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Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor The Faculty of Caldwell High School will be entertained tonight by Miss White at the home of Miss Mollie Fife. S Mrs. A. R. Denny entertained informally at Bridge the past week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hale Dean two very popular members of Richmond Society. t s e NAYLOR-MAHONEY On Wednesday morning at the Catholic Church Miss Mahoney was united in mar riage to Mr. Naylor, Father O. Bryan per forming the ceremony. Both parties live in Lancaster. s m. e PRETTY LUNCHEON Mrs. Elmer Tate was hostess of a pretty luncheon on Saturday given in honor of her sister. Mrs. Hanley Nippert. Covers were laid for ten and a most delightful menu was served. HAYRIDE AND DANCE A merry party of young people met on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Turpin where dancing was enjoyed till a late hour, when refreshments were served. The party went out on a hay wagon, taking advantage of the al most summer night, and were chaperoned by Mrs. Douglas. 5 SHERWOOD CLUB Miss Mary Louise Deatherage entertain ed the Sherwood Club on Saturday . after noon in her usual charming manner. The programme, a miscellaneous one was much enjoyed, each member of the club taking part At its conclusion a delicious lunch of salad and ices was served after which the Club adjourned to meet in two weeks with Miss Jeannette Pates. ! K RUCKER-COCHRAN Mr. O. C. Rucker, of Paint Lick, and Miss Pearl Cochran, of Madison county, were married in Lancaster last Wednesday ' by Rev. F. M. Tinder, of that city. . The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rucker, and a most estimable young man, . being Assistant " Cashier of the People's Bank at Paint Lick. The bride is an un usually attractive girl, being the daughter ': f Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cochran, of Whites Station. t t K SURPRISE WEDDING A wedding of much interest on account of the prominence of the parties, was that of Mrs. Edward Powell and Mr. Thos. Sales, which took place in Louisville on Thursday, the couple returning to this city Friday night The groom is a former Madison county man, being the son of Mr. Webber Sales, of the Flat Woods neighborhood. Mr Sales is now located in Texas. With their other friends the Madisonian extends cordial congratulations. ! K t COTILLION The Cotillion given Friday evening at Masonic Temple was gracefully led by Mr. Preston Smith and Miss Callie Miller Shackleford. The attendance was not large but that which was lacking in quan tity, was made up for in quality. The chaperones were Mesdames R. C. Stockton J. S. Collins, R. C. White, J. W. Caperton, Neale Bennett and Miss Mynne Wagers. At the Intermission a light lunch was served. The only out-of-town guest was Miss Martha Burke who is visiting Miss Jane D. Stockton. . m h e ENTERTAINS TOBACCO BUYERS Last Wednesday evening Mr. T. J. Curtis entertained at supper in honor of the To bacco Buyers of the Richmond market The color scheme was carried out very ar tistically in pink, white and green. Mr. HOT WATER HEATING f TATE ARE headquarters, for steam, hot water and warm air heating plants. They are suitable for either old or new buildings. Let us estimate your requirements; plans and specifica tions furnished on application without charge. A postal will bring our Representative. , We install complete equipments, sewerage, disposal and lighting plants. Prices reasonable. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co, long Distance Phones 270 and 658 RICHMOND, KY. and Mrs. Curtis are famed for their dinners, and this one was in keeping with all their others, and a very pleasant evening was spent by the guests. Among those who were present and en joyed the genial hospitality of the host were Messrs. Thomas, Judy, Smith, Stew art, Elmer Deatherage and Jesse Cobb. t t t HOUSE PARTY Capt Joe Harris and Mrs. Harris enter tained a house party of Beattyville friends at their beautiful country home near Brass field. The party left town on the 1150 a. m. train Saturday and were met at Brassfield with conveyance to the farm. The time was most pleasently spent in feasting, music and story telling around the cheerful fires, and ail pronounced it a most happy occasion. Those who enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Harris' beautiful hospitality were: Judge and Mrs. J. K. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eveleth, Mrs. Lee Dorman, Miss Kate Reid, Capt Bob Harris of Rich mond and Miss Fannie Harris of Brass field. Beattyville Enterprise. CECILIAN CLUB Mrs. Thos. Chenault entertained the Ce cilian Club on Wednesday afternoon when a beautiful programme was given. The subject, "Women Composers," was made especially interesting by Mesdames M. C. Kellogg, Neale Bennett, A. R. Burnam, B. L. Middelton and J. R. Johnson. Those who took part on the. musical programme were: Mesdames Hoskinson, Kellogg and Denny, Misses Mary D. Pickels, Julia White, Mary Traynor, Sara Quisenberry and Mrs. I. G. Ballard, the last two being new members of the club. The house was lovely with decorations of crimson and white carnations, and a most tempting meat course followed the programme. A number of outside guests were present,, the only one from a distance being Mrs. Henry Jones, the guest' of Mrs. Dan Chenault n - INSPECTION DINNER Miss Fern Heverlo, one of the members of the Domestic Science class at E. K. S. N was hostess at a beautifully appointed din ner on Thursday ' evening. In the center of the table was ' a pot of Chintsei lilies while crystal candlesticks with pink shades were used most effectively. The young ladies in turn are allowed the sum of $2.50 to furnish the meal for eight persons and also to act as hostess, while the meal and service are under inspection. The follow ing menu was delightfully prepared and served; fruit salad; baked chicken, potatoes in cases, asparagus on toast, light rolls; shrimp salad on lettuce leaf; ice cream, cakes, coffee. Miss Heverlo with the assistance of Miss Caldwell and Mrs. Hull demonstrated to the invited guests their ability to apply the principles they had been taught which knowledge will make .them useful and efficient women hereafter. m t MEETING OF D. A. R. The hospitable doors of Mrs. A. R. Bur nam were again thrown open on Monday afternoon to the Boonesborough Chapter D. A. R. A programme of unusual inter est was given by'Mrs. Burnam and Miss Gibson. The former discussed the "Isth mus of Panama" and brought to light many interesting facts; the latter treated in a delightful manner "The Coast of NPeru"i Reports were given by Mrs. B. H. Neale and Mrs. Mary B. Miller on the probable cost of building a stone fence (with steps) around the Boonesborough Monument Mrs. Neale read a short article on the room which has been fitted up in the old Capi tol Building at Frankfort by the D. A. R. at that place. Mrs. Jas. W. Caperton gave a brief sketch of the expedition which has been fitted up by Yale and sent out to find the Capital of the Inca. A Memorial to Mrs. Dinsmore was read by Mrs. Lilly and the same was filed away in the ar chives of the Chapter. " Personal Phone 638 or 791 for all personal items Miss Kitty Bogard left Wednesday for Hopkinsvi'le, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bogard. Mrs. I. C Parsons left last week to visit her parents in Earlmgton, Ky. Mrs. Robert Terrill is at home after a pleasant visit to friends in Birmingham, Ala: 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Powell- are at home after an extended bridal trip through the South. We are glad to announce that Dr. J. G. Bosley is out again after being on the sick list for some time. V Messrs. L. B. Herrington and Geo. T. Bogard are in Galiopolis, O., on business. Mrs. John B. Wright, of this city is visit ing relatives in Boyle county. Miss Sarah Richardson, of Junction City, is attending the Eastern State Nor mal School. Miss Stella Hendren spent the week end with her parents in Lancaster. Mr. Clarence Hicks was with Lancaster friends last Sunday. Prof. Lowell Sharon visited friends in the city last week. Dr. Jack Million, of New York City, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Million. Mrs. Dan Breck and children have re- turned from a visit to friends in Stanford. Capt. Sharp is able to be out after a re cent illness. Representative John F. White spent several days last week with his family at Whites Station. Mrs. Roy Jordon has returned to her home in Pawtucket R. I. Mrs. Robert Harris is at home after a short trip to Tennessee. Mrs. L. L. Jackson passed thro' Rich mond last week on her way home from Atlanta, Ga. . . . Mrs. Fife and daughter, Miss Mollie, have been the guests of friends in Win chester. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hale Dean and children left Tuesday for their home in the South, much to the regret of a large circle of friends. ' Miss Mary Louise Deatherage has re turned from a short visit to Lexington. ' Mrs. Joe Oldham has returned from a visit to her sister in Somerset . Miss Madrue, Farris returned to Silver Creek Thursday after a visit to Miss Ellen Miller. Miss Mary Boggs was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Turley for the Edward Baxter PerryConcert Mrs. Mary Jones is the guest of her son in Louisville. Mrs. Henry Jones, of Mt Sterling, has been the guest of Mrs. Dan Chenault. Mrs. J. T. Arnold, of thfs city, has been visiting friends in Lancaster. Miss Mamie Dickerson is at home, after a visit to Miss Bessie Bown at Lancaster. Miss Stella Phelps made a short visit to Lexington last week. Miss Emma Doty, of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Bogard. Miss Estella Bicknell had as her guest last week, Misses Florence Tatum and Ed na Early, of Berea. Mr. C. C. Rhodus, of Berea, was in the city on business Monday." Mr. Dave Tevis, of Seattle, Washington, arrived last week and is with his brother, Mr. Hugh Tevis, who is in a critical condi tion. ; v Mrs. W. C. Howard has returned to Seattle, Washington. Miss Tommie West is quite sick with typhoid fever at her home at Speedwell. Miss Helen Bennett attended the As sembly Ball at Frankfort last Thursday evening Mr. W. A. Stevens, of Winchester, was in the city on business Saturday. Mr. Walker Burnside, of Louisiana, is the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Burnside. Mr. Hugh Tevis continues quite ill at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington. Miss Hester Covington visited her par ents the past week. Mrs. A. R. Burnam leaves this week for a visit in New Orleans. Mrs. J. M. Poyntz has as her visitor Mrs. Prewitt of Mt Sterling. Mr. Clay Kaufman has been the guest of Mr. J. E. Greenleaf on Lancaster Ave. Dr. John Snowden, of Winchester, was in this city Wednesday and Thursday on business. ' Miss Marion Logan Kean has been the guest of Mrs. Sanderson. Mrs. John Price, of Atchison, Kansas, is the guest of her father, Mr. George Ballew. Miss Allle Tribble is the guest of Mrs. Mollie Nunneiiy, at Stanford. Mr. Duke Gordon visited his mothar Mrs. Kitty Gordon at Nicholasville, the first of last week. Miss Anna Gordon has returned to her home in Wilmore, after State Normal School here. attending the Mr. and Mrs. T. J.- Rice and children are the guests of relatives in Irvine. Mr. e. v. Eider was the guest of his oroiner, fir. r. a. ciuerin rails last weeK. ; Mrs. Ronald Oldham continues to Im prove but it was thought necessary" to re move her to a Lexington Tiospital Sunday, where an operation may be performed be fore her ultimate recovery. A Departure The St Nicholas Hotel atNich olasville was purchased from the owner Bush Cook by James Cox at a private sale, for a price which was not given out: Mr. Cox got possession last Thursday morning and will start immediately to remodel it so as to make it-one of the best small hotels in the state. One of the features will be in the form of a large dance hall in which dances and other social meetings will be held. Goethals Wants to Retire from Panama Col. George W. Goethals em phatically reiterates his decision that he could not accept the post of Commissioner of Police at New York until the completion and successful operation of the Panama Canal. Col. Goethals expresses his de sire to leave the Isthmus because of adverse criticism of his work there. At the same time he wants to remain until he has sue' cessfully finished the work.- The Three States H. C. Chappell who formerly edited the Thousand Sticks at Hyden, has bought the Cunning ham printing office, publishers of the News-Record. Mr. Chappell will change the name of the pa per from the "News-Record" to "The Three States," in honor of the three states which corner there, viz: Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky. Chief Deputy The appointment of Mr. Letch er Saunders, of Jessamine county, to be chief deputy to Collector of Internal" Revenue, Judge J. W. Hughes, was announced Saturday. Mr. Saunders will at once begin to learn his duties and will take charge without delay. He is a fine business man and very pop ular with those who know him. $5.50 Bootees now $3.89 at Sextons. 5-2t Removal Last week the large Wholesale Grocery of Arnold, Hamilton & Luxon mover1 to its new quar ters in the East End. It- occu pies the large structure which has just been completed by Mr. El mer Deatherage near the L. & N. switch. This popular firm is do ing a large business. oo : The winds waft my thoughts to you, The birds sing them too: In i ne glad song Tl; ty carry along My thoughts, my thoughts to you. Tl oughts of all that is pure and true I send to you through heavens own blue Thoughts of joy of peace and rest; My heart is blest For I know my thoughts go straight to you. A. L. T. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. .C MILLION RICHMOND, KY., February 2, 1914. To Tobacco Growers and Others Interested: Everything is lovely and the goose hangs high, THE MADISON HOUSE, STILT T IN PRICES AND POUNDS. SALES EVERY DAY rain or shine, sleet or snn- v ; same, and our prices are good enough to please you have been pleasing . sale. We have sold over 3,000,000 arc the OLDEST HOUSE. We think we can get just a ! men to handle it, we ought to get the, top prices - j sold last week, and some of the season's be j lbs. at 17 he, 200 at I7c, 220 at 17Jc; 225 at . 17c, 190 at 19c, 225 at 25c, 265 at 24Jc, 240 i 19c 160 at 19i 220 lbs. at 19f c, general aver erage 16ic Deatherage & King, 2500 lbs. av t"l l.'.i. l . i ,, j : ' nese 3X6 DU so,ne the good prices we get ! We still claim the best market m of the season, and will say finally Prices started out strong Monday, and most regular market it has ever had throughout your crop to us, we will do all we Thanking you for favors " Capt. Doty Improving The many friends of Capt. J. A. Doty will be glad to learn that his condition has improved to such an extent as to enable him to be around the house. Capt Doty proposes as soon as he has sufficiently recuperated to make a visit to his brother in South Car olina. He will be accompanied on this trip by his brother Mr. Jesse Doty. During his absence Misses Jane and Mary Doty and Mr. Chas. Doty, will visit their sister, Mrs. J. B. Jennings, in Tul sa, Okla. Lancaster Record. oo Splendid Opening With the opening of the mid winter term of the Western State Normal School in Bowling Green, came the largest number of stu dents ever in attendance at that institution. It is estimated that not less than 2,000 students are enrolled., oo NOTICE All who have claims against the estate of J. D.. Powell, de ceased, will please present same to the undersigned on or before the first day of March and all persons ndebted to him will please call and settle same. Mrs. Laura M. Powell, 2-4t-p Administratrix. oo Neck wear now 19c at Sextons. 5-2t oo We want your logs, or will saw them for j you while you wait Blanton Lumber Co. Phone 425. 16-tf The Spreader Sensation of the Year. We Have the Agency For It It Is the Steel Frame Low Spread Manure Spreader y.'ayrvjs 'Mr,. Have you ever seen any spreader with more or as many good features? Waist high box easy to load; makes the shortest turns and spreads evenly at corners ; spreads when turning either way; positive force feed no rolling forward. of the load when the manure is moved toward the beater; even spreading until the last forkful is spread; made in seven sizes; wide and narrow boxes ; special attachments for drilling and spreading lime. Ask us also about our new wide spread attachment which scatters manure over an area eight feet wide a very handy and convenient device for top dressing growing corn. The next time you are in town stop and get a catalogue. Ask us to show you this machine to show you how it will save work and increase profits. Give us a chance to prove that the Low Spread tops them alL INCORPORATED - DIRECTORS - T. J. CURTIS Capital $33,000 of the 5,800,000 lbs. sold on th- Kentucky. that our mar can to please yt already shown us, " . '."Yours..." MADISON Tl GOING TO GET MARRIED? 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