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Tell u the new. Wt appreciate It and
It our pleasure to serve you. Phone
63S, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your
name to all newt Items.
We make a specialty of telling nothing
but the best grades of Clover, Timothy,
Clean Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red
Feed and Seed Oats. Give us a call.
Phone 72 and 144. Covington, Thorpe &
While, walking on Third Street,
Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Geo..
Pickets slipped on a banana peel
ing and fell, striking her left wrist
and spraining it. We hope no seri
ous results will follow but let this
again remind people not to throw
banana peelings on the sidewalk,
as "many serious injuries are
occasioned by such carelessness.
On Friday last Mr. Ronald C.
Oldham while putting coal in the
stove had the misfortune to get
burned about the lower part of
the face, gas having accumulated
which caused an explosion.
He is not seriously hurt we are
glad to report and is expected
over in a few days to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Old
ham. Mrs. D. H. Scanlon Sustains
Mrs. D. H. Scanlon met with a
painful accident last Saturday by
falling against the bath tub and
fracturing several ribs. We are
'glad to report her condition much
improved. Mrs. Scanlon is much
loved throughout . the city, and
her many friends deplore the ac
cident. Opera House Prizes
The Red Star Coal is still be
ing given away by the Richmond
Coal and Supply Co. at the Opera
House, with coupons. C D
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indites was uie lutny yuung man,
Saturday night '
Good pictures every night
Mrs. James Miller, of Barbours
ville, who is visiting her father,
Squire Black, and other relatives
here, while In the Richmond Mil
linery store last Tuesday, fainted
and fell down a flight of steps,
seriously injuring herself.
For Sale or Rent House and
lot at Waco, known as the Dr.
Taylor place. For further infor
mation apply to M. H. or C. T.
Wells, Richmond, Ky. . 38-tf
Dress Making and Alterations a Spec
ialty. Mrs. W. Jones, at Singer Office.
Public Sale of Land!
On the premises at 11 o'clock
November 12, 191&
I will offer for sale to the high
est bidder, my farm consisting of
1158 acres situated on Gogrins
Lane, adjoining the lands 'of H.
B. Hanger. C. C. Stocker, Mrs.
E. W. Luxon, and immediately
in the rear of the Luxon ' farm of
which this land was originally a
pat This is fine' fertile land,
capable of producing anything
that the best central Kentucky
produces, is well watered by a
arge never failing spring, and
has been in grass for more than
fifteen years. Terms will be li
beral and made known on day of
sale. Don't forget the date and
hour of sale.
C C. WALLACE.
T. 0. BROADDUS
Fresh Meats, Corn and Dried Beef
LjL fresh and smoked
V ' TONGUES
J All Refrigerator Meats
"NT , PHONE 39
RESIDENCE PHONE 239
134 2d St., Richmond, Ky.
Phone 638 or 791 for all personal Items
Mr. John Dunn has been with friends lit
Mr. David Phelps came home on a visit
the past week.
Miss Elisabeth Karr Is visiting her sister
Miss Huey has been the guest of Miss
Mrs. Walker Stuart is the guest of Hon.
and Mrs. C. L. Searcy.
Mrs. H. N. Quisenberry has as her guest
Mrs. Huey, of Covington, Ky.
Mrs. Morgan, of Lexington, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. M. C. Kellogg.
Mr. B. P. Soper of this city visited rela
tives In Nicholasvllle last week.
Mrs. Riley Spears has been the guest of
her daughter Mrs. R. E. Turley.
Mrs. J. W. Arnold has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jones In Louisville.
Miss Madrue Farris was the week end
guest of Miss Ellen Gibson Miller.
Mrs. James Burnam1 is in Winchester,
the guest of her mother, MrsGay.
Mrs. S. P. Bush had Mrs. A. P. Lisle of
Winchester, as her guest last week.
Mrs. Shirt of Noblesville, Ind., Is the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Paris,
are the guests of relatives in the city.
Miss Marie Louise Reynolds spent the
week end in Cynthiana with relatives.
Miss Francis Wagers has returned home
after a visit to friends in Nicholasville.
Mrs. Green Turley has as her guest her
daughter Mrs. Roht. Bruce, of Stanford.
Miss Tommie Cole Covington has as her
guest Miss Katherine Wiley of Lexington
Mr. Gilbert Grinstead is in the city in the
capacity of solicitor for the House of Hurst.
Messrs. Henry and Field White left last
week for Mansfield, Ohio, to engage In
Mrs. Cabel Chenault of Tucumcari, N. M
is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. Marcus Phelps has been quite sick
at her home in the country, but is now
Mrs. D. L. Cobb has had as her guest
Miss Grafton, the National Superintendent
of Circle work.
Mrs. Frank Walton and daughter Eliza
beth of Allensville, Ky., are the guests of
Dr. C H.VaughL
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKinney are spend
ing several weeks in Mt. Sterling, and oth
er points in Illinois. 1
Miss Marianne Collins, of Richmond, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Burke.
Mrs. Geo. Phelps reached Richmond,
Monday night, after an extended visit to
Miss Polly Traylor returned Saturday
after a very pleasant visit to Mrs. A. S.
Robinson, In Danville.
Misses Elath Buchanan and Margarette
Covington, were the week end guests of
Mrs. Spears in Lexington.
Mrs A. D. Miller will be absent several
weeks visiting relatives and friends in Law
renceburg and Harrod&burgr-
Mrs. Geo G. Coizelius has returned from
Cincinnati with her son Curtis, where she
took him to be operated on.
Mrs. Fethers left for her home in
New York on Wednesday, after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay.
Dr. E. B.Barnes returned Saturday morn
ing from Carlisle, having held a most sue
cessful meeting at that place.
Miss Lucia Burnam is quite sick with
diphtheria, and her friends earnestly hope
for her speedy Improvement.
We are glad to report the convalescence
of Mrs. Ellen Gibson and Mrs. Lucy White
who have been on the sick list
Mrs. Stanley G. Zinke and little daugh
ter are at home, after a months visit to her
parents in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Mrs. Molly Dudley has been very low
for the past week, and all of her children
have been called to her bedside.
Mrs. Robert Carlisle of Lawrenceburg
has returned to her home after visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Stephen Bates.
Little Margaret Chenault, daughter of
Mrs. Joe Chenault, is quite sick with diph
theria at her home on the Summit
Mrs. H. C. Kauffman has returned to
her home In Lancaster after a visit to Mr.
J. E. Greenleaf on Lancaster avenue.
Mesdames Thomas Baldwin. William
Shanks and Misses Ollie Baldwin and Molly
Fife motored to Lexington Wednesday.
Mr. Jas. Deatherage and bride, have re
turned to Richmond and taken rooms at
Mrs. Nathan Deatherage't on Second St
Mr. W. A. Doty, an employ of the Ken
tucky Utilities Co., has returned from a
visit to hit father, Mr. Jesse Doty, In Lan
caster. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Colyer who have been
in Wyoming for sometime are to return to
Richmond this week to make It their
. Mrs. Annie Fife who has spent the past I
P;ar In this city with her sister, Mrs.
ife, will return to her home in Missouri i
- A number ot young men of this city at
tended the Football game between the
I'nivertity of Cincinnati and Slate Univer-
sity last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. IX Oldham spent Sun
day U Car lisle with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Telephone all social news to 638.
Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor
Mr Tom Cnltlni entertained at a rjretty
luncheon on Thursday in compliment to
Mrs. Henry White, of Atlanta, Ga.
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Mr. D. B. Shackelford entertained with
a delightful dance on Monday In honor of
her daughter Mrs. Warren Jackson, ot
R it K
The first meetintf of the German Club
will be on the 30th of October, and will
be led by Mr. Geo. Coodloe and Miss
There wilt be a Hallow'een dance at
Madison Institute wn Friday evening.
given to the young ladies of the school by
Prof, and Mrs. Cassiday, of which further
mention will be made. .
Mrs. Neal Bennett was hostess of the
Bridge Club on Thursday afternoon. After
a number of spirited games a delicious
i i i u .
luncneon was servea, anu iik pi
were awarded to Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Kellogg
and Miss Mollie Fife.
Following the address of Miss Grafton
at the Christian church on Saturday after
noon, an Informal reception was given by
the C. W. B. M., the Circle and W hat-So-Ever
socities. Tea and sandwiches weu
served by the young ladies and a most
enjoyable hour was spent
Mrs. Howard ana Mrs. C. E. Douglas
gave a kitchen shower last Friday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Shelby Hamilton.
The affair was much enjoyed and many
useful articles given to the young house
keeper. K at
Miss Jeannette Pates entertained at one
o'clock luncheon on Sunday the followint!
young ladies: Miss TommleCoIe CovTrJ-"
ton, Katherine Wiley, Eftie Land, Eliza
beth Turley, Elizabeth Burman and Austin
Lilly. The affair was given in honor of
Miss Covington's visitors.
The Parents-Teachers "Association met
on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in room
20 of the Model Building. A good at
tendance was on hand and the varlon re
ports of committees were heard. The
following members were elected officers
for the coming year: Mrs. B. H. Luxon,
President Mrs. John Arnold, Vice-President
and Miss Ames, Secretary-Treasurer.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Howe, 212 West Fifth street this city, at
high noon Wednesday, Oct. 22nd Mr. G.
M. Henderson, and Miss Pearl Brockman,
both of Garrard County, were united in
marriage. Dr. H. N. Quisenberry of the
First Baptist Church was the officiating
minister. The "Newly Weds" left on the
evening train for their cozy home which
the groom had in waiting. Congratulations.
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Friends here have received the follow
ing handsomely engraved invitation:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Perry
request tne honour of your presence at
the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Julian Tyng
Wednesday evening, the twelfth of
Nineteen hundred and thirteen
at eight o'clock
First Christian Church
A most charming affair .of Monday eve
ning was the AThambra Party given by
Mrs. C. H. Vaught in honor of her guest
Mrs. Frank Waltoiv and daughter, Miss
After the performance the guests repair
ed to the home of the hostess on West
Main where music and dancing were en
joyed and at ten o'clock delicious ice
course was served. j
Beside the host and hostess those who 1
C. Oldham. The latter returned with
them t or a short visit.
Mr. Spencer, the son of Dr. i. J. Spencer,
of Lexington, was In the city the past
week In the interest of the Christian
Evangelist and the Standard.
Dr. W. C. White of the Climax force was
In Lexington on Thursday to attend In
Memorial exercises held In honor ot his
brother the late Professor J. G. White.
Walter Congleton, son .of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Congleton ol this city was strkken
with Spinal Menengitis. Wednesday even
ing. We earnestly hope lor his improvement
enjoyed the evening were: Mesdames
Frank Walton, Dan Chenault B. If. Lux
on, L. B. Herrlngton, Thompson Burnam,
C. E. Lilly and M. C Kellogg; Misses
Elizabeth Walton, Mary Catherine and
Julia White, Margaret Parrish, Marianne
Collins, Duncan Foster, Eleanor Hagan,
Elizabeth Wanton, Gladys Perry, Marion
Keenc, Elizabeth and Mary Hardin Vaught;
Messrs. Edwin Stockton, Earl Curtis, Wil
liam Wallace, Sam Parkes and Robert
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The marriage of Miss Jannette Phelps
and Mr, William Tucker took place Mon
day, the 27th of October, at the home of
Mrs. Annie Phelps Walden, aunt of the
bride. The wedding was a very quiet one
on account of recent sickness and death In
Miss Phelps is one of Madison county's
most attractive girls, while the groom is a
prominent young business man formerly of
Stanford. He is a graduate of the Normal
School at Bowling Green, and is well
equipped for life's service. We Join with
friends in extending congratulations and
wishing the young couple a flower-strewn
pathway through life,
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One of the pretty entertainments of this
week was a Missionary Tea given on Mon
day afternoon by Mesdames J. B. Stouffer
and T. J. Taylor, at the home of the former
on High street. It was given for the benefit
of the French Mission Circle, of the Pres
byterian church. The house was beautifully
decorated with autumn flowers, and a de
lightful musical and literary program given
by the following ladies and children: Little
Miss Terrill, a song; recitation. Miss Eliza-!
beth Hohson; piano solo, Mrs. Hoskinson;
recitation. Miss Hurst; vocal solo. Miss'
Diiling. At the close of the program tea !
and dainty sandwiches were served.
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MRS. CLAY'S BRIDGE-LUNCHEON 1
A party of unusual elegance was given
it the tthtel Gly ndon on Tuesday afternoon j
by Mrs." Brutus J.Clay. v
. It was a Bridge Luncheon given in honor ;
of her guest, Mrs. Fethers of New York.
Atone o'clock a delicious four course
lunch was served in the Hotel dining room 1
and the gastronomic delights were not the
only ones, for the table was tastefully j
decorated with evergreens and gold and :
crimson dahlias. -' I
After the luncheon the guests adjourned
to the parlor where Bridge was indulged j
in till a late hour. The guests did honor to I
the occasion with their handsome toilets
and a ,more beautifully gowned or repre
sentative group of charming - women could
not have been found in any city.
The hostess was very handsome in an
imported taupe gown and with her cordial I
manner made the occasion one of delight
The guest prize went to Mrs. Fethers,
being a head done in oil. painted in Italy.
The first prize a silver candlestick was won
by Miss Mollie Fife; tiie lucky number
prize was drawn by Mrs. W. H. Criderand
was a silver call bell. I
DEATH ERAGE-OLDH AM
The marriage of Mr. Jas. Deatherage and
Miss Mary Earl Oldham, of which mention
was made In our last issue, is one of much
Interest in the city and county, on account
of the popularity of the young couple.
The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Oldham of Waco, and a niece
of Mrs. John Chenault of this city. She is
both pretty and accomplished, and the
groom Is to be congratulated on his wise
choice. Mr. Deatherage is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Archilles Deatherage, both of whom
have been dead many years. He was rais
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Nath Deatherage, who
have been as father and mother to him.
No young man in the place stands higher
In commercial circles than Mr. Deatherage.
where "he is recognized for his integrity and j
nn ousmess attainments.
The manriage was performed by Dr. E.
B. Barnes, in the presence of Mrs. Nath
Deatherage, Mrs. E. B. Barnes, little Elmer
Katherine Douglas and Master Edwin
Barnes. The couple left immediately alter
the ceremony for Niagara Falls and on
their return will be at home with Mr. and
Mrs. N. a Deatherage. With a host of
friends the Madisonian offers the heaitiest
Mrs. Amanda T. Million lett last Thurs -
day for Cumberland Cap, where she has
secured the position as matron of the
school there, formerly held by Mrs. Cinda
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Howard of Washing-,
ton, who recently came to Kichmond to
attend the funeral ot Mr. Kulus McCoit.
are thinking of locating on the old farm :
on Otter Creek.
Mis Ollie Baldwin has returned to her I
home In Kichmond. alter a visit to her j
sister, Mrs W. H. Shanks. The latter will
soon leave to kn her hushand. in t'olum- -by
Ca. kit the winter.- Interior Journal. I
A kitchen and dining room
shower will be given at the First
Christian Church Friday evening
Oct 31st at 7 oclock-
Dr. D. II. Scanlon is delivering
a series of fine lectures each
Wednesday night at the Presby
terian church, and the same are
very entertaining and instructive.
Richmond is well represented
this week in Hustonville by Mrs.
i Joe Arnold and Miss Julia Hig
; gins, who are delegates from the
local churches, to the meeting of
Women's Presbyterial Work.
The time for the dedication of J
the First Christian Church has
been finally and authoritatively
set for the third Sunday in Nov.
the 16th. There will be inspiring
services on that day and during
the week following. Particulars
will be announced later. j
Dr. W. E. Ellis of Paris, Ky.,
preached the dedication sermon
at the new Christian church at
North Middleton, Ky., a week ago.
The building cost $25,000., and
was free from debt as the full
amount was subscribed before
the building was begun. This is
indeed a record to be proud of.
Squire Harvey Dead
Squire Harvey, of the Valley
View section of this county, is
dead, leaving a wife and six chil
dren. He was a well known
man and has many friends in
See to It th.it you have the right Hat and Shoes. These are the two extreme
points in your wearing apparel, and these are the two most essential. We sell
. . iv'S HATS, the world's best productions. You are not ashamed of your
hat if it is a STETSON. Come and ask to see the new Fall shapes and colors.
Our men's shoes are of such makes as "STACY ADAMS," "SWELL SHOD,"
"W. L. DOUGLAS," and many other makes.
This is the Fall Season it is time to buy your Fall wears. Our store is an
exclusive place for Men's Furnishings and lvery trilns for AWn.
That's what you want when you have your residence painted,
papered or decorated. I carry a full line of Wall Papers and
will submit samples to you at your home.
Painting, Papering and Decorating.
I guarantee all my work to be first-class,
nished free. County and city work solicited.
Phone No. 6S5
(t'ouuty mid I'ily I oiinwiloiu)
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Just Received a Car of
Seed Rye and Barley
Get our prices. We handle the best quality of field seeds
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, YY. Main St.
D. B. McKINIMEY
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M DAY PHONE 76
Mr. Harris Has Narrow Escape:
Mr. Robert Harris and wife
had a narrow escape on Sunday
afternoon while out driving; the
horse became frightened, began
kicking and fell in the shafts.
Mr. Harris sprang from the
vehicle and in so doing sustained
a sprained ankle and badly
He succeeded in catching the
reins but not before the fright
ened animal had demolished the
dash board. Mrs. Harris kept her
place in the buggy and was un
The old homestead of J. W.
Stivers located at Kingston, Ky., 8
miles from Richmond on the Big
Hill pike, is offered for sale. The
place contains 7 acres of the finest
productive land, some fruit, and
is high and dry, well watered and
i the most choice home place in
I the little village. The house is a
good substantial two-story frame
' building of 6 rooms and hall and
! two porches, with fine cellar un
der main building; also good
store house, barn, chicken and
! carriage houses and all necessary
outbuildings. The neighborhood is
of the best, accessable to good
j schools, churches, store and post
office. For terms apply to
I J. B. Stouffer,
j 35-tf Richmond, Ky.
I We keep on hand always the best gro
j ceries that money can buy and sell them
'. as cheap as the cheapest. Phone 72 and
i 144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. ll tf
W. L. LEEDS.
-352 Woodland Ave.
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