The Mt Sterling Advocate from Mount Sterling, Kentucky on December 6, 1911 · Page 5
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The Mt Sterling Advocate from Mount Sterling, Kentucky · Page 5

Mount Sterling, Kentucky
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Wednesday, December 6, 1911
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w r; ?'?'"7S"" ' -.MVWVVVWVV f WvVWWVvW McKinley Music Co. Sheet Music FULIy WNE - x'f-a -,.i. ' t' YOUR CHOICE 10 Cents -AT- V.'- Oucrson's Drug Store. Phone 129. No. 10 Court St. , Call for Catalogue MMMMWA f MMMMMM -? I PERSONAL.! ft fr AIico Mnrv Vnnsnnt", Tnhh snnnf, .Thanksgiving with her parents. , - Misses Mary and Elizabeth Lock- --JA- - " riilnra cnonf. 'rimnkcrriinncr in T .fv- Si4uiv- "H""" -."""-,.", " ."ington. Pl 'ss Glady Pierntt wns tuc Tguest of friends in Winchester '"r'last week. Miss Mary Lear, of Paint Lick, the attractive guest of Miss Olive Wood. Miss Mildred Tonkin left Fri-day to visit friends and relatives at Toledo, Ohio. Mr. William Enoch has returned from a business trip to New York and other Eastern cities. Mr. V. M. Hainline, wife and father, E. G. Hainline, leave for Eustis, Fla., Wednesday. ' ' ' Miss Dede Robson, of Louis-, ville, is the attractive guest of Miss Mary McClure Fogg. Mr. Robert L. Coleman, of "Ashland fame," has returned Uiomc, after an extended trip. , Miss Katherine Spence Herriott, was the guest of Miss Jennie Judy .Ratliff, in Winchester, last week. ' Messrs. Phelps Renick, Ralph Lane and J. C. McClure, of Winchester, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. B. C. Tynes, of Huntington,.. W Va., was the guest of iMiss Estelle Kennard Thanksgiving. Mr. Ben G. Land was in Cin-cinnati several days last week buying holiday goods for the Mt. JgStcrling Drug Co. . Miss Mary Huls, of Lexington, was the guest of Miss Jennie '- O'Rear last week and attended the ' dance Thursday night. Miss Mary Crawford Lloyd, who is attending the College of Music in Cincinnati, spent Thanksgiving with her parents. ' Misses Virginia Moore, Kate Headley and Edith Watts, of Lex-- ington, are the charming visitors of Miss Anna Caswell Prewitt. , ': Mr. Lloyd Frazer is in Chicago this week attending the National Convention of the Delta Kappa Epsilon, representing lota Chap- ter of Central University of Dan ville, Ky. Dr. W.S. Wyatt, of Lexington, spent Thanksgiving with his uncle, John S. Wyatt, of this city. Mr. WillNShineleton, of Cynthi-ana, spent Thursdayhere the guest of Messrs. Ross Jories and Rodney Jenkins. Mr. Thomas Calk, son of Mr. Price Calk, of this county, who has been farming in Montana for the past four years, is the guest of his father's family. Miss Zerina Stickle, who has been here since September 1 as trimmer in the Clark Millinery Store, returned to her homo in Greenville, Ohio, Monday. Mr.' M. Glick, who has been one of the leading merchants in this city for the past ten years, has disposed of his interests here and left the first of the week for Huntington, W. Va., where he has extensive business interests. Mrs. J. C. Judge has returned home after a month's visit to relatives in Ashland, Ky. She was accompanied by her cousins, Mr. and" Mrs. Ben Manley, who will visit Mrs. Judge and other relatives in this city for several days. Those from a distance who attended the funeral of Miss Margaret Fogg last Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Summers and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sum mers, Miss Kate Kane and Mrs. Lizzie Metecer, of Paris; Dr. and Mrs. T Ribelin, W. E. Price and C. B. Summers, of Elizaville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wall, of Little Rock. Mrs. Robt. L. Coleman, Mrs. R. P. Thomas, Mrs. .Lawless D. Gatewood, Mrs. H. G. Hoffman, Mrs. Mary Winn Lockridge, Mrs. Lutio W. Jones, Mrs. Pattie J Riley, Mrs. Pierce Winn, Mrs. J. Will Clay and Misses Susette Johnson, Lizzie P. Coleman, Julia Morris, and others went to Lexington to see The Imperial Russian Ballet, with Mikail Mordkin and his host of famous co-stars, in the ocular opera, "The Lake of Swans." Candies and fruit of all kinds. 22-3 S. E. Kelly & Co., phone 2. Bananas, oranges, apples and grapes at Vanarsdell's. Dies at Aunt's Home. Miss Alice W. Drye died at the residence of her aunt, Miss Bettie Hardwick, in this city, Sunday, Dec. 3, of acute Brights disease. Miss Drye was 3-i years of age, was born and raised in this county and made her home in the Jeffer-sonville neighborhood for years, although for some time past she had been in New Mexico in the hope of benefiting her health. She was a woman of lovely Christian character and her many friends will regret to learn of her death. The time to order monogram stationery is NOW. The place is the Advocate Pub. Co., Inc. Shower. The shower to be given by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. will be held at Mrs. Bruce Trimble's resi dence on High street Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The shower is for the benefit of the W. C. T. U. settlement school at Hind-man, Ky. Everybody invited. f THE SIOK. Mrs. G. E. Coons is somewhat better. ' Mr. H. G. Tabb continues dangerously ill. Mr. W. A. DeHaven remains about the same, i s Mr. J. Roger Gatewood remains about the same. Mrs. J. Q. Stephens, continues about the same. Mrs. C. C. Turner is quite sick with appendicitis. Mr. John Fitzgerald has been sick for some time. Mrs. J. T. Branham is confined to her room with asthma. Mr. Sam Green has been on the sick list for a few days. Dan Hollearn has been confined to his home with lagripp. Peter Kelley, who has been confined to his bed, is doing nicely. Little Berney McCracken, son of Bud McCracken, is quite sick with tonsilitis. Mrs. Ben McMichael has returned from a hospital in Lexington greatly improved. Clay Cooper, while feeding his little girl's pony, was kicked and painfully injured. ' Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, who has been very ill for some time past, is showing slight improve merit. Judge G. Allen McCormick, who is at the Gbod Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, is improving nicely and expects to return home within the next few days. A box of embossed monogram stationery makes an ideal Xmas gift. 50 cents the box and up. ORDER NOW. Advocate Pub. Co. I RELIGIOUS J Rev. J. L. Cotton, of Louisville, will preach in the First Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning and evening. The revival services at the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. J. B. Harris, closed Sunday evening. The meeting was a most successful one and the charch and community at large was much benefitted. Rev. Harris left for Sharpsburg where he will conduct a two weeks' meeting. It affords us much pleasure in commending him to the good people of Bath county as an excellent preacher and a sincere Christian gentleman. Fruits of all kinds, and prompt delivery. Give us a trial. 22-3 S. E. Kelly & Co., phone 2. BIRTHS. Bargain Counter Prices ON STERLING FLOUR NOTHING BETTER EXCEPT JterrJs Perfection At Somerset, Ky., on Wednes day, JNovember 'jy, to Air. and Mrs. Will Gallagher, a son. Win. Altman is receiving congratulations on the arrival of a big baby girl at his home .last Saturday. for Sale. Extra Bronze Turkeys. None better. Robt. Marshall, Phone G25. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Your Grocer or Mr. Tabb Loses Brother and Sister. Mrs. G B. Swnngo received a message Dec. 4 announcing the death of her brother, John B. Young, of Cedar Bluff, Va. She also received news of the death of a sister, Mrs. Eyaline Boyd, of Bluefield, W. Va., Nov. 4, just ono month before. Mrs. Boyd was 89 years old and Mr. "ioung, 87, the two oldest of a family of 12 children. Box Supper. The ladies of the Somerset Christian church will give a box supper, Saturday, December 16, SOCIAL EVENTS. The Sterling "-Dancing Club gave its annual Thanksgiving dance at Trimble's Hall on Thursday evening, which was largely, attended by guests from this and other cities. Among the visitors were: Mrs, Roy Wilhoit, Misses Helen Douthitt, Ruth Roberts, of Frunkfort; Miss Ida Wise, of Ohio; Miss Cornelia Anderson, of Lexington; Miss Mary Vance and Misses Duty, of Winchester. The hall was beautifully decorated, and the dance was a most enjoyable affair. The music was furnished by the Lexington Opera House orchestra. Bridge Club. Miss Cora Baldwin entertained in honor of her two lovely visitors, Miss Jane Joplin, of Louisville, and Miss Rebecca Kendall, of Mt. Sterling. The games were played a't several attractive small tables, and were a source of much enthusiasm and enjoyment. A delicious meat course was served by the attractive young hostess in a charming manner. Misses Joplin and Kendall are among the most attractive of Winchester's many lovely visitors. They have been the recipients of several beautiful favors during their visit to Miss Baldwin. Winchester News. Entertains. Mr. Ross Jones entertained Messrs. Fred Deitz, Rodney l en-kins, Carroll Jones, and Will Shingleton, of Cynthiana, at dinner Thursday of last week. The latest designs in mongram stationery, 50 cents and up. ORDER NOW. Advocate Pub. Co. Inc. New evaporated and dried fruits at Vanarsdell's. Hunting coats. Punch & Graves. KOYXI, Bakmtf Powder AhsoliitelyPiire Where the finest biscuit, cake, hot-breads, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, substantial, every-day foods, for all occasions. The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lima Phosphates for Sale. 800 shocks of corn in shock at my place at Walker's Crossing. Can furnish two good boundaries of land to feed same on and will also contract to feed same for purchaser if he so desires. I also have a lot of millet hay for sale. S. M. Walker, R. R. 4 Mt. Sterling, Ky. The time to order monogram stationery is NOW. The place is the Advocate Pub. Co., Inc. Corduroy Suits, Sweet-Orr make. Punch & Graves. Pure country sausage at Vanarsdell's. Corduroy make. pants, Sweet-Orr Punch & Graves. The thirty-three subsidiary companies into which the Standard Oil Company divided began their separate individual existence Friday, when 200000 new stock certificates containing proportionate shares in the new companies were mailed to the old G.000 stockholders of the old company. Oranges, lemons, pics, nuts, etc. 22-3 S. E. Kelly & Co bananas, ap- phone 2. Overcoats, the biggest line in town to select from. Punch & Graves. A box of embossed monogram stationery makes an ideal Xmas gift. 50 cents the box and up. ORDER NOW. Advocate Pub. Co., Inc. HHHHflHBHHHHHEHHHflHHHHSBSQKaHKiSBiHOBiw After all is the one thing essential to the present and future welfare of a business. No matter where you buy nor what your tie the one fact paramount is that quality and fairness stand out above all. POS. Walsh Suits, $10 to $30 OVERCOATS $10 to $30 I U911. Everybody invited. 22-2t .og.,... m. '"' '""y,,l'--"avra aMhUWliUaiKilUIIMii

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