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LIMA
40th YEAR
RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1914
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Have Arrived Call
and See Them
Straw Hats K7r Hole-Proof
The renowned - Monogram rt
Barf ord & Sons Belts
Imported For the Ladies
Try a Pair Shirts Neckwear
Broctonias That You Will The Latest
$3.50 Admire Creations
It is to your interest to come
here first if you want
to save money
J
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209 West Main
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Crescent1,
FWer
It is surprising how .
much time, trouble and an
noyance this simple little
Crescent-Filler will save in a
year's time. It is to be found
only on
CONKLIN'S
Self -Filling Fountain Pen
nd is the means bv which anyone
may immediately recognize the most
peri eel touniam pen wuc.
Call and let us tell you all
about the advantages of
the Coakiia,
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Stockton's Drug Store
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This week we are fea
turing our complete line
and are offering really
unusual values in the
latest and correct styles
in
Millinery,Coats
5uits, Dresses,
Skirts, Blouses,
Skirts and Shirt Waists
Everything that is new
and smart for women
and children
B. E. BELUE & COMPANY
CORNER MAIN a COLLINS STREETS
Chautauqua July 5th.
Another delightful Chaulauqau week
will soon be here. Two years ago we
had our first one put on by the lied path
Organization. It was good. A year ago
the same people put on another one for
us. It was better. This year it will be
better still. It wil begin July 5th and
continue seven days and by the courtesy
of Dr. Crabbo will be held on Eastern
Normal campus, an ideal location. We
have scanned the program and it is fine.
Call at the Climax office and get one and
see for yourself what good things are in
store. Then "get busy" and talk Chau
tauqua. It is ocb cuautauqua. Don't
forget that. Let's all pull, a long pull,
a pull together, an 1 make it the biggest,
best and most enjoyable week of the
year. e can do it.
Single tickets for all the entertain
ments would cost $3.20. Season tickets
admitting to all the entertainments dur
ing the seven days are $2 00.
' Traveling Checks.
Travelers' Checks, good in all parts of
the world, sold by the Madison National
Bank. 41 Gt
Problemo.
There are two great labor problems.
One is to find work for the unemployed,
and the the other is to get work out of
the employed Washington Herald.
G. A. R. Officers Elected.
At the meeting at Barboursvlle, Wed
nesday last, Capt. Edwin Far'ey, of Pa-
ducah, was elected Commander of Ken-(
tucky Department urand Army ot me
Republic; John C. Gunn, Lexington,
Senior Vice-Commander and George F.
Bretz, of Barbourville, Junior Vice-Commander.
Always bead to Better Health.
Serious sicknesses always start in dis
orders of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
The best corrective and preventive is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They Purify the
Blood Prevent Constipation, Keep liv-
er, ividneys anu joweis in a iieauny
condition. Give you oetter neaiin oy
ridding the system of fermenting and
gassy foods. Effective and mild. 25c,
at your Druggist. jun
Struck Oil.
C. It, Dulin, of Greencastle, Indiana,
struck a fine flow of oil last week on the
Williams & Maplo 4,000 acre tract of
land, about four miles northeast of Ir
vine. The well is estimated by oil men
to be good for from 10 to 15 barrels per
day. The oil is light green and will test
34 gravity. The well is causing quite a
stir in and . around Irvine. Leases are
being taken on all sides of the well.
Prof. EL. P. Kelly Married.
Prof. E. P. Kelly, well known in this
city, having been connected with Cald
well Ilieh School several years, and
Miss Edwina Lanham, of Knoxville,Ky
were married at the home of the bride
i Wednesday morning, June 10. After a
short bridal triD they will return to
Hawesville, where Prof. Kelly is princi
pal of the high school. Miss Virginia
Murphy, of Louisville, was bridesmaid
and Mr. John Keller, of this city, was
best man.
William Day. said to be formerly of
Breathitt county,' while in a drunken
frenzy at Neon, Letcher county shot
eight persons, one of whom is dead, and
several others of whom are likely to die
Day himself was killed by a posse.
HEARD IN RICHMOND
Opening Ball.
The opening ball of Oil Springs, Clark
county, will be given tomorrow evening.
Music by the Lexington Saxophone trio
Mr. Wm. II uls, proprietor of the springs,
requests us to announce that a cordial
invitation is extended to the citizens of
Madison county.
Chief of Police Out of Tcwn.
Chief of Police, Capt. D. F. Powers,
left Monday for Grand Uapids, Mich., to
attend the meeting of the International
Association of Chiefs. In his absence
Capt. Jas. Potts will act as Chief. Bet
ter be good, boys; Capt. Jim has his eye
on you. Let's all be good this week, so
Capt. Jim can have a good report to
make to the Chief on his return.
(Deals
Stock and Crop
Wcports of Spe
cial Interest : :
Army worms have appeared in great
numbers in Mercer eounty and are liter
ally destroying all kinds of crops.
Make up your mind- to keep nothing
but pure-bred stock and fowls on your
farm during the coming years.
W. II. Curtice, of Eminence, sold to
Col. E. II. Taylor, of Frankfort, the 2-year-old
Hereford bull. Beau Fairfax
XXIV, for $12,000. Tin is is said to be
the highest price ever paid for a Here
ford bull in this State.' Hisformerown
er says he i? a "freak of nature." From
all accounts he will be. a promising con
tender for show ring honors this fall.
This is a great year for saddle horse
stakes. The Iowa and Minnesota State
Fairs offer $1,000 sttkes for the first
time. Shelbyville. Ky., offers $1,500;
Sedalia, Mo., $2,500; Mt. Sterling, Kj.,
$2,000 and the Kentucky State Fair $3,-
000.
As an evidence of how Clydesdales are
appreciated in the country of their ori
gin, one of the big breeders of Scotland
recently paid $10,000 for a nine-months-oU
colt.
In Kentucky silos stand on many
farms. When the hum of the limestone
grinder is heard on the farm that has
also its silo, then indeed is the begin
ning of new and better times for that
farm.
A large limestone crusher is being us
ed on the farm of Geo. Brewer, near Fal-
Jeware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
merptry rM surety destroy tbe on of not.
ad c. mUt. Ijr derail t-e fettle 3tcm wbe:
tuivriu tt 1 1.4 b.l tlM a.ucub. fi.l f net.
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fciifiictu.-l by F. J. Cbci.r " T.lcdv O.
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Don't forget JNO. R. GIBSON'S sale.
Constipation causes headache, indiges
tion, dimness, drowsiness. For a mild,
opening medicine, use Doan's Regulets.
25c a box at all stores. jun
For Rent
Warehouse near L. & N. depot and
ro elegant office rooms over Yeager's
welrv store. Colby Taylor, Phone
292. 33-tf
To feel strong, have good appetite and
digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life,
use Burdock Blood Bitters, the famiy
yttem tonic. Price $1.00. jun
I How Bad 'Backs Have Been
Made Strong Kidney Ills
Corrected.
All over Richmond you hear it. Doan's
Kidney Pills are keeping up the good
work. Richmond people are telling about
it telling of bad backs made sound
aeain. . You believe the testimony of
your own townspeople." They tell it for
the beneht oi you wno are sunenng. 11
your back aches, if you feel lame, sore
and miserable, 11 tne Kianeys act too
freaueritlv. or passages are painfnl, scan
ty and off color, use Doan's Kidney Pills
tne remedy that Das helped so many or
vour friends and neighbors, tollow this
Richmond citizen's advice and giv
Doan's a chance to do the same thin
for you.
Mrs'. L. H. Todd. 128 Big Tlill avenue
Richmond, Ky , says: ,'I felt run down
and in need of a kidney medicine when
I heard of Doan s Kidney Pills. 1 got
supply at Middelton's Drug Store, and
they made me reel better and stronger
in every way.
Mrs. Todd is only one of many Rich
mond people who have gratefully en
dorsed Doan s Kidney Pills, ii your
back aches if your kidneys bother you
don t simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for' Doan' t Kidney Pills, the
same that Mrs. Todd had the remedy
backed by home testimony. 50c at al
stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Proprietors,
Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back ii
Lame Remember the Name."
This 2 Daj
Festival Comprises
A Recital by Marcus A. Kellerman, the Great Dramatic Baritone
A Concert by The Cathedral Choir
Band Concerts by Bohumir Kryl and his Band
Cornet Solos by Bekumir Kryl
Grand Finale A Production of "Martha" by The Denton Grand
Opera Company, with Band Accompaniment.
When the dates ef Grand Opera Comyaay ceae Sunday thsy will -SiT
selectiens from the Orateriot instead. v '
A two dollar season ticket purchased of the Local
j Auspices in advance of the opening of the Chautauqua
g aumus not oniy 10 an 01 me aoove dui aiso to rive j
Other Big Days. 4
CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE JULY 5th TO 11th
mouth, to crush stone very fine for the
purpose of fertilizing his land. It is said
that many other farmers are arranging
to follow the plan. It will restore worn
out and tired land quicker than anything
else.
At a sale of American-bred Jerseys
held at Shelbyville by John A. Lee, 100
animals sold for $11,735, or an average
of $118 a head.
NEWS NOTES
The 37th annual meeting of the Ken
tucky Pharmaceutical Association will
be held in Lexington during three days
this week, beginning yesterday.
Over 15,000 women visitors attended
the meeting in Chicago of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs.
Experts believe that Lincoln county
rests over an oil pool equal to the best
in Oklahoma. Drilling was begun last
week.
High School pupils in Lexington earn
ed more than f 10,000 last year by work
done out of school hours. Six earned
more than $300 each.
1 Women wage-earners are growing in
numbers in Great Brittain. For every
five men who earn wages there are two
women who do the same.
Eleven candidates have entered the
race for the Democratic nomination for
Governor of South Carolina to succeed
Cole Blease. It is expected that several
more will announce before the entries
close.
"Let them die" is becomidg the pop
ular slogan in England against the suf
fragettes. To this end a bill may be in
troduced in Parliament to protect all jail
keepers from any damages in allowing
to starve to death any woman who is on
a "hunger strike."
A bill making it a penal offense for
any Cabinet head. Senator or Represen
tative to deliver a lecture for pay was
introduced in the House by Repeesenta
tive Britten, Republican. He attacked
Bryan, La Folliette and Murdock for
their known attitude toward Chautauqua
tours.
Don't forget JNO. R. GIBSON'S sale
McCreary May Open Head
quarters. Two of the candidates for the Demo
cratic nomination for United States Sen
ator for the long term, Stanley and Beck
ham, have already established headquar
ters in Louisville and now it is said that
Gov. McCreary is contemplating a simi
lar move in the interest of his candida
cy. The Governor has arranged a list of .
speaking dates extending to July 4th, at
which time he will speak here, his home
town.
Insure your stock against lightning an d
your tobacco against hail with J. W.
Crooke. Office at Citizens National
Bank. 43-8l.
McKinney & Deatlierage
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay,
Corn and Oats, 5alt, Queensware
and Pottery. Prompt delivery.
2 Phones 35 and 42
West Main Street
Their First
Breafast
It's a wise bride that doesn't at
tempt to much for that breakfast.
She can escape cooking in a hot
kitchen, avoid rich, greasy foods, and
have a good breakfast just the same by
serving
POST '
TOASTIES
Toastles are choicest bits of Indian
Corn perfectly cooked, delicately fla
vored, rolled paper-thin and toasted
to a crisp, appetizing brown.
This food comes In tightly sealed packages, ready for Instant servlnq with cream and
sugar-also delicious with tresh berries.
Light, wholesome, nutritious and temptingly good for the "first breakfast" and the
countless meals that will follow-
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Sold by Grocers everywhere.
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