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ot l he for! hist Sta Cn oa' t c t .i Tell us the news. We. appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. 12,000 Programs Off the! Madisonian Job Presses. The Telephone your local news to 791 J. L. Sowers, Local Editor Never too busy to listen item. Call us. to a news Corn cutting is in many sections. progress in -oo- Try our job printing department for particular printing. -oo- If your paper is not coming . to you please notify the Madisonian. Madisonian ' job printing department, which is second to none, has printed 12,000 programs for Richmond's two popular play houses, the Opera House and the Alhambra. The programs carry the advertisements of a number of Richmond's most up-to-date business firms and the neat ty pographical effect of the programs is being praised by the advertisers and the public Advertising has a two-fold pur pose, first to attract attention, , . . . ... second to. convince tne prospec tive purchaser. Advertising is a selling force which creates and directs demand. The firms ad Mrs. Howard Neale entertained with a VPrtisind nn the nrntframs turned tea on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. out, recognize the fact that the public is sensitive that is, it goes . a 1 a I I wnere It IS invited and Stays only Miss Helen Bennett entertained two Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Miss Jamie Caperton entertained a few friends very delightfully at. Blair Park on Thursday evening. " -oo- Contractors are erecting a dwell ing for Mrs.' Ellis on North 2nd Street Frank Jennings and Mrs. Jno. Washington City. Gibson of the Glyndon purchased an oo- Ed. Cornelison, Hotel barber, has automobile. OO f The eight room dwelling of Ben Hurst on Broadway is near ing completion. OO The Baptist protracted meeting at Forest Hill closed last week with 17 additions. where it is well treated. The firms advertising on the program will treat you well. The Madisonian Job printing department is prepared to do any and all kinds of printing. Let us tables at Bridge on Monday afternoon. The affair was informal but thoroughly en joyed as her entertainments always are. Mr. and Mrs. Roy White entertained the teachers of the Christian Church on last Tuesday evening and the meeting proved j figure With yOU On that next job one of the most interesting of the year. if you want high Class Stationery. , A very tine talk was given oy inrs. Isimmons, a gooa anenadnte wu un uauu and at the conclusion of the program the guests were regaled with peach cream and black and angels-food cakes. -oo- Mr. Wides let the contract for building a husiness house on EastH Main street to V. W, Hardin. The cool weather is delightful to the little ones attending school. They feel more like studying. -oo- Cool Nights "Greening . Tobacco V. W. Hardin, living near Red House, says the cool weather of the last few days has "greened" his growing tobacco as much as a good rain would. Before the cool nights his tobacco was firing in the field, now he believes that Miss Marian Keene entertained at six o'clock dinner on Wednesday - evening in honor of Miss Elizabeth Malloyl Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cornelison of Jack sonville Florida who have been the guests of Mrs. Lizzie Cornelison, were tendered a beautiful reception on Thursday afternoon. Miss Jane D. Stockton entertained the Young Ladies Bridge Club on Tuesday afternoon most charmingly. The trophy was won by Miss Mollie Fife who played for Miss Catherine White. . . iting her sister Mrs. Wm. Sebastian. 1... Misses Mamie and Jennie Dickerson of Richmond are guests of Miss Minnie Brown -Harold B. Ray, teacher in the High School in Richmond has been visit ing Mrs. W. T. West Lancaster . Recbrc Miss Hazel Breeding has returned to Richmond and will make her home with Miss Lucy Brandenburg, while attending school at Madison Institute. Drs. Bosley and Zinke who attended the State Medical Association at Bowling Green, have returned to this city.' About 400 physicians and surgeons" were present Mrs. Walkers Hisle and Mrs. Jno. Don aldson left on Monday for Shelbyville where they will make their home. Miss Zelia Rice will stay with them and attend school. - Miss Grace Lillv was a passing guest of Miss Elizabeth Stears, Monday, enroute to her new home in Nashville, Tenn. Jessa mine News. v Editor and attorney G. E. Lilly, of this city, is an uncle of Miss Grace Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Watts have returned to Nicholasville after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. McCuddy of Clays Ferry. Mr. Watts is connected with the Citizens Bank of Nicholasville as bookkeeper. City Attorney, Dan Chenault of Rich mond, was in this city Monday enroute to , his home from Montgomery county. Mr. Chenault was elected at the last primary by a big majority, defeated one of the most popular young attorneys in the coun ty, Murray Smith. Mr. Walker Hamp ton, teller at the Winchester Bank, is tak ing a rest this week from his duties and will spend most of it at his old home in Madison county. Winchester Democrat -oo- Pipe Organ Installed The new $4000 pipe organ bought by the Christian church is being installed. The organ is from Hook & Haskings of Chica go. An expert from the factory is installing the instrument A large electric motor will be used to operate the organ. oo Red Cedar Shingles. Blanton Lumber Co. Phone 425. 16-tf Misses Ellen Miller and Madrue Farris, joined a party of friends at Silver . Creek last Monday and motored to High Bridge and took in all of the surrounding towns. Returning by way of Lexington the parry reached Silver Creek about eleven o'clock having spent a most delightful day. Messrs. William Collins and Merritt Powell gave a dance at the Rink, Friday evening which was in the narture of a "farewell'' as many of the - young people leave the city this week for their schools in different points. . A large number of out of town guests were present and with good music, good -oo- Remember the concert at the First Christian Church, Tuesday, the 16th. Price only 25 cents. if the Weather remains COOl his company, and good things to eat tne nours tobacco will be as good or better Psed ail too quickly. than it would be if there should fall heavy rains which would wash off the gum which makes pounds for the tobacco grower. KIGMMOND T EE &JDAY' OTT II II m 19 II JUL O BENTON-BATTAILLE The announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Sarah Goodloe Benton, daughter of Judge and Mrs. J. M. Benton, of Winchester, to Mr. Willi Eattaille, of Clark County, was made at a social func tion given at the Judge's home in Win chester, in honor of Miss Bonnie Gibbens. The briderto-be is popular with a large circle of friends throughout the central part of the state and the ""announcement came as a surprise to the legion of friends of the family. The wedding wil 1 be solemn jzjed next month. -oo- Real Estate Agent J. R. Ferriel sold for Mrs. Anderson Chenault 291 acres of land at $35 an acre- -OO- W. C. Bennett sold 81 head of export cattle that averaged 1413 pounds at 7 cents to Simon Weil. -oo- Mr. Eugene Land has complet ed additional improvments to his property adjoining the govern ment building. Farmers' Union Meetings Personal Phone 638 or 791 for all personal items Prof. Pullins has been in Clay County on business. f Prof. G. B. Smith is back from a trip to the mountains. Mrs. Howard Neale left on Thursday for Martinsville, Indiana. j Mrs. C. T. Grinstead of Irvine visited friends here last week. ! Mr. and Mrs. Dan Breck are at home Wm. M. Martin, A. M. address ed the citizens at the courthouse last Saturday afternoon t in the interest of the Farmers' Union. There are at present 28 lodges of the Union in the county, the latest, which was added, being or ganized With ten members at after a visit to Maysville. White Hall last Week. Some Of j Mr. John Boothe is teaching in Camp- the most prominent farmers 4 ton, as Assistant Principal. , of that Section are enrolled aS' Mr. Brown Lee Yates has returned from members. The work is making cnanestown, west Virginia. Miss Anna Moore teacher of Expression is again at Madison Institute. Mrs. S. G. Zinke left this week for her home in Leavenworth, Kansas. rrmAnrman. the West Main: Mrs. Robt West of Irvine spent several Sh-PPt nrrdiice; dealer savs the days in the city the past week. Jupiter Pluvius, the god of rain i Drjce 0f chicken's is stationary j Mr-and Mrs.-R. L. Gentry have -gone to has at last shed copius showers, with a dovvnwird tendency which ; Lexinston to make their'home. relieving the drought and refresh- tfpnpraliv rulcc at this season Of ! Mrs Newton Combs left last week for inrf thp hnrr? Hrv cJrnnnH ! T J , . New York to join her husband. thf vpar mp s2v.s a mosi one- UIV J WV. r J third ot the eggs offered for sale now are unfit for use. -oo- Mr. William Moynahan is the gwner of a freak-colored 4-weeks od colt The colt is snow white with brown ears. -oo- great head-way in the county. -oo- Chickens and Eggs -OO- Wilson Bogie, of near Irvine, was here Friday with a '.wagon load of the biggest watermelons seen in town this season. as -oo- The Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville this -week, is attended by big crowds. Many Richmond ites are taking in the Fair. . Alterations a speciality. I am located on Second St near City School. I am prepared to do all kinds of sewing and alterations. 37-4t Mrs. Hallie Mansfield. -oo- Frank. Benton of the Siloam locality brought his 4-year- old daughter who is afflicted w jth an internal abscess, to the Gibson Hospital last week to be treated. -oo- -oo- Sells at Profit Prof. Koch has resumed his work Director of Music at E. K. S. N. S. Miss Josephine Chenault has returned from a visit to friends in Lancaster. Miss Threlkeid of Nicholasville has been the guest of Miss Anna Mae Walker. Master James Farley, son of Mr. and Ben F. Hurst who bought the Old Li. oi IN. ireigiii Mdiiuii Mrs. Jno. Farley, is quite sick, with fever. which he paid $200, has disposed Mrs John Gibson o Washington City, Of it at a profit Of $175. Elmer ; is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Phelps. Deatherage purchasing most Of j Miss Margaret Scanlon has -returned the old lumber. -oo- We keeD on hand always the best gro ceries that money can buy and sell them as cheap as the cheapest. Phone 72 and 144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. 11-tf The Richmond Water & Light Co.'s office rooms on East Main Street are undergoing repairs. When completed the front will present a handsome appearance. -oo- John R. Gibson has two of the celebrated McKee Brothers Duroc Jersey Boar pigs now ready for service which he wishes to sell They were pigged March 7. Phone him 601 for nrice. 36-2t -OO- mJI?l V.,V Xrv, - Our Mrs. W.C Todd age about 38 years died suddenly at her .home iriWirxhester the 10 inst. She was before her marriage a Miss Hisle, daughter of Wesley Hisle.. She was an aunt of Mr. M. H. Wells of this city. :: ; Fall and Winter .- Line of Millinery -00- Our aim is to please everybody and we wifl be delighted if you will call on us when in need of anything in our line, i Coving ton, Thorpe & Co. ; ll tf & how on display. look! Call and K. V. Schmidt SECOND ST. from Virginia, where she spent the summer. Madame Piotrowski returned Saturday morning after spending the summer abroad. Mr. Logan Burnam is at Wentworth ; Millitavy College, Mo. for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rice are receiving con gratulations on the arrival Of a little daugh ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor leave' to-day for a visit to Richmond. Paris Demo crat -: Miss Mary Q. Covington will teach in the Louisville graded schools the coming year. " ' Mr. Cecil Simmons left yesterday for Jacksonville Florida to enter Stetson University. ed to Randolph-Macon to resume their studies. ' Mrs. Will Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Arnold left Sunday for Jacksonville, Florida. ' - Miss Allie of Chicago, will have charge of the Department of Music at Madison Institute. " Messrs. C. F. Chenault and Overton Evans have been in Louisiana on a busi ness trip. ' . Mrs. J. R. Culbertson and children have I returned to Richmond after a visit in 'Michigan. ! Miss Bessie Tribble'sVfriends will be glad to know of her improved condition at the Infirmary. Miss Livingston, who has spent the sunr in Massachusetts, has returned to UIU t. Richmond and resumed her work at Madi " son Institute. r Dr. McClymonds of Lexington came over Tuesday to see Mrs. Cy Fox who has been very ill. Mrs. Dan Chenault reached home Satur day night after a visit of several weeks ML Sterling. Mr. R. G. Engle has returned to Loui.e. ville after a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Whittington. Mrs. E. U. Vance ot Lexington nas re turned to her home after a visit to Mrs, Cliax. Higgins. Miss Florence Dix, of Lexington, has charge of the Primary Department at Mad ison Institute. Miss Hattie Frazer of Lexington visited friends in the city and attended the dance Friday evening. Mr. Joe Prewitt Chenault has returned to the University of Virginia to continue the study of law. Mr. Sim Hamilton of Estill was in the city one day last week enrollin; his son at the Model Schosl. Mr. Joel E. Arbuckle. son of Mr. M Arbuckle, has returned to Lewisburg, Va. to re-enter school. j ' Miss Van Greenleaf has charge of the classes in German during the absence of Madame Piotrowski. Miss Hampton of Bardstown has return ed to her home after, a visit to. Prof, and Mrs. J. P. Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Brutus Clay and Mr. Wm. Marstellar have' returned irom . Michigan where they spent the summer. Mrs. Tempie Taylor Cunningham, of In dependence, Kansas, is visiting her mother Mrs. Mary F. Taylor at Waco. Miss Nannie B. Myers has returned from a trip to the Great Lakes and entered the Normal Saturday morning. ' Messrs. Jno. White, Edwin Powell and Thompson Burnam leave this' week for Danville to enter Center College. Messrs. Tom McCowan, Howard Neale Thompson, William Collins and. Merritt Powell are back at State University. Eld. J. W. Prather, a former Richmond citizen, now of Fayette county visited his daughter, Mrs. S. F. Rock last Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell have returned from their summer vacation and are with Prof, and Mrs. Koch on Woodland Ave. . Miss Elsie Sowers, of Lexington has returned home after a pleasant isit to her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sowers. Miss Stella Hendren has been chosen to fill the place in the Caldwell High School made vacant by the . resignation of Miss Gladys Perry. . . - ' - Mrs. E. B. Barnes, and children leave to-morrow for - Toronto, Canada r to attend the Convention and will le ' absent several weeks. : ..- . ' M v.-'V Mr. and Mrs. John Burrus, ot Athens, Fayette county have returned heme after a pleasant visit" to W. R. Haden and fam ily near Hockaday. Miss Jean Barron Hurst after ; spending the summer in the North, has returned, and resumed her position asteacher of Ex pression at the Normal. - . Mrs. George White and son George left Saturday morning for Nashville, Tennessee. The former has a fine position tn one of the colleges, at that place. v r Misses Katheryne Hamm and Eunice Prather were in Richmond the fiist of the week visiting friends and. relatives.--.. Miss Bessie PratiMar. is in Richmond vis- Afternoon and Evening Richmond Baseball Park 1 f 1 . .1 a 1 a Si in 1 11 jiu.jAuir.LLL 3 if x u , 11 a- at i i 1 JSL ) MUSEUM MENAGERIE HEMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE ton mwiay 1 w? u -Hmmmi TENFOLD MORE FOR THE MONEY THAN ANY OTHER SHOW ON EARTH. A REAUIZATIOIS OF TUB CIRCUS TffE MOST EMINENT THE EARTH HAS KNOWN IN ANY CENTURY. , i Multitudinous Overwhelming Indescribable crush of Amazing Gymastic. Acrobatic, Spectacular, Aerial and Equestrian SENSATIONS. 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 M I (C IS A JSL W 1L 15 "tHE ONE PRICE HOUSE"