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An Faster Wedding at Cropper.
Although the KastnrtMe was some
what chilled by the unusual rain and
snow, th kIooiii was dispelled in the
quiet town of Cropper when Mr. John
Walker MeKinney, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. MeKinney, and Miss Eliza
beth Elsie Carson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Carson, of this city,
motored to the residence of the offi
ciating minister, l-v. It. L. Kiddell,
and were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony.
The bride was very handsome in a
tailored suit of (fold and carried a
bouquet of American Beauty roses.
The wedding was a very quiet af
fair. Those present were Miss Bon
nie Proctor, who accompanied the cou
ple to Cropper, and Mrs. K. L. Kid
dell, cousin of the bride, and Master
ttobbye Loan Kiddell, Jr.
Mr. MeKinney is a very enterpris
ing youn,' business man and is a
member of the Wells & MeKinney
meat and grocery firm, Miss Carson
is well known and is very attractive
and an accomplished young lady.
After a few days visit' with rela
tives and friends the happy couple
will go to housekeeping here.
1 1 1 1
Woman'H Club.
John L. Jones, of Cincinnati, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. h.
Jones in this city.
John C. Pea ringer, of Cincinnati,
is visiting relatives here.
Miss Dorothy Terry is in Lexington
today to attend the fraternity dance
COMMUNITY MEETINGS.
Community meetings are now the
order of the day in the county. The
community meeting plan was adopted
last year by the county farm agent
and the lady home demonstrator, and
two or three meetings were held
weekly at dillcient points in the coun
ty and at each place designated for
holding the meetings, a monthy meet
ing was held. The severe and cold
which will be given at the l'hoenix i winter put a quietus on tne woik
very little was done except pian iui
the spring and summer campaign
Prof. W. J. Grinstead addressed the
Woman's Club on Monday afternoon,
on the subject of Greek Art. Mr.
Grinstead is a scholar and a very de
lightful speaker and those who
heard him on this occasion are very
lavish in their praise. The program
was given by the Department of Art
of which Miss Maude Gibson is "the
efficient chairman. The election of
officers took place artd Mrs. A. R.
Hurnam was made President; Mrs.
Tom Chenault, 1st Vice President;
Mrs. W. J. Grinstead, 2nd Vice Presi
dent; Mrs. Geoffrey Morgan, Treas
urer; Miss Maude Gibson, Secretary.
The Club is to lie congratulated on
this splendid ticket.
t t t t
Little Marie Coates entertained a
number of her young friends with an
Kaster Hunt Saturday afternoon fol
lowed by a beautiful spread of good
things.
t t t t
Another pretty child's party was
given by Master Tom Wagers at his
home in the country. Easter eggs
and ice cream and cake gladdened the
hearts of many tots.
t t t t
Mrs. A. R. Burnam entertained the
Cecilian Club on Wednesday after
noon, at which time the following
beautiful vocal program of American
composers was given:
First the roll call of American sing
ers. Trio "Abou Ben Adhem" Dutey-Buck"
Mrs. Ballard, Mrg-HTif Blanton
f Mi Laura Bright.
llano Solo "Upward Flight"
by Schumann
' Miss Mary D. Pickels.
Trio "Spring Welcome"
Mrs. Paul Burnam, Mrs. Hale
Dean, Mrs. I. G. Ballard.
Song "For A Dream's Sake"
Mrs. H. M. Illanton.
Talk "The Mission Song"
Mrs. G. W. Tickels.
Song "At A Pantomime"
Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Jr.
Current Evnts-.Mrs. L. P. Evans.
Trio "Wanderer Night Song"
Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Mrs. Hale"
Dean, Mrs. Ballard.
The program closed with a double
quartette by Mrs. Paul Burnam, Mrs.
Blanton, Mrs. Pickels, Mrs. R. R.
Burnam, Miss Laura Bright, Mrs.
Middelton. The next meeting will
be in May with Mrs. Paul Burnam.
t t t t
Hon. R. C. Oldham, of Winchester,
is in the city.
Mrs. Hattie Buchanan is visiting
her daughter, Miss Elath Buchanan,
in Louisville.
Capt. J. R. Pates, one of the most
popular men in the city, left Tuesday
on the five o'clock train for Pittsburg,
where he will be associated in the
coal mining business with his brother,
Mr. James rates. With many friends
we wish him God speed.
Miss Elizabeth Jones, of Coving
ton, spent Easter with relatives in
this city.
tonight.
Mrs. Waller Bennett and Misses
Helen and Isabel Bennett came home
from Ijouisville Tuesday night.
Relatives in the city have received
word from Washington, that Richard
Miller, the son of Hon. R. W. Miller,
has joined the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Deatherage
accompanied Mr. Franklin Deahter
age back to his school in Danville on
Tuesday morning going by the way
of Lancaster, Shakertown and Har
rodsburg in their car.
Mrs. C. W. Pickels and Mrs. B. L.
Middelton will leave Tuesday for Bir
mingham, Ala., to be present at the
Biennial of the National Federation
of Musical Club.s, and from this
place will go to Atlanta, Ga., to at
tend the Grand Opera.
Miss Bonnie Proctor has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Schooler, in
Lexington.
Miss Myrtice French Tudor has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. V. M.
Gaines, the past week at Irvine.
Mrs. J. B. Ashcraft and little son,
J. B .Jr., have been the guests of
Mrs. Ben Tudor.
Miss Nancy Shearer has entered
the Normal School and will board with
Mrs. Walter Azbill on Broadwn;
Rev. W. T. Brooks and Mr. Lewis,
who are in the city conducting the re
vival at the First Christian church,
have taken room at the Colvcr Hotel.
Miss Charlie Elmore, of Lancaster,
was the guest of Miss Sue Chenault
for the dance Friday evening.
Messrs. Marion Lilly and Robert
Covington attended the play In Lan
caster Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Joseph McKee came
home from Nazareth for Easter.
Mrs. E. T. Burnam is in Cincinnati.
Miss Lee Prather came over from
Lexington for Easter.
Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Chandler wi'l
go to Carrollton next week for a visit
to their daughter. '
Mr. Charlie George went to Louis
lle this week to join his company
n guard duty near Hazard.
Mrs. Verner Million returned to Lo
gan. YXest Va., luesdav.
Hon J. A. Sullivan will return from
the South today. He has had a splen-
hd outing and is very much improved
in health. This is gratifying to his
many friends here.
Col. Stone W. Norman, after a few
lays visit v. ith friends in this city,
returned to Louisville Saturday to
join hjtbrnpliny. "Heliiui been as
signed to Lexington for duty.
Mrs. Walker Stewart and Wt'p
after going as far as St. Louis de
cidod to return to Richmond until
times were more settled. Mr. Stew
art went on to Wyoming and will for
mulate his plans later.
Dr. Tom Wilcox, of Louisville, and
Mis. Prewitt Van Meter and Mrs.
Annie Willis, of Winchester, and Mrs.
David Howard, of Versailles, attend
ed the funeral of Mr. J. B. Willis
heie Wednesday.
Miss Katherine Enrlght, Mr. Nel
son Elder, Mr. James Dykes, Mr.
Wm. Elder and Miss Mattie Elder at
tended the dance in Lexington Mon
day night.
Mrs. J. B. Willis and son, J. B.
Willis -,of St. Louis, will continue to
run Crab Orchard Springs this summer.
Miss Hattie Lee Million returned
to Lexington after a visit to Misses
Mary and Elizabeth Wagers.
Misses Edith and Leola Mason have
returned home from Auburndale, Fla.
where they spent a most delightful
winter.
Miss Julia Higgins returned Wed
nesday from Crab Orchard where she
went to attend the funeral of Mr. J.
B. Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker MeKinney
11 be the guests of relatives in Par
is and Georgetown this week.
Rev. M: T. Chandler was called to
Cynthiana this week to preach the
funeral of Mrs. W. II. Green.
Mrs. Preston Ycager was a visitor
in Lexington Sunday and Monday.
On Fridav night three automobile
loads went from Richmond to Union
City, where a large and enthusiastic
crowd gathered at the High School
building in that thriving little vil
lage. Mr. Ben Boggs presided as
chairman of the meeting. After niak-
DEATHS.
Mrs. George Tarks, one of i'e liest
beloved women of the gout! -c -astern
part of the county, died In tl Ilerea
Hospital, Sunday, at midnifcM. Her
death was due to pneumonia follow
ing an operation. Deceased was tin
daughter of Mr. Louis Sar.nlin, win
preceded her to the gran' some
months ago, and a sister of Dr. H. G.
Sandlin, Mr. J. Marion Sand'in, and
Mrs. John C. Powell, of Richmond,
who together with her husband. Mr.
George Tark, and son, Mr. Leonard
Park, and two daughters, Mrs. Mollie
Coyle, of Dreyfus, and Mrs. Mattie
Ray Bradley, of Dayton, Ohio, sur
vive. Mrs. Park was a dcve.it mem
ber of the Baptist church and was a
woman who possersed all those rare
REPRESENTATIVE
C. H. BAYS TALKS
' Kentucky Assemblyman Makes
a Strong Statement.
! I'
ing a few introductory remarks and i ;" oe.iuu.u. graces ' reai cm..-,-
nail. 1UU US 1U"HI. .-"It
tellinff of the objects and purposes
.f Liitf meeiinz, Mr. Frank Leslie
Itussell, attorney, was introduced as
the first speaker of the evening. A
the conclusion of his talk, Miss Au
hvn Chinn. of Kv. State Collece, Lex
iiifrtun, and field uKent for home dem
onstration work, was introduced, and
she captivated all who heard her. She
made a special appeal to the girls to
fm-m canning clubs and also dis
coursed on economics. Her address
was a masterpiece of eloijuence, cou
pled with common sense and indis
putable facts. She is of charming
peisonality and she was roundly ap
plauded by her hearers. Dr. J. G.
Hosley made a splendid address on
"Sanitation." He urged the patrons
and pupils to keep the building and
grounds in a clean and sanitary condi
tion, and advised the planting of
(lowers, and offered to furnish the
seed free to the girls if they would
plant them. The last speaker of the
evening was Mr. C. C. Thomas, of the
Chamber of Commerce, who spoke on
"The Needs of the Hour." He made
an interesting address on the food
situation and urged upon the people
the duty and necssity of planting and
raising more food products. His
speech was well received. Mr. Hig
gins furnished the music on this
occasion.
These community meetings are quite
interesting and instructive and Rich
mond people should attend them
whenever it is possible to do bo. We
should become better acquainted with
each other, and the community meet
ing offers a splendid opportunity.
AH Dressed Up in His
Best Sunday Clothes.
The Harrodsburg Herald came
forth on Friday with twenty-four
pages. A splendid specimen of the
printer's art. This paper is well
edited; the "write ups" most attrac
tive, and the reading matter most
worth while. We congratulate not
only the editor, Mr. Hutton, but the
oeople of Harrodsburg as well.
You Can Make Excellent Cake
with Fewer Em
Just use an additional quantity of Royal Baking
Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg
omitted.
This applies equally well to nearly all baked
foods. Try the following recipe according to the
new way:
CREAM LAYER CAKE
Old Way
1 cup uf ar
i cup milk
2 cupa flour
2 teaspoon Royal Baking Powder
3 cces
H cup shortening
1 teaspoon flavoring
New Way
1 rttp auger
1 cup mi la
2 cupa Hour
4 teaspoona Royal Baking Po-dar .
1 eec
2 tnblrar-oona shortening:
1 teaspoon flavoring
Makes l Large 2 -Layer Cak '
piRECTIONS-CraamthB.ugnrn.ishortnlng togathar.than mUlnth. acr
audit all tothemdture. Gradually add tha milk and baat with anoon until
tm. andVa'kTrJTr b"w' dd ,h Pour Bt?.S.aldK;5r?Sk2
tinBandbakainamo,leratlyhotovenlortwentymlnutea. Thia caka bast
baaatl u two layer. Put together witl.cr.am filling and spread with wbU.lcIn?
ROYAL
BAKING POWDER
made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes.
No A" No Phosphate
WANTED. A man or ludy who
can devote spare time to collecting
our subscription accounts and also
increase our circulation. Liberal al
lowance made and permanent work.
Write D. C. Cook, Pub. Co., Boston
Bldg. Louisville, Ky. 5 3t
Mr. Wm. J. Thurman and Mrs.
Howard, of Lexington, Camo over
Sunday to see Miss Mary D. Yeago:
who has been very ill at her home i
the country.
a devoted wife and mother, a splen
did neighbor and friend, anil her
death has caused much sorrow in the
community in which she lived. Fu
neral services were held at the home
of her sister, Mrs. John Powell, on
East Main street, this city, Tuesday
afternoon at two o'clock, conducted
by Rev. B. F. Petty, and the burial
was in the Richmond cemetery in the
presence of a large concourse of rela
tives and friends.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of returning
our sincere and heartfelt tlninks for
the many kindnesses shown us during
the recent illness and death of our be
loved wife, mother and sister, Mrs.
George Parka. We thank Rev. B. F.
Petty for his consoling words and all
others who sought to comfort us in
our hour of deep sorrow, and we also
wish to thank all who sent flowers.
We shall ever hold you in grateful
remembrance.
George Parka and Family,
Brothers and Sisters.
You Need a Spring Laxative.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re
move the wastes of winter from your
intestines, the burden of the blood
Get the sluggish spring fever feeling
out of your system, brighten your eye
and clear your complexion. Get that
vim and snap of good purified healthy
blood. Dr. King's New Life Tills are
non-griping laxative that aids na
ture's process, try them tonight. At
all druggists, 25c No.
NOTICE FROM ADMINISTRATRIX
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims egainst the estate
of my husband, the late P. It. Broad-
dus, to file same for listing properly
verified for settlement with me, as
Administratrix, at my home on the
Irvine pike, near Kieliinond, Ky., or
tile them with my brother, .Mr. John
Simmons, at the Sheriff's Office, in
Richmond. And all persons indebted
to my husband's estate ore requested
to'' please call and settle said debts.
Thi rights under this notici shall ter
minate on the 17th day of July, 1917.
Mrs. Ilallio S. Broaddus, Admin
istratrix by order of the Madison
County Court, R. R, 3; Richmond,
Ky.
April 9, 1917. 5 it
HIS WORD IS HIS BONO."
There Is no one more wlilely and
favorably kuown throughout the moun
tains of Kentucky Uian Hie Hon. C. II.
Bays, Sr., of Burboursville. who rep
resents the counties of Knox nud
Whitley In the loner house of the Gen
eral Assembly of Kentucky.
While lu Frankfort attending the spe
cial session of the legislature he made
wl v
traTirr Maatali iti .i t mtAfm tVfif? ,
HON. C H. BAYS, SR.
a statement relnng how he personal!
Investigated Tanlac. This Is whut he
reported:
'While I was campaigning In Whit
ley county a good friend of mine who
had been troubled wlih a run down
system told tno that Tanlac had helped
him. I felt the same way. and when I
told him so be Insisted that I try It. I
took bla advice.
"After taking only two bottles my
Improvement was simply remnrknl'le.
I take a great deal of plensurc In rec
ommending Tanlac, as 1 Mlevo It to
be the best all around tonic und Mood
purifier on the market."
For thirty-nine years Mr. Hays has
been a prominent minister In the
Christian ihureh. lie Is slxty-nhie
years of oge. lie Ims lived In Knox
county since he was three ye:irs old.
If you don t feel right get Tanhie to
day. If your stomaeh Is sour and you
feel bloated after eating und have that
general tired out feeling, It Is a sign
that nature needs help to get your sys
tern back In order.
Tanlac can be obtained in RICH
MOND at PERRY'S DRUG STORE.
Tanlac can be obtained at, the fol
lowing nearby cities: College Hill.
Ginter Bros.; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co.;
Berea, S. E. Welsh; Paint Lick, J. N
Metcalf; Winchester, Duty Drug Co.;
Winchester, R. R. No. 2, Mrs. S.E
Young; Nicholasville, Hutchinsor.
Drug Co.; Little Hickman, Collier &
Bruner; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts;
Bur, W. M. Owens; Mt. Vernon, Chas.
C. Davis; Silver Creek W. C. West, tf
fl
Was a
Misery
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes 1
"From the time I en
tered into womanhood
... I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
B misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse. . .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, . . ,
I decided to
TAKE
Mill
The Woman's Tonic
" I took lour bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. . .
" It has now been two
years since I tookCardui,
and I am still in good
health. . '. I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
trouble."
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
All Druggists
J. 68
BOOM
YOUR
BUSINESS
INCREASE
YOUR
RECEIPTS
For a limited period we extend
OUR SPECIAL OFFER
' ON
ELECTRIC SIGNS
At considerable expense we have se
cured the services of Mr. J. M. Dix
on, an electric sign expert. He will
be here with sketches and suggest
ions on the 19th and 20th of this
month ONLY.
Get His Ideas Without Obligation--His Services Are Free
ACT NOW-CALL US UP
Kentucky Utilities Co.
Phone 486
Gold Bracelet Watch
GIVEN AWAY
To any young lady sending me a list of names of persons
wanting to buy an automobile. List to contain ten or more
names. If s.ile is made t5 any one on list sent, will give
FREE when first sale is made a $25.00Gruen Bracelet watch.
Should same name occur in more than one list, the person
sending first list will have name placed to their credit. In
sending lists give full names and address of same.
I will demonstrate the new Mitchel Jr. 6 to anyone
wishing to look this car over. Call phone 516.
Address,
I. A. WISE,
Box 196
Richmond, Kentucky
kentUCKV EUllttlliuiiai sidauuciiK
Louisville, April 25-28
LOW KOUXn-TI
II' R MI'S FROM RICHMOND AND ALL WAY STATIC-
Tickets on Sale April 24-25-26, limit May I
Vynt for ivirllaihrs.
S.'i'
I.. X- N.
Marriage Licenses.
C.unty ( li'ik Tcrrill iiml 'I'l'Utii
:nv :ilv:iys ivm.1v to w:llt I'll any Lin
ill thi hnm.'h uf lln'ir luim 1-ut
si, far the niMl.tli of April o 'l-'t'- In'--lioon
i-atli.-r dull in tin- wny of isMiniL'
marri-i;'' l''--n-i's f.'il. v.
wilt .-how:
.Mr. (.'hai lio Ilolnnson. w ulu'.wr.
:iB,( IS, and Mrs. Klla Tutli-. wi'low.
iiri'd Ml, both of Don a. ,
Mr. Wa.lo Owons, airod 22. and Mi.--1'aulinc
Alnanis. airo.l 1'.'. I'oth of
l'anola.
Mr. John W. itiior-pooii. :il'(.I -'
of Smith tirovo. and Mi- -'o-"''
I.. Hal low, a'od 22. of liii l.nioii.l.
Mrdiuill
op and l.ai
i-, ?1 l.-.H
ilu-iiinati.
ilv. Tail
In.lo; on:
i. Cnttlo-
ailv;
and infrlior Krados ' roali.iliff salos by jr .
lis- Iovoipt.- for the j Weakness of lions anj ,i '
n.. i fit vlw..., i ;l. t .-.
. . . -- ii .i ,.i.;.. 1 ... a - .... .i . . r
nur.-. -o-..i, ....... t iu up, me mat hi t u.
ii iiown. i inaii-riai &.-iir mi urru:.i.
serve siocks mm piTdii-tii..,
e- lo-eoipls :t'0O. largest acreage ever Un
und hoi. '!'", !5.- !.l.mu oaiit. one of t!..
n to i-hniiT, f'.'iii1 I companion led the selhi,t..
ivipts Mm. Meaiiy i 1'roviMons (javc w
a op lloooipts KM); ' Commission houses u
nfv. i animously on the beat
Wheat No. 2 red. ;
3 red, 2.IH2.23.
Corn No. 3 white ?1
ed 1.47.
II
T
ith-J
A I
Mr. Chester Nnuvll, ao, ,1 is. ,
K i i by Knob, and -Miss Ktta .bun
aired l'i. (if Dulutll.
Mr. Thomas 11. Mill, widower, am
and Mrs. Nellie lM!n.v.it
w illow, ,'ie.oil W2. both of i 1 1 1 y r i i -,
Mr. James M. I lalibanl. v dowe
aire.1 72. and Mrs. Mary .a- .n Ku
died, both of llerea.
Hy ri'ferrinir to the above l -t :'. '.'
be M-en that aire and evpiin i e a
koopinir step with youth and beau'
in eokinir the h!es.-iiy at 1 .' ;. - i
mutual felicitations.
Stomach
T VATT'
CHAIN".
ill 11. -- Kains in Kan-1
-:i witil a pro -poet of limit had
ii.an-h cir.vt on the wheat today, i Oats New No. 3
l ive -, Mine of no wen deliveries re- i N. 3 mixed, 73c.
-o!ted from the chance of an im'tiiv- j .
us at of field o..n,h"ons. The .May j PRODI ( K.
.i. ;ver. .-i v, r. showed relative Prices paid hy deali t.. ,.r. try,,j.
i ntiiii ..- owiiiir 10 iioniaini iioni ca-n produce in iouisville
Ken-.-.. (ipoimiir oiiotatioiis which of this ilav:
in el from l'.o decline to l',r ad- ! liutter Tacking 27c.
Vance, with May at $:!.l7' to fcMW j Kinsa Case count .'llli
..lid July at Sl.M to .t2 wore fol- j 1'oultry Hens, 21c;
VI
'" th nam..!
rii:, -
d by decided setback- for July
Scpli nilti i. but oi.ly r-tiejit down-.-
fur M.n. Corn hcided under
l
.-pi infers, small to niee, i
roosters, 12c; turkeys,
I IV.
()m! )om nf Miivr'a WnmlriTul KVm
i'd.v Ilriwi Tln'in Out. KmU Turtun-.
Stonurh proi.-ors lnv, d mih.ti. - :'
urnns that cat into your vitaU. r:iu.
inj; !as Prvssu'v. Iinl!rti.n, i 'it-t:
pation, Torpid Kiwr. Auto-Intfuca-tion,
Yellow .Tuundio-, (i;t'l Sin-.s,
ApptMu!ii'iti, L'lrrrs and ('anoT of
tin- Stomach and Iutotiiif rtr.. rtc.
Thousands of sufferers liavi1 K . n iv
storfd ly Mayi's Wonderful Unr.-'iy
anions llirm Ju-tifo A Siiju' n:o
Court, Conn ssnu n, I hn 'turn, I.-v;
yrrs, Hanknr.s Min;t r, Nur. rr-,
Karnu rrf Mfrli:inirs--pt r-urs ..f . . ry
idass prob ihly our own n i"!J' r.
Stomach troubles are Aw nm-T'y to
Catarrhal poi.-ons. Ma r's nr 'd r
fut Ilomedy remove. that poiMtn,
thoroughly cleans tie .- tin.
!ri-er rut the Hisea. e ln -t di serins,
allays i..n:imniation and end. sufT'-r-inff.
rnltk' any other ivimdy. No
alcohol nothing to injure you. Kree
book on SUmiach Ailment-. Write
Geo. II. Mayr. Mfjr. (Vnii-ts, Cluc
atfo or obtain a bottle of Mayr's V.n
dorful Remody from Pern '.- Iruj
Store, Richmond, Ky., or any reliable
druKKixt, who will return your money
if it fails. (. ;)
New Tilings for
Spring
at
McKEE'S
See L. P. Kvans for Kire In.-i
LIVESTOCK.
Louisville, April 11. Ung roreipts
1.0(17, for the three days this v. o, k
a.Wfl. The market ruled steady witli
a (rood demand for choice hoj:.-. The
best hi(rs, Ilia pounds and up, $lfi.0(l;
120 to Ilia pounds, $!(.. l-"r, piKs, Sl()..'ia
vi 1 1.30; rouirhs, $14.70 down. A (rood
clearance was effected at the close.
Cattle Iteeeipts 14:!; for tile three
days this week, 2.1K1. The midweek
trade ruled fairly active and no
chances noted in values or conditions
from the fust day of the week. Then
was a Rood healthy inquiry for the
best Ii'kIiI butrhersat steady to-tronir
unchanged. The canner and cutter
demand continues gmxl. The be-t
bulls are in Rood re.pie.-t, with com
mon hulls slow sale. llii;h prade
feeders and real (rood stocker- and
plain fedeers are neglected. Cia.j,.,.
milch cows unchanged.
Calves Receipts 185 head; for the
first three days this week 4.Y1. The
market ruled steady; best veaU U(n
ll'ac; medium and common slow.
jfstorage
Batteries
WE ARE BATTERY EXPERTS
We will rent you a battery while
wo repair vours
Fayette Motor Co.
'll.LRI -STORAGE BATTLRY
SF.RVICL STATION
XINGTON, KY.
Public Sale
I will sell at my home on !. F.
D. No. 3, nearMdherley, Ky., on
Thursday
April 19th
at 1:30, P. M., the following prop,
erty:
Houghton Buggies
'ifJfiisA
L A I .
Household and kitchen
ture.
furni-
3 head hogs, two to farrow in
May, one in August.
One horse, gentle and safe fr
children and ladies to drive.
One mule 16 1-2 hands, good
worker.
Cow fresh in May and two
heifers are fresh in December.
Also lot of farming tools, one
buggy and harness and farm
harness.
Mrs. John W. Bronston
R. F. D. No. 3. I
v-'.,;L-a. i r
"In the Long Run the Cheapest"
vci J,,P??75 ''V ,hat wl "wreck" ln two
n I esv i,7. V'',V i' r'(,ayt'ar' iws dissatisfaction and
nwKo x.u the laughmg stock of the neighborhood.
Svc voui h l'lT f What a chcaP b costs. It
y""tfsofsa,,sfad'n a"d makes you the envy of
uniillo. Kv ,,, .- ..I, .'.' ' "!Uro.ol Plea
I 'rider dale nl J,m,
I" yens ano used if hT . a nuusnton nussy
' dale" ,1a i'S. rou,f "J l
HOIHl
lew (lavs aun Th,. i. i. ,",7
iki as new- the h..a.. i. i "lrv'".,aoiy, ai
Uinal l.,L r L in,rlKl condition. The
Richmond Carriage Works
S. E. Midkiff, Proprietor
RCHMOND KENTUCKY
.1-:
. . . i.
1 . a... - M mo uoneui on.:u-1 mo uoor ol uiu uoure, an. Honor c- haekeru tens ol thousand of dollars,
- oik s when he lilmtvlf was l'rotes- corded Ik fore tn ouly three uien, La- kenldea the dU(frce. When Mr. 1'ar-
dlrfCUPHed nouiewhat at Ada, To ud
dentlaiul this rebate it U only ueos-
Cemcnt per barrel
Plmter Parit, New Ark, per Ur'rv'l
OiiU
W2 I ' ' '
llK.IF.Cii
Miven
he I rene
i h. I"""
lie aeies"
10 o cio
,ihin th
here.
armn
I is bid
(ii not l

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