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BkwIB rj- - .. ' !!W -fe. w ?4 titf WMl ! IMUHIiytlMIII I'MIUHlttil III HIM mum :; MUITES SPECIALTY SHOPE j! j? - : v aswL ' . - '-. & :i K Hand-Made Blouses .... -'J . . f -. V Stamped Goods Hosiery :: M f II M M 1 11 M-M UHlllHltHOHIQMUIl ' JL-V'I ? " ' Mm T WMK i I 1 LI' Your friends like to know what you are doing, and So cial Items are al 'ways of interest. Call 74 and ask ,for the iety Editor. Misses Maty Robinson Crooks and Mattie Pinney are visiting Miss Gene Brother in Owlngsvllle. . Mrs. -Breckinridge Horton, Hunt kigtoa, is: Uie guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Taul. . Mrs. Harry Ragan, ot Enfield, N. .C.,ito-1he gueet-of Mrs. W. R, Thomp json "and Miss Nannie Reid. -Si, June Hansford, o Somerset,- is vis- "iting his daughters, Mrs. Tony Be- lffe',Belll; an1 M,8fl Qraco Hansford.' '.$!!; Mr an(J Mrsi w- c- McGulre have ia. returned from a visit to Mr. and . Mrs. Breck Horton in Huntington. Thomas. Fogg-has returned from ah extended visit to his son, Judgo Harry L'ee Fogg, in Ardmore, Okla. .', Miss Lillian Towles, traveling rep- "" -reseritatlve of Ward-Belmont College, "s ;. was. here yesterday in the interest of . ,., .?:.. . r'v.- ?. tjib Bftinni. -; Mrs. Georgia Nelson is the guest ,. of her. daughter1, Mrs. T. A. Varnon, In Lexington. (Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thompson and Miss Beulah Thompson, sl Miama, Florida, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Henry. Si." . li- ,- "ft 7 J. Mart Wells has reamed to Pine. vllle after spenlng the week-end at home. Mrs. C. W- Moss, of Eminence, is the guest of. her daughter, Mrs: J. W. Crates. Mrs. M. T. Botts, and Mrs. Seth Botts are guests of Mrs. .A. G. Trim ble in North MIddletdwn, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hoffman, Mrs. John Speer and Miss Suzette John son motored to Lexington yesterday. Mrs. E E. Beall will arrive home Friday night' from Jacksonyllle, Fla., where she has, been for the past nine months. J. I. Robinson, of the Confederate Soldiers' Home at Pewee" Valley, is here for a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Walter V. Turner. Mrs. R.- L. "Caccia and little daugh ter, of Philadelphia, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hall at their home in the country., Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. William and baby son, Jack, have returned to their home in Ashland after a visit to Miss Hattie William. Mrs. C.B. Duley, of Morehead, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wood, of Flem- ingsburg, are guests of Mrs. Ella Young and Miss Alberta Young. Miss Frances Hazelrigg of the TJn- iversity of Wisconsin, has returned home to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hazel- Hgg. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Crooks and Miss Mary Robinson Crooks are moving this week to ".Bella Vista,'' the handsome suburban home they reooiiilsr 'yiifepAMv GR, fwi TItfBlMl, ter pike. WllltaiH Thewpeofi is in Masard Foster and Join Welle have gone to .Ptaeyille te spesd their vacation. Dr, C. Wr-CoMptea will remove to the Tedd' residence,. North Sycamore street. MleaJUella. Rebinsos, ot Lexington, spent the wee&ead with relatives in this city. - Mies Bee Owings is in Lexington, the very pleasant guest of Mies Eliz abeth Arthur. Mrs. Sallle Hughes, of Cincinnati, has been the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Clyde Pullins. Mr. and Mrs. WHbrd Tipton left Monday for a trip to the north and east and will be away about four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watson and daughter, Laura E., were in Cynthi- ana and Paris last week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Watson, of Frankfort, -were here last week to attend the grammar school com mencement Mrs. W. R. McDaniel and Mrs. Neal Calvert and little son, Hal, of Charleston, v W; Va., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Carrington. Mrs. S.. P..Grenewade and little daughter, Helen,- are visitidg MrSr Greenwade's. parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank Gibbons, at Mlddletown. Ohio. Mrs. Albert Stofer and Mrs. Gil bert Triplett are in Shelbyville at tending the Missionary Conference of Kentucky,representing the Mission ary Society of the Mt Sterling M. E. jchurch. Mrs. E. N. WIcklltfe, of Lexington, Mr.. and Mrs. Alex. Goodpaster and Mrs. Lawrence KImbro, of-Owings-ville, were hero yesterday to attend the funeral and burial services of Mrs. Fannie Reese. Celebrates Birthday Mr. R. E. Hall celebrated his 89th birthday anniversary yesterday at his home at the Levee, entertaining his family and friends with an elab orate noonday dinner. Those pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Hall, Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hall, Fayette county; Mr. and Mrs. Clay Fogg, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hall, and Mrs. R. L. Caccla, of Philadelphia. h$J k M Newmeyer's Specials FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND COURT DAY JUNE - 16 - 17 - 19 - ONLY 1 lot of Ladies' House Dresses in Ginghams and Percales, values up to $3.50, each, only ., . .'. ..$1.96 1 lot of Corsets, values up to $2.00, at each I . :.... .96 25 pieces Fancy Voiles per yard, only .'. :...r..i .12 . Good Dress Ginghams, per yard, only r.......:..U... -.15 White Satine Underskirts, worth $1.98, only ... L:.... '.96 . 9-4 Peppei;el Bleached Sheeting, per yard, only .....;.-: 44 9-4 Pepperel Unbleached Sheeting, per yard, only '.I .. .42 New is the time for you to buy your needs in Cotton goods' as - ' .- the prices are advancing every day; - , - Hope Bleached Cotton, per yard, only -....'..'.-.....-....:.:. r.13Va ClarX's O. N. T. Crochet Cotton, per spool, only ...i... .08 Clark's O. N. T Shewing Thread, 6 spools for .as. ..'....... .25' Good Men's Work Shirts, each, only ...;. .........';...?... :69 . Extra Heavy Msb'b Ovsralla, per pair, only .'...:....;... .98 In. our Sho,DprtetyHviivin find a good many specials1 at ' vetylow prices. - All Rugs, Kattings and Linoleums at Cut Prices. THE LOUISVILLE STORE 8. M. NEWWHEYER, Proprietor I' v, mmmm - " tttttt'tfftTttffftftfffftf',, t4H''8"M"M' ! 4- i- i 4"l-4i 4itt44M$43'l''l'$'l)Mj'4,i$'l'$'lfrt OHMU i Friday, Saturday and Court Day-June 16, 17, 19 Our "Specials" this week .are unusually seasonable. We have gone into every . department to give you merchandise that you need at this time the best merchan dise remember-r-at remarkably low prices. 1. Smith's Axminster Rugs, 9x12, beautiful patterns, at the .." very low price of , $24.95 2. 9x12 Grass Rugs, similar to Crex, a very attractive arid long wearing rug 5.45 .. 3. 10 Dozen Feather Pillows, real feathers covered with art- ; . ticking in pretty designs, worth $1.25; Special 89 4. 25 Bolts of Marquisette, Cream, White and Ecru, worth 35 cents 19 . .5. 20. Bolts of Silkoline, yard wide, beautiful patterns 19 ' (S. ACA Feather Proof Ticking .. 29 . 7. Men's Overalls, made of the best 220 Denim." : 98 ; ' " 8. 20 Dozen Men's Athletic Union Suits, worth 75c .59 y'9. Men's Socks, Black, Blue, Gray, Brown, 10c; three for.... .25 10. Hoosier and LL Brown Cotton, yard wide . .10V& 11. ' Pebeco and"Pepsodent Tooth Paste, regular 50c. seller.... .39 ". t .12. Armour's half-pound cake Soap and Palm Olive Soap, three cakes for 24 . . ' ' 13. Extra heavy Turkish Towels, size 30x45 . .25 -14. 50 Pieces of Spider Web Mull, very attractive patterns, " makes beautiful summer dresses for children and grown iT'', folks, per yard 24 ' .' ;,15. English Prints, quaint patterns, worth 45c..: 20 ' " (Not over five yards to a customer) 16. Anderson and Lorraine French Ginghams, sold as high as 75c. and 85c .. 49 17. 1 Lot of Ladies' Waists, Georgette and Crepe de Chine, sold as high as $7.50, to be closed out at 1.98 ZrlAZZr- w5vvvvvvvvv?CvvOvvw JjtX For the better serving of our customers we have gone through our entire stock $X and marked everything in Plain Figures that we may give to all the lowest, and X& !& best price possible. ! x:: . . . . . k 'X We are a One-Price-House with everything marked in plain figures. $ S A. B. OLDHAM & SON, "H? J V.-V.VW " V. TV. V. ? . H. H, i f. , . i -i i . ", . H. i M..-.WM.....H vwv. " ? "S m . . VS . ' n V. ....V....-.VVV....4.VV.VV. RELIGIOUS Jlev. T. L. West will preach at Ca margo next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Quarterly meeting at. the Camargo Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Services by Rev. Q. E. Cameron, as sisted by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Ra gan. A revival began at Donaldson church Monday night, conducted by Rev. R. N. Richardson ot Winchester. The services will continue through out the week. The public is cordial ly invited to these services. An old-fashioned revival is going on at Howard's Mill Baptist church, Rev. Black, former pastor, assisting. We are expecting all of the Odd Fel lows at the all-day meeting Sunday. Noel Hodges, Pastor and Chaplin of Watson Lodge. Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:30, A. L. Mitchell, superintendent We are always glad to welcome you to Sunday School. Come and bring the children. At 10:46 tho pastor will speak on "Responsibility." At 7:30 p. m. the subjoct will bo "Self Consecration." Let every member come and bring another person with you. On Wednesday evening at 7:30 we meet In our usual mid-week pray er service. You are invited. SPECIALS SATURDAY AND COURT DAY Lenox soap, 8 cakes .......26c P, & O. soap, 5 cakes 25c Brooms, each , ...35o Mops, 16 ounco . .r 30c 25c glass bowls .for 18c 1 men's shirts for ...75c Matches, 6 boxes for , ..25c 2c talcum powder 10c Towels, sixe 16x30 in., each ,7c Bath towels, 16x30 in., each ....10c Men's belts . ;. 25c 10-qt. galvanized bucket; ;....... 20c Enameled roasters 50c THE FAIR. MASH AND WHISKY CAPTURED Prohibition Agent R. K. Duff, to gether with W. P. Treadway aud a pome, found near Jeffersoaville a still uUt a lot of mash, BMtf Hugs awl a smaII qtuatlty ot HoouahMe. lljw. The opMrtors had Wm tipped oft and escaped, taking the still. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK HOGS Receipts 4,800; stong; hea vies fl0.5010.80; packers and butchers $10.80; medium $10.80; stags $56.50; heavy fat sows $7 8.60; light shlppesr $10.80; pigs (110 pounds and less) $810.60. CATTLE Receipts 600; steady; steers good to choice $7 8.50; fair to good $6.507.60; common to fair $4.506.60; heifers good to choice $8.609; fair to good $68.50; com mon to fair $46; cows good to choice $56.25; fair to good $3.50 6; cutters $2.763.25; calves weak and lower; good to choice $9S9.60; fal rto good $79; common and large $46.60. SHEEP Receipts 6,600; steady; good to choice $35; fair to good $2 3; common $11.60; bucks $103; Iambs steady; good to choice $13.75 014; fair to good $1113.75; sec onds $8.5009.50; common $608. We are selling the best In clothing, hats and shoes at prices as low as cheaper ' grades. 'The Walsh Co. None but the best J. D. NOEL DEAD J. D. Noel, 63 years old, for many years tho representative ot tobacco interests In this city, died at Lexing ton Monday night following a short illness. His widow and one daughter survive him. Mr. Noel had many warm friends in this city who will learn of his death with much regret. Tho quality in our ladies' and children's hose is unsurpassed. R. E. Punch Co., Inc. AT HOME AGAIN After having planted 100 acres ot his Indiana farm in corn, J, H. Ayrea is at home making his fruit and vege table stand a veritable place of business. Light weight Vassar union suits for men arid younger men. B. V. D. style at $C $1-60 and $2. The Walsh Company. Tho girl across the way says: Tho troubfe in. this world Is that lite is so much different from the dreams one has. REDMOND'S SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND COURT DAY G boxes matches 25c 4 rolls 10c toilet paper 25c 7 5c. waxed lunch rolls 25c Jergens 25c talcum powders ....18c Baby chick drinking founts, 3 for 25c Decorated dinner plates, set ....75c Decorated cups and saucers, set $1 Plain white saucers, per set ....60c Plain white cups and saucers ....75c Ice tea glasses, per set 60c Men's work shirts, good qunl 69c Ginghams, per yard 10c Shirting madras, 30-Jn., per yd.,. 16c White counterpanes, $2.60 val..$1.9S Aerolux porch shades, 6 feet, $5.60; 8 feet, $7.00. Special assortment blue enamel ware, choice, 69c. With each purchase ot $1 we give a key which may be the lucky one to unlock the lock and secure the beau tiful kitchen cabinet now on exhibi tion in our window. Two keys extra with each piece of the enamelware assortment. Buy" where your money goes tho furthest and your trade is appreciat ed and you may be tho lucky one to win the kitchen cabinet L. M. REDMOND. COLEMAN GRAVES DEAD Thomas Coleman Graves, aged 92 years, died Tuesday at the home of his niece, Miss Julia Graves, Win chester. He was a brother ot the late Dr. George O. Graves and was widely and prominently connected. Funeral services were held Wednea- v day in Winchester, followed by bur ial in Springfield cemetery. X-"H''KHXX: I White Ribfcii i Spils Hats I SPECIAL $3.00 A Morning Thought lu the morning when them arlsest unwillingly, let this thought ba preeet; "I a rising to the vork at a bbauui Wing." Th Advot, fcwioc a wetk.