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fflE RICHMOND CLIMAX,
39th YEAR
Tuesday and Triday
RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY vAFTLRNOON 3 O'CLOCK, AUGUST 5. 1913
NUMBER 89
O
I IL . M. IBlanutoini
Wholesale and Retail
Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand,
Lime, Cement .
and All Kincis of Plaster Material
Hauling of All Kinds
Corner Main and B
Streets
Telephone
85
The I. H. C. Hay Press
The Toggle Joint, the Pull Power Plunger, the
Tront Side Delivery makes this press the best,
lightest on your team and less men to oper
ate it. We have just received our shipment
of Bale Ties and can give you an extremely
low price as long as they last. Now is the
lime to place your order
D. B. Shackelford & Company
1For Every
Need
sickness or accident the
proper drug will relieve pain
and aid nature in restoring
good health. We carry a large
assortment of pure drugs, as
well as the most popular mer
itorious "Patent" remedies.
We solicit your drug business,
assuring you of good goods,
good values and good service.
Stockton's Drug Store
DON'T FORGET at
I buy all kinds of Roots, Ginseng, Yellow Roots',
etc. Also pay market price for Aides, Tallow,
Feathers, old and new, Scrap Iron, Rags, Rope,
Rubber and all kinds metals. Call
M. WIDES
RICHMOND Phone 363 KENTUCKY
CLIMAX ONE YEAR,
$K00
Great Crops in The South.
Announcement that the Texas and
Pacific is preparing to handle the heav
iest business in its history was made
Saturday by Neal M. Leach, traffic
manager, on his return from a trip of
inspection through Southern and Cen
tral Louisiana and North and East
Texas with E. F. Kearney, the first
vice-president. Mr. Leach stated that
the grain movement has already begun,
wheat coming into Westwego in train
lots, something very unusual at this
time of the year. The trip through
Louisiana was from New Orleans to
Alexandria and Ferriday, and over the
branch lines south of Alexandia and
Ferriday.
Speaking of crop conditions, Mr.
Leach said;
"A trip through the agricultural parts
of Louisiana at the present time would
convert the most con firmed pessimist
into an optimist. The country is fairly
groaning with splendid crops. Cotton
along the line of the Texas and Pacific
and O. Q. and N. E. could hardly look
belter, and there is little or no trouble
from the boll weevel. Cane, while
about two weeks laie, apparently is in
excellent condition. This years corn
crop in Louisiana is something marvel
ous. There is a good stand everywhere.
Corn is well cultivated and the ears are
filled. Louisiana is going to make a
record this year as a corn growing State.
Everywhere along the our line in Louis
iana, there is nothing but evidences of
prosperity.
"The opinion in Texas now is that
the cotton crop will be at least 5,550,-
000 bales for that State alone, All
other crops are in splended condidition.
The banks aer full of money; the farm
ers are all well fixed, and on every side
in Texas you find evidences of prosperity.
"Regardless of what the legislators do
up at Washington, the bumper crops in
the Southwest can spell nothing but
good limes for the people fortunate
enough to live in that part of the world.
"The Texas and Pacific Railway is
preparing for the heaviest business in
its history. Our export grain move
ment but has already started, and is
coming into Westwego in train lots.
although we brought a heavy traffic into
the port of New Orleans last year.
"I have just returned from a trip
with First Vice-President Kearney
through Southern Louisiana. We have
gone over the line from Alexandria to
New Orleans and to Ferriday, and over
all of the branch lines south of Alexan
dria and Ferriday. Prior to this we
spent about ten days in Texas and found
nothing but indications of good times
and splendid crops everywhere."
N. O. Times Democrat.
5tock of Goods For Sale
1 desire to sell my nice, clean stock of
groceries, notions, etc., located on First
street. Good cash stand and am doing
nice business, but want to make a
change. Will sell at a bargain if taken
at once. James B. Parke, First street,
Richmond, Ky. 82-8t
3 J
WEAKNESS
but is promptly relieved1
by the medical nourishment in
Scott's Emulsion which
is not a nerve-quieter, but nature's
greatest nerve-builder, without
alcohol or opiate.
Scott ft Bowne. Bloom field. N. J. 1S-2S
. . . . W W W W f f T T V V V V
MARRIED
HHtmnrnt
Russell Z. Wharton, sporting editor
of the Lexington Herald, and Miss
Hettie Bell lirookshire. daughter of Jas.
Brookshire, of Valley View, were mar
ried in Louisville Saturday.
Miss Patsy Salyer, foster daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lipscomb, of
Winchester, was married Saturday at
0 o'clock p. m., to Mr. Harry Bender,
of Richmond. He is a young man of
splendid character and enjoys the
esteem of all who know him. Follow
ing the ceremony; the happy couple
left at 6:30 for Richmond for a visit to
C. F. and E. A. Bender, brothers of the
bridegroom. They will be at home
later in Winchester. The bride is one
of the prettiest and most loveable girls
in Winchester. She is admired for
her disposition and other pleasing traits
of character.
Call T. C. Vaughn and be will do the
rest. Phone 110. Richmond Coal &
Supply Co. 83 2t
Church Notes
Mrs. William V. Smith, a member of
the First Presbyterian church, N. T.,
gave, last week, (500,000, to the Brook
lyn Y. M. C. A. for a new building in
memory of her son.
Twenty-five hundred delegates have
assembled at Zurich for the World's
Sunday School Convention. All nations
are represented.
At the Pan-Presbyterian Alliance
which recently met in Scotland there
were delegates from all parts of the
earth representing over 100,000,000
Presbyterian adherents a number
greater than the whole population of
the United States.
PAINT LICK.
Miss Francis, of Oklahoma, is with
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Francis.
Miss Lucy Francis spent ten days at
Mont Treat, N. C.
Mrs. E. H. Fields, of Woodford coun
ty, was with her grand daughter, Mrs.
R G. Woods.
The children of Mrs. R. O. Woods
have measles.
Mrs. N. Mays, who has been at the
Pattie A. Clay Infimary, Richmond, is
improving and her friends will be glad
to see her home again.
Dr. N. Mays is contemplating a visit
to his native county, Jessamine, to see
his friends and relatives.
Miss Chastine Rucker is with relatives
and friends at Wilmore.
N. W. Rogers received two blue ties
and two reds at the Berea Fair on horse
stock.
Henry Riddleberger & Co. have open
ed a grocery in the old postoffice build
ing.
Ed Williams has built and opened a
new blacksmith shop on the Madison
side and is ready to go to work.
Rev. Duke, of Mt. Vernon, is assist
ing the pastor in a protracted meeting
at Mt. Tabor Baptist church.
The Kirksville and Old Paint Lick
Presbyterian churches will give their
Sunday-school children an outing and
picnic Saturday, the 0th.
Mrs. A. B. Estridge entertained last
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Walter McWhor-
ter, of Denver, Col. About 30 or more
friends and relatives were present.
When in need ot Blacksmithinij in
tny of its branches. Farming Imple
ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E.
Miller. Union City, Ky. tf
SCRAPS
The donkey is the longest lived of do
mestic animals.
A Russian does not become of age un
til he is twenty-six.
Australia raises nearly 10,000,000 acres
of wheat a year.
There are nearly 239,077 women sten
ographers in the United States.
Naval arsenals are being built under
ground in England because ot danger
from aerial craft.
Dean George Hodges, of Harvard theo
logical school, says the world never was
socially belter than it is now. '
St. Etienne, Frances, excludes women
with visible hatpins from all public con
veyances and places of entertainment.
Sam Patterson, sixty five years old,
was sent to the whipping post in Wil
mington Del , the other day .for wife-
beating.
Cremation shows a marked increase in
Europe. Last year there were 7,555 ere
relations in Germany, as against 0,500
in 1910.
Miss Ina Shepherd, of Birmingham,
Ala., is credited with being the first
woman to have charge of a clearing
house.
Judge Mary Bartelme, of Chicago, de
clares that no jury composed exclusive
ly of either sex can be a perfectly bal
anced organization.
A Californian has designed a fireplace
that sends out its heat in all directions,
the chimney being supported above the
grate by steel columns.
Polygamy was declared a felony in
England in 1004, but it was not until
I860 that the congress made plurality
marriages in the United States unlawful.
The statement has been made that life
would be prolonged if persons would ac
quire the habit of stooping by the hips,
instead of bending the backbone.
A new German machine cleans and
sorts medicinal tablets, rejecting the
broken ones, and packs them in boxes or
tubes at the rate of 150,000 to 200,000 a
day.
It has been estimated that the number
of recruits available for the French army
was reduced from 213,000 in 1900 to 215,-
000 in 1911, owing to the diminution of
the birth rate in France.
A clergyman-reformer, of Kansas City,
Kansas, who has been zealous in driving
out dance halls of questionable charac
ter, now proposes to begin a crusade on
private dances. "They are worse than
the public dances the ones I have wit
nessed," be says.
Check Chronic
Rheumatism Now.
RHLUMA Thoroughly Drives
Out Deep oea ted Uric
Acid Poison.
There is only one way to be free from
Rheumatism the accumulated impuri
ties caused by an excess of Uric Acid
poison must be expelled from the body.
That is what KHEUMA will do and do
it thoroughly. If you suffer from any
form ot Kheumatism Sciatica, inflam
matory. Arthritis, Muscular, Lumbago,
or Gout ge a boitle of RHEUMA from
U. L. Middelton for 50 cents it is guar
anteed.
"For six years I was a cripple on
crutches from Rheumatism. One bottle
of RHEUMA cured me completely."
J. K. Greenburg, Z2JS Cottage Grove
Avenue, Chicago, ill.
The Outcome.
When May was here, I struggled hard,
I planted many seeds,
And now I have in my back yard
Eleven kinds of weeds.
On the
Celebrated
Come See
them in our
Windows
We have arranged for a Special Sale
On the celebrated Stearns or. Foster Mattress and are offering tKIs most Comfortable.
Durable and Sanitary of all Mattresses, in selected patterns of the best qualities of Satin
finish. Dust-proof Tickings-WTHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Beware of so-called "Special Sales" on "Cotton-felt" or "Felt" Mattresses said to he
the "genuine kind" and offered at such ridiculously low prices as are sometimes seen dis
played. You do not know WHAT sort of material has been hastily STUFFED into the
ticking. From a Sanitary standpoint, it may be vile; unfit for any person to sleep upon. As
for genuine Comfort and Durability, such Mattresses are utterly worthless. It don't pay
to buy them.
Steams 6t Foster Mattresses have a laced opening (Pat. applied for) through which
you can see and examine the inside of the Mattress you GET. That's the safe way to buy
a Mattress. You know what you are getting.
Stearns fic Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds
of little webs forming many Springy, Buoyant layers standing nearly three feet high. These
layers are then LAID BY HAND and compressed to ONE-SIXTH their original height
and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension so as to be Soft, yet Firm,
half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. ,
You will say
"I never Knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable."
That's just what satisfied users of Stearns & Foster Mattresses are saying.
You owe it to yourself to get one and enjoy rest that is Refreshing Comfortable
Healthful. You don't have to be put to the expense and inconvenience of sending a Stearns &
Foster Mattress away to be "Made Over" or "Renovated." 'They never require it. An
occasional Sun Bath keeps them fresh and clean.
Don't Fail to attend this Sale. Come today.
Select the Mattress you want NOW. Don't put up longer with that old uncom
fortable Mattress.
A Comfortable Night's Rest on a Stearns & Foster,
Costs too Little.
Well cive vou a POSITIVE GUAR AN' I PR
uc Foster name.
Oldllmaiinni ILaLelke
Undertaking a Specialty Sfc,74 . 22,
W. 8. O. R. O. L.
For a Short Time Only.
We will sell for a short time only our
own make of lard at 13c a pound in 50
1b. cans. Allman & Pigg, Butchers and
Grocers. Phone 17. G9-tf
Just received
shipment of
Van Houten's
Rona Dutch
Coca
VAflrlOOTEIJ'S,
f,; DUTCH .
10 and 25c
D. B.
McKinney
Watch Our
Watches
and you'll find then keeping time to
the, second. They are like all our jew.
elry reliable. And they ar. also like
our
Rings, Brooches
and other ornaments in being as moder
ate in price as good quality will permit.
When you want JEWELRY we are the
people to remember.
F. J. YEAGER
MAIN STREET
RICHMOND- KY
II
jpXBCCIlcBlIl IPlPflcDOS'
We are making very low Prices on all Spring and Summer Goods.
secure Bargains by paying us a visit. - Everything in
You can
tight Weight Clothing for Men, Ladies', Misses
and Children Have Been Reduced
Low Shoes and Slippers at especially Low Prices
MaiDnmfiMcDini IBipcds
Corner First and Main Streets
Richmond, Kentucky
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