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1 . SPdAhW-LE SHEET
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rr Misses-Pearl Lane -was m .Cin
cinnati last week.
Hon. W. B. White was in '"West
.liberty 'last wrick attending court.
; Jack J. Cornelisonr- formerly of
this city, but now of Greenwood, Inu.,-
.. is here.on)busincs3,
Dnf "W fk TTiTinf .Tnnb- HlultlrTd
''and Hunt Priest attended' 'iho-ball
'gaine in Danville Saturday.
"""'Mrs. J. "ST. Rogers' and baby are in
Louisville visiting relatives and will
bo absent abou three week's.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'Mathias, of
arlisle, have'hech guests of Mrs.
Patsy McNamara .l family.
Miss Mamie.. Storms Dunn rtMUf.
ed. jestcrday to .her homo, ,in Lan
caster, after a vjsit to Miss Edna
Mr.ind Mrs. J. "Will Clay have re-i
turned from Baltimore, whe're Mn
Clay has been undergoing treatment
at Johns Hopkins Hospital
(r.5iMk Owing k the gl C;
liter fetrr, W, J Htm m Lxi4r
ton. ' ' ,
Mr. Mary" M. 'Witfenburg Js in
Cincinnati for a visit, to Miss' Ella
Ford Patterson and Jess Hampton,
of Bath county, were here yesterday
Miss -Elizabeth McNamara has re
turned from a short visit to friendH
Mrs,. Matt Kelly has returned from
a visitvto her daughter, Miss Ruth
Kelly, iu, Lexington. ,
Mrjyind, Mrs, J. C. McNenl, Mrs.
Patty J. Riley and Miss Suse(te
;Johnson fcpetit Sunday at Shake'V
'y rifj., Jlusscll Henry has returned
no ncr nomo in wincncster, alter a
visit to Mrs. J. II. Henry and Miss
?Ada Henry. ' ' " ' '
y Miss Margaret Ramsey is at home
from Danvilfe for a few days' visit
to' her; parciHU. Mr. and Mrs. Clay
Mrs. Rose E. Pieratt, who has been
spending a few weeks at the home of
his son, Berry Pieratt, in Chicago, is
'now:, visiting relatives in Paris, 111.
Miv a:iJ Mrs. L. E. Grigg-'r'have
returned from Richmond, where they
attended the, funeral and burial" of
Mr. Griggs, sister, Mrs. (Mollic EL
Kdger'lL' Hedden, William Car-
nilKlon, uaa nu iiurvu jrrowmr .
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L. Kilnatrick and Charles, Hazclrigg
arc" on the Cumberland hunting and
.Chandler. Fi;cr, James BecrafLuid
Lewis Glover, have . .returned . ,f rom
Fjint,. Mich., where, thpy went .or
three Butfk cars fotnthe ML, Sterling
Garage., .. ., .
Mr., ,a,nd Mrs.jpjuules Ramsey, of
.Pittsburgh, whp-ha,ve been.jn Wash
ington and New York on their bridal
trip, arrived last night for a visit to
Mr. Ramsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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.Siik; Crejpe de Chine j
I fn'd;Georgette I
il $' v: 'll X'iS'1 .
I ft WAISTS ;
H "7 iyiUTHMOR in g
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Mm. Chenlw CoMirr tft Oitmn-
villc, rlnitwl friend here yatertlay.
JJrrf. Charles E. Duff had returri
ed from a week's stay in Cincinnati.
Miss Elizabeth McCoun left to
day for a vinitjo friends in Lexfiig
(611. ' Mrs. 11. B. Turner and daughter,
rimily Barnes, spent today in Lex
ington.. , V .
L. Tipton Young, of Ltiuisville. Is
the guest of his mother, Mrs. faggio
Dr. and Mrs. ''0. C. Mann'; of
Fren'chbufg, ' are here today -witli
friends. , w
Mr. jind Mrs. R, A. Chile's and. Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll Chenault spent the
week-end jn Dajivillc, with C C(.
Mrs. Anne Fishback, of Lcx5ngton;
is the gues,t of her daughter, Mrs",
Prewitt Yonng. ,
Mrs. Webster ,Moore" and children,
of Louisville, and VV, L. Threlkeld
nnd Miss Eizabeth Threlkeld, of
Lexington, ore guests of Mr. and
Mrs, N. H. Trimble.
L. C. McGuire and wife, of West
Liberty, haye moved to this city nnd
rented uhj?mc on West Locust. Mr:
McGuire will hold a position with the
tobacco warehouses of this city.
Mr. and.jMrs. J. W. Lnw,rencc and
children, of Georgetown; MrSi J. W.
Roysc,.of Maysville; Mrs. F, S. Law
rence, off.Maysville, have been the
guests of.Mr. and Mrs. yi. y. i.aw-
W.lilc Pfofcsor Arnold and wife
were; yisiting.Mrs.''Aniold's parents!
inGcprgetown. lus.t week Mrs. Ar-
Lnpid was attacked with acutp neural
gia., She is very .much unproved ana
hopes to be able to return home ,on
Wednesday, ' ,, . ,
, .,.Mrs. annie, Bridgeforth and Mrs.
Robp.rt Howell went to Woodford
county Monday to visit Mrs. Mattie
Gay, who lias lieeii iimio tick. They
.found Mrs. Gay's' condition "very
much improved , and returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Jack! Burbridgc, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo drear; Mr. and Mrs.
S, B. Carrington, Mrs( Nancy Bur
bridge McCoun, Mrs1. Elizabeth Bar
bridge and Miss; Louise Orear ' will
leave, tomorrow for Lexington', to be
present at the marriage of' Captain
Bullitt McCoun to Miss Drizey Moore
Porter. . .
THE BIG SALE
IS NOW ON AT
A REGULAR OLD TIME
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CUT PRICE SALE
All Suits and Coats
Here is an opportunity to save money on your Winter Goat or Suit
The backward season has left us with too many garments on hand
and we are willing to sacrifice our profit to reduce our stock.
Worth 6.00 and 6.50
i jk h.B
-. Finding w, are joverstocked'.on tlis ,Jrinci- of waist
we are offering for your selection this wejcjonly; a;full
liae.QflM6g8a.line, Crepe? de. Chine and a,vfw: Georgette
Waists &i the remarkable price of , $3.98
These waists are in tailored or dressy styles. A full
assortment .of colors and sizes. See window display.
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HIGH GRADE SEEDS
Michigan Rye, Missouri Wheat
and a complete line of feeds
for the horse, cow and pigs.
We have the largest consignment in transit that we have
ever undertaken to handle, and expect prices to move
the stock quickly. SEE THAT YOU GET YOUR SHARE
I. F. TABB
fT. tTCRLING, - - tChlTUCICy
lV..Hrl A,lnnn P" Ttntrirt Wlll'Mlrt
hostess to her card-elulr this evert
ing, at her home in. the country.
Mrt And Mrs. .Clayton Ramsey
were hosts at a heautifully appointed
six o'clock dinner last evening at
their home on Samuels avenue, com
pl'imentary to their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Ramsey, of Pittsburgh.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ram
say, Miss Eliza Locktiart, Miss Mary
CraiL Miss Margaret Ramsey, Stew
art C. Sharp, Claude Kilpatriek and
Jack Owings. .:
The following invitations havo been
.'received by, friends in Mt, Sterling:
Elks Cotillion' Ciub :
requests the honor of your presence
i at its .
1 Thanksgiving Donee "
, Tuesday, November eighteenth
Elks' Ball Room, Winchester
9 to 2:30
Subscription Invitations Requested
James B. Allen, pros.; C. P. Papn
tor, secy.; Clarence Bloomfield,
treas.; Thomas Proctor, Earl Cant
ler, Rand Wright, Phelps Renick,
John IT. Lacy.
Mrs. Win. II. Stro3snian and Mrs.
R. M. Montjoy wero joint hostesses
to tho Young Womenjs Missionary
Society of tho Presbyterian church
on Thursday nt tho country homo of
tho latter. Despito tho bleak Novem
ber day, a numbor of memuers were
present. As the sun peeped from bo
hind the olouds we were reminded
every cloud has, a "silver lining," and
like Caesar, we cumesaw and eon-
All coats up to $22.50. are included in
this collection. ;
$25.00, $27.50, $80.00 ancl .35:00
irl JSSKfonl !
Quite a nice collection at this price,
including coats worth up to $27.50
All higher priced.Coats aije
Reduced from$ K ( C tp
$12 OOon each garment:
REMEMBER ALL SUITS AREjEOiiEB
Lack of space f orbits our mentioning prices here
COME AND SEE THEM
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q'uered'a most profitable afternoon.;
Mrs. Johri J'udy read tlie scripture
lesson, followed by a chain of prayer.
The" Missionary subject was "Siam,
and the Siamese, and splendid re
ports of other strides for Christian
ity were given by Mrs. Strossman,
Miss Mabel Reis and Miss Elizabeth
Lockridge. A new member, Mrs.vJohn'
V. Eaitin, was received -with glad
ness into the society. At the conclu-r
sion of the program tempting and:
bountiful refreshments were seryed.
For Mrs. Henry
Mr. nnd Mrs. Loring Z. Turley were
hosts at tho loveliest of parties Fri-,
day evening, when they entertained
a number of their friends at "Rook"
complimentary to their guest, Mrs.
Russell Henry, of Winchester. The
beauty of the attractive home was
enhanced by tho decorations, which
were of red chrysanthemums placed
in vases and baskets about the rc
eeption rooms. The retreshments,
which we"ro of tlie very best, wero
served from the ,card tables, shortly
after tho guests arrived; The placu
cards were tiny hand painted turkeys
and an the center of each table was a,
,buU V'asV holtling fln exquisite red
Mr. and Mrs. Turloy's hospitality
included Mrs; Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
White, Mr. nnd Mrs1. Jesse P. High
land, Mr1., and Mrs. CharlesvE. Duff,
Mrd. John D. Henry, Mil. J. II.
IIenry,Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lee, Mrs,
S.'D. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Mark,
Mr. and lira. Prewitt Young, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Marion French, Mrs. Sam
Turley, Mrs. Mary Prewitt Turley,
Mrs. Julia Kerns, Squire Turner and
Miss Ada Henry.
, R. E. Punch & Co.
Bonita Thomas, little daughter of
Mr. and Ifrs. Nathan Thomas, is
seriously ill of diphtheria at the home
of her parents on Mitchell avenue.
Ladiee and Children's Sheee
U, E. Punch & Co.
$6,000 Wil Take
This :; Property -
THE RESIDENCE EKQfERTY. KNOWN AS THE RU
FUS HADDEN RESIDENCE, CLAY STREET, MOST DE
SIRABLE LOCATION, NEWLY MODERNIZED, IN
PERFECT CONDITION, READiT TO BE OCCUPIED,
WILL GO AT $6,000 IF SOLD THIS WEEK. THE FIRST
THAT COMES WILL GET. THIS GREAT BARGAIN OF
HIGH-CLASS RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
W. T. Fitzpatrick
Small Bourbon Farm
AT PUBLIC AUCTION, RAIN. OR SHINE
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We, as agents for Mrs. Matt Kenney, will sell on the premises on
WEDNESDAY,, NOVEMBER 26, 1919, AT 10:00 A. M.
her farm of 40 acres located' on tho Paris and Lexington pike, Paris aud
Lexington interurban railroad and the L. & N. railroad, 3ln miles from;
Paris, Ky. t , . i'
This littlo farm is one of the best in Bourbon coiihty, having for mnuylj
years been used as a poultry and dairy farm. It is one of tho best improved;
Kfaruis in tho county, having a residence built by tho late Matt ICenuoy to
livo in. Substantial house of ten roomsrnye rooms and hall on lower floor
and flvo rooms and hall on second floor. Elegant library, parlor and recep
tion rooms. Open grates, ucctylenoligllfe iTud water works throughout the
house. Bath coinplote and press itv. Civory room. Beautiful front yard, or
chard and shrubbery. Full view of tho pike, and directly opposite stop 47
on tho interurban road. An, ideal home. All necessary improvements, poul
try yard with flvo poultry houses, servants' quarters, good- cellar under
house, Btock barn, with dairy barn attached, with quarters for 15 cows on
concrete floor; 6-acro tobacco barn and store room on rear of farm at
Kenney's station on railroad.
Ten acres jn old blue grass sod, balanco in high atatc of cultivation.
Farm 5s watered by two springs never known to go dry.
TERMS LIBERAL AND ATTRACTIVE
HARRIS & SPEAKES
REAL ESTATE DEALERS, PARIS, KY.
L. D. HARRIS, iusiness Mgr. COL QE0. D. SPEAKES, AucUmwr