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We have in
stock for im
ery: VictrolalV $ 25
Victrola VI 35
Victrola VIII 50
Victrola IX 75
Victrola X 125
Victrola XI 150
BRYAN & ROBINSON, Jewelers
Mrs. Harry 0. Hoffman lias re
turned from New'York; ,v .
I?. Morris Ramsey will leave Sun
day for Henderson, N, C, to spend
Sirs. II. C. Jacobs and children,
have returned to their homo in Lex
ington after a visit to relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason, and
Mr. and Mrs. Venion McKnmoy, of
Akron, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Robort Mason. Jj
BIG AUCTION SALE
New and high grnde Used Furni
ture and many other articles. Sat
rday, July 17th, 10 A. M. Watch
for bill. The Market Place.
R. L. Barnard is in Cincinnati on
', rgf Clayton Howell was in Lexington
1 " on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Armstrong, of Ilunt-
ington, W. Va., is visiting relatives
fjjr' Mrs. Tom Owingi, of Ashland, h
i, rf?T ,ie Ifest of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
FH Chester, is the guest of Miss Sara
fgfi . "Frances Hamilton.
fu jurs. oauie -auamson, ol jjexing-
ton, has been the guest of Mr. and
.Mrs. Donald Martin,
Mrs. B. L. William and daughter,
. Miss Edith, have returned from n
" week's stay at Martinsville, Ind.
Mrs. Walter Sharp and daughter,
K-, J v Mrs. Will Lindsey, and ,Mrs. Edward
E . T" ,. , CM. ,' ,. X.
j cl'k, ui oiiuipsuuijj, aru umu 10-
S. C. Barnard and wife aro in
Powell county visiting Mr. Bn--nnrd's
parents, Jesse Faulkner and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blevins and
son1", of Lexington, are guests of
Mrs. Blevins' father, John Fogg and'
Mrs. Naret White and son, of
Prcstonsburg, aro guests of Mrs.
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Mrs. Eugcno Terry and son, and
Miss Ella, Dickerson of South Bos
ton, Va., arc guests of Dr. and Mrs.
A. B. Stoop?.
Prof, and ' Mrs. Henry L. Jones
have gone to New York where they
will take a special course at Colum
Misses Mildred Gatewooa , and
Margaret Ramsey will bo guests of
Miss Rebecca Boswell for the dance
in Winhester Friday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reis, have
returned from their wedding trip
and .are for the' present with Mr.
Reis' mother, Mrs. E. T. Reis.
Mrs. S. D. Hall and Miss Virginia
Hall, who with friends are making
a motor" trip of several weeks, are
now in New York City, for a sever
al days $tayt going later to Atlan
tic City and Philadelphia!
Rev. R. C. Qoldsmith will deliver
the sermon at the Methodist church
Sunday evening. Service will begin
promptly at 7:30.
Pure applo butter made from
granulated sugar. In pints, quarts
and gallons. S. P. droenwade,
phono 431 (74-2t)
Mrs. Louis Urban is quite sick at
her home on Harrison avenue.
The Jiian who thinks the country is
being run just as good as he could
run it himself can be safely classed
as n, conservative.
We would have you try with many
other items we handle, our Booth's
Sardines put up in tomato sauce.
McGuiro Bros., Bank street.
You never realize how many men
there are out of work until you
start to do some outdoor job that is
a little difficult of performance.
WANTED Every house wife to
use Golden Dream Coffee. (73-4teoi)
The man who makes the most
noise talking makes the least noise
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Wait on Yourself
SAVE CLERK HIRE
Pay Cash - - - Save the Big Expense of Delivery
BE SATISFI ED
Realizing the fact that Groceries and Cured Meats
can be profitably sold at a less price than they are being
sold in Mt. Sterling today, we have bought the E. V.
Browning store on East Main street and will open? on the
Self Service-Cash and Carry System
handling only the very best of every commodity. Our
prices will be very little above the wholesale price, and
we invite you to be present on our opening day
Saturday, July 10th
and see what a wonderful saying we are enabled to offer
under the new system.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures
Everybody pays cash and saves, clerk hire, delivery ser
vice and extra charges made for bad accounts where
credit business is done. You will be astonished how
much you can save. Try it one month and you will
never buy any other way.
THE "F AIRrWAF GROCERY
R. E. PUNCH & CO.
Oxford Bargain Sale
STARTS JULY 6
Our Stock of High-grade Oxfords 8c Pumps for
Men, Women and Children at
Big Cut Prices
Womens' Oxfords and Pumps ,
Laird-Schober & Co., in Black and Oft Per Cent.
Brown - - - -. - LW 0ff
Walk-Over, Selby and other good 10 0FF ,
makes in Black and Brown - -
.White High Shoes for Women and 10 off
White Oxfords and Pumps for Ladies 20 Per Cent Off
Childrens Slippers - - - 30 Per cent off
Mens Oxfords in Stacy Adams
and Walk-Over -
Come Early and Get Your Size While Picking is Good
R. E. PUNCH & Company
RG. KERN, Executor R. E. Punch
Mr".' Tipton AViNon was hostess
to her Sewing Circle today nt her
homo on North Sycamore street. Af
ter a hour devoted to needle work
Mrs. WiKou served a most delicious
Mrs. W. C. Clay will entertain the
members of her Sewing Circle Fri
day with a picnic at Olympian
Springs. The affair will he given in
compliment to Mis Vitula Kinsol
ving, of Louisville, and the guet"
will go to the springs in motors.
A Fish Fry
Misses Sally and Anno Clay en
tertained with a fih fry Tuesday
evening at their home on West Main
street in honor of the four students
nho are here with the Kcdpath
Chautauqua. Misses Clay's guests
were, Messrs. IT. E. Owen, Coding
ton, Tenn., .7. B. Craven, Lexington,
X. C, W. R. McCnen, Laurence, S.
C, and August Farwick, Elgin, 111.,
and Missos Elizabeth Clny Highland,
Mnrinnn Young, Ilnttio "William,
Ruth Barnes, Louise Smathers and
guest, Tholinn Jones, of Louisville.
For Mrs. and Miss Kinsolving
Mrs. J. Miller Hoffman was hos
tess lit a party yesterday morning,
entertaining nt cards at her home
on Samuels avenue. The affair was
a lovely compliment to Mrs. TT. B.
Kinsolving and Miss Yitula Kinsol
ving, of Louisville, who are guests
of Mrs. J. Will Clay. The rooms on
the lower floor of Mrs. Hoffman's at
tractive home were thrown together
and most beoutifully decorated with
garden flowers of the different kinds.
At i)oon luncheon was served. Mrs.
Iloffimin'ii gUests were: Mrs. Kin
solving, Miss Kinsolving, Mrs. C. W.
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Charles A. IJind
say, Mrs. Anderson Bogie, Mrs. W.
B. White, Miss Elizabeth Apperson,
Mrs. Percy D. Bryan, Mrs. .Tohu
Stofer, Mrs. S. B. Carrington, Miss
Ella Priest, Mrs. W, 0. Clay, Miss
Allee Young, Mrs. Ben R. Turner,
Mt. J. Will Clay, Mrs. Tom OwingSj
of Ashland, Mrs. Chailes T. Ilazel
rigg, Mrs. Harry B. Ringo, Mis. Joe
Brown, Jr., Mrs. Jack 0 wings, Mrs.
Henry Real, Mrs. IL C. Prewitt,
Miss Flo Shirley, Mrs. Clayton
BRYAN'S HEART IN GRAVE
"My heart is in the grave with
our cause, and I must pause until it
comes buck to me," said William J.
Bryan yesterday in giving his lea
.son for not making any extended
statement on tho work of the Dem
ocratic national convention.
When asked if he would have any
thing to do with the " third party
movement, which begins its conven
tion in Chicago July 10, or would
endorse its candidate, Mr. Bryan
"I do not care to discuss nny oth
er movement. It took the Demo
cratic convention quite a while to
decide on a candidate and the in
dividual voters have about four
months in which to consider tho
claims of the candidates, I shall uso
a part of that four months in con
sidering tho suestion."
BIG AUCTION SALE
New and high grade Used Furm
tuie and many other aiticles. Sat
iday, July 17th, 10 A. M. Watch
for bills. The Market Place.
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Every MERCHANT in tfus town, and mm busintts nun of
le lamu around us. u an advocate of the TRADE. AT. IIOMP
ll promote comrrunily pride, pep and GROWTH.
It ii only pvipg the tame wpport a parent u arwjyi wiHine to
favor a child. Ttui town and rvr ighborriood of ourt u t! QUID.
We, the otuens, ve the PARENTS.
The bminets and industnei of this community are the
TRAITS of the child. They should be supported. Thiry should
be DEVELOPED to the utrrt-AJ4UMUSlchM4hnc
talents developed, the greater the nun, or OUR TOWN.
Our follu-mostly all-are BUYERS IN TIIE HOME MAR
KET. They rcabe thai it is the merchants and pubLc-tpailed men
who DO THINGS h this town. And that these men cannot do
DIG thmp unless the home business u patronued.
THIS NEWSPAPER is one of the BUSINESS ntirutxxis of
our town. It needs to be supported the same is any b of me.
Gcularion subsctiLmf for this paper is one way of sup.
I.AnotWw.yuforiheKERaiANTS and FARM BUS!
NESS MEN to buy advertising space ra the columns of this ptpet.
Newspapa dvrtiuj is the FOUNDATION STONES to
successful iW Duyiruj of faperahe equmeci, to be operated
by rotxperienced he)p n the aBempt to get "ewWe" and MiS
nctlea cJr avtj pswaptiletit, ha never ieed th
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