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ND'GLIMA
40th YEAR
RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. 1914
NUMBER 30
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? EVERYBODY I J LOOKING Foil -SOMETHING NEW
.AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH JEAJoN, AND IF
iYov are looking for Something new come
no UJ; WE'VE GOT IT' WE TRY To GET EVERY
THING NEW THAT CoMEJ OUT AND TRY TO
fGET IT FIRJT. WE ARE NOT DOING BUilNEi
UUCCEJJFlLLY BY ACCIDENT, FOR WE KNOW
WHAT AND WHEN To BUY AND HOW TO -SELL
.FOR HONE-5T PRICE-S
John R. Gibson & Co
Everything; Frozen?
No!
Our watches are just as good
" silverware just as bright
" welcome just as warm
Prove
Lane':
fit-?!
YOU WILL NOT WORK YOUR STOCK SO HARD IF YOU BUY
FROM US LIGHT-RUNNING IMPLEMENTS. WHEN YOU NEED
NEW THINGS FOR THE FARM. OR .HARDWARE OF AND
KIND. COME TO US. WE SHALL GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL
THIS IF A HOBBY WITH US. .
DOUGLAS & SIMMONS
Second Street.
n Keep your hoj
v. (mm wnrms. These deadlr Dests
nr tncV make them
follow
advice of the best stockmen,
MORE LOSSES
V follow the
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Stone. Sec of the American Hampshire bwina
Du-nrH Aecn. rivs "I know
liable and cheap to expel
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COnalUOO tO Olgesi IOUU ma
MMK
U a medicated ealt
worm remedies. Sate, eure
puts tmmtll in prime
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I otber worms iooy.
cost but 1-U cent
bog or sheep.
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WHEN ANYTHING NEW
our, line: comes
town
A. to town .,
SPJllNG IT.
We get all of the
nlw things, yolt
ARIL INVITED To A
LOOK
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Richmond, Ky
Telephone ?0
thin, scrawny an
you will have
Fit OH WORMS
of nothine so eood. re
wormtnd put
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taa- v cu
different from all other
to km worm.,
couamou j
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per o7, per
you of yourv
kilL If you 11
bogs ia '
Tfcee Is no substitute
for Royal Bating Pow
der for mating the
best cake, biscuit and
pastry. Royal is Ab
solutely Pure and the
only baking powder
made from Royal
grape cream of tartar
Good Suggestion.
The Danville llessinper suggests that
President Lawrence call an extra session
of the Kentucky Press Association and
all go to Florida and be guests of Lew
Brown, Clarence Woods and W. P. and
E. C. Walton for the next month or so.
And They Were Wed.
A young drummer named II. T. Iak
er got a one-dollar bill in change at a
Lexington hotel in 1910 upon which he
found the name of "Hati.ie Daisy Mor
ris, Louisville, Ky." Baker wrote to the
young lady and they married last Satur
day, The Latest
The latest social wrinkle is a "white
elephant party," to which each lidy
guest is invited to bring something that
she has no use for, but is too good to
throw away. Eleven husbands attend
ed one of these social functions here.
Elizabethtown News.
Mexican Veteran Dead.
The last Mexican veteran of Nicholas
passed away in the deaihjof Jno. Martin,
aged S3, at his home near Headquarters,
that county, after a long illness, lie
was the father of Dr. Wm. II. Martin, a
well-known physician of Oakdale Mills,
Nicholas county.
Best Family Laxative.
Beware of constipation. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and keep well. Mrs.
Chas. E. Smith, of West Franklin. Me.,
calls them "Our family laxative." Noth
ing better for adults or aged. Get them
today. 25c. All druggisis or by mail.
II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or
St. Louis. Adv. mar.
Isn't It The Truth?
Some men are very forgetful of the
kind words spoken of them by others
and the interest manifested in their wel
fare. But the world is full of ingrates
and the best way to treat them is when
ever they stick up their heads for pub
lic favor, whack it off Nicholasville
News.
Gus Lastin's Estate.
The will of Gus Eastin, the widely
known turfman, was admitted to pro
bate last week at Lexington. The es
tate is valued at about $100,000, most of
which was in stocks and bonds. The
Security Trust Company qualified as ex
ecutor by giving bond of $75,000.
Special bequests, aggregating $:J0,000,
were made to nephews and nieces. The
remainder oj the estate is to be divided
equally between his grand-niece, Mrs.
Annie Lou Chick Smith, with whom he
made his home, her son, Augustin Eas
tin Smith, and his grand nephew, Geo.
C. Chick.
Both Mr. Eastin and the beneficiaries
under his will are well known in this
section of Kentucky.
Itch! Itch! Itch! Scartch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more you scratch, the
worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointmrnt.
For eczema, any skin itching. 50 cents
a box. Adv. mar.
Scene from "Excuse Me"
'9
Injured by a Ho.
George Shumate was seriously injured
while feeding his hogs on his farm west
of Danville. One of the hogs became
frightened and before Mr. Shumate could
get out of his way, he was run over and
knocked down by the furious beast.
Other Railroads May Cut
Rates.
In order to compete with the L. &, N.
for passenger business in Kentucky, four
other roads the Souiern, C. & O.. Il
linois Central and the Louisville, Hen
derson & St. Louis roads may follow the
lead taken by the L. -fc X. and reduce
their rates to 2 1-2 cents between now
and April 1.
More Deer For The Bell Pre
serves. The second shipment of deer for the
game preserves provided by Bell county,
was receivdd Saturday morning by ex
press from Michigan and turned loose
immediately in the temporary enclosure
provided for them. Tiie first shipment
consisted of four does and in this ship
ment were three bucks and two does.
The Slate Game Commissioner has con
tracted for ?0 deer.
How to Catch Him.
The farmer's mule had just balked in
the middle of the road when the country
doctor came along. The farmer asked
the physician if he could give him some
thing to start the animal. The doctor
said he could and, reaching down into
his medicine case, crave him some pow
ders. The mule switched his tail, toss
ed his head and started oil at a mad gal
lop down the road.
The farmer looked first at the fiying
animal and then at the doctor, and ask
ed; "How much will that medicine
cost, Doc?"
"Oh, about fifteen cents." said the
doctor.
"Well, give me a quarter's worth,
quick!" and he swallowed it, sayiug, "I
got'r ketch that mule!"
Early Disking "Makes" Corn.
More corn failures result in Kansas
from an insufficient supply of moisture,
says the Valley Farmer, than from any
other reason. Early disking is the rem
edy. The subsoil forms a large reser
voir, where an excess of water may be
stored for futute use. The spring rain
fall can be saved by stirring the ground
so it will enter freely and by keeping the
top soil worked to prevent evaporation.
If corn land is not plowed it should be
disked early in the spring. Double disk
ing is belter. Disking keeps the soil
from-drying out so rapidly. Later in the
season the moisture in the subsoil will
rise to the surface as the crop uses the
surface water. Besides preserving wa
ter, disking will help make abetter seed
bed and destroy a great many of the first
crop weeds. A littlo early work as soon
as the land is dry enough to work helps
to pull the crop through a critical period
in the summer time.
(I
at Grand Opera House
It Costs Money.
The mansion cost almost $100,000. On
the first floor are six rooms and seven on
the second. The first floor will attract
the most attention, as on it are located
the ball-room, the banquet hall, two
drawing rooms, Gov. McCreary's private
olllce his privare diaing-rcom and the
ante-room to his office, which is but a
part of the expansive hallways. Now,
Uube, what kind of a hou-e do you live
in? Thirteen rooms, costing nearly
000 each is a fine place for your Govern
or to live in. What 1 he devil do the tax
payers want with a ball room at Frank
fort? What do they want a banquet
hall for anyway? It's a wonder they
don't have a big room for the chaplain
to hold forth in while the crowd in the
ball room is dancing and the crowd in
the banquet , hall are drinking their
extra fine wines. Dancinsr. drinking and
preaching all goins on in the Governor'9
mansion at once. And the whole paid
for by you, dear Rube Bumside Item.
What would you have, the log cabin
of your friend Beuben? '
Fares to be Reduced by The
L&N.
A reduction of one-half a cent a mile
for passenger fares on the Louisville &
Nashville railroad in Kentucky was an
nounced by W. A. Russell, passenger
traffic manager, at Louisville.
Possibly as early a April 1, certainly
not later than May 1. according to the
announcement, the rate on the L. it N.
and on all branches and new lines, ex
cept those on which the present passen
ger rate is not remunerative, the fare
will be reduced from three cents to two
and one-half cents a mile.
This reduction applies both to intra
state and interstate traffic. Combined
w.th similar reductions in Tennessee
and in Alabama, H establishes practical
ly a two and one-half-cent rate from the
Ohio river to the Gulf of Mexico.
It is estimated that this rale reduc
tion will atfeel the passenger revenues
in Kentucky in the sum of $130,000 a
year on interstate traffic and the total
cut in passenger revenue for the three
States of Kentucky, Tennessee and Ala
bama is estimated at &KX),0'J0 a year
through this redaction of half a cent.
Come to Owen McKee, Richmond
Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others
Jo and why not you. tf
A Preacher's Wife.
The following may be a new law en
acted by the Kentucky Legislature. We
refer it to the probe committee:
"The minister's wife outlu to be se
lected by a committee ot Ltie church.
She should be warranted never to have
headache or neuralgia; she sttou'd hive
nerves of wire and sinews of iron; she
should never be tired. Sue should be
cheerful and intellectual; pious and do
meslic; she should be able to keep her
husband's house, darn his socks, make
his shirls, cook his dinner and copy his
sermons. She snouia keep up tiie style
of a lady on the wages of a day laborer.
aud be always at leasure for "good
works" and ready to receive morning
calls. She should be secretary of the
Band of Hope and president of the ladies'
missionary society; she should conduct
Bible classes and mothers' meetings;
should make clothing for the poor and
gruel for the sick; and, finally, she
should be pleased with everybody and
everything, and never desire any reward
beyond the satisfaction of having done
her own duty and that of other peo
ple's, too.
An Eloquent Passage.
Probably of all the beautiful and elo
quent passages ever written by the in
imitable Georgo D. Prentice, the follow
ing is the finest:
"It cannot be that earth is man's final
resting-place. It cannot be that our life
is a bubble cast by eternity to float a
moment upon its waves' and then sink
into nothingness. Else why is it that
the high and glorious aspirations which
leap like angels from the temple of our
hearts are forever wandering unsatisfied?
Why is it that the rainbow and cloud
come over us with a beauty that is not
of earth, and then pass off to leave us to
muse on their loveliness? Why is it
that the stars which 'hold their festival
around the midnight throne' are set
above the grasp of our limited faculties.
forever mocking us with their unap
proachable glory? And, finally, why is
it that bright forms of human beauty are
presented to our view and taken from
us, leaving the thousand streams of our
affection to flow back in an Alpine tor
rent upon our hearts? There is a realm
where the rainbow never fades; where
the stars will be spread: out before us
like the islands that slumber on the
ocean, and where the beautiful beings
which pass before us like shadows will
stay forever in our presence."
I RICH MONO. IOC
A Training:
School for Tedchers
Tntt-muiliate ani Lite Crr
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Ckhuot f Kentucky. RpteU
coarw ana Btvit
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practice ixhaol, di-rmrtirtof wkultr. well Xfaippnl
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Irahr. 89mit T-r Nor" 1 Th'rl trrm Jmiw. t
T. P mirth T-rm April T, Sii r SofcoU fm Jul it,
rv,r CR4BBR. PiwMe.1.
Latest Cry o f Fashion
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WL WILL
Car Load of Purina
Horse & Mule Feed
and Purina Dairy Feed
in the coming week and are making special
on same if taken from car
2 Phones 35 and 42
Model Housekeepers
We bestow as much care on our large stock of fur
niture as does the most fastidious housewife on hers.
That is because, in addition to.a natural desire to pre
sent a clean stock of goods for your inspection, and
the pride we take in the fine articles of furniture we
show, we hope -to eventually place them in your homes
in the same perfect condition in which we received
them so that you may take pride in them also.
Bennett & Higgins
Furniture and Undertaking
STUDEBARER
FARM WAGONS
Buggies, Carriages, Road Wagons
and Frazier Carts
Rubber Tiring
Ky. Carriage Works
W. Arthur Todd, Proprietor
Successor to
Cor. 5econd and Water
I Am In The Market For
Furs : of : All : Kinds
Hides, Feathers, Scrap Iron, Etc
Don't sell until you see me. I always pay
the highest market prices
M: WIDES
in Outer Garments
fresh from the style
centers is to be found
in our
Advanced Spring
Display
practically every
thing that's smart and
neat
B. E. BELUE i CO
EAST MAIN AND
COLLINS
HAVE A
West Main-Street
a Specialty
B. ii. Lackey
Richmond, Ky
I
W. D. BUCKLEV & COMPANY
Tuesday, March A 7 ...
CORNER MAIN AND ORCHARD STREET3
RICHMOND
Phone 363
KENTUCKY

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