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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 5, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911070501_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 5, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, 'KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 191 1 NUMBER 3 li. II. Blanton Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N . V. The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABIRCS for the least money, A hint to the wise is sufficent . N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND tent my.self with post "cardsf Thtire is go out scain apparently refreshed in The Cause df Constipation. an authentic likeness of St soul. I cannol but feel "that the conConstipation is, iti some cases, tho from life nothing: like so cheerful look stant use of the church as a daily prayer (The following letter from MIs Lucia ing as tho brother who showed mo the means a great deal in'tho spiritual life direct result from a typhoid or slow Burnam will be of lntorest to many of acting Liver, brought about by tho our.reaaors. it is a personal Jotter to convent treasures. I noticed a M. S. S. 01 mis peopto. l Know our slock ar-wnen I went to gmnont that a religion must bo judged witholdmg of tho flow of bile. This airs. uodi. li. Burnam, out as It con- m Araoiconme-aesttains nothing 61 a private nature. Sirs. write my name-oIbe visitors book and, bv its fruits and that catholocism iudsred condition is commonly allied with more Burnam has, at our earnest sojjeita- - he told mo with somo pride -that ho Dy tho ignorance and degredation of the or less indigestion and dyspepsia, partly uon. aiiowea us to crivo it to our spoko Arabic having been at Jcrusa people whore it is supreme must fall be- due to the constipation itself. readers. The author of the letter has Many persons have found it comparabeen abroad for about eighteen months lem and Cairo, and that he thought it fore Protestantism. But on the other tively ' Siena is a small mountain, town easy to overcome such conditions in the most difficult of all languages. hand, they seem to me, to beliove more Italy interasting on account of its hisvery lcind lut' evidently thought a simply to love more ardently and I am with a treatment of Roxall Liver Salts. tory Ed. In our judgement, we feel, that this very brief inspection of the picture allj not prepared to say that this child like preparrtion is remarkably well fitted to that was necessary,- - so I came away faith is not as much to bo desired as our overcomo those conditions, and recombefore I was roady and forgot to Siena, Italy, May, 10, 1911 determination to think for ourselves mend them to you with the understand My Dear Oynthia: look for the tomb of Pelrucia one of tho which ends often in bolieving nothing. ing that any money you may have spent I have sent letters and! post cards .to things I went to see. (You need not I must say I seo no evidenco of the dis with us for the preparation will be reRobert and Mary since 1 reached Siena mind if you never heard of him f'bo but I seem always to have left out the lieve nobody does till he comes to Siena, satisfaction with the church in Italy of funded in case there are no beneficial which wo read so much. I did not results. most delightful experiences or they but lie was a great man in his day.) to writo any of this, but to tell you In two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Perry's happen just after ihavo sent off a letter. Sunday L decided not to go 4o$cburch, mean of the Belle Asti with its wealth of old Pharmacy. The Rexall Drug Store. Last Saturday a beautiful warm morn- after the sad experience of the prcced masters, many of which make you long ing I walked to the convent of the ing Sunday, of which I wroto to Robert Resigned. for a modern gallery, of my drive yes so with guide book in hand I wander Asservariza founded by San Bernadino, terday to a medieval castle now the Deputy Collector Ben Herndon, who one of Siena's famous saints who was ed at random through these narrow a wealthy Sienese couple. has had his headquartors here under also one of the great preacners of the paved evil smelling ways winch answer residence of They were both in the court yard as 1 Collector Cooper, of the Eighth Distrist, middle ages. S.tuated on a lofty emin- forstrcets. A pestilence destroyed 80; my land lady whom I in- - resigned'last week and will return to ence, the convent commands a grand 000 pooplo in Siena during tho middle entered with go with mo. Very nice looking tho storekceper-gaugo- r assignment. view of Siena and the mountains. The ages and a Canadian lady in tho house vltsd to people thoy seemed. They have Mr. and Mrs. Ilerndon left Thursday servants were working in the vineyard quite seriously asked me if I did not kindly ees a great disappoint for Lancaster where they will reside. as I approached digging about the vines think the germs were still here and no children. "It there are moments when you can think ment says la bignora. rue drive was Their many friends will regret to learn and I noticed that the strawberries wore up a bill and from tho battlement of the that they have left Richmond. in bloom, solhe good brothers will not so. Tho sound of drums and many feet castle we had a grand view but judged arrested my attention and going to be entirely dependent on alms for their simply as scenory, this drivo does not Kidneys Diseases Are Curable luxuries, whatever they may be for their wall which overlooked a street 20 feot below I beheld a very curious sight. compare with a dozen round Ashville. Under certain conditions. The right daily bread. They are Franciscans who In fact tho poverty of tho soil affords medicine must bo taken before the dis take vows of poverty and look poorer Six or eight men dressed in medieval too far. Mr. Perry A costumes carrying banners on which but a scanty subsistence for herbage of ease has progressed , says with their sandals and baro heads, than 'l was down any kind, though thero are great fields Pittman, Dale. Tex any other order I have seen. The con were tho coals of arms of their wards in bed for four months with kidney and of scarlet poppies, the great hill sides bladder trouble and gall and stones. One vent has some good pictures, but its were marching every now and then stopping to wave the flags drawing scantily clothed with somo sort of green- - bottle of Fileys Kidnoy Remedy cured chief treasure is a coronation of the ury, contrast illy witli the magnificent me well and sound." Ask for it For Virgin by Delia Robbin. There is so them dextrously under ono leg and over rhododendrons, the flamo colored Sale By Stoclston & Son. much to know and I learn that I am the other, then throwing them high into of wild calacanlhus Fine Dog. always coming on something new that the air and catching them always by azaiias, tho miles the superb chestnut and oaks of N. C. I ought to have known long before. So the staff as they came down. They wero Mr. John Parks, the veteran fox dog On the other hand Siena sits like a when I saw this exquisite altar piece in practicing for the Pallio which comes queen on her three hills, surrounded by breeder, suffered a very, bad loss last whjte and blue .faience I was perfectly on in August. I went one way and thoy tho old walls whose gates arc. closed and week, by by having his fino runner, amazed, for I had no idea he worked in another, but I met them half a dozen locked every night as they were a thous Margaret, so seriously injured that she this material. You can hardly believe times until I was afraid they would years ago, and I well remember that may never bo of any use. In some that such beauty and tenderness of ex think I was following them up, last and when the train pulled into a hideous manner one of her legs was torn almost pression, such grace of movement and when I was returning to my dinner and completely off while in the chasejand it attitude can be found in. China. Bcauti tney were retrosning tnomseives at a littlo plank station surrounded by was not discovered until the animal squalid huts, I involuntary exclaimed ful as it all is, the little angels, gave me little shop with the red wine of tho Ashville is a perfect hole. It is the came in next morning with the rest of most pleasure. They look like joyous country which is very good here. Many the pack. It is thought barbed wir0 laughing babies all but the little serious of the palaces here still have the great history which makes tho fascination of was the cause. to family. one and you feel like Squeezing him to iron rings used in olden times to sup this land. With love all the Right in your busiesf!season when Aff. Yours, port the flag staffs and torches the only your heart and making him laugh too, you have the least time to spare you Lucia F B. The post card I enclose gives only a means of lighting the city. Others bear are most likely to take diarrhoea and the coats of arms of famous old Sienese Foleys Kidnoy Pills are specially in loso.several days time, unless you have faint idea of it. I intend to buy abeauti Colic, We often come upon the Cholera and Chamberlian's fatoilies. ful photograph of it, tho as a rule I con Piccolome cresenls. The she wolf with all ailments and disorders of the kid Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a neys and bladder, because they are com- dose on tho first appearance of the the twins is supposed by some to have posed of ingredients specially selected disease. For sale by Stockton & Son. boon brought from Rome by the son of for their corrective, healing, tonic, and Big Fair. Remus who founded Siena and in the stimulating effect upon these organs Palazza Salomei are great stone Lion The Berea Fair is an attraction that and tho urinary passages. Thoy are heads jutting out from the walls. I antisoptic antilithic and a urio acid promises to be one of tho best every went to Vespers at the cathedral, cele- solvent. Try them. For sale by Stock known in this section among tho colored brated by tho Archbishop a fat but ton & San. spring and summer, it's in people. The dates announced are Augfeeble looking old man. The Sienose the natural time to store up ust 17th, ISth and 10th and an attracColored Methodists. are very roligious and tho city is under health and vitality for the tive premium list has already been cirThe District Sunday School Conven special protection of the Yirgin "Our year. culated. The colored population of Lady" as they sweetly call her. It is tion of tho African M. E. Church closed Madison will enter many of tho contests something jeally wonderful to bo in a a four days meeting last Sunday here and aro preparing to bring back severand a large crowd folks enjoyed, the premiums. church and see some young girl, an old Many prominont colored al session. is Nature's best and quick-e- st woman "or an old man come in, kneel brethren of tho church in the stato wero Dan Breck, fire, lightning, oyclone help. An DrettUu and live stock insurance. tf devotedly down and after a short prayer present. c n He-wa- s A Letter From Italy. THE STEARNS & MATTRESS (WME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATS INSIDE THE SHOWSYOUWHfS LOOK THR0ffiSMe3 AND RZAffi-MmMr Fit ftBeuimiYsXf (PAT.APPL'O FOJI)l TO INSURE REST .THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET ing GufRimsm m 4 Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Sanding nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed of their to original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it m perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. EXTRA CHARGE. Made in the beA qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT f f- Four Grades of Superiority Anchor.. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you get the beil Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them.. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy." Scott's Emulsion Undertaking a Specialty OLDHAM & LACKEY Night Telephone Dav Telephone 76 136 W. S. O. 229 R. O. L. is Reduced Prices for eJuly We Are Offering Calico As usual, at the end of the season we duce prices on all re- 1 Clothing I from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 J -- 2c Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 1 --2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at 10 and 1 2c, at 9c Lawns 4 -2 to 9c for values worth 6 to 18c a yard We are making a clean sweep in our'Dress Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $1.50 at about half price 1- Odd Lots, Remnants, Etc prefering to close them out at sacrifice rather than carry them over. Our pajfcrons know our methods and we are not going to give you a lot of highfaluting newspaper You have heard a great deal about low prices on Clothing, but the bottom was never knocked completely out untij now. We must not carry over one summer suit.' See the prices and then look at the quality. Men's Suits worth $20 to $25 for $12.50 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for - $10.50 Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 $1.98 Boys' Suits worth 1.50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 3$ We are Overstocked in Silks and you can get tlie greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city 4ze can't make good. talk that we But we have this to say: it 3 We have a good assortment or If you are looking for Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all lines are lower, but space forbids more prices Remember we have no trash, but the merchandise at, reduced prices clean-u- p Ladies' Waists worth from $1.00 to $1.50, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for JFall was placed some time Get prices. ago and we must clean up in this department. We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth from $7.50 to $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 values at a price we have them Your money's worth and more. All summer goods must go if prices will move them. They will go not somethingior nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest We quote prices you have seen this' season. a few prices and. ask you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend a penny of honest g g Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers lower in price for quality than ever before if Corner First Hamiito & Main Brothers if J Richmond, Kentucky if if if it BUTTERICK FASHIONS 1 Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring REMODELING SALE 114-116 North Vpper Street As our store will be completely torn up the middle oi July, we consider it a . J. L. WATSON sound-business Lexington, Ky ' . Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest : - jjj From Wednesday, July 5th, To do the Ten Days Only to Saturday, White Goods Good quality India linen 12 principle to five our patrons and xhe buying public a less than the foods can be produced for.. rare-opportuni- to buy dry goqHs W prices in, most, cases much July 15th We will sell without ACKNOWEDGED The HIGHEST Grade of FIRST GLASS Merchand ise in our City limit our entire stock right thing, at the right time, in the right way, to do better than we have ever done before. To be satisfied with nothing short of perfection, best merchandise, lowest possible prices, and a square deal to all. The st.mp and earmark of high quality stand out strong on every item; goods in which we take a prideno seconds or job tots, but merchandise on which J. L. Watson stakes his reputation and makes prices under his name. The reputation of I. L. Watson and his goods count lor everything in bringing customers to his store. The newest and most desirable goods obtainable at the lowest possible prices this means dollars to you and you can't afford to miss this opportunity. Come today, it's the chance ol a lifetime for rare bargains. We say it and we mean it. Remember the date . OWEN MgKBB The Richmond Climax. stewe K. Tailor Suits raee problem I am net afraid of negro dem inat ion. After the meeting many of the negros said they hoped to gain a voting residence in Kentucky in Editor order to vote for Mr. Powers for Gov- eraor and then for President same day, Our entire stock of this season's newest and best styles'. None reserved in this great sale. Suits handsomely made from choicest materials, such as serge, white, blaoirand navy, men's suitings. wear and all Suits values up to $27.50 Tailored Sale aagbt wiiism curt waiQcu it Postmaster Gkseral Hitchcock at THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO last confesses that the government is overpaying the railroads for the hauling ef the mails to the extent ef about SO, Mgr. 000,000 a year. Pres. . Mitter A Sec'y-Trea- s. James Menahan, who represents the W. C. WMe railway clerks in their campaign to pre K,Wf , veal the postmaster general from put KtKfKKY PRCSS ASSOCUTIOX tfjg into effect his policy of economizing by overworking the mail olerks,deolarjs LEAGUE. EIGHTH BHJIMOT PUBUSHCRS Ike railroads are being overpaid to the YEAR extent ef net less than $25,000,000 PER FBIGE l.M year. IK ADVANOE Democrats n Congress have for years contended that suoh a state of affairs 1911 WHM$E6BAY JULY 6 existed, bul the Republicans refused to investigate. There fe mm pnoloaUunM argument THe sympathies of a wide ciroU of Urn wM mw agata eecapy the place friends gees out te E. C. Walton, the mi AmotienH iiiiHUu, UhH it Mas m the TImK k the acgwrneMt Uwt a high newspaper man and ideal Kentuckian InHhe less of hk wife, whose romains asm II if inami ain Ia absUa were brought from Florida last week to be interred in the family lot in Stanford IbbbIbV mAjrk Aba wftfti CgMira nBirffi ri iir Ttt rmuiii this &4eek pre-- Mr. Walton was editor and owner of the 4 Interier Journal fer maBy years, but icHwrt mkwmM will never agat porfcwro the saate valuable wiuuioa fer went South and purchased a newspaper ago. Um KqfMiMioRttfc. fc bocaiiiie of a speeefc several months (Incorporated. J Price $35.00 .$14.95 &JJ0.00 "I . Ladies' corset covers and gowns, of long cloth and nainsook, cut full, round and square neck, lace "and embroidery trimmed, riuoon draws. 75c to 85c value, CQ sale price Cambric gowns, cut full and long, embroidery and lace trimmed yokes $1.00 to $1.25 value, RRr-salprice DC Tailored suits, values up to Sale price . a4 $ "r ' O --111 . and Match Princess Slips blnations, al . 5ets com- . skirl and'drjtwor Stylish Dresses Our entire stook of this season's dresses inoluded in this exceptional, money saving sale of lingerie and silk dresses,' hansomely trimmed. By far the choicest collection of pretty summer dresses to be found anywTicre. Fine summer lingerie dresses and foulard frocks, values " $20.00 to 27.50, 0Q QT sale price Dresses up to $n0.00 and I pD J M5.00, sale price - "BARGAIN PRICES Laclies' Tailor Made Skirts Serge, Panamas, in black and colors, new stylish models, $7.50 to $10.00 A QC values, sale price.. Voiles,, grey mannish mixtures and ' handsome selected. 10.00 to 15.00 value, o J sale price J value, salo price 40 inch batiste and donegal suitings, ICo to 18c value, sale price Flaxons, plain and chucks, lyklinen, round thread, permanent lustre, 18c to 20cvaluo f 'J J sale price 40 inch check batiste, plain and check ' fiaxon, very fine and sheer. 20c to SOc valuo 1 salo price per yard English long cloth, 12 yards to the piece, t2 value 1 ZiQ sale price $1.50 to $1.C5 a piece, i( sale price . 10-- 4 linen sheeting, full 90 inches, $1 25 value, OQ sale prico ! $1.50 to $1,103 value . sale price Vt Q Silks All pure siik t allot as, in colors, Seco and corded wash silks., 27 inch rough silks, values 50c to $1.00 , sale price 27 inch all pure silk foulards, messalines, Rajahs, Ottoman Shantung. All newest colorings and designs $1 A Q to $1.50 values, sale prico. . . 27 inch messaline, Cheney shower, proof foulards, dots, stripes, good quali ty, values $1 to $1.22, JOr price 30 inch black messaline and black taffeta, fancy foulards and messalines, best, goods in our stock, values $1 "7Qr to $1.50, sale price 30 inch black taffeta and celebrated bonnet French Taffeta, 21 inches wide values 85c to $1 Qr sale price foulards, messalines, in all solid colors and fancy figures and stripes. All high class goods. QQ 7C Values 81 to $1.50, price 44 inch double width Cheney silks, with fancy borders, dots and stripes. Values $2 to $2.50 f JQ Domestics 4-- 4 brown cotton, extra good quality, . 8c value T f " Iir t)r rr, "r J An ' ' jy '' sale price Amoeskag gingham, apron checks, . 10c value 7 Sale, price Simpson's American prints and Merrimack shirtings, light and dark shades, go in this salo at C per yard . 4 bleached cotton, Hope brand 10c . value, sale price 1J por yard 30-i- n pcrcates, light and dark colors, "12 to 15c value, sale f price per yard , V plain hemmed sheets, good quality, salo Cap" 4-l-72-9- 0 o ' Table Linens and Napkins all pure Hnen unbleached tal.U damask, COc value sale price li ,... J7t 69c 89c oq 70 and 72 inch all pure linen bleacl.. ! and unbleached tabfe damask. x3i value salo price.. 72-I- n ' , 'f ' guaranteed Hnen bleached an.t and silver German bleached table da mak. $1 to $1 25 value sale price 2 yard wide pure Irish Haea bleach ea table damask, $1.25 to 31.35 DC values, sale priced nr UC $77J JC ". Laces and ' Embroideres OC Crepe-de-chin- e, One Entire Table Devoted To This Line Prices Reach The Very Lowest Many thousand yards Val. and torchon laces, 10c value, CJr sale prico One lot embroideries, insertions and edgings, on Swiss and cambric, 10c value, sale price Embroideries, tnseations and edginges, on Swiss nainsook and cambric, all desirable patterns, 18 to 20c . f y value, sale price..... . 1. One big lot of embroideries of Swiss, nainsook and ojambric edges insertions, patterns fine, beautiful qualities, tremendous values in most exquisite goodss. come and see for yourself 25c to 25c value, fS sale price Great lot of wide embroidery, 12 and 14 inches wide, for underskirt ruffles, on good heavy cambric and nainsook, all good patterns, 25c to 35c 1Q 7C value, sale price per yard . 0 sheets, good quality sale price Mohawk plain hemmed sheets, best quality, VQr U sale prico 10-Mohawk bleached sheets, bost quality OQ- 81-9- rice 81-9- fRr 2 yard wide pure Irish Haen bleact.ew table damask, $1.00 to $1.75 tr f values, sale price.: r Unbleaohed value snle,prioe hemmed 4 napkins. k, 45c P0r 4 salejprice... 5hirt Waists. Ladies lawn and Hngorie waists, lace trimmed, long and shert sleeves, $1.25 to $1.50 value, QRr sale price Ladies waists of stylish models, well emmade marquisetts and voiles, broidered in white, and black blue, coral, and black and white, made low round neck. Dutch collars and kimona sleeves, values $5.00 to $7.50, price . Dress Goods 33-in- Ladies' Handkerchiefs 50 dozen ladies' all linen hemstitched handkerchiefs, 8c value OfO sale price , Ladles' initial handkerchiefs, shamrock lawn, l5c value Q sale price Ladies' all linen corner embroidery 15c value O sale prjje Ladies' initial handkerchiefs fQ 7C 25c value, sale price pfc. suitings, values, sale price h grev, brown and tan mixed all new colors, 00c to 75c sale-pric- e Bleached and unbleached good si7? table napkins, 41 to $1.25 values, sale price 7.to ffn full ..nl : pure linen, 52.50 to $8 values, sale price . M,.l $1.95 20. wool, white, Nun's veiling and batiste, all black ' All Imported Robes - Less Than Cost full size, pure bleached, a linen napkins, $3.50 to $ I value, sale price ieliverea ta Ute Ueese by Wen. C. lie eli of Xew Yerfc, wWe k a nwiaafac- twrof MmiiiK, aad whe far IS yean; Ink feeoa soHtna Amoricna maMifaoUirw M fewiga MWHrieK. KeMeH eeatea4e Mt pM4 (feat Ike aiffereaee in daily wag at hmm antt abroad steW Ht be of piwlQBtlpa to be applied to a given artMe. He efcea htctawee after instance M wMek be mM articles maaafactared by w x ay Awerteaa employee in cowmrioii wkere labor received les Amerioea maaafac-was mack protection as fc? ware aew eatoyiag prefect bom from foreign earn petfuen' ' hoeaase Mtey are saaeesefally eaapetiag with foreign nmnafntarers i all parte af th warta. "Hew dees k happen" demand ed ReMteM, "that Hi a quotation recent-l- y Made Jar naektaery to a mine in Japan Me America priae Svas $815 lass tbaa the BagMsfe price?" "How dees it hapfon ttmt 79) American locomotives are running apaa the Japaaese railways, and apan ike raHways at Formosa aBd npaa tbase et Manchuria These are saM is apea eampotttten with the ma font va wreat vnuw. ueaneM related aa iaaideat between aa Aiaerfosa safeaataa wka Teeently teak a large aeatraat I rem the Japanese Imperial Stale Railways and one of the managers ttt ike Imperial lUHatay shop. Tha Japaaes afSdal was ander the impres rfan that he aaatd manaJactare cheaper Umm an American plant because Japan ese wages are bat one Mth ef American tonms. "im men get aat their costs beaks", said Mr. Kedfiald. "and ihey aaa4 thai ike fast was Ike eeots fer fooemoaves ea the same ApecincatieBs was three and aae-katimes greater ia he Japanese shops tkan ia the Ameri-aa- a shops. And tkk k a perfectly aermal fact and net aa abnormal one." Reafield said when he was in Calcutta, ,. T . .a . ! reeeatiy lhk agent pointed le a pair ef Amerieam made idioes he was wearing. "I paid .S5 fer these shees saw the agent. "It k the regular American 16 shoe" UedneM tail that when he returned te New York he feund the same shoe selling on Broadway for $5. "I shaH be glad te give names and addresses to any member whe inquires in private. lied field gave a score similar instance. It is impossible to do justice te his remarkable revelation In this dispatch. Every reader of this article may secure, free of oharge, a copy ef the complete speech, without doubt one of the most remarkable of its kind ever, made In engress, by writing lion. James T. Leyd, Chairman, National Democratic GeBgressieaai Committee Washington, K Farm News. Charles Dunn, who returned last wee from Van Baron, Ark., has purchased from Mrs. BeUie Adams, ef White Station, a suckling colt, full sister to GeWon Glow the noted shew mare for $60. This is one of the most promising saddle celts in the State. aa Mill Wagers shipped last Saturuiy one of the best let of fat hogs sent to the otty markets this season from Madison. There were ninety four in the lot and they averaged 200 pounds at 5 2 cents, Mr. Earie Curtis is cultivating thirty two acres of tobacco this year on his form about a mile and a half from the ally on the Four mile road and he pre dicts it will be up to his crop last year, which was one of the best in Central Kentucky. Mr. Curtis received 12 cents all round for his crop last year and it was the first sold in the county. May Collins has sold to John W. Fox, for A. J. Lee & Son of Parrott, Ga., his fine jack, Diok Cobb for a fancy price This is one of the best jacks that has ever left the county, his breeding being Up top. Up to June 1. 401,853 of the 500,000 sheep in Kentucky has been inspected ana 34,207 of ibis number found to be affected with Scabies. This is shown by report of Dr. A. J. Payne of the National Bureau of Animal Industry. who has had charge of the work for the past two months. A brood sow belonging to Melvin Hall, a farmer ef upper Beaver Creek, gave birth to twenty-on- e pigs, all perfectly well formed. In two litters she has given birth to forty-eigpigs. The owner has been offered a fancv nrice fer the sow, but will not accept it. ht value. sale price 44-in- ' and colors, $2.95 7c j2 xv COc Summer Wash Goods New colored lawns in hundreds of beautiful patterns, A. P. C, and Bates' Ginghams. A large assortment of stripes and checks. Values 12 2 to 15c Q sale price New printed lowns in a large variety of neat floral, spot and stripe patterns. Genuine serpentine crepes, oriental designs, one lot 32 inches wide. Madras aad zephyr ginghams in al this season's goods. Values 15c tc 18c 11 L sale price Near silk foulards, border and stripe effects, flaxons in plain and fancy, Irisit ' linetie, all now floral designs. Values 18c to SOc fA sale price Printed Irish dimites, French organdies. French ginghams, 40 inch bordered lawns,, colored madras shirtings, white goods, plain and fancy. The biggest assortment of the entire house. Values 23c to SOc, sale prico Persian and stripe voiles, also floral designs; English and Irish poplins; colored repp, flaxons, plain and fancy; India linens, fine and sheer. O1 Values 25c to 45c, sale price Fine white materials, embroidered St. Galf Swiss, colored voiles, stripes, printed and floral designs, showing a good range of desirable styles. -V?r Values 50c to COc, sale price Toile-do-Noid, Towels Colered border huck towels, 10c and 12 value, l-sale-pric- Wash 5kirts 95c, $1.45 $1,95 and $2,45 all wool serges and Panamas; all new novelty dress goods and suitings. A grand collection in black and all colors. Values to $1.50, AQr sale price h wool taffetas, Henriettas, serges, all this season's newest colorings. Also black, the biggest and best lot of all. 51.50 values, 9KQr sale price, per yard . iJ e . ' ' Dress Trimmings . colored border hack towels and 15c value ' 8c sale price lSxCO l-- 12 Dress trimmings, including all ted and novelty effeots, soldless 25 per cent, 33 3 plus 50 per cent. 45x22 colored border huek towels, ex tra 20c value sale price He the postUoa rtt AM m( Reed Silk Petticoats Final reductions have been made to close out our entire line of silk petticoats, black and white stripe, Persian messalines md a large assortment of taffetas, in black, light and dark shades, values $5.00 to $12.50, 5U1T CASES, TRUNKS AT A GREAT REDUCTIONS' 44 inch wool and silk and violes, colors, blues, browes and black. 81.25 to $L50 value, all-wo- ol 5G-in- sale price Muslin $JJ Underwear ZO QC Ladies' cambric corset covers, trimmed with fine lace insertion, ribbon 1Q draw, 25c value, j sale price Ladies' gowns, drawers and cornet covers, Jong cloth cambric and nainsook, in various styles of lace and embroidery trimmed, 50c to COc v3C' value, sale price I sale price 54 and clay worsteds, serges'-nnnovqlty suiting, all " colors. $1,75' ..values, 1 90sale price . h 54 and stripe suitings, colors browns, blues, blacks and novelty A fine assortment. shades. S2.00 value f 3Q . sale price.. . h men's wear suitings, in tans, blues,-- blacks and new mixtures. $2.50 1 7Q values, salo price N Q'r - - Umbrellas and Parasols steel rod and paragon frame umbrellas, mission handles. $1.25 ' value sale price One lot pure silk umbrellas, mission, natural and fancy handles, $3.50 to $0.50 values, 1 QC sale prico Parasols in green, the vogues this season, in silk, Lnffevas and pongee bordered and plain effects. $2.00 to $12.50 values, sale price h or 1Q, 50-inc- ' Food quality 1 pins Pearl buttons 14 to 22 line., Best quality pearl buttons 12 value, sale price Sana Dermal Talcum Powder salo price Cuticura Soap sale price'. i Packers' Tar Soap sale prico l-- Notions and Small Wares O - 18x30 linen huek teweK, heaisliu white and colored herders, f QC $8 per dozen value, priee... '' ) OC O Linen Suitings crash linen suitings, white and celers, value 50c to SOc per yard, sale price Frenoh Ramie Hnen suitings, all colors, $1 value Q sale price crash suiting, while and na- tural, 25e to 30c valuo sale price . 33-i- n 'jr OC 4G-i- n ' l'9r 3Q 7C QQ C fQ 27-ln- ' Ladies' Gloves black and white lisle gloves, 50c value, sale price ... chain- kid and ols, $1.25 value, sale prico. chamois, $2.50 value, sale price..., 2k ... ' Ladies' Vests Ladies' fine vests, 12 yalue, sale price. Ladies fine quality Swiss ribbed vests 20c value, salo price. l-- Bags, Belts and Neckwear. BARGAIN PRICES - ... 7 ... 8c $1.65 to $5.95 9 10 ' Iir No one who cal possibly get here can afford to remain away; whether within a radius of 100 or more miles. have said sufficient to bring you here and we will guarantee that no one who will be disappointed And now we believe that, backed up by .our reputation, we This Sale Strictly For Cash 114-11- Eczema Cure a Beauty Wash Although D. D. D. Prescription has been recognized for years as the one remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin diseases, it is now known that there is no other wash, even those used by the beauty specialists, that can compare with this mild liquid fer cleansing the skin of pimples.black. heads, rash, and all similar skin affec tions For this reason alone, a bottle of n. D. D. should be kept on hrnd' in everv household. A trial 25c bottle will show you the merits of this treat remedy as a complexion wash. D. I). D. seems to remove the cause. whatever the trouble may be, cleansing iue fcKin, ana jeavinc it as sort, as smooth and clear as that of a healthy ..1.11.1 uuuu. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it in the house Stockton & Son. 2 '". 6 N. UPPER STREET and children are Mrs. Emma Fife and Miss Mollie I J. I WATSON You want what you want when you want it!' "You'll find it at Watson's" LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Clay Lizzie Covington & Ballew (Hrs) Collins Sam Daniels Lucy Embry Julia . Harris Jeff " Ben :u Coming to Town Anticipating selling his farm of 220 acres, Mr. J. T. Jones has bought of B. 3. Clay 10 acres of land on the Lexing ton pike in the suburbs of Richmond. We are informed that Mr. Jones will erect a handsome residences and move his family into it at an early day. It is one of the most desirable building sights in or near Richmond. The price is said to be about $500 per acre. D. I C v Opens 10th. Postal Saving Bank, under the direction of Postmaster Wallace. Everybody is well acquainted with this new idea, of the department to enable the poorer classes to make a savings bank of the postofflce,as well as the rich. The Postal savings system is established for the purpose of providing facilities for depositing savings at the intercs with the se curity of the United Slates go verm en t 35very person should for repayment. secure a copy of the rules and regulation from the. postmaster governing this new system and gat well acquainted with it. It k one of the greatest movements ever inaugrated In this county for the benefit of the people Ingeaeral and llichmend should take advantage of what the government has placed at its disposal. On next Monday moining Uncle Sam will open in this city at the poslofflce a PERSONALS Mrs. Talton Todd Is quite sick at her home on Second street. Miss Bess White has returned from a visit te Noblesville, Indiana. Mr; and Mrs. Sam Burton, of Monts- cello, are visiting relatives here; Misses Julia White and Harriet Par rish are visiting friends in Shreveportt La. r Miss Eva Katherinc Hurst and little sister Cornelia are visiting friends at IRThe people of the Eleventh KentuoL-to be pitied for having such representative in Congress as Caleb Powers, the convicted assassin. He out loose in Washington last week in a speech to a crowd of negroes thai should relegate him to the backwoods of darkest Africa forever. In bis speech Powers blamed while men fer the distance of the race problem, and boasted that it "will be many wet and many dry days, too before they'H haag Mattie Lamax in this eky." Yet the Lamar woman is con- " wloted of murder and sentenced, nor has there yet been any indication of aaatmutation or pardon. The negros there alt believe that Mr. Powers has htfemslien that the woman k te be pardoned by the President. Mr. Powers, in hk speech, advocated equa suffrage fer womenof ail colors. Here are seatefeait from hk address: "They had sanced me. U death on eircum-staaaialidoBc,aad I had ne more te 4 wnh the kJtifa n( William Geebel tkaa the aaek afoan the ihraae f ttea. "The wkHa Is rtipoailbjo f&Jktrlct are certainly al rord. KkJotys Diitafc Are Cur felt af tka twlorad mm. ktaaarMki aaaa wise wiaaskw at fertka baaat au Under certain conditions. The rurht Medicine maat beiakea before the dis ease has progressed e far. Mr. ferry A Pkiaww, Dak. Tec , sfs"I was' dawn ta bed lar fear BMBlkc with kidney and Bladder ireaafe and gsii 4 staeae. One kettle af Jniavs Xktaer Roatadv aaaad It as wall and wtmi." Aak far it Par a 8ai By Ateektea 4 den Miss Nannie Ballard left yesterday to spend a few weeks a'. Grab Orchard springs. e Gordon, of Nicholasvllle, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. 1).' Gordon laat week. Miss. Mary Louise Deatherage is ia. Lexington for a two weeks visit ,to relatives. Mr. Gkude Devore is able lb bo at his post of duty on the bus line after a two weeks illaess. Mr. FrankH. Cam the popular L. & N. official in Lexington was over lagt week for a business trip. Mrs. Geo. White of Wasrtsville is a guest ia the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. iS. .Greeeleaf. Ciarae Harris awl T. B, prow iaaat Mock aa ef JPayatta, itara Jtoaoay atiatitt court. Mrs.--Kitti- sembling Bright's disease. His son Mr. Fife ! and reared in that section of Madison. For Rent Park, Rev. Mr. Johnson and spending several days in Bourbon and will leave Thursday for Taylor county Q. Crabbe have moved Chas. E. Dr. and Mrs. J. Campbell all of Irvine came Dwelling house of seven rooms on WoodP. to spend tne remainder of the summer. into Clarke county with relatives. the Thompson Burnam home near friend Monday to see him. land Ave. House is now, will be comMr. John Mftrrs attended the weddin; Miss Jane Good loo is at home for the iue campus, vacated oy Mr. and Mrs. t down Miss Mary James Caperton entertained pleted June 1st. Apply to Mrs. Eliza summer with her father's family at of his niece Miss Same Marrs Spark.i to Leslie Evans and family, who will ocMr. llogan Dullard, of Garrard county. cupy the home on he campus recently a few friends Monday evening in com Lackey or Bowen Lackey. White's Station. tf was polemized last Thursday at the Vacated by Mrs. Roark. pliment to her guests Miss "N illi&ms of Miss Mary Lee Colyer entertained last home of the bride ut Nicholasville. Thompson of Cincin Mr. Lexincton Bur nam's Insurance Agency will bond Mrs. N. A. evening in compliment to her Mr. L. B. Weisenburg, who is engaged who has beenTyree, of Rowling Green, nati. Missand Caperton entertained her in. 44011 the guest of Mr. and Mr. guests with a few friends at Boonesboro you. guest Miss Williams of London, Ky. in a big railroad contract on the Q. & C. A. J. Tribblo is now with Mrs. B. F. Mr. Elmer Dyce of Oklahoma is visit- in Tennessee, has been here for several DtJatheratro for a short stav. Mrs. yesterday, returning to the Caperton ing his aunt Miss Mary Sullivan and his days. He and Mrs. Weisenburgh are Tyree's husband will be remembered as home for luncheon, thence they motored uncle Hon, Jerry A. Sullivan. one of the leading Baptist divines in the to Winchester to witness the national spending the summer at Falrmoijt, game Base Ball and returned home State and was 'well known he e. News: Miss Nannie Chen-au- lt suburb of Chattanooga. Bourbon in the cool of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lyons will c,o to Clay, a talented student from Mr. Lee Upton, of the Home Fire The Winchester News says: Miss I will on Thursday July 20lh 1911 be Ursaline Academy, in Ohio, is at her housekeeping shortely in the home on Insurance Company, of Louisville, was west main street occupied oy Mr. in the city last week in conference Marv Dan Harbeson. who was the soloist tween the hours of one and two o'clock home in the county for the .summer. held hero Beeobam. Lackey and family, who will with the local agent, Mr R. E Turley, in the Wright revival sen-iceThe opening ball at Crab Orchard was move to their new home on the Lex- - He spoke well of the risks in Madison recently and made such a favorable Im- - P. M., in front of the City Hall door is lo given last Friday evening and the beauxs ton read at the city limits. and the very few louses the company prossion with her sweet singing, House corner of 1st and Irvine Sis., ?n the city local Opera and belles were there in numbers, Col. Ambrose W agers was up Satur has been called on to pay here, due to give a concert of Richmond Ky. Sell forensh for Several from here attended. day from Cincinnati to cast his vot(C for tho excellent fire fighting facilities and on Friday evening, July 7th. Miss Har unpaid city tax bills penalty interest beson will be assisted by brother, Mr. Prof, and Mrs. C. G. Crooks of Dan McCreary. He is one of the best Demo- the careful citizenry. Robert Harbeson, who is a famous and cost for tho year of 1010, the follow days last week with crats in the country and always tames vllle spent several Mr. A. N. Wliltlock, who was grad- singer with one of the leading concert ing parties property and real Estate, tne family oi airs, tnzaoetii urow on Home to vote, no matter how busy uated from Harvard law school several companies ot iow lorK. Missuaroesoa iur.Land .airs. lloDerl xerrill ami son weeks ago, returned to his home in the will also be assisted by some local oronough to pay the amounts speci High street. "William, will leaver next Sunday for county to spend several weeks before talent. Miss Harbeson .has been soloist fied below if not paid before said date. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Gwynno have Atlantic Uity, wiiere they will t.ttend T. C. O'Neal moved to the city and. Have gone to tlsa meeting of the Grand Lodge ol Elks going to New York City where he has at the recent revival services at Paris Friday accepted a position with a noted law - City Collector. will give a noHseueeping m tne residence ot .miss uiiiio.uuura jaiaies. . JK.1S9 Jaii ua firm. Mr. .Whitlock was offered the and of this week-- concert there Bight Gurrlleen Smith on North street. vore will also accompany them. White List posit km of Dean ot a law college ia Tho Cincinnati Enquire Jir, Don Wiggins, who was been quite Mr. Peyton Adams who is now iditor Montana, bui will not go West just yet. and Mrs. Robert Pogue are says: "Mr. Vincent Boreing leaving on (Hrs) $ c.32 sick at the rattle Clay lntirmary js very 'and manager of the Estill Herald has June 28 for Basse Rocks where they Joe Bush The CamnbellsviUe Enquirer savsr jnneh belter and his friends will be "glad resigned ins position to take effect iSept j 27.20 to hear of his improved condition. 1st ir. Adams has been ordained as a Miss Gertrude Benninafleld broturkt to have taken a ettage. They are not Wm. Coats.. , . . 7.21 minister of the Methodist churc)i and mis office tnis weeK Tor ear inspection a new comers to this delightful haven Joe Cunningham Elder J. M. Hash, of Winchester, was will be assigned charge I.- eoaa,-a- s they 5.95 at the mietinz very anoieat and later eating book. It on the Glouceatef last summer. had a In the city Monday en route home from of the Mothodisl a Mrs. Harvoy &,bney there conference to M held was the property of her great grattd- - cottage siater, Mrs. i,.. ll;8l Paint Lick, where he is pastor cf'tha m tnis city September. Hersuier, wife of latner.Abei weaineriera. and waa te- - rogue's in Hrs. Annie Jones- 15.05 Christian church, lie is well Known Captlan Uershler, U. 8r A telegram from Long Bottoms.iOhio, ltehed in the year 1796. The book cea family gift of beautyA., who has the J- - H. McKinney.. here. and charm, tabled the sermons' of Rev. Samuel a21 Sunday conveyed the aew ot tbe.jdeath a delightful week here en T. B Trowers, Estata.u Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jacobs of Lexing- of II. H. Caldwell, a brother of Ujrs. K. Davis. President of Princeton Collet's. has spentCaptain s.05 Hershlec's new tast ton arc visiting their grandparents Mr. C. McDougle ot this city. Prof; and Miss BennlngsHeW will be recalled route to Cokxed1 List and Mre. W, B. Wells aaar- - Union Cily, 'Mrs. MoDouglo and softs Iva and as stenographer for Kellogg &, Co., aad ot duty. Several informal alteatfoas have been shown them. Captain beMrs. Jacobs, was formerly Miss Eva May Marion left Monday to attead tnt fun wiu Be pleasantly renembered. ing obliged to excuse himself from th Squire Ballard (Hrs) $ s.79 Rupard of Lexington. eral. Mrs. MeDougle will remain sevJudge W. W, Park of this countv. pleasures of his furlough early ia their John' Bates . 4.46 il Mr. Hugh C&ssiday. who ha been eral days. whe has been in failing health for some visit, owine to a court-martiin Ft. 11.81 Col. Morris T. Lon?. of Ifea villa past, has beea eaaiaed ta hk Sam Houston in which he waa called Breck BellJ here for a short stay with hi? parents oths BeaaeUCam... Dr, aad Mrs. J. B. Cassiday of Madfeoa Superintendent the Kentucky '9c hoo .bwl for a week or more. Hie family aa4 asawitaeas. Captain a4 Mrs. Iastltais, !ft Tfcttrsway far A an .Arber, fer th Deaf, waa ia Kiekaioad hot friaoas are vary amrhaaiva aa ta tfca kraraleaviMr tat wk--. to the Hen. Seat Perry merer. pawt gTa4 H has baaft vlsithtc relative la utWMna of his illaaaa. He haaatowai where ha wiil'tak (ha mm thy have Kwta Bra Jofca, Jr. ... cottrM. around Klrtovtifo, haviaf baf h born trouble with complications ataca re Crutar Llsale Mrs. Martin Gentry s ii Z 1 h.; 5,j4 Hatlie Harris.. Irvine Joe N. . . i 5 ! 5.VJ ; .! 1 Public Sale of Lots For City Taxes Jarman Kavenaugh Lou. Martin Humphry. Maupin Mitchell, Moberley Geo (Hrs) Moss Alex Miller John , Mundy AW Q. Miller Wm. ,, Phelps Nannie Til Katies " " Ben.. 4N 1.6a ; '. oj: 5.0--? 31- - s 9 tf 469 SS3 afc-th- Palmer Jim Sr . Shepherd-Unas- ; jenney.,. Rhodes R. P:lv ...... sM.. n "i . . . :u 3.T1 .'.. Shepherd Smith Smith Scptt Steae Nannift Tevis Tem.j... Ei..3. 1 -- ,rL ReaailX aoi . 1055 113 2.61 ... . . 261 3.05 5.12 6, "9 5.95 9.30 10 S3 5.93 TeddJasi Ot Turner MSUte; AValker. A'lofeAl. m- Aaa...", 12 6.79 0.33 6.S6 al ad iek fwU ......... 34J &ttlatt,rW: Hit iaio ii i nrm maanriiiirn nriwr n J PHI'11 f T. S. TODD Contractor and 9 Mooey to LofconGood Harm Lands. The NrtBwetnt MatttiU Lite In ! Sieve surance Oo.. will loan mo&ey at . per oent Interact on worn improve urn land ou Mortfe. Apply to J. C OheHautt, AJty "RickHl, Ky. 6-- 9t . Champ Clark "Pat" Encouraged Bohnnan. the star ceater fielder of the Frankfort club and one of best th" players lit th&oijth, claims he I Will cary 6fT IhapennanLef the Pluegrass leogue's'second season. He sftys that lie has the fastest team in the league now and With the exception ofofle weak spot, which he intends to fill at oncethewUlj have the best that has ever been seen in the league. This1 statement is claim ed bv the local fans to be of much weight, as the Lawmakers showed ex cellent form in their twogamcshero last weelc with the Pioneers. K. VsBght IE -- Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION 1 9 Shop in Rear oi McKee 9 Buildijfe Richmond, Ky Telephone 467 9 We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers and Binders and Binder Twine We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows , 60 Tooth Drag Harrows Call and see these before are the best buying TAYLOR& OLDHAM ORANGES 15 cents per Dozen D. B. McK'inney Successor to Tate & Son a Telephone 35 E. Main Street A Rare Beauty every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops at prices that are remarkable for their low figure" F. JT. YEAGER The Climax is in receipt cf the following letter from Hon. Champ Clark, SpeakPreS and Mgr. er ot the Bouse of Representatives, In A. D. JHller which he takes the opportunity to exSey-Trea- s. W, G. "White tend his thanks most gratiously to this paper for the many nice things said Ktmucict "Vress jissociAtenbout Him in regard' to his candidacy R. Pennington I. for the Presidency on the Democrat Dentist. imn WSTRICT 'PU&USIICftS' ffASUE. .tteket. Opens 10th. Office next door Jo Government buiU Dear JtIr.E(U tor: YEAiB PER On next Monday morning Uncle Sam $1.00 Jng Richmond, Ky, I want, thank. ou for the kindly open iu this city at the posfofflce a WlADVAKOK things you have saidabout me in con- - will Postal Saving Bank, under the direction nectlon with the presidental nomination of Postmaster Wallace. Everybody is 1911 WEDNESDAY JXIiaV 5 and otherwise. While I am not a can-fttneccuor to Barrio A Uennr with this new idea of President and may never be, I con- well acquainted the department to enable the poorer sider it a great compliment to be thought Over State Baak & Trait Company to make a savings bank of the New. T3us. of ormentioned in that high connection classes TKIiEPHONB postoffice, as well as the rich. J. no ros- The .baejraKO and transfee firm of by my fellow citizens. system is established lor tne -- Kill T. r ..I,.., ntlnnnt,ni The victory of last November was tal savines - c.,.-Hicci s ice cream is delicious. Every. . r . hJwii ti. won on the fight that was made by the purpose of providing facilities for depos k... one talks about it. Any flavor made! . . ., ., . iting savings at tho intcres with the se driver, is. an smiles, , menmona jkis House Democrats against Cannonism, I to order nnd delivered promptly, , .. United States goverment . ., tf the Rules and the Payne Tariff Bill. curity of the Every person shouia I repayment. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone service than any other towitf in the That was a groat victory; we not only for secure a copy of tho rules and regulali-- J . and live stock insurance. tf State. elected a Democratic House, but car the postmaster governing this ried into office with us half a dozen ons from new system and get well acquainted Democratic Governors of Northern Railroad Chan&eS. . For You. with it. It is one of the greatest ' move I A. Rinrintnninnf ptns., of thfJ3 L. & - States. As a result of it the party ments ever inaugrated in this county - placed me in the most responsible posv When you knoiv any marriages, announces the following changes along for the benefit of the people in general births, deaths accidents, sale of that line: Mr. J. H. Marsh, who has tion it had to give. My duty is here, and Richmond should take advantage of , make-goodland, crop or stock, Church news or and been assistant , agent here to agent helping the House to what the government has placed at its lodge news, please telephone or write" promoted to the agency at am going to stay here as long as there is disposal. Powell, is . so wo can Jet people in Ida May. Mr Hugh Masters succeeds anything for me to do. In other words. other parts of the county know about Is your Skin On Fire. Mr. Marsh and Mr. Pleasant Lilly, of I am not going to neglect the work here it. We want clean news of every I Irvine, a son of Judge Lilly, alto takes a in order to run around the country after Docs it seem to you that you can't kind from everywhere. another office. I regard the record we stand another minute of that awful, position under agent Powell. are making in our Democratic House as burning itch? superb. We are busy carrying out our They're Here That it MUST be cooled? If you are going to have a party have nromises to the neoDlo and wo will con- That you MUST have relief? Ricci make your brick cream in that The first home grown tomatoes ap tinue on that line. Get a mixture of 'Oil ofWintergreen,. , u ki d delicious manner. tf pearedouthe local market last weok T k thins that soothing ingredients were very good quality.- - Growers vou sav about me and am dad to observe Thymel, and other Burnam's Insurance Agency. We and as comnounded only in D. D. D. say that the crop wjll be a good ono and .. . are plcased with the way the Prescription. insuro tobacco in the field. Rates there will be plenty by the fifteenth. tha TlnmnTais aro demonstrating ' cheap. t f The recent heavy rains brought the gar The very first drops STOP that aw- their capacity to run the House. They ful burning instantlyl can run all branches of the government Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur dens out all right. drops soothe and heal! ;...t oe Mif..ncfiill v if irtvpn thn nnnor- - The first D. givos yon Comfo- rtance. The very best old line Companie D. D. Ugly Charge. f, tuirity, and I believe the work of this cleanses the skin of all impurities and Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. Dflnutv Sherriff Sant P. Bush arrested i House will result in our . controlling washes awav nimples and blotches Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro A. H. Thomas lost Friday on a warrant them all after the next election. over night! ou will save 10 cents on every cenes. Sincerely yours, sworn out by Marign Kinnard, a fifteen Take our word on it as your local dollar. tf Champ Clark. year old girl. Both parties reside in druggist. Dan Breck, fire,, lightning, cyclone this city. Thomas is charged with de- Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today. Old Texas. i taining a woman against her will, out 4 At Stockton & Son. and live stock insurance. "Texas" Myers, who has been stoutly denied it when arrested ana de the Blue grass league for several in Kentucky Fair dates. clared it was done to injure him. His seasons, was tho lucky man at the ball For Sale. in tho county case will be tried The following are the dates fixed for park last Wednesday when he landed have a splendid carriage for sale, court. Thomas is a well known property one of Parke's fast inshoots and hit the holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as as reported: Brewster, in fine condition, It is a a de owner of the city. bis bull sten in right center. It was farVersailles. August o days. pot wagon, carry four or five people. It fifty dollars easily earned. In a few days. Lexington, August AH Happy. has both summer and winter side doors, days. Unionlown, August minutes he placed one over the fence pole and shafts. I also have a set of Vanceburg, August 9 ldays. Tho rural mail carriers of this county and won 75 packages of Bull Durham Lawrencebnrg, August 15 4 days. hand made carriage harness and a large qra roirilMnff nl'pr lllA trmrpASA that tdbacco. It was a lucky- - day fo: the Leitchfieled, August 15 i days. . gentle harness horse all of which I will . , Haines, of the Pioneer team fi mnnth player.. Burkesville, August 15 1 days. sell worth the money. Broadhead, Augst 103 days. Sometime ago Congress passed a bill also distinguished himself by putting Dr. Clarence H. Vaught. Fern Creek, August 16 I days. giving an-- increase of 8100 per year to all one over in the ninth inning for a home Shepherdsville, August 224 days. run. carriers having a standard route of 24 Paris, September 5 5 days. miles, This will give them $1,000 for Lancaster, July 263 days. Excursion. London, August 224 days. tho year's work. This increase will be The L & N will run an excursion to South Bound. Erlanger, August 224 days. the third one granted the carriers since 18th. The round Germanlown, August 213 days. Xo. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives the department was established in 1903. Mamoth Cave on July . Frankfort, August 294 days-trip will be 35.65 and the Timet on tick t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. original pay of the carrier was $000 ets will be ten days. The train will August 30 C days. The Somerset. Bardstown, August 304 days. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De per year. This was increased to $750 leave Richmond at 7;22 on the morning Monticello, September 5 1 days. years later and in 1907 to $900. two of the 18th nnd arive Louisville 12:35. parts 6:80 a. m. days. Alexandria, September days. Leave at 3 P. M. arrive at cave at 0;05 Mount Oliver, September No. 1. Louisville to Beatty villa days. Hodgenville, September, P.M. This is tho annual Begin at Once. Arrives 12:15 p. m. Departs 12:22 Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, excursion and a large crowd will no September 110 days. 87. Cincinnati to Knoxville. ArXo. Contractor Maltby, of the New York doubt take advantage of the low rates Horse Cave. September 201 days. rives 11:02 a. m. Departs 12:17 a. m firm that secured the contract for the an(i visit one of the seven wonders of Falmouth, September 274 days. Mayfield, September 374 days. No. 3!). Cincinnati to Jacksonville. erection of the lock and dam at Heidel-- 1 the world. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. berg, Lee County, on the Kentucky river was in the city last Thursday in confer No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via ence with Supt. Pates, of the L & A in Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. Special Excursion regard to the shipment of supplies to No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville & that point. He said that work would beArrives 0:55 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m gin at once on tho improvements wbicb No. 9. CincinnatKt Maysville to Stan- would cost over $300,000. The firm of Route ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs Mason & Hanger, of this city, were a N. O. & T. P. Ry. 7:?5 p. m. few thousand dollars above the New "Sapphire Country" York firm andiarely missed securing the In Connection With "Land of the Sky" North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives contract. Southern Railway The Ideal Vacation Spot and Departs 4:16 a. m. Took Part . No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 6:20 a. m. .Richmond was well represented at the Departs 0:25 a. m. Special train leaves Lexington 9 p. m., consisting of Pullman Drawing Association lust State Educational No. 2. Beattyville.to Louisville Room Sleeping Cars, Pullman Observation Cars and Modern Day Coaches, Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 a- - m week in Owcnsboro. Dr. Crabbu, Mi electrically lighted. Dining Cars serving all meals. Supt. Coates and Pro: No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via Partridge, Sharon, were all in attendance and were Low Round Rowland. Arrives 12:12 p. m. No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar prominently placed on the program at Ashville, N. C. $7:50 rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. caca session. The above four educators Hendersonville, N. C.) are widely known in the State and all No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives $8.50 educational gatherings their presence is Waynesville. N. C. ) 3:00 p. m. a signal for strained attention to hear $9.50 Lake Toxaway, N. C. No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives l:34p. m. Departs 1:36 p.m their remarks. The Owensbom MesPinal Limit to Return Until July 20, 1011 Coates, No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar senger has the following: "T.J. president of the Kentucky Educational Diverso Routo going direct and returning via Chattanooga (Lookout MounDeparts 5:16 p. m. rives and Privileges. tain), or vice versa, $1.50 additional. Liberal Stop-OvAssociation in session here, made a stateNo's 31, 37, 33, 27, 34, 28, 33, 32 are ment before that body last Tuesday For full information, booklet and sleeping car reservations, write Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, which is true every word of it. "In 4, daily Except Sunday. W. A. DECKLE R, Gen. Pass. Agent II. C. KING, P. and T. A. the rural school lies the salvation of the Ingalls Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio 101 E. Main, Lexington, Ky J. P. RUCKBR, Aot land," said he. "If it were not for tho : country people pouring into the cities Burnam's Insurance. Agency oldest the cities would destroy themselves." and best companies represented. Phone The development of the rural schools of 707. t f Kentucky should be the battle cry in ever' county in the State. II -1 m cum P UTflNGCO amor fiWrilimeresttpg teiief to Climax thorikjrig it for nce . things said. Determination Sale Continued to Monday, July 31st This has been the greatest sale ever held in Richmond. We have placed the entire stock-o-n sale in the very heart of the buying season. We are forced to slaugter standard goods of world wide reputation at a mere fraction of their true worth. 1,000 R. Emmett Million or Suits for Men, Young Men and Boys This season's latest styles in all the new shades of tan, DENTIST 1 to pick, from. blue4 gray and brown, sizes 33 to 48 1 CASH TO ONE AND ALL NOTHING CHARGED AT DETERMINATION PRICES We have them in stouts, slims and regulars. their true worth. at one-half Boys suits, ages 6 to 17, r, than Prices Cut Deeper ever Look For The Yellow Banner before in a determined effort to unload Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fornishings J. MID-SUMME- R S. STANIFER Home of Good Clothes ft 7 Richmond, Ky t-- Corner Main and Second Streets to-d- 76 85 L. & R Time Table Mid-nigh- Mammoth Cave 5.65 Round Trip From and AH Way Stations Regular Train 7:22 A. M. VACATION TO Tuesday Richmond July 18 s ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50. This includes your board and One evening for a promenade or dance to the several routes in the Cave. ad-missi- on mid-summ- er 55 51 53 A Grand James & Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services areineed-ed- . Three-Day- Outing- - Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Agent Queen Crescent to ' C Asheville, N. C. Moved I WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, '11 Trip Fares represent iron " bound reInsurance Companies member this. "We Grocery & Meat . to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we "will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My IVIarket Lexington to J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky . er IT IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITn D. R Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD For Rent. Why Suffer ? Are you one of the thousands of women wKo suffer from female ailments ? If so, don't be discouraged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions for use. During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy for pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contams no harniful ingredients and can be depended on in almost any case. Store room on A. Dobrowsky. First St. Apply to 2tf Honest Medicines Versus Fakes. President Taft's recent messago suggesting an ammendment to tho Pure Food and Drugs Jaw in its relation to Prepared Medicines does not refer to such standard medicines as Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and Foloy Kidney Pills, both of which are true medicines carefully compounded of ingredients whose medical qualities are recognized by tho medical profession itself as the best known remedial agent for the disease they aro intended to For over three deiades counteract. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has been a standard remedy for coughs, colds and affections of tho throat, chest, and lungs for children and for grown persons, and it retains today its preeminence above all other preparations of its kind. Foloy Kidney Pills are equally effective and meritorious Stockton & Son. Brick f6rSale A few thousand old 2-- tf brick for sale. D. King & Son. J. for storage. W. W. Droaddusi&Co., have excellent facilities wheat. Bring in your 2-- tf Announcements FOR REPRFSENTATIVE We are authorized to announce L. B Herringlon & candidate for to tho office of Representative, subject to tne action or the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF Democratic pan We ore authoiized to announce JOHN E. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Nad-iaocounty, subject to the action of the .Democratic party. We are authorized to announce N. B. JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce II. II. LULYh.KH candidate tor Sheriff of IIadl son county. Btibjectto the action of the Democratic party. We are hereby authorized to announce VAN It. BENTON a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County, suojeet to .the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTi ATTORNEY I IWe are authorized to announce R. II. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of' the Democratic n I Going to Build? I I I I I I I I H I t 11 4arryM Blanton, DENTIST Lumber Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR J. R.PARKE Irvine Street Telephone 39 H. G. DOTY, SURVEYOR sollcage of those its patron needing services of a competent man. Address; RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. GSEENLEAF & HERRINGT0N HQi-i- n Near mm mm I H Telephone 425 The Climax $1,00 CARDUI It Will Help You I : Lawyers Office in'Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street We a re authorized to announce ELMER DEATIIERAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Nodieoo WHictv. subject to the action of L & A. Depot J 34 Card Hit. Charles Brairff. of.Sweetser, Ind., tried Cardui. She irritei: "Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me. Before I began taking Cardui I could not do a das Trork. I shall always give praise to your irould work awhile end lie down. dicine." Try Cardui. AT ALL DKTTGfr STORES larty, Betsy's Pointers a woman, who had with good sense but beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces Oght up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at "I have never seen Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Pealing $)epfeoe 62 Opera House Building county, subject to the action pi the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce Win. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to Uie action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER Wfnrp nuthorized toannounceMORGAN TAYLOR axandidateforjallerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND o candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. J ARHAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county suojecnoiue action oi me Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK Wf are authorised to ABOOUBCe L&'XueC House a candidate for Cftty Clerk of Madison county, subject to the action of Democratic SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We ore authorized to announce BENJA MIN F. EDWARDS. o candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison Tha people of Scaffold . Cain, Rockcastle county, Ky., aro deeply grateful Stiff Fight to tho people of Richmond and Madison county for their generous help rendered Iub" Dawson, a former star with us through, tho kindness of Mrs. I). G. pioneer base ball team, now witn Martin. Your generosity has cnafcled neapolls was given a. fine of $100 In us to secure a comfortable and ir(uch bgistrates court in bu t'aut last needed house of worship. Each', in k. The case grew out.of an attempt dividual of us wish to express jour Dawson to throw a negro rooter out thanks and appreciation of your l?jnd-Sh- e stand who had sid something ncss. Bro. Wm. Crutcher and BrO L.sonallo tho big catcher. The negro H. Renolds were kind enough to giv us eived a badly bruised head the result their help and encouragement on ahojsover'al swats of a bat. Bro. Remlds: day of tho dedication. TWO Winners. preaching the sermon for which wo so n ,no athletic events at tho Kentucky wish publicly (o thank them. Wo thank the children of tho Baptist S.Un- - U Association .held at Cerulean day school at Richmond for tho s)ng Llngs soverfti days ago. Messrs Clar-boocontributed to our Sundaschiidl. L Wooiis and A. D. Miller won easily Respt. (no5r respCC,tive classes . In the back- ocouoia wain wiurcn. to bo ono of the most Kd ks -i 7 opp. Qpurt House The Home is Not Complete Without a Thanks. Brown Kelley, Clays Ferry Verna Million, Newby Ethel Lisle, Boonesboro Nannie Dnnn, Boonesboro Susan Yates, Crookesville. The following colored applicants were successful and will be given their .lfnlnmns on next Friday. 10 A. M., the fifth day of the Colored Institute. Their names and schools are; Bessie Kennedy. Kirksville; Ora Robinson, Waco and Bertha Chonault, Morris Chapel. Attobnkyat-La.- , KENTUCKY. & te REFRIGERATOR and Above AH a- rflOTMOND, flSce - First-cla- ss over State Bank Trust Co., Court House, on Main Street. One and every owner We keep thebest one on the market will testify to its great worth, H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Themam secret in this one is its cork lining:. Cork is acknowledged by scientists to be tbe best of heat, and the manner in which it is used ki this Rt- non-conductor Old Timer. Col. Ned Durbin. formerly of this county, now of Bloomington, mu., is tn tha countv for a short visit to relatives in the county. Col. Durbin was in the Confederate army with the 8th Kv. Vol. Inf.,and was known as the rfiamDion flfer. He had his favorite fife with him Monday and gave an ex hlbltlottof his skill on the streets to many of his old time friends. He left here twenty years ago. lie formerly lived near. Rice Station. Specialty. Office in Bank Building. Dr. Robt C. Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 partr elected the following omcers jast, i5d.L MillerdistancedalUhe younger men neaday to serve during the ensu hg Ki.rowin" the baso ball. Ho watched year; Sachem, wm. Msrcum; senior L p!one8r fielders Beveral'days before . Sagamore, O. P. Jackson; Junior Sat oeruloan and caught on to the more, W. TO. Newsom; rropttet Aalnppy j Barnard Kunk and Captain of DeKfem tho deep field to the home plate in team James vtagers. i.no minor orao&s i,.inft, olT rUQnors. and soon oftught 11 are named by tbe Sachem and they Lj, mtlc practice. His record, w be tren out at the next . meeting. We. Lmetllintr like 100 yards."1 James Wagers has been Captain of tita r ' fire, lightning, Pvo1oe Decree Team for tbe put live Tears and U popular Uit no opposition ki M livestock insurance. ever towfeptf to hi candidacy. a-- J. i v V L,is Officers Ejected. went fifty yards in remarkably Floating Canoe Tribe or Red Jfcni, ,1m nml won ahandsomo trophy, . II1P1 II HVPl ItLLCUIUtVUi Office In Oldham Building Dr. C Graduate McKIIHppV te la ol Chicago. 1 1 H. Mainhart CCllcge frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously hw figure. Come in and let us show you. Its wortjh yowr wlwle : Veterinary Surgeon o ;tj j , Right in your busiest Jseason when Offiee at J. R. Azbill's Stable vott have the least lime to spare you fOcePhes9eif likely to jtako diarrhoea and Rtoamead, Ky jire most Ke. Phone 5& lrvca cAvarni (lavs1 time, unless vou nave nhamberllaa's Colic Cholera and Foe Sale. Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and taka a of th .1 ... ! .,. aTMmrance tj i nui-- n t,.. II t disease. For sal by stocitton I l'0 . . v D. B, TtUtJx 33 Shackelford lltrf ! G. $fcM w' h stove W ' I V if i Hl . "".' ,. - t .a 1 2E3L 93 9& .1JLC.S.ii?r,i. ,1 -- 5"'" tfE""i - ..7 'w V"'i.,f!S-?-ip-.''--- - V - - JTL JSC - 1 -f 1 k f" t When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable, t is difficult for' most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishing ,. at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly 3'our home becomes attractive with mew things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every No Let Up On Price Cutting spring. Try It A Suits Never before have weMsofe of them left ' , Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now.- itsl never, before had we so many to sell, and there are still hundreds Mndid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and m fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky BENNETT and Beautiful grays", blagSggPa HiGG I N S UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Richmond, Ky BWg. OiJham That good ice croam at Riccl's tf regulars models to' fit all mipir big lots as follows Lost Divided into four Pocketbook containing $29.00 between the Summit and Third St. Liberal reward if returned totJiisofllcc. Coin is in gold and bills. 1t L 00 J 11 50 snton For Sale. $1.00 Some extra fine seed wheat at per bushel. Agency writes all Burnam's Insurance R. 3-- tf Last week in Louisville while twirling for the Beattyvllle team. "White the Irvine pitcher tried out by Richmond, let the hard hitting Veribest team of the Louisville Oity League,down with one hit. White was never given a good Burnam"s Insurance Agency, Douglas, trial here and should ixs called back. smmons & Dealherage Building:. Phone He has good curves and plenty of speed. Dan Breck, Are, lightning, cyclone tf and live stock insurance. Order one of those juicy steaks from ( ulton Phone 125. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions. Others tf uo and why not you. P. McCord & Son, Red House, Ky. Pitched Well our finest Kenton Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weavestailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 ' slaughtered now for $ 5 All Hand-made- ;: 1 ake unlimit--1 at $18 to Hand-,o- r 10.M Honest values at $ 15, $ 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from 1 7M Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to $1250 slaughtered at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices 1 1 " h if carried any man. ;ey? but the No man can invest his dollars' an buying his clothing now at these prices Hurt Albert Hurt, for many years employed at the J. W. Zaring Mill, died Sunday at his home on Estill Ave. after a SeeW. W. Broaddus & Co. for all lingering illness of Consumption. Hurt 2--t f k i nds of storage. was a hard worker and stood high with his employers. He leaves a wife. FunFor Rent eral services were conducted Monday New 2 story ? room frame house on Afternoon at the home by Rev. Logsden Walnut St., bath room and sink good and burial followed in Richmond ceme neighborhood. Apply to, tery. 51 f f W. D. Oldham Dry Goods Store uiiiuru L-- Cuban Club, 10c Cuban Star, 5c L J Reason for selling, don't Fovrth of July picnic at Winston, Etill Co. A notable feature of the occasion A. D. and C. D. Miller was that the Blue and the Gray were Lexington Pike Phone 224 alike invited and made welcome. They 3-mingled s brothers, like the brave men they were on both sides in the war. A Next 'Sunday. large crowd was in attendance and a The next excursion to Cincinnati will general good time was had. Adjutant be run on Sunday the 9tb via the . &N. Tharp is always alive to the betterment, Special train leaves Richmoo-- l at C:40 the welfare and the enjoyment of his and returning leaves CinoinrwrtJ at 7 P.3L. neighbors and frieds whom he numbers The Zoo, Coney Island, Ch ester Park by the thousand. and other resorts are open. drives him. need him. Family Horse for Sale. Adjutant A. J- - Tharp of G. A. R. lientle, not afraid of anything, a child rjnze was the moving spirt in the Picnic at Winston Covington and Banks i i i Mat Won Excellent. at the opera and house there will be excellent attractions, in addition to special serines in moving pictures. May and Ray's Great Doll acts and "Bill" Jones the versatile comedian. Dont miss seeing them. To-nig- Hicks. A feature of the sessions will be the singing, under tho direction of Kich- mond's talented musician. Miss llary Traynor. Solos, duets, quartets and Motoring choir selections have been arranged. Friends in this city have received anThis part or the program is oxpected to the marriage of Mr. David nouncement Frank H. Self, Editor of The Republiattract many visitors. Bergman, the wealthy merchant of can. Corydon Ind., and a party of friend As the schools in this county arc to Irvine to Miss Mary Rice of Western visited Richmond yesterday in a motor ' begin earlier this year, the institute has Kentucky. The Wedding tool; place last car and enjoyed several hours seeing been placed as tho first week of tho week at the home of the bride. the sights of the oity. Among the High Honor. Ware term. The teachers will thus take up 1 .laces of interest visited was the Climax Rev. Dr. Charles Scanlon. of Pitts- their duties in the school room on MonMillers-Mee- t received Monday at noon ottice. A tel.ecrram burg, a brother of Dr. I). .II. Scanlon, of day, the 17th, just following the hv Mrefi. tt. Vaueht announced the Mr. Allen Zaring was one of tho this city, lias just had a very high hon- institute, which will give them an dMib of her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth prominent members of tho Central Ken Big Purchase. or conferred on him by Presidont Taft xcellent opportunity to readily apply morning at Ware whic'h occured that Bi f tmumr tuclyr Miljers Association was present and tho Pittsburg Dispatch has the the i fresh knowledge gained tho pre Joseph Bales, the best known cattle her homo at Trenton. Todd county. last week at the annual meeting of this following: ceding week. buer in the State purchased, in Boyle Deceased Iwa the relict of Charles W. organization in Lexington last week. Rev. Charles Scanlon of Pittsburg, county Monday about the choicest COLORED INSTITUTE. most substantial and joint Ware, one of tho There were a number of talks general ' secrotary of the Permanent bunch of fat cattle seen in the Bluegrass The Colored Teachers of the county of that county and a pioneer resi- discussions by leading members of the Committee on Temperanco of the Genthis season. There were 250 head purare holding their annual institute this dent. Mrs. Ware had beenjn poor health association, one of the most important eral Assembly of the Presbyterian chased from Hood Worthing ton and Long Ago A. M. E. church for sometime. topics being "How to Improve the church, yesterday received his formal' week in the Colored tJentry Bros. The average weight will ""Frank Mrs. Vaugnt was Quality and Yield of Wheat in Ken with Prof. P. W. Jones, of the On account of illness Col Perry, of the Winchester Sun-Se- n 1 Died appointment from President William II. 'Sound Banks. reach 1,500 and the price was $0.25. unable to attend the funeral which toon n.W with snecial reference to the Improved . ..-17 Taft as one of tho 12 American dele- fort Normal school, of 'as Instructor. tinel who is probably twenty years older Three bands of the oity declared their Remaining place Tuesday afternoon. Madison county than any of his friends could place his Tho colored teachers territory embraced in the Central Ken 3 gates to the International Congress oh New Real Estate Firm dividend lost Fri will rank with any in the state and ago in ono guess, "dug up" a very inter- regular Association. tucky Millers' Alcholism, to bo held at The Hague, Music Teachers. Messers Jas. B. Walker, Jesse Cobb their Institute always proves intensely esting game of ball played away back day and also passed a neat sum to the A Promotion. Holland, September 11 to 10. The sing- in the sixties, when Richmond walloped surplus. The State Bank and Trust Dan Breck,- - fire, lightning, cyclone reach nearly 30,000 in tho primary and and Tandy Eads have formed a partnerrecent meeting of the Board oi At a Rov. Scanlon is the only Pennslyvn- - interesting and instructive. Manager H. H. Floyd, who has been tf will go equally that muah in tho gen paid 3 per cent on Us capital stock and ing, especially, is of the highest order. ship and will engage in the real estate Education, Misses May James and Mat- - and live stock. Winchester. Col. Perry says: nian to bo appointed His associate delepassed $2000 to the surplus fund. The m oharge of the local exefcanga foe the business. They have opened offices in aie Elder were elected to the position of Mr. McGreary is eral election. With DIPLOMAS. gates are: E. C. Dinwiddio and E. C. In July, 1SC7, the Winchester Baseball Southern National Bank also paid 3 per East Tennessee Telenhenq CoaipaBjf, Judge Is Busy. the new Gibson building on Main St. music teachers at Caldwell High school the following strong"ticket: Supt. Noland announces that on next team, challenged and played the Rich- cent, and passed the same amount to has been traitserred to ineTe re tvn Cherrington, Ohio; S. E. Nicholson, In and are now ready for business and will to fill the vacancy caused by the resignaFor Lieutenant Governor E. J. Mc- - diana; 51. M. Clements, New lork; Friday week, the 14th, tho diplomas mond, team at Richmond. The Win-boy- s M. " Tudce John C. Chenault, as President its surplus. This bunk has also speot office and took charge The handle every thing in the commission tion of Miss Florence Rogers. Dermott, of Louisville. Judge W. J. Pollard, Missouri; Mrs. L. will bo awarded tho successful appli went over in grand style with several thousand del tars the past year Floyd has been here for thp, past) Ifere Allnlte Coal .to ljumoer oo., nas line. The Climax extends its best For State Treasurer. Thomas G. M. N. Stevens, national president of the cants tor County High school admit music aniTbanners flying, confident of a above mentioned young women will, of the ooomiinirlv busv the past wecK i for repairs and fa enjoying an excellent years and has made the Compaajj; an hare charge of all of the public school signing bonds of the Co., which was re- Rhea, of Logan. W. C. T. U., Maine; Mrs. Edith S, tance. The following are the names splendid victory. Thero Was an im- - business. The Citizens bank paid 3 per excellent ofhetaL The operating force, selection is indeed a Laffoyn, of Hop music and their For Auditor, Ruby is one of Davis. Wisconsin; Dr. D. A. Ellsworth, of the white pupils and their school; menso crowd witnessed the game. Tho cent dividend and passed 31,000 to its especially, are grieved to see Mr. Pkyd They cently organized. The issue wise one on the part of the Board. kins. Francis Wharton. Valley View. Massachusetts, Fathor P. F. O'Calla score stood S? to 35 in favor of Richmond surplus.. The Madison National bank leave, as he is one of the most pepniar the largest ever maue in mis secuon. For Attornoy General, JamesGar glian and James It. Shields, Illinois, and are capable and finished musicians, George Park, Estill Station, of $1,000 each, The star performers were Jas. W. Poyn-te- r wiH declare Its dividend on and best liked of Manager, who has There are five hundred being accomplished both as pianists and Russell Million, Newby Prof. P. J. Lennox. Ohio. and J. D. Slnpson. mortgage sinking fund gold bonds. nett, oi Auair. Septembor first. Financial institutions ever been here, by those under Mm. Arc the largest ord vocalists and are thoroughly aquainted first F. Cre- For Secrotary- - of Stato, 0. Talbert Jenkins, Newby Although tho coming congress will be Treasurer of the company, Jolin n.. inThis was the first match game plyacd are few and far between, that rank Hi leaving Riohmead will also be re er buyers oi cattle, hogs, shee;p, with the pnblic school methods of are Lvnch. of Pittsburg, arnveu in men- - celius, of Pendleton. Luther Jenkins Newby tho thirteenth, this is the first time that gretted by many friends. with the local banks. by the Winchester Club. James and Elder .Misses For Superintendent of Public In Congress has appropriated tho expenses Alfred Williams, Greens Chapel or mond the first part of the week and lie struction, Barksdale Iambs, and calves at the Cin- struction. of llatnlett, both Richmond girls, daughters Kate Bales Smith, Estill Station Chenault have been looking for tho American delegation and quali cinnati Union Stock Yards. prominent citizens and they are receiv- and Judge company, wmcn Christian. Elizabeth Tudor, Green's Chapel fied the President to make the appoint' over the property ot the congratulations of hosts For Commissioner of Agriculture, Mary Jesse, Clays Ferry Jackson and Kockcastie monts. Rev. Scanlon was a delegate Consign your stock to them ing the hearty is situated in Y. Newman, of Woodford. . of friends. Anna Deatherage, Green.s Chapel to the same congress in London, Eng counties. There are about 11, 000 acres and get the highest market Appeals; R. L. of Court hams just received a ; Bertley Parks, Clays Ferry land, two years ago. At that time 2G imhr and minerals and the For ClerkFranklin. of . Greene, of it.thbrough prices. Culton's. Ota Young, Baldwin school company intends to develop naiioiistworo renresented by more than Turley Noland, Green's Chapel l.OOO.dolcgafes. Norris Here. lv Judce Chenault and Mr. Lynch y aueea oi irusiw Brown Kelley, Clays Ferry filed W. S. Norris. a Madison county man Stiff Fight Verna Million, Newby secure the payment of the bonds. who has for many years been Indenti 'Hub" Dawson, a former lar with Eihel Lisle, Boonesboro with the Uujon Stock Yards of lied team, now with Nannio Dunn, Boonesboro Season Closes. Cincinnati was in town Monday.shakimr tho Piorfeer baso ball fine ot $100 in Susan Yates, Crookesville. with his many friends and paid Minneapolis was given a hands The last game of the present Blue- - the Climax office a call. He Is now a a Magistrates court In St. Paul last The following colored applicants J, B. Stoutferhas reopened a first class shop. Suits made grass league season will be played this ot the firm of C. C. Seal & Co., week. The case grew out of an attempt were successful and will be given their member For Over afternoon on the local lot be'.ween uio by Dawson to throw a negro rooter out di'nlomas on next Friday. 10 A. M., the to ordermade at home by experiened Tailors. r ..inirinn cnlu nnd the Pioneers. The and has an advertisement in this issue of lljo stand who had sihl something uc.'-e., fifth day of the Colored Institute. which he wishes all stock of the Climax One Five feet Milwaukee Mower, 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by second season will begin on j.nurs personal to tho big catchor. The negro Their names and schools are; Bessie men to read. One Steel Rake day (tomorrow) when Mayivil.e wil the result Kennedy, Kirksville; Ora Robihson, received a badly bruised head Tailors. cross bats with the local team. Rica Heavy Loss. of several swats of a bat. Waco and Bertha Chenault, Norris One Three Wheel Sweep Rake, mond lias been greatly strengthenedt. Chapel. machines. W. B. Barker, a most estimable George Marischen, Cutter 2 re all new A lot of repairs for these machines. Two Winners. and will begin tho now season wmi citizen living about four miles beyottl Manager determination. renewed One six hnrse mw?r Hatran Gasoline En fitfne. Old Timer. In the athletio events at the Kentucky Dreyfus neighborhood, hajl fine Motor, nicnn hns .one or two new players In Kingston in to have his house and Press Association .held at Cerulean der Gasoline " One the misfortune Tvrle Col. Ned Durbln. formerly of this and he and the Directors are de siht of its contents, destroyed Springs several days ago, Messrs ClarOne fourteen horse oower Four Cvcle Tw to Cylinder Gaso termined to put a winning team in this nearly all Tuesday night of last week ence Woods and A. D. Miller won'casily county, now of Bloom ington, Ind., Is by fire on In the county for a short visit to uicnnionu uu inajcu P.ison line fJlntnr He had no insurance 4and saved only in their respective clashes. Irvtho back 'relatives in the county. Col. Durbln hall this vear but it seems as u tne " most of chair and was in the Confederate army with the These motors are just the thine far motor oats etc., The en hoodoo has been with them. In fact one bed, afew clothes.a small trunk coof ward race, said to b6 ono Mr. the Clarence difficult over attempted, 8tli Ky. Vol. Inf.,and wasknown as the cinirfnrt fcns also had a hoodoo, lor talning a gines have been used but are as good as new, Loss between a thousand and" twelve WoqiJs went fifty yards in remarkably champion fifer. no had his favorite team Is a cood one and has three o Jast time and won a handsome trophy fife with him Monday and gave an ex Alss have 100 satiares Ptibber Rcofinr one, tw'o and three ply thatbest Ditchers in the league. Lex hundred dollars. i Mr. Millerdistaneed all tho younger men hibition of his skill on the streets to square. And tnptnn should not bo occupying ina whichl will sell for $1.35, and $1.65, p Saved Her. Ho watched In throwing tho baseball. manv of his old time irieDds. He left nmition orf form, for there are only one large power nowCutting Box. Miss Anna Mao Walker came vefy the Plonosr fielders several'days before here twenty years ago. He formerly one or two real live players onuie ieau. drowning last Wednesday, whije going to Cerulean and caught on to the lived near Rice Station. The Pioneers have never experienced near enjoying tho waters of Silver creek tjt easy swing bv which they whip tho ball miihl. In defeating the colts, . Right In your busiest Reason when Hume distillery with a party if from the deep. field to the home plate In Watch the Pioneers this coming season, the old young folks. .lust below the dam the cutting off runners, arid soon caught on you have the least 'time to spare you Maysvllle whiah begins Thursday. most likely to take diarrhoea and Is deepand the young lady Veu with a little practice. His record- - was are several days' time, unless you have lose has a strong leara and will make a good water too far. Mr. Hugh Casaldi something llko 100 yards. tured out Colic, Cholera Chamberlla' S; showlne from now on. There Is not hand and take pulled h TiinrrhoM Siatdv MLkr Loam In the league now and all was fortunately close by and Dan Breo. fire, lightning, cyokiw deae on the in sjdmimm of th .... a tti itrr r f It was a very narrator and live sleek insurance. tf 1mm. For sate by Stoskton & Sop, JiermwMM to r six jaanagef Prop - .. WP penaBt this time. V. cit-ze-.semi-annual At her home on Laurel street Mondao evening, Mrs. Eliza Hicks passed away after a lingering illness lasting five years or months. She was thirty-thre- e uge and the wife of Herman Hicks, of t.his city. Deceased was a native of Clark county, her maiden name being Her husband only, M Ass Eliza Johnson. The funeral services were survives. conducted by Rev. G. W. Shepherd, of Winchester, Tuesday afternoon and burial allowed in the Richmond ceme tery. At the Columbus Horse Show last Mrs. week. Kentucky's Choice owned by Danville, won the Ran Away From His OppoR. T. Lowndes, ot $500 Campbell stake and Kathenne nent in Democrat Sheridan took the blue ribbon in tho Primary. walk trot class, while Reolatta, aiso owneH by Mrs. Lowndes, won the roau won class. Mr. Mat Cohen's horses also The above likeness is familiar to every blue ribbons. man, woman and child in the Stato of Kentucky, and he has been honored Hot again with tho highest office in tho gift The hot weather ot the year struck of the Democracy of the State, and tho Richmond Sunday and the thermometer poopleof Kentucky will likewise honor registered as high as ninety sis. No him at the General election in Novemfatalities are reported from this excess- ber. No man, within tho ranks of any ive heat, but there were many prostra party, can defeat him, because he is tho tions reported from different pans 01 people's candidate and represents a the county. Tho mercury remained at "government of the people by the people the ton notch until Monday afternoon. land for the people" His majority wijl There was positively no humidity, in the air, which caused much suffering. Hon Jas. B. McCreary Negro Girl Shot lo Death While Return ing From Dance. Will Teachers. Gether Here Next Week For Annual Institute. Taylor. News has been" received here of the death of Ira W. Taylor, which occurred at Indianapolis several days ago. He was sixty three years of age and lived in Madison county until he was thirty, when he moved to Indiana, and has resided for a long time near Shelbyville. Deceased was a brother of Pendleton Taylor, of this county and a cousin of Messrs C. A Taylor and J. O. Taylor. Mrs. Thomas Williams, of Fox town, is a sister. Tho Shelbyville (Ind) News says. Mr. Taylor was born In Kentucky and lived in that stato till he was thirty years old. Tho rest ef his life was spent as a resident of this state. For tho past twenty years he had been a resident of this oity. Be fore coming here he followed tho occupation of a farmer, in the later year? of his life ho was an engineer. He was married August 1. IStSti. to Miss Floronce Fry, of Van Buren township, and the union was a most happy one. n the death of Mr. Taylor his wife has lost a kindhearted companion and the children an indulgent father Mr. Taylor was a member of tho Main street M. E. church and was always active in the church work. Ho served as super intendent of the Sunday school and as a teacher of tho bible class, belmr zealous Bible student. He had been at Indianapolis for the past eighteen months." Jumped Us. Tho County Instituto for the white Pattie Harris, colored, sixteen year teachers of the county will convene old daughter of Tom Harris, living at horo next week, beginning the 10th, the old toll house on the Lancaster pike Monday morning. The sessiocs will was shot and instantly killed this morn be held in the new auditorium at the ing at about 2 o'clock. She had been to High School building and Prof. T. J. a dance and was returning home in com Coatcs will bo the Instructor. Tho pany with a young colored man r.amcd Institute is under tho Direction of Lewis. When within about a hundred Superintendent ' John Noland, of the yards of home a man rodo up on horso back and shot her. She fell and died at onoc. I.owis wont to her tatners nouso and gavo the alarm. From th e description given of the murderer a colored man of that neighborhood was suspected investigation it was fonnd that he had gone away on an excursion and could not have been present at the time the deed fras commitcd. Lewis was hold by tho police but judging from his actions aud his character it is not believed he is at all implicated. Pounty Schools who has worked exceed ingly hard tho past two weeks to make this institute a little better than Williams, the left bander secured from the Winchester learn in exebaage for Wills, has jumped and goae to his home in Louisville. He reported here Wst week but his wife persuaded him From April 1, 1911, to Jdvr 1, to quit base ball and return heme. 1911. Wills Has been oh the slump for seme-tim- e and the management oonahideU it beat to let him go. He has pitahed one game for Winchester and was Balance m tamd April 1, Wil 1 knocked out of the box by Frankfort. Mefley Irani pn patunto. Memberships i Its Great City mwty If the oil had just been oh a men4h Bniertatamcnia sooner, what a great benefit it weukl Donations have been. There is nothing equal Campaign money it to ta it. The dusty days of May never have bee known and if the same Tntel UJM U. conditions exist next spring, the Vinf unotuous liquid will be spread by the fc Balnitea , first of May. The oemmiUee worked DISVURSiCMBNTS hard for an early appNeation, but the subscriptions were slew oomfog in. Nurse's snWkss. 3 47( 75 Eatables an4 456 10 Going Up. Light 38 it 23 3 KentuoKy's school per capita will be Drugs I 'olABAUkBil II 55 a little higher this year than ever before 17 15 according le Auditor Frank P. James, Water and gas. 47 49 Laundry . wha claims it will ga to $4.15. The m i; present per capm is 91 but in same Mtko 73 90 Improvements counties where the deg tax brings in a per capita gees higher, as neat sum the .31.211 SO Total the money eellected from the deg tax 284 days goes to the schools in the county where No. of paypatfenta 37 days it is collected The straight per capita No. of eeeMy paiienfcr.. 34 day ot the whole for the sehool children Slate has neyer been higher than 30 Total 353das was the amount for last year. 11 Recovered . Report of Pattie A. Clay Infirmary wid "jtsT G C Seal & Co all-arou- nd semi-annu- al tf ForSale To Make Room on to-ua- New Tailoring Shop Plumbing Goods " " Tm ToCvlin Also large Hats, price. of ready made Clothing, and Furnishing Goods at reduced t $U5, J.B. ST0UFFER 222est Main Street, All this material muslt be sold at once. Call or Flhone EiM Ming Streets Msg Corner B. It Water Cwuy Hr diH,uin.u 1 t a4 I ngjjnjjgnjjngn ' . Ladies' Low Guls iAU MUD, fiHHU FOR W1 aur strap in patent leather and viol kM. ako velvets. All "IiadcHire" low cuts iwu, luree Hnu the latest-style- s In law tints. men alffcH Mitt! I I $250, and $3 Other prades'Sl 80 ?I.T50 ami R. & G. Corsets Our Boys' Clothing Stock is entirely loo largo and ia- - order this stock wo. will make Record " Breaking low prices ..$7.09- All $10.00 and $12.50 Boys' Suits " 7.50 and 0.00 H.O0 and T OO "' .0S 5.00 Beys' Suits .., . xnher good Suits very cheap .t i Men's Soft Collars, 15 cents So manv of the ills of women are Pepsin. It is woman's due to habitual constipation, probably tivi. You will flad that because of their false modesty on the aiyay with salts, strong cathartics, subject, that their attention cannot tfe eici, which are entirely tut suited to too strongly called to the importance woman's requirements. of keeping: the bowels open. It is ts Ivfrs. Katherine Haberstroh of always important to do that, regardRocks, Pa., and Mrs. A- - E. Her-ric- k less of the sex, but it is especially of Wheeler, Mich., who was important in women. paralyzed in her stomach and " begins to bowels, are-noFrom the time the cm by the ceases this remedy.,, A cured sample use of menstruate until mentsruation bottle free she has always vastly better prospects caji be obtained by addressing; Dr. healthy if she Caldwell, and after you are convinced of coming through watches her bowel movements. If you ofjjits merits buy it of your druggist find vourself constipated, with bad fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. breath, pimply complexion", headaches, at por the free sample address Dr. W. belching 'gas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take IL Caldwell 402 Caldwell building. a. small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup M&nticello, ill, For Salo by STOCKTON'S DRUG STQltE Mc-!Ki- fvrit lxi- you caa do J jst t j Suppose you were judged hy you Say, how how would you stand? You get proper footing always at our big store "-The 'A 6 6 d 6 i 6 Two Resorts. Estill Springs and the Popular Crab Orchard are now open in full blast for stynmer tourists, and those seeking rest innu pleasure at well known watering "places. Kentucky is croud of the two noted place?, cspecially-th- e Central and Eastern parts of "tho state. Both Kiddle, of Estill and Uncle Joe .Willis, of Crab Orchard, are expecting ,a, banner season. Mr. Riddle was In ..Richmond Wednesday and said ho had 'engaged the famous orchestra for this , jsoason, the same aggregation of musici ans that played last year. Madison I county peoplo are beginning to seek these places for stays of from dne to three weeks during the summer months. For summer diaarhorea in children always Colio, give Chamborlian's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and 'Castor oil, and a speedy cure U certain. , For salo by Stockton &. Son. Man-jagors i t Sclhoss- Baltimore Clothes Clothes Beautiful" t t Same Snappy Summery Styles MEN, drop in andlet " CLOTHES "Wundor Hose' guaranteed to wear 4 pairs in box 1 I months How U toll baa rtolfcM aMigato yeurseif a bit by taking advantage of this offer. nf Inrriinr Yoa "OliaTaa Ctortioi " are among tte very ftaest examples of clothes in America. Tbor are bono' --tailored and node from perfect fabrics. We'll be glad to tell you vow ill art for clothes who gots htMtilw) th mm wbo spends She most mono; before you can spend Yw Imv to know Ubnc. style and tailoring summer, how Why mot mint i4ieeslr. tailoring? learn now, thisput you through to judge a series We're ready to 4a't $ a Box Our entire stock of Millinery the regular price at One-hal- f McCall July Magazine, 5cj 3 Palm Leaf" Fams, 5c Matting Rugs, 26x72, 48c ' - An Honor. President J. B. Cassiday, of Madison i Institute, had a very signal honor con ferred on him last week by Washington x Jefferson college, of Pennsylvania, one of the oldest Institutions of learn ing in tho country. He was one of a Tew to receive tho Degree of L. L. D.. President Cassiday is a membor of the Class of '85, which held a bhr reunion Jlast week, tho first since It was graduat ed. )nV.II!..- -j "fJnnoralK. ucuuiAicu r years. ; Had Sick he.lil.irVinc lnnt-- iur nml,u: rwas worn-ou- t and n rnn.Hnn n,..! QOCK lilOOd Hitters mn o wall woman, jars. Unas. Freitory, Moos up, Conn. .o m.-ul- n aooM 4mm aad we'll not embarrass yo by making you feel as though you had Gritfoa Ctotbas are all wool, lit enter io reaucc our siobk in ; aad Smmrnoc Gritfoa Sniu. we make the followteg prioes: $U.9S IS and Sa Suite now H2AS I5 d $!. Suite now 0.03 IU.M and $13.59 Suite now j McCall Pattern No, 4107 Price, IS cenli A CHARMING COSTUME show you the "Cart" last called our "Albion." ; Just the thing for your tired, feet Has a snappy toet 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 yet they will next year, though us, a 6 e Offered for Inspection by MEN'S STRrW HATS We are making front Reductions en Men's Straw Hate rhapor in bard and soft straw. abo a niee line of Panamas all the new GENTS' ATHLECT1C UNDERWEAR No Extra good Underwaists for children, all sizes, 0c American Beauty Corsets 1 c tere skirts and sbort panic, ropnbir 59 eent value, new 85a McCall Patterns, 10 and 15c W. D. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store t E. V ELDER H Big Catch. William Harper who left hero several weeks ago to take up his re sidence in Los Anglos, California, has been doing some great fishing of late JUSt olfthO COast of this nonnlnr nU Last week Col. Tim O'Xeal, City Col' lector, received a letter from Mr. TTr. per telling of a fifty pound yollow tail that ho landed after a four hour IiicgTa He also sent a kodak picture of himself just after landing tho monster. This specio of the iinny tribe is considered by expert anirlors tho land aftor being hooked, and it is quite no nonor on mo coast to take one in ltillinuc .....uuq. iiw uvuvy aiier ainner: Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Complex- lAtrrV 1 1 Mr. Watch Your Kidneys Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored "Wear 1W 0. as lanH . 64 CD Thoir action controls your health. Read what Foloy Kidney Pills have dono for your noighbor. Mrs. II. W. C) Allon, (Juinoy, HI., says: "About a year aro my kidneys bcxan botlioring me. I had a swolling in my anklos and limbs, then hondaciios and nervous dixzy spells and lattor scvore backaohes. 1 tie Uoo tors pronounced it sorious kidney trou bio. and I was sleadly getting worse when fills. O ShortlyI began taking Foley Kiqney down after, tho swolling wont my pnns bcran lonvins me. l kept and oji taking them until I was onco more treed or all kidney trouulo and sintering. I have a groat deal to thank roiey Kid noy Pills for and shall always rcom- - inn T. t ..-I- i o mend By Stockton & toaii s licguieu cure bullous attacks, ai bon. them." For Sale Weak, Weary Women. Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them. When the back aches and throbs. When housowork is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in Woman's lot is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney Pills should be used. Have cured thousands. Read this woman's Testimony. Mrs. Hazzard Trimble, 4 Jamison St., Mt. Sterling. Ky. says: "I am pleased to say that Doan's Kidney Pills helped me greatly I was in poor health for some time and was unable to stand or do my housework. I had pains in my left sido. accompanied by a Dearing-dow- n feeling through my kidneys. I also had dropscial swelling in my limbs and bonds and my condition was becoming serious when I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills I was sooh greatly benifiited and 1 felt like a different woman. Doan's Kijney Pills bavo convinced mo of their effectiveness and consequently I am pleased to give them my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 centq. Foster-Milbur- u Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole ageuts for the United My Wall Paper Stock is complete and I can furnish anything in this -: : : line. guarantee people Also Paint of the highest quality. to, : We please the most fastidious : : : a O Facts About (tie 5un. Looking. Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes' from smallest boy to largest Newest stock man in city to select from Looking Through. at tho many van ties tor special ilses. Our list of paints you will be amazed and Furnishing Goods, Suit Oases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Hats Fine Line New Style There Are Paints For Every Purpose. From the usful water paints for cellar walls, barns, etc. to tho finest of var nishes and polishes for lhef urnlnire or; piano. Tell us what you Want to do and we'll supply the paint product with winch to do it B. Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paints Phorie 419 203 East Main B. Stouffer fife Our GoCarts are all of the 100 per cent, merit kind RICHMOND, KY Idle Capital Is An Extravagance Of course you must air the youngster this weather take himorherouL in the cool of the morning and evening ou can do this best in one Of. handsome products. They are of that no community can affordt to do anyono a benefit It must be kept Son. moving and to do the njost good Burnam's Insurance Agency. Don't it should seek Jegilintato chan Suppose your property should wait. nels. Then lot us divorco our burn tonight. See us. Phono 707.' t f selves from the prevailing "get rich quick" fever and get back to the good ways of our forefathers Put your money into something at home, where it will. HELP YOUR HOME TOWN and en hance the other interests you may have. Why not build a hornet There's no satisfaction liko that borne 'of the knowledge Culton's meat market gives prompt I Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave you own a home. Start it today delivery. Phone 125. 'orders early. 44tf and tomorrow you'll awaken with a feeling of independence like that of 1T76", Of course you'll toeed lumber, but wo can quickly help you out. as oUr stock is complete and most orders can be filled tho day we get them. Tho diameter of tho sun in SC0.0O0 Division ManagorG. G. Hall, for tho miles. Its distance fron us is .19,000,000 East Tennessee Tolophone Company in miles. Its bulk' is 1,300,)00 times mora Kentucky, was in the citv Wednes than the earth. Its weight in pounds is day inspecting tho local office and found everything in tip top shape. Mr. Hall It turns over on its axis onco in twen has headquarters in Louisville, and th e days. The center of gravity of company furnishes him with a luxuriant the'' solar system, including all the auto ana cnatreur to mako tho towns of planets, lies within tho body of tho sun Eastern and Central Kentucky. except when Jupiter and Saturn happen The Cause of Eczema. on the samo side of the sun to A man weighing 218 pounds on tho is corm life that htirrnwa iinloi ni earth would weigh over three tons on feeds on tho skin. The way to cure ECZEMA Is to remove the cause by tho sun and is own weight would 1pnn nnnal vat iilattcn and kill him. Light travels washinir awav with n ing liquid, . the germ life and poisons . i. . .i . 180,000 miles per second and reaches us iu.il. uausu mo i irouoie. from tho sun in eight minutes. The .Wo have a nrenarafTon that will .in this. The first nnnlirnlinn will ctnr. liht of tho sun is 160 times more in- tho itching and give prompt relief tense than that of our calcium light and io an it makes all other lights black by com aum. ii irritated, a licning or inflamed juu ro suuerer irom sKin parison. Tho sun contracts at tho rate or scaln eruntinn in of ton inches daily, but millions of bottle of this clean scfn uon, years must pass before the earth will pleasedwe are connuont you will bo with tho results from thn feel tho effect of this contration. But of this standard preparation for Ultimately the sun will die and wander eczema. Good for Infants as well as through space as a dark cinder. AH groon persons Perry's Drug tho coal on earth would not supply the l outre. suns, heat for tho tenth part of a socond Don't think that nilo If the earth fell into the sun it would instantly molt like a flake of snow. But Thousands of obstinalo cases have boon cureu oy uoan s 50 cents nt for the atmosphere that protects tho any drug store. Ointment. year earth Ore sunlight would within a cause all the oceans and seas to boil like Shipp Chosen. a pot. Tho noiso of the explosions on After a big rangle among tho mem the sun's surface alono would kill a man bers of the school hoard of "Winchester, placed within 5,000 miles fron its rim- with Supt. Shipp as the 1ono of conten Had an express train started for the sun tion, this well known educator -- has re in 1C50, it would not bo duo there yet signed and has been chosen by tho and only the seventh generation of its City Sohools of Prinoeton to aot In passengors wouldreach their destinatsimilar capacity. ion. Tho temperature of space is 40Q Prof. Shipp is one of the foremost degrees below zero. Through it we educators of the State, and the select journey, roofed over by the atmosphere, of him as Superintendent of the as though we wore in a conser vatory in ion Prinoeton school should moot with tho midst of perpetual winter, the approval and Commendation of all Farmers. mochanics. railroaders of the people. He has been the Supt. laborers rolv on Dr. Thomas' Knlpnttf. of Schools at Winchester, for the past Oil Takes the sting out of tuts, burn's fifteen years, and has an enviable reputaor urusies ai once. iain cannot stav tion as an Institute instructor, and it where it is used. was partly due to tho fact that lie desir cd to. remove to western "Kentucky in Princeton Uuiyeristy. order to get in touch with tho institute Represontntivo McCall of Massachu work in that part of tho State, that setts Is being considered for the Presi. induced him to accept the Superintend dency of Princeton University. Con ence' of this school. grossman McCall ' is well known m Supt. Coates was at tho head of the educational circles afld is said to be.' Princeton schools for twolvo years and a man of fine executive ability. claims .Ihcro aro nono better in the Snra'ins reouiro careful treatmonu state. ' Keep quiet nnd apply Chamberlian's The man who saves his money for a Liminent freely. It will remove tho sorenoss and quickly restore iho parts rainy day has had but little chance to to a healthy condition. For salo bv spond. it- - this summer. Frankfort Stockton &' Son. No ws Journal be-bo--- W. L. LEEDS Third 5treet Richmond, Kv "A little bit the best Mower THE NEW that ever went into WALTER A. WOOD States. take no other. Remember the name Doan's and the field" MOWER THE ADMIRAL rs fifty-seven world-famou- Real Estate. All persons desiring either to sell or purohase land or other property or to make rentals of same will find it to their interest to place the same with mo as I am a memtor of the National Realty Co., of Washington, with agents throughout tho United States, Mexlco'and Cuba. Also my services as auctioneer may be secured by calling on mo-a- t my residence, No. 20G Third St., S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. f22-t- the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. In it is concenyear experience. It possesse all the peculiar s. features of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers Its new features tnaVn it even more valuable to the farmer. The following statement o a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. "The Admiral is jatt a littls bit the best Mower that ercr went The Admiral trated their marMnn Into the field. Farmers come ia every day telling what a wonderful it is. We would not buy anything else." ttp-lo-d- f Happiest Girl in Lincoln. boen ailing for some time with chronic constipation and stomach trouble I hprnin tak'inrr Chamberlian's Stomach and Liver Tablets and in threo days I was able to be up and got bettor rignt along, I am the proudest girl in Lincoln to find suoh a good medicino." For sale by Stockton & Son. Thos, A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write mo or phono 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Novor leave home on a journey with a" bottle of (Jhamberlian s Colic, unoiera ana uiarrnoea uemeay. it is almost certain to bo needod and cannot bo obtained wnen on board tne cars or stoamships. For sale by Stockton & A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, We want to thow this Mower to every farmer in this locality. No one who wants io keep potted on the newest-i- farm machinery will neglect to investigate the Admiral, will surprise and delight you. "I had jlt Mowers - $38.00 Rakes - $22.00 Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second 5treet Telephone 20 out The Wonder of the Age How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. - When in town don! t fail to see the new. 5,. 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We. are headquarters for 5, 1Q and 25 cent goods. F r 5cenUyouoanbuymaityitemsthatordinarilyell.-fo- r a dime. For 10 cents you get , values wrorth np to a quarter. Wa have everything ia Enameled AYare, Tinware. Imported China. Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes. Cutlery, etc., and every prico marked in plain figures. Buy jour -- A Leader AT household goods hero and SAVE MONEY Easy Running safe type, the latest approved designs and are most reasonablypjiced. Your inspection of our "100 per cent Merit" stocky Mil prove ian time investment . ex-celle- AB C Todd -- Edwards Lumber nt Co,- - " TOO MUCH LOVE Too much vtt for fun, frolic and rick food cmmm stomach, liver, kid ny and Borrow troubles. Otter lemedies help yon but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cure yev. Uur dco?rer, tea years a MMcrable suftrer with the above troeMta, wi .RHEUMATISM far years, cwm ew4 t nnc wash. Tn frvt our rinwny, watt they Mat, STOCKTOtf A: SOX. VTauy Saio Luman and Higgins Pictures Framed to Order J per 24 pound sack Its the best and kadis them all in quality 59c Patent Flour ' LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. fain street, McCann Building Big Prices For Hides Spring Styles in Ready- - Latest 'est Main Street . . ; . OppteLC; v Drtkt Sewef I & McKi nney wear oooos. uafl and take a look. KABO GOM&BTS 10 -- We have enlarged ow warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Raga, TBones, Gin-se- n and Feathers that you brig; Remember we jry tke hig'kei prioes. Hides Rubber and all Irises of milals ad"erap iron. Mrs. UL Brlow wip M. WID Pfanp 363 HUiTUCKY