The Daily RegjteT, Ricrimon3, MaHison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, June 25, 1920
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SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Jiis Merritt Jones, who is super
intendent of the Cradle Roll at the
Presbyterian church, entertained with
a measuring party Saturday afternoon
in honor of -her 'class and their mo
thers. The ices were most attractive
ly served in miniature cradles. The
individual cakes, made in rings, had
attached to each one a baby rattler,
or top, whicn were presented the ba
bies as souvenirs, of the occasion.
The members of her class are: Miss'
I Margaret Steele, Allen Zaring,
George Murray Smith, Robert Rhodes
Bumam, Nellie Weisenburg, Rodes
Clay Shackelford, Jane Coy Emily
Fern Wiggins, Eugene Hord, Lillian
; Montgomery, Martha Shelby Hanger,
Eugene Keith, Elizabeth : Lewis
Tlrorp,'C!hariotte Clay,: Nejie; Hamil
ton, Russell Stouffer Hamilton, Mary
Sue Culton, Russell Robinson, Selma
Hendricks, Joe Prewitt-' Chenault, Jr.
Invited to meet with the cradle roll
were the classes of Mrs. T. S. Bur
nam ad Miss -. Mary - Jfxpii Jones,
vie: ,L.' B. Weisenburg, Jr., Robert
Henry Curtis, CAnam Laura Mont
gomery, - Mary, Rowlctt, David and
Joseph Cames, Edward . Cornel ison,
Ben and Richard Hord, Theodore
Keith, June Hamilton, E. T. Wiggins,
Jr., Harold Jennings, Dorothy Tyng,
William -Elder Francis. The young
ladies of the intermediate department
assisted Miss Jones in entertaining
Misses Mary " Pickett Breck, Lillian
Bumam, Lucia and Betsy Bennett,
Marian and Ollie Terrill, Lida Bales.
Mary Collier, Nellie -Cotnelison, Anne
Field and Keehe Shackel ford, Margar
et Telford, Mary Barr Clay, Elizabeth
Hord, May Hamilton, Ruby Morgan,
Ruth Smith, Virgil Hendricks am;
Delia Marcia Coates.
Numerous relatives and friends
here will be interested in the follow
ing clipping from the Centi-al Record.,
Lancaster. Mr. Elmore is well known
in Richmond, where lie frequently
visits his uncle, Cabell Chenault, and
other relatives. The Record says:
"The marriage " of Miss Lolo Mc
Clure to Mr. Chenault Elmore took
place Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClure, in
Shelbyville, the Rev. Walker officiat
ing. ' There were no attendants.
The bride wore, a traveling gown 'of
dark blue, with .liat to match, and a
corsage of white roses, sweet pea?
and. maiden-hair fern; After the
ceremony and congratulations the
bride and groom left for a trip in
Central Kentucky. They will go to
Akron, Ohio, where Mr. Elmore is en
gaged in business. The bride Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc
Clure and is unusually charming, ac
complished and an exceptionally fine
young lady. She is well remem
bered here where she frequently vis
ited Mr. Elmore's sister, Mrs. Dunlar
Blanton. The groom, is the son of
Mr. and Mis. J. W Elmore, of this
city, and is a popular young business
man.. The reception room in which
the ceremony was perlormed was
decorated artisticaly with a variety
of roses. Only relatives and a few
intimate friends were, present."
Miss Elizabeth Burnam returned to
dav from, the New England Conserva
tory of Music, Boston, having com
pleted four years .'of study the-re.
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35c. ' &
Miss Evelyn Norris is visiting Mrs.
Allen Powell in '.Winchester.
WE HAVE NO LESS
MADISON CO. FARMS
If You Have Any Idea of
.freeman" Realty. Co.
' .W. B, Freeman
"' L. W. Dunbar
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Mr. Bush Tribble has gone to Pa
lis, wheie ho ha:; accepted a position
with the Mason & Hanger company.
Miss Virgina Giibsr of Kingston,
spent the week-end with Miss Virginia
Taylor. ' " .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chenault and
liltle son ami. Miss Rearnetk, of Chi
cago, are visiting Mrs. Jesse Cobb.
Mrs. Jeff W. Tail's, of Harrison
ville, Mo., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Lizzie Maupin.
Mrs. George W. Grinstead and
daughters, Georgia Rowland and Bev
erly May, Miss Lulu Baumstark and
Miss Lucy Cornel ison spent the week
end with friends near Valley View.
Miss Mattie Covington visited her
friends in Richmond last week.
Mr. James Taylor is putting a new
coat of paint on his residence.
Miss Lucy Thorpe is'home from the
Robinson hospital, Berea, very much
improved in health. , '
Mrs. W. T. Fielder died at her home1
near Waco from rheumatism of the
heart. She was 72 years old and is
survived by four children, two sons
and two daughters. The funeral war,
conducted at her home by Rev. IT. T.
Bonny, interment taking place in the
: Rhodus cemetery.
i Mrs. James Cobb entertained with
a spend-the-day party' Wednesday in
: honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Che
i nault, of Chicago, 111. A delicious
; dinner was seized.
PUTS BAN ON CARNIVALS
By a unanimous vote the Paris
commercial club decided to request
the Paris city council not to permit
any .street or carnival company to
; exhibit in the city hereafter and to
j enforce strictly the law against the
.violation of the traffic ordinances.
fl W IrQDirfE' Hill!
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A 3,200-mile submarine cable to
link North and South America is
projected, running from Miami," Fla.,
to Belem, Brazil, with a connecting
link on the island of Barbados.
Compactness and quick steaming are
claimed by' the English inventor for
an oil ful boi':vr in which Licilow
concentrfc cones for the water are
set over a huge burner.
i Booze is Not a Good Cure
j (From the Ames, Iowa, Intelligencer)
' When a man conies to you all dou
Jbled up with pain and declares he wil
din in your presence uniess pou pro
cure him a drink of whisky, send him
to a doctor or else give him a dose
of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy. There is a mistaken notion
among a whole lot of people that
booze is the best remedy for colic and
j stomach ache.
STOCKTON'S DRUG STORE
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T, J, MOBERLY, AGENT
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On All Low Shoes and Slippers
Consisting of Men's Women's and Children's
WILL BE OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY
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The market today is not showing that Shoes are cheaper. But cving to the late season caused by weather conditions, railroad embar
goes on freight and express shipments and factory delays on account of. labor troubles, we End ourselves with too many Low SJioes and
Slippers, and we have decided to make the sacrifice now so that many of our patrons can get the benefit from it, rather than wait until
they are all supplied with Slippers at the higher prices. Our Stock consists of
MaVtiaul l!;i'li -Lwifa Ycmca
Tlie Very Best and Latest Styles
that we have had at any time this season, and thSs Sale wil furnish many who have not yet bought their Spring and Summer Footwear an
unprecedented opportunity to buy now.
THERE WILL BE BARGAIN COUNTERS loaded with ODD LOTS of Shoes and Slippers and other merchandise in our store at less than
Don't miss this Sale and Don't Forget the day Beginning Saturday June 26, and Continuing
OWING TO THE BIG REDUCTION MADE, WE WILL NOT CHARGE anything at the Reduction Price. Come early and bring your friends.
THE ONE PRICE HOUSE
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