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Mr. ord Mr. Joe Dorks have moved
to their now home on Breck avenue.
This Is one of the prettiest new homes
In our city and adds greatly to the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rallee have
moved Into the cottage on West Main
street owned by Mrs. Green Clay.
Mr. Jas. n. Valker has moved into
the Trlble property recently vacated
by Mr. John Gibson.
The next term of the Madison Conn
ty Court cornea on the sixth day of
Col. B. B. Million Is moving Into hi
very handsome residence on West
Main street which has Just been com'
pletcd. It is a beautiful brick strtic
ture of ten rooms and is modern in
every detail. It is quite an addition
to the city.
"All tbo world's a stage
And all the men and women merely
They have their exits and their en
Mr. John It. Gibson has been
l.oiilsville for the past few days.
Miss Martha Burke, of Illinois, Is the
attractive guest of Miss Jane D. Stock
On Thursday night the younger set
enjoyed a Christmas dance at the
Masonic Temple. Delightful music
was furnished by the Lexington Or
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, of Glas
gow, and Miss G wynne, of Georgetown
have returned home after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gwynne.
Mr. Calnes Jasper will return this
week to the military school at Green'
Dr. Combs, of Klrksvllle, was here
last week on his way home from
visit to his parents in Winchester.
The wedding of Miss Norma Elmore
and Mr. Hobert Dunlap Blanton will
occur early in January.
Miss Elath Bucbannan Is at home
on a visit to her mother, Mrs. A. C
ilushanan. She Is sstudent at Ward's
Col. and Mrs. John Cunningham
have received cards announcing the
marriage of their nephew, Mr. Lewis
Wallace Estill, to Miss Mountjoy, of
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Gi instead, of
Danville, have been here on a visH
to Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Parrish.
Messrs. Thompson and Logan Bur-
nam will leave this week to resume
their studies at Toome School, Mary'
Mr. and Mrs. Roy White spent sev
eral days last week in Winchester.
Miss Duncan Foster is at home for
a visit to her mother for the holidays
She will leave this week for the Mary
Baldwin School ia Virginia, to resume
Mr. Joe Embry has been on a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Audi Parks and chil
dren have been in Lowell, Ky., on a
Mrs. Mary Dean, of the State Nor
mal, spent the holidays in Jessamine.
Mrs. R. C. Hocker, of Stanford, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps.
Miss Anne Bennett Cohen is at home
from Randolph-Macon, Va., and Is with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. Joe Haselden, of Lancaster, was
here thla. week.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gibson have
moved into their new home recently
purchased of the Turley heirs. They
have remodeled the place and mod
ernixed it throughout.
The next series of the Lecture
Course will be held in the Normal
Chapel on the evening of Januury 11,
at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Oldham have
returned from a visit to the latter's
parents in Crittenden.
Miss Nettle Scrivner, of Ilerea,' has
been with friends In this city.
Miss Jesse Norton Crutcher, of
Nicholasvtlle, is the guest jlf Miss
On Thursday evening Miss Mynue
Wagers gave an elegant dinner In
honor of Miss Anue Bennett Cohen
and her visitors.
The commodious dormitory being
erected at the State Normal School
for young ladies la uearing completion.
This building is complete In all of its
appointments, bus forty-four large
rooms for the accommodatlou of the
student. The work la being done by
T. 8. Todd ft Co., large contractors
of this city. This Is only another In
stance of the energy and push of the
president. Dr. J. G. Crabbe.
Mrs. Beacham Lackey and their lit
tle daughter left Friday for Nicholas
vtlle where they will make their home
with Mrs. Lackey's mother. Many
good wishes follow them.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Turley enter
lalned in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Bruce, of Stanford, on Friday evening.
The faculty of the E. K. S. N. gave
a reception In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Keith, on New Year's Day.
Mr. W. 8. Fish, of Stanford, a for
mer Madison county man, was In this
city on Christmas Day. His friends
are always glad to welcome him back.
Miss 1e Prather. the very efficient
cashier of W. D. Oldham A Co., has
accepted a poeitlon with the Phoenix
Third National Bank of Lexington and
will leave for that city at once. Her
departure will bo a loss to Richmond
where she has scqres of friends.
Mr. Embry Deatherage has been at
home for a visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel A. Deatherage. Mr.
Deatherage has a fine position with
the Mason-Hanger Co., and Is win
ning laurels for himself In his chosen
Mr. Nat. Brown, who for months
has been In a hospital In New York,
Is at home greatly Improved In health.
His many friends welcome him back
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chenault and
pretty daughter, Miss Josephine, have
Just returned from Mt. Sterling after;
a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. George
managed by gentlemen of unquestion
ed Integrity and the service rendered
their patrons Is fine Indeed. Madison
feels proud of such Institutions. Merit
Rev. Peyton Adams, formerly of this
place, but located In Lawrenceburs,
has been visiting relatives In this
county. He was accompanied by his
The Normal School la looking for
ward to a very large attendance at the
approaching term from all over the
state. Thla school Is doing good work
and seems to be growing rapidly In
The law Arm of Chenault and Che
nault have moved their offices to the
C. C. Wallace & Son, lawyers, have
moved their offices to the Oldham
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
has built a commodious depot on the
site of the burned depot on the line
of the L. & A. branch road.
Tho Louisville & Nashville Railroad
U building n large freight depot on Its
line near the Junction of the L. & A.
Railroad. It is preparing to enter the
city with its U & A. trains directly
through the city Instead of having to
switch In backwards from its line.
This is a much-needed Improvement.
MR. HIGQINS GIVES AWAY COOK-STOVE.
. Mlss Mabel Montgomery won the
miniature cook-stove given by our pop
ular furniture dealer, Mr. W. K. Hlg
gins. Mlsa Mabel Is only nln years
old and the prize was given to her for
having the best picture In the picture
coloring contest. There were a large
number of contestants and the judges
praised some of the work very highly.
Capt. Short, Officer 8. 8. Short and
Deputy Marshal Mays mnde a moon
shine raid that took them to "Happy
Top" In Estill county. They captured
one shiner, another got away, and the
brlndle dog bit Maya In the knee and
Mays shot Hie dog and the woman of
the ranch threatened to shoot Mays:
and take It altogether they had what
a Rockcastle man calls "an expulslfl
cable time." Pantagraph.
IN THE COURTS.
The following cases appealed from
the Madison Orcult Court are on the
docket of the Kentucky Court of Ap
peals for the January term and are
set for hearing on the 15th Instant:
Chenault vs. Collins It Co.
City of Richmond vs. Female Insti
Miss Ellen Gibson Miller has been
visiting relatives and friends in the
Falls City for the past week.
The next meeting of tho Ceclllan
Club will meet with Mrs. Hale Dean
on West Main street, Wednesday. An
account of same will be in our next
Miss Elizabeth Ehackelford is at
home from Washington where she is
attending school this year.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hanger and
sous spent the Christmas holidays at
their beautiful country home, Arling
Messrs. Harry Rice and Harold Old
ham are at home from the Military
School at Millersburg.
Mrs. Henry Baugh, nee Miss Mar
guerite Myers, who has been on a visit
to her mother, Mrs. 'Dave Myers, on
High street, returned to her home in
The teachers and students are back
at Madison Institute where school
opened on Monday.
Dr. C. E. Smoot Is the happy pos
sessor of an Overland car. He finds
himself very busy looking after his
extensive practice but riding in such
a handsome car will repay him for his
labors these frosty days.
Mr. L. M. Whittaker has purchased
235 acres of fine blue grass land on
Silver Creek. He will not move to It
this winter, but will continue to reside
In tho city on Second street In the
Mr. Z. T. Rice, who has been living
in the country rejuvenating, has re
turned to the city and will reside on
the Summit. He and his family are
welcomed back to their home by a
host of friends.
Judge W. It. Shackelford was In
Louisville Inst week where he deliv
ered a speech at the banquet given by
the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. The
Judge is a member of the chapter
which was established at Central Uni
versity of this city. He handled his
subject, "Kentucky and the Alpha Tau
The property of the late T. J. Scott
which was offered for sale last Sat
urday afternoon was bid up to 3,010,
which bid was refused and the proper
ty was withdrawn. The agent, W. A.
Tangford, thinks thnt the property is
worm much more than this.
PUT THE SCREWS TO HIM.
In Squire J. D. Dykes court last
Monday afternoon, Claude Prewitt was
tried on the charge of giving whisky
to Arthur and Hugh Fritz and Jas.
Foster, all Infants. He was fined fifty
dollars and cost In each case.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Miss Leila Patrldge, one of the very
able teachers of the Normal has been
quite sick but Is now convalescent,
much to the gratiilcation of her host
Mrs. Dr. H. M. Blanton has been In
Lexington on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Watts.
Mrs. Neale Bennett Is at home after
an absence of some weeks In a Lex
ington hospital. Her many friends are
glad of her recovery and to have her
in their midst again where 'she Is a
Miss Sue Scrivener has returned to
Winchester after spending the holi
days with her father, Mr. L. M.
Miss Willis, of Lexington, Is the
guest of Mrs. W. L. Arnold on Lan
Mr. Frederick Skinner, who will
graduate in Admlrality Law from the
University of Virginia iu June, was
the guest last week of Miss Elizabeth
Shackelford at her attractive home ou
Lancaster avenue. '
Miss Unita Moore, the daughter of
Col. Dan Moore, of Harrodsburgh, and
Mr. Simpson, of North Carolina, have
been the guests of Miss Callle Miller
Shackelford during the holidays.
Miss Russell Stouffer leaves to-day
for the Randolph-Macon School to re
sume her studios.
Our fellow townsman, Cols John R.
Gibson, Is a formidable candidate for
the office or Collector for the Eighth
District. Here's hoping that he may
Janil th plum. He Is a business manj
oi excellent quanncauons. ii given
the appointment the Interests of the
Government will be well taken care of
and he will put and keep the office on
the Al list.
Mrs. Green B. Turley bought ten
shares of the Southern National Bank
stock at $120.30 per share. This was
a part of the estate of the late Green
B. Turley. This bank has been In op
eration only a few years and tho sale
is regarded as a good one.
C. W. Jenkins to Jessie M. Tudor,
G. V. West to Mary S. Jenkins, 43A,
P. S. Whitlock to G. C. Burgln, 13A,
J. M. Prewitt to H. H. Warmouth,
A. C. Johnson to I. C. Johnson, 16A,
A. C. Johnson to B. S. Johnson, 8A,
Shearer Bros, to Jno. Todd, 42A,
J. K. Sandlln to W. M. Jones, 43A,
B. F. Tudor to Wm. Hickman, 1000A,
Andy Turner, colored, has been giv
ing the police some trouble. Last
week he was acting In an ugly manner
before Policeman Jesse Dykes when
Claude- Devore, assistant policeman,
suspected that he meant personal In
jury to Mr. Dkyes. Devore and Dykes
grappled with him and together suc
ceeded in arresting him and took from
him a pistol. Turner and others had
had a large amount of whisky taken
from them by Policeman Dykes and
this Is supposed to have angered him
and filled him with the desire to do
Mr. Dykes some Injury. The officers
locked him in JaifT
Casey' to W. K. Price. lilA,
The note-book and diary which the
Citizens National Bank is presenting
to its patrons is a handsome and use-1 ?-l"t.
ful book. The calendars which tlicv ,
are distributing are exceptionally 1
beautiful and show the
artist In their selection.
Wm. Jones to Harry Hornsby, 17A,
Lee Abney to J. F. Baldwin, 39A,
F. F. Abney to J. A. Anderson, 17A,
J. J. Moore to Jas. Anderson, 41A,
Jno. Whitaker to Taylor Bogie, 23A,
City Lots In Richmond.
W. L. Arnold to W. II. Sebastln,
one-half lot, $1,000.
Mary D. Lanter to Jno. D. Tread
Annie C. Myers to Nannie Baldwin,
J. B. Stouffer to Eliza Myers, $1,500.
W. T. Short to Baxter & Baldwin,
Wm. Parkes to Johnson Tribble,
Madison Stock Yards Co. to Bum
sides & Co., $8,000.
Ilerea Real Estate Co. to America
Berea Real Estate Co. to E. F. Ogg
Jno. J. Hughes to W. N. Huches.
U Prepared To Do All Kinds of First-Cat
At Reasonable Rates. Your Patronage ! Solicited.
The beat workmen only are employed.
New Job Presses New Type Faces
New Cuts and Designs
LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS STATEMENTS CARDS
AND ANYTHING YOU WANT
v THIS IS A CULTURED COMMUNITY AND I WANT TO
REACH THE BEST PEOPLE.
NO ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE
FIRST TWO PAGES.
SPACE CAN BE HAD ON ALL OTHER PAGES AT REA
SONABLE RATES. ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY. POSI
TIVELY NO CUTTING IN PRICES.
The motor bus which made n few
spasmodic trips between Richmond
and Lexington has been taken off of
that roud and put on the road between
Lexington and Lancaster. It mukes
quits a convenient connection between
a dry nnd a wet town.
taste of an I have for sale two very desirable
! building lots on West Main street in
I the Shackelford addition to the city
of Richmond. These lots adjoin and
will sell one or both of them. GRANT
E. LILLY." Phone 63S.
The Misses Wood, of Mt. Sterling,
have been the guests of Mr. William
Wallace on West Main street.
Miss Jane Goodloe, daughter of Col.
John D. Goodloe, left Sunday to take
up her work again. in the Womau'a
Miss Jenoatte Winston Pates baa re
turned from pleasant visit to rela
tives in Midway, Ky. '
Mr. Stockton Hume, of Louisville, Is
visiting bis uncle, E. C. Stockton, on
Mr. H. F. Barker, who formerly re
sided in this city, but now resides In
Lexington, has struck It lucky. He
has Invented a device by which a
rapid calculation, or rather instaiitane-
The Martk'onlan desires to give the
county und city the best service pos-
siDie to be given In a country news
paper, und we ask the hearty co-opera
tion or our tetiow-citneens. when you
have a news item, give It to us and It
will be printed. It' you hitve friends
visit iib you, or if you tire visiting any
where, tell uu about it. Far social
notes, telephone b"'S. For editorial
THE RICHMOND COMM ANDERY
According to a long established cus
tom, Richmond Commandery No. 19
kept open house at their asylum on
The Sir Knights were assembled In
uniform and many of the members of
their families were present. A beau
tiful musical program was rendered as
Prelude Organ Mrs. Kellogg
Hymn selected Choir
Proclamation. . . .Eminent Commander
Sir E. C. Stockton
Anthem selected Choir
Invocation Rev. E. B. Barnes
Solo selected. .. .Miss Mary Traynor
Address Rev. G. W. Crutehneld
Anthem selected Choir
Postlude Organ Mrs. Kellogg
The choir was composed of the cele
brated singers of the city. Mr. D. B.
Shackelford acted as master of cere
monies. An lmproptu' address was
made by Past Grandmaster R. R. Bur-
Hon. C. M. Harris, Past Grandmas
ter of the Versailles Commandery, was
on the program for an address, but Mr.
Harriss was engaged in getting mar
ried that day and forgot to come. His
place was taken by Rev. G. W. Crutch
field, one of our best known ministers
and pastor of the Methodist Church,
who delivered himself very feelingly.
The Committee on Arrangements
was W. M. Witt, J. G. Bosley and Jas.
W. Wagers, while W. Neale Bennett,
R. R. Burnam, Jr., and J. McCreary
Simmons acted as ushers.
Delightful refreshments were served.
served. The retiring Master, R. L.
Potts, was presented with a handsome
Masonic ring by the lodge In token
of Its esteem of him, personally and
of his work as Master.
MADISON LODGE, I. O. O. F.
Madison Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F.,
Monday night, elected for the ensuing
year: N. C... S. L. Powell: V. G.. H.
M. Taylor; Secretary, Wm. S. Broad
dus; Treasurer, W. J. Stewart; Host,
S. L. Jones; Property Committee, C.
C. Wallace. T. S. Todd, (!. W. T.
KINGSTON LODGE NO. 315.
Kingston Lodge No. 315, F. and A.
M., chose officers for the ensuing year
as follows: Luther Todd, W. M ; J.
S. Hockady, S. W.; J. C. Gilbert, J.
W.; J. W. Hendren, Treasurer; R. L.
Fotts, Secretary; William Hendricks,
Tyler. A. B. Ellison was appointed S.
D. and F. J. Eakln. J. D. The Third
Degree was conferred on George
Bishop. A delightful repast was
The Masonic Lodge of this place
met In its lodge rooms for its annual
election of officers. The following of
ficers were elected: W. Neale Bennett,
Master; Dr. J. T. Bosley, S. W.; Mc
Creary Simmons, J. W; S. 8. Parkes,
Treasurer; J. A. Higgins, Secretary;
E. H. Ballard Tyler.
Mr. S. S. Parks has been re-elected
as the treasurer of this lodge for thirty-nine
years consecutively and when
he was elected be expressed himself
very feelingly for the honor conferred
on him and for this repeated manifes
tation of the lodge and his Integrity,
he was presented with a handsome
silk umbrella by the lodge as a slight
token of their esteem for him.
Mr. Higgins has been elected as sec
retary of the lodge for many years
last past and he was presented with a
box of fine cigars by the lodge 1n tes
timony of their appreciation of bis
many efforts and good qualities!
Mr. E. H. Ballard has been elected
to the office of Tyler for many years
last past, and the lodge presented him
with a very handsome gold headed
cane, showing him how feign')- they
regarded him' for his many good quali
ties of good fellowship, sterling worth
and faithful service.
Hon. L. B. Herrington was made a
Master Mason with beautiful ceremo
nies. After the lodge was closed thi mem
bers and their assembled guests re
paired to the spacious hall of the
Knight Templars asylum and wer-s
served a beautiful repast.
Ex-Grand Past Master R. R. Burnam
presided as toastmaster and toasts
were responded to by Prof. Bridges,
Hon. L. B. Herrington, Grant E. Lilly
and Prof. Cassiday.
The Knights of Pythias entertained
recently in their hall all of their mem
bers, their wives and friends. A num
ber of eloquent speeches were made
by the local orators. A great feast
was set for the assembled guests and
a most delightful evening was spent.
Mr. F. L. Russell was toastmaster and
master of ceremonies, and most splen
didly did he perform bis part.
Musician and Wit.
M- Camille Saint-Saens, the great
musician, and the life-long friend of
animals, took into his home a little
dog. The enraged concierge waited
his chance and notified the owner of
the house. Soon a letter arrived for
the musician which said, "Monsieur,
my house is not a zoological garden!"
Saint Saen sent back the answer,
"Monsieur, If you wish your house to
be a zoological garden you have only
to live In it."
ous method of ascertaining the gross
price of tobacco when sold on lha j matters, phone 659. For ull other busl-
uiuaes. n is on ine oraer oi uie iui-ess matters, phone 791- WE BE
tulating scales. It is of great service ljrvk THAT YOC APPRECIATE
as well as convenience to the farmer fjoon SKitVit'E. AND it sham' iik
It maketh the heart glad to see the
many loads of tobacco that are now
being hauled to the local warehouses
for sale. It rejoices us to know that
the farmer is getting good prices for
his products. The sales on the local
breaks have beeu phenomenal. The
affairs of these local warehouses are
and tobacco sulesiiiun. We hope that
Mr. Barker will realize u handsome
fortune from his patent.
A PRIZE WINNER.
Miss Anna Lee Parks won the large
doll offered by Sewell & McKinney.
She received the very complimentary
vote of 80.S48. Her closest competi
tor waa Miss Bessie Parks, who re
ceived 67,700, uud won a child's piano.
Tho third prUe, a small doll, was won
by Miss Annie Haiket. sli receiving
f5,tj5 votes. Those who vomited the
vote aud awarded the prUes were
Messrs. Jack Wagers, Juuu Baxter aul
O. Powers. Their awurda gave entire
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social news, Mis. Lilly, 4 -'4 l-aucai.ter
avenue; business otllce, at the Madl
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Call In aud Bee us. It is our pleusure
all the time, to meet you and talk with
you und your friends.
Consistency, tliou art a jewel, but
the average won.an would rather have
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Couldn't Take Prescription.
Physician "You should teek a high
er altitude." Patient "U always, gttta
me dizzy to tra! by airship."
A very desirable cottage on
West Main Street, in the
heart of the fashionable res
Complete in all of its appointments.
More than an acre of ground.
GRANT E. LILLY