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ITneaiialefJ for Fit. Stvle and Long Service. In our many years experience, always striving for the
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Highest stanoara oi quality, we nave never iuuuu su mum vaiuw m any i wiuujuig v. am.ui.vui.
It excels in Fit, excels in Style, excels in that Quality that wears long and retains its shape and color. The
coats have hand-made collars that snugly fit the neck; the coat fronts are lined with the finest hair cloth
that prevents sagging, wrinkling or breaking across the chest, while the inside canvas thoroughly shrunken
will not further shrink when wet 'and pull the coat out of shape. Kenton clothing fits and satisfies, try it.
For fall and winter we show one of the.largest and most complete collection of Suits, Overcoats and
Raincoats in the State outside of Louisville. Fine Worsteds, Thibets, Chinchillas and Cheviots in every
variation of fashionable color, tailored in the newest styles. In full confidence of our ability to setve you
as well as any store in Kentucky, we invite you to come to us for your winter outfit.
Kenton Suits and Overcoats, $15, 17, 18, 20, 22.50, $25
Qther Great Values, $10, 8.50, 8.00, 7.50, $5 ' "
Special sizes and models for men of every shape and build, tall or short, stout or lean
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CORDUROY CLOTHING
This store has a preat reputation on Cordu
roys good quality made it and good quality
must sustain it. stock of Corduroy Suits,
plain conservative styles and snappy sports
man styles at extremely close prices for such
quality
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An immense stock of Corduroy Pants, made
from trie toughest and best stock, sewed with
strongest waxed flax thread and double cable
lock stitch that absolutely prevents ripping.
Siz-'s up to 50 and lengths to 3G $2.50, H.00,
:'...")0 and $4. Cheaper ones as low as $L50
WARM UNDERWEAR
Two Piece and Union Suits
Wix.l llecce, cotton fleece, silk fleece, derby
ribbvd, t amers hair and natural wools that,
do not shrink- anything and everything in
good Underwear. Our "Royal Silk" is pure
siik p!uh, the most luxurious made for 'ten-
dor skins. 50c, $1, $1.50
Worth 10 Cents
Positively guaranteed to equal any 10 cent sot sold
in Madison county. Heavy blue or brown mixed and
o lly G cents. We buy in hun
dred dozen lots direct from the factory, while other
dealers buy iu small lots from jobbers. We cut out
the jobber of middle man with hfs expenses and pro
fits. Buy your winter Sox here and save.
NEWEST HATS T
In size and extent our Hat stock looks like a great city store. You'll
find colors, shapes, styles and prices to suit every fancy and qimlity is
fully guaranteed in each and every bat Koelofs, Alundheim, Stetson
and other leading brands
$1.00 TO $5.00
Caps in great variety Corduroy, Kersey, Cassimere and fine Fur, all
styles 23c up.
BOYS' OUTFITS '
Everything for boys of all age Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Gloves,
Shoes. Rubbers, Underwear, Shirts, Collars and Ties top quality, la
all. black Cat Stockings are the strongest in the world, the quaiity
will astonish you.
Cotton Gloves 6 Cents Pair
Same you pay tea cents for everywhere else. We buy Gloves in
great quantities, just as we do sox.
SHIRT SATISFACTION
can be easily found here. Great assortment to choose from. All
styles in white or fancy, plain or pleated bosoms, cuffs and collars
attached or separate. Our Colossus Shirt is made especially for fat
men extra large all over. Prices
50c, $1,31.25, $150
.Extra Work Shirts, neat patterns, strongly made with long sleeves
and tails
Price 50 cents
ONE PRICfe
No "jewing" or pricing up to make room to fall one price the
same to all nd that guaranteed against all competition. Every
thing else in men's and boys' wear Overalls, Hunting Coats, Col
lars, Mu filers. Ties, Suspenders quality first, then price the low
est possible
COVINGTON AND BANKS
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Come and see our Moose Hide Shoes and
save One to Two Dollars a pair
PRICE. $5, $6, $7, $8. $9
1721 yzu
For Sale.
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1; li.r.iiiiL' house with established busi
Apply at this ollice.
Blacksmith Shop For Rent
simp hii'I tools, corner First and Water.
A i : to Mrs. A. C. Buchanan. 12-lf
For Rent
Aim two elegant office rooms over
Ytvtjrr's jewelry store.
l:tti Tuune -'Hi Coluy Taylor.
Undergoes Operation.
Air. Perry Da- ulsou, of the Eastern
Kentucky Slate Normal School, left the
city for Lexington, Friday, where be
will undergo an operation for appendi
citis.
Wanted,
A tuMiion as book keeper and stenog-
Irapher by a lady of experience. Can
give references. Telephone 2S5. lS-lm
Turkeys For Sale.
I.Hnre White Holland turkeys. Mrs.
T. II C ollins, Phone 1S2. 19-21 .
For Sale.
Few extra good Hourbon Red Turkey
g bb!crs. A. U. &. C. 1). Miller. 20-tf
For Rent
The residence on North street of Mrs.
A. T. Million for rent for the year 1914.
fall on or address Dr. K. E. Million.
Phone 2!i. 19-lf
Lost Hog.
Black and white spotted sow, weight
about 2. 0 pounds, hole in right ear. A
reasonable reward for information. F.
J. Wbiuaker, Newby, Ky. 20-lt
Lstray Hog.
Sow, weighing about 125 pounds, came
to ny place about the middle of Nov.,
and hi.s since been cared for by me. The
owner can have same by paying charges.
Lee Golt. 20-2t
House For Rent
Collins street. All modern
improvements, electric light, gas, hot
and cold water. Possession given Jan.
1 mi. Jno. M.Kiffe. Phone 518. 20-tf
Rooms For Rent
v:.i. r.,.r.;uVial rnnmi for rent: elec
trie litht and batii, at 507 West Main
street. Phone dl.
It Mks. Mabt B. Clat.
Lxaminations For School
Teachers.
On Friday and Saturday, January 9
...j m ; . : ;lt va tiAlH fnr
u iu, examination i m.-
those teachers who desire to qualify to
leach in the Richmond city scnoois.
U. W. liniDoiH, Supt. -By
order of School Board.
Public Sale
As I am going out of the livery bust
ness, I will sel', at pub'.io auciior, at
my stable opposite Opera Il'mse, on
SATLRDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
ENTIRE LIVERY OUTFIT.
consisting of 8 bead of horses; 9 buggies;
12 sets tingle harness; 3 sets double bar-
Bess; 2 sets wagon harness; wagonette.
good as new; furniture wagon; 1 good
spring wagon; t good surrey; dusters,
f"fs, halters, and office -outfit.
Terms-AU sums over 120 due March
1. 1914. with negotiable note; under $20
wi in hand.
J. W. MARTIN.
Lokq Tom Chksacut, Auctioneer." -
For Rent at Speedwell.
House with six rooms, three acres of
ground, orchard and necessary outbuild
'ngs. Mrs. CJeo. Powell, Richmond. Ky.
Phone 739. 10-tf
BIRTHS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lancaster. Jr.. of
Lexington, are rejoicing over the arrival
at their home, December 15, of a fine
i. Mrs. Lancaster was, before her
marriage. Miss Delia Pigs, and has
many friends here who extend hearty
congratulations.
Foot Crushed By.Train.
William McKiasey, an employe of the
railroad, met with a painful accident
last Friday moraing at the L. & N. de
pot. Mr. McKinsey was in the act of
stepping from tbe morning train, when
his loot slipped and was caught under
the wheel, crushing his toes into a pulp.
lie was taken to the 1'allie A. Clay In
firmary, where four of bis toes were
removed.
Watermelon in December.
Mr. Ira Foster has presented the Climax
wuh one of the finest specimens of water
melon we hate ever seen. It was grown
by Mr. Foster in August and to aU ap
pearances is as fresh as when taken
from the field. Unfortunately we failed
to see Mr. Foster kfn he left it at our
office so are not able to slate, what pro
cess is used for pr4
so periectiy.
serving it so long and
Stricken with Paralysis.
Mrs. Mary Burr
most estimable o
stroke of paralysis
as a result, is in a
dition. The disea
right side, and cons
age, being past sev
and mends are v
garding the outo
Messrs. Frank and
Mrs. C. T. Langfor
. one of White Hall's
ladies, suffered a
undav morning, and
ery dangerous con-
affected tbe en tn e
erini? her advanced
itv vears. herfamilv
ry apprehensive re-
ie. tier cnnaren,
iordon Burgin and
are at her bedside.
Mrs. Collir
After Lor!
After an illness ot
Florence Coy, the
Coy, died at their hoi
pike, two miles fro
great sufferer, but v
it all. Her death hai
some time and did
prise to ber family
Coy Dies
Illness.
everal years Mrs.
lfe of Mr. Collins
e on the Lancaster
town. She was a
y patient through
been expected for
ot come as a sur
ie was thedaugh
ter John 8. Long, anulwas the first to be
taken of a family ol eleven children
She was fifty-one yea old. While in
good health she was always ready to
administer to tbe sick and altiicted, and
would leave her work if. home and stay
with the sick for several days at a time,
While on her bed of illaess, she request
ed ber family to make bo outward, dis
play, but to put her awiy as plainly and
quietly as possible. There must bave
been a Christ-like spirit within her, for
we can search the Scriptures and in
them we will find that in all His works
they were performed in tbe most si mole
and humble manner possible. Besides
ber husband and daughter. Mrs. Smith
Uagan, of While Hall, she leaves three
sisters and seven brothers. They are:
Mrs. Julia A. Ros Mrs. John X. Todd,
Mrs. A. J, Ross, Messrs. James, Nicho
las, John. Riohard. Andrew, Jeff and
Joseph T. Long. She was laid to rest
in tbe Richmond Cemetery. Friday af
ternoon, at 3 o'clock. The family baa
the deepest sympathy of their mends.
Diphtheria. Proves Fatal
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turpin have
the deep sympathy of the community in
the death of their bright little daughter,
Mary Katherine, who died on Tuesday
night of diphtheria, age six years. In
terment look place Wednesday morning
in Richmond Cemetery.
Thieves Raid Mr. Searcy's
Chicken Roost
Thieves ra'ded the chicken roost of
Hon. C. L. Searcy, near Waco, Friday
night, and carried away about five dozen
of his choice birds. The fowls stolen
roosled at the barn and so cunning were
so cunning were the thieves that not the
least disturbance was made during the
raid, which was thorough, as not a sin.
gle chicken was left for Mr. Searcy's
Christmas salad.
Services at Catholic Church.
Services at the Catholic church will
be as follows on Christmas:
Masses at 5, 7 and 9i.m.
High mass at 5 o'clock, with special
musio by the choir.
Low mass at 7, with special singing by
children's choir.
High mass at 9 and sermon by Father
O'Brien, followed by Benediction.
The choir will render the following at
both the 5 and 9 o'clock masses:
Kyiie Eleison mass in O Roserwig
Gloria in Excelis
Credo .
Adeste Ftdelis ..... ..
Sanctas Rosnb'g
Benedictus .
Agnus Dei "
Benediction '
O, Salularis Hostia Wiegand
Tantem Ergo ...... . Hamma
Genilori Genitoque Hamma
THE PRICE WE ARE GETTING FOR TO
BACCO ON OUR FLOOR IS THE HIGH
EST ON THIS MARKET.
THERE IS A REASON-
Good Lights, Big Floor,
Up-to-date Equipment and
Experienced Management -
THESE THINGS GET YOU THE TOP
PRICE FOR YOUR TOBACCO.
The Big House
THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
NEAR THE OLD L. & A. DEPOT.
Lost
Mouse colored glove for right band.
Finder please return to this office. It
Residence For Rent
Four-room cottage on Moberly ave.,
well improved. Apply to Mrs. Creoia
Cotton. Silver Creek, Ky. 20-1 m
Former Resident Dies In
Lexington.
Mrs. Margaret O'Toole O'Mara, aged
77 years, died at her home, 183 North
Hanover avenue, Lexington, Sunday at
noon, from the infirmities of old age.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs.
W. L). Coons. Mrs. James Barnes and
Miss Katie O'Toole. The remains were
brought to this city Tuesday morning,
and after a brief service at the grave,
her remains were laid to rest in tbe
Richmond Cemetery. Mr. O'Mara was
a resident of this city for a number of
years. About two years ago she dis
posed of ber property in this city and
moved to Lexington, where she and ber
daughter. Miss Katie O'Too'e. bave
sinoe resided. Deceased waa greatly be.
loved by a large oircle of friends, who
deeply depore ner aeain. ine greatest
sympathy is extended to the bereaved
family.
Church Items. -
Next Sunday night a special musical
program will be given at tbe Christian
churoh. All are cordially invited to at
tend. The Christmas servioes were held on
Tuesday night at 7 p. m. The progra m
of tbe primary department was given
at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
School Closed.
Miss Lillian Maupin, daughter of F.C.
Maupin, of Berea. who has served two
years as principal of tbe Baldwin school,
and ber assistant teacher. Miss Mary
Harris, of Richmond, closed their school
December 19, with a large attendance.
A Christmas tree was the principal fea
ture, and was greatly appreciated by
three hundred people.
"Arizona" At Alhambra.
America's greatest Western play,
"Arizona," by Augustus Thomas, adapt
ed for motion piotures by the author,
will be shown at the Alhambra on Mon
day, Dee. 29tb. "Arizona" has been im
mortalized in the memories of millions.
There are 210 superb scenes in this play,
faithfully portraying the greatest play
in American history. An all-star cast
will present this play, many of whom
are your'old favorites. Admission, 10c.
Mr. James Thomas Berry Dies
In Lexington.
The -Lexington Leader contains the
following nonce of the death in that city
of Mr. James T. Berry, formerly a resi
dent and beloved citizen of this c.ty:
At the advanced age of S'2 years, Mr.
James T. berry, father of Geo. M. Ber
ry, the well known commercial traveler
of this city, died Friday afternoon at
4:45 o'clock at the home of bis son, ::so
S. Spring street.
Mr. Berry was a native of Madison
county and was one of the best-known
and most highly esteemed citizens in
that section, lie was for years deputy
assessor and assessor of Madison county,
serving until the last two years, when be
was city assessor of Richmond. Few
men in Madison county had a' more ex
tensive acquaintance among the people
of that county than Mr. Berry, and his
knowledge of property values, particu
larly of farm lands, was extensive and
reliable. He was one of the best post
ed men in Kentucky on the history of
Madison county, and was an authority
on hislorieal data concerning places and
prominent people in that section, lie
possessed a remarkable memory fortius
kind of information and had be been in
clined to literary pursuits, could bave
perhaps written the best history of that
historic county of any man within its
borders.
He was one of the few men who re
membered the famous "Kit" Carson,
who was born on Tastes Creek, in that
county, and when a smalt boy left for
the unexplored West to win fume as a
pioneer and Indian tfghter.
Mr. Berry remembered distinctly tbe
day that little "Kit," then so small that
he could scarcely bold on the saddle,
riding behind bis father as be cantered
away from Kentucky for the West and
bade "Kit" and bis family good bye.
This and many other incidents of fam
ous folk who were born and reared in
"Old Madison" and who made history
for the State and nation, among them
Gen. C.ssius Marcellus Clay, Gov. Wm.
J. Stone, Gov. David R. Francis, of Mis
souri, and other celebrities be knew, he
delighted to recount. He was a verita
ble store house of historical information
and bis death is a distinct loss to that
county and the Slate at large.
Personally he was one of the most ge
nial and amiable of men and his unfail
ing good humor, extensive knowledge
and broad experience made him a wel
come visitor and a most delightful com
panion. Owing to failing health and advanced
age, be retired from official life about
two years ago, and with his aged wife
came to Lexington to make bis home
with his son. Mrs. Berry died shortly
afterwards, and now the venerable bus
band, full of years and honors, esteemed
and loved by all who knew him for his
many noble virtues, goes to join ber in
the great beyond.
lies ides his son Mr. Berry is survived
by three sisters Mrs. J. M. Uendroo,
Mrs. W. II. West and Miss Lizzie 1 Jer
ry, all of Madison county.
The body was taken to Richmond in
an automobile Sunday morning, arriv
ing at the Richmond ' Cemetery about
10:30 o'clock, where the fuueral services
and interment were held.
Contract Awarded.
Contract has been awarded Todd &
Son for a number of improvements at
the Government building, among which
will be the removal of a section of the
private mail boxes and substitute tbero
for a department-for parcel post pack
ages. Other improvements will be made
which will add to the convenience of
the postoffice officials.
Old-fashioned New Orleans Molasses
and Country Sorghum,
lG-tf. Lackey & Todd.
"Still On The Water Wagon
With a Good Set of Tires."
Tribute Paid to The Neal
Treatment by Ohioan
Who Quickly Routed
Drink Habit.
- "I am still on the water wagon with a
good set of tires under me," is what a
former patient of the Cincinnati Nkal
Institute, writes from his Ohio home
to the Avondale institution for the cure
of alcoholism.
Climbing aboard the water wagon is
comparatively easy. Sticking there any
length of time is what is hard. The
Neal Treatment provides the required
"sticking power," for the reason that it
quickly knocks out the alcoholic poison
which, found in the system of all drink
ers, is what causes so many people of
good intentions to topple off the water
was on before they have ridden very far.
. The Neal Treatment is a physician's
harmless vegetable remedy, which is
taken internally, with no dangerous hy
podermic injection. The results are
tonic in effect and in three days all de
sire is changed to dislike for everything
alcoholic.
There is no publicity. Names are
never revealed. Your own investigation
is not only invited, but urged. Call in
person, or address for booklet the Neal
Isstitctb, 601 Maple ave., Cincinnati.
Ohio. Telephone Avon 4010. Other Ohio
Neal Institutes at Columbus and Cleve
Ask Santa to bring FURNITURE.
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Mr & Mr s . Pre s ent Hunter :
If you want, your Christmas gifts to be sane
and sensible, give pretty articles of Furniture
for presents A wifNe cannot, be better suited
than with some extra handsome Tables, Chairs or
Davenport, or perhaps a Monarch Malleable Range,
a Kitchen Cabinet or an Ideal Fireless Cooker,
Come to our store and you can get this CHRISTMAS
WORRY off your mind in thirty minutes. We'll
help you solve the problem and our prices will be
fair enough to allow you to buy all the presents
you want to . -
W. R. HIGGINS
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES AND
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER
Opposite Hotel Glyndon Telephone 474
RANGES

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