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The Climax, Richmond, Ky., Wednesdaj , Oct. 31, 1917.
B. E. Belue
Cor. Main and Collins Sts.
SatmI nnrl Personal
T The Ceolian Club met with Miss
Laura Bright -Wednesday afternoon.
I Subject "American Composers."
I: Boll Call Amrican Opera Singers.
' Paper Chdwick Mrs. A. R. Bur
s' ; nam.
j, Waltz -Chadw-ick Mrs. Dean.
Jj. Sketch Harriett Ware Mrs. Paul
II Bnrnant. -.
"Song Joy of the Morning Harriett
j. Ware Mrs, H. M. B lan ton.
'..March E4 Capitan Sousa Mrs.
. Middelton. ,
h' Barcolle Nevin Miss Emma Watts.
l Current Events Mrs. Neale Bennett
E " The guests, of the club were Mrs.
Mr. Shirley West, of Camp Taylor,
and Mr. Kenney West, of the Phoenix
Garage, Lexington, spent the week
end with their mother on Aspen avenue.
Mrs. James Embry, of Richmond,
after spending a few days the guest
of Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, has
gone to Dallas, Tex, where she will
spend the winter with her daughter,
Mrs. James Dunlap. Courier Journal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Oldham
moved Thursday from the house they
have been occupying on Maple street
to the new residence of Miss Georgia
Boston on French avenue. Winches
Mrs. Jennings Greenleaf, of Rich
mond and Mrs. Whistler Carr, of Chi
cago, have concluded a visit to Mr.
Frank Chinn and daughters and re-
tumel to their homes. Frankfort
Mrs. Laura Estill Francis, of Paris,
is stopping at the Gibson House in
Mrs. Drusie Bush and two children,
of Vaughn's Mill, are spending sever
al days with Mrs. Julia West.
Mrs. Mollie Chenault left Monday
for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jas.
Elmore, at Lancaster.
Dr. Earl Ellis, wife anl baby, have
returned from a pleasant stay with
relatives of the former at Covington.
Miss Martha Allen, who is attend
ing Sayre Institute, Lexington, spent
the week-end at home with her parents.
Mr. Robert Bruce and Mrs. Bruce,
of Stanford, Mrs. Dave Parrish, of
Paris, were here Monday for the fu
neral of Mrs. Martha Dozier.
Mrs. Claude Walton and daughter,
Miss Lucille, have returned from a
pleasant visit to relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Elkin, Jr., are
receiving congratulations over the ar
rival of a fine baby boy who has been
christened Robert Sylvester.
Mrs. A. R. Gibbs has returned from
Asheville, N. C, where she was called
by the serious illness of her mother,
Mrs. Sallie Rayburn. She left her
very much improved.
Mrs. J. B. Willis was down from
Crab Orchard for a short visit to her
sisters last week. Miss Emma DeJar
nette returned with her for a short
Mrs. T. S. Burnam, Mrs. R. LH.
Telford and sister, Mrs. Pearsall, of
Wilmington, N. C-, and Miss Rachel
Telford, of Richmond, made a motor
trip to Lexington this week. Lex
Mr. Richard Punch, of Mt Sterling,
was here this week for a visit to his
nephey, Mr. Punch, and charming
bride, formerly Miss Frances Wag
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Punch will go to
Mt Sterling in a few days for a vis
it to relatives and later will go to
Dayton, Ohio, where Mr. Punch has
accepted a position. Lexington Herald.
W. M. HAMILTON
J. R. ASBELL
We take pleasure in announcing through
these columns the change of members in
the East End
GROCERY & MEAT MARKET
formerly managed by Wells & McKinney.
The undersigned will continue carrying on
this thriving business, and cordially invite
the patronage of the good people of Rich
mond and Madison county. M. M. Hamilton
an expert cattle dealer, will buy the cattle
to be used in the Meat Market, and each
housekeeper can be assured that when or
dering their meats from us they will get
those Juicy and Highly Flavored Steaks,
Pork, Roasts, Etc
Asbell and Hamilton
L. and N. Depot. Phone 485
Mrs. T. J. Turley was over from
Lexington last week and attended the
Dr. Verner Million, of Louisville,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Richmond.
Bosley and Miss Jennie Parkes.
Mr. O. O. Gray was in Paris Tues
Mrs. G. G. Perry and daughter,
Mist Bettie, are in Danville this week.
Mr. Wm. tTagers was in Cincinnati
Mrs. Carl Grant and son, from
Saturday on business.
Mrs. J. R. White, of Irvine, has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gideon Taylor, near the city.
' Mr". C Shirley Wilson, of Akron,
Ohio, has been visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wilson.
Mrs. Alex Mellinger and daughter.
Miss Edith, are visiting in Covington
Winchester, are visiting relatives
Mrs. Thomas Davis, of Campbells
ville, visited. Mrs. S. D. Parrish this
Mr.'Emeraon Gwynne, of Nash
ville, is here mingling with numerous
friends and relatives.
, Miss Pauline Smith spent several
days last week with her friend, Mrs.
Ernest Watts, in Nicholasville.
His many friends are glad to know
that W. L. Crutcher, who has been
quite iH, is 'considerably improved.
Miss Lucille Adams, of Kirksville,
pent Saturday and Sunday with Miss
Nettie Kate Evans on the Summit
Mrs. T. T. Noland, of Long Branch,
California,' is here for an extended
visit to be parents, Mr. and Mrs. C
A. Taylor, jm Broadway.
Mrs. Mary Deane, of the Normal
School faculty, was the week-end
guest of her sister, Mrs. Sam Bark
ley at Nicholasville.
Herbert Newman and Powhatan
-Woolridge, ef Versailles were the
week-end guests of Richard Green on
West Main street
' Mrs; Janes Elmore, Miss Mary El
more and Master Neale Elmore, of
. Lancaster, attended the Fair Satur
day. . ,
, Mr. George Noland and Mrs. No
land are at home, after a ten days
star in Virginia with Mrs. Noland's
Mrs. R. E. Turley is in Cincinnati
this week where she will spend sever
al days with her daughter who is a
student at the College of Music
Miss Russell White, of Richmond,
will be the guest Friday of Mrs. S.
. W. Fife1 and will attend the Hal
lewe'em dance in this city. Win
' cheater Sun.
Mrs. T..J. Million accompanied by
her littae . niece, Rey Million Long,
left Monday for a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. 5. Douglas, in Bellflower,
Mr. and Mia. W. M. Hisle visited
their son, Vester, who is in Camp
Taylor, Louisville, last week. He is
getting along fine with his training,
and is going to make a splendid sol
dier for Uncle Sam,
Sell your TUR
KEYS when and
where you get
highest price, but
be sure you get a
12, I will receive
Turkeys at my
pens on Estill ave.
near Ice Plant.
Call and see me
or phone me, No.
"Buying and Dressing in Msonfor 8 straight Years"