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The Madisonian. (Richmond, Ky.) 1913-1914, December 09, 1913, Image 8

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New Linotype
The Harrodsburg Herald
which is a most excellent paper
has bought a fine linotype and
will install the same at once.
Farmers Tobacco
Experienced Men Courteous' Treatment
free Stalls for Teams Prompt Payment
Our Auctioneer is unsur
passed, and we are in a
position to guarantee sat
isfaction in every respect
i ne tieraiu nas issued a mam
moth edition of 16 pages, a large
part of which was nothing but
advertisements, which speaks
well for the prosperity of the
plant and the energy of the busi
ness people of that city.
Exchanges which come to our
table show that the citizens of
Groceries, Queensware,
Feed, Salt, Poultry Feed,
Supplies of All Kinds
Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, W. Main St.
sister cities use printers ink more
liberally than our home people.
We make a specialty of selling nothing
but the best grades of Clover, Timothy,
Clean Blue Grass, Orchard Crass, Red
Feed and Seed Oats. Give us a call
Phone 72 and 144. Covington, Thorpe &
Co. n.tf
J. N. Saunders Honored
With Banquet
Members of Lincoln Lodge No.
60, F. &. A. M.. gave a delightful
celebration on Friday evening.
December 5th, in honor of the
election of J. N. Saunders, of
Stanford, as Grand Junior War
den of the Grand Lodge of Ma
sons of the state of Kentucky.
The surrounding lodge officers
and their ladies were in attend-!
ance, and a delightful evening
was spent.
A. D. Estes wants your trade. He car
ries a full line of fresh groceries, fruits and
vegetables. 49-tf
Electric Power Proposed
Plans are being made by the
electric light people of Danville !
to extend power and light wires
to Junction City and farmers and 1
residents along tne pike, and re
ports are also current that in ad
dition to this "Little
extend the "juice"
on to
btantord, where there is a great
demand for electric power.
Got the Florist
MRS. PRESCOTT had just heard of
the illness of a dear friend. She was
about to leave town that morning for
an extended trip. There was no time to
call. Turning to the. telephone, she got
the florist and ordered a choice selection
of roses sent with her card to the address
ot the invalid.
Without the telephone she would have been
k unable to do this little act of kindness.
ffi J
Pay highest cash prices or trade for pro
duce. John Malloys. 49-lt t
Donation for the Poor
Dr. Quisenberry wishes to call
the attention of the people to a
Donation for the Poor ot the city.
The doors of his church will
be open to receive food, clothing,
toys or anything you wish to
give on Tuesday December 23.
Drop the Doctor a card or call'
him over the phone.
Furnished Rooms for Rent. Apply to
Mrs. Northcutt. 206 N. Third St 49-3t
Light Plant Employe At Win
chester Killed
The Stove of a
Hundred Uses
Like all other things
electrical, this Stove hat
a hundred useful points.
Can be operated from
any lamp socket
Kentucky Utilities Co., Inc.
Thos. Baskett, aged 41 years,
was electrocuted at the city light
plant last Wendnesday night
about 8 o'clock when 2,300 volts
of electricity passed through his
dotly, causing almost instant
death. Physician's aid was im-
j mediately rendered and every ef-!
! fort was made to restore life, but
he was beyond aid.
j Mr. Baskett was a skilled me-'
chanic and had been employed at
j the plant for several years. He
had, placed a plug in the switch-
board but in some way took hold
of it so that he got the full cur
rent of the wires.
Mr. Baskett is survived by a
wife and three children.
Fish and Oysters,
Fridays, A. D. Estes.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Lath. Wan
ton Lnmber Co. Phone 425. 16-tf
sg $( -A
Evening Clothes
and Dinner Suits
We are making a distinct specialty of Evening Dress.
To wear the really correct 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 newest Evening Clothes Models of the
Ad!IlirMsl(Sair Qdilb&s
This noted house has long made a distinct specialty of
Evening Dress. Their leadership in correctness and fine
ness of finish is acknowledged throughout the tailoring
Our Evening Clothes are correct to the degree
they will remain good style until you outgrow them.
To wear an Adler-Rochester Evening Dress Suit is to
attain real dress distinction.
Evening Dress Suits - $30 to $45
rnnerSiiits -- - $25 to $40
J. S. Stanifer
'JYome of Good (2oth
Executors Notice
Mail valued at between $30, 000
and $70,000 was stolen recently
from an eastbound Michigan Cen
tral Railroad train near Dowagic, j them to the
Michigan, was traced to South j January 1st,
uend, lnd.
No trace of the thieves or miss
ing valuables, however was found
All persons having claims
against the estates of Cyrus T. 1
Fox are requested to present
undersigned before '
properly proven. I
Otherwise they will be barred.
Mrs. C. T. Fox.
48-4t Executrix. 1
We are looking tor new business and
want you to try us when In need of good
goods. Covington. Thorpe & Co. U if
Fancy Family Groceries, lowest
for cash at John Malloys.
Successor to Vaugh & VanDeveer
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
We want your logs, or will Mw them for W. guarantee quick delivery of tvery
you while you wait. Blanton Lumber Co. thing you buy and will appreciate your
Phone 425. 16-tf orders. If you have not tried us giv us
u ! a call, 232 West Main street, Richmond,
Drew Making and Alterations a Spec- j Ky- Covington. Thorpe & Co. 111
laity. Mrs. W. Jones, at Singer Office. . 00
3Ut( A. D. Estes buys and sells product. 49-tf
St or phone SH&
Apply 319 Third
We keep on hand always the best gro
eerie that money can buy and sell them
as cheap as the cheapest. Phone 72 and
144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. 11 tf
Everything In the grocery line at John
Malloys. 4y.it
Remember when you come to town and !
want seed that Covington, Thorpe & Co. j
handle the best that can be bought and
will sell them worth the money. Come :
and see us at 232 West Main street. 11 tf
Red Cedar Shingles.
Co. Phone 425.
16 tf
The good things for black cake at John
Malloys. 49-lt
Phone 614
Cor. Main and Collins Sts.
The Madisonlan $1 Per Year

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