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offer to early Christmas buyers the best in everything musical. For a nice Xmas present to wife, daughter, mother or sister. Take advantage of our
Holiday Prices on Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs and Talking Machines
All that we ask is for you to visit our store and get our prices and compare them with any other house. We have over 350 satisfied customers in Madi
son county. Ask them what we are for a square deal. LOOK OUT FOR OUR SPECIAL SALE OF SHEET MUSIC, DECEMBER 20th.
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Our Special Evening Clothes
and Dinner Suits
We are making a distinct specialty cf Evening Dress. To
wear the really corrict-'the really latest in Evening Dress is
just as simple as wearing the ordinary. That our customers
may be sure of the latest and best, we have secured the latest
Evening Clothes Models of the famous
ADLLR - ROCHESTER CLOTHES
This noted house has long made a distinct specialty of
Evening Dress. Their leadership in correctness and finess of
finish is acknowledged throughout the tailoring world. Our
Evening Clothes are correct to the degree that they will re
main good style until you outgrow them. To wear an Adler
Rochester Evening Dress Suit or Dinner Suit is to attain real
dress distinction.
Everting Dress Suits $30 to $45
Top Coats $25
d. S. Stariifer
THE CLOTHIER
Let It Go At That
The following i a dramatical sen
tence: A student was criticized by his
teacher for the use of the word "that,"
but it was proved that that "that" that
that that student used was that "that"
that that student should have used.
Cynthiana Democrat.
Judfce Sullivan at Hospital.
Judge Jere A. SullivaiCof Richmond,
is in Louisville for a few weeks under
going treatment at St. Joseph's Infirm
ary. Judge Sullivan has been in bad
health for a year or more, but his condi
tion is showing much improvement, and
bis friends ate hopeful that he will soon
be his former self. Long a leader in the
Democratic politics of the State, Judge
Sullivan still takes an active interest in
things political. lie is an ardent sup
porter of Gov. James B. McCreary, his
fellow-townsman. Louisville Times.
L-A-N-E-'-S every child can spell;
every grown-up knows that it means
good value in jewelry and art ware.
A Climax Christmas Present
For your wife, your daughter, mother,
sister, sweetheart or good lady friend.
nothing would be more appropriate than
a package of engraved calling cards. If
you have a plate bring it to us and we'll
gel the cards for you. It you haven't a
plate we have 30 different styles of let
tering to select from. We gel the plate
and cards both, or either, separate. Call
and see our styles. They are beauties.
Orders wanted by Dec. 24 must be in by
Dec. 15, as it takes time to gel up fine
work. Climax Printing Co.
YOUR HAIR NEEDS
PARISIAN SAGE
Unsightly matted colorless scraggy
hair made fluffy soft abundant and ra
diant with life at once. Use Parisian
Sage. It comes in 50c bottles.
The first application remove dandruff,
stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair,
takes away the dryness and brittleness,
increases the beauty of the hair, making
it wavy and lustrous.
Everbody needs Parisian Sage.
PERRY'S DRUG STORE.
Call in $1300,000 of State
Warrants.
State Treasurer Thos. S. Rhea has
called in outstanding warrants stamped
as interest-bearing between date of Oct.
1, '12 and May 21, '13, inclusive. The
interest on these warrants will stop on
Dec. 22. The amount included in this
call is approximately $1,500,000. The
Treasurer also will . disburse approxi
mately $1, 000,000 to the public schools
this mon'h.
The first of two - installments of the
December school fund apportionment
was turned over to lbs city and country
schools Thursday by the Treasurer. The
total amount disbursed was $192,440.31,
of which $400,133.62 goes to the rural
and $92,001.69 to the city schools. The
disbursements of the school fund always
runs a month behind during the fall, but
in December when lax receipts come in,
two disbursements are made, bringing tne workings of the legislative bodies
the apportionment up to dale befgre the there and gave him a knowledge, not on-
end of the calendar year. ly of political conditions, but of what
It is expected the sheriffs will cover
into the treasury $3,000,000 during De
cember, three-sevenths of the State's
entire revenue.
Milo Shanks a Prospective
Congressman.
The subjoined article from the Wav-
1 erly, N. Y., Free Pi ess will be of inter
est to the many friends in this, city and
county of Milo Shanks, a native of Rich
mond and formerly editor of the Panta
graph, of this city:
While it is a little early to tell which
way the cat is coins to jump, so far as
nominations for Congress are concerned,
already there is Ulk of a new candidate
in the field in this district. Conditions
in the Republican ranks point strongly
to Milo Shanks, of Elmira, as the next
Congressman.
Mr. Shanks is at present the editor
and owner of the Elmira Advertiser,
of which paper he took charge five years
ago. Mr. Shanks came to Elmira from
Washington. His work in the capital
city made him thoroughly familiar with
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Fine Showing. . -
A fine showing is made in Ihe state
ment just issued by the W. T. B. Wil
liams' Bank at Irvine, of which Mrs.
Kate Clark Williams, well known here,
is vice-president and a director. It has
a capital of $15,000 and a surplus of
$4,000, with individual deposits of $200.
000, while its loans and discunts to in
dividuals and other banks aggregate
over $180,000. But few banks in the
State have a more remarkable record of
success an 1 safe management than the
Williams bank. It is thought tojfbe the
only bank in the Stale which has a wo
man vice-pres ident and director.
Gossips Wrecked a Happy
Home.
The story of how small town gossip
wrecked a happy home, told on the wit
ness stand at Wauaegan, III., by John
Richardson, crippled husband of the
woman who was ridden on a rail at Vo
ls, near there, last summer, left the au
dience which crowded the small court
room thoughtful and subdued. Six wo
men were the defendants.
There were smiles when the husband,
with his twisted limbs and the assist
ance of a stout slick, hobbled from the
side of his pretty wife to the witness
chair, but there were none when he had
told his story; .
It was a simple story of love and trust
and loyalty; there was neither malice
nor resentment in it.
"I don't know why they gossiped about
my wife, unless it was because she was
pretty," said the witness. "We were
happy together. I thought that if she
went away the gossip would stop, and I
was going to borrow money so she could
make the trip, when the women attack
ed her."
The
EARLY, HE BEGAN
PUTTING MONEY
in the Bank mm
N0WHE THE B0
Young man, if you wish to be YOUR OWN BOSS, start
a bank account. Someday a business opportunity will pre
sent itself and you will have the money to take it. All big
fortunes began that way. Once you start, things come easier
each year. When you need it, it will be where you can get it
to grab a good business opportunity
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
STATE BANK & TRUST CO
CLIMAX ONE YEAR,
$1.00
How To Take Good Care of
Your Hair.
Nothing spoils your good looks so
much as homely hair stringy, dull-col
ored, harsh. Nothing adds to good looks
so much as beautiful hair soft, silkr.
wavy and glossy. 2io mailer how beau
tiful your hair is now, you can improve
its good looks by using Harmony Hair
Beaiiner. If your bair is homely and
ugly now. Harmony Hair Beautifier will
make it softer, silkier, glossier, more
beautiful in every way. It also makes it
easier to put up and helps it to "stay
put. lis ncn rose odor hides tne un
pleasant, oily smell of the hair. Har
mony Hair Beautifier is rightly named;
it beautifies the hair.
Very easy to apply simply sprinkle a
little on your bair brush each time before
brushing it. It contains no oil, and will
not change the color of the hair, nor
darken gray hair. .
To keep your nair and scalp dandruff
free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.
This pure liquid shampoo gives an in
stantaneous rich lather that immediately
penetrates to every part of hair and scalp,
insuring a quick ana tnorougn cieanswg.
Washed off just as quickly, the entire
operation takes only a lew mo
ments Uontains notning tnat can narm
the hair; leaves no harshness or sticki
ness just a sweet smelling cleanliness.
Both preparations come tn odd soaped
very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler
tops. Harmony uair ueauuner, i.w.
Harmony Shampoo, sue. Uoln guaran
teed to sr.usfy you in every way, or your
money back. Sold in this community
only at our store The Rexall Store
one of the the more than 7.(100 leading
drug stores of the United Stales, Canada
and Great Britain, which own the big
Harmony Laboratories in Boston, where
the many Harmony Perfumes and Toilet
Preparations are made. H. L. Perry's
Rexall Store, Richmond, &y.
The Shop With a Mission; LAK$
A healthy man is a king in bis own
right; an unhealthy man an unhappy
slave. For impure blood and- sluggish
liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On
the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle.
Who Can Beat This?
Ever since J. Coleman NefT, of Rich
mond, has been in the "chicken game,"
it has been bis aim to breed ai near the
standard requirements as possible, and
being convinced that the White Rocks
are the best all-purpose fowls, he has
for several years been breeding these
birds exclusively. The following pre
miums show that he has not labored in
vain and that his efforts have been re
warded in the way of premiums as few
have been. Following is a list of recent
winners: At the 1913 Richmond Show
of the Kentucky Branch of the American
Poultry Breeders Association, February
last, first cock, 2d cock, 1st hen, 3d hen.
2d cockerel, 1st pullet, 4 in pullet, 3d
pen. White Plymouth Rock Club Spe
cial for the best cock, best hen and best
pullet.
At the Blue Grass Fair, at Lexington:
1st cock, 2d cock, 3d cook, 2d hen, 1st
cockerel, 1st pullet, 2d pullet; silveroup
for highest number of points, all Rocks
competing in the show.
At the Kentucky State Fair, at Louis
ville: 1st cock, Hd cock. 3d hen. 5th hen.
1st cockerel, 2d cockerel, 3d cockerel.
1st pullet, 5th pullet, 1st pen, 110 in gold
for best display.
At the Nicholasville K. of P. Fair;
1st cock, 2d cock 1st hen, 2d hen, 1st
cockerel, 1st pullet, 2d pullet, special
premium for best female at the show.
At the Stanford Fain 1st cock. 2d
cock, 1st ben, 2d hen, 1st cockerel, 1st
pullet, 2d pullet, 1st pen.
At the Tennessee State Fair, at Nash
ville: 4th cock, 1st cockerel, 4th oocke'l,
2d pullet, 5lh pullet, 3d pen. Only made
six entries, and every bird received a
ribbon.
At the Hopkinsville Show: 1st cock,
1st hen, 1st cockerel, 2d cockerel. 1st
pullet, 1st pen. Farmers Home Jour
nal. .:
We bays verYth.log new and tresb for
making your Tbankgiving cakes.
. Dl'B. McKinoey. lftVtf
constitutes a statesman. Under his man
agement the Advertiser, the leading Re
publican paper in thisdistrict, hasgreat
Jy prospered, fully justifying the confi
dence placed in its editor by the leaders
of his party. A short time ago he pur
chased the plant.
While Mr Shanks has always been a
Republican, his leanings are strictly
Progressive. He was the leading spirit
in the Fusion cause in the recent mu
nicipal election in Eimira, and helped to
carry the allied non partisan forces to
victory against almost overwhelming
odds. All parties concede him tn ha
clean, broad-minded and four-square.
It is understood among those on the
inside that neither Dwight nor Fassett
will be in the running al the coming
election. It is said that Dwight will de
vote bimse f to State affairs ar.d confi
dently expects to place a Republican in
the Governor's chair next fall. Repub
lican leaders feel certain that the next
Congressman from this district will be
of their political faith, owing to the im
paachmentof Wm. Sulzerand the con
sequent agitation sgainst Tammanv.
Mr. Shanks seems entiLleil tn ih f...n
of the plum tree, and it is whispered
inal His old Washington friends would
welcome mm in Congressional halls.
Neuritis Follows Crippled
Nerves.
Painful Effects of Chrosic Rheuma
tism Quickly Uoutbd by Rheum a.
If your nerves are all crippled from
attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can
eisily get a sironu hold on the nerves.
This must painful disease is one of the
hardest known to expel, but KHEUMA
can reach it if given a chance. This tes
timony is positive proof:
''Last March 1 was so crinnled with
Neuritis in my left limb I could walk
scarcely al ail. Tried all remedies 1
heard of and had two physicians. Noth
ing did me any good until I used Uhf.u-
ma; also used Ksoi.ln Makiiie and
Xkbvalisb S3 00 worth of your medi
cine cured me. 'Mrs. C. E. Hayes,
Russell, Kv.
For sale by B. L. Middelton at 00 cts.
a bottle.
Have you fifty cents or fifty dollars
al Lane's you can buy gifts at any price.
Why not investigate; wise people already
n.tve. 2t.
Cottage For Rent.
Five room cottage on West Main street
opposite Judge Burnam's residence. Pos
session given January 1, 1914. Apply to
- Leslie P. Evass,
10-tf. State Bank & Trust Co.
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The Great Questions.
The currency bill is before the U. S.
Senate. The American commission on
farm finance will soon report to Con
gress. These two problems will be up
permost this winter.
By spring the United Spates will adopt
a reformed system of credits, banking
and currency that may stand for 50
years. We should all work together to
see thai this reform is carried out in a
way that is just to all the people all the
time; also that it provides means where
by farmers shall enjoy more cash, cred
its and co operation.
WEAREVER
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No. 2 size; finest grade rub
ber, smooth finish. Notice
the large, full mouth that per
mits easy and quick filling1.
Full length, extra large tub
ing and three rapid flow screw
pipes. A guaranteed outfit
and only
$1.50
Richmond Drug Co.
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