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c Have the Afcency For It It Is the Steel Frame aw Spread Manure Spreader 5 J iM! Have you ever seen any spreader with more or as many r. oi features? Waist high box easy to load; makes the : -Moriist turns and spreads evenly at corners; spreads when t. rr.ing: either way; positive force feed no rolling forward of r -2 Iced when the manure is moved toward the beater; even .cauir.s until the last forkful is spread; made in seven sizes; v :0.o and narrow boxes; special attachments for drilling and threading lime. Ask us also about our new wide spread attachment which r' sitters manure over an area eight feet wide a very handy ,d convenient device for top dressing growing corn. Ti;e next time you are in town stop and get a catalogue. . k us to show you this machine to show you how it will f- -o work and increase profits. Give us a chance to prove X. jit the Low Spread tops them alL OLDHAM & HARBER II, R. Freeman WHITES Automobile Insurance Long Tom Chenault AUCTIONEER Salrs Conducted In This and Adjoining Counties at Reasonable Rates Pbone 774 Richmond. Ky J. T. FERRIELL Real Lstate Aent Oldham liuiklinff Richmond, Kv GRUMXAF & HEKRIVGTON Lawyers OtVce in Douglas A; Simmons' new liuiiJmtr on Second Street oi'p. urt House JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Serv ices Reasonable. PHONE 83, or 481. Harry M Blanton, DENTIST -Office ib 8fuo-u Ba. cine. Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Tfl"p)in j 511 O.Hee in Oidbani iuil imp Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Itiseasos of EYE. EAR, XOSE and TliKoAT Oldham Bldjr. Richmond, Ky Dr. I. W. Scudder Physician and Surgeon ITS Second Street, Opposite Jail !lice Ittone 134 Home Phone CC Attobneyat-La, iUCIIMOXD, - KENTUCKY. Office over State Bank & Trust Co., op posite Court House, on Main Street. Advertising Kill:. juh .J O After dark, the best lighted side of the street becomes the busiest. The brightest spot draws the crowd. Illumi nate your show windows with Edison Mazda" Lamps and let the people on the street see your offerings even though your doors may , be closed for the night. It is the easiest and cheapest way to get business from the busy side of the street. KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY, Inc c ... INTER URBAN SCHEDULE -BKTWKKN- LEXIXGTOX and MCHOLASYILLE LEAVE LKXINtiTOS a. m 6:40 " 7:55 " 9:10 " 10:25 " 11:40 p. m 12:55 LEAVE MCHOLA8VILLK a. m 6:00 " 7:15 " 8:0 " 9:45 " 11:00 p. m 12:15 " 1:30 ' Z:l " 3:25 " . " 4:40 " . " 6:00 " ... " 7:20 " " 9:10 " " 11:00 " ... CONNECTIONS AT MCHOLASYILLE TO AND FKOX RICHMOND " 2A5 " 4:00 " 5:15 " 6:40 " 8::i0 iv.ZD I Car Lv. Lexington 10:25 a. m., connects with the L. Jt A. for Richmond at 11:11 a. m. Car Lv. Lexington 4:40 p. m.. connects with the L. & A. for Kichmond at 5:42 p. m. Car Lv. Nicholas vi lie at 8:30 a. m., con nects with the L. t A. from Hich- tnond 8:22 a. m. Car Lv. Nicholasville at 2:45 p. m., con nects with the L. fc A. from Uich mond 2:38 p. m. L. & N. Time Table South Bound. Xo. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:10 a. m. Mid-night. Xo. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De parts 6:45 a. m. Xo. 1. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 Xo. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar rives 11:20 a. m. Departs 12:12 p. m Xo. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m Xo. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. Xo. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs7:35 p.m Xo. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan ford. Arrives 7:27 p. m. Departs 7:J2 p. m. North Bound Xo. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati Arrives and Departs 4:11 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 6:05 a. m Departs 6:10 a. m. Xo. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives ..to a. m. departs 7:20 a-m ao. za. Liouisvuie to Kichmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:35 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive 2:30 p. m. No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville . Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p, m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs 5:07 p. m. NO I Z, 3, 31, 37, 33, 27, 34, 28, 38, 32 are Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 9, 10. 70 daily Except Sunday. After Hours CELEBRATION IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY METROPOLIS WILL COMMEMORATE INCIDENTS IN WAR OF 1812. HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE Battle Which Kentuckians Won and Massacres In Which They Suffered Will Be Reproduced in Firework and Shams on Land and Water. A week's celebration, which Louis villians declare will be the greatest and most spectacular in the history of celebrations In America, will be held in the Kentucky metropolis foi seven days, commencing September 29, and will be the climax of a se ries of celebrations held in a dozen lake cities, to commemorate the suf ferings and victories of American arms in the War of 1812 as well as to focus attention on the achieve ments of a century of peace. The crucial and decisive engagement 01 the War of 1812 was the battle of the Thames, fought and won on Canadian soil October 5. 1813. The series of celebrations, which will be held in America will close in Louisville, Octo ber 6. 1913, and Just one hundred years from the hour that Col. Richard M. Johnston, afterward Vice President of the United States, slew the Indian chief Tecumseh, President Woodrow Wilson will probably be addressing a crowd of 100,000 people in Louisville, the home of many of the troops who fought la the battle of the Thames. Kentucky was assigned the closing and choice date of the celebration because of the distinguished part played by the Kentuckians in tie War of 1812. Kentucky began to play her part in the generation before the war opened, when she sent Gen. George Rogers Clark and other Louisville soldiers Into the hostile wilderness which they wrested from the French and Indians and out of which was aft rward carved the great States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Kentucky was the last state which eould have benefited from the war, In asmuch as It was brought about chief ly by the British impressment of American seamen, none of whom were Kentuckians, whereas should war prevail the unfriendly Indians on the frontier of the border states could be expected to commit atrocities from which Kentucky had already received t'-ie name "Dark and Bloody Ground However, it was chiefly Henry Clay, in the Kentucky Congressional Delega tion that forced President Madison to declare the second war with Great Britain, and Kentucky furnished for ty per cent of her fighting population to go into that war, and at the close of the war of the listed dead more than eighty per cent were the names of Kentuckians. Kentucky troops to man were massacred at the River Raisin and again at the first attack- on Fort Meigs. When the time came to man Terry's new-hewn ships, he selected Kentuck ians unaccustomed to the motion of the lakes to mount Into the insecure rigging and from that vantage point, with their practiced eye and unerring aim, fired down upon tne British ana won the battle of Lake Erie. Prac tically every officer and soldier in the battle of the Thames was a Kentuck' ian, excepting alone Gen. William Henry Harrison, irho, however, held his commission aa.JklaJor-General from the Kentucky legislature. The charge of the Forlorn Hep, about the brief est, most terrible and most heroic at tack narrated la toe annals of war fare, consisted exclusively of Ken tucky soldiers whoa nineteen of them and their twenty horses went down to certain death. It was the Ken tucky sharpshooters who are credited with having woa,Xhe battle of New Orleans after th wax had in reality closed. Kentucky proposes to reproduce most of these aoenes of the war of 1812 In the Louisville celebration. The battle of the Thame win be repro duced on land to. "Cherokee Park, to pographically situated similar to the land on which was fought the battle of the Thames, and every detail of the sham battle wall be as nearly historically correct as can be done, Louisville will take advantage of her magnificent river frontage In order to celebrate suitably the battle of Lake Erie. The actual battle wIU be aeplcted In a gocgeoue entertainment of fireworks and all morning and all afternoon preceding the engagement there will be boat vaces, life saving feats and aquatlo sports. A historical pageant, depicting various scenes of the war of 1812 will also include magnificent floral parade, such made Louisville ammo us a year .go, and will . include elrlc and military parades many miles In length. Drills and exercises by 10,000 costume 1 school children will be held In the First Regiment Armory; a mammo'.h reception will be given to the descend ents of Kentucky soldiers and sailor of the war or isn, and a series o costumed balls win be given la their honor. " Exceedingly icjsr railroad rates, probably as low a one cent per mile, from a distance of several hundred miles of LoulaiOa, will be granted and efforts are being made to secure to other Kentucky points rates from Louisville for the week Immediately following the celebration, to enable former Kentuckians who return home to visit the celebration, to visit also their old Kentucky homes. Get Rid of the Torments of Rheumatism. . That you can do by ridding yourself of the cause. Weak and inactive kid neys allow urio acid poisons to remain in the blood and rheumatic pains, swot len and aching joints follow. Take Fo ley Kidney Pills to ease your pain and torment. They will positively and per manently build up the kidneys, restore their normal action and keep the uric acid crystals out of the blood and body, Try them, r or sale by all dealers. We receive every morning a full line of green vegetables and would be glad to supply your wants. Phone 72 & 144 Covington Thorpe. Co. 57-tf. Safest Laxitive for Women Nearly every woman needs a good lax ative. Dr. King Aew Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe, and do not cause pain. . Mrs. M. C. Dunlap lor Lead ill, Iran., says: Or. King New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly." Get a box to-day. Price, zoo. Keoom mended by all druggists. No trouble about getting your money if you burn out. Talk to Burnam, the I insurance man. 14-tX HERE'STHE HOG BOURBON REMEDY CO Lexington. Ky. Enclosed find photo of bos that was cured of cholera with your Dour boa Hog Cholera Rem edy. This nos waa almost dead beiora nauis the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex cept lots of ears, tail, etc. The bos is owned by Mr. bkues Kwlnr, ot Bowling- ureen, ay. He will be elad to rive yon a testimonial, and we can set several more If you want tbem. JENKINS-SUB LETT DRUG CO.. Bowline Green. Ky. Ask Your Druggist for It HENRY L. PERRY Silly Season Sensations. This is the silly season, at which the sea serpent and other sensational per formers have their day. It is appropri ate that a Congressman's denunciation of the so-called "slit" skirt as a national scandal should be hurled forth at this time of the year. Like the cabbage snake and kissing bug of other years, the slit skirl is a na tional menace that is largely imagina tive. An occasional woman who believes that she needs the advertising an ac tress of low degree or a woman of the lown, or a "fly" girly who has leanings in the direction of a disorderly life ap pears in an indecent costume and is promptly arrested. But the slit in the skirt of the ordinarily well conducted woman is "rudimentary" like the mus cles that wag the human ear, or were designed to wag it before screens and fly paper were invented, and not at all shocking. That the dress of women of the period is indecent is a standing protest of hu man beings of a certain type. It has al ways been so. According to this class the world has always been headed for the bow-wows as a result of it. But the world, and the women, do not seem to be worse than they were a good while ago. The national scandal is not mak ing much headway as au actual national catastrophe. Courier Journal. Protect The Heart From Rheumatism. Rheum Purifies The Blood And Throws iOlf Complicating Diseases. Weakening of the blood tissues by con tinued attacks of rheumatism affects the heart and produces complications which result fatally. RHEUM A puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and eradicates rheumatic conditions from the whole system. RHEUM A builds up the body by removing the poi sonous wasie matter which comes from enfeebled blood. Recommended for all forms of rheumatism. One bottle cost ing 50 cents at B. L. Middleton's will convince you of its great value. 97 Rich. The love that's in my baby's eyes, the play limes we have at night. The joy that's in my lady's smile, her cheering words that all is right, The little home where we abide that rings with laughter aye and song, I would not risk in any way by any act that I deem wrong. There is no price that I would take to tinge my loved ones' cheeks with shame, To rob them of their pride in me and dull their eyes with love aflame: There is no profit that I'd take to cloud my home now sunshine filled, No sum of gold that could bring back the laughter once it bad been still'd. They do not ask that I be rich, they do not urge me to be great. To climb the mountain heights of fame or claim the honors of the State. Tbey ask me merely to be kind; they want me only to be true, And in return they give me love when each long day of work is through I'll keep my home a dwelling place for merry laughter and for song; I would not risk one little smile by bar tering with what is wrong. I'll keep those eyes aglow with pride, unto their love I'll fondly cling; For though I may be poor in purse in joys I'm richer than a king. ' Detroit Pree Press. Strengthen Weak Kidneys Don't suffer longer with weak kidneys You can get prompt relief by taking Llectrio Bitters, that wonderful remedy praised by women everywhere. Start with a bottle to-day, you will soon feel like a new woman with ambition to work, without fear of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters prompts me to write. It cured my wife when all else failed." Good for the liver as well. Nothing better for indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c. ond $1.00, at all druggists. He Was One of Them. "Remember this young man," he said, "only lunatics and rattle-brained idiots are certain of anything nowadays. Wise men hesitate." "Are you quite sure of that!" "Absolutely certain." Can't Afford to Have Kidney Trouble. ' No man with a family to support can afford to have kidney trouble, nor need he fear it with such a remedy at band as Foley s Kidney rills. An honest med icine, safe and reliable, costing little but doing much good. Foley Kidney Pills eliminate backache and rheumatism, tone up the system and restore normal action of kidneys and bladder. CapL 5. M. Boone Leaves. CapL S. M, Boone left Monday for Danville, where he will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Scott. He said he hated very much to leave Winchester, as he has many true and dear friends in this city. His leaving will be greatly regretted by Capt. Boone's many friends Winchester Sun. The healing demulcent qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound are not duplicated in any other medioine for coughs and colds. Any substitute of fered you is an inferior article. Refuse to aooept it for it cannot produce the healing and soothing effects of Foley's lloney and Tar Uom pound. Insists up on the genuine, which contains no opiates. Is your house and barn insured? Bet ter see Burnam, the Insurance man. tf BABY HEALTH CONTESTAT FAIR Will be One of Many Novelties of Especial Interest to Ladies PROMINENT WOMEN HERE Exhibits Will Show What Perfect Baby Should Be Mrs. John L. Woodbury, of Louisville, Will An swer All Inquiries Regarding Details of Contest. A new feature announced for the coming Kentucky State Fair is the Baby Health Contest, and already It has attracted a great deal of attention. This contest is modeled after those which have been so successful in other states, notably Iowa. The contest in this state was first inaugurated in 1911 by the Iowa branch of the National Congress of Mothers, with Mrs. Mary P. Watts in charge. The Kentucky Federation of Wom en's Clubs has been asked to co-operate with the Kentucky State Fair, and the chairman of their Health De partment, Mrs. Lafon Riker, asso ciated with Mrs. George Grant and Mrs. Herbert Ottenheimer, of the Health Committee, will act in an ad visory capacity. Uniformity is absolutely essential in the examination and marking of the children in order to secure any results of value in a nation-wide movement. The score card, so long and univer sally used, is such a basis for uni formity that Its exclusive use is very important in this work and it has ac cordingly been adopted by Kentucky. The prizes will be of comparatively small amount or value. To offer val uable prizes, or to permit such offers by newspapers, baby food manufac turers, photographers, or others inter ested in advertising themselves or their business, would excite the cupidity of parents, cause a scramble for gain in stead of a search for knowledge, and en danger and tend to commercialize the whole movement The Babies' Health Contest at the coming Kentucky State Fair will be in charge of Mrs. John L. Woodbury, of Louisville, who will be glad to answer all Inquiries regarding the work. RACING EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR STATE FAIR. Stars of the Track to Compete for Rich Stakes Classy Trotting and Racing Promised for Show. The eleventh annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held in Louisville next Sep tember 15-20, promises a celebration of a magnitude, excellence and general Interest that has never heretofore been eclipsed by a like event, and no phase of the fair will offer a more uni versal attraction than the racing pro gram which has been arranged. The Early Closing Events for trot ters and pacers, entries for which closed May 15, includes the unprece dented enlistment of 126 contestants, a roster which is fully 40 per cent larger than any heretofore recorded, and which, it is said, numbers some of the classiest examples of horse flesh the country can boast. There are a half dozen stakes for which these horses will compete, the first two being $500 trotting events for two and three-year olds, and the re mainder $1,000 stakes for 2:11 and 2:10 pacers and 2:14 and 2:20 trot ters. In addition to the trotting and pac ing events, the fair will offer daily run ning races, with entries including some of the classiest and speediest horse flesh then stabling at the Doug las Park track In preparation for the fall race meet, which Immediately fol lows the week of the State Fair. Feature of Closing Day. The feature of paramount Interest on the closing day of the fair will be the Gentlemen's Cup Race. The Brew ers' Association has donated a silver cup as trophy to the winner of this race. Entries for the purse races for trot ters and pacers will not close until a week prior to the opening of the fair. The purses for. these events are $500 each, evenly divided among the trot ters and pacers. The list will include 2:12, 2:16, 2:18 and 2:24 trotters and 2:12. 2:14. 2:18 and a free-for-all in the pacing class. The entire track program for the coming fair has been arranged with a view to variety, and lovers of good, clean sport and of royally-bred ani mals may anticipate one of the most pretentious exhibitions in the history of the state. The Kentucky State Fair track is rated as one of the finest ever laid. and the recently-enlarged grand stand offers an ideal mecca for sociability. as well as sporting recreation. This contest, which Is open to farm boys and students of any agricultural college. Is a splendid incentive to scientific farming, and there Is noth ttag so deeply interesting to the future "bone and sinew" of the state as the opportunity to demonstrate their prac tical knowledge as tillers of the soil and breeders of fine stock. A special donation of $21 in gold has been made by J. B. Bowles, ot Bards town, Ky., In the saddle horse judging contest, and D. H. Ewlng A Sons, of Louisville, Ky.r have given $25 as prize for the best boy Judge ot dairy cattle. Don't Let feaby Suffer With Eczema and Skin Eruptions, Babies need a perfect skin covering. Skin eruptions cause tbem not only in tense suffering, but hinder their growth, Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment can be relied on for relief and permanent eure of suffering babies whose skin eruption have made their life miserable. "Out. baby was amiclea with breaking out of toff skin all over the face and scalp. Doctors and skin specialists failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment and wera overlovad to tea baby completely oured before one box was used," writes Mrs. Strubler, Dubu que, lowa. All druggists, or by mail. oo cents. prEIPFKB CHEMICAL COMPAXT St Looia. Ma Philadelphia, Pa. One Perfect Man. ' "There was one man whose life was perfect," said the Sunday school teach er. "Which one of you can tell me who he was?" . Little Mary Jane's hand went up and the teacher nodded to her. "He was mamma's first husband,'.' she replied. 30,000 VOICES And Many Are the Voices of Richmond People. Thirty thousand voices what a grand chorus! And that's the number of A- merican men and women who are pub licly praising Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from backache, kidney and blad der ills. Tliev say it to friends. Tbey tell it in the home papers. Richmond people are in this chorus. Here's a Kichmond case. Mrs. Pearle Boen, 109 Hallie-Irvine st. Richmond, Ky., says: "My back ached and my kidneys were disordered. At times 1 was nervous and did not sleep well. I fell little like getting about, in fact, I was miserable in every way until I used Doan's Kidney Pi IN, procured at Middelton's Drug Store. 1 began to feel tine immediately after I commenced to take them and continued use made me better in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y , sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other The Sheep. The other day ia a Cleveland school this composition was handed in by a lit tle German boy: ''The sheep are weak and foolish ani mals. They are very useful. We can use everything on them except their bleat. The sheep learn'tlieir shepherd very easy, but o herwise they are dumb animals. "They eat hay, grass and carrot soup. And the captain of the sheep is called the Bell-buck." Woman's Home Com panion. Do You Fear Consumption? No matter how chronic your couth r how severe your throai or lung ailment is, Dr King's New Discovery will surely help you; it may save your life. Still man Green, of Malichite, Colo., writes: Two doctors said 1 had consumption and could not live two years. I used Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it fails to benefit. The best home remedy for couehs, colds throat and lung trou bles. Price 50c and 11. Guaranteed by all dealers. The Wrong Kind. A strapping German, with big beads ot perspiration streaming down his face. was dai ting in and out among the aisles of a department store. His excited actions attracted the at tention of all the salespeople and they hardly knew what to make of it. A hustling young man of the clothing de partment walked up to the fellow and asked: "Are you looking for something in men's clothing?" "No," he roared, "not in men's clod- ings, in vimmen's clodings. I can't find mine vife." Foley's Kidney Pills cure obstinate cases of kidney and bladder trouble, rheumatism and lumbago, because they remove the cause. You cannot take this honest curative medicine into your sys- without getting the right results. Try them. Our line of Coffees are as fine as you can gel in any market. Give them a rial. Covinirton Thorpe Co. 57-tf. A Splendid Investment Northern Louisiana Plan tation For Sale. This plaatation contains 1,800 acres.of which 800 are In a high stale of culti vation. uemainder of the place is in virgin hardwood timber, which, if work ed out and sold in log at present prices, will pay twice for the land its stands on. The soil of this place is of alluvial de posit, rich and productive. It is suita ble for corn, cotton, cane, oats, alfalfa. lespedeza and red clover. This land is high, dry, well drained, end does not ov erflow. It is in the artesian water belt. The property is located on good grad ed road; in four miles of railroad, is close to churches and good school. The improvements consist of an eight room, two-story residence, together with all necessary outbuildings, two mule barns, implement house, auto house. blacksmith shop, cotton gin and 25 good tenant houses. This property, which is owned by an oia gentleman, who, on account of ex treme age, is desirous of retiring from farming, can be bought at the low price or ezo per acre, on very liberal terms, and at that price is included all the im plements necessary for the cultivation of the place, and thirty two head of gond young mules and horses. This platation, now stocked with high class labor, is located in the neighbor hood of the large plantation recently purchased by Messrs. Thomas H. Col lins and Oscar J. Patton. Also it is lo cated in one of the best live stock sec tion of Louisiana, and would make an ideal stock ranch. To any one who is looking for an investment, I will say that there is not an acre of this planta tion that wont out produce any acre you pick in Kentucky in dollars and cents when it comes to the investment. I will lake pleasure in furnishing any further information you may wish. 2 8t J. T. Ferbiell, Richmond,Ky. PUBLIC 5 ALL As executor of Paralee Fitzpatrick, deceased, I will sell to the highest bid der at her late residence on the Barnes Mill pike, on Tuesday, Sept. 16th at 9:30 a. m. the following described personalty: 1 brood mare; 2 work mules; 1 2-year-old mule; 1 yearling mule; 1 mule colt 1 4-year-old harness gelding; 1 cow and 1 cow and calf: 1(1 steers; I two horse wagon; 1 hay frame; 1 cultivator, 1 har row; 2 buggies; 1 turning plow, double shovel; set wagon harnes; grind stone; about 700 bales of hay; some seed rye; lot of chickens. Terms made known on day of sale. Geo. T. Fitzpatrick, Lxer. R. Emmett Million 1 HucceMor to iturgia A Denny D E NT 1ST1 OVER LANE'S JEWELRY - STORE H. C. JAMES Will buy or sellyour house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arecneed ed. We represent iron bound Insurance Companies re member this. . W. M. BOWMAN Bowman Bros. Contractors and Builders All work guaranteed to be first-class in every particular. Plans and specifications furnished on application Telephones Filled Vacant Seat THE Boulgers were about to start on an automobile ride, when a friend who was to have gone telephoned that she was too ill to make. the trip. Who would have the vacant seat? A telephone call to another friend found her ready and eager to accept the short notice invitation. When it is necessary to change plans, the Telephone is invaluable in making last-moment arrangements. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY IXCORFOaXATED Buy A Jewel and Save Fuel Wp offer you in a Jewel llanjje more quality, more exclusive features and more conveni ence for the money than any other ran;e man ufactured. We show j'ou many patterns, styles and sizes. Everv inner part of a Jewel is made removable, easily cleaned and con venient. Is much less expensive than others not as pood. Buy a J E WEL this week Gasoline Stoves We carry a complete line of Gasoline Stoves in two and three burner styles. Remember the warm days are coming when j-ou may need one of these. Every one is a real value Oil Cook Stoves We offer New Perfection Cil Gxk Stove with two, three and four burners, the only oil stove manufactured that does not have an odor Richmond Heating and Plumbing Co. Telephone 270 Stomach Out of Order? Belching Gas lnd Sour Food? Want to Relieve It? Trying to think what upset your stomach or what it was you ate th.it c;u.- .l th! trouble? Listen! If your stomach is giving you trouble, if sour. chnv :m.I upset, and what you just ale has fermented into stubborn l-imps. your bead d: y and aches, belch gase heartburn, breath foul, toneue coated then t:tke a PEPSIN AID Tablet and in a few minutes the trouble will disappear. lis nee.l less to have a bad stomach a PEPSIXAID Tablet taken occasionally keeps (hit delicate organ regulated try it, and eat your favorite food -with relish and .'U out fear. QS)(eMA 1 Tv Cores Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Other Disorders Arising From a Faulty Digestive System PRICE 50 CENTS Kentucky SEPTEMBER The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products ; of their farms and best specimens of iivesiocs ana 10 tne women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for which liberal premiums are offered. S3 0,0 00 in Premiums 6-BIG DAYS-6 . ' Eetoi Ratal Bates For Information, Entry Blank. Catalotf. Etc. address 70S PAUL JONES BUILDING The Scmi-Wcefely Climax 1 Year $1.00 H. K. BOWMAN 28 and 179 Clay Building-, Main Street Soar Stomach, Gas. Heartburn and ANY DRUG STORE State Fair 15 to 20, 1913 J. L. DENT, Secretary, LOUISVILLE (D