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Pi ?t :& r. ;A vv iV ft .. 3 I SfA fVlir hpailtlflll linA svf Kntiinrr nnnd I All sfyles and newest models. Water wiiis luji muse leurmng to swim. DUERSON'S DRUG STORE NO. 0 MAYSV1LLK STRERT Eaat BvjHp v PCTJBtTCf Ko LH .LKElLw H VLV Your friends like to know what you are doing, and So cial Items are al ways of interest. Call 74 and &sk for the Society Editor. Mrs. S. M. Newmeyer Is in Cincin nati this week. Miss Lola Lawrence is visiting friends in Cincinnati this week. Dr. and Mrs. T. Benton Hill are spending the week in Cincinnati. Henry Wills, of Monefee county, was in the city Saturday on business. Mrs. Josie Igo nnd grandson, John Spratt Igo, are visiting relatives at Camargo. Mrs. Butler Carrlngton is the guest of her brother, William White, at Pino Grave. Miss Delaney Stephens, who has been visiting in Richmond, has re turned home. Buford Boone and daughter, Eliza both Gates, are visiting relatives at Rushville, Ind. Miss Lillian Redmond, of Washing ton, has arrived for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Enoch. Mrs. J. H. Neal and daughter, An na Katherlne, of Paris, have been guests of Mrs. Buford Boone. Mrs. J. H. Williams has returned to Spring Station after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. G. B. Senff. Miss Elsie Stephens, who has been taking a normal course at Richmond, has finished her course and returned home. Miss Virginia Ayres has returned home after a two weeks visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd W. Boswell. in Fulton. Miss Florence Stamper and little Miss Evelyn Gates Schuhart spent the week-end with relatives in Georgetown. Mrs. G. B. SenfT and .children, Earl King and Mary Ray, will leave this week for a visit to relatives in An niston, Alabama. - Postmaster Squire Turner, who has been in Louisville for the past week under the care of a specialist, has returned home. "Mrs. J. H. Henry, Mrs. Loring ' Turley and Miss Ada Henry have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Henry in Winchester. Miss Luclle Laughlin has return ed to her home in Lexington after a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Howard Canan and Miss Corona Laughlin. Miss Ora Metcalfe, of Owlngsvllle, . who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Jones, left yesterday for Richmond to attend the state normal. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oldham, Jr., have , returned from their bridal trip and are at home to their friends with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oldham, Sr., on Howard avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Greenwade, Miss Florence McNamara and Miss Helen Greenwade have returned from a visit to Mr, and Mrs. Frank Gibbons in Middletown, Ohio. Mrs. W. D. Davidson and daughter, Settle Douglas, and granddaughter, Mary Agnes Bell, of Gate City, are hero visiting W. L. Stout, Mrs. J. W. Wilson and Mrs. W. M. Kincald. G. G. Hamilton, who has been in Florida and Memphis for several months, has returned to "Stoning ton," his country place on the Ow lngsvllle pike, to spend the summesf mS H WHEAT GROWERS! i tj As soon as your Wheat tne mantec ior n ac me nignesr. maricer. price. Send in and get bags. We appreciate your business. GREENE & DUFF winwrim j HHMMX5M- V V dJ Miss Flo Shirley spent the week end with friends in Lexington. Mls3 Lavlna Oldham, of Lexington, is the guest of the Misses Clay. Mrs. Bess Cochran, of Sewell's Shop, visited Mrs. Lucy Keith, Sun day. Miss Mabel Proghelmer has re turned from a visit to friends in New York. Judge C, W. Goodpaster, Owlngs vllle, was in the city Monday on bus iness. Miss Virginia Parsons is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Parsons, in Lex ington. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Salyer have re turned from a visit to friends in Lex ington. Miss Genevieve Settles is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Glllogly, in Chicago. Miss Lucy Montjoy is in Lexington for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Blytho Anderson. ' Herbert Downs, of this city, has enlisted in the army and Is located at Fort Thomas. Mrs. Breckinridge Horton, Hunt ington, is here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taul. Mrs. Claude Dunavent, of Fayette county, has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Wright. Miss Jenmol Gatewood has return ed from Hazard, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. William May. Dan Morse, of Lexington, has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. W. O. Chenault, and Judge Chenault. Mrs. Garrett D. Marshall and chil dren have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gwinn in Hunt ington. Miss Ethel Barker, who has been the attractive guest of Miss Louise Orcar, has returned to her home in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Best and son have returned to their home in Ash land after a visit to Dr. and "Mrs. C. G, Kriedler. Mrs. Mary Crawford Lloyd has re turned to her home in New York af ter a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Cockrell and son spent Sunday in Winchester with Mrs. Cockrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Butch. Mrs. Byron Reed, of Texas, and Mrs, Forrest Suter, of Louisville, were here yesterday for a visit to Mrs. J. W. Hedden, Jr. Miss Delia Clark has returned from the Richmond normal school, where, she graduated from the ele mentary certificate course. Miss Olive Campbell left Friday to Join Mrs. Sophia Randall and Miss Lucy Randall in a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Randall in Middletown, O. Mr. and Mrs. pack Owlngs and their guest, Mrs. Willet Groover, of Lexington, were at Olympian Springs Saturday evening to attend the dinner-dance. Miss Leila Graves, of Huntington, who has been the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Graves and Misses Graves, is now in Lexington for a visit beforo returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGllI, of EIlKabetntown, arrived Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank P, Boyd. Mrs. McGlll will be remem bered as Mrs. Sudle Halbert Stiles and has a great many friends here. Chiles Bishop VanAntwerp, of this city, who was recently graduated from the University of Michigan, has arHved home. Young Mr. VanAnt- jwerp, made the trip, a distance of is threshed we will be in w1wJMWM-. ,t.i 400 miles, on his bicycle in three days. Mrs. Bruce Wilson is visiting friends in North Middletown. Miss Mary J. Sharp, of Sharpsburg, is tho guest of Mlsa Nola Highland. Mrs. J. H. Campbell, of Salt Lick, was in the city for tho week-end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John M. I sol a return ed yesterday from a motor trip to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Judy, of Win chester, spent Monday with Mrs. E. E. Bcall and Mrs. J. W. Hedden, Jr. Alex Chiles has arrived home from Princeton University and will spend tho summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chiles. Judge and Mrs. Allen McCormick have taken apartments with Mrs. Alice Perry on Main street nnd will spend the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stephens, Miss Ruth Carolyn Stephens and Mrs. Robert I. Settles spent Satur day nnd Sunday In Lexington and Frankfort with relatives. Miss Stella L. Robinson spent the week-end with relatives here, return ing to Lawrenceburg Monday to teach literature and advanced English In the normal school. She has been elected to teach in the Johnson school, Lexington, this fall. Dr. Malcomb Drake Thompson fin ished his four-year course at tho Uni versity of Pennsylvania and on Juno 14 received his diploma. He was one of 23 to receive honors out of a class of 119. He is one of the resident physicians at the Pennsylvania hos pital, the oldest hospital in the Un ited States, which position he holds until December, when his two-year internship begins at the university hospital. Dance Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Boyd and Oarl Boyd will entertain with a dance Thursday night at "Falrflelds" complimentary" to Miss Lillian White and her house party. Lawn Party Cliarles Scott Sanderson-and Miss Sara Sanderson have issued invita tions to a lawn party Wednesday evening at their home on the Win chester pike. Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Highland will entertain at luncheon tomorrow com plimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGlll, of Ellzabethtown, who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd. Tea For Visitors Mrs. W. R. Thompson and Miss Nannie Reed entertained a few of the younger set Saturday with an after noon tea from four to six o'clock in honor of their nieces. Miss Emma Chenault Kelly, Miss Alice Elizabeth Kelly and Miss Lillian White's house party. Assisting were Mrs. Cynthia Covington, Mrs. Harry Ragan, Miss Stella Robinson, Mrs. David Che nault, Mrs. William Nelson Hoffman, Miss Elizabeth McCoun, Miss Ada McKee and Miss Frances Turner. Mrs. Harry Regan, of Enfield, N. C who is visiting in Mt. Sterling, was guest of honor at a lovely bridge party Thursday, given by Mrs. David Chenault at (her country home on the Camargo pike. Mrs. Chenault was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Jackson Stofer and Mrs. Marvin Gay. The guests for the afternoon were: Mrs. Regan, Mrs. Stofer, Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Joe Brown, Mrs. Tipton Wilson, Mrs. Stewart McCormick, Mrs. Miller Hoffman, Mrs. Judson Anderson, Mrs. Harry Hunt, Mrs. Shields Gay anil Mrs. Ratlin Lane. Luncheon Miss Maryann Young entertained Friday with a luncheon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prewltt Young, on the Maysville pike, In honor of Miss Lucille Caywood, of North Middletown, and her guests, Miss Myra Johnson, of Pineville, and Miss Dorothy McCumb, of Murfres boro, Tenn. The attractive country home was decorated with early summer (lowers, and the center of tho luncheon table held a bowl of lovely roses. Miss Young's guests were: Miss Caywood, Miss Johnson, Miss McCumb, Miss Laura Belle Dal zell, Miss Isabelle Clayton, of North Middletown; Miss Evelyn Prewltt, of this city, and Miss Christine Thom as, ot Paris. The hostess was assist ed In entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Prewltt Young. Mrs. Highland Entertains Miss Lillian White's house party ot attractive young girls who have been so extensively entertained dur ing their visit In Mt. Sterling were the honor guests at another lovely party yesterday morning when Mrs. W. P. Highland gave a "500" party for them at her home on Holt nvo- nue. White hydranga and ferns were I used to decorate the rooms and tliu , j m$mm MhM"HM"W VVVVVVVVVV'V We W1U Appreciate an Opportunity to Do Your PRINTING Vr. kxk:: 8" colors, green and white, were used in other features of the party. Fol lowing the games a dainty ice course was served. Mrs. Highland was as sisted by her daughter, Miss Nola Highland, and her guests were: Miss White, Miss Emma Chenault Kelly, Miss Alice Kelly, Miss Alberta Co burn, Miss Pearl McCormick, Miss Ruth Warfleld Graves, Miss Virginia King Conroy, Miss Laura Ray Crooks,' Miss Mary Robinson Crooks, Miss Kelly Barnes, Miss Frances Turner, Miss Mary Jefferson Sharp, of Sharpsburg, and Miss Marjorie Botts, of Ashland. For Miss Botts Miss Laura Ray Crooks will enter tain a large number of the younger set Tuesday night with a dancing party at her home on Hlnkston pike complimentary to her lovely young guest, Miss Marjorie Botts, of Ash land. Miss Crooks will bo assisted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rice Crooks, and her party will Include: Misses Marjorlo Botts, Kathleen Reynolds, Elizabeth Prewltt, Kenney Prewltt, Evelyn Prewltt, Maryann Young, Louise Orear, Katherlne Van arsdell, Betty Bruce VanAntwerp, Alma Cockrell, Mary Robinson Crooks, Kelly Barnes, Jennie Ben ton, Virginia Conroy, Martha Gay Brldgforth, Fannette Owlngs, Ida Calk. Robin Calk, Laura Gill Hoff man, Clara Fassett, Nola Highland, Lillian White, Ruth Graves, Emma Kelly, Alice Kelly, Pearl McCormick, Alberta Coburn, Virginia Ayres, Hen rietta Howell, Mary J. Sharp, Sharps burg; Elizabeth Fogg, Frances Turn er; Messrs. Carl Boyd, John McCor mick, Burreir Bourne, Walker Bourne, Clyde Norrls, Tom Coons, Wilbur May, David Howell, Floyd Stamper, Paul Hunt, John Walsh. Burton Prewltt, Reid Prewltt, Tom Hoffman, Milbert Bush, Jack Ram sey, Peyton Ray, Darwin Ray, Mar vin Vice, Barker Hart, William Thompson, Jamison Jones, Price Calk, Ilea Oldham, John Coleman, Carroll Orear and Billy Reid. For Miss Barker Miss Ethel Barker, of Lexington, was the guest of honor at a charming bridge party and luncheon given by her hostess, Miss Louise Orear, Fri day morning at her home on North Maysville street. Quantities of gar den flowers in baskets and bowls were used to decorate the rooms and porches of the attractive Orear home and following the game the card ta-l New Committee r v43''lBflBMBkklflHKiMHHBHklHkkftMr ttjM"WMnMHHMMBHBHHaBnnB '"? 3HtS kkMHHHHHHKB 9 flflBkN. .iw- KNAMkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkklkkkH )t.4B KrjBrakkkkkkkkkkkkkkkB sBHBHHB SBHHHHB I SHHHHHKa-.MSHHflHr W kHiW 1 kkkkkkkkH'f kkkkB'llBlT I BKnfSS i "$& i i llrrHrrMH lkkkHX mmmumm ikk&iwHS """""9"" I X-SMBMBMBMBMBMlir5;' ."iJ2,iwV &Cs i fcjt. j.. Controversy over the Muscle Shoals offer made by Henry Ford lias resulted in the creation of a new. special committee which will cpnsider the offer. Photograph taken in the Military Affairs Committee Room in the Capitol shows the committee which consists (left to right,) of J W Worthington. Washington representative for Ford, W B. Mayo, Ford's Chief Engineer, Congressman Wright of Georgia, Congressman Morin of Pennsylvania, Congressman Miller of Washington Chief Clerk 01 the Sessions (standing), Congressman Fisher of Tennessee, and Con cressman Crago, of Pennsylvania. Our Prices are Right ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) Mt. Sterling, Kentucky Workmanship Unexcelled bles were spread and a delicious three-course luncheon was uerved. Mls3 Orear's party Included: Miss Barker, Miss Margaret Nesbltt, Miss Margaret Ramsey, Miss Emily Jlaeel rlgg, Miss Elizabeth Horton, ,MIss Mary Anderson, Miss Katherlne Howell, Mrs. Will Enoch, Mrs. Jos eph C. Bogle, Miss Mary Anno Young, Miss Elizabeth Prewltt, Miss Henriet ta Greene, Miss Ruby Leo Dale, of Lexington; Miss Margaret Turley, Miss Luclle Bush, Miss Virginia Sul livan, Miss Louise Barnes, Miss Car olyn .Bourne, Miss Nancy Clay, Miss Elizabeth Coleman, Miss Virginia Duff, Miss Mildred Gatewood, Miss Mary Lawless Gatewood, Miss Sarah Frances Hamilton, Miss Frances 11a zelrigg, Miss Frances Reese, Miss Marjorie Sullivan, Miss" Grace Jones, Miss Alice Bright, Miss Mattle Pin- ney, Miss Luclle Catlett, of Owiugs- ville; Mrs. A. B. Oldham, Jr.; Miss Emma Chenault and Miss Alice Kel ly, of Charleston, 111.; Miss Ruth Warfleld Graves, of Georgetown; Miss Alberta Coburn, of Indianapolis, and Miss Lillian White. We are closing out all our boys' wash suits at cut prices. The Walsh Company. SICK Father Edmund J. Corby, of St. Patrick's church, has been quite ill at his home on West Main street. Cato Fisher, colored, who has been confined to his home for the past few weeks on account of illness, has recovered and is able to be at his place of business. Mrs. A. J. Gatewood, who has been under treatment at St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, for the past two weeks, is rapidly recovering and will be brought home the latter part of the week. TAKEN TO FRENCHBURG Robert Ballard, who created a scene in the court room at French burg last week, and who later was brought to the jail In this cyti, was returned to Frenchburg for trial this morning. NEW RESIDENCE Mrs. Bell Rice has contracted to build an eight-room bungalow on Johnson avenue. She has also con tracted to build a very handsomo two-story brick residence on Mays ville street. Studies Ford's Muscle Shoals Offer .va.x-X-.x-X-X-- r..W4'WMrW :x RELIGIOUS Methodist Chuch Sunday School at 9:30. All should find their place In this Bible School. Morning wor ship at 10:45, Theme, "The Two Gardens." Holy communion. Re ports from organizations. Union services at the Presbyterian church. Meet us there. We sell the very best Palm Beach suits at $15. See them. The Walsh Company. SCHOOL ADDITION CONTRACTED The school board has contracted with A. E. Lawrence to build the ad dition to the public school buildings at a price we learn to bo between $30,000 and $35,000. If the tariff bill passed by con gress and soon to be voted on by the senate passes, every suit and overcoat will cost you $7.50 more this fall. Tho Increase on wool con sumed will be $3G1,000,000 to protect a $61,000,000 Industry, as only one per cent of one family grows wool. Buy now and save. It's sure to come. The Walsh Company. HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922 Doesn't it seem fine to get into your boat, lie face up In the sunlight an' drift down the stream of life without a care in the world? You pass hundreds of rocks, the eddies switch the boat from side to side an get you by safely, maybe with here an' there a little scratch but not enough to set you worryln'. An' then you get it Bump, an over the falls you go. Boy, what a smash! If you have any thlnkln apparatus left you see where you tried to beat the game an' it didn't work. Old Cap Nature says you've got to take hold of the oars an' row up stream If you want to land safely. Sometimes you've got to row hard to make headway, but you might as well tackle the job, because there's no room for argu ment. Every river ends on the rocks or In the mudbanks and that's where the fellow lands who drifts down the stream. We sell the very best Palm Beach suits at $15. See them. The Walsh Company. In tho movies a hundred per cent of tho men In bed room scenes wear pajamas. In real life ninety-five per cent of them wear night gowns.