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Great Sweep - Out Sale
TO REDUCE STOCK AND GET MONEY Sale Begins FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13th and Closes MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd. , Don't Forget The Date ! The best lines of SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS will be offered at this sale. Nothing will be charged, so bring your money with you. On Tuesday, February 24th, at 3 o'clock p. m., will be given' a Gold Watch to the lucky holder of Cash Ticket Inquire for particulars. THE ONE PRICE MOUSE r Announcement The Kentucky Utilities Com pany wish to announce that in accordance with their customary broad policy of "Customers First" that the usual low price on all things electrical will prevail dur ing the year Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen. For your infor mation they wish to state that this includes electric irons, grills, coffee percolators, toasters, vacu um cleaners, lamps, (Mazda and SPECIAL OFFER The Madisonian AND Daily Courier-Journal (Except BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY With Daily Louisville Times $4.00 This offer is good only during the months of Jan uary and February. After February 28, 1914, the price of the Daily Courier-Journal alone will be $6.00. The Madisonian With Weekly Enquirer . . . With Daily Cincinnati Post . . . With Daily Louisville Herald . . With Daily Evening Post . . 'With Sunday's Lexington Leader . With Daily Lexington Herald . . Grandma's Telephone Visits GRANDMA SMITH is a sprightly old lady who likes to keep in touch with things. In the next town lives another dear old lady who was Grandma's school mate, and of whom she is very fond. It is impossible for the two old ladies to do much visiting, but every day they call each other up on the telephone and have he most delightful chats. No one gets more comfort and pleasure out of the family telephnoe than Grandma. CUMBERUAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED . others) fans, motors etc, The Company's District Mana ger invites criticism of service rendered, all such complaints re ceiving careful and prompt con sideration at all times. ' '52-tf Suspenders 19c at Sextons. 5-2t Thomas Taggart announces that he will not make the race for United States Senator, but will support Senator Shively. Shirts at Sextons now 39c 5-2t Sunday) $4.00 $1.35 3.50 3.25 $3.70 2.00 6.00 'Two Old Conf ederates" Whenihose "Two Old Confed erates," Col. Tom Booker and Capt. Tony Miller, assisted by Polk Miller's Old South Quartette of genuineyirginia negroes, come to the Caldwell High School Aud itorium on February 13, 8 p. m. the people of Richmond will have an opportunity to hear one of the most delightful and unique enter tainments ever presented on any stage. V There is no other combination of entertainers in the world like this. Col. Booker and Capt Miller are both old time Virginia gentle men who served under General Robert E. Lee. When they sur rendered with him at Appomat tox Court House, they laid down 1& i-. their muskets and went back home to find their old plantations stripped of everything in the way of worldly possessions, but they went to work like real men to make the best possible use of the limited opportunities before them and they have succeeded. These two old heroes have started out on their present cam paign with banjos under their arms instead of muskets on their shoulders, and they have captured everybody they meet. They tell some very humorous stories of the old times in the south, play the "Old Virginia Reel" and the "Arkansas Traveler" in a way that makes it hard for those in the audience to keep their feet still, and when they turn loose that quartette of earthquakes, those four Virginia negroes, who as one critic has said, "look like farm hands and sing like Caru so's," in such songs as "Old Dan Tucker," "Shouting Moaners," the "Huckleberry Picnic" to say nothing of "Dear .Old Dixie," it fairly thrills the blood. Every old Confederate or Union soldier within miles of Richmond will be on hand for this enter tainment. You could not keep them away. School children will be on hand in abundance, for this entertainment appeals to both young and old. Those who fail to attend will miss a never-to-be forgotten treat. (Adv. oo-5- Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Lath. Blan tonLnmberCo. Phone 425. 16-tt FOUND Pocket book on Lancaster Ave. Owner can have same by 'describ ing it and paying for this v notice. Phone 617." v: , . i'.L Having handled nothing but Silver Laced Wyandotte chickensfor the past fifteen years, we feel (we are) entirely within bounds when we claim for them first place for all purpose fowls. Stock and eggs fot sale at reasonable prices. J. L. GRIGGS 50-3m6 , Doylesville Ky. Hats now 75c at Sextons. 5-2t : $5. Crossett shoes -now $3.79 at Sextons. 5-2t -oo- Wrights underwear 79c at Sextons. 5-2t oo Hans Schmidt, the former priest, was found guilty, in New York of murder in the first de gree in slaying Anna Aumuller. He will be sentenced later. Try Sextons Sale for bargains. 5-2t Dress Making and Alterations a Spec ialty. Mrs. W. Jones, at Singer Office. - . 38tf Union suits now 79c at Sextons. ' 5-2t WE PRINT EVERYTHING FROM A CALLING CARD TO A BOOK. TRY US. 1 if j : t R S T ANNUAL AUTO SHOW Of the Cincinnati Automobile Trade Association Cincinnati Automobile Trade Asso ciation. The design lor the Auto Show poster was drawn by Mrs. Raymond HendriSk ton, wife of the president of the Cin cinnati Automobile Trade Association -A modern Juno dominating the mo tor car. : The poster has taken like wild fire, and is considered a most decdedly olever effort for an amateur in success fully stealing the thunder of the pro fessional advertising poster artists.. The first annual show of the Cin cinnati Automobile Trade Association will be the first auto show ever held in a fireproof building, and when one ap proaches the corner of Fourth and Vine streets they are awed by the magnificent Union Central Life Insur ance building, with its first four floors, stones of white marble, and the balance of th,e exterior of white ivory malt terra cotta, relieved with bits of blue and yellow up to the pyramidal roof, which is paneled in gold-glazed tile, which can be seen fcr many miles by the reflection of light on" gold tile. Approaching . the main entrance, which is on the level with Fourth street, you will note the ornamental lamps, hand forged, of remarkable de sign, showing true craftsmanship. On passing through the bronze door at the main entrance the spacious hall L traverses the entire length ' of . the building.. One is enchanted with :he grandeur of the decoAtion, golden ! ceiling, hand-carved im ported Spanish marble columns and wainscoting, and the bronze elevator frames and doors. There are twelve elevators self-contained in fireproof partitions and wire glass door in two batteries, facing each other. Every modern automatic safety device has been placed on every car. The express service is now operated with speed of 700 feet per minute, which is the only one outside of New York City. Tr, capacity of service is unequaled in cinnati, with cars running every -a and night. Just beyond the elevator is the stair way which leads to the Chamber of Cohimeice, This stairway is all hand carved imported marble, highly deco rated, and is conceded to be the finest stairway in America. At home from February 7 to 14 and on, the ground floor, at that, in this magnificent skyscraper the Cincinnati Automobile Trade Association are go ing to make motor oar buying not the guess wcfk that 'it was in the past. With so many good cars exhibited of various types and prices the visitor to each of its brilliantly illuminated and esthetically decorated halls can not fail to find a motor vehicle suitable to his purse and ideas of taste or style and all other requisites in the wonder ful display. v Entertainment will be a predom inant feature of the show. Two or chestras . furnishing music, one f each floor, Lou Ballman, chairman I the Committee on Music, selecting the well and favorably-known Hofer's Or chestra. Two concerts daily is the program, or a total of twenty-eight, high-class concerts during the week, with avcontinuous auto show from 10 a. m. until 10:30 p. m. ,: Robert C. Crowthers," chairman of the Committee on Decorations for the automobile . show to. be held in the Union Central building, February 7th to 14th, under the auspices of the Cin cinnati Automobile Trade Association, has awarded the contract for decora tions to George Fern. Mr. Fern is a Cincinnati decorator, who 'has done some wonderful Work. It was he who created the beautiful scenes In the re cent holiday ball in the -Hotel Slnton. This piece of decoration was probably the finest ever seen in Cincinnati. Mr. Fern is an artist. He has conceived a plan to turn the vast ground floor and- basement of the Union Central building into a teautiful southern garden for the week- of the Auto Show. The rows of white pillars in the build ing will be utilized to support a mass of-trellis work, which' will be covered with growing southern vines and flow era. Theae will be illuminated by thou sands of miniature colored lights. The large windows of the building will not be covered, and the building will pre sent a beautiful appearance, from the outside as well as the inside, both day and night. ' B6th floors will be deco rated alike and no distinction will be made In the-class of exhibits on either floor. ' Take This Advi6e! 'Read fmw "V .v- VAT lANTSJ 9 HALLE ERMNIE 'RIVES I VIM graves 'pf ' ' V.' 1 V. V. .-.'.Vi .VWA.W. .vn v.uji YVir .11 .- JO. V.V '.', - A Charming Love Romance of the Southland OU' LL agree that it Is one of the best ever read. A delightful combina tion of love, adventure, mystery, action and clever characterization.' 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