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The Climax, Richmond, Ky Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1917.
Know You Are Right And
Then Go Ahead
Is an old adage that applies just
as well in your buying. There is
no question about the MANHAT
TAN SHIRT. There is no apol
ogy to make. THE FIT is there,
the QUALITY IS UNQUESTION
ED. We are also showing in our
cheaper shirts the celebrated WIL
SON BROTHERS and other brands
that will enable you to buy a shirt
from 75 cents up.
We are glad to show you.
RICE & ARNOLD
The One Price House
Social and Personal
Mrs. Dan H. Breck was hostess at
a beautiful dinner party Saturday.
The table was beautifully decorated
with cut glass and silver and the din
ner was served in seven courses Those
who enjoyed the hospitality of the
charming hostess were: Mrs. R. L.
Telford, of Richmond, and sister,
Mrs. Pearsall, of Wilmington, N. C,
the guests of honor, and Medames
Neale Bennett, C. S. Holton, W. H.
Grider, Waller Bennett, Harry M.
Blanton, C D. Pattie, E. T. Burnam,
Lewis Neale and R. C. Stockton.
Mrs. R. C Boggs entertained at the
Colyer Flats, Friday afternoon, with
six tables of Bridge, in honor of Mrs.
Sydney Taylor, of Savannah, Ga., and
Miss Gertrude Smoot, of Paris, the
guest of Mrs. Wm. Howard. The
rooms were artistically decorated
with Hallowe'en emblems, and a de
licious salad course was served. The
prize for the highest score was won
by Miss Mollie Fife. Each of the
guests were presented with a box of
Mrs Boggs guests were: Mrs. W. H.
Grider, Mrs. Julian Tyng, Mrs. S. M.
Saufley, Miss Sara Wagers, Mrs. S.
Oldham, Misses Elizabeth and Mar
garet Wilmore, Miss Mary Louise
Deatherage, Miss Mary Allen Death
erage, Mrs. Selby Wiggins, Mrs. G.
G. Perry, Mrs. Charles Jett, Miss
Mary Q. Covington, Miss Duncan
Foster, Mrs. Murison Dunn, Misses
Mary and Margaret Miller, Mrs. A.
R. Denny, Mrs. Murray Smith, Mrs.
Allen Zaring, Mrs. Hood Gordon, Miss
Mollie Fife, Mrs. D. L. Cobb, Mrs.
Henry Cosby, Mrs. Jack Wagers,
Mrs. Joe Park, Mrs. Harold Old
ham, Mrs. W. P. Millard, Mrs. Mc
Gaughey, Miss Russell White, Miss
Margaret Parrish, Mrs. Sydney Tur
ner, Mrs. Gertrude Smoot, Mrs. Hale
The Sherwood Club was entertain
ed on Monday afternoon by Miss
Marie Louise Deatherage. The pro-
IF A IR Ml
Mid Tl 7 &
I will sell at Public Auction to the highest and
best bidder my Home place on
Wednesday, Hoy. 14,1917
beginning at 10 o'clock, my Farm which contains 150
acres of land; one and one-half miles north
of Richmond on Dirt Lane. There is a passway to this
place through Mrs. Thos. Phelp's farm, two miles from
Richmond on Otto Creek Pike.
This farm is nicely improved with house, barn and
all necessary outbuildings, good orchard and vineyard.
This is limestone land and will raise tobacco, hemp
or any kind of grain. This farm is well watered,
having two never failing Springs and adjoining the
farms of Mrs. Thos. Phelps and Geo. W. Phelps and
is across the lane from E. P. and J. A. McCord's farm.
Possession given Jan. 1st, 1918.
Terms made known on day of sale.
Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer.
Mr. Customer and Ap
preciative Buyer meet
our "Best Seller" The
Don't you notice the
newness of this popu
Don't you see them
on the streets?
They are a go and
we have them.
In our store you will
find many different
patterns to select from,
many good cloths to
select from, and the
same good tailoring in
all of them.
Come in and look
them over. Make your
selection here and be
assured of getting just
what you want.
ft. C.H.Covington Co.
RICHMOND, : : KENTUCKY
117 STMOUSC I
was 'a miscellaneous one as follows.
Current Events Miss Zelia Rice.
Austrian Song Elmer Kathryn Dou
glas. Facts About Sherwood Mrs. Vemer
Solo To Spring Miree McDoJle.
Poem When Dreams Come True--
Mary Allen Deatherage.
Mrs. C E. Douglas was guest of
the club. At the conclusion of the
program a delicious salad course was
Mrs. Murison Dunn is visiting rela
tives in Nebraska.
Mrs. R. B. Terrill was in Cincin
nati several days this weeic on a vltit
Mrs. Rodes Shackelford was in
Cincinnati Thursday and Friday of
Mrs. Roger Burlingame, of Chicago,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Hugh White, at Ellendale Farm.
Tom McCown left Monday for
Camp Zachery Taylor to enlist in the
Miss Thelma Baker has just return
ed to Burksville after a visit to Mrs.
Mr. Frank Jennings, of Jackson
ville, Fla., is the guest of his sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. W. Caperton here.
Miss Ella May Saunders, of Stan
ford, has been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Bland Ballard, on Broadway, for
Mr. Walter Traynor and Mrs. Tray
nor, of Lexington, and Miss Ella Mae
Saunders, of Stanford, are with Mrs.
Bland Ballard on Broadway.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Towe and baby
daughter, of Knoxville, are guests of
her uncle, Judge J. A. Sullivan. Mr.
Towe is city editor of the Knoxville
Sentinel and one of the best known
newspapermen in East Tennessee.
Mrs. Harry B. Hanger returned
home Sunday, after spending a week
with CoL Hanger at the Seelbach in
Louisville. Mrs. Hanger will leave
this week for a two weeks ' stay at
at French lick.
Invitations are out for the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Dorothy
Duncan, of Nicholasville, to Mr. Tor-
ler iana, 01 lexington, on Novem
ber 8th. Miss Duncan is well known
here being a frequent visitor of Miss
Mr. B. B. Million and Mrs. Million
and daughter. Miss Hattie Lee Mil
lion and Mrs. Cecil Thorpe, and son,
all cf Lexington, returned home Mon
day after a week's visit with rela
tives here. This delightful family are
always cordially welcomed back to
their home where they number their
friends by their acquaintances.
Mrs. James Bennett and Miss Lau
ra Clay are in Louisville this week to
attend a board meeting of the Ken
tucky Equal Rights Association to be
held at the Seelbach.
Mrs. Mollie Chenault returned Sat
urday from a pleasant visit to her
granddaughter, Mrs. Dualap Blanton.
See D. H. Breck for
ALHAMBRA I Opera-House
Open 2 to 530 p. m. Open 7 to 1:30 p. m.
Matinee 5 and 10c Night 5, 10 and 15c
ORCHESTRA PUTS BOTH KATIKEE O KZI . 1
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE COUNT
The funniest Chaplin comedy of them all.
CHAS. RAY AuKiXT"THL CLODHOPPER
in a breezy comedy of Broadway and Bumpkinville.
comedy "THEIR WEAK MOMENT S."
SESSUE HAYAKAWA and an all star cast including Tom Forman, If a
bel Van Buren and Tom Moore in
THE. JAGUAR'S CLAWS'
a smashing, fighting story of the border. Here is a story that does not
even pause for a breath, but is one continuous "punch" after another. Also
a Bray Pictograph and a Victor Moor e comedy.
LARL WILLIAMS in "THE. LOVE. DOCTOR"?
supported by CORINE FRIFFITH ' i
A .1 - 1 .1 1 , 1 J m . 1 11 1 A . " ' 5
n. ueciueuiy unusual story oi a iamou s surgeon wno moiuea me aesunies ox
two women. A gripping love story w ith a brand new twist. Alse a Bi? V
comedy "RISKS AND ROUGH NEC KS." ;
WHEN IN NEED
of COMFORTS and BLANKETS
call to see us, as we now have a
full supply on hand, bought before
the advance. Also an up-to-date
line of Ladies' and Misses Scarf
and CapSets and Sweaters. Yarns
in all the leading shades for Sweat
ers and Scarfs.
Muncing Underwear for Ladies and
Children in medium and heavy weight
Call to see us. Our Rest Room at
your disposal. You are welcome ..
whether you buy or not.