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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I lljj Section m Section I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX .... s 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. 1911 . H .. a ..... . . . j NUMBER Paris Papers ; jbktt Kmn Bakiag Easy , They Saw It, Dr., Bert Gibson, "Dux" Christopher and their negro vafet, witnessed the ,?reat autp races, at Indianapolis last week, and saw Dickson, tho Mechani cian on tho Ampler car thrown beneath his machino and crushed to death, Tho trio left here on 8unday morning, tho 29th, and readied Indiana polis in record breaking time. Dr. Gibson says the race was the most gruelling contests ho ever expets to and declares it, Is a wonder that moro of the drivers were not killed j&nd their machines smashed up so lerrmc was me pace, uo saiu 11 re minded him of the stories of tho great chariot races Jn the Roman forum. f. Watch 'em. Merchants should not be deceived bv unknown parties travelimt 'round with a adveitising proposition, which contains nothing in addition to ads of different merchants oxcopt a railroad time table. The printing is the cheapest, because it is a money making scheme and tho results amount to nothing. Two people visited the city the : past ten days with schemes like this and many people were "hooked". Its hard to explain why so many will fall a victim to this sort of advertising, time after time. L. R. BLANTON Wholesale and Retail Claim the L & N will place shops, round houses etc. " there. I o ROYAl H CyaSffiiS THE STEARNS & Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, following The Paris News concerning the movemonts of thaL & has'-tb- Rock AncTAll Kinds of Plaster Materials Old Dominion Portland Cement Cor. Main and B. Streets N railroad company relative to tlio placing of shops, round Jiouses eto in ' that city. "Paris is to retain the terminals of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, and the Company will carry out their brgi- nal plans of improvement hero. .Fres ident Smith of the L. & N. made the announcement several weeks aeo, but the matter was not made public until -- MATTRESS (tME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW few a. TELEPHONE 85 N.V: WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money A hint to the wise is sufficent No-Pay- Several weeks ago three members of Commercial Club, from an adjoining city, went to Louisville to present air. Smith with a copy of a resolution re contly adopted by that organization asking that tha Railroad Company establish terminals in their city, and (vuHwratn with the Club jUoncr the linos of mutual interest. President "Smith also announced that a division terminal would be located at laotsAn insifliid of at Lexincton, The grounds already having been purchased, Tim limn tnr huildin? the terminal at that place lias not yel been announced, but it is said that work will JUtely start as soon as the details of the plant have been worked out. From a reliable source comes the In farmntinn ill at it Is the intention of the L. & H. Railroad Company to spend a vast amount of money in Paris,' and that in the next eighteen months, if their Dlans do not miscarry, to increase their working force with an additional COO men here." Now is the time of year to feed 'your 4 cures fowls a good tonic. Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When, fed as a preventative it not only keeps then? healthy,' but makes them lay. Price COc JTp Dure, . Guaranteed by your druggists, R4-11-4Lim-bernec- k. dats njro. POWDER Tho omty kmkhm uowttar mmoo from ftoyHt f Ormom of Torimr No More. All efforts to resurrect Jessamine Female Institute have proven futile and the old institution was sold last week at auction. Prof. Simmons, formerly of Madison Institute, undertook to organize a company and begin the school again nnxt fall, but it seems as if ho has failed. For sevoral years there has been a move to put this institution on a bettor financial bases. For nearly half a century Nicholasville has been brought into prominence throughout the entire south and many qt)pr spates as. well, on account of tho splendid reputation that had been made by Jessamine Institute, as an educator for young ladies. There were few schools its equal. -- It is worse than useless to take any medicines internally for muscular of chronic rheumatism. All that is need, ed is a free application of Chamberlian's tiiniment. i or sale by Stockton & Son. whatS inside the MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL .Advertised Letters. Mrs. Liia Jane Atwpod.Mr. Stanley Barnett, Mr. "YV. M. Barkley, Miss Mandie Biggerstaff, Mrs". Jannie Conner, Mrs. Sallie A. Collins, Democrat, "Weekly Edition, I& W.'H. Dodse. Mr. J. P. Qiles, Mr, M. Grubbs, Mrs. Ella Payles, Allen Raydpu. Mr. Tommia Richard son. Mr. Henry A. Sampson, Mrs, Mat-ti- e Williams, Miss Mannio White. C. C. Wallace, P. M. Absolutely Pure imMM Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only of he way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, landing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their h original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juA the proper tension, so . as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfeel relaxa-tio- n. i: MKMM UME PHtSPHATE Why They Lose. It ain't tho Pioneer players And it ain't tho Umps. It ain't nobody But old Kid Slump, toe Improvements.- - The new Douglas "& Simmons buildwoflj. get. Sacks furnrshod'for-ypu- r ing on Third street looks like a metropolitan structure with its every window them at' Dou'gISs; Deatherage & Slm.i 4t protected from tho sun with an awning. mons. THmcr Dealhieraee. There are about twenty windows. The owners will begin within a short time neavy 01 Dioom, the erection of a commodious balcony There is a very heavy locust bloom for the ocoupaqtg pf fhe third floor. is to be a sign of a fine thfs year,-whic- h crop this year. Last year the bloom was killed by a late freesa. one-sixt- n - Mr. Merchant Sutton & Son. Try It under tho guarantee. booklet on diseases of poultry. Ask for 40-5- You will want to collect your outstanding accounts. Have you got the necessary stationery, letter heads, bill heads, pnyejopes .etc? Look up your stock ifnd send us your Pfdpr. Climax Printing Co, 1st will soon be here. July ' For the Summer. EXTRA CHARGE. Made m the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT Mr. Harold Barker has taken up bis position at tho soda water dispensary of Stockton & Son, for tho hot months. This is his second season in this depart ment of tho corner drug store. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 "We Burnam's Insurance Agency. tobacco in tne neiu. itaics insure tf cheap. New Broadway, The road wav thru the main Dart of thft Normal enmrjus is beinsr constructed The many friends of Mr. S. G. Hasle as fast before the sum den, the Lancaster merchant who' had mer season- is over, it will present a nne such a close call from death in Louis- - appearance, W. W. Broaddus & Co., ville last week while riding in his auto, aro furnishing tho material and aro will be glad to learn ho escaped injury. busitling tq conjpleto tho job. Mr. Hasledon is a brother of Mr. Joe 0 Hasledcn, tho popular insurance man, Young Doc who visits Richmond regulary. Mr. S. Mr. Jack Million, son of Mrs. A. T. G. Hasledcn is in the Ilardware Million, of this city, will be graduated business. this week from the Hahnemann MediDan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclono cal Institute, Chicago, and will come and live stock insurance. tf homo for a short stay beforo locating. He has not yet decided just where he Highest cash prico for wool Got will begin his practice, but ho has Bros. several very fino openings in view. tf. Close call. N. V. WHITE Main is taken by people in tropical countries all the year round. It stops wasting and Spring Styles in Ready- Goods. Call and take a look. to-we- Lat I When you buy a Steams & Fofler you get the befl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. ar Street, below, First RICHMOND keeps up the strength and vitality in summer as well as winter. ALL DRUGGISTS KABO CORSETS Undertaking a Specialty OLDHAM & LACKEY Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone W. 136 S. O. 229 R. O. Mrs. J. M, Barlow L. We Sell Patterns 10c Each . May Manton Here Is Foot Comfort! Hustling Cash Store "E'A S Y 1VI ONE V IT'S Have You Bought That Spring Suit? -- We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each 9 Woud you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money Take a look at out "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co Remember we specialize $10 and $15 values in Men's and Young Mens Suits ,' St ' Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines,, including the greatest line of is a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and pives them strength to carry the weight of the body at the foot arch. . It does away with all nervous and muscular strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-fowith its painful consequences. Males waHdnr or standbier absolutely comfortable, kerpa chocs in ahape and erves theisstepa graceful arch. The SchoH "Foot-Exer-" It made I two berraan surer Sprmex, leath cr covered, and Is tprincr, flexible j ana ! to all reet 7 ana can oeeasujr supped inioanyscoe, I Tbey do not acedfarHngcr pactlnKtotare easur cnazsed ' from one psirto another. If yon lave any foot trouble whatsoever tha Scboll "Fct-Eir- " vriU sire you Instant relief . asweuasrettandcGEBfort. All sizes for men and women, 20 per pair, W are lieadacarters for foot epmfott and the " ScboH Is one of the principal measi f conveying it to you. Let u prove It. ot TkeScyi"Foot-Eazer- " Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown W "Faot-Eazer- We want your money and you. want all it will buy in echarige for wer e, never "so well prepared to give you Values as now : v Respectfully ; it v LSfe i'r- - Corner First - & Main - ' -- v- ' 1 j - - ' u . , IBS ' -- in " mm i sssssm V 5 Superintendent and Mrs. Coates will HIGH SGHCXL Mrs. George Snyder, of Mt. Sterling Crabbe Honored, was here last week the guest af her entertain tomorrow evening in compli President John Grant Crabbe, of the slstejr, Mrs D. M. Chenault, op Lancas- ment lo the Senior class of the High Will Close Friday After a Most Eastern Normal here, has been honor faculty. school and the ter Ave. ed another high institution with the ;rs. J. C. Cain and daughter, xtabel, Successful --Year ur. and Mrs Waldo Gwynne will go. lo Degree, of Doctor of Law's. State Uni visited Mrs. Lillie While Saturday. Georgetown the latter part of the versity, of Kentucky, conferred this, for a visit a relatives. Misses Iva and Bessie Douglas, of The graduating exercises of the Rich the Jiighest degree in its powers on six Mrs. Dan Chenault will entertain with Richmond, was the guest of Miss Ollie mond High School will be held in the Lpromincnt Kentuckians last week, an a reception Saturday afternoon frpm 3 'Cain Saturday and Sunday at her home auditorium of the school building next nouncement of which was made at the Friday evening. There are sixteen grad commencement exercises. This is the to C at her home on Lancaster Avenue. in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Simmons and Mr uates this year, five young gentlemen fourth university to confer this most it is Mr. R. L. Gentry spent from Thursday until Saturday with the family of and Mrs. R. E, Turley will give a Silver and eleven young ladies. B'ollowingis a honorable degree on Dr. Crabbe. Others honored this year by State University his sister. Mrs. Theodore Wilson at Tea Saturday evening at the home of roll of, the class: Mary Allman, Mattie Alverson, Annie were, Hon. John Rowan Allen, -- Com latter on the Campus. Moberly. Attorney of Fayette and Mrs. Robert Rankin, of Miller Bogie, Harold Yancy Barker, monwealth's Mr. Mr. J. P. Simmons, of DeLand, Fla., Cain, of Robert Baxter, James Culton, William county; Hon. John Payton Hobson, is spending the month of June with his Hamilton, Ohio, and Miss Ollie Douglas, Mary Doty, Willie Mae Death Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of mother. Mrs. J. P. Simmons, .at her Richmond, has been the guest of Mr, Grove, erage, Hallie Gott, Myrtle uott, May Appeals; Hon. Thomas Jefferson Nunn, and Mrs. William White at Mill country home. James, Bessie Malloy, James Leeds, Judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals; President Ca'ssiday, of Madison In for the past week. Hon. Henry Hardin Cherry, president Emma Oldham, Mattie Pigg, Captain Carlo B. Britain has sailed stltute made a business trip to Beatty. Tho annual musical entortainmcnt of the Western State Normal "Bchool; ville and Jackson last Wednesday and from the coast of Honduras, where he will be given in tho High School Audi- Hon. Elsworth State Regenstein, has been stationed for some months for Thursday. torium Thursday evening. There will Superintendent of Public Instruction. remaining in Now Mr. H. S. Irwin, of Pittsburgh, as in New York. Aftor will sail for be about 275 children in this entertain What Foley Kidney Pills Will the city last week the guest of his York for about ten days he ment. The lower grades will present Portsmouth, Now Hampshire, where ho do for you. cousins, Jlrs. Margaret u iiara anu Moon Queen," and the upper spend tho summer. Mrs. 'The will probably Miss Kate OToole. Foley Kidney Pills are a true medi- grades "The Princess Chrysanthemum. Brittaln and Miss Ollie Baldwin will Mr. and Mrs. Mote Robinson, of Garrard This entertainment will be a thing of cino Tney are healing, strengtnemng, ioin him for the summer about June beauty. Foley Kidney and The doors will be open at 7:30 antiseptic hold oftonic system and help county, will come this week Tor a visit your Pills take 15th. and oxercises will begin at 8:00. Ad- you to rid yourself of your dragging to the family of their son, Mr. B. F. Little Mary ShiQct, the two year old mission 10 cents for children and 25 backache, dull headache, nervous, lm colors Robinson, on high street. daughter of Mr. Irvine Shiflet living cents, tho proceeds to go the school. paired eyesight, and of all the miser Miss Tommie West, daughter of Mr. the im able feelings that-resufour miles out on the Irvine pike, was Tno Baccalaureate address was de paired action of your from West of Speedwell who has Wm. H. kidneys anu taken very sick Thursday morning. livered last Sunday evening at the Bap- bladder. Remember it is Foley Kidney Muslin been teaching school at Plneville. has The famllv was croatly alarmed over tist church by Dr. C. C. Marshall, and fills that do this for you. returned home for the vacation. atocKston & bon. her condition, until tho physician as' a scholarly effort, replete with wis Miss Cecie B. Million has returned arrived. She is now out of danger Lowest Our dom and admonitions, it was equal to Best Our Notice to Creditors. from Hardin College, Mexico, Mo., to though not entirely relieved. The has ever been heard in this spend the vacation with her parents, little child's mother died about six anv that All persons having claims against city. His remarks should 'serve those Mr. and Mrs. Iiurrell Million. weeks ago. to whom they were addressed as guiding the estate of Mrs. M. E. King, deceased. Mrs. Kathorinc Schafhauscn, of Cov Misses Lillian. Marearet and Bess stars through this life. "Men, women are hereby notified to file same, proper ington, arrived last Friday to spend Shucars, of Lancaster have purchased and children aro making history," said ly verified, as required by law with me several weeks with the family of her from R. O Lackoy, the vacant lot on Dr. Marshall, "and each of us should so on or before June 21st, mi, or same son Mr. Joseph Schafhausen. Third street adjoining his properly and live that when tho declining years ar will be forever barred. All those know. Took" Hubble, of Lincoln pounty that of F. J Ycager, and will begin at rive, we can looK nacic on tno past anu ing themselves indebted to said estate mule buyer, cattle buyer, horse expert, once the erection of a modern dwelling. be willine to leave it an open book for are notified to settlo-a- t once. R. E. Turley, Executor of Mrs. M. E. farmer and politician, was here court The Misses Shugars are sisters of Mrs. those who como afterwards." 4t day lookine after a few choice mules. Jonas Rucker, and have resided in Hon. J. A. Sullivan will deliver the King, deceased. Their commencement address next Friday Mr. Harry Catehings, of London, who Lancaster, lor many years. Estray has been attending college in Boston, coming lo Richmond to live will be re evening and this announcement is proof years. If l remain was in Richmond last Friday and Satur- ceived with pleasure ard a warm wel enough that it will be of the highest or to my place on Big Hill Ave., a boar beach thirty-lou- r come awaits them. until June 10. 1912. just a little more day enroutehomo for the holidays. der. No man has done more for the hog. Owner can have same by proving property and pay expense of keep and year now I shall have served than a Misses Nell Jordan, of Agusta and Mrs. C. B. Hamilton and daughter, schools of the State than the Richmond Z. M. Boen. longer than any other justice since the Helen Rogers, of Lexington, popular Bessie Bonnie, of Tucumcari, N. M. attorney and his remarks will be of om advertising. Editor Siove K. Yaught organization of the court. You ask teachers in the High school, left Rurnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, have arrived in Madison for an extend incut value to those who hear him. about my retirement. Of course in for their homes to spend the summer. ed stay with relatives, Mr. Hamilton Simmons & Deatherage Building. Phone wqibdh it tmxua ixm view of my age that is a subject that months. Hats 707. tf will not come until July and will THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO often comes up in my mind. Kow and Miss Katie V. Schmidt, Douglas, remain several weeks before they re The Ladies Aid Socloty of the Baptist Progress. tken I have a strong wish to surrender Simmons & DeathcTage building, is turn lo their western home. Mr. Church have on sale some beautiful (Incorporated.) all the cares of office and have complete xne ueauyviuo Enterprise says: millinery of all kinds at Hamilton is a brother of Messrs. T. K. Garden Hats. "Call Mrs. Harvey Chen selling hats and when I come The people of Beattyville have long Pres. and Mgr. rest from judical labor, but cost and below. Dont be too late m James, Webber and Shelby Hamilton, ault or Mrs. G. W. Evans, Sr. A D. Millar squarely up to the point I shrink from 51-been hoping for the completion of the of this city, and has been in New Sec'y-Trea- s. calling. W. 0. WMte the idea of retirement, and at this system of locks and dams on the Ken Administrators Notic Parrish, has accepted a posu Mexico about four years, whero he has Miss Del Kcsixr tl time have no purpose to quit my po tucky River. That hop9 will soon be made cood. His wife was Miss Eliza lion with the firm of W. W. Broaddus & AH persons having claims against the KKfVCKY P8CSS ASSttXATieK sition." realized. Lock 13 is now in course of stenographer Bonnie. Co. the coal merchants as 4 estate of Ed. M. Rice, deceased will The Paris Democrat does not mince and Mr. Lan Wilson has connected him Invitations have been received by please present them to me properly construction, and will be completed in P8BU6MRS LEAOBL OaHTH WCTMCT matters In speaking of the recent de self with the firm as collector. friends and relatives here to the wedd verified as required by law on or be 1912, Lock 14, at Heidelburr, which will give eight feet of water at Beatty of Assistant falcation and suicide of ing of Miss Florence Covington Scrivner fore July 15, 1911 or same will bo barred, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Deatherage, YEAB Cashier Myall. Just a weetc before the ville, will be completed within two or PEE EBIOE fl.09 Rumsey ElliottiGarrisou. The Auburndale. Fla.. are here for a visit to to Mr. All persons knowing themselves in IN ADVANCE stock sold at Sill per share. It seems relatives for sometime. They are now nuptials will take place on the evening debted to said luce will please come three years. This will give Beattyville tho year that the dead official's stealings have at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nath of Wednesdav. the fourteenth of this and settle at once and save further siacKwater transportation around and will insure low freight rates, month at Calvery Baptist church Lex' 1911 about wiped out the capital stock and 7 WBNBSDAY JUNE Deatherage. trouble. It will make Beattyville the greatest ington. The bride is a daughter of Mr. the surplus fund. The President John T. J. Taylor, Administrator of Mrs. D. M. Chenault entertained Fri and Mrs. I. M. Scrivener, and is a popu lumber and timber market in Kentucky, T. Uiaton hold 105 and day in the most enjoyable manner with 51-Ed. M. Rice. ttMre was Pas sevatal af6 kwt and with our railroad facilities added to lar young woman and the announcement his loss will be about 25,000; Mrs. Vic irfwwwjtttbeGHmi oMee. At m Bloomfield. of Winchester, owned 14 a "spend day" in honor of her sister, of her approaching nuptial will be re water transportation, we will have Christian Church News. time it lMkd Nke it mipttt be a shares. Neither the cashier or assis Mrs. Snyder and Miss Harris, of Mt ceived with well wishes by many friends direct communication with the outside Next Sunday night the union services world. atorwtat it tweed mm to be ewly a tant cashier were under any bond wbaU Sterling. Covers were laid for twelve. and relatives here. bower. It was Mi a shower ef rain, ever. The Demoorat says: "Ed, Myall Miss Duncan Foster has returned will of the churches for the summer will Tho following from the Enquirer Administrator's Notice. The meeting will be held in the w kail but oajj a skewer of did tie spend this money on himself, from Lcxincton. where sho went to at be read with interest here: Mrs. Robert Presbyterian church and Rev. E. B, qwts mm, apawiptes aaa esMaaauese. but it went for women and roses and tend the commencement of State All persons having claims against the Pocue's sister, Mrs. S. W. Hershler, Tae oouci ( it was the CHbmx editorial long distance telephones." University, where her brotder was whose husband. CaDtian Hershler. U, Barnes will preach the sermon. estate of R. Emmett Roberts will please apatefry to Children's day was observed last Sun present them to me properly verified as at Hart week. We have m graduated from the Engineering de S. A., has been stationed at Dallas, wabe tor what we said, not a wra or day, and an offering of upwards of $200 as required by law on or before July Is the next weeks issue of The Cli partment. Texas. SDent a few 'days in town last Use to rettaet. Freaa r staadpeiat we max there will be found the announce who was call- - week, and is now paying a round visit was made. We foel that we are grow. 1, 1011 or same will be barred. Mrs D, B. Shackelford, particular, but only a small ware rfekU It develaes. however, that ment R. II. Crooke for County Attor Parties indebted to said Roberts will to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs- in Kentucky. She is expected back on irar in this did ney subject to the action of the Demo id part of the membership is enlisted in please settle their indebtedness and iwowl of the Louisville dailies Jackson, of Greenville, Miss., several Saturday, when Mrs. Pogue's friends "write Bf" the Boaster's atop aad gave cratic party. A bare announcement of weeks aco on account of injury caused this work, and there is room for growth save further trouble. hope to have the pleasure of seeing goed notteoc of Riehaiead's hospitality the fact that Harris Crooke is a candid, bv an automobile accident, lias return more of her. Cantain nersbler, who is Some schools no larger than ours give Burton Roberts, To preach the gospel to It amet he heme hi miad that the large ate for the office seems all that is neces ed home. 51-Kuthton, Ky. thp War Depart 51,000 a year. awaiting orders from doBtas feme several editieas of their sary. He is an old citizen, born and the whole wprld Is the first duty of the Miss Sara Wagers, has Just returned ment, will join her here. church, all other worl; is sepondary. Iwhk. Kow by a stcaage fatality Rot reared ia Madison. The people know from a visit to Miss Mable Letton, at The Silver Tea given Thursday even om of the editionc eantatning the him. They know him to be a gentleTho O. W. B. M. will meet at tho Cincin stopped wlte " ever eacae to Riehmeed al- - man of the highest character, a lawyer Frankfort, Ind., for a stayover in Mr. and ing by Mrs. Everett Witt and Mrs. Sam church Wednesday at 4 o'clock. Please with P. Deatheraso at the Witt residence on note the change in the hour. Also Coughs, Colds, Croup thaurii the wswl supply of papers of ability and long experience. Mr. nati several davs East Main street was in the nature of every dar. la to Crooke served as County Attorney of Mrs. A. B. Wagers. oae The teachers of the'Bible School were and Sore Throat oar Loaievflte frieads we west cheer - this county for one term and upon his A delightful entertainment was given lawn party and was a very enjoyable delightfully entertained ut the home of faMr wake th6 exideaeUon. We take record he asks the support of the Demo' last Tuesday cveninir at the Normal affair, The grounds were brilliantly of Mrs. G. W. Pickels Tuesday evening. B. L. Middleton guarantees HYOME1 school by theY. M. C. A. It was iiTthe liffhled and frappe was served under ploacaw! ia doing it. With this we dis craoy of the county. (pronounce it High-o-mto cure small a nature of a lawn fete and all present arches of Chinese lanterns by Miss Issie miss the subject. It h te Grammar 5chool. catarrh, acute or chronic; to cure colds, enjoyed themselves very much. Refre Million and Mesdames Elmer Tate and Col. Ghees R. Kellab, the veteran ia ait or, is of toe little eoncoqaeace aad The annual commencement exercises coughs, croup and sore throat, or money we are toe big. toe bread niadea, too of the Kentuoky Press, won the nomi- shments were served by the young ladies. M. M. Dickerson. The house was - over Judge every- of the Grammar school of the Rich back. Mrs. W. W. Watts and daughter, crowded, the yard was full and read? to ovoriook the faalte aad Jai lares nation for RepresentativeIn case of deafness caused by catarrh school , was held in tho of mm to dwell apea it kmger, se here's Cox in Nicholas county last week by Miss Emma, will leave for New York body was happy and cav. The silver mond Graded chapel last Monday evening and a good there is no remedy so efficient. oar hand aad here's to the aphaiMiBg good majority. The "old hoss" has the latter part of this month. After pieces fell fast Into tho baskets and HYOMEI is a liquid extracted from of KeMtMflky, Lwtaville aad Riehraead returned to politics in the hope of spending a few days there they will sail when counted, the cents made many ly sized crowd was out to witness the the eucalyptus trees of Australia, and is program. There were thirty graduates aatli to d her part aad may the "triages banishing a great deal of the crooked. for Europe, whore they will spend the dollars. and Supt. Coates delivered the diplomas a soothing, healing, germ killing anti 111 oar (Headship sever grew rust'." ness by his help. People all over the summer. Mr. Tom KnighU of Dallas, of Mr. David Noble, of Indianapolis, in his usual easy going and pleasant septic. state will be glad to know of his return Texas, will accompany them. and his son, Jesse, of Decatur, are A complete HYOMEI outfit consist manner. The Program began with to the law making body of the Prof, and Mrs. Harvey Brock, of hero on a visiUto old friends and rela are that the Democratic iaz piano solo by Miss Gay Mansfield, which ing of a bottle of HYOMEI and an in Mr. Noble left this county Atlanta, arrived Sunday afternoon for a tives. Ranee will reduce the tariff ee raw stale. was followed by the invocation by Rev destructible hard rubber pocket in wsot by eae half. This weald be carry- to relatives here. Prof. Brock was twenlv years aco taking with him his lakiner a big step towards visit Pulaski is & W. Crutchfield. Rev. E. C. Mc halor costs 31.00. For treating catarrh iaceatthe promise contained in the cood roads in that county. The Fis formerly at the head of the Richmond four sons. This is the first visit Mr. Ddusle, then delivered an address to or any throat or nose ailment, pour a national democratic platform of 109S, oal Court has agreed to pay 81.000 schools. His wife will bo "remembered Noble has made to Kentucky, although the class in his own inimitable style. few drops into the inhaler and breathe. some of his boys have made several irk tab was that, "gradual redaotioas mile for all pikes constructed, provid as Miss Maggie Powers, That's all you have to do, and as the Prof. MoDougle has been called to many ' There will be an ice cream supper af. visits here since they moved away. We ahoaM be made ia saeh other schedules air passes through the inhaler it becomes ed the people raise a similiar amount. places in Kentucky and Ohio, of late, to as roa he nooaaoary to restore the tariff In contemplation of the work the coun the McChord school house, on the are glad lo say they have prospered deliver commencement addresses and impregnated .with, antiseptic HYOMEI, They even beyond their expectations. The considera to a rovoaae basis." ty judge has been authorized to bor Boonesboro pike next Saturday evening. his wonderful knowledge along pducat and this soothing,, healing air as tion of the reveawe needs of the govern row $80,000. and is estimated that at the 10th. The proceeds will be given to were all good citizens in Kentucky. it ional lines enables him to be of great passes into the 'lungs .reaches every Htent was what eaased the balk of the the treasury of the Sunday School. They are all good citizens now in importance to the local schools as well particle of the inflamed membrane, least ton miles of pike will be built in Illinois. Their friends here wish them dome erotic majority- - to decide upon Everybody is invited. the near future. to the Norma, whero he is a member kills the germs ana heals the raw, sore woet daty in two. The good health and continued prosperity. as oaUtnc the raw Gov. all Mrs. M. H. Thacher, wife of the faculty. His talkon this occasion catarrhal spots. Climax wIl always have a glad of the tax oa raw weal last year broaght SSI, No more peeping thru the fence holes ernerof the Panama Canal Zone and The and a hearty welcome for them was exceptionally fine and worthy of If you now own a HYOMEI inhaler vv.00 into the treeewy aad the govern at the ball park for the small boy, her sister, Miss Chinn, of Frankfort, hand much praise. He knows how to talk to you can buy an extra bottle, of HYOMEI mant cannat afford to give ap that sam whenever they come, May they alj The Council has passed an ordinance were here Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. live long and prosper. a graduating class, to a school gather- for only au cents at a. u. juidueitons or while there h no inoeine tax. The making this a fine of from SI to $5 00. Warficld Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. ing of any sort, or at an Institute of druggists every waere. Demperato wiU surge Sehedale K. of The last meeting of tho Ceailian club Teaceers. Ho is a gifted man, A Thacher are spending several weeks in Ran Awayt every one of the iatqaitons jokers aad for tho season was with Mrs. AR. feature of the opcasion was a violin Kentucky. aa dartec oa manufaetores of wool will Deputy Sheriff Johnson, of Berea, Wednesday afternoon last, Burnam solo by Richmond's youngest master of Woodford Sun: Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe he above 50 per eeat ad valorem. This arrested Ed Hazelwood at Big Hill last There were sixteen members present the violin, Mr. Joe Giunchigliani. Mr. J. W. Zaring is visiting his sister Reeves, of Frankfort, spent the first of means i sweeping redaction of the lax wcok and brought him here and lodged and quite a nuhiber of guest. Mrs. the week as guest of Mrs. Thomas N. Burnam entertained in her usual hos oa woolen clothing, blankets and all n Shelby vllle. Burnam's Insurance Agency for Fire him in jail, charged with deserting his amides composed ia whole or in any Miss Harris, of ML Sterling, is the Henry and daughter, who are preparing pitable manner and had a most enjoy Insuranco. ; 43lf family. - He was left behind tho bars in to move some time next week to their part of wool. The daty ootleoted oa guest of Mrs. D. M. Chenault. default of a bond of $300. able program as follows: 'cottage just about com Eaanafoetared wool last year amouated Mrs J. P. Rucker has returned from very attractive Brahms Hungarian Dance Parks. pleted. Moore Here. to SM.000,000. The average rate under a visit to relatives in Lancaster. Reinhold . Novelette Mrs, Alice Cosby Parks,, wife of law amounts to the Dr. H. O. Moore, who with several The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. th PavBe-Aklnc- h ls Mrs. Mlddleton Mrs. Cricket Coyle has returned 'from Scolt Parks, died of enlargement of the Inspectors from the Department of Aniooaivalent of 90 per Gent ad valorem. a visit to relatives in the country.' Julian YanWinkle, will rejoice with Whither . .Schumann liver at the home of her husband at mal Husbandry, at Washington, D. C. them on the arrival of a daughter, who Mrs. Kellogg and is the proposed Democratic Mil this Mrs. Emmett Million, has returned Tuesday last at their home in Vocal en(jalf. This was born rate will be decreased Selected Red.House Saturday, June 3, aged 51 are in Kentucky to look after the sheep from a visit to relatives in Louisville. years. Mrs. Parks had been ill only situation, arrived in Madison last SaturLouisville. The mother will be remem reduotloa of daty should have the effort Mrs. I. G. Ballard Mrs. Margaret Watts will go to Crab bercd as Miss Kate Smith, daughter of Nightingale..' about three weeks. Funeral services were day and was in conference with Van' of both wereasiag the reveaues aad re Listz conducted Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Benton and Boyd .Wagers as to the conMrs. Denny dciag the east of woolons to the con Orchard this week for a stay of several Mrs. James Smith, of High street. days. The governMcDowell by Eldor French, of Winchester, at ditions in this county. MKaers. Selected Mr. and Mrs. John Price, of Acheson, Vocal ' the Red House Baptist church, followMrs N. A. Durham, who has been Kan., are rejoicing over a new girl, ment is makings decided effort lo Mary Tray nor Miss A deplorable state of affairs exists la quite sick with pneumonia, is much which arrived last Wednesday. The Current event. ..Miss Helen Bennett ed by burialin the Richmond cemetery. stamp out scabies among thejsheep of Keatuoky aeoordiag to Ool John Garner better. Lovely Spring i.Crenen Her husband and a daughter thirteen the country and hundreds of experienc-ed,me- n mother will be remembered as Miss Vocal years of ago survive. Mrs. Parks was a Mr. Allen Zaring was in Shelbyville Fannie Ballew, daughter of Mr, and from the department at Washof Wteehestor, Chairman of state Hoard Miss Marion Noland daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. J. Ed. Cosby. ington are visiting the different states To get a correctly as last week the guest .of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mrs. George Ballew. The little one has Hansel and GreteL.Selections Valaattes. sessed value in Eeawoky is imposible R. Eenney. Humpcrdinck The sympathy of. the entire com- and the counties. Dr. Payne, of the been christened Jane Ballew Price. munity, indeed of the -- entire county, Knntuoky Board, requested that Severunder the preseat system, is the state- Mrs. D. II. Breck and little, son have Mrs. White Mrs. Burnam Dr. Lewis Pr Crutcher of Chicago O! Salutaris meat of theBoard of Equalization! ia re returned from Mason county after a two spent a few days last week with the Vocal ..Gounod goes out not alone to the husband and al be Sent to this state to assist the daughter but also to this aged couple county inspectors. Madison county portifig to Goveraer Wilson. " In many months stay. Mrs. I. G. Ballard familyy of his uncle Mr. W. L. Crutcher, the- father and mother, who have oases the failure kj the resuh of ignerarmers are expert dippers, and yery Little Miss Dollie Pickels Is slowly Dr. Crutcher is a Homeopathic physi Invitations have been received here sue, carelessness of slovenliness in recovering from a severe attack of cian working with the Bureau of Medi to the approaching' wedding of Miss buried three of their children, but little traces of tho disease were dis one son only remaining, all bf them covered within the borders. Messrs others shrewdness and daplioity done whooping cough. cal Freedom seeking to have the Louise Kauffman, of Lancaster to. Mr. grown and in the prime of life. parpeseiy to mislead," is theiadictment Benton and Wagers have been put thru which will take Mrs. J. W. Smith is in Louisville Homeopathic school of medicine placed John Shackelford, sgaiast the Assessors by the board. some pretty hard wcrk in going over ' place the latter part of this month at on an equal basis with other. Parrott Judge John E. Garner of Winchester, with her daughter; Mrs. Van Winkle, the different flocks of the county, for the Christian church, Lancaster. The who is ill. Mr. Charles Powell and son Charles. chairman, devotes most of the report A Charlottesville. . a.? paper announ there are many more sheep in Madison boy, but is Messrs. Labe Riddelland Elihu Camp returned Thursday evening from Cali groom is a former Richmond Parrott, tlian one would imagine. According to .to satire. He says: "There are few Ohio. He ces the death of Mn William bell, were prominent citizens of Irvine fornia. They a re delighted with now a resident of Columbus, sjood Assessors, and we say few' for Mr. Parrott visited Mr. W." H Miller the inspectors there are not less 'than is at present engaged in "Superintending the west, but Kentucky still tops them tho 1 1 ok general term that expresses a here. Court Day. Doty of this place during' 20,000. During tho hot weather it provwork of reconstructing tho Phoe aud Mr. John Mr. Jerry Powell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darnaby, of all in their estimation. the summer oflOOO for threoor four ed quite laborious. lessor .Dumber." He adds that, the -Hotel, lexingion. j.no unae is Wiiile"here ho made many become perjurers, aad Lexington, spent Monday the guest of is making an excellent reputation for nix owaers of land related here, being a niece of Cashier J. months. Not Compulsory. himself as a lawyer in Los Angles, announce exaase themselves, on the ground that Mrs. Emma Fife. J. Greenleaf, of the Southern National friends who will regret this i An order just issued from the stale which will be good news to the many proverty. He pajjury is better than Mr. Heacox, of Lexington, lias return bank, and has many friends In Rich-mon- ment. Mr. Parrott was a veteran ofiho department ot Live Stock Sanitation adds that 95 per cent of Hie property ed home after a visit to his sister, Mrs. friends of this young man. . where she has visited on several a nlero boyj in will be of.great interest to the sheep He con- Elmer Dealherage. Carl- Mr. John Burke and family, of owaers fix their assessment. occasions. Miss' Kauffman is one Of civlltwar, enlistedhcn growers of Madison county. A flock of lnsvllle, 1IL. were here last week the Lancaster's most accomplished and 1801 and remained with General cludes by saying that witnesses before Miss Jeannette Grinstead, of London, surrender. During the f iur sheep that, has been pronounced free the board tell that all the good soil ia was here last week for a visit to the guests of the family of Mr. .and Mrs. R. popular young women. She is a daugh until his diseases by C. Stockton. They drove thru in an ter of Mrs. Emma Xaunman. lheoeafltry is washed into the river, j family of Mr. E. L. Bybee. cor years jn the Confederate .service he iras from scabies or other not haye to the be tvntinrlaH fnnrlnnn limes.' tho last WO1lind county Inspector, does auto and came from Indianapolis via. several years past Miss Kauffman has VMK4WU and Is the cities the railroads acquire Mr. and Mrs. IS. C. Kellogg and Cincinnati in record breaking .time. resided ia St. Louie Xo , where she has beine received Just three days bel pre dipped unless the owners choose to. eohook and churehes for terminals aad children are at Erench Lick Springs Miss Martha Burke, their daughter, There seems to have been some acquire for obarjtable purposes all tile for a sojourn of ten days. held a lucrative position in the city Lee's surrender. Of along this line Mr, Parrott's recollection of laoWeats has visited here before. land, none of which greom is one of the riekig good aad rateable schools. The very-vivMr. R. J. McBrlde, of the Louisville --3'eung arcuec s ccuree a wise grower will dip his shoes a .of the waiwa tfcen becomes taxable. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Oldham have. ?ua Times spent Friday night with his bro returned from Tuscon, Arizona, where counting them extremely ietereeite topruMtf against any infeetien, hot k liin baildfaes ia this Darin on High street. hk visit here he made a heel; of tb shipping of lambs, it is ekimed that they have been for several months, j tm wen as other states. Sapreme ther, PrefJCcBrlde, Mb. Jvawes Halak, the warm friendships and "towy h 9f djpplsf tho before aipp.g, semwly of Danville, was Mr. Oldham Is much improved in tfearefW .Court was beveniy-ehrfhjfcrios thinr true worth. A- - aoaeoMod with his oM hours He k a.M. ef Xichard health and hte" friends will be gkd to Of RTil la Xkwfeda?. the 4it All XoaWefcj m;iumi m now on u over toe sum oa Cobfc.mMotfead ewaec of eyk. on ran aad lriede ttttriiur ver, eaper! frame know of his .eenditkm. Arieoea is a4 New 2 story? it proud of se great a man. as he b? wm an is th to oewnty tojrtaaap out years ot and amir food oof darinf ai Mrs. W. K. Gott and daughter of rreat state but Kentuoky has no equal 1 WafcMtt St., bMk reporter ia oaeofhorfreaifteas. To a wfcot i$r hma of the iowWts my 'be With Lm d iaekaoa. Pwei to g(ii h, . TT Jiliijfi SSmrsdar he sM: Ift'aMr we here th gsost of Xr, oeeowUng to Mr. Otihaw, and ho itojnojfhVeihoad. i W-D- . shea wfecwer tbj? U X Mftmw fff to matte Md Km. Lam Witeos eaXetMl Ave. BUTTERICK FASHIONS l-- When u-e- Spring Is Coming and time you were making up your summer clothes. McKEE'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring the Ice Man is King A dynamite explosion wquldnot be necessary to wake you to the fact that a 5TAR or Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncingboth and white and don't forget to look Underwear at our new Price is MAJE5TIC Refrigerator is necessary to both health and comfort and a material reduction in your ice bill. They are built with zinc or enamel lining with heavy walls. Prices: $7.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 and up according to size wanted lt Quality is Try Our Easy Payment Plan ' You'll Like It OWEN MgKEB Luman and Higgins West Main Street Opposite Hotel Glyndon 12 Post Cards Free We will send you 12 of the prettiest Easter, Silk Rose Greetings, Lo-- Scenes Season Cards in season, etc., you ever saw if you will cut this out and send it to us with lo to pay postage and mailing and say that you will show them lo some of your friends. N. L. MUNRO 0 Vandewater St. New York e 24-2- Bowmar's Summer Tours Personally conducted; low inclusi.2 Ye cost; high class accommodations. lowstone Park and West, starting Monday, July 3; Niagara Falls, Toronto, c -Tuesday. Aug. 1; Atlantic City, New York, etc. August 17. Write Bowmar a Toots, Versailles, Ky., for folders g.. 50-ing full details. lt The Richmond Climax. to-d- 504-- t Old Dominion Portland cement, n:r.c t" better, at W. W. Broaddus & Co U You Cannot Bear Your Walls to look dingy and dull while all the rest of the house is new and bright with its spring renovating. Don't try to put up with the old paper. The Home is Not Complete Without a REFRIGERATOR and Above All a First-cla- ss wk shares You Can Repaper Your Walls with the prettiest and most stylish papers at a very moderate cost if you select them from our samples. Come see them and we'llprove it. One 4t We keep the best one on the market and every owner will testify to its great worth. be-iri- n. ow B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Faints Phone 44Q 203 East Main The main secret in this one is its cork lining. Cork is acknowledged by scientists to be the best of heat, and the manner in which it is used in this Re non-conductor RICHMOND. KY Lehigh Portland Broaddus & Co. Cement at W. W 41tf ust received at tf Fine country hams Culton's. Cures Catarrh Public Sale Stock, Crop and House-Hol- d Goods. is tice frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your while s. jt jt jt e) Thursday, June 8th, . D. B. Shackelford Telephone 33 Co. " Beginning at 0 a. m. at trie residence on the Lexington pike, five miles from Richmond. Extra fine mare, 0 years old Yearling maro colt Four Shetland ponies, pedigreed, 2 . mares, 2 geldings, 1 automobile, automobile casings and tubes Household goods consisting ot bed room suites and number of pieces of old mahogany furniture, mirrors, kitchen furniture of every description. Farming implement such as wagons, roller, cultivators, mowing machines, hay rake, gasoline engine, grain mill, corn shelter, disc harrow, carriage harness, work harness and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale, two-hor- Main Street, West A Rare Beauty every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy, and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws- - and drops for their low figure at prices that are remarkable A. C. Scanlan Long Tom Chenault, Auct. F. J. YEAGER PERSONALS Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST - CLOTHES Bench Tailored 3 ' Mrs.-Picke- -- Ready to "Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade - nvBt 50 years experience the factory guarantee in' suits, all sizes' from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from d, '. and Furnishing Goods, Suit Hats In Richmond Fine Line New Style 1 " . IHE39 Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Cases, Trunks, id st vta-i- i ct wra.pad' 's bn j4 o( 1 J. B. Stouffer Otfc IpfcHished Clothing and Tailoring Hots ism ".'.Tig; Section 2 CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE Section 2 37th YEAR 7, 1911 Big Fry. The annual fish fry of NUMBER 51. - WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! Now is the time to put your house in order for the coining season. Do 3rou An American Blew up the Maine in Hava-- ,. na harbor according to advice just received, The Federal Government is Investigat ing a report that the Battleship Maine was blown up in Havana harbor by an American who had been condemned to death by the Spanish, but won his freedom by destroying the warship. The spy who turned the story into the secret service bureau at 'Washington asserted that Georgo B. Boynton, thfr "soldier of fortune," who diod re cently, was the man who actually blew up the Maine. "The Spaniards," said the informer to Chief Wilkie, "were entirely unprepared for the visit of the Maine. Once in the harbor she hadthe city and its defenses at her mercy, for all the modern Runs in the fortification faced the sea. "CapL Gen. Blanco and his staff did not relish having a hostile warship in such an advantageous position in the event of war with the United States, and it was decided to blow her up. A large boiler from the navy yard was taken to the arsenal and filled with powder. It was provided with mechanism by which it could bo exploded by electricity. "The boiler was lashed in a sling un der a lighter which was towed across When tho bowof the Maine at night. the lighter was directly in front of the battleship the lines were cut and the boiler dropped into tho mud. The wire by which the mine was to bo exploded was led to the end of the Machina wharf. At the proper moment Boynton was taken to tho wharf aand turned the switch w hich blew the Maine to pieces." -- Vital Statistics. Wo wish to again call iho SeHing Out Tho Hit the Bull. want a change from the regulation things you have seen for years ? We are tired of them and we think you must be. "We have been looking for. something different and better, and we have found them. Come in and see these ,new things You wilL be as pleased as we are It: seems that stock holders in the attention of tho people of Madison county to the Burjoy Tobacco Society are becoming new law that went into' effect on the dissatisfied in some section of the belt of their stock at fifty first day of January of this year, known as The Vital Statistics Law, This law cent on the dollar, believing that the requires all Births and Deaths to bo re pool.is a "Doad one" forever. Sevoral ported to Registrars of your Voting cases have been noticed where sales Precincts. Incase of death, it requiros havi) been made and it is whispered you to got a written pormit before burial a'roand that tho b!r corporations aro takes place; in caso of a birth, it re- behipd this. A close watch in Madison quires you to roport to your registrar has failed to discover any owner of w;thin ten days aftar b'rth of child. stock disposing of his at any prioe. Deaths aro reported by undertakers and Tho Executive Committee, at a meet births by doctors, but when they aro ing held last week in Lexington issued not in charge, it becomes the duty of the following bulletin: "la view of the fact that we have the family to report. In order that you may know to whom to report, wo pub- information from some counties that a lish the names of the registrars of Madi- few of our members are disposing of son county and their resprectivo dls- -' of their stock In t.he Burley Tobacco tricts: Joseph Schafhauson for Rich- for less than fifty cents on tho mond, Chenault, White HalRed.House, dollar, wo feel .it our duty and take KavanaugU and Duncannon; T. A. Shelton for McCreary; James H. Edwards for College Hill; D. Z. Taylor for Waco; Mrs. R. 0. Coomer for Brassfield; F. M. Jones for Bear Wallow; Joe W. Maupin for Kingston; J. F. Dean for Berea, Blue Lick and Clay; J. D. B urchin for Burnam; J. W Finnell for Kirks-villWilliam Jenkins for Crutcher, Nowby and Biggerstaff;' A. B. Clark for Poosey;Dr. J. B. Million for Valley e; WILLGING 213 "West Main Street. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, Frames and Mirrors. View. Stop in al Perry's and get a free Sample of Zemo and Zemo Soap. The surest and most economical treatment for eczema, pimples, dandruff and all diseases of tho skin and scalp. Do not neglect this. They will give you prompt relief and put you on tho road to cure. Good for infants as well as grown persons. H. L. Perry. American Tobacco Co., the giant corporation, recently dissolved by the Supremo Court, will have $200 to pay to ball players on the Winchester and Richmond team for hitting tho big bull sign in deep cen t e r o n t he local field. Tho rule governing is, that it must bo a fair batted fly ball In a regular scheduled game. Coleman, of the Winchester team was the Qrst to win the honor and he was followed by Haloy, Whitaker and Bramlegc, of the locals. Tho boys are not worried over the news that the big corporation has dissolved and may not be able so .pay these debts when Uncle Sam gots thru with them. "Pap" Whitaker, the popular left fielder, of tho local team, seems to be in hard luck. He missed hitting the sign by a few feet only in Wednesday's game. The ball rolled pleasuro in informing our members, or behind it and the umpire should have stockholders in tho Company, that it is allowed a home run. our best Judgo ment that the stock is Foley's Kidney Remedy. worth one hundred cents on the dollar ; or'more. for Is particular!' recommended At the present time, we cannot tell chronic cases of kidney and bladder what the earnings of the Company will trouble. It tends to adjust and control the kidney and bladder action and is be, tyit it looks very bright for laying healing, strengthening and bracing. L. up a j;ood surplus, or a nice dividend; McConnell, 117 Catherna St., Elmira, and v e advise that no member sell his N. Y says: "Two bottles did tho work bestock, and in thqjevent'ho does that he most effectively, and proved to mo kidyond doubt it is the most reliable not take less than par." ney medicine I had ever taken and it shall always have my endorsement." Your Neighbor's Experience. For sale by Stockton & Son. How you FnlflVH Tiirlnnv " the Wiuchester Outing Club was held last Wednesday It may be taken for granted that that does not gripe effecon the Kentucky river below Boonesboro there is no family that does not some- tive and yet so mild that babies can time need a laxative. If you don't take it. Its tonic ingredients invigand many from here were present. know of a good laxative, or the laxa- orate the body and strengthen The invitation was general to all the tive you are using the is real lovers of fried fish from the Kentu we want to call your losing its effect, stomach and bowel muscles so that attention to Dr. they again do their work naturaHy. cky river, and it is said that the Madi Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin, which thou- If you have been a victim of salts, son county delegation, which attended sands of families are using success- pills and strong cathartics you w3l fully. discard them when yon once use certainly did eat their share. It Is an We have event of great importance to the club mothers andscores of letters from Syrup Pepsin. scores from prominent and its friends. men saying they are using- it personXoa can ny a fifty cent or one ally and giving it to their families, dollar bottle of any druggist, but bemen like Mr. C K. Smith of the fore doing: so you may wast to try it Listen. Traffic Clearing House. Pine Bluff, free. If so, send your address to Dr. Why pay 73cts. for typewriter ribbons Arlc, and Mr. George B. Turner, a Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free tamnlf hnttl Tlior, K when the Climax can sell them to you lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thou- ing convinced, do as others are doig sands of them50 cts. and guaranteo them to give selves andmothersif who use it.f,rMr, and hmr it in th - retrain " mw w at i (rive -o tn " J rf J favorite druggist. Two colored ribbons 53 would take too much space to satisfaction. cts., single 50 cts. the best yon oyer For the free sample address Dr. W. :ij: used. Call us up and tell the make of .The reason they prefer Syrup Pep- B. ?aMwlt SIY rtM.tl is that it is a mild, gentle laxa Monticello, I1L your typewriter and wo will show you a sin For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqRE largo bargin. tive-ton- ic - LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY thr -- If you are going to have a party havo Ricci make your brick cream in that delicious manner. tf New Way New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply always of Knocks Rheumatism D-tt- -F Proves Startling Success.,. may Insr, Get Well TTAli tv cinlr irnn TtncTi f a rrnf nTnll Anrh ttaii9 Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the Tain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can auicklv o the rirfit remedv to ti wpII. Tf.'s -t- o j fret J Cardui. This front. merHp.inp. for wnmpn. has tp- jievea or curea tnousanas or ladies, suttermg line you irom some iemaie trouble. TP Odds and End: There aro three things that I have al ways loved but have never understood: Painting, Music and Women, Women and Music should never be dated. One must run to win tho race. Work in youth is repose in old ago. Tali oaks from little acorns grow, lie that is full of himself is empty. An idle man is the devil's playfellow. Lucky men are as rare as white cows. A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck. The Ass is not learned though he bo loaded with books. The man who does little and docs it well, does a great deal. Eczema Cure a Beauty Wash Although D. D. D. Prescription has been recognized for years as the one remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin diseases, it is now known that there is no other wash, oven those used by tho beauty specialists, that can compare with this mild liquid for cleansing the skin of pimples,black-head- s, rash, and all similar skin affections For this reason alone, a bottle of D. D. D. should be kept on hend in every household. A trial 25c bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a complexion wash. D. D. t). seems to remove the cause, whatever tho trouble may be, cleansing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as smooth and clear as that of a healthy ' child. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it in 2 the house Stockton & Son. CARDUI For Women's Ills God-sen- j CtTrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., Buffered agony for seven years. Bead her letter about Cardui. She writes: "I was sick for seren years with female trouble. Etery month I would very nearly die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured. Cardui is a to suffering women." Try d it Real Estate. All persons desiring either to sell or purchase land or other property or to make rentals of same will find it to their interest to place tho same with me as I am a member of tho National Realty Co., of Washington, with agents throughout tho United States, Mexicoand Cuba. Also my services as auctioneer may be secured by calling on me at my residence, No. 200 Third St., Richmond, iKy. S. E. Scott. f22-tr- The many friends of Prof. B. C. Hagerman, formerly President of Madi son Institute, hero will be interested to read the following special in Lexington papers: "Professor is. u. mgernan, College and his of Campbell-Hagerma- n Dr. H. A. Watson, of Chicago have bought the Tribune building in Gary, Ind., as an investment and will continue to rent the building, which was least for three years before it was bought by Prof. Hagerman and Dr. Insurance Agency. Don't Watson. The prico paid was $45,000." Buniam's Suppose your properly should wait. Prohibs Elect burn tonight. See us. Phone 707. t f After a long silence in state politics the Prohibition party in Kentucky has decided to name a State ticket and at a meeting held in Lexington last Wednes day the following were named: Governor, the Rev. J. D.Read, Paints- ville; Lieutenant Governor,, Prof. M. T. Moore, Wilmore; Secretary of State, O. A. Singer, Louisville; State Auditor. H. T. IX Wright, Louisville; State Treas urer, W. M. Lowen, Frankfort; Superin tendent of Publio Instruction, J. M. Guilliams, Louisville; Commissioner of Agriculture. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland. SCO son-in-laeye-sig- ht to-da- Whil- Willow St., Aron, O., says: .tor some time i nau a very serious case of kidnoy rouble and I suffered uu uiiunacues aim uizzy ncauacnes. I had specks floating before my eyes and I felt all tired out and' miserable. 1 saw Foley Kidney Pills advertised and got a bottle and took them according to directions and results showed almost at once. The pain and dizzy headaches left me, my became clear and y I can cay I am a well woman, thanks to Foley Eidnoy Pills. For sale by Stockton & Son. Mrs V. Pills profit by CI it Take Big Deal. Guranteed Absolutely As Ta Basalts. The nroblem of rlddlncr the system enmnletelv of uric acid deooslts which cause rheumatism has been solved, as who stated by. many chronic sufferers callhave used It, by the novel remedy perfected after 30 years of ed exhaustive tosts. Its unique action Is one of the reaves which most attracts the atten- - Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries No. 35. Phone us your orders for quick delivery The smallest order gets mic closest attention as well as the rargast.. Remember we sell Field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 .lon of the sufferer using It Unlike any other treatment of Its kind known. 'signals" results It produces patient or been able by to which the has clearly foretell the complete eradication of the disease. has been remarkably effective In every form of rheumatism, a which Is extremely unusual. feature Beaon, 91. D one of the most C IV. prominent phyalclana In Oklahoma, known for his auccesa In treatise rheumatism, saya: "The tfasrfl for this test mere selected, from the various chronic forms commonly known as incurables, and all formi of the disease have yielded to treatment. Convinced that the vtlth there are no incurable forms of the disease, I am noir ready to atake my professional reputation on my ability to cure all forma of rheumatism with this treatment." The best news or all for the rheumatic Is that Is guaranteed as to results. Is singularly free from any opiates or dangerous drugs of any de-F -F -F -F McKinney E. Main Successor to Tate- - & Sob Xut your coal Street 5UU The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap, Whea in town don't fail to see the new AT ALL DRUG STORES Protect thefamily health! .Make your home cozy! The prevailng dry and extremely hot weather has played havoc with the strawberry beds of Madison county. Mr Farmer ilate your Lome as modem for your family as a city rei What gave promise of being the banner dM and place yonrsell in a position to get the latest market quotations nt yeldjjjjnany years,, has becnjra,Ctical-lMoistura in a limited destroyed. any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when yon aad your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben-e- l quantity is essential to the good of the e received. Call or address onr nearest office or write direct to headquarters strawberry and for this reason there N'Mbrille, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line will be a few this year for Richmond rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately and Madison county people. The few that are here are high in price. ,nHreet yon, Oar lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, MissiEsipp Louisiaaa.and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Burst Write me or phone Home Insurance-Co- . 151 rjng 2, Union City, Ky. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporaied y' Rural Telephones Hurts the Crop. Free the living rooms from ashes and soot! Avoid doctor's bills! Let-U- 3 I will receive wool at the Madison Tobacco Warehouse. Bring it to me. tf Elmer Deatherage. Hows This? tell you about our modern HOT WATER AND STEAM SYSTEMS. IDEAL Bolfsri and AMERICAN RidUtors. I - The woman of today who has good health, good temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion, the result The Ladies World, Pictorial Review. Modern Prlscilla and the Climax, all one whole year for the paltry sum of $2.10. This offer shows $5.00 worth of magazines for the homo at the very low price of $2.10 for the lot. Sent to any or different address old as well as new subscribers can take advantage of this tf offer. This is a great bargain. There is one medicine that every family should be provided with and especialy during the summer months; viz, Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer-t- o be needed. It costs but a quarter. Can you afford to bo without it? For sale by Stockton & Son. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 35 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for omi sjoeds. For of correct living and good digestion wins the admiration of the world. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlian's Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct it. For sale by Stockten & Son. Cullon's meat market gives prompt delivery. Phono 125. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co. Phone 270 scription, and is easily assimilated by the weakest stomach. Full explanations of the wonderful on rheumatism, lum- action ot Daco. goui anu neuralgia, are pacKeu with every bottle. Begin taking a todav. and van m bottle Of safely drop every other rheumatism you may now be taxing. treatment Get at your' drumist at lim n bottle. If you are satisfied with It, as you win iw, get o ooiues ior tojJtanu get rid of your affliction. If your druggist cannot lupply you. it will be sent on receipt of jrlcoby the Medicine Co, S715 Un-ol- p re, Chicago. 111. The first bottle wUl in At o every sufferer. STOCKTON &. cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We hv evarjthing kt Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, "Woodonwro, Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Buy ; household goods here and SAVE MONEY a dime. For M 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Building :0 J SON MILL END and GREEN TAG SALE To Our Many Friends in RichIn E V ELDER'S ' - t: K v mond and Surrounding Country On Saturday, May 27, and continuing to June JO, we propose to have our annual sale. This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest Our stock merchandise event of the year. was never so large or more varied than it is this year. Our entire stock ot est and best lines at a big saving in cash REDUCTIONS BIGThis 5ale lasts two weeks only. Showing the every Department. mmk Dry Goods, Clothing, 5hoes, flippers, Millinery, Carpets and Notions were never better selected than they are at this time. Our business has been built up by strict attention to the details and wants of our customers. We believe in doing a large business on a smalj margin of profit, and selling goods at one price and marked in plain figures. In this annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it. It will pay yoti to come 50 miles to do your shopping at this wonderful bargain sale. We have engaged several extra sales people to wait on you and give you every attention. Don!t forget that in a case of this kind the best bargains sometimes go first, so be on hand early the opening day and take advantage of some of the ripest plums Iw t a . T vt . t v JP. ii U t-- v t-- r" f3g . Store closed Friday, May 26, to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain Sale. You can't afford to miss it :::::: lO MAY 2T TO JUNE m , new- An-r-- m v ls Mpn. hftrp. is vnur nnnorfnnifv Kar6ain h&re tofairly dumfound competiton. All sparkling with crisp newness, all the most wanted "fixings." A to more than double the ordinary purchasdiance ing power of your almighty dollar to make the most of this opportunity come early before stocks are broken. Read every line of our mammoth hand bill carefully, for it means more to you than all the combined sales of the past quarter of a century. Every item positively guaranteed as advertised. Sale starts Saturday morning The most dazzling, most daring sales movement the world has ever known. Abounding in Spectacular Features, its Mighty Saturday, May 27 Ecotxxnies will never be equalled a0ain by any retail institution m Richmond. A sale of Boundless Benefits for the intaftgent discriminating buyer of, home and pefsooaTneeds r Jit hty and Original Mill End and Green Said begins Saturday, May 27, and Lasts - J, Aeeks i The Busy Bee Cash Store ?EAT LOOM END AND I i Sale Begins Saturday, Closes Saturday, June 10th Sale Begins Saturday, May 27 at 8 a."iru and closes June JO, at 10 p. m We will give coupons all celebrated dur- May 27 We will pay your railroad fare ing the sale on one more of the both ways, from Irvine, Beat-tyvill- e, Ford, Valley View'and Berea for all those purchasing $25 or more during this sale "The Free" Sewing Machines, which will be given away Saturday, June Every 0th, at 2.30. p. rru dollar purchase you make you get a coupon, and for every dollar paid on account you get a coupon. This coupon entitles you to a chance to get the machine.. We are agents for "The Free" Sewing Machine, the best machine on the market. Retail price $35 The greatest variety of needs may be supplied at wonderfully little cost at this great Loom End Sale Possibilities for money saving were never before so many and so tempting This is our greatest attempt at sale giving don't miss it Wotch Red Tickets for Bargains Richmond's rainfall was the greatest, with four exceptions, in forty-on- e years, and in many other sections the weather was even more disagreeable. April, 1911, will go down in history as being one of the poorest months for the retail business in the United States. for spring and summer goods, consequently retailers sold very little, many of them cancelling orders placed withinanufacturcrs, and manufacturers were forced to sell at a loss. This was true especially in women's apparel and dry goods of vari The public had no need ous kinds. We took advantage of many of these opportunities to buy cheap from the manufacturers and we are enabled to offer you in this sale a choice up to date stock of merchandise decidedly under price. It will pay you to come. It will pay you to invest. It will pay you to buy. It is an ill wind that dlows nobody good. This is your opportunity. Come In preparing for this Rare Price Cntting Loom Loom End Sale no department in the big store has been overlooked, as we want to make big inroads all over the house, especially all broken assortments, odds and ends, remnants and surplus, stocks. They all must be Your money will be refunded for each and every ariicle purchased during this sale that is sold, consequently the price is secondary with us. We want nothing to leave our store during this sale, dollars or cents worth, that will not be loyal to our earnest endeavors. not satisfactory in every way MEET ME AT OLDHAM'S GREAT LOOM END SALE . Loom End Bargains Boys' Clothing Bargains Petticoat Bargains We nought from & targe silk nettiooal BMuwfMtatrer S9 aUk jwW-eat- s ki Ma and eeters eafMOMliy for this sale.' '"r rtnnnttn p tto tot at suah a tew that we ae aW to offer reenter S5 mfakfts ffarhqr this sale at Oae tot of good quality Safety 1'ins, worth 5 cento; Loom O C Kad Sale prise T- One tot Man's Neckwear in all the new shapes and colors 1 , regulnr 26c values 1 1 SW Ladies' Mtd Oil Wren's Patent Leathor, Persian and ft EUatie I (ells, worth up to 60c oach; our price , Oh tot, about 350 yards of imported Drapery and Kimona ASr . J Silk, worth up to 75e per yard; Loom Knd price aro Don't fail to see our Laae ami Embroidery bargains. We offering prices on now Laces'and Kamburgs that will interest thb moat skeptteal. Don't fail to see them and get prloos. Owe tot men's 'btea oh PcpperoH mi) Is Drawers, elastic scam OQr- J L. and Serivoer's make, worth up to 75c pair; our priee 1 Oae tot men's Laundered Shirts, no seconds, all new stuff right out of stock, all suae and colors, worth up to 75c oach; -- KQr Leo Bod priee Om lot E. & W. Fine Shirts in all sizes, worth up to $1.50 7ETr each; sate price MB yards of English Long Cloth in lengths' from 2 to 5 yards O c 1 regular prioe IS sale price 200 yards of English Long Oloth in lengllis from 2 to 5 yards, 1 rv WC ' worth up to 30e yanl; sale prioe 390 yards fine NaiKok in lengths from 2 to S yards, worth fQ unto Me.yard: sateprioe O 600 yards best French (Ingham, in lengths from 2 to 10 yds . regular price 12 per yard; ale prico One tot men's Work Shirts.Uhe host make, best matorial,tex-tr- a full, ortra length, solid colors and stripes, worth COc One tot of children's Gingham Dresses in solid colors, nicely AAf mad and (rimmed, sites 2 to 14 years, regularise values One tot bos' and girte' Rompers, just the thing fo play, in CJ- Qsize from 2 to S yearssale price Oh tot ladies' House Dresses.ln shepherd clieoks, navy, China blue, grays, black and white, flguros and stripos, regular price $1.50 Q9Kn each; onr Ijoobi End pride One tot light ground figured Madras Cloth, satin stripe, just the thing for shirts, waists or dresses, regular 15c per yard; O Loom End price Deep cuts in Laco Curtains and Draperies in our Lace Curtain Department just when you need them. We have planned to save you money. -- ' - O In our Beys' Clothing Depart psrtm ent you will find prices out so low as to almost seem impossible. We have the best and most up to date Mne of Boys' Clothing in Richmond and prices have been cute them for this sale so low that it should move the entire lot. If your boys need a suit or an extra pair of pants, attend this sale price and in and buy them for 1--2 lots of oases for o J in, 3- -1 Less Than Half Price " a ' o CD Carpets and Rugs Wo have made deep ante in our Carpet and Rtig Department. You must not fall to get onr prices on OtirnttS-nnRugs. Wj offer f0 d sate 0x12 seamless bady Bra? sel Ungs, 316,50 values, sale price a o - bo Muslin Underwear Bargains One lot of Children's Muslin Pants, in sizes from 2 to 14 years nicely made, ruffled and tucked, worth up to 25c pair; our prico 000 nico Corset Covers, trimmed with laco, embroidery, otc, '. worth up lo 50c each; our.prico . . 250 pair Ladies' Muslin Drawers, plain tucked, laco and trimmed, worth up to 50o per pair; our price 250 pair extra' fine and very elaborately trimmed Muslin Pants worth up to $1 per pair; our price . 200 good Muslin Gowns, plain tucked and trimmed, worth up to C5c each; our prico.. r . About 500 Ladies' Muslin Gowns, very beautifully trimmed, nice fine matorial, worth up to $1150 each; our prico Oiie lot Ladies Embroidered Shirt Waists, now stylos, low neck, worth up to SI oach; our prico . -- $1050 Regular 322. 50 JOc 9xlVxminster Rugs in beaut 'dew- patterns. J7t a o El . 23c 23c 45c. Ederheimer, Stein MAKERS Si Co, values f&r $15.75 Wash Suits and We are offering Skirts- and- CO 39c 79c -- abhjlot of Wash Bulla sKinsmoursuitDopartmontat O C! tu S3 49c ie hIh1k 1 OTP u A Flyer in Our entfra lotofcfino, Softs and SRirts for ladres'lfSte-Tjeegreatly reduond for this.sale. Don't fail to vkjt the"Sutt Parlor and see the new things at low prices. tailor-mad- siao bofore e Less Than Half Price. You will see the Red Loom End. Tagsgot yjrar 5.. thy argene. n -- $2.85 300 wMte SklrU &faj 5&tc jwi ia Mrtpes awl Hi soH sotocs, worth up to 75fl mm mmmmm m il j 100 bteek PeMioeats, irteely 76c eaoh; sale prise 109 Waok andean retted, worth 19 to 44c '39c 79c 98c r? 1 Simim mvn 'i r t? ...... otocK orr uur entire C, f 0) Have been Reduced Shirt Waists Wo bought especiall for this sale 500 Ladies White Shirt Waists, high and low necks, long and short sleeves, elaborately trimnqed, worth AQ up to $1.25 each; Loom End price for clioico 100 full sine Marsailles Bed Spreads, regular $1.50 value, bought especially for this sale; our price.., . Good Brown Cotton, full 30 inches wide, regular 7 1 2c valuo sold off bolt during sale at .; Something; doing every hour of the day. The Sale of all Sales. Don't Miss It PeUteoate, fatly eroaried. ewbfoiderod ruttss elegantly made, worth up to SI. 50, Loom nd price One lot regular Se vatoe HeatherMoom Skirts will be told during tfats sale at a m o C) lat ladies' Shirt AYaBu, about 225, ombrolderod, shepherd checks, solid" blue1 black and whlto and silver mrih up to 75c, our Leom End price One era, r This is the event you have been looking for. The sale that draws people for 100 miles around aslv tor 1 his ba e All the finest Ilaivos Hats in felt, dorbjes, Panamas, straws etc. Tho stock is new and fresh. Como and get your selection before they arc gono 98c 5c Ono lofmenV4-plLinea Collars, manufacturers secondj, all sizes nd kinds regu- C lar 2 for 25c sellers; our prico OC y ueaumm uois anu stripes, regular price 15c per yard, choice of patterns for 500 yards Curtain Swiss, 3C inches wide, in "f ' f -- m r Bus" MAIN ST, BEE CASE STORE RICHMOND, KY W. D. Ol mm aie Deems aturday, May 7 Sale Begins Saturday, May at 8 o'clock A. M. and r at 8 o'clock A. M. and 2Tirt June Oth at 10 o'clock P. M. 7th Closes Saturday Closes Saturday June 10th at 10 P. M. This sale offers the greatest values for the least money If you are looking for more than your money's worth you will be here t Check off the articles you need now, then come prepared to share in the tremendous money saving benefits of this great sale 1 The first ten women who spend $10 at this sale next Saturday, May 27, will get 20 yards of Calico FREE If you are dead to the necessity of economy, you don't need to read this If you are alive to the needs ot money saving, read, reflect, come Be here when it opens you will surely come again Watch Red Tickets for Bargains The Real Loud Noise of All Big Sales The Sale That Draws the People for 1 00 Miles Around. This Year Its Greater and Grander Than Ever Shoppers living many miles away will find a visit to Oldham's Big Store during this Loom End Sale a very profitable adventure. Read these pages carefully and see where you can make saving in all the necessities. Look through our store and see the thousands oi Red Tags which all mean bargains ior you. We can' only mention a few of the Red Tag values in this circular, the store is full of them. Don't miss a single one. Come bring your babies, we have a special room provided for their care and a woman to take care of them J-- Our Loom End Sale Begins Saturday, May Clothing Bargains Although it is right in tho beginning of the season, ? thinkjng of buying a new jsuftAve hai&dYcided to sell our entire, new .Sq here goes stock in .$18:75 $25.00 Suits now oses Saturday, Jvne r You all know what it meaas when we advertise one ot our Sales. We have held many of these sales in the past and never in any instance have we disappointed the public. Every promise has been carried out to the letter, and in most instances we have done more than we promised. For this reason we are sure the simple announcement of the date ot sale will fill our store to overflowing with eager bargain hunters. That's why we feel safe in telling you to come expecting bigger and better values than you ever before received tor your money, we nave never aisappomieo yuu mu wc win uui uegm uuw !j?0OiuiU'nOwi.j.iJi.'li 20.00 Suits now 18.0Q IpVsO 5,$0 1 Suits 10.00 Suits 15.00 Suits 12.90 Suits 10.00 Suits now now now now now ' 13.50 12.00 11.00 8.39 7.40 Over 20,000 yards of Calicoes, the very best brands, in dark and light blues, shepherd checks, have been bought for this sale and you will buy them for less than cost to - We have reduced all our shoes forihis sale not a single pair reserved. Our fine Wm. Knee-lan- d Shoos for men go in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Como and pick 'em out, wo havo many extraordinary bargains to offer you in the shoe department. You will see special racks of f shoes at the original cost. Don't fail to look the'ra over it means a big saving to you. Ijo pld shop worn stuff, but new up to date styles to'olose out. one-lial- reds, silver grays, black and white and shirting" prints cJnkleJ Sfif Fitting Wo are solo agents for the American M Lady Corsets for this city. We,are,. show- just received our new m$ "Queen )uality"9 styles for Spring HT and theylre hcauties. We did not VCe've 1 ;&W 1 A helieve such footwear fossihle Hosiery Bargains One lot mon's Half Ilose, tan, black and fancy, all full regular made, usually sell 2. - "J .. pair for 25c; Salo prico Loom End Bargains One lot, bleached Table Damask, about 300 yards in lot, 04 inches wide, regular price 50c yard; Loom En'd prlco 350 yards all Linen Crash, 18 inches wide, in lengths from" 2 to 5 yards, regular 10c value; Loom End price Or Half Hoso in all colors, "f T fancy and plain, genuine lisle thread One iot of men's 25c ing all tho now- - shapes and ' best, .models. "We are making special prices on them lor this sale. If you havent been wearing American Lady Corsots, you don't know what it is to wear tho best fitting corset on the market. Try ono at our sale price. A Flyer in Wash c; Goods frice. fhuy M Smart, snay of comfort and service just to-da- y? The makers at the have outdone styles with JJ ft W I I I 0; Tfej W Loom End prlco One lot ladies' black hose, full and good quality, regular price 10c Look for the Red Tickets -- regular made pair Loom End price S(r V Ono lot ladies' gauze Lisle Hoso, our "f Z regular 25c values;- - We bought especially for this salo one lot of beautiful wash fabrics, Lawn, Madras Cloth, Dimities, Etc., all in new figures and stripes, in lengths from 2 to 12 yards; regular price I 'J 2 12 Loom End prico i - Ono lot, about 500 yards, check and striped Ginghams for dresses or aprons, in lengths from 2 to 10 yarns, regular price 8 WJc; Cr Loom End prico you have oeen looking for. You 11 here eventually. VChy not S Loom End price . . Queen Quality Shoes o percent Off during Sale J( ' 1 JSr W "25 dozen good size Iluck Towels, regular price at retail 10c each; our Loom , End price . 1'- -- -- - r Ono lot of ladies' ribbed top black lloso, full regular made, generally soil for 10 pair; O. . Loom Ead prico Ono lot of ribbed black Hose for childron in Ono lot ladies' fine gauze Lisle Hose, can't tell them from silk, regular prico 50c; Loom End price O. 35 dozen extra size Iluck Towels in red borO ders and plain white, our regular price . 15c each; Loom End price sizes from 5 to 10, regular 15o values; O r w Men's pnre Silk Half Hc83 in all colors and black, regular 50c values; i Ono lot Everett Classic Chambrays just the value, thing for shirts or dresses, regular 12 l-- in lengths from 2 to 10 yards; T 7 f jrm Pnrl nfiA O m W"'- - 4 - I D. OLDHAM 1 If MO KENTU C 4o 4 WWW Mi H ND il .... a 0 I L... , ..-- - r' iiJ"" Honey to Loan on Good Farm AmmsmcmcbM A Leader AB C Patent Flour AT per 24 pound sack Its the best and leads them all in quality 59c Builder ?OR SHERIFF We are authorised to announce ELMER DEATUERAGE a candidate for Sheriff of The Northwestern Mutual Ltle In Madison county, subject to the action of per Democratic party surance Uo., will loan money ai cent interest on good improved farm AW nro fluiHnxized icy announce lOHX K. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Madlands on Mortpve. ison county, subject to the action of the Apply to J. C. Chenanlt, Atty Democratic party. Richmond, Ky. We are authorized to announce N. B, tf lONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, suojecito me action oi me crane party. We are authorized to announce II. If. COLYER a candidate for Sheriff of Madi son county, subject to the action oi tne Democratic party. II 1 li VI U WVare herehv authorized to announce VAX B. BENTON a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County, subjeet to the action Pennington I. R. ol the Democratic party. Lands. TIMELY BREVITIES TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS L Sewell & McKinney H ST. S. TODD 6 6 6 ESTIMATES FURNISHED 3 y r. 5 Contractor and .3 " Shop in Rear oi McKee Building ONf APPLICATION 6 7 9 9 Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers and Binders and Binder Twine "We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows 60 Tooth Drag r Harrows are the best. Call and see these before buying TAYLOR & OLDHAM The Climax My 1 i $1,00 Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious people I is complete and ::::::: IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR W. L. LEEDS Third 5treet Richmond, Ky I Going to Build? I 1 I I I I I I blmtoh mm mm mm I H H IL I Lumber Incorporated The sterilization of water by ultra violet rays has now entered upon an industrial stage. Last year there were 5,200 trials by Indian Runner Ducks. court martial in the army as agaimit The Indian Runner ducks are very 5,580 the previous year. being nearly The largest stalactite cave in Euroie easily and quickly raised, - full size at eight or ten weeks of age. recently was discovered in the DachIf hatched early and well cared for steln mountains of upper Austria. Surety bonds cannot be procured in they will lay in the fall and make Ecuador, there being no company In good layers until five or six years of that country doing that class of busi- age and will lay as well as any chick ness. en hen, and there is much less, labor Dentist. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE The lord mayor of London said re in caring for them. They are not sub We are authorized to announce BEN Office next door to Government build MIN K. EDWAKDS. a candidate for Su cently that in his opinion the old Eng- ject to disease and do hot have lice ing Richmond, Ky. nerintendent of I'ublic bcliools of Madison lish system of apprenticeship should or mites, which Is quite an Item in county, subject to the action of the Demo poultry raising. cratic party. be revived. Indian Runner ducks are to the duck We are authorized to announce Win. S. Experiments with thousands of sub Brock a candidate for Superintendent of family what the Leghorns are among Huccttsor to Uurzin & Denoj Schools of Madison Count-- , eub jects have shown that the average man Public lect to the action of the Democratic party attains his maximum strength In his tho chickens. The large pure white " eggs are characteristic of the breed as thirty-firs- t FOR JAILER year. OrerSt&te Bant St Trait Compauj .eggs are of the Leghorns. 296 TELEPHONE We are authorized to announce MORGAN The vibration of a steel disk 30,000 tho white proof of imTAYLOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison or more a second produces the Green eggs are certain county, subject to the action of the Demo times purity. Holts Fawn and white strain party. cratic sound in a new electrical horn for auNotice to Creditors. are everlasting layers of white eggs FOR ASSESSOR tomobiles or motorboats. and are great money makers. They against All parties having claims We are authorized to announce GEORGE Scotland exported 1,531 CydesdaZe aro great layers and small eaters, Paulina It. Harris, deceased, are re NOLAND a candldute for Assessor of subject mitted to file same properly verified Madison Countyparty. to the action of horses in 1010. This Is said to be a which Is a very desirable trait. They record never before reached by any can be hatched as late as September as required by law, to tlio undersigned the Democratic WV ore authorized to announce "V. K. breed of British live stock. Krneutor. on or belore juiy i&u laii and get their growth and be ready to for ARM AN a Also all names indebted: to tne ae-- son county, candidate to Assessor of Mad- Expansion due to the beat of the lay before cold weather. When they subject the action of the Harris, cither ny Democratic party fwwl Pauline H. sun gives the top of the Eiffel towor properly fed and cared for they note or account are requesiea to can We ore authorized to announce RUFOS a dally motion of from one to seven aro will begin to lay at the age of four undersigned. ENKINS a candidate for Assessor of and settle same with the months and will lay continuously. vi ladlson county subject to the action of the Inches, varying with the seasons. W. S. Broaddns. Executor, Democratic party. Numerous garage fires have shown Their eggs are fine for culinary purFOR COUNTY CLERK A Leading California Druggist, that automobile tires, after they have poses and will sell for 8 to 5 cents We are authorized to announce LaRue C. been hardened by contact with mud more per dozen than hens' eggs. Farm Pasadena. Cal.. March 9, 1911 House a candidate for County Cleric of and Ranch. Foley and Co., Gentlomen: We have Madison county, subject to the action of and water, pracUcaliy are fireproof. There are large guano deposits on snld nnd recommended Foley s Honey Democratic party e Profit In Draft Mares. and Tar Compound lor years. some Islands between China and the We keep six heavy mares to do our believe tt to be one of the most efilcent Philippines, but apparently nothing expectorants on the market. Contain teams. farm work two three-hors- e can be done to make them profitable. ing no opiates or narcotics it can be OF DAY Czerny, the great German cancer ex- All of these mares are bred to the best given freely to children. Enough ol pert, says skin cancer has diminished stallion we can find near home, and the remedy can be taken to relieve a wo usually get two or three colts a 50 per cent at least In the last fifty cold, as it has no nauseating results years. He thinks soap did the blessed year, writes a New York farmer in and does not interfer with digestion. the American Agriculturist All of the Yours verv trulv. C. H. Ward Drue Uo., A Just Verdict. business. Get mares are bred and worked about the O. L. Parsons. Bec'v. and Treas. is regarded as a sign of the steady same until foaling time, when those Once upon a time a wild eyed Man It the orginal Foloy's Honey and Com sailing craft that pound in the yellow package. For sale ran down a crowded street In the disappearance of the that have colts need about ten days' Shopping District, yanking the False British owners of such ships are by Stockton & Son. rest Then they may begin work to sell them whenever an again, only Hair from Women's Heads and with a little better feed throwing It on the Pavement and opportunity presents Itself. Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every and care. After the colt is weaned Paraguay has no use for automobiles. he can be grown almost as cheaply as one tarns aoout iu Any navor mauo dancing on It with Screams of eerie Laughter. The Hue of the Artificial There are hardly any roads. Travel t to order and delivered promptly. a calf and if well fed at two years Locks red, black, brown or peroxide ing In the country Is attempted only old should weigh from 1,000 to 1,200 Breck, fire, lightnin; cyclone Nothing, He grabbed Dan mattered on horseback, and the city streets are pounds and can begin to pay his way tf off lndlscrlmlnatlnKlr. Although he paved In the roughest way. and live stock insurance. by working. Grasp of the Law within The International exposition which Head was In the Feel laniruid weak, Time, even In that Limited will be opened at Turin on April 29 Short ache? Stomach "oir'f Just a plain case a Poultry Notes, enough Jute to of lazy liver, Burdock Blood Bitters Snace he nulled off will, it Is claimed, show that Italy has There are many pet theories on how stomach, promotes stuff a small Tent tones liver and progressed more rapidly than any otn to make the hen lay profitably, but At the Trial, after the Eminent digestion, purifies the blood. Sold by all In the last fifty here is the secret in a few words prosecutor had concluded his Denun er European nation Druggist, years. Feed her well, house her comfortably elation of the Fiend in Human Form, An American consul, Julian H. Ar and beep her free from lice. For Sale. the Yonne Attorney for the Defense west The large producing hen is. the re had uttered a few feeble Platitudes nold, traveled several months in Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. and the twelve Good Men and True ern China last year. He stopped nt sult of unceasing care and effort upon he It. K. STUMS " had retired to the Sanctity of the eighty native inns, and never did un the part of her owner.profits from the "I rv You can't expect Jury Room, the Foreman quietly re experience the least Incivility or friendly treatment hens unless you feed them right and cement, brick, wall plas marked. "My Wife's cost 00." Sand, lime, give good care generally. Unwillingness of American manufac "My Salary," said the next Man, "is ter, rock and screenings, in any quanti credThe hen that is confined in a damp delay; see so small that I can hardly make both turers to deal with Russia on the Gerty and at lowest rices. No house or must stand on a damp floor Ends meet, and yet the Wife of my it system adopted years ago by 44tf us. W. W. Rroaddus & Co. Bosom nays an average of Twenty- - mans and French is proving a handi- will never lay profitably. The chickens need plenty of sharp Whooping cough is not dangerous five Dollars each time for her False cap, since cash transactions are con grit or gravel. It's what keeps their when the cough is kept loose and er- - Hair and gets a different colored out trary to the general Russian custom. pectoration easy by giving Chamber- - fit about four Times a Year." Production of gold In the United teeth In commission. lian's Uougii liemeay. u uas ucen The remaining Ten said their Says States in 1910 fell below that of the used in many epidemics oi this disease they were much like those of the record output In 1009. The decrease with perfect success. For sale by and first Two. And a few Minutes later was due to reduced production in KEEPING POULTRY Stockton & Son. the Jury delivered their Verdict Alaska, Colorado and South Dakota. Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur these Words: "Justifiable Insanity, In other states the output showed an LIGE IN CHECK ance. Tne very Desi oiu line wmianw but Don't Ever Do it Again!" Tom P. increase. Morgan in Puck. f, In Hawaii's territorial life of ten Wm. S. Broaddus, Ast. years her bank deposits have grown What He Wanted. from ?4,000,000 to over $13,000,000, and When in need of Blacksmlthing in any "Now. this car," said the agent, call savlncs have risen from $804,000 to Dust Baths Should Be Provided of its branches. Farming Implements, inir Bllluns attention to a handsome 4,290,000. The Chinese have the lar Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber limousine In the corner, "is a dandy. gest per capita average savings bank and Houses Sprayed. tires &c, get pricos from R. E. Miller, It runs so smoothly you wouldn't accounts, $32aS3. f. Union City, Ky. you were In it. nides Just liko know The French press Is perturbed over a rocking chair." the statement that there are twice as esZJce may be found on the bodies of "What do you think I am an Middle Aged and Elderly many pictures by Rembrandt in the caped Inmate of an old lady's home?" United States as there are in Holland focls at all seasons of the year. They People. mdUply very rapidly in warm weathdemanded Blllups. "I want a car that and more than there are in Austria, Ucs Foleys Kidney Pills for quick Til know I'm in wh'en I'm In It, and Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Roumanla, er, and it is then that the greatest harm Is wrought and permanent results in all cases when I go out looking for a rocking Spain and Switzerland put together. of kidney and bladder troubles, and for chair I'll go to a furniture store and There are several insect enemies of A letter by Benjamin Franklin to a poultry lice, mites and fleas. It is painful and annoying irregularities not to a garage." Harper's Weekly. They contain just the ingredients neces medical friend, with the sardonic the red hen mlto which is worse than sary to regulate and strengthen the taunt, "IJfllf the lives you save are not all tho others combined. This minute The Juice There Willi action of the kidneys and bladder. Now, worth saving, as being useless, and al creature Increases at a remarkable (enthusiastically) Missionary They are tonic in action, quick in results. among the most the other half ought not to be rata when measurat are not taken to Try them. For sale by Stockton & Son. my specialty is work was keep young. Do you think there is a good saved, as beins mischievous," it In check, and hens will not sold at auction In London recently for lay nor chickens grow when their life- Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro opening here? blood la being racked by this pest. The Chief (doubtfully) Well, wc 32 10s. ceries. You will save 10 cents on every Owners and agents of sixteen downdon't, as a rule, believe In giving meat tf Dust is fatal to almost all insects, dollar. buildings have especially tho soft bodied ones. The to the kids, but say an hour's extra town Chicago office Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone I orowthprA'H Iia the cravr. you know been compelled by the building depart- fowls should therefore bo provided V h mrr. Kvdnev Bnlle- - ment to stretch a wire screening over with a dust bat'a at all times, as this WW C tf tTinro'li and live stock insurance. the rotundas .at the second or third Is the method nature has given them tin. floors to prevent persons on the main of keeping at bay their insect eneHeals cuts or Soothes itchinc skin. floor being Injured by others jumping mies. Dry and finely pulverized earth Another Suggestion. burns without a scar. Cures piles eczema The new Pullman prices seem fair- or falling from upper floors of the of any kind, also coal ashes from salt rheum, any itchine. Doan's Oint ment. Your druggist sells it. er than formerly," said one traveling structures. which tho cinders have been sifted, man. Hcrr Harry Plate of Hanover has may bo used for tho dust bath. Wood Bros, want your wool at highest Gott They're not," replied the other. "I been made a lifelong member of the ashoa should never be used, as the tf. don't care anything about a reduced Frusslan upper chamber by special fa- alkali In them Is likely to Injure the price. charge for an upper berth. What I vor of the kaiser. Plate is a master 'I suffered habitually from conslipat- - want Is a prohibitive cost to the man plumber. The honor bestowed on him fowls. A thorough drenching of the poultry relieved and who snores." "Washington Star. ion. Doan's Reculets has never before been awarded to an houso with kerosene emulsion to which strengthened the bowels. So that they ordinary artisan. It Is traditionally a little crude carbolic acid has been have been regular ever since." A. E. Looki Bad. given to noblemen as a reward for emi- added will prove very effectual against Davis, groceer. Sulphur Springs, Tex. Bacon I'm afraid Baker Is not long nent service to the state. Herr Plate tho red mites if done every week. Sold by all druggist. for this world. Is a labor leader, but an Ordinary melted lard is good in de Egbert Why, I didn't hear he was Mrs. Caroline A. White of Upper stroying lice on the bodies of fowls For Sale. sick? Norwood, England, who has Just passchicks, but should not be used too "Well, I don't know that he Is yet, ed the one hundredth anniversary of and I have a splendid carriage for sale, freely. to begin to do her Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a de- but bis wife's about her birthday, has been for eighty When setting hens it is never ad cooking." Yonkers Statesman. years of her life an industrious literary visable to apply any grease to their pot waeon. carry four or five people. It own worker. For sixteen years she edited bodies, but they may be dusted with has both summer and winter side doors, Too True. a woman's journal. Early in her ca- some good insect powder, while the pole and shafts. I also have a set of "Bridget, I feel so ill I wish you hand made carriage harness and a large would not go out today. Couldn't you reer she obtained introductions to Tom nosta nay be dusted with powdered gentle harness horse all of which I will get what you are going for just as Hood and Douglas Jerrold and after- lima or sulphur. As soon as a sitting ward never lacked employment for hen comes off the nest should be burn well tomorrow?" sell worth the money. pen. ed out and fresh nest material sup "Faith an' Ol can .tomorrow or anny her Dr. Clarence II. Vaught. King Manuel will make Richmond, plied. At all seasons of the year It is day. I was goln' out to get mesilf a England, his new home. He has taken a good plan to burn out all nests every Cheapest acoident insurance Dr. new Job." Harper's Bazar. Abercorn, a residence built forty years four or five weeks. Thomas Eclectic Oil. Stops the pain ago, from Kald Sir Harry Maclean. and heals the wound. All druggist Ancient Instance. Abercorn stands in the center of a sell it. Foot Rot In Sheep. Alps. Hannibal had crossed the four acre tract, and Its privacy is Sheep afflicted with foot rot should "Now," he cried, "I'm going to make doubly secured by a high brick wall be kept separate from the balance of For Rent Rome howl!" In spite of his victorious campaign, and numerous trees. There are only the flock and have clean, dry quarters, House on Fourth and Woodlawn Ave. two .floors to the house, which is un- Drive them through a foot bath three Will be vacant July 1st. Now occupied however, the fickle Carthaginians sub- pretentious and comfortable. The times a week made of crcolln 3 per sequently worked the recall on by Robert Salloe-4- t grounds Include two tennis courts, a cent or iron sulphate 4 per cent and Tribune. Mrs. Alice Lammcrs. charming rosary, fruit and flower gar- lime slaked with water, mixed Into creamy substance. dens. Those Quetlioni. The uniform success that has attend "nad a puncture, my friend?" ed the use of Chamberlain's Colic, The chauffeur looked up and swalCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has everywhere. It can lowed his feelings with a huge gulp. made it a favorite "No, sir," he replied. "I'm Just always be depended upon. For Sale by changing the air in the tires. The Stockton & Son. Many Richmond Readers other lot's worn out, you know." ill 1 lie ui aim oiaiiu miuutis That's where you see Adler's Collegian fir A C4.nisl A mf-rf- Y ( 5 wide Awake Americans Clothes In every gathering of men-who-kno- 5 9 well-dresse- d, R. Emmett Million DENTIST manly at work or at play this famous make is easily recognized w 9 7 There are many reasons why .you, too, should wear Adler's 9 thev offer the most for V your money 9 In them you get the very best style and each garment is made 9 to fit, Really ftt You have a choice of patterns and shades in Adler's Collegian materials that no other clothes m (.an unci And the long wear they afford the way each garment holds its C First, canape to uie eiiu :::::: 9 9 HUMOR THE a real economy nidrvts uiciu 9 1 9 Prices $15 to $25 Other Good Makes $10 to $15 run-dow- THE ROYAL Home of Good Gloflies Corner 2nd and Main J. 5. Stanifer, Proprietor ai James & Hunley Will bu or sell your house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arerneed-ed- . We represent iron bound Insurance Companies re member this. oved I t-- Grocery & Meat to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My IVfarket Dr. C H. Mainhart Graduate McKllHpp V I9 Inst; Ccllege ol Chicago. 1 1 Veterinary Surgeon Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Office Phone 09 Res. Phone 532 f Richmond, Ky H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of those its patron needing ser vices of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, ENTUCKY. GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N V. - Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House J. 186 R. PARKE Telephone 39 5, Attobhxyat-La Irvine Street , antl-Soclall- RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Jmce over State Bank & Trust Co., opposite Court Honse, on Main Street. 4arryM Blanton, I,anl7 avOOca lb Bennett Bnliuinz I'EliPHONE DENTIST Big Prices For Hides "We H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work Specialty. . Office in Bank Building. a have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags; Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. "We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have Dr. Robt C. Boggs Dentist Office hlm-Chic- ago Telephone 267 in Oldham Building M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY Idle Capital Is GOOD NEWS. OPERA HOUSE Every Night Idea. Better. Near & A. Depot Telephone 425 be able to please wherever yon go." Browning's Magazine. His Ailment. There ain't no doubt," said Deacon Bllmber, "that it's an all swlzzlln' nice thing to be able to go wherever you please, but it sort o' strikes me that it orto be an all swlzzlln' sight better to An Extravagance Have Heard it and Profited Thereby. "Good news travels fast," and the thousands of bad back suffirs in Richmond are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach, Many a lame, weak and aching back bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Hero is an example worth reading: Dawson Barnett, Rowland St., Stan ford, Ky syas: 'Somu time ago I had a severo fall and this, togeth er with the jarring to which I am subject in my work, brought on Kidney trouble. For seyeraldaysl could hardly gel about on account of tho pains in my back. I also noticed that the passages of the passages of the secretions were irregu lar, especially at night. I decided cura this trouble before it became chronic and as I knew Doans Kidney Pills to be god for such complaints procured a box. Beforo I had finished the contents, I was, cured and I have had nolcidney trouble since." For ! by all dealers. Pjke 60 eenu. Feater-Xilbur- u Co.. MmSaM Maw York, soie hU for the United Betsy's Pointers 1 You'll Be More with good sense but who had Than Well Pleased beauty enough to make herwith our moving pictures and refined vaudeville entertainment. self highly agreeable. If you The best pictures, the Severest perto see faces light up with wish formers make up the programme, "What's the matter with your nephew that's sick over at Skeedee?" "Oh, he prescribed for himself out of a doctor book," replied the old codger, "and nearly killed himself with a misprint" Puck. No .Late Information. Teacher (to new pupil) Why did Hannibal cross the Alps, my little man? New Pupil Wny, I didn't know he went ma'am. When did he atart? Milwaukee Sentinel. "I have never seen a woman which is changed every day. joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at Our Moving Pictures And Refined Vaudeville His Early Training. Miss De Young That handsome yonng man is so Impetuous, He simply carries everything before him. Miss Oldham Naturally, They say hc .usedo be a waiter. Chicago News. Lackey & Todd Some vOf (j . are always fit to be seen by, women and children. No objectionable features arc permitted. - jfvlintepirng.,; Two Shows Every Nifht. First 7:15, Sj cond $39. ' . Stung. Mrs. Hoyle What sort of a man did yon get? was a blond man Mrs. Dpyler-H- e with a braaetfe keirt New York Todd-EdwarPrew." ' no community can afford; to do anyone a benefit it must be kept moving and to do the most good it should seek legitimate channels. Then let us divorce our selves from tho prevailing "get rich quick" fevor and.get back to tho good ways of our forefathers. Put your money into something at home, where it will. HELP YOUR HOMF. TOWN and enhance tho other interests you may have. Why - not build a' home? There's, no satisfaction like that borno cf the knowledge you own a home. Start it today and tomorrow you'll awaken independence with a feoling-o- f like That of 1T70. Of course you'll need lumber, but we can quickly help you out. as our stock is com-- j plete and most orders can bo filled the day we get thomi I S&A m& to tfjt pomtment of J Douas, Simmons & &r tfii I lotalttp : : &ttgle lamp ...'-'- ds law si atbvr. 4 Jbtmmkm, h bmm-Doa- m'a mmi Opera nouse Building ADMISSION, 10 CENTS If job wt.MW sAykiJii Jmgfihe try SxtM, Lumber Co. at CHoe's: 441 I In' ii 4 . c . ii, - jmwKm3m?ssmwzmmwgBmi K . H J" K msaBmumwmmwmsamsmssBssm fc ... m i r B-g- - bsb- -s H. II ;. K. k K. K k fc L k WTten You Add something each year.Jkhat will maKe-you- r home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings ? at one time You will be surprised j though, how rapidly . your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every f la- - l k K m T KKrfc ,K L. l. .K .C .K .l. .L. .H. L. .H. .H. K kec "Sr'P' '' A - r to 'i' - R ; spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Please see Our ball Page Advertisement On Re Verse Side of This Sheet iN Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. It Tells of Our Big Cut BENNETT and HIGG S Price Clearance Sale of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and ioc UNDERTAKING IMskey or Beer HaMt Smoke j PURINE U the tUndird remedy and ii nrywhere recojuied ai the matt saeeestfal That good ice cream at Ricci's and rttUble borne treatment tor the "Drink Habit." It ia hichlj praised tbouaanda Burnam's Insurance Agency writes all et women, becante A bat restored their lored oees to Urea of sobriety and useiuloett, and kinds. 43tf Uw weekly irafec which at one time were apent for "Drink" are now uaed to pnrehaie-tbAll kinds of building material, quick neceasariea and many comforti for home. Aaj wlfe-- or mother who wanta to aare her delivery. W. W. Broaddus & Co. 44tf hnaband jor son from "Drink will be elad to knew that she can purchase ORBIKE at For store, and if no benefit is obtained after a trial the. monejr will be refunded. Ask for a free, booklet telling- all aboat The Sentinel, the leading negro paper OBEUfE. j;. Cox y Furnishings for Men and Boys er PERRY'S DRUG STORE Dr. M. Dunn Specialist la Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT OWWam of the state, published here, has come out for Lieut. Governor Cox for the Re publication nomination for Governor. The Sentinel yields a remarkable influ--l once among the negro race In the state. Covington & Banks n First Killing The first killing in Estill county in Kiohmond, Ky I three years, took place when Owen I Tyree, aged forty years was killed by I tr. Cash for vrool,GoU Bros. Dillard Dunaway aged nineteen years. There were no eye witnesses and Dun- your wool. 4t. Wool Deatherage wants away claimed that the killing was done Sexton lias Roman Sandals. in self defense. Who caa fit you with that Crossett low sbeel Sexton can. Epidemic Bldg. m Dan Breck, fire, lightning, Mve slock insurance. Daa Breck, fire, lightning, ttve stock. r cyclone t( in and around Richmond for the past co-op- er An epidemic of measles has prevailed mmI cyclone three weeks, and in order to keep down tf any unnecessary alarm, the physicians and newspapers of the city have Ceme to Owen McKce, Richmond ated. There has been no deaths and all Ky. fe-- dry roods and notions. Others sick folks are now convalescing. tf de aad why not you. and but and take a I Lost. Commercial Club. Next Wednesday. Madison Institute will be opened friend and root for the home team. Poland China sow, weight about dtsrisg the summer months for a few The Commercial Club will meet at These will be the best games thissea-soGovernor Wilson has issued a proNotify 300 pounds, ring in left nostril. 4t teot boarders. Richmond is determined to take clamation calling on the people of the Holds its Regular Monthly the Court house Monday evening, June have been in the throes ot a are taking big brace with a fall out of the Bourbonites, while for the county has just been John M. Burton, Edenton. 12, at 8 oclock. Insurance Agency oldest state to observe Flag Day on Juno 14th, wonderful meeting at Meeting Last Thursday. There will bo speakers capable of completed and filed with Ho on the Paris can lose her hold on first the good work of the Goes South. ad best companies represented. Phon next Wednesday. officers calls keepers entertaining you and several matters of place if she drops two of the three to Mayors and county All Present and . Big Hill. the County Clerk. 77. twirlers of late. Mr. Embry Deatherage left Saturday importance will come up for consideratRichmond. Parks will twirl Wednesol public buildings to make "that day a for Oakdale, Tenn., to take a position, in The peoatiar rettgiew see, kaewn a ion. Every body is urged to be present. Wanted day to raise the flag all over the great day. There was a full membership of the Superintendent of County Schools, the office of Mason & Hanger Co., at the Holly Reliefs have bee balding With the assistance of Parks, tho te use thru the summer for iU Commonwealth. City council present last Thursday Hon. John Stoland, has just received that place. Mr. Deatherage is an ex- forth m great style at Big Hill far the He's a Good One. New Clerk. college boy, and other twirlers of the fe4. Iiulre at Oil mar office. evening at the regular monthly meeting The Lexington Herald says: Hon. Pioneer team rounding into shape, the Mr. William Blevins has accepted the from the trustees of sub districts of the cellent young man, honest, capable and past two weeks aad reports Jraat there Rousing, with Mayor Rice in the chair. For Rent J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, was in Richmond club can be depended on to position as Night Clerk at the Glyndon white and colored schools, the total industrious. No position is too good are te the effect that weadertnl conTwo or three very important subjects Senator JdcCreary met a rousing win a big majority of its games between hotel to succeed Mr. Buford Gormley, census of tho school cbildren of the for him. Success to you, we will guar victions have resulted. The Holy RollApply Gut Bate reception at Earlington, Hopkins county. were taken up and disposed or, tne the city Sunday, and took great pleasuro Three alee rooms. county, between the ages of six and antee that you will "make good." now" and the close of the league. The ers draw away from aay establish eo in Introducing his friend, Mr. E. J. 49 4t OveMry. last Saturday, at a meeting of the Con- principal of which was procuring oil McDermott, of Louisville, candidate for three straight games at Frankfort de? whose resignation took effect last Mon- twenty. The number shows a gain of church and have their ews ministers. day. Mr. Gormley has not yet decided four from the list Franks Spoke. federate veterans, to whom he spoke. for the streets o f the last year of white For Rent They meet at seven m the eveaiog and Lieutenant Governor, to many of his lighted thev fans and renewed hope ust what he will do. The Senator was given a special invita once and the collecting of funds to help children and a falling off of twenty-tw- o Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, continue prayiag asd siagiag aalil midStore room newly shelved papered tion to be present and address his old defray this expense. The committeo friends here. This- - of itself is proof sprung up. from the colored lists. Fire Alarm. Creager and Black are both pitching candidate for the Republican nomina night. A peculiar thing abeat their that Mr. McDermott is a mighty good Berry, mi nalated. .Apply to Everett comrades. Saturday evening he spoke appointed to handle this matter reportThe following is by Educational diviH(tWe Irvine St. tf In Madisonville and Monday he spoko at ed that many residents on Lancaster man for the position to which he aspires. great ball now and Wills is at last in his A small blaze in the roof of ihe dwell sions beginning at No. 1 which com- tion for Governor, spoke to a very large religion is that at a eertam time during number of citizers last Monday after the worship, the Lord is wapeacd to old time form. Barring his accident ing on Main street occupied by Mrs. M. Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond Ave., West Main and-othstreets of Sprfeg lamb Is here. Choice cuts at Morganfield. sometime ago, the club has been very M. Miller, called the fire department prises the Union section. In this there noon at the court house in defense of visit them and violontly strike their ' 43tf tho city were anxious to contribute to your Cotton's. lucky In not having Its players injured out about 3:30 Sunday afternoon but it are 804 white and 2G2 colored children. his candidacy. He wa introduced by ipeecb. Darieg this ahett ported ouiy Order one of those juicy steaks from ting fund. The oil has been purchased No. 2, Brassfield, Kingston and Thompson Burnam and for an hour guttural sounds eaa be enisled. in any way. Haley has. had a bad was extingusbed by a volunteer brigade. Culton. Phone 125. Burton Trial. For Rent and it Is hoped the work can be begun finger, but that has about healed. He The bouse is owned by Dr. Holtea and Speedwell sections. 807 white and 184 made an excellent talk in support of his There were many eeaeerta at this last no later colored. than the latter part The examining atrial of Abo Burton is as game a little catcher as ever wore the damages will amount to nothing. New Cottage on West Main Street. race. Mr. Franks is a clean man and meeting and the tameatatieBs of those Best Ever. No 3, Red Lick and Berea 1,150 white has many friends among his party in In the throea ef eosversies, it is said of this week. Mayor Rico is- - pushing for the killing of John Hill, was held Fossoeslefl July lS.Apply to Mrs. Carrie Undoubtedly the best dog show ever things scas to avoid any unnecessary last Thursday before Judge Shackel- the mask and is one of the mainstays of and 153 colored. Of this number there Madison. He is a good speaker and could be heard far at least a mite. r Ohtf the Pioneer team. Lost Another. seen in this city appeared at the opera delay. ford. County Attorney Jackson claimare 500 white and 77 in Berea alone. K. M. Laokev. Richmond, Ky. doubtless made many rotes while here. Revs. Lamb and Alexander, wbe easae The Directors were especially gratifi- house last Wednesday and Thursday Mr. Henry James has lost two very 50-t- f Another subject of much importance ed that important witnesses, who were od at the bis attendanco las'! week and No. 4, Wallaceton, Paint Lick and from Garrard ceaaty, have heea deing firio young fox dogs of late, which he evening. It was a clean exhibition and was the condition of several sewerage absent, would give testimony for the High Point sections with Whites Station Old Timer. the preaohing. For Rent the one dozen canines 'certainly did runs, scattered in diffrent parts of the commonwealth, and offered an affidavit it is the opinion of all that the crowds valued at a big price. Several weeks 910 white and 415 colored. will be heavier during the present series An abandoned house ea the farm of "Uncle Josh" Shaw, one of the oldest Dwelling bouse of seven rooms on Wood everything but talk. The dog that city, and this matter will be looked to this effect, but Judge Shackelford with Paris on the home grounds than ago one of them was kicked by a horse No. 5, Poosey and Jolly Ridge 1,031 cattle stoppers in the state, was in Clint Carrier has bee used by the memand instantly killed. Last week the white and 72 colored. a back somersault, the boxing into at once. Now that the hot weather refused to delay the trial. Hon. Tevis land Ave. House is new, will be com- turned over before, because 1'aris has never Richmond court day. Mr. Shaw has bers to earry on their meeting. Deputr nlaiul Junn 1st. AddIv to Mrs. Eliza pair and the serpentine dance were is here, the health or the city is para- Cobb and Judge Rico are attorneys for played here this season and besides the other took distemper and died. They No. 0, Valley View, Red nouso and been residing in A oodford county on Sheriff Jehnson, of Berea, who was were from Col Jack Chinn's celebrated Foxtown Ridge 95S white seen hero before. It mount and an epidemic of typhoid is a Burton. After several witnesses were t f curiosities never lackey Bowcn Lackey. and 3Ct color- Glenn's Creek, near the Old Crow, looking for Ed Hazelweed last week on Bourbonites are leading the league and sent show. was really a twenty-fiv- e difficult thing to stay, once.it gets a examined the defendant was held to to defeat them means a great deal for strain. ed. This shows a total- - of 5,750; a gain Labrot & Graham, and Stege distilleries a warrant oharging desertiea frem his Notice. start and nothing contributes more the circuit court on his own recogni- tho Pioneers. All ihe twirlers declare of four over last year ot the white for years and has had charge ot family, discovered him at the meeting To Lexington. Tenth and FJeventh, this than bad zance. is install- toward bringing about J. S. Parker, of Lexington, children, 2,930 are male and 2,820 are that they will throw their arms off to thousands of cattle that have been and just in tbe act ef jotaiag hi. When The Pioneers will play Lexington iup a verv beautiful tile bath room for f the colored children there slopped there. He is an expert in all he saw the officer, he made eae leap out The Tenth and Eleventh districts, sewerage. "An ounce of prevention is take the Paris lad's scalp. Black is Sunday and the L. & N. will run its female. the have a representative, each In the worth a pound of cure". Is the old adage Mr. Elmer Deatherage. Any one in are 773 male and 677 femalo. particularly anxious to beat this team, For You. branches of the distillery business from of a window, but Jehasea hurriedly special excursion to accommodate the market for this kind of work can get democratic primary and there is sure which will prevail with the Mayor and It is noticeable that in the past ten ho. "wasn't good enough" for them Haselwood ts large crowds thai generally take ad- years the number of colored children the cooperage shop to the slopping rounded the house aad When you know any marriages, estimates by calling up Mr. Deatherage. going to be some "Hoss race." Hon. Council In the handling of this matter. ut the beginning of the season, and now vantage of the service and go over. The pens and Is a familiar figure in that jumped into his arms. His wHd oom- births, deaths, accidents, sale of An ordinance prohibiting the running has been on a steady decline. O. H. Pollard, of Jackson, is running thoy would trade thoir best pitcher for motions came very near eaasleg a section of the bluegrass. land, crop or stock, Church news or the Erlanger boy. His game at Paris Pioneers are playing great ball now and Gott'Bros. will wool you and pay you against Hon. James Garnott. of Colum of traction engines, hauling heavy In lOOOthere were 1,824, in 190G there stampede at the meeting, as it was dur any form Lexington has never shown tf. forli. were 1,609. Last year there were 1,472 They Toured. bia. They are the only men in their freight thru the streets of the city was lodge news, please telephone or write Sunday should have been won easily, ing one of these spells when the control over our boys. The special will leave and this yeai it dropped to 1,450. The are offering for a place on passed. Recently these machines have the Climax, so we can let people in districts that but for a badbreakrin the eighth inning- - Richmond at 10 a. m. Returning, leave Lohrisch entertained a number of the voice is lost, that the offleer Emit Instructors Meet other parts of the county know about wrought great damage to the crosslngt-ancause assigned for this is that the the Democratic ticket at the primary on He twirled in great form and the hard of nls friends last Sunday with an auto made his appearance. The- - worshipers Lexington at 1 p. m. There will be a throughfares of the city. There is it, We want clean-neof every .Madison county was honored at July 1st and the result Is being anxious hitting Bourbonites just couldn't conect pecial rate of $1.00 for the round trip. negroes are gradually moving away tour of the Bluegrass, taking in Lan were astounded at the actions of Hazel-woo- d Frankfort last Wednesday at a meeting ly looked for. It is about a stand off in already an ordiance regulating the kind from everywhere. from the country to the cities and also caster, Danville, Harrodsburg, Shaker- at no stago of the game. It was the and at first believed, he was- - bepassing thru of traction engines and drtheInstltute Instructors of the state. this county. to the larger cities In other states, most town, Lexington and Paris. The party ing chased by some evil spirits, but hardest luck the. Pioneers have ex The Earl Won. , threshing machines. The meetine was held In the officer of ly northern. perienced this season. The locals werb left Richmond at nine o'clock and had when the offlcor nabbed him, qulegwaa Never Tires. Earl ot Richmond, the fast race An ordinance was passed prohibiting State Superintendent of Instruction, In the city of Richmond the census the Paris In Session. 3 to 2 in the eighth inning-anhorse, formerly owned and named in shows 917 white and 014 colored chil dinner at Shakertown, ann Ben Daug restored and tho services continued, at the ball park tho scaling of the fence Regenstein, and the organization resul Miss Laura Clay, who never tires in fans had' decided it was all over with herty and Mayor Rice, who had never city, The City Board of Equalization is in peeping thru the cracks orJnany way in shares stock. Paint her work for Equal Suffrage, has made, tlieic champions, when two unlucky honor of Mr. Earl Curtis, of thisLouis- - dren. Ten years &go there were 660 visited this historic spot, were loud in FOR SALE-Flv- e ted In the following temporary officers session, having begun its deliberations truding on the grounds of Base Ball another telling speech, this time before won the gentlemen's cup race at Lick Bank. This bank makes seraethteg President, T. J. Coates, of Richmond; whites and GS0 colored, showing a devictory to breaks gave the unearned their praises of its picturesque scenery like twenty per cent net. I will take Mr. R. J. McKee Association. The club has experienced morning. villn last Baturdav with Mr. Waller crease Sixteenth Annual Council of the Diocese Paris. Secretary, B. C. Lewis, of Berea. A Tuesday inthe colored list of 72 for that resigned from the Board and his place a great deal of trouble of late from, Pearce in tho saddle. The horse is the period". This is remarkable when it is and quaint old buildings. The party $1S0 per share, whioh is just about book aemlnatlng committee was named in of Lexington, which was in session At Frankfort, Wills, Creager and property of William Woodford, Lexing witnessed the foot ball game at Paris E.Ti. Byboe. The notlonly small boys but many older of E. C. McDougle, of is being filled by Mr. there last week and. appealed to the known that the colored population are Sunday afternoon and drove home via value. other members are William Langford ones, who make the daily life of the Council to place the male and female Black pitched well and easily defeated ton, and has run many nam races. W. El Sullivan, Rinhmond. Geonre W. Chapman, Paris very much antagonistic to race suicide. Lexington after supper. and Edward McCann. It will take from guard at the park a laborious one. A communicants on an equal footing for the fast going Law Makers. It was the Pearce is the noted sporting news writer 5If5t. DeLand, Flo, and J. V. Ireland, Stanford. of the late W.y n. seven to ten days to go .over the lists fine of from one to five dollars is the eligibility of the Council. She said most satisfying defeat of the season to and is a grand-so- n r" Matt Hera Good5hows. tie "Richmond team, as thoy have,never carefully and see that each property penalty. Wonderful Offer. that the church of God should not be made such a clean sweep away from Haldeman. The vaudeville bills at the opera Mat Cohen, the veteran horseman, Mr. J. T. The Richmond Lodge of Elks wHI owner is listed properly, William Jennings Bryan's great paper, Berry completed the assessment book The residentsof Woodland Ave., filed lagging behind In denying women their home and it gave them a world of Close Friday. house have been unusually goodthe was in the city Monday shaking hands hold its regular meetings during; the The Commoner, will be sent to any ad from the lists of City Assessor Wilcox. a complaint with Jlhe council concern rights .as new conditions are rapidly do renewed determination to finish in the The Model school will come to'a. close past two. weeks and good crowds have with his numerous friends. He will summer months, every other Friday; ing the sidewalks, which they veloping in which women must take an first division if nut annex theilag.Haines dress, in club with the Climax, for two next Friday after a most successful been ia attendance. The Installing of have a string of ten horses this year for instead of weekly. This runs from June claim were put down by new residents equal part with men in the world's the first sacker, who has been with A Bad One. yeerrfur only 2.00. Dont let this oner Several members'ara year. There will be no 'closing exer- several large electric fans has met with tbe shows, including Edna Mae, Ken- to 'September. five feet out of line. affaiis. Miss Clay's speech was one of Xexington all season, has been purchas escape your attention as It may never tucky's choice, and others. His first preparing for the Grand Lodge, wfafoh at and which are - ST"Hub" Dawson, the cises, just a slraplo farewell by the the hearty opproval of the patrons. matter was referred to the the most stirring appeals ever made lorr presidential Tho Richmond and is playing good appear again. This is a show will be In Springfield, Ohio, the convenes this year la Atlantic CUi in ' present member ol tne ainneapons students" to the class rooms and the equal rights of women". A motioti was ball. An Error. proper committee. year and everyone in favor of reform middle of June. Mr. Cohen says the July. Over 200;000 Elks are expeeted. teachers, that's all. The boys are going hasa ball team, was so incensed at a made' to submit the question to a Com', Every member of the Pioneer team A motion to widen Smitli-Ballar- d By an error the names of Mrs. Will creat show mare, Edna May, was never and a government for the people will negro rooter at SLPaul last Wednesday. thru the final examinations this week next sterns to have struck his gait, and and are- endeavorinz to eet the best of Boggs and William Curtis Burnam were looking better, and although she will want to read Mr. Bryan's matchless while his team was playing a game in street from Main " to a point about two mission of five to report at the TOO mUCH LOVE meeting of tho Council. south, vas defeated, besides hitting the ball mightily, they marks. The many friends of Prof. Mc omitted from the program of Mrs. W. not be called on this year to take the editorials. Old subscribers will be taken thet city, that he climed into tho grand hundred yard Too much love for fan. frolic asd In this offer. Remember the Com stand and swung a bat at the rooter s because the treasury was short of funds Wear M & K low shoes, they are are all fioldlng In great form. A little Bryde will regret exceedingly to know G. White's Musical program as given ia great list of premiums she did last, yet rich food causes stomach, liver, kidacnioro "inside ball" is whats needed, taoner for two years, now until May head. Other members of his team and condemnation proceedings would best, Sexton has them. that he will not return next year. He The Cllmar last week. Mrs. Boggs' she will be shown in many rings. Mr ney and nervous troubles. Other cording to the opinion of the expert will so to Yale in the fall and take a Russian and William Cohen is very anxious for Henry Bos remedies hel? yon bat DESK'S Intermezzo 1918, and the Climax for one ..year for joined In and a general fight between draw heavily on the city exchequer at Heavy Storm. the fans. Double steals and squoeze plays special course. Prof. McBryde. is an Burnam's Flower Song added to the worth and Joe C Vaameter to be elect SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY nmj,; only $2 00. Thjs is positively spectators and ball players resulted. this time. ed on the Democratic ticket and was you. Our discoverer, tea year,a-miserab- le createst offer we have been able to give The Versailles boy is b. surenough A cloudburst which it is estimated are sadly lacking with the Pioneers, excellent instructor and his students entertainment. On behalf of several residents of Fifth saifercr wrth the sMmmT people of Madison county this incidentally talking the good points of troubles, and RHEUMATISM thn s damage visited and thats what wlna games. And too. will feel his loss more keenly than all did more than $10,000 ec scrapper and loves to fight as Is woll street, Attorney Jones asiteu inav Very Near. ignoro the bunt, when tf known bv all local fans, who have seen reconstruction of that street be made T.inroln eountv last "Wednesday, when the boys seojns to these candidates to his Madison county year. ears, was cerea in one wees. others, for he is very popular with them and one- - thi class of. nlavlne Is responsible for The bids for the eoaetruction of. the friends. Mr. Yanmeter is running for prove our reecV whSe they h him In many a scrap wlth the umpire, and that the residents were willing to a section about five- miles long the" uaty aw They're 5ore. Important Meeting. lock and dam atHeidelburg, Lee county, State Treasurer and Bosworth wants to regular sac city in the work. half mile wide was swept clean by hail die success of tho best teams of contribute to aid the and outsiders as well. STOCKTON' SON, Dragieta Both ara from There was a very important meeting were opened ai Cincinnati last week and be Secretary of State. Tho territory affected is liiague. A good bunting team is liable Tho matter was. passed and will be and rain. A speolal from Maysville jays: The Bring your wool to me at the Madison 31 may 3mo about sir .miles from Stanford, and Ihe ai any minute to put a pitcher in the of the Directors of the Bluegrass league The Masoa & Hanger Co., of this city Fayette county. decided on at the next meeting. board of "directors of the Maysville baserally that will held In Lexlngtoa last Friday warning, came very nea securing the contract. Tobacco Warehouse. A.riinnrnpmnBtinB'wmbe toinor - .1 heaviest losers were . Adam Carpenter, ntr and cause a battinir ball club held a stormy session here this a aa imii o tf Elmer Deatherage. by President Eljjht firms offered bids and break up any game at a critical time. which was attended morning at which the secretary-treasurrow to take up and pass on some very I w. jj. nansou. xm. tw "t" leading the league Herriwrtoaof thePteaeers and Messrs. was TheGahreas, Dodge & Mattby Co.. GaddM. A bridge on ne jaoreiana pise Vhnchester should be reslgned-aaHouston Hall was olectea important business. Pushing Matters. advantago Stockton and Bextos. Several import of New York, wbleh was 1511,912, The was swept away, and the rain came jiist because each man takes secretary, with Thomas M. Russell ana Vr. fleoree Robb. of this emi one of ElmerDeatherage wants your wool. down in such gusts that thousands of af' the mistakes . .or tne opponentsInn ino. ant matters were dheuaeed. The pro Mason and Haacer bid was $861,385; office beine divided. The tmLsurer. the .f i So 4t Ui. UiOU .cam 10 .it . Ott&luiK $40000,000 Robb estate Highest market prices. n"ut"6 tested frame at Pari by the Pkweera It k claimed by the englaeers that the and other dollars worth of garden truck meeting was called to ascertain why the heirs to the in in in the score beiar thrown oat lock ata deal at tkls point wilt cost Bet without a !nv eames for them, Maysville, also, the club was pkytog such poor bail. in PeaBsylvania, attended. meeting One for" Winchester. . vegetation was washed away --devasjaled Masaa exaalleat bunch of-- r'ayeWj 03 resulted gamwill he played oa a dale leas tfaaattt&MO asd mmr he m,m, the Phoenix asd the cbaace of salvage, In the In coasequence Manager Ed Mackey left Lexington last week at other e- - The aeaipletiea of thta keek will five a. The Capital f Clark, just over the region there are huadreds ot yards of tlU bases, and they are quick to sea an to be aanoaaeed later. this afternoon on a scouting expedition hotel to hear a report irom a commiuee stag of waie- - aX the year saems they are playing teetcdaanea by MayeyiUe aa I which property ana river, has dectftod to have a big loose feacinf Missing, traea are laid ion t. niarbatit investxraled tne thrnntrh rvntrai t.... -d i. aiead from Carrolitea, ai V leal tobaccowareh ouse and plans will gardens are washed away and great the wwat kiad of luck. The last six were withdraw, I has just returned. The opinion Ohio. The jRaaapemefit asd MaysvMle f or the structure. laa.ifcaf have lost. has been by one er deak were heirs have be made at oi feet ha eae went of Um Kstiekr to BaattjrWe, wbfefc stone, weighing wore than a huadwd fans are deflft&sdiBg a winning ball Maw exoreatod tb&t the will be bailt parMk, are apoHed ja the fields, har- The scot, aad then after good playiaf thru. PasUMt Uwenr seems te be tbe iaaitfaa three lace et tike KeaAuefero the property, and legal Up Bolt ia the olub's shewing is a good elaln to Critlekn MM mer. xae nisiawn iroea vanmwaji tba htairae. who started with tfca real ma at behead-e- f Wtbote. takes iaiatoaiatily ly nxt to the Mfeyer and w8l stone will 1 laa lmn waahad down from the Mtur. havlartoMtec effeet" !M B mUea. ia afe aatty vttk aas akaed with Jlaysvme,- all the Direetos wffl teaiifjr. Wr 4ea tb lagal rirht to U praaarty faC Tlwi vid b a Itat Cat atom waa tit wont, ever i:o?a ia It wttl fee routtti that Jfefsvilfe te all of jam, raraa m ia fcarefalrata!a jeea tiaapiy at Fraakf, baa Bwaaf far ot tfe,oaaWry, arat JaaattJ. H. Hai-alrfM.-iet will ate Whalfefbrliw I K. tfteak iate -t-ed in the anwuart act fcaa tm Maaad waicto Ktafaaad aacfcM ooaacu wr MM hafaaa- aiinae,ii ilrlaa extra uasa at-- eaatjtfiM itamt b l 1 VBBDJMaTBBB MIV. aft attar watt rtiuHajef4eQait iininaiMrMrt Jill ttut hi TTMnH mr a , 000 asd ao, iA-. . to mk tha will 6a tea, Tttara.; .(a looit aftas TAaaa. tC iatpertaBoe, toBaattrviDe tat tbe shw .... o- umm vcMH--. 1 II urtsu fiMH.toree " out n aad fere witMa Mei hjr wi be M-iSmWt, if b has BMt vrUk. aarioas riaiatrtftliaaaan. Qal. C. K. City Council. PIONEERS a School Census Holly Rollers n. Hut-Barn- 's t t tf He tf city at er tf - e-- d ws Ski -- -- - tnup T the-low- est er - N$w Stock New -- Everything New Te Whs-cheat- -t ga-rns- u 6, mwmAom pt WALL PAPER 5 cents per and ,0 ....":;V-.; . aei uw, -- - e ln to mr mrmrrwi I twMl a can-yi- nf oat his puv mmm, B w Irlllr IB thIfts - mm oik 1 m mam W i FOR MEN AND BOYS Old Father Time left 'Spring out of his calendar this year; winter lingered till hot scorching summer arrived; and in consequence of these unusual weather conditions, we are loaded with a large surplus stock, which Must Now Be Sold, no matter how great the sacrifice In order to sell surely and quickly, we will begin on une the 9th, a ten clay's sale of great magnitude. The stock is the largest we have ever offered, and the saving so striking that no man who cares for the value of his dollars can afford to miss this opportunity Terms Cash To All . : Look over your clothing needs and come while the stock is at ir's best. m8BiftVEHHNUu wmBHiv &siiffHMiBk.r!' KE,f 1 Messww zvo m WMmt&,lz&&, MEittmiarefaiira3ig'ag -- u f! Friday, J Our Kenton Suits need ho introduction. better than Kenton fitted Fine Suits $10.00 for No clothing fits better, wears longer or keeps its shape In this clearance offering you'll find practically an unbroken stock of this spring's newest styles in colors and weights suitable for any season, and sizes so finely graded that every man can be perfectly at these reductions: Original prices marked in Plain Figures on each suit, and you can see- - $25.00 for $18.75; $18.00 for $14.75: 20.00 22.50 $ 6.50 SS for $9.75; 7.00 for $11.75 J for your- BT.T5 self just what you save Boys' Suits style that make the boys proud to wear them. these reductions they cost very little 0.00 for 7.75; 8.50 for 6.75; 750 for 5.75; 6.50 for 4.75; 4.00 for $2.75 1 . 100 At Most boys take pride in saying their suijs come from Covington & Banks. Our suits have quality and Pairs Boys' Pants 10 Cents a Pair 1 Fine Trousers Splendid stock in all desirable colors and styles. Here are some of the reductions: Special Pants Reduced from $3, 34 and $5 . $1 Wash knee pants, straight bottoms, sizes 3 's to 8's, in a variety of colors and patterns, original prices 25 to 50 cents, choice now for 0 cents We offer no factory or mill seconds,nor any kind of merchandise made up for special sales. We sell only our regular bought for the best trade in Madison and adjacent $8.00 now 5.95; 6.50 now 4.95; 3.50 now 2.95; 2.00 now 1 .45, Etc broken sizes, out of style but great quality, sizes 30 to 34 waists worth $3 to $5 choice .while they last Big lot of for$l and better stock can not be found in this "neck of of the woods" Hanan, Walk-Ovand Beacon for men, and Thayers forioys, stand for the highest quality. A saving to you on every pair in this big sale er A bigger Shoes There is naturally a vast difference between Cut Price Sales in a One Price Store stock, .Splendid new, clean stock of shirts in wide variety Shirts V. D., and scores that have no settled price of patterns and styles, all reduced .Our hat stock looks like a great city store, .both in magnitude and variety. All the new spring and summer styles in fine fur hats at these prices stetson's 10 per cent discount; other brands: $5 for 3.95; 3.50 for 2.75; 2.50 for 1.95, 1.50 for M5;$l for 79c Straws and Panamas also reduced Hats fresh clean stock, most extraordinary value at cents each Extra Value in Boys5 Union Suits at 19c 1 Neckwear 9 Fine Spring and Summer Ties in the latest fashions . 50c for 39c; 25c for 9c 1 Underwear Nansook, Balbriggan, French LisIe,iPoros Knit, B. all cut, excepting one brand Scrivens Drawers of Union Suits Coats and Vests at $2. Broket lots, sizes up to 38, out of style, butmigi '' cheap at the price for choice $2.50 You 11 hnd our system ot One Price marked in plain figures a great advantages in a big special sale. i V 1 ot reductions as advertised, and makes buying- safe and easy. tor best selections. Cash To One And All - 'Remeinbeivtlie Date, Friday 9 June It removes all doubt as to the genuine 9tlu and come as earlypos&Ble 7 4. V COVINGTON & BANK! 1 ' 41 RICHMOND. ICraTMCKY