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The Clark County Grand Jury, the First to Thoroughly Investigate Election Frauds
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LOOK good to you, don't they? Well, these are but two
of our many gingery Autumn styles in Adler's Col
legian Clothes. All the latest shades, the newest weaves,
the most pleasing turns of fashion are well represented.
Any Collegian Suit you select will keep its shape and give
you wonderful service. Come in and post yourself on the
latest kinks in correct dress.
J. S. Stanifer
Comer Main and Second
Richmond
Stomach Out of Order? Belching Gas
Jlnd Sour Food? Want to Relieve It?
Trying to think what upset your stomach or what it was you ate that caused
the trouble? Listen! If your stomach is giving you trouble, if sour, gassy and
upset, and what you just ale has fermented into stubborn limps, your head dizzy
Hnd aches, belch gases, heartburn, breath foul, tongue coated then take a
PKPSIXAID Tablet and in a few minutes the trouble -will disappear. It s need
less to have a bad stomach a PEPSIXAID Tablet taken occasionally keeps this
delicate organ regulated try it, and eat your favorite food "with relish and with
out fear.
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Left to righttop rowLewis Hagan, Clarence Boswell, John Booth, Frank Miller, T. G. Barrow, Sam
P. Hodgkim, T. M. Hampton. Bottom Row John Stone, W. H. Orine, Sam Pursley, foreman, Jasper
McDonald and Stanley Clay
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES
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Cares Iadlae&llon. Dyspepsia. Soar Stomach, Gas, Heartburn and
Other Disorders Arising From a Faulty Digestive System
PRICE 50 CENTS ANY DRUG STORE
USE ELECTRICITY
There is a Right Way to do Everything.
There is Right Way to do Your Lighting
WL KNOW THAT WAY
and have engaged the services of Mr. N.
R. Chase, lighting specialist for the Gen
eral Electric Co., who will be at your ser
vice for -
ONE WEEK
and will give Richmond his special atten
tion with a view to bringing the home,
factory and office lighting situation up to
the highest possible standard of excell
ence and efficiency.
His Service and Advice Costs Absolutely
Nothing.
A 'PHONE MESSAGE to us will arrange
a consultation and then you will v know
how your service can be improved if pos
sible and how you can acquire maximum
results at minimum cost 'Phone your
troubles and we will help you.
Kentucky Utilities Co.
Telephone 486
Kentucky Carriage Works
W. Arthur Todd, Proprietor
. Successor to B. M. Lackey
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Sole g ent for
Columbus, Mover and Houghton Buggies
besides many other brands
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Richmond, Ky
COUNTY TICKET
For Representative
J. F. WHITE
For County Judge
W. R. SHACKELFORD
For County Attorney
R. H. CROOKE
For County Clerk
, R. B. TERRILL
For Sheriff
V. B. BENTON
For Jailer
MORGAN TAYLOR
For Assessor
P. S. WHITLOCK
For School Superintendent
H. H. BROCK
CITY TICKET
For Mayor
SAMUEL RICE
For City Attorney
D. M. CHENAULT
For Police Judge
J. D. DYKES
For Chief of Police
D. F. POWERS
For Councilmen
T. T. COVINGTON
ROBERT GOLDEN
W. T. VAUGHN
EMIL LOHRISCH
T. S. TODD
S. A. DEATHERAGE
Estill's Republican Candidate
For Judge.
In an affidavit published in the Irvine
Tribune, John C. Todd, one of the can
didates on the Republican ticket, in the
late primary, says that David Newton,
the nominee for county judge on that
ticket, sought to induce him to violate
his solemn obligation not to use money
liquor other thing of value to procure
votes. He was utterly astounded at the
proposition, and concludes that such a
man should not preside over the desti
nies of 14,000 people a conclusion
which if based on facts, there will
hardly be one to eainsay.
Have Beautiful Hair
Use Parisian 5age
If your hair is too dry, brittle, dull.
thin, or if the scalp "burns and itches,
immediately begin the use of Parisian
Sage. The first application removes the
dandruff, cools and invigorates the scalp,
and increases the beauty of the hair by
making it soft wavy abundant.
Parisian Saga supplies hair needs. It
is delicately perfumed not sticky or
greasy. Surely try a 50o bottle.
2t. Perry's Dbuo Store.
Winchester Notes.
Charles Hollln, charged with the mur
der of Lewis Brandenburg, was granted
bail by Judge Benton at Winchester in
the sum of $5,000.
The Grand Jury adjourned Saturday
after finding 37 indictments for felonies
and 20 for misdemeanors. Among the
indicted are Zack Conner, Jesse Spencer,
Allen Rankin, John Sumpter and Po
liceman John Ballard, all on the charge
of receiving a bribe in the recent pri
mary, and Will Eubank, for placing a
bet on the election. The jury says it
was hampered by inability to secure
witnesses in the election frauds. Some
of these witnesses have left the county
to evade service, some were reported not
found, and it is doubtful whether there
was much effort made to find them. The
witnesses referred to are:' Ott Stewart,
Tom Tipton, A. Howard Hampton, W.
C. Uaines, J. Stone Howard. Geo. Baf-
lard, Henry Walters, H. Clay Owens
and Charlie Curry.
(Deals
New Railroad Up The
Rockcastle.
A dispatch from Washington says that
Attorney C. C. Williams, of ML Vernon,
has made the final arrangements in New
York for financing the building of a
twenty-eight-mile railroad between East
Bernstadt, in Laurel county, and McKee,
Jackson county, and construction of the
road will start in thirty days-. The new
railroad will be called the Rockcastle
River Railway. It will be financed by
the Bond Lumber Company, of Pennsyl
vania, and the Bond-Fo'ey Lumber Co.,
of New York, interests which own 20,000
acres of virgin forest land in Jackson
county.
14 Real EstaleA
Stock and Crop
ktporta of Spe- I
dal Interest it J
The Burley Tobacco Society has com
promised all its back tax suits for $10,
000. John G. Pearce sold to W. A. Cooper,
of Mercer, 12 730-pound cattle at 5 to 6
cents a pound, Danville Messenger.
Sales of 40 steers, at Cc, six car loads
of "eating" cattle at 3 1-2 to .6 and hogs
at 7 l-2c are reported in the Stanford In
terior Journal.
A Lincoln county farmer sold 7 shoats
to a distillery man four months ago for
t 'i. The latter sold them last month
for $04, or about 300 per cent, profit.
Sid Hart, of Montgomery, bought 100
feeding cattle in West Virginia and
brought them to his farm to be fed for
export cattle. They averaged 1,100 and
cost 6 l-4(s
Harry L zarus, of Bowling-Green,
recently bought 20 mules 'of Barren &
Simpson at $90 to $335; 21 mules of Bow
ing Green parties at $200 to $230. Good,
fat mules of quality are in good de
DeBaun & Edwards, of Perry ville, sold
to Webb & Rupley 20 head of steers and
cows for $785. DeBaun & Minor, of the
same place, sold 21 150-pound hogs to
W. C. Carpenter at 8o. Danville Advo
cate, '
The biggest live stock deal made near
Eltzabethtown in several years was clos
ed last week when Lee Harned, of Bos
ton, sold 186 cattle to the Indianapolis
Abattoir Co at 8o a pound; 103 averag
ed 1,320 and the other 83 averaged 1,281.
Mr. Harned received $19,332.64 for the
entire lot.
-Richardson & Kiggers sold 150 1,100-
pound cattle to Indiana parlies at 6 3-4c
They say this was the best lot of cattle
they have handled since they have been
in business here. The' same firm 'sold
100 mixed cattle from 800 to 1,000 lbs.,
at 6 to 6 l-4o, to be delivered Oct. 10th.
Glasgow Times. -
Simple Ejiough.
Professor If ar person in good health,
but imagined himself sick, should send
for you, what would you do?
Medical Student Give him something
to make him sick and then administer
an antidote.
Professor Don't waste any more lime
here; hang out your shingle.
A volume issued by the Bureau of La
bor Stastistics shows a jump in the prices I
of food which averages from 19 to 122 1
per cent in ten years. Marked increases
Thinks He Has Incendiary.
Assistant Fire Marshal G. T. Helm
tells the Climax that at bis instance J.
W. Johnson, a merchant of Corbin, was
arrested and lodged in jail at Williams
burg. He claims to have the proof that
Johnson set fire to his store, which was
insured for $5,000, when he had less than
$2,500 in goods. The fire spread and the
best part of (he town was burned.
When in need ol lUacksmithing in
Iny of its branches, Farming Imple
ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
Rubber tires &c get prices from R. E.
Miller, Union City, Ky. , tf
, Boar Shoats For Sale.
I have some extra nice Silver Creek
Red. boar shoats, for sale. Big enough for
service. Also some nice gilts, bred and
open. . Wm. B. Turley, Richmond. Kv.
That Car.
He owned a handsome touring car,
Tj ride in it was heaven:
He ran across a piece of glass
Bill $14.97.
' He took his friends out for a ride,
'Twas good to be alive;
The carburettor sprang a leak
Bill $10.95.
He' started on a little tour,
The fineH sort of fun:
He stopt too quick and stripta gear,
Bill $00.51.
He took his wife to town to shop,
To save car fare was great ;i
He jammed into a hitching post
Bill $278.
He spent his little pile of cash,
And then in anguish cried:
"I'll put a mortgage on the place
And take just one more ride."
Public Sale of House.
Will sell at auction, on Monday, Oct,
27ih, the House and lot on West Main
street, known as the J. Speed Smith
property. The place will be sold to the
highest and best bid ler. Terms' made
known on day of sale.
tf Mks. Geo. W. PnKLPS, Ag't.
General Sewing Machine Re
pair Shop.
Handles new and second-hand pianos
and organs, sewing machine repairing
and adjusting. C. Caldwell, 216 East
Main. Phone 431. ' 104-lm
No Feathers.
"The umpire calls a foul," said she,
. "Yet not a feather do 1 see."
"Correct," he answered; "even so!
But this is a picked nine, you know!"
Very Few,. We Fear.
The editor of the Stanford Interior
Journal wants to know how many cir
cuit judges could answer the question
propounded to Banker Hampton at Win
chester in the negative, if called before
grand juries.
1NTERURBAN SCHEDULE
-BETWEEJt-
LEXINGTON and XICHOLASVILLE
LEAVE
LKXIStiTOS
a. m 0:40
" 7;55
" L. 9:10
" 10:25
" 11:40
p. m. 12:55
" 2:10
" 3;25
" 4:40
" 6:00
" 7:20
" . 9:10
" 11:00
LEAVE
XICHOLASVILLE
a. m.
p. TO
6:00
7:15
8:30
... 9:45
11:00
12jl5
1:30
2:45
4:00
5:15
6:40
.. 8:30
10:25
CONNECTIONS
AT
NICnOLASVILLE
TO AND FROST
RICHMOND
Car Lv. Lexington 10:25 a. m., connects
. with the L. & A. for Richmond at
11:11a.m.
Car Lv. Lexington 4:40 p. m., connects
with the L. & A. for Richmond at
5:42 p. m. ?
Car Lv. Nicholasville at 8:30 a. m., con
nects with theL. &A. from Rich
mond 8:22 a. m. ;
Car Lv. Nicholasville at 2:45 p. m., con
nects witb the U A. from Rich
mond 2:38 p. m.
Public Sale
ON
Tuesday. Oct. 21, 1913
- At 10 O'clock A. M.
I will sell my farm of
120 Acres
6 room house in good repair.
good new barn and all neces-
saty outbuildings. About
SO acres in cultivation, bal
ance, in grass. Good orchard
and all kinds of fruit. In
College Hill, good schools,
churches and stores in imme
diate neighborhood.
Terms: One-half cash, bal
ance in one and two years,
with hen retained on property.
J. R PARKE
WINCHESTER, KY
A Fine Turn Out
and a pleasant companion is an enjoy
ment which has no equal on a pleasant
day and in a fine country like this.
Nature will provide ihe day and
We Have the Tura-Out
which we will furnish to you at a very
reasonable cost. Rigs of all kinds and
for all occasions niay be found here.
J. R. Azbill's
LIVERY STABLE
Phone 09 Richmond. Ky
Butcher Outfit
For Sale
Large refrigerator, butrher tools, brock,
etc., for sale cheap. I carry a nice -
Fresh Stock of Groceries,
Dried Meats
and the like and sell at the lowest
prices. Give me a trial
A. J. Broaddus
Third and Broadway . Richmond, Ky
Long Tom Chenanlt
AUCTIONEER
Sales Conducted In This and
Adjoining Counties at
Reasonable Kates
GUARANTEE
We guarantee this Vacuin Cleaner
to be free from mechanical defects
and will replace, without charge, any
parts proving defective in material
or workmanship for a period of one
year from date of purchase
Pnone 774
Richmond. Ky
Wall Paper
and
Interior Decorating
We take pleasure in announcing
to our patrors-and friends that
we are better prepared to sup
ply their wants in this line than
ever before. We have a very
complete line of new Wall
Papers consisting of the
Latest Patterns and Designs
which we are offering at very
low prices. We do our own
work and guarantee same " .
Paints and Varnishes
We also carry a complete line "
the best Floor PainU, Floor .
Varnishes, Brushes, Pictures,
Picture Frames and Mouldings.
Call 440 and we -will be glad to
talk with yon about your work.
E.Juett
i'i Sen
Bennett arid Higgins
HUSBAND RESCUED
DESPAIRING WIFE
After Fonr Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Ca?e
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. la an Interesting letter
from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
I had gotten so weak I could no! stinl,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bot.!e ct
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 com
menced taking it From the very tv,
dose, I could tell it was helping me. i
can now walk two miles without :s
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are an run down from womar.'y
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has he!?c J
more than a million women, in its
years of continuous success, and shou. J
surely help you, too. Your druggist Us
sold Cardui for years. He knows uha
it wul do. Ask him. He win reccn
mend it Begin taking Cardui today.
Writ In! Chattaaooca Meikrlna Co.. tj;,v
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tcnn.. fcr ....
Jnstrurlion an your cas. aruot-iKitfv b-k. "n -
Treat aarnt tar Waneo." km la aula wrappar. : - j
FDR SA1LJE .
Good second-hand 6 h. p. Hagan Gasoline
Engine and No. 1 0 Blizzard 5ilo Filler with
blow pipes and distribution pipes, will sell
cheap if taken at once. " Also
1 1 0 h. p. Hagan Engine
1 good 1 5 h. p. Gasoline Engine
1 4 h. p. International Engine
1 1 arge Bell lty Power utting Bck
RICHMOND HEATING and PLUMBING CO.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by loral applications, aa thry cannot mrk tba
tlUeaanl port Win of toe Mr. Thi r la otily oua
Way to ran drafM-fla, ami that W by coast itutlun
ll rcmeUte. Urafort la ratuxnl by aa In0amr4
rontMtlun of tbe mucnoa lining of thr Kufttacstaa
Tube. Wnea thia tuba la Inflamed jom have
rumbling aouu! or Imperfect bearing, and wbea
It la eutlrely rloaed lieafueiia la tb. reault. and
unleaa tba Inflammation can be takea out and
thia tube restored tb Its normal ronuitton, bear
ing mill be destroyed forever; nine eases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing but
an Indamed condition of tbe mncoua surfacea.
W. will glT One Hundred Dollars for any case
of Ikeafnea (caused by Crftarrh) that cannot ba
cured by LlaU'a Catarrh Cum. 8enal fur circu
lars, tree.
r. J. CHEXET 4 CO, Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take BaU't family Pills for constipation.
We have a full line of Cow Peas, pure
German Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc.
Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
r tlfflV.-l ATrainlns
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School for Teasers
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WHAT MAKES MORE HAPPINESS THAN SITTING AROt'ND
THE GLOWING COALS. ESPECIALLY IT THEY BE BVRNI0
IN A HANDSOME HEATING STOVE? .
OUR HEATERS WILL TONE UP THAT ROOM AND BE AJ
ORNAMENT AS WELL AS A COMifORX-f WHEN YOU BV
YOUR STOVE OR RANGE FROM US YOU WILL BUY A RE
LIABLE MAKE.
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Phone ICO. 97-121.2
Second Street "
Telephone 20
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since 1912 are indicated.

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