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9 66 O 'To) ; " ' . v .... - ' , . .... , . Aiuicfiojii Sale df gw .jjIllCili These are the only Lots in Richmond that are ideally located. Concrete walk and macadam street in front of this addition. Water, Gas and Electricity connections. H Lots to the highest and best bidden SSl isi; BMfl given away FMEE ! Be on the grounds and get a chance. FOLLOW THE BAND! I ' -, SMilME RE AI tints. News In and Around Berea Mrs. Samuel ClarkJs visiting her son, Prof. F. O. Clark. Miss Addie Bowling is visiting Mrs. Will Smith at Richmond. Mrs. W. C. Hunt left Sunday to join her husband in Knoxville, Tenn. j Mr. Chester Lewis, of Lancast er, visited friends several days last week. Misses Bessie and Ruby Smith were in Richmoncf'Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wallace visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace last week. Dr. and Mrs. Efham, of Cincinnati, O.. were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Best, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coleman, - of Cincinnati, (X, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coddington, last week. Mr. M. E. Vaughn who underwent an operation at College Hospital last Wed nesday is getting along nicely. Mrs. Frank Blazer who has been visiting her parents for two weeks left Saturday to visit relatives on Copper Creek. Mrs. W. M. Wilson and daughters, Minnie and Willie left Wednesday for a months visi t with relatives in Paris, 111. -oo- An Ideal Fourth large and still ; grdwing. Con gratulations to Superintendent Woolf and teachers for the enthustastic and splendid work they are doing. If more Fourths were celebrated this way we would have better Sunday Schools and saner Fourths. -oo- Go to North Carlina Mr. F. O. Bowman and sister, Maude, left Thursday for Minn eapolis, N. C. where Mr. Bowman will be principal of the Minneapolis- Graded School. Miss Maude will teach in the school. -oo- Booked Again Rev. Jones the noted Sunday worker for the Kentucky Con ference, who spoke at the District Conference held in Berea last week, is booked for a return date sometime in August. -oo- An ideal Fourth was realized last Friday by the Berea Baptist Sunday School, the occasion be ing the Annual Picnic Nearly 300 people, men, women and children in wagons, carriages and automobiles went to Slate Lick Springs where the entire day was spent to the pleasure of all. To gether they played, laughed, talk ed and ATE. It was a day when all were young again. The way the members of the Church co operated in making the picnic a success is highly commendable. Berea Baptist Sunday School is Meeting Closes The very interesting revival meeting at the Silver Creek Bap tist Church closed Wednesday night. The meeting was conduct ed by the Rev. Chas. Brookshire, ofOwensboro. -oo- J. W. Coyle Operated On Mr. J. W. Coyle ;who under went an operation at Gibson Infirmary last Monday is improv ing nicely. -oo- School Opens The Berea Public School began i 1 I I M. M. HAMILTON Successor to Vaugh &. VanDeveer Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Cured Meats WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE Phone 614 Cor. Main and Collins Sts. Your Vite, Your Influence, Respectfully Solicited. IFoi? County Cleric Hemocratic Primary, aturday9 Aug. 2, V M-'.:Vioi3- Monday with. Mr. Hardin Long as Principal, assisted by Mrs. B. F. Van Winkle, Misses Mary Tatum, Etta Moore and Mr. Will Dean. -oo-- Methodist Preaching i - i. Rev. Geo. W. Everett preached at the Methodist Church Sunday and will continue to do so during the absence of the pastor, Rev. O. C. Hass. -oo- Oscar Clark Dead Oscar Clark, of Berea, died of typhoid fever at Harlan, Sunday morning, remains were brought to Berea for burial, Monday. Mrs. Moberley Dead Mrs. Bettie S. Moberly, wife of C. F. Moberly, deceased, was on the morning of July 4, found in her bed unconscious. She never revived. She died July 5th and was buried in our cemetery July 6, 1913. She was the only daughter of Solomon and Maria Smith, She was the sister of Hon. W. B. Smith, now the only surviving member of the family. One by one they have crossed the river and she has gone to meet them. Mrs. Moberly was an unassum ing, gentle, kind-hearted woman, a devoted wife and loving mother. She cared for her friends and sympthized with those in trouble and she was always ready to lend a helping hand. She has left us, but she leaves behind her a good name, a rich legacy to her four children, W. S. and Thos. Moberly, Mrs. George Corzelius and Mrs. Rosa May Toy and her little grand-daughter, Betsy S. Toy. Her whole life will be to them a pleasant mem ory. While with us she acted well her part and we will not for get her. If her death is the final end, then she is at rest, but if it is the open door, which .we believe it is, to a brighter and better world, then she is with those who will love and care for her, and now we bid her a long farewell. (This beautiful tribute to Mrs. Moberly was written by one who knew and loved her well. Her gentle, sweet life has left its indelible impress on those who came in contact with her. The Madisonian joins in the tenderest sympathy to the bereav ed family.) - An Expert's Opinion James A. McKee, Senior mem ber of McKee Brothers, celebrated breeders of pure bread Duroc Jersey hogs, Versailles Ky., will deliver a lecture before the Farmer's Union in the Court House at i'30 P. M. Saturday July 12 on Breeding and feeding hogs. Mr. McKee has the distinction of oWningthe highest pricedTiogs in the world; Peerless Defender for which McKee Brothers gave $5,000 last year. For many years Mr. McKee has handled hogs in large numbers and is without doubt the best authority in Ken tucky on this subject. This talk will be open to the public and you will miss an opportunity to learn something about the "Mortage Lifter" unless you attend this lecture. The Farmer's Union extends a cordial invitation to every farmer in Madison' county to be present. Respectfully, " Green Clay. Prest M. C. F. U. -00- Home Again Capt. Dykes . has recovered sufficiently to be taken to his home. He takes this method of informing his friends how much he appreciates their kind sym pathy and support. He hopes to be able to get out in a short time with renewed energy and strength to prosecute his campaign for the office of Chief of Police. In this his time of trial, he values at its full worth any thing that his friends can do for him. He will be extremely grateful to those who can and who will speak a good word in his aid. adv. Carnival In Full Blast The opening of the Greater Sheesley Carnival Company's Big Shows was announced from the band stand on the square by the General agent of the shows, Mr. Cha Breck who introduced Mr. Tony Nasca, Director of the Royal Italian Band' which played a much appreciated concert, the opening of the shows was an nounced for 6:30 P. M., by the appearance of the 200 People who entered Richmond on Sunday at 5 P. M. on their own special train of ten 60 foot cars, and the many tents they have erected prove that it is a REAL BIG SHOW and every person in and around Richmond should go to the Base ball park which will be illuminated with thousands of electric lights so as to make night as bright as day, with ample protection for ladies and children, in all making a mighty midway. There are 10 big, clean, strictly moral shows, including Happy Jack, that 740 pound, fat boy. Come to-night, come every night, and see Dan Cherry, Champion High net diver of the world. Look at the handsome diamond ring to be given to the most popular lady of Richmond on ex hibition in the window of Whit tington's Jewelery Store. WE CROWN THE CARNIVAL QUEEN ON FRIDAY NIGHT. , Adv. T. 0. BROADDUS DEALER IN Fresh Meats, Cora and Dried Beef FRESH AND SMOKED TONGUES , All Refrigerator Meats PHONE 39 RESIDENCE PHONE 239 134 2d St., Richmond, Ky. THE SPIRELLA! its the best fitting ' Corset on the mar- ket MRS. S. A. DEATHERAGE Phone No. 560146 7th Ave. FOR ANYTHING IN FLOWERS CALL THE RICHMOND GREEN HOUSE Cut Flowers, Bulbs, and Flowering Plants always on hand. n-tf PHONE 188 -oo- Don't forget that our next Serial story, "GOING SOME" Will start soon. Get on the list. -oo- -00 Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Lath. Blan ton Lumber Co. Phone 425. 16-tf Remember when you come to town and want seed that Covington, Thorpe & Co. ' handle the best that can be bought and will sell them worth the money. Come and see us at 232 West Main street. 11-tf 111 A Training School for Teachers CarM leading to Elementary Uilemtea. Valid In all Public ioursea ana Ktriew Coarse. Tuition Frea to p poluteu. Two nlendid dor mitories, new model (chool, new maaaal training buildinc. praotioelohool, departroeatof aBrioalture, a well equipped rrnnaslnin. Domenio Peienna. Firt Term begins Sep tember. Seoond Term KoTeraher 18, Third Term January ?T. Fourth Term April 7, gunner School opana June is. C.alogu Free. J. O. CRABBB, Preide' -oo- We make a specialty of selling nothing but the best grades of Clover, Timothy, Clean Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Feed and Seed Oats. Give us a call. Phone 72 and 144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. 11-tf -oo- You will do well to preserve this paper. It has news in it to which you will want to refer often, probably many years hence. -oo- Register Registration day for the August Primary is set for July 19. tf -oo- Famous Single Comb Rhode Island Reds of the Red Velvet strain. Eggs,' $1.50 per 15; also Stock In season. David Deather age, J25 7th St, Richmond, Ky. 4-lyr Exclusive Agency For ilGGETT'S CHOCOUTES .HiiiiiiiaiiBi Exclusive Agency For "MAXIMUM" Guaranteed Rubber Goods An Extraordinary Offer Wc Will Allow You Your Old Hot Water 50c For Bottle Bring us your old Hof Water Bottle no matter what make or whether it leaks or not We will allow you 50c for the old one In exchange for a-"MAXIMU!Vr Hot Water Bottle that sells regularly for $2.00. : , ; This offer is made for the purpose of convincing you of the superiority of our guaranteed "MAXIMUM" Rubber Goods. Guaranteed Hot Water Bottles "MAXIMUM" Is moulded all in one piece. The surface is beautifully embossed with our exclusive maple leaf de sign. It is of full 2-quart capacity. Packed in handsome box. Comes in either rich chocolate or deep red color. Regular price $2.00. In trade for your I oldhotwaterbottle,only J . We are exclusive agents not only for "Maximum" hot wa ter bottles, but also for "Monogram," "Moneybaick," "Rox bury," "American Beauty," water bottles, syringes and other rubber goods all guaranteed because all made from Ileal Rubber f "MOINEYBACK" Is of deep, beautiful chocolate color, with black trimming. Has i the unlosable stopple with which all Maximum bags are fitted, and like them is guaranteed to give satisfactory serviced Regular price $1.50. In trade for your old hot water bottle, only . 1.50 31.00 -oo- JSTYour name on our list will be duly appreciated. ' s ' Y; J i i jiV'