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Church Notes
Dr. D. H. Scanlon is visiting in
Meridian, Miss., for a few days.
Rev. C. K. Marshall will preach
on Sunday at II o'clock at Mt.
Pleasant
About $334, was made by the
Ladies Aid of 'the Christian
Church at the Bazaar on Satur
day. Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Burn
side, Ky., supplied the pulpit at
the Presbyterian church on last
Sabbath.
The Girls Guild of the Presby
terian church will hold a food and
fancy article sale at Bennett &
Higgins on next Saturday.
The meeting at the Christian
Church ended on Friday evening
with 28 additions.
It was a splendid series of ser
vices and all were loath to part
with Mr. Ellis and Mr. Charlton
whose beautiful singing charmed
the hearts of all.
Dr. Samuel D. Boggs, a noted
Presbyterian preacher, died at
Danville last Thursday and was
buried there Friday. He, was pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Cattlettsburg for 20 years, but at
the time of his death he was
superintendent of evangelistic
work.
The services at the Christian
Church last Sunday were full of
interest A large congregation
was present in the morning.
Seven were added to the church
during the day, six on profession
of faith and one by letter. Mr:
Charlton sang with great power.
At the close of the evening ser
vice seven were baptized. Next
Sunday C. W. B. M. Day one of
the best in the church calendar
will be observed.
FOR RENT
For 1914, a residence at corner
of Fourth and filvndniv rnnraln.
ing 8 rooms, ha -5;
uuuu sutuit; diiu plenty oi iruu
on premises. Apply to B. H.
Luxon, phone 374. 47-tf
Telephone all social news to 638.
Anna U. Lilly, Social Editor
MImc Mary and Willie Traynor enter
tained the Mary Pattie Music Club Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Ballard on North street.
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BIRTHDAY PARTY
Miss Dolly Pickets entertained with an
Alhamhra Party on Tuesday afternoon, the
occasion being her eighth birthday. About
fifteen little friends and her teacher Miss
Dick enjoyed her hospitality and following
the show repaired to Perrys' for refresh
ments. st st n
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Crutcher entertained
with a noonday luncheon last week. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Will Crutcher
of Richmond, Mrs. Cabel Chenault, of New
Mexico, Miss Fannie Crutcher and Mr.
John Crutcher, of Nlcholasvillc, Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Rash, Dr. and Mrs. J. O.
Crutcher and Miss Alan Crutcher. Win
chester Sun. .
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Mrs. Waller Bennett entertained on
Thursday afternoon the Married Ladies
Bridge Club. A handsome three course
lunch was served and the prize awarded
Mrs. B. J. Clay. Miss Madge Burnam was
hostess of the Young Ladies Bridge on
Thursday this being the last meeting.
They reorganized and will meet with Mrs.
Hale Dean during Xmas. The trophy
went to Miss Julia White.
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The friends of Mr. Arch Chenault, who
recently went to Jacksonville, Fla., were
surprised to learn of the announcement of
his engagement to be married to Miss
Roach, daughter of the Chief of Police of
that city. The marriage will take place
December 25th, and tire young couple will
come to Richmond to spend their honey
moon. Mr. Chenault is well known here
where he was the popular pharmacist of
the E. C. Wines Drug Co. The bride elect
Is a handsome young society lady.
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DINNER PARTY
Miss Mary Doty was hostess of a 'lovely
party on Monday eve-
ler visitor Miss uonnay
Traver, when covers were laid for the
following guests: Misses Annie Mae Wal
ker, Callie Miller Shackelford, Tommie
Cole Covington, Josephine Chenault,
Messrs. Tom Chenault, Jack Phelps, Ben
Cassiday and Barnett Chenault. A hand
some menu of five courses was served and
a most charming evening spent.
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BEAUTIFUL TEA TO THE D. A. R.
Mrs. C. D. Chenault, of Lexington, en
tertained with a beautiful tea on Frkjy
afternoon In honor of the Boonesborough
Chapter of the D. A. R. of this city. The
old colonial home was lovely with decora
tions of pofnsetta and a profusion of tapers
with ci Imson shades. In the dining room,
the table was very artistic with center piece
of cluny lace and vase of pulnsetta, while
rare old candelabra holding red shaded
lights lent additional charm. Here, a very
delightful salad course was served and
Miss Sara Chenault presided most grace
fully. Mrs. Chenault who has so long
been famed for her lovely personality and
graciousness as a hostess, made a pretty
; speech of welcome to her guests, which
, was followed by a most delightful and
complimentary speech of welcome by May
I or Cassidy, which is given in full elsewhere
' in this Issue. Mrs. J. W. Caperton, Vice
Regent, then paid a very beautiful tribute
to the memory of Mrs. Ben L. Banks, a
faithful member of the Society and one
greatly loved. Mrs. Howard Neal gave an
entertaining account of "The Trip to Mt.
Vernon," given some months ago by the
; Boonesborough Chapter. Mrs. Rollins
I Burnam made an interesting talk on the
Boonesborough Monument and the plan of
I the Chapter to build a stone fence around
it, with steps leading to it from the road.
The following members of the .Bryant
Station Chapter made delightful talks:
Mrs. Thompson, State Regent, "Woman's
Duty to the State;" Mrs. Dodge, "p. A. R.
Rest Room;" Mrs. Mulligan, "Inden'ure of
Slaves;" Mrs. Young, "The Fiag." v.
The election of officers took place, the
old officers being re-elected with the addi
tion of Mrs. Ceo. Phelps, Assistant Histor
ian, Mrs. Lewis Neal, Assistant TreasuTtT,'
Mrs. Grant E. Lilly. Assistant Secretary.1 1
Miss Sara Chenault was unanimously
elected a member of the D. A. R.
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Personal
Phone 638 or 791 for all personal items
Mrs. Thos. Davis is with Mrs. S. D. Par
rtsh. Mr. Huguely Shearer spent last week
in Lancaster.
Mr.C. C Wallace attended the Estill
Circuit Court.
James Wallace, of Irvine, was in the
city Monday.
Mrs. Jake Collins Is In Danville the guest
of Mrs. Burke.
Dr. F. C. Cox, of
town last week.
Newby, Ky., was in
the guest of
Miss Nell McCoy has been
Mrs. Hale Dean.
Mrs. Frazee of Lexington has been with
friends in the city.
Miss Emma Watts visited friends in
Lexington last week.
Miss Lizzie Wilmnre has been visiting
friends in Nicholasville.
Judge W. R. Shackelford was a visitor
In Lexington Thursday.
Miss Elizabeth Searcy spent last week
with friends in Danville.
Mr. Ray Park, of Irvine, was In the city
on business the past week.
Miss Lucy W. Doty spent the week end
with relatives in Lancaster.
Miss Dorothy Traver, of Albany, Ga. is
the guest of Miss Mary Doty.
Mr. Barnett Chenault attended the dance
in Lexington Friday evening.
Mr. Preston Smith was with Somerset
friends a few days last week.
Miss Bessie Brown, of Lancaster, has
j been with friends in this city.
Mr. C. S. Jessup has returned after an
extended trip through the West.
Mrs. Chas. D. Miller left Friday for a
visit to her father in Lexington.
Dr. J. G. Bosley and C. C. Culton have
been in Lexington on business.
Miss Mary Louise Deatherage has been
visiting relatives in Winchester.
I A. R. Burnam Jr. was in attendance at
the Estill Circuit Court last week.
i Mr. Chas. Smith came over from Win-
Chester Saturday to visit relatives.
M. O I nr: l i ,
i-ii. i. ij. juucii, ui vv mtnester, was in
town last week on legal business.
Mrs. M. H. Pigg, of Paris, Ky., was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Plgg.
Mrs. Mary B. Hicks and daughter, were
visitors in Lexington one day last week.
Mr. Wm. Wagers and daughter Miss
Mary, have been visiting relatives in Irvine.
Mr. J. W. McCord, of Lexington, was
the guest of Mr. John McCord last week.
FOR RENT
1
"TV'nlne room house, all modern
conveniences, at 350 Woodla'Vd
Ave. Mrs. V. H. Hobson. 47.)
Our Skylights Have Arrived
We Are Ready For Business
After a delay of tome two weeks, waiting on our Skylights
which have been lost in transit, we are glad to be able to an
nounce that they - are now here and are being put on our
building.
Bring yourTobacco to the BIG HOUSE.
Home Tobacco Warehouse
NEAR OLD L. & A. STATION
To The Tobacco Growers:
Sales Season of 1913-14 is Now On
Our daily average to date is better than 14 Cents
Having installed every known device to facilitate the handling of the tobacco
from the time it comes off the wagon until it goes on the cars, we are better prepared
than ever to handle your crop.
Several of the largest buyers on this market will handle and prize their pur
chases at our plant.- The fact is, it is much cheaper for these men to handle their to
bacco at the Madison Tobacco Warehouse because of the connection with the railroad,
and our viaduct connecting the sales house with the prizing department does away with
any wagon haul. We guarantee to every grower the very best price. Thanking you for
your past patronage and soliciting same in the future, we are,
Respectfully,
Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. i
Incorporated I
Miss Sallie Bennett, of Lexington, was
the recent guest of Mrs. Waller Bennett.
Miss Mary Lou Cox, of VVilmore, is vis
iting her brother Mr. Preston Cox, of this
city.
Leslie Pigg is visiting relatives and
friends in Paris and Lexington for a few
days.
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Mr. Frank Chariton spent friday in Lex
ington. Mr. W. W. Wiseman, of Danville, has
returned home after a visit to friends in
this city.
Judge N. B. Turpin is sick at the home
of his daughter Mrs. Jennings Maupin on
Broadway.
Miss Bessie Miller has returned after a
pleasant visit to Mrs. John A. Haldeman,
of Louisville.
Francis Wagers has had as her guests
Misses Grace West and Virginia Lear of
Nicholasville.
Misses Mayme Campbell, Kate Devore
and Nettie Hurst spent Thanksgiving with
Paris friends.
Miss Hester Covington, of Lexington,
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Cov
ington, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Douglas and children
were the guests of Mrs. Haggard in Win
chester, last week.
Mr. R. M. Benton has returned to his
home In Irvine, after a pleasant visit to
friends in this city.
Mr. LeanJer Hobson, of State Universi
ty, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
his mother in this city.
Mrs. Joe Shearer and daughter, of Frank
fort, were the recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Chenault Duncan.
Mr. Crant E. Lilly left Thursday for
Irvine, where he will be engaged In
Circuit Court which is in session there.
Mr. Richard Colyer, who has been very
ill with rheumatism is able to be out again.
Dick wears the "no place like home," smile.
Mesdames Thos. Phelps. J. W. Caperton,
G. W. and Sam Phelps motored to Lexing
ton Friday to attend the meeting of the
0. A. R.
Misses Minerva Cox. Ida Raney and Bes
sie Gulley. of Lancaster, form a pleasant
house party at the home of the Mi&ses
Dickerson, in this city.
Mrs. Warheld Bennett Mrs. Mary B.
Miller, Mrs. Lewis Neale and Mrs. Crant
Lilly motored to Lexington Friday the
guests of Mrs. A. R. Hurnam.
Miss Duncan Foster spent the week
end with Miss Ruth Beard, in Lexington
and was a guest at the Pan-Hellenic dance
Friday evening at the Phoenix Hotel.
Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Miss Allie
Yantis, of Lancaster, and Miss Lottie Car
son, of Stanford, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Z. T. Kice, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank French who former
ly lived in this county but recently moved
to Lexington, are receiving congratulations
on the arrival of a little daughter last week.
Misses Elisabeth Searcy. Mary Frances
Hisie and Mary Allen Deatherage have
been the guests of Mrs. Richard Cobb in
Boyle county. Miss Deatherage is now
the guest of Mrs. Robert Bruce near Stan
ford. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Loooer, of Enid.
Ok la., who have been spending the week
with their daughter Mrs. W. J. Newsom,
left Thursday night for Harriman. Tenn.,
and other points to visit relatives. They
were accompalned by their daughter Mrs.
W. J. Newsom, who will return in about
sen days.
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We have decided to close out our clothing stock,
lock stock and barrel. We need the room for our
ladies' ready-to-wear department, which is growing
to such an extent that we are compelled to make
more room for it. So the clothing end of our busi
ness must go.
Everybody in this city and county who has pur
chased clothing from us can testify to the high grade
of clothing we sell. They can also tell you that our
prices are always cheaper than the same quality can
be had elsewhere. We have decided to give these
same low prices for 30 days, and in addition we pro
pose to give one-fourth the price off on every purchase
made in the clothing department during this time.
If you need an up-to-date fall and winter suit
for yourself or any of your family; if you need a first
class Overcoat for yourself or your boy, come and
look at this great stock of up-to-date clothing and
figure what you will save by getting
I OFF
each clothing purchase.
Don't overlook this offer. Don't pay more for
clothing not as good. Money saved is money made.
This is a chance you don't often get, coming right at
v the time you need the stuff, and right at the time
when they are all fresh and new.
Remember this great clothing
offering begins Saturday, November
8th, and closes in 30 days. Don't
forget! Come!
RESPECTFULLY,
W. D. OLDHAM & CO.
CLOTHING!
CLOTHING!
CLOTHING!
Probably
The dreatest Clothind
offering for the people of Richmond, II
Madison county, and adjoining coun
ties, will commence at the great
Busy Bee
Cash Store
Saturday, November 8
and continue for 30 days, or until
our entire clothing stock has been
closed out.
Our stock of clothing was never
more complete than now. Every
thing in the clothing department is
strictly up-to-date. All the new
weaves, styles and colorings in favor
this season comprise this big stock
of clothing Men's, Young Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing in
endlessyariety. . , .
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