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Tell us the news. We appreciate it and
its our pleasure . to serve you. Phone
638, 659 or 791, or write us. ' Sigh your
name to all news items.
Telephone your local news to
791. J. L. Sowers, Local Editor
Never too
busy ' to listen
item. Call us.
to a news
The Montgomery County
is on in full blast this week.
Fair
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If your paper is not coming to
you please notify the Madisonian.
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Remember the concert at the
First Christian Church, Tuesday,
the 16th. Price only 25 cents.
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Douglas & Simmons had free
ice water on tap for the the show
day crowd with free sanitary
drinking cups. . .
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Hugh Todd of Speedwell ran
his motorcycle against a telephone
pole on Main Street yesterday
1 and was bruised considerable by
the impact , :
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T. S. Perkins, turnkey at the
jail, went to High Bridge, Sunday
in quest of a negro prisoner who
escaped from the work gang. He
failed to get his man.
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John R. Gibson Has two of the
celebrated McKee Brothers Duroc
Jersey Boar pigs now ready for
service which he wishes to sell.
They w;re pigged March 7- Phone
him 601 for price. 36-2t
Auspicious Opening
The Normal has been been busy
for sometime "getting its house
in order." The members of -the
faculty have come in from their
home going vacation, and every
thing is is readiness to welcome
the students who have indicated
that they .will attend this year.
The number of applicants is
largely in excess of any previous
year and the prospect for a pros
perous session from all stand
points, is a fine one.
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Stock Water Scarce
Farmers throughout the.c6unty
are complaining of a scaijpity . of
stock water. In some parf of
the county cattle are being driven
considerable distance to watet.J
Some are hauling water quite a
distance. While other counties
in the state have, suffered more
from the drouth than Madison
up to this time, the drouth on us
now is alarming, and many cattle
raisers are looking for buyersf
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Serious Accident
Little William Simmons-the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sim
mons, had a very narrow escape
on Friday night; while taking
milk thro' a glass tube the child
crushed the tube and swallowed
part of the glass.
Dr. Jasper was telephoned for
and did everything in his "power
to relieve him. The little fellow
rallied and the many friends of
the familyr earnestly hope there
will be no serious results.
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Delegates Named
The following members of Mad
ison Lodge No. 14. I. O.' O. F.
were selected as delegates
tend the meeting of the
Lodge which convenes at
cah on the 14 of October:
to at
Grand Padu
C. C.
Wallace, A. J. Suit, B. Juett, W.
J- Stewart, Lewis Powell and
Walter Wilburn.
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Board Meet
The Madison Educational
Board met last Saturday. Their
time was mostly taken up with
routine work An u a 3a
l4 MIC II1L1 UUOIU I
was reelected with the exception
S. Batkin; wtKv '
for.recUon. Fayette
vaughn was elected to succeed !
ENTERPRISES
The J. W.n Zaring Grain
Mill Co.
&
The citizens of almost every
town, and of the County also do
not generally " give proper en
couragement and praise to the
commercial enterprises, located in
their town. Right here in Rich
mond is an enterprise the magni
tude of which probably half of
the citizens of the town and coun
ty are not aware..
We, refer to the J. W. Zaring
Grain & Mill Co., one of the big
gest and strongest commercial
enterprises in the county. The
daily output of this company is
two hundred and fifty barrels of
flour a day, besides hundreds of
bushels of meal. The product of
this mill is classed as Al, and is
shipped to hundreds of points in
Kentucky, most of it however,
going to the eastern section of the
state. Within the last few days
they received orders for seven
carloads of flour, meal and ship
stuff from as many firms.
The company employs about
twenty men, operating a day and
night shift The men employed
get paid every Saturday evening
and most of the money is spent
with home merchants. Thus you
see that business is largely, or
should be, co-operative, therefore
it is the duty of each citizen to
lend encouragement to every en
terprise tending to upbuild
town newspapers included.
the
The Dixie Minstrels
The "hit" of the season was the
Dixie Serenader Minstrels seen
and heard at the Opera House
Wednesday and repeated by re
quest on Thursday evening.
With an all-starcast and such
soloists as Keller, Nelson, Bax
ter, Green, Elderi Adams, Hicks,
cowman and Wiggins, it was ai
notable entertainment for Rich
mond opera goers. .
Indeed the stage sitting, cos
tumes and acting generally would
have done credit to AI G. Fields
and his knights of color. Mr.
George presided most gracefully
as "middle man" while Messrs.
Green and Nelson distinquished
themselves as end men by their
ready wit and laughable antics.
Mr. Wm. Elder was one of the
starriest "stars," his dancing and
singing being characterized by
the ease of an old stager, in fact
the entire performance was par
excellence and Richmond is to be
congratulated on having such a
number of talented young men.
The entertainment closed with
three excellent pictures making
an evening of pure enjoyment.
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Sudden Illness
Mrs. Million, wife of W. J. Mil
lion, merchant at Hockaday, was
here Friday shopping. She left
the store in charge of. her 17-year
old daughter and when "she ar
rived here a telephone message
informing her that the young
woman in charge of the store had
become suddenly ill and had to be
carried to the home of her parents.
The message did not state the
nature of the illness. '
New Firm
Mr. Harris Park has bought
the interest of Mr. D. H. Thorpe
in the grocery of The jCovington
Thorpe Co. and is now a full
fledged member of that weires
tablished business.
; Mr. Park is one of the, active,
energetic members ot the young
K.,c;e man kSc 'oSK. a ui
Luoinvoo uiK,u ui Lino aim ilia
. -ia ..a t
many u iciius mc yi uuu ui uib
preferment .
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Honorable Distinction
Abe Renick of Clark county,
one of the pioneer Shorthorn
cattle breeders of Kentucky has
heen selected as a Judge for the
big cattle show at Toronto, Can-
ada.
With his
selection came
ictinrtinn fnr Mr. Renick of
being . the first Amerton ever
chosen to judge a Canadian cattle
Church Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Roy White will
entertain the teachers of the Chris
tian Church to-night
Rev. Don Q. Smith, Baptist
minister, of Lexington will begin
a serious of meetings at Newby
the 29 inst
A protracted meeting ; is in
progress at the school house at
Silver Creek and is being con
ducted by Rev. Norris and Rev.
Green. ' .:
A protracted meeting will be
held at the Christian church,
Union City, beginning the 15 inst
Eld. W. If Peel of Nicholasville
will assist the regular pastor in
the work.
Rev. G. R. Combs and wife and
baby of Bloomfield are visiting
relatives and friends in the city.
Mr. Combs preached at the Meth
odist Church on Sunday evening.
He has finished his years work
at tJloomheld with all reports in
full and has two weeks for a va
cation before Conference. This
speaks well for him and his
Church.
The Conference meets at Som
erset next week.
Mrs. E. B. Barnes entertained
the C. VV. B. M. on Wednesday
at which time the election of
officers took place and the follow
ing ladies were chosen: President,
Mrs. Dave Meyers, vice president,
Mrs. E. B. Barnes, secretary, Mrs.
J. R. Pates and treasurer, Mrs. E.
C. Wines. After the business
meeting the members of the socie
ty were invited to the dining room
to enjoy a social hour and refresh
ing ices. . -
The folks at the Methodist
Church had a good day on Sun
day. The membership was re
quested to remain for a few min
utes after the benediction. The
pastor stated that nearly V $1000
remained to be provided for on
account of the building of the
Sunday School addition. He
stated that he would like . to see
this provided for before he closed
his pastorate. In a few minutes
about $700 was subscribed for
this purpose.
The Circle held its last meeting
for the year with Mrs. Jas. Neale
on Thursday afternoon. Two
very interesting talks were given
i by Drs. E. B
Barnes and C. K.
Marshall on The Job of Preach- .m at the Model School reahed Richmond
ing The Gospel" and "The Uplift Thursday.
Of Religion." The election Of ... Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Deatherage are at
Officers took place and Mrs. Cobb Olympia attending the Reunion of Mor-
was chosen President, Mrs. Jas. gan'sMen.
Neale, Vice president, MiSS Tillie! Mr. R. R Burnam and daughter Miss
Douglas, Secretary and MiSS Lizzie ' Eliabeth, have returned from Colorado
.TM . T. , and Nevada.
Wilmore. treasurer. It was.de ... .. .
cided to give a concert for the
benefit of the Society.
At the business and social meet
ing at the Methodist Church Fn-! State College
day evening,- encouraging re- j Miss 'Norma Guinchigiiani will leave
ports were heard from the several i this week for Cincinnati to enter the Col
departments of the Church. The i lee of Music
League, Sunday School, Mission-1 Co1 and Mrs- Pleas Broaddus have as
ary Societies and tne Journal ir guests, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Bush
i . , , . i Qf Oklahoma.
work were reported by the in- -M , n . . . .
,. Mr. Rodney Dubin has returned to his
spechon representatives. home ln Loune after a visit to Mr.
Mr. C. C. Wallace made a short Harold Oldham,
address, giving a very interesting 1 . Mrs. M. A. Smoot has returned to her
account of the history of the ' home in Maysville, after a visit to Dr. and
Church here giving names . and j Mrs- Chas- Smoot
time of service of the several pas
tors since 1843, also giving names
of many of those who were iden
tified with the work of the Church
in its early history.
Dr. Crabbe spoke of the Church
of the future stressing some fea
tures of the Work that Should be
! more faithfully and f ullv Drovided
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for. and giving a honeful vision
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of the future.
A most enjoyable social hour
was then spent with refreshments
served by the ladies of the Church.
New Motor Truck Soon
; Douglas &
Simmons the Up
tO-date hardware firm contemplate
buying a motor truck for delivery
Dumoses. Thev have the matter
in, conderation fce a
; motor truck, would cut delivery
Personal
Phone 638 or 791 for all personal items
Mrs. K. O. Lackey is visiting in Missis
sippi ' -
Mr. Wm. Burnam spent. Thursday in
Lexington. ' j
Mrs. Sallie Cornelison is at home from
Kansas City. '
Miss Madge Hart has returned from
Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Cy Fox is quite sick at her home
on the summit
Mrs. T. S. Todd is at home after a trip
to Estill Springs
Mrs. Mary D. Jones left this week for a
visit to Louisville. "
Miss Josephine Chenault is visiting
friends in Lancaster. ,
Miss Lillian Cobb has been the- guest of
friends in Cincinnati."
Judge J. J.' Greenleaf was in Irvine the
past week on business. ' -
Mr. A bner Oldham has returned from a
months visit to Carlisle. '.. .'
Mrs. Mary Sullivan and Miss Kathleen
have been in Lexington.
Mrs. Z. T. Rice has as her guest Mrs.
J no. Donaldson of Ford.
Miss Margaret Holland of Cincinnati is
the guest of Mrs. E. V. Elder. '
Prof. I. H. Booth has gone to Valparaiso
Ind. to be absent till Christmas.
Mrs. Laura Blanton has returned home
from a short visit to Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Arnold have been in
Lancaster visiting Mrs. Johnson. '
Miss. Judith Tudor of Irvine has been
the, guest of Mrs. Neale Bennett
Editor T. H. . Pickels made a business
trip to Louisville, first of the week.
Mr. Gaines Jasper has had as his guest
Mr. Geo. Troutman of Nicholasville.
Mrs. Frost of Lexington is with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. D. Simmons on Oak street
Mr. Chasl Vaught will leave in a few
days for Danville to enter Center College.
Miss Mirie McDougle left for Louisville
on Wednesday to teach the coming year.
Attorney N. L. Bronaugh, of Nicholas
ville, "was a visitor in our city Wednesday.
Mrs. T. J. Taylor is in the city and is
being gladly welcomed by her many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Roark, of Irvine,
spent Sunday with relatives at Valley View.
Mrs. Eugene Land has returned from
Fayette county where she visited relatives.
Mr. Geo. Burnam has been the guest of
his parents, Judge and Mrs. A. R. Burnam.
Prof, and Mrs. Grinstead have returned
from Wisconsin where they spent the sum
mer. Judge G. E. Lilly has returned from
Irvine where he had gone on legal busi
ness. Mr. Gaines Jasper will leave this week
for Custer Springs, Va. where he will enter
school.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Parrish of Beatty-
j ville are the proud parents of a little son,
j H- u- Jr- , '
' Lelia E- Pa"dge is back home
:m trip to iMew York, Philadelphia, and
s ... ... . . . k ' '
I i'liii 1'iduue vjiumhi lias returned to
j Richmond after spending a month in Ox
... n. j : i i i i
ford, Ohio.
Miss Kathleen Sullivan will leave on the
15th for Lexington where she will reenter
!"v Mr. 5 Cecil Traynor of Lexington has
been the guest of his sisters Misses Willie
; and Mary Traymor.
! ' Stanton Hume and Curtis Corzelius are
In Winchester, the guests of Mrs. R. H.
Wenn, who is an aunt of Master Stanton.
Mrs.- Walter Stewart and little daughter
have returned to their home at Taliega
after a visit to Hon. and Mrs. C.L. Searcy.
T Miss Catharine Horan, of Lebanon, will
arrive this week and will take position as j
. trimmer for Miss K. V. Schmidt
milliner.
: Messrs. Henry, Marion and Dick Knight
who have spent the summer with Mrs.
Watts, leave this week fpr Dallas, Texas.
j . W. JJ Newsom, State Manager of the
Modern Brotherhood of Xmerica has gone
; to Hariodsburg in the interest of thesocie-
Miss Madrue Farris returned to her home
at SiM Creek on Saturday and was ao
compaed by Miss Ellen Miller for a short
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her holie in Sa Antonio, Texas nat
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Telephone all social news to 638. .
Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor
Miss Evelyn Van Meter of Lexington
and Mr. Baylor Landrum of. Louisville are
members of Mr. Arnold Hanger's house
party.
Miss Sarah Quisenberry gave an inform
al tea on Sunday afternoon from three to
five in honor of her guest Miss Lake of
North Carolina.
Miss Jamie Caperton entertained on
Thursday evening in honor of Miss Lake
of North Carolina who is the guest of Miss
Sarah Quisenberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Arnold entertained
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Arnold of
DeLand Florida on last Thursday evening.
The affair was in keeping with their lavish
entertaining and was greatly enjoyed. It
was in the order of a reunion of the Arnold
families.
Mrs. Eugene Moynahan has returned to
her home at Nicholasville after a pleasant
visit to her son William Moynaham and
family.
Mr. Welsh of Berea has been in the city
at the bedside of his daughter who recent
ly underwent an operation at the Gibson
Hospital. . - '
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham and son
Harold, motored to Carlisle Sunday and
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Oldham.
Mr. William Harber left this morning
for a few weeks sojourn at Swango Springs
where he hopes to find the Fountain of
Youth.
Prof. R. C. Stott head of the Depart
ment of English of E. K. S. N. has re
turned to Richmond and resumed his work
in the school.
Mrs. Olivia Booker left for Frankfort
Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs Bur
lingame, after spending several weeks with
Mrs. Ellen Gibson.
Mrs. Wm. Watts and daughter, Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. Edwards have returned to
their home in Lexington after a visit to
Mrs. Harry Blanton, 1
Mrs. C. R. Shaw and children, of Nich
olasville, have returned home after a pleas
ant vsit to the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Reed near Valley View.
lr. and Mrs. E. P. Moberly of Lexing
ton stopped on their way home from French
Lick Springs and spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham.
Mrs. G. W. Hutchison and little daugh
ter, Lucille, of Quicksand, are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bur
gess, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Taylor.
S. Q. Million who has been confined to
his room for several weeks with typhoid
fever, we are pleased to announce is able
to resume his duties as bookkeeper with
the Capital Lumber Co., Frankfort
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We Still Have Many Bargains
Our Sale is over, but there are
Great Bargains for you yet, in
Low Shoes, Straw Hats, Shirts
Don't overlook that 25 and 50c Counter of
broken lots consisting of Ladies Slippers
and Shoes. : Our Fall shoes and furnishings
are coming in every day now, so we will be
able to supply your early needs in the NEW
fall footwear. Come and see us before buying
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" Something Different---
That's what you want when you have your residence painted, pa
pered or decorated. When you employ me to do your work, you
will get just what you want, as I use nothing but the very best
White Lead, Linseed Oil and pure Tinting Colors, and mix
all colors for you right cn the job; so you can see exactly what
you are getting for your money. I also carry a full line of Wall
Papers and, will submit samples to you at your.home. I guaran
tee all my work to be! first-class. ; Estimates furnished free of
charge. - Prices on all work reasonable.
Phone No. 685 ii
(County and Citj Connection j
Miss Johnie Azbill entertained on Friday
evening from eight till one o'clock a num
ber of young friends. . Dancing was the
order of the evening and at eleven o'clock
delightful refreshments were served.
The members" of the Swimming Club'
had a most enjoyable afternoon at Ford on
Friday. After bathing a picnic lunch was
served and the party returned to Richmond
in the early twilight hours.
About thirty-five couples of the belles
and beaux of Madison county gathered at
Mallory Springs last Wednesday and spent
the day very pleasantly in dancing and
feasting. The music was furnished by the
Richmond String Band. The moving
spirits on this day were Dr.Akin, Joel Park
and B. Broaddus.
An automobile from this city carried out
some young ladies and gentlemen who
added much to the pleasure of the occasion.
''Life, Hope and Poesy went a maying
when I was young."
Mrs. Cornelison. sister-in law of Mrs. B.
S. Banks, who has spent the past two
years in Panama has come to Richmond
to make her home and has taken the
cottage on West Main recently vacated by
Mr. W. W. Burnside.
Mrs. Mattie McKee, of High Bridge, Ky.
passed through here Sunday over the L. &
A. Division of the L. & N. enroute home
from Miller's Creek where she visited
friends. Mrs. McKee is a sister of J. R.
Dorman, Democratic candidate for Repre
sentative from Jessamine county. .
Miss Justine Bryson, of Valley View,
attended the show last Saturday. She in
formed a reporter for the Madisonian that
the family had received word that her
brother, D. G. Bryson who holds a remum
erative position with a Helena, Ark. lum
ber company was dangerously ill. Mr.
.Bryson has many friends here and at
Valley View who hope for his speedy re
covery. oo
Seriously Burned
Miss Elizabeth Hume, daughter
of Mrs. S. B. Hume of this city,
was very badly burned last week
with hot candy. Some of the
young ladies had collected at the
residence of Mr. Waller Bennett
and had made candy. Little Miss
Elizabeth was so unfortunate as
to tilt her plate, allowing the hot
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nanas, Durning Doin very pamiuny.
The left member was the greater
sufferer. No serious , conse
quences are anticipated and she
is now getting along splendidly.
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Red Cedar Shingles.
Co. Phone 425.
Blanton Lumber
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