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rf vZeke" Shackelford,
. i ,- 'fis&'has been tho
Iftg, W-B. Small k visiting friwds
M. 8. RoWMn was in Lexington
Jtlmiliir ob business.
;.-,W Mm Irme McNamara is visiting
f frfcnd in Lexington.
H. G. Hoffman and Tom Hoffman
are in Lexington today.
Mrs, Q, Y. Triplett is in Lexing
te for" a visit to relatives.
Col. and Mrs. W. P. Huntington
ave returned from Columbus.
Mies Leila Graves, of Huntington,
the guest of J. C. Graves and fam
"j. Charles P. Robinson, a prominent
tiaerohaht of Means, Ky., -was in this
. Jars, ancrmnn uooapusier, 01
; , tirailRlull, IB IUU UCOI VI. uu iuvuu,
WTVim. TTinmnn .Tnlinsnn.
of. New Zea
guest of his
ther, Mrs. Nannie Shackelford.
Miss Nancy Clay has returned
m Hamilton College, Lexington, to
spend the summer at her homo here.
t& W C. Moore, wh'6 has been spend-
,ng several days with Mrs. Moore,
' has' returned to his home in Beatty-
, Grover Andersonj wife and daugh-
l tor, Susan Woods, go to Stanford
'- Saturday to visit Mrs. Anderson's
, ' , Mrs. IT, 5E, flTilerson is in Win
?c Chester, having been called there on
account of the death of Mrs. Tom
)" Mrs. Clay Cisco is at White Oak
Visiting the family of her father,
Judge M. H. Lacy and other kindred;
Mrs. Mary Anderson Luigart has
? returned from an extended visit to
h'er aunt, Miss Kate McDaniel, in
Washington, D. C.
' -. Miss Mary Kerns, of Mays Lick,
is in the city, having been called here
.on account of the jllness of her
brother, John Kerns.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilkie left
; -yesterday for Lexington to attend,
the wedding of Miss Anna Belle
Hjmrason and Jesse Ball, of Ash-
;;,i;Mrs. H. M. Bishop and Miss Dor-
" othy Bishop will leave Tuesday for
Ashland, where they will -join a par
ty- of .friends, in a motor, tnp to
Chicago and other points on the
-.. Mrs. Charles Duerson and children
",.'are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
r R. Warren in Lexington. Mrs.- Duer
.rtni'was a guest of the University7
v of Kentucky Alumni luncheon and re-
Punch & Co.'s
lisle hose at
Palm Beach Suits are needed ami
; . have been secured for the trade here
?lx by that clothing firm always looking
--V out for the interests ot me pjopio,
R. E. Punch & Co.
H. W. Patrick sold to M. N. Yocum
of Cnraargo, a nice Maxwell touring
car, and has delivered same.
Come in Saturday and select from
.our specials in queensware and
glassware. THE FAIR.
Enf agment Annetinced
The following item is copied from
the Little Rock Gazette, Littlo Rock,
"Mrs. Gcorgo Armstrong Leipcr
announces tho engagement of her
daughter, Florence, to Mr. Chester
Elhenan Reese, of Lexington, Ky.,
the wedding to take place Tuesday,
Juno 15th, at tho Leipcr residenco
at 0 P. M., in Littlo Rock."
Miss Leiper visited Kentucky last
summer, the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
David S. Gny, at Winchester. Mr.
Reese is a well-known business man
of Lexington, and has many friends
in this city, who will learn with in
terest of his engagement.
For Miss Enoch
When Mrs. Henry P. Reid enter
tained at "five hundred" yesterday
another lovely party was added to
the long list of social functions that
have been given to compliment Miss
Alpha Enoch, whoso wedding occurs
tho latter part of this month.
Mrs. Reid's attractive homo was
decorated with garden flowers of
every color and presented a most
charming appearance. Miss Ida Belle
Brother, making the best score, was
awarded the prize, a dainty hand
kerchief, while Miss Enoch was pre
sented a pretty hand-made camisole.
At the close of tho game luncheon
was served from the card tables. Mrs.
Reid's guests Nverc: Miss Enoch,
Mrs. J. W. Burbridge, Mrs. Roger
Drake, Mrs, William Carrington, Mrs.
W. 0. Hopper, Mrs. J. Miller Hoff
man, Mrs. Richard Winn, Mrs. John
Stofer, Mrs. Percy D. Bryan, Miss
Ida Belle Brother, Miss Allee Young,
Miss Elizabeth McCoun, Mrs. Ratliff
Lane, Miss Josephine Chenault, Mrs.
George R. Snyder, Miss Nettie Hor
ton, Mrs. Harry G. Enoch, Mrs. H.
Men's half hose in silk and lisle, as
you like. All colors at R. E. Punch
District Conference at
Grassy Lick Closed
The District Conference met Tues
day wjth the Grassy Lick M. E.
Church, South, of which Rev.
J. S. Ragnn is pastor. The object
of these conferences is to increase
the Christian spirit, to discuss and
ranke pledges for work fostered by
the churches, embracing mission
work, foreign and home, educational,
looking after the orphans, the aged
ministry, etc. Presiding Elder Dr.
G. E. Cameron is in charge of the
meeting, which is largely attended.
Every church of this district is rep
resented. The entertainment was in
keeping with the Kentucky hospital
ity of the "good old dags," the dele
gates being well fed and bedded. The
program was very interesting, and the
speakers handled their subjects as
th'e results from close study and
inspiration. It was a great time, and
quite profitable to all. The meeting
Everything on sale at the United
Masons, cans, tops and rubbers.
Buy now and be ready when canning
season is on. You cannot get them
then. THE FAIR.
Regular $3.00 values.
White, flesh, yellow,
purple, French blue.
Taffeta Silks ,
Gray, brown, mistena,
light blue, red, taupe
No navy or black.
First Reduced Price Sale of the Season
Now Going On
In Our Ready-to-wear Department
SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS IN WOMEN'S SUITS
In this sale are included all suits in the house, including our line of very stylish stouts. These suits
come in a variety of exclusive styles in a good assortment of high grade suiting in the most popular
colors. This sale gives you the opportunity to dress at a lower price and it will certainly pay you to
take advantage of it as the majority of the styles are very conservative and will be in good taste next
season. We offer them now to you for your choice at
$19.75 $29.75 $39.75 $49.75 $59.75
We have a few higher priced models at correspondingly low prices.
Reductions on Women's Coats at
$16.75, $19.75, $29.75
These coats come in a good variety of hand
some coatings in the most popular colors. As
with all M.,J$. & S. merchandise our quality is
of the highest grade and the workmanship of
the best. Unusually good bargains at the above
prices. "We have a few higher priced models,
which we are offering at correspondingly low
prices. ' c
Beautiful Dresses Now Reduced to
$19.75 and $29.75
"We have collected an assortment of dark
silk tricotine and serge dresses on a rack which
we are offering at the above special reductions.
They come in a variety of very stylish effects
and are splendid bargains.
"We also offer our entire line of serges, trico
tines, taffetas, georgette and satin dresses in the
darker shades at special reduced prices.
Special Offering of Black
They come in crepe de chine,
georgette. We also have a few
georgette waists in f ane beaded
color effects which we, offer at
the same price.
Special Clean up of Early
Spring Millinery Models at
They come in an assortment of
beautiful creations and are
splendid bargains at the above
All Dark Skirts Now Re
$16.75 and $19.75
Tliey come in blue, black and
navy serges; fancy plaids and
silk poplin in navy, gray, tan and
We also of fer odds and ends in White Skirts, Sweaters, Waists
' at Reduced Prices
Mitchell, Baker & Smith
230-232 W. Main - - - - Lexington, Ky.
John K Kems is quito ill of pneu-1
Mrs. Guy Sandifer was taken to
the Good Samaritan Hospital on
Wednesday, where she suhmittedto
a surgical operation. Iler condition
is very encouraging.
Preston Cook received a telegram
Wednesday announcing tho serious
illness of his mother, at Shelby, N. C.
Mr. Cook left at once to bo at tho
bedside of his mother;
The many friends of Mrs. Guy
Sandefur, who undonvent a surgical
operation nt tho Good Snmaritan
Hospital, Loxington. a- few days ago,
will be pleased to learn of her im
J. Bascom Judy, six-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Judy, who has
been critically ill at tho Good Sa
maritan Hospital, Lexington, is much
improved and will bo brought to his
homo here within tho next few days.
Henry Combs, ono of tho most
prominent citizens of Menefee coun
ty, was hero Wednesday to consult
i physician. Mr. Combs has been n
ick n.an for several weeks, and ho
has fcin of some stubborn organic
MISS SETTLE'S ENGAGEMENT
Announcement has been made of
the engagement and approaching
marriage of Miss Martha Visscher
Settle, of Montgomery, Ala., to W, W.
Belser, of the same city. Miss Settle
is the niece of R, I. Settle and is an
wteawltBaly attractive y&uBR woman.
Rev. G. E. Cameron, presiding
elder of the Lexington district, will
preach both' morning and Jevening
at tho Methodist church' Sunday.
Michael Stern & Co. mnke high
grado clothing. R. E. Punch & Co.
have this lino in full
WHO WANTS A LITTLE
STREET RAILWAY FREE
Who wnnts a street railway lino
with car, equipment and plenty of
"iuice' all ready to operate, as a
present, absolutely free to tho re
cipient? The Kentucky Traction & Ter
minal Company has at Winchester a
completo street car lino which it do
sires to give away and which it has.
generously proposed to mako thnt
'ity a present of if it will kindly
tnko it off tho company's hands and
mother it. No strings are to the of
fer tho city, if it chooses, may
bring tho waif up on a bottle, use par
egoric to put it to sleep, or spank it,
whichever is tho most convenient
and noiseless method of treatment.
No ono can buy a better shirt Ha vo you seen tho Mallorv Hats?
thaft the E. & W.. Saturday's trado ' They aro made of the best stock. Full
will include many of them at R.
Punch & Co.'s.
Come into tho store of Punch &
Co. and select now your spring underwear.
lino at R. E. Punch & Co.'s.
Men's half hose in lislo and silk
for tho old, middle aged and' young
man. Big stock for tho Saturday
trado at R. E. Punch & Co.'s. -
I CONE ON IN THE WATER'S
I FINE t
grade clothing. R. E.
have this lino in full
Punch & Co.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Thero is n demand for bathing
suits by both men and women,. Wo
have secured a limited supply, and
tho first that come will bo supplied.
R. E. Punch & Co.
Two modern flats. H. CLAY Mo
. Mg J
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
THE PRETTIEST LINE OP BATH
ING SUITS EVER SHOW IN
THIS CITY. BATHING CAPS
STOCKINGS, SLIPPERS, 'GAR
TERS AND ALL BATHING ACCESSORIES.
A. B. OLDHAM & SON
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