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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. ft ; : 1l -- -i 1 - 38th YEAR m RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTS KENTUCKY,; WEDNESDAY, JUNE&28. 191 NUMBER 2 Advertise.lt Prominent Newspaper Deplores (he Fact that Mammoth Cave Is not Belter lor a day or two last week Kentucky's pre it natural wonder, the Mammoth Catje, was olosed on account of a strike ptf the guides employed .by the management. Matters were speedily adjusted, however, and within 48 hours faithful guides wero at their posts andiready for duly. This is said to have bee) the first timo that the cave has beejj closed to the public since 1S08, a peril! of 103 years. Thirty years ago thisjwonderful exhibition of the handi-wor(- c of nature was better advertised that) it is today, though it still surpasses in lauty, size and grandeur all the civis that ,havo yet been explored. Soreie day, after the death of the last of tile eleven nephews and nieces of Dr. Johi Croghan, who bequeathed the protierty to them at his death, many years ago, the property will be sold and the proceeds therefrom will be divided among the heirs of the eleven. A few ycarf ago there were but threo of the eleven beneficiaries of Dr. Crogan's bequest alive. Should the cave fall into the hands of a modern American citizen with sufllcient capital to advertise it and restore it to its prisiino glory as one (if the eight wonders of the world, it wculd easily become an all the-yeresort, with golf links, fishing and boating and hunting, the year round. It is a lamentable fact that today a large percentage of the people who visit the cave are Europeans who visit America and tAve the "Mammoth Cave of Ken tucky" marked on the itinerary before they leave their homes. But the main fault lies with the failure of tho owners and managers to spend a single dollar in the form of advertising during the past quarter of a century. Had the great falls if Niagara been obscured from the view of the world for 48 hours, or been hell up by a strike, the fact would have been .mown in every city of any size in the world, and even intne smaller cities, villages and hamlets where newspapers are published and read. ar He's Running. A Fast One. L. R. Blanton Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint to the wise is sufficent liwi'ia "A few years ago flying machines were hardly thought of, nor was N. V. WHITE Main Scott's Emulsion Emulsion is as much a sum. m;r as a winter remedy. Science did it. in "summer. Now Scott's An DmnUu Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Hon. L. C. Littrell, of Owen county, Farm News Mr. I. M. Hume, of this county, has 9 is making a runaway race of it for the one of the most promising pacers in the Nominee for Superintendent of Public Items ol Interest to The Far-mer- , country. She is a three year old by Instruction on the Democratic ticket in Shakospear, and was driven a mile a the Grower aad Use the coming primary. lie is one of tho few days ago over the Lexington track Stockmaa. best known democrats in the state, - has by the well known relnsman James servod his county as "SuperintendcnJ, Snell in 2;12 last quarter in 31 2 Kentucky crop prospects are excellent and as Representative jn the General seconds. She 'has shown much class report 'of the Depart Assembly and his record is an excellent according to and will contest for the rich Kentucky ment ofAgrlcnlturo, issued today, futurity Messrs. W. E. Luxon and I. M. one. Being a practical school man he Kentucky wheat is rated 88, as against is best fitted for tho office." Hume own a full brother to the sire of a rating of 85 for Indiana Wheat, 83 for this fast mare. It is Lakeland Jr., Illinois wheat, 85 for Tennessee wheat, Advertised letters. another promising Tace horse. and 80 forbhio wheat. Virginia wheat, Lucy Ballinger, Mrs. Edna Baker, is rated 81, nnd west Virginia wheat 80, It is worso than useless to take any Blue Grass Mer. Co. Mr. D. S. Dunning, so thatKenlucky has bolter wheat pros- medicines internally for muscular or chronic rneumatism. All mat is need Miss Nellie Evans, Mr. Clay Green, pects than any neighboring State, Ken ed is a free application of Chamberlian's Mr. Lewis Hampton, John Simon, Mb, tucky bluegrass is rate 75, as against 72 Liiniment. sale by block ton &. bon. W. S. Mathews, Mrs. Nellie McMillioti, at this time one year ago. Miss Ada McCown, W. T. Parks, ulss May Oust Him. Sarah E. Pritchett, Mr, John F. Powers Probably the largast deal of the kind There is plenty of talk going the James Ramsey, Mr. Sam Seborne, M. that has over taken place in this state, rounds of tho newspapers that Collector L. "Smith, Mr. J. N. Stone, Cash Tnrner was Consummated a few days ago, J. Sherman Cooper, of this. Internal Miss Serena Williams, Zeai Tora. when a Paris dealer, in Blue Grass soed Revenue- - District is soon to be ousted sold to a nother dealer, for delivery in from ofllce and a Bradley republican August 100,000 bushels of seed. Tho will replaco him. Work For Temperance. Reports from exact price paid could not be learned, Washington are that the The Arcadia, (DeSoto County) Florida, but is it said that the total amount incombination havo at last News of Juno 8, speaks thus of the volved in the transaction will be between made (the president believe they rule voluntary temperance work there by $100,000 and $175,000. in this state and he is scomingly trying Woods, of this city, while ho was to reward them. Congressman Edwards, on a recent fraternity trip to that state: V. A. Lear bought C5 lambs of L. N. of course, will thus be relegated to the "On last Wednesday night all the prayer goes thru. Mr. meetings of the town merged into one Brown at 0 cents; of A. R. Denny, 50 at rear, if big union meeting to listen to tho 7 cents. A bunch each of Mrs. John Lucien Burnam, one of the leading temperance address by Hon. C. E. Sanders. J. P. Wearen and Dave Swopo deputies in the offlco at Danvile, will at 5 cents per pound. He bought 45 not be injured, even if Cooper is ousted, Woods, of Richmond, Ky. 200 pound hogs of C. A. Robinson at for the he is undor the Civil Service "This meeting was not only an evi- $5.50 and a bunch of hogs of Frank and can be removed only by the Depart dence of the great' interest our people Thompson at 5 cents por pound. ment at Washington. take in tho temperance cause. It also Lancaster Record. Give Mrs. Evans or Mrs. Powell your testifies to the great expectations we order for ono of tho quaint hats at had to Mr. Woods. Our brightest exAValtor Kenney sold to Wm. II.. 50 cents. 1 pectations were realized. The personal appearance of the man, his fine flow of Whaley, Jr, for immediate delivery, at Coming This Way. refined diction, his earnestness, his first Paris 1C0 lambs at G 2 cents per pound. handed experience and his tactful state- Warren Rogers has sold his flock of The following from the Lexington ment of conclusive facts held every one lambs, numbering about 150 head, to be papers will be read with interest by friends and foes to his cause rapt delivered July 1st, for which ho received auto drivers of tbis section and travelers 5 2 cents por pound. Henry S. d attention. along tho Lexington pike. Taking the was tho purchaser. initiative among Blue-gracounties of "Mr. Woods based his address upon tho State in tho matter of model his own experience, as mayor of a largo Fayette county is now engag Kentucky town, that drove the liquor For You. ed in the experiment of constructing traffic from its midst, and prospered When you know any marriages, two miles of asphalt-binde- r road accordthereby. He based his hatred of liquor births, deaths,, accidents, salo of ing to the most modern method of road upon the devastation it lias wrought in land, crop or stock, Churcli news or construction, which the present county his own family and upon its corroding lodge news, please telephone or write administration has undertaken with the and wrecking influence upon his fellow-metho Climax, so wo can let people in view of demonstrating tho superiority Ho is devoted to this temperance of this modern type of road over the old work and is giving his life and money other parts of the county know about it. We want clean news of every macadam pike. to the cause. He travels and lectures The road selected for tho experiment at his own expense. He has delivered kind from everywhere. d is the Richmond pike, addresses in Florida at St. Petersburg, for two miles, extending from the city Tampa, DeLand and Arcadia, as well as Now is tho time of year to feed your limits to the Water Works gate, paralin New York City and Indianapolis. At fowls a good tonic. cures leling the McDowell gpcod way and in DeLand he offered his service gratis to Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and front of historic Ashland the former tho temperance cause in Florida. Ho When fed as a "preventative did this in the presence of our Florida it not only keeps them healthy, but home of Henry Clay. Local autoists n League superintendent. His makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, claim that the road after crossing tho is a work of love. Ho is accomplishing No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, river is bad and greatly inferior to tho Madison county division. From the great good. May God's richest blessing Stockton & Son. river to Lexington is one of tho worst rest upon his unselfish efforts." Try it under tho guarantee. Ask for pikes in Fayette county. booklet on diseases of poultry. If you are going to have a party have Madison Institute will be opened Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone Ricci make your brick cream in that during the summer months for a few and livo stock insurance. tf delicious manner. 4t tf select boarders. 2, -rs m THE STEARNS JB. irininnrsnni MATTRESS (MiME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSIDETHE SHOWS YOU HAVE TO BUYsdH'FHrOMEIN WHAtWsir5Snm0Nl ANtti ft LOOK THR OU.G HJMSrhUCED OPMNSm AND R E A D'.iT HE' B I h IN 6 G U A K ANTE&I TWfl ft' ZZJMi&ZZ f OrJrM TO INSURE REST. THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET this -- 1- -2 52-3- Steams 6c Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. 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" Scholl i us prove It, f conveyinr it to you. wt J it We want your money and you want all. it will buy in. were never so well prepared to give-yovalues as now' Respectfully u - exchange-fo- r " -- it. - We - a 7 v 4 : & Main Broth ers $1 Richmond, Kentucky I 16 ! i P ii - .! a - A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A ! Madisoh County Democrats,11 Attention! And Vote for Our Fellow CountyMan, Hon. James B. URDAY, JULY kF ib to the Polls Next 1 iHsV iHB For GOVERNOR REMEMBER THE DATE 23 -- FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION lr hBb Mrs. C. 0. Crisler, of Walnut Hills, Texas, is on a visit to his parents Prof, Lehigh Portland Cement at W. A Tax Rate Kentucky Fair dates. Faithful Negro Boonesboro Chapter D. A. R. Cincinnati, is with Dr. and Mrs. II. C. and Mrs. Cassaday of Madison Institute. Broaddus & Co. 41tf He will leave in a few days for Ann The City Council, at an adjourned Jasper for a visit. "Uncle Bob" Jarman, one of the most The following aro the dates fixed for The last meeting" of the season of the Arbor, Mich., to tike a summer course highly meeting hold last Monday erening fixed Boonesboro Chapter of the D. A. R. met holding tho Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as j respected and best known of the Mrs. Sue Welch of Irvine, has return in Bacteriology. For Rent. ed home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. colored population of tho county, Jied the tax rate ut $1.25. This is an advance Monday afternoon of last week with the far as reported: Mrs. Graydon, of Cincinnati, is visitCottage on Tates Creekroad and Mam Wm. Led ford. over the past year of five cents and in Regent Mrs. A. R. Burnam. Miss Louise Versailles, August days. ing her brother, Mr. M. C. Kellogg. Sunday at his home at the advanced age order street. Possession given Jury 13th. that the taxpayers may know why Covington represented the Chapter at Mr. Robert Knicht and little brother. Mrs Kellogg had a few friends for an of eighty. For the past thirty-fiv- e Lexington, August 7 C days. years Apply to Beecham Lackey or Mrs Kiohard, of Texas, are the guosts at the informal game of bridge Wednesday to he had been employed by different firms tho increase was made the following ex- the National Congress hold in Conti Uniontown, August 8 5 days. heme of t . w. t alts. Cornelia Clay. 2tf meet her. Miss Elizabeth Kellogg ar- in the undertaking department, begin planation is made: Vanceburg, August 0 Idays. D. C. in April nental Ball, Washington Master Thompson Burnam has gone rived yesterday :Jor a few days. Miss ning with Mr. Jako Collins and extend The council appropriated the sum of Last, and now gave an exceedingly inLawrencebnrg, August 154 days. Fine country hamsJust received a for a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Sanderson Dorothy and Mrs. Kellogg, Sr. aro ing to Bcnnelt & Higgins. He was the $4000.00 to be paid pn an old debt that structive Lcitchfielcd, August 15 1 days. and interesting account of that Culton's. abroad for the summer. tf In Now York City. Burkesville, August 15 i days. soul of honor and a trustworthy em has been running for twenty years and ossemblege. Sho recounted in detail it is Mr. Sprigs Hubert, of Covington was Grand Master R. R. Burnam, wife ployee. Tho funeral services were con- which interest has been paid annually For Rent Broadhead, Augst 10 3 days. the business transacted as well as tho here for the weok-en- d the guest' of Miss and two children, and Cant. John A. Fern Creek, August 1& i days. ducted at tho Baptist church Tuesday at the rata of 0 per cent. This appro- social features After listening to the New 2 story 7 room frame house or Higgins motored 1o Stanford Saturday Wary liarrot Smith, Shophordsville, August 22 4 days. Day afternoon by tho pastor Rev. Broaddus priation will half pay the debt leaving report given by this cultured young Walnut St., bath" roommnd sink goou Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Grtecs will whore they attended the St. John's days. Paris, September celebration, ilr. uurnam was one ot and interment followed in the colored the balance to be liquidated next year. woman, tho chapter was confirmed in neighborhood. Applytqx Lancaster, July 20 3 days. leave Saturday for a month stay in and the principal spoikcrs on this occasion .cemetery. A wife survives him. "Uncle Tho Board of Education, in the budget the belief that it had chosen wisely in London, August 22 1 days. 51 tf around Louisville. W. D. Oldham Dry Goods Store nnd reports a doliirh'fu! gathering. Erlanger, August 22 1 days. Mr. T. J. Coal os loft last week for an Returning Mr Uurnam and his party Bob" had a list of the number of people submitted to the Council, asked for selecting Miss Covington as" their repre line Germantown, August 24 3 days. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cycloi extended visit to friends and relatives came by Danville, Shakcrtown, High ho had help to bury and it was quito 0000.00 more than was called for from tho sentative. The humorous side of the Frankfort, August 29 4 days. and live stock. in ostorn Kentuoky. Bridge nnd Loxirmgton. city last year. This was caused by the meetings, the account of the "bickerinteresting. Although unable to work bomerset. August .JU 3 days. Mr. William Walhtca has returned Bardstown, August 30 4 days. Mr. Shelby Jet Jr., son of Mr. and for the past six months, his employers Board of Education making some neces ing" and "spatting" but bespoke the ex For Rent Monticello, September 5 1 days. home from Yale, hore he was graduat- Mrs. Shelby Jctt pftho Kirksvillo neigh- - Messrs. Bennett & Higgins kept him on sary repairs on the old school buildings perience of past years. The social side, Alexandria, September 5 5 days. ed from the Law school last week. Dwelling house of seven rooms on Woo-borhood.-wa- s graSuatcd last week from the pay roll. which were not included in the contract included entertainment by President Mount Oliver, September 5 4 days. land Ave. House is new, will be com Xr. Baily Stafford, of - Walkinsville. Hampton Sidney College, Virginia. Mr. for the erection of the additions to tho Taft and other gatherings where tho Hodgenville, September, days. intelCalifornia, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jott is a young loan of brilliant city schooh. With thislitem nnd that "crush" was too much for comfort. Burnam 5poke. Kentucky Slate Fair, Louisville, pleted June 1st, Apply to Mrs. .b ; lect. He was graduated from the Model J. H. Shearer, on Lexington pike. Lackey or Bowen LackeT September 11 0 days. -tf School in 1009 and has earned the degroe The Stanford Journal in speaking of of the Richmond National Bank debt Among other celebrities present, who Horse Cave, September 20 4 days. Mrs. H. P. Reed and daughter of of A. B. at Hampton Sidney in two liquidated, the tax rate can be reduced took part in the proceedings, was Mrs. Burnam's Insurance Agency wilt bond Falmouth, September 27 4 days. ML Sterling arc visiting the family- - of years, a very unusual thing nnd requlr the St John's Day exercises there last to a point lower than it has been for Donald McLean from Maryland, whose 42cf . Mayfield, September 27 4 days. you. Mrs. Heed s uncle Mr. Jno. Uymol. ing a vast amount of hard study. Mr. Saturday has the following concerning of Grand Master Robert R. several years and still furnish ample Revolutionary Ancestry, as well as that Mrs. Bolton Kilgoro and children, of Jett will take a cbursc in law next fall Burnam, who was the orator for the oc- means to carry on the business of the of her husband, had so easily secured Texas are the guosts of Mrs. Kllgoro's at Yale or Harv.lrd. Flounc-jn- g to Be city. for her the position of President Gener father, John Parkcs, Lancaster, Ave. The delightful little comedy which casion: "Grand Master Burnam gave al two terms. The organization now colors W. R. Shachelford and Mrs. was given Thursday night at Mr. Henry an extensive sketch of the history of the Mrs. New Officers Cyril Goodman are spending several rerry s residence, will bo repeated to Grand Lodge in Kentucky, going back numbers 80,000 members. Mrs. James Kellogg s home on days in Bourbon county with rolativos. night at Mr. At a congregational meeting of the W. Caperton also gave an interesting Summit, The play was written by to the period of the Mexican and Civil First held last Sun Mrs. Bettie Parks and daughter the Dorothy Perry and was as bright as Wars and recounting the trials and trib day Presbyterian church officers were account of a mooting she attended in Muslin Miss the following new Uessie attended the funeral nnd burirl could bo. Sharp, J. Cincinnati on the 22nd of February, in The ctiaracters were well elected: of their kinsman Thomas Park, at taken by Misses Dorothy Perry, Lucy ulations of the lodges In those days. He T. Coates,EldersCol. A. N. A. Shawl which the influence of the J. B. Cassiday, and also told of the founding of the home for Lexington last week. Games Called at 3:30 Admission 25 cents Walkor, Ella D. Cobb and Marie Louise Denny, Daughters there was felt in some phiU Deacons H. Our Lowest old nnd destitute Masons in Shelby Selby WigginsB. Hangor, A. R. Best Our Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith and and Alice Clark Kellogg, These wore and James Sewell. anthropic work they had done with Miss. Hollen Bennett will co the Gth of assisted by the Misses Cobb in a vaud county and gave some interesting person street urchins. Mrs. E. T. Burnam was July for a six weeks stay at Chautauqua, eville performnnse of no mean merit al reminiscences of some of the leading Meets the 5th. none the less entertaing in her talk of D. The proceeds were given to help some spirits of tho Grand Lodge. Mr. BurA. 1. needy children and the young ladies Mrs. Lewis Noal entertained the hope that every one interested will at- nam's address was listened to with great Tho annual Convention of the Sunday A. R. work in Colorado. This being is married Ladies Bridge club last Friday tend the performance toniglU- interest by all and highly appreciated. schools of the Christian churches of comparatively a new State has not the and the tropliy was awarded Mrs. M. He pointed out that it had been a nota- Madison county will be held this year large membership that older States have C. Kellogg. The Lexington Herald has the fol ble fact that the Grand Lodge oftlcers at the Glade church on Wednesday July in tho D. A. R. ranks but tho three Mrs. R. L. Gentry, Jr., of Nashville, lowing item of interest here The mar have been leading figures in all phases July 5th.. A big basket dinner will ce Denver Chapters are active ones and Mary Josephine Sculley to Tenn., arrived Saturday for a visit to riage of Miss a feature of the occasion and an elabor thoroughly alivo to the work before Mosdames A. D. and C. D. Millor, on Mr. Edward nomanus liurcn was of Kentucky life, politics, military, edu ate program is now in the hands of a them. They are devoting thoir time solemnized Thursday morning at 0:15 cational and professional achievement Lexington pike o'clock at St. P.tul's Catholip Church. committee for the finishing touches, and activeties to the establishing and Mr. T. S. Todd . loft yesterday for Rev. Father Do Waegaenere officiating. Royal Time The Glade church is near Borea. beautifying of play grounds for children Jackson, whore ho has been awarded There were decorations of palms, AH First-cla- ss and to educational and civic improvea contract to remodel the court house ferns and flowers, and Miss "Zita The Masonio gathering at Union last White Hall oome to him and he doSes any one to at Uiat place. Puchignani, presiding at the organ Saturday to celebrate St. John's Day ments generally and are doing a great plaved tho wedding music, assisted Misses Martha and Willam Davis, of work along these lines. interfere. Mrs. Alice Tribble, who has been quite was one of the most enjoyable ever held Mattie Elder of Richmond, We keep the best one on the ill for several weeks. Is improving slow by Miss delightfully two solos, "Ave in tho county and every lodge was rep- Paint Lick, are guosts of Mr. and Mrs Vote for McCreary. ly and prospects are very encouraging who sang Granvillo Clark. Sbkatok Patxtek Has withdrawn Maria" and "0 Perfect Love." resented, and many from adjoining -- Editor te ' K Y aught for her complete recovery-Judg- e market and every owner Miss Mary ponway of Richmond, counties. The feast could not have been from the race for United States Senator. Miss Lee Prathcr, of Richmond, spent and Mrs. W. R. Black and Ky., way the rraid of honor and Mr, Ilis name will remain on the ballot but ohildren Richof Barbourville wore reiiBKa now wimesmt it his improved on and masonic oratory flowed last week with her sister, Mrs. John will testify to its great worth. he has asked his friends not to vote for mond last week visiting JudgeinBlack's George II. Btirch of Louisville were with wonderful force. Those whopoke Wilson. brother's best roan. The ushers Mr. Carroll C. Bprch of Louisville, and were County Judge Shackelford, Judge THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO him. This leaves a clear field to the father, Mr. Samuel Black. Our new Pastor, Rev. Cox. of Lexing Miss Maud Thompson, of Livingston, The main secret in this one honorable Ollie James. Senator Payn- Mrs. J. A. McGuire and daughter, Mr. Frank Scully. John C. Chcnaull, Rev. E. B. Barnes ton, came over Sunday to take charge isspendipg the summer with her sister, (Incorporated.) ter's decision to withdraw is a wise one. Ivy Webber, of W lnohetor, arrived to A special from Lancaster concerning and County Attorney Jackson. J. W of tho pastorate of Mt. Pleasant church, Mrs. Sams. Cork is is its cork lining;. viewed from either a personal or party day to visit the family of J. W the KaulI'man-S'jackclfor- d nuptials says: Norwood, of Lexington, was '.be guest Rev. Marfan having resigned. We re 1) Millor Pres. ml Mgr. A Mrs' Bettie Hurst Weppler, of Louis Shearer on west Main street. standpoint. "Tho destiny of two lives, that of of the occasion and also delivered a fine grctted very much to give up Bro. We believe that he oould acknowledged by scientists Sec'y-TreaW ville, and Mr. Lindsey Hurst, of New Whiw airs. B. F. Tovis, who has for two Miss Louise Greenleaf Kauffman and address. not have the race against Mr. Martin, but feel he has sent us a fine Albany, were tho guests of Mrs. M. H, years made Muskogee. Ok la., her home, John liockaday Shackelford was scalJames. The Demooraoy of Kentuoky is to be the best preacher and good worker. is visiting relatives and friends whom ed Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock Berry, this week. KCKTWKr'PI)fiS6 ASSOOIATieil in no frame of mind to cast its ballots she has many in this county. of at the Christian church. Elder F. M. A number of our people attended, the We believe in secret prayer, but for for a Lorimer supporter or sympathizer. Tinder in a bautiful and impressive of heat, and the manner in ui Mrs. Hale Dean was the hostess last Masonic picnic at Union City last Sat- glorious rain that was needed so badly II6HTH WWMOT PWUEI IEA6W. We doubt not that Mr. Paynter was sin- Thursday at a Porch Bridge in compli manner unitln.r them. The bride a handsome blonde was becomingly at urday. Although tho day was rainy and was sent in time to save our crops, cere in his support of Lorimer and we mont to her guests the Misses Dean, of tired in tailored suit of gray and small hich it is used in this Re and muddy we were well repaid for we should go out and proclaim our YEAB respect and honor him for having the Owensboro. A delightful luncheon was traveling hat. Tho attendants were PAR FBICE $1.09 Mrs. E. C. Walton of Orlando Fla,, our visit, as the people of Union are thanks to the Lord abovo, loud enough frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low Miss Frank Kauffman, brido's sister courage of his convictions, but we be- served at one o clock. IK ADVAKOE Mrs. Lilly Logan Keenc, of Danville, and Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, died Wednesday night June 21, at the noted for their hospitality and made all to be heard everywhere. lieve his judgment was wrong. The Piedmont Sanatarium in Atlantia, Ga. have an enjoyable outing. figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your Va., with Mary, Messrs Ncal of Richmond and Lane of of tho WEDNESDAY JUN'K S6 Mr. AndrowEed, of Moberly.Mo., has ieii press of theState, rogardless of its opin who has beenher daughter Miss in the Lexington. A handsome back ground Her death was duo atlondinz collego will be an ice cream supper returned to 'his home after spending brain. Mr. and Mrs. Walton formerly There ion of Senator Paynter' s candidacy, will oast, have arrived for the summer s6 with of massive grocn, palms flowers and lived at Stanford whero Mr, Walton while j6 given on the lawn of Mrs. Granville several weeks with his daughter. Mrs. other plants (ormod the decorations sympathize with him in the protracted Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Burnam. owned and edited the Stanford Interior Clark Saturday evening, July 8. for aw rut id Meeting of and serious illnessef four different memwith a touch of pink, and tinder these The forty-sooothe Will Freeman. Mrs. n. C. Jasper ontertained for her ribbons were relatives and friends of Journal. He now owns and edits the benefit of Mt. Pleasant Sunday the Kentucky Press Ascoatrtton came bers of his family. Congressman James School. guest Mrs. C. G. Crisler, last Wednes-na- y the contracting' parties. Tho happy Orlando Daily Reporter Times. Mrs, Miss Margaret Rupart, of Lexington, u a close Friday. The editors f the will now be advanced to the United On last Tuesday evening the friends is spending the summer with her sister, morning with a Porch partv. A couple left in an auto for Lexington Walton is survived by her two children, Miss.Lucy Walton and Clayton Walton. and neighbors of Mw gathered at Comloan Sprfo&s en States Senate, an advancement that he number responded to the invitation and going from tfc.ere to Columbus, 0 Mrs. Ida Whitlock Mrs. Robert Miller. Monday eveaiftg aad m Tuesday richly desorves and has honestly won enjoyed the hospitality of the charming wnere tho griom w ompioycd as a The "body was brought to Stanford and were invited 'to come to her home and Rev. Fairhurst filled his pulpit Sun young architect. A number of out tho funeral and burial services took nosicss. morning entered tftto the first buwooac by his unswerving devotion to the in n Telephone 33 guesbj witnessed the cere place .there Friday afternoon at four requested to bring their lanterns. day morning and night. Main Street, West meeting of the soorto. FW fear days terests of the Democratic party. No C. Marshall, pastor of the Ban- - mony. The yo ling couple were Dr. C About seventy responded to the invitat the re o'clock. Messrs. Harber Sharp and Colby Mciiiecribes af Keatuoky set and ex better man could be found in Kentuoky list church of this city, left Monday for cipients of many handsome presents.". ions and tho lantern of each was hung Kinney left last Friday for Colorado the eldest Little Ira Brooks-Scuddechanged ideas regarding eory detail of for the place to which he aspires and to his summer vacation of two or three weeks. He will visit relatives at Loba Tho Lexington Herald has tho follow- child of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Scuddtr, of in tho ynrd and on the porch and fur Springs on a prospecting tour. Being the newspaper burinoss. and the&e who which he wilt be clcoted. non and also visit several other cities ing account of a wedding, the contract- of near Red liouso, passed away at the nished a brilliant light for one of the two of our best young men, we regret were present and indulged ta the de ing parties being well known here. Pattie A. Clay Infirmary last Friday the most interesting prayer meetings while away. very much to give them up. liberation of the many questions where has The wool tariff and the fanners' free Eld. R. J. Rambor of Versailles will especially the bride, marriage she Miss following an operation for appendicitis, ever held in this section, this is the The Masonic picnic Saturday was well many relatives: Tho of aged eight years. Tlie little fellow was cuscod at the various meetings were la- list bilk, as passed by the Democratic hold a protracted meeting with first of the kind over held in this section attended, notwithstanding the Coviilgton Scrivener to Mr. rain. deed (orumate. The meeting was pro House, will form the basis of a fight Christian church at Brookstown begin- - Florenco Elliott (Garrison was solemnized taken ill the early part of the week and and so great was Rumsey the success that the Many a handsome dress, petticoat, shoes his case was soon diagnosed as serious ing Wednesday evening July 3. The last Wednesday evening at 7:30 o clock and an operation nounced by all present to have been one that will bring reciprocity was decided o n. services will bo held each Tuesday and gauzo hose were bespattered with of Uie most sHoccsgful and beaefieial bill into the open for a protracted debate public is cordially invited to attend all at Calvary Baptist church. Rev. T. C. He was an unusually bright and lovable evening, and we pray that much good mud to a finish, but thoy went on with services. Eclon being the officiating minister. cmid and uie sympathies ot the comever heM in the State. The Kentook in the United States Senate, according There was a vrv beautiful - decoration munity go out to tho heart broken par- may be derived from them. their merriment just as f it was a sunProf. J. A. Sharon, Dr. J. G. Crabbe, Press Association is indebted to the to Washington advices. fijrns pulon- ents in the loss of the boy. The funeral liev. itasti, oi Winchester, came over ny day. The tables were laden with l'rof. E. P. Kelley and Miss Lela of palms and among banked were the Illinois Central Railroad Oo., and the which clusters services were conducted at the home of i'artndge left Monday for Owensboro pit platform, the first Sunday to fill Rev. French's every nouishment imaginable, so the I. A X. Railroad C&, for the splendid Sbnatok LaFolIette of Wisconsin is where they will attend the annual meet or tall white candles in crystal prismed- Mr. J. K. McKinney, on Third street. appointment at the Baptist church. We most delicate epicurean could satisfy semce extended them ta the way of in the field and progressive Republican ing of the Kentucky Educational Ass candelabra. MJrs. Frank Foxworth pro- last Friday afternoon by Dr. C. C. Mar sided at the on'an, playing delightfully shall and interment followed in Rich- regret very much to know that Rev, his appetite. i rankport&Ueft. and the management of lenders in practically every State intho ociation. during tho ats s e m b 1 i n g of the mond cometery. Besides his parents, c rench was unable to be present- on ac ruleaa Springs who "handle the throng union are working for LaFolIette dele Miss Adcla Collins of Crittenden. guosts: The bride is very popular ho is survived by two sisters and one count Notice. . with perfect ease, not the least oeafus gates. "Taft and sure defeat or much (admired, the daugh- brother. Miss Elizabeth Collins and Mr. Warren and Communications intended for this Mr. and Mrs, John Wilson entertained Fisher of Lexington were entertained at ter of Mr. ijnd Mrs. I. M- - Scrivenion being evideneed during the entire with a ohance to win" is the the homo of Mr. Ronald C. Oldham for er of Ay lesford' and one of several at The news of Mrs. Martha Chenault's Rov. Cot last Sunday at their home oftlco should be addressed to the Climax sia at that peaceful and lovely resort. battle ory of the LaFoliotte forces. a few days this week, motoring to their tractive sister t. Mr. liarrison is an death was received at Printing Co., and not to any individual here. The did ail possible f add M the officer in Calvary Baptist church and is nomes in ins car, U ednesday. prominent and' held in highest esteem hero Monday evening nnd her demise comfort an pleasure of these present no liuani of nr. tM AJllllon is very member of the firm in order to insure Dr. Wilev, the Pure Food min, says i Little Mary Hardin Vaught entertain by all who knotv him. He is a valued caused a loejing ot unfeigned sorrow prompt attention. Articles of news have and all departed with retnotasce when stiped oandy is poisonous. When very, we ed several of her young friends last member of Hja Loader force in the among h wide circle of friends and rela much improved altera W,"e dangerous been delayed as a result of important i lie jravel sounded the final of this splen Thursday at her home on West Main mechanical department having held tho tlves. Her death occurred Monday in were beys there was more striped candy letters being written personally to memltd meeting and most efli'aWe occa- than there is today street to celebrate her seventh birthday. position for ablut fifteen years. Many auemoon upout o:uu at tue uood Samaand we ate it and hospital, bers of tlie firm, and we trust that in sion. The Association is aW ebKgaied got fat on It. Dr. Wiley's theory may Games were enjoyed, and delightful handsome giffs in cut glass, silver, ritan dangerous Lexington, following a Vote lor McCreary. operation. Mrs. Chenrefreshments added to the afternoon's pieces of furniljurc, pictures, china, etc., vory the future all such communications will to Mr. John Lawrence, of Oadic, and his be good but tt won't work in practice. poor enjoyment. were bestowedlupon tho bridal couple ault had been Inthirty health for some-limbe addressad as advised above. It is five years of age She was en the program oommittee. A Kentucky Airship Mr. Harris Turpin formerly of Waco. and many wenj tho good wishes for their and before her marriage to Long Tom also very important that itoms of news who carried to Gompietfen the vasious Ono of the OQtfSBBSSMAX J. Camnbeil Oanlrlll now of Columbus, Ind., and Miss Mamie happiness and prosperity. Prof. Thomas Longo has completed mis county, was reach this office not later than Tuesday details of the meeting. TbK is the will return from Washington this weV Updykealso of Columbus, Ind., were most honored guests for tho woddirjg unennuit, ot of Fayetto. BesidesMiss an airsljlp of the Wright typo Martha Ware, her and will morning in order to appear in our edition was the brlde't grandmother Mrs. Mina Saturday at second meeting the Kentucky Press to aid in tlift maBafrnmont of Ranalnr married Crutch Heldtwelve o'clock by 'Wallace, who vore a gown of soft black husband and a little daughter, Anna mak his initial flight tomorrow at noon Dr. G. W. at his parsonage which goes to press about two o'clock Ware Association has onjoyed at Cerulean mother and two ueurearr s campaign. Louisville Her- in this city. After Uie ceremony lite silk draped wi h a black lace mantle sisters; Chenault, her and Leona Ware, in a larjje open field three miles west of Misses Lettie .Springs and the editors and their fami young couple loft for their home at over a hundrei years old. Mrs. Scriv of Fayette county, survlvo her. Tho Danvillo. Longo Is an expert balloonist. that afternoon. ald. ener, the bride s mother was gowned in funeral lies are again phteed under obligations. Columbus, Ind. services will be conducted at He manufactured the airship himself, Ordinance Tax Levy. white.- - Amou : tho guests from other not only to the management of the Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Flora with a party citiewere M Thorpe and the homo of Mrs. Howell Prowltt, Rodes, It will te propelled by a fifty horsepower Be It ordained by the Board of Coun Ave"., Lexington, Springs, but to those charming citisens this morning and Of friends motored from Cincinnati to Mrs. C. H. Pa; k of Richmond, Ky. burial will follow in the Lexington engine. Great interest centers in the cil of the City of Richmond, Ky., that of Cadiz, and llepkiasville, both men Lexington Saturday. On Sunday Mr. approaching test. Short flights have the advalorem tax levy for the City of cemetery. Successor to Tate it Son Miss Stella Phelps Is in Georgetown mora anu wiie cameoverm inoir car to and women, who contributed every at WANTED- - board in country near already, been successfully made. spend the day witli relatives here. Mr. n er sister. Richmond, Ky., for the year beginning tenUos In order to lend enjoyment to visiting ( br three ladies. Must bo Flora has a host of friends' in to Richmond A July 1st, 1911, and ending June 30, 1915, L. G. Canon, .of Georgetown, was Richmond who welcomo him always reasonable and plenty the occasion, and assisted greatly in ofshade. the grand old man has passed away In Is your SkkvOn Fire. person of Rev. Peyton P. Adams be, and the samq is hereby fixed at $1.23 making the meeting sueli a grand suc Bore Sunday with friends. wiiu a giau nanu. M Address Beaumont, 312 Paul whose demise occurred last Wednesday uoes it seem to you that you can t on each ono hundred dollars worth of Mr. Clyde Hart, of Winchester, spent cess. Those who attended the meetisg Mrs. A. C. 'Scanlan And son. Master Jones Bldg Ibuisville, Ky. evening at the Pattie day Infirmary, Phillip, left Friday afternoon for Long win long cherish the memory of this snnaay witn relatives Here. where he had been ill for many months-H- e stand another minute of that awful, property within tho City of Richmond iTy., mado taxable by law for State pur was in his eighty first year. De- burning'' itch! Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chenault are Beach, California. Mr. Scanlan left pleasant and deKghtf ul outing", and ever Advertised' Letters some weeks ago for Long Beach where ceased was born in Clarke county in '31. poses, divided as follows: Thatjk MUST beeooled? . remember Cerulean and its hospitable vigUing relatiAes in Mt, Sterling. they will 'tor. John Allen. Mr. J3. Battc. Miss but moved to Madison in early life and he secured arcsidenee Thatiyou MUST have relief $0.75 &ttdt irrff n fit rf VnrnaWwHnaa Deputy Sheriff Sant P. Bush was in probably make that theirnnd 0neral Fund ' BylVirBrn niflmTnnTVi in future home, Besslo Bauglfil Mr-- H. O. Brant, Mr.. spentnhe majority of his years in this every gem m cur fine collecWinchester Monday en business. Set ajjmixtw of Oil ofWintergreen, 0.3S School Fund, Mrs. Scanlan having rented her farm on county, where he was widely known - tion of jewels ist aad their rich Sinking Fund .,.0.12 Speaker Champ Clark is opposed to Prof. D. O. McBride left Thursday Lexington pike for a term of five years. Mr. Charles Iteck, Dellle Crooks, Ex- - and greatly beloved as a good citizen, Thyme), and othr seething ingredients k inearlv Va. calld And there shall be a head or poll tax color and brilliancy- - an$ uni"Mr. Evan McCord and little son, of Confederate, 2r mes EgelstonMr. Henry minatry manhood he fait hyt to tha m OMflfMMtBded only in D. D. D. the gag being applied to government for his heme in Fredericksburg, Gel rge Durbin, Maria Hale, and up until a Months aS,owfij34in. . for gonwa-- municipal purposes for said que and exquisite setting Circuit Oterk Roy C. 7hile was in Srattle, Washington, also his mother Davis, Mr. i employees. President Tift is endeavor Winch enter last Thursday on business. and father, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCord Miss Nellie Hi!Ibbard; Mrs. Henry Hogg, previous to tils death he htborod m'this Tho wy fta dnipa STOP that aw city, for the year 1911, of $1.50 for once make tbem fit gifts for and Mrs. Mary Taylor and her daugh- Mr. James- - E( olllnsworth, Miss Haiel religious field, upholding th. ing to enforce a Roosevelt rule which and vry Mrs Jeh&pibsoa has issued invitatfaith and preaching the xoanol with ful harijkif mident of sid .city Stl ters. Misses Mamie and Mildred TayWe have everytkiag piahlbMs government employees from ion to a Bridge for Thursday afternoon. lor, motored over from Lexington Sun-an- d Jones, Mr. Jtjjanuel Lonte. Mr- - a. P. groat forse and Mrneslness. Hr, Mmms yoars om and ovr. Th aft imfm iln i and D. IK D. - givm yo CowiJort spent a most enjoyable day with Martin, Miss Kamie Miller, Mr. Paris was three ttm8 married, his third wife, And a pmaliy of ten per Miss Sally Wagers and Mrs. Jaok IS Dew and novel in pint, giving information even to members of Amelia Newby, Mr. J. preceding him to the grave two years elniuiirtw kinf: nM i purities and also mUntt at the teg a) rate Wagers spent Wednesday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCord, Jr., on. the MnlHkin.-Mago. l ir;pr; Congress, The employees are a!so pro ear screws and drops Boonesbero pike. I Rivenij Mrs. Candy Riedel, Mr." Union.Nine children survive th sooond Louis TheyMeMrs.KaicXoUon.MiM aw'vptmpfos and otetcfaw cnt. peV ftnaum skaH M addid te awl Hies Virginia Hanna. of Uarrodsbnrg. hibited from calling the nttenitea of is with Mtssas Margaret and Mary prices thai are remarkable f II.C.Trewbrke Mrs. Bottle Williams, Lucy Adams, and Xooatw J.B.. K. C. ovr eoHeted od ail Uns iwkU after Nar. L. & N. railroad at Louisville spent Sat-- 1 jir Willice XI rtee, Jilss Lucy White, C. L., T., Curtk.. L. P. and P. if. A4sm. . numbers to any grievances. Speaker Miller. TaJwijjour, word m K as your koad 1, mu lor tbeir low figure urday and Sunday with his parents! Clark denonnees this rale as Maddie 1 aughn, Mary Gr Wood, The funeral service rer coodactod by dntgznt. Mrs. W. W. WjUU PMMdJUBAW, 1911. Kev. B. H. Burnam at th HMitodiat Madison Ih.I can, nod deehwos he will listen to frier Emma s&Sed tfee and daughter, Miss Prof, and Mrs. Cassady of -- fer a throe . WaHs. I Mr. A, 37tfcchurch Thursday afternoon and inter-mesutuie. , Appwd Sm'l Kic. Mayor. OttUl.Wori.llMt bottk Mny. mco f cmpiofm when tbey desire to Maths UJpbrMd. Xr, Hugh Omklay, ieackei at Bryant I Q.r!. Wallace l X. followed in Richmond otnterry. At atootton go. Attest, A. B. Ctock. BUTTERICK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming time you were and making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'S are now ready to show you the most beautitul of spring 'i 55 Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. sure see the both and white and don't forget to look Underwear at our new , 53 Games This fTOek Frankfort, June 28 and9 Quality is Price is - The Home Not Complete Without a OWEN McKEB REFRIGERATOR and Above a One The Richmond Climax. UINIOIN CITY e. n non-conduct- or Deaths jt ji nt 0. B. Shackelford Co. Lof-tow- the ORANGES 15 cents - horhome per e. Dozen PERSONALS D. B, McKinney - Telephone 35 A Rare Beauty utit UwUl 1 hU n eeif th4 Hgs, t nitt at rrk, F. J. A Leader Moor to Loan on Good Farm Laaeis. The Northwestern . fhe Richmood Climix. Most Popular Hymn K. Yaught ABC Patent Flour per 24 pound sack . Its the. best and leads them all in quality . .i cent iRtllreat on ood improved farm lands on1 Mortpo-- e. AppSv to J. 0. Chenault, Atty. tn HriielOo.. will Ltie Ih- - Steve loan money at 5 per Mutwai Editor FNeaier. My God to Thee" !' South Bound. ' No. 3L Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. Mid-nigh- L No. Be N. Time Table Richmond m. Richmond, Ky. THE CUMAX PIIOTINC CO . Then Corres First, "Abide With Me" a-o- 71." to Stanford. De- parts 0:30 a. No. 1. 59c f AT (Incorporated.) . A. D. Miller l Seweli & McRinney T. S. TODD t r Contractor and 3 9 Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Shop in Rear ot McKee Building 9 9 Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers and Binders and Binder Twine We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows m 60 Tooth Drag Harrows Call and see these before are the best. buying TAYLOR & OLDHAM The Climax M $1.00 Wall Paper Stock lis can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We complete and IU If,uumi I ICC people ::::::: UlCQdC LI I 1C IllUl lUOUUluuo W.L.LEEDS fhird Street Richmond, Ky Going to Build? U, Ml TON Near ian Advocate: No. 3. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. 'NearerrMy God, to Thee, led the Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. ASSOCIATIOS PRESS KEKTUCKY . popular vote," it says. There were 112 T . R. Pennington mi cast fo tills hymn out of a total No. 27. Richmond - to Louisville via votes LEAGUE." PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT Dentist. Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m of 185! 'Abide With Me' came second with' 107 vctes; 'Jesus, Lover of My No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Officer bxt door to Government buili YEAR Soul, PER PPICE fl.00 votes. ihg Richi pond, Ky. third with ninety-tw- o Arrives 6:55 p, in. Departs 7:25 p.m IK ADYASCE of us think it to No, 9. Cincinnati & Haysville to Stan Strange to say be strange 'Love to Tell the Story ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 1011 came fourth, eighty-nin- e votes. WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 7:zo p. m. cetsor to Uurcin & lienor Close after this came "Lead, Kindly North Bound votes). The other Lhiht," (eighty-fou- r Over tit Bank & Truat Company Tniirrr-Fivdollar wastepaper bas chosen were: "Rescue the Perishing" No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives TELEPHONE 298 and Departs 4:16 a. m. m kets. $293 desks and $320 tables were (eighty votes;)"Rock of Ages" (seventy- some of the little economies effected by Hvi) votes.V'Onward, Christian Soldiers No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and . 1 Haysville. Arrives- - 6:20 tice to Creditors. Postmaster General Hitchock in furnish' (sixty-seve- n Dop&rts 6:25 a. nr. votes,) and' What a' Friend All patties havinc claims acalnst ing his "red room" and "brown room" Have in Jesus" (sixty- - one votes.) No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Pauline U. Harris, decoased, are re- offices. 'These and other striking ex We Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 a-Four great hymns just failed to get. quested to file same properly verified amplesof Republican as required by law, to the undersigned into the list, each of them receiving No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via executor., on or belore July 1st, lull economy were revealed in testimony more than fifty votes; "Loves Divine," Rowland. Arrives 12:12 p. m. Also all. parties indebted to the de taken before the House committee on Excelling." "Just As I Am No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar ceased, ifauline H. Harris, either by expenditures in the postolilce depart "All Love rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. Witfiout One Plea," "Faith of Our Fath note or account are requested to call Mr. Hitchcock sanctioned the ers: Living Still," and "In the Cross of 2to. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives and seltlelsame with the undersigned. ment. Ot expenditure of $7,500 in refurnishing Christ I Glory." W. S. Broaddns. Executor. 3;00 p. m. three rooms, $4,000 of which went to to choose among No. 4. Beattyville to Loulsvlllo Calif Drnia Druggist. furnishing the Postmaster General's It was no easv task many A Leading Arrives l:34p. m. Departs l:30 p.m were glad so many favorites, yet Pasadena." Cal.. March 9. 1011 privato ofllco alone, Circassian walnut to attempt it. A large proportion of the No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar Foley and Co., Gentlemen: We havo furnishings especially designed and rives and Departs 5:10 p. m. sup sold and ifecommendcd Foley's Honey manufactured to spoclal order, and answers were given by men, who and Tar Compound for years, ne specially designed carpets and draperies posedly are not interested in the music NO S 31, 37, XJ, 27, 34, 29, JX, 32 are called believe it to be one of the most efflcent of our services. Tho placo of the Gos- Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70," expectoraiits on the market. Contain furnished the nucleus of this expendi pel song, the song with a chorus, is 4, daily Except Sunday. wk no opiates or narcotics it can be ture. All supplies were bought without given freely to children. Enough of subjecting thelucky dealer who secured higher in the estimation of our people . J. P. RUCKER, Aqt the remedr can be taken to relieve a the contracts to competition. He had to than many would have it hold. cold, as it has no nauseating results Three of tho ten chosen are rele Notice to Contractors and and does not interfer with digestion. but stateliis price and socuro an order gated by many of us to the prayer meet lours ver truly, u. IX. Ward Vrug Co. upon the treasury. Fivo hundred and ing or to the more fevid and informal Builders. C. L. Parsjns. Seo'y. and Treas." Get forty dollars purchased two mahogany the orginsl Foley's Honey and Com- davenports for American royalty! $330 after service during the season of reNotice is hereby given that the Madi vival. The people would have them in son County Board of Education will on pound in t bo yellow package. For sale brought in two arm chairs; $93 produced by Stockton & Son. their most dignifiod hour of praise. The a table; $295 purchased a second desk people prefer to sing, for example, 'I Monday, June lQth, 1911, Receive soaled bids for tho erection of two ono roo is delicious. Every and $1C0 a third. A wardrobe to hang Ricci's i;e cream Lovu to Tell the Story' rather than K), school buildings for colored school one talks iabout it. Any flavor mado coates in cost $205. One rug was pur Tongues to Sing; at districts in Madison County, one to be to order and delivered promptly. tf chased at 1483.75. Another davenport for ti Thousands least this vote would so indicate, erected at Concord In Educational Divi Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone in Circassian walnut "with pillow" cost Wesley's great hymn that Is ever to sion No. 1, and the other to be erected and live stock insurance. tf Uncle Sam $305; draperies in one room. begin our hymnal, ever to be the first at Shallow Ford in Eduoatlonal Divi $000, Parquetry flooring in one room hymn in all Methodists collections of sion No. 6, Plans and specifications ? Head $582. Feel languid weak, Telephone table, $04. Table sacred songs, had only sixteen votes. are in the hands of the County Superin ache? Stomach "off"? .lust a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Hitters with black marble top, $04. One book while its humbler constestant had tendent of Schools at his office in Rich tones liver and stomach, promotes case, $105. It cost the people $352 to eighty-nin'Rescue the Pershing' had mond, Ky., where they may he seen nn digestion, iuriiies the blood. Sold by all "scrape" the wood wook in the private more votes than 'Rock of Ages,' and til 1 o clock, Monday, June 19th, at Druggist. office preparatory to now finish. Three twica as many votes as 'All HaiJ the which time the contracts for the erec hundred and twenty?two dollars bought Power of Jesus' Name. For Sale. tion of the two above named houses decoration" on the a "Doten-Dunto- n Prayer is the attitude of the soul in will be awarded to the lowest and best Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet walls of the privato office. Such was the first five hymns chosen: petition, not responsible bidder or bidders. A bond tf the measure of Mr. Hitchcock's economy praise It. K. STONE Apply nor personal appeal. Seven of the with good and approved surety for own personal in matters pertaining to his ten have ' personal pronoun in the the performance of contracts will be re Sand, lime, cement, brick, wall plas comfort. In matters concerning the first line. 'Nearer, My God, to Thee quired. Tho county Board of Educa ter, rock an I screenings, in any quanti employees of the government the rail- is the first hymn chosen. 'What a Friend tion reserves the right to reject any and ty and at lowest rices. 2o delay; see way mail clerks for instance he follow We Have in Jesus' the last one. What all bids. This 6th day of June, 1011 of procedure, 44tf ed entirply different lines us. W. W. Broaddus & Co. would have been the order had the last John Noland, Chairman of Madison "Will buj- - or sell your bouse, out one day Iiymn had the line 'What a Friend I County Board of Education. Whooping cougli is not dangerous Mr. Hitchcock figured it farm town lots or atry thing when the cough is kepi loose and ex that ho making three mail clerks do the Have in Josusl' Oliver WendpH Holmes pectoration easy by giving Chamber- - work of four, he could make a record of says somewhere Ilurnam s Insurance Agency oldest else in the Real Estate line. that Dr. Smith showed nans Cough Kemedy. it lias ocen economy. The already over worked and best companies represented. Phone Any business intrusted to his genius in writing 'My Country 'Tis used in many epidemics of this disease 707. with perfect success: For sale by railway mail clerks were driven beyond of Thee not Our Country.' t f him will be promptly and the limit of endurance. Conditions in Stockton & !son. The power of the humble poet, Lost. carefully attended to. See the west, especially in the Tenth division Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur became intolerable. Open rebellion 'whose songs gushed from his heart. A Poland China sow, weight about him if his services are needis strikingly omphasized. Henry Francis ance. The rery best old line Companie broke out on the Pierre-Trac- y line, the Lyte Notify ed. leads Charles Wesley and Miss 300 pounds ring in left nostril. f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Act. men refusing to do the extra work im Katlierine Hankey leads Cardinal New- - John M. Burton, Edenton. We represent iron bound posed upon them. Ten men were susman. Mrs. Sarah Flower Adams leads Middle Aged and pended. Then five of them were rereInsurance Companies Administrators Notic There is a refreshing all of them. instated, but rufused to return to work catholicity. A Methodist church chooses All persons having claims against the member this. Ues Foley. Kidney Pills for quick without their associates. This aroused only ono of the hymns of tho Wesleys to estate of Ed. M. Rice, deceased will and permanent results in allcases tho whole northwest. Tlio clerks met remain in its list of ten! A Methodist please present them to me properly of kidney and bladder troubles, and 'for in mass meeting at St. Paul, Minn. They painful and annoying irregularities are now forcing tho Postmaster General church chooses as its dearest hymn one verified as required by law on or be written by a Unitarian! A Methodist They contain just the ingredients noces to relent in his plan to economize by church puts a Roman Catholic hymn fore July 15, 1911 or same will be barred. sary to regulate and strengthen flio All persons knowing themselves in action of the kidneys and bladder. overworking the railway mail boys well up towards the top among its aeptea to saia nice will please come Strange workings of the Hitchcock They are tonic in action, quick in results, favorites." and settle at once and save further Try them. For sale by Stockton & Son economy bump caused, the Postmaster trouble General to pay tho full year salary Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro T. J. Taylor, Administrator of $5,000 to A. W. Lawshe, third assistant ceries. You frill save 10 cents on every 51-Ed. M. Rice. postmaster general, while the later sotf dollar. journed in New Mexico recuperaUng in no community can afford; to do Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone health and looking after the interests of Many Richmond Readers TOO MUCH LOVE anyone a benefit It must be kept tf the republican party, but performing no and live stock insurance. Have Heard it and moving and to do the most good government service whatever. Too much love for fun, frolic and Still rich food causes stomach, liver, kid Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or another example of Hitbcock economy ed Thereby. it should seek legitimate channey and nervous troubles. Oth burns without a scar. Cures piles eczema was his appointment of a psowlo "lame nels. Then let us divorce our help you but DENN'S remedie salt rheum, any itching, lloan s Oint- duck commission" of fdQrbf his intimnt gUflE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures ment. Your druggist sells it. selves from the prevailing "get "Good news travels fast," and the you. friends and staunch political supporters Our discoverer, ten years rich quick" fever and get back ta 'I suffered habituallyfrorn constipat to go on a sort of Holy Grail conquest thousands of bad back suffirs in miserable sufferer with the above ion. Doans itexulets relieved and at the government's expense. The com- Richmond are glad to learn that troubles, and RHEUMATISM for the good ways of our forefathers. strengthened the bowels, so that the; prompt relief is within their reach years, was cured in one week. To have been regular ever since" A. E mission investigated "time recorders' prove our remedy, while they last, Put your money into something Davis, groceer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. in every large city in the country, Many a lame, weak and aching back is regular size uuiucs s"W!f 3 at home, where it will. IIRLP Sold by all druggist. managing to disburse in expenses $1, bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney STOCKTON & SON, Druggists, TQUH HOME TOWN, and enPills. Thousands upon thousands of 970.25. The average amount spent by 31 may 3mo hance the other interests you For Sale. each man for subsistence was between people are telling the good news of experience with the Old Quaker their nine and tan dollars a day. Transporta may have. AYhy not build a I have a splendid "carriage for sale, tion expenses for oadi man during Remedy. Here is an example worth . home? There's no satisfaction Brewster, in file conditions it is a a de- a period of less than two months, nver- readlngi pot wagon, carry four or five, people. It like that borne of the knowledge Dawson Barnett, Rowland St., Stan agea jww. Among many items or ex has both summer and wintcr,side doors, penditure charged to and paid you own a home. Start it today by Uncle ford, Ky syas: "Some time ago I had pole and shaft). I also have a set of and tomorrow you'll awaken Sam appear barber fees, bath charges, a severe fall and this, together with the hand made carriage harness and a large telephone bills, shines, news-stan- d offer for sale privately my jarring to which I am subject in my with a feeling of independence gentle harness horse all of which I will charges, iarm of in fact almost everything work, brought on Kidney trouble. For like that of 1770. Of course you'll fsell worth the money. possible in such a category except laun several days I could hardly get about need lumber, but we can quickly Dr. Clarence H. Yaught dry, cigars" and florists' bills.-- Tho on account- of the pains in my back. help you out. as ourstock is com1- I also noticed that the passages of the more or less, situated Cheapest accident insurance Dr. aristocratic Hotel Willard in Wash passages of the secretions were Irregu mues from Silver ureek sta plete and most orders can be filled Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Stops the pain ington, the Astor in New York and I decided to tion, 3 and heals the wound. All druggist kindred hosteleries were employed to lar, especially at night. the day we get them. miles from Kirksville sell it. shelter the government emmissarics. cura this trouble before it became aud 7 miles from Richmond. Porter fees average fifty cents. Always chronic and as I knew Doans Kidney Wanted This Farm is Well Improved the''commissioners" purchased Pullman lulls to be god for such complaints Horse to uso thru the summer for its tickets, and cab fares are thickly procured a box. Before I had finished -t f - sprinkled among the vouchers. Some the contents, I was oured and I have and nas on it a nice o room feed. Inquire at Climax office. house, a good barn and al times the commissioners traveled alone, had no kidney trouble since." On The uniform Success that has attend but generally together, as behooves any For sale by all dealers. Price 50 necessary outbuildings. Co.. Buffalo. it is also a pleasure loving govern cents. Fostor-Milbur- n ed the use pf Cliamberlain's Colic, Cholera and piarrlioea Remedy has ment committee. How gratifying all New York, Bole agents for the United States. Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave Good Orchard made it a favorite everywhere. It can this must be to the discharged postal Remember the name Doan'o-a- nd orders early. 44tf always be depended upon. For Sale by employees while they sit and figure out take no other. AIL but 40 acres of the farm how much the governmont is "saving' Stockton & Son, is in grass. For further par on them. or phone Mmltr W.Q.White - An attempt made in. a church to as Mgr.' certain by vote of theV congregation the No. 37. Cincinnati to- Knoxville. Ar Pres. and tea best hymns is reported in the Christrives 11 :02 a. m. Departs 12:17 a. in Sec'y-Trea- Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 12:15-p- . m. Departs 12:22 4 Suppose you were judged hy you feet! Say, how how would "you stand? You get proper footing always at our big store . . . s. c 4. ' J R. fimmett Million DENTIST K 3 t s a."-m- t Sclhoss Baltimore Clothes "The Clothes ESeautiful" c Some Snappy Summery Styles 1 a t MEN, drop in and let us show, you ,the "Cart" last our "Albion Just the thing for your tired, feet. Has a snappy toe, flat heel, and blind eyelet You know, it's that so much desired "English" oxford for men who really know. Other shoe men "here aren't showing this yetthey will next year, though 0 t t t t i 0 r Offered for Inspection by run-down- e. W. 0. Oldham , & Co. "T Richmond's Greatest Store James iiii "''i'' "0 & Hunley ij I j't'' . 9 , 4-- tf Moved Have Moved My Idle Capital Is GOOD NEWS. An Extravagance 4t opposite the jaif,-- and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in tie past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groc eries in ferge quantities and the best that can be pur- -' chased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begirt now we will guarantee to please IVIarket to Irvine street, Grocery & Meat Yours for Fresfs Goods For Sale 200 ACRES J. R. PARKE Telephone 39 Irvine Street I Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We ljuy Hides-Rubband alt kinds of metals and. scrap? iron. Bring what you have er Todd Edwards Lumber Co. well-ordere- RICHMOND M. WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY Ash SHHcemenfs Farm Notes. umber mm L IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR mil mm Telephone 425 Incorporated L & A. Depot FOR REPRFSENTATIVE We are authorized to announce L. B Herrington a Candidate for to the office of (Representative, subject to the action orithe Democratic party. FOfi SHERIFF Wr are nntlioraed to announce 'ELMER DEATHEKAGEla candidate for Sheriff of Madison county Eubject to the action of Democratic parte We are authorized to announce JOHN E. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad ison county, sutgect to the action ot the democratic part.r. We are autlmnzcd to announce X. B. lONKS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject ip the action of the Demo cratic puny. We nre liiitho:!izpd to announce IT. II. COLYER a candidate for Sheriff, of Madi son county, sue feet to the action ol the Democratic parttf. We nre hereby nuthorizeu to announce VAN B. BENTCiTf a candidate for Sheriff of Madison Coutty, eubjeet to .the action of the .Democratic party. FOR COCtNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R. H. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the iictlon of the Democratic r party. A Kansas editor writes the following, undoubtedly during an hour of deep meditation: A newspaper has innumer able opportunities to boost and extend courtesies of various kinds to people, and is generally willing to do so. In doing these, things it does not expect any direct pay. But there nre people who will accept boosts and favors from a paper, and then when an opportunity comes lo reciprocate, thoy forget all about them and give it the cold shoulder, tor tins mna ot peopio the newspaper has a good memory. Tho friendship of a newspaper is worth something, for the newspaper always returns more boost ing than It receives. No man lives who does not at some time in his life and perhaps oftener, ask for favors from a newspaper. Then is when the editor's memory comes to his aid and-recei- ticulars, write J. T. JONES Phone 317-r- Soap-sud- s will kill plant lice.- - So will tobacco extract, Kerosene emulsion or whale-o- il soap.. It docs take some time to spray cows, but it is time well expended. Saying nothing about the comfort of the cows, there will bo a real money return for'the work you. lay out. Makes Us laugh when the old roaster finds a worm and cackles over it till he gots al the hens in the yard around him and then just gobbles the worm up him self; but isn't that about what lots of folks do? R. D. 2 Richmond, Ky lng 9 Our GoCarts are all of Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with' good sense but who had ject to the action i jjemocrctuc party uie JAILER beauty enough to make her Were authoring I toannounceMORGAN a candidate for Jailer of Madison self highly agreeable. If you TAYLORsubject til the action of the Demo county, light up with cratic party. wish'to seeiaces joy-an- SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We are authorised td .announce BEN J A out of thousands of dollars-'evermonth MIX- F. EDWA1 jDS. n candidate for Su. nerlntendent of Iiublic Sdiools of Madison that tho peopio are gouged for, in the county, subject tithe action of the Demo carrying of packages.- - It will be one of cratic part)-- . We are authorised to announce Wm. S. the greatest helps to tho people ever Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools if Madison County, sub handed out by Congress. With a parcels The Express Companies are fifrhtini the parcel post hard, for it will cut them post and a Postal Savings Bank, Rich mond will shortly be in the flying. The Missouri Experiment Station has given out the results of an experiment lasting three years which shows large profit from feeding hogs on forage crops. The average income per acre from clover forage wait $34.11, from rape and oats $23.03, from corn and cowpeas $29.03 and from bluegrass $17,71. The esti mates are.all made on the basis of CO cents a burhcl for tho corn fed and cents a pound for the pork' produced. The results are important as indicating what may be accomplished when the hogs thesipelves do all the harvesting. the 100 per cent, merit kind Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her out in the cooi of the morning and evening you can do this best in one of handsome products. They are of that -- Easy Running 5orine Styles in Ready and lake a look. to -- Wear Goods. CaM satisfaction just drop in among the customers at i Home of LofeRrices and Square Dealing nnn ao Own House Building f : J Diuecrauc tnv Democratic We are authorlz d to announce RUFUS for Assessor of, RNKINS u cam (adisoafotinty 8 Sidate to t lie action of the Democratic partyi FOR CO tJNTYCLERK We are aathoriziU to announce LaRueC Mouse aCMidldst for County Clerk of (u bject to the action of FOR ASSESSOR The Huipboldt(Tenn ) Fruit Growers' came in aueaa again last week, it-- is a We are authorUfed toannounceGEORGE sure sign that the man, after whom tho Associatioii, shhpd 108 cars of straw-berria candidate for Assessor of XOLAXn wiinan average of .525 crates to Madlaon County fubject to the action of horse was named will do likewise in the the Democratic puny. the car, hi 50,700 cratess at $1.75, Democratic primary soon. nre authorized to announce W. F. amouStls to $100,9io There were 1,- u 1 AKMAN a caudl (3ate for Assessor ot county, subjbet to the action of the When In need ofBlacksmlthing In any 369,860 quuts picked, and aS the pickers party "VtMad-l&o- The horse McCreary; .that has been winning every time out this season, 01 Warreniwunty raised strawberries this year. i1 $30,000 worth es Latest safe type, the latest approved designs and are most reasonably priced..; Your inspection, of our "100 per cent Merit" stock will prove, an ex--l Sir cellent time investment of Its branches, Farming Implements, received two cents per quart, they re total of Bufgies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber celved m)m. vThk wakes tires &c, get pricen from R.' E. Miller, 138,675 turned oe In Gibeoa ecunty. TeareweJpii(4e sf woath frow t - f. Union City, Ky. cultivMieajeC sSMwkerflei. Th abort Oranges 15cts per doz. at D. is a ltuiaw j tfeM who persist in $ rw 53-- lt McKianey's, Phone 35. lag tobsocd jit CMtml Cutwkf , Luman and Higglns Pictures Framed to Order West Main Street KABO CORSETS a Mrs. J.M. Birlow Opxsite Hotel Gkyndoh T i - - : " "s r--- ife ? t When the ohlcken house has a White due snow in, June, When the crippled cat, looks ats the over-hea- d oltii rain before morning. When a n heel Itches some kind of weather within a week. Wien n frog croaks in January-ra-n early spring. When it thunders In February frost. la August. When a .bjack snake crawls in January .good cabbage season. When a black bird sings on the lowest limb of the oldest apple treo your uncle will perish in a snowstorm in May. When your "biting to bark at your enemy rough winter. When" a white calf looks cross-eye- d your young-turkey- s will chill to death in May nnd June. When raindrops hang on Iho peach tree more rain. When the baby is. frolicsome "fall- ' 'In' ' weather. When your rheumatism hurts m the -- '" small ofJhe back cold snap. . m. . u inog carries weens in,4 us mien frost-bittedag-fails Ladies' Low Cuts AH the kt est styles in low U.' Oae, two, throe and four straps in piHent leather and vioi kid. also velvets. All "Hadclifle' low cuts Musi Repofl. of schools, John XolaBd, has just received an order frew tile State Stirlntendnt to here- after fnake a monthly report to the state Pepartaaeet. This ' is the first tlmefiflthe history ot the rural schools that tl county "Superintendents will have tc make a monthly report of t?o condition of the County Board Treasury, The report will shew the cash on hand at tho lose of the preceding month, re ceipts idurtng the month, warants issued . ;ind unpaid at closo of month, deliclt.' at. close of month, deficit at close pf preceding month, total warrants issued and unpaid at close of warrants Issued, preceding month, during, month And cash on hand at closo of month. The report will be filed iflth the Department of Educa- -' tion. -- Record Pupils CeuHty&upermtN4t mm $250 lOlker grades and3" $1.20, $1.50 and 88 R. & G. Corsets Our Boys' Clothidfe Stock is entirely too large and in order this stock breaking low prices All 810.00 and 812.50 Boys' Suits 7.50 and! 9.00 I " ve will make record ... 0.00 and 7.00 5.00 Boys' Suits Other .good Suits very cheap . ;l ..... .37.09 5.93 I 4.us 3.9S Men's 5oft Collars, 15 cents The following I a complete list of the students aj the Caldwell Bifcu scli&el who were neither "afeseaVnbf tardy dur ing the past season. ""It Is a most; reOne of the most remarkable proofs Syrop Pepsin. Yoa can markable record and shows the excellent pre! discipline with which tho school has oi. we inunusuat laxative merit con- life by healthy bowel action Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin bOWels invito tained . H been run, as well as the result ofhavlng is that it is effective not only in peo- to pass the menstrual per such an efficient Superintendent and Pe in rne prime ot lite, bat at the do better than use Syrup t" extremes of. ages. As many letters eral times faculty.. are received from mothers regarding settled to a week nntil the Grade I A. Stella Francis McKinnoy, its future conditi mc cures oi cnnaren, as irom men and Among the strongest Etta Wells. women of sixty, seventy and eighty Caldwell's Synrp R. McKinney. .Grade 1 years of age. It must be truly a won- W. G. Zorn of New Pepsu' Decatur Grade II. A. John Andrew Holand derful laxative. Mr. George S. Spauldine of ' In the cure of constipation and tionai soldiers' Home, Bernard Anderson. bowel trouble in old people it has no men. The regular Grade II U Frank Myers. equal. Grade III A Malfnda. Doathe'rage, disgels It corrects tie constipation, can be bought of any druecr the headache, biliousness, gas, centsrand one dollar, but a Mary Bronston, Lona Martino Coates. drowsiness after eating, etc. People pie bottle can be had by s Gradj III B Isaac Congloton, Eva advancing in years should see to it address to the doctor. Cohgleton, Sadie Edwards, Alice Rogers. that their bowels move freely, and T? Address him Dr. if they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's 402 Caldwell building;WM Grade IV A Nathan Deatheragc.Wal 3 For Sale by pTOCKTON'S DRUG SToRE ter Conglelon, Calvin Taylor, Cosby , FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD rlicA-ie- c' - ' -- sup-D- r. mes 1 1 Ka-elde- Don't Duncan Grade IV B Mossie Allman, David Suppose your property should wait. Blount. burn tonight. See us. Phone 707. "A little bit Grade Y. Bernico Myers, Affie Roso THE NEW the best ThoHeoman f today who has good Maude Freytague, Katherino Edwards, ' Mower health good temper, good sense, bright Leo Rogers. mouthsnow. eyes and a lovaly complexion, the result that ever Grade VI. Bessio Newman, Annio When a hen stands on one foo- t- of correct living and good digestion went into wins-thadmiration of the world. If Burgin Taylor, Louis Schlegel, J. D. cloudy weather. tho field" your digestion is faulty Chamberllan's King, Leslie Hudgins. ! TiierO is bna mptlirlnft Ihnt. nunrv Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct, Grado VII Nannlo Hayden Deatherfamily should be provided with and it. For sale by Stockton & Son. ago, six years, Georcicu. Jones, Bessie ospecialy during the summer months; viz, Chamberliau's Colic, Cholera and Sanders, Gladys Weaver, Leroy Mc The World's Mistake Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer- Kinney, three years. lo be needed. It costs but a nuarter." Once I knew a country lad Grado MIL Willie Barnes, Jannie Can you afford to ba without it? FVir , Who left his mother's home Bronston. sale by Stockton & Son. To .mingle in'the city's strife, Grado IX. Carrio Allman, Mary The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. In it , With stranger's thero to roam. Guess Shearer, 'Minhio Shearer, Tommie n trated their year experience. It poasease all t ' Ho went the galU; he went thru all; features d construction that have made "Walter A. Wood Mr a , r House. : What is the superlative of temper? Hjs money flow like snow: famous. Its new features make it even more valuable to tht Grado N Mary Tetrill. Burnam Tay Tempest. The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer m,: In society's realm he shone a star "Wunder Iloie" guaranteed to wear 4 months lor, Myers" Coates. Sarajr Jones. vwiat is the cenler of "eravltv?" CLOTHES popularity of the Admiral and suggests 1 of invest igu pairs in bos Within their gilded show. Grade XL Reria "Parke. The letter V. "TTie Admiral i just Httfa bit the best Mower Oiatev.Tw Grade XII. Mary Allman, 1 Into the field. farmers come in evenrday leHBeg what a wooikr! Harold And then repentanco camo to him. What trees are tho very worst .for Box lunot always the man who spends the most money for clothes who pets machine it is. We would not buy anything else." Barker. fuel? Ashes. For homo ho bent his way; lite Ira. Yu UtLve to know febrtc. style and tailoring before you car spend Wm want to mhoto this Tho place was crowded when ho came. When is a soilder not a soldier- !vow mmh' jadteiotMly. Why not learn now, litis summer, how to judge Mower to every farmer in this loe It, Millinery Culton s meat market gives prompt . xr r How i toll htmd talloriBgt We're ready to put you through a sories ctatfee hen he's in quarters. And each, of them did say: no one iono wanci to Keep pott e a on the newest in farm machine- - u4 1 delivery. - Phone 125. One-ha- lf cows. obligate yourself a bit by taking advantage of this otter. of lot Yn 4e't price neglect to investigate the Admiral. It will surprise and delight you. .Name the poet who had tho taste of "Most welcome, prodigal boy, come in "OrWMi OMMt" are among the very finest examples of oieUies in America. a Indy. Lovelace. And let us worship you; and made from perfect fabrios. We'll be glad to tell you Tkey are hM-lilore- d Soon What herb is most injurious to ladies' Wo'll all forget, forgive the past, 1 abut tkem an4 we'll net embarrass you by making you foal as though you had Mowers McCall The first of July will witness a wondor "QrMfon Gtotbes" are all wool. In order to reduce our slock of t jNNtMUe. beauty! Thyme. And start you in anew." ful changa along .the L. & N. railroad Suits, we make the following prices: Uprit Mid Simmer Griffon Fams, What nation docs a criminal dread) Onqe I know a maiden fair, systom. Tho telephone will take tho $11.93 $10 and &0 Suits now Condemnation. Matting $15 and 318.58 Suite now 12.48 placo of the telegraph for dispatching Who had such pleasant ways, wnat is the waist of time? The My languago here can ne'er portray, $ 9.9S M.5 and 51S.50 Suite bow trains. The.L. & N. is one of Hie first middle of tho hour-glasDue justice to her praise. roads to use this sysfor hy is a wedding-rin- g like eternitvt MEN'S STRAW HATS But fo! she foil, as others have, tem showing its great effort to be perfect urn oecause it is endless. all McCdl Plten No. 4107 10c In running trains ami avoiding accidents. We are making groat Reductions on Men's Straw Hats all the new And will till Time's de:ay, How do bees dispose of their hanev? soft straw, also a nice line of Panamas Prict, 15 ctnU shapes m hard and uy a system or repeating an messages Till sun and moon refuse to shlno, xnoy con (sell) it. rnr A CHARMING COSTUME And all have passed away. and writing them down as they aro sent GENTS' ATHLECT1C UNDERWEAR tien is a boxer s evo like a barrell' McCall 10 and delivered, the operator and the dis15c 353 No sleeve shirts and short pants, regular 50 cent value, bow And then repentance camo to her, U hen it's bunged up. patcher are ablo to keep even a more . She plainly saw her sin; in. i cauyou nu a .oarrell with to mat completo record of all that transpires No kindly word was offered her, make it lighter? Holes. than if using the telegraph. Practically No door to let her in. Why are clouds like coachmen?Be- O, Most Merciful God, the only difference between tho two Wo ask Thee. cause they hold the rains (reins.) systems is that the telephone uses direct To let one blessed ray uny is a promise like wine? Be conversation and the telegraph only Shine in our hearts, so we'll forgive cause it improves by being kept. written words transmitted by tho comThis erring girl today. n nai cracic is invisible to the naked Sam Wilson, in Hazel Green Herald. paratively slow Morse alphabet. With eye? The crack of a whip. the telephone, the dispatcher gels in ncn aoes a dead rulor violate the closer personal touch with every man Foley's Kidney Remedy. truth? When ho lies in stniA on the road through the use of that in .. r 1TT1 i uy Is particulary recommended is a cat s tail like a swan's fo bosomT-Ueca- use chronic cases of kidney and bladde strument than ho ever was able to do it grows down. . telegraph. Why Has The Government If a man relinquishes property what trouble. It tends to adjust and contrr with tho How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap, the kidney and bladder action and tree uoes no become? A Cedar. Been Uuable To Control healing, strengthening and bracing, lol in town don't fail to see the new Thos. A. SlTellon, agent for Hurst miy is u always a fortunate letter? McConnell, 117 Catherna St., Elm Is Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone The Trusts? Y., says: '"Two bottles did the wL. N. Because it is always in "luck." . 151 ring 2, Union City, Ky. most While this question has not as yet When is it a good think to loso your yona euectiveiy, ana proved to me ra. aouot it is the most reliable orkt been difinitely answered, the House in- lemperr vnen it's a bad one. FQR SiLEFivo shares stock. Paint ney medicine I had ever take n a bc-- i vestigating committees are bringing out Opposite Eldor's. We re headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 t go. shall always have my endo rs kid-- . ' Lick Bank. This, bank makes some thin-li- ke testimony vrhich tends to throw light 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a Men: t or sale by Stockton V Kon.em.nd twenty per cent net. I will tak div on the subject at least to the cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have $180 per share, which is just about book ondof i'or tender face and neck after shav showing tliat the great, trusts of the ing, for pimples, bjack Ware, Tinware, Imported Chins, Glassware. W.. value. heads, dandruff country ha-f- at some time or another or any skin or scalp Brushes. Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures, I: W. E. Sullivan, , . disease uso ZEMQ nad most of the government prosocutors anfl ZEMO SQAP. household goodsJiere and SAVE MONEY Madisoq Circuit Court 51-DoLand, Fla. pn thpir payrolls. ARE THE EST ZEMOis guaranteed to relieve all Beroa Baqk & Trust Co. Plaintiffs United States Attornoy qeneral soreness and Uphing. Tho soap Ys. 9 is part Odd Fellows Re-UniCLOTHES Wickershairi heads. the list. Uniinr J. S. Waddle, &c Defendants ticaiuiciu uesi lor ail toilet The members of the local Ldtfges oah he admitted that the last thing hp Under and by virtue of a judgement ( O. O. F., aro very much interested in Sold bv drusrerists ana oruer oi sale rendered at the May H'H ueiqre iaKin.g charge qf the prose-cqtin- g Richmond by II. L, Perry. of all Odd Fellows, 5 term of the Madison Circuit Court, the the groat machinery of the nation was to Bench Tailored Ready to dfawdqwnlijs undersigned 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building Burnam's Insurance Agency for FJre said Court willMaster 1 Commissioner of their families and friends throughout shrae of a 820,000" fee on Kentucky and Southern Indiana, to be guaranteed npt tp froip, the sijgar trust as a member of Insurance. Wear 43ir held at Louisville., Ky, on Tuesday, Monday, July 3, 19U, IhpNewyo.rk iaw firm, qf Strong and Qr " July 11th. The Ro Union will bo held first Man, pad.rallanijer. At 3 o clock rv m... sell to the highest Mr. Joseph Reese, of Rig Hill neigh. and bcs;t bidder in front of tho Court in Fontaine Ferry Park, ono of tho Henry b.rqth.pr Pr is still a member of this firm .boraqod., a prominent young farmer of Jiouse Door in Richmond, Ky the fol greatest pleasure resorts in tho United ono of whose speoialty is to show the sugar that section, has the honor of being the lowing described property, or so much States. To make tho thereof as will produce the sum of S721 especial importance, the children of the first Madison county man to pay his poll 42, and the costs of this action. trust and other great Industrial Mr Farmer: Make your home as modem for your family aa a Widows' and Orphans' Home at Lexhow .to onvade the law and tax for 1911. Although the tax books aro A certain tract of land ington will be taken to Louisville by- dence and place yourseli in a position to get the latest market qn 'a ready in March, the taxpayers are slow escape praieoutlon. That Frank B. Kellogg, special coun- about coming in. Several wealthy Partly in Rockcastle and Madison special train, and also the children of any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone servn : sel to thfe United States and widely citizens are wise to pay their taxes be- counties, beginning at a corner to E. T. the Widows' and Orphans' Homo at you atiiLyonr neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with aJso Call or address our nearest office or write direet to hea.'-and Mary advertised fey the Republicans as the fore April 1st to avoid giving in the rish sold to BrackDavis. by E. corner to Greensburg, Indiana. Preparations are cfi's received. Pigg tract T. Fish being made to give these children the Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our speeial "Fanner' great trust buster, has received thou- cash in bank to the city assessor, and near the (Burt) houso built by Brack rata If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can imme. sands of ctollars from the government this is also truo in tho county, where Pigg; thence S 1 W 40 poles with Mrs. greatest day they have ever had or ever nterestyou. Our lines cover the Mates ot Kentoekj, Tennessee, Davis' line to a maple and small hickory will have. at the samb time that he was recoiving many pay their taxes .before September a popiar stump on a small drain; and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Grand Sire, John B. Cockrum has big fees fqr acting as attorney for sub- 1st to avoid giving in the same money ana thence S 59.2 poles to the county road; been invited to be present, and the sidiary concerns of the steel trust, for tho coming vcar. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorp.: .red thence upscattoiu uano hill with the present county road to a stone on tho Qrand Masters, Grand Secretaries and was developed in testimony before tho New Style Fine Line wait side of said road, now a corner Grand Patriarchs of Illinois, Indiana, Stanley committee. to John Waddle; thenco with It appears that Mr. Kellogg, besides We will send you 12 of tho prettiest linjS 80.24 poles to a stone in aWaddle's Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia and Tennhollow; pocketing jthe $30,00 recently paid him Easter, Silk Rose Greetings, Love Scenes thence with the meanders of said hol essee, have also boon invited. Many of low, a southwest corner 119 poles to a them havo already signified their in by tho government for serving as "trust Season Cards in season, etc., you ever buckeye and black walnut on bank of tention of being present ' busier'-- under Roosevelt, also received saw if you will cut this out and send it branch; S poles Fellowship has In Kentucky, the and Furnishing Goods, Suit from the iieel trust$15,000 as extra com to us with 1c to pay postage and mailing Martin's thence thenco10 down to J. J. now 32,000 members.Odd Southern India line: Martin's In pensation for legal services rendered and say that you will show them to line to a poplar stump, corner to poplar Oases, Trunks, Umbrellas, itnmp by J. N. Ogg to E. S. Fish N 130 na 20,000. Every one of these 52,000 their corpjrations. some of your friends. poles to two spotted oaks Priceand Gum members have been notified of this Re- lowest prices for high etc., On Oct. 2D, 1007 Mr. Kellogg was Are you one of the thousands of women wLo N. L. MUNRO on dividing ridgo and county line. S Union. The railroads of Kentucky have class goods. proven tjy his own testimony and 0 so, don't he discuu: suffer from female ailments? Vandewater St. Now York 45 E 20 poles, N 75 E 48 poles to a given a one faVo for the round trip, and 50-1--t locust and two chestnut oaks; thence documentary evidence in possesion of aged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of "Wine c-tho Indiana roads in tho Louisville terriwith the West heirs lino to the leaning the comtnitteo to have received a (Jardui. (Jn the wrapper are lull directions for v. fare for the round white oak, now down tho Bentlv corner tory one and one-haSchool Children second $p,000 for extra services. anjl corner to O. J. Lake; thenco N 41 trip. During the last half century, Cardui has Li These sums were received bv him in Full reports on tho school census have W 02 poles to a chestnut oak on the One of the most enjoyable features of established in thousands of homes, as a safe remt addition t;0 the regular salcry received been received by the Superintendent of brink of the hill; thence leaving the is tho basket picnic. Each the Bfntly a line N '333-- 4 E 215 oy ins tiii-is relial . from the trusts for many Public Instruction at Frankfort and this to a stonenew tho" ridsre earner! to poles family is expectod to take their dinners for pain which, only women endure. on a tract years past, and the last payment was shows that there are a total of 225,557 sqld fty Charles contains no harmful ingredients and can he depend Lester to flart Bros; In baskets, and eat them picnic fashion. made in the midst of the panic and children of school age in this State. thence with said line S 77 2 E to tho Grand Master Gruber, of Kentucky, and ed on in almost any case. . Odes Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond only two 6r three days qerore the famous Tho statistics show that onlv 30 er brink of the hill, thence with an agreed line sold by Fish to Win. Powell, with Grand Master Stlpp, of Indiana, are conference of Gray and H. C. Frick cpnf. qf thp schqql children, qf the State the briqk qf the hill, to a corner on (he both oxerting all of their influence to (ruling spirits pf tl)e $teel trust) with attpnd schqol a.nfl the percentage of point near the district school houso ward getting every Odd Fellow within President. Roosevelt, whereby they those enrolled who attend is only 45 per with rowell s lino to a white oakstump; reach of Louisville to attend. gained ttyo prcmission of the President cent, less than half of the children who thence S 41 E 38 poles to a stake Mary . GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N to commit criminal violation of the laws aro nominally in Iho schools. The re- Davis' corner; thenco with her line to a chestnut, a corner Davis and Brack Pigg; Graduate McKilllpp V ts Inaxj Ccllege of the United States by absorbing thn ports show that thero aro in the cities thence N with Pigg's line around the or Chicago, l I Lawyers DENTIST Tennesspe Coal, Iron & Itallway com- 54,584 white children, 22,021 being malo head of the hollow as per survey In Ottte ta'Deegtas & Simmons' new boundary of land by Fish to Lick, pany, thereby exterminating their and 22,503 female. In the cities thero cluding tho which is wholly within ltafMtBg m Seaond Street U. J. Jjake are 10,001 negro school children. principal competitor. In boundary with the understanding this Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Office at J. R. Azblll's Stable epp. Court House that This situation becomes still more tho rural schools thoro are 170,912 Cf J. Lake or hi3 assigns shall have a Specialty. 09 Office Phone Mrs. Charles BrajT, of Sweetser, Ind., tried Cardui. IT Office in Bank Building. 1 Ky remarKablo when it is recalled that school children, 155,323 being white and reasonable passway uown the branch Richmond, Res. Phone 532 premises to the Davis line. writes: "Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui ha3 done li his tho . man - who appointed Kelloffg 15,589 colored. Tho whites aro divided. This tract of land contains about 200 began taking Cardui Before could not do a day's work. uuanuer v. ivnox, now secretary of according to sex, 78,409 male and 4 less, and tho Commisacres, more or shall always give praise to ju-- r would work awhile and lie down. state was the man who went from the female. The statistics show that the sioner will first sell that part of said , Arro&xxY jt-L- a medicine." llry Cardui. employ of the steel trust to the omen negroes attend school better than the tract over which there is no dispute and SURVEYOR Dentist 11 it does not bring enough to satisfy KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, solicage of thoso its patronneeding ser- of attorney general and who refused in whites. AT ALL" DEUG STORES . . Plaintiffs debt, interestnnd cost, then Telephone 267 !ruti .to prosecuie me vices of a competent man. Address, Jffice orer State Bank & Trust Co., opnui steel trust when Uio whole boundary will be sold. Real Estate. Office in Oldham Building RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. convincing evidence of its violations of posite Court House, on Main Street. TERMS: This land will bo sold on a law were laid before him bv tl, nm;. ah persons uesiring either to sell or credit of six and twelve months time, trust league. purchase land or other property ortp purchaser to have privilege of paying cash if desired. If sold on time the make rentals or same will And to their. be required to Bread Trust '. - . interest to placo the same withitmo as purchaser will security, payableexecute bond with good to the A 825,000,000 bread trust which Commissioner, bearing 0 per cent . .in- . .r ... will am a member of the National operate, to start with in 21 large, cities, tive Realty Co., of Washington, with luresi uumuuiu umii p.(i((, Willi a lien on Ihe uas oeen iormed in New York under the agents throughout the United States, retained monpy property until all the purchase is pal", to have the name of the General Baking ComDanv. MexicoHand Cuba. Also my services as forco and effoot of a judgmont. system as one of th The modern builder recognizes a good plumbing Thealhiged object of the new octopus is auctioneer may be secured by calling cn H. Rice to educate theipublic to a higher stand me at my residence, No. 200 Third St wisest investments he could make. Modern plumbing increases the selling Master Commissioner M. C. C. S. E. Scott. artf or (tuality in bread." Inquiry at the Richmond, Ky. value of a house, adds to its comfort, and safeguards the occupants from the. f22-t- f office of Attorney General Wickersham diseases caused by defective plumbing. elicited the Information that, absolutely Administrator's Notice. nothing was known there of the forma modern bathroom you. guaranNow is the time to put your house in When you have us install a tionof "any bread trust" Tho-repl- y All persons having claims against the order or the coming season. ,Dq you experts an assurance of good sanitation and teed fixtures fitted by plumbing was not unusual, as the Attorney Gen estate, of R. Emmett Roberts will please want a change from the, regulation: eral's office isgecerally the present them to me properly verified as in lasting service. ! ! s Cg. things you have 'seen for years? We i Washington to go for information which as required by law on or before Julyj Oldham Building We are always are tired of them and we think you might be construed to admit the exist- 1,1911 or same will beWred. Looking Through. Ky must be. "We have been looking for ence of any trust. Parties Indebted to said" Roberts .will your command please settle their Indebtedness and something different and better, and Our list of paints you wlbe aroaied fixready to install s Your Neifhbor'CExiwrkoce. save further trouble. ai me lor special uses. W have found them. Come in and tures or to do repairing on Burton Roberts, How you may profit y )t Tak see these new things You will be as There Are Paints For Every :.Y;'"'.TO INSURE YOUR Ruthton, Ky. 51 4l Foleys Kidney Pills. rs. E.-short notice. ,, -- pleased as we are. Whit .... Purpose. ing, St., Aren,-0- ., says: Wha Foley KkJoey Pais W . Does your plumbing ror some lime i naa-- a very-sou- s From the us ful water paints for cellar, " ' need our attention? i do ror you., case of Icldney trouble and I auered walls, barns, etc." to the finest of vni n'Lh and polishes for the furniture of Foley Kidney Pllte an a tru rimu with backehs aud lfeAdacUc.- pitw. TU hb what you want to do and They. are healine. strenethMtiiuH I (had apecks Roating before my ayes AT ONCE we'll suffiy the paint product with IfeMail tired out- and misemble. antfceotio and tonic Folev KluO THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT 41 which lo o it , - -Foley KMney PJll advertijd"ad "Pilk take hold qf your avstera aad, JM& I BURNS AND WISH Richmond-Heatin- g you to rid yourself of yotar. draff A 213 West Main Street. a bottle and look them aceording-t- o YOU HAD backache, dull headehe, n"wu4, iaif dkecUoac and resnUs showed almost at paired eyesightv Tetepbooe 270 Ben. F. Hurst, Manager X ef all tlM.jiaty ad' onee. The pain and diezy headaches able feolings that tfc Uil Bbotoo, . mt, bewm ctear, and paired action ot mult fr$sr Watt Papery Window your kidneys Mil Harry GIm Pictures, I ae cay I am a wH "woman., Madder. Remember it is Foley Kktaar ": DENTIST Pfcen II lhanW Kkteev I'11l Fnrk. Fillc , Frame awl that do this for you. m rsjr Stockton ic Sou, Stockstoa & Son, RICHMOND, KY Buniam's Insurance Agency. tf WALTER A. WOOD MOWER THE ADMIRAL , the-wisdo- fifty-seve- $a Our entire stock of at the regular ... te , July Magazine, 5c 3 Palm Leaf 5c J Rugs, 26x72, 48c Bein $38,00 Rakes Extra good Underwaists children, sizes, American Beauty Corsets s. Douglas, Simmons & Patterns, and Deatherage I E. V. ELDER Sterling Clothes e 5econd Street Telepho. The Wonderof the Age 5, 10 and 25 cent Store c-- Commissioners Sale 5t on io Re-Un- ion 5, 10 and 25c Store Strnc Jde 50 years cxpenence the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from Re-Uni- Rural Telephones siana - Hats at 12 Post Cards Free " Why Suffer ? If 24-2- J. B. Stouffer H. I. PATRICK !Dr C Paint Kentucky lf Re-Uni- It 1-- H. Mainhart CARDU It Will Help You I I Veterinary Surgeon J. -- fi-o- Pv. Robt. C Boggs H. e. DOTY, 70,-85- I f? . A Safe Investment 'KimC 1 Co-ope-ra j. WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! C " get J. T. EERRIELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, t 'j last-nlac- at ilw alwayi IT IS BETTER many-varme- t diy - reetnan & Plumbm Company ;!r: aa ut t RJuett&Son, " WIL L 1NO ll to-d- ay U jroani ttIrtXk Stabs, Prist Hirtwv en You hjme more comfortable. It is difficult for mailt of us to buy large quantities of house furnishincN -- Add something each year that will make yovjr one time n "'"i-"" oniniCai1r' f Iia i .i i liijjiu' jour becomes attractive witarne'-things-, home if you follow this plan of adding something new every r ill Va " 1 T; Our Bis: Salo Grows Into A Complete Prices Are Cut Deeper, Until Clothing, Hats, Shoes and FURNINHINCS Are Sold Lower Than Ever Known In Kentucky sale, and cut prices still deepen 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 spring. - ' . Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings arid :Rugs Ready for your selection now. ENNETTandHIGGINS UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist m0Kgj Cuban Star, 5c li Diseases of EYE, Allman & Plgg handle the best of EAR, NOSE meats and groceries. 3t. and THROAT The old reliable AUman & Pigg for Riobmond, Ky in BiJir. meats and groceries. 3t. " tf a good ice cream at, Rlcol's A' man & Pigg's n.m meats. St. s Insuraaoe Agenoy writes all 43ti Vote ior McCreary for Gov ernor. vc stock insurance. . Saturday, July 1. Is the date for the primary election and every Democrat in the county should go to the polls and ote for McCreary. Boonsboro Lodge of Mason celebrated St. John's Day Saturdav with a nlenic. - "crone of those iuloy steaks from A larde crowd was present and a most n Phone 125. enjoyable day was spent. (;me to Owen MoKee, Richmond "Woman is stronger than man," .r dry goods and notions. Others opines Professor Tvler. At anv rate, a tf good many of us are led to believe that J why not you. Agesoy, Douglas, sne is stronger in the vicinity of the Domain's Insurance r m ns & Deatherase Building. Phone Jawbone. r -W RnuiiiaiU! As l0. 44t Camp Meeting Burke will this week v ire room on First. St. Apply to begin their series of camp meetings for the summer. Tim first one will be at 2tf D"jrowsky. Caleast beginning tomorrow night and continuing through the second Sunday Brick for Sale in July. Mr. Burke has secured attract A Tew thousand old brick for sale. ive assistants for their meetings, Revs. J. D. King & Son. ?if E. E. Dawson and D. L. Brandenburg being among the number. Raspberry Supper Pa' 3 A. Clay Infirmary will give a A Mica Mine and Ice Cream supper in the Mr. George Hale proprietor of Gipsy r J cf the Presbyterian ohuroh tomor-- v Camp Stock farm three miles out on the i"ernoon beginning at 4 o'oleck. Lancaster pike has brought to the Climax a fine specimen of mica taken from Residence Sold. land owned by a colored man half mile Vi n Allman soW last week to J. H. back of Mr. Hale's place. Mr. Hale s i.iS residence and eight acres of says it exists in almost an unlimited an , Bie Hill a7enue price private. quantity and the negro man guards it as carefully as if it were pure gold. It might be worth while for some enter Wmtnri I tin rarPQ 1 II IPPfl prising citizen to look into the matter. For Rent Mr. and Mrs. 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 00 Hand-mad- e and Summer Suits ri. & Crescent Route. e ti Model School Dramatic Club. Goldsmith's comedy "She Stoops to Conquer," at the opera house Tuesday evening of last week by the Dramatic Club of the Model School under the direction of Prof. McBride was an amateur performance of much more than Prof. McBride had ordinary interest. exercised splendid judgment in the selection of tho play and of the various characters apd had drilled them well. Every part was well sustained. Miss Elizabeth Shackelford and Miree Mc- Dougle were shining little stars. The boys, all of them, were fully up to their parts and all in all the play was a great success and highly enjoyed by the Ql'EEX & CRESCENT ROUTE in effect account of the Fourth of July Tnr;s will be on sale July 1, 2, 3 and i 5 '.a limit to return July Sth. Ask Tivi.o Agent for particulars. W A. Bbcklbb, General Pasenger Agent. ..unces low fares will be j Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weaves tailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $15.00 All our finest Kenton 15. 10.U you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $18 to $20. These are also Kenton Hand-madand fine enough for any man. Lvery suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring For Twelve-Fift- y e, Honest values at 5.00, 6.50 and j 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 1 1 7M Brand new suits,- this season models, unusual values at 0.0ft to 2.50 slaughtered at 7.50 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs - 1 1 at these prices H V. fa nhea" W. Broaddus & Co., have excellent .hues for storage. Bring " in your 2--tf Jnion Services ocoupy the pul-ih- e Methodist ohuroh next Sun day eening at the regular Union ser- Re E B. B&raes wiH iCCS. 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 . Straw Hats For a Song $3.00 for 1.75; 2.50 for 1.50; 2.00 for 1.25; 95c; 1.00 for 75 cents Panamas, $5.00 for 3.50 '. - No Reversal. Ti e court of Appeals has over-rule- d motion for a new trial in the Wend- It w ill be remembered that "5 case Weill. jig was oosvioted of the murder .ma Kellner in Louisville about leen months ago. It was one of the La kest crimes on record. 1lie Splendid Lectures. Miss Hamilton, engaged in literary work of Chautauqua, spent last week at the Normal School delivering a series or lectures, two each day. The mornings were devoted to Shakespeare and his works and the afternoon to the poets Browning, Lowell, Poe, and our southern poet and musician, Lanier, and others, one afternoon devoted to each. Tho mirCA wn intonriAri snA(MAllv for the students and teachers of the Normal School but all citizens who chose to at tend were mado welcome.- - President Crabbe is ever on the lookout and never misses an opportunity of giving his students the benefit of extra courses of lectures, anything that will be benefi cial and uplifting educatloually and sooially. Miss Hamilton is a charming talker jind a cultured woman. Those wholieard her enjoyed it very inucn. 1.50-f- or . " . Stetson Hats 10 per cent. Off r . Married in Cincinnati. Mr Chester Gourley. of Lexington, was married Thursday in Cincinnati to Miss Lida B. Miller, of that city. The Barker's Linen Low Cut Shoes Collars 10 Cts Cut t0 the Hanan, Walk-Ovbrands, none better er Neckwear At Your Price . marriage took place at Seton Hospital, viiere Miss Miller is now seriously ill as i he result of an operation for appendi-c- i' is about a week ago. Mr. Gourley is a prominent young attorney and Is well and favorably known in Richmond. uick and Beacon BOYS J(nh( Suits this mighty slaughter. , Boys Suits also - . . - Decides Against The ( ourt of Appeals handed down Will Put a Stop to Gambling. in opinion last week setting aside thesale Some complaint has been made re of the F. & C. railroad which was garding a practice that has been indulg L. & X. some twelve momhs ago, claiming the F. & C. to be a competing line. What effect this decision will have on the sale of the L A to the same company is a matter of conjecture. L & N. Vote for McCreary. Memorial Services. crowd assembled at the t'l.mtian church Sunday afternoon to K. Jarge a tend the annual memorial services of ' r. , v t1 1r I .. i : .1 .i.A cr.iicipal speaker of the afternoon. Attorney W. C. G. Hobbs. of Lexing, who delivered au eloquent address. Following the exercises at the church a line of march was formed and The Mrs Broaddus Dead Knights proceeded to the Richmond After an illness of several months cemetery, where the graves of the de parted were beautifully with cancer. Mrs. Mattie Broaddus, aged brothers 27 years, wife of Mr. Wm. Broaddus, decorated. one of the county s leading citizens, died SeeW. W. Broaddus &. Co. for all at her home at Millers Creek on last kinds of storage. Sunday afternoon. About two months am she underwent a surcical operation o Dr. Crabbeat Millersburg at Louisville inc which time her con Dr. J G. Crabbe, of the Eastern Ken dition was known to be hopeless. She Is tucky State Normal school attended the survived by her husband and aauguter, Epworth Learue Confereace at Mlllers- - Lillian, acod 9 years. Also her parents. w- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. West, of Millers neat part in the proceeding of that body. four brothers. L. A. West, of Speaking of Dr. Crabbe, the Lexington Santa Ana. Cal.. R, L.; A. F.and James, Herald says: "Hon. J. O. Orabbo took up and two sisters. Mrs. J. N. Benton and his third of the series en the "Bible Mrs. S. B. Neal. all of this County, Study Course," reading a few verses on Funeral services were held at Ml. Tabor Elija, making Ell a the theme of the ohuroh Monday at noon, conducted by morning study. He used the quill Rev. Anderson, of the Baptist church, method and foreed them to give quick theace Interment at Mt. Tabor oeme answers, touahisgnly the heads of the torv. Although she was not affiliated known and topics, iatrodMaiBg about tea lessons in with the church, ahe-w-as one hour. Dr. Crabbe also delivered ndmlred for her many noble character an interesting lecture ea the "Educa ktics and her untimely death will be tional Force of the LeagBe." which vas keealv felt by the community. Estill in keeping witfe all his work." Herald. 2-- tf ed in by those who are over enthusiastic over the ball games at Pioneer Park. So enthused are some of the local fans that the? are overly anxious to place money on their favorite teams and this practice has become a nuisance to those who do not approve of gambling. Jn the future, all forms of gambling will be strictly prohibited and those who persist In this practice will not only be expelled from the grounds; but will be delivered to the officers of the Jaw forpunishment. It is to be hoped that all those guilty in the past of such conduct will take heed and forego in the future the possibily of arrest as something must be done to pro tect the interest In this great national game, which will surely wane it gambling is permlUed on the grounds. ker's Fine Linen for 15 slaughtered at 10 cents '?28? Great deception in collars. Only two Richmond stores .sell linen col- lars at all. Look for the word Fine silks m newest colors A - All our finest go at these prices: nl cents, now d;r nn r AH nn fnr 25 3 jo ,9 3.50) for 2' 75 oo . CentS fr j 1 50 CentS $ 1 0.00 for 7.50; 8.00 for 5.50; 7.50 Shoes Reduced IOr oo 07 5.00; 6.50 for 4.50; 5.00 for O Id 2 Id O.D; A HA IOr Z.O Choice Of All $1 Shirts . 75. Cents 1 Underwear at Slaughter Prices Extraordinary yalues in Men's Balbriggan 5hirts and Drawers, 19 cents Great stock of plain or plaited bosoms, collars attached or detached, white or Fine Nansook, balbriggan, lisle and other summer weaves, long or short fancy colors, all new clean stock, this summer's newest styles. Solid values at $ , , drawers, and shirts with or without sleeves full 50 cent quality, slaughtered at39c slaughtered at 75 cents lowest price ever made , v- Odd Pants, Thin Summer Coats, Suspenders, Belts, Gloves, Suit Cases, Etc., Etc., all are part and parcel of "this mighty avalanche of values Thrifty men, men who valuethe buying power of their dollars, "will flock to this sale and supply their clothing needsforr a; long time to come TERMS GASH TO ALL Covin pon IT Banks 1 mm " Bl E9II For Men and Boys -- June July 15 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 Furnishin as An extra J The Most Daring Disregard Of Cost or Value In a Huge Outburst Of Gigantic Bargains This is not a price tinkering event designed to ensnare the unsuspecting, but a Det&rmiiLaticiiL Sale. Like a mighty crashing down a mountain side sweeping all before 'it. Sensational bargains that must lay our counters bare within a short period. ava-Ianc- he Becler, Mayer Chicago & Co. Join your friends and neighbors in this, great bargain rush. force of salesmen have been engaged to handle the crowds with promptness. Cash to One and All Linetta Handkerchiefs Tbis staple article ol merchandise sold the world over at 10c Don't Forget The Date June 15th to July 3rd Here Is The Price List That Starts The Ball Rollins: Hose Standard Suspenders opening supply will be great they can Good and substantial. "While tore Will Be Closed 2 Days to Arrange Stock Everything Markedan, Plain Figures Double-we- ar Neckwear our Choice of colors and shapes in vai'ied hues and styles. The 25c kind , 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 25c z You all know this kind. Advertised two for a quarter . rxj a 223 a a 3 23 t S 2 j Determination Price Determination Price nat last Determination Price Determination Price Determination Price Determination Price 2c Men's Fine All Wool H&jtd 4c Built with an idea of strength. colors and sizes at the go-of- f, 8c All Good staunch woolen material, choice 10c Dress Suitsfront Determination Price Hand-tailore- d 12c Suits 1 o -p o en to f 3 3 O O Vt to tC J- -1 J- - ; 7? a -- i en Z. , ' erref c to so as - P J3 P V e- P & S b tailored and the world's best makes, such as Adler's Collegian Brand and The "Washington Make. Also aiaay other well known makes go into this Great Deter mi Bation Sale at record breaking cut'prices SPRING SUITS 32oo0 Service Suits Fancy Che viot but thev won't last. So be here early if Regular price $7.50 3fou want one. of many patterns and styles of dark "We thought and light materials. them reat values at $10, but this is a sacrifice cc m cc as co fT 3S3 p (0 rs 22 3 2 & rlELSLrL a" a" o" (s T SI" - z o Suitable for best wear. Firm 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 t combination of colors. $15 to $1S : .... oo : -- !- "i 1 3" ffl (3 (5 a c" ::: $ gap 33 jp u i ' $J8 now $12.50; $16.50; now now $19.00 Determination Price o Determination Price Determination Price $4J4 5hirts $6.66 noth- $8.88 Boys' Shoes and Oxfords $9.99 Special For The Ladies Sil-Ki- d si"; r spg 88 r Boy's Suits Big Mswtmeat f Boy 's Cast and Soke i sius from ft te 17 years. this Grsu DMwmuwtMMi Sle Mens' and Boy's Past Suits. 200 They alt ge in S4.00 KagaUr 7.09 Half Price lUglr Salts for 6ait for.. Kegnfer &0 Saiu far Suits for. tt.m SaUc for 3X8 .09 4.00 ' Work: Shirts Dress and We have a great line of Soft Pongees Mens' Shoes and Oxfords You all known that we handle ing 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 Shoes and Oxfords, extra values at $2.50 1 1st W 5 (ft S 2 Kralar M.40 Kapafaw fancy stripes, Mue serges. Dovbie breasted coats sad kaiekerboeker trousers. Boy 's Kaickerboekar Pants in brows and tan waebable foeds. Great values h( 50c and 76c OaterraiaaUon Price 35 caott. i.00 Tltey are Soetefa Cbariote, W4 Crfk, in light aad Aartv gtyv tbe new ahaee of tan aiJ brtuvn, 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 1.19 1.50 sale price 1.59 2.00 sale price 1.79 2.50 sale price ; Regular $2.00 Shoes for ..$1.09 Regular 2.50 Shoes for 1.95 , Regular 3.00 Shoes for 2.55 Children's and little gent's all reduced in proportion You will find in short lots or. special counters at half price to close and Royal Special OOoo Mppi.p I P cooo ) , k. 3 o LJ mm . Underwear for 'Men and Boys B. V, Determination Price $ .95 1 The cool breezy kind suqh as Kegular $3.00 Shoes for Regular 3.50 Shpes for Regular 4.00 Shoes for Rogular 5.00 Shoes for Baydon's O.OOShocs for .1 1 $2.55 2.95 3.35 3,05 4.75 Nainsook and Munsing Union Suits. length drawers. Porosknit, Twintext, Balbrujgnn, With long and short sleeves and knee X) 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 sizesand widths. $1.65 Regular $2.00 sale price it p p p tj"p o PPpcow p P cc 5 3 as w P Q . " 5- - h T 5q 3M S S" t3 . Regular 25e values sale price Regular 50c values sale price Regular $1 values sale price 7 '. ... 19c 39c 79c sale pricq : sale price Short lots on special counters at half price u in-al- l " 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 sale Driee sale price 1.95 2.45 2.95 ... 3.35 ::: en jt- - s o-c- t cc cc to - ? oo5 s en en co wtn-ir-'J- 252. Keep in mind the dateJune 15th to July 3rd. Come early as this Js your greatest opportunity this season to get hig class merchandise at such low prices. We are overstocked Eook fop the Bio yellow Banners . 1 jt3Jtiirjr,xx "x1 11115 vxJccjji x . xjCiXxxcivjLxr Bring this circular with you, also your cash. 5ale starts Thursday, June 15th, at 9 o'clock sharp aiii lines therefore your reap the . ivxx!i - ' " n SI; HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES! HHIIb ;L Corner Main and Second Streets - .. i ; r: - ... y.. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY . . , u ;v - i- -'