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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri; THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. it 38th YEAR 5 RICHMOND, MADI5QN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 1911 NUiMBER 5 Game Laws. Have Helped Some, But Conditions In Kentucky Remain About Same. Unless something is donp in the near future to prevent the wholesale destruction of fish and game in and out of season, Kentucky fields will bo bare of birds the streams without flsh. Even now there is but little use for the gun or pole and line, and the scarcity of game and fish is a constant inducement to violation of law in the shooting of game out of season and in the use of dynamite and seines. Two things are necessary for the preservation of the game and fish. One of these is the protection of the game now existing, and the other is the stocking of streams and fields by' means of fish hatcheries and game preservers. The killing otf of the game was a result of prejudice against game laws, based on the belief that game laws were advocated solely for the. benefit of city hunters, but the people now realize that good game laws are for the benefit of everybody. The Kentucky Fish and Protective Association is now trying to get evsry hunter and fisherman in the State in, terested U the passage of better laws along this line. One of its plans is for the state to charge a license of one dollar per year to every man who hunts on other men's land, and to charge non residents of Kentucky at least ten dollars per year for hunting in the State, Similiar laws are now ind have for years past been in forco in ovary State in the Union except Kentucky and about ihree other States. Under such a law a sufficient fund could be raised to employ men to see that fish and game laws are onforced and to provide stocks of fish and game for every field and stream in the State Of course, if a man doesn't care a do!I lar's worth about hunting he wouldn't have to have a license, and the burden would fall on those who would be glad to pay so small a sum for so much pleasure. One of the big benefits to be derived by the farmers would be the enforco ment of the posting laws and keeping Tu. R. Blanton Telphone 85 trespassers off of their lands. Uqdof the present conditions, .a grcatmanv farmers allow themselves to upon rather to than .drive lfun'ters. away.'but a paid game warden would havo no suclt feelings in the matter. In orJer to make the. employment of it is .proposed Iq wardens put the employment of the wardens under the supervision of a non partisan commission of four, two to be selected House of by tho Senate and two Representatives, who shall serve without compensation except for necessary ' expenses. n The new game laws have helped to replenish the supply of fluall in Madison, but still hundreds are slain each year before and after the law expires. The fish laws are a farce and dynamite and seines are used without fear. by-tho Wines. William Winas, one- of the oldest residents of tho city, and father of Druggist!?. C. Wines, died very suddenly Tjiesday afternoon shortly after dinner, while seated in his favorite chair at Mrs. Nowby's, where he had been making his homo for sometime. Death was pronounced due to apoplexy. Mr, Wines was born in Bloomfield, Ihd., in 1837 and was therefore seventy four years of age. He spent most of his life as a farmer in that section of Indiana and Nebraska and was well known and universally liked. Three years ago he camo to this city to be with his son, Mr Ed C. Wines, on account of his growing age. IJvcn tho carrying this age, his mind was clear and he read a great deal without glasses, and" enjoyed a discus sion with his friends on topics of nation al importance. His wife preceded him to the grave about twelve years. The remains were, taken to Bloomfield last .Wednesday by his son for interment He was a great admirer of William Jennings Bryan, having resided near the Great Commoner in Nebraska and knew him personally. One of the things ho cherished most among his belongings were several letters that he had received from Mr. Bryan during the past ten Mrs. years. One daughter, Willis Brown, of IJuffalo, N, y., beside? Ms. Ed C. Wines, are tho only children surviving. . A Good Measure. Cor. Main and B. Streets Honest Medicines Versus Fakes. President Taft's recent message sug gesting an ammendment to tho Pure Pood and Drugs law in its relation to Prepared Medicines does not refer to such standard medicines as Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and .Foley Kidney Pills, both of which are true meatcincs carcmny compounded 01 ingredients whoso medica) qualities are recognized by tno medical profession it self as the best known remedial agent for tno disease they are intended to counteract. For oyer three decades Foley's Honey and ' Tar Compound has been a standard remedy for coughs, colds and affections of the throat, chest, and lungs for children and for grown persons, and jt retains today its' aboyo all other preparations of its kind. Fploy Jfidnpy PjfU are equally effective anjj neritnrious.' Son. Stockton Hon. Francis Douglas, representative elect from Boyle county, who will bo chosen without opposition from any other party, has a pet measure that he will try and get through and if he succeeds, and it is almost n. surety that he will, a storm of approval will go up from the people of this state. His bill requires all merchants who sell to pay a. license to the state and to keep a record showing to wiom revolvers have been sold. It will be a serious, orimo for a merchant to sell minors an tertain other people revolvers at alL Such a law is now in forco in New York and has been of much value In suppressing murdor in that State. Mr. Douglass is certainly on the right track. The revolver totor Is the coming murdergr. Few men are killed except by people who actually make a habit of carrying deadly weapons. It is a rare thing that a man prepares himself to kill a man. The habitual toter causes the trouble. THE STEARNS 8t MATTRESS (NAME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) FOSTER INSinPfvnif IMPORTANT TO KNOW SHOWS YOU WHATS HAVE TO Wntrt- - lUYFMTMcSTOrA'NDi whatSimsioethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE -- LOOK IN 6 iriiTir zvLi v?.Yii GVWMNxEg . Through Here. Hon. Richmond Pearson Hobson has offered a bill in Congress appropriating 818,000,000 for a modern roajwitJ" Pro? posed to run from Ntagra Falls to New Orleans. Tho route is designated, starting in this state at Maysville and, running south to Lexinglqq, thence to Uichmond and pyep the Cumberland Qap. It will b.0. know as the Memorial road in honor of Henry Clay, who was noted for promoting highway improvements while in Con gress and tho patriptic services of An,dr Jackson a leading the American arm,y tp, victqryat New Orleans ! V great nation al highway np,t less than on? hundred. ide shall be constructed from feet Niagara FaUs, tq'New Orleans," Olay-Jack-s- N. V. W H I TE I The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best For summer diaarhorea in children give Colic, Chamberlian's always Cholera and IMarrhoea Remedy and 'castor pll, and 9 speqdy cure is certain. Fop sale by Stockton & Son. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cqtton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fofler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into-hun-dje- SUMMER FABRICS for the least money A hint to the wise is sufficent . is almost the worst thing for consumptives. Many of the "just-as-good" N. V. WHITE Main ppntain as much as 20 of alcohol; Scott's Emulsion not a drop Insist on having preparations Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Scott's Emulsion FOB BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS "Qenerally debiliated for years. Had sick headaches, lacko ambition. goes 5oith. WiJJs Burwas yorn-ou- t and all ThP WingljPSter Ral C)ub has signed dock Blood Bitters' made 'me a well 6p,s Mrs. Ctjas. Freitpry, Priedly, formerly of tljp MHyVHletean woman. up, Cp.nnr to fill the vacancy left in tho pitching staff by the release of Will?. A Shame, FrfodlyhaS) been pitching for tho Purlng tlje summer noqth,s thp inost Maysvjllo club but was f ejpasod-bthem the past week. Iast year be played in trying position is that of a telephone opare the poorest paid. Southern Michigan league and comes erator, arid highly recomended. i praniinont legislator of this state Friedly is oxpeciod to pitch either Tues, will offer a bill in tho next General day or Wednesday against his former Assembly placing telephone offices under the oiht hour law. The rail' homo team. Wills has secured a position with roads aro now prohibited from working Morristown, Tenn., and will leave short- their operators more than olght hours ly to take up his duties in that place. and tho telephone companies should havo been made do this years ago, because the work is more trying on the The Judge 5poke. Fifteen Judge Burnam made tho nominating nerves than telegraphing. dollars per month, with twelve hour placing the name of Judge speech wages, and the O'Rcar before the convention for the days, is the average rotten service, which the patrons com-pai- n Standard Bearer in fhe state of the G. of so often is due to these condi O. P. and it is said, by all whp heard Manager HalJ, who him, that tho Judge waxed eloquont, tions, District vjsjted Richmond sometime ago', rides and at times during his speech ho vvas In an auto with a forced to stop for the applause. Madi ovor the torritory chauffeur, and draws a big fat salery, son would have taken great pleasure in offering the Judge as a dark horso in while the local manager gets about $75 operators a paltry case the convention couldn't aggrce on per month and the sum. a nominee. Hp is a clean politician. run-dowy yet-the- y feet high. many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juit the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedt relaxaone-six- th of little webs, forming tion. folpys Kidney Piljs are specially in all ajlmpnts. and disorders of the kid. neys and bladder, because they aro com. posed of ingredients specially selected for their corrective, healing, tonio, and Stimulating effect upon those organs and tho urinary passages. They are antiseptic antilithia and a uric acid solvent. Try them. For sale by Stockton & San. EXTRA CHARGE. Made in the beSt qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16;00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you get the besl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. Well gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. Looks Good. While the Madison county court house is not the most artistic in architec s tural beauty, never it stands out in front of many in the state (or m rpons and we.il cpintpodiQtjs CQUft appointed offices for the county officials. It is claimed to be the most convenient oourt houso in the stato, and the ex terior Improvements that are being put on will add greatly to the .outside tbe-lcs- A Yearns & Fofter is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 w. s. o. looks. See W. W. Broaddus & Co. for all I Fresh caught fish kinds of storage, orders early. 2-- lf at Culton's; leave Simmons 44tf 07. Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, & Doathorage Building. Phono r. o. L. tf i. it Reduced Prices for July We Are Offering Calico 2 to 9c for values worth 6 to J 8c a yard 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 --2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at 10 and 2c, at 9c Odd Lots, Remnants, Lawns 4 -- We are making a clean sweep in our Dress Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $J50 at 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 We are Overstockep in Silks IS and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city We have a good assortment of You have heard a great deal about low prices on Clothing, but the bottom was never knocked completely out until 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 $10.50 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 $1-- 8 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 Boys' Suits worth 1.50 lo 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 If you are looking for Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all lines are lower, but space forbids more prices Remember we have no trash, but the merchandise at reduced prices & clean-u- p Ladies' Waists worth from $ J. 00 to $L50, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time ago'and we must clean up in this department. 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 V values at a price we have them of honest & & Ladies9, Misses' and Children's 0 Slippers Jower in price for quality than ever before Your money's worth and more. All summer goods must go if prices, will move them. They will go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest We quote prices you have, seen this season. a few prices and ask you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend a penny Corner First Hami & 11 Main on poth O Richmond, Kentucky crs Mi mm ! i mmm - 1 J Ithft Don't fail to see the Big bbbb i PERSONALS a rvrr k .000 71 Mr. and Mrs. INCORPORATED ftd 28 J. 71 i $300, Also the $200 Stake to the Winners Finest : fair Ring Kentucky Show . I The Dates Are 9s Best Shaded Grounds in Central Kentucky Write for Catalog Special Train from Richmond Every Day 27 and GRASS juxp i nei ii in jiiiiio $ JL. Qill, Secretary $ v y I f7Is71 7i vi' vyy i si 7T. s,, E. W. Walker are in BUTTERICK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKEL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest JoeHazelden, of Lancaster, was here Sunday with friends. Mr. Henry Eagleite, of Lexington, visited friends hero Sunday. Miss Leila While is with the Hurst r. Grocery as Mrs. Anna Richmond has as her guest Miss Speed from Lexington. Miss Jane D. Stookton has returned from a visit to friends in Illinois. Miss Ruth Crow has gone to' North Carolina for a visit to friends. Mrs. Carrie Davidson of Lancaster, is here for a visit to hor daughter, Mrs. 7. T. Rice. Mr. R. L. Davidson, of "Tulsa, Okla , is visiting his sister Mrs. Z, T. Rice, on the Summit. Miss Maud Bolton is in Lexington for two weeks visit with friends and relatives. Mr. R. J. McKee and wife left Mon day for a few weeks stay at French Lick Springs. Mrs. Ben Hurst and ohlldrenaml Mrs. R. J. White went to Frankfort Friday for the day. Master Logan Burnam and Gaines Jasper spent sevoral days in Cincinnati last week. Miss Katherino Hart, of Richmond, Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. book-keepe- McCowan. Miss Edna Kellar, of Paris, is the guest of her cousin Mrs. C. B Green on East Main street Mrs. Thomas Vaughan and children, are in Mt. Sterling the guests of Mrs- - OWEN McKEE The Richmond Climax. H. B. Coyle. little daughter. Mallio Gibson, are spending a few days Mrs. C. M. Forbes and SvK THE wired them to Washington. ,Tiie fact is the real progressive republicans stand as a unit against Taft's renomi-Hatioand every indication is that if Vattgfat Editor ho secures the nomination again they will permit him to go down in defeat. rStlBtEB CTCRT WEBIBBiT IT Then they will make, an attempt to CLIMAX PRINTING CO reergaBUe the republican party. a, Col. Jim Allex, Editor of the Gyn- thhwa Democrat, fought for his townsA P. Miller Pres. and Mgr. man, Mr Addams, but in a recent issue, W i. White fallowing the election he comes out with the following and shows that he is a KmW ! true blue Democrat "Uncle Jeems KHWCKY .PRESS ASS80IATI0R is some runner. Ho can't run u4 tee fast for us in November, although H6HIH BKTMCT PUBLISHERS UAGtfL we confess he stepped rather a little too lively, Saturday. All's well that ends PER 4 YEAB FFICE 11.09 weM. 'Raw for Uncle Jeems!" Sec'y-Trea- s. (Incorporated.) IN ADVANCE WRUXBSDA.Y JULY --- 161 1 It vtefw is One tfcat Richmond was taking; tfcat to oUroiwnie seotim ef this town Icbw as the "red Mght" district ud 4rfe Mat sM bawdy hettses, their mnttee aed if posctMc purchase the property fiwa the ewsars wipe ibis htwlocinocs. whieh ts carried en from 4&y l 4uy right is the city limits. Sevm( 4ays ae the pstiee made a raid m severs! hettsee ef ill repute and (b the 4ng set were as degradisg looking 1M f ereMwres as eeuM be fetiad in the opium joints ef Chta or the lewest klMHHi mi Kew York City. The oharge of dr4eriy conduct was entered, the tine aiiiMiied, and paM, the law- WWIIOTI wfTmwWl OBi V UV ck Anv m O paltry ttoesse. fee to carry cm the hellish A MadfeOB eotiaty boy stat-Oe- d a woman to death ia one ef these places fci Lextagtea. last week, and flie people ef that oky bve jest begun to ui ot "With the rough treatment accorded Major Helbura by the O'Rear forces aad the wide acquaintance and popu larity of James Garnelt, the Eleventh district will show a terrible falling off in the Republican majority. And another thing, the intense feeling against Powers by the Edwards faction will also lose the G. O. P. many votes ia that section. ad Its a shame for the G. O. P. to place such good men as Judge O'Rear and L. L. Bristew at the head of their tioket to be swamped in November elect km. Its true they are worthy of high honors from Kentuckians, but the people are not going to trust the "Rads" again. We got "Gus" Wilson as a "find", but he proved a dismal failure. The wool bill, passed by the. Democratic House but not acted upon as yet in the Republican senate, reduces the tax on cloth out of whioh the poor man s clothing is made, from 100 per coat to from 25 to 40 per cent,; on women's dress goods from 150 per cent to from 30 to 45 per cent, and on blan kels from 1C0 per cent to 30 per cent. GovEEXon Wilson must have felt completely humllated, when the con vention ut Louisville split on the en A dorsement of his administration. few of his friends got together and pushed it through, but it was plain that the progressive ones in the pirty weren't tin for it heavily. Thats the worst blow we knotf of. XI arse Hex hi Wattebsok is coming back into bis real self. That editorial on the .Republican ticket was good to the soul. His style is certainly inimitable. It has been a long time since he has "come through" with something rich like this and it was welcomed and enjoyed. tuies. J the red light &eotieB m s4x meetbs. white eemereus suttieg and sheeting Affrays have cone through the courts with the venal fine without notice. The people of-- Lexington, after the murder last week, have beed stirred up as sever before and drastic measures will be takes by the police and fire eommtseioa, baoked by the law abiding people ef the oily, to wipe out that eetiea ef Lexington, that is known far aad wide as the most wicked la all the eouatry. A great fight is waged against the sale ef iatorieating Hquors herp, mea aad women ge out in the streets and pray and aid the officials te enforce the local option laws, yet never a lissd is temed to wipe out the bawdy house evil, whioh is not one whit the less damaging than the whiskey evil. In Danville the oivlc league beaded by the Mayer and a large number of citizens with the police, inarched on these plaees three years ago, and after clearing the town of the inmates and of the owners purchased the property and converted Blares. whioh reclie that it ws the sixth merder ia -- it Sato decent, law abiding It can be done here. One look s the police hauled in a few sights ago in the patrol wagon was eeough to sicken the decent citizens aad cause a furious uprising against Jddgk O'Reak declared that Dradley, iSi retteness in the oity. And to think "Was the greatest living Kentuckian' Riohmond stands for it that that his "political record was without a blot" Will the people of Kentucky Osce wore the "White House press choose a man like this to occupy the governor's chair? Never. Isn't this bureau has been forced to was like Ibis: Franklin A. Sbotweli a fat Democratic year. It ef Omaha, secretary of the Progressive Although the election 'of councilmen MnniiWtmiw League ef Nebraska, came comes in November, not a single ante Washington, had a talk with the nouncement has been made. The P4i1mi. aad was quoted by the Climax has it straight that the present White House press bureau as saying or at the debauched lot of men and women evangelists, both white and colored, must have an idea that1 Rich' mond is a very wicked city, for a dozen or more have been here the past month, holding night and day services on the street corners, and incidentally expenses? passing around the hat-f- Street back-trac- k. roimmipntwaaad bappeae that the league which Mr. jbttweM was made teappear as speak- im "lUMr" Taft instead " mf--i Ter him- uair.il the officials When f facing beard or f cJm Xobiwiva. egaaMatien promptly statement they MmMMT, aatiilationB repudiating Ft, aad t-. - that Nebraska-wa- s strong "forTaft for board oill offer for Now jt If the Republicans were reluctant to Indorse the Wilson adrainistralion,doyou think the people'wiH take a chance on The Madison man O'Rear? Nev-ewfl! poll a majority ef 20.000 easily. e. Ruraam'slBsuranee Agency writes all kinds. 4tf in Lexington. Miss Maud Yaughan has gone to Eslille county for a visit to her cousin Miss Kale Neal. Miss Jessie Metcalfe, of Carlisle, is here the guest of the family of Mr. and Mrs. William. Arnold. Miss Maud Wilson is in Lancaster the guest of her sisters, Mrs. W. R Gott and Mrs. Len Miller. Mr. C. E. Sergeant, and daughter, of Atlanta, are visiting the family of Mr. Fount Rice. Mrs. George Phelps, Misses Margaret and Mary Barret Smith are at Crab Orchard for the week. Miss Callie Adams, of Lancaster has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Lee Prather. Master William Boyd Wagers is spend ing the week in the country at the home of Mr. Charles Duncan. Mr. Claude Devore has returned from Mt. Jackson, where he went in search of relief for rheumatism. Mr. William Millard returned Satur day from a two weeks vacation spent at his home in Bristol, Tenn. Mrs. B. H. Neal has been quite sick for several days, of which her many friends will be sorry to learn -- Misses Mayme and Nell Kellar, of Cincinnati, are the guests of Misses Mary Conway and Mattie Elder. Mr. Herndon Dudley, who has been in Panama for several months, has returned home for a stay with relatives. The French Mission Circle, or the Presbyterian church met Monday after noon with Mrs. Neale Bennett Mrs. R. E. L. Knight and daughter of Dallas. Texas came last night for a visit to the family of W. W. Watts. Miss Geneva Rucker, of Paint Lick, is the guest of the family of Messrs. A. D. and C D. Miller in the country. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Price and daughter Jane Ballew, will arrive this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ballew. Mr. Spears Turley has accepted a nosition with the Richmond Water & Light Co., during the vacation months. Mr. George T. Ballew, of Acheson, Kan., will arrive this week for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ballew. Misses Elma, Etta and Sallie Whit taker will go to Heidelberg, next week for a visit to the family of Rev. Wm Buckets. Judge and Mrs. II. C Rice have re turned home from a visit to relatives in Lincoln county and the Eastern section of Madison. . vt Hson and sons Mr. and Mrs. K. of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting the formers parents Mr. and Mrs, Theo Wilson at Moberly. Mrs. Charles Miller and guest, Mrs. Richard Gentry, of Nashville, are in Irvine this week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Adams. Miss Louise Ballard is at home from a two weeks stay at Estill Springs. She leaves today for a visit to Mrs. Spots- wood of Lexington. Miss Anne Bennett Cohen will enter tain this evening with a Marsh mallow roast, in honor of her charming guest Miss Brooks, of Midway. .Mr. Fred Gilliam, an expert barber from Charleston, W. Va., arrived last Friday to accept a position with "Cap' Dickerson's tonsorial parlors. Miss Josepline Chenault's house party left today after a very pleasant stay of a waek in Richmond. They were Miss ucy C. Woodford, Miss Green of Mt Sterling, Miss Lydia Elmore of Lancas ter, Elizabeth Shirley of Nashville, Tenn., Kathleen Sullivan of Richmond, Miss Austin Lilly entertained with i lawn party on Friday afternoon and Ellen Walker on Friday evening with a party In their honor. On Monday night the young men gave them a dance. Miss Chenault entertained them at the Lake Saturday evening. Mr." Barnett-Chen-aulof Waco, was. also a guest of the" house party. tj New York. Mrs. Wooten of Winchester was last week the guest of Mrs. Robt. Miller. Mrs. Elizabeth Crow is visiting her son Mr. Robt Crow of Beatlyville. Dr. Brown Oldham and family of Muskogee, Okla,. are visiting his sister" Mrs. W. II. Miller. Mrs. Jas. Surber and Miss Margaret McCormick of Atlanta, were the guests last week of Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Jasper. Miss Dovio White has accepted a position with the Richmond Motor & Plumbing Co. as stenographer and bookkeeper. Mrs. Cleve Cable of Garrard and Miss Lucile Cooper, of Stanford, have returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mr. B. F. Robinson. Misses Margaret Phelps and Ellen Gil bert are at Olympia this week where they will enjoy the good times at this famous summer resort in Bath. Mrs. James McKenna, mother of Mrs. R. J. Kee, and Mrs. David Matlack both of Lexington, spent the day. Thursday, with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKee. Miss Sallie Whittaker, of Million, spent the past week with Miss Char lotte Azbill at Red House. Miss Azbill entertained in her honor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hazelden and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bassett, of Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of tho family of J. A. Uiggins. Elder T. Q. Martin of Odessa, Mo., will hold a protracted meeting with tho Christian church at Brookstown, beginning Sunday, July 30, the fifth Sunday in the month. Misses Mary Joseph, Louise and Gladys, tho bright little children of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKee are on a two weeks visit to their grandmother, Mrs. James McKenna, in Lexington. Mr. Thomas Baxter has gone to Mammoth Cave for a few days stay. He will go from there to Louisville and Cincinnati and Latonia, at which lattor place he will visit Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ropp. Campbellsville Inquirer Mr. William Hill entertained at Bridge Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gowdy in honor of Miss Mollie Fife. Delightful refreshments were served. Mrs Hattie Buchannan and daughter Elathe, have returned from a three weeks visit to friends and relatives at McLean. Shirley and ' Bloomington, Ills. They also visited in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Elder have returned from Cincinnati, where Mrs. Elder has been to consult a specialist Her many friends will be sorry to know that she ha& been quite sick. Mr. Charles Jett is expected home from Hot Springs, Arkansas this week where ho has been for the last-- month being treated for rheumatism of the eyes. His many friends hope he will be greatly improved. Rev. E. B. Barnes will go to Fajette county Saturday, where ho will begin a protracted meeting at Old Union church with Elder Jefferson. He will go from there for a vacation of several days to Eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen and children, Miss Eleanor Wathen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellison, all of Louisville, were hero Saturday and Sunday at the Glyndon, en route home after an auto trip thru this section of the State. Mr. J. E. Greenlcnf and family have moved to the home of Dr. D. II. Scaulan on the Campus, until their home, which was partiallyIestroyed by fire last SatDr. Scanlan urday, can be repaired. and family will not return until sometime in September. Miss Myrna Walker, of Dayton, who has been employed in the office of the Treasurer of Berea college for the post Tour years, has resigned her position and will come to Richmond to accept a position in the offlco of D. H. Brock, tho well known insurance agent. Messrs. Paul Burnam, Ed Smith, Villiatn Wallace, Overton Harber and Robert Burnam have returned from a ten days camping on Kentucky river at Boonesborough. - Although thoy suffered the misfortune of having their tent destroyed by fire and many valuables burned, yet they secured a new outfit and enjoyed the stay. The Louisville Times has the following item of interest: Miss Florence Milton Haldeman will be the hostess this evening at an ill fresco entertainment to be given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Haldeman, in honor of her guest, Miss Jamie Caper-to- n of Richmond. OirSnturday evening Miss Maurice Bridges will-giv- e a dinner in nonor or miss uaperton At tne Louis( ville Country Club. Advertised Letters. . Mr. Basil Ball, Miss Ester Britton, Col. Len J. Ballard, L. A. Burke, Miss Mary Croutcher, Mrs. Emmitt Dickson, Mr. Stephenson Dozier, Mrs Lizzie Dunn. S. B. Evans, Baroby Eshanson, Columbus Frazier, Miss Dorothy Gladstone, Lizzy Greer. Mr. Honry Gibson, Mr. Fate Johnson, Crilt Mann, Agnes Mason, Mr. A. M. Parks, Mrs. Lucy Reynolds, Mr. John Riebcl, Mrs. .Manda Tlosc, Clcntin Roscr Mrs. Jnas A. Smith, Sick Benefiit and. Ins. Agent, Miss May Taylor, O. W. W&tf M. Dr. Williams, Mts. R. E. Witt, Mrs. Josephine Whitt New Members. The Richmond Warehouse Co., made several changes this week and several new men were taken into tho company. The building will be enlarged for the Coming season. Those composing tho company now are; D. P. Black, Jesse Cobb, John Glen, or N. C, K. J. Fisher, M. K. Ross and C. F. Galloway, of Garrard.:" It promises to do a big business In the loose leaf market. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone ' hones frcm the great nurserlo Central Kentucky. Tht and live stock insurance. tf throughoutprogram of Saturday is oni afternoon If you are going to havo a party have of the most interesting of the entlrt Ricci make your brick cream in that week, as it includes all the champion ships, in which final contests occut delicious manner. tf between the winners of the Indlvidua Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone classes during the preceding days o: knows the difficulty of keeping old I and live stock insurance tf the fair. To these championships thlf style plumbing fixtures clean and year will attach added Interest, due tt a rule recently passed by the board o) attractive. the fair. This BLUE FAIR directors of winners in therule re varloui quires the Even on the part of classes to show for the championships or maid cannot give the old metallic bath mistress and, until they do so, the money whict has been won in the preceding classes lavatories that daintiness and tubs or "closed-in- " FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITIOf will be retained by the association. OPENS AT LEXINGTON MON charm which is so essential to the modern home. There will also be seen on Saturda) DAY, AUGUST 7TH, FOR afternoon the American Saddle Horse SIX DAYS. There is one way out of this trouble a sure Breeders' association special, in whicl a magnificent trophy is offered for the and practical way. Let us install "tandat'd" plumbfinest stallion or mare, three yean Fair Bigger and Better Than EverThii old or under, to be shown to hand ing fixtures in your home. They possess the beauty registration in the American Saddle Year Numerous Attractions, In and snowy whiteness of fine china. Their brilliance eluding U. S. Marine Band Horse Register being made a conditio! ot entry. The fair will close on Sat and Aeroplane Flights By and lustre can be maintained indefinitely with the urday night with the last concert ol Daring Bird Men. minimum amount of labor. the Marine Band and the last exhibl ot the Kline shows. tion Is your plumbing as good as it should be ? If The week promises to be not only a The fifth annual exhibition ot tht gala one in Lexington, but record not, .let us tell you how to better Blue Grass Fair association at Lex Ington, Ky., begins on Monday after breaking In the history of the Blue noon, August 7, and continues six dayt Grass fair. and nights through Saturday, August 12th. Since its organization in 1906 tht Benji F. Hurst, Manager Telephone 270 Blue Grass fair" has taken full rank with the largest and the best of the Every Night state fairs and expositions of North America. It has very justly come tc .be known as the greatest horse show in the world. It is the only fair which offers a full quota and classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses, as well at We Have Just Received a Car Load of show classes, simplified and arranged in a manner which makes their dls tinction clear. " Pitched on a larger and more exten I will on Thursday July 20th 1911 besive scale than ever before, with the tween the hours of one and two o'clock certainty of increased interest on acP. M., in front of the City Hall door count of various added features, thii corner of 1st and Irvine Sis., n the city year's fair promises to eclipse all recof Uichmond Ky. Sell for cash for ords. Numerous additions and imunpaid city tax bills penalty interest provements have been made in the matter of rings and amusements feat and cost for the year of 1910, the follow ures have been secured of a kind and ing parties property and real Estate, to an extent that justify the bellel You'll Be More or enough to pay the amounts speci that the fair will prove not only more fied below if not paid before said date. valuable than ever to the live stock Than Well Pleased T. O'Neal4 Interests of Kentucky, but also more with our moving pictures and re City Collector. attractive to those who visit it fined vaudeville entertainment, Three stakes are offered in the shon White List The best pictures, the cleverest per classes for saddle horses, in addition S C.32 formers make up the programme. Vincent Boreing (Hrs) to the first contest in the National 27.29 Joe Bush which Is changed every day. Saddle Horse Futurity, which will Joe Cunningham . 5.93 hang up for weanling colts a total Our Moving Pictures prize of three thousand dollars. 11.81 Harvey & Abney ' 8.21 The fair will be opened at twe .And Refined Vaudeville J. H. McKinney o'clock on Monday afternoon.. August S.Oo are always fit to be seen by women T. B Trowers, Estate 7th. Effort is being exerted to secure and children. No objectionable the presence of a speaker of national Colored List before prominence, who will deliver a briel features are permitted. 8 C.7 Squire Ballard airs) address. Following this, interesting John Bates show rings will be seen, races will be Two Shows Every Night 11.81 Breck Boll contested and a band concert by the First 7:15, Second 8:30. 10.85 Bennett Cam noted United States Marine Band from Washington will 5.C1 continue ADMISSION, City Best Perry JO throughout the afternoon. Monday Burnam John Jr. ... 7.21 night at 7:45 the evening concert ol ' Crutcher Lizzie 5.95 the Marine Band will begin and the 20.37 Clay Lizzie famous aggregation of Herbert A. 8.4C Covington & Ballew (Hrs) carnival Kline's world renowned 8.03 Collins Sam.1 shows will offer opportunity for enter 5.95 . Daniels Lucy talnment and amusement Embry Julia 5.12 On Tuesday morning, August 8th, every time a young couple start Harris Jell the big mule show, always a most in 5.54 . teresting feature of the Blue Grass fair, 4.39 out life with of their " " Ben will be seen, and Hereford cattle will 5.95 Hattie Harris...... own. The home is the best Inter also be shown. Various breeds ol 7.21 Irvine Joe N sheep and swine will be judged ia the mediary known for thoso little 5.12 v Jarman Katie pens and the poultry judging will take differences that we are apt to Kavenaugh Lou 4.23 . place in the poultry house. The out 4.C9 arise in the course of even the Martin Humphry standing feature of Tuesday afternoon USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. 0.37 will be the contest for the National best regulated-familiebecause " " Ben The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that Saddle Horse Futurity, in which fifty 5.02 of tho mutnal interest it holds for Maupin Mitchell. is why, when they decided to equip some troops or more colts will compete for the 3.42 Moberley Geo (Hrs) with repeating shotguns, they selected the Winboth. Again the home comes in Moss Alex prize of three thousand dollars. There 9.89 chester in preference to all other makes. The will also be various Interesting rings . as "the backbone of the Nation" Miller John 4.09 experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also know for all kinds of show horses. 8.8S Guess Theredore Roosevelt MundvW. Q a gun; that's why, after submitting a WinchesAlso on Tuesday afternoon the first 11.81 ter Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they r knew what he was ta'king about Miller Wm of the week's aeroplane flights by Mr pronounced itsait,szjrr, strong aad simple. If 7.21 J. A. D, MuCurdy will be given. In eh? It certainly behooves every Palmer Jim Sr you want a shotgun buy the one whose C. . Phelps Nannie M. addition to flights over the grounds, family to give this question con Phelps Jenney strength and reliability led the U. S. Army 8.74 in which he will attain an altitude ol authorities to select it and the U. S;. Ordnance more than a mile, Mr. McCurdy will sideratlon, and there will never Phelps Wm 0.37 Board to endorse it that's the Winchester. make a trip from the grounds to the 8.05 be a better lime than right now Rhodes R. P. city of Winchester, eighteen miles die" 10.51 THE to begin. Lumber is plentiful, Shenherd Chos. Sr. tant, carrying to the maypr of Win 5 12 Shepherd Rena Chester B letter from the officials pi and the price is keeping with the 2.61 Smith Ella the Blue Grass fair. He wjll alight at quality at least it's the way in Smith Scott U.74 Winchester and receive an answer to 2,01 ,our yard and we don't believe it Stone Nannie this letter and then leave Immediately 8,03 on bis return trip. He expects to make Tevis Tom will ever be any cheaper. We'tfe 8.05 the Journey In a little more than on? Todd Jas. 0 got some good ideas about modest Turner Mattie hours time. 5.12 On Wednesday morning will be teen homes that we'll give you free if Walkor, Viola 0.79 in front of the grand stand the classes 5.95 " Lucy you'll come in when ready to for jack stock and the breeding classei '" John.. .. 0.30 We have enlarged our warehouse and can hanfor standard bred horses, which albuild. ' 10.55 Ed ways afford one of the best shows durdle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin" Ann 5.95 '.. ing the week. On Wednesday after No 4.28 " Betsy Ann noon's program appears the famous seng and Feathers that you bring. RememC.79 Winkfield. Millie Blue Grass fair stake for HOMJE" 0.33 ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides saddle horses, which for the past three While, Dav- eyears has produced the best show- - ot 0.80 A Whilo, Rolla Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. d horses to be seen anywhere --- White, Robert .. In the world. There will probably be Brinjr what vou have 5 12 , Yates, Nannie twelve or more entries to this stake 13.40 Yates, Wm. Bustor. year and an exciting contest is this Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of certain to result Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. Thursday morning is given over the and live slock insurance. tf breeding classes for the American saddle horse and to classes for short horn cattle. The prizes offered for AmeriNotice. can saddle horses are particularly rich All persons having claims against the &c Plntffs and desirable and are certain to result Thos. R. Parks, vs estate of Dr. W. L. Hockaday, deceased RICHMOND KENTUCKY Phonr 363 in a magnificent show. The display ot Dfts will filo same on or beforo September short horns at the Blue Grass fair Is LuluReid, &c by Under and virtue of a judgment 1st, 1911, properly proven by law with well forth a trip of many miles to any sale rendered at tne man Interested in beef cattle. On and order of Madison Circuit Court,May the undersigned, or they will be forever term-o- f in the Thursday afternoon among the show the above- styled action, tho undersigned boircd. All those indebted to said will be witnessed the Junior Master Commissioner of said Court, will estate will settle at once. features d sad- on championship stake for JamerS. Hockaday I dle horses and an excellent program ol Admr. Aug. 7, 1911 racing, vailed show classes for road( A. K. Doty 4t and sters, three-galtchorses. On County Court Day, at 11 o'clock a. m; horses and for fine harness in front of the court hpusedoor in Richthis nfterpoon, also, as every other aft- mond, Ky,, sell to the higbostand best At no season is embroidery so is ernoon beginning with Tuesday, Mr. bidder the following described property: I in this suitable as now- .McCurdy will make three or more line. A Certain Tract of Land flights in his aeroplane which will We Dainty Mid-summprove both educational and' spectacu- on he waters of Otter Greek in Madison Lingerie fastidious lar. county, Ky bounded on the north by , Friday morning is devoted to Jersey tue lanus 01 jaue anu xooe imcKett, on : : : :-: cattle. This show will be more im- the wnit ftnrl snutli hv llinlnnrlc nfPhn portant than ever this year, because Gentry and on tho east by the lands of Miss of the fact that a number of very val- jarti. Jiauie ittxier ana James Poland uable cattle have recently heea added and, supposed to contain SO acres, more Sllop is headquartors for all that to the herds In the vicinity of Lexlng or less. is new In Embroidery Ideas. Terms Said land will be sold on a ton. On Friday afteraoon will be seen creilit of six months time, the purchaser eleven rings for Shetland ponies, Stamtfof a Specialty a large number of show class- being required to execute sale bonds wlta approved security, nsvablo to the Embroidery done lo order. Prices es open to different kinds of horses. Saturday is known as Thoroughbred Commissioner, to have the force and reasonable and satisfaction guar Hen retained offset of a judgment, Day. On that morning are sees rings on llio land sold until withthe purchase anteed. Friends and patrons inail. Ky in which are brought together .mny mojiny Is paid. vited to inspect sleek of the most famous therowghri O. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C . 1 i EVERY HOUSEWIFE -- 1 constant drudgery I it OPERA HOUSE I Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company & Public Sale of Lots For Gty Taxes. McCormick Mowers and Binders and Binder Twine We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows a 60 Tooth Drag Harrows Call and see these are the best. , buying CEiTS TAYLOR & OLDHAM Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow ... Repeating Shotguns fl INCHESm s, RELIABLE REPEATERS Big Prices For Hides "There's Place tike flve-galte- d flve-gaite- Todd Edwards Lumber Co. 2 Commissioner's Sale. M. WIDES My - five-galte- Monday, d ftre-galt- Wall Paper Stock er complete and can furnish anything Also Paint of the highest quality, guarantee to please the most Evt Roberts people 1 W. L. LEEDS : I 1 Third,Street Richmond, . , i : fl A ItMbr Cum Hi OwiKprtw Try H tm fc s xj i "xJ1 JW you re IF $50 asi Ut to$kyi4 f $45, $60 somc mJI tailor for your clotke because you WE clotnes, botli made to measure and ready to wear, but sell all; kinds of ? good only way to get satisfactory results in custom tailoring, youM better give us an order to Lave a suit made for you ty tWttkii wa tnc we particularly recommend tbose we bave made as eacb .customer- - wants tbem by -- Ed. K Price UZXCHAXT TAILOXJ Co. CHICAGO Ed. K Price & Co. CHICAGO VThe editors of "Health Hints" and Questions and Answers" have one question that is put to them more often than any other, and which strangely enough, they find the most difficult to answer. That is "How can I cure my constipation?" Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist In diseases of the stomach, liver and bowels, has looked the whole field over, has nraetisrrl the snic5altw for tforty years and is convinced that the 'ingredients contained in what is tailed Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has. the best claim to attention from MERCHANT TA1LOXS naturally, and with its tonic ingredients strengthening the nerves, brings about a lasting cure. Among its strongest supporters are Mr. Joha Graveline of 98 Milwaukee Ave., De1 troit, Mich., and Mr, J. A. Vernon of Oklahoma City. Thousands of others of both sexes have written to Dr. Caldwell. telling of gratifying results It can be obtained of any druggist ai fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or if you want to try it first a free sample bottle can be obtained fey writing constipated people. the doctor. Its success in the cure of stubborn For the free sample address Dr. W. constipation has done much to dis B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building. place the use of salts, waters, strong Aionticeno, hi. For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqUB cathartics and suck things'. Syrup Pepsin, by training the stomach and bowel muscles to again do their work Your Confidence j c t t We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pull" of any dealer in town when it comes to selling Quality Merchandise, and we tell you in all contidence Buy Quality No Matter What You Pay. There is always a reason, why a bargain is a "bargain;" c 6 ever seen. Your selection willle made up to your measure, as you want it, for $20 to $40. We'll snow you tHcir new Fall woolens tke most attractive patterns you vc You secure tbe advantages of 'a personally selected style and fabric, as well as a correct fit, tbereby gaining a distinctive individuality of appearance, yet t. t. mice t. tbe cost is way below wbat most tailors ask for equal values. Let us prove it to you. Exclufire local rcprtientative o "Clothes don t make the man' but SCHLOSS Garments make you feel like a man 6 c When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars a new airship every now and then, you can then wear a 5habby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as they forgive rich folks everything, butif you are just an ordinary man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will get you more than any investment you can make Fke Richmond Climax. eve K. Vaught rUIUSD ETEHT Panola. her recent illness. Mr. J. J. Johnson, formerly of this place and Miss Hallie Tipton, of Irvine, Mrs. Irvine Owens is improved from Editor WEBIEUiT BI j t buy and 9 d 6 If you're not satisfied, Iocl Fuhion No. Four-Button 683 it wont cost you anytning. D.--B. Sack Soft.Ro!L Ctlcatfo EmIum rq?r(MBtattTt of E4. V. Price U C Ed. V- - Price Co.. Chicago were united in marriage last Thursday in this city. The groom is depot agent at Irvine and his bride is a (Incorporated.) prominent young woman of the Estill Mgr. capital. Pres. and A. D. Miller Miss Clara Todd visited relatives at Scc'y-TrcaW. Q. White Speedwell last weok. H,rabr el Mr. Carl Cratcher and sister, Miss ASSOCIATION PRESS KENTUCKY Clclia, of Berea, wero hero last week ir.i tho guests of their sister Mrs. M. A. LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT Logsden. IHE CLIMAX PRINTING CO evening s. For 6 $15.00 there is a suit here for you, and for $20 there is. a better one ., t j c eeicE $1.00 PER 19 YEAR fc in selecting a fabric for a new Fall Suit or Overcoat from the Handsome assortment of Woolens sent us by Ed. V. Price & KuO. of Chicago, and tbiit is: xou get exactly wbat you pay JI HERE S IN ADVANCE Mrs. Dr. Johnston was in Irvino last week. one big advantage. ege men, WEDNESDAY JULY S 1911 Administrators Notice. All parties having claims against the estate of Jas. II. Willoughby, are hereby notified to filo same, as required by law, on or before Sept. 1. 1911, or same will be- - barred. AH parties owing said estate are requested to settle at once. H A. J. Willoughby, Admr. Honest Value L Made-To-OrJerClotli young feeling men, who demand a particular individuality of dress, will find exactly what pleases them best among the superb Woolens and nobby fashions we are showing from the Fall line of Too Late t Hever talk about your troubles or your woes. Keep a steady upper lip, Don't forget this splendid tip Buy from us and wear the very best of Clothes. If j'ou want to get along Always sins a merry song. es. Ed. These K Price TAILOKS n well-know- Co. CHICAGO UKKCHANT Lb HIV I!'IIM" Four- - Buttom Regular Fulioa No. 677 Sack. Look over these new Fall fabrics and nobby Fashion ideas we have on display, and have us take your measure. We'll deliver clothes made as you want them, when. you want them, at prices that l are simnlv lrresisfiM,- tailors will .... - ExcWc E. V. ELDER to-day. local rcprccBtatirc of Ed. V. Price G... KrlZs'1 Front make clothes the way you want them at from 30 to 50 per cent below what smaller tailors ordi-nar- ly charge, and deliver unsur- - 1uaKty' andsatisfac-SoftRoU.- D;, on Let us measure you Determination Sale Continued to Monday, July 31st 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. This has been the greatest sale ever held in Richmond. o 1,000 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 at We have them in stouts, slims and regulars. one-hatheir true worth. lf Boys suits, ages 6 tori 7, Looking Through. at tho many varitics for special usos. Our list of paints you will be amazed than eyer before in Cut a determined There Are Paints For Every Purpose? effort to unload Clothing, Shoes, Hats Look For The Yellow Banner and From tho usful water paints fcr cellar walls, barns, etc., to the finest of var- jiishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Tell us what you wanlto do and we'll supply the paint product with Son. which to do it ease has progressed too far. Mr. Pery A Pittman, JXile. Tex , says"! was down Tho following special was sent out in bed for four months with kidney and from Danville last week. "The- - sydl- - bladder trouble and gall and stones. One cate of Boston capitalists who have been bottle of Fileys Kidney Remedy cured mo well and sound." making a dally gauge of Dix river at Salo By Stockton & Son.Ask for it For Kennedy's mill for tho past two years Begun Monday. have just made public tho result of its systematic investigations. All county schools opened for '.he Plans have been drawn for a dam to session last Monday, and the teachers be erected of steel and concrete a mile are in the best of spirits following the above the mill. It is to be 110 feetd most interesting institute ever held, high and will thereforo create a resevoir which convened here last week. A extending miles up stream and em- most profitable year by bodying billions of gallons of water. SuptNoland. There are many things Beneath the dam will be located the to be accomplished this vear amon? monster power plant which will operate thescnools of Madison county. .Modelectrict light and other plants in Rich ern ways of teaching, moro modern mond, Harrodsburg, Stanford Lancas- buildings, the consolidation of several ter, DanvHloandNicholasville, provided small districts into one The country the plans on foot are fully consumated. schools are going in for a higher educa The estimlcd cost of tho plant is $1,250 - tion, as well as a more thorough course 000. Tho syndicate is very much in as heretofore. terested and different representatives Right in your busiest Iseason when have frequently visited Dix river and tho neighboring towns that might.be you have tho least time to spare you aro most likely to take diarrhoea and served. Towering clffs on both sides lose several days time, unless you hive stream make it especially desirable Chamberllan's Colic, Cholera and for darning. In tho event that the pow- Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a er dam is erected by the Boston capi- dose on the first appearance of the disease.. For sale by Stockton & Son. talists, wator hold by it would doubtless submerge both of tho huge dams owned Held Over. by the Danville Water Works system." Lewis Ross, the negro boy accused Tho survey running from the mouth of tho murder of Pattie Harris, the ot Dix River back eighteen miles was negro girl several days ago, had his made by a syndicate of Richmond examining trial in the county court last capitalists, with L. B. Herringlon and Friday and was held to the Grand jury W. S. Moberley at the head of it. by Judge Shackelford, without bond. This syndicate holds options on all lands from the river to the top Sterling Here. of the cliffs on both sides for the above Sterling, the big twirler secured from distanco bock, and hopes to begin work the New York state league at the begin on the installation of this new Power ning of the season by the Pioneers, but within a short time. The only Plant who was turned loose on accounf of not obstacle confronting the local company being in condition, has returned and is the presence of so many caves and declares he can twirl winning ball now, sink holes, which might carry tho water only given a chance. Manager pooled. if off faster than it could be Olsen is anxious for him to go in, if he Engineers are now working on this and can make good, for one or two good Mr. Herrington is expecting a report pitchers would help tho team remain at soon. The tall from tno Head ot dix the top for the remainder of the season. river to the mouth is said to bo over 1100 feet, whiqh forco could easily fur riappiest Girl in Lincoln nish power for every city and town in A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had eastern Kentucky. been ailing for some time with chronic constipation and stomach trouble. I Kidneys began taking Chamberlian's. Stomach Watch Your and Liver Tablets and in three days I Thoir action controls your health. was able to be up and got better right Read what Foley Kidney Pills havo along. I am the proudestgirl in Lincoln done for your neighbor. Mrs. H. W. to find such a good medicine." For sale Allen, Qulncy, 111., says: "About a year by Stockton & Son. ago my- kidneys began bothering me. I nau a swelling in my anKjes ana nmus, Tli os. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst then headaches and nervous dizzy spells and latter severe backaches. Tho doc Home InsuranccrCo. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. tors pronounced it serious kidney trouble, and I was steadly gotting worse Never leave homo on a journey with when I began taking Foley Kidney Pills. Shortly after, the swelling went down out a bottle of Chamberlian s Colic, and my pains bean leaving me. I kept Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is on taking them until I was once more almost certain to bo needed and cannot freed of all kidney trouble and suffering. bo obtained when on board tho cars or I have a great deal to thank Foley Kid- steamships. For sale by Stockton & ney Pills for and shall always rcom-men- d on. them." For Sale By Stockton & of-th- Richmond Capitalists Have Option on all Lands EighKidneys Diseases Are Curable teen Miles From Mouth Under certain conditions. Tho right of Dix River. , medlcino must be taken before the dis Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel, Hawes Hats in felts and straws, Kneelaud shoes in snappy shapes, and 5chIoss clothes in smart styles. Flannels, too, are offered the summer man by t W. D. Oldham & Co. J Richmond's Greatest Store Our GoCarts are all of the 100 per cent, merit kind Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her out ou can do this best in one of in the cool of the morning and evening handsome products. They are of that Easy Running safe type, the latest approved designs and are most reasonably priced. Your inspection of our "100 per cent Merit" stock will prove an excellent time investment - Luman and Higgins West Main Street Pictures Framed to Order Opposite Hotel Glyndon "Weak, Weary' Women. Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them. When night brings no rest nor sleop. When urinary disorders set in Woman's lot is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney Pills should be used. Have cured thousands. Read this woman's Testimony. Airs, llaziard Trimble. 4 Jamison St.. Mt. Sterling. Ky. says: "I am pleased to say that Uoan s Aiuney mis neipeu me greatly I was in poor health for some time and was unable to stand or do my housework. I had pains In my left side, accompanied by a bearing-dow- n feeling through my kidneys. I also had dropscial swelling in my limbs and honds and my condition was be coming serious when I began taking Uoan s Kidney mis. i was soon greawy benifiited and 1 felt like a different Doan's Kijney Pills have conwoman. vinced me of their effectiveness and consequently I am pleased to give them my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price B0 KVw.nr.Milhnm Co.. llntlalo. New York, sole ageuta for the "United name-Doan Real Estate. The Wonder of the Age IIow Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paints Phono 203-Ea- J. S. STANIFER Home of Good Clothes Corner Main and Second Streets Richmond, Ky of Richmond and vicinity. Tho Law expires on the first of August, but the hemp Is hardly cuttand stacked before the latter, part of the month. Many Pnrmprs. rflilrniiflnrs moMinnirc. hie away to the wheat fields as soon as laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic law is out and often get good shooting, uu. xat.es uie sung oui 01 cuts, Durns or brusics at once. Pain cannot stay Sprains require careful treatment, w n ere it is useu. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlian's Limlnent freely. It will remove the soreness and quickly restore the parts to-- a healthy condition. For sale by siocKion x oon. RICHMOND, KY . Main either to sell or purchase land or other property or to Although there is not much hemp in make rentals of same will find it to their Madison, there is enough to afford some interest to- place the same wlthjne as I sport in dovo shooting for the hunters am a member of tho National 5hortTime. All persons desiring "When housework is torture. When the back aches and throbs. - 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. Per 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glasswaro, Weodenware, Brushes, Cutlery, etc, and every price marked in plain figures. Buy jour household goods hero and SAVE MONEY tivo Realty Co., of Washington, with agents throughout the United States, Mexicoand Cuba. Also my services as auctioneer may be secured by calling on me at my residence, No. 200 Third St., S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. f22-t- f TOO MUCH LOVE New Tailoring Shop J. B. Stouifer has reopened a Si Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kid ney and hervous troubles. Other help you but DENN'S Blllious? Feel heavy after dinner? remedies SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Complex- SURE, Our discoverer, ten years a ion sallow? Liver needs waking up, you. Doan's Regulets cure blllious attacks. miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for 25cents at any drug store. vears. was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, Don't think that piles can't be cured regular size bottles only 25c at.... States. Thousands of obstinate cases have been Remember the STOCKTON & SON, Druggists cured by Doan's Ointment 50 cents at take no other. any drug store. 31 may 3mo . 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Building a and "A tittle bit the best Mower THE NEW first class shop. Suits made Dan Brock, and live stock. fiVe, lightning, cyclone that ever went into WALTER A. WOOD tf - Over to .order-na- de at home by experiened Tailors. J.OOO samples to select from. Cleaning and"PressingBy Tailors. ' George Marischen, Cutter : A Leader A B C Patent Flour Kentucky Fair dates. holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported: Versailles, August 2- -3 days. days. Lexington, August days. Uniontown, August Vanceburg, August 0 Idays. Lawrencobnrg, August 151 days. ' Leitchfieled, August 151 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. Broadhead, AugstlO 3 days. Fern Creek, August 16 1 days. Shepherdsville, August 22 4 days. Paris, September 5 5 days, Lancaster, July 2 3 days. London, August 22 4days. Erlanger, August 22 i days. German town, August 243 days. Frankfort, August 204 days. Somerset, August 30 3 days. Bardstown, August 301 days. Monticello, September 5 1 days. days. Alexandria, Septesiber days. Mount Oliver, September days. Hodrenvill. September. Kentucky Slate Fair, Louisville, days. September 11 Horse Cave, September 201 days. Falmouth, September 27 4 days. May field. September 27 4 days. Bur nam's Imuranee Agascy. Don't Suppose your property should wait. burn tonight. See us. PhjKTO7, the field" The following are the dates fixed for MOWER THE ADMIRAL fifty-seve- 70 85 Also large line of ready made Clothing Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. E. ! B. , STOUFFER. ' 222 WestMain Street Spring Styles in Ready-to-we- Latest t 1 ar ana tatce a tooK. KABO CQRSETS Cxxxls. i CaH' per 24 pound sack Itf the best and leads them all in quality 59c AT The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. In it is concenn year experience. It possesse all the peculiar features of construction that have) made Walter A. Wood Mowers world-famou- s. Its- new features make it even more valuable to the fi inner. The following statement of a prominent Illinois- dealer indicates tie popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of mvesttgatwa. The'Admird b fast Bttle bit "the best Mower that lew went Into the field. Parmer cotae !a everr day ttHisB machine it is. W weald not boy anyUis eUe. -W iJU. i.4fer. Mour tmixry fmrmrit th ncwt farm mcUwv ffm mm wlta mmt f Am AEgAfjt. Mffcatla hwm4(c (Ac AimirwL it trated their - - irluta-woadetfu- un up-tJe- te ptd it wwnw tJ 55 54 53 Mowers - $38.00 Rakes - $22.00 Douglas, Simmons & Mrs J, M, Barlow Sewell & McKinney tf Deatherage XT - v -- J : '4 i. K EIbBBhI Bbhhk " -- I . 'kmi:-' v. ' f - ':Um'-:.i. . ?' . , .: rX Vi- - '.--r- - ' -- . il t . .- 'J r, 17- - -- 4 1- - v .. . . v t K ? ";c; 'mK'i --- -A rW' , r- "T" - ; vr I j5 - UA. - J M i " , X. tl 4 Wlien Yovi Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every et Up On Price Cutting spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date r 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 . v Furniture, Mattings and ,Rugs Eeady for your selection now. of them left i BENNETT and H I G GINS UNDERTAKING Smolr OH. Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and regulars models to fit all men priced lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky Divided into four big lots as follows Dr. M. Dunn. Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE. and THROAT Richmond, Ky Oldham BWp. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions. Others u Jo and why not you. Now is the time of year to feed your cures fowls a good tonic Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When fed as a preventative n not only keeps them healthy, but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure. No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stockton & Sob. Try it under the guarantee. Ask for booklet ob disease of poultry. Rt-11-Lim-bernee- k. 40-5- m J Cuban Club, 10c Star, 5c Jfllf That good ice cream at Ricci's tf nurnam's Insurance Agency will bond 15.fifi Kenton Hand-mad- e Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weaves tailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong' values at $22.50 and All our finest $25---slaughter- Doing Vvell. Mr. Chas. Powell has returned from Flemingsourg, where has been for sometime looking over the telephone exchange in that county, of which he is owner. It is eniovins a cood business as one of the oldest in Eastern Kentucky, having been built by Mr. Powell in '9C. ed Four Games Four games of base ball this week will delight the fans, and if the Pioneers can take all four, they will be crowding the Colts for first place. The locals started off with a rush, but the two now for $ 5 1 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 12 50 1 10.M 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. Wjll you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from -- 7.18 season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to 1 1 1 Brand new suits, this ed $12.50-slaughter- at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices Fine country hams Culton's. just received tf For Sale. Some extra fine seed wheat at per bushel. R. P. McCerd & Son. Red House, Ky. 3-- tf rotten games thrown away on the grounds here last Wednesday and the 8LO0 slump at Paris and Maysville put us down the line a few points. To Canada. Mr. Preston Smith left yesterday for House for Rent Alberta Province, Canada, where he Severn ream brick, furnished or un- will be in charge of a big ranch owned furnished. 407 West Main street. by his brother-in-laJ. P. Vanwinkle, Green Clay. of Louisville. Mr. Smith spent last sum Telephone 300-- 3 3t 7 mer in that part of the country. There program; Rare Chance. High Praises For Prof. are many Kentuckians in Alberta and Big Crop. 1 Ice Cream Supper Normal Commencement. Thursday evening President and Mrs. Mr. Green, salesman for The Cable Farm News all are doing well. About 5,000 acres of Caneer. 3 Crabbe's reception, Eight to eloven; Messrs A. D. and C. D. Miller have There wtti be aa Ice Cream Supper at land is being cultivated by several Boyle Piano Co of Chicago, has some splendid : & chapel exercises, Friday morning, last The Carthage, Tennessee. Institute Broom Sage soheel house Friday, July county people, who have been out there about finished harvesting a mammotn Items ol Interest to The Far bargains in shop worn and rented which came to a close last week passed crop of peaches and have sold tho out Fifth Annual Closing of ihe conducted by Senior Class, beginning at pianos, some of the oldest and best mcr, the Grower and the 21. at 8 o'oteck P. M. Everybody invit- for about three years, 10 o'clock; the following resolutions compHmentry put at a nice figure. It is one or tne lew It ed makes. This is a rare opportunity to Stockman. School. Gov. Willson to Friday evening the graduating exer- get a real bargain in a piano of almost to Prof. 31. L. Caneer. who has beea Why Is It places in this section, where the peach Speak Friday. cises. All are invited to these exorcises. your choice of the best makes. Installation crop came out abundant, even tho the The Georgetown fair is the first on The farmers have no room to com elected principal of Caldwell High Call at Mrs. Bettie Park's on Second plain now, for the earth is soaked in School this eity, and who will eeme to elected sometime the circuit, beginning the 25th of this frost nipped It some. The new officers, Reduction in the price, of men's low The fifth annual commencement of tho Street and see Mr. Green. Phone KM. Madison county and the croops look fine. Richmond next month to reside. ago by the Congregation of the First month and the Lancaster fair holds Helps Some shoesask to see them. "That we express our sincere thaaks State Normal School is Holding lorin Presbyterian church will be installed forth the same week but begins on the Rico & Arnold. Hopkins straw hats are tho best. Great Tobacco and corn are coming fine, the to State Supt. Brister for sending us recent rains will help the potato this week and will come to a close on The wheat was good and oats shows up Sunday, and special services will be the 26th. Madison oounty is the only real reduction in price. Prof. M. L. Caneer as state aid. We there will oe next Friday evening, wnen mo com well. The farmers should be thankful, program for the occasion. Dr. Scanlon live county in the Bluegrass that can't crop in this county, but Rice & Arnold. Opportunity An markets and they will be at mencement exercises proper will be held but it seems as if they are never satisfied feel that we express the sentiment of leaves Monday for a vacation of several have a fair and its a shame. A special fow for the every teacher in this Institute when we Gov. Willson will top prices. This is the. first time in in the Auditorium. VirSupt. John Noland, of the County Hot Weather Hurts the Skin. with tho seasons. train to Lancaster every day during the weeks to relatives in Pittsburg and say that we have never had an educator potato crop has been a be the guest of honor for the occasion schools is just in receipt of the. annual exhibtlon and of course Madison will be years that the ginia. Poisonous prespiration causes rashes, failure. Tatce the potato irom tne poor and will deliver an address to the class. notice from the President of State nenry Reyburn sold lost week a very with us, who has dene more for educatthe best represented county in this secDr. R. II. Crossfiold, President of Trans University, apprising him of the num- hives, blotches, pimples and prickly fino mare by Duko of Denmark to New ional progress than has Prof: Caneer. man's table and he Is ruined. Notice of Application for tion, both in people and live stock. '"Resolved further, that with a ylvania University, will also ta an hon- ber of pupils that Madison, county is heat, often the beginning of serious skin York parties for 5100. Parole. Heilman. knowledge of the valuable asElection. ored guest and will be a prominent allowed next year at the University. troubles. To was away tho poison entirely, ap To whom it may concern. sistance which Mr. Caneer has renderThirty six out of the seventy two Mrs. Georce W. Pickols was called to speaker on the program. Hon. J. A. Madison has sent out some of tho best Several sales of fat cattlo were made ed the J. W. A. Seheol, the Smith Qo. Notice is hereby given that Win. school districts of the county will elect rt ctoriinr Rnnilnv on account ol the Knllivan. nf the Board of Uesrents, win scholars that ever Graduated from the ply a simple solution known as D. D. D. in this county the past few days and application to the new trustees on Saturday August 5th. death of her sister, Mrs. Mary E. Heil- - deliver the diplomas. Prescription for Eczema. D. D. D. is Keeton, will make University and hopes to continue. State many fine exporters left to help feed Institute and the general public aloag Hon. Board of Prison Commlsioners, Supt. Noland is sending out notices to man, whose death occurred in that CU7 The exercises for the week begun last All those expecting to attend should generally sold In 81.00 bottles, but for the nobility of England and other educational, moral and spiritual lines in for a Parole. Said Keeton having been the districts that all those wishing to onthelGth. Deceased was a native 01 Sunday evening with the baccalaureate write or call on Supt Noland for par- 25 cents we can now give you enough to foreign countries. Joo Bales purchased helping to inspire the young and eld convicted of man slaughter to 21 years become candidates can obtain a blank Clark, and her remains were taken there sermon on tho campus by Uov. G. AV. ticulars. Madison will be allowed nine. prove that tho very first drops soothe from Lewis Neals 100 corn fed cattle, with the boauty and grandeur of real confinement in the State Penitentiary. form for nominating purposes from the Monday for interment. Six cnuuien Crutchfield, ot tno Mettuxiist cnurcn. Tho Stato University otrers 10 all and heal the inflamed skin as nothing to go August 15th at C.25. They will manhood and womanhood, we express All persons objecting to said parole local trustee or by sending to the office survive her. Mrs. Heilman had seen a The speaker s discourso was pnem tne students of small means, an excellent else can. averago close to 1,500. Sim Weil pur our deepest regrets to know that he will Wo vouch for the wonderful proper soon leave our county and state. will make said objections to said Board in Richmond. All nominating petitions resident of Ml Sterling for sotno time. ablest delivered hero in a long time, and opportunity to obtain a higher education. chased from Thompson Burnam 75 and "Z. "We feel that his stay with us for the hrmifhl nut manv slromr points for fu- - In addition to free tuition, students ap- ties of D. D. D., for we know that It from Irvine Hume 50 at $5.75 resmust be filed with the County Clerk in writing. MaltheWS Comes. John Keelon for ture th jnkin,j am0ng the young teachers, pointed from Counties are given room brings Instant relief for all kinds of skin pectively. James Neale sold to J. R. past eight years has been a great bles not later than the 2Cth of July and must Wm. Keeton, John Matthews, who has been mana- - He dweU on tne strong point of human- - rent in dormitories, fuel, and lights free trouble. Stockton & Son. contain the names of 10 persons in the McKinney 40 at $5. 75. They will aver- sing io the people, and we wish for . .o ia AnhAnA ger 01 ae rasi m "BMDO "'1"""" I Ity for humanity ana Deggeu .1 uiem us of coit. Any student remaining full district who are legal voters. age from 1.1Q0 to 1,500 at shipping him unlimited success and much hap. Plead Insanity. piness in his new field of labor. Should Newsom Chosen. office at Nlcholasville, win come 10 tcaehers t0 innk at their work in the nine months is allowed his traveling 81.00. time. White Oxfords in ladles sizes Richmond this week to take chargo ofhej,t 0( helping to make humanity expenses to and from school. The old Modern grand jury has In The Fayette county At tho State meeting of the Rice & Arnold. Ho tllus way of selecting students by competitive the local office to succeed .Manager stroner ana better in mind. Brotherhood of America, held in Louisflicted Oliver Broaddus for first degree M. B. Arbuckle purchased from T. J. George- - trate(i strongly In tho story of n Floyd, who Is promoted to the Bob Killed It, examination has been done away with, ville last week to select three delegates Biggerstaff, of Mt. Sterling a fine yearmurder for stabbing to death Alice Ely, office. Mr. Matthews has been scrv.in!r ror bread at the rich man's Druggist Stockton has been missing County Supt. is now the judge to National Convention in Denver in ling, double,-standaran inmate of Jlegowan street resort, and short horn bull a gat6i by jifcenjng him unto so many who and the tried at his ducklings and young chicks lor with the company many years and is of Whether a student is qualified to August, W. J. Nowsom, of this city was calf. This youngester is registered in it is expected that he will be man. wero thirsting for an education, stretch enter tho college and it he will uphold chosen one of the three, a very signal tho s nTt trm nf court. Relatives of sometime and the cause of their disap. very efficient telephone and Short horn books 11 in? out their hands to those who were the good namo of tho county along the honor. Perry Jackson, was temporary and is a promising individual. He is well pearance was a mystery. Sunday after u:i Broaddus. who is a member of a learned, to glvotbem of their knowledgo educational lines. chairman of the meeting and tho follow out of a cow that weighed 1.S00 and his known family, have engaged Judge noon, his young bull dog, "Bob," caugh t During the wind and rain storm last D. a huge ground hog in the act of bearing that they may be able togoout in tho s. M. Wilson and Attorney Will ing attended from the county as delega- sire tipped the scales at 2,500. iay aboutsix o'clock rlgUlnlDg I dne world as men and women, qualified Tor Read VVbat We Will Do! 7.. T. tes from tho different local organlzat Oldham to defend the accused, whose down upon the flock, and he made short ika iMiinra nl Mr. It s supposed nn I I1H e 111 work of the animal. m,;n it rnnsi.i- - the duties of Jife, The undersigned, having gone into ions, Waco, G. B. Moore; Newby, plea, it is understood, will be insanity. According to Uncle John Wagers "-ill lib iauF."A place-foEd Adams; wheat was worth 80 cents a bushel just Monday evening at the Auditorium the Real Estate and Commission busi- Elvada Tudor, Beroa, Broaddus' father in a crazy fit sev- that it has been Jiving near the turned loose a cart load of exwas ness, we sell either publicly or prl- - Richmond S. A. D. Jones nnd Red thirty five years ago this month. eral years ago attempted suicide hereby sometime and enjoying life at tho soot, brick, dust and lime in the house. the annual commencement concert spent some time pense of Mr. Stockton and other people The damages are covered by insurance, held, and the lovers of music were giv- vatelyyour farm oryourclty property; House, Major Wells. Mrs. Jackson and cutting his throat and in It is said the young in that section, who have been missing Mr. and Mrs. Rice and. children were en a rare treat. Tho concert this year swap your farm to city property, swap Mrs. Newsom were prominent among Mr. Allen Zaring says that the wheat in an asylum. farm, will sell the ladies who attended. this year is In better condition for man has also several times threatened their young fowls. out driving at the time, bjUjth'e servants was under the direction of the Cecilian your city property to Club, and the members of this organiza- your stock of good3, your personal pro grinding into flour than ho has ever to kill himself. were in the house X Hives and Prickly Heat After 'Em. tion acquitted themselves with much perty, will rent your farm or your city known. lie claims it is due to the lieved Free. To Frankfort Ever Have The Blues honor. In the absence of Misses Jamie property for you and collects rents, etc. A drunken fight that occurred at excessive dry weather during May to this There is no conditions attached Governor" Ed Brown,- - the well Caperton and Mary D. Pickels, Misses Ifiyou want a good ruilch cow, harness re-when the grain was maturing and there Most persons will immediately you are suffering wnn nives, Irrmwn local capitalist, spent the most Giunchlgliani and Kecno gave two num mare or geldlng,or a good pair of mules Baldwin on last court day proved a good was but one rain in Juno during tho few offer. If room for for snond. "ves." to this Question, but card for County Attorney Jackson In bites, or any other prickly heat. Insect can sen excursion bers. Miss Keene is the young daughter come to us. You may say of them probably could give you any skin affliction, we want you, to accept enjoyable time of any of the unearthing a great bootlegging business harvesting and threshing. Mr. Zaring ists last Friday, on the Christian of Mrs. Lilly Logan Keene, and played my own property, that may be true, in Richmond. Two prom inent residents says owing to the condition ot the satisfactory idea as to the cause or rea with our compliments a free bottle of nhiirrh' snecial train and outing to an impromptu her own composition but we have two chances to sell your of that section were brought boforo the rrain. his mill can produco from 10 to d despondent, son for this ZEMO, the clean liquid remedy for ec Frankfort. The Governor had not been showing great talent asv a composer and thineH where vou have one. Because county court and fined and the evidence 12 barrels more flour per day now. condition. Physiologists have dlscov. zema, and all diseases of the skin and ..... aiiss uiun- - pcoplu who have things to sell, list showed that they had purchased a to Frankfort for sometime, and he look as a brilliant penormer. t.i is brought about ered that this condition scalp. Daisy 11, tho dam of Rex Peavine, this opportunity to visit every place of chiglianl delighted the audience with tnem with real estate agents,, this is firy liquor in Richmond. by the seeming inability of the liver to This free bottle jsnot lull size, out ii interest in tho capital city. He is loud her exquisite Interpretation of the the reason why pjople who want to quantity of the fined the County Attorney the grand old saddle maro owned by the sRnamiA rnlsonous secretions from the being is lkree enough to show you the wonder in h! condemnation of the state for Schutt Valso. The concert was most buy come to us. They know it is hard After Main blood, and, as a consequence, these are had them summoned before Squire estate of tho late Dr. nockaday, has ful healing and soothing effects of allowing such an insignificant monu-- 1 pleasing to all, to buy from people who don't care to thorough examination and ust past her twenty ninth birthday nnd the system, in the ZBSIO. Call today for your sample bot- Dykes for a taken back into ment to mark the last resting place of The f0iiowjnff program was rendered sell nnd equally as hard to sell to a it resulted in a warrant being issued for sho is as young and active as a two treatment of such cases, we strongly tlo of ZEMO at Perry's Drug btoro. a man who don't want to buy . So you spent much' Daniel Boone. He has tne exception e( ono or two num recommend Rexall Liver SaUs because Thomas Burton. Burton declared he pur year old, according to Mr. James tim since his return explaining uie bers. that were unavoidably omitted. seethe climax Is reached with the chased the whiskey from Bell Rico and Hockaday. He thinks she will live to Fix 'Em. of the success so many people have ex building and its Piano Duet-Fau- st S. Smith real entnte man and the deal made. Bo her son Will Rice who it has since been see forty. Soventy two npproved marcs Fantasle perienced in using this preparation, TVith the modern business houses, beautiful new capilol come on right now and list your pro milnirs to his friends here who Mrs. Mlddleton and O. A. Mrs. Pickles, un were bred this year to tho Great Rex Rezall Liver Salts are manufactured In now belnz nut in by A. J. Suit - learned have been engaging in tho 1. Pcavlne and many were turned away," Liszt perly with us and we will sell it,lnsur- lawful business for sometime, shrewdly-eludins Cantiqno d' Armour. 50c. H. L. Perry, the Taylor, the city is beginning to pick up have never seen it. two sizes. 25 and Ing to both seller and buyer cou rteous Mrs. Denny the watchful eyes of the officers. showing the popularity of this great Rexall Drug Store. , in Its business section, xnere are a ,.r nnttnuated buildings on Chopin treatment nnd a square deal. Polonaise E. Flat Attorney Jackson says ho has one sire of saddle horses among horsemen. 1 UUWUQI For You. reasonable, no sale no charge. County Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone Main street.that should be torn down Mrs. Johnson of the oldest offenders in the Rice extf srut livA ctvtr invurftnee. Massenet Ono member of this ilrm has had When you know any marriages, Marguise woman and he is to bo. congratulated on and modern structures take their place. The cattlo market seems to havo gone worn births, deaths, accidents, sale of Lehmann perience looking up titles and prepar bringing all of them to justice. Liza Ah. Gather Roses nid vou ever look at the old and to pieces this week atCinclnnati. Four ing deeds, this Will be done without or news Miss Caperton teen car loads ot Kentucky choice stuff out buildings in the city and owned by land, crop or stock. Church or write We have a nice Broken sizes in Chlldrens and Mfsses was offered Monday with only two sold. Raff any extra charge. lodgo news, please telephone Valse D. Flat oeoole who are able to put In targe ana - erect office upstairs In Dr. Burt Gibson's slippers and low shoes ask tosoe them In nnes It tavs tothe Climax, so we can lot people Miss Pickels inn Benton & Evans purchased from WarSold regardless of cost price. Per Lasson building over Mrs. Barlow's ladies other parts of the county know about Crescendo: thMB kind, and no town in the country field Bennett 27 fat cattle, averaging !, furnishing store. Come In and see us & Arnold. every Rice ot Dennee Studv pays better on the investment aiong it. Wo want olean news 435, at 95.60 and this is the best price Omcc phone rio. 83 orrineusun. Mrs. Kollogg T.pts have some better looK- kind from everywhere. Ki. Una they could get in Cincinnati. Tho load You H&ven't 588 and 688, Culton's meal markot gives prompt Impromptu C Sharp MlnorH. Relnhold Residence phones No3 431, was sent on to Jersey City. log business houses. Respectfully, delivery. . Phono 125. Miss Keene 5aturday's Fire. Enjoyed. J. B. Walker, Much Je dls que rion ne m'epouvant Attention! Rlccl's ico cream is delicious. Every J. Tandy Eads, The residence of J. E. Greenleaf on Bizet Aria from Carmen Coburn Players in their rendition You The oy ono . talKs aDOUl 11. auy uavor mauo The. Directors ot tho Richmond Baso Jesse Cobb. come- - Lancaster Avenue, which, was guttea Miss Bright tf of two of Shakespeare's choicest Ball Club will hold a meeting at the was fully to order and delivered promptly. at, iue firo last Saturday afternoon, Concert Paraphrase Kuss d.es,deligbtedtwo Urge audiences Retruction on many styles Irt ladles Married Elks rooms tomorrow evening (Thurs - insured, and Mr. Green eat nones to E. Schutt slippers and low shoes. Valse (Strauss) Normal School campus xnursuay, manday) to which all are urged to be pres beeinas soon as possible the rebuild, Jg. Q AAA Saiile Hme Miss Giunchigliini Rice fc Arnold. nee and night. This company oj piay- ent. blaze and had gained with the best, not ex- It was a dangerous Piano Duet Der Frioschutz.... Weber Ferity er wd Bring the family and considerable headway before discovered. Mrs. White, Mrs. Denny Ada Rehan, Julia. Marlowe, E Greatest CokSkwutncWnrU 5ix Institutes' came at that time, for such a Get a Bargain. ord Are the largest let us make an artiscn,,thBm and others. The "Taming Luckilv it On Tuesday morning the Class Day Tares fMer Rick StWa Hotm Stakes when the occupants were asleep Proft Shearon, of the Normal school, Shrew" was cleverly put on, each fire have caused much heavier dam exercises wero given on the Campus, Ifjouaroaloverof good music you er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, leaves next week for a six weeks tour rih tic group Htgh-Ck- w would KH.uig In the hands of finished acton - which proved one ot the most pleasing should call at Mrs, Bottle Park's on lambs, and calves at the Cin of Eastern Kentucky, where he will About aics. 11 not loss 01 iuc o- KarMM Race Daily Th"Much Ado k. of the entertainments. The program Second Street So see and hear the Cablo ana aun 03preside at Teachers Institutes. He nishlnirs from the burning building, Jar, vr.v,ir, rimcdv was played as a mat nroenleafandhls daughter, Miss Van, was as follows: Historian, Miss Flora Innnr Plaver. This Is one of the most cinnati UnioHStocfc Yards goes first to Mt. Vernon, then to Pre& work real kind, in Scfalcgel Instruments IneebllL There was ore ..,(nixi slight burns dn the head and Dodson; Poet, Leila Buchapnan; Music; wonderful being difforent of Us ways Coasirn your stock to them tonsburg, Inez. Irvine, Burlington and HERBERT A. KLDffi many n this piece, and Ur. co- in M. D. Ambergy; Grumbler, existnnce, .u. his shoulders, caused from falling sparks. Prophet, S.J.McGaugfcey and receive the highest marke Alexandria. This 'is highfifth successive Emily Dyche; Music; Orator, Paul Lut-trel- l; frotnall other self playing pianos. Benedick and his wife as Beabum as honor. Prof. vear in Estill, a very style Thora was no one at home at the time. Mr,i Green who is representing The prices. Glftorian, Edna Pollltt. AcceptProp,. trix, handled their parts in perfect part except Mrs. Greenleaf, who was un Sharon is popular in the school here pleasure acially making this .v. tirf the roof until dls ance of Class Memorial The President. Cabltf Co. of Chicago will tako well 'as in many parts of tho stole .A audience. These aware of the bk.ze in in - r This evening the Alumni Reception ... itftmonstratinir this instrument to jutohbor. Mrs. W. T. a .hJUdaa wherhe has presided over Institutes, and Banquet at Memorial Hall Is the anyone who wishes to hear it, . -- ' -- Covington and Banks v ho ever desire to return to our county, he will still Hod that warn pbtc m our hearts which has always ekafeteriad our feeling for him. "Resolved further. That as km scholarly attainments, his frtM wvctii sad his beautiful chrfeltaa rtmwitar torve inspired s to higher Mals awl aspiraiieas, we strive mora wwraacUy in the eomfeg years lo UveMMl swpMry the Hfe f ew btovt, hwrtw md nUr Fire Report State Fire Marshal NwkMe Ink ji sent te the CM max oHee a Ml ami plete report et the Mres ia Um state tka. past year and their oaases, i( Inmwb. DuriBg the year Uiare wr 3,ttR Ars reported to that ofltoe from Wl ecumiog. Of this number 135 were frm "utewn eause". 73 from incont.tary ami 1,364 from aecklonlal causes as shown hf the different taMes. There wm I, IS I 301 barns and staWas and 465 stores kand outbuildings. Tfca total value of all the properly dontxyod is I2.301.2te. In Madison eannty tlwr were 30 frame and 8 brick simoturea endangered or destroyed by lira the poet year. The value of tlMee striatwrott was 3MV50 and wrontnee to tho amount of 851, S00 was carried. Out of this amount 330,005 was paid ia lasses. i -resi-deai- coa-scio- us i! T-- I... Laz-tow- Pole-Angu- Big Clearance Sale i 10 Days Only in - r Beginning July 22 and ending July 30, I will sell everything my entire stock absolutely AT COST my fall stock i to moke Mrs. J. M. Barlow Street Gibson Bid West i U n SOI g o Com-mksiu- ns Blue Grass Fair o LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 01 5 -- - AUGUST Been Photographed Since Were the Year 7,8,9,10,11,12 2 Big Days and Nights 6 6 f U. S. MarineBand, Daily Concerts li AeropkQeHifhuDaifybJAD.McCHrfly o - G C Sale & Co all-around $ J, UW a4 $25,000 I IN PREMIUMS Best of aB Aaerica Mrse Sm vw II fc ..... flirt Stock CARJSVAL COMPAOT Ihe Strife MtW )m. Jr -- ar w W. S. Norrisi 1 KWtBMMid '( ii jjj J Keep your feet young in looks and feelings Now jfj ' jj 1911, Now at "' jjjjj ' j six- - Starting Saturday, July 15th, and Ending Monday, July 31st, Hav-eC- 1911 Wear shoes with built into them foot-comfo- Ladies', Men's, Boys' and Children's Low Shoes Must be Sold. Low Shoes low Shoes 50c Low Shoes tn Low Shoes at c rt Stock Low Shoes Now CO $3.79 Values o Ties 39c Now at CD Now at at $2.89 Were $3,50 Now $2.49 Were $3.00 5550 and $5 5 $3.29 Were $4.00 - $2.10 Were $2.50 StjUNo. I2S .50 SLOO Crossett "MAKES'UFEJS .WALK C3 Low Shoes Now at Shoe shoe. EASY- - $1.79 Were $2.00 Shirts now Shirts now - 1.50 Shirts now 2.00 Shirts now .80 79 31.19 1.49 Crossett "MAKES UFEJS jyVALK EASY" All kinds and sizes Shoe a- - HERE'S a zeal young our "Whirlwind" last Style in every line. Extra high heel. its shape, polishes fectly. A whirlwind success on $8.00 new 2.50 bow 2.00, bow 1.00 row - .50 bow Straw and Felt : 82.00 1.60 1.24 70 .80 I HATS Hand Bags : ; young man's THE the season. shoe Wears splendidly, holds per- Underwear $1.00 .75 .50 .50 One of the most popular of the new Crossetts. Glove top a? All the new Crossett models are on view. 1 Look them over. $4 to $6 everywhere. Lewi A. Croiiett, Inc, Maker, North Abwgton. M SOX 31.00 Silk Sex for .50 Silk Sex fer M Lisle Sox for .16 Sex for 70c 80c 19c 11c 209 Main Street John irl4 E. . FOR CLERK COURT Telephone 126 r Sexton . Union Suit now Scrivens now B. V. D. now Porosknit now 70a 85c 90c 30c Short vamp High heel-E- xtra heavy stitching Seven buttons and this is a button season. Distinctiveness is the keynote of all the new Crossett models. $4 to $6 everywhere. Lewis A. Crouett, Ino, Maker, North Abincton. Miu. a- - Richmond, Ky , Terms tIi mtw jIi jIt lit : Cash Jig iilr Trri il -- il lr ir ilr ir Vlr lc iIt fl ilr 1 1 1 Jlir air t mil HaaMaaaaaMiBaaMaBaaaiiaBiaaaBBaaBHaaiaBaMBaiHaMliaHaiaBBaHaaiaBBaBaaHMiHBaiaBiaaBM il umm at vtw mK aK lie i ft ijg xtx il i Mir It aim jIi. fir jfa alk 1 1t 11 jig jig jl i fj Betsy's Pointers Money to Loan on Good xarm Strong Ticket The Men Who Carry The Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womann, ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. AicPherson, from I would often faint N. C "They grew worse, till I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- The Northwestern Mntnai Liie Insurance Co., will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortpe. Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. 6-- 0t Houso Kentucky Legislature from Woodford county, 1903; member of the Kentucky State Senate 1905; Secretary Kentucky State Fair 1903-0-9 10. OF AFFEALS Richmond, Ky. " T. R. Pennington Dentist. L. Greene-Bor- n in Democratic Banner, Their Robert years chief deputyGallatin county eloven clerk of the Lives and Records. Courts of Kenton and Pendleton counties; chief deputy clerk of the Court of 1 Appeals having held the Tho following is a compilation of the position under five administrations; records of each member of. the State began tho practice of law in Frankfort Democratic ticket and it is interesting in 1900 after serving his connection reading to all Kentuckians. It is the with tho olllge of Olerk of the Court of winning ticket in November. Appeals. 18S4-190- Moved I Grocery & Meat jail, and soto Irvine street, opposite 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 pur chased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My FdU UNITED STATES SENATOR Office next door to Government build ing Richmond, Ky. Cardui WomarfsTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and welL During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. tor Special Instmctunt. and book. "Homt R, Emmett Million to Denny DENTIST OrerSUte Bans Trait TELEPHONE & 2W bnccessor iturein & Company Ollle M. James Born in Crittenden county July 27, 1871; admitted to bar 1891; delegate to Democratic National Convention. 1890; delegate at large to national conventions. 1904 and 1903; seconded nomination of William J. Bryan for President in 1908; chairman Democratic State Convention 1900; Representative in Congress from First Wash those Pimples Off. Use D. D. D. that mild, soothing wash, that recognized remedy for Ec zema and all skin troubles. First drops take away that awful burning itch, cleanse the skifl wasli away every pimple every impurity. Nothing like D. D, D. for tho complexion. Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth ten times its cost to have a bottle in tho house. At any rate, drop into our store to talk over the merits of this wonderful prescription. . STOCKTON & SON - IVIarket the have never seen au man with good sense but win' had beauty enough to mawe herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up wit:i joy and.satisfaction just dnp in among the customers at "I Lackey Telephone 62 & Todd Opera House Building The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing district, 1903-191- 1. FOB GOVERNOR James & IJunley Centre James B. McCreary Born in Mjidison county, July 8, 1838; graduated from College, Danville, 1857; Major Trtxtacit J or Women, test tret. J 49 i!ake your home as modem for yonr family as a city roi yoarself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when s yoa and year neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the received. CaM or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Naebvttle. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately nterestyoH. Oar lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, MIssUsIpp of Indiana and Illinois. Louisiana and the Southern-portioMr Farmer. p4a.ee Rural Telephones Will buy or sellyour house, and Lieutenant Colonel in Confederate and farm town lots or any tiling army under Gens. Morgan1859; Breckin member ridge: admitted to bar in else in the Real Estate line. lower bouse, Kentucky General Assem Any business intrusted 'to bly. 1809, 1871 1873, Governor of KenRepresentative in Conhim will be promptly and tucky, 1875-7gress from Eighth district, 1885-9carefully attended to. See United States Senator 1901-0Delegate him if his services are' need 4o Democratic national conventions, 1608, 1900.1004, 1908; delegate to Intered. national .Momentary Conference, Brus "We represent iron bound sels, 1S91. Cultoo's meat market gives prompt delivery. "Phone 125. Ricci's ice cream is delicious. , Every one talks about iU Any flavor made to order and delivered promptly. tf Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone ' tf and live stock insurance. Going to Build? deoe sad insurance uompames member this. - re-- - FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Jf you are going to have a party have Ricci make your brick cream in that tf delicious manner. BurnamV Insurance insure cheap. Fire, ance. Wm. tobacco in the Agency. field. ben-eft- J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Edward J. Mc Dermott Born in Louisville; educaled-a- t ward and high schools; graduated in law from Harvard University, 1870; member of the lower 1880, legislature, house, Kentucky member of the Constitutional Convention, 1891; member of the Charter Committee which wrote charter of city of Louisville, 1891. FOR TREASURER counThomas S. Rhea Born ty; prominent in the business ml financial circles of Western Kentucky, -- being president of the Russellvillo. Bank; associated with his brothers,- - John S. and A. G. Rhea, in farmjng on an extensive scale. We Rates tf J. i R. PARKE Telephone 39 Lumber Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Irvine Street Life, Accident and Health Insur The very best old line Companie S. Broaddus, Agt. t-- f, Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 W. Wv Broaddus & Co., have excellent facilities for storage. Bring in your wheatr. 2-- tf Richmond, Ky Brick for Sale A The Home is Not Complete Without a IT IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH few thousand old brick for sale. J. D. King & Son.. 2-- tf T. S. TODD Contractor and r The Climax 9 9 $1.00 ' ' J." REFRIGERATOR and Above AH a First-cla- ss For Sale. D. R Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO "WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD One IT We keep the best one on the market and every owner will testify to its great worth. Harry M Blanton, nly -ATOGlCt to Bennjtt Lot in Buruamwpod T0xl70 feet FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL tf R. K. STONE Annlv 4 James Garnett Born in Adair county November 15, 1801; graduated Trom Burnam's Insurance Agency oldest Georgetown College and from law de- and best companies represented. Phone partment of University of Louisville 707. tf 1893; County Attorney of Adair county Dan Brock, fire, lightning cyclone member of Democratic State tf Eleventh and live stock insurance. Central Committee from the Past Grand Master of district Grand Lodge, F. & A. M. 1693-1900; 1S95-1903; t t C Dunaer ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION ORANGES 15 DENTIST BaL-iU- tc FOR SECRETARY OF STATE H. I. PATRICK cents' WW The main secret in this one lELcPdONE ISM is'its cork' lining. 'Cork is acknowledged by scientists to he the best of heat, and the manner in which it is used in this Re- non-conductor H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of those its patron needing ser vices oi a competent man. Aauress, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Born in Indiana Crecelius but has been a resident of Pendleton county for many" years; farmer on an extensive scale in home county and long active in effort to establish tho Burley tpbacco society m Kentucky; member of. the Kentucky Legislature from Pendelton county in session of C. F. 1903-1010. DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky '(Crown, Bridge and Shop in Rear oi McKee Building lnlay work a Specialty. OfBce In Bank Building. Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky .FOR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION " ) , ,Robt C. Boggs Dentist Office A Rare Beauty gem in cur tine eolle'c-tio- a of newels is, and their rich colbr and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them, fit srifts for a Qupen. We have everything thiit is new and novel in pins, Jttif rator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low GfttmEAF & MERfilNGTON Lawyers Office inlDougla4 fc Simmona' now on Second Street ; opp. Courtr-Houso jiftfre. Com in and let us show you. . Its worth, your vk&t Barksdale 'Uamlett :Born in Chris tian county, educated in common a schools of native county; worU'cd.-a- s farmhand to earn money loattend from the Hampton- -- cradualed Sidney College, Virginia, at the age of 19; superintendent of schools of llop- kinsville. -c- ol-leffc. evry r Telephonj 2C7 in Oldham Building Dr. C i FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE m D. B. Shackelford 33 Co. Mate 'Street, West , Arroaxx vat-LaKENTUCKY. X1CKM0ND, kTrHt-Go.,-cMm mr &tt SMk p- in Monroe county 1899; educated at Southern Nor Bowling Green; member of mal-schoo- l J... W. NewmanBorn Graduate McKllttpp Yi to x1 ot H. Mainhart -- Chfc. lr) tclfe. rhps, ' Veterinary. Surgeon Cort Houe, oh Main Stret, the faculty Ken'ucky State College,' Office at J, B. Aj&M's StahW now the S.JfBivenJity al .Lxfeetqi, Offlco Phi&e W h RiahwoRd, Ky twelve ymrdi ' member Xyl tM kwr lies. Phone e f ear screws aiad drops at Wices that are remarkable fora their low figure P. V. B. McKiriney " F. J. TBiCteR E..1 Main Street