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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 14, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911061401_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 14, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. 191 1 NUMBER 5& A Brand New Constitution L. R. BLANTON Wholesale and Retail Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock - For Kentucky, is the Opinion of Prominent Member of the Tax Reform Committee. Vital Question For Kentuekians. That a prcssinjr need in Kentucky at ent constitution of Kentucky is an act constitution is expressed by Peyton N. Clarke, member of the Tax Reform Committee. He asserts that Kentucky's progress during the last decade has been hampered and retarded by an instrument, that effete and time-wor- n should be supplanted. Incidentally, he sees the possibility, in tho proposed of opening tho way to needed tax reforms, probably the most vital question being considered by Kentuekians. Mr. Clarke has been pledged from many sections of the State in furthering bis proposal for a new constitution. It is pointed out that ample time remains lo the people of the commonwealth, before tho meeting of the nest General Assombly, to urge upon their representatives in the Legislature the importance of a new constitution. In his proposal for a new constitution Mr. Clarke says; "Wo have a grand old State and point with pride to the achievements of our citizens in other States. We cannot hldo our shortcomings from outsiders, nor should we affect to delude ourselves. "The indifferent showing by the State of Kentucky in the recent census has been attributed to faults in our laws, which, it is maintained, are too stringent in some respects, too re--! strictive in others and on the whole illiberal and repcllant. "While the constitution of most of the States leavo the enactment of general laws to the Legislature the pres- brand-ne- And All Kinds of Plaster Materials Old Dominion Portland Cement Cor. Main and B. Streets approved by tfiem tho General Assombly pr 191G will havo the powor to call a institutional Convention to meet' tho following year, and it will be 1918 before tho statutory ennctment could go into effect. "Why havo 000,000 Kentuekians sought homes in other Statesl Why do our farms produce less than the farming lands of other States? Why havd such evidence of woalth as slock:? and bonds and mortgages and notes) practically disappeared from our tax returns? Why is our Stato so far be hind in education? Why aro so many of our counties without railroads or any other Improved roadway? Why d do Our cities languish aud of our counties show a falling off in one-thir- 1,500 pounds. Mr. Elmer Dcalherage. claims that the quality of Bluegrass this season is not so good as last, but the yield is a little more. Ho has purchased a big lot of tho seed at 70 cents. THE STEARNS & JohnRymal is constructing a large combination barn for Mr. Samuel Royce on his farm near Boonesboro. Thero will not bo many lambs leave Madison county during Juno,' for tho reason that they are not yew ready for the market. A few has been shipped the past ten days, purchased, "from 5 to 5 William Waiters shipped one load last weok to Cincinnati, double decked. 2. MATTRESS (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU i FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHArtlHSIDETHE' WHiSIDWmotJ present is a the Tjolief TE LEPHONE 85 n, N. V. WH I The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man' TE 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 N. V. WHITE Main In the cure of consumption, concentrated.easilydlgested nourishment is necessary. For 3S years above tho powers bf ordinary legjsla tion, and many of its provisions Loing prescriptive therein lies tho chief obstacle to our growth and prosperity. "Kentucky has had four successive constitutions since its erection into an independent State in 1792. "Unfortunately for Kentucky, the last constitution was framed about tho time the great wave of Populism swept over the land, in the early nineties, and left its impression on the work of tho convention, and the striking conflict then being waged between capital and labor, wealth and industry, and city and country, had much to do with the radical and revolutionary princiIn the document ples incorporated adopted under these blighting influences. "As an example of the effects it is sufficient to nolo particularly .the change in the law relating to revenue and taxation. "In all the former constitutions this important subject was left entirely to the Legislature, for the good and sufficient reason that it was thought highly improper for a people to tie their hands by an act above tho powers of ordinary legislation, to change, even if the conditions required it; but the framors of tho present constitution arbitrarily pursued a different policy and incorporated in it practically a new and system of revenue and taxation, thereby taking tho power from the Legislature and fixing an immutable law, regardless of its consequence and in spite cf tho experience of olhor States. "Two ways aro open to secure a change in our present laws, the first tho by amending the constitution, second by a complete revision. Both methods are cumbersome and tedious. un-tir- "The answor is not far to seek. It is biicauso our constitution is defec tive and insufficient. It is because our resources are undeveloped. It is because thero is- - inadequate employment for our young men and women, who drift away and drain the Stato of its best resource, Us brains and brawn. 'Happily for us that when we find our constitution defectivo and insufficient to sccuro the happiness of our people wo can assemble with all the coolness of philosophers and set them to rights,' wrote Thomas Jefferson a century ago, and the words aro not only encouraging to us today, but the suggestion is worth tho most. serious consideration of all who "have the welfare of Kentucky at heart and who would liko to see tho grand- old commonwealth classed among tho best of the States and behind nono in educa tion, wealth and ha pplness." ' nru tub AirStA ilt, ,Z1' J.UJSfi&i and REAmmswmrjm we TO INSURE MATTRESS YOU GET R THAT IS HEALTHFUL EST; t 3 The following average price for stock in this state at present according to the Commissioner of Agriculture is; "The averago price for horses throughout the State is $129.40, or in the First district 8142.70; Second, $128; Third, $122; Fourth, $132.25; Fifth, $121. "The average price paid for mules throughout tho State is $150.97, or in the First district, $153.35; Second, $149; Third, $139; Fourth, $158.50; Fifth, 8150. Qvmrnmmimmmi OJi "The price paid for beof cattle in the State is an average for the State of 4.22 cents per pound. "The price paid for hogs per pound In the Stato Is an average of 5.75 cents per pound. "The averago price paid for sheep per pound, throughout the State is 4.08 cents per pound. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the 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. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, slanding nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juit the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxation. one-six- th Mr. Merchant rarm News & 1 July 1st will soon bo here. You will want to collect your outstanding Have you got the necaccounts. essary stationery, letter heads, bill heads, envelopes oto? Look up your stock and send us your orders. Climax Printing Co. Items ol Interest to The Farmer, the Grower and tee Stockman. Made in the be& qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA 'CHARGE. Richard Gerlach, a ginseng farmer, residing near Danville, Ky., sold his crop to a New York firm at a fraction any It is worse than useless over EC per pound. Some of tho single medicines internally for to take or muscular roots- brought 82 each. He sold a patch, chronic rheumatism. All that is need 25 feet square for $212. ed is a free application of Chamberlian's Liniment, sale by Stockton cc son. - Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.5(T Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 The heavy rains of last Wednesday and Thursday brought a fairly good tobacco season and tho growers took advantage of the situation and set out many hundred acres In Madison county. By close observation experts say that there will bo but 'very little- - difference in tho acreage this year from last. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, and live stock insurance.-R4-11-- cyclone tf Scott's Emulsion has been the standard,, world-wid- e treatment for consumption. AUDrurguu Sfreet, below first RICHMOND "If a bill should be introduced in the next General Assembly, which meets in 1912, and it should be favor ably received, it will have to lie over until the following session in 1914, and it concurred in at that time tho question will then have to go befcro and bo voted on by tho people, and if county, Eads and Sons, of Lincoln havo bought within the last thrto weoks, about 00,000 pounds of wool in Lincoln. Boyle, Garrard, Casey and Rockcastle counties. S. H. Baugh For man of tho Stanford vicinity, effected the largest individual sale to Messrs Three nice rooms. Eads, his, wool clip amounting to about Grocery. D. J. .Now is tne timo or year to leed your cures fowls a good tonic. Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim berneck. When fed as a preventative it riot only keeps them healthy, but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay, Guaranteed by your druggists, Stockton & Son. Try it under tho guarantee. Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. 40-5- m When you buy a Steams & Fofter you get the befl Mattress, value, offered. Come in today, and askjo see these exceptional Mattresses. We II gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty ,3, 8Srfe7w.ao. 229 R. O. L. Rent Apply Cut Rate 40 4t -- We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each Hustling Cash Store I TVS E AS V MONEY Have You Bought That Spring Suit? ; We Sell 2 Kay Manton Patterns JOc Each Here Is Foot Comfort! 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. Rcmembef .wfe specialize $10 and $15 values in Men's and Young Mens Suits: -, 1 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 The ScM "Foot-Ewe- r" is a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives Ultra 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 fiat-fowith its painful consequences. Mike walkingcr standing absolutely comfort' able, keeps shoes in shape and sires the instep a graceful arch. " r-- The SclioU is made of two German Silver Springs, lcath J to all feet sad and can be easliy slipped into any noc Iter do not need taddnzor i ot "Foot-Easer- Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown St pajtirxsrbut&r ' ' ttvfa ooe plr to another. Jf you have any foot trouble whatsoever the SehoH Tees laser wffl give you. Instant relief , as well as wt and ecsaf ort. AH trim far raen and woratn. JE.00 per !r. We aaeadaarCFS for foot somfeK and the one or UieyrtpclpM umi Sefeotl rM f mmar ere K. tC CQGTef4fic it to jre. Let u ' money and. you want all it will buy iit wet e never so well prepared to give you values as now Respectfully wanf-you-r 1 We xen0Bf: T 'w-fv: 0- .Conner First & Main in - sir? Richmond, Kentucl r ft.. fSpring Is Coming you were and it making up vour summer clothes. McKLE'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring it! t f 4 K i wr. vilwanl. of Lxineton, Is" Visit Union Servicer. Knows She Stoops to Cortt'juer. Ordinance. . ing her sistr,Jtrst George Simmons. On the evening, of Tuesday June the Tho Union services next Sunday will Hr. R, 0. Lackey, ot the firm of Old It Ordained by the Mayor and vl Mae PhelDS. who has been visiting in cur fine collecRichher aunt, rrs. John Gibson in Washing. be held at the Baptist -church, beginning 20th. The Model High School Drama hum & Lackey, the furniture dealers BoaSt of Council of the city of unlaw- every gem at 7;30. Dr, Scanlon- will occupy the tic Club will prcsenth GoWsmit immor- and undertakers, has Just returned mond, Kentucky, that It shall ba nome. of jewels is, and their rich tion ton, has returnee tal Comedy "She Stoops to Conquer. " from Cincinnati, where he has been for ful for any person in the city of Rich- color and brilliancy and uniJack Arnold, the bright little sou. ot pulpit. Mill Mill Miss Elizabeth Shackelford takes the sverarweeks taking a special course in mond, Kentucky, to operate on or ran que and exquisite setting Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold is dangerously Garden Hats For Sale. role of the witching, Kate Hardcastle undertaking and embalming at the dver any of the streets of the city a ill at the home of his parents on High su make them fit gifts for a The ladies of tha Baptist church Miss Miree Mcbougle that of the arch, Clark School of Embalming. traction engine, thrashing engine pr Mrs. J. D. Rollins, ot Louisville, is visiting herfather and mother, Mr. and have for sale some unique garden hats, Miss Constancy Neville. other engine or machine, which will Queen. We have everything Serious Charge. Mrs. Harrison Williams, on the Lexing- quaiut and unequaled in their excel Messrs. James Prk and Joseph Ar damago or injure tho city's streets, for that is new and novel in pins, ton pike. lence. See them and put In your order nold wiHrepni&ent Charles starlow and 3. H. Taylor, claiming Berea. as his the purpose of hauling freight or any is time rings, ear screws and drops Mr. and Mrs. Riker, Misa Haldon Har- j early. See Mrs. G. W. Evans or Mrs. George Hastingsl Mr. Eugene Roark will home, was arrested at Williamsburg purpose of transportation. And any din and mt. Leslie Riker. of Harrods- at prices that are remarkable 52-be an inimitable Mrs. Hardcastle. Mr. last Thursday charged with endeavor- - person violating the provisions of this burg, motored to Richmond uuesuay Mrs. E. W. Powell. Hardcastle and Sir. Charles Marlow ap ir.g to dispose of common school exami ordinance shall be fined $25.00 for each for their low figure and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. "Jimmy" Talks pear in every day life as Messrs Spears nation papers for the coming Juno ex- offense. Passed June 1st, 1911. Jefferson Smith for several hours. Following up his vociferous attack on Turley and Evan McCord. Supt. Davis, of Whitley amination. Approved Sam'l Rice, Mayor MissEdna Giunchicliani has return ed home for the holidays after her year the lawlessness in and around Nicho-lasvill- e Mr. Hart L. Perry wiil show up in good county, was suspicious and kept a lookAttest A. B. Faris, Clerk of study at the Cincinnati College of with his paper, llftrGatling Gun, tyle as tho famous Tony Lumpking out with the above result. One of tho were Music. The graduating exercises Ordinance. teachers to whom hp attempted to sell Miss Norma Editor "Jimmy" Sowers was summoned immortalized by Stuart Robson. held last Thursday. Harry Hangert James Lackey, Curtis give him away. TOO MUCH LOVE before Judge Benton's grand jury., there Giunchigliana attended. Be it Ordained by tho Mayor and City of Rich I). S. Harris, of Evelyn, Leo last weekend no doubt gave volumes of Park, Edwin Cobb; Cecil Simmons and Mr. Board of Council of the Too much love for fun. frolic and Murphy. Harris Noland, will take the minor county, who has been at the uioson - startling evidence. mond Ky., that it shall bo unlawful for rich food causes stomach, liver, kid navmg unuerIuHrmary tor two week's, characters. Mr. Arnold Hanger known The many friends hero of Capt. S. D. any person hvthe city of Richmond Ky., ney and nervous troubles, otner Back Home gone a serious operation nas suiuciumiv as the charming "Sally" of "A family Murphy, editor of the Oxford, (Ohio) to enter upon any enolosed premises In remedies help you but DENN'S nome, improved to permit oi cures Mcssers Frank Smith and. Jesso Dykes, affair" will appear as Stingo, tho land Herald will be grieved to learn of the the city whero any sports- - or amuse- SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY mt. Harris is one oi tne leaning uior you. Uur discoverer, ten years a lord, Diggory, tho Butler and the maid death of his wife, which occurred at ments are carried on for pay without miserable sufferer with the above ago to seek who left several weeks ness men of Lee county. in the west, returned Sunday of Miss Hardcastle. Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, on the 20th the consent of those owning and con- troubles, and RHEUMATISM, for Thenrettiest race in the Lexington ThoPlay will bo under the direction of May. Capt. Murphy formerly re- ducting the sports or amusements years, was cured in one weeic 10 Herald's trio to Atlanta City contest is and declare they will never again leave between me contestants oi uus uumu, old Kentucky. They wero near Torring. of Mr. D. 0. MacBryde. Patronesses sided hore, whero ho was cngagedjin therein, or to climb upon any such prove our remedy, while they last Flounc-regular size bottles only 25c at of Richmond, ton, Wyoming, and say that several Mad will be. Misses Gay Mansfield, superintending "tho erection fence or other enclosure, or to injure or. and Miss Nancy Sewell, of Jackson. ison county people STOCKTON & SON, Druggists Mrs. Henry L. Perry, Mrs Eugene Wal Government building. colors now residing there ing damage any such fence or enclosure They are running neck and neck. 31 may 3mo ker, Mrs. H. B. Hanger, Mrs. R. N. are very home sick for old Kentucky. without the consent of the owners to Messrs. Charles Curtis and Richard Jailed Here. Roark, Mrs. Bales Shakelford and Miss at thereof. And any one violating the Dunn, were the hosts last Saturday Read Them Van Greenleaf. delightful barn dance given in me Deputy U. S. Marshall, "Billy" Mays, provisions of this ordinance shall be. Muslin on You Cannot Bear uir now barn of Mr. Robert Dunns with collector Ben D. Herndon, of this fined not less than 31.00 and not mere In this issue of the CImax will be Advertised Letters. The Frankfort Urn Biir Hill road. city and G. J. Gentry, made a raid on than $5.00 for each offence. Passed Your Walls found the statements of several National orchestra nlaved and about a hundred Madison Circuit Court Lowest Louis, Cardell, Mr. Frank Cory, Miss moonshiners in Wolfe county last Our Best banks of the city. Uncle Sam undoubtOur June 1st, 1911 Invited gpests enjoycuine evening. to look dingy and dull while all the Plaintiffs Berea Bank & Trusl Co. Coffee, Mr. A. J.'Crutcher, Irve Thursday Lena morning and succeeded, in Approved Sam'l Rice, Mayor rest of the house is new and bright C. E. Woods has returned from an ex- - edly looks over these reports twice, as Vs. tnnrtivl trin to Florida and other por they represent financial institutions with Ducam, Mr. Herman Frazier, Mrs, destroying a large still belonging to, Defendants Attest A. B. Faris, Clork S. Waddle, &c with its spring renovating. Don't George Gibson,, Miss Baita Hates, Mr, nnd operated by Boone Stamper, and tions of the south in tho interest of the few equals throughout the country in try to put up with the old paper. Under and by virtue of a judgement spent a few iimn Nu Fratcrnitv. Ha towns ofsame size. This is the first lime Frank Harp, Mr. Bigo Isaacs, Mr. B. B. ilso arrested him. He was brought Doing Well. and order of sale rendered at the May You Can Rcpaper dnvs last week on nis return ai Jones, Becky Lowry, Miss Ethel Mar term of the Madison Circuit Court, the Orchard and came on to Richmond in f uor months that the Comptroller has rott, Mr. R. F. Powell, Mr A. G. Ross, here and lodged in jail aftor being ar Richmond's two laundries are running undersigned Master Commissioner of Your Walls raigned before the '.Commissioner at called Tor a statement of National Banks. Sunday. Miss Eddie Scale, Miss Nancye Sebree, Beattyvllle. Stamper has been eluding to full capacity these warm days in said Court will on with the prettiest and most stylish Thfl many friends of Mrs. A. T. Allis A Chance Dr. G. S. Taylor. tho officers for sometime and it was by order to accommodate the trado, Juno, Monday, July 3, 1911, will rcfoica to know that she has re papers at a very moderate cost if you July and August are husy times in the C. C. Wallace. P. M. the hardest kind of work Ibat they were covered sufficiently t be able to leave A chance to buy spring and summer select them from our sample?, 3 o'clock p. m.. sell to the highest At Dr. Battler's hospital, Cincinnati, where clothes at greatly reduced prices is still able to find his 'still and arrest him. It laundries and tho volume of business and best bidder in front of tho Court Come see them and we'lFjirove it, Oust'Em. she underwent an operation for cataract. was boing oporated within two miles of that comes into these institutions is House Door in Richmond, Ky., the Covington & Banks store, If you It was at nrst tnouzlll Slie wnuiu tuse on at daily increasing. of complaints filed Hazel Qreen. described property, or so much her eye sight, but she has recovered miss securing a bargain while this sale Theroare a number thereof as will produce the sum of $721.- tvonderiuliy. you are tp blame. Take ad daily against tho stray dogs of the city, is going on Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W 42, and the costs at this action. Gamble goes. Miss Rev Million entertained Thurs- - vantage of a merchants offers and aid or those that aie allowed to run at large, Broaddus & Co. 44tf Wall Paper and Paints You can make a person list their dogs in the most eniovable manner, with him while you are helping yourself. A certain tract of land College, dv Secretary Gamble, of Berea "enfind dav." The sruests were Mrs, for taxation but it is impossible to col 20S East Main White Hall. who has held this important position Partly in Rockcastle and Madison Phone 440 Mrs. L. R. Wanton has returned from i".ari Kirk's. Aiisses iieurieiiii Keeps Urging lect tho tax, if he refuses to pay. The Battle Greek Mi oh. Miss Mary Sullivan and daughter, for tho past ten. years, has resigned and counties, beginning at a corner to E. T. RICHMOND, KY f; utAiin I'linin? i.i7.7.if n jiL'iirs. - Editor Sieve K. Yang tat Urging Congress to givo women the- only way is to kill the dog, and the Kathlenp, Ijavp rpturncd frtijj Campbell will leave tha sohool this summer. He Fish and Mary Davis, also corner to Mrs Eliza Dal ton is in Jackson the Minni nnd Caroline Farley. Tommie T. Fish to Brack Pigg by Colo Covincton. Cecin If. and name right to vote at all public elections, a officers often refrain from taking this nagerman to spend the summer. guest of Mrs T. T. Cope. will be succeeded by Mr. G. Walter tract sold (Burt) house built E. by Brack mUSeQ DERT WEB1BUT IT near the and Elath Buchanan. Administrators Notic Morton. Mr, Gamble is a native of Piss: thence S 1 W 40 poles with Mrs. memorial by Mrs. James Bennet, of stop. There are too many in Richmond Mrs. Criokct Coyle is in Mt. Sterling Lee Million The Sunday School at McCord school Mr Arthur Juett and bride arrived Richmond, was filed Saturday by now. and thoy are a menaco to the Ohio. Davis' line to a maple and small hickory CLIMAX PRINTING CO tor a ten days visit to relatives. All persons having claims against the house had an ice cream and strawberry THE from iliAlr honevmoon Saturday even Representiye Helm. and a poplar stump on a smalt drain; estate It requested that public. A dog pound would bo an ex supper last Saturday evening. It was a Miss Lucile Crooke has returned from M. Rice, deceased will am at tlifl borne of Mr. and county (Incorporated.) thence 59.2 poles a visit to Mrs. Thomas J. Smith, in ing and Jnntt. The tnarriase ceremony such provision be made in the resolution cellent remedy, or appoint a dog catcher big success, both socially and financially, Notice to Contractors and thencp Sup Scaffold to the hill withroad; please 'of Ed. them to mo properly Mr R present thp Cano Fayette county. the authority to kill all canines was solemnized last Wednesday at the for the election of Senators by popular with present county roau to a stone on me verified as required by law on or beThere have been two Sunday Schools Pres. aad Mgr. Bujlders. A D Milter of the bride's uncle in Clarke vote, on which the Senate will vote nest not called for in a certain length of nr. Benjamin Dobrowsky left Sunday road, now a corner started of late, one at McCord school Notice is hereby given that the Madi west side of saidthence with Waddle's fore July 13. 1911 or same will be barred. See'y-Trea- s. morning for a visit to his brother at mnntr. in the nrcsence of a larce num. Monday.. W G. White time. to John Waddle; All persons knowing themselves in house and the other at the school house 'i friends and relatives. The bride hor nf Bedford, Ind. j son County Hoard ot Education will on lino S 80.24 poles, to a stone in. a hollqw; KtmWr ! formerly Miss Nancy Haggard. on Lexington pikp near Clay's Ferry Gojn Some. thence with the meanders at said noi-lo- debted to said Rico will please come Mr. Robert Terrell attended was Mr and Monday, June 19th, 1911, recejye sealed Stated Tirne PRESS ASSOCIATIOII KEKTDCKT a southwest corner 119 poles to a and settle at once and save further Mr. and Mrs. Erail Lohrisch left the commencement exercises of Berea Judge Benton can coyer a great deal and we hope to do a good work. bids for thp erectipn of two one room buckeye and black walnut on bank of At a meeting pf the Educational at noon for Mt, Jackson, Thnrsnav college last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Davijl Cobb entertained school buildings fpr colored school branch: thence a iu noies to. j. j. trouble. FBBUSMRS LEAGUE. DtSTRtCT DGHTH Tntinnnnlis where thev will snend Board for Madison counf.y Jast week, it of territory wh;cn jt comes tp rushing T. J. Taylor, Administrator of Mrs. Cliff Shropshire, of Lexington, ahnnt two weeks. things. Ho is at present engaged in the a nuinber of their relatives last, Sunday districts in Madison County, one to be Martin's line: thence dawn Martin's Mrs. Lohrisch Is 5l-- lt was over last week to attend the tea ntTnrinc with rheumatism and as th was dechied (hat al county schools - June term of the Jessamine at dinner. line to a poplar stump, corner to poplar Ed. M. Rice. regularYEAR given by Mrs. D. m. Chenault. PEE erected at Concord in Educational Divi- stump by 4. i. ugg to Hi. s. isn n iau $1.00 CFICE m, . IJ ui place are noted should- becinr this . ' ar on IJuly 10th j n waters of this famous Rev. Staffer came from Lexington sion Nq. 1, and. the other to be erected poles to two spotted oaks Price and Gum e there, has been several dif circuit court. Tuesday le liehl court IN ADVANCE Mrs. L. N. Miller, of Lancaster. for their remarkale cures, she will en tpavor to tret relief. They drove thru ferent times for beginning and it brings in Nicholasville, loft there at eight and last Sunday with Rev. Martin and at Shallpw Ford In. Educational Pivi-sio- n on dividing ridge and county line. S with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, N. Np. fi. Plans and specifications 45 E 20 poles. N 75 E 48 poles to in the r Cole 30 via- L,exingion ana confusion into thp term. Under this came to Wacq. Where he spent the occupied tlje pulpit at the njorning WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 - - - 1911 Wilson, on Lancaster Ave. night with his'parents. Camp to Rich service. We regret very much tq know are in thp haqds of the Cpu.nty Spperin locust and two chestnut oaks; thence Louisville. new ruling all schools will begin and Mr. and Mrs. m. C. Kellogg are at with the West hoirs lino to the leaning mond Wednesday m prning and l)eld that Rev. Martin fs tp leave. Last tendpnt pf Schools at his office in Rich-mqn- white oak, now down the Bently corner r. and Mrs. R. E. Turley and Mr. closo on the samo data. home after a most delightful stay of ten and tesewl days at t renoh Lack bprings. Mamsok oewty is 4et4rle4 specia) session of thp Madison cirpuil Sunday was his last wjth us, hut we and Mrs. Goe. SJmmons were hosts Ify., where tfyoy may be seen un and corner to C, J. Lake; thence N 41 a most enjoyable silver tea ihf next Oegres6ma fram tM Eighth Stanifer Busy court, finished at 330 attended tho ball wish him much success in his new til 1 o'clock, Monday, June lQtti, at W 02 poles to a chestnut oak on the Mis?es Alice and Margaret Metcalfe, hostesses atevening last, ihe xunej the hill; thence leaving the District. It trill be ene of the leading of I'lneviile, are visiting Misses Mary Thursday which tirr(o the contracts for the erec brink of new lino N '333-- 4 E 215 poles The Royal store, the homo of good game, roptpd fpr fl)p Rippeprs apd left work as a Sunday School evangelist. home was attractive with decorations Bently a Desecrate af tke district awl a man, Allen Deatberage and hlizabeth Turley of KDrine flowers, ferns and palms, 'VV'jnchesfer, wiierp after There was a splcnqd meeting a tion of the two ahoyo 'narflpd housos to a stono on the ridgo corner J to a tract clothes, is advertising In this issue of at 5;30 for who will prare of great valve to his spending the niW with tm ffiBiilJ'i 1 Clay's Fprry Sunday aftprnpon. under will hp awarded to Uio lowest and best sold by Charles Lester to Hart Bros The friends of Mrs. Mason Dunn will Delicious cake and strawberry frappe ooHbtitnimte aa the iearaf the hUfe, regret to learn she remains quite ill and wereserved and the many dimes taken returned to Nicholasville Thursday tho s.hdo trees and thrpe were baptised responsible bidder or bidders. A bond thenco with said line S 77 3 E to tho in by the Misses Toramie Coje Covington which means for several days, begin mprning to resumo his of hill thence because be k a good sfteaker, a great J at present is at the uibson Hospital. cities n csurt in thp rivpr. We hope to have many with, gpod nnd approved surety for brinksold the Fish to Wm.with an agreed many to ning June 15th you can secure a bun and Elizabeth Turley vers too Powell, with by lino Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Herndon will count mixer, aa indomitable fighter ad a wise the performance of contracts, will be re tho brink of the hill, to a corner on the till the next morning, moro such meotings in the future. dred or more bargains In the different there. Tftvie Cobb, return this week from a visit to Mr. politic. It is Hon. J. quired, The ccunty Board of Educa point near the district sohool house Mr. Bailey S. Stafford, of Wntsonville, departments ql the store. . This is the Mrs. Pleece Robinson in Lancaster. Todd Gets IL feoKcfeea' by his and Mr Cobb has bee California, who has been attending the time whenJpy prices must prevail in tion reserves the right to rejeot any and with Powell's line to a white oak stump Miss Margaret Ella Kindred attended law school of Transylvania university. S 41 E 38 poles to a stake Mary That Richmond is constantly fur nuraerotts friends all over the district to all bids. This Oth day of June, 1011 thence corner: thence with her line to a the commencement exercises at Rerea Lexintrton. came this week to Mr. and such a sale. ' It is a clean up of sprin Davis' become a candidate, more espeolaliy of college, nishinr workmanship and material for John Noland, Chairman of Madison chestnut, a corner Davis and Brack Pigg: heralmamater, last Wednesday. Mrs. Jake Shearers' to spend the sum- and early summer goods. late, aitd it is likely be wiM accede to the erection of many structures in County Board of Education. thence N with Pigg's lino around the Miss Gladys Perry is expected home mw. Mr. gt&fford's motherwill be Mr. Cobb i he entreaties of the people. other counties ot the stato, is ovidonced head of the hollow as per survey In Goes West this week from Western Kentucky membered here a Miss Mollie Shearer cluding tho boundary of land by Fish to Strong Candidate. could have easily won six years ago where she has been teaching the past His father was a n&tiyjB of Carroll from the following from the Jaokson offer for sale privately ray Mr. Paul Burnam will leave the first C. J. Lako which is wholly within this county, this state, and is now a minis News: after death had removed Hoa. "Dick" year. Dr. G. T. Smith of Beattyvllle has boundary with the understanding that of Jujy for St. Louis, where he has ac ' "The Commissioners of thoj Fiscal . jarm oi ter in California. Miller from the race, but for several Col. Mote Robinson, and wife, of announced himself as a candidate for C. J. Lake or his assigns shall have Williams, cepted a very lucrative position with Estill Heraldic-Sheldoreasons be declined to outer. A oandld-M- e Garrard, are with the family of their Court to arrange for the remodeling of reasonable passway down the branch 2QD State senator from tho twenty-nint- h Richmond, spent from his premises to the Davis line. from this ootty oould have won at son, Mr. B. Frank Robinson, bn High who is working in Monday with his large wholesale house as special repre tho court house Monday awarded the senatorial' district composed of the This tract of land contains about 200 J.-- 4 from Saturday until street. sentative. His leaving Richmond will pontracts to T. S. Todd, of Richmond more or less, situated i he last two eleot'oa, but for "reasons" parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm- - Williams counties of Madison, Estill, Powell, and acres, more or' less, IumJ the CommisMr. Socrates Maupin, of Lafolette, Mr. R. L. Gentry, ot Richmond, spent be very much regreted by a host of warm The building will be extended twenty miles from Silver Creek sta t liere was bo fight made. Of oourse the will first sell that part 6t said Tenn., is cordially welcomed back to from Saturday until Monday with Mr. personal friends, Mr. George Burnam, tion, 3 miles'from Kirksville. Lee, on one Democratic ticket. Dr. sionerovorwhich there is with stieh a huge oonnty, tite Demo- tils om and of tho most prominent tract Smith Is an absence oi several and Mrs. P. F. Adams Messrs. W. R. is now jn St. Louis, and is General feet back and the court room greatly borne, alter enlarged. A steam heating plant will be aua i mites irom xvicnmunu citizens of Leo county and is connected if it does not bring enough 16 satisfy cratic candidate from Madison, would years. . ' Shackelford, E. E. Curtis, T. C. Vaughn, Agent for the L. & N. lines in the city. ill Tv 'and cost, then Plaintiffs debt, interest be ia bo daager in the final election, as every with some of the best families in the (he whole boundary will be sokl. Misses Julia White, Jane D. Stockton Murray Smith and D, R, Freeman, of He is one of fhe youngest men in the installed m the basement and This Farrn is y"el Improve Mr. Cebb is so widely known, there and Callie Miller Shackelford have gone Richmond, spent over Saturday at modern convenience put in. The land will be s,6Id on a TERMS: His room gfate. bejng father was. a Madison county credit of six This twelve months time, would be hundreds of Republican votes to Carlinsville, 111., for a'visit to Miss Estill Springs Messes, Fletgher West west to hold such a responsible position. contract price for tho remodeling is and has on it a nipe and a brpthgr qf thp Hon. W man, and Joe Shearer and Misses Helen Martha Burke. cast for him. $13,235,00. Mr. Todd is the contractor nouse, a good earn and al p. Smitlj" of Rjchmpnd. He was i purchaser tp have privilege pf paying Gone Jorday. Duncan and Lillian Campbell, of Richcash if Qn volunteer in the late wap with Spain. purchaser(Jesjrcdi bp If sold ontP time thp Murray Smith and A. R. mond, motored up Sunday afternoon Attorneys who built thp Frst ijat'pnal Bank and it necessary outbuildings. rpquired. will execute The Senate is attempting to kill the Burnam, Jr., have gone to Los Angeles The Fiscal courA pf Madison e.ounty, is one of tho best constructed buddings and spent a few hoprs here. it is also a and organized thp Beaftyville militia bpnd wjth goptl security, payable lo tho reciprocity MM by so amending it that and other points in California for an ex including Judge Shackelford, County Mr. James Woods Wafers was the Attorney Jackson, Sheriff McCord, Clerk in .this section'-'cqmpany Co. M) qd was its; first cp-tia- n Commissioner, bearing 0 per cent inin Ready-t- o it will at be acceptable to Canada. tended prospeoting trip. Good Qrcharcl qntil paid, with a terest frorn host last Wednesday evening at an being elected unanimously, and retained ondate property until all len lteot, of New York, is preSenator Mrs. D. Parrish has been in the elegant dinner to celebrate the thirty Terrill and several others, are on a tour -the the Wonderful Offer, Call All but 40 acres of the farm serving as paptiaq untjl pne year ago, purchase money is paid, iq have the paring an amendment in the interest of the country for several days taking a fifth anniversary of J)is birth. The of Fayelte, Franklin, Woodford and William Jennings Bryan's great paper, the paper trust. It wilt be recalled muob needed rest from arduous duties spread was prepared at the hospitable Scott counties tordy as guests of the The Commoner, will be sent to any ad- is in grass. 4?Qr further par? wljen hp was prppiated. to the rank of farce and effect of- a judgment, at the Richmond Millinery. ifajor in the 2nd, Regiment. f nom home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richmond Auto rite or phone ihat when reciprocity was before the Rice, CJub. They are on the dress, in club with the Climax, for two ticulars, Mr. R. E. Turley, Jr., has returned Wagers, near Waco and the fourteen natpd hp wijl stand an excellent chanpa Senate at the last session Senator Hoot Cornmissipner M. O, O. invited guests were loud in their praise annua) jtour Jo inspect the roads of years fur only 82.0Q. Qont let this offer Miistcr J. T. home for the holidays from his college pf bpipg plectpd. He is yery popular was one of those who were boisterous in at Champaign, ills., where he has been ot the lavish hand and unstinted these counties and see hpw near they are escape your attention as.it may npyer Richmond, Old Dqminiou IortftQ(l cedent, not;, hayipg "a ijost qf friends among tho generosity of the popular host, Those to being as perfect as those Jn Madison. appear again, This is a presidential fl. p. 2 protests that amendment was im- attending school the past year. their M who accepted Mr. IVagers invitation Incidentally t( bpttpr, at W. W. Broaddus 4 Co Republicans. phpne 217 rfng 2 practicable aad impossible. That was they will visit tho new year and everyone in favor .of reform uiss Margarctta Smith entertained her Daugherty, A. Culton, thaajive months ago, and now Mr. Bridge Club last riday at her home on were: C. C. Jr., P. BenWilging, J. J. capitp at Frankfort and less L. IL Burnam, relrn home via and a goyernmenjt for the people wilj est Main in a very charming manner. Greenleaf, George and Irvine Hume, Georgetown and Lexington. Messrs. want Root, reversing himself, declares the lo read Mr. Bryan's' matphjpss agreement mast be amended so as to The.trophy went to Mrs J. J. Greenleaf. W. E. Luxon. W. 0. Bennett, J. D. R. E. Turloy, Thomas Collins, J. II. editorials. OJd subscribers wilj. bp taken Chenault, L. B, Herrington, James Laxington Herald:- - Mrs Richard Bush benefit the paper interests. His oppoW. S. Oldham and Jen- Dean and B. L. Banks are piloting the in this offer. Ilemember Ihp sition is only a part of a systematic entertained at Bridge Monday at her Shackelford. cars. for twp ypars, now unt'J May home on Ashland Ave., in honor of Miss nings Maupin. campaign, being waged against recip- es Sayre Williams and Jamie Caperton 1913, and tho Climax for onp year fpr marriago of ur. James Million The rocity. Just the Thing only WOO. This is positively tho Prof. Booth entertained his Sunday and Miss Wicnifred Kaatman, of St. to Without the men what could be ac- school, of the Methodist church, last Louis, mo., came as quitca surprise an Manager Baxter, of the opera house, greatest offer wo have been able to give as nointinations of such hern his complished? Iff order to raise funds for week with a lawn fete atlarge home on friends had been made known. The who was elected Vice President of the the people of Madison county this Breck Ave. He has a class of event tf a new church, the ladies of a local con- boys. ceremony was performed by Rev. D. Central Kentucky Threatrical Men's year. R. Williamson at the Baptist hj).achin Association, claims it will result in havgregation have been giving a series of Miss Russell Stouffer has returned St. Louis. The bride is a beautiful and Up They Go. entertainments, at which contributions home from iRandolf-Maco- n college at accomplished young woman and is the ing pothing but good attractions visit The L &N."is made the defendant were made. At first it was a strictly Luncbburg, Va., to spend the holidays daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. William these hous3, Those in the circuit are: "ladies a Ifair," but the collections wore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. is Kaatman. Mr. vision is a son of Mr. Georgetown, Paris, Winchester, Rich- in a suit filed by tho frankfort Distilling county; in and Mrs. Thos. Million, pf this city, and mond, Maysville, Shelbyviile, jianyille, Co., of Franklin &o disappointing that one of the number Stouffer. Mr. Jonas Rucker is in Louisville at is employed by the United Railway Cynthiana, Nicholasville, nnd Lawrence which it is claimed tho railroad has suggested, the men be invited also. It ' After spending a Co., in St. Louis. was several days before the male mem- tending the annual meeting of the few days here they will return toiheir burg are embraced in the organization. increased its 'rates 5 per cent on grain Association of Agents and Accountants bers realized why it was their presence of the It. & N., which is being held at new home in St. Louis. If a bum show is sent to Richmond, for and distilling supplios since it segurcd & V. road. i It is was desired all of a sudden, and it has the Seelbach. wife, J. P. Sim- an instance, manager Baxter will im- control of the "Tom Arnold and hurt their feelings somewhat to think' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dean, of Owens-bor- mons, Jr., Zena Douglas, Milward mediately notify all others in Ihe organ- claimed that before the road was pur their presence k not wanted for social were here last week for a visit to Brown, 'Doc iTaylor and all other ization. So at the most, a poor attrao chased, tho same rate was given to purposes, bet just to help swell the the family of their son, Mr. J. H. Dean. Madisonians are thriving at DeLand, lion cannot be palmed off on more than Elkborn station, ttyree miles put. where Mr. Dean is one of the leading business Fla.," is the report brought back by the distillery Js located, as J?raqkfort. fund. Mr. C. E. Woods, who spent nearly two one town in (.ho association. men ot that city. It is tto first suit filed with the State are weeks in the beautiful city, There Cakbie Natiox is dead. This truly Misses Maud Parker. Lexington. Beu three hundred Kentuckians in Yalusia The Great Loom End Sale at W. D. Railroad Commissioner since' thp L. & great woman his at last answered the lah Young, Baldwin, and Messrs Milton county, of which DeLand is the county Oldham & Co's Busy Bee Gash- Store N. took charge 0f the F. & C. It" is final summons. Born in Garrard Meffort. of the Stale Normal, and Jesse seat. Annually these folks bold a Ken- will continue oust vcek longer, sale claimed by local merchants tljat tho Murrell, Lexington, were guests of Miss tucky Day celebration. DeLand is the county, Kentucky, her maiden name" drawrates have been ponsideraljly increased Janie George the past week. City Beautiful of Florida. It is 12o closes Saturday, June 17th. was Carrie Moore and a brother, A. passed into tho hands 25 since the L. Danville Advocate Miss Anna Mae miles south oi Jacksonville and library ing Thomas Moore, stilt resides at Camp Walker, Jy'o. 1T90 of Richmond, is expected next miles from tho East; or Atlantic Coast. ofheL. &N. aqd compotitiqn pdased Dick Robinson, in that county. It is week to be the guest of her friend, Miss Mr. Woods found the weather just like expert is being talked of tq come and an Report of the Condition Matter, Royal said that her first htisband was so ad Molly Worthington. They were room Kentucky generally, excepting Florida hero and optc oyer the rates ai'jt) see if of the has had no such torrid waves like recent dicted to strong drink that it created in mates the past year at Staunton, Va. r-r-i i i any relief pan bo secured. years in Madison. Mr. Raymond S. Riles, Mr. Robert her snob, a hatred for the jujee of the L.O, Tier beauOn Saturday afternoon at corn and those whp sold ft, H was al Hojlingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Found, Smith and daughter, Estelle, motored tiful home on Lancaster Ave., Mrs. VA like most uncontrollable. Pocket book .on Lancaster Ave. Apply over from Frankfort Friday to attend D. M. Chenault entertained with a deat Richmond, Ky.. ot the close of the Commencement exercise, and wero lightful tea in compliment to a numbusiness. June 7, lMJ, Climax. . If there ever was any mud slinging in guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Allman. pric4s ber of guests in the house, who are, her the Republican ranks lis now. Franks sister, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Lost Hen. John B. Chenault, of Maysville, Harris, all of ML Sterling. It was one RESOURCES is certainly laying it on the eminent was here r riday anu Saturday for Loans and discounts........ A red brindle cow, one horn twisted. jurist. Judge O'Rear with aH his force visit to his mother, Mrs. T. D. Chenault, ot the prettiest of social" events of the Overdraftssecuredand unsecured $312,174 71 3,309 35 season and had all the charming features U.S. Honda to in about .four or fivo weeks. 00 Fresh Becu re circulation.'-100.0(while Cox is silently telling the voters in the country, since his home in of a garden party, as a very elaborate Oankinsr house, furniture and0 Reward for information leading to her' are . both inferior to him. One Fleming county "was destroyed by fire luncheon was served on the lawn. In they 7,000 00 fixtures the receiving line wero Mrs. Chenault, uuc ijumnirents) xtanKS inot re 4,430 0 recovery. thing sure, the Maysville man seems to he has been residing in Maysville. serve AHuonai pf honor and the late Due from State nnd nrivate banks and her guests Mat Shearer. It have the "Jim Crow" following of the brides, Mesdames Alex Denney and and bankers. Trust Companies, stale due to his friendship to the negro and Savings Banks 5S2 49 The spacious home Physiologists Disagree. Kakts Easy Waldo Gwynne, the season's prettiest Doe from approved reserve ncentsr 30.GU0 GO on so many occasions. The Madison was radiant with Checks nnd other cash items 121 51 There are few persons who realize 4,190 00 plants and nowers and presented a Notes of other National banks county contingent are strong for him, as charming picture. Delicious ices were ractional papercurrency, nickels greatly physiologists are at variwell as all overthe state. and cents 2 M how served ft was a social function Lawful money reserve In bank viz ance in their estimate of the actual IX) Specie i r7$21.2S of unusual lovhness, for wh;ph the Axothek postal savings bank has - (jo 21539 po work performed by the Liver. While r notes charming hostess is noted. The guests Redemptjon fund with U. S. Treas been ordered for Kentucky, this lime ajl agree that it is thp largest and onp included a very large number of society 5.000 00 Shelbyviile gets it. Richmond micht is folk and friends pf Mrs. Chenault. pf the yery important gands of tlje policy Total- 451981 61 body, land one if a ,Mule energy on the part of when it conjes tq th question of Miss Mary James Caperton, daughter :to pediicQ WABILITIRB H fe end'; of Mrs. James Caperton, of this city, thp actual work performed, there seetns the oommerciaijdub or other means, t was graduated last Wednesday from the Capital SlocJrpald in. J 4100,000 O) holding prestigewas put forth. Post ; to be a wjtje diversity of opjniqt). 0))001X1 Bartholomew-CliftoSurplus fund n School, Cincin- Undivided profits, Pfig(Bs. Practically all aro agreed, howevar, master Wallace says it is not improbaleua expenses nati, and in speaking of the presentation 4.311 67 and taxes paid ble by any means. of diplomas the Cincinnati Enquirer, of Notional bank notes outstanding 97.700 CO that the principal work of tfia Ljve? W 2532 47 the separation of such materials sor Sunday says: "Dr. George K. Bartho- Due to other National banks to fsjrrc mipi Amid the wildest excitement and enlomew, the revered founder of tho Dueand State and priveate banks 10C 22 tainod in tho body as might bankers exert school, presented the certificates to the Individual deposits subject to thusiasm Frances Madero, Jr., entered 2S0.771 T3 poisonous influence upon the body ua-- l check graduates. This year marks the thirty Reserved for taxes there Mexico Cky Wednesday, and then "3,760 02 less 4 j' thrown off. fifth anniversary of the first class that was as earthquake, which undoubtedly $319.Q2I 61 was graduated from the Bartholomew Total Rexall Liver Salts has been proded. poor oW Dhuc declared was an omes of School. Mr. Bartholomew, in his hap-- State of Kentucky , with the idea pf assisting the torpid' vein, spoke it gave Madison J 68 Ue future destruction of the city, on Eiestto present a of the pleasure gradua- County ofK. Burnam, certificate of I. Hobi. Cashier of tlie above Liver to perform Its rvrppr functions aaeount of las being scooted out. do Bolemnlv sneir that tbe Is a proper manner, and the succW tion from the fourth-yea- r academic named-bank- , course to Hiss Mary James Caperton, atxjve statement l is true to the best ot my which has attended, the. treatment kadi' f xarm-wtTl lift K'm said Xentwky was not well the daughter ot Mrs. James Caperton. ,. . JKotot. K. Hum arin, Cashier.- ,1 uk to recommend this preparuton to .m .. , . , r. A From the van- of Richmond. Kv.. who was graduated iwff ' z vou. . day of JUo.rWl. amp from' me, Bartholomew School 25 years 1 J ati fewn ago: a We a cerii&eate for th rkt U My eolI;it eoi wVm eowtUtMayjar we Vili TM:i4i SMMteJTJMl KtttMff r--- v " beyaad tk high school, to yoanfar ab Cvracctnid tt forth taSMft-HraMttty m statesmen : tars et aivasae. oi ta so6L Mimm ' Xel!hn, , 3mm Km .$9 rectos Pharmacy. The RexH Drag gtora. It A Rare Beauty BUTTER1CK FASHIONS III. 2t F. J. YEAGER Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the and white both look and don't forget Underwear at our new his-roiur- their-fortune- Commissioners Sale Quality is Price is OWEN McKEB PERSONALS B. Juett & Son The Richmond Climax. ni . --- Here-to-for- - l For Sale ACRES 4-- tf n . Spring Styles Wear Goods. and take a look. ate JONS HC KABO CORSETS Jy MrsJ-- Barlow Com-rnon- BROWER'S HEAVY PRICE REDUCTIONS ON Made by the Best Furniture Factories in the i o, FURNITURE Wop We are overstocked on dining room, bed room, furniture made by Berkey & Gay, room and Nelson Furniture Co., Phoenix Furniture oranaj napias rurnuure century Madison National Bank lo., lo., rurniture and, a number of other factories of importance quick stock reduction has been ordered and are heavily reduced. . Um liking ffSblute Clearance -- of Porch and Lawn Furniture, Hamrixocks ROTAl t and Couch Hammocks, Go carts and Refrigerators Nothing carried over" the of this store so we hrefi-of th seaspn Lecril-tende- .- ill A pendjd sfiunfc nd femarabie values (I . , POWDER : Absolutely Pure .- " V- jhaip;iBrly.bMfiU r e.iBROWER&CCX 1 E 1 i v-- if- - : Wlierii You Add something each year that will make your homemore comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings . - jf at one time '3 r ' You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes .attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every i spring. Try It Up-to-'Date A Splendid Stock of New Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. fksisg See Our Pull Page Advertisement verse Side of This Sheet. V On Ren It Tells of Our Big Cut BENNETT and H I GG I N S 11 UNDERTAKING Destroys Price Clearance Sale of Clothing; Shoes, Hats and Drink Habit Nmrtri9 J Cuba yi Club, 10c .The man irbo driala to exeen needs treatment far hit condition. The Orrise treatment Burnam's Insurance Agency writes all can be nted with abaotute confidence. It aB desire for whiskey, beer and other kinds. 43tf Intoxicant. It is a simple treatment, it is siren in the home no sanitarium expense no Allman & Pigg handle the best of loss of time from work. If after 3t. trial you fail to tret any bene- meats and groceries. fit from its use your money will be returned.Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone OERIXE is prepared In two forms a powIf der, for secret treatment, and in pill form, and live stock insurance. foe thos who desire to Uke rolontary treatment, dost only 11.00 a box. We hare an. All kinds of building material, quick interestlnc booklet about ORRIKE that we are trlvlnr away free on request. Call at our delivery. W. W. Broaddus & Co. 44tf store and talk it orer. One more big bargain week at the PERRVS DRUG STORE Busy Bee Cash Storer The Loom End Sale continues until June 17th. Star. 5c Furnishings for Men and Boys Covington & Banks s n Dr. M. Dunn Specialist Going up. . Mr ucecnam Lackey has about com- la Diseases of EYE, EAR, XOSE let ed his new home just in the edge of and THROAT of the city limits on the Lexington Bldg. Ey road. It will be a modern dwelling and Oldham Richmond, adjoins the property of his mother. Order one of those juicy steaks from Buys Property. Oulton. Phone 125. Miss Mollie Fife purchased last week Lexington Cream Flour 80 cts. per 24 pounds at D. B. McKlnney's from Postmaster 0. C. Wallace, his sack It dwelling on Lancaster Ave. Mr. Wallace Pbone 35. will move shortly to his newly acquired Come to Owen McKce, Richmond home in the Shackelford addition. Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Fixing Up. tf aa and why not you. The grocery establishment ofCoving- Madison -- Institute will be opened & Co., has just completed a duringithe' summer months for a few general repairing and repainting of the seleofBoarders. 4t entire interior of the large store room Burnam's Insurance Agency oldest on W. Main street which adds wonder aad best companies represented. Phone fully to the attractiveness of the place. lon-Thor-- H .a Must Quit Hustlers. Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond WANTED Board In country near you. 44tj to Richmond for three ladies. Must be of shade. reasonable and plenty To Pendleton, Address M. V. Beaumont, 312 Paul Mr. U. 0. Kirhy. the Manager of the Jones Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Pumping station at Lake Reba, was in FOR SALEe-Fiy-e shares stock, Paint Pendleton county last week, where he Lick Bank! This bank makes something went to be present at a family reunion like twenty per cent net. I will take His old home is near Lynn. He has $180 perr'share. which is just about book been a resident of Richmond nearly twenty year. value.' .. W. E. Sullivan, ' DeLand.Fla. 51-Rolling Streets 5t . The City Council could not hold its The past ten days has found the adjourned meeting last Thursday on ac- - j small boys of Richmond, who are will Tele anxious tor a little vacation money, go after different sche-tu- r- count of the City Board or Equalization J rmrrl!lri.QrrlQf nv;CQe. Eastern Tennessee not having finished its work. The Company is rephone dule. Outlook for hard at work in the Bluegrass fields, High School Held Friday meeting will be hold tomorrow evening. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY stripping tho seed and working like strained from using key good. trojans. When it comes, to earning a Evening. New Lines. At the Close of Busine-.is-, June 7, 1911 . county's highways. little money with hard work, setting RESOURCES LIABILITIBS The farmers living along the Red Mr. Leo Gott was in Nashville last out tobacco and stripping Bluegrass 3823,523 52 Capital Stock iMCM 00 Judge James Benton handed down a seed just suits the local youngsters. The spacious auditorium of the Loans and Discounts week where he was in attendance at the House and Richmond pike will have a 0,723 07 Surplus FimmI Overdrafts... 13.009 00 most important ruling in a special ses Southern Poultry and Eggs Shippers chance now to secure telephones, as the High school was filled last Friday U. S. Bonds 57,000 00 Big Time. sion of the Madison circuit court last Association. This new organization is East Tennessee- - has about completed evening to witness the closing exercises. Banking House, etc... 00 Undivided ProHts 9,000 M.C0Q t0 Ciroulatiea Wednesday, when he decided that the At Union City on June 24th, St. John's composed of Southern dealers, with the installation of two lines, which will It was the finals and sixteen young Cash and Due Irom 80,763 44 Deposits Banks 310.175 59 East Tennessee Telephone Co., had no day, the Masonic fraternity of Madison many Kentuckians as members. accommodate about a dozen homes. ladies and gentlemen received diplomas. county of Madison county, will celebrate the occasion with Among the chief subjects discussed, This will be a great convenience and Superintendent Coates, who retires Total $485,015 63 Total The big Willipus Wallipus belonging contract with the Lost or franchise, and by this decision en a grand feast and a general good time. and a system by which eggs will bo pur one received, with joy by the residents this year from-th- e head of the city We respectfully solicit and invite a shrure of your patroaage, premisteg hi retook to the city has been leased by the State schools, has built up a wonderful prompt and efficient service and courteous and hoaeraele troatmeat A Poland China sow, weight about Normal and will put the finishing joined them from operating in this Prominent speakers from different chased hereafter by Kentucky, as well of that section. Notify touches to the modern driveways that county without first procuring a con parts of the state will be present. as all Southern dealers, was "Should educational institution. Each depart300 pounds, ring in left nostril. Hurry Up. ment is complete and thoroughness is Hamilton Lodge, of Union City, will bo Eggs Be Bought Case Count or on a John M. Burton, Edenton. are being completed on the picturesque tract or franchise. County Attorney Jackson filed a suit Master of Ccremonles.and aro'arranging Quality Basis!" Other subjects taken A strangeithing about the city officers observed in all of these. campus. These roads will make the For Rent for $10,000 damages several days ago, for a grand spread in honor of the up were, "Increasing the Laying of the at present is, not a singlo candidatelias The decorations for the occasion Fri grounds the prettiest to be found any i and also asked the restraining order visitors. The beautiful Hamilton ash Hen," and Buying and announced for council, when at this day evening were in the hands of the applndcd at the close. Died Here. Cottage onates Creekroad and Main where. against the company, which was grant- grove, near that place, has been de Selling." On Thursday evening Mr. Gott said that it was time last year, there were at least Senior girls and were in class the annual given Juy 15th. street. Possession Clay Hamihon, aged sevealeea jewfy ed. 4A. R. Burnam, Jr., argued for the signated as the spot. a real live meeting and tho first of the twenty five. The election is to be held colors and flowers, with the class motto musical was given and this year it was Rebuild. ASnta to Beecbam Lackey or Mrs. was so daagerotMly injured 1W defendants. kind he had ever attended. in November. City officials in all de- in latin displayed in the rear of the stage. unusually pretty. It was under the vho 2tf Qornella Clay. The Lexington Herald says: "A. W Friday in Lee Meaty, as a rosak of a Sometime ago the franchise was put Norman I. Taylor, of Burnside, partments, claim they can give no reason The music for the occasion was furnish- direction of Miss Rogers with the Increased. Creekmore, whose home on Columbia rolllag over ea bha, was For Rent by the Fiscal Court, but Pulaski county, was elected treasurer for this silence. While it is known ed by the class . orchestra, and this assistance of the other teachers and was traaa car avenue was dpstroyed several months up and offered A special census commissioner ap brought to the Gibsoa iaHcroary, bat rew 2 storv 7 room frame house on ago by fiire which endangered the lives '.he East Tennessee refused to bid, of the organization and Matt Torbey. that practically all of the present coun- feature was delightful, although tho of a Japanese variety. Tho costuming pointed by Mayor Florence of Stanford injuries proved fatal. The aceidaat Winchester, a momber of the Executivo cil will offer for Walnut St., bath room and sink good of himself and family, is making pre claiming that the Court of Appeals had yet they Directress, Miss Rogers was ill and one was attractive and the young folks took his and his council to show the government on Ross Creek about six happened V. L J nnl v tn. decided that it could use the public are slow In "starting the ball to of the soloists Mr. Leeds, was a member their different parts well and sang them Committee. paration to rebuild at once, and on employees that the capital of Lincoln miles from Beattyvllle. He was a soa as it did not obstruct W- - D. Oldham Dry Goods Store In discussing tho turkey crop, it is rolling." 51 if of the graduating class. with much forco and effect, to the ap- of John Hamiltoa, wbawas killed ia a Tuesday secured from the Board of highways so long encroach public property. gained instead of decreased in populat said that there has been an enormous Hon. X A. Sullivan delivered the preciation of the audience. It was one Public Works a permit to erect a two- - the ditches or past ten years, has just fight at the same place whare the boy Another One. The attorneys for the defense will ion during the For Rent hatch all over the south, especially In address of the evening. Among other of the most dolightful of the commenbrick residence, story, eight-roowas injured, foar years ago. The reto the Court of Appeals completed his work and his. figures Kentucky and Mr. Gott claims that take the case Chief of Police Allman and Mayor things he urged the patrons to tako cement entertainments. DweHing house of seven rooms on Wood which he estimates will cost about as 1,071. mains were taken ta Owsley county and the outcome will be watched with show the number of residents, 1 Madison is away head of the average Rice were approached last Wednesday more interest in the education c their Ave. House is new, will be com- - $2,200. government Bgures were ,031. By The land Saturday for buriaL interest. number To 5helbyviliev nlAtedJnne 1st.' Annly to Mrs. Eliza but ISO more looks forat this time of the year. He at the City Hall by Joslo Johnson, a children and the Board to furnish more This is the first time in several years these figures Stanford has a crop of the turkey In colored woman who resides on Letcher To Rochester. He deplored the fact Pigy for The okl reliable AH man or Bowen Lackey. Beroa, Laekey the hustling Madison. banner taken by the peop)a than On the 27th of Juno Grand Master R-that steps have been Ave., bearing a now born babe and de- there were so few boys in the class and 34 Chief of Police Allman Vrlll have leats and groceries. capital of Southern Madison and if Burnam will go to ShelbyvOle to Gott BroS. shipped to Havana, Cuba, clared that some one had left the infant read an article to show, as a- - business good time this week. He left Rich Countv authorities to oust the tele- Berea continues her steady gain she will Louisville. To procure a last Friday 400 cases of Madison county her doorstep sometime between proposition, that it pays to educate the take charge of the exercises dedicating 'Stanifer HurL mond Sunday for Rochester, N. i. phone Company for failing to On next Sunday the first excursion Where he will attend the International contract with the Fiscal court, but v?Uh top tho Lincoln county city the next eggs, on an order received Thursday midnight and four In tho morning. It boy. He emphasized the necessity of a the Old Masons homo near that city. time the census is taken. Clsarles Stnnifer, sea "of Mr. Joseph ever run from Beattyvllle to Louisville Congress of Chiefs of Police. It is one the octopus so strongly entrenched, evening from Commission Merchants of was a colored male child and looked to be practical education and urged each Tje Richmond Commandery will aot the Main street merchant, was is scheduled over the L. &A. Fare of the bicccst gatherings held in this with unlimited means, tqflglitthe case city. The supply in tho southern about a day old. The officials gave her graduate to let this bo but the beginning as an escort and will have about fifty Id that Dry Times, e xceedingly luoky to escape with h.s leaves country, although hard, matter from Richmond 8L75. Train town is seriously short and an egg permission to care for the little one of their studies. line. It will be one of the largest there are many thru all courts, H will be a last Sunday evening, while relura-fro-Col. Nath Deatherage, who returned famine is facing them it seems. here at 7:30 and returning leaves Louis members from until futher arrangements can be made England, France, to get a decision tayora,t,ie. to.ine Professor E. P. Kelly, of the High- - gatherings of the Masons ever held in lifa Cinclnaati. Young Slaaifer was Monday f ronr an extended visit to relaville at 8 O'clock. for it. No clue has been found by the school, In his happy style, presented the the state. Scotland, Germany, Mexico and othe.r Fine country hams just received at sta udirg by an open door in the baggage- tives In Missouri, says that all along the officers that will lead to the parties diplomas with short talk. He has been Train Load. counmes. tX is always iieiu in iuu. Culton's. coach and when the train reuaded a line from that state into Kentucky, the Urge Crowd, Look Out. United States. The Kentucky delegat-- . The early morning accommodation guilty of leaving the child on the step. with the school for tho past f ivo years sharp curve he lost his balaaod aad fell severe dry weather of May has left its some of the graduates have been under going north last Thuesday con It was well wrapped In warm blankets. Xborewas a lare craigd at the sale of ion will arrive at Rochester Monday. Prof. Smith of the Normal School out. FortuaateJy for him. the place death dealing marks with the growing train For Yqu. him for that length of time. It is with scientific deparment personalty of A. qScanl'aij'last'Thurs-y- , tained seven coaches, all packed with n, B. Dr. Price Dead. 5cts per do?, at has discovered a fell was not a high place ia crops. The oats in Missouri, Illinois a feeling of much regret that they see now specie of tho beetle that is running where- he or he would have been iastani-l- y students from Berea. Tho commence but pices on live stock were not as McKinnpy1?. Phone 35. 5?-- lt When yon knar W marriages, the road, and Kentucky are practically ruined, Those in this county, who know Dr. him sever his connection. pood has prevailed thlsseasqq. Farming ment exercises were closed Wednes births, deaths, acoldents, sale of the elm trees and has written an killed. As it was he was terribly the meadows are burned terribly and day Moland freed, Supt. Coates, who also bids farewell .implements and household furnishings and a big crowd was in attendance. Joseph H. Price, of Philadelphia, will land, crop or stock. Church news or tho oorn Is very late. The wheat he be very much grieved to learn of his to the school, made the closing remarks exhaustive article oa it, which will ap- bruised"-- Tte train was stepped at Many from this county attended. The said, well. A number qf Shetland, ponies On the idea thai four months in jail is lodge news, please telephone or write pear in next week's issue of the Climax. once and he was picked up ia a half says, Is doing fine, and there will bo an noon train going south carried equally sudded death several days ago, follow and spoke of his four years as Superin Prof. Smith has written many articles vere sold.. enough punls,hnent for the tqeut of the Climax, sq we can lat people In conscious' condition. Medieai aUeatlon abundant crop. The conditions in all ing an operation for appendicitis. This tendent as one ol tho happiest as well many. The attendance this year two geese, acting Governor Cox last other parts of the county know about on fruit trees for this paer and they was given at Paris and he was able to Col. three states are about the same. has been away above the usual noted surgeon had visited Dr. C. H. as the most profitable in his life. He are read by the hundreds of subscribers make the- - trip home, where he was Bowrnar's Summer Tours Wednesday pardoned the remainder of It. We want clean news of every Dealherage attended the Confederate Vaught hero for many years,, and thanked those who had stood by him in number. Kind, from everywhere, with much interest. Personally conducted; low Inclusive thsentence imposed on Qene IJoland, taken to the Patty A. Clay tefirmary. reunion at Little Rook and wont from demonstrated his wonderful ability in Madison. Noland was convicted of Another Big Bargain week at the before the physicians of tho county at his efforts to build up the school and He will be vclile to be out ia a few days. post; high clss accommodations. there to Kansas City to visit his two tq Burnam's Insurance Agency for Fire Busy Bee Cash Store of W. D. Oldham Pattie A. Clay Infirmary on many oc- declared thai more possessed qualifi sisters. Park and West, starting Mon- stealing twq geese sq4 vas sentencedser--: Look Out, That good ice cream al ftletH's tf 43tf ten months in jail. lie has s Co. The UigLioom End bale will go casions. Miss White daughter of Mr. ed teachers than here. He was warmly. Insurance. dar. July 3: Niagara Falls, Toronto, etc serve In the absence of Chlof Allman, who New ved four months of this sentence and Oh six days longer. It closes Saturday, Tuesday. Aug. I; Atfantfo City, Guest of Honor. Brutus Whito and Miss Maupln, daugh-te- r, Is attending the big gathering of Chiefs Juno 17th, orki etc. August 17- - Write Bowmau's Gov. Cox in remitting the remainder oi of Mr. Brack Maupin, are at present RICHMOND, KY., June 14th. 19ilE. Roouestor this week, Mr James Hon. Jlobert R. Burnam, of this city, sentence says that four months is at attending the Price school lor trained Dear Sir: Tonus, Versailles, Ky.. for folders glv- the considering the nature of the Potts will oooupy this exalted position Grand Master of Kentucky Masons, Immense, enoughi nurses. He was greaTely full details. beloved. In the looal police department during David Jackson, of London, Deputy oilense. In accordance with the order Issued ThePhiladelphla Press has the following: tho day and Col. Davy Powers at night. Grand Master, Rev. R. E. C. Lawson, County will meet at points within their respectiv-- Divisions to be designated by theChair- 'A few hours after be'had'performed See the Garden hats the Baptist so look out you prowlers and law brea- of Springfield, Past Grand Chaplain, by the Postmaster- - General, Postmaster Whit Did Hit men of said Boards, on Saturday June 24th, 191L. for fche purpose of employing- teachers -- 2t are selling for 50 cents. kers, those officers will endeavor to see John C. Strother, a member of the Wallace a.ud his corps of assistants an operation for appedlcitls upon a little (both white and colored),who The Climax was In error In lu .last ladles are to teach in the Common Schools of Madison County for ' that nothing Is "put over on them" Louisville Bar will bo tho speakers at counted every piece of mail that was girl, yesterday, Dr. Joseph Prloe was edition In saying that Wbl'ker'hH In New Jersey. the school year beginning July 1st, 1911 and ending June 30tbJ.912. office during the seized by tho same malady. the St. John's day celebration to be handled by the local the bull one time only. The popular Word has been received fromfMr. during the absence of their Chief. You are a member of Divison Board No-A consultation of surgeons was called and will represent suDaistrict JNo. of Lincoln month of May. This Is a new idea of given by the Masonic Lodges left fielder made two swats of his of said Educational Division, in employing teachers for all subdistricts iu said They Crowded the government and Is done to ascertain and on immediate operation was deemed Bowles, who Is in Jew Jersey county, at Stanford on Juno 24 in in the same afternoon and Alex shows, necessary. Dr. Price died at 10 o'clock Division. gh great Mr Burton Farls. will always accept It will be an old fashion Kentucky just how much business Uncle Sam thereby gets fclOO from the ill fated and with the to and enables with this As a member of said Board vou mav reiommend the teacher or teachers for u, that he Is enjoying the season only tning coupons nereaiter wnen mere is piqnio, with a good dinner spread by doing on, how !mu,ch,the departmentlost. last night, not, recovering from the shock humiliated American Tobacco Is. saade or of the operation. He claims the school or schools (both white and valuable prize to be won by so doing the Masonic families of the county. figure located within, your subdistrict, and you Haley, Bramlege and Coleman were the creat circus. Dr. CTice was one of the eminent sur one vote in the selection of all the teachers that has kept him from returnins He held the lucky number last Saturday All the Masons of tjhe, county and rhere. was, over 300,000 pleees during for ,the schools in your Educational Division- other swatters to get 850 each. nearly 7,uuu average per geons of the country, and was formerly home was that he accldently xan across afternoon that drew tne machine at their friends are invited to be pees- - the. moth-majority of the members of any such Division Board shall be necessary to the (jlectK Flag Day. a Climax while showing in a large city W. D. Oldhams & Co' andj his friends ent Llncobi county bsp.itaMY will (lav. and about 1,000 average to each president of the American Medical As. of any teacher for service in The Chairman of each Board, beiasr sociation. He maintained a private bos. mail. east and it was such a great are- - congratuWtlSg hlsa"on nis good that day do, on( qjes paramo, sub-distri- ct Yesterday was the 124 anniversary of in in said Board, has one wJe 0 241 N. lMh &W aad it was there a member of said Board and representing. his. in pital at was like being back 3t. Try Allman & Pigg's moats. luck. Mr. Farii held five coupons. adoption by congress of the nag reltef.toliim it all matters. The County Superintendent slrall onlv- - vote unon anv matter in easftOf a Vie the . he died, ifc was bom ia Rookiagbara V A. thAsk town for a few minutes. "He When he made 'a purchase sometime rf which has remained ever since, the ejP.naty, Ya., In 1S53. and studied ia Now vote. f nvctrinred at' the 'sirfft Of tU' Base Ball Schedul-e- , was enuueu io ivo uumumcu tuvr fie svmbol of the United States. The ob At a meetiBg held last Tuesday is important that each trustee York Siata. Tivea h entered the this matter of the election ol feeacbors. Tfor could hardlv Dlav his part in Pm, but as he hadf always considered evening the looal organization of the . This week and next vjill be red He University of PooylvUia. from what he shall deem io be the best interest actthe schools in. his Educational Divisio. 21 servance is becoming annually more 'l of concert. the himself an unlucky wan, he gave tnem. Modern Brotherhood of America elected me for the Pjbkecs as they will bay trteintraL chiefly through the activity of He was graduated la 1S77. For a piques and neighborhood quarrels should ba ignored in arr effjrfc to secure for the ao" thought whatever until tk after- the following delegates to represent live ga.rn.es. here next week beside U which Next the American Flag Association. time h was resident phyakhui at the the teacher who ia to instance e do the best, work. Every effort should b noon of the drawing, when h wftttfered convention, which ftnr thi one. Ipxlngtos, WlaclW- - Ffelktde-lf&year being the one 'and "one quarter Dispeeaary and achieved have the proceeding of the Boards nnr3 Vaster R. R. Burnam has in to &e how eVae his ntaiW wettld be them atinthe State on, 4uly 0th r and Pris. will be the oppe&lug teams such a conducted regularly and! a Wsincsslike iaiin e. meets centennial there Will probably be some refutation in surgry mi. the ' have thk Month visiting. Masonia to tlM winaer, as h had H&MUm. on$ They ar O, Leuifville. W. 4- - lewsonv d, as all thew teams have Chairman. of,eoh Division Board Sorm for eoa tract with for a P, antsciat 'national effort" 'ma'de 'iroaehl-utrtmBt of diseases of woman that he the state. Oa to io fi- in dmwiai oy or nmd contract '" xTOira and AttorMjr S, A. Uf Jtoss, kuat every is it will not be a one sktod was abb to fMOd tho Gynea Bop$ filled con- - 4d np ceyeUra'tTbh. - - ifa. r r7 wide With the tat tal. your Chairman and Secretary and 4Moteat far the locals. I fceek2r elected far hm or presented to seme . work. Lat Saturday ne. sw 1 Jw a. we VT.aS bis fiyj, b if Spring lamb if hare. Choice cut a IL. tbsy are yelng now, m sfKBf iHgajea. v.Awgmt 8th W win a aiajeMfty o thethey are sura Dr. Prloe had bM 111 fa mmi ner sigiiMure. (both oesrre to call your attMHtm' to the important zact sclkooia Cultonts. above. The ilnBJlv- - that ftJie i white and ooIorwH iwi.u Con ift Bjmr. weka. JB said that, fc Mt wB with teechera ytpW: m)M. tat aw it a candidal for kiliawlnc la tkt schedule for this and enough yeaWrday t affect. Px the Monday. July 10th, 1911. The County Board isth. Edtieatiom loaeeed an ointer at the lent i Hete. Qf in lb np iwaM i aHitioa to. k. that tb OH.br oajied BHi b thfr kit pWm V ood U Uxt wek, Juik U, (today) Lextngto; girl pMtant, MtMfh paynieiawf wgd in requiring all achoote to begin Monday, July lOta, so tha&all the K;aooi of Wk IbW- morrow sad Friday, (15th and 10th) him b&fy tpMtW pr The C?rt wtt to ieoti Mf aot to overt- - biauelf. Shortly wiu OBgio va mms aay. a Miie tft Xaxt week Pri at jjYjsuqif m ith MayavUWi. banded 'IMP Uuivui Bonn CteimM at You will receive notice aftr Um pprattoo ho was aeiaod with vour Cbairwmm of the, anur aad oil 1mm Jei- ihm fMBa. ivsiQdteg vMtt paioa. rr rrimlaiii thai hm on read vitk mUrmt km- aoeount 4 hH tsMtiu. aai hand the time and place datlgnated in notice, and remember that' eX L mgly n wm Mteteff tmL MtwodielOs and weanau have wiu be (fetenoifl by the kind of teachers you cqgjdH?. tto Mth. 1a ) awn l!kiy pta Ut. wr awklog lfi .lsmm. Tb crowd ton and body. Mi HMlMf??J3wi UK, lafis or Mrs. fowefl We MiMiwtth Btea aat m Mon and A wktew and sevaa chOdraq ttr osie of the quaint b. Jtehtotog , cyclone Wmk, Mi . a..e . . Tf" i tifi to the field. Bat aaat MrittBg mam far tf T. tf Poultry Dealers Next Thursday, fg School Closes. S. S. Parkes, Pbesidext Bkxnktt. Vice Prbsidbwt CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE W N. Clfeeos National Bank 8101 J. W. CROOKE. Cashier 1 K m tf play-groun- d. R. m - ig - Sells-Forepau- colore) ,"' haf; Uwr' . 'A te anr sub-district- r,oki ks r"gfpjJethood. - iad It I ia ech 'AairiT - b'te T- t - 1 1 bo. J., W ltly. strthB er. se sat totht itoa ia Uuoc .1 to X u9 Wore i"carfullv ot WforaHie taf Mim sai Irefest fw Jtb rt wdoi mvMm w W frar w Xan Ji ef t -- uoe - at fran' .luiVaa mrfi 'bwln-Mft- t ito,iat theoMM&.W receipt Jt eouatycfci .us s. I GREAT CUT PRICE CLEARANCE V .4 1 QDISI, SHOES. HATS m 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 the 9th, a ten day'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 Look over your clothing needs and come while the stock is at its best Terms Cash To All mm Special Pants Reduced from $3, $4 and $5 Friday, June 11 Our Kenton Suits need no introduction. better than Kenton fitted Fine Suits $18.00 20.00 $12.50 14.00 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: $25.00 22.50 $16.50 for 1LM $18.75; II ;i7.00 en "7C. p I jj, $10.00 for for $14.75; Zt. CO I Original prices marked in Plain Figures on each suit, and you can see for your self just what you save S'T.T5 Boys' Suits style that make the boys proud to wear tbem. At these reductions they cost very little 1 100 Pairs 10 Most boys take pride in saying their suits come from Covington & Banks. Our suits have quality and Pants Cents a Pair Boys9 Fine Trousers Splendid stock in all desirable colors and styles. Here are some of the reductions: $1 0.00 for 7.75; 8.50 for 6.75; 750 for 5.75; 6.50 for 4.75; 4.00 for $2.75 Wash knee pants, straight bottoms, sizes 3 's to 8's m a variety of colors and patterns, original prices 25 to 50 cents, choice nowfor 10 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-anadjacent $8.00 now 5.95; 6.50 now 4.95; 3.50 mow 2,95; 2.00 now 1.45; Etc but Big lot of broken sizes, great quality,- - sizes 30 to out of style 34 waists-w- orth $3 to $5choice, while they last . for$l Jt f better stock can not be found in this "neck of of the woods" Hanan, and Beacon for men, and Thayers for boys, stand for the highest quality. A saving to you on every pair in this big sale Walk-Over A bigger and Shoes 4 There is naturally a vast difference between Cut Price Sales in a One Price Store stock, 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-Stets- on's Hats Splendid new, clean stock of shirts, in wide variety of patterns and styles, all reduced Shirts st and .stores that have no settled price 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 10 per cent discount; cents each Fresh dean stock, most extraordinary value at 19 Extra Value in Bos5 Union Suits at 19c Neckwear ; Underwear the-late- Coats and Vests at $2.50 Broken lots, sizes up to 38, out of style, but mighty Fine Spring and Summer Ties in fashions - 50c for 39c; 25c for 9c 1 . Nansook, Balbriggan, French Lisle, Poros Jnit, B. all cut, excepting one brand Scrivens Drapers of Union Suits V. D., cheap at the price for choice $250 IK You'll find our system of One Price marked in plain figures a great advantage in a big special-- . sale. of reductions as advertised, and makes buying safe and easy. Remember the Bate, Friday, " foe best selections. Cash To One And All Itjremoyes all doubt as to the genuineness Jilne 9th, and come as early as possible i J m Sterling . :t?tr I Htt BRINGS SORE FEET IS A POSITIVE CURE : : i HUMOR OF THE DAY A Mm PrtUtM tf RhmmatiflR Trfaat HMELY FOR hints (5wnf Cigar Waste. . EATS WHAT HE LHCES AFTER TAKING FREE FARMERS SAUL Clothes .ARE THE BEST CLOTHES I BenchTailored Ready to Guaranteed not to Wear - - Shrink or Fade 50 years experience die factory guarantee "in suits, all sizes' from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from ' and Furnishing- Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. - Hats Fine Line New Style J. B. Stouffer C Ides Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond Your Neighbor's Experience. Through Service to Louisville DailyExcept Sunday, Commencing May 1 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES 11:30 am 120 pm 620 pm 722 2:36 pm 726 228 pm 8:1 8 3:35 pm 825 425 pm 9:45 625 pm 12:15 5.-0-0 2.-0-0 Dow you may profit by It Take Foleys Kidney Pills. Mrs. E. G. Whit-ine- . 300 Willow St., Aron, O., says: 'For some timo I had a very serious case of kidney trouble and 1 suffered with backaches aud dizzy headaches. I had specks floating before my eyes and I felt all tired out and miserable I 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 became clear and left me, my I can cay I am a well woman, thanks to Foley Kidney Pills. For sale by Stockton & Son. eye-sight y Burnam's Insurance Agency. Don't Suppose your property should wait. burn tonight. See us. Phone 707. t f 9:45 pm 825 pm 625 pm 6:19 pm 527 pm 520 pm 420 pm 2:00 pm am am am am am am am pm Lr. Lv. Lr. Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. BEATTYVILLE IRVINE RICHMOND .VALLEY VIEW NICHOLASVILLE VERSAILLES FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE Ar. 2:45 pm Ar. 125 pm Ar. 1220 pm Ar. 11:44 am Ar. 1122 am Ar. 10:45 am Lv. 9:55 am 0 am Lv. 7.-4- Listen. Why pay 75c ts. for typewriter ribbons when the Climax can sell them to you at CO cts. and guaranteo them to give Two colored ribbons CO satisfaction. cts., single 53 cts. the best you oyer used. Call us up and tell the make ol your typewriter and we will show you a large bargin. All trains are dully except Sunday and carry tlirough coaches to and from Louisville. Train arriving Louisville 625 pm antf leaving Louisville 7:40 am runs via. SbelbyvUle. Other trains run via Lagrange. See your Local Agent for Full Particulars The woman of today who has good health, good temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion, the result 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, Culton's meat market gives, prompt delivery. Phono 125. The modern builder recognizes a good plumbing system ,03 one of the wisest investments he could make. Modern plumbing increases the selling value of a house, adds to its comfort, and safeguards the occupants from the diseases caused by defective plumbing. When you have us install a 'StotufeHP modern bathroom you get guaranteed fixtures fitted by plumbing exjrts an assurance of good sanitation and locKncr A Safe Investment coiwo We are always at your command always ready to instalL new tures or o repairing on short notice. to-d- Does your plumbing, need our attention ? Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Benj. F. Hurst, Manager Telephone 270 When 0 the Ice A dynamite, explosion would not be necessary to wake you to the fact that a 5TAR or $2l Man is King 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 accordingto size wanted TtfsUr Our Easy Payment Piatt "With the advent, of warm weather A "Do you know Trhat time the aeit eowe foot troubles to thousands of i train trill pass through here fain iwople. The Increased, temperature and , north!" asked a man who bad been Se!ctm Head of the Flock. heaviness of the atmosphere causes compelled to star of ernlght In a small lIn selecting a ram two classes of i town. persplratloa. This Kaa TeetvM VakMwa Xerttefer ia Aw s awelllnic breeding should be avoided the comewqatim brings on a series of foot I "There will bejlone In about twenty "I can actually feel the rheumatlss mon scrub, that has no good characThe treatment uunuies, repneatiue ticKet agent. troubles. being driven out of my body," la thi teristics to fix. and the "pure bred "Bully! Do yojt OTer smoke?" U 1 $ given below will be wel frequent statement made by rheuma- scrub" without individuality, whose "Yes, sometime,!." comed with joy by an artism sufferers who have experienced my of sufferers, It acts "Here's a cigar. Ton can't get any-thin-g the unique, delightful effects of tho re purity of breeding only gives him greater power to work ruin in the )Uce it in this town. I think like magic. "Dissolve two After 30 years of exhaustive tests taolespoonfuls of Caloclde ' you'll enjoy They charge 17 cents during which It has cured permanent- flock. Good individuality, backed by compound in a basin of apiece by the thousand for that brand." ly in a few weeks terrific chronic casef several generations of good ancestry, will insure prepotency with almost nn hot water; soak the feet in "Thanks. I'm afraid it may spoil my falling certainty where the ewes are this for full fifteen min taste, but I'll take a chance on it just utes, gently massaging the sore parts. the same." suitable and management correct Less time will not give the desired Great attention should be paid to the "Say, can you fix me out with a lowresults.) Repeat this each night unram's general contour. His structure er berth for St. Louis?" til tho euro is permanent" All soreshould be firm and massive, with a "I can telegraph to have one re ness disappears Immediately. Corns served for. you on the train that passes broad, spacious breast no disproporand callouses can be peeled right oft. through here at 5:30 tomorrow morntionate length of legs and well formed reduced to normal and ing." Bunions are and fully developed quarters, especithe inBiation drawn out Sweaty ally the hind quarters. His loin should "No, no; I want to go on the train and smelly feet, tender and swollen that's coming now. be stout and well knit his features Can't you fix me feet need but a few treatments. This out on bold, and a muscular neck is desirable. that one?" Caloclde Is a. remarkable drug. ForA bold and courageous eye and car"Nope. I'm very sorry I can't do it" merly used only by doctors but any riage are Indicative of spirit and rigor. "Oh, come on! You can arrango it druggist "bow has It In stock or will His head should, be long, but rather quickly get It from his wholesale some way." small and well molded. "No; it's impossible." ' cent package is A twenty-fiv- e house. "Well, I'll have to fir it with the conclaimed to cure the worst feet Feed For the Young Heifer. ductor, then, I suppose." When heifers have reached an age "Xou won't be able to get a berth BLED THEM WHITE. when they will thrive without milk from him." i "I won't, eh? Ton watch me. There's of rheumatism as easily as fresh, neti they should have the best hay that the The Treatment In Fever Cases Till a sleeper on tho train, isn't there?" cases, seems now destined t farm affords and some form of suc Quinine Wrought a Change. take the place of every other treat- culent food, such as ensilage or roots. "No." known for rheumatism, lumbago Oats are the best grain food to use as In 1832, when the French were con"What! No sleeper? What kind of ment and neuralgia. gout ducting a campaign of conquest in Altrains do you run on this line, anyhas the unique feature of pro a part ration in feeding young heifers geria, the mortality among the troops how?" ducing certain symptoms which dem from the time they are taken from the to and colonists there was frightful. "Well, this one that's coming la a onstrato arothe sufferer that the urlo acU sklmmillc ration until they are to be being surely eliminated. deposits bred. France was being continually called freight train." Chicago Record-Heralis absolutely tree from oplatei superior There is no other grain food men and to ground oats for developing upon for fresh levies of or dangerous drugs, another welcomi youths to supply this terrible loss, feature. Furthermore, It Is guarantee( the organs of maternity of young absolutely as to results. breeding animals or fb promote their chiefly from fever Incidental to the Mixed Metaphor. John C Briar, of Hockester,2f.Y breeding qualities. climate. Bishop Lawrence of Massachusetts did wonders for me H7: At that time the practice of bleeding thinks that as a "mixed metaphor" Inside of 30 days I waa cured of t ReV. J. J rneoauiUam." still prevailed. "Bleed them till they from the pulpit the following can four-ye-ar Humus In Orchard Soil. Ilocera, of IVanaiv, ti. T4 aayat u 'O are white" was the injunction which hardly be surpassed: M-- I'' 1 a wonderful remedy. It euro The humus loosens the soil particles. Broussals, the head physician of the "One of the country clergy who "was me in a few weeka of xhenraatiaBa f which in turn increase Its water caFrench, gave to his followers when rebuking his flock for their apathy nad for five yeara." pacity. The humus is essential for the Buy a bottle today and be convince growth of the beneficial bacteria of the the condition of the soldiers was re- declared that but a spark of grace reUs remarkable effects. Full expla of ported to him. , mained to show that they were at all nation of unique, safe am soIL One of the most Important parts At Bone in one year out of an effec- alive. Then, in a parenthesis, be add' powerful action is 'given in every car that clover plays Is its ability to tive force of 5,500 men, 1,100 died of ed, 'Lord, water that spark.' "Human ton. change compounds of Get at your druggist's at J1.0I the soil chemically the In an available Illness In the hospital. Most of them Life. and put them you are satisfied with it a bottle. If had been "bled to the white." as you will be, get 6 bottles for J5.00 form for the trees. The cover crop and get rid of your affliction. If you gathers, digests and turns over to the At this time lhe effects of sulphate Black and Blue. can not supply It of quinine were known, but few phy"Tour husband is not looking well druggist receipt of price you.the will b trees the plant food which It has -I by sent on sicians ventured to employ One, 'tonight Mrs. Rhymer." Co- - 2715 XJncoln Ave- - Chi stored. aiediclne Maillot, had interested himself in the cngo. Hi. The first bottle jrtll qgjvwci "He isn't, and I'm not surprised at new remedy and, going to Bone in the it" Selection of Heifers. government, .be medical service of the Two things should be taken Into con"No? Has he been overworking?" STOCKTON & SON resolved to see if it would not reduce sideration In selecting the heifers which "It Isn't that so much; it is his origithe frightful mortality, which was one nality. Why, that man is struck by are to become the dairy cows when to every three and one-hamen who so many original ideas that his mind they grow up first the individuality entered the hospital. of the calf and, second, its parentage. must be one moss of bruises." Wom At first he employed the. quinine an's Journal. Occasionally a good calf comes from merely as an adjunct to the bleeding. For Nomination For State Inferior parentage, but the instances He soon found that bleeding was killQueer. are rare Indeed. It is generally safe ing the men and that quinine was savOffices on Both Tickets "They say the man who wrote the to reject all offspring from scrub stock. ing them. Little by little he left off best description of the river Rhine bad are Given Here. bleeding, to tho great scandal of the never seen it" medical profession. "Maybo so. The man who can talk For the benefit of the thousands of CRUSHED OATS AS Exactly in proportion as the bleeding the most intelligently about an autoceased the deaths in the hospital de- mobile Is quite likely to be some fel- leaders of the Climax as wall as tl.e creased. In two years the deaths fell low who couldn't get a spark plug on voters of the county, the following A FEED FOR HORSES off from one in three and a half of all Complete list of all candidates for credit" Cleveland Plain Dealer. who entered .the hospital to one in fkate offices on both tickets are given twenty and finally to one in forty-six- . below. There will be no change in the A Busy Program. MalJIot, quite naturally enough, be. "Have you fixed the day's program?" Democratic list, as tho primary is to be Under Normal Conditions the came an earnest opponent of bleeding, "Yes; at 2 we will sail the river." held on July 1st, just a little over two but he was so actively resisted and so "What then?" weeks off and the candidates are com ceaselessly vilified that he became emWhole Grain Is Better. "At 4 we will steam to the city; at 6 ing in the home stretch with a renewed bittered toward his colleagues. we will motor, and at 8" Nearly thirty years passed before effort. "What will we do about 8?" Maillot saw the complete triumph of For Governor, James B. McCrcary of There are many who contend that "We will aviate." Spokane Chronhis ideas. Doctors continued to bleed Richmond; William Addams, of Cynthi- - chopped oats are better for horses icle. their patients heartily for all manner anna. than whole oats. If a horse's molar of ills. But in 1SC0 Maillot was made For Lieutenant Governor, James P. teeth are In good condition whole oats Gone Up. commander of the Legion of Honor and "Tell me." said the customs Inspec- Edwards, William M. Smith. Edward are preferable to chop. The horse's chief of the medical staff of the French army, and his Influence, with others, tor, "have you anything dutiable con- J. McDermott, of Louisville, Thomas molars possess great grinding power. and if required to chew his feed and cealed about your person?" In bringing about a virtual revolution Stuart, of Winchester. Well," came In n weak voice from For Attorney General, James GarneU, not bolt it the horse will digest the In the practice of medicine was fully groin much better. It is only when the pale passenger, "if I swallowed recognized. Harper's Weekly. M. M. Logan of Bowling a horse's teeth are defective owing to anything of that sort I can assure you of Columbia, Grocn, O. H. Pollard, of Jackson. old age or to some other cause that it that I haven't" Yonkers Statesman. Missed a Train That Was a Day Late. For State Auditor, Ruby Laffoon, may experience some difficulty in deal When tho Swltz City division or the Madisonville; Henry M. linger, Paints-- ing properly with whole oats, and in First Aid to a Cop. Illinois Central was built it was known that case it is advisable if not absoGuttersnipe Oo, please will yer run vlle. as the Indiana and Illinois Southern. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals, J. lutely necessary to crush the oats. in the bloke wot pinched my cap? It was a narrow gauge road; the roadIn the case of young horses under Policeman Who Is he? Mordan Chinn, Robert L. Greene, bed was bad, the engines and cars Guttersnipe Ol dunno. But you can Frankfort; C. W. Longmire, Lexington. four or five years old teething trouwere built on a miniature scale, and, bles sometimes temporarily interfere while there was a schedule, had a train ave young Bill 'ere as a clew. The For Treasurer, Joseph C. VanMeter, slightly with their powers of mastiDloke left 'is finger prints on the kid's been on time the fact would have been Lexington; Thomas Rhea, Russelville. cation, and when this is so it Is experegarded as a miracle. The road was flee! Punch. For Secretary of State, O. F. Creceltus dient and desirable to feed the oats in known as the On one Falmouth; G. B. Likens, Hartford. a crushed state. Accounted For. occasion Joslah McConnell desired to To sum up the whole subject, feed For Suprintendent of Public Instruc seems to me," remarked tho It go to Swltz City from, Sullivan, but missed the train by a minute or two. moralizer, "that more men are reach tion, L. G. Llttrell, Owenton; R. S. ing of crushed oats instead of whole recomThe clock at the station showed that ing the top now than in former years." Eubank, Lexington; Barksdale Hamlet, ones to horses is not to be mended and is inadvisable under or'Due to the fact that the ladder has Hopkinsville. the train had left Sullivan five minutes ahead of time, and McConnell "been superseded by the elevator, no For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. dinary conditions. The only cases in sued the railroad company for $5,000 doubt," rejoined the demoralizer. Chi W. Newman, Versailles; G. T. Wyatt, which It is advisable or necessary are, first, when a horse's powers of masti damages. On a trial of the case it was cago News. Olmstead; Ben F. Hill, Newcastle. cation are impaired or deficient, so proved beyond a doubt that the. tram For Indorsement for United States that It cannot properly chew the whole Woman's Independence. McConnell missed should have gone the Senator, Ollio M. James, Mariqn; Thos. oats; second, when a horse is a greedy "Woman must be independent" day before and was really twenty-thre- e H. Paynter, Greenup; D. G. Park, feeder and in the habit of bolting "I think so too." hours and fifty-fiv- e minutes late. oats and, third, when a shy "Then you will come to our suffra Paducah. gette meeting tonight?" For Railroad Commissioner, First dis feeder or bad one evinces a partiality Lettres do Cachet "I wili if Ferdinand will consent to trict Lawrence- Y. Flinn, Franklin; for crushed oats, preferring them to Lettres de cachet was the name given in France to warrants sealed with escort me home." Washington Herald. Second district, William F. Eliar, Lex whole ones. Oats fed to foals should be given In the king's seal ordering persons to bo ington; Elliott Beard, Sholby ville, and a crushed state. Although zeals can Her Chance. thrown Into prison or exiled. The eat whole oats and soon learn to do so, Miss Debutante Mercy! There's a John Newman, of Bardstown. first came Into use about 1C70 and yet the latter are hardly suitable for man In tho house! REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES shortly became one of the popular terMiss Antique Heavens! Tou run rors of France. It is said that no less The announced aspirants for Repub them, being too bard, seeing that the masticating power of a foal is unde than 0,000 lettres de cachet were Is- quick for a bucket of beer and some lican nominations are: veloped and comparatively small. sued during the reign of Louts XIV. cheese and crackers while I entertain For Governor, Judge E. C. O'Rear, and 80,000 during the reign of Louis him! Baltimore Sun. Cox. Maysville; Mt. Sterling; W. H. Linsaed Oil For Impaction. XV. In many cases these terrible docE. T. Franks, Owensboro. Baw linseed oil will correct a very His Early Training. uments were secretly sold and used For Lieutenant Governor, no an critical cose of impaction of cattle. Miss De 1'oung That handsome as a source of illicit revenue. They Give a pint every three hours till the were frequently signed in blank, and young man is so Impetuous. He sim- nouncements. For Attorney' General, Thomas Mc bowels move freely. It may be adthe holder of one of these royal ter- ply carries everything before him. Miss Oldham Naturally. They say Gregor, Marshall. ministered as a drench or with a little rors could write in the name pf any person against whom ho happened to he used to be a waiter. Philadelphia For Auditor, M. C. Rankin, Henry bran. Press. have a grudge. The national assemcounty; C. W. Parish, Woodford county. Crops For tha Silo. bly abolished this Iniquitous privilege For Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Not only com, but also Kaffir corn. Too Uncertain. of Issuing lettres de cachet on Nor. 1, F. H. Preston, Floyd county; Clayton mllo maize and sorghum are adapted 'Women patronize the drama ex 1789. tensively, but they must be assured of S. Curd, Muhlenburg county. for use in the silo. All these crops For Treasurer, no announcement. & happy ending." teve been successfully siloed. Juvenile Logic For Secretary of State Edwin Far Little Mabel's mother was expecting 'I guess that's why they don't care ley, iMcCracken county; A. J. Oliver, Hoe the Cabbage. Mabel's auntie on a visit Just as she much jtor baseball." Pittsburg Post Cauliflower and cabbage are tank was almost due to arrive a telegram Allen county. The One Destination. came, which read: "Missed train. For Superintendent of Publio In feeders and need an extra amount of hoeing. The more you hoe the better "Is there any field for new poets?" struction,-n- o announcement Will start at same time tomorrow." "Yes, potter's field." LIpplncott's. Mabel hurried home from school, exFor Commissioner of - Agriculture, they grow. pecting to greet her auntie, instead of Charles Hanna, Shelby county; D. W. If I had Eczema. Hows This? which she was shown' the telegram.-Sh- e Clark, Knox.county. I'd wash it away with that mild, soothread it through carefully and laThe Ladies World, Pictorial Review, boriously, and then she remarked: ing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle. 25c. riiirn Priscilla and tho Climax, all one "How silly of auntie, mamma!" Relievs all .kinds of skin trouble, cleanwhole year for the paltry sum of $2.10. "Why, dear?" inquired her mother. Wo will send you 12 of tho prettiest ing up the comploxion as nothing else "Well, donjt you see that If sho This offer shows 85.00 worth of maga Easter, Silk Rose Greetings, Love Scenes can. starts at thojsame time tomorrow she zines for the home at the very low Season Cards in season, etc., you ever Yes. If I had any kind of skin trou will miss the train again." Illustrat- price of $2.10 for the lot Sept to any saw if you will cut this out and send it ble I'D USB D. D. D. " ed Bits. or different address old as well as new to us Stockton &Son. with 4o to pay postage and mailing ' subscribers can take advantage of this and say that you will show them to Absurd. Real Estate. Offer. This is a great bargain. tt some of your friends. Bootmaker (who has a deal of trouble All persons desiring either to sell or you lLocal Firm WiH Continue Val with his customer) I think, sir, If N. L. MUNRO were to cut your corns I could more 9 Vandewater St New York purchase land or other property or to uable Agency. easily find you a pair. Choleric Old make rentals of same will find It to their 1 H. L. Perry, of this city, has just Gentleman Cut my corns, sir! I ask interest to place the same with me as I you to fit me a pair of boots to my olosed a deal whereby ho. will continue Notice to Creditors. am a member of the K&tional feet sir! I'm not going to plane my i be agent for ZEMO the well known. All persons having claims against tive Realty Co., of "Washington, with feet down to fit your boots! London I'emedy for Eczema, Dandruff, and all he estate of Mrs. M. E, King, deceased. agents throughout the United" States, Telegraph. tfiseases of the skin and scalp. are hereby notified to file same, proper ilexicoHaml Cuba. Also my services as Tho extraordinary leap that this clean ly verified, as required by law with jsae auctioneer may be secured by calling on Very Diplomatic "Ton aay D Skill plays an ideal liquid external treatment for skill affec- on or before June 21st 1811, or saaae rae at my resilience, No. 20G Third St, tions has made into public favor in the will be forever barred. All tfeeee'k&ew- - RIekmesd, Sy. S. E. Scott. game of lf t" m-t- f "Yes. He 'plays well enough to make last few years proves its wonderful cura- ing themselves indebted te sid?eatte it intereftUsg for an influential rriesd tive properties and makes it indeed a are notified to settle at obm. Foicy's Kidney wltbeet actually beatiag him." New valuable addition to the fino stock of R. B. Tiirley, Executor efTCrs. M. E. " remedial agents carried by the H. L. & pftrtieulary recommended fo At deceased. Perry Drug Co. chreaie wm of kidney aad bladde samples What Foley Kidney Ptts VX tMhl, It teads to adjust and coatrr They have a limited supply o HiMMflet in MnH. th kidney aa& fctoiedtr action aad r Beggar Please help e to recover dno of which will be given free to any do lor you. heading. streogtbeateg.aAtl bractaf. tel say chill. Lady Is your child teat? iikin sufferer who wishes to test the t., km s Foley XWaey Pit are a true mM- jMKaamu, in uatnera Beggar No, mum, Ms cloth are ijierit Q.f the medicine. A booklet "How saye: 'Two They are healiig, strengthen! ng , X.T.,ectWelT, and, proved id tha wL. wen est Boston TnuMcrift. . ro Preserve The bkiu." will a so e Clm to went, Mat Foley KkhMy vod oufc it w ttt most roltahWerkt teale. 'ilven to those" interested. if aaticeetie a KstaJMr te PUk take koM t vur sveteea and bate aey andkiM.I ttari evec takes be--i tear ana so prat tewtsiM-ttsag.-BAt- ate. Administrator's Notice. J jm to rid ywsMttt of your dragyiasx H!!1 uTwb mm mrSonownd . Per it claims against tim backache, dull iwtanhe, nerroua, isa All persons There k on medicine that erry a of all tb siwr- will plassp paired eyesiffe, rawily sfeottld be provided wit hM state of R. ICoimeU Bob muvmJmVt durin? ihm aUaaater month: abfe teliacs Out XMuh ma U tm-bojtr to u fiMi on SC Bill Ave., by bMb Qwttraaahwit IXarrtxxM. Remedy. i Almost I, vevmtWX s barn to pe mpM. H oeei out ym. and-exces- it It will be welcome news to dyspep- Hundreds of others would gladly testics to learn of a remedy that in the tify. opinion of thousands, is an absolute It is a guaranteed care for; indigescure for indigestion and all forms of stomach trouble, and, better still, it tion, constipation, biliousness, head V is guaranteed to do so. The remedy aches, gas on the stomach and similar;! kZai complaints. A bottle can be had at -is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. any drug ceats We all know the value of pure pep- dollar, but store for fifty make aor a if you wish to sin in indigestion, and add to this of it first send your address to test Dr. some exceptional laxative ingredients Caldwell and and you. have a truly wonderful rem- sample bottle, he will supply a free sent direct to your adedy. Mr. T. W. Worthy of e, dress. You will soon admit that yea Ga got to the point where have found something to replace salts, he could not even eat or digest veg- cathartics, etables and after many years of seek- temporary breath perfumes and other reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will ing he found the cure in Dr. Cald- cure you permanently. well's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-nof Moline, I1L, was in the same; For the free sample address Dr.-bad predicament with his stomach. B. Caldwell. 402 CaldweK bulUiag. tooK iyruo repsra and is now cured. Aionuceiio. in. For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG SToRE For-syther W. New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I wili continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply always of -- Choice Staple and No. 35. Fancy-Grocerie- s - 'D-H- -F Phone us your orders for quick delivery, The smallest order gets our closest attention as well as the largest. Remember we sell Field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay t D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Street Successor to Tate &. Son it lf All Candidates. The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. "When in town don't fail to see the new 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, M aad 35 cm geeiii For that otdisarUy sell for a iHm. Far M cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We )mv nnijihiag la Enameled Ware, Tlaware, Imported China, Glassware, Vewhamte, Brushes, Cutlery, ete., and every prioe aaarked in ptom flgwrea. Beqr : household goods here and SAVE JIOXRY 5 cents you can buy many items LEDFORD9 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building Rural Telephones Mr Farmer: Make your home as modem for your family as a eity rot dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest searkot qoolatteas at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephoae servie. wV.i vou and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small oonpored with the be efiis received. 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Main Street, West BARKSDALE EDUCATOR HAH LETT ntendency of the Hopkinsville c schools. The Man For the Place. Bilitor T. C. Underwood, presi dent of the Kentucky Press associa tien, in the HopkuHville News hra "The Democratic partv could look long and hard without finding a Democratic Party WM Demand as Its worthier or more competent candi date for the important office of state Candidate 'a Man Who Is a Pracsuperintendent of schools. Mr. Ham tical .and Experienced lett is a man who has alwavs "made Educator. good and his career has been a lbs son of energy, perseverance and iton democracy is or. The state has no more enthusi The first kw the eqmiiatioR of opportuBtty, astic and effective an advocate of wituh mesne "die equitable dfctribti-tk- n education, nor the Democratic party a more loyal snpportcr. of lDtrfligeBCc ttMMgk an t. A Builder of Schools. provision of educational In another issue he has this to Them can appear m virtue ia tlte say: cry of a "Square Deaf so tatg as "When Prof. Hamlett came to Hire eisU a Moofx4j of IIopkinEville, from Henderson, t m a sMe where society is years ago, as superintendent of the eosupoecd of individual equally public schools, there 4'ere hut tv.o by nabwe, yet to the gnat buildings. 'With the completion this masw of wham all the light ot hu- year of the high school buildings. man achievement and the s xial there will be six, at a cost of $200,- of truth are deaiod. 000, and the faculty of twentj'-thro- e 'Hi rough a permattRctly organised teachers has been increased to forty caa.paipi for edaoatiowal imptove-MD-t. six. He is an orator of readjusted idaale awt be con- ability and in demand as an after verts! into practical realities. Thm dinner speaker He is a pop' will the latest eaergies of society be utar member of the Elks, W. 0. wt frvv and opportunity will indeed and other fraternal organizations. knot at the door of every home in Prof. Hamlet is also superintend Keatwkr. cat of the First Baptist church Sun His Platform. one of the largest in the FOR SU PERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. CANDIDATE ade-qva-uequip-weninteHi-genoe, es-dovlier-itM- f( day-scho- ol, stand specifically for: A school state.'7 free and accessible to every child m A Leader In Progressive Movement. Prof. Hamlett, though only thip every rural district in Kentucky. years of age, has had thirteen years of successful experience as a teacher, rising by rapid promotion. lroni teacher of a small countv school at $30 a month to the splendid position he now holds at the hend of the Hopkinsville school system, with more than 2,500 pupils and 40 teachera under his supenntendencv. Under his direction the schools have been improved from vear to year, un til they are more than ever the pride of one of the most nrogreseive cities of the state. A dean, young and progressive teacher, who has all the elements of success in his make-u- p he is a man in every way capable of making an officer of whom the whole state would justly be proud. leader m every progressive movement, JJarksdale Hamlett will help to redeem Kentucky in 1911, and will be the next superintendent SmammmmmmmmmmmaW mmmamflL of Public instruction. (Mayor Chas. II. Meacham in the Hoplans- V. '!! T vine ivencuciaan. I ty-t- a 1 9 j Master of School Problems. From study and experience, he is roaster of the school problems of BARKSDALE HAMLETT. The improvement, sanitation and equipment of mi IB aceordnneo with the host madera rtaadards. Minimum seven JAOBtfce iorms in every district A rational and eftoeiive oomptil-or- y attendance. Practical eoncse of atwdy ; agricultural and the damwfcie and raeebaH-icarts and sewneos. Good roade and eeoeettdetiom vhare practical. Teac'tiere of Eokoknmip, character and personality. County high sekoek, accessibly located in every osenty. Improved mcffitiog for the county superintendent's office. liberal enlargement andjnainte-imbo- c of oar normal schools and Mate bm varsity as component parts of onr public school system. Headjaeimeat of our system of finencc to effect krger randte on a more economic bask. Poseoal lo datahip ia toe fidd on the part of the state superintendal ent Kentucky and is particularly inter ested in the improvement of the common schools. The News knows no Democrat so thoroughly equip ped at alt points to make an ideal state superintendent, to advance the school interests proper of Kentucky, as I'rof. Hamlett, and we would like to see him given the nomination withoat opposition.-(Elizab- eth town Aews.) Friend to the Rural Schools. Prof. Hamlett is a strong, intelli gent mend to the cause of education and believes m a square deal from the smallest district to the most in iciugcm citv in me country, ide is certainly a friend to the common schools, believes in seven months' terms, good roads and improved fa cilitics for our schools in every re spect (Mavneld Messenger.) Strong Acquisition to the State Ticket Prof. Hamlet is in the foremost ram: oi jienmcxys educators and is in every way thoroughly qualified ler the honor he seeks. We predict a successful candidacy for him and Deueve iie wiu De a Etronc acquisi tion to the next state ticket. (STadisonville family should be provided with and espef.ialf during the summer months; viz, Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcmedy. It is almost ccr- to be needed, it costs but a Quarter. Can you afford to be without it? For sale by btockton & bon. SECOND SIGHT. ' PLAYED A SHELL GAME. TH HOUSE OF COMMONS. J gy, his nderrul brain powers ara wrapped rtn this, the greatest wor); la Pitt's Day th Ksst Him-I- f A PrllsMiw4ry Jake by a Htw tawtii Afl Apftftritisw That Was a M;nr.fir f Death. Wale Ssltn. Stimulated With PrHr. to be doni! in Kentucky. Though yet speaker of the English house of Australia oace bad a great pbUo Th third Lord Templetown used t young ho is undoubtedly the best position really an- equipped man for tin? office the cessmoas holds an enviable compara- Joke, which was played openly in tlw ,t of an extraordinary tBday, but it was not until New South Wales state parliament by jthentie cas ot second sight. His state has ever produced." tively modern times that tho speaker a member who afterward becam at- brother, Henry Upton, tbe second Determination and Success In His Face ceased to be a partisan, nor was his torney general. was with his regiment abroad position always one of Its present A bill had been Introduced to pre- whea he and several brother officers A young man who seems to have dignity. In the time of Pitt the speak- test native flowers from ruthless dean old friend wearing trousers an ambition to accomplish something er was accustomed to solace himself struction. Tbe Honorable member up- jsw shirt only pass tbrongb the mess and worth while in the educational field, with a draft of porter: rose and sympathized. He informs room to another room from which and judging from that determined Like sad Prometheus fastened to the rock. the introducer of tho bill a somewhat i'tber was no outlet Tbey followed vain he pompous gentleman that be heartily and saw nobody, and the sentry perexpression in his frank open counte- In vain ths looks for pity to the clock. effects o strengthening porter approved. 'But why these invidious In sisted that no person had entered. to succeed in the nance, he is going tries distinctions? Tbe bill protected and Henry Upton wrote to his brother, Bulletin, And nods to Belamy for fresh supplies. (Daily undertaking. Manners were somewhat looser In be quoted all the botanical names in afterward third Tlscount, to request ilaysville.) him to go to their friend's lodgings In those days than they are now. Pitt the bUt A Worthy and Competent trader. himself on one occasion showed signs . But why were other flowers equally London and find out what ho was dodeserving neglected? Why were and ing cerand such an His work at Hopkinsville is a of n too copious libation, to the gods, here be reeled oft a long list of tbe tain ct suchTbe brother inhour on acomday. London and this gave rise to tho celebrated monument to his ability as a school couplet: Latin names for cockles, mussels, oys- plied and found that their friend had worker and organizer: He is abund I cannot see the speaker, Hal. Can youT ters, etc. why were these sweet flow- idled, but not on tbe day be bad been antly quidified for the high ofilee Whatl Cannot see the speaker? I see two. ers to bo blighted in tbeir bloom by seen abroad. prowling Later the landlady was asked on which sc cooks, and his broad platIt is said that on one occasion Mr. being plucked by anysomething excurin his oath as to tbe date and hour of death sionist who wanted form embraces the very best in edu- Disraeli arrived nt the bouse' and whether be bad died in a white "under the Influence" and was so buttonhole? cational endeavor. He is a worthy Tbe introducer of tbe bill promptly with a blue check. After some work- indiscreet as to attack Mr. Gladstone, offered to extend tbe list to include shirt man in every respect, having demur she confessed that ber lodger then prime minister, upon some point ed himself up from a poor boy. Al- of foreign policy. Mr. Gladstone these. So half tbe shellfish on tho did not die when she first stated, but ready he has pledged to him almost wltheringly that "the right hon- coast Including the periwinkle, were on tbe day when his friends bad seen the solid vote of the teachers of the orable gentleman evidently has sources ndded to the flowers worthy of protec- him pass through tbe mess room. It seems tbe date of demise had state, and all interested in the im of Inspiration from which her majesty's tion. Tbe officials of the house discovered been falsified on account of bis penprovement and advancement 6f Ken- ministers are debarred." Argonaut tbe hoax next day and set It right sion, which was almost all bis family tucky's educational facilities, see in But the Joke was too good to be kept bad to depend upon. And he died In AN HOUR OF THRILLS. him a worthy and competent leader quiet and all Australia chuckled at a white shirt with a blue check, his for the accomplishment of those tbe expense of tbe pompous legislator. landlady having lent one of ber husShooting the Rapids of the Hodzu things. (Hartford Herald.) London Answers. band's to him on tbe morning of his River, In Japan. death. London Court Journal. Successful In Great Undertakings. The rapids on the Hodzu river near DON'T MIND BIG NOISES. He is eminently qualified for the Kyoto must fill even the most blase of SHE WANTED LIGHT. tourists with excitement. A train from But Slight Rustling Sounds Make Giposition which he seeks, and his recKyoto climbs slowly and painfully upord as an educator has been one of ward until finally raffes Tremble With Fear. And So She Had the Windows Fixed it deposits its pasAmong tbe curious characteristics of uninterrupted success. It is due lo sengers at a quaint little siding. Exactly to Hsr Taste. the giraffe is its strange indifference him that the handtoinc new ChrisThe architectural feature ot the From here, says tho Wide World tian county and Hopkinsville high Magazine, one goes to tho river bank to loud noises as contrasted with its new house that caused a decided doschool is now a permanent reality, and embarks in a rude, flat bottomed peculiar "scarlnes3" with reference to mestic rupture was the windows. The slight sounds. Noisy sounds, like that having boon erected under the Sulli- boat which Is pushed out by four men of a man walking near in hobnailed man was in favor of medium sized into the middle of a broad river, reed boots, tbe giraffe does not appear to windows, with small panes to match van law, at a cost of $100,000. the rest of the bouse, but his wife inedged and sleepy. (The Paducah.) notice, but should it be approached by sisted npon enormous sheets ot plate few minutes one glides dreamFont a woman whose skirts give out but gloss. Right Man In the Right Place. ily along; then, rounding a curve, one the slightest rustle the sound thereof "You are away all day and do not We believe as state superintendent suddenly hears the roar of water, and causes tbe giraffe to start up with know whether I can see my band bethe boat tears down a rapid. Just missof public- - instruction, he would be ing the rocks on each side. The high pricked cars and eyes distended in fore me at noontime or not" she said, fear. "bnt I am in tbe house most of tbe the right man in the right place. banks race past death appears immOfficials of a zoological institution, time and must plenty of light (Galloway County Gazette.) inent and then, with one mad swirl, it situated near a canal, tell of a curious and sunshine." have Is all over and the boat is on the quiet instance of this peculiarity of giraffes. Bo they had big windows. Mr. Hamlett believes in the equal- unruffled stream once more. Before, ization of opportunities, and his This happens again and again for After a terrible explosion of gunpow- the carpenter left she ordered inside' greatest wish in his work is to make about an hour. At first one's whole der on a barge on tbe canal tbe keep shutters put up. The family's first ers were astonished to observe opportunity knock at the home of mind is filled with the conviction that tbe giraffes took little notice of that night in their new homo was celetbe brated by adjusting two sets of winever' school child in Kentucky. e an accident must happen, but gradu- tremendous blast. They Jumped to dow shades, one white, tbe other dark like Mr. Hamlett, and unlike mot ally comes a delicious feeling of safety their feet but almost nt once lay green, which served as a background politicians he improves on acquaint as one notes tbe marvelous skill these down again when tbey found that for two pairs of curtains, one of silk, ance. In fact, he is not a politician, men show in piloting the boat through nothing extraordinary bad happened the other of lace. On the third day the seethlug rapids and one is able to in tbeir lnclosure. But were a keeper the man helped his wife to hang addihe is a scjiool man who is well equip- appreciate the beauty of the scene. at night to creep along outside that tional sash curtains, and cs the fourth ped for the office. (The Breckinlnclosure In his stocking feet tbe queer day be found a man tinkering with the ridge News, Cloverpori.) tueien Bonaparte and Wellington. beasts would exhibit such terror that outside of the window ledge. Luclen, whom I had never seen be- one would imagine them about to dash Making a Fine Race. "He is Just getting ready to put up fore bis arrival In England, ns he was themselves in terror against tbe fences. the awnings," Bbe explained. He is a mnn of infinite ability and in disgrace with the emperor, was said Giraffes fear tbe lurking foe, and a Her husband looked at the shutters, capacity and stands upon a platform to be at least as able as bis brother big bang scares them hardly at alL To the two shades, the two curtains and to have more decision of charac- tbera the faint rustling sound is a to- tho sash curtains and the arrangethat neither trims nor tergiversates; and that begs no question nor cvados a ter. 1 have beard It said that It was ken of tbe greatest danger. In that ments for tbe awnings at each winsingle issue, Mr. Hamlett, a man of be who saved Napoleon 1on the IStu respect they are like deer. New Tork dow, and then he laughed, but she in fact bad beard Press. Brumalre, could not understand why. New York individuality and ability, an educator him greatly and. praised. My actual meetTimes. and orator, is conceded to be the ing with him, as often happens, did Many Things Different In Holland. logical man for the place and is en not come up to my expectations. lie Holland Is to me one of tbe most inSuptrfluoui Verbiage. dorsed by leading educators and tho seemed to me cringing in bis manners teresting countries In Europe, writes It was Sunday evening and likewise look. He is like George It Sims. Apart from the ex- his first caiL She was entertaining press. Prof. Hamlett is out for tho and falsa in bis Democratic nomination and is mak- Napoleon in tbe outward shape of bis citement of having to do a bit ot him at the planq, and bp was not fond ing a vigorous canvass; hestands features not ot all Jna expression. 1 Bloudln, with the edge of a canal for ot music. Of course she couldn't be year, at concert at for progression and lias the unquali- saw him last Caulzzaro's, beg her the your tight rope, at Intervals of a few expected to know that poor girl! She Ducbcsse de to fied endorsement of his home people. Introduce him to the Duke of Wel- minutes all day long, the Dutch them- was not particularly accomplished, but study. she didn't know what else to do. and He lias the credentials of asturdy lington, who was present 1 saw him selves furnish you never ending boy I love to see tbe little Dutch of be hadn't suggested anything. So she Democrat and bears the highest cross tbe room and come up bowing six smoking bis clay pipe 'or bis cigar played on and on, occasionally skip-scraping to be presented to tbe as be clings to bis mamma's skirt Lplng a few bars that she didn't re qualifications of an ideal superin- and victor of Waterloo, whose reception There is something at once novel and member and trusting to luck. Finally tendent Eminently qualified for the posi- was as cold as such baseness deserved. startling in finding Dutch cheese and from sheer weariness and to make From Memoirs of Duchesse de Dlno. a penny bun placed in front of every conversation she. turned to him and tion sought, we believe him to be guest at the breakfast table.. In a said: "the man" for superintendent of our An Ancient Rain Gauge. land where a public company is a "Papa thinks it is wicked for me to state schools. The credit of Inventing the rain MaatschappiJ and nearly every house play the piano on Sunday." Hamlett is a strong friend gauge has always been given to Prof. of restauration announces that tbe "Papa Is certainly right" he replied a contemporary of Galilei, who thirsty traveler can there obtain to the cause of advanced education wearily. "But why does he er speciSUtteriJ and Slemp," there is al- fy Sunday?" and believes in a square deal from mndo one in 1G39. bnt tbe director of the It Is perhaps needless to record that the smallest district to the most pro- tory. Korean meteorological observa- ways something to amuse you. Dr. Y. Wada, has shown that it ho was never again invited to that litgressive eity in the country. Ho is Is due to a Korean king. Tbe latter. tle flat Philadelphia Ledger. Oath of the Turkish Doctor. a friend to the common schools of King Sejo, in the year 1442 caused an The oath which youug doctors take the state, is a clean, sound and instrument of bronze to be construct- in Turkey when they come Absinth. before the energetic- teacher who has all the ed to measure the rain, and it is set medical examining board contains the Dr. B. Hercod of Lausanne in a speout in tbe historical records of Korea following pledge: elements of success in his make-u- p "That when I am cial contribution to the Alliance Temand is a man in every way capable of that this was a vase fifteen Inches called at the same time by two differ- perance Almanac points out that the making an officer of whom the whole deep and seven inches in diameter, ent patients, the one rich and the other absinth liquor, which is now prohibplaced upon a pillar. An cxamplo of poor, I will accept tbe call of the poor ited in three European countries Belstate would be justly proud. this was placed In the observatory, without taking into consideration tbe gium, Holland and Switzerland owes Is hoped that Mr. Hamlett will and each time tbe rain fell the offIt Its peculiar noxiousness to the money offered and will best have no opposition before the Dem- icials were instructed to measure the bis treatment and that Ido mynever for that it is prepared with several fact esdeheight and to make it known to tho cline to answer any call, will ocratic primary, for ha is so thorday or night sences, among them wormwood, which oughly Democratic and clean in his king. Other Instruments were distrib- during the reign of common diseases have marked toxic properties. Added views, so well equipped from all uted to tbe provinces and cantons, and or of an epidemic of contagious dis- to the action of tbe alcohol (a strong absinth contains 65 per cent) these angles, that antagonism would be al- tbe resultstoof the observations made ease." were sent court Knowledge. essences have a most deleterious efmost unjustifiable. fect on the organisms, especially on Keeping His Word. acMr. Hamlett has given a good Queer Anatomy. "Henry, you owe me $5. You remem- tbe nervous system. Even small doses count of himself, and his work at Curlou3 ideas about anatomy prevail you made me last week provoke a great Irritability, which Hopkinsville is a monument to his in tho press. It was stated tbe other ber that bet that you wouldn't smoke any more for may easily lead heavy drinkers to ability as a school worker and or- day that a man was "shot In the ticket a month. Well, I saw you walking crime. Epilepsy is more quickly deganizer. He has made more than office." Another paper says a man was down the street last night smoking a veloped among absinth drinkers than among the drinkers of the commoner good there and can make good at the "shot in the suburbs." "He kissed her big cigar." passionately upon head of Kentucky's school affairs. If "She whipped him her reappearance," "I'm not smoking any more: I'm kinds of alcoholic liquors. Dundee upon her Advertiser. you want to know what Barksdale "He kissed her back." !'Mr.return." simply smoking the usual amount" Jones Exchange. Hamlett stands for, just follow care- walked in upon her invitation." "She A Quaint Inscription. fully tho creed of tho man as pro seated herself upon his entering," "Wo An old churchyard near London Is Out of Place. mulgated by himself. (Henderson thought she sat down upon her being Aunt Prisms I am shocked at you, famous for tbe Inscriptions on its asked," "She fainted upon his deparJournal.) Maude. You permitted young Mr. tombstones. There Is one on the meture." in the tead. Jones to kiss you. Maude He only morial of Susannah Barford. died 1G52. ten years Just touched me on tbe nose, auntie. aged concluding and thirteen weeks. Barksdale Hamlett. of Honkins- A Regular Hamlet Player. lines beneath the skull Aunt Prisms It was quite out of The ville, continues in the lead for the "Did rou ever nlav in 'Hamletr" place, my dear. Maude He knew it and crossbones on her monument are: Democratic nomination for Superin- Inquired a theatrical manager of a re was, stags auntie. But you came in so sud- Her quickly was short, her thread was spunn, tendent of Schools. His surjerior cent acquisition to his company. Drawna out and cutt trot heaven, her "Everl" exclaimed the newcomer. denly, you see. qualifications for the office give him "Why. worke was done. I've Dlaved In everr hnmlnt of a decided adwntage over both his Great Britain!" London This world to her was but a traced play. Fishing Luck. Bnee came' and saWt, dlxUk't and passed opponents, who are not active school "Have, any luck on your fishing away. men. I he neonle of the State are trip?" Like a Man. awakeninir to the fact that to elect "Yes. Counting those that got away "Did Hawkins take his punishment When Dining Out and those we threw back, we almost a lawver to the agricultural depart - like a man?" asked Lollerby. MPopr got seven." Detroit Free Press. "Yes, my son." ment or a farmer to the supennten- - "You bet he did," laughed "He hollered and yelled and "What is an ultimate consumer?" dency of schools would be sheer folly, Her Criticism. "Why, he's the one who usually has and tnev arc lininir ud in tins eec- - used strong language to beat creation." Harper's Weekly. "I wish Fritz would write his figures to pay the check for the dinners, my tion at least for Mr. Hamlett mainlv plainer. I can't possibly tell from hit boy." Yonkers Statesman. because he is an eminent, active edu. Never mind where you work. Let letter whether It a 1.000 or 10,000 cater and has made a success in his your care be for the work Itself. kfsses that be sends me." Fllegende The concessions of tbe weak are the chosen line of work. The Somerset 8purgeon. Blatter. concessions of fear. Burke. Journal. There is one medicine that every ne Skr SELECT CULLINGS KNEW DE mmtCEV'S WOftKS. BETUMED HEM MAT. si Umbrellas With Windows. An umbrella with windows is th latest novelty in Paris, and we oro told that it comes from London. Tbe reason for the Innovation Is, we learn, the difficulty of getting about on account of the dangers caused by traffic, especially in wet weather. Although the umbrella with windows seems a novelty, it is not exactly new. The manufacturers give a little history of tho invention. It seems that the first parapluie a fenetres made its appearance In London half a century ago. A Russian noble. Prince Poutiatlne, was walking one day in London with his tutor. It was raining, and a mad dog rushed at them. Owing to the umbrella tbey did not notice tbe animal's approach. The tutor was terribly bitten, and a little time afterward he died in great agony. The prince was so impressed with the danger of tho ordinary umbrella that he Invented the parapluie a fenetres. Of what tho, "windows" consisted we are left in doubt, but tbe faithful chronicler tells us that the prince always carried his safety umbrella and created a great sensation throughout the European capitals. London Globe. Moving Pictures and ths Eyes. "Force the children to take back seats at the moving picture show" Is the advice of an English authority, who says that no child should be allowed to sit nearer than thirty feet away from the curtain. "Children as a rule like to crowd down to the front of the show, and the parent sees no cause for objection. But parents are mark-la- g tho 111 effects of the flickering shadow pictures. Ignorant of tbe fact that tbe nearer the child Is to the front the worse the effect upon the Immature eye. As many parents a company their children to these shovj, let them force the children to take back seats, thirty or forty feet back if possible. It would be even a better idea if tbe management of these shows would prescribe a line beyond which the child would not be allowed to sit for a nation of defective eyes may be expected If something isn't done along-thl- s line of reform." Chicago Tribune. A Self Made King. Ferdinand, czar of Bulgaria, is practically a self made king. Where once was chaos he has created law and order. He, the scion of two of Europe's noblest houses (Coburg and Orleans), had to live in a country where fifty years ago brigandage was rampant, the army disorganized, politics in the hands of a few wirepullers. Today Bulgaria is foremost among the states of tho .Balkan peninsula, its army efficient, railways extending, commerce flourishing, law and order prevailing. Sofia, the capital, boasts of the only zoological garden south of tbe Danube. Tbe king, besides being a linguist and poet, is a thorough botanist and took a deep interest in aviation when this was still in its Infancy. Argonaut , some-wh- at re-pil- Was sWttsr Posisrf n Thm Mm Dhfa't aut H M4. mW H Mm Than ths Author Himself. Have a aVv Mm. . Many years ago James T. Fields, tba The bravest man In New Ywrk md publisher, was making a collection of Ma appearance la a Broadway ster the writings of De Quincey. The es- e&e day last week. He earrfed sb says were widely scattered In various enormous bandbox, which eeatatesd periodicals and were often hard, to an enormous bat on which tie aaasi identify. Mr. Fields knew Rufu wanted what he considered an eser-moChoate as a devoted student of De amount of money refunded. T1m .Quincey and wrote him one day askman was pretty mad, and while looking his opinion as to a certain article. ing for soma one who bad the authorWas it by Do Quincey or not? ity to negotiate the transaction ha Mr. Choate replied that it certainly talked loud enough for everybody to was. Thero could be no mistaking the hear. I stylo of the piece-- A few weeks later "My wife bought this hat" ha said. Mr. Choate received through Mr. "She doesn't need it She has already Fields a letter from De Quincey denybought three bats this season. She) ing absolutely and somewhat indigpaid $35 for this one. She has never nantly the authorship of tbe article. worn it it Just came home last night1! to 1 can't afford to throw all that money But Choate was not of the stuff j yield his opinion for a trifle like that away, and 1 want you to take the hat; He wrote to Mr. Fields: back. She wouldn't bring It down, so "I still believe that De Quincey wrote I undertook the Job myself." the essay. De Quincey to the contrary "By the side of that man Napoleon notwithstanding." was a cringing coward." sold the Doubtless Mr. Fields read the note young woman who bsd made tbe sale. with a smiling comment "That's Just "Imagine him flouncing Into a Parisian like Cboate's confidence in his own millinery shop with a bat that he Judgment!" didn't want Josephine to buyl He Months elapsed. One day there came couldn't have done it Very few men a letter from De Quincey containing a can. Once In a long while some poor humble apology for his previous blunNew Yorker with the courage of desder. By chance ho had found in his peration In his heart returns merchandesk tho manuscript of tbe very article dise which he cannot afford to buy for In question. Written as It had been his wife, and his audacity upsets the years before, it bad passed entirely whole store for a month." New York from his mind, "and you may tell your 'Sun. he concluded, young Boston lawyer "that he knows my style batter than I THEY LIKE SHARP FOOD. know it myself." Ch4 Bn us OUT FOR THE FEES. Corporation Directors Want Their Rights and Usually Get Them. A large corporation held a directors' meeting a few dnys ago. As the meeting was coming to n close one of the directors, reputed to be worth $10,000.-00ran in all out of breath. Just as ho entered the other directors were making their exit says the Hartford Lions Gobble Up Porcupines, and Camels Eat Spiny Cactus. A note in the London Field draws attention to lions that eat porcupines. It would appear that an animal protect- quite secure from attack. Yet If we may trust the account given, it appears to bo a habit on the part of tbe lion and not an Isolated occurrence. Captain Dnmbell had been told by a native hunter that the lion was In the habit of eating porcupines. And this has been confirmed by two English sportsmen. T. Klrby, for example, has taken c. porcupine's head from tbe stomach of a lioness. Others relate that It Is not uncommon to find lions with porcupine quills sticking all over their noses, faces and paws, it seems to argue some indifference to pain on the port of the lion, as well as a fancy for porcupine's flesh. Compare this with the case of tho camel, which a distinguished traveler describes as calmly chewing up a very spiny plant with tbe blood dripping from Its mouth I The cattle in some of the arid parts of America, again, browse on that spiny cactus. And in some parts of tbe English coast tbe horses browse on the prickly sea holly, while the donkey's partiality for this-ties is well known. Incidentally sncn cases seem to show that spines In nature are not such efficient protectors as some have supposed. 1 0, News-Democr- at, "Look here," tho incoming director shouted to tho chairman, "I want to know why I haven't received notice of this meeting." "1 am sure I don't know," the chairman said. "Notices were sent to all directors. You surely must have received one." The director finished- - up an excited tirade by saying, "I wnnt my rights." Just then the secretary was brought Into conference, who in turn handed the late director an envelope. He departed with a smiling countenance. This recalls the story of a New York corporation where $20 for each director was laid on the table and those who attended divided the whole pile. If half came each got $40. The members were men far advanced In years and In riches. One day it stormed violently when a meeting was to be held. Tbe executive officers did not believe a single director would be there, but every man of them was on hand, each having figured out that nobody else would appear and that he might swipe the entire allowance. Courant Sleight of Hand Poisoning. lore I chanced to light upon, wrote George Augustus 8a la in one of his letters, may be called the feat of poisoning by sleight of bond. You were Jealous of a lady, and you wished to kill her. Well, you asked her to lunch, and yon caused a very nice peach to You cut the be served at dessert fruit with a golden knife, one side of the blade of which was endued with a deadly poison. You presented the poisoned half of the peach to the lady, who ate It with much relish and then dropped down dead. The wholesome half you ate yourself and laughed in your Bleeve and went on slicing more peaches for the ladles of whom you were Jealous till you were found out and broken on the wheel. Aye. there's the rnbl What high old times we might have, to be sure, but for that plaguy contingency of being jfound outl A very curious item In toxicologies) Cas-tell- i, "Tap-pcrl- j, It Is not enough 'to stop tbe progress of a steamer, but an Incident of this nature occurred recently off the coast of Australia when a huge sunfish became wedged under the port propeller of tbe steamboat Fiona. The engine, as the account states, was brought up all standing and the steamer stopped to investigate the cause of the trouble. It was impossible to extricate the fish at sea, and the steamer, which fortunately was provided with twin screws, proceeded slowly on her way with only one engine working. Tbe fish was removed at Port Jackson and found to weigh two tons fourteen hundredweightMuseum News. Pigeons as Military Aids. Pigeon flying is something more than a sport in France. "The practical side has appealed to tbe government," writes Consul Haven from Boubalx, "and as a result almost every garrison is fitted with a loft, where pigeons are trained for use in time of war and daring army maneuvers. Several years ago a decree was signed forbidding the keeping or training of racing pigeons (pigeon voyagers) by foreigners residing in the country. A French citizen to keep such birds must first make an application to the civil authorities." Telegraph Tolls In England. The Great Britain telegraph charge is 12 cents for the first thirteen words, including the address, and 1 cent for every additional word. Ith the exception of words which are ordinarily written as one or coupled by hyphens, no combination of words is counted as ono word. Such abbreviations as "can't," "won't," "don't," are counted as single words. Figures are counted at the rate of five figures to a word, fractions according to the number of figures employed, the mark of division being counted as a figure. Washington Post Big Fish Story. often that a fish is large graved on many small objects, but only one person ever has been patient and painstaking enough to inscribe a complete prayer on a grain of wheat One day Sir Moses Montefioro received a small tin box In tho malt On the cover of the box was. written. "A prayer for Sir Moses Montefiore. by Baucb Mordecai. son of Zebl Hlrsch Scbeinemann of Jerusalem." The box contained a single grain of wheat on which were Inscribed In characters so small they could only be read with the aid of a powerful microscope the 3S3 Hebrew letters of the prayer and the date of the year (Hebrew reckoning), 5645. Sir Moses kept the prayer in his private desk until he died, and it is preserved with religious care by one of bis friends. Merry-go-roun- Wheat Prayers have been written and On a Grain of en- - -- Coming across tbe Revere Beach ferry, were two men whose antics attracted considerable attention. The younger would step around to the right Bide of his companion, and with in a minute the elder would make a corresponding shift. At last the elder became irritated. "Say, what are yon trying to do, shifting around like this?" be demanded. "I'm deaf In my left ear and was trying to get where I'd hear welt" the younger replied. 'And I'm blind in my left eye and wanted to see what was doing," said the other. Boston Journal. Settled. Old Gentleman (at his daughter's wedding) My dear, I don't see how I am to get along without you. Bride Oh, that's all right pa. Since the ceremony was performed my husband has confessed that be hasn't enough saved to start housekeeping, bo you won't lose me after alL Thinking to have some amusement at Pat's expense, one called out: "Hello there, PatI I'm look the real goods. How much more of yours able to draw?" "jjegorra," said Pat I can exactly, but she seems to be drawh the attenshuu of lvery fooli! town." HonsekeeDer. 8Ieep and Dreams. engaged. Tbe only perfect sleep Is that which is dreamless. The moment the sleeper begins to dream he begins to work, and the more vivid and protracted the dream the more intense, naturally,- - becomes the work. It Is possible that at no time during the Waking hours of life Is the brain so active as It is in the strange business pf dreaming. familiar sights to tbe people of the town of Garry. The maro was lean, blind and lame, but by dint ot much coaxing Pat kept ber to the harness. One day while leading ber to water he had to pass a corner where a crowd of would be sports had congregated. Pat and his little brown mare were Her Drawing Powers. . The brain is mora active while en- gaged in dreaming than when not thus' - Tit-Bit-s. Dubb-lelg- h. Cause and Effect "There are many delightful dishes to be mado from left over food." That's nice," responded the young bride. "There's a great deal of food The President's Train. All along the railroad line when the left over since 1 began doing the cookpresident's train is on the way the ing." Washington Herald. switches are spiked and every precaution taken, and each engineer feels Giving Him a Tip. that his reputation is at stake to Hica I don't know how to tell you maintain Just such a pace as will haw I love you. Her Don't worry bring tbe president's train to its desti about that I'll take it as it comes. nation safely end on time. Besides What you want to get nervous about this, the president always has a guard Is how to tell papa about it Toledo of secret service men, who, planning Blade. ahead and knowing Just where and when he is to be at certain towns, ,sd MtS make every preparation for hts aafa. Ward ty. National Magazine. Beecher. A Treasure of a Cook. Mr. Newedd Whatl No cook stovs In the bouse? I gave you money to buy one. Mrs. Newedd Yes, my love, but I found I hadn't enough to buy a stove and hire a cook, too, so I let the stove go. But the cook Is here, and she's a treasure. , She has Just gone out to get us some crackers and cheese. Tommy-P- op, His Idea For Theorist what Is a theorist? yZZr? 1 tWnTbeTlelrnm'g .. w . Z rrog. rnuaaeipnia Record. Success Comes Only at End of Effort. Journal.) An Ideal Superintendent Barksdale Hamlett, of nopkin?-villis the most advanced, intelligent and capable man in the state for superintendent of public instruction. "He knows the needs of the state in all educational matters and would make an ideal state superintendent of public instruction. (H. . Endorsed by Educator. asd Press. A. Summers in The Elizabethtown of the Iventsckj' News.) An Prof. Hamlett possesses all the Educational association, one of its live etsgjaW incorporators, and up tjHalifkRtioBS to make the state an to Use isreaent time a mcmler of it ideal superintendent (Cadiz Eec- hoard of directors. An The Men of ths Hour. of the Fourth UeagrefwonaJ JJistrict hoard eram- amCMCMti : a Ballard As he is seen jiafsn me career as teat her is snsnYeoman: Amdenrr, liardin county. he nral district and Mr- - "The most casual reader can eea hour, the W'JSMS.- 'm princinaT 1H him & man f tm Cf all par- - I Con don, wtmtm l.in unite Henderson e, msh-Jkatioex-sta- natch for the means with which to odnaate himself, and secceeded to the agrtent that he was graduated from the Hamden-Sidne- y Ooilege of Virgtaia, wifii the Orator's medal of c of nineteen. his class, at the ( r rem Polk Johnson's History of Koattteky, in Hamlett stand's at the very top man of strong individuality, keen among tne mentaUiy, and a broad httmanria-ria- n His friends educators of our slate. predict with all candor amxk, whose interest in hie fel- that he will go into the fight with low man k sincere, while his work is the solid hacking not only of his alw&jre actuated hy a desire to adheme county, but the entire second visee the cause of education. congressional district. (Daily He woriwd in the tobacco jjeader, niton. Tic subject of this sketch is a Solid Backing of Home People. Reputation rm Props Let us build you an inch ad. in this paper; a column ad., a page tuL, or any old size ad. Let It tell in forceful terms: Ads. as II asssV II II. IP I PRINTING and; don't know how it should be done, consult ' 'I Vv. . If you want ;t r 4 ST x ii 1; What you've got to sell Wht it's worth Why it's best at that price 1 3: te by-th- e Soch an advertisement kTfebi paper-wil- l bring :'iie:: Climax Printing Company tV ' K - bikers who hardly knew yoa existed hesbre you J .JkiEK I - iiiiir 1. 1 A mm. A . - . . . - Li".r''.. a 4