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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 21, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911062101_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 21, 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. 1 i THE isee I . .it K II . I . lBI ,. . 1! XI I . I . CLIMAX 1 1. fl Hh YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNLSEfAJf , JUNE 21, 191 ' L. R. B1ANT0N Rock Wholesale and Retail Coal, Eecd, Salt, Sand, Limet And AH. Kinds of PlastenMaterials Old Dominion Portland Cement Cor. Main and B. Streets TELEPHONE SS N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder re want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS the least money A hint to the wise is sufficent N. V. WHITE RICHMOND Sfreet, below First -a - -" i. Kill, . . paid Ij rofundod m tact nwmVers i ujimr penalty by way of sales progress or getting tho money to the comrniswaft ohtirirod hv the association growers after they didsoll. Kproportiw to the iiiiiouiit paid in tty "when it docglhe sollmg. . thqm; IT cents all at fine 1007 crop sold it is nouuream. jfitw&rHs m ono frtftfe," and it was rtiiie ffr 5 That all books, and accounts be months before we Can; Organize a Business1 opou at Jill itmea for insnqclion. by atly seotlQB af tho country why won't it received a penny, the farmers got tired Kentucky. ? worK and all members and that dupJlcaj 3 And Make More Money. ,of wailing for their pay. Some will say hills of saje, shipping charges, inanetjyf it was a blg thing to take inhands. So Mr. Merchant ion, otc, oo sent to .the rarmor wJh it was, but just thinks wo had been in J July 1st will soon bo hero, You will tho habit of cultivating and delivering ilf. Green Clay, a Madison county 'tire monay for his crops; C And last, and by for most im"po) farmer, who is constantly studying:' the tho whole tobacco crop to tho American want to collect, your outstanding accounts, ' Have vou sot tho noc real tough problemns that como in a lant, that no person' whatsoever mai Company in less time than our leaders farmers life and the best way to over- own stock in the association or bo a)) cssary, stationery, loiter heads, bill were delivering tho crop whon it was come them, has another excellent sug officer of it w!a 1 not and has net heads; onvJopos etc? Look up your already In tho Jiogsheads; 'probably some-wor- e gestion to make hnd offers the follow- been owner, Jeasgr or oojUrolIer of I'amj stock and send us your orders. trying to buy certificates. ing. in "the district of tho association, aisl Now wo bolievB in "getting a good Climax Printing Co. "Taking it for granted- - that the dependent inantfjor part on"tIfsucoQcj$ price for our crop but wo dont want to business advantages in. cooperation oi nis tarming operations for a livings got rich too quick, wo would rather go and union among farmers ,is recognized a IUUO slow and wo will stand it bettor." by all thinking men it is in line during to the amount of cash jiecded ttf It is worso than usole'ss to take any these days af progress to consider the start and conduct such ou Qrgamzatlon;; medicinos internally lor muscular or matter seriously. The suggestions It needed Tut 31000 to start tho asociat rheumatism. that is needgiven below are taken from an organiza- ion spoken of. 'Asido from tho one 6) Prominent Tobacco Grower chronic free application AllChamberlian's ed is a of tion lhat has proven, by six years trial, more dollars for tho purchase of stool; Liniment. salo by Stockton & Son. Of The. Bluegrass Says of great financial, benefit to members fpr tho privilvje of membership there lt Farmers Want Too Dan I! reck, fire, lightning, cyclone without extra burden, oxpens'6 or risk. no rosposibilliy or liability imposed 03. and live stock insurance. It is simply a farmer's business organ- law of tho aoolatlon thoro is no need tf Much. isation that does a successful business. of it. With a view to applying the same Note this; while an individual may An Acquired Taste. rules to an association of farmers in, own many shares of stock oaoli holdor A prominont tobacco grower of tho I remembor, I rcmomber say. the eight or nine cpunties of the of ono share shall have an equal voico Bluograss lit writing to tho Flamouth The girls I used to like; Blue Grass section of Kntucky, con- in tho management of the association. Pcndletonlan concerning the dofunot They didn't run a motor car, The idea is tho banding tozothor of far 1910 sider these ideas; pool says: Thoy didn't rido a bike. 1 The sale of cattle, sheep, tobacco, mers to mako more money on tho "Tho tobacco question seoms to be They didn't play tho games of brldgO'. hogs, hemp, oats, hay, potatoes, etc., things they now grow, incure no intno 1910 pool was defeated. Or rush tho bargain sales, all or any of them, through a sales creased risK, shoulder no extra burdon, doad sinco Some of our kind frionds have been They didn't go to problem plays agent acting for a salary or sot commis- bind thomsolvos to no irrevocable conpoking fun at iia because wo suggested, Or read erratic tnlos. sion. The agent to bo employed each tract volunteering in all things as. they early in tho season of 1910, that wo year by the stock holders and to be themselves seo bosk I ro'mombor, I remembor would not try to pool tho crop and that chosen from some line of work especial- to An agent oi ono or iqpro inousana Tho girls I used to woo; tho American Tobacco Company would ly fitting bim for such workr with the farmers in any Central Kentucky town, diUn't'woar their shirtwaigts then givo ura priee. Wo behoved it then Thoy provisions that he neither grow or own knowing what crops aro being raisod, So vory peekaboo, and wo bolievo yet, that if had gono to any of the produce owned or grown by what stock is boing fattened, and when pretty hair tho company and mado them a fair Thoy didn't blench their members of the association; it will bo ready for market will bo able proposition fhoy Or wear those'hats like t ubs, would have given us a 2 That members bo required to sell in season to fill orders promptly to milmuch hotter price than wo aro gottlDj They didn't have a nightkey through the sales agent, paying the set lers, wholesalers, paoking houses Or go to women's clubs; or aro likely to get soon. But no, our tax or comission to defray the expenses manufacturers, exporters and tho like leaders must go ahead and fight thorn I remember, I remembor of the association, but, however, with in largo and small Quantities. Tho The girls that I have kissed; to a finish whethor tho real tobacco the provision that ho or she may sell financially advantageous position of to or not and conse- Not one a Christian Scientist, growers1 wanted his or her crops individually by iaying such a porson cap be readily soon. Not ono a suffragist, quently tho Burley Sooioty was forced the set marketing charges of the asIn place of tho stock trader of your to mako an unconditional surrender, Thoy didn't run a chafing dish sociation to the general agent; county going from point to point gathor Nor smoke a oigarottc; and of courso wo can only expect just 3 That sales bo made by the organi ing up a load of sheep, hogs, or cattle, nUch as they seo fit to aive us. Well Thoy lived a quiet simple, lif o zation whenover a member asks that It and rightely oxpecting to sell your stun" Those girls aro Hvingyct! there never was a battle lost without a ho done po delays, no arbitrary price at profit enough to compensate him for I remembor, I remembor cause, so let us look about the oauso of sot, no holding back money or crops his labors, you will have your agent in 190(5 The girls I usod to see, . except at the option of the member at all times to aot for you, thus saving defeat of the Poolors. Bok Speakers preached "Equity" all ovor I wouldn't want-tsee them nowjpRJf wishing to sell; to you tho stock trader's profit and the So out of bo. the state, which is a good thing; wo got jOjt man's toll whiah now comes 4 That any sum of money remaining commission pretty well organized, were going to sell I'd be.nn old baok number dub in the hands of tho treasurer at the end out of you before your slock reaches at a fair prico and practice "Equity" " To like them nowadays; of the year aftor all expenses have been tho packor. In other words, your but about this timo along comes some I much prefer tho modern girl agent will save to you the middloman's "monoy hunters" looking for a snap, With all her modern ways. profit. and first thing wo know we had a Instead of paying your share of the ''Burley Sooioty" taokod on to us, with 2 ow is the time of year to feed your incomo of tho wool trader, tho live oures a shrowd wealthy man for president; fowls a good tonic. stock buyer, tho hemp broker, the with a spirit of revongo, Lim- and a love for Cholera, Roup, Gapos, Canker whoat and corn purchaser, tho tobacco to boost berneck. Whea fed as a preventative the "Almighty Dollar, warehouseman, and the dozen and one speculators that yearly pick a living tho price clear out of reason. They did it not only keeps them healthy, but fron tho farmer, you will pay only your succeed in getting the price so high makes them lay. Priee 60c No Cure, Is now a summer as well of tho salary of tho ono that small pro-raNo Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, took notice as a winter remedy. It man, your agent. The balance comes wont the whole world business, whonand StocTtton & Son. if into the tobacco to you. has the same invigorating Try it undor the guarantee. Ask for Onco in such an association you are we had kept the price according to our efand strength-producin- g not irrevocably bound to any contract. jtroaching, at about wbatgvo can afford booklot on diseases of poultry. fect in summer as in winter. You can step down and out by simply to raise it lor, (say irom lu to 15 conts) Try it in a littlo cold milk or surrendering your stook, or if you do" thoro never probably would have been so Madison Institute will bo opened water. not want tho general agent to sell for ALL DRUGGISTS you and do want to remain a member of much expanding or tho territory to grow during the summer months for a few 4t the association that can bo done by pay- - tLe weed. Another reason was the slow select boarders. Farmers, i . 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These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfed relaxaone-six- th if It -- tion Made in the beft qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. i Four Grades, of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 ' dato-thoy'- d Style A. $22.50 IU-11-- al When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you getthe besl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. Well gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every.Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. ta OLDHAM & LACKE Y Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 40-5- m Night Telephone 136 W. 8. O. 229 R. O. L. We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each Hust ; Store " . We Sell May Manton Patterns JOc Each 'Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASY MONEY Have You Bought That Spring Suit? Take a look Woud you like to save a few dollars? "It's easy money "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co; Remember we specialize $10 and $15 values in Men's and Young Men s Suits at-o- ur r--- 5 ' Wnrriod feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and, women of our age. Complete assortment of Spring goods in all .Iihesr including the greatest line of 1 TitScyi"Foot-Ezer"- ,, is a. remedy. It Is a scientific arch support pr cushion that supports tho muscles and ten-- " dons and gives them strength to carry the treirht of the body at the foot arch. . , It does fvray with all nervous and muscular natural elasstrain and quickly replaces the flat-fowith ticity to the foot and prevents consequences. its painful or staadiasr nbsolaiy comfort, i Hakes walMne able, keeps shoes in shape and giyej the insteps mtrfn arch. I The SchoH TootJJsater" is made I ot J -- Elite Skirts and Waists .for Ladies we have ever shown '& sn c&twoGenautftverspniiieaui. K er covered. Bulls springy, nexrae to an leet .m" and 9 It Sofner Harariltiii R4 Mpin a andean se easHr sappea Into ny thoe. Her do cot needtsektazor 1 pMttejfbutare ' eassyenascea . from one pair to another. If you hire any foot treeUe wkstsoever the i you latBt relief wlU EehoB ,' a weQ as rest and comfort. ir. AVI fesr mm and we en. XJ36 IXC comfort and the. We arebeaJaaarters for foot principal U one of SfiwB We want your money and you warft all it will buy in ;exc were neverso prepared to iYeyou values asnowi'y IWfe ' t ' -- Mki TJEi" .Respettully i - r o t In CP -- .V , Richmond II u Bankrupt. He Roofed and Catharine White attended the bu fet lir3cheon ojlven in houor ef Miss Mat Wood row, a well known merchant After Maktofn verv exeallent suoeeh Edna Earl Hinten of Farauy me jaisses of Valley View filed in. behalf el bta oaa alia ty. Judge O'Rear petition la. Van Meter ol Winchester. Mies Hinton bankruptcy last - week, before A. K. Democrat Prtrnftry wiM be-fiel- d wu accompanied 4 the Base ball Bark every gem ia cur fine eoitec Is one of the June brides. last Friday, whore he helped W- - tkm of jewels is, and their rich tnejooet Keieree. . hsurnasi, Jr., and eat fedfooo master Wallace root forthe Pioneers in color SHdJbrilliancy and uniMr. E. H; Bybee has gone to Ashland deeply interested. Hockaday. tbe game with Xaytville, and 'wa. visit to his son Mr. W.L. Bybee, Crop Good. for a petting jAf much disappointed in tha defeat as any que and exquisite v who is a prominent business man of that bSI wheat crop is agood one and the One of Madison county's oldest and The city. Injwrltlnj? to the Climax Mr, harvest is here. The farmers should All Madison county Is deeply Interested most highly rsepeeted, citizens passed one of the fans. make them fit gilts for a Itvbee said tuat Ashland was one of the disgruntled, if one crop Jails in the comimr Democratic primary Swing lamb is here. Choice cuts at Queen. We have everything: most wide awake little cities in the not he comes on bountifully to make which will be held on July 1st, Saturday away last week, when Dr. William L. another Hockaday answerd the last call, Born country. The whistle of thq week. The Democracy of the state is and reared within a mile of the place Culton's. up the deficit. that is new and novel in pins, I. AV. BridccsAhe newly elected Sunt thresher. will be heard' ere lone and the demanding that Senator MiCreary, of where be died be helped to uphold the Fla Raised. it is rings, ear screws and drops f o.iiiirnll Hirli School, lias i us t closed song of the reaper will bo roplaced this city, be made tho Standard bearer excellent name of the citizenry, of in the filial election to bring the old Madison connty by being a power for a very successful institute at Lewisburg j by the hum of the noisy separator. The pennant gag, won by Paris last at prices that are remarkable commonwealth again into the folds of right and good in the community year in the muegras league was raised Tenn, nasentereaunicago university democracy. Madison county must do where he resided so long; His parents yesterday thn summer term Sirs, linage is spena A Raise. with appropriate exercises at for their low figure her duty and not a democratic vote were also natives of this county and inrthn summer with her mother at Bourbenl-tepark. before The nostmasters at Stanford, Bar- - should be bo registered away from tho were pioneers of great courage, who the Lexington and Paris It was and a Cadiz, Ky. gama to boursville, Jackson, Lebanon, London, pools. Every voter should como out left to their children' that rioh legacy, the crowd large witnessed the ceremonies. fr v. T. Rico and children are and Williamsburg will be given sub- and help to sivoll tho vote for tho great Dr. Hock "to line spending several weeks with Mrs. Rice's stantial increases in salary, beginning statesman and our citizen. The weak adaybo good ia to bo great". proffessloru The flay, which is a handsome silk chose medical banner with "Blue Grass pennant 1010; mother. Mrs. Carrie Davidson at Lan the first of the vear. Tho office at opposition that developed sometime ago, young in life, the his work, and as after won by jfarw" In largo leteers was caster. Mrs. ltiee will return Juiy isi.. London is raised from S1.000 to Sl.SW dwindled down to about nil, and the with honors and Mr. and Mrs. Rice will move into while the others are given a $100 only cry against the Madison man is graduatingPhiladelphia, at the Medical furled from, a sixty foot pole planted in College, returned to deep center field. Appropriate music the house to be vacated by l'rcsiueni increase. by a few newspapers who are sup Madison, where be has practiced suc was rendered followed by a presentatmade is Crabbe on the Summit. porting the candidacy of Mr. Addams. cessfully for the nearly forty years ion ot the flag by tho president of the James Of course it is a Democratic fight and Enjoying the rural life in preference to league, Dr. W. C. Ussery. To '.Cincinnati. The many friends of Mr. The response Gentry will be sorry to learn, that ne Mr. James Leeds has cone to Cin there must bo harmony above all thlngs, the city, ho remained in the country on behalf of the Paris boseball club and days suffered a stroke of paralysis a few cinnati where he will take a course In but it seems strange to the thousands and in addition to bis large practice, be Manager McKernan was delivered by ago and is quite siok at his home on the the Nelson Busines College- .- Mr. Leeds of voters within tho state that any op has been noted for hisoxtensivearming rresiuent j. . uacon. the rour mue roau. xnis is mo ewuu was a member of the class oi ui oaiu-we- ll position should have developed to interests and the breeding of high class II. McCreary. Madison county saddle and harness horses. Tho noted time he has been forced to take his bed Htirh School and is n very James Prominent K. of on account of paralysis. to Richmond. nromisine your e man. He is 'a son of will give a majdrlty that promises to sire ' ilex i'eavine ' brought his name outdo any race ever known bofore. as a before the wholo country Thn many friends of Rev. Jasper K. Mr. and Mrs. W . L. Leeds. At the memorial services to be held All First-clas- s successful breeder of winning saddle at tho Christian chuach next Sunday to Be Smith, formerly pastor of the Firt Pres your Gwynn Busy. nopkin's styles are rightr-B- uy horses. Dr. Hockaday was twice mar oy tne local lodge, Anights byterian church, will rejoice to know of Pythias, ried, his first wife being Miss Louella Rice & Arnold. colors that he will return to Kentucky for a straw hat from Dr. J. A. Gynn, Editor of the R"ch-mon- d Woods, of this county. She died in two very prominent members of the We keep the best one on the order will be present and will probably isit sometime m July and will stop in Sentinel the colored 'Journal, 1SSG to three At Jackson. Riohmond for a stay. While here lie spent soveral days this week In Ohio. union;andMessrs. chsldren survive that assist in tho exercises. They are Lawson,r Walter and Grand Chancellor R. L. Slade pulpit. will occupy and Mr. Bon Hurst has been awardod the Tho doctor expects at an early day to James all of Madison. He was united market and every owner Muslin Union services next Sunday evening plumbing contract on tho improvements make a thorough canvass oi Central In marriage to Miss Mary Adams, of this Grand Keeper of Records and Seals. -- -. f ... court luuu&u nt itiunouti. Mi. 'P Kentucky. He is booming the Sentinel county several years ago, and sne sur- J. W. Carter, both of Lexincrton. u viH be held at the Christian church. to lue will testify to its great worth. nave been here on many xiiose Dr Scanlon will occupy the pulpit. S. Todd, of this oily, was recently and is meeting with fine success. vives blm, besides two sisters, Mrs. J. other oiuciais occasions like this and will be Lowest Our T,t nvnrv citizen remember these Sun- - awarded the contract for tho woodis Best C. Adams, of Silver Creek and Mrs. warmly Our Quality x welcomed. Hard Luck. ditv . services, one church only work. Richmond Is furnishing a great The main secret in this one Bettio Million, tof Valley View. He was j ui in ihn citv neinir onen uunnE me x'. amount of brains to holp improve other in his sixty eighth year. Tho funeral 2 P.M. All Sir Knlghths Assemble at Circuit Clerk Roy White says he is an sections of the state. weather. All are coruiany invueu. at is its cork lining. Cork is unlucky man. Several mouths ago he services inwere conducted whereMt. Zion Castle Hall country, he had 2:45 P. M. Order procession to Christian Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Enright wero the insured his barns and all stock against church his the Wireless.; membership since a young cnurcn host and hostess last Thursday at an fire, lightning or tornado, except one neiu acknowledged by scientists On last Thursday afternoon, Mrs. S. fine hog, which he expected to sell very man, by lie v. iiarncs last Thursday and 3: P. M. Meetlnir called to order bv dinner at their country home in interment followed in Richmond como- - j. a. jessup, unanceior O'Dwyre of St. Mark's E. Scott received a wireless message soon. Lighting-visitehonor of Father him last Sunday to be the best Bro. E. C. McDougle church and the four visiting clergy, who from her daughter Mrs. P. h. tanslcr, evening and. tore a big hole in one of tery, where tho beautiful Masonic burial Invocation Hymn the Forty Hour who is on the ocean steamer Merrimac,- his barns and killed til 6 hog, which was service was read. The deceased was Choir assisted the pastor in uninvlnir a bridal triD cruise. The mes- the only head of stock in tho barn that merabor of Richmond Commandery, Heading from Book of Law of heat, and the manner in Devotion services hsre last wcok. . " ' was taken on at. Kinvo it.... jno. lv, Jvniglits Templar. . iiaueraa was not insured. Prelate Frank Russell Ireland, of the Stan- sul'b Superintendsnt snip was enrouie iojucksou- Selection while the Quartett v.htch it is used in this Re ford schools, was in the city last week ville- - Both bride an!d croom declared introductory speech Official. doing some special work for the Ameri- in the message that they were greatly - E. C. McDougle Broaddus , Bro.can Book Co. He is one of the liveliest onjoying the ocean voyage. frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low oro. W. U. O. Mrs. Hannah Broaddus, ono of the jiemonai Auoress lion. L. B. Ilerrington makes his wires in the state in the developing ol or a nigh School. The for Representative beloved women of tho Waco section of Hobbs. Loiineton announcement all departments Who makes tho best hats? Hopkins' Selection figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your . Choir Mrs. John Harris and children, of Normal was the only base ball Rico & Arnold Solo subject to the action of the Democratic tho county passed away last week at her Prayer Rev. E. B. Barnes Louisville, are here for a visit to Prof. Slate to defeat the Stanford High school at Baltimore. " party. In this lssuo of the Climax.- - He borne nsar Moberley alter a lingering team Agents. 2 .Quartet J. B. Harris and family. while stands on his past record and asks an illness. She was fifty nine years of age Selection in three years. endorsement. Mr. Herrington Is a good and tbe wife of Andrew J. Broaddus, uiosmg in mtua istio Form . Miss Nanaie Ballard has returned Next Saturday Mr. Ivan C. McDougle, son of Prof. a good woman dies it is a calamity Music under tho direction of Miss Mary Editor from Norton infirmary. Louisville and lawyer, a shrowd parlimentarian and a When K Yanpbt E. C. MoDougle, of the Normal school, From all appearances the gathering power In the legislative body. Madison to that section where she resides. Mrs. Traynor. is much improved in health. Following the exercises at the church, who has been prinoipal of the Carlisle at Union next Saturday of the Masons is an important county with him to rep- Broaddus was bo.n and reared in Mad! rSHKta ETERT WEEIESUT IT Mrs. L. IL Bailey and her daughter. City schools the past year, has resigned of the county and their friends will be resent tho people. son and had lived all her life in the uiu imo oi marcn win oe to tne men Mrs. Sam Bewea, of Florida, are guests and accepted a more lucrative position the greatest of the kind ever known in section of tho county whero she passed mond cemetery, where the craves of our departed brothers will be decorated as principal of the schools at Cold Spring this section. A spread, such as only away, liesides her husband, she THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO of the family of Mr. Diok Iiaily. To Florida for the coming year. He is one of the that community can set out, is to be on survived by five sons and four daughters, Miss Lolia Beatty has returned home youngest professors in the State. (Iaeerpe-rated.Telephone 33 Main Street, West hand and there will be plenty of oratory having attended the ' McClure-GiosMr. J. Sam Haganand family will leave besides two sisters. They are Thomas, Resolution H. H. Brock, who for several years and irood fellowship. A brass band will next week for Florida, where they will Hugh, Tobias, Kavanaugh and Grover Tenn. Pre. and Mgr. weddhte at Cumberland Gap, A Miller nan of Richmond Lodge, No. 25, was Supt. of Caldwell High school, leav- enliven the proceedings. make their future home. Mr. Ilagan Broaddus, and Mesdamcs George Parks, Mr Ronald Oklham and Miss Adela ing for the South two years ago for the Sec'y-TreeWhite has purchased a farm in the heart of the Alex. Turpin, Georgo Gently and Jake v . x A. M, -Collins, were guest of friends last week Masons. June 17th, 191L benofitofhis health and that of his Flower Stato and will try and get back Gentry. Mrs. B. K. Duncan of this city for the June Commencement dance at wife, returning a few days ago both The solemn notes that betoken the Messrs. Edward . Stockton. Millard his health, which has become consider- and Mrs. James tilam, ol Mt, Sterling, Garden Hats For Sale. Georgetown. KCXMMKY FMK ACSMMIWI very much improved in health. Mr. Davidson. Robert Burnam, James ably impaired in lato years. He will are sistors surviving. Tho funeral ser dissolution ot this earthly tabernacle, Tho ladies of tha Baptist church and moved into the Hamilton, J. A. Kunckle, William move to a point near Lakeland. Their vices were conducted at tho home last alarmed our outer door and another Miss Louise Kanffmanof Lancaster is Brock has rented property of Z. T. Rice on Broadway and Smith, visiting Miss Van Grcenleaf. and Nicholas many friends will regret to see them Tuesday by Rev. E. B. Barnes and inter spirit has been summoned to the land have for sale some unique garden hats, tmw Btwwei ihduchcr6 will make Madison ceunty their future Harber, represented tho Richmond leave Kentucky, but hope for a pleasant ment took place in the Richmond ceme where our fathers have gone before us, quaint and unequaled in their excelMiss Norma Elmore ef Lancaster is On the night of June 12th, 1011, the tery. Mrs. Broaddus was a Miss Oldham home. Logde. No 25 F. & A. $1., that wont tp life in the southern Stato. TEAS visiting the family ef Mr. and Mrs. the daughter of tho late Thomas Grand Architect of the universe, called lence. See them and put in your order PER FFICE atKlrlcsville Firday evening and confored Rev, G. R, Oorabs who has heen Jesse Cobb. from our midst, our beloved brother. early. See Mrs. G. AV. Evans or Mrs. Oldham. IN A.BVAMJE tending Vanderbilt University at Nash- the Masters Degree of soveral candida5ad Loss. Wm. L. Hockaday who spent his entire Mrs. E, VT. Powell. 52-was Mrs. Sam Ballard with her little boy tes. A delightful luncheon-smok- or i is visiting friends in Richmond. uio ana practiced medicine in this Mr. Irvine Shiflet,' four miles from Chtrance is vkitinc her sen Mr. Bedia ville Combs was recently awarded the given in honor of tho occasion. Dr. county for many years. Mil Bahtard ef Cobin. WEDNESDAY JUVK Arnold. town on ihe Irvine piko lost his wife by Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W Vanderbilt Medal in the oratorical conBrother Hockaday death about two months ago. He is New Tentf- To the bereaved parents the heart sterling qualities and was a man of Broaddus & Co. Ms6 Mary Leo Ootyer is at home for test. There is a rumor in tbe nir that 4ltf of the highest now called "upon to mourn the death of felt sympathies of everyone are of Offer extend' intejrity, who had wrought among us as merfrem Fort Thomas where tho Doctor is about to capture a prize of The summpr term at ihe State Nor- his infant girl baby twonty one months ' s I uly let. a. Mule mn Unm a week Mr. John W. Arnold, a different kind, a much more "Valuable mal oppnpd Jjist week with a very gpod Qld. The' little ono was r t lie Dsn untie Slat primf) elee-.-n she has been teaching. For Rent sick ed tosudden and Mrs. their bright little a Mason for many years. Therefore: be death of prize, a rare prine, suoh a prize as onjy attendance, about twp hupdred' new qnly a' week and suffered intensely. The it resoiveu; Miss Jane Break is spending her 2 Quarts Whiskey 81.60 has-nboy, Jack, which occured at noon will c beta. Tm DtMMV is to be given away but pupils coming jn for the sis woeks Sho died Sunday evening irst. That Iq the death Cottage on Tates Creekroad and Main 1 and was buried Friday, was one of tho saddest that last swnmer vacation with the family or her Riohmond only after a hard contest. has uocKaaay bis lamilv has lostof Brother Gallon Whiskey to be won 2.00 SUta Moerc aa4 father Judge C. II. Breok. to ajl thcro arp something like Tuesday morning in tho Richmond course, Jn called on a faithful street. Possession given July 15th. been announced in sometime. He was and devoted companion, and y 3.75 if incision at the pells om Umt Miss Margaret Ferguson Cobns.daugh-le- r four hundred new enrolled. President cemetery. this lodge Apply to Beecham Lackey or Mrs. 2 Gallons Whiskey threo years of age, and the fact that au Mrs. Gaydea ef Cincinnati, sister of uaicemua urumer. of Mrs. W. 1). Coons, of Lexington, Crabbe is expeoted tho banner summer 4d02en 3.50 v ,; more the NMr AeeMe wfcnt men Mr. M. C. Kelloggr is the funeral and burial took place on his a guest at the (nee) Miss Mollie Otoole of this place, term. Dr, Semple. of the Cincinnati Cornelia Clay. 2tf Second. That while we 10 dozen Manual Training 7.50 hul administer tbe aAurs wt Kentucky Kelloeg heme en the Summitt. tnird birthday, adds volume to the with the bereaved ones over sympathize tp take tlie cljair was awarded a gokl medal, and tbe first University, has arrived our departfor ruf n.-- (mt years. The Kefwbli-- t Mrs. IL B. Hanger with two children honor, for making the highest grade in of Latin Prof. this term, during the One of thp most interesting Items grief thatashas already overshadowed his ed brother, we realise the utter failure Fino country hams just received at Our $J,000 Guarantee parents, well ai friends and relatives. Grinslead an t arty bee a tell ticket ta the eM Miss Elisabeth and Master Paul leave the examinations, out of thirty five absence of tf connocted with the closing of the city All medical science could do, was of no in our best Intentions, to bring comfort Culton's. to the mourning ones, and wo can only but today to join Mr. Hanger in New YorkJ graduates, of tho Fayette county school., schools was the exhibit of the work of avail and tbe Intenso suffering of but .disntkaftMauM4 ethtct. That we sell nothing but straight, high Health Car little girl is only fourteen- years of tho Manual Training class. This class short time was stilled by tbe hand of commend them to the Mason's God who overwbetwiagiy For Rent no indications Mr Arnold Simmons, who is at present This and a neice of Miss Katje Otoole of proof whiskey. We have warehouses in is also their Uod. and may we ask them age, Car, has been conducted during tho last half death. He was the sooond child and The Health or f .. or of Duailte aneesos im Noe-- ' in Pennsylvania with a engineering this place. New 2 story 7 room frame house on Louisville, Ky., and New Albany, led equipped by the Society for the Study year by Mr. J. A. Kunkle, and the ex his;bright little.oountenanoo at all times, to seek comfort from Him who doeth all corps, is at home for a few days visit to Is is wall, bewew. for every Deev e things well. room and sink good All Kentucky orders shipped same day Walnut St., Mr and Mrs. Julian VanWinkle, of aijd Prevention of Tuborculosis, started cellence of the work refleots great credit made him a favorite. Two others surviv K relatives. Third. That a copy of these resolu neighborhood.bath lobtMfMliMi from New Albany depot. Address named their JUtle pi) its first trip. Monday, the 12th, from upon tho school, the instructor and the him besides his parents: Louisville, have Apply to, Funeral tionsbe furnished tho family of the Owens-bor- e Misses Ada and Edith Dean of imvlf mod bis Stele. Many a wrtt daughter, born May 20th, Mary Che.-nau-ll Louisville. The car is manned by Mr. class. It is fast coming to be recognized services were conducted at tho home deceased, spread upon the records of 51 tf . W. D, Oldham Dry Goods Store are guests ef their brother Mr. J. : VanWinklo in honor of Mrs, Eu?cne Kcrner. Executive Secetary of that tho hand must be trained along B. Barnes and In tbis lodge and published N. ik? n tbe Weedy SeM a( bftUfe. ia tbe Hale Dean by Rev. Sec. in tho city and wife on West Main VanWinkle's mother Mrs James Smith, the Assopitipn, and Mr. Jessp Baird, a with the head if tho child is to receive Sundayfollowed inE. Richmond cemetery, papers. terent Dan Breck, Are, lightning, cyclone utis, iu ilodfat, bs been lost by street. graduate from the Nprmal Department, a won oaianceu education. of this city. The announcements have New Albany; Ind. J. A. Higgin.s.1 er mhdoeco. Ll m make Im mm- and live stock. tf Dept. 21 TP par is to be hauled Cliplco selection of Neglige o shirts- Mr. Jake Wagers, with the Bybee jusvbeen sent out with tiny cards bear Borea College R. Shackelford . Com i ifu. of the resak. U woe rat Dry Goods Co.. ef Ashland, was here Inir tho nretty baby's name tied with free by thp Railrpad Companies and is Price. to German Insurance Bank or Refer W-- G. White I 'United States Trust Co., Louisville, K. For Rent i tiet b be m poroal ianaoaee. butt week for a visit to his father Mr. white ribbon to the cards of the mother expected U) visit pvery sfatipn in the $).0p and $1,50. All new nice and clean News has been received in Wincheste c Richmond, Ky. State. 2t goods. Just wlujtyotj want. and father. of the death by suciio of Sterling B Ins vete is Mlf mm a4 oeaaet sf- - Boyd Wagers. Dwelling house of seven rooms on WoodRico & Arnold. Price, who was wall ktjown i'p Rich Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of Indian thvresMaV. One vate ma- - decide President J. B, Cassiday, of Madison land Ave. House is new, will be comLikes It mond. His mother, Mrs M. E. Price, For Sale Privately FOR SALE-Fiv- e shares stock, Paul npolis and Mr. James Jones, of Texas, Institute, is spending this week in West 1 i hp result Stmafer ttiiwyc have pleted June 1st. Apply to Mrs. Eliza of Winchester survives him besides two Superintendent Hopper, of tho Mt. Ho will were here to attend tbe burial of little Virginia and Pennsylvania. Off for Hprse 5how Lick Bank. This bank makes something 1 four cylinder Ford automobile, fully Tbe tewaef a bead has been young with brothers and three sisters. The Lackey or Bowen Lackey. t f like twenty per cent net. I will take Jack Arnold. attend a reunion of his class at Wash- Sterling pity schools was so pleased .H'gh k no n to afloat tbe a1 satiny C a mkUm. Mat. S. Cohen will take his stable in- man had been in New York for several equipped in perfect condition. Also one ington and and Jefferson College. Penn- tho new addition to the Richmond The many friends of Mr. Claude sylvania, while away, the first since School building, that he has depided to cluding two hprses belonging to Mrs. months and the deed was commited a ISO per share, which is just about book In ihe priMT- Uiarc are stany oasdi- good roadster maro and one good huggy. WANTED Board In country near 3 Devore'will regret to knew that he has tbey were graduated in '80. It is one of havo the plans made exactly hko mem R. T. Lowndps Jr , of Danville, to Central Park, value. o.,t?: 10 seMCt Iraa. Wttti few eieep- been quite sick for the past week with to Richmond for three ladies. Must be J. Sam Hagan, the oldest colleges in the country, and for an addition to bo built by the Mt. Springfield, Ohio, next Saturday. The W. E. Sullivan, ii.hs ilie Dewocracy oaa make ho ak rheumatism. of shade. Silver Creek. reasonable and plenty next to Princeton in the number of Sterling people. Ho was in tho city horse show becins thero on Tuesday, Norris, 51-DeLand, Fla. uk in iu eh wee. Madiwa eovaty bac miss LAur&urigbt wne has been in Presbytorian clergyman sent out. Friday enroute to his homo in Stanford Kentucky Choice nnd Kathleen Sheridan Address M. V. Beaumont, 312 Paul At a ripe old age, Mrs. Nannie Norris The old reliable AHman & Pigg-- for Jones Bldg., Louisville, Ky. for the summer, and while here he looked are horses owned by .Mrs. Lowndes, candidal ia the pareaa of 2ew York for some months In the Con W The many friends of Miss Edna Burnam's Insurance Agency. Danville horso that Cohen will .Umrv B MaOraafjr. lie is your eandi-ji- servatory ef music has returned home GiunchiRliani, who has made such an over the building with bupt. uoats who Another Wliito Heart, a show horse own passed away last Friday at her home on meats and groceries. 3t. explained everything in detail to him havo is North street from the infirmities Old Dominion Portland cement, none insure tobacco in the field. Rates for the summer. he is enviable record the past yeas in her throughly, besides giving him a copy of ed by Lunsford - Yandell. oaadidala. We is Madisaa Tho week incident to old aSe- - A remarkable tf better, at W. W. Broaddus & Co tf cheap. Mrs. Mamie Stockton after a visit in musical studies, will be glad to know n county candidaie. He woods mo followipg the Springfield show they will woman in every respect, her hie bad family ef Mr. and Mrs. IL C. Stock of her recent triumph. On her grad- the plans. the go to Hid bpw at Columbus, Uhio been spared to see her seventy fifth at Um haadcof UmUUhmuc. Yw ten nad friends in Richmond has uation daylast week, she was one of Kentoky's Ohoico is entered in a stake birthday, and her goodness will be J. Proctor Knott mm ac aMIity. a returned other know him it M to Yersailes. four pupils in tho College of Music, worth $500 at that sbuw and ho ought spoken of by those who knew her, for The show for the rest of the In the quiet of his homo at Lebanon to Um highort awl or. Yi to be awarded the high viaiesmaii of many years to come. Shp was born win it easily. Mrs. Dave Tevis who has been visit Cincinnati, Springer medal, given by the still hour of 0:05 Sunday tho and at honor of a know Ike kut ttaMsbaea WEEK in Clarke county, but moved with her inc the family ef her mother. Mrs. Jno. founder of music Hall and is a prize evening peacefully passed away one of parents to Madison when about sixteen in tlir balaee"a)dliaeaviarbaaa CamM Speed smith, has returned to her home Kentucky's greatest men Hon. J. for "The Blues" Cure that all students covet. years oi ago anq ijas. resitted here ever ashingron. Ya k w ke has always in beetle, wauling Knott In the 83rd, year of his Lynn and Una Wesley Messrs. A. D. Miller and C. E. Woods ProctorExtended notico worthy of the While most people, at one time or an since, Her husband Younger Norris, havgle eali mt Ms party. answered the Mrs. James Dunlep, nee Miss Eliza and their daughters. Misses Elizabeth age. to wnom she was married at an early Mr. other, experlonoe what is known as "the age, You know bin la be a aaaa af Um hbjb-ebeth Erabry. ef Dallas Texas arrived and Mayme, are spending the wec"k at man is not possible in this issue. died sixteon years ago. Besides In the Musical Comedy Sketch blues, few realize that this despondent yesterday for a visit to her mother and Cerulean Springs, where the Kentucky Knott was born and reared in Kentucky, condition is occasioned by the poisoning her children, Messrs. T. 0. Norris, "The Girl from mtafrity- 1883 to Hackerdam was of Kentucky from Press Association is having its annual 1SS7 Gdvernor represented his district of the system through the inability of ar Charles Norris and Mrs. Ella Bonny, of In UeaMcntie Mriaaarias, wfca gaad other relatives in this city. and twice this county, and Messrr J. Mr. Miller will retire as meeting. Congress besides filling inactive Liver to properly soparate and of Maroa, Ills., and O, E. B. Norris, and the musical team Herberi n.en vte with eah the far party hon halls Miss Margaret Eba. and Maud and Norris, of President having held that position the in the other of many positions of trust and ho')or. throw off body poisons. ors, the CliaMK leoisadMaboald not take EMcabeth Meredith, of Ashland, arrived past year. and Vance" W. B. Haldeman of LouisThat tho public might have a reliable Normal, Ills., she Is survived by one last Wednesday to enter the State ville, now the Vice President, will His life should be an inspiration to every brother, Col. R. F. Elkin, of Clarke. an active part and for this reason we youn man in the State. His body rests remedy to assist in overcoming such Normal for the Summer term. The Best Bill Ever Here probably succeed him. A large at- in tbe beautiful cemetery of his liomo condition, Rexall Liver Salts have been A member of tho Menthdist church have in the past had MtUe or nothing to years of age, she was Mrs. Cliff Shropshire who has been tendance is anticipated. say as to tbe reepeotive oaadMntee. We town deposited there Tuesday morning put upon the market, and wo unhesi sinceendowed fifteen that Christian she was with for y Los Angles (Cal.) Times: Among the by the loving hands of the Lebanon tatingly recommend thorn to you. For Friday and Saturday are keeping tMr powder dry ready for visiting friends and relatives in Madison Wo will refund any money spent for titude that makes life worth living, and oonnty. is new visiting Mrs. W. P. five charming g:rls from the East who Commandery of Knichts Templars. J. those around feel that Onr object bow Gilkorsen at Quicksand, Ky. the fmy in MnoBmbar. have arrived here to act as bridesmaids Proctor Knott was one of Kentucky' Rexall Liver Salts if thoy fail to provide to be present. True toit is always good Leon and Bertie Allen in their everyobllgatlon, is to urge every Dotnocrai to as the poUs at the fashionable wedding of Miss great men. Kentucky honored him and a beneficial treatment. At their heme near Union last Wed- - Agnes Hall and Samuel King, is tbe he honored Kentucky. In two sizes. 25c. and 50c. Perry's it can wen oe saia mac sne "tougbt a Comedy Sketch entitled to ' oo July 1st, and not nab pa, but onaonr-ag- e good fight" and is entitled to a rich a new boy came to Mr. ahd Mrs, beautiful Miss Hilda Welch, of Berea, urug store, tho uoxau urug store. and take with yon homo Infcewara Robert Harris. The youngster Detained at the Office reward in tho other world. Funeral has Ky. The young woman took the Hall Judge 5poke Uemocrnt, if any anah there are, and been named James Lewis Harris. services were conducted by Rev. Crutch- home by storm last night. The cereStouffer-Hamilt- on. JACK FINE Judge O'Rear spoke in tho interest of held sunday afternoon and burial folabove all not to fncgot yonr onndida4. mony is set for July 12, and between Miss Gladys Perry is Republican nomihome Roller Skate and Dance our candidate, Madison Donaty's onndi soheet at buthne, Ky. at hasfrom her now and thon more than a score of his candidacy for the here last Friday Miss Elilabcth P. Stouffer, daugter of lowed in Riohmond Cemetery. She entered nation for Governor date, that old wnr bona, Hon. Jnasos B upon a special conrse of study for the "affairs" have been arranged to enter- afternoon and he was greeted with a Mr. and Mrs. J. is. btoutlcr, was mar and the Best Pictures Obtain Douglas ueorgo D. Hamilton, of tain the Eastern bridesmaids. summer at the Normal School. McCraary. small audience, several democrats who ried to Mr. . Ky., at the Methodist parson Capt. William Herndon of Lancaster wandered in through curiosity, being bumerset, The following special from Macon, able. Good Music and Cooled Mr. William Marstellar has as his was here Tuesday morning- at 0:30 clock last week en route home from present. The Judgo is a spanking good agethe presence of members Oof the Ga., will be read with interest here: With t his kaneof UmCmcmx, the paper guest for the summer his friend Mr. J. attending a meeting of the News was received yesterday of the By Electric FANS. trustees of talker and gave the voiors to understand in rounds ent the thirty sovonth year of its x. Uignoux a most affable and conrte- - Berea College, having been a member of that ho was "Tho man" to be placed as family and a few friends. Mr. and Mrs. death of Mrs. Caroline Young Douglas Hamilton left immediately for their existence. Few ooantry papers thre obs gentleman from "across the pond" the Board of Trustees for the last thir- the standard bearer. Ho Is very strong home in Sumerset, Miss Llizabeth is at tho home of her son, the Rov. Dr. are in this State, that have enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Jas Jones and children teen years. With the exception of an in Madison and will likely carry this one of our most worthy and useful Ruthorford E. Douglas, in Macon, Ga., in a few nice Judge at seven o'clock Saturday prosperity as this en. The publishers of Indianapolis are the guests in the amendment to their charter, nothing county. suitable Burnam occasion intro- young ladies. Mr. Hamilton is well Mrs. Douglas went to Macon to mornine. to tho visit her family of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Arnold on was done further than the transaction words known and has many friends here. He of tbe paper, lrem'1874 until the present High St. Mr. Jones is a brouher of Mrs. of routine business. Berea College duced the speaker. Ho has many warm graduated last July from the Eastern son in that olty, alter a visit to Cincinl, physician, she having already has an endowment 000,000 personal friends here with both parties. time, have all been saea af the highest a room. Kentucky State Normal School, and has nati to consult a and expects to receive as much more been In bad health for several months. integrity, and without fear er favor have Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond been teaching the past year Jn one of In April a small blood vessel in her brain Miss Mary D. Pickels entertained In berore the end of tho year. They have Successor to Tate & Son printed the news and menlded public a most delightful manner the Young 1000 pupils at the college and taken up- you. the city school at Sumerset, The best broke and since then her family . 43tf wishes of many friends attend this had grave fears of her recovery. havo opinions. It is this strong testimonial Ladies Bridge'CHub Thursday afternoon. on the whole is one of tho most successShe Main has gradually grown worso till Monday that has placed the Omkax in the front The Trophy went to Miss Mary Ann ful schools in the country. The D. D. D.'s at Lake Reba happy young couple. morning, when she became unconscious rank of weekly newspapers ef this sec Collins. As we go to press the Doctors, Drug Lexington Leader. A two days' reand died Saturday. Mrs. Douglas was Ruthton. Elder Z. 3. Amerson of PainUville, union at tbe home of Mr. aud Mrs. M. F. gists and Dentists of Madison county tion, and given M tbe exaKed position it the widow of the Rov. Dr. Rutherford Ky.. is holding a meeting with the Bap- Wharton of this place, is being given in are assembling at Lake Reba for their occupies in Keattioky jotiraaMsei. Miss Holtio Moberly has been spend E. Douglas, for many years pastor of tist church of Irvine. The outlook is honor of their eldest daughter, Mrs. annual Fish Fry. This is always an ins: a week with relatives in Garrard. the Piggah church. She was a daughter good for an enthusiastic and successful Oscar Robinson, of Belleville, Y. Va., enjoyable occasion. Each branch of the Mrs. Nannie Haroley from Indlnna of John j tM1 revival. and next eldest daughter, Mrs. John V. profession will be represented wjth a has been visiting her sister Mrs. Price of lie v. Dr.College O. Youmr. President His . "A little bit Central and his wife, Francis THE NEW Baumstark of Waco. Ky., and her only paper on some livelsubject. Dr Be.vley Agoe. the best a. urecKinnage loung. Miss Alice Lloyd has forsaken the son, Russell Wharton of Loxington, a of Kirksville will represent the Medical Mrs. James Burton and sen arc vfet-in- g iiert Johnson irom iowen. and uttio one is survived oy ner son, Rev. Dr. Burley Tobacco Society for the tem reporter for the Lexington Herald. profession. Dr. Million the Dental branch Mower d in Berea. Hill have Rutherford Douslas. n&stor of thn perence stump and will tell the people Among those present of the relatives and and Joseph Schafhausen, Ph.G.the Phar- Miss Fairy Azbill Looking Through. that ever spending a tew days with Mrs. U, Presbyterian church of Macon, Ga.,Ptri Miss Ann Bennett Cohen k vsI1r 1b in her own inimitable style, the great friends were: Tho papers will be short been and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar maceutical. M. Cruse. went Into Our list ot paints you will be amazod Banlstown. evils of rum. rranoi uouguw oi uanviue, Ky and Robinson and daughter Virginia of and to the point. Tho principal feat Miss Sara Irvine Coy and brother by two sisters. Mrs. Edward Rutherford at varities for special uses. the field" Wv. Va., Mr. and Mrs. John ures of the meeting will be fun, frolic, Virgie Sweeney, of Louisville is the Mr. M. L. Cannecr, who will succeed Belleville, have ot fans and Mrs. Gelon H. Ront of fi sh stories. Tandy Page from "Blythewood" pue&t ef Mrs. Mary Powell. Prof. Kelly as principal of Caldwell Baumstark and daughter, Margaret of fish and fish stories. As to winner, For Every but been visiting ineir granumoinpr Mrs. Versailles. Caleb B. Bullock. Malor There Are Paints Waco, Ky.; Mr. Russell Wharton of we've already picked tho Mrs. Maltie Douglas has been sajenra-ingntM- t. High school, is taking a six weeks Lexington, Ky.; Misses Nannie. EtheL we wont tell. JJr. i . u. uosioy win be Irvine Roberts. John B. Bullock, Miss MaryS. Bullock Purpose. speoial course at the summer school at Miss Georgie Sanford from Laucaster Jackson, India Ha poKs. Frances, Marion and Mildred Wharton master of ceremonies with able assist is tto attractive cuest of Misses Marv ana miss ljettia Bullock of Lexington Knoxvllle, Tenn. are ner cousins, her mother and their From the usful wator paints for cellar of Valley View; Capt. Daniel F. Reagan ants. Sam Francis and Dave Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mike Peters have gone ' motucr being sistors. walls, barns, etc., to the flnest of varMrs C G. Crcsler and son of Walnut and wife and wife and son and daughter will bo proressors or tbe trying pan. and Bertha Harron. to Ml Sterling far a visit to relatives. Miss Ball from Garrard county has nishes and polishes for the furniture or B. Ross, Miss of Lexington; Mrs. Cathrino F. Travis Here's to the health of the D. D. D's. Hills, Mr. and Mrs. been the guest of Miss EmmaNewlon. MrjS Ben D. Herndon has returned Lillie Grady and Miss Erancis DeLong piano. Tell us what you want to do and Public Sale of Lexington; Capt. J, W. Stevens of Mr. and Mrs. John Cruso are the frost a visH to relatives hi Laneaster. we'll supply paint product with all of Lexington arc guests of Dr. and Louisville; Mrs. Carrie M. Tribbey or Young Inventor. ftoxt Thursday afternoon besinnin? which to do itthe happy parents of a fine now girl, whom The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. Ia-- k k concenNew Albany, Ind. After spending MonMis. Lucy Welch of DanviNe is rait- Mrs. H. C. Jasper. Mr. Thomas Longo, a young Italian they have named Rosalie. at 2 o'clock at the residence on North n year experience. It possesee all the peculiar trated their ing her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Crow. Miss Elath Buchanan had as cuest day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whar- Inventor, of Danville, has abodt comMr. and Mrs, WTm. Noland wore sum- street will sell all the household and s. features of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers last week, the Misses Adelaide Simmons ton they made up a fishing party pleted a Biplane, on which he has been moned to the bedsldo of tho latter's kitchen furniture, also buggy and har Mr. T. J. Todd, the weH known merIts new features make it even more valuable to the farmer. of Nicholasville, Henrietta Irby of chartered n boat and went down to the working for several months. He hopes brother Leslie Todd, last week, whose ness belonging to late Mrs. Youne The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the chant of Irvine, was here Sunday with Alabama, Margaret McMurry of North locks. J. W. Stevens of Louisville, to complete it next week and the trial death occurred on Wednesday, He was Norris. will at popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. retasives. carried off the honors by catching the fly will be from Danville to Perryville, A former resident hero and has many rent the property. the same time sell or Waft Paptr aad Faints Carolina and Oecia Million. Prospective buyew largest cat fish ever caught with a hook a distance of about ten miles. This friends at this place to regret his early can look Sitf bit th best Mower tht ever LHtle Miss Frances Gordon has gene at place. i J7&A81Z$ Mrs. have come in rvtry day teHinjj wfav a woadriul 968 East Main and Phone 448 to XiohoksvHie for a two weeks stay gone to D. H. Scanlon Va.. children sum and line around Valley View. After youth has, sinco childhood longed to demise, wuchwc it U. would not boy aaythjap die? Mrs. Ella Bonny. for the -Winchester. spending a delightful time for two days soar in the air and when scarcely in his with relatives. RICHMOND. mer with realatives. Dr. Scanlon will the party left lor their homes. 'teens he began making daring baloon Mrs. Hattie Buchanan, and daughter, leave in & few weeks te join them until ' See the Garden hats the Baptist ascensions and parachute drops. The EhUh are visiting friends in Btoemlng-so- September 1st. tm feep m JU mmckmtty wiM Biplane is of the Curtis model, being life. 52--2t to thAmrmL kwift Mollie ladies are selling for SO cents. Danville Messenger: .Miss indentical with one he made his famous Mms trip dowq the Hudson river on and is t Scrivener who has been Worthing ton is giving a party and pic toaobing in Wbtehectar. is heme for the nic at fiiga uriege loony in Honor of Burnam Appointed. mamed a "Hudson flyer." It will be, .Mowers Tilittl nr "wimnfiii her truest Miss Anna May Walker, of when completed, 32 feet long. At .Bui-HaE. T. has resigned as present the machine is being covered Richmond. Nine couples drove over. Mr. Will Shanks ef Stanford has been Bankruptcy for .this district with lrxh linen, which as soon as it ia Referee In Mrs. W. P. Baxter is in Connersville- - and A. R. Burnam, tisHine the family of her lather Mr. Jr. has been named coat is treated TbOs, Baldwin. Iad.. the cuest of Mr and Mrs, Thomas to U the vaeaney by Federal Judge A. put on renders jt to a tight of varnish, air" and imperwhich Brat'jen. She also visited Ml. Jaaksee, M. J. Cochran, X. M. Toatinson and It. E. vious le water. The motor is said to be' away, where maav 1 WoUft koo IrulianaBeihc while nahltl lair an wano net C iJrwwTvi the best made, it is an Aerometer" and i f j Richmond peop)e have been sojourning. Camping. costs 800. The machine complete President J. S. Craebe, lit v. G. W. W. W. Broadus, Willis Kennedy, will cost $1,309 and will weigh aeeut M'incljestej--, - CrulehSeW. ' Hf ZTtJf nn4 danghtor. Xios JuMa William Martin and one or two ethers 575 pounds and will carry three per- 4,1 W Mioses 8ech KieW and Myrtle sure spending several days en Kantuehy Erahkfort, 2& i fteti re in XHksbiHW. atUuHr tU liver near Irvine at Lock 12. The river New lot ef Indies slippers and, low s. Jo lagneJ hi in nne condition for tret aehlag and Mneledea, nad JUben ' GamesOiM-a- t 3;30 VVWttaTMi HHi WvUm jHkkafe aWWftimfcnMma'r'' 'X afMamnaamai the eaatpoM are well supplied with sheet expected this .week, MnaaaiBaHM'WnM. aWrP. Pickets iaakfo ad ftah baste, ' ... Rice Araeld. : BUTTER1CK FASHIONS Deaths A Rare Beauty Spring Is Coming time you were and making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready show you the most of spring beautiful tf ir F. J. YEAGER Embroideries and Laces and white look and don't forget Underwear at our new The Home Not Complete Without a ever brought sure see the Floun- Ps. REFRIGERATOR and Above a One cingboth his-form- Price is ... d OWEN McKEE non-conduct- or . af The Richmond Climax. jt ji 0. B. Shackelford 5 Co. ) on s. -- iue. 2t Whiskey and Beer Fourth July ot nwlc -- Beer xt ik - v dehsty I L Fitschen, Um l-- i ;.-- bnp-iq.'.- i e. or Hitre-.luctio- Good Very Good t ay st ORANGES 15 cents per -- - Dozen of-$- D. B. McKinney E. ' Telephone 35 Street PERSONALS from-Roun- WALTER A. WOOD 1 tne-inan- y a J Hr fifty-seve- MOWER THE ADMIRAL world-famou- B Juctt & Son wt a, pef jm Games This Week and Next June Lexington, June 21, 22 and 23 Saturday, June 24 $38.00 Rakes $22.00 rL. i ... tFLZTLtZI pH Douglas, Simmoiis & . " 'W"" I""""" frth ' I and 29 A4t4afaa2Scat rv - - it W' Secora Street A Leader to Loan on Good Farm Fhe Richmond Climax. K, F8W) FOfl A GEMIUi. BC Patent Flour AT The Northwestern Mutual Llle In- Steve Ck, will loan wicmey at 6 per ceni uaietsst on ood improved iarm lands on Mbrtp-Apply to J. 0. Ohenault, Atty. stiee C-- 9t e. Richmond, Ky. T. R. Pennington Dentist. -- '. Dirt TMt EmUW Mr. Slafow - IHm ta Lady ftUcbcth. It is not altogether easy ta Imagine a Lady Macbeth eating chops. Yet her fWlNMB ElERI .WEMCSMT II greateetjlmpersonntor got ber InspiraAX PRINTING CO tion frooi them, if one may rely on an THE altogether delightful authority. On a (Incorporated.) V. Lucas In certain Occasion,, writes his bookjjilho Second Post" the paintMgrv er. Hayd)n paid his butcher, who re Pres. and A. D. Miller Scc'y-Trea- s. ciprocated by expressing great admira W, G. White - tion for tho artists painting of "Alex Maabtr of ander." ASSOCIATION PRESS KENTUCKY "Quite) alive, slr'jald the butcher. "1 am glad you think so," said the It L. & N- - Time Tabic South Bound. No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:95 a. m. Mid-nigh- Taught Editor CU1 No. 71. Richmond to Stanford, parts 0:20 a. m. . No. 1. De- WILL BE CONTINUED t i. a Louisville to Beatty.ville Arrives 12:15 p. m. Departs 12:22 No. 37. Cincinnati to noxville. Arrives 11:02 a.m. Departs.l2:17a. m No. 33. , Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. EIGHTH DISTRICT FUBUSI'ERS LEAGUE. her Z4 pound sack Office next door to Government build Ing Richmond, Ky. the best and leads them all in quality R. Emmett Million accessor to Denny DENTIST Orer Btste Banr Trust Company ti Margin & & TKLEPCONE 288 well & McKitmey Notice to Creditorsl All parties having claims against 1'aulme it. Harris, deceased, are re- ouested to file same properly verified as required by law, to tho unaersigneu executor, on or before July 1st, Also all parties indebted to the de ceased, Tauline R. Harris, either by note or account are requested to call and settle samo with the unuorsigncu Ul W. S. Broaddns. Executor. T. S. TODD Builder f $ A Leading California Druggist. Pasadena. Cal.. March 9, 1911 Foloy and Co., Gentlomon: "We havo sold and recommended Polov's Honoy and Tar Compound for years. Wo believe it to be ono of the most elllccnt expectorants on the market. Contain ing no opiates or narcotics It can bo given "freely to children. Enough of the remedy can be taken to relieve a cold, as it has no nauseating results and does not intorfer with digestion. Yours very truly. C. II. Ward Drug Co., C. L. Parsons. Sec'y. and Treas.rt Get the orginal Foley's Honey and Com pound in the yellow.paokago. For salo by Stockton .x on. Every Ricci's ono talks about it. Any flavor made tf to order and delivorcd promptly. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone tf and live stock insurance. Head Feel languid weak, acho? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. Sold by all Druggist. ice cream is delicious. run-dow- Contractor and ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION 9 5 Shop in Rear ot McKee Building m jTelephone 467 Richmond, Ky We Have Just Received a Car Load of Lot For Sale. Anr.lv KcCormick Mowers sr in Burnnmwood 70x170 feet R. K. STONE tf mj and Binders and Binder Twine ye handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows pO Tooth Drag Harrows Call and see these before Will buy or sell your bouse, farm town lots or any thing Burnam's Insurance Agency oldest else in the Real Estate line. and best companies represented. Phone Any business intrusted to 107. tf him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See Lost. Fire, Life, Accidont and Health Insur A Poland China sow, weight about him if his services are: needance. The vory bost old line Companie 300 pounds, ring in left nostril. Notify ed. Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. John M. Burton, Edenton. "We represent iron bound Waldo and tho Pickled Pepper. Poultry Notei. Whoa in need of Blaoksmithing in any, "Now, dearie," said the nurse, "I reInsurance Companies There are many pet theories on how Administrators Notic of its brandies, Farming Implements, to make the hen lay profitably, but want you to learn this nico little poem member this. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber about 'Peter Piper picked a peck of All persons having claims against the here is the secret In a few words: pickled peppers.' " get prices from. R. E. Miller, tires Whooping cough is not dangerous when tho cough is kept loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamber-Han- 's Cough Romedy. It has been used in many epidemics of this disease with perfect success. For sale by Stockton & Son. 4-- tf Sand, lime, cement, brick, wall plas ter, rock and screenings, in any quantity and at lowost rices. No delay; seo lltf us. .W. AY. Broaddus & Co. t-- f, "Yes. sir: but as I have often sold YEAR to my sl$ier, you could not havo painted that picture, Blr, If you had not eat IN ADVAKCE my meat, sir." "Very true, Mr. Sowerby." 1011 WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 "Ah, sir, I have a fancy for gen'ns, sir." "Have ou, Mr."Bowerby?" "Yes, sir." Mrs. SIddpns, air, has eat my meat sir. Never was such a woman for chops, slrl Ah, sir, she was a wonderful crayturet" "She was, Mr. Sowerby." "Ah, sir, when she used to act that thero character but, Lord, puch a head, as I say to my sister that there Indian Runner Ducks. woman, sir, that murders a king beThe Indian Runner ducks are very tween 'em." easily and quickly rais(l, being nearly "Oh, Lady Macbeth." full size at eight or ten weeks of age. "Ah, sir, that's it Lady Macbeth. I If hatched early and well cared for used to get up with the butler behind they will lay In tho fall and make her carriage when she acted, and I good layers until five or sir years of used to si?e her looking quite wild and ago and will lay as well as any chick' all the people quite frightened. 'Aha, my en hen, and there Is much less labor my lady,' says I, 'If it wasn't for meat though, you wouldn't be abIeto In caring for them. They are not sub ject to disease and do not have lice do thatr" or mites, which is quite an Item In poultry raising. TH& COTTON INDUSTRY. Indian Runner ducks are to the duck family what the Leghorns are among Alexander Hamilton Foresaw Its Importance In This Country. the chickens. Tho large pure white eggs are characteristic of the'breed as There exists In the archives of one tho white eggs are of the Leghorns. of the oldest "among the cotton spinGreen eggs are certain proof of Im ning families in northern New Jersey purity. Holts Fawn and white strain a long letter from a banker or New are- everlasting layers of white eggs York addressed to Alexander Hamilton and are great money makers. They when be was secretary of the treasury. are great layers and small eaters, The banker had heard that Hamilton which is a very desirable trait. They purposed to build a cotton mill at can be hatched as late as September N. J. This project the banker and get their growth and be ready to condemned and stated that it was the lay before cold weather. "When they opinion of all the merchants In New aro properly fed and cared for they York whom he knew that not In a hunlay at the age of four will begin to dred years would tho cotton milling months and will lay continuously. business In the United States employ Their eggs are fine for culinary pur 200. poses and will sell for 3 to 5 cents Hamilton went ahead and planned more per dozen than hens eggs. Farm the industrial town he named Paterson and Ranch. and also planned and financed a com pany for developing a water power and Mares. Profit We keep six heavy mares to do our for financing corporations thereat teams. Hamilton's original company, known farm work two three-hors- e AH of these mares are bred to the best as the Society For Useful Manufacstallion we can find near home, and tures, exists to this day at Paterson. we usually get two or three colts a Tho agent whom Hamilton sent to year, writes a New York farmer In England to buy cotton mill machinery the American Agriculturist All of the was Instructed to have it "knocked mares are bred and worked about tho down" and placed In small boxes that same until foaling time, when thoso were to be marked "Bibles For the that have colts need about ten days' Moravians of Pennsylvania." It was rest Then they may begin work at that time against the laws of Engagain, only with a little better feed land to ship any kind of industrial maand care. After the colt Is weaned chinery out of the kingdom. Hamilhe can bo grown almost as cheaply as ton's brother and two of his agents n calf and if well fed at two years were caught trying to ship the cotton old should weigh( from 1,000 to 1,200 mill machinery to Paterson, and they pounds and can begin to pay his way were Imprisoned for ten months. Cotton. by working. $1.00 PER artist. TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. No. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo Arrives 0:55 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m No. 0: Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m, Departs 7:25 p. m. North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyvillo to Louisville Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:12 p. m. No. 38. Knoxvillo to Cincinnati. Arrives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives a-- ONE WEEK LONGER The Great Loom End Sale d i 3:00 p. m. t t 6 will be continued for 6 more days. The crowds have been C so big and the weather so warm and dry that everybody could not get get waited on and we have decided to have one more big bargain week We have several large cases of Loom Ends and bargains of all kinds that have not been opened during this sale on account of the rush. . These goods will all be 6 out and on sale at the Busy Bee Cash Store t No. 4. 2s o. Beattyvillo to Loulsvillo Arrives l:34p. m. Departs 1:30 p.m 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs 5:10 p. m. No's 31. 37, 33, 27, 31, 23, 33, 32 aro Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, 4, daily Except Sunday. J. P. RUCKER, Aot c This Week Loom End Prices on Entire Stock Each and every article in the Big Store for one more week Sale closes positively Saturday, June 17 c Notice to Contractors and "Builders. Notico is herobv civen that the Madi son County Board of Education will on Monday, June 19th, 1911, ireceivo sealed bids for tho erection of two ono room school buildings for colored .school districts in Madison County, one to bo erected at Concord in Educational Divi sion NV 1. .mil thn nlhpr tn Tw. Dfio.l at Shallow Ford in Educational Divi slon No. 0. Plans and specifications are in the hands of the County Superin tendent of Schools at his office in Rich mond, Ky., where they may be seen un til 1 o clock. Mondav. Juno 19th. at which time tho contracts for the erec tion of tho two abovo named hmiso will bo awarded to the lowest and best responsible bidder or bidders. A bond with good and approved surety for tho performance of contracts will bo required. The county Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids. This 6th day of June, 1911 John Noland, Chairman of Madison County Board of Education. - Pat-erso- t t 6 t a. c W. D. Oldham Bus Bee Cash Store & Co. t a i James & Hunley - Moved I Grocery & Meat to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My &c h the best. Union City, Ky. f. buying Middle Aged and Elderly People. Ues Foleys Kidney Pills for quick and permanent results in all cases of kidney and Waddor troubles, and for painful and annoying irregularities They contain just the ingredients neces sary to rogulato and strengthen the action ot the .kidneys and bladder. They arc tonic in action, quick in results. Try them For sale by Stockton &. Son. . AYLOR& OLDHAM Feed her well, house her comfortably and keep her free from lice. The large producing hen Is the result of unceasing care and effort upon the part of her owner. You can't expect profits from the hens unless you feed them right and give good care generally. The hen that Is confined in a damp houso or must stand on a damp floor will never lay profitably. The chickens need plenty of sharp grit or gravel. It's what keeps their teeth in commission. he Climax $100 Call on Covington & Thorpo for gro You will save 10 cents on every tf dollar. corios. Dan Rreok, lire, lightning, cyclone tf and live stock insurance. Soothos Itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles eczema salt rheum, any itching. Doan's Ointment. Your druggist soils" it. all Paper Stock can furnish anything in this We i. Also Paint of the highest quality. irantee to please the most fastidious omplete and )ple ::::::: IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR I W. L. LEEDS ird Street Richmond, Ky oing to Build? Lurrtt Incorporated M L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Betsy's Pointers have never seen a woman with .good sense but who had beauty enough to make herr ' self Highly agreeable. If you 'wisfij-t.ee faces light up with "I p joyaiid satisfactionjujt drop io araonjrthe customers at Lackey & Tod me of Low Prices and Square Dealing Opera House Building and so that they iv. m. Lice may be found on the bodies of since Springs, Tex. foiTls at all seasons of the year. They multiply "very rapidly In warm weath er, and it is then that the greatest For Sale. harm is wrought. There are several insect enemies of I have a splendid carriage for sale poultry lice, mites and fleas. It Is Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a the red hen rnlto which is worse than wa"on. earn four or five people. It all tho others combined. This minute u has both summer and wintor side doors creature Increases at a remarkable pole and shafts. I also have a set of rato when measurai are not taken to hand made carriage harness and a large keep It In check, end bens will not gentle harness horse all of which I will lay nor chickens grow when their life-"- " blood is being sucked by this pest. soli worth the money. Dnst Is fatal to almost all Insects, H. Vaught. Dr. Clarence especially the soft bodied ones. The Plinanost arnlilnnt insurance Dr fowls should therefore bo provided Thnmns' Kc.Inntlo Oil. Stons the riain with a dust bath at all times, as this and heals the wound. All druggist Is the mothod nature has given them of keeping at bay their Insect enesou it. mies. Dry and finely pulverized earth Wanted of any kind, also coal ashes from Horse to use thru tho summer for its which tho cinders have been sifted t f may be used for the dust bath. "Wood feeu. Inquire at Qllmax office. ashes should never be used, as the Tho uniform success that has attend nlknlTln them Is likely to injure the cx tho use of Chamberlain's Colic. fowls. A thorough drenching of the poultry Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy has made it a favorite everywhere. It can house with kerosene emulsion to which always be depended upon. For Salo by a llttlo crude carbolic acid has been Stockton & Son. added will prove very effectual against tho red mites If done every week. Ordinary melted, lard Is good In de Announcements stroying lice on the bodies of fowls TOR SHERIFF We arcauthorlred to announce ELMKR and chicks, but should not be used too DEATIIEKAGE n candidate for Sheriff of freely. Madison county, subject to the action of "When setting hens it is never ad Democratic party V nrr- - nntlmrlzed to announce JOHN E. vlsable to apply any grease to their BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad- bodies, but they may be dusted with ison county, subject to the action of the some good Insect powder, while the Democratic party. We arc authorized to- announce JC. B. nests rJ!iy be dusted with powdered jol Madison lime or sulphur. As soon as a sitting for Sheriff inMRS n county, subject to the action of the Demo hen comes off the nest should be burn cratic pany. supWc are authorized to announce II. II. ed out and fresh nest material COLYER a candidate for Sheriff of Madi- plied. At all seasons of the year It Is son county, subject to the action of the a good plan to burn out all nests every Democratic party. Ti'nrc licrcln- - authorized to announce four or five weeks. VAN B. BENTONa candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, suujeet to .me ocuou Foot Rot In Sheep. of the Democratic party. Sheep afflicted with foot rot should FOR COUNTY ATTORNJ5Y V nn nntlmrlzed to announce R. II. be kept separate from the balance of rT?cnw& tt ranriidnte for County Attorney the flock and bare clean, dry quarters; subject tn the action of the Democratic Drive them through a foot bath three party. times a week made of creolln 3 per SCHOOL. SUPERINTENDENCE cent or iron sulphate 4 per cent and We'nre authorized to announce BEN J A water, mixed Into a MIJ X. AiJUAKUSiB CUIJUJUUIC iui ou. lime slaked with rw.ririipn.lenl nf Public Schools of Madison creamy substance. county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. viv nn nulhorized to announce Win. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of nf Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER v. n jiii( liiirixf 1 f o announce MORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jallerof Madison COUni) . BUUJ.T IU IUC UbUVM V WC Al.uv era tic party, FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE asscusui vi NOLAaU a cauaiaaje xor the action of MndlHon County subject, to the Democratic party. gn nnlhnrized tn announce W. F. I ARMANa candidate for Assessor of Mad-Ise- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic party ADVERTISE the beit thine yon nr.. hty la Mock at your Mora ta ths lo nnnonnce RUFUS Asscpgor of jMzt 1mm of thl4 piper. Fethke iu 1KNKINS a candidate" for counrj buujcvi wuicuia u. Mudison Fwk k atrosc. Tha ait la your Democratic party. Kora asd harraat tfc pectin lory iruk. ot yer Triaiaaa. it u i: i: FOR COUNTY CLERK larlinl to annsunce LaRne C. nvullriuir- - tar County Clerk of atedbton county, subject to tjie action of (Caarrla. m, if W. X. U.) Doanls Regulets strengthened the bowels, Have been regular over Davis, groceor, Sulphur Sold by all druggist. ion. 'I suffered habitually from conslipat relieved Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kid KEEPING POULTRY ney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Hunting on Treacherous Sell. LICE IN CHECK Snipe shooting on an Irish bog Is you. Our discoverer, ten years a an excellent test of a gunner's skill miserable sufferer with the above and enthusiasm. An experienced bog troubles, and RHEUMATISM for shooter If he finds himself going down years, was cured in one week. To while Dost Baths Should Be Provided throws himself flat on his side or back prove our remedy, only 25cthey last, at..., and at the same time throws his gun regular size bottles STOCKTON & SON, Druggists to his attendant, generally an unshod and Houses Sprayed, 31 may 3mo . "gossoon," who rarely falls to catch "Shan't!" answered the Boston child, much In the manner of other children. "Oh, naughty, naughty! Why, Waldo, why won't you learn this pretty poem?" "For two reasons," answered Waldo. "In the firat place, the alliteration of the line yon quote is so excessive as to destroy any "literary finish that such adventitious aids to metrical composition might lend If used moro sparing ly. And, in the second place, consider the impossibility of picking peppers which have already been pickled. The whole thing Is beneath the attention of any Intelligent person." Boston Traveler. estate 'of Ed. M. Rice, deceased will please present them to me properly verified as required by law on or bo fore July lo, 1011 or same will be barred All persons knowing themselves in. debted to said Rice will please come and settle at once and save further trouble. T. J. Taylor, Administrator of Ed. M. Rico.. 5i-4t IVIarket Idle Capital Is An Extravagance no community can afford; to do anyone a benefit it must be kept movinjgand to do the most good it should seek legitimate channels. Then let us divorce our selves from the prevailing "gel rich quick" fever and get baok to the good ways of our forefathers. Put your money into something at home, where it will. HELP YOUR HOME TOWN and enhance the other interests you may havo. Why not build a home? There's no satisfaction like that borne of tho knowledge you own a homo. Start it today and tomorrow you'll awaken .with a feeling of Independence like that of 1770. Of course you'll need lumber, but we can quickly help you out. as "our stock is complete and most orders can be filled the day we get them. TOO MUCH LOVE It The sensation of being bogged Is very unpleasant but If a man throws himself on his side or back there Is strength enough In the peat to supYears of port his body. "Forty-flv- o J. "We R. PARKE Telephone 39 Sport" A Great Wheel. Laxey. in the Isle of Man, Is the headquarter.) of the lead mines of the Island. It Is celebrated also for Its great wheel, which was erected In .1854. Its diameter is seventy-tw- o feet and so splendidly Is It set that there Is no oscillation, and it has been going practically ever since its erection. For Sale I offer for sale privately my farm of Irvine Street do-n- ot w 200 ACRES 4 more or less, situated miles from bnver Creek sta tion, 3 miles from Kirks ville, aud 7 miles from Kiehmond. This Farm is Well Improved and has on it a nice o room house, a good barn and all necessary outbuildings. On it is also a Good Orchard All but 40 acres of the farm is in grass. For further par ticulars, write or phone J. T. JONES Richmond, Ky R. D. 2 1-- Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin-sen- g and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. "We buy Hides. Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have Twice Too Much. "Two heads are better than one," quoted the wise guy. "I find one qulto enough the morning after," replied the slmplo mug. Philadelphia, Record. Consistent Clara I seo Cynthia has decorated her room with guns, pistols, swords md the like. Cora Yes; she always has been a great girl for having arms Todd -- Edwards Lumber Co. Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave, rUlf- - ' orders early. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY ibout.bcr. pillow. The Innocent seldom find an nneasy Cowper. Phone 217 ring 2 Our GoCarts" are all of GOOD NEWS. Many Richmond Readers Have Heard ft and Profit- ed Thereby. "Good now, travels fast," and the thousands of bad back suffirs in Richmond are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, freak and aching back is bad no more,-thanto Doan's Kidney Pllls. Thousands upon thousands of people" aro tolling tho good news of ,thoir experience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Here Is arT example worth reading: ' Dawson Barrett, Rowland St., Stan ford, Ky syas '3omu time ago I had a SQvero fall and this, together with the jarring to whicli I am subject in my work, brought pn Kidney trouble. For spyeral days I could hardly gel about on account of the pains in my back. I also noticed that tho passages of the passages of tlio secretions woro irregular, especially ;it night. I decided to cura this trouble before It became chronic and asi knew Doans Kidney Pills to bo god !for such complaints I procured a box. Bcforo I had finished the contents, I (yas cured and I have Had no kidney trouble since." For sate by all dealers. Pi ice 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Fpster-iiilbnr- n New York, sole izouts for the United -- - the 100 per cent, merit kind Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her out ou can do this best in one of in the cool of the morning and evening handsome products. They are of that -- Easy Running Spring Styles in Ready-t- o Wear Goods. Call and take a look. -- Latest safe type, the latest approved designs and are most reasonably priced: Your inspection of.our "100 per cent Merit" stock will prpve an ex cellent time investment Luman and WesfcMakvStreet ins States. ;i Remember the name ake no otber. Doan's-a- nd KABO CORSETS Oranges ISclis per doz. at D. B. McKinney's. Phjke 35. SWt Mrs, J. M Barlow Pictures Framed to Order Opposite Hotel Gfyrxkxi - , I AHoMxA MetMffc to Has Made Its Appearance- - orr the Elm Trees of This City, and Great Danger Pre-iferBial.Sctal Scl Ladies' Low Cuts the latest styles la law cuts. three and four straps in patent leather and vjci kid,? also velvets.- - All "Radcllffe" lowsuts AH Onsvi-wo- , Stifertfs and Men Who's Dan&Hff n6w bald la&ir. Trie same Is true'w scalp diseases. Ik fact- bald pes Is( scalp disease. The trouble with tlje greasy salves and lotions, tke dandruff add scalp cures you have.tr?fd so far is that they don't do anythuwr but temporarily relieve the itch Inland cako tho dandruff so it does not fall until it Ls dried out again, sioih ing can cure really cure such troubles, but a real scalp medicine that will kill tho germs causing dandruff and scalp disoasi. Loaiplng from leading fellow druggists throughout America that they had founds whirlwind cure for dandruff, of tbe skin and eczema and scalp-JhU. L. Perry's Drug Store, on proviCiglo the laboratories compound! ing th.p treatment, mat- - it is tne most prom! tient drug store in this city, se cured tho agency fqr the remody. This remedy is ZKHU, she clean, liquid pre paration that kills the germ of disease and ZEMO SOAP to wash the scalp; or skin clear and clean of the dandruff or scale und, by its antiseptic, qualities sooiho and heal. . bold and guaranteed by druggists ev erywhere and in Richmond by H. L. --es o -- A JUDGE ON TOBACCO UIY HELPS CHILDREN way o; avoidini sickness VBIllbU U. in Tjr fim. ily. especially among the children, by use of a free sample bottte of the the IUIUUU3 laxative, ur. Caldwell's Syrup .Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's tn send a free sample bottle has been re vuviiuwu tu uv rnnncsnra nf tam. iu au pans ox America, Man: jHirIi Thiwine. At BEFORE CWrCH jMtiee CLUB 3250 and $3 Other grades $1.20, $1.50 and". 82 LMtitvWt- - 0'Rear Matos Strfthf TaWc On R. Sr G. Corsets Cms Ihraritiia. .Nine tunes out of ten when , and you don't k actly what is the matter wltH needs a laxative its bow? U 7r, ' . thi ".ruu'5: Joncreosinthetrill rrect m? chiM and " .11 soon IT Will UC WC11 "441 ful results !, V" Syrup Pepsin over night wea K,th complains .y..u. j. 4 T n- "ntT- Our Boys' Clothing Stock Is entirely too large and in order tUb stock we will make record breaking low prices All $10.00 and 312.50 Boys' Suits . .$7.00 " " 7.50 and 0.00 5.03 ' " .93.0.00 and 7.00 -5.00 Coys Suits i. 3.95 " Other good Suits very cheap. " Men's 5oft Collars, 15 cents Prof. Smith, at the head of tho Science Department of the Normal school haH discovered a very destructive beetle bn the elm leaf And claims it will do untold damage in this section, if not conquered, He has tho following to say in regard to it; Tho Elm Leaf Beetle which has "made its first appearance west of the Appalac hian mountains this year is a native of Southern Europe and tho islands of the Jledlteranean bea. It aow exists in large numbers in France, Italy, Austria and South Germany. the U. S.. in 1837 it at Baltimore, Maryland. It has now spread from Providence R. I. to Charlotte N.-C-. It has passed up several river valleys on the Atlantic coast such as the Hudson to Alabany but has not been seen rest 3 , of the mountains until this year 'to my Perry. knowledge, although we have been look Lost All. ing for it .to appear in Kentucky, Ohio, Tin) many friends in Madison of MackIndiana and Tennessee, Its only food plant is the elm, prefer Hughes, the popular Danville horseman, ably the English elm but our American will be sorry to read-o- f his loss by fire elm docs about as well, in fact, there of his entire stable of fine saddle and scorns to bo very little choice among our harness horses last Monday at Danville. "Wunder Hose" guaranteed to wear"? months CLOTHES 4 pairs in box native elms. Besides all of his feed, saddles, harness It was first noticed on June 9, 1911' on and tithe r traps, which cost Mr. Hughes $1 Box jot always the man who spends the most money for ckHhes who gots a row of elms Just in "front of Sullivan about $200, thero wore five very fine lb bt- Vn nave to know lawics, style ana tailoring ifeiore you can spend Hall on the E. K. S. N. campus. animals consumed by the flames. They our cioMr jMMMMsiy. wny roc learn now, mis summer, now to judge Millinery A few years ago it attacked tho elms were able to save only five- horses out of i'lottMt Hw M Mil band tailoring? We're ready to put you through a series on the campus of CornellUnlvcrslty but the barn. The animals lost were Scott One-ha- lf price of Ion em. Yau don't obligate yourself a bit by taking advantage of this offer. (iritfau Cfecteet" are among tbe very nsest examples of otethes in Amerioa. owing to their size which rendered them Burton's fine two year old filly by HighThey are ad made from perfect fabrics. We'll be glad to tell you diflicult to spray, they were all cut down land Gay, valued at 8350. Carroll ow and we'll Mt embarrass you by making you feel as though you had 1 about Magazine, McCall to prevent the spreading of tho beetlo. Ballriy's45tud colt, by Preston, out of a to pumhaiii. "OrtHbti Clothes" are all wee). In order to reduce our stock of 4lj Thousands upon thousands of dollars mart by On Time and valued at 3500. Fams, spring aad Swim or OrifoB Suits, we make the following prices: $1L0S have been spent in tho East in an effort A flee thoroughbred owned by Mr. Hall, f W and $MSaiU how $12.43 Matting $IS ad S16. Suite bow to control this beetle but it seems very of Oakdale, Tenn., and valued at $000. 8 9.93 $12.60 aad $13.50 Suite sow Jake Robinson's Rex Pea vino filly, which diflicult to keep down. Our attention was first called to it by was a very promising young animal, out for MEN'S STRAW HATS tho appearance of tho leaves which had of a mare by Bourbon Chief, and valued McCall Patten No. 4107 an i We are maktac great Redactions on lien's Straw Hate all the new all the green material eaten out and only at $500. George Robinson's fine bugy Price, 15 etc! i sh apes in bard aad soft straw, also a nice Hue of Panamas mare, valued at $3(30. Wells Tewmey's the gauzy framework loft. A CHARMING COSTUME GENTS' ATHLECT1C UNDERWEAR its mo nistory runs thus: It passes mare, Nancy Peavlne, which was one 10 McCall 15c the winter in the adult stato under the of the greatest show animals of 1910, 35a No sleeve shirts and short pacts, regular 59 ceal value, now bark of trees, in barns, iu unoccupied was slightly burned on tho back. The houses and various other places where animal also fell and skinned herself badley in being rcsoued: it can securo shelter. As soon as tho elm buds burst in the good The of today spring tho beetles mato and begin to eat health, womantemper, goodwho hasbright. sense, cood the young leaves. cyei( and a lovely complexion, the result This eating continues until the leaves of correct living and Hood digestion are nearly grown but during the latter wins the admiration of- - the world. If THE FINAL ANALYSIS. part of Iheir feeding tho females lay a your digestion Is faulty Chamberlian's btomaon and Lilver Tablets will correct very large number of eggs arranged in it. For salo by Stockten & Son. (Shelby Sentinel.) two or three irregular rows on the under If the tobacco grower does not toCullon's meat market gives prompt day pool his 1910 product there is side of the leaf. The eggs are orange delivery. Phone 125. but one reason for It. It can be deyellow, oval, oblong, tapering to a rather single word. It is an obtuse point. agent for Hurs.t scribed In a Thos.. A. Shellon, Farm News ugly one too, and one that we hate Tho eggs hatch in a week and tho Home Tnsuranco Co. Writo me or phone to utter or to give place to in our larval begin at once to cat on the under151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Si Items ol Interest to The Farminds. Yet it is the only one that 6 mer, the Grower and side of tho loaves, gradually skelletoniz- ft the Iturnam's Insurance Agenoy, Douglas, will stand the test of a diagnosis. ing them. The larvae reach full growth That word ls selfishness. 6 Stockman. e g which is a little less than half an inch Simmons & Dcatherage Buildingl Phone Now that we have spit it out, let 07. there be none to believe that The in fifteen or twenty days. They then Joe Oldham purchased from "different Sentinel is any the less sincere in cither crawl down tho trunk to the parlies last week ninety fat hogs at 5 4 ground or drop from the branches Its friendship to the tobacco grower. direct It ls by reason of our intense love cents. Madison Circuit Court to the ground. When once on the ground for the farmer and his interests, they transform into naked light orango Berea Bank & Trust Co. Plaintiffs which are a part of our own, that we Joe Oldham shipped last weok a j or yellow colored pupae a little more have forced ourselves to extreme ARE BEST Defendants statement, In the hope this jdoublo deck of lambs to Cincinnati than one fourth of an inch long. Then J. 8. Waddle, &c that the evil purchased In Madison at from 5 4 to Under and by virtue of a judgement may be corrected and cured while in from six to ten days they pass Into CLOTHES 2 els. TTn mtivftqcnil and order of sale rendered at tho May there Is time. .5 v.ni. VIr the beetle or adult stage. UUUbU i KiiUJVU term of the Madison Circuit Court, tbe hogs from east End farmers at 5 2 To repeat again, let the days for At the present writing there is a ring undersigned Master Commiss!onerof profitless discussion of the good of larvao and pupao nearly an inch deep said Court will on i .Jtfk things done by the pool be ended. Benton & Evans shipped Thursday a Bench Tailored Ready to around our trees. About one fourth of The proof is too abundant and patent Monday, July 3, 1911, load of extra fine hogs purchased from "Wear Guaranteed not to the larval at tho has of the tree have for argument. George Hume at 5 2 cts. They already been transformed into pupae At 3 o'clock p. m., sell to tho highest The question, and the only one, Shrink or Fade averaged 225 and were an exceptionally while thousands of others can bo seen and best bidder in front of the Court that is up to the farmer today Js, will House Door in Richmond, Ky the fol fine bunch. on all the parts of the trunk crawling lowing described property, or so much you pool your crop? If you still on argument and angry discustoward the ground. Many of the larvae thereof as will produce the sum of 3721.- J. W. Tate sold to J. O. Jolinstnnn get behind pieces of bark or in the crotch 42, and the costs of this action. sion, let us add, tell your troubles to sixty-fiv- e the marines, well none of them. lambs, first pick out of of large trees and there transform withA certain tract of land Pool, pool, pool your crop. The for Juno delivery, that averag- - out going to the ground. The larvae are ea si pounds per head. The prico was Partly in Rockcastle and Madison crop of 1910, That's all. nearly black when first hatched but counties, beginning at a corner to E. T. all six cents a pound. This is the host A WARNING TO with each moult they become more Fish and Mary Davis, also corner, to average weight, considering the number yellow and when mature the yellow tract sold to Brack Pigg by E- - T. Fish and early delivery, so Tar heard of this predominates, occuring as a broad dorsal near the (Burt) houso built by Brack (Cynthlana Log Cabin.) Y W poles with season: Danville Advocate. airs. Pigg; stripe and two lateral stripes. As to Davis1 thence s l The Issues are made up and the in line ta a maple and small hickory distinction in feeding habits the adult nnd a poplar stump on a small drain; telligent farmer can not fall to B. T. Mattox has sold to W. G. Mc- beetles cat holes entirely thru tho leaves thence S 59.2 poles to the county road; realize he ls Clintock, for August delivery, 140 head while tho larvao only skelletonize them. thence up Scaffold Cane hill with the position that has in the most serious he ever occupied. He present county road to a stone on the can pool his crop and thereby help of lambs, for 5 3 cents per pound. The egg laying season is quite long west side of said, road, now a corner Mr. Mattox also sold to W. D. Mclntvre. and all stages may be found on the same to John Waddle; thence with Waddle's insure a good market for years to Fine Line New Style for delivery June 10, 21 heifers that tree at the same line S SO. 24 poles to a stone in a hollow; come, or he can sell out to tho trust time goose that lays the and help kill win average abont 950 pounds, at 5 Thero are two generations, in one thence wjth the meanders of said hol- golden eggl the low, a southwest corner 119 poles to a' cents per pound: Paris News. season, the first in May and the second buckeye and black walnut on bank of There are thousands of farmers in July and, because of this fact, they branch; thence S 10 poles to J. J. who think they can sell out and not Farmers used to hoot at the idea spread very rapidly, hence every effort Martin's line; thence down Martin's affect the general result farmers to poplar that soils had any noticeable effect should be mado by theiKentncky people line to a poplar -stump,to corner FishfN 130 who are willing to take the chances and Furnishing Goods, Suit stump by J. N- Ogg E. S. upon'wool but is now very generally to blot them out of existence. I appeal poles to two spotted oaks Price and Gum on some one else keeping up the Gases, Trunks, Umbrellas, recognized that they do, and one who to every lover of the forest, to every on dividing ridge and county line. S market. etc., at lowest prices for high says his -- oil is not good for wool grow Kentuckian who loves tho stately old 45 B 20 poles, js 75 K 48 poles to a It remains to be seen whether the and two chestnut oaks; thence majority of farmers will do their ing is no longer laughed at, says the elm with its graceful branches and kind- locust the West heirs lino to the leaning, duty to themselves and their neigh class goods. with Farmers' Homo Journal. Sheep lie ly shade to come to its rescue. Let white oak, now down tho Bently corner bors, or will hold out and let the pool upon the ground a geat deal; the air everybody be on the lookout for tho and corner to O. J. Bake; thence N 41 go to ruin. in summer is constantly full of parti beetle's appearance. We do not know W 02 poles to a chestnut oak on the We have so words of abuse for the leaving the the hill; cles of dust, and there is no reason how it reached our campus but suppose brink of new line Nthence E 215 poles Independent, and we believe we have '33 4 Bently a why if the soil contains chemicals it to have been shipped with goods from to a stone on tho ridge corner! ta a tract never applied the word "dumper" to sold by Charles Lester to Hart Bros; th outsiders. But we want to warn detrimental to wool, the fleece mayJ the East to some of our merchants. that they are To get rid of it, we spray our trees thence"- - with said line S 77 2 E to the these independents not be affected by it An alkaline soil brink of the li)lt thence with an agreed doing all in their power to ruin the particularly has a harmful effect upon with Paris green ox arsinate of lead. tobacco market for years to come line sold by Fish to Wm. Powell, Ol(?es Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond This is a very diflicult task because of the brink of the hilL to a corner onwith and that they will succeed in doing wool. A neutral or .acid soil such as . tbe clay or sand is best for wool produc the height of tho trees. Tbe trees should point near the district school house it unless they quickly join the pool in tion. The reason why alkali is detri- bo thoroughly sprayed as soon as thd with l'owell s itno to awhlto oak stump; large numbers! to S 44 E stake Each Independent can do more mental is that when it -- comes in con leaves start in tho spring and th'en at thence corner; 38 poleswitha her line Mary Davis' to a thence intervals of two weeks until five or six chestnut, a Corner Davis and Brack Pigg; than any old pooler because every tact with the siol it saponifies it. Independent joins he ls fol. GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N Every one is familiar with this prin sprays have been given. thence N with Pigg's line around the time an lowed by four or five old poolers who I Itpp V U tnu inCtllege We use one pound of Parjs green or head of the hollow as per survey Graduate McKI ciple, is being examplified in the proLawyers ol Chicago, x t DENTIST cluding tho boundary of land by Fish to have been "waiting on the lndepen duction of soft soap by the combina- three pounds of arsinate of lead to fifty U. J. .Lake which is wholly within this dents." We want to urge the inde Office is Douglas & Stmmeaa' new tion of lye and grease. When the oil gallons of water. It will also help verv boundary with the understanding that pendents to quickly join their neigh Lick, Building a Second Street saponifies, it no longer keeps the much to kill all the larvae and papa'j C. J. Lake or his assigns shall have a bors and Insure tbe success of the Crewn, Bridge and Inlay work a Office at J. R. AscbllTs Stable opp. Ceurt Hftuse reasonable passway down the branch pool. A few more weeks and lt ma scales soft. They stand out in all .di- found around the base of the tree. Specialty. Office Phone 99 I To prevent their pupiating under the from his premises to the Davis line. ba ererlastlngly too latel Office in Bank Building. Richmond, Ky rections and rub each other. Such Res. Phone 532 J This tract of land contains about 200 STJXjT. harsh, dry fleeces never command a bark, the larger trees should be scraped acres, more or less, and the Commisi If I had Eczema. carefully. As the beetles are good flyeis oionor will first sell that part of said good price on the market, for they they will spread rapidly and should be tract over which there is ndtd;lspute and I'd wash it away with that mild, sooth cannot be used in the production' of Attoekkyat-LA- a , ll n uoes npv unuy enuugu w sausiy ing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c. fine woolens, it is not, at all uucom- - exterminated at all hazards. Plaintiffs debt, interest and cost, then Dentist Relievs all kinds of skin troublo, clean find a fleece that is good on the G. D. Smith, KENTUCKY. SlSHMQND, tho whole boundary will be sold. solicage of those its patron needing ser- mon to back, but harsh and unpliable'on the Telephone 267 TERMS: This land will be. sold on a ing up the complexion as nothing else vices of a competent man. Address, Jffice over Slate Bank & Trust Co., opcredit of six and twelve months time, can. sides, and, underneath, showing very RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Office in Oldham Building posite Court House, on Main Street. purchaser to have privilege of paying Yes. If I had any kind of skin trou clearly that contact with the soil has cash if desired. If sbld on time the detrimentally affected It. We will !end you 12 of the prettitst purchaser will bo required to execute blo I'D USE D. D. D. Stockton & Son. Easter, Silk Love Scenes bond with good security;' payable to the beason uarus in season, etc., you ever Commissioner, bearing o per cent inFnoJi every portion of the state comes terest from date until paid, with a lien Real Estate. will the word of a big tobacco-crop- , at least saw if you 4p cut this out and sendffit retained on the property until all the to us with to pay postage and mailing purchaso money is paid, to have the All persons desiring either to sell or an ettort is to De mado to raise It, if the purchase land or other property or to wftather man will hnlrt nut irnnA Thorn and Say that you will show them 'to force and effect ol a judgment. make rentalsof same will find it to their H. Rice will bo a big crop in Madison, all Inlk to some of your friends. interest to place tho same with me as I N. L. MUNRO the contrary notwithstanding. With Master Commissioner M. C. C. The modern builder recognizes a good plumbing system as one of tbe am a member of the National 9 Vandewater St. New York plenty of rain from now until the first tlve Realty Co., of Washington, with wisest investments he could make. Modern plumbing increases the selling of July the young plants will come with agents throughout the United States, occupants from the a rush. a bouse, adds to its comfort, and safeguards the value Administrator's Notice. Moxicoand Cuba. Also my services as diseases caused by defective plumbing. auctioneer may be secured by calling on Your Neighbor's Experience. All persons having claims against tiho ma at my residence, No. 200 Third St. guaranmodern bathroom you Whenyouhave us install a How you may profit by it Take estate of R. Emmett Roberts will, pleise Richmond, Ky. S. E. Scott. Foleys Kidney Pills. Mrs, E, G. Whit- present them to mo properly verifieias teed fixtures fitted by plumbing experts an assurance of good sanitation and f22-t-f ing, 3G0 Willow St. Aron. O.. savs: as required by law ,pn or before Oldham Building July 'For some time I had a very serious lasting service. t s ! ! ! 1 Cg & case oi xiuney trouoie and l suffered 1, 1911 or same will be barred. i Foley's Kidney Remedy.; Ky- Parties Indebted to said, Roberts Till with backaches aud dizrv headaches. Y(e axe always fo Is particulary recommended I had specks floating before my eyes please settle their indebtedness ;tnd your command pnu i ieii an urea out ana miserable. save further trouble. chronic cases of kidney and bladde i I saw Foley Kidney Pills advertised and trouble. It tends to adjust and eontrr Burton Roberts, ready to install new fixgot a. bottle and took them according to the kidner and bladder action, and " Ruthton, Ky. directions and results showed almost at neaiin?. streneincnins ana o racing. 101 5L4t TO INSURE YOUR tures or to" do repairing on oncov The pain and dizzy headaches McConnell, 117 Catherna St., Film Is. . house; WITH N. Y says; '"Two bottles did thewL. leit me, my became clear and What.Fc-le-y short notice. Kidney Pills Will mncf nflTeftUveiv. nnd urn vert to me ra. I can cay I am a well woman. . do for you. voibd dewic.lt is the most relwbie crkt thanks to Foley Kidney Pills. For sale Does your plumbing aey gmiWmo X had ever take n a bea Dy Jstockton ic son. F.oley Kidney Pills area true, medi need our attention ? shall al ways, have my endo-r- kid-- . ' cine. Theyare healing, strengthening, Fqr sm by Wockten & Sonem ad "Burnam s Insurance Agency. Don't AT ONCE Foley Klepey amtiieptic and tonic. wait. Suppose' your property sTioaTd Pills take hold of your system ELs&ay wdlielfi THAN TO WAIT UNTIL-- . Iff burn tonight. See us. Phone 707. t-you- to rid yourself of your drafting BURNS AND WISH te wy.pkw oe Bi. Hill Ave., a boar ' There is one xaediclne that every backache,, dull nervos,J I kw7 'OwM? 8 sm6 by proving YOtf HAS . isHiuy ktwr- ouii oe provwea wttn mm Telephone 270 property and pay expense of Jcep Manager Bcfij.F. '3 jeepecialy during the summer monthr, Vila f.lLn. .1. t . advartisiag. Z.M. BonV rut, ChanberliMi's Colic, Cholera, aikl paired action of your kidiwyt hod Harry M Blinfrny J Diarrhoea. KMdy, H i almost . UvMaMMUtftelKtm a,prty bladder. BoBtbr it k Pefey Kijhy It eostut' a quarter. afford to be without U? For Pills that do this for you. iffticsi mmIm. yoer Wtak amm Son. Stockton Steclutoa ft Son. - a at Our entire stock of the regular July hawd-iaUora- 5c 5c t 3 Palm Leaf Rugs, 26x72, 48c Extra good Underwaists ennaren, sizes, uc American Beauty Corsets Patterns, and E. V. ELDER Sterling Clothes THE 1-- ganization of growers is shown in the declaration, "If the farmers are not prosperous, there Is not a. town In Kentucky exceut Louisville that .could stay on the map longer than it wouia lake the railroads to move the citizens away." Kentucky'! Rich Monopoly. "Kentucky needs more mone-r.-' 1.1 "T. J juu6u u tn ear, -- ana people are not going to give It to us. We have. been Inviting forelm capital ever since I have been blr enoueh to read the newspapers, but it cither has not received the Invitation or has been busy elsewhere. Kentucky nroduces 5 Per cent of the burler tnhnrrn of the world, and mow tobacco of all wnas man any equal territory. To bacco grown elsewhere is no more Kentucky tobacco than blue grass Is Kentucky bluegrass whin grown In Mliaourl. Horses can be raised wher ever a man can, but there is no thoroughbred like the one bred In old Kentucky. So thero is something In this 'domain, chosen by our forefath ers for a home, when they had the whole' west to choose from, that Is conducive to the production of tobac co. Practically we have a monopoly of Its production. Efficacy of Organization. "There is nothing in that muddy stream called the Ohio river that makes it natural for people living north of It to be more successful. And there ls no reason why Indiana and Illinois and Ohio should grow richer every year while Kentucky barely holds her own, unless it is because' they are given a protection that Kentucky is not." Judge O'Rear declared that he felt it was permissible for any man Inter ested In establishing Kentucky where she was SO years ago among her sis ter states to concern himself with the great movement of orgaitzatlon which has the approval of the legls lature, the press, the courts and the constitution, and Is similar to organizations which were approved by the predecessor of the present president Of the United States. y"N Justice E. C. O'Rear of the Ken tucky court of appeals took "The Tobacco Situation" as the subject for a striking addiess before the Men's Club ol the Crescent Hill Presby terian enurch in Louisville. The serious light In which he regards tho or -- truly wonderful laxativ r.n,t g cially adaoted tn thr. the family s and children because it is pleasant to latter-beinare invited to t .1 i0 iuu uu cima will rpfit tt Th.n at the doctor'smake a i f rsl it is mild and never gripes. It is all your address today "le Vffl that a child's remedy should be. though it is a good laxative for the your home. Then whn utuc.A. ' whole family because it is rff-;- . at all ages. It is not dynamic like it of your favorite druggist. " salts. Dills and nnwrfiil r. ... which should not be given to chii- - t--. For the free sanuifo r inia t i . ut. vv. a. caldwelL urcn unaer any circumstances building. MontfcellaHL For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqUE J - 3tt... r,i.. Through Service to Louisville Daily Except Sunday, Commencing May 1 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES . 11:30 am 5:00 am Lt. .1250 pin 620 am Lv. 2j00 pm 236 pm 2:58 pm 3:35 pm 4:25 pm 625 pm BEATTYVILLE IRVINE RICHMOND 722 am Lt. 7:56 8:18 8:55 9:45 12:15 am am am am pm Lt. VALLEY VIEW NICHOLASVILLE VERSAILLES Lt. Lt. Ar. Ar. FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE Ar. 2:45 pm 9:45 Ar. 125) pm 825 Ar. 1220 pm 6:55 Ar..llt44 am 6:19 Ar. 11:22 am 5:57 Ar. 10:45 am 520 Lv. 9:55 am 4:30 Lt. 7:40 am 2:00 pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm All trains are daily except Sunday and carry through coaches to and from Louisville. Train arriving Louisville 625 pm and leaving Louisville 7:40 am runs via Shelbyville. Other trains run via Lagrange. See your Local Agent for Full Particulars 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 Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Buy jour housohold goods here and SAVE MONEY tf Commissioners Sale. -- headquarters for 5, 10 aad 25 eet goods. F. r that ordinarily sell for a dime. For l' cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything m We- - are Opposite Elder's. 5 cents you can buy many items 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building in-Ei- st 50 years experience the Rural Telephones Mr Farmer: Slake your home as modem for your family as a city r denes and place yoursell in a position to get the latest market quotations any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service. wh Tou and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the be: eSis received. Call or address our nearest office or write direot to headquarter-- . Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our speetal 'Farmers' Line rata If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can Immediate!'. nterestyou. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, Mlssiseipn Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. guarantee in sizes from suits, smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from factory seven-ty-sevo- n, EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporate-- ! Hats Worn Women "Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take "Wine of Uardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women havt tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the grea benefit it has been to them. Try it don't esperimen" medicine. 'use this reliable, oft-tried J. B. Stouffer H. I. PATRICK Dr. C Paint Kentucky 3-- 1-- H. Mainhart TAKE CARDU AT ALL DRUG STORES Veterinary Surgeon The Woman's Tonic Mrs: Rena Hare, of Pierce. Ha., tried Cardui and af terwar wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, Iik pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of bna' x sunerea lor years, until mv nusbana insisted on my u Gardui. The first bottle cave me relief and now I am almost wdL Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. Dr Robt. C Boggs H. DOTY, CSURVEYOR, 12 Post Cards Free s, A Safe Investment '&u4a4 C WALL PAPE SOMETHING NEW! ,. . ' . order lor the coming seasomKDc want a change from the regulation thincrs vou have seen for years are tired of them and we think you must be. we have been looking for something different and better, and we have found them. Come in and see these new things You will be as pleased as we are. '"Vjij jnow is ine ume to put your- - uousera 24-2- 50-4- -t of J. T. FERR1ELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, get i; at always IT IS BETTER t eye-sig- nt to-d- a Ft s f Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Hon, - WILLGIMG 213 West Main Street. t lt, Onm .5 aK intht W WX Pfr, WiKknr Shades, Frames tad Gkwt Pictures, Wlien You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult ior most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things-- , "if you. follow this plan of .adding .something new every . spring. It A u oi wru w ss u aie Into A Complete B sssBsK ssssssH H H r Splendid Stock of New Up-torOa- te Furniture, Mattings ancpugs Beady for your selection sssssH sssssB sssssB sssssssLssssisssH SH jHsB novtJ - IS S jjjj BENNETT and H I GGiN j iSlsBl BbJbIbB BHBBLb fBVBHBaB 1 UNDERTAKING II IIIH III! Ill 1MB II 11 I Any wtf know or mother who mnU to (are her OmOKej Cuban Star, 5c 3t. the cut porchtu OHHIKE th Id for years, and if no benefit U obtained CEKIKE is prepared In two formt, 27a I. powder. B.bto!ntelr tistelew eret treatment, RRIXE No. 2, in pill form, tht Try Allman & Pigg's meats. That good ice cream at Ricci's tf el New Clerk Mr. Buford Gormerley. the clerk, has accepted a position with J. S. Stanifer, the Main street clothier, and is welcoming his friends to this it for those who rt bocUet about OSSIKE. PERRY'S DRUG STORE Prices Are Cut Deeper, Until Clothing, Hats, Shoes and FURNISHINGS Are Sold Lower Than Ever Known In Kentucky sale, and cut prices still deeper. This slaughter of values was forced upon us by a combination of unfortunate circumstance- s- -These are the First, we bought too heavily; next, the late spring held trade back; then the drouth, now so happily ended, kept many from buying. reasons that compel us to utterly disregard cost or value and to make prices so low as to seem absolutely unreasonable Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Eurnam's Insurance Agency writes all 43tf . .. Law Out The law prohibiting the killing of squirrels expired last Thursday and there wDl be plenty of gunners out for the next few weeks looking for sport. In the Big Hill section of the county, it isjsaid the supply this year is unusually plentiful. ads. After Him Allman & i has repeatedly thrown them down while cyclone he was in a position to aid them'. They tf are strong for Cor. Many of them claim they will vote for McCreary if O'Rear is Al kinds of building material, quick the nominee. p vi' rv it. lr. uiimuuiu w via To Maysville Onler one of those juicy steaks from A jolly crowd went to Maysville Sunu..oa. xuuuo day on the special train to see the sights of the river town and witness the ball C.ve Mrs. Evans or Mrs. Powell your rivermen fame between the hard fought and the contest It was a ) cents. and should have gone to the Richmond team. Creager allowed only three hits, Come to Owen McKee, Richmond while the Maysville pitcher was batted IT- fr.r Hrv roods a.nd notions. Others freely. . . uo ana wny noi you. "t Swell Shod tan low cuts for men $4.00, Dan Breck, fire, lightning, n,l uve stock insurance. 1 The negroes of Madison county are Pigg handle the best of making an open fight against the nomio nation of Judge O'Rear, claiming that he 1 We continue our big Many of them suitable for all the year wear, have been divided into four great lots, as follows: All Our Spring For Twelve-Fift- y and Summer Suits Bowmar's Summer Tours Personally conducted; low inclusive cost, high class accommodations. day, Yel-iewsto- Rice & Arnold. New Agent Special agent, Robert Coleman, for the State Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Massachusetts, was in the city all last week and arranged with Mr. Qui an Taylor to represent the company in this county. Mr. Taylor has seen service in the insurance business and is a wide awake man along this line. With such a pood comnanv hehind him I a large amount of business should be written in this locality. Park and West, starting MonJuly 3; Niagara Falls, Toronto, etc. Tuesday, Aug. 1; Atlantic Oity, New York, etc August 17. Write Bowmar's To:bs, Versailles, Ky., for folders giv- full details. 50-- 15.U J 12.52 you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $18, to $20. These are also Kenton Hand-madand fine enough for any man. Every suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring e, $io 1 00 H Court Day Dinner dirner on October court day. Particular wal be announced later. Puttie A. Ciav Infirmary will give a We Got Er. The Department lias decided to place a Postal saving bank at Mt. Sterling, Winchester and Richmond. The new office will be opened about the 10th , and Postmaster Wallace is expecting a good run, He has been quietly talking to Postmaster General Hitchock about Richmond and what a great thing it would be for the depattment to place such an institution here, and he is gratified to know the official listened our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and All At Last Tio r.,l haK nt last heen snread on the Cuit ndden streets of the city and it is l.oped that the thoroughfares will be fit to travel on without swallowing a pound cr two of nasty dry dust. It should have been put on the first of May. and keep their shape perfectly. 5trong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $15.00 weaves tailored to fit without fault Honest values at 15.00, 16.50 and 7.00, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big Will you loss to us, big gain to you. buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from 7 at these prices 50 1 foi-choke. Brand new suits, this season's, models, unusual values at 0.Q0 to 12.50 slaughtered at.750. Prudent men will buy for future needs Doing Better. Mr "Sudds" Baird, the crack second to him. basement of the Pioneers, who has been out of the game with a crippled hand, Watch 'Em has recovered sufficiently to resume his position at the second sack. On account Game Warden, Dick Bailey for Madiof his feverishly hitting ability, his son county, claims that the prospects absence has been sorely felt-I- n for birds was never so encouraging as this year. The warm dry spring has brought the batch out wonderfully and Com. the rains have not been heavy enough season has to drown the real young ones, as Is the The backward tobacco to case so often heretofore. He is anxious forced many farmers of Madison plant the land in corn and abandon the that all owners of bird dogs see that the idea of raising a crop of tobacco. they remain away from the fields as The first of May the outlook for a ban- much as possible and not disturb the ner tobacco crop was encouraging, but youn? ones, xnere are nunaroas oi The dry weather has forced the country young ones killed each year by roaving men to put it all in corn. bird dogs, tnat nunt tne young ana kiu them before they are able to fly. Mighty Slaughter of Hats Lowest Prices Ever Made. Look! $5.00 for 3.50; 3.50 for 2.25; 2.50 for 1.65; 1.50 for 1.00; 1.00 for 75 cents Stetson Hats 10 per' cent. Off . , Straw Hats For a Song ' $3.00 for 1.75; 2.50 for 1.50; 2.00 for 1.25? 1.50 for 95c; 1.00 for 75 cents . ,v.; Panamas, $5.00 for 3.50 - ;". 'I . Many Aches. Nothing in out of dato styles at half The local market has been offering price, but nice clean goods at a reasonits first consignment of southern able price. Buy you a Hopkin's straw s and they have sold well Rice & Arnold. at fancy prices. There are a thousand hat from the region of the solar plexus, aches in Charges Refuted. when you come in contact with such at so early a season. Isn't it so? The Grand jury at Nicholasvllle, having investigated several charges hxr "limmv" Rowers in his Gal Wallace Busy. ling Gun as to graft among the county Mr. James Wallace, of Irvine, who otnciais, maae tne luuuwin regi" aspires to become the nominee for state but week to Judge Benton: "fair: We, treasurer on the republican ticket, is the Grand Jury of Jessamine County, making a hard fight for the place and is would report that in accordance with canvassing the state thoroughly. He your instructions we nave maae a is one of the best known republicans in through examination into the charge of the Tenth district, a successful finan- graft made in the Sower's Catling Gun cier and a popular business man. of tne aate oi aune i, ivu, uu uu that Mr. Sowers was misinformed, and Too Much iha rhuriras. therein made are wholly The withdrawal of Joe 0. Yanmeter incorrect and untrue and we find that from the race for the democratic nomi- the county ofliclais nave Deen laiiiuui, was undoubtiy honest and true to their oath or office in nation for treasurer, the work done and being done on the' brought about on account of the made against him by the turnpikes of Jessamine county with the labor unions of the State. The opposi- road machinery lately purchased by the tion had become so strong, that his r lSCat COUn OI saiu touuvj. friends advised him to withdraw in the Welcomed interest of harmony. The heaviest rain of the year fell Sun- anil iVin farmers are now Auto Party Messrs. Lewis Gill, F. B. Maricsbury, satisfied that the Ruler of the Universe Dr M. K. Denny. Arthur Joseph and has not forgotten them, xnis wm neip W. B. Burton motored from Lancaster some tobacco planters, but the majority Friday and attended the ball came. of them had abandoned the idea of They rooted for the Pioneers, and were raising, so long was the rain in coming. arougui. " ve7 much disappointed to see tne locals So serious naa tnethat reportsu. received urop the game to Maysville. Mr. Lewis Central Kentucky Agriculture Rankin v. tji!.. the sneed Jdntr. bandied the lj r.nmiinniir nf o crop machine and made a record run from are that the White Burley tobacco . per of 1911 will be cut to jess man Lancaster here. cent of the crop oi iiu- mmiwf nf the Board of Con- n XiUiU Why Not of trolofthe- - Franklin county branch was A popular idea has been advanced b, the Burley Tobacco Society, it ena cilv in the Bluecrrass league and learned last night that the growers, would be a creat thine to try here. It couraged by the short crop, will try to is a "Dollar Rooters Day". Lets have dooI the crop of 1911. Solicitors. who a Rooters Day SLOO admission and it Helped pool tne vooacw uu ,i ' would swell the receipts at least $500. years are being paid at the rate of $1 per Loyal fans would give up this amount acre pooled. and writhe event well advertised, a large crowd could be secured from out They Enjoyed of the city. V. vv .ac( nloQcarit a well as ever taken by the most profitable tnpscounty to inspect Making A Record. the Fiscal rourt or tho counties of the One of the hustling institutions of the roadways of other the county is the Kincaid Brick Co., of Bluegrass, was last Wednesday, when Wn.co unrt this firm branchial? out the Auto Chin, of Richmond, took the -- -. and meeting competition w(th great court thru success. The six months just past It iin ana ocuiv. "" house and live fmm the ccurt has shipped 800,000 brick to different were parts oi Kentucky. Tennessee and Vir K mde the trip. The drivers ginia and orders lire coming in daily for Messrs. R. E. Turley. Spoars 'luriey, points farther away. A contract was J H Dean, Jtonatu umuum, secured last week to furnish 290,000 for Banks. The trip was made thru Lex-. iii- - am) into Frankfort in the handsome new Baptist, cauroa for lljlflOil. ir , Winchester and also 180,000 for the new State Normal at JeeesvlUe, Ya.. tton or ins sew , besides a large shioraeet to Lexlsgton party went for lunch at the Gipita were shown thru A Lexington architect mvd that the hotel ftnd afterwards 4t.... w VirdMi studd. The quality of the brick was the best he !7? was also made In good time nad struck m sosseUne. ... -i TL. itMirt found of road in We can fit you &ad pleas yeu "both la style and price, yosdforil and Fayette countls sod twk iMsty v!fcW notes. AreaML water-melon- Barker's Linen Low Cut Shoes Collars 10 CtS Cut to the Quick . Neckwear At Your Price " . go ysJ SllitS n.f "SSSSr ker's Fine Linen for 15. slaughtered at 0 cents 1 i Ha,nan Great deception in collars. Only ' brands' none better two Richmond stores sell linen col- lars at ail. Look for the word $5 00 for er Walk-Ov- and Beacon . Fmc sdks m ewcst coIors Boys Suits also fall before this mighty slaughter. All our finest go at these prices: Bal! cents, now All 3.10 f 3 5f 4 00 for 25 for 2 75 ' . Cents fof r . 1 $10.00 for 7.00; 8.00 for 5.50; 7.50 50 eents for 5.00; 6.50 for 4.50; 5.00 for ' A o 1 HZ O. JO; 4.UU IOr Z.D- - 5hoes Reduced OQ tor 07 ..; Choice Of All $1 Shifts 75 Cents 1 ; . . Underwear at Slaughter Prices Extraordinary values m Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 9 cents ' Fine Nansook, balbriggan, lisle and other summer weaves, long or short drawers, and shirts with or without sleeves full 50 cent quality,, slaughtered at 39c 1 . . Great stock of plain or plaited bosoms, collars attached or detached, white or fancy colors, all new clean stock, this summer's newest styles. 5olid values at $ , slaughtered at 75 cents lowest price ever made . 1 Odd Pants, Thin Summer Coats, Suspenders, Belts, 'Gloves, Suit Cases, Etc., Etc., all are part arid, parcel of this mighty avalanche of values Thrifty men, men who valuethe buying power -- of-- It w TE' RMS their dollars, will flock to this sale and supply their clothing needs for a long time to come CASH TO ALL bj t -- V,--t.- "r7.T irZetc j- Elee& ovington 1 Banks - - - 1 V i? . amm J w . wmmmm mm mm r - - " ..h. b BKBBBBBBBBBBB Hr v BBBBBBp B ihI IHIH IH HHBB .k ll iH BB fiiHlHlBlHHmlilHhlHJHk ftAFlHi 'B flH. IHHIIh .H 1 h. b H HH81 . V Hv B V BflBMi d88BvlflBHi BH B IBbS Bbh mbI H HBpJBh iHMBBBMBI BHBBHH BHBHBHMI iHHsH BBHHBHHi BHHBBBHi VHIB Wok bRs VHI IWSHi Blr liHlliHi HBHIHh Unfortunate Trade Conditions Forces the J. S Stanifer Stock on the Market Regardless of Cost Clothing, Shoes, Hats and For Men and Boys In the very heart of the buying season we are forced to slaughter standard goods of world wide reputation at a mere fraction of their true worth. This is not a sale of shop worn trash, but a merciless sacrifice of the choicest wares gather together- - from metropolitan markets . Fupnishin as For Men and Boys The Most Daring Disregard Of Cost or Value In a Huge Outburst Of Gigantic Bargains Like a mighty avaDeafened If Mayci & lanche crashing down a mountain side sweeping all before it. Sensational bargains that must lay our counters bare within a short Chicajo period. Join your friends and neighbors in this great bargain rush. An extra force of salesmen have been engaged'to handle the crowds with promptness. Co. This is not a price tinkering event designed to ensnare the unsuspecting, but a Determination Sale. w I Lash to One and All Linetta Handkerchiefs This staple article ol merchandise sold the world over at lOe Don't Forget The Date June 15th to July 3rd Here Is The Price List That Starts The Ball Rolling a Store Will Be Closed 2 Days to Arrange Stock Everything Marked in Plain Figures Double-we- ar "Hose Standard Suspenders Determination Price , Neckwear Choice of colors and shapes in varied Arrow Brand Collars The woild's standard. Selection of entire stock Police and Firemen's Braces Noted for strength the kind always considered good value at 25e You all know this kind. Advertised two for a quarter Determination Price Determination Price Good and substantial. While. our opening supplj will be great they can not last hues and styles. The 25c kind Determination Price Determination Price Determination Price 2c Men's Fine All "Wool 4c Hand tailored and the world's best makes, such as Adler's Collegian Brand and The Washington Make. Also many other well known makes go into this Great Determination Sale at record breaking cut prices SPRING SUITS $1-2.5-0; Be 10c 8c Service Suits Fancy Cheviot Dress Suits Good staunch woolen material, choice go-of- f, 12c Suits o o at to f O O O til o JO tC H-- cn M H- -t M T t5 CC CO CO CO W co co to us 55 Hand-tailore- d (ocso'o'o OftOOO o o ra o o -.s Built with an idea of strength.' All colors and sizes at the but of many patterns nd styles of dark they won't last. So be hereearly if and light materials. We thought 'them great values at $10, but this is you want one. Regular pr.i!e $7.50 a sacrifice Suitable for best wear. --Firm front cut in. the newest style. Choice of many novel fabrics well tailored the usual $12 and $13.50 kind. All sizes Choice exponents of the tailors' art for the very particular fellow who wants the custom made appearance. Brown, black, gray, blue and many combination of colors. $15 to $1S t s2 r-- f- J88 now ii $16.50; jg now Determination Price Determination Price Determination . Price Determination Price O ai at a a o JU- 5!j00 now $19.00 $4.44 $ $8.88 Boys' Shoes and Oxfords .x .; . ;$1.69 Regular $2.00 Shoes for 1.95 Shoes for Regular. 2.50 2.55 Regular 3.00 Shoes for t Children's and little gent's all reduced in proportion You-will find in short lots on special counters at half price to close ' -- $9.99 Special For The Ladies Sil-Kic- L " r rCf? o p Boy's Suits BC aseorUMBt of Boy's Goat m4 Part St) Us. 200 Suit to sine from to 1" ve&rs. Tttey all ge in Uik Otwai DotermiMtion Sale Begttter S6.W Suits for 81.50 7.03 Suite for 8.50- Kegatar 8.09 SoHe for . . 4. 00" lUgHfer 10.00 Suite for .0O RojMtiar 12.00 Sita for 0O Tboy ar Scotch Cheviots. Wal Orask, in light Md daflv gnys, tte bow abodes of tad and brmrn, fancy stripes, ble seizes. DoW breasted coat and kwekerieekw twoorc. Bey's Knickerbocker Puais In brawn aod tan wachaMo gaofc. Great values, at SOe and. Wc Determination Price 86. reals. Mens' and Boy's "Work Shirts and Dress 5hirts We have a great line of Soft Pongees and Swazets. Just the article for this hot weather. All go at, a "cut prices $ .39 Regular 50c sale price " 75c Sale price 59 " $1.00 sale price 79 " 1.50 sale price 1.19 " 2.00 sale price 1.59 " 2.50 sale price ... 1.79 Mens' Shoes and Oxfords You all known that we handle nothing but the best in quality and our prices are the lowest. But we are overstocked and are "forced to sacrifice our entire stock. Solid all leather hoes and Oxfords, extra values at $2.50 and Royal Special ooooS oooo -- xpax s ifi f3 Half Price Determination Price $ .95 1 Regular S5.00 Shooil for Regular 3.00 Shoai for Regular 4.00 Shoe for Regular 5.00 Shoal for Bayien's COO Shoot for - $2.53 2.05 3.35 3.95 1.75. The greatest line of Ladies' Footwear in the city for young women. They fit the arch. We have them in . all shades of leather and fabrics tans, browns, and gun metal, dull kid, patent, suede, white buck, white canvas and cravenette. This line is great for comfort, style and service- - A complete stock in all sizes and Underwear for Men and Boys widths. Tho cool brcezy.kind such as B. V. D., Porosknit, Twintext, Balbriggan, $1.65 Regular $2.00 sale price Nuinsbok and Munsing Union Suits. With long and short sleeves and knee " 1.95 2.50 sale price length drawers. ' 2.45 3.00 sale price .., 19e Regular 25c values sale price., i " 2.95 3.50 sale price " 39c Regular 50c values sale price 3.35 4.00 sale price 79c Short lots ou special counters at half price Regular $1. values sale price . , . , - p P tr p Sn W k J B B cf? a a p ID a S3 P P B P 3 aa oa ax o: os to Keep in: , ijmd the date June 15th to July 3rd. Come early as this Bring is your greatest opportunity this season to get hig class merchandise at such low prices. ;with 15 th, j. s. for tl0 Big Look HH HHHH JKl yellow Banners Bbk DETERMINATION BENEFIT OF THISalsoGREAT starts Thursday, June at 9 o'clock sharp SALE your cash. Sale you, this circular We are overstocked in all lines therefore your reap the HIhI b Bb BBBimH HIHIIHIH0I .iiiiililiilBSls aWHHHmHHB B BHHHHH b ihibhb miiiiii iiriillllllllkiii llllltiiii HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Corner Main and Second Streets RICHMOND, KENTUCKY