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This little bulletin will be published every week and we
hope to make it the most essential help you can employ in
your crusade against the high cost of living. Look for it
every week and save money by it every day..
We are quoting below a few prices tor this week. We
intend to begin a light against hight prices in Richmond on
every article we sell, large or small; our space will only per
mit the quoting of but few things each week, but all . other
goods in our big store will be priced on this basis: New
items and new prices quoted each week look for the little
Bargain Bulletin every Monday morning.
Another very important item we wish to call 'our atten
tion to is: Our store will be a strictly ONE PRICE STORE
All goods marked in plain figures and positively no deviation
or price concessions to any one. Our goods will be priced as
cheap as they can possibly be sold, and no matter how large
or how small your purchases may be, the price will be just
as marked on the msrchandise.
No War Prices
Good Apron Gingham, per yd . 5c
Best Apron Ginghams, per yd ..6 l-2c
Our entire line of Dress Ginghams,
all new Fall patterns, including
the best makes, per yd 9 l-2o
Good Brown Cotton, full yd wide. 5c
Good Bleach Cotton, yard wide 7 l-2c
Hope Lonsdale Bleach Cotton .. .8 l-2c
124Unbleached Sheeting, per yd... 22c
94 Pepperrel Bleach Sheeting 25c
104 " " " 27c
Best quality Percales double within
light and dark grounds all new
patterns and styles just the thing
for school dresses. Your choice
for, per yard 9 l-2c
Ladies Silk Black Hose, regular 39c
value, per pair 23c
Ladies extra large Bungalo Aprons,
well made, Ginghams and Per
cales, dark and light colors 43c
Regular size Gingham Aprons... 23c
Children's Gingham Dresses, sizes 2
to C years 39c
Indies' House Dresses, all sizes,
made of Amoskeg Gingham, plain
colors and stripes - 85c
In addition to the low prices we will give our customers
for this fall, we have decided
Club. We issue to every customer a card; tnis card . when
punched out shows that you have $25.00 with'us and when
when the numbers are all punched return the card and re
ceive any merchandise in the
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. We offer choice of
merchandise feeling that any
offer would not appeal to the
then take whatever you want
Get one of our Profit Sharing
you. Each purchase, no matter how small, punched when
purchased. Join the Llub now. Don't wait. This Profit
Sharing Card is only issued to
W. D. Oldham & Co
Nitrate of Soda on Old j
On an old meadow whichhas not been pro
perly fertilized a top dressing of nitrate
of soda is almost certain to show marked
results. The farmer is likely to be so
enthusiastic over the showing made that
he at once concludes that nitrogen is the
one factor needed to make his hay crop
a profitable one. Right here lies the
danger. While the first application of
nitrate of soda may show these marked
results, it is not by any means
safe to conclude that nitrogen is the
only element of fertility needed. Re
peated applications of nitrate of soda
may result in no apparent benefit and
even result in a final condition worse
than the original condition. The first
application of nitrate of soda shows such
marked results because there is a mark
ed deficiency of nitrogen in the soil; but
there is sufficient of the other fertilizing
elements, particularly phosphorus and
potassium to balance the nitrogen used.
The increased crop yields from the use
of nitrate of soda make an increased
drain upon the available phosphorus and
potassium of the soil. No efforts being
made to replace these elements thus re
moved, the time very soon comes when
no response is received from the appli
cation of nitrate of to4a because the
"Peruna Cured Me
MR. ROBERT FOWLER,
Of Okarche, Oklahoma.
Mr. Robert Fowler. Okarche, Okla
homa, writes: ., .
"To any sufferer of catarrh" of the
etomach. I am glad to tell my friends
or sufferers of catarrh that seventeen
years ago I waa past work of any
kind, due to stomach troubles. I tried
almost every known remedy without
"Finally I tried Peruna, and am
happy to say X was benefited by the
first bottle, and after using a full
treatment I was entirely cured.
"I am now seventy years old. and
am In rood health, due to always
having: I'eruna at my command. J
would not think of going away from
home for any length of time without
tailng a botUs of Peruna along- foi
"You arc at liberty to use my pic
ture and testimony If you think It will
help any one who has stomach
I , I am
lift' t teU
l 5 v ' 1 lt
An extra good value in ladies' Silk
Petticoats all colors $1.25
Men's all wool Serge Suits, all sizes
stylish make. Regular f 15 $9 95
Boys' stylish Knee Suits, all this
season's make, sizes 3 to 13 years,
All colors, big assortment, worth
nearly double our price. See them
Burton Bros, celebrated new cloth
for dresses, in all colors, per yd 23c
Best quality Irish Poplins, per yd.. 23c
The most complete assortment of
ladies', men's, boys' and childrens
Shoes in Richmond. AH the best
makes Queen Quality for ladies,
Wm. Eneeland's and Beacon brand
for men, Clapp & Tapley brand for
children none better. Get our
Best Brass Pins, per paper 5c
uooa i' ins, per paper
Hair Pins, per paper lc
Large Cabinet Hair Pins . 5c
Safety Pins, all sizes, per card 3c
White Tape, all sizes, per ball 2c
French Gloss Shoe Polish, bottle... 1
Whitman's 2 in 1 Shoe Paste 9c
All Best Brands Talcum Powder.
your choice 140
to commence a Profit Sharing
store to the amount of $1.00
particular premium we might
trade. Trade out the card.
to the amount of One Dollar.
Cards and bring it here with
ptiospnoric acid and potash have been
depleted, or, in other words, are the lim
iting factors. As a rule, when nitrate of
soda is used as a fertilizer it is a safe
principal to use in connection with it
some form of phosphorus and potassium,
having in mind permanent results rath
er than a temporary increase due to nit
rate of soda.
Cost Kept Down-Quality
No better medicine could be made for
coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness, tick
ling throat, bronchitis, etc., than Fol
ey's Honey and Tar ComDound. That's
why they can't improve the quality, and
war or no war, the price remains the
same. E. J. Sargent, Dallas, Tex.,
says: "I believe Foley's Honey and Tar
has no equal for it completely relieved
me of all symptoms of turberculosis
and my cough has entirely disappeared.".
Don't accept any substitute, for
i' oiey s lioney and Tar is the best. For
saie oy ait dealers everywhere tfdv.
The Masters Eye. -
The Master's eye knew beauty well
The wondrous glow of sky and sea,
The radiance of blossomed dell
And sweet Judean lea,
But, finer than this witchery.
He found a sight as forth lie went
Unmatched by star or sod or tree
The gaze of penitent!
The Master's ear beld music's store
The chant of breeze and chime or rill
The flutes of feathered throats galore
On gay Judean hill;
But something stirred Him deeper still
lie caught a sound more eloqnent
Than zephyr's call or songster's trill
The cry of penitent!
The Master's hand was tuned to bliss
The Virgin's clasp from day to day,
ine patriarch's and pilgrim's kiss
On blest Judean way;
But more than these lie feit the stray,
baa token of an anguish pent
Where yet the nail would p'erce it lay
lne tear of penitent!
lie saw ihem bowed in drear array-
ihe sinners, seared by error's stain;
lie heard their sob of soul dismay
Across Judean plain;
lie thrilled at touch of tragic pain
As, lorn and lost, and racked and rent
The wanderer came home again
The heart of penitent!
Jas. C. McNally.
FOLEY KIDNEY PHIS
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PATENTS BUILD FORTUNES for
yoa. Our free booklets teU how, what to invent
aad ssrs yon ssoaoy. Writs today.
D. SWIFT & CO.
303 Seventh St, Washington, D. C.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures
diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheuma
tism, and all irregularities of the kidneys
and bladder in both men and women.
Regulates bladder troubles in children.
If not sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on recent of $1.00. One small
bottle is two months treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for
testimonial from this and other states.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St.
Lous, Mo. Sold by druggists.
Mary's Lamb Isn't in It -.
Former Assessor John Ingles sold
lamb to J. D. Evans, the other dy, be
cause it insisted on chasing foxes and
wouldn't stay at home. The lamb's
mother early in lift) disowned it and Mr
ingles-gave it to a uog that was raising
litter of bound puppies. The lamb
suckled the dog, grew up with the pups
and waxed strong and fleet of limb. It
rejoiced in ike sportsjof the dogs, and
withal became quite a gay young crea
ture. It ran rabbits to its heart s con
tent, outstripping the dogs, but not
knowing what to do with the rabbit
when caught. The lamb would butt
hogs to beat the band and when the dogs
treed a coon it would stand at the foot
of the tree and try to bark Finally it
got to chasing foxes and staying away
from home so much that Mr. Ingles con
eluded that the safest plan was to sell
it, or it might contract the habit of kill
ing sheep. Cynthiana Democrat.
For dyspepsia, our national ailment,
use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recommend
ed for strengthening digestion, purifying
the blood. At all drug stores. $1.00 a
Foreigners May Not Send
Money to Luropa
The U. S. Postoffice Department has
issued an order notifying postmasters
not to accept money orders for trans
mission to the war zone in Europe for
more than 9100, and no money will be
sont by the foreigners in the United
States to those of their kin in the war
To aid the return home of Americans
now in Europe, postmasters at interna
tional oilices, until otherwise instructed,
may issue money orders in their favor,
upon application, limiting the amount
to $100 for each person.
These instructions apply to European
The Department received a cablegram
from the Postal Administration of Egypt
announcing cessation of issues by that
country and the Sudan of money orders
on the United States. Postmasters at
International olllces aie to make note to
that effect, and, until otherwise instruct
ed, will decline to issue ordeis on offices
in Egypt or Sudan.
Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get Dean's
Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Young
had. Foster-Milburn Co., Proprietors,
lki Halo, New York.
A Man of Peace.
At a time like the present when the
nations of Europe are rushing at each
other's throats, and humanity stands
aghast at the thought of the horror of
the impending conflict, when the spirit
of militarism pervades the Old World,
and the powers are determined upon
slaughter, it is fortunate fcr the United
States that there is at the head of the
National Government a man of peace
wiih strength of character and force of
intellect. Happily, no imitation war
lord sits in the White House. The
course which this country must follow
is straight and definite. It must main
tain strict neutrality, and avoid the
slightest appearance of favor toward one
of the belligerents asagainst another. It
is the friend o! each and all of them and
must so remain. W&lerville (Me) Sen
Recognized ss a Standard Rem'
edy For All Forms of
Restores Kidneys, Blood, Bowels
and Skin to Healthy Condition.
B. L. Middelton, or any druggist, who
has sold Rheuma for years will tell you
that this great remedy for rheumatism
has no superior. His knowledge is gain
ed from testimony of customers to whom
he has sold Rheuma. If you suffer from
some form of the disease try a bottle. It
costs only 50 cents, but its use will con
vince you that it will quickly and per
manently benefit you.
Rbema starts with the first dose to
clean your system of all poison; builds
up your shattered strength; infuses fresh
blood into vour veins, and quickly re
stores the kidneys, bowels blood and
skin to healthy, normal condition. It
rapidly brings the swollen joints down
to normal, for the uric acid will have
teen driven out.
That is the Rheuma way of treating
rheumatism. Your money returned if
it rails. - . G-2t.
Call on Lackey & Todd for garden
seed and seed potatoes. Phone 63. 32-tf.
Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated?
Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
you. cause a healthy now of Bile and
rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste
and fermenting body poisons. They are
tonic to your fetcmacn and Liver and
lone the general system. First dose
will cure you of that depressed, dizzv.
billious and constipated condition. 25c.
all D.-uggists. adv.
Every day somebody tells us that our
MARY FLOUR is better than ever. Try
a sack of MARY next time and let us
know what you think of it.- Madison
Milling Co. $-2t
II Ell BINE is the medicine that cures
biliousness, malaria and constipation.
Tbe first dose makes you feel belter, a
I few additonal doses cures completely.
rrice ouc. oia by wines' Drug more.
The tobacco outlook in Nicholas coun
ty, Ky., ia much brighter than at any
time since the crop was set out. While
there is a shortage of at least 25 per cent
in the acreage of the-county, it is be
lieved there will be a good yield, consid
ering the season. In many sections of
the county farmers are through cut
ting and housing their crop, while in
other sections the crop was planted late
and the tobacco is small. The farmers
are inclined to believe that this crop
will be heavy in weight, of good quality,
but that eolol will be lacking.
The tobacco crop which has largely
gone into the barns, is Baid to be one of
the best ever grown in Owen county.
Tobacco in McCracken county is much
better than was expected, and some sec
lions report the best yield in five years.
A. II. Turner, of Anderson county,
exhibited some leaves of tobacco in Law-
renceburg last week, which measured
39 inches long and 24 inches in width.
.The early crop which has been cut in
Fayette county, is above the average
The late tobacco is very promising, and
unless caught by the frost will be almost
as good as the early crop.
The Tenth Street Tobacco Warehouse,
of Louisville, has sold 255 hhds. of re
dried liuney lobacco at prices ranging
from $5 50 to $13.50. One good crop
shipped from Owen county, made an
average of $15.50.
Forest A. Griffin, a lobacco broker of
Aurora, Ind., has bought the first crop
of new tobacco in Sotheastern Indiana,
as it stood in the field, for 10 cents a
pound. It is estimated that there will
be thirty thousand lbs. in the lot.
In Montgomery county some of the to
bacco which growers thought would
not make a half crop will make at least
two-thirds of a crop. The tobacco is of
excellent size, large leaf, and indicates
heavy weight in all fields.
The tobacco crop in Ilendersson, Web
ster and Union counties is the finest that
has been grown in many years. The
late rains have been of untold value to
tobacco as most growers were unusually
late in setting out the weed.
The tobacco crop in Garrard this sea
son will probably prove a banner crop,
judging from present indications, al
though the acreage is somewhat shorter
than, usual. The crop, according to
the estimate of those in a position to
know, will very likely reach 7,000,000
pounds. This is due evidently to the
unusual weight of the weed.
Farmers of Madison county have been
busily engaged for the past three weeks
cutting and housing a very fine crop of
Burley tobacco. The yield per acre will
be very large in pounds. Kecent rains
have made this one of the best crops for
The farmers of Bracken county have
been cutting their tobacco and a great
many say they have the biggest and fin
est tobacco they ever had, and a few
claim the best they ever grew.
Farmers of Woodford county are very
busy every suitable day cutting and
housing their tobaceo crop. The work
has been delayed somewhat on account
of occasional rains. Throughout the
county, on every side, some of the very
finest crops of tobacco ever seen hav
been raised, and should bring solendid
prices if nothing injures it in curing.
tfeyond all doubt, the present tobacco
crop is the greatest, as far as fineness
goes, ever raised in Barren county
While not the largest, it is certainy th
Imest, and win probably bring more
money than any crop ever produced in
the county. Acre after acre, and field
after field, are as high as a man's head,
rich and heavy, and will bring two
thousand pounds to the acre. Barren
county people say they have never seen
anything like it.
The showers interferred with tobacco
cutting last week in Clark county. Many
crops will be rushed into barns in the
next few days. The early tobacco is
above the average and late tobacco will
also be fine if frost holds off for a while,
Every buyer in the field is afraid to haz
ard an. opinion as to what will be paid
for Burley this time. Mr. Prewitt Burch
succeeded in raising a small crop of Bra
zinan or uunan tobacco. A stalk on
display in a Winchester store is over six
feet in length and is a fair sample of
this kind of tobacco. The leaves are
not as large as bnrley, but the fibre is
small and the body is of fine texture.
Yellow complexion, pimples and dis
figuring blemishes on the face and body
can be gotten rid of by doctoring the hv
er, which is torpid. UERBINE is i
powerful liver correctant. It purifies
the system, stimulates the vital organs
and puts the body in fine vigorous condi
tion. Price 50c. Sold by Wines' Drug
Any skin itching is a temper tester.
The more vou scratch the worse it
itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles.
eczema any skin itching. 50c at all
drug stores. adv
- CP -
High Grade Cattle
-1 will offer at public sale to the highest
and best bidder, at my place at Waco,
8 miles east of Richmond, the following
stock, on -
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1914
promptly at 10 a- m.
100 heifers, weight from 500 to 650; 15
large steers, good quality, weight about
800; IS small Blockers, good quality,
weight 450; 4 heifers with calves and 3
springer heifers; 1 5-year-old mare mule;
1 0 year-old mare in foal to jack; 1 com
bined 2-year old filly; 2 suckling mule
W. M. PITCHER
7-lt - WACO, KY
Buyers To Share In Profits
Lower Prices On Ford Cars
Effective from August I, 1914, to August 1, 1915, and guaranteed
against any reduction during that time:
Town Car -
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our fac
tory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales
departments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the
And should we reach this production, we agree fo pay as the buyer's
share from $40 to $60 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every
retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 1914,
and August 1,1915. FORD MOTOR CO.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing
The Madison Garage
Irvine Street Phone 694 Richmond, Ky
Asthma and Hay Fever
A Guaranteed Relief
"I have arranged with HENRY L.
PERRY, Richmond, Ky., so that every
sufferer from Asthma, Hay Fever or
Bronchial Asthma in Richmond can try
my treatment entirely at my risk," Dr.
Rudolph Schiff man announces. lie says:
"Buy a 50-cent package of my Asthma,
dor, try it, and if it does not afford you
immediate relief, or if you do not find it
the best remedy you have ever used, take
it back to Henry L. Perry and he will
refund your money cneerfully and with
out any question whatever. After seeing
the grateful relief it has afforded in
hundreds of cases, which had been con
sinered incurable, and which had been
given up in despair, I know what it will
do. I am so sure that it will do the
same with others that I am not afraid to
guarantee it will relieve instaneously.
The druggists handling Asthmador will
return your money if you say so. You
are to be the sole judge and under this
positive guarantee, absolutely no risk is
run in buying Asthmador."
Persons living elsewhere will be sup
plied under the same guarantee by their
local druggist or direct by Dr. R. Schiff
mann, St. Paul, Minn. &St
Look Who's Here.
Uncle Joe Cannon may possibly "come
back," now that he has obtained a nom
ination in his Congressional district, but
it is safe la say that Cannonism will
never be revived at Washington. That
passed away when the autocratic Speak
er was stripped of much of his authority
by a combination of Democrats and In
dependent Republicans, and there has
never since been any disposition to go
back to the old ways. In view of the
fact that Mr. Cannon's contemptuous
scorn of everything that is decent in
politics bad much to do with his party's
' No, this isn't war news-but it is a whole lot brighter and just as interesting as
war bulletins ever dared to be
It concerns you and your new Fall clothes and the preparedness of this store to
to serve you
Don't you feel as though you want
new clothes in a new season? Of course you do and there is no time like the pres
ent to get those clothes
We're ready to get you ready waiting to show you the new things in wearing
apparel of quality and of up-to-the-minute style
Suits and Overcoats from America's
styles for all tastes; for the youthful, the middle aged and the man of sixty. All wool
fabrics of a quality to insure lasting service prieed without the increase
. Also New Shoes, New Hats and New Furnishings all on display and ready
to be inspected
Come tomorrow or some day soon, and see for yourself the "why and where
fore' ot this announcement '
F. O. B: Detroit, all cars fully equipped.
(In the United States of America only)
The Ejection in Kentucky
In November more than thirty United
States Senators are to be elected and up
on this election depends whether the
Senate shall remain Democratic or
whether it shall become Republican.
Most of the Slates where there is a Sen
atorial election have only one Senator to
name, but Kentucky has two. The Dem
ocrats of Kentucky have therefore a
double responsibility. Should the Dem
ocrats in this State fail in their duty it
would seriously handicap President Wil
son's administration. It is even possible
that upon tbe election in Kentucky may
depend the control of the Senate. No
good Democrat can afford to take this
chance by either staying away from the
polls or by failing to support Becabam
and Camden, bur two senatorial nomi
nees. We believe that President Wilson's ad
ministration is worthy of the most hearty
endorsement by the Democratic party.
He has accomplished more good for the
country in the way of wise legislation in
tbe part of hia term than any of his pre
decessors in half a century have ever
done in a full term.
We believe that the Democrats of Ken
tucky desire to put the stamp of their
approval upon Wilson. The ' only way
they can do this in November will be by
putting the stamp under the rooster. A
vote for the Democratic ticket this fall
is a vote of confidence and approval of
the administration at Washington. A
vote against the Democratic ticket this
fall is a vote of condemnation of Wil
son's administration. Elizabelhtown
FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
F0 BACKACHE KIDNEYS AMO BLADDER
Give This Two
of Your Time
Crushed Stone and
264 N. 5econd-st
5top That first Fall Couh
Check your fall cough or cold at once
don't wait it may lead to serious lun?
trouble, weaken your vitality and devel
op a chronic lung ailment. Get a botila
of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey to-day; it is
pure and harmless use it freely for that
fall cough or cold. If Baby or children
are sick give it to them, it will relieve
quickly and permanently. It soothes the
irritated throat, lungs and air passages.
It surely prevents cold germs from
getting a hold. Guaranteed. Only
at your Druggist. adv.