and Miss Emma Cooper were
in Louisville Saturday to see Mrs.
Cooper, who 5s ill at St. Joseph Hos
pital. Mrs. Cooper's friends will be
glad to learn of her improved condi
tion. Mrs. Harry G. IIofTmnn nnd son,
Tom IIofTmnn, left today for New
York where Tom Hoffman will join
the Boy, Scouts nnd sail on tho S. S.
Pocahontas for England. Mrs. Hoff
man will return home the latter part
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence William,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Courtney Ilorton,
Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Ilorton, Miss
Edith William, Miss Elizabeth Ilor
ton, Miss Anna Irwin and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Normnn Ilorton spent the
week-end in enmp on Slate creek.
Mrs. J. W. Prewitt, Mrs. John
Stofer, Mrs. A. S. Johnson, Misses
Elizabeth Ann Reynolds, Agnes
Stofer, Judith Johnson, Mary and
Helen Gntewood spent Saturday at
Fanners with Mrs. Howard Van
Antwerp and Miss Betty B. Van Ant
Among the Mt. Sterling people who
spent Sunday nt Olympian Springs
were: Dr. and Mrs. T. Benton Hill,
James Bigstaff, Jack Owings, Miss
Mary Lawless Gntewood, Miss lrnn
ccs Samuels, Miss Marrelln Chiles,
Miss Mary Stamper, Miss Clara
Stamper, Dr. G. M. Hbrton, Howell
Hunt, Roger Iledden and Dr. 0. P.
The following from this city were
registered at Olympian Springs the
past week: Mr. and Mrs. W. IT.
Strossmnn, Jr., Geo. E. Colemnn, C.
W. Kiikpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
Greene, Miss Henrietta Greene, Mr.
and Mrs. John G. Rollers, William
Enoeh, Stanley Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John A. Judy, Mr. and Mis. A. W.
Crooks, Miss Mary R. Crooks, Mrs.
C. W. Hawkins and children, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Clay, Miss Nancy
Clay, Miss Lula Thonins, Miss Anno
E. Thomas, Hunt Priest. There were
a great many guests at the hotel on
the night of Friday, June 25, nt a
square dance. Music for same wn-
furnished by a group of old tiddlers.
However the biggest event of the
season promises to bo the Clay Pig
eon Shoot on July 3, 5, 0, and the
dance on July 10, at which Smith's
orchestra of Lexington, will furnish
tho music. f
Among those who wcro here Fri
day tb attend the funeral of Rich
ard E. Punch were: Rev. E. B. Rhor
er, of Mnyslick; Rev. Dean O'Dwy.
er, of Frankfort; Rev. George
O'Bryan, of Winchester; Rev. W. A.
Freiberg and Ror. W. T. Punch, of
Lexington; Rer. James Carroll, of
Cynthiana; Sister Constance, Sister
Mary George, Sister Alma, Sister
Anua Teresa, of Lexington; Mrs.
Joanua Punch, Mr. and Mrs. J, II.
Truynor, Misses Hose and Louise
Leveroue, Ricburd Punch, Mrs. Jus.
Rogers, Mrs. James A. Doyle, Mrs.
Floyd Burns, Teddy Miuihan, Mrs.
C. II. Payne, Mrs, Johu Dalphiu,
Mrs. B. J. Dolphin, John Feehun, J.
J. O'Brien, J. J. Reagun, Richard
Colbert, Dennis A. Furlong, W. P.
Maher, W. Y, Lindsay, Mlbs Jennie
Treacy, J, P. Sullirun, of Lexington;
John Dooley and Frank, O'Brien, of
Cincinnati; Mm. Mury Bruer and
Mum Margaret Bruer, Micw Nancy
McCoy and Job C. McCoy, of Fort
XtoaukB, Md JC4. Jetto Sawta, at
Mrs. J. C. GnStskill will entertain
tb0 Sewing Circle Tuesday after
noon nt her home on the Maysvillo
Mrs. William Howell will entcr
tnin nt Rook nt her beautiful coun
try home Wednesday afternoon nt
Mrs. J. Will Clay will cntcrtnin
Wednesday afternoon with a Sewing
Party in honor of Miss Vitula Kin
solving, of Louisville, nnd Mrs. W.
Picnic and Swimming Parly
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles W. Kirk
pntrick were hosts nt a picnic l nnd
swimming party Sunday afternoon
nt "Kirk's" Camp on Slate creek.
TheSr guests wer0 Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. McNenl, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Lind
sny, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Bogie, Mrs.
John Speer nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. II. G.
For Tom Hoffman
The Boy Scouts of this city gave
a faro well party Thursday evening
at the home of Blanche and Fletcher
Clark, in honor of Tom Hoffman,
one of their members who leaves
this week for an nil summer's stay
in Europe. Music nnd games were
enjoyed until a late hour, and lovely
refreshments were served. About
forty of young Mr. Hoffman's
friends were present.
Misses Anne nnd Sally Clay en
tertained with a bcantifully appoint
ed luncheon todny nt their home on
Main street in honor of the 22nd
wedding anniversary of Dr. nnd Mrs.
A. W. Fortune, tho date being also
tbe birthday of Dr. Fortune and Mrs.
Anna Bailey. The table decorations
were of red and white sweet peas,
which were placed in crystal bask
ets at each end of tbe long table. A
huge cake with red and wljitc can
dles being plnced in the center. Ex
quisite water color cards showed
tho guests their places at the hospi
table board, and .a delicious lunch
eon of seveinl court-os was served.
Tho Misses Clay's guests were: Dr.
and Mrs. A. W. Foitune, Miss Emily
Fortune, Carl Fortune, Mrs. Jennie
Bailey, Mrs. Anna Bailey, Prof, and
Mrs. E. E. Snoddy, Lelnnd Snoddy,
of Lexington; Mrs. Sallie Coleman,
of Nashville, Tenn.; Dr. Robert
James, of Lexington; Mr. nnd Mrs.
Nat Young, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Jef
fries, Mrs. Sally Berry, Mrs. Aman
da Clay and Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Mrs. Owings Entertains
One of the prettiest parties of the
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season was that given on Thursday
afternoon when Mrs. R. G. Owinga
entertained nt cards at her hand
some homo on the Owingsvillo pike.
Bridge was played after which a
most delightful pinto lunch was
served. Mrs. Owings' guests includ
ed, Miss Lizzio ' Prewitt Coleman,
Mrs. Patty J. Riley, Miss Laura
Williams, Mrs. II. G. Hoffman, MisR
Hattio Owings, Miss Mary E. Turn
er, Mrs. J. Oldham Greene, Mrs. W.
B. White, Mrs. David C. Fox, Mrs.
Ben R. Turner, Mrs. C R. Prewitt,
Mrs, Charles Lindsny, Mrs. C. T.
Hnzelrigg, Mrs. A. S. Johnson, Mrs.
J. W. Clay, Mrs. Jack Burbridgc,
Mrs. Henry ReW, Mrs. Alfred
Crooks, Mrs. Percy D. Bryan, Mrs.
Jack Owings, Mrs. A. C. Bogie, Mrs.
C. W. Kirkpntriek, Mrs. A. M. Pu
laski, Mrs. Robert Winn, Mrs. C. II.
Gntewood, Miss Kathleen Gnger, of
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. McCly
monds, of Berkeley, Cnl.; Mrs. Ma
rion Bridges, Mrs. Robert Howell,
Mrs. Lawless Gatewood, Mrs. Sam
B. Carrington nnd Mrs. Owings
Notable among the many socinl
affairs of tho week was the party
given this morning by Mrs. John D.
Henry and Miss Ada Henry nt tho
home of tho Intter on Clay street.
Garden flowers in grentcst quantities
were used to decorate the rooms
and rook was played until no.on
when a delicious luncheon of sub
stantinls nnd Sees wns served from
the card tables. Mrs. Henry's and
Miss Henry's hospitality included:
Mrs. Jesse P. Highlnnd, Mrs. Frank
Boyd, Mrs. Lester Lee, Mrs. Prewitt
Young, Mrs. Chnrles Duff, Mrs. B.
P. Jeffries, Mrs. W. K. Prewitt, Mrs.
I Fisher Murk, Mrs. A. Sydney Hart,
I Mrs. Clarence White, Mrs. W. T.
! Highland, Mrs. Charles T. Highland,
Mrs. R. M. Jones, Mrs. Charles An
derson, Mrs. S. E. Sprntt, Mrs, F.
! W. Bassctt, Mrs. Robert Howell,
Mrs. Will Howell, Mrs. W. P. Old
hnm, Mrs, George C. Eastin, Mrs.
Stcwnrt C. Sharp, Mrs. James Nes
bitt, Mrs. Ida Reis, Mrs. Floyd
Potts, of Hickman, Ky.; Mrs. Steve
Pierntt, Mrs. Russell Henry, Mrs.
John Ford, Miss Betty Roberts, Miss
Susio Burroughs, Miss Elizabeth
Pierntt and Mrs. Loring Z. Turlev.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whil!fWro
hosts nt dinner Snndny nt their
home on the Mnysville pike. Covers
were In'd for Rev. C. B Cassity,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wright, Mr. anil
Mrs. Edwnrd Wright, A.' E. Law
rence, Miss Loin Lawrence, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Eoyd, Coil Boyd'-ond
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Ilighlandi
Miss Elizabeth McCoun . and iMis
Adelaide Gay were hoslessts at a
card party Friday afternoon, enter
taining at the lovely home of tho
Intter on West High street: Various
colored garden tlowe'r in greatest
profusion decorated the attraciivo
rooms, nnd nt the close of tho games
dainty refreshments were served.
Miss MeCoun's nnd Miss Gay
guests were: Misses Henrietta Cole
mnn, Margaret ITadden, Mary Crail,
Mary V. Robeitson, Anna B. Pinney,
Ida Belle Brother, Mary Lawless
Gatewood, Louise Orear, Pattio
Thompson, Emily Ibwlrigg, Mnr
garct Nesbitt, Carolyn Bourne, Graco
Jones, Margaret Ramsey, Martha
Mac Robinson, Elizabeth Clay nigh
land, Kathleen Gager, Kathleen Mc
Cabe, Marcella Chiles, Sarah Steph
ens, Ethel Baker, Jenmol Gntewood,
Frances Reese, Leola Henderson,
Dorothy Tyler, Mildred Gatewood,
Ida t and, Robin Calk, Cntbcrino How
ell, Alma Cox, Carolyn Ratliff, Em
ma Cooper, Mattie 'Judy Botts,
Catherine Earl Vnnarsdell, Laur.i
Hart, Mary Bcall, Frances Samuels,
Elizabeth Kelly Barnes, Louisa
Barnes, Frances Kenned', Sarah
Frances Hamilton, Nnnev Clay,
Elizabeth Boyd, Ethel Fletcher, of
Lexington; Elizabeth Coleman, Mary
Robinson Crooks, Mesdames Stewart
Sharp, Albert Botts, William May,
David Chenault, Lester Tliarp, Wil
liam Tipton, Ilalley Gillnspie, Frank
Hill, James Nesbitt, Dillard Doug
las, Jack Burbridge, Claude Diuia
vent, Floyd Potts, Edwrif-Wnghr,
and Miss Mary Anderson.
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sfoxe in perfect condition. Willard
Tom Vuusuiit has returned to
Fulton, Mo., after a i-it -to his
patents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Vansnnt.