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THE KICHMOND PALLAHIUtt AHl SUW-TLEGXSAM, THURSDAY, MAltCH 18, 1&09.
5 I! HraOKl0Kl F YHB F Gfl&C9TniKL TOOK ii which began last Saturday morning and which must be completed in 10 days (for we must have the room) will be beyond all doubt the biggest sacrifice of good, clean Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes that will be offered this season. We have started to convert this stock into cash and cash it must be, for we are over loaded, if we don't. PAGErJIX. TDC53 I I We feel a sort of a responsibility to our customers to keep them posted about what's going on here. We urge you to buy and buy now, for we have something good, something we worked hard To get, something that would be to your advantage as well as ours, and we want you to have your share, for the values going in this Martin Stock Sale are really unusual. We must say it is a matter of real satisfaction to us to be able to put them up to our many friends, and while we are turning this stock and getting the much needed room, we're also giving you real value for your money. Como Saturday! or oooncr, if pocoilblc. Don't delay, but coimo and buy, It will pay you The following are a few of the many thingo to Ibc found in thio Mairtin Salo : Boy's kneepants ........ . . . .19c Children's suits, sizes 3 to 6, worth -$2.50 to $3.50 at .. 98c Young men's. suits, worth $8 to $12 at .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .. ..$4.98 Men's $8.00 Worsted suit at .. ..$4.98 Men's fancy Worsted suits at.... $7.50 Men's $10 Cravenette coats at-. .$6.50 Men's $1.25 cotton pants at 98c Boy's kneepants suits, worth $2.50 to $4.00 at .. .. ..$1.98 Unbleached muslin, worth 6c at 4"4 8 l-3c unbleached muslin at .. ....6c 15c curtain swiss at .. .. . . .. ..10c 15c silkolines at .... .. .. .. ..9c 6c Tortion laces at .. .. .. ..2c Children's fast black hose .. .. ...7c Ladies colored hose, worth 15c at 5c Ladies 25c knit skirts at .. . . ..15c Turkey Red table linen, worth 35c at ............ .. . . .". .. .19c Bleached Mercerized table linen, worth 35c at . . .. ..19c $1.25 fleeced wrappers at . . .. ..75c Millend lenoliums, worth 60c at.. 35c Buy your shoes now. This Martin stock will not last long. Ladies' fine dress Shoes in vici kid, or patent leather, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Ladies' dress Shoes, worth $1.50 at 98c Ladies' $2.00 vici kid dress Shoes at .. .. .. $1.48 Ladies' $4.00 dress Shoes at ....$2.48 Children's fancy shoes, worth 65c, all kid and sizes from 2 to 6. at.... 42c Children's dongola kid Shoes, worth $1 at .. .. 75c Bargains in Misses Shoes in sizes 11 to 2 at 98c, $1.25 & $1.50 All high grade shoes. Ladies' fine dongola kid dress shoes, worth $2.25, at ..$1.69 See the bargains in Boys' Shoes. MEN'S SPRING WORK SHOES All . good high grade shoes, in reindeer, , seal, box calf, and oil grain shoes JLthat are worth from one-third to one-half - more than we are going to sell them at. Men's box calf, sewed, flexible sole, worth $2.00 at ..$1.39 Men's heavy spring, grain, bal, sewed sole, worth $2.50, at $1.75 Men's tan husset work shoes, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Men's good solid seal leather work Shoes, worth $2.50, at $1.69 Men's seal leather, extra heavy sole, seamless, worth $2.50, at ... .$1.75 Men's heavy buckle work shoes, wort!i $1.50, at $1.19 Men's dress shoes, worth $2 at. ..$1.38 Men's fine vici kid dress shoes, in the latest toe, worth $2.50, at .....$1.98 Men's fine patent leather blucher cut, new toe, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Men's extra fine dress shoes, worth $3 to $3.50 at $2.48 Men's Goodyear welt, satin calf or gun metal, worth 3.50, at $2.48 Men's unllned, cap toe, russet shoes, worth $2.50, at .. .. .. .. ..$1.9t See the Odds and Ends 1 table for real shoe bargains. All the odd sizes will be on this table. Boys' satin calf Shoes, worth $1.35. at 85c Boys' satin calf, size 13 Vi to 2, worth $1.50. at 9tc Boys satin calf shoes, sizes 2V& to 5H worth $1.75, at $1.25 Boys' vici kid and patent leather dress shoes at .. ... $130, $1.98 and &25 MARTDFJ CLOAKS, SECEKTS SWTS AT VKnHnSAKIB OF IPE5IKDES- Ladies' black Panama Skirts, the very latest styles, worth $7.50, at..-....-.-....-. ....-....$4.19 Black Panama Skirts, extra quality, worth $10, at $5.98 One lot of fancy Novelty Dress Skirts at .$3.98 Brown Panama Dress Skirts, worth $7.50 at ... ..$3.98 One lot of Ladies' Dress Skirts, all fine tailor-made, to close at less than half price. Ladies' fancy black Jackets, worth $15.00 at . ....$G.50 Ladies' brown Jackets, braid trimmed, worth $12.00, in this sale at $3.09 Ladies' black Venetian Jackets, worth $6.00 at $2.89 One lot of Misses' Jackets, worth $5.00 to $8.00, at this sale at . $ 1 .40 Don't miss this chance to get a bargain in a Skirt or Cloak. Ladies' tan colored long Cloaks, all wool, velvet and braid trimmed, Venetian lined, piped seams, worth $12.00 at ... 85.00 Ladies' fine tHack cbth Coats, Venetian lined, silk braid trimmed, worth $12.00, at ..8G.SG . Ladies' fine black Cloaks, satin lined, worth $25 at 50.C3 Extra heavy black cloth Cloaks, worth $15.00 at. .$0.50 -Furs to bo Closed stt J4 to the Regular Price- MIS urns News of Surrounding Towns HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagerstown, Ind., March 18. Mrs. Solomon Locke of Centervllle has been visiting friends here. Funeral services of Burgess Black mer were held at the M. E. church Tuesday morning. The G. A. R. mem bers attended in a body. Mrs. Rachel Petty entertained at dinner Tuesday" Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones of Muncie and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fox.. .. Daniel Pollard returned from a vis It with his daughter Mrs. Ed Burris at Cicero. The barber employed with Louis Bookout at the West 'End barber shop suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home at Richmond. The social committee- of the Victoria Rebekah lodge will entertain the mem bers the next meeting night, March S, at a taffy pulling. Diploma examinations for the Jef ferson township schools will be con ducted at' the Hagerstown public school building on Saturday, March SO. Lucy, the eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams living north of town Is seriously 111 with ty phoid fever. Mrs. Dollle Werking on South Plum street has been on the sick list this week. ; The Progressive club will meet on Next Wednesday afternoon, March 24 with Mrs. Atho Williams with the fol lowing program: Responses Newspaper clippings. Music Mrs. Addington. Paper, Character Building Mrs. Williams. Original Poems Mesdames Hunt, Burton and Thurston. Paper. The Crisis Mrs. Lawson. Magazine Articles Mesdames Walk er, Addington and Miss Castor. Question bureau to be conducted by 'Mrs. Lamar. Music. . Mrs. Seward Hardwlck has returned to her home at Carlos City after a vis It with her mother Mrs. Emma Foyst. Ansil Doughty, employed at' the pumping station bad the misfortune to step on a spike which penetrated into bis foot causing a very serious wound. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that la not beyond the reach of medi cine. Cures backache " and ; irregular ities that If neglected might result In Bright 's disease or diabetes. A. O. luken & Co. fJEVV VVESTVILLE, 0. Wew Westville, o;. March 1& W. A. Bond, a lawyer of Richmond, gave us recently, by tnvitatin of our young people, an able and interesting address oa "What Are Our Liquor Laws, and How are They Enforced." He bad an ffpndatlTe and no attentive; audi ence, and we shall alt be glad to hear from him again at any time that he may be announced as a speaker. Mr. Win. Myers is still at Reid Me morial hospital. His friends here sent him some flowers recently as a token of their thought for and Interest in him during his severe illness. Our pastor and his wife visited Spiceland recently and attended the Friends Quarterly meeting there. They were delighted with the warm-hearted hospitality extended to them, and in terested in the many proofs of kindly thought and Christla love manifest during the course of the business trans actions of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Shinkle and family have bought a farm half a mile north of here. We are very pleased to have them come amongst us. Our Christian Endeavorers will soon have their new reading room ready for occupancy. Thanks to many friends It will be quite comfortably furnished and we hope to make it a center of usefulness for the whole neighborhood. A Religious Author's Statement Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman. Sails bury, N. C, who is the author of sev eral books, writes: "For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly strick en with a severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to. get up without assistance. My urine contained a thick white sedi ment and I passed same frequently day and night. I commenced taking Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal. I cheer fully' recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy." A. G. Luken & Co. GBEENSFORK, INKX Greensfork. Ind., March 1& E. B. Martin of near Centervllle, spent Mon day here. H. C Burto has been spending a few days at home. Mrs. Jane Laufman of Richmond, was visiting Cyrus Baldwin and family Tuesday, Mar. and Mrs. Omer Wilson have moved to Richmond and Oscar Nichol son and family are moving to their farm. Mrs. John Nicholson is seriously ill. Clement Stitchcomb has returned from a few days visit in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Omer Brown of Rich, mond, are guests of relatives here. Rev. Miller of the U. B. chnrch, spent Tuesday here. Richard Brown of - Cincinnati, -' is spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. Ham Squires and family. ; Harry Boyd has secured a ' position with a contractor in Richmond. Mr. and Mts. Dave Stewart have re tured to their home in Richmond after a few days ..visit '-with' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ridge. Yincent Newman of . Williamsburg, was transacting business here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David Fouts have mov ed into Mrs. Mary Brown's property. Harry Fagln made a business trip to Hagerstown Monday. Mrs. Otis Cranor of Williamsburg, spent Monday here. Mrs. Lottie Smith of Hagerstown is spending a few daye with John Nich olson and family. Mrs. Maraby Bennett, who has been spending several months in Richmond, is at home for a short time. Mrs. John Poland is the guest of rel atives in Richmond for a few days. Mrs. Albert Kenzle spent Wednes day in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis are spending a few days at Indianapolis. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and expels colds. Get the gen uine in a yellow ! package. A. G. Lu ken & Co. , CAMBRIDGE CITY. IMP. Cambridge City. Ind., March IS. Laurence Bertsch has returned from a business trip to Chicago. Miss Margaret Overbeck of DePauw university, is at home for the spring vacation. Miss Edith Doney spent Sunday in Spiceland. Mrs. Bernard Leonard died Wednes day morning, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Clapper. Her husband, one daughter, and one son, Austin Leonard, survive her. The fu neral will occur from the St. Eliza beth's church Friday morning. Mrs. Will Williams of Richmond, spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Highley. Mrs. Mary Munte. who has been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. M. L. Sanders, of Connersville, will return to her home in this place in the spring. - Herbert Reese, who has been spend ing several days with his parents. Prof, and Mrs. J. T. Reese, has return ed to Washington City Mrs. T. J. Bush of Hastings. Mich., came today to attend the funeral of her father, Albion Morrison. Mrs. Frank Marson, Miss Catherine Calloway, Miss Harriet Ault, the Miss es Elizabeth and- Harriet Overbeck, Miss Rose Greisinger and Miss Alice Bradbury, formed a party to see the Ben Greet players in Midsummer's Night Dream, at the Gennett in Rich mond, Wednesday night. ' : Messrs. Herman .. and Charles Ker koff. of Indianapolis, have been visit ing friends here. vX':":f A number of young people from this place will attend the Twentieth Cen tury club - dance - at - Milton, Friday evening. .. . The last number of the Cambridge City Lecture coarse, for the season, was given by Monroe Markley, at the Masonic . opera house, Tuesday even ing. The lecture. "Harp Strings and Heart Strings,," was pronounced by many to be the best number of the se ries. Mr. Markley has an unusual command of language,, a fine speaking voice and a persona magnetism which attracted his audience, and held the at tention from the beginning to the close. Mrs. J. B. Allen has returned, after several weeks' visit with her sister, Miss Florence Star, of Hagerstown. Halrood Manlove, monologist and character impersonator, accompanied by Senior Guisseppl Ma rone, the Ital ian harpist, will give an entertainment on the evening of the twenty-second, in the Christian church of this place. The entertainment promises to be a pleasing one in every respect. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hageman, and daughter, Gaynelle, attended the play, Midsummer's Night Dream, at the Gennett, Wednesday evening. Thomas Peet spent Tuesday in Richmond. Harry Warfel, of Richmond, was a Cambridge City visitor Wednesday. Miss Mary Dillon attended a dance at New Castle on St. Patrick's evening. MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., March 1& Will Hayes and family moved to Fetamora Wed nesday to a farm he recently pur chased. Mrs. Frank Florea is Improving nice ly. Mrs. Edgar Jones is much better. Her father, Dr. Rudolph Myers has re turned to his home at Huntington, Pa. Mrs. Valaria Clee Baker of Bradford, Ohio, is visiting Milton relatives. Mrs. Joseph L. Manlove's Sunday school class of young ladies in the Christian Sunday school, enjoyed a so cial at the home of Mrs. Henry Hess Wednesday evening. Mrs. Alice H. Gresh was at Rich mond today. Harry Manlove has four dates next week giving impersonations. Henry Hess was at Richmond Wed nesday. Edward Hunt and family attended the funeral of his father Edward Hunt sr., at East German town, Wednesday. The interment was near Centervllle.. How can any person risk taking some unknown cough remedy when Foley's Honey and Tar costs them no more? It is a safe remedy, contains no harmful drugs, and cures the most obstinate coughs and colds. Why ex periment with your health? Insist upon having the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar. A. G. Luken & Co. DUBLIN. INH Dublin. Ind., March IS. Mrs. Linnie Parker and son Oren, spent Tuesday at P. M. Horner's. Miss Allie Jay has gone to live with her brother. Will Jay. i i Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snyder went to Indianapolis Wednesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Abner Croll. Mr. Casper Green Is so he can be oat again... Rev. Hnistren is staying at Frank Hoffman's while Mrs. Hillstren la over In Pennsylvania, visiting her sister. Mr. Monroe Bales is having lumber hauled from Bentonville this week and pat in kit shop. He says ha ia spins; to open the shop and run- steady this summer. Fred Carmony spent Wednesday in Indianapolis on business. Mrs. Adams is still In a very critical condition. Mr. Shipley Wilson is improving. "My three year old boy was badly constipated, bad a high fever and was in an awful condition. I gave him twe doses of Foley's Orino Laxative and the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well. Foley's Orino Laxative saved his life." A. Wolkush, Casimer, Wis. A. G. Luken ft Co. EATON. OHIO. Eaton, O., March 18. Mrs. Frank and William Walters spent Wednesday in Dayton. Mrs. Anna Ty rell spent Wednesday in Dayton. William and Ora Call leave Thursday morning for Des Moines, Iowa, for an indefinite stay. Miss Dorothy Kirkpatrick 6f New Paris, visited Miss Jessie Weaver Wednesday evening. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneu monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lnngs so that no ser ious results need be feared. The gen uine Foley's Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken ft Co. NEW PARIS. OHIO. New Paris, O., March 18. Mr. Gar rett McKee of Richmond, is seriously ill. John King and wife of New Madison was in town Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Sou era left Tuesday for Brookville, after a two weeks' vis it with her parents, of this place. Dr. Tucker of Eldorado, was the guest of Dr. Bevington Tuesday even ing. The Tuesday club met with Mrs. Kuth Tuesday evening, with Mrs.- Mc Pherson, Mrs. C. M. Mitchell and Miss Eva McKee as guests. Two papers were read, one by Mrs. Kuth. entitled "Education in Japan. "Modes of Trav el in Japan." Mrs. Minnie Pence. All responded to current events. After the close of business, lunch was serv ed. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ollie Newbern. ; ROSS LIQUID COON QEL2EOY REAPS TEE ENTIRE CR.O? Investment 10c W. ft. BOSS D3H6 CO. BURPEE'S BULK SWEET PEAS nam cy nunc A tidal power plant capable of sup plying 25,000 horsepower, is to be es tablished on the snores of Back Bay, near Portland Me. The projectors have already experimented with a smaller plant and at Thonwston, Me and it is claimed by the experience gained in the venture that the of the larger one is assured. t FARM FOR REftTY I X We faave tor lMaeMiab t w. n. I liai Albert O. Martin, Dentist. Colonial Blinding. Rooms 18 and 19. PHONE 1637 3 PER GGX3T. oh s a vines NO SOOT. DARBY COAL Kodol (EAKVm & MEYER Two cars seed potatoes in transit Irish Coolers, Ohios, Triumphs, Six Weeks, Carmen, Raleighs, Green Mountain. Crawa Jewell, Rurals and Hebrons. Car Northern crown seed oats jnst In. Largest stock of garden and field seeds In Eastern Indiana now oa display. Special prices In large quantities. Prices always right. Gap vei? Ci Meyei? Oil Main S3U EVEDWiEnirJS -IN LUH0CZQ Maybe if Cihrtfra yen Pacta, era few Ceertfrn wkat it is. Caere is entte attend toil waci. er Fesse . He 3caee CAIIRJ LUL3CZEX Cll3I?AInC Phooe tic ItW. 15-27 S-IIn. ii