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wtSyof interest.
J. C. McNeal left1' Sunday for a
business trip to -New" York..
Watt QayfoI Winchester,, .was in:
the city lail' ,wek'on,,bulness
Italian! Smith left todaV! for Louis-
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TP vllle to spend' several wee'ks: '
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JH1SS UlUy AUUUSUU DtUlUlM, iiUUiO-
vllle, is the guest of Miss Maryann
Young. -'
Miss Dorothy Tyler 'ia visiting her
sister, Mrs.' John D7 McColm, in
Huntington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tyler are visit
ing, Mr. and Mrs. M. .A. Tyler in Ger
mantown, Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mpntjoy spent
Sunday in Paris with Mrs. Moptjoy's
elster, Mrs. Atchison. .
Miss Genevieve Settles visited her
aunt, Mrs. Jamea V. Sltackelford, in
'Lexington the, past we.ek.
Mrs. Caswell Prewitt has-returncd
j'from Lexington, where she visited
Mr. and Mrs. Kenney NDeHayen.
i Miss Bess Pelley, of the Mary
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Wl'" . ; several weeks' trip throiigh the west
Mrs. U. a. retry nas gone w Haz
ard for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W1I-
- V Vl,am My and Mrs.Mattie -W. Cole
''J ' -man.
UjMfss Mildred Gatewbod is', in Lex-
M ' . ... t fc ' . ... J.l'.t W 1 if
k iv ington wun ner moiner, mrs. a. j.
' Gatewood who is ill nt St. Josepn:s
Hospital.
Misses Susan and Doro'thy Wells
will leave tomorrow for a visit to
their sister, Mrs. Frank Ghrist, in
Galllpolls, Ohio.
"Mrs. Jack .Burbrldge is 'visUing
friends in Kansas City and will later
go to Tulsa, Okla., for a visit to Mr,
and Mrs. W. S. Duty.
Mrs. H. C. Jacobs and foui:harm-
ing daughters, of Lexington, arrived
Saturday to spend a week with Mrs.
Taylor Doggett in the county.
Miss 'Irene McNamaa has return
f ed from ,a week's camping trip on
the Kentucky river with the Pi Kap-v-pa
Alpha fraternity at Camp Blda-
Wee.
Miss Hazel Mallory, who . had her
tonsils removed at St. Joseph's Hos
pital in Lexington' last Friday, was
able to return to her home in this
city yesterday, where she is recover
ing, rapidly. '
MiCand Mrs. Robert Judy, Mrs. D.
W. Hunier, Mr. and. Mrs. C. C. Che-
nault and Mr. and .Mrs. It. G, Ow
ingB were In Sharpsburg yesterday
to attend the funeral and burial of
Mrs. George Bascom. ' ''
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Elliott,, and
daughters, Misses Elisabeth and Mil
llcent Elliott, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lois
Tliompson and Clifton Prewitt, Sr.
Mrs. Elliott will be remembered here
as Miss Eva Clay Prewitt t
Miss Mary Beall, who has been in
structor in mathematics at the Jack
sonvllle. Fla.. hlKh school for the
past year, left :S(urday tor an Wn
trip to New York. After '' Beverkl
weeks'- visit in New brWfcih-
ington she will return to' her Home
iUy this city,
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WHEAT GROWERS!
As soon as your Wheat Is threshed we will be jn
the market for it at the highest market price.
Send in and get bags.
We appreciate your business,
GREENE & DUFF
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Miss Gladys-' HuBt; pf Ashland) 1b
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.vwiting Mm uiraHart.
Ms. TJ.TeHSkJo'ikas'rKone to Tol
edo Ohio, to vfelt .her daughter, Mrs."
'""mVbb j'Bfuth 'MCCb'ra,'- lor-4Wlncheflter!,'
laNth gueet-lot Jdgean4 Mrs. enry
'r ,Erwitt. -k" -; t "'t
Hifinrvsij. Wilson; ot 'west Liieeriy,
is, gueet ot MrtrTaylbr-begltt in
the county ' . ? ' .
AJlen Prewitt "'is at . hom' from
Rrfnctloo, .Unfverslty for the;, sum
mer .vacation.; ( '
Miss Geraldlno; Menshqus'eV of Ash
land, Js- the 'guest? of Mr'and Mrs.
L. It. Douglas. i
Little' Elizabeth Itayborn' of White
Star, isJvisitlng her sisters, Ellis and
'Ruth Raybqr'p. . ,,
Mrs. 'lf,-W.-.Flem'lEg, .oft 'Fort
Scott, Kansas, IS' the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A. '.'TJpton. ' "" ,
Chandlei; :Fl2er, of Buffalo; N. Y.,
was the gue'st of his parents- nero
several days .the past week.
W. R. Tipton, "who has charge of
some road construction work in Plnef
vllle, spent the week-end In this city.
Sany Dudley, of Flembgsburg, at
tended the dance last night and was
the guest of Mr and Mrs. C. C. Che
nualU
Judge and Mrs. Allen McCormlck
have returned from" Florida and are
guests of Mrr and Mrs, Clifton Mc
Cormlck. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chenault, Mr
and Mrs. "Pierce Winn1 and Miss Liz
zie P. Coleman motored, to Lexing
ton Sunday. '
Misses Dorothy Grinstead and Mar
garet Hunter, of Winchester, were
guests of Miss Sarah Frances Ham
ilton for the dance.
Miss Louie Bruer and her mother,
of Kentucky Wesleyan College, Win
Chester, spent the week-end with
Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Ragan.
Miss Rebecca Boswell and Miss
Ruth Day, ot Winchester.were here
for the dance last night and were
guests ot Miss Margaret Ramsey.
Mrs. William Oldham and ba"by
daughter, Pat, will leave tomorrow
for their home in Nlcholasville after
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Old
ham.
Misses Nancy Wilson and Elsie
Chenault, of Versailles, and Frances
Stone, of Georgetown, were guests of
Miss Mary Lawless Gatewood for the
dance.
Carroll Chenault, Jc, was in Lex
ington last night to attend the dance
given, by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ber
ryman- .for Miss Edith Berryman at
the. .Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. W. R. McDanlel, Mrs. Edith'
BIgstafff Mrs. John,Speer, Miss Su
zette Johnson, Miss Anne' Mary Trip-
lett, L. L. Bridgforth, Rex. Hall,
Hodge Morrla and R. G. Kern were
members of a swimming party at-
"Kirk's Camp" .Sunday. .
Mrs. Margaret A. Gaitskill arrived
home Saturday after an eight
months' stay in California. En route
home Mrs. Galtskill was in Louis
ville and Owensboro for a few days'
visit to Mrs. B. G. Nunnelley and
Richard Apperson. Mrs. GaitsklU's
friends will be pleased to learn that
her health is greatly ITenefited by her
stay In the west
June Dance
The annual June dance which was
Klfel at Trimble Hall last night was
&"Bautiful and brilliant social affair
and was attended by a largenumber
I of belles and beauxs from thlst and
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the surrounding towns. The hall
"was decorated with white and green
and was transformed into a veritable
fairyland. The loVely costumes of
the glrls.added much to the beauty
of the scene. Splendid music was
furnished by the famous "Kentucky
Six," and dancing was enjoyed until
a late hour. Messers. Reld Prewitt
and Robert Payne were the commit
tee in charge and the dance was one
of the best that has been had here in
a long while. The chaperones were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tipton, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Dlllard
Hazelrlgg, Mr and Mrs. L. H. Hombs,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Gatewood, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Nesbitt and Judge and
Mrs. Henry R; Prewitt.
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Josh Owlngs, Sr., is very ill at his
home on West Main street.
Mrs. A. J. Gatewood, who has been
critically ill for the past three weeks,
was taken to Lexington Saturday to
the St. Josoph Hospital, where she
will undergo special treatment. Her
many friends will be glad to know
that her condition shows marked Im
provement. . '
Get ready for the Fair with a cool
Palm Beach July 19 to 22. Racing
every day. Good music. Soloist.
The Walsh Company.
. , BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. a rank Ghrist are re
ceiving concgratulatlons oyer tbo ar
rival pf a fine son, born Friday at
their home in Galliopolis, Ohio. Mrs.
Ghrist was formerly Miss Mary
Wells, of this city.
PIPNIC PARTY
A picnic party at Howard's Mill on
Sunday was composed of tho follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kerns,
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Richardson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Stephens and Ruth
Carolyn Stephens, Mr. and Mrs.
Frances Hunt, Jamison Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Stephens and Miss
Stella Stephens. A most bountiful
basket dinner was served by the
good ladles ot the party, after which
boat riding and bathlnp were Indulg
ed in.
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. . Don't spoil the effect of your pretty summer dresses by wearing
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'. , ' ' We are showing a most attractive line of summer footwear. Best
.' ' quality white canvas pumps -m one and two-strap, Cuban or Baby
. .. Louisv heels, and are prepared to suit the most exacting tastes.
. -Call at the store and be fitted by our experts. It means much to
have your shoes correctly fitted; and our superior service insuresboth ,
comfort and style. "". ' v.
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A New Store
The large and beautiful business
room on North Maysyllle street in
the Old' National Hotel building has
been rented to Lerman Bros., Cyn
thlana, who on August 15 will open
a men and women's ready-to-wear
and dry goods store. This is, as we
understand, a strong firm and this
store is to be another link in the
chain of stores now being operated
by the concern. This firm will meet
with a hearty welcome here and will
add greater motor power in drawing
trade to Mt. Sterling, the most ag
gressive city to the. square foot in
the southT v
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We might, add in this connection
that this store has been, vacant for
several months, due to the fact that
It is one of the largest In the city and
few have thought It a very attractive
place, but since tho location ot the
new hotel corner of Maysvlle and
High streets, loss than a halt block
beyond It, many Arms have been
thinking of occupying it. Wo are in
formed that Mrs. Barnes would add
a mate to. this attractive room should
the proper company apply for it. See
what the new hotel is doing! Even
before the cornerstone has been laid
for this attractive trade-drawing
building, business Is beginning to
turn that way.
HOWARD'S MILL MEETING
The all-day meeting at the How
ard's Mill Baptist church was large
ly attended Sunday. Thore was a
great sermon, with excellent music.
Dinner was served on tho ground and
after the crowd had been fed food
was taken up by the basketful. The
protracted meeting now in progress,
Rev. J. W. Black, former pastor,
preaching, will continue duriug the
week( 7245 p. m. being' the preaching
hour. Preaching Sunday morning at
11 o'clock and again at 7:45 in tho
evening. Everybody is invited.
"WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME"
"That's the great mistake. Pa
rents either blindfold their children,
or give them free reign." These re-1
marks, coming -as they do from the
aristocratic father in "Why Girls
Leave Home," give an insight into
one of the most un1 ui. screen plays
that has ever been filmed. Shuck
full of human interest At the Tabb
Tuesday, June 27.
treat!
Don't tulss this
.
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BUY YOUR
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
FROM
GREENE & MAYBRIER
William BHildlng West Main Street
Watermelons on Ice
"AT THE STAGE DOOR"
FULL OF FINE DRAMA
With his unique faculty for select
ing big and timely themes and de
veloping them Into powerful stories
for the screen, William Christy Ca
banne has achieved another triumph
with his most recent R-C. production,
"At the Stage Door," scheduled for
exniDiuon ai me xaDD Tiieatro on
Wednesday night. .
Mr. Cabanne not only directed the.
production himself, but he also wrote
the story, taking for his theme the
conquest of temptation by a young
and beautiful girl from tho country
who goes to New Yor,k to seek suc
cess on the stage. Mr. Cabanne pre
sents a vivid picture ot theater life
in New York and the stage scenes
are among the most interesting in
the production. .
"At the Stage Door" makes no
pretention of being a big sermon or
problem play. It presents, on the
other hand, some good, homely phi
losophy and Is certain to send thea
tergoers home with a feeling ot hap
piness and renewed faith in the
goodness ot young women.
Among the stars In the cast is Bll
He Dove, famous beauty of the "Zleg-
teld Follies," and many other popu
lar with Mt. Steeling picture fans.
The Advocate, twice a week.
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SPECIAL PRICES
On All Stamped Goods
THIS WEEK ONLY
LADYES SPECIALTY SHOPPE
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MASONIC NEWS
ML Sterling Lodge,- No. 23, F. &
A. M., will have work in Master Ma
sons' degree Wednesday, June 21, at
7:30 p. m. A team from Morehead
of 30 members will do the work. Ma
sons from surrounding lodges are In
vited. BUYS ENGLISH PROPERTY
The John English property, which
was offered at public auction Satur
day afternoon, was knocked down to
Tom Holland at $2,530. Thi3 cottage
is located on Harrison avenue and is
considered well worth the money.
PARENTS!
Have you forgotten that you
wore- once young yourself and that
youth must be served?
See
'Why Girls leave ml
It will give you much food for
thought
TABB THEATRE
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