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' ' J 5m?aj Print L " X o . 39 n 1 r r m i - J . r win . i at am i mm t m,, irnrn m mm .1 -,, ,t i. a r . . i. ... ... - a - - - - mm,.. m ., in -- -, . - - - i , 1 GMEAT ! (CHJT IPMnCjIE J f p .. -j ) czp i l ,r r 1 ri Lj-x !L ! I . ! I : 1 R Holiday Presents Our line of Xmasovelties is now open tor inspection. Come and see. A nice Desk, Rocker, Smoker Stand, Sewing Stand or Taborets, in oak or mahogany. Any of them are correct presents and moderately priced. For the little folks we have have a full line of Doll Beds and Toy Furniture BENNETT and HEGGiNS UNDERTAKING Seo W. W. Broaddu &. Co. for good Ed iih Cofcl. 22 if Ve tiandl Maxwell House coffee and LadW Club Tea. D. B. McKinney. 28tf All kinds of field seeds, corn, bay mod oai:D. B McKinney. 2S tf If you burn out,you will wish you had insured. See Buroam's Insurance Agency. 14-tf All kinds of chicken feeds, grits, oys ers, shells and beef scrap, charcoal, etc., at McXinney's. 28 tf ' Start the new year right by trading with McKinney. The best of every thing in family groceries. 28 tf Oume to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. tf Plenty of Oau and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, tf R. L. Arxold & Co. The best of everything for the black cake, all fresh and new. D. B. McKIXXEY. 25 If Main Street tirocer. The Board of Regents met at the Normal School on Dec. 17th and award ed the contract for the steam heating at the Girls' Dormitory to the Richmond Heating and Plumbing Co., their bid being a trifle under the next competi tors' bid. 281t For Sale. Jersey cow, bees,and empty bee hives. 25 tf Mrs. J. L. Schlegel. Opera House Thursday, Jan. 2. On tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 2nd, there will be Been at the Opera House the Union Feature, The Auto Bandits of Paris. You should see this. fined For Giving Whisky To Minors. Claud Prewill was tried in 'Squire Dykes' court Monday afternoon on writs sworn out by John Fritz and Yip Foster charging that Prewitt had given whisky to their boys, Arthur and Hugh Fritz and James Foster, all infants in the eyes of the law. He was fined 850 and costs in each case. Public Sale. On Saturday, January 18, at 2 o'clock, I will offer for sale at public outcry house and lot on Summit. House has nine rooms, halls, bath room, closets, cellar and all modern conveniences. All in good repair. Lot is CO feet by 195 feet with good stable, buggy house, garden, etc. Terms, one-third cash.bal aoce in six and twelve months. Pos session given February 1st. GEO. U. and ANNIE C. MYERS. 29 3t Office Rooms For Rent. Two rooms over Racket Store suitable for doctor, dentist and lawyer. Heat and light furnished. 24lf For Rent Good business bouse on First Street, adjoining me, now occupied by Mike Pe ters, for rent. Apply to 21-tf A. Dobbowset. Fcr Rent Residence on Summitt and store bouse on Second street. Also 3 rooms with lost and water over store on Second street. Apply to C. T. Fox. Phone 400. 22 tf For Rent 1913. Cottage on Smith Ballard street, oc cupied bv W. D. Jones and also lot ad joining for sale. Apply to Coleman Warford. Lawrenceburg, Ky. 25-tf ftugy Rug Lost Lost a heavy buggy rug, between L. & N. depot and Snyder's stable on Wed nesday night, Dec. 25lh. Reward if re turned to Snyder's stable in Richmond. 28-tf E. P. CAMPBELL. Heifers and Cows For Sale. Four Ene Jersey heifers, two ready to bring calves in a few days. Fine red cov, ready to calve. The Jerseys came from Lexington and are high bred and show it and are beauties The red cow is a great milker. Must be sold. Rob ert Walker. Richmond, Ky. 23 It v v Card of Thanks. I want to thank each and every one " who assiste(f vme in the doll contest of which I was the lucky one. I certainly appreciate every vote I received. An na Lee Parks. Madison Lodge, L O. O. F, Ejects Officers. At the meeting of Madison Lodge, No. 14, I. O. O. F., Monday night these offi cers were elected for the ensuing year: Jf. G.. 8. L. Powell; V. G., H. M. Tay- ior; Secretary, Wm. 8. Broaddus: Treas urer. W. J. Stewart; Host, 8. L. Jones; Pmwrn Committee: C. C. Wallace, T. 8. Todd, G. W. T. Deatherage. Stale Bank Makes Useful Gifts. The State Bank & Trust Co. is pre senting it many patrons and friends with a useful gift in a bandsome diary and note book. The book baa a hand' some cover and a space to record the happenings of each day of the year which begun some six hours ago. The book also contains much useful infor mation and is a thin to be appreciated, Motor Bus Quits. The Motor Bus, which began on Nov. . 23rd to make daily trips between this ciiv and Lexineton. has riven up the ghost until spring time comes with bet ter weather. Lack of petronage and beavv roads are ci en as the reason for stooDlnc the bus for a while. Until spring Mr. Thomas, we are informed, will run bis big machine between Lan caster and Nicholas ville, making daily round-trips between those places. Card of Thanks. Ws desire to express our heartiest apprciation of the liberal patronage riven us by the good people of Rich mood and Madison county during th year 1912, and to solicit a continuance of your business during the ensuing year, guaranteeing the same honest work that we feel Is largely responsible for the growth of our business during the pst years. Very cordially, W. M. &. H.. E. BOWMAN. Withdrawn At $3,010. W. A. Lanford, as agent for the hoirs of the T. J. Scott, deceased, offered at public auction Saturday afternoon the brick residence on Third street, now occupied by Mr. S. E. Scott. The high est bid was t3,010, which was not con sidered any hiog like the value of the property and it was withdrawn. Little Mabel Montgomery Gets Stove. The beautiful little -cook stove given away by W. F. Higgins, was won by little Miss Mabel Montgomery, daughter of W. R. Montgomery, wbo resides on Fifth street. The pretty little article stove was offered as a prize in a picture coloring contest and Mabel, aged nine, won it. There were some 75 or more contestants and the work of many of them, especially of the winner, was very fine. Every thing to make hens thrive, at McKinncy's. lay and 28 if The Sale You Have Waited For; The Sale That Saves You Money On New Year's Day, we begin a great clearance sale of Suits and Overcoats. This sale is several weeks earlier than usual and affords an opportun ' ity to make your selections while assortments are practically unbroken, and while the greater part of winter is still before us. We ask you to bear in mind that this is a One Price store, and that these reductions are made from prices originally low, and not from prices marked for the purpose of "jewing". Terms Cash To One And All. Here are the prices on all our finest Suits and Overcoats At Nineteen-Fifty you take unlimit ed choice of all our Twenty-Five Dol lar Suits and Overcoats, the very tin est clothing: sold in Richmond at any price. AH bear the Kenton label, the safest guarantee of clothes satisfaction known to us. Plenty oi the finest now to choose from, but they'll go fast, and you'd better 'come early for best pick $25.00 for $19.50 1 fe)n All our Eighteen and Twenty Dol lar Suits and Overcoats, the newest styles of the season, go at Fittetn Fifty. An extremely low price for fine hand-tailored garments that fit better and wear longer than those made to order at twenty-five and thirty dollars. The Kenton make, and very fine at the price $15.50 Twelve-Fifty is a mighty low price for a good Suit, Overcoat or Rain Coat. In this sale it buys choice of all that sold for $15.00, $16.50 and $17.00. These were strong values at first prices, now extraordinary bar gains at $12.50 Now don't turn up your nose at Nine-Fifty. You probably never paid so little for a Suit or Overcoat In your life, but these are really good ones, our regular Twelve-Fifty lines, and worthy values at that price now cut to $9.50 Brand new Suits and Overcoats, unusual wearing quality at the price; some extra heavy work suits; others made of stylish fabrics suitable fcr dress-up wear; all great values a1 Eight-Fifty One Hundred Suits, Former Prices $15.00 to $25.00 Now For Choice These suits were brought over from last winter, and styles are practi cally the same as now. Quality the very best, many are especially heavy, warm cassimeres, cheviots and worsteds; none sold below fifteen dollars, most of them were $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00; your choice now for $10.00 50 Young Men's Suits, Formerly Priced $10 to $15 Now For Choice Sizes 32 to 35 for young men 16 to 20 years; heavy, warm suits carried in stock since last winter; quality first class, and great bargains at the price. A few were $10.00; the rest were $12.50 and $15.00, closing out at choice for $5.00 V,"a t.&r.cie Li ieton Crt-am Flour. D. B. licKiacey. Gro- Kingston Lodge No. 315, Elects Officers. At the annual "lection of officers Kings ton Lodge, No. 315, F. & A. M., chose officers for the ensuing year as folllows; Luther Todd, W. M., J. S. Hockady. S. W., J. C. Gilbert, J. W., J. W. Hendren, Treasurer, R. L. Potts, Secretary, Wil liam Hendricks, Tyler A. B. Ellison was appointed S. U. and F. J. Eakio, J. D. Before the eleciion of officers the third degree was conferred on George Bishop and at the' completion of this and the election of officers a delightful repast was partaken of. The retiring Master was presented with a handsome Masonic ring as a token of the high ap preciation of him by his fellow brothers and his faithf jI and efficient work as Master of the Lodge. We pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. D. B. McKinney. 23 tf j A Commendable Deed. They who give to the poor and needy and bring sunshine and gladness to hearts in gloom should of all people be remembered in the sweet hereafter and stars in the crowns of such ministering angels will shine the brightest when the great day of judgment shall have dawn ed. Women lead in most of the good and charitable deeds and to them should all glory and honor be given. II ad it not been for two good Richmond women some 150 of the less fortunate of this ci ty would not have had a good Christmas dinner and in fact they might have bad no dinner at all. These women are Mes dames M. C. Kellogg and Samuel A. Deatherage and to them the thanks of of the community are due. As stated in these clumni before, the Elks have here tofore dined poor children on Christmas day but this year they chose other meth ods by which to dispense charity. This meant that many poor children would go hungry on the gladdest day of the year and Mrs. Kellogg and Mrs. Death erage knew it, so they set to work to supply what looked then like the mist ing link. In hr husband Mrs. Kellogg found a mo t willing helper and the same was the case in Mrs. Deatherage's home. "My house will furnish the eat ables," said Mr Kellogg, "my husband and I will prepare the meal," replied Mrs. Deaiherage and the dinner was as sured. It takes some work to prepare a dinner for 150 people, and hungry ones at that, but Mrs. Deatherage was equal to the occasion and had already proven her ability as a caterer. And the result was, over 1C0 little children had a splen did dinner in the Masonic Temp:e on Chsimas day and some 40 or 50 others were furnished with lunches sent to their homes. And besides this. Mr. Kellogg, wbo made an excellent Santa C'aus, gave each child a garment of some kind snd a sack well filled with candy and fruits. The day must ha'-e been a happy one to the promoters at.d all others who contributed to the plea sure of those nho know so little hapjii' ne!s and whose wants are so uumerots, Let those who enlisted so nobly in t'.le divine enterprise rejoice, for C-l not tie faster say: "Inasmuch as ye Uvo d' ;e it unto one cf tU least t ! : - y o M 0 Boys' Suits and Overcoats Boys take pride in saying their clothes come from Coving ton & Banks'; and we take pride in their confidence and good will In this big Clothing Sale, we include a great assortment of the newest and finest Suits and Overcoats for boys. Every gar ment was originally marked low 'in accordance with our One Price system; now at these cut prices they are bargains extraor dinary. Suits and Overcoats priced as follows: for 2.95; $5 00 3.95; IS for 4.95 $7.50 c nc. $9.00 ; oc J0.00 V'7V $3.50 4.00 V 4 8.00 V Bargain Overcoats 5mall sizes only from 33 to 36; odds and ends and broken lots out of style; quality good but they must be sold. Divided into three lots and priced as follows Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 Goats and Vest at $1.50 Sizes 34 to 36 for small men and big boys. Splendid material, but out of style and sold at Over a'i prices; Coat and Vest for $ 1 50 Men's Pants Great stock of Odd Pants, including fine Wor steds, Serges and Cheviots fo dress-up wean and extra quality Corduroys, Kerseys, Cassimers for work day service; new, up-to-the-minute styles at greatly reduced prices $2.50 $6.00 6.50 for 1.95; for 4.95; $3.50 $7.00 7.50 for 2.95; for 5.95 IB sTLiat At $i.oo and $1.50 About fifty Boys' Suits on the bargain counter and sold for a song. Good quality but out of style. Sizes up to 6 years, $ 1 .00; larger sizes 5150 JBargalim Paints Si.oo Fine quality, but small sizes only, and out of style. Take your choice for 51.00 This merchandise will go with a rush at these prices, arid early buying is necessary for best selections Nothing Charged 1 ' i rn V. 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