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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j- - RICH MONO CLIMAX I8th YEAR i : ' RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. 1911 MWMiMWWMWWMMMBMWMM NUMBER 4 T ttLL 11 1 ti- -- L. R. Blanton Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N. V. W H The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man ITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint to the wise is sufficent N. V. WHITE Main purpose of encouraging a larger growth of membership in this association' frajj the ranks of the profession in Kentucky Of President A. D. Miller, Be who are unattached to our association, I will narrate briefly my own story jif fore the Kentucky Press joining the Kentucky Press Association and attending its meetings which Association in June. me. to rise Xrom an obscure - position on an Eastern Kentucky paper in a The following address was delivered period of flvo years to the presidency f by A. D. Miller, us President of the this association. As a young printei', 1005, througli the Kentucky Press Association, before for such I was-ithat body at its annual meeting in urgency of an old member of the K; P. A. I was induced to lay down stick and June: Our meeting last year at Middlesboro, and rule, dismiss the cares of duty and I am told, was the most eleborato from hie away to Crab Orchard to attend point of local entertainmcut we have that memorable meeting in 1005, where had since .the famous tour through Uarry McCarty, Vernon Richardson and Canada, via Battle Creek, Mich.,ln 1003. Louis Landram were the chief hosts, and I d not forget the memorable enter- Clarence Woods chief chambermaid tainment given us at Hopkinsvillo in Here I, a bashful printer, 'mot for the 1003. on the occasion of our former first time as a member of the profeji- meeting here at Cerulean Springs. But sion outside of my own bailiwick. But when wo recall the endless demands boing of a naturally Ambitious turn, upon our time by the Middlesboro with a prodigious capacity 'for hani people, who supplied our party with work. I was then and there elected four solid days of fun and frolic, food secretary and treasurer of the newly- and sholter, electric,sun and moonshine, formed Eight District Press League, spending no less than $1,500 and all which position afforded opportunity for their time upon us, it is not out of place study and work along all newspaper lines that, resulted in 'most surprising here to bear testimony to the and progressive spirit of rewards at tho hands of mv brethren of the people of the ilagie City of Eastern the press. For four successive yoirs I was retained as secretary of that league)' Kentucky. It is a distinct pleasuro to meet here and through it alone was commanded to again, thanks to the urgency of loyal the craws of the brethern of the Statu and devoted John. Lawrence and the Pres. resulting in. my appointment an ITopkinsville brethren. Adown the chairman of the Executive Committed conidors of memory come the rodolent in 1003, by then president. Col. Tim recolections of fried chicken, of the Necdham. The following year I waa Mothodist quality and Baptist quantity, elevated to the presidency. In this nar piled mountain high and garnished rative, there is nothing whatever but an with abundance of buttermilk, sweet example of the possibilities that lie bemilk, cream, corn, tomatoes, potatoes, fore a printer, editor or publisher, and other necessary articles of house- however obscure, to receive recognition hold and kitchen furniture. God bless at the hends of the press. Cerulean, and peace to the ashes and To my follow newspaper men of this love for the memory of its former association I owe much for their deep proprietor, CapL Poole, who has since interest and hearty; in all our last reunion here gone to his eternal instances. Having thus demonstrated, d reward. He was a model host, a that there is no royal road to recognition Kentuckian, a manly man. in the Kentucky Press Association, I Above his grave I would whisper: would again urge all those in any way "Warm summer sun, shine kindly here; connected with the profession of printWarm summer breeze, blow softly here. ing, in the great "art preservative of all Green sod above he light, lie light; arts," to give their hearts and hands, Good night, dear friend, their time and means to the promotion Good night, good night." of the spirit of fellowship and business At the risk of appearing immodest to of the Kentucky Press Association. those who are unaware that modesty is The banker have their powerful ormy be&etting virturc, but with the real ganization; the lawyers have theirs; the engineers, the firemen and the brako-mawho brought us hither, have e theirs; tho farmers have theirs, and the devil himself Jias his, .and inbut the one great dispensable art of arts, tho publishers, are the slowest to appreciate tho duty they owo to themselves as individuals is the only emulsion imito organizo and stay organized as tho is plain tated. The reason best protection to thomselves and to it's the best. Insist upon every other organization under tho having it's .the shining sun. Annual Address. great-heartedn- noble-hearte- Sfreet, below first RICHMOND world's standard flesh and strength builder. ALL DRUGGISTS Scott's and woutdb. molders of public thought Executive Committee; Joe Williams, of ahd isction. While from wislr policy the Falmouth Pendleton, since removed our association rofrains as a body iron, to Oklahoma; John Lawrence, of the championing most of the policies that Cadiz Record; .1. R. Lemon, of the might divide us along lines of politics ilayfiold Messenger, and C. P. Cunning-- , or otherwise, yot we have In the past ham, of the Middlesboro New?. practically The members or the association are committed ourselves in dividually to such matters as a reform aware that the year closing has been to our taxatlou laws (see page 44, 1000 an uneventful ono in (he duties of the minutes)?" social suffrage for women presidency, as compared to some of tho (see page 80, 1000 minutes;; to a uniform stcnuous ones gone before. It has been" accounting and inspection law for an honor,, of which I am deeply proud. Kentucky (same minutes, page 03); to to have been a member and president good roads and. to others. Therefore it of this august body, and my retiring would be to our everlasting honor If wo from office will not in any way lessen should bo leading instruments in the my interest in the association and its I great nonpolitical reforms, the consuni- - work. mation-o- f which would mean so much for Kentucky in her material welfare The Cause of Constipation. Constipation is, in some cases, the and educational uplift. In harmony, with tho above suggestion direct result from a typhoid or slow let us recall the opening words of ex acting Liver, brought about by the President Harry A. Sommors, of witholdmg of the flow of bile. This n News, at Estill Springs, en condition Is commonly allied with more titled "Kentucky's Shameful Record or less indigestion and dyspepsia, partly lie said: "The public press and the duo to tho constipation itself. Many persons have found it comparapublic school are the twin sisters of progress, intelegence and civilization. tively easy to overcome such conditions They are so intimately connected with with a treatment of Roxall Liver Salts. In our judgement, we feel that this everything which makes better citizen- snip anu uciter conditions that to a preparrtion is remarkably well fitted to certain extent they are dependent upon overcome these conditions, and recomeach other. Without tho public school mend them to you with tho understandthe readers of tho press would rapidly ing that any money you may have spent dimtnsh and the State would soon drift with us for the preparation will bo reback into tho darkness and ignorance of funded in case there are no beneficial the past ages. Without the public results. In two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Perry's press uio scnooi wouiu lose ground, our liberties would be menaced and the ad- Pharmacy. The Rexall Drug Store. vancement of humanity would receive a For the Schools. rude shock. To no 'class of people of the State should the public school be As an encouragement to the pupils of more vitalthan to the editors. I regret the city schools throughout the State, to say , that it is an interest 3adly the Strassel-Ga- ns Paint Co., of Louisneglected by most of our newspapers. ville, has offered a special premium of Lot us givo a little space to tho discus $15 to be distributed at the Kentucky sion of tho tariff and a little more to State Fair as follows; tho causo of education. Cut out some 1 Collection of 10 troublesome weeds, politics and put in some school and help pressed and named. 1st, $2, 2nd, 81, 3rd, lift Kentucky from near the bottom of ribbon. the column of States to near the top' 2 Collection of leaves, twigs and The last midwinter meeting, which I seeds of 10 native trees, pressed'and was unable on account of sickness to at mounted. 1st, $2, 2nd, 31, 3rd. ribbon.. tend, was said to havo been tho most 3 Exhibit of flowers fresh or pressed, enjoyable and successful of all such raised in the home or school garden. in our history, thanks to the 82, 2nd, 81, 3rd, ribbon. Programme Committee and our Louis 1st, 4 Exhibit of 5 products raised in the ville hosts. The coming meeting of the Legisla home or school garden. 1st, 32, 2nd, 31, ture may call for the usual amount of 3rd. ribbon. 5 Collection of 12 kinds of seed grown vigilance to prevent the repeal of our pet measures. It would be wiser to by one school in home and school garprevent such repeal than to undertake dens. 1st, $2, 2nd, 81, 3rd. ribbon. Work of this'character is being given further reforms at the expense of the much attention in the schools- - now and beneficent laws recently secured. A salutary chanco in our mode of it is developing a lovo and appreciation choosing our chairman of the Executive of nature and an. artistic sense in the Committee was mado at Middlesboro children. last year, whereby that olllcor, who is Family Horse for 5ale. the natural licit to the presidency, shall Gentle, not afraid of anything, a child be elected from the membership at large drives him. Reason for- - selling, don't Accordingly brother Ed thereafter. need him. Shinnick, of the Shelbyville Record, A. D. and C. D. Miller I desire to refresh your minds upon Lexington Pike some of the duties and opportunities was unanimously elected chairman, Phone-22-- 2t that confront us as patriotic citizens after which I announced the following ' , -Eliza-bethtow-wide-awak- THE STEARNS (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU HAVE TO MATTRESS ysmWTSmVAiiHEkS-iUCD a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHSSIDSB!tf0M:T 0PIMGM whatSihsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL -- COMFORTABLE. LOOK THR OU6 INC GUARANTEE; Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary not only j because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattreis-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler 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 to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jus! the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure., yet supporting it in perfect relaxa- one-six- th tion. Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. i Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the besl Mattres3 value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fofter is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty ESSSE? TV. S. O. R.O.L PTiccsiop eJuly Reduced We Are Offering Calico As usual, at the end of the season we duce prices on all re- Clothing i from the Bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 J --2c Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 J --2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at JO and 12c, at 9c . Lawns 4 1 --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 . Odd Lots, Remnants, Etc prefering to; close them out at sacrifice rather than carry them over. Our patrons know our methods and we are not going to give you a lot of highfaluting newspaper talk that we But we have this to say: can't make good. about half price and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city ,We have a good assortment of We are Overstocked in Silks 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 1 5.00 and 1 8.00 for - $ 1 0.50 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 -- ft ; 3 rrs If you Ladies' Waists it worth from $1. 00 to $1.50, our price now is 69c to98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time ago and we must clean up in this departments Get prices. We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth from $7.50 to $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 are looking for values at a price we have them y 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 2 of honest, . ot : Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers lower in price for quality than ever before Your money's worth and more All summer goods must go if prices will move them.-Thewill go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest prices you have seen this season. We quote a f ew prices! ahd ask you to come in and look and if not as. represented, don't spend a penny if il Corner First Haminon Brothers & Main J! 4- - Richmond, Kentucky 3 vifr-WkA- vj itS ? M.S NA Ml VJj 5 VJL NM NM JV VM M N. Vat VjL VM aTL a XliV NJfcV NB M M vaTty' M Nfly VJL VHy M NaV SA NA ANJL SlL bJLf !JlL -- Al JlZ JkC la LILT la UlLI JL UL1 A 8? W b"lLourand1eSf j j I v Wz j tlllHIUlx : m) Starting Saturday, July 15th, US. 1911, and Ending Monday, July 31st, HaveM Now 1911 Wear shoes with foot comfort built into them r Sif A. Ladies', Men's, Boys' and Children's Low Shoes Must be Sold. Low Shoes 50c Low Shoes Low Shoes Low Shoes Now at Now at Now 42 Now Stock at Low Shoes at Ties at $3-7- 9 Values $5.50 and $5 $2.89 Were $3,50 Now 39c $2.49 Were $3.00 3 $3.29 Were $4.00 $2.10 Were $2.50 Stjh No. 126 C3 Crossett "MAKES'UFTS WALK.EASV Low Shoes Now at a- or to .50 81.00 1.50 2.00 Shoe $1.79 Were 52.00 Shirts now Shirts now Shirts now Shirts now - .30 19 $1.19 1.40 Crossett 'MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" All kinds and sizes Shoe XTERE'S a rea young man's shoe. A whirlwind success on our "Whirlwind" last Style in every line. Extra high heel Straw and Felt $3.00 2.50 2.00 1.00 .50 HATS o 1 1.50 1.24 79 .39 Hand Bags Underwear $1.00 .75 .50 .50 young man's THE the season. Glove top shoe One of the most popular of the new Crossetts. now now 32.00T L Wears splendidly, holds t , its shape, polishes perfectly. All the new Crossett models are on view. now now now I Look them over. $4 to $6 everywhere. Lewi Nortk AbuictM. SOX $1.00 .50 .25 .15 A. Crouett, Inc. Muter, Hut. Silk Sox for Silk Sox for Lisle Sox for Sox for 79c 39c 19c He 209 Main Street w John i i E. , Telephone 126 Sexton Richmond, Ky N , Union Suit now Scrivens now B. V. D. now Poro'sknlt now 70c 05c 39o 30c Short vamp High heel Extra heavy stitching Seven buttons and this is a button season. Distinctiveness is the keynote of all the new Crossett models. $4 to $6 everywhere. Lewi A. Crossett, Inc., Maker, North Aluaston. M&u. Terms S : Cash NSr Nft 78 M White Hall. i ki vi f v . viar 5R 5t. sa mi sw u s 71 i vm i 71 7f I ve w us y 7 viz Mr 7m : , tfNftSiAgM VMT Vi 'Iks i Viz Nil NO Sx ix 7x "S BUTTERICK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up your summer clothes. McKLES are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flounc- - i and Hnn'f fnr6f in lnnlr at our new Muslin Underwear Oar Quality is Best Oar Price is Lowest ingboth colors and white OWEN McKEE 1 read. The people will not select Representatives, who fail to declare themselves on vital questiones before the election. Mr. Brown says: "The people of this state have long experinced the pernicious presence of public pat ronage in politics, especially in primary elections and conventions, and its powerful influences in the legislative halls. It is a fact familiar to members of the General Assembly that by ar rangement of committees and improper reference of bills on certain ocegssions to committees hostile to their enact ment into law that much valuable legislation has, failed of passage. The organization of the House by these influences would bo a great victory, making the passage of reform measures much more difficult, if not impossible, besides having its influence upon any bill or measure opposed or fostered by the power of patronage. "Therefore having aught against no individual, with the kindest of feelings, and with an aim and purpose solely for the public good, I pledge my vote and utmost influence and power, whether as an individual member or as Speaker of the House, to the retirement of public patronage forces of Kentucky from their obnoxious and persistent meddling and interference in politics and the absolute removal of their baneful influence over legislation. "The trick of a Third Ilouse is to organize the House, pack its committees on matters of legislation markod for slaughter or favorably regarded by it, and have the Speaker refer the bill in question to a hostile committee or one favorable to its passage. The 'Third House' is paved with fair promises and assumes the best intentions, but its support of any man's candidacy for Speaker is the safest and most unerring evidence of a perfect have already made a beginning by by abolishing more than one hundred offices in and about tho House of Representatives, thereby saving $182,000 annually. This is only an earnest of what we will accomplish. r "We are living up to the JetTersonian doctrine of 'economy in tho public- - expense that labor may be lightly burdened. No boubt we will be sneered at by spendthrifts as cheeseparers, but hard haded, sensible folks will indorse our action, becauso it deserves to be indorsed. "We promised to repeal the tariff" on wood pulp, print paper, lumber, timber and logs and that those articles would be placed on the free list. So far as the Democratic House is conserned that pledge has been fulfilled in the Reciprocity bill and the 'Farmers' Free List bill which sleeps in tho Republican Senate. "Twenty-si- x Republicans voted for the Underwood wood bill. xIt had 'a majority of 121. My prediction is that it will pass the Senate and become a law and prove to be of vast benefit to the American people by cheapening the cost to the consumer. "That is not allj'pontlnued Mr. "Wo are going on down the Clark. line. Wc will take up cotton next, and then steel and sugar and other foodstuffs. We are getting to a tariff for revenue basis. That is democratic doctrine. If thesenato will do its duty the people will be greately benfited by this session." PERSONALS Miss Sallie Rayburn has gone-tCrab Orchard for a ten day's sojourn. , Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Broaddus have returned from a short stay at Estill. 'Mrs. Wm. Langford and son, William,-arat Crab Orchard fo. a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pigg have re turned from a delightful visit to Swango Springs. Miss Meridith, of Burgin has returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs John Kunklc. Little Geneva Lackey has returned from a visit to her grandmother in Nicholas ville. Mr. Wm. Langford and daughter have gene to Estill this week for a few days. Mrs. Elizabeth Simon, of Nowporl,-i- j the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A.- Dob-rowsk- y. e Mg Richmond Climax. if "In view of certain past experiences, I pledge myself, if elected Speaker, to re ( ' While the Republican trust-buste- r, Ijlellogg, was prosecuting the Standard Oil company for the government, he Steve K. Vaugbt Editor was receiving regular and "extra" compensation from the steel Directors of the concern that paid him ntusttB am wacasur it these fees were stockholders in the TRE CLIMAX HUNTING CO i concern he was prosecuting. What is the answer? (Incorpor&ted.) trust. fer to bill to a hostile or biased com mittee, and shall endeavor to the best of my knowledge and ability to have every bill that is introduced reported for the action of the House, provided a fair committee regards it at all worthy or as having any chance of passage. 3h Congress by an amendment supported by Bnstow of Kansas and the entire UtmUrtl group of special privilege servers in the ktmucrr nas jissacunoii senate, is distinctly a democratic proposition. The report of the proIGHTH DKTMCT PWIBRCIS UKBZ. ceedings of the republican national YEAB convention of 1903 shows that the vote PER $1.00 .fPICE on including in the platform a demand nr JLDTXKCX for the election of senators by the people - 1M1 was; Yeas 114 and nays 200. JULY 12 WEDNESDAY Evekt paper published in Kentucky The democratic free list bill in Con- comes to the exchange table of the gress .simply means that the fanner Climax aad every one in the last few a picture of .wiS get bis vehicles, farm tools, wire days has contained Governor-to-b- e McCreary with a good feaebig, harness and shoes lor less notice of bis recent race. Not only Aesey. Is that not a good thing? has every Democrat paper In the state ' Wixchesteb has begun work on her declared for the Madison county man and their iateotions of helping to .make sewerage system. Richmond may have his majority ia the general eleetloa not feee seme day. The most hpmilating less Mian 30,000,but many Republican tMagto tell a visitor to the city is. papers used his picture and said that yfe have bo sewerage system". he would be the next Governor. Never in the history of the state have ptopk AM bread of bltedtiger liquor hss been so united in their choice fer brexe leeee ia Danville aad lAmuel Governor. Krake. who draak copiottsly, toek Waxxxok Brews, editor of the '.'veral aboU at the oea ese Bight lMtweek. Betag eaty fifteM he was Bgrdetewa Staadard, asd ronroionUtive will be a,, Mt to tb KeM t ReTorw. He ram that sowty, who the ileuee, h$ Speaker, ef 4MHiiii htM.tbecbt sore fee eeM -4Imu V J l j. J the feUewjag epea letter te all th i peee f the state, ifeat akwM be Sec'j-r&ea- s. A. IX MUHer W. G. AVhlte - . Election of senators by direct vote of Pros, and Hgr. the people, which Is now held up in "The young members of the House are working liko veterans. The present house is one that no Democrat, or any other American citizen, need apologize for. I believe that the country thoroughly appreciates this, too." Champ Speaker Thus declared Clark. "The Democrats in the House are fighting a good fight," continued the speaker, as he looked up from a desk piled high with correspondence, reports of investigating committees, and an assortment of books sufficient to serve an ordinary man as a complete library.v "We are fulfilling as rapidly and as literally as possible every promise made' to the people. "We promised in the Denver platform to reform the rules of the Housed and we have done it That is an accomj plisbed fact. "We promised the people that we would submit a proposition to amend the Constitution to permit the people to vote direct for United States Senators. The House promptly passed such a measure. "We promised to pass a bill coHipelf-thpublication of campaign ex. before the electleas. That has been done. 'We promised to adfeit New Mexico aad Arises. We bave'ioae our best U WIec about that. H is up to the Seaate. d to tmt dew the of tfee Goveraaamt. We e. "We-promise- David Dobrowsky, of Bedford, Ind., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dobrowsky. Miss Jamjo Caperton left Monday for Louisville to spend several daYSwitli ' Miss Haldeman. . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pales, and children spent several days last week in Loufs-vill- e. Mr. Mr. T. H. Pickels and little daughter, Dolly spent Saturday and Sunday in Cincinnati. Miss Jamie Caparton, is enjoying a delightful visit to Miss Florence Haldeman in Louisville. i Father O'Dwyer went to Lancaster last week to conduct the funeral services of Miss Julia G'Hearn. Cleveland Rose of Richmond came Tuesday to see his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose of Bryanlsville. Mrs. David Cbeaa'ult lias return od .to her home ia Richmond aftera visit to Mr. aad Mrs. J. W. lmore. 3, S. Collins anil, Miss Mary Ann ColliM have returned from a visit to aTTazwell,. Iseaa: Xr.TPraak' Myers, jtf,I&Uiiee, & the gatst ef Dr. J B, Cftssiday and .family fri4 lic school. of Mr. atfd Mrs. David Jackson. Mr. Henry P. Reid, formerly of this Monday was the fourteenth birthday city, but now of ML Sterling, spent the of Master George B. Dejarnett. In hon week end with Mr. John Rymel and or of the occasion he entertained a num family near town. ber of his little friends at the home of Mesdames A. J. Tribblc, B. F.Death-erag- o his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs, and N. A. Tyree spent several days James Dejarnett, on the Tates Creek week at College Hill visiting Mrs. pike. The little folks had a great time last and wished that George would have an For You. Tribble's daughter, Mrs. Chas. Clay. Mrs. C. W. Jones who lives with her other birthday very soon. When you know any marriages, daughter, Mrs. S. E. Scott, Is In Lex At the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E, births, deaths, accidents, - sale of ington visiting her son, Mr. Charles F. Turley, on the campus, a gay house- - land, crop or stock, Church news or Jones, one of Lexington's leading drug' party is being entertained for Messrs lodge news, please telephone or write gists. Robert and Spears Turley. The guest the Climax, so wo can let people In Miss Campbell and Miss Johnson, the are Miss Francis Pendleton and Mr. other partsof tho county know about and St. We want clean news of every guests of Mrs. Geo. W Thelps, will Lewis Flynn, of Winchester, leave Saturday morning for Danville, Misses Elizabeth Stears, Lourana Low-- kind from everywhere. where thoy will spend several days with ry, "Dorothy and Virginia Duncan and Lillian Boggs, of Nicholasvllle. Miss Bettio Craig. Mrs. E. Grinstead and three children, Little Miss Mary Elizabeth Luxon is of Jefferson, Mo., who has been visiting in Cleveland visiting her grandmother. South Bound. f her father, Dr. John Snowden, of Win Mrs. Mary Smith. She made tho trip No. 31.' Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Under certain conditions. Tho right chester, is spending tho week with Mrs. with Mr. Coleman Adams, who was re medicino must be taken before the dis and Departs 12:05 a. m. turning home after the death of his No. "71. Richmond to Stanford. De- ease has progressed too far. Mr. Perry A Budllroaddus at College Hill Pittman, Dale. Tex , says"I was down parts 0:30 a. m. Mrs. Joe Giunchlglianiand daughters, father. Her visit will extend to the last with kidnev and in bed .for Evelyn and Mario, are at Crab Orchard of this month, at which time sho will be No. 1. Louisville to Beattyville bladder troublo and gall and stones. One Arrives 12:15 p. m. Departs 12:22 bottle df Flleys Kidney Remedy cured for a stay of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs accompanied home by her aunt. Miss ask tor it f or No. 37.-- Cincinnati to Knoxvillo.1 Ar- - me well and sound. Fred Yeager and Children nroalso at Grace E. Smith, who will come-fo- r visit to .her sister Mrs. ' ll:02a.m.Departsl2:17a. m Sale By Stockton & Son. rives this popular resort for a short stay. Ballard H. Luxon. No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. For Rent Mrs. Carlo Brittian, and Misses Qllie Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m The marriage of Miss Louiso Maupin, Balwin and kludge Burnam have gone to seven rooms on Wood No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Dwelling house of Portsmouth.N.H., whero they wilt join. daughter of Mr, Brack Maupin, of this land Ave. House is now, will bo com Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m Capt. Rrittain and spend the summer at county, to Mr. John"Hendrlcks, of Lex pleted June 1st Apply to Mrs, Elfza ington, was an Item of much Interest No. 3. Louisvillo to Beattyville tills popular resort. Lackey or Bowen Lackey. tf unavoidably omited from the Arrives 0:55 p. m. Depart7:25 p.m Harrodsburg Herald: Rev. D, H. which was week. The bride is the No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan Stop that Dandruff gcanlon, of Richmond, is visiting West- Climax last second daughter of Mr. Maupin and is a' ford. Arrives 7:21 p. mT Departs before it kills your hair. You know moreland, the homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. arming young lady. They will re 7:25 p. m. dandruff is a germ disease and it leads W. Powell, where his happy personality side in Loxington, where the groom is Uorth Bound slowly and surely to baldness and there rejoices the hearts of alt who meet'him. a well known architect and builder. No. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives is only one way to cure dandruff and. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sewell and M,r. W. Miss Campbell and Miss Johnson, wl;o and Departs 4:10 a. m. that is to kill the germ thatr causes the S. Oldham left Tuesday for Sfjango are visiting Mrs. ueorge w. Fnolps, No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and troublo. Springs, Wolfe county, where they will Maysville. Arrives" 6:20 a. m. have been receiving much social atten Greasy salves will never do this. spend ten days enjoying the bracing Departs 6:25 a. m. , tion since they have been here. Mrs. O ZEMO SOAP kills the germ atmosphere of the Kentucky mountains, Phelps had a small card party fpr tbem No. 2. Beattyvillo to Louisville and the. Health giving wators. Arrives 7:30 a. m. Departs 7:22 a-- m and are guaranteed to cure dandruff, Saturday evening of four tables. Mrs. Democrt: Miss Ruth Brutus Clay gave thetn and Miss Jamie No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via ncning scaip and all other germ dis Winchester eases of the skin and scalp. Rowland. Arrives 12:12 p. m. Deitrlch is taking a summer courte at Caperton's guests a tea Monday. Miss ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are the true the Richmond NormaL&ehooL Margarotta Smith had a theatre party No. 38. Kaoxvilla to Cincinnati. Ai- - scientific remedies for these afflictions. Mm fnhol Ttavhorn-- . of Rir.hmfSrwJ. is to rlves 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. tae "Hipp Wednesday, and, Mrs, To show our faith in ZEMQ and ZEMO the guest of Miss May me Scrivener. Miss Jamie Capertoa had No.70. Staafoird to Richmond. Arrives CaMrton and SOAP we have instructed the dreggist 3:00 p. hi. Mr. Outran S, Benton, of Detroit, a lunch for thera Friday. sellings them to refund your meaey if Michigan, came Tuesday to spend, sevNo. 4. Beattyville to Louisville The Lexington Leader says; Mr. JXjf. aad Arrives l:31p. m. Departs 1:30 p.m you are not satisfied with the. results eral days with his graadpareats, Waller Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. from the very first bottle and the -- first Mrs: Wm. Bentoa a Waco, aau his Bennett, leaves the last of th-- No. 33. Jacksonville to Cineiaaati. Ar cakeof soap. aunt, Mrs, G. W. Evans. rive aad Departs 5:18 p. . for Seattle, Washington to take a We can afford to make I his oer be fcVs 34. 87. 33. 27. 54. 38.88. 32 are Mrs. George Phelps has as uMtc position. He goes with Mr. Eva cause one bottle ef ZBMO aad oae cake Daily No's 71, 1, 3, ,10, 2, 70, Misses Georgia Johnsoa of DavilJ aad &ad son, Bennett McCe4, f 4, of seap are sufficient ta sfeew their Suaday. Susan Campbell, of Bhmark llk.f and SeAttta, who are here visitiagt and tby aad if wed according to JtP.BUOKER, Agt she very charmingly eaterUlact at will take the trip together. Mr, Boiimt. direct leas, they will Mmamal .!k a popular State Tfolvefcjr km and JfiasM aad ehild-ria'cure. Sold by druggteta everyway home last vek. For iMw , jfe felt for kk ii'aartwt,: ayartly ytdawd aad ia Rkfeaioad by U, L, Parry. Ami aad. ttMttffc H Lexiagioe Ikralds-H'm- m th&t ita'wlll t yj? m9' Kim Jfc AraoW at Madison Institute. Margaret Milward of Lexington, Miss J cessful in his work in the West. Miss Hester Covington has accepted a Anne Cohen and Miss Marion Kean of Miss Florence Rogers of Lexington Richmond, Ky., are guests of Miss Anne and Mrs- G. W. Evans, Misses Curraleen position at tho elch Hoover, who gave a delightful Smith, college as Secretary to the President. Bessie Dudley Lotta Mr. Z. T. Rice has moved to his new party in their honor Thursday ovening Faris and Mary Traynor will constitute a party leaving Friday for a ten day stay homo on tho Summitt purchased last at 8 o'clock. Friends hero have received news of at Crad Orcharp Springs. fall. He has been residing on Broad the death in Cleveland, Ohio, of Mrs way. Mr. Linsday Bianton was in Crab R. H. McCreary, Jr., of Chicago, has Parry Jenkins, who was formerly Miss Orchard Saturday and Sunday. been here for several days the guest of Dorothy Knight. "She was a schoolmate Master Joe Chenault entertained a of iiis grandfather. Senator James B of Mrs. Elmer Tate, at Hamilton Col number of his young friends Tuesday ' frequently visited her. lege, and- - has McCreary. ot his home on the summit to celebrate She was a gifted musician and her un his third birthday. - A large number of Lancaster Record: Mesdames B. E. timely death is regretted by all, Flora and W. H. Whitaker, of Rich little folks responded to his invitation Miss Marie Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Hale and it was a most delightful lawn party. mond, were guests of Miss Annie Austin Dean, Mr. Chas. Powell, Jr., Mr. and. Saturday. Mr. Philip L. Willging was the host Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Lanter came Mrs. Waldo Gwynno and Miss Mary Lee last Friday evening at a dinner to cele over from Winchester Sunday in their Colyer and her guest, Miss Williams of brate the thirty-fiftanniversary of his automobile to visit their niece, Mrs. London, have been enjoying the cool birth. The Willging home on North breezes and pleasant surroundings at street was the scene of a very happy Sam Hisle of this place. Mi is Nora Brown, of. Louisville, Is spend' Estill Springs. gathering for tho occasion, and the ing several days here the guest of Mr. Father O'Dwyer, of St. Mark's church sumptuous spread was complete in Viator Packwood. Miss is in ueorgetown tnis week occupying every detail. It was tho sevonth of a and . Mrs. Brown is a nieco of Mr. Packwood tho pulpit during the Forty Hour De sories of dinners, which are piven by a "Miss Austin Lilly has gone to Louis votions for Father Flynn, who was call club, to celebrate their birthday. Those ville, Madisonville and Cadiz for an ex ed to Emmettsburg, Md., on account of present Friday wore Mr. Willging and the death of his brother. Father Flynn's Messrs. M. C. Kellogg, Irvine and George tended visit to friends. brother was president of Mt St. Mary': Hume, Wm. Luxon, James Wagers, J. Mr. ana JUrs. ic li. uurnam were In C, London Satuday and Sunday tho guests of the East College, a very noted Catho J. Greenleaf, Benj. Daugherty, C Campbell-Hagerman e, Tho farmers are not very busy at present as rain has been scarce, even Alma-Ricthe weeds beiRir retarded from their growth. A large number of people gathered at Mr. Samuol Royces last week to rehearse some new songs. The ice .cream supper that was given in Mr. Clark's yard was attended by a large Crowd and proved a most enjoyable affair. Tho tables and yard looked beautiful with lanterns Imaging here and there. Misses Alice and Mabel Whittoofc, of Kirkaville, came down Monday eveniBg from tho Institute and spent until h Tuesday with their cousin- Rev. Cox, of Ml Pleasant churoh was entertained bv Mrs. John Powell last Sunday. Rev. Frenoh was awe to nil his ap pointment here last Sunday. Mrs. of WJnohester, Rutledee, mother of Dr. Rutledge. kr visiting her son here. Mrs. Millard Davis, of Paint Liok, sDent Saturday and Snnday with her Culton, George Bogard, W S. Oldham, sistor Mrs Clarke. L. B. Herrington, J. H. Dean, T. B. Right in your busiest Reason when Collins, Miller Davison and T. J. Mob- you havo the least time to spare you erley. aro most likely to take diarrhoea and Hopkin's straw hats at greatly reduc- lose several days' time, unless you havo Cholera and Colic. Chamberlian's ed prices. Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take Rice & Arnold. dose on the first appearance of the disease. For sale by Stockton & Son. Public Sale of Lots For City Taxes. I will on Thursday July 30ih 1911 tween the hours of one and two cY. v P. M., in front of the City Hall u -corner of 1st aad Irvine Sis., ;n the i ,' of titoamtmd Ky. Sell for cash f. unpaid city tax bills penalty inters aad cost fer the year ef 1910, the foilu v Ing parties property ami real Estate, or enough to pay the amounts spee fied below If aot paid before said date. O'Neal T. , a City CoJteetor White List Vlnceat Bereteg (His) Ina $ 6.3: 27. Rib ? Joe Cunningham Harvey & Abney. J. H. McKInney T. B Trowers, Estate 5.9 ll.nl 8.21 8.05 Colored List $ 6.7H ' L. & N. Time Table Mid-night. Squire Ballard (Hrs) John Bates BreokBell Bennett Cam Best Perry Burnam John Jr. Crutcher Lizzie Clay izzie Covington & Ballew (Hrs) Collins Sam ; . Daniels Lucy Embry Julia Harris Jeff Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, " ' Ben. Simmons &Dealhorage Building. Phone Hattie Harris 707. t f Irvine Joe N Jarman Katio -- Administrators Notice. Kavenaugh Lou All parties having claims against the : Martin Humphry estate of Jas. H. Wllloughby, are here" " Ben by notified to fiio same, as required bv Maupin Mitchell, law, on or before Sept. 1, 1911, or same Moberley Geo (Hrs) will be barred. All parties owing said Moss Alex estate are requested to settle at once. Miller John A. J: Wllloughby, Admr. It Mundy W. Q Kidneys Diseases Are Curable Miller Wm. . 4.4'J ll.si 10. s5 5. til 7 21 5.05 20. H7 8. 46 8.05 5.95 5.12 5.51 4.39 5.93 7 21 5. V2 4 2s i dO 6.37 5.0-- J 3. U 9S 4.6a ft S.S . 11 Palmer Jim Sr . . : c si "H four-month- s mid-summ- er -- Phelps Nannie M, Phelps Jenney Phelps W- mRhodes It. E. Shepherd Chas, Sr. Shepherd Rena Smith Ella Smith Scott. Stone Nannie Tevls Tom Todd Jas. : Turner Mattie AValker, Viola " Lucy . ... a: . :j . io x 5L! ifl 26? 8.05 8.05 a 51? 6. 79 595 "... 9.30 10.55 " John Alin Betsy. ' ' 595 Amu.. 4.28 and-ZEM- Wlnkfleld, Millie White, Dave White, Rolla White. Robert Yates, Nannie . , ;." Yates, Wm. Busteri 6.79 6.33 6.86 ... . 342 512 . iaw cyclone Dan Breck, flrer higataiag. and live stock insurance. tf -- C G Seal & Co ord Arc tbe larf ct Buyer ol cattk,hofs, sheep, er Iamto, mmI calves at tbe Cincinnati Umm Stock Yards. Comifn ymm stock to them afl-around i hr Suel wk Me-Co- rd trai. "ilyEpt es auwy-Nfftta'ar- e 11 I: f4 gti,' s et 4 prices rcfr . tAW Mg heat market Wv S. Nonis. n ZJ r ism T. S. TODD Contractor and t ? 5 Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. fhe Richmond Climax. K. Vaught j NotScr Ice Famine An Ico famine is on in Central Kentucky due to the. warm weather of the pes. month, and there is no relief in sight till fall, as all the storage reserve is utilized on account of the great demand. The Richmond plant has been running night and day in order to supply the demand and it has hardly been able to do that It has teen called on by adjoining counties, in addition to Madison, which has kept the plant on'' the hustle, night and day. It is claimed the hot weather has been so general that lake ice can not be secured. The Northwestern Mutaal Lite In Steve surance Co., will loan money at 5 per cent interest on jpod improved farm lands on Mortp e. Apply to J. C Chenault, Atty. tI Richmond, Ky. HE CLIMAX - HUNTINC jThe Danville Messenger hasThe follow concerning oue of our citizens: Editor ,Vhe Maysville baseball team has a pcher named "Beer." Every, time he pjtcbesiu Richmond, Clarence Woods CO ?in't go to the game. - "" """ " "" A. J Are .(Incorporated.) For Sale. . You a Woman Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION i I A.D.Miller TV. G.White Li 'L Mtmltr il Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. 7. Lot in Burnatnwood 70x170 feet, , ,. R. K. STONE Apply tf Agency oldest aqd best .companies represented. Phone Burnam's-Insurance f JGt j i il 1 1 U KENTUCKY EIGHTH T. R. Pennington Dentist. PPICE PRESS ASSOCIATION PUBtlSllERS LEAGUE. 707. DISTRICT "' tf Shop in Rear oi McKee Building Jf R. Emmett ?! 9 Office next door to Government build ing Richmond, Ky. Panola. Our Sunday school at the Christian ch arch Is progressing nicely, every one sec.ins Interested. Hev. Parsons will fill. his regular appointment at this place ne:tt Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Algan Lake, who was kicked by a horse a fow days ago, is not as serious a&jfirst expectod. and his many friends are glad to seo'him out again - fl.OO PER YEAB Why Is It? IN ADVANCE Million Uuccesaor to Hargin St Denny WEDNESDAY JULY 12 - - - 1011 Telephone 467 Over 6Ute Bant & Truat Company TELEPHONE 294 Many DENTIST IQBDEB TOWNS, In Om and Partly In Another. A number of towns and Tillages in the United States aro situated on state boundary lines. The names of some of these are formed on the model of what Lewis Carroll called "portmanteau" words. Delmar and Marydell, for ex-ample, are on the line between Mary land and Delaware. Pen Mar Is on the Pennsylvania and Maryland line. Mo- ark Is named from Missouri (Mo.) and Arkansas (Ark.) . Texarkana Is partly In Texas and partly In Arkansas. is on or near tho Indiana line. State Line, which Is half in Connecticut and half In New York, with numerous Instances of the sort in other states, Is a self explanatory name. Other border towns whose names do not Indicate their position are Port Chester (New York and Connecticut), Blackstono (Massachusetts and Rhode Island), Westerly (Rhode Island and Connecticut), Kansas City (Missouri and Kansas), Guthrie and Fulton (each partly In Kentucky and partly In Tennessee), Harrises and Union City (In Indiana and Ohio), and Great Falls (New Hampshire and Maine). What Is virtually one town on the border boundary of Tennessee and Virginia Is legally known as Bristol on the side and Goodson on the Virginia side. A number of smaller towns might be added to the list New York Tribune. 1111-aTen-ness- , Richmond, Ky one talks about it Anv flavor made to order and delivered promptly. t Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone aud live slock insurance. tf Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every That Are Partly Mr. and Mrs. It" B. Tipton and family of Jrvln, spent the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Woolery. Misses Zella and Myrtlo Lamb, of Richmond, are visiting relatives hero. ' Mr. Irvine Owens Is on We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers For You. When you know any marriages, births, deaths, accidents, sale of land, crop or stock, Church news or lodge news, please telephone or write the Climax, so wo can let pcoplo in other parts of tho county know about it. We want clean news of every kind from everywhere. the sick list. Miss Grade Woolery was in Richmond last Monday shoping. Mr. J. J. Johnson, of Irvino, was hero for a short stay last week. Mr. Altfer Harris lias gono to Illinois, and Binders and Binder Twine We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows - to reside Miss Lillie Chrisman and Grace Dex cruests of Mrs. William Bo wen one day last week. ter Woolerv were tho If you are going to have a party have Ricci make your brick cream in that delicious manner. tf Burnam's Insurance Agency. Wo Insure tobacco in the field. Rates v cheap. tf Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old lino Compame f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Apt. W. W. Broaddus &Co., have excellent facilities for storage. Bring in your Mr. Tom Kindred and family spent the 1th, with Mr. J. H. Chrisman and family. A writer in the Berea Citizen is bemoaning the fact that the hustling little capital of Southern Madison is without a lawyer since the vivacious George Settle, was convicted in the circuit court on an ugly charge and then skipped, out. The writer goes on to say; What is the cause? Are there not enough to go around, or, perchance, is Berea so conspicuous for its fairness of dealing between man and man, and for the rectitude of conduct of its citizens generally that there is nothing for a lawyoMe do. It Is said there will be no lawyers in Heaven. Just why, we have often heard but have always thought it a lit. tie hard on the lawyers. Wo have usually been inclined to give the more charitable reason that heaven is a placer of happiness: a lawyer can not be happy when at leisuro, and since there is nothing doing in his line in Heaven, he would then shun tho place. And the Inforence, of course, would be the second of our alternatives that Berea domiciles no member of the .legal profession because of the fairness of her citizens and the rectitude of their conductbecause there is nothing doing in tho lawyers line. CarduiI z m The Wom an's Tonic I New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stoulfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order Humane Society. For Rent 60 Tooth Drag are the best Harrows Call and see these before buying wheat. 2-- tf For Rent Apply to 2tf He TAYLOR& OLDHAM ORANGES 15 cents per ' :v Dozen D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate & Son Telephone 35 L. Main Street A Rare Beauty bn of jewels is, and their rich lor and brilliancy and uni- - rery srem in cur nne coiiec- - je and exquisite setting ike them fit gifts for a leen. "We have everything it is new and novel in pins, igs, ear screws ana arops prices that are remarkable their low figure Couldn't Be Fooled About th Growth of th Trees. Brick for Sale A promoter for a rubber company A few thousand old brick for sale. was trying to pcrsuado Mr. Spongier tf J. D. King & Son. to Invest some of his savings in the . company's stock. The demand for rubber, he said, was worldwide and Kentucky Fair dates. constantly increasing. The company The following are the dates fixed for owned Immense forests of rubber holding tho Kentuoky Pairs for 1911 as trees and kept an army of workers far as reported: employed all the time in gathering the days. Versailles, August crude rubber. The output was enorC days. Lexington, August 7 mous, and the profits well, the scheme 8 5 days. Uniontown, August was certainly better than a gold mine. Vanccburg, August 9 idays. Lawrencebnrg, August 154 days. I have heard," said Mr. Spangler suspiciously, "that tho forests are beLcitchfielcd, August 15 I days. Burkcsville, August 15 1 days. ing exhausted." Broadhcad, Augst 10 3 days. "That's true to some extent," an 10 i days. Fern Creek, August swered tho other, "but we are not do- Shopherdsvillc, August 22 4 days. pending on the existing trees. We are days. Paris, September planting hundreds of square miles Lancaster, July 20 3 days. with now trees." London, August 22 4 days. "How long does It take for a tree to Erlanger, August 22 4 days. grow big enough to tap? Gcrmantown, August 3 days. Frankfort, August 294 days. "Only six or eight years." Somerset, August 80 3 days. "That won't go down with me," Said BardsVown, August 30 4 days. "My Mr. Spangler, with emphasis. Konticollo, September 5 1 days. wife has bad a rubber plant in the Alexandria, September 5 5 days. front parlor for six years, where It's days. Mount Oliver. September warm all the time, winter and sumHodgenvillc, Soptembor, 5 3 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, mer, and it hasn't grown a foot In all that time. No, sir; you can't fool me September 11 0 days. on that!" Youth's Companion. llorse Cave, beptembcr 204 days. Falmouth, September 27 4 daysf Mayfield, September 27 4 days. Man Eating Wild Men. In the celebrated "Travalles" of Ed ward Webb (1500) are dozens of stories that would make Munchausen turn green with envy. One of tho most cele brated of these is his story of the wild Every Night men of Prester John, which is as follows: "In the court of Prester Iohn there is a wllde man and another in the high street of Constantinople whose allowance Is every day a quarter of raw mutton, and when any man dyeth for some notorious offence then they are allowed every day a quarter Of man's flesh. These wilde men are chained fast to a post every day, the one in Prester Iohn's courtd, the other in the high street of Constantinople, each of them having a mantel! about their shoulders, and all over their bodyes they have wonderful long haire. They are chained by the neck lest they speedily devour all that cometh within their reach." You'll Be More 2-- .. Store room on First St. Dobrowsky. POSTED ON RUBBER. 23 55 2-- 54 New 2 story 7 room frame house on The local organization of the Humane Walnut St., bath room and sink good is alert this oppressive weather to see that dumb animals are not overworked, neighborhood. Apply to, W. D. Oldham Dry Goods Store or denied sulucient water and food 51 tf Since starting out sevoral months ago to better conditions in, Richmond, it has done a noble - and lastin- g- work. Miss Francis Watts with soveral other good women, who are intensely interested, have called the attention of the officers to soveral cases where dum animals wero neglected with the result that the Tho Hum- owners have taken notice. ano Society asks that tho owners of horses and mules lengthen the check-rei- n sufficiently to keep the plaro of tho sun from shining directly in tho eyes of What a person could these animals. Let us build you en inch not enduro for two seconds, by strap ad. in this paper; a col- -, and buckle, tho animal under tho care of human beings, is compelled to face omn ad., a page ad., or by tho hour. Is it a wonder thoro is so any old size ad. many blind horses? This condition is not limited to the animals owned by the 'poor and ignorant," but prevails among Let it tell In forceful terms: carriage horses, and tho horses and somo business houses. mules of Tho What you've got to sell Hurnano Society also asks that when What it's worth hones aro loft standing they be put in Why it's best at that price the shade when possible. Sometime, when driving the length of the vehicle futhor, on, or stopping a little way back shade can bo found; also by turning the Such an advertisement vehicle across tho street or around the in this paper will bring corner. Think what a relief this is to buyers who hardly knew the overheated animal! By laying the you existed before you hand on a horse's or mule's head one advertised. can realize the relief shade on tho head and oyes would bo. The head is some times so hot that it is unpleasant to IQWXbl. IKS. V.3LBJ touch. A wet spongue is relief made at home by experiened Tailors. . Over 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by George Marischen, Cutter Tailors. Reputation Ads. as Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price, Propsn J. B. STOUPFER. 222 West Main Street, ames & Htmley buy or sellyour house, 'arm 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 arecneed- ed. "We represent iron bound reInsurance Companies member this. "Will Moved I OPERA HOUSE Than Well Pleased F. J. YEAGER Going to Build? Lumber flMMll Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR mm mum mum i Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 The Climax "I $M0 Betsy's Pointers have never seen a woman with good sense but wh? had beauty enough to ma;e her self bighly agreeable-- If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at . Lackey & Todd rhe Home of Low Prices !ephonet;2 anduare Dealing Jd'pera Hou's'o Btiildiafr England's Uncrowned King. long line of kings which have Of with our moving picturos and re- ruled the England since the days of Wil fined vaudeville entertainment. liam the Conqueror, nearly 000 years' The best pictures, tho oleverost per- ago, there has been only one unformers make up tho programme, crowned king. King Edward Y., the boy king, who met an untoward fate in which is changed every day. the Tower of London In 1483, is the Our Moving Pictures only monarch who reigned without re ceiving the church's blessing or the And Refined Vaudeville formal homage of bis subjects. Some fit to be seen by women people include Lady Jane Grey among are always No objectionable England's monarchs. If this doubtful and children. claim is allowed England's only unaro permitted. features crowned queen ranks with Edward V. and deprives him of one distinction. Two Shows Every Night London First 7:15, Second 8:30. A Triumph of Imagination. ADMISSION, JO CENTS Tallandler told mo that a great archbishop of his acquaintance in Paris had set himself to make an exact de Announcements sign of the imaginary abbey of The-lcm-e, FOR REPRESENTATIVE minutely described by Rabelais, We are authorized to announco L. B and told him that if such an edifice were to be erected it would be the Herrington a candidate for to the office of Representative, subject most perfect building every known. to the action of the Democratic party. Conway's Autobiography. FOR SHERIFF Peace at Last. ELMER Wo nn ntithoriifd to flnnoun Mr. Hoon Scrapplngton and his wife DEATHljRAGK a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of have parted. Mrs. Hoon Good gra- Democratic party clousl What is the trouble? Mr. Hoon We nre authorized to announce JOIIN E. There isn't any trouble now. They BALDWIN n candidate for Sheriff of Mad-Iso- n countysubject to the action of the have parted. Smart Set Democratic party. V nre authorized to announce N. IL No Doubt In His Mind. lONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo Young Bachelor I often wonder if I party. cratic am making enough money to get marWe nre authorized to announce II. II. COLYKR a candidate for Sheriff of Madi ried on. Old Benedict Well, I don't son county, subject to the action of the know' bow much you're making, but Democratic party. you aln'tl Puck. Wenre hereby authorized to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheriff The Whole Period. of Madison County, gubjeet to .the action of the .Democratic party. "There Is a period in a woman's life when she thinks of nothing but dress." FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY "What period is that?" We ore authorized to announce R. H. "From the cradle to tie grave." CROOKK a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the .action of the Democratic Puck. party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Neither despise nor oppose what We are authorized to announce BEN I A thou dost set an deretan. WUUa ui MIX i. mjuwakds, a canmaate tor su. nerlntendent of Public Schools of Madison Perm. county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Wash those Pimples Off. We are authorized to announce. Wm. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public schools oi piaatson uounty.party sub Use D. D. D. that mild, soothing ject to the action of the Democratic wash, that recognized remedy for Ec FOR JAILER zema and all skin troubles. First drops We nre authorized tootinounceMORG AN take away that awful burning itch, TAYLOR h candidate for Juiierof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cleanse tno sum wash away eyory pimple every impurity. Nothing liko cratic party. FOR ASSESSOR D. D, D. for the complexion. . We are authorized toonnomiceGEORGE Get a 25c trial bottle today.worth NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action o ten times its cost to have a bottle in the Democratic partr. tho house. At any rate, drop into our We are authorized to announce W. F. 1ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Mad store to talk over the merits of this ison county, subject to the action of the wonderful prescription. Democratic party STOCKTON & SON We are authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Call on Covington & Thorpe -- for gro Madison county subject to the action, of the Democratic party. cedes. You will sftve 10 cents, on evi FOR COUNTY CLERK dollar. bl . 4; We are authorized to announce LuRueC. a candidate for County Clerk i" House Dsn .Breck, fire, lightning,- cycloa Xa&ison county, subject to the action Tit-Bit- s. -- One Five feet Milwaukee Mower, One Steel Rake One Three Wheel Sweep Rake, Are all new machines. A lot of repairs for these machines. One six horse power Hagan Gasoline Engine, " Two Cycle Two Cylinder Gasoline Motor, One " " One fourteen horse power Four Cycle Two Cylinder Gaso- ine Motor. These motors are just the thing far motor boats etc., The en gines have been used but are as good as new. Alss have 100 squares Rubber Roofing one, two and three ply which I will sell for $1.15. $1.35. and $1.65. oer square. And one large power nowCutting Box. ForSalc To Make Room For Plumbing Goods J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Aent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky IT D. IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH R Freeman AT ONCE IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD THAN TO WAIT UNTIL to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and sor licit 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 to please Yours for Fresh Goods will-guarante- Grocery & Meat Market Have Moved My e All this material must be sold at. once; Call or Phone Richmond 4arryM Blanton, -- .naly trOOct tn Bennett DENTIST Hnli-iD- g- rKLJif nuns las J. R. PARKE Telephone 39 Heating & him Company B. H. Corner B. & Water Streets F. Hurst Prop. DOTY, e.SURVEYOR & HERRINGTON Irvine Street m Tfflcmsm i Repeating Shotguns The U. S. Army authorities know a. gun; that is why, when they decided to equip some troops with repeating shotguns, they selected the Win Chester in preference to all other makes. The experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also know a gun; that's why.after submitting a Winchester Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they pronounced it safe, sure, strong and simple. If you want a shotgun buy the one whose strength and reliability led the U. S. Army authorities to select it and the U. S. Ordnance Board to endorse it that's the Winchester. solicage of those its patronneeding ser vices of a competent man. nuuress, BICHMOND, KENTUCKY. GREENLEAF Office The Home is Not Complete Without a Lawyers inDouglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House REFRIGERATOR and Above AH USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. a First-cla-ss One and every owner We keep thebest one on the. ATTOaKYAT-L- A , market op- - . SlJJHMOND, - KENTUCKY. Jfflce over State Bank & Trnst Co., yosite Court House, on Main Street. will testify to its great worth. The main secret in this one is'its cork lining:. non-conductor H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Cork is THE RELIABLE REPEATERS acknowledged by scientists to be the best of heat, and the manner in which it is used in this Re- frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your while .? o jt j Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Queen & Crescent Route Special Excursion to Specialty. Office in Bank Building. CN.O.&T.P.Ry. In Connection With Asheville, N. "Land of tho Sky" C. Dr. Robt C. Boggs Dentist Office "Sapphire Country" .Southern Railway Telephone 267 in Oldham Building The Ideal Vacation Spot WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, '11 Special train leaves Lexington 9 p. m., consisting of Pullman Dravving Edam Sleeping Cars, Pullman Observation Cars and Modern Day Coaches, electrically lighted. Dining Cars serving all meals. Dr. C Inarj CcJleie QredaateMcKllI!ppVie 1 ot OblcsEO. 1 H. Mainhart 0. B. Shackelford Telephone 33 Co. Veterinary Surgeon Office at J. R. Azblll's Stable ' Office Phone 99 1 Kichmond, Ky Res. Phone 533 J Main Street, West Iaexington to 1! ll Tow Round Trip Fares Ashvilfe, N. C. Hendcrsonville, N. WayiKSvilw) N. C. ) C $70 S&50 $9.50 For Sale. I have a spWadid carriage for sale, Brewster, la fee condition, it is a a depot wagon, carry four or five people. It has both summer and winter side doors, pol and shafts. I also have a set 61 had ma4e carriage harness aad a large tBtle ksraese horse all of which I wilt MtiiVrorth akt Toxaway, N. C. Stop-Over Final Limit to Return Until .Tuly 2, 1011 DWerse 'Route going direct and returning via Chattanooga (Lookout MounPrivileges. tain), pr vice versall.50 additional. Liberal Information, booklet and sleeping car reservations, write I, He ;0. KING. jj Pahd I. A. MaWu Lexington, Ky " W. A. BEOKLBR, Gen. Pass. Aent ingaiis is lag., UMeiMwu, unto tke mooy. Make jear home as seders for year family aa oity ret aad place yourself in a position to get the latest autrket qaetfttieeaat any time. This can be accomplished by meass ef ear teJefibeae service, Kbs yea and. yoar aftighbor en get for a swaa that (a sssaH eetirei with the be. efifs received. Call or addree oar nearest or write efeeet to Kjedqaertere NaebviHe. Teaaeseee, far laiermatteB regard! ear geeoinl "Parsem' LiaV rate I at present yea r sot ejoyi VetephoM aryie, r i atereatysa, OnrHaeseow the 9M ot KsaUekv. Toanonce, LouUwma sad the Seathera aettiea at laiaaa, aad XWaeta. Mr Farmerr defies- - Rural Telephones oee a&iTiive stock-insuranc- tf w rr Br. CImwm 4AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO.r ii I iKMIIIl lilllillllllll lll'ill HH I WBBmammda'"- - 1 .fr' ' 'g' Ji 7 ll ll I' When You of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time - that will make your home more comfortable,' , Jt is difficult for most' . Add something each year No Let Up On Price Cutting You will be surprised, though, how- rapidly .your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New ' Up-to-Date On Fine Suits Never before have we .sold so many fine suits, never before had we so many to sell, and there are still hundreds f ft. Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. BENNETT and HIGG1NS UNDERTAKING Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, arid splendid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, lones, chunks, and H regulars models to fit all men priced lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky, big lots as follows Divided into four Dr. M. Dunn Specialist omoKejCuban s 5c New Front In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Mr. Con Taylor is bavinz a modern and THROAT Richmond, Ky front put in his building adjoining the JLam Bldg. tf State Bank & Trust Co., and when comoream at RIccFs Ti.at good ice pleted it will add to the looks of the Buniam s Insurance Agency writes all business section of the city. It is now -4tf occupied by Taylor & Oldham, the Js. hustling hardware firm. JseoW, W. Breaddus & Co. for all 21 .is of storage. It here. OrCer one of those Juicy steaks from The Coronation of England's King ca Phone 125. and Queen will be gived in Richmond Ccme to Owen MoKee, Richmond; for the benefit of the people here. r riil wmw. Manager Baxter of the opera house v :r,r nrv fochib ixttu. uuuwua. wijl tf be one of the first of the Southern why not you. 2 anJ is the time of year to feed your theatrical men to show this wonderful T? 1.1 a mires film. It will be in a few days. Watch a. ftjs - kwu rvn ni J T- t- the dale. x.C.era, IvOUU, urauca, vftuavi 19.50 our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e 5uits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weaves tailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now tor q i d All 10.U Honest values at $ 5, $ 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 1 1 $12.50-slaughtered 7.U Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices 1 -- 5ee you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $ 8 to $20. , These are also Kenton Handmade and fine enough for any man. Every suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring For Twelve-Fift- y 1 . " No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices . net only keeps them - healthy, but finrA i i- - T).1aa fin Hopkin's $1.50 straw hats for 31.00 Rice & Arnold's. v : Pay G uaranteed by your druggists, 5exton Busy. cckton & Son. Try it under the guarantee. Ask for John Sexton, the busy gents furnisher, is making the advertising columns of . ollet on disease of poultry. the Climax intensely Interesting .this Lost week with a clearance sale. Many A pale red heifer, 2 years old whh valuable bargains can be secured at hurl horns Left my place Thursday. this' time of the season, so .read all about I S. Sams, Chas. Colyer place near this one. 4U-a- m Getting Ready. Camp Destroyed. Costly. What He Wanted. "Now, this car," said the agent, callA. J. Suit, proprietor of the Racket Messrs Paul Burnam, Robert Buraam, The R. J. ReyaoWs Tobaeeo Cc.. The Christian Church and Bible Farm News ing Blllups' attention to a handsome ,mc. pxtra fine seed wheat at $1.00 ' Yet Kavanaugh Was a Daring Rider limousine in the corner, "is a dandy. store, has begun the remodeling of his Ed Smith, Overton Harber. William which is in realty the Aaerieaa Teeae-c- o &: School will run an excursion to Frank- for- Wallace and Harry Bybee, who comt bushel. trust, has suffered a great deal tfefe and a Famous Sportsman. fort Friday, J.uly 14th. The train will runs so smoothly you wouldn't building on Main street, Hems ol Inleresl to The FarR. P. McCerd & Son, For the City ot Richmond for Far and away the most Interesting It were In it Rides Just like merly occupied by H. R. Tevis barber pose a camping party to Look 10 on the summer at the hands of tfee Bfeegrass kfcow you leave the L & N. depot 7:15 A. M., remer, the Grower and the Red House, Ky. Mr member and In many ways the most a rocking chair." shopmnd hopes to get in by early fall. Kentueky river, near Ford had the mis- league pfeyers, by havtegr the big bull turning at 6:40. Tickets, adults 81.00 Stockman. Past Six Months Shows remarkable man who has ever sat In "What do von think I am an es- - The building will extend back about fortune to lose a greater part of their sign bit. So far six pfcyars have hit for the round trip; children from 5 to Great Crop. the house of commons was the Right caped inmate of an old lady's home?" seventy five feet, making one of the camping outfit last Friday by fire. A the sign, getting fifty defers each ami increase of Population. 12, 50 cents. Hon. Arthur Kavanaugh. who sat for demanded Blllups. "I want a car that most commodious and desirable store gasoline torch exploded, setting Are to twenty five heme raits have been talkeWhat a great - earn orop Madison Weil, tho noted cattle buyer, Mr. Sim .t it, and pur Carlow from 18C9 to 1SS0 under condi I'll know I'm in when I'm in rocmng rooms in the city. Mr. Tevis has moved the tent. Several members ot the party d, eaeh of whiefc earns the feeky r uniy will have tills year it everytHiiig Schafhausen. Registrar of Vital was busy in this county last week, Jnn Dixon. tions which would baTo been impos- when I go out looking ror a his barbershop to First street in the lost aI their clothes, besides other player 72 pakages ef Bull Durham favorable from now on, ana lis and vicinity in ' chasing several choico bunches or ex sible for almost any other man. chair I'll go to a furniture store ana Building formerly occupied by Mike articles that were in the tent. The cook, tobacco. Louis Dixon aged 45 died after a Statistics for Richmond The tefeaeoe rom Mr. iiarvey nenamt uu kiiE'.si a surety wai it win. nw wn. eeKiy. Kavnnangh was born without arms not to a garage." Harpers k weth tho records for the past porters. consumption at his a summary of Peters, soft drink parlor. Oh account who was sleeping close by was awaken- 350 and the Bull prfees wilt 3S00. fet now and roastinff years have lingering illness ofCity Friday morning. six months shows that there has been boueht 30 at $0.00 and S0.2a, wmcn or legs he was. in fact, a mere trunk fed. of the popularity of this tonsorial shop, ed by the light of the flames aad suc- This amount is a sesaH festgsMoant 1,500 and man. And yet aJe their appearance. It will be but home near Union The Juice There Willi ...... suoouieui. .llv. n m He leaves a wife and five children. His 81 births against 59 deaths,of showing an averaged nearlyBaldwin hewero corngrass of a from which most be performed a l got 51 Now, it will enjoy an excellent patronage no ceeded in beating out the fire before any SHtn, to hand baek whea it is koewn men with their fonthuslastlcallv) feat a 'cw days urmi ihis From Thomas 2i. population funeral services were conducted by Rev. increase in the wishes to call the at fed at $5.75 and from Sid Noland 30 at full complement of membera might my specialty is wurs. uwuu, mo matter where it locates. Mr. Suit further damage was done. A new teat what inmease preAls were mule by set out before the hungry folks. The Recistrar Vanderpool Saturday morning at the young. Do you think there Is a good claims he will have one of the prettiest was ordered and by Saturday evening the tehaeee trost eff ef MadiseH OMinty to the fact that a $0.00. The two latter are lor August .well have shrunk. Strapped on to his saddle, ho was Union Oily Baptist church, thence his tention of the people New Partner. stores in the city when he gets settled. the camp was in tip top shape. farmers the past year. The aempany not complete wuu- - delivery and will weigh close to 1,500 at one of the most skillful and daring opening here? Birth Certificate is ... In the Richmond cemetery. tl The Chief (doubtfully) Well, we should offer 1100 to all hitting Mm sign Mr (lienault Duncan has purohased burial out the child's name, it n can i uo shipping time. meat riders to bounds In all Ireland. On don't, as a rule, believe in giving Ladies White canvas oxfords $1.00 Began Monday. aad 2.00 werth et tebaeee fer a hone n .air interest Sa the livery, teed and furnished the doctor at the time or one occasion. It is said, "the saddle to the kids, but say- - an hours extra. Rice & Arnold's. Going Up. father, B. K. s .e stable business of his The Postal Savings Bank for Rich- ran. be sent to the local gravy, you Know all in this turned under him, nnd the horse trot- stew-the- re'll birth, be the Tho hog markot is about IJjcan, on Irvine street and took The incessant prosecutions of the registrar, Mr. Schafhausen, as soon as county, e buyers have nearly clean- ted back to the stable yard with his mond was opened for business lost Monthere'll be the gravy. Sydney Bulle Looks O'Rear. July. Mr. Duncan government against the sugar trust has possible. the first ot day in the postoflke and Postmaster & N. moro are left. master banging under him, his hair tin. ed up the yield. "A few As the Climax goes to press it looks Wallace received several small sums. lias been in the iastiraRce business for stirred that octopus up and it is making The following is the numoer ot oinus Joe Oldham shipped two car loads last sweeping tho ground, bleeding proThe L A X. railroad awnomiecd last Another Suggestion. 5 mtiime. The new change will the poor man feel tho weight. Sugar and deaths for each month ana otner week purchased at $0.00. Benton and fusely. He merely cursed the groom as if Judgo O'Rear will be nominated Mr. Hubert Griggs, assistant postmaster, Saturday that there wM be a straight The new Pullman prices seem fair by the Republicans of Kentucky as has been anxious for several weeks, to per with emphatic volubility, had himself lengthen the firm, as the junior mem- - has advanced nearly a quarter per interesting statistics: si e eat. raise to take ecTeet at esee 5 Evans shipped two car loads last weeh. more safely readjusted and rode oat er than formerly," said one traveling wide ac- - hundred in the past two weeks and now r is a hustler and eneyes a their . standard bearer for Governor have the honor of being first depositor among the shop men. Thta wiM effect Thero were 18 births and C deaths in purchased at same figure. They also once more." man. mtanoe throughout the country. ueaius in shipped 32 cattle which averaged 4 cents. that canning time is here, it will fall January; 12 births and "They're not," replied the other. "I in November. The Madison delegation at the local bank and was waiting early about a dezea men here, who eempose this, So remarkable was the sight of lino Monday with bis dollar. All members the shop ferae, where Mght repaks ealy heavily on the common . people. The February; 11 births and 11 deatns in pink clad trunk perched on his big don't care anything about a reduced left Tuesday morning, feeling in Fine country hams just received knew just when to advance March; 18 births and 13 deaths in April; octopus horse that a child who once saw him charge for an npper berth. What I shape for the two davs convention. ot the force made small deposits. Every are dene. It will net effect tae shop u.:on"s. 10 In Mercer county Sanders & Norton dashing out of a wood ran shrieking want is a prohibitive cost to the man O'Rear was always a favorito here, as resident of the county should investigate employes ef the L. & A. A sfeepsaaa the price. 12 births and 7 deaths in May; and Wills Easy. was plainly shown in the convention lost the Postal savings bank Idea and get a making $4 will get 34.20, see making have bought 0,000 lambs at from 5 to 0 to her mother, exclaiming: "Oh. mum- who snores." Washington Star. births and 9 deaths" in June. Its There. Saturday. Governor Cox has soveral copy of the rules and regulations from 38 will receive $8.15. deaths, 9 were infants under cents. About 8,000 of these have been my, I've ec en Satan himself I I've seen twirler. Wills, was Of the The Aaether proLooks Bad. very staunch friends, but the sentiment Postmaster Wallace. Richmond and Madison county people, one year of age; 2, from one to four shiDDed. and the remainder will go him sure enough!" gressive move whloh the L. & N. has nocked out of the hex last Saturday at time afraid Baker is not long was for the Montgomery county man. up to this Bacon I'm Kavanaugh was also on enthusiastic W j richest er by his former team mates who sojourn at the several noted springs vears inclusive: and 11 aged 05 years later, They tell that under consideration, and whieh has alsheep rejected oy yachtsman .and was the first to assert for this world. Begins Monday. d ready reached a stage, is and Richmond won the game by the of the State, during the summer months and over; There were 14 deaths of thoy have never had a was In addition to instructing for O'Rear the Eebert Why, I didn't hear He " the right of M. P.'s to moor their craft Madison county Republicans also inyore of 1 to 2. The Pioneers journeyed should never fail to cill for the Olimar, Tuberculosis. There were reported 33 an inspector ai iiieir The Estill Circuit court will begin its the projeot to pension the okl employes opposite the houses of parliament. He sick? Sunday, and before a I as this paper goes to all the places fre- - deaths and 60 births by the white account of scabies. to ,rWell. I don't know that he is yet, structed for James Wallace, of Estill July term next Monday at Irvine and of the read. A canvass of the shops went on a shooting expedition to AlL. W. Berthurum, the docket contains several very im and the general offices was made seme Colts to the tune quented by Madison county people for people; and 20 deaths and 21 births by li,z crowd walloped the bania and published a charming book but hi wife's about to begin to do her for Treasurer and The the colored people. of Mt. Vernon, for Auditor. Judgo Bur-na- port ant cases. Hon. Grant Lilly repres weeks ago with a view to determining 1 3 to 4 Lexincton will come this weeK I tneir pleasure aunng j.neir siay. Sterling Advocate: Hall & Camp on his experiences, illustrated with ad- awn. cooking." yantera Statesman. Mt. was chairman ot the convention ents the Plaintiff in the suit to recover the eligibility of variens efcl employes I rtwocames. Tuesday and Wednes- - management will take pleasure at any bell will begin shipping 4.UW0 export mirable photographs taken by himself, , sUDDlyinK you with of these daces in here and C. C. Wallace, L. V. Dodge, 330.000 from the contracting firm that of the road. The advance will meaa an uay Opera House. New Jersey the 15th. They while among his favorite pastimes lambs to Bridget. I feel so. ill I wish you J. N. Hendren, Waller Bennett and D. had charge of the work of building the additional expenditure on the part ot the news from home thru the Climax. evening the worn nit hnncrht in this county at six were angling and tree felling. nnd $1.00 negligee shirts in town most famous exploit, however, would not go out today. Couldn't you P. Black were committoe on resolutions. lock and dam at Irvine, when Elijah the road of about $250,000 a year. The best His Men's low cut shoes at reduced v.iud veille bill atthe opera house will be cents. was his ride rrom rsorwny to maia. get what you are going for Just as Rice & Arnold. Stewart met his death. This case is a great Sivade, only prices-As- k to see them hummer. Tho Accompanied by two friends, he rode well tomorrow?" Served Gratis. very important one and will be hotly Theyr'e Coming. Holland-Rymel- l. "Faith an Ol can tomorrow or anny Rice & Arnold. across Russia to tne Caspian sea. living flexorignalist and Mauric Prince Within the last, week Boyle county contested. Stewart was knocked from day. I was goln out to get mesiir a Wayne presenting the An event of great importoaee te the thence to Astrakhan and Astrabad Thomas Morrison, Chief Clerk of the and Gertrude Mr John Holland and Miss Lawrence farmers have sold 443 fat cattle, weigh and through Persia, laughing at the new Jon." Harpers uazar. an abutment and drowned. The case ot Alcorn. the real levers of Shakaipeare will be State- - Department, testified last week great juggling jollification. RvmeH, both of this oity, were quitely ing about 1,500 pounds, all but one perils and fatigues of a Journey which Mrs. Amelia Allen, who is charged with the appearance ot the Cebura Players, .Mrs. Prudencia Alcori, one of the before the House Committee on Expenper pound. married Saturday evening, July 8, 1911, bunch bringing 0 murder, which was transferred from which aggregation ef exeelteat actors Ancient Instance. might well haTe daunted even the faOff for Florida. Senator McCreary was tho YT. oldest residents of Southern Alaaison ditures, that at lhe Methodist narsonaire. Rev. G. These sales will bring over forty thous- mous Colonel Burnaby. crossed the Alps, Hannibal had Breathitt, is on the criminal docket. will eome to the College earapfis on the u- - J R.im naean and family of Tho bride is I passed away last Saturday at her home CWcLfield officiating. and dollars, of Eastern money to that "Now.'Uie cried, "I'm going to make only member of the International Kavanaugh. who was the father of afternoon and evening ot the 18th, ia Commission that had served Mallory springs, nne was m uer Silver Creek left yesterday for Lakeland, county. Arbitration lie second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. near four handsome sons and daughters, all Rome howl!" Close Call. two of the great Englishman's plays, born and reared Florida, where they will make their In snite of his victorious campaign,! gratis Chairman Hamilton, of the com perfectly formed, was carried into the J V RymelL of this oity. and is a very sixty first year and was ... Carthaginians sub - miuee, had called on Morrison to say people Uncle Tidy" Williams who resides viz, "Taming ot the Shrew" and "Mach house of commons on the back of an however, the fickle home. They aro most estimable The groom is a in inai 5eCl.uu charming young lady. mm. were ""'""w I wnftt sums jf any had been paid mem on the Irvine pike about a mile from the Ado About NothiBg". The Coburn "J and excellent citizens, ive regret vo In Boyle county Mr. G. P. Merrick attendant, and was certainly one of sequently worked the recall on bun of Mrs. Sam Gordon and is a very lunerai services Sunday, at tne 1'noi loose them. Before going Mrs. Hagan this week sold to Mr. Monlo Fox what the keenest and ablest of legislators or Chicago Tribune. B.ev. Clarke, bers of various commissions during 1011. city, is looking for the person that either Players wereherelastseason and deHjht- prosperous young man. and finding Mr. McCreary's name as a tried to poison him.or else plav a very ed two large and appreciative audiences. Knob church, of which she was a called us up and asked that the Climax is said to bo the best bunch of export his time. London Those Questions. member of Arbitration Commission in serious joke. A friend sent him a bottle The company is high class aad is known devout member. A husband and sever- follow them. Our best wishes go with cattlo that has gone out of the State of Killed The Horse. "Had a juncture, my friend?' CHANCES OF LIFE. cluded it for the specific reason that the ot lino brandy, and after sampling it. in th eat deal circles as a top no toner. season. There were 70 al children survive her. Kentucky this them. T r.it. 1Vi1nwlav The chauffeur looked up 'and swal Kentuckian was a Democrat. afternoon Mr. John set it away in his store. A few hours The Committee in charge bavj complehead and the average weight was 1.007 lowed his feelings with a huge gulp. Mdvmney, the well known resident of Two Games Farm Sold. I knew that Senator McCreary had afterwards, ho felt his (hirst coming on ted all details and the performances propounds. They were corn fed. Mr. Figures That Indicate Your Probable "No, sir," he replied. "I'm Just ti.e Red House neiehborhood, came Lexington isplayingtwogameaherethis Future In Years. Boyle changing the air in the tires. 'Xhe received nothing, as Morrison testified," for another "swig" of the liquor and he mise to be the leading sooial events of James T. Ferriell, the energetic real Fox also bought from other and yon ever wonder how long yon other lot's worn" out. you know.' ver near meeting with an awful death. week. Yesterday and Do tne Pio Bourbon said Mr. Hamilton, "but I "did not want tooK two Dig swallows, tie was sur the summer season here. Tiekets en estate man. sold yesterday for Mrs. county stockmen and from Cob-ur- n I was during a wind storm and he was are going to live? Ask nn actuary, the to make fish of Democrats and fowl of prised to discover that someone had put sale at Perry's drug store. The neers are walloping the Colts from the Hume, her farm on the Marlon county parties 430 hoad of ex man who figures It all out for the life Idea. 1 " 'lag from the Boonesbo rough road to Fayette capital. The next games on the Players organization is composed Republicans, so I, included all tho wood alcohol in his bottle, but members Old porters, all for.the New York Butcher's Sneedwell road, known as the Insurance companies nnd who can tell F.ea House. A large tree suddenly fell Better. names, mere was noining sinister ot the family wore unable to explain its ot students of standard plays who have home crounds will ba Tuesday and r.ur four and one half Association. The averago price w with almost supernatural precision. "Thenfalnl no doubt," said Deacon about tho inquiry. We wore jns presence. There were several in the appeared before the leading universities UIl across the road, crushing tho horse and Wednesday, when Maysville comes lor t?.ni fBWJ ahaut R. .25 per hundred. miios fmm the citv. to Charles He'll tell you that if you are 20. and rt(raV. l(lV.n 4tr nil orolTTlIn' TMf0 I ,,: , and , ( kuuax him almost instantly, ,Tr,c store during tne time the bottle was throughout the East, Soath and middle The Rivermen have been In good health, chances are 12 to fcnw at $110 per acre. the buggy, It was one strengthened and are determined to win Barnet. of Berea, uareiy missing laid away. A physician was hurriedly west. ment on various commissions. yoaH live beyond SO. For lenger Neal Chosen. that innl. hut it Knrt a' strikes me that it .. . . There are ninety acres in the tract and mi n narrowest of escapes and a most They have attracted widespread'atten-tiona- t t, life he'll offer these odds: To be 40, it oTOtTiin slight better to testimony acquitted Mr. lieu eary or called and an antidote was administered 111 W well improved, " the landMs At a meeting of tho Directorate of the 5Hi to 1: to be GO, 3 to 1; to be CO, 1 3 peculiar accident. Columbia, narard, Yate and with good results. "Uncle Tidy" claims Pinnoprs srft also in the fight for th please wherever you go." any participation in extravagance. able to I .v. ., Blueerass Leaguo held in Lexington to 1. But he'll say that you have less be mill trot their its the closest call he had ever exper most of the universities and colleges In make this explanation because, as Browning's Magazine. lightning, cycioneinrsmuuu.s Kills Woman. Dan Breck, fire, Monday, Dr. TJssery, of Paris resigned, than 1 chnnce in 2& to bo 70, less than gubernatorial candidate, the mention of ienced and if it was meant for a joke, he the country where they have appeared money s a 1 in 5 to be SO and only 1 chance in and live stock insurance. yearly. Oliver Broaddus, formerly of this city, and Capt. William Neal, of Louisvillo failed to see it in that light. Hit Ailment his name may bo misconstrued. Denies Guilt but who has been a resident of Lexing groat base ball leader was chosen. This 100 to bo 00. "What's the matter with your neph Supposli you are SO. Tour chances Alice Ely is a wise, move, since Dr. Ussery has ew that's sick over at Skeedee? Althoueh the finger of guilt is point-- ton for several years, stabbed decided to quit the place, as it is best to run this way: To be 40, 11 to 1; to be Monday morning, at "Oh, he prescribed for himself out at Lewis Ross, the negro to death last ingstrongly 60. 4W to 1: to be CO. 2 to 1; to be 70, of a doctor book," replied the old the murder resort in the "Red Light" district in have tho President of the league in 80, 1 In 5J; to who is in jail charged with codger, "and nearly killed himself with gave himself up. city where there is no team. Dr. 4 chances in 10; to be MID-SUMME- R of young Patiie Harris, the sixteen year that city. He later fine official and all be 00, J in 100. a misprint. Puck. Broaddus was formerly a butcher here Ussery has made a Or 40 years old. Actuaries' odds are old negro girl, he stoutly aenies i He is directors were exceedingly 'sorry to see To You rwi tviro n verr pood roDUtation. be 60. 8 3 to 1: to be CO, 2 to 1 and claims he will be able to prove his Na Lste Information. him quit. Fleming Meek, of Versailles, to be 70, 5 chances ont of 10; to be 80, examining trial nas a son of the late Ruben Broaddus, innocense. His Teacher (to new pupil) Why did was also a candidate. 1 in 5 plus, to be 90, 1 in 100. naay ami wuui j this county. TTannihni cross the Alps, my little been set Jor.noxt prospects are fig s' mfln7 Attnmev Jackson says he will nave a You ured: To be CO. 4 to 1; to be 70,' Opens Monday. I didn't know ha Vcw Pnnll-W- hr. lot of damaging evidence against the about IV. to i: to be 80. only 1 in S At no season is embroidery so wpnt. ma'am. When did he start? boy. Th institute for white teachers of to be 00. 1 in 100. Round Trip From Married suitablo as now. Milwaukee SentincL Madison county opened ai. uaiuweii Say yea are CO. It runs this way at Letters. Advertised Hish school auditorium Monday with Dainty Mid-summthat age'fl To be 70, 2 to 1; to be 80, His Early Training. chance lit 4; to be 00, 1 In 00. John Allen. Miss Mollie Blackwell. Sunt. John Noland as uirector ana Lingerie Miss De Toting That handsome and Bring the family If yoai are 70 your chances of turn ronne man Is so impetuous.' He siatf Sunt. Coates, Instructor. The largest air. Annie Camnbell. and All Way Stations ing the '30 year mllepost are a to a; Roger Eadw. Mr. Clay Green Mr. Carlos attendance ever known is nero ana let us make an artisply carcles everything before him. Regular Train 7:22 A. M. . most successful moeting is expected, to be 00, 1 in 50. They say Bertie uaies, jx. Miss Eva. Miss Oldham Naturally. Garrett MUs EIchtTryear-oI- d men and women tic group . Hamilton, Mrs. Betiie R. Johnson, mt. Miss Nannie Boudlnot was cuosen use to be a waiter. Chicago News have only J chance in 17 to stave off he Moorre assistwrn Twis. Mr. Clarence Maddox, Mr. secretary with Miss Etta young women Shop is headquarters for all that tb funeral until after uu ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50. This includes your board and Rice, ant, and these efficient Stuns. is "new in Embroidery Ideas. T. B. Myres, Lyman Bros. Mr. D. no hone for if tos' are 00 there's Mrs. Hoyle What sort of a man did to the several routes in the" Cave. o One evening .or a promenade or dance ScMegel Studio Miss Faria Sanders, Mrs. Nora Smith, win have & commele account ot tne Vyou. TbJi actuaries have no figures. youget7. w, institute in next week's Climax. Mad! Stamping a Specialty tfttr Smith. Miss Mary &miwi ...... v. yuuuciwui VwCiVJiHCl'U Mrs. Doyle He was a blond jime Smith (3). R. W. b'chott, son can boast ot having the best looking XHrec-Dayvr Embroidery done to order. Prices 5. J. McGauhey r T - i' with a brunette heart New Terk q Tinino "... IITO lot of teachers of any county in the miss name .r t . ' reasonable and satisfaction guarjut. U .I. jci.r. w. Press. iSP- vt m liAiie livens.. tr. n I . state, and if you dont believe It, just go For Rent Ticket Afeat Write or Phone L. anteed. Friends and patrons InXOfBWi direction out. The singing, under the vited to inspect stock Wood. Buraam's Insurance Agency will bowl Store L'oobi on First Stj Apply to f HU Vary Travnor. is worth the best made tat r you. 2tf . A. Dobriwsky Maahttaa shlrts-th- e ltimeoill vWlors. St Arnold. Sole Agents. Rice For Sale. ijerly It Covington and Banks ; Excursion to Frankfort Vital Statistics LEGLESS AND ARMLESS. m 1 ic m uu il w 1 i uld as-ih- L . u tf ubuu' well-deae- ' m Toq-True- """' ,"" 1 Tit-Bit- s. to-da- y, tn V jjiuuua,.u1u.ilu... M ,M.ii., ,1,, t " wu. r,. 2-- w Haven't Been Photographed 5ince Were the Year asu. 1-- FIfty-yiiar-old- . Mammoth Cave VACATION TO er Roberts 5. Tuesday Richmond July 18 s ad-miss- ica lhe v, A Grand Oiitinir -- - fc H fe- y-' SMSKTSi-- i 5 it J Ladies Low AH Cuts FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS a child ctbs We are In receipt of Utters from miA and gtnil. in person that xaxe w, can pxiwn Mrs. Eva Gaskjas, 304 Madison St, M wen ait ahai no eaual for children, Topekt. Kan, and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la-s, ill fact, many work a aad old peojk. Wagoner, Okla., as well others, telling about th wohdtrful re It aroates int low e ftstric jice suits they have secured in the cure of and by a peculiar action trains the by their stomach and liver troabksPep- stomach and.bowel muscles to ajrain the use f Dr. Caldwell's Syrup do their work naturally, and in time sin. medicines of,' all kinds can be disThis remedy, as all readers doubt-!- c pensed with j A free sample bottle lftinw. has been before the pubhc can dc nau j jr iriiii vy sciiuws jruut for a generation and Is now being address to the doctor, for in this more extensively used than ..any other way Mrs. Gaflrinds, Mr. Gavellas and remedy for stomach, liver and bowel first learn ea ot tne cure. rnmntsliitc Arenrdinr to reliable tes Later, when latisped it is the remedy be a very quick you need, ddjas others are dotag and timony, it seems to and lasting cure for constipation, in- buy k of yiH- dniggiH at fifty cents digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, and obc dollar a bottle. biliousness, headaches, sour stom For the free sample attress Dr. W. ach, iraa on the stomach, drowsiness 40? Caldwell building, after eating and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell.jU, is a liquid with tonic effect, and so Monticello, For Sale by STOGKXON'a DRUG STpBE many-others the ktesCSyles Ir tew cuts. Que, two, three and four straps In patent leather and vicl kid, also velvets. All "Kadollffe" Jew cuts 3250 and $3 .Other grades $1.2G, $1.50 1 and $2 Suppose you were judged hy youfiejtl d & G. Corsets Our Boys' Clothing Stook js entirely too large and in order this stock we wlll makje record breaking low prices " 97.00 All $10.00 and $12.50 Boys Suits " 7.50 and i 0.00 " 7.00 0.00 and 3.9S 5.00 Bays' Suits Other good Suits very cheap f" - t t i HI Sayf how how would you stand? You get proper footing always at our big stores " . ; : Men's Soft Collars, 15 cents t Good Team Will Takes Views. A. Knuckle, truant of Director of the Manual Training Department at the High school, has just returned from a vacation to his old home in Mercer county, and while there he took many views of tho. now High bridge that has just been completed over the Kentucky river on the Q. & C. road. Mr. Knuckle is one of the best amaleur photogra phers in the country and his outdoor views have commanded high prices. It is only a "side line" with him during vacation months, but he has pictures of every point of interest in Kentucky and his keen kuowledge of just what it takes to make a strong picture is shown when one observes li is work. Mr. John ficer and Represent Richmond in the Second Division ot the Blue&rass League Sclhoss Baltimore Clothes "The Clothes Beautiful" CLOTHES "Wundor Hose-- always the man who spends the wost money for clothes who gets Ym have to knew fabric, style aod tailoring before you can spend Mil toad taiteriag' We're ready to put you through a series , TnrnMir . Yoo a't obKrnie vcmrseir a bit by taking advantage ofin this offer. America. the very flaest examples of olothes from perfect fabrics. We'll be glad to teU you you 'owXaVaZe we ll no eajberra. you by aakteg you feol as though stockhad of TjiSTH "OrtffM Ctethes" re all wool. In order te reduce our Swnter Grittoa Suit, we make the following prises: (rUif $16 and $80 Suite aow $15 iMxaSl.56 Suite bow ULS9 m4 513.00 Suits how n. 4 Tuuk7m .ITI a Box Our entire stock of the regular at One-half McCall July Magazine, 5c 5c Matting Rugs, 26x72, 48c 3 Palm Leaf Extra good Underwaists sizes, children, American Beauty Corsets McCall Patterns, UTei uDs as Imu4 Mid soft straw, also stoeve MEN'S STRAW HATS oh mi Reductions I Hie Men's Straw ranamas awe a mr Hats all the new ei GENTS' ATHLECT1C UNDERWEAR re-utar shirts and short paw 50 cent value, bow .85a E. V ELDER Determination Sale Continued to Monday, July 31st 1,000 This has been the greatest sale ever held in Richmond. We have placed the entire stock on 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. Suits for Men, Young Men and Boys NOTHING CHARGED AT DETERMINATION PRICES to pick from. This season's latest styles in all the new shades of tan, blue, gray and brown, sizes 33 to 48 CASH TO ONE AND ALL We have them in stouts, slims and regulars. their true worth. at one-half Boys suits, ages 6 to Prices Cut Deeper determined than ever before in a effort to unload Clothing, Shoes, Hats Look For The Yellow Banner afld Furniss J. S. STANIFER Home o Good Clothes Corner Main and Second Streets Richmond, Our GoCarts IKni WBSr mi nlnVvf are all of the 1 Oft nor merit kind Thi. Pioneers will make some team "hump" for pennant honors for the division of the season. Manager Olsen has Ereally strengthened his team, and as has been shown in recent contests, the Richmond boys are playing a fast game. If Olsen had been here at the begin 41 called ing of the season as manager, or had season known several weeks before the ' guaranteed to wear 4 months onencd that he was to manage the team box 4 pairs in there would not have been such a large Watch Your Kidneys -number of bum" players at the begin$1 Tholr action controb your health. ning. The Pioneers are out to win the Read what Foley Kidney Pills have division of the done for your noichbor. Mrs. ;H. W pennant of tho second Millinery season, and with one or two new men of Allen, quinoy, 111., says: "About a year price ago my kidneys began bothering mo. first class ability it will be easy going. had a selling in my ankles and limbs, Tho nr no bettor twlrlers in the then headaches and nervous dizzy spells Black and latter severe backaches. The docleairue than Creagcr, Grant, rjap.v and Parks and with a good live tors pronounced it serious kidney trouFams, fielding bunch, the pennant can be ours. ble, and I was steadly getting worse wlfen I began taking Foley Kidney Pills. Baird is back in the game, which gives Shortly after, the swelling wnt down-hmy pains bean leaving me. I kept new life to the infield, as the old veteran of many hard fought contests, on the ou taking them until I was onco more for iiinmnml iilwavs kecDs the team to freed of all kidney trouble and suffering. I have a great deal to thank Foley KidMcCall Falters No. 4107 10c gether and never lets a bonehead ploy ney Pills for and shall always rcom-men- d all Price. IS ccnti With Baird come in his territory. them." For Sale By Stockton & A CHARMING COSTUME Olsen, Haley and Walden, the infield is Son. as good as the best. And, just look at 15c 10 Old Vets. the outfield. "Where are there such After a great "deal of wrangling, "Whit," Bramlege and fielders as it has at last been decided to hold the Streiker? "Jiramv" Conway, who is authority reunion of Morgan's Men at the Park's on all baseball matters, claims there is Hill Camp around In Nicholas counly, and his where this annual outing has been held no better in the business insight never fails him. It is hoped for many years. Sometime ago the keen by the management that the patrons meeting this year was abandoned for continue their coming to the games in several reasons, but tho old survivors This gives the team have railed such a howl that 'the comlarge numbers. inspiration and helps to win pennants. mittee has decided to arrange matters Manager Olsen is determined to put for the reunion in August, the usual more "pepper" into tho players, and is time. All survivors in this section will Learn the Cause of Daily daily showing them that winning ball be governed accordingly. Woes and End Them. can bo played by tho Pioneers if they For summer diaarhorea in children will gel together and play the "never- - always Colic; give Chamberlian's variety of ball. In his lectures (Jliolcra. and Diarrhoea ltemedy and sav-di- e When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture. to them, he has called special attention castor on, uuu a siwuur cure is coriiuu. When night brings no rest nor sleep. t or sale by btookton &. bon. t the St. Louis team of the national When urinary disorders set in has made all the big ones league, which Woman's lot is a weary one. . Happy Man. There is a way to escape these woes. situnandtako notice, Tho St. Louisl Probably the happiest man in' the state Doan's Kidney Pills should be used. bunch started off this season with a Have cured thousands. number of young players, but Itoger over theelction of Hon. E. J. McDermott, Read this woman's Testimony. of Louisville to the Democratic nomiBresnahan, the veteran, has installed Mrs, JIazzard Trimble, 4 Jamison St., into them a world amount of "Pep" nation for Lieu'.enant Governor, is Hon. Mt. Sterling. Ky. says: "I am pleased A. Sullivan, of this city. Mr. Sullivan to say that Doan's Kidney Pills helped with the result that they are crowding me greatly I was in poor health for the leaders every day. The first game wasono of the chief movers for this somo time and was unable to stand or gentleman tCget in the race, as ho has of the new season began last Friday. my housework. I had pains in my always belived Mr. McDermott to be one do side, accompanied by a bearing-dow- n left of the best citizens ofho commonwealth. feeling through my kidneys. I Honest Medicines Versus had dropsolal swelling- in my limbs It wa;i chiefly through Mr. Sullivan's also honds and my condition was beFakes. ho decided to enter the and solictations coming serious when I began taking Doan's Kidnov Pills I was soon greatly President Taft s recent messago sug- - contest. 1 leu iiko a auiereni L'cstinjr an ammenumem to tuo .rure i-e.un. Ibonifiltcd T,and . ueummeu ueiiorauy tut wu- Food and Drugs law in its relation to TTnil EtrL- - hftnriarrips i Ineke ambition I woman, ugaus aijuoj im Mvlnoed me of their effectiveness and T 1 -- l,' .1 Prepared Medicines docs not refer to well consequently I am pleased to give them such standard medicines as Foley s dock Honey and Tnr Compound and foley woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitory, Moos- - my endorsement. Kidney Pills, both of which are true up, Conn. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 medicines carefully compounded of in r-uo.. uuuaio. cents. gredients whose medical qualities are Bili ous? Feel heavy after dinnerT xr, gM..,t tnr thn United recognized bv the mcoicat proiession it self as the best known remedial agent Ion sallow! Liver needs waking up. Remember the name Doan's and for tho discaso they are intended to Doan 4 Regulets euro billious attacks. take no other. counteract. tor over tnree- uecaues 25cents at any drug store, Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has Real Estate. oeen a stnnaaru remeuy jor cougiis., Its Good. colds arid affections of the throat, chest, persons desiring either to sell or Looking Through. All and lungs for children and for grown- Mr. Allen Zarlng, who Is recognized purchase land or other property or to nersons. and it retains today its pre- as ono of best judges of wheat in the the Our list of paints you will be amazed eminence above all other preparations 1 7, make rentals of same will find it to their at the many varlties for special uses. of its kind. Folev Kidney Pills are Bluegrass, took advantage of the Fourth interest to place the same with me as I of July holiday, and visited several equally effective and meritorious, am a member of the National There Are Paints For Every Stockton Ss Son. placeu in Central Kentucky with a view Realty Co., of Washington, with Purpose. of inspecting the quality of the wheat. agents throughout the United States, Goin 5ome. He snys it is one of the best crops in From the usful water paints for cellar Mexicojtnd Cuba. Also my services as The L & N railroad will be busy from years and will enable the millers to turn auctioneer may be secured by calling on walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varof flour. Mr. nishes and polishes for the furniture or now until September offering Induce out an excellent-quali- ty my residence, No. 200 Third St., piano. Tell Us whatyouvwanlto do and ments to patrons to go orth and East Zaririg says that the Madison county me at S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. we'll supply the paint product with to enjoy the cool breezes of the great yiold is just a little better than the f22-t- f whichto do it hakes and tho surtbathtng on the Atlan others. tic coast. The first Niagara Falls ex Happiest Girl in Lincoln. cursion rate will go into effect on Aug. The Cause of Eczema. Neb., girl writes, "I had A ust 12th, tickets good for ten days. The is germ life that burrows under and beenLincoln.for some time with chronic ailing Wall Paper and Paints trip is via L &"N and CH.4D and De feeds on the skin. The way to cure constipation and stomach trouble. I 203 East Main troit. The rates rrom Kichmona is ECZEMA is to remove the cause by began taking Chamberlian's Stomach Phone 440 $11.45 round trip. On August 3rd via waslt'ing away with a clean, penetrat- - and Liver Tablets and in three days I RICHMOND, KY L & N and B &fO there will be a excur- - ing liquid, the germ life and poisons was able to be up and got better right girl in Lincoln trouble. I am rate to Atlantic City, ticket limit 15 that cause thepreparation that will do along. "such athe proudest good medicine." For sale to find . . Wehavoa . p .i . r. i ;i II . l days. Ask agent Ruoker for particul iins. mi. - iirsi. appucHiiuu win siop i .oy oiocKion os (oou ' j. no f ars. the itciung anu give prompt reiiei to an irritated, itching or inflamed Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst mechanics, railroaders. skin. If you are a sufferer irom skin 'Farmers. Home Insuranco Co. Write me or phone laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic or sealp eruption in any form, try one 151 ring 2. Union L'ity, Ky. Ky Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, burns bottle of this clean scientific preparaor brusies at onco. ram cannot stay tion, we aro confident you will be where it is used. pleased with tho results from tho use Never leave home on a journey for preparation of this standard a bottle of Chamberlian's Colic, Cullon's meat market gives prompt eczuma. it is Cholera and Diarrhoea-atemeay- . citnnot delivery. Phone 125. . far hKrm as well as almost certain to be needed and cars or jhhrmm - Perry's Drug ba obtained when on board the no community can afford; to do Dan Brcck, fire, lightning, cyclone 1 steamships. For sale by Stockton & anyone a benefit it must bo .kept and liye stock. tf Stare. Son. moving and to do the most good Don't think that piles can't be cured. Sprains requiro careful treatment. Burnam's Insurance Agency. Don't Thousands of obstinate cases have been legitimate chan- Keen quiet and apply Chamberlian it should seek Suppose your property should wait. freely.. It will remove the cured bv Doan's Ointment. 50 cents nt nels. Then let us divorce our Limincnt and Quickly restore the parts any 'drug store. burn tonight. See us. Phone 707. t f soreness condition, ior sale by selves from the prevailing "eot l to Volevs Kidney Pills are specially in Stockton & hon. v. n.,;t--' roi-.- r all ailments and disorders of the kidthe good ways of our forefathers. neys and bladder, because they are com- Three Enter. .r T..a ooiicdof inirrcdients specially selected xuunuuiE .ruuiuur U.UCJ Messers Martin Gentry, Mike Peters at nome, wnere it wilt, utui' ftn,i jones & Jones are the three firms-- for their corrective, healing, tonic, and upon these organs YOUR HOME TOWN and en- - of the city that took out license to sell stimulating effect i and the urinary passages. They are bance the other interests you malt mead for tho year. The City II antiseptic, antilitbic and a uric acid . w. ..I cense is $1,000. Since Richmond was solvont. Try them. For sale by Stock-to- il voted dry the lovers of cool lager have & San. home? There's no satisfaction ' become so accustomed to this substl like that borne of the knowledge tut lhat they enioy this weak solution Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leav 44tf orders early. you own a home. Start it today and dont seem io miss, the Teal stuff. t Some Snappy Summery Styles . r 6 MEN, drop in andlet us show you- the "Cart" last our Albion." Just the thing for your tired, - J 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. c aren't showing this yet Other shoe men here they will next year, though t Offered for Inspection by i t and W D. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store 5 to-da- Weak. Weary Women. My Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this v'e line. Also Paint of the highest quality. guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete people ::::::: THE NEW W. L, LEEDS Third - tlt Street Richmond, Ky - -b mST v,i, Koater-AlHDu- .u m "A little bit the best Mower that ever went into WALTER A. WOOD the field" MOWER THE ADMIRAL cd fifty-sevepec-featu- res The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. In it is cor.c:--tratn year experience It possesse all the their of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers wr famous. Its new features make it even more valuable to the farr " The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates popularity of the Admiral aad suggests the wisdom of investigation. "The Admiral is jnst a little bit the best Mower that erer went Into the field. Fanners come ia every day telling what a wonderful machine U is. We woald not buy anytiiiaz else." te -- t: B. Juett & Son Mower to every farmer in this locality. We want to thoto this No one who wants to keep potted on the newett in farm machinery neglect to investigate the Admiral. It wui Murprue and deEght you. Mowers - $38.00 Rakes - $22.00 Idle Capital Is Douglas, Simmons & An Extravagance Deatherage Second Street The Wonder of the . Age 1 1 How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to ee the new 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 1Q and 25 cent goods. For 5 cents you can buy many itoms that ordinarily sell for a dime. Fur 1 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. Wo have everything u Enameled Ware. Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenwsre. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Buy "ur household goods here,and SAVE MOJJEY 1 out Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her of in in the cool of the morning and evening jou can do this best one handsome products. They are of that tomorrow you'll awaken with a feeling of independence like that of 1770. Of coursoypu'll need lumber, buj we can quickly help you out. as our' stock is com plete and Biostorderscan.be filled the day we get them. and A Lekder A B C Patent Flour LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCaon Building Easy Running safe type, the latest agproved-deiignYour inspection ceneni ume invesuiMstu. s Todd -- Edwards ' and. are o'M OO p& cenT Jterir stockf most rspnabty priced. - Pr6ye .an :ex Lumber Co. TOO MUCH JLOVE. 'rich food Tm much love for fun. cauM irc-H- c Luman and Higgins Pktures framed to Order . QpppwIeHotel Giyndoq and nervous troubles. Otiwr help you hut DKKN1 xeawdie SUKE, SAFS AND SPEEDY cwu ywb Our discoverer, ten years a Miserable sufferer with the above trewMM. and RHEUMATISM for wmm wu eared in one weak.' To peoW our remedy, vrfaBe they Wt, ayiiar Ke bottle may sfc at....... stomach, Hver, aad ki4-x- y per 24 pound sack Its the best and leads them all in quality ii mi 59c nifr wnr&sz innr rime We have enlarged our arehoue and can handle all th Tallow, Wool, Ragsr, Bones, and Feathers tbat you Wring. Remem-fee- r Gin-sea- x Spring Styles in Ready -- and JIWMWB oc sua, ii eg Sewell K to Wear Goods. Qd iAkA a rankKABO CORSETS a i we py tikd kigbeap RuWer mmI airkibda of Bring wht you aaVfe ri. ojft T "We t)uy Hides d rap iron. UTlStlVllllIC V i run -