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All I the News for $1.00 a Year Less than 2 cents veek : : : : : J THE RICHMOND CLIMAX "' ' When you want f and don't know Printing how it shoUld.be done consult us, - " " 38th YEAR ' "' - - ... - " " . - Ifr -.i - RICHMOND, MADI50N COJJNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1911 To Manuafaclure. - NUMBER 8 . Smith Caught : Lu R. Blanton Telphone 85 Cor. Main and B. Streets N. V. The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER .There Is a movement on foot to j After eluding the vigilance of tho interest growers of burley tobacco in 'officers of three counties for the past the organization of companies for tlio three years, Wiley Smith, who it is manufacture of their product. This claimed stole a borso from Thomas movement has grown outof the recent-decisio- Vaughn and traded iWo a matt in Jackof tlie Supremo Court order- son county in May 1903. was captured ing the dissolution of the American just over tho line in Jackson county last Tobacco Company, and through which-tobacc- Thursday by Deputy Sant P. Hush and men generally soo an en- lodged in jail hero. Vaughn indentifies couraging outlook for tlio establish, the man as the one who hired n horso ment of independent factories In the and buggy from him in Slay 1908 and the rig was not recovered until it tobacco producing states. Tho growers who are foremost in had been traded oft to Jackson county tlio movement argue with their broth- parties and was later found in Laurel ers of the Industry that they would county by ,Deputy Bush and Mr. reallio better returns than if they con- Vatighan. Smith made his escape and tinue to sell tho weed in loose loaf or- claims sinco that time to have boen in Oklahoma and Tonncseo. Mr.Vaughan, ." der or iu hogsheads. It is not likoly that there will, bo is JIanagor of the Idamay Coal Co., another pool of tho raw material. Tho here, but at that time was in the livery costflf pooling under the methods of business on Main st. There was a state the Hurley Tobacco Society was reward of lifty dollars for Smith, which it is a matter of open com- will go to Deputy Bush. ment that tho majority of the growers who went into that oriranizalion with Hay Fever, Asthma and Sumtheir tobacco have come out of it dismer Colds appointed at the net returns for their Must bo relieved quickly and Foley's crops. Thore are some who still have Honey anh Tar Compound will do it. nsold tobacco or the 1909 crop in the E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chicago, writes: I liavo been greately pool, and there is no aparent hurry on troubled during thb hot summer the part of President Lebus and the months willi Hay Fever and find that Executive Board of the Society to sell by using Foley's Honey and Tar Comthis residue and wind up the alfairs of pound 1 got great relief." Many others who suffer similarly will 'be glad to the organization. benefit by Mr. Stewart's esporience. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is Now is the time of year to feed your effective for coughs and colds in eiUier fowls a good tonic. cures children or grown persons. No opiates, no harmful drugs. In a yellow pakges. Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Refuse substitutes. Forsaloby Stockfed as a preventative ton & Son. When it not only keeps them healthy,- but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, Bi 5um. Xo Pay. Guaranteed by your drujreists. Stockton & Son. Tho school per capita for Madison has Try it under the guarantee. Ask for been placed by tho State . Department booklot on disease of poultry. at $1.42. Tho regular per capita is $4.40 but some counties have an income from school bonds and some have more income from the dog tax than others. Those counties running over the regular amount are: Fayette, $1.45; Franklin, $1.33; Clark, $1.40; Bourbon, 4.39; Jessamine, $4.30; Madison. $4.12; Scott, You $4.40; Breathitt, $1:54; Montgomery, n cnor-jnous.aR4-11-Lim-bcrnec- k. 40-5- m ; of-th- e Long. Thfrnews death of Morris T. Long, which occured at his home in xianyiiio last week was; received in his native county of Madison with much regret. Mr. iong was born near Kirks- yilleand is widely connected in that section. For many years he has been in charge of tho colored department of the Suite School for Deaf at Danville and no- - more popular man ever lived in Boyle county. He was sixty Bight years of ago and is survived by a wifo. Sir. LfOng was in Richmond about two vceks ago and paid the Climax dfflce a pall. He was a great disciple of Sir Izaak Walton and had. intended coming lo Richmond this week for a visit to relatives and to enjoy a few days fishing in Lake Reba. Fair Exchange A New Back for an Old One. How U Can Be Done In Richmond. The back aches at times with a dull, indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and again tho lions aro so lame to stop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back in this condition. You cannot reach the cause. Exchange the bad back. for a new and stronger one. Richmond residents would do well to profit by the following example. L. M. Cox 302'Bowyer St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation requires much heavy lifting and I believe this was the cause of my kidney trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so acute that I could not rest. When I arose in the morning, I was lame and stiff and felt so tired that I could hardly commence the day's work. My kidneys were also disordered and the kidney secretions caused me much annoyance by their frequency in passage. I doctored and tried many remedies but could not find relief. severially Doan's When suffering Kidney Pills were brought to my attention and decided to take them, I procured a supply. I soon improved and by the time I had taken the contents of a few boxes, I was cured." For sale by all dealers. Piice CO cents. Foster-Milburii Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United Doan's and THE STEARNS & (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU MATTRESS have kwwn FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATlS INSIDE THE to i unu u.vi AND READ., wmtimm iji.tr; laizu Urtniflb l T WHr<isin5gfWmi& TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL &CONFORTAQLE MATTRESS YOU GET Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. no medicine or treatment 1 tried seemed to do any good,1' writes H. M. Young-peter- s, Editor of The Lake View, Ohio -- IN6 GUA'RANXtg 1 "I suffered intensely after eating and "The first few doses ot Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabelels gave me a surprising relief and the second" bottle seemed to give me a now stomach and perfectly good health."" For sale by Stockton & Son. 1 Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress, out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, - landing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jusl the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedt relaxaone-six- th Brown. , Mr. Wallace Brown, of Nelson county, representative elect and candidate for speaker of the House In tho next General Assembly, was in the city last Wednesday ' talking with several friends Mr. Brown is against the "ring" and claims that ho will defeat tho regime, States. which he claims is organizing to conRemember the name take no other. trol the next general assembly. More people, men and women, are suffering from kidney and bladder troble than ever before and each year more of them turn for quick relief and permanent benefit to Foley's Kidney Remedy, which has proven itself to be one of tho most effective for kidney and bladder ailments that medical science has devised. For sale by Stockton & Son. At Broadhead. Broadhead, the hustling little city Rockcastle county, is making great preparations for the annual old time fair, which convenes this year August 10, 17 and 18th. This is really an old fashioned country fair and many people from these parts attend. The railroad is offering one fair plus 25 cts for the round trip. in An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as a rule, be cured by a single dose of and Uhamberlian s Uolic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no superior for bowel complaints. For sale by Stockton & Son. tion. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. FABRICS for the least money Haven't Been Photographed Since the Year You Were $1.45. Begin at Once. The $0,000 improvements to the Methodist church in this city will be begun at once. The well known firm Todd & Sort have been awarded the contract and this is proof enough that it will.be of the highest class. The plans' call for improvements that will add greatly to life present structure and be a source of much pride to the congregation. 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 beit Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show Relief for the "Morning After" Married A hint to the ' llrlng the family and let us make an tic group artis-- - wise is sufficent The Schlegei-Studi- o N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND 5. J. McGauliey. Prop. Those porsons who, after a more or less strenuous night's fun, awake -- with that extrdmely uncomfortable sensation know as a "head." will be pleased to know that Rexall Liver Salts offer remarkable relief for this condition. One teaspoonful in water, repeated several times at hourly intervals, will mako you feel like a new man. Results aro guaranteed. Meet at PaJks Hill, Two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Porrys. The Tho annual meoting of Morgan's Rexall Drug Store. rnenwill be held this year on August 15 and ICth, at Parks Hill, Nicholas For 5ale county. It will be one of the biggist n events for the old soldiers in years. A most desirable building lot in addit'on, 00 x 200 and the only Tho railroads aro offering a one half desirablo lot on Main street for sale fare. The Parks Hill Assembly is now Wiil sell cheap. . in session and will continue until the 3loth. Robert Sam.ee. Cnp-erto-t them. In the cure of consumption, concentrated.eaiilydigested nourishment is necessary. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. is a very A Stearns & Fosler Comfortable and Economical Mattreas to buy. For 35 years Scott's Emulsion has been world-wid- OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 the standard, AUDnmuU e Consumption. treatment' for Night Telephone vr. s. o. 136 r. o l. 229 I? 0 Reduced Prices We Are Offering Calico l-- f op July 5?: As usual, at the end of the season we 2c re- Clothing 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 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for $10.50 Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 $1.98 Boys' Suits worth 1.50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 I? 3t from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 1 --2c, at: 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at JO and 12c, at 9c . Lawns 4 -2 to 9c for values worth 6 to 18c a yard We are making a clean sweep in our Dress Goods, departm. ment and we offer values worth from 50c to $15.0 at I about half price 1- duce prices oil all. Odd Lots, Remnants, Etc prefering to close them out at sacrifice rather than carry them over. Our patrons know our methods and we are not going to give you a lot . of highfaluting newspaper talk that we But we have this to say: can't make good. -- We are Overstocked in Silks and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city "We have a good assortment ot If you Ladies9 Waists worth froml$1.00 to $1.50, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time Get prices. . ago"and we must clean up in this department. We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth kom $7.50 to $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 are looking for values at a price we have them All summer Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all lines are lower, but space forbids more prices Remember we have no trashy but the merchandise at reduced prices clean-u- p of honest g Your money's worth and more. goods KB Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers lower in price for quality than ever before must go if prices will move them. They will go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest prices you have seen this season. We quote a few prices and ask you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend a penny If lf ner Ham ill First - & . Main . i n O Uli ilk. EI p o 1t e p Richmond, Kentucky . s . . a . a n n o c e t lk. iL. A It - ' it Mineral Weik where thev visited Mrs. more Christain. consistent The An Ofdkwice. Jackson's sisfer, Mrs. A. V. Caldwell. i extends to the Father and Climax Mermen's and Collates Talcum Powvir" Farm News Be it ordained by the Board of Coun "txfu?ht,. the Judee W. W. Park, who family, whom it has known for many Moran farm some years tfgo and now cil of the city of Richmond, Ky., thai years, G. D. Corsets hi slncerest sympathy and lives there aad who has been in poor taTtoeFarany person throwing broken- - glass or condolence. health for many weeks past, has so Jar. glass bottles or glass or crockery of aay recovered as to be able to be out. He kind, upon the streets ot the city was in towa Momhiy sltaking hand with In Mernoriam. Ky., shall ;bg.fined 5 his friends. f Richmond, is, of course, a necessary guide as to the extent Squire Dykes officiated at the wedding Mr. J. B. Walker shipped to Paris not less than $5 nor more than $10 for Little the two year old son of Mr. David Javis and Miss Nancy last week 10,000 bushel of bluegrass each offense. ' to which you can indulge your tastes In various, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams, and Mae Brock, bth of Winchester, who . " grandson of Mrs. Rose B. Jarman, late Tassed August 4, 1911. 1.50 seed- - purchased in this county at is fortunate, therefore, that in things. slipped away from the old folks and Approved, Sam'l Rice, Mayor." came to Richmond to get the nuptial to 81.03 per bushel. They were consignotthis .city, died In their new home, plumbing fixtures, which must of necessity be knot tied The ceremony was perform ed to Sr Brent & Co., who are bis Attest. A. B. Farfc, Clerk. Torrinjtton, Wyoming, August 1, 1911. of the best quality, you can satisfy your ed Friday. dealers in this staple. The news of his death came as a great for An Ordinance. tastes at moderate cost without fear of their At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard shock to their many .friends and relatives White last Saturday Mr. Jete Hunter Be it ordained by the- - Board of Coun here, ajl of whom deeply sympathize 'sanitary security. In Alfalfa pays when If, 'is a success. cil of the city of Richmond, Ky., and Miss Dovie Benton were united In. that it with them In their great bereavement. marriace. The bride is but fifteen. AV. P Givens. of Boyle county, has This is owing to the great number of dewhile the new husband has just passed been quite successful. ."'He cut 'his first shall be Unlawful for any property hold- LUtle Jarman was a bright, beautiful will fall In the city of Richmond, Ky., to per er mo seventieth milestone of Ms age. it signs of Standard" fixtures which are all littlff follow, and the pet and idol of his crop Juue 1st, and sold the hay for 315 jnlt said property or was a quite wedding. the sidewalk in home, and being atv'only child was ,, . . ' i sanitary, and whether of the smaller designs all per acre, un JUiy join, lie cuiasecouu front of same to become unsightly or unfMl 1.1 Those from a distance attending the 11? almost worshipped as such. or tne more eiaoorate, win Iiook.- wen in your funeral of E. T. Burnam were Mr. and crop which made two tons. per acre and healthy on account of any growth ot eighgone A earth, Mrs. Graddy Kennedy of Cincinnati. is not yet sold. The third crop is bathroom. weeds. Any person violating same shall A littlu life gone out from up to God; littlu soul Ohio, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Wallace and teen inches high and Mr. Givens ex be fined not less than $1 nor more than umy a little form of clay, Mrs. Jesse Graddy of Versailles, Mr. pects to cilt the fourth crop before cold If you want your work done right let us fS.00. Lying beneath the sod. 4' : Ford Brent and Miss Alexander of Paris. weather , do it. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Passed August 4, 1011. A beautiful spirit shines in heaven, Mrs. Richard L. Gentry left Saturday Approved, Sam'l Rice, Mayor. Shines like a star of dazzling light, for Terra Haute. Ind.. for n short visit A jewiil unto our Savior given, to relatives, before going on to her home A recent communication from W. O. Attest, A. B. Faris, Clerk. Precious, pure and bright. Airs. U entry spent six Park, who is engaged in the Live Stock in asuviile. wee lis witn atesdamcs A. u. and v. u. low prices, Fast Pacer. in Cease weenimr then, nor stricken ones. Miller near town. She has many friends Commission business at the Kansas City Stock Yards, we learn that the Martin Gentry claims he was the Your darling baby boy, light. hero who regret her departure. Is now an angel-fai- r as is believing, for Telephone 270 ictim of a very raw deal at Berea fair In that home of life and Joy. B. F. Hurst, Mgjr At tho home of Mr. Harve louglas, continued drought in Missouri is broken atMoberley. last week, a number of Late corn is greatly improved by recent last week. He had" won two heats in And sometime, there again you'll clasp, is for this old friends enjoyed a big basket dinner rains, the grass is growing nicely and the pace with his old buggy nag. mm to your hearts once more, general good time under itie and people generally feel much more en lone, and the judges claimed he was And look into his baby face, shade trees. Most of them guilty of fouling in the next heat. Icne And kiss it o'or and o'er. were former residents of that section of couraged throughout the State. was pitted against several Madison And fold him tenderly in your arms, county, who now reside in Rioh the As in happiest days of yore, mond and vicinity. John E. Madden, master of Hamburg county cracks, but he showed his heels Oh! blessed thought, opera Place, delivered to C. S. Brent & Co., nt to many of them. He is the big sorrel With,yours,the precious,more. Manascr Baxter of the local to part uo his death brought genuine sorrow and tie s house was in Danville last week attend' Lexington last week, between 4,000 and gelding that Mr. Gentry drives every Cousin Pallie. regret to a community where he was spending a few hours inir the fair and day to his family carriage and a gentle with Manaeer Stout of the Danville 5,000 bushels of bluegrass seed, grown born and reared, and where ho was opera house, who is a warm personal on Mr. Madden's farm. The price was old family horse, but on the track he known to every man, woman and child Moberly. can show a fast gait. Iriend. It was tbe h si time lie nau $ 1.05 per bushel. as a whole souled, companionable man, ever visited the capital of Boyle. (contributed) Keep Your Skin Comfortable Josephine Walters Moberly wai born for his happy' disposition at all times, Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay and their In Boyle county the following sales of and under all conditions, and a geniality Butterick Patterns cuests Mr. and Mrs. Clay Herrlck and of export cattle have been made recent And Your Complexion Clear In Alsace, France, September, 5, 1805. that was rare. Tutt Burnam made a Mr. Guinean. Judge and Mrs. Jtodes Moved to Lexington, Ky., when six friend of everybody with whom he beSee Our Bargain Counter Shackelford, Mr. and Mrs.- George ly; Gentry Bros, sold to Schwartzchild During The Hot Weather. m. Phelps. Miss Manraretta bmilli, months of age. Married J. P. Moberly acquainted, and his friendship was suizoerger ios neau or splendid ex n your sKin is Kept comrortabie, you December 30, 18S5. who with the came Marsteller and Green Clay, composed an port cattle at 0 FIGURE YOUR as strong, for those he knew were his cent?. These big automobile party that attended tne steers will weigh 1,500 pounds. Worth will be comfortable, your self. If you stepson, J. Christopher Moberly, whom friends, as it was posssble for it to be. Berea fair Friday. ington & McKeeking, the Gentry Bros. or one of your children are being made she reared irom babyhood and loved as He expressed his opinion on all ques Rdward Stockton and sister. Miss Jane The Young Ladies Missionary Circle neighbors, sold by hives, prickly heat, rashes her own son, survive her. Her father, D. M ill leave Friday for Michigan. to Joseph Bales, of Rich miserable tions, openly, without fear or favor. His of the Christian church met with Miss or eczema or if i'ou are worried bv mother, two sisters and two brothers gentlemanly bearing and strong charac Mrs. II. C. Jasper and children Sallie Park last Thursday and a good mond, agent for Schwartzchild & Sulz nroeram was arranged for the occasion, burger, 70 steers that will weigh about pimples, biack heads, sun burns or live to mourn her loss. Mrs. Moberly ter gathered 'round him a friendship Xlcnolasville. Editor visiting relatives in sicin trouble of any kind, we want you was a great sufferer from dropsy and Mrs. McLellan was a visitor at the 1,475 pounds, for C cents. vioe K. Yauht Monte Fox, Mrs. 'William Simmons, of Jackson that few men enjoyed. Those who knew and her usual charming to try ZEMO and ZEMO Soap. Pla., is the guest of Mrs. Geo. meeting gave ain talk on Texas. heart trouble, irom which she died on him best loved him most. To tho deville. Miss agent for Joseph Stern & Co., Now York manner ruiuMEt mm wecuuii ti earo so anxious to nave you use July 23, 10U, in Kansas City. Mo.( voted wife and children the condolence Simmons ea Oak street. Stella Lewis who is remembered hero as packers, bought of Geo. P, Merrick 75 BLANTON-CONSLETrecently and sympathy of the community is Mr. Gordon Doty, of Wyoming, is the a student at Madison Institute but who big 1,500 pounders, at G 14 cents; he ZEMO and ZEMO Soap that we offer where Mr. Moberly had LUMBER COMPANY ON THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO guest oi his aunt Mrs. V. o. Chenault has just returned from Japan where she also bought you a generous sample of each and moved in the hope that change of of J. O. Caldwell, Jr., 125 of and the consolation is offered has been doing missionary work for the I on High street. (Incorporated.) our 32 page booklet "How to preserve climate would benefit her health that he has left a priceless legacy of a years, was also a visitor anu about the same lize at the same price last Incorporated the Skin" if you will send five 2c Amidst all her sufferings, sho evinced a life well spent in "doing unto others as Z. T. Rice and children are in cravesix Mrs. interesting talk on her a most XEr. Garrard county with relatives for a two Fres. stamps to E. w. ltose Mediclno Com A 0. MUfer subwork in Japan. faith and courage that were truly His Telephone 425 Near & A. Depot weeks stay. Sec'y-TreThe court day crowd was somewhat pany. 3032 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. lime. Though but 40 years of age, her he would have them do unto him." C. WMte life was an open book, and while his to pay postage or get them todav from Mrs. Zaring entertained Russel Stouf-fer- s short Miss Hazel Duvall, who has been the but the live stock market was ex Perrys Drug Store with a very delightful house and guest ef Miss Xera Rourke has returneJ hay ride toparty Reba, on Friday of ceedingly good. Manager Embry of the recommend ZEMO who indorse Soap lifu was so filled with love and good faults were as the faults of other men, Lake and ZEMO ASSOCIATE PRCSS KCITH6KY works, that those who knew her best he had no apologies to make, no excuses so her heme in Pans. last week where an enjoyable evening stockyards reports 500 cattle, 750 sheep for all skin troubles whether it be on realized that "she had been with Jesus, to offer. His life was lived with a fumoonMrs. James L. Wilcox and two child was spent with picnic supper and Cattle infant or grown person. and 150 hogs on the market. CMHfH MGTKtOT ftjBUSHIK UA6UC ren of Paris are visiting Mr. and Mrs light ride back to town. Other guests prices ranged from 4 to 4 We know you will be pleased with For many years she was a member of ture as the poet penned it: sheep Bush Rioe of Speedwell. who shared the very pleasant evening results Irom the use of ZEMO and the Christain church. She later becam So live that when thy summons comes, Perry, Julia Crutch-fiel- from 12.50 to 88.50 for ewes and an ZEMO Soap. For salo at Perry's Drug a trreat student in Science and full; To join that enumerable caravan YEAB PER Cotmty Sunt of Schools of Estill, were Misses Gladys Allen and daughter, average of 5 ftflOE tl.W Mr. and Mrs cts for lambs. Stock hog: oiore. o Lov Which moves to that mysterious realm. Sherman I .and. was ia the city Inst Martha Allen, Messrs. demonstrated that "Divine Merritt and sold well, several choice lots bringin, IN ABVAXOE Wednesday en business. always has met and always, will meet Chas, Powell, Hart Perry, Wm. Collins, as high as 7 cents. Thero wore several have never seen aworur every human need." Possesed of .great Go not like the quarry slave at night Mrs. D. E. Flora and Mrs. W. H Mr. Simpson Allen and Bowcn Zaring. - -- 1 WRIINHSOAY AU8. Scourged to his dungeon . . . buyers from a distance. WhMaker have returned home after with good sense but w u.n talent and executive ability, coupled But by an unfaultering trust approach Lancaster Record: John Hugh Gibmonths Stay at Dripping Springs. with a nature generous and loving, sho son and wife of Richmond, were visitors thy grave beauty enough to make n t Mr. Earle Eersole has accepted of Sam Cotton and wife during tho fair. instinctively drew both ok! and young IMSMOORATtC STATE TICKET. Mr, Edgar Doty is having n fine season Edwin Tutt Burnam iwas born in RichMiss Mary Miller of Richmond is position with the Richmond Drug Co. self highly agreeable. If y to her for comfort and help. The SenMr, Mm- IMte being entertained at the hospitable with his great show horse, Lord Bourbon M succeed Mr. Edmond Baldwin. mond, Ky., in May, 18C4, and was the ruling thought of her life is shown OUUE. X. JAMBA. home of Dr. and Mrs. M. K. Denny wish to see faces light up wit He won several blue tics at Lancaster Oldham. son of Curtis F. and Sara Rollins BurMiss Myrtle Johnson and Mrs. Morris grand Mrs. Emma Bush these words which were found in her rf CMMmdeo. TarplB, ef Estill county, are visiting daughter of Richmondand little arc visiting Rev. and cleaned up In his class at Berea. A Special from Harrodsburg tells of Bible after her death. "Almighty nam. He was educated at Central Unijoy and satisfaction just di ner aunt, Mrs. U. V. Turpm. Mrs. Sallie He wjll go to Lawrenceburg next week the death of Thompson B. Oldham versity and tho University of Virginia, and Mrs. O. P. Bush God jrrant me grace to be faithful Mrs. Joe Myers, aad little son, of Rayburn of Richmond is visiting Mr. iu among the customers at JUmbs B. MoOkraot. which occurcd at his home in Mercer action, not toJbo anxious about success. from which latter place he was graduatMrs. Louisville, are here for a visit to rela and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory f Madfsen. county last week. Deceased was Richmond is visiting thy work ed from the law school with honors. He Cleveland Rose of My only concern Is to do lives In Richmond aad the county. Col. Font Fox, of Danville, was here MeMteMBt mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins. native of Madison, but had lived in and be lost in Thee. Ru'e me, and was admitted to the bar and practiced Mr. EmmeU Miller has gone to her court day looking over tho live stock K. J. MoObrvtt, Mercer for many years. He was ninety rule out of me all Sin." As she closed law in Richmond, but was never an agA gay party of Richmond young folks, market. Florida, where he will prospeot with gressive practitioner, preforing other f Jaffersea. No. 10. on enjoyed an afternoon at Ivock two years of age. view of locating in the Flower State. her eyes uponxarthly scenes, the patient lines of business. Ho was elected to the Kentucky river noar Ford Saturday and Treuswrer, ,rtr Stee Mrs. J. II. Ilice and Mrs. J. G. Gan swimming was heart ceased to beat, and we bore her legislature from Madison county during the order of the day. Thomas Gr Rhba, tier, of Jacksonville, Fla.. are visiting The party chartered a boat at Ford and Dealing resting place in beauti body to its last Mules and mule colts sold well last Venable. con the celebrated Hunter-Blackbu- rn Mrs. Annie Chambers on rorth street went below the lock, where an excellent till Forest Hill Cemetary, Kansas City, Monday. Several buyers were here in Opera House Buikl i' Paul Vonable died at the home of his Missouri. We seemed to hoar in fancy test for the Senatorship, and was one ot Telephone 62 The many friends of Mr. Curtis beach affords ideal swimming. A lunch clvding Thomas C. Rankin, Mack liter AinHter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Venable, the loved voice softely saying her the Republican candidate's closest Moberley will regret to learn of the at six o'clock was a feature of the trip HMNKY B&SW6HTH, partook. Chaper- Eubanks, and Senator nubble, of Lin near Kingston last Saturday, August orklcal illness of this venerable citizen. and about thirty-liv- e friends. In December, 1901, he was ef Fayette. favorite prayer. oning the party wero Mr. and Mrs. coln, J. W. Strode, of Fayotte and married to Miss Jesse Kennedy, of CinCapU R. B. TerrilL of the Confeder George Phelps, Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, 5th, after a lingering illness of ConAMerBey General, ate Home at Pewee Valley, was in the Mrs. James Crutchor. Mrs. Thomas .1 Richard Cobb, and Bright Swinebrod, of sumption. He was never married and cinnati, and she with two children suris a Iambs Gahsbct, oily Monday shaking bands with old Smith. They left at 2 o'clock and re- Boyle and Garrard. Burnam. vive him. Mr. Burnam held many posiyears of age. He has was thirty-si- x friends. af Adair turning on the 7:20 train. always made his home with his parents. Tutt Burnam is dead. Seldom has the tions of trust during his life and served Mrs. Julian Vanwinkle and little Sold Six. State, Mrs. J. It- - Pates and daughter Jean-nettIWSeefetery The funeral services were held Sunday news of the death of one of its citizens his fellowman well. His record in pubdaughter, have been here the guest of entertained with an elaborate six C.T. OBBCBuew, her molhor, Mrs. James Smith on High o'clock dinner, on Thursday of last A chicken fanoier of Lexington pur afternoon, at tho home by Elder E. C. been received In Richmond with as much lic life was worthy of emulation. During the term of Samuel II. Stone, who street. week in honor of Russell Stouffer's chased last week from Mr. Coleman Neff McDougle, pastor of the Mt. Zion sorrow, as on last Saturday mornin, house party. Misses Jcannotto Thornton, six settings of eggs Irom his celebrated. Christian church, of which the deceased when a wire, announcing the demise of was Auditor under Gov. Bradley, Mr. FfcrSttperiMeedet trf PitMIe In- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Park and two Riley, VerMl 911 OWWB ohrldren of Woodford county have re Darnaby Iienton. Mary Tafl Clarksville, White Plymouth Rocks. Mr. Neff has "had been a member for many years. Edwin Tutt Burnam in Baltimore, was Burnam seived as Deputy Insurance All First-cla- ss turned home after a visit to Mrs. Bettie sailles; Elizabeth Warfield. wero Miss had calls for more eggs than ho could and Interment followed in the Bullwaro received by relatives here. Mr. Burnam Commissioner, and the records of his Tenn. Guests from town Park. at fTtiriritnn official doings attest his wonderful ex Elizabeth Wanton and guest Miss Eliza- supply, on account of the good showing burying ground. Mr Venablo was an had been-i- ll but a short time, and while Miss Alice Ballard, of Chillicothe, beth Kba, Ashland, Misses Josephine his stock has made in show rings. earnest worker in the church and Sun- he had been in a critical condition for ecutive ability. At the time of his fWrOimmiDotonftf el Agrianlmra. Ohio, and Miss Grace Smith, of Cleve Chenault, Anna May Walker, Messrs. We keep the best one on the death he was Referee in Bankruptcy for day School, and was universally beloved (several weeks, yet his death camo as J. W. Nbwmajs, Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond land, are pleasant guests of Mrs. B. H. Gaines Jasper, Merrill Powell, Hart by all who knew him. One of his profound shock to all. Some weeks ago Madison, Clark and Estill counties and Luion. Perry, Wm. Collins and Curtis Bennett. you. 43tt market and every owner neighbors who had knew him in all of he was taken to the above city, where had often held the position of Chairman The Cynthiana Democrat has the Olefk at Cetut ef Appals, Miss Kathleen Park near Lexingto; the walks of life, told tho Climax that the best medical attention could be had of the Republican County Committee was a charming little visitor to her following: What a delightful evening R. L. Ohbbk'k, Plucky Youngsters. will testify to its great worth. ho had never known a better man nor a but he was beyond cure. The news of besides being prominent in political cir cousins the Misses Park from Friday of song was that, Thursday, when Miss Mary Dan Harbeson and Mr. Robert Wm. Burnam and Neale Bennett cles of his party in his county, district jaonaay. ubhi Harbeson, or Flemingsburg, appeared at The main secret in this one and State. Judge A. R. Burnam, R. R. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McEowan and Rohs' Opera House, under the patron- sons of R. R. Burnam and W. Neal Burnam and Thompson Burnam, all of yesterday from Mrs. Dan Chenault will leave Friday for age of the ladies of the Presbyterian Bennett took the Burnam pony and the We had a pleasant oall Cork is is'its cork" lining--. this oity, are brothers surviving, besides oar eU friend. James H Regs, formerly a stay of several weeks at Buckrow church. Miss Harbeson had been heard Luxon pony to the Berea Fair. Wm Beach, a. here durinir a series of services at the Burnam drove tho Luxon pony and two sisters, Mrs. Waller Bennett, and here, but of istk comity and well kww acknowledged by scientists Mr. and Mrs. W. JL Shackelford and Presbyterian church last fall, but sacred took the red string and Neale drove the Miss Lucia Burnam, who is now in Italy He same m now of JesMtmine eounlv. sister Mrs. Cyril Goodman, of Cairo, music did not afford an opportunity to Burnam pony and carried off the blue, The funeral services were conducted iu get a sen? of test week's Clifftax oon Kgypw are spending several weeks at reveal the measure of her magnificent to be the best soprano that was afforded Thursday The boys took a little money in their Tuesday afternoon at the homo by Rev. Umta an uornt el tne Camp Douglas Virginia resorts. and the audience was thrilled and pockets to pay expenses ia case of a turn E. B. Barnes, assisted by Rev. Edmund consfHranf during the war in which i of heat, and the manner in Mr. Donaldson Aliman and his friend electrified by her wonderful power. Her Burnam and the Elks Lodge of Rich nunlMr ef Madison emm? nee were hi George Deck, of Koblesville, Ind., are brother is the possessor of a glorious down but started out with the full Boys receiving a certificate of proficiency are certified to any College determination of capturing thejprizos mond, of which Mr. Burnam was a beolved. Mr. Bases we a rebel soldier here for a two weeks stay with Mr. and tenor and shared the honors with his in Kentucky, also Colleges in tho East. The record shows that not a ft hich it is used in this Re loved member. sister. The program was well balanced and of bringing more back with them and a prisoner for many months, finally Mrs. James Aliman. pupil, who has received a certificate from this school, has ever failed Where each number was virtually than they started with. It was a plucky Mr. and Mrs. Iloscoe Reeves of Frank in college. References: Any patron of the school, and faculties of the frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low making his escape by soattng the walls, would be difficult, and adventure for the boys and pluck al various colleges of the State. Fourteen boys are admitted into the himself express fort, were here from Saturday until irem selection was ro ptured or as he Defies Them. varied of course with the taste of in ways Principal, where they yet personal attention, not only as home of the Monday the guest of his parents, Mr. wins. Outside information is figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your ed it h eafrtnred himself." Mr. Boggs and Mrs. James P. Reeves. dividuals. to studies, but as to manners and development of character. Cashier John Crook e, of the Citizens' that the boys acted like veteran horse gave a number in private Mnvers&ttM For particulars apply to Miss Mamie Miller Woods, Lex jfi while jn bank, defies all growers when it comes & Dr. Marshal at Homa men and bore their honors with due & of intofooUng remtateeeoees but modesty ington who has been spending of week a B. THRELKELD, A. M., Principal to raising fine tomatoes. He is a fancier modesty. net publish with Miss Elizabeth Miller, is now with insisted that we should Dr. Marshal, pastor of the Baptist af the Ponderoso variety and one and Mr. Beggs is a strong Democrat her aunt Mrs. J. W. Smith. Next Session Opens Sept. 5, 1911 NICHOLASVILLE, KY titem. Chlneje Idea of Government church this city, returned Thursday two pounders are very common things any man Here is a Chinese Idea of prosperity mjw he wilt Bever support Mrs. A. P. Allis, who underwent from his summer vacation of nearly six on his vines. ' Ho has been displaying successful operation for cataract of the weeks and occupied his pulpit as usual In a natioi: When the sword is rusty, sale ef Mnner. who favnrs some fine ones at tho bank. Tho secret of eye has returned from Cincinnati and is Sunday morning and evening. The the plow irlght; the empty, the on Third St. Crooke's success is, he Is up every morn rranarief full, the strps of the temple deanefl up 470,500 with Miss Bettie Ballard Svkbat doctor spent a large part of his time in Telephone 33 Main Street, West ing at four o clock and does a day's work Grand Master Robert R. Burnam, was Chfcago taking a special course in worn dou and those of the law courts and a MMie ewe m OMo, Peaasyh-anigrass-growgo afoot, the chief speaker at the big in the garden before business hours. preaobiag the gospel picnic given by the Lexington Masonic Philosophy in the University of Chicago. the bakers onwhen doctors aad lews towns lodges horseback, and the men and "sawtacsoMlsior Ohrlsl." ThU is last uiiursday at the Uluegrass r'arlc. While there he supplied, the pulpits or letters dilve in their own car every eem in cur fine collec gets. Sunday mere Onm the PresMest Baptist chur riages, then the empire Is well gov tion of jewels Is, and their rich Miss Belle guests o the Second and Fourth as was for many years a base ball player last bunday Bennett hadMrs. her bamuel J. ches, two of the largest and most im erned. lor dinner, color and brilliancy and uniaod drew a laree salary, but this later Roberts, Mr. C. Corbusierand the Misses portant churches in tho city26t-withstandln- g que and exquisite setting job K ia every waJ- - It Is Brown, of Lexington, who motored over. One Objection. the hard work, the doctor h to boned be fives the usual "I wouldn't obieck to de mau dat make them fit gifts for a Mrs. Jenny Lynch, of Huntsville, undertook during the excessive hot Ute Lord. Ala., is here the guest or her sisters weather, lie gained flesh and returns to keeps talkln' all de time1," said Uncle Queen. We have everything Mrs. William Myers on Main street and his charge here with renewed vigor for Eben, "if he didn' Insls' on fh'owla' in a question every ten minutes or ao dat that is new and novel in pins, TasHE is said to be a great deal of Mrs. Pattie Chenault on Red House the work of another year. pike. you's got to answer to show youa rings, ear screws and drops ttutlMf action araonc the veterans of keepln' awake," One." A Hot Misses Mary Conway. Maltie Elder. Die Uftiea array on account of the cold at prices thai are remarkable and Mr Itimn ITnllpv. nf (his r.ilv unit deal haaded Cant. Kd. Farley by the Judge James Benton has drawn a set for their low figure Miss Kate McKenna, of Lexington, are' O'Rear roller is the state- - convention, In Cincinnati the guests of the Misses of resolutions he has prepared and he will present to the Democratic lie was the esly eld soldier candidate Keller. and he was uaraeroif ully turned down. County Convention of Clarke next South Bound. Mr. Juno Baxter; who has been In will be No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Masy of them will new support the "Old Tennessee for the past six months will Saturday, when delegates t, Coflfea" James B. MeOreary. and Departs 12:05 a. m. return to Richmond this month to reside selected for the Stat3 Convention and will occupy his home on tne which meets in Louisville on August No. 1. Richmond to Stanford. De 15th. Judge Iienton s resolutions are parts 0:30 a. m. The platform convention, which Summitt. . meets in Louisville. August 15th, folMr. Joseph Arnold was the host last the livlicst drawn In sometime and No. 1. Louisville to Beattyville lowing a caH by the Democratic State Thursday evening at a beautiful dinner every Democrat in the state should Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 party in honor Willis, Miss ifemniuee, will be a hummer and those of Lexington. of Covers Annette laid for read them. The following are two of No. 3L. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar were the leading paragraphs: Where the rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m olid planks, which Governor HcCrcary, fourteen. local option law is not adopted and put No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville J A. Sullivan, and others will nail Mr. Edmond Baldwin, who has been Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. dowa wiM bring the old state once again with the Richmond Drug Co., for some in force and where license for the sale fold. Into the rh;bt time lcit Friday lor Ductown, Tenn., of intoxicating liquors may be legally Nos 27. Uichmond to IjOuistuio via Rowland. Departs ,1:00 p. m. where he has' accepted a position with issued, we favor fixing the license tax or fee, other than that exacted by the No. 3. Xiouisyille to Beattyville. A IFKjLNKreBT man claims he has a raining syndicate. solved the problem of perpetual motion. Miss Madge Hart, the faithful and municipality in which the business is Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m Nothing is impossible in the Capital efficient assistant at White and Gibson's to be' conducted, at the sum oi one No. 9. ''Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan to go to the CHy. Things have been pulled off there Dry Goods store is spending the month thousand dollars, one-haford. Arrives 7:21 p. jn. Departs I of August with her sister, Mrs. Henry State and the other halt to the county, which electrified the whole world. 7:25 p. m. White, of Atlanta, Ua. the State's portion to consitulo a part North Bound Messrs. Herbert Ash craft, William of the State's Good Roads Fund, and 2To. 34. . Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives Riohardsoa, Joe Hamilton and Jamas county's part "to go to the Road a.. and Departs 4jlH a. m. F. West all of Irvine, were here Wed the No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Mr. John Malley was in Beattyvllle nesday to witness the big balloon ascen- Fund of the county. 8. In the interest' of a better and Maysville. Arrives 6:20 sion and the aeroplane. last Friday ad Saturday en business. Ms Departs 6:25 am. rational enforcement of cur Criminal Bales ot BloetnlBeton III., Mr. Staaly Superintendent and Mrs. John Noland, Mrs. J. P. Maan. with their bright little children have Taws, we favor a substantial : reduction, No. a. ifeauyviue to txmtsviuo , u viskine his mother Arrives :ia a. m. ueparis Mrs. Henry James and daughter. Miss been in Mercer county the past week of the numberremptory ctelleaggyef vtsiline. Mrs. Noknd's parents Mr. and jurors allowed defendants ia arinvlnal 2fa 38. . Louisville to Richmond ""via May are at home from Orab Orebard- Mrs. Steve Bailey. Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. eases, and ask that the method- - of and Miss Frafik Jamer Mw. Bd Coyle Mrs. W. J. Mr. left iwgioB ia wwy. urday and Dearer, Col.,Xewsom 'Jiey Sat ejecting juries in criminals trials be No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar. are enfoywS where will for rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. n. Mr. and Mrs. Btsaer Dealherage are attend the National CoRveatioa of the B3te to conform to the method now ap days stay to see Modern Brotherhood ef Amoriaa as plied In civil cases, and we ask that No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives t Ldatoa for a twe d;W p. m. such a plank be placed lq the pklferm, Delegates at huge from Kentucky. Wfis Sfeaw, of Frankfert, is Oat. Mr. R. R. Burnam, Jr., was a guect aad snch a neasure adopted, so that it No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville FOR SALE BY Mr. and Mrs. WHHam of Miss Daugherty, of Paris, at a haM will bo ao longer jerIssible in thk Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m Jtoevea. several days the latter pait of hsat State for a man charged wkh crime to No. 22. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar party Miss Jocophine CtenauH leaves to- week. Mr Burnam caste heme upon perMBfterily order fifteen of the beet rives and Departs 5:06 p, m. day lor a visit to relatives ic Mt. hearing of the death of hk uncle Mr. E. ettiaess presented as jurors t stand.! No's Successor to Tate & Son BttfBajB. 31. 37, "38, 27, 84, 28. 3$. 3.2 are, T. tfeau titst h Daily trfew. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7;-4aeide without. caue Second Street c u Telephone 20 Mrs. D. W. JaekhMt aad children, Saatth haamurBed Hiss Mary daily Exeeftt Sttfid&y, fears" a Htt and jttsi Xnfict irom fras a vkH to Mtes Helee Dafhrtj' Gera aad StaHa, huf returned after J, P, KUCKKB, a Jive weeks stay mt the Kentucky MtJteic; " j' I Off . ' YOUR POCKETBOOK It Now is the Time almost to buy something nothing. order to make room tor the goods, we for next two weeks sell our -- a i Muslin Underwear at a Great Reduction -- Come and see our and don't seeing Cash Only sale Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company 5 OWEN McK EE Going to Build? - 1- The Richmond Climax. I I 1 I Lumber L K I H a. 2; Betsy's Pointers d, - "I Deaths .... - S6 Fr 0eMr. Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square The Home Not Complete Without e, REFRIGERAT and Above a One Threlkeld Select School ACollege Preparatory School non-conduct- or T. ji it lc 0. B. Shackelford 5 Co. 'U.t a A Rare Beauty one-tent- (boirt Overlook The Two Best L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- F. J. MEAGER ORANGES 15 cents lf PERSONALS MX a.a. -- ' -- lwitkfestnf Jrrr D. Bi iVfeley E. 3rnt ebr Douglas, Simmons - JBeatherai Tetephone 35 Ar rWStreet Wlien You CM - r jU-- Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable, is .difficult for most of us to buy large quantities. of .house furnishing ; at one time V- lit NO Let Up On Price Cutting spring. You will be surprised, thouh,how rapidly:our home becomes attractive with hew things, if iyou follow this plan of adding something new every - Try ItA - Spleudid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te On Fine Suits Never before of them left Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready ior 3'our selection now. We we sold sp many fine suits, never before had we so many to sell, arid there are still hundreds . . BENNETT and HfGG I N S UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist : , D.seases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid xolor mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and lower than fine clolhing was ever sold before in Kentucky Divided into four regulars models to fit all men---p.ric- ed ft M. big lots as follows lnr.a!!v Tn join th Supreme Council of thlj loclaty and THROAT -- uu miroauc our nancnt Certificates Rlohmond, Ky amon friends and acquaintances. Must t :aBidg. be bttWMD II arid 60 year, of ut. Qlv lire, lightning, cyclone all ornljr ipare time. We pay caah bane- Breck, uia ior icaneaa, injuries accident and tf daatha. Experience not nacesaarr. Can .e stock insurance, maaa irom iw.ro to JHB.W a month and up. L.e to Owea MoKee, Richmond i pieumi ana mcblr profitable profes-alenotions. Others Every member secured means .r Jn goods ad w cenain aaiurea for why not tf luonin uiermuier. income not you every i wny into bust new for yourself NOWT No fet ccuntrv Iwas Just received a d. Send for particulars. capital need JL. WANTED Znan Or WOmin In 15.00 Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weavestailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $15 All our finest Kenton Hand-mad- T IS you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $18 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 II e n. ,s tf c? W ! W. Breadflus & Co. for all BOX 7-- LA-29- 3. COVINGTON, KY. itorage. 2-- lf ,am's i3 InsiHe Agency sraBce. writes all 48tt tf! Honest values at $ 5, $.1 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from 1 1 Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $10 to $12.50-slaught- ered at $7.50 for. .choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices At Home , Dr. Harry Blahton has returned home and will.be at his office from now on at usual hours. 2t n Breck. e stock . :c re. Mehtnlwr. '.cyclone No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices ritual between btockton Drug store and the tie not. Lib tf eral reward for its return to James Wag z.' good ice cream at RiooTs T os A. Shaft oh, agent for Hurst ers. II :. e Insurance Ce. Write me or phone Laundry for Sale. s7t 151 rig 2. Union City, Ky. Laundry doing good business. If not For Sale. sold privately will be sold at public Type-writA sale Saturday, Aug., 10, 2 o'clock. TI .mmoud No. 12. Apply to Richmond Steam Laundry. Telephone ICO .aiD . er 8-- 2t s ice cream is delicious. Every ; n.ks about it. Any flavor made - rand delivered promptly. tf Lost Knight's Temnlar Covington, and Banks Humane Society Raging. City Council For,-- Farm for Sale. j) acres nearly all in grass with u-- mg i Going 5dme. A Fair Madison County the Good Judge. of his keen insight in judging the excellance of rare old wine, Col. Jake Collins was seleoted by the Berea fair company to aot as judge in this department of the Floral Hall, and those who attended from hero say the display of good things to ent and drink could not be surpassed at any fair in the country. Mr. Collins acted as Judge in the other departments of tho Hall and so perfect is he in his decisions that even those who failed to get a ribbon were satisfied that Ihey were beatOn account The Climax shipped this week to six and bant 8 miles from Rioh-.- . different counties in Eastern Kentucky, on Oiter Creek pike. over a hundred dollars in job work, Apply to SWiiey Warmuth. Red House, Ky. 1 Taxes Due. ur taxes for the rr.y t which came from a score or more of big firms, who are most particular about their printing. year 1911 are now Gives Many Little Points That The Dreaded Disease, Pella- Holds Regular Monthly Meetgra, Has Made its Appear-1- , ing on Last Thursday. May Be Practiced By All Two New Ordinances. ance at the LexingWith Good Results. ton Asylum. The people of Madison county, 'who have friends or relatives in the Lexington Asylum", had better investigate the conditions as to the dreaded disease, Pellagra, which it is" claimed has made its appearance among tho inmates and. many aro now aflllcted with no hope of recovery. Tho disease is claimed to be incurablo and tho germ which causes it is said to'como from corn products. The blood turns to water and tho victim breaks out over tho body like small-poTno following letter has been sent to n liexington papor irom one 01 tno nurses at the Asylum; "Dear Sir: I write tell you and to in form your many subscribers of the dreadful plague that is raging at the "Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum nt this time. The new plague is called pellagra. One of tho nurses i informed yesterday that it, was lately brought tuero by foreigners. A woman was brought in about a week ego with It and was placed In Ward 5, and now there are fifteen or twenty cases. It Is described as running, from tho lips of the fingers all over and tho skin Is whlto all around the nails until the flesh falls off. "Tho doctors aro trying to make it appear that it is not contagious. It is a willful lie to say so. I ami nurse and know all such is contagious and it is wrong to deceive when so horrible a disease stares them in the face with deaths already. All who have friends in tho institu tion should at once remove them, as a great many have already done. It should be done without delay for the sako of humani'.y. If .you have friends" there take them from til's plagueat once. If you could see one case you would not delay." The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held last Thursday mombers were present, with tho and Mayor, except Councilman Todd, who is at Jackson on a contract to enlarge the court house. After- - the reading of the minutes for last, session and their approval, City-Engineer Johnson presonted his draw ings showing tho proper location of the curb lino on Woodland Ave., and it was accepted by tho council. " There has been some Complaint of lato that property owners on this street had encroached on the city's property and Engineer Johnson made new surveys in order to straighten out the tangle. A polition from residents along Moberley Avo., was read asking the council to prohibit the moving of a small cabin bolonging to Mrs. Uobson to an undirable location on that street. Tho potition Avas granted. The Street Commissioners were order ed to have moved, all trees along High street that were interfering with gutters. Two ordinances wore drawn by City Attorney Collins and passed. They were: An ordinanco making it a fine of from five to ten dollars for throwing glass on the streets of. the city and one making it a fine of from one to five dollars for all property owners permit ting weeds to grow and obstruct the side walks and gutters. After the allowance of several bills, which' included tho payment of the oil for the streets, the council adjourned. -FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE CUBED HIS CONSTIPATION Second Week of September. A Big Show Coming. The good old name of Madison county along the line of "an old fashioned county fair" was about to be pulled down this year, but at a meeting of determined citizens last Wednesday evening, it was decided to have a fair the second week in September and work has begun on the propect. With D. A. Mc Cord, as President and James Crutsher, as Secretary, the success is assured. There is a board of directors of the principal business men of the county, who are determined that a first class show shall bo held here on the abovo dates. Every man woman and child in the county is urged to get ready for this big event. Invite your kinsfolk from other states and lots have a big time. Madisoaxounty should be In the lead of all counties of the Bluegrass in holding a fair, as it is the biggest of them all and has more fine stock. Secretary Crutcher has already secured many big free attractions and will have a band of twenty five pieces for a concert every evening on the court house square in addition to the regular musi cal program at the grounds during the day. rj.rU and avoid Gome hands for ooilection. the rush, as well as .in. the penalty, by prompt payment, D. A. McCord. Sheriff. s if Opera House. T.e funny pictures ipf-s' of M T - ia the daily Mutt will be repro- cJ at the local opera house soon. .aer Baiter has made arrangements i. em and will likely give a matinee ie children. Jelfad Bailey Here. Harry Bailey, Grand nigh r c of the Grand Chapter of Ken- R &. S. M. was in the city .1,. , eeningad was present at a: x meeting of Richmond Chapter, v. en Hie Royal Arch Degree wasi - Crri-- T Well Drilled. e rmfora Rank K. of P.. of the '' . lored lodge, was the redeeming re of ihe big pionic celebration last c psday. when the aeroplane was - rJ to make dwrwg flights into the ' The complete fizzle or the aero-".- q trade the crowd sore, but the " ...ft he uniform rank was extra -e : -- J brought forth much applause. X earn has won the State honors for z I'.H two years at the annual con-- . e under the captaincy of Vulcan Ir--r who has seen servjco with Uncle This compaay has taken rank-- j the best in the country, and will r j so after national honors this year. Many a Suffering Woman "' ars herself painfully through her asks, suffering from backache, i " " nervousness, loss of appetite her ills are o kidney and bladder troubles. v Kidney Pills give quick relief ''" i. para and misery and a prompt m io healtn and strength. No i a j who so suffers can afford to line ' x.k Foley Kidney Pills. For sale tal. . vocl.tn it Son. Dr. Clarktated that he would iring Todd the Man. . five patients to Richmond some time Notice. two The Jackson Times has the following next month and that he also had N ti"e is hereby given that a mass operations to perform for. Richmond concerning a local contractor and build ' mocrauc Is su- - R Todd, of Richmond. County Convention will be neonle. ler: . c J for Madison a raan from Elkin, enme perintending the repair work now boing county at the Court He said that II uie in Richmond, Ky., on August 12, to Winchester recently to have his eye jona 0n tho court house, which - is pro- . j1 beginning at 2 o'clock p. m., at removed but as no arrangements could, gressing rapidly and satisfactorily. The onvention delegates will be se- - be made to care for him he had to go to contract with the Fiscal Court calls for ' ea to represent said county in the Richmond. S1S.500 worth of improvements and Mr. ae Platform Convention to be held at Todd is expootod.to'haVe the work com Old Soldiers: - umille, Ky., on August 15lh, 1911. pleted by the time for tno uciouer term y Harrv Shaw. of'Frankfort. a for of..the Circuit Court" Known Democrats, all minors, who . arrive at 21 years of age by the mer resident of Madfson county, and Gone. ui V ember election, 1911, and all voters a member or Morgan's commww. w express a desire to affiliate with the tlm cltr Monday shaking liands with uSalIy" Crcager; the" easy. Agoing ctrjocratic party in the approaching old comrades and talking over the times twlrler of Ihe. Pioneer ball'club, has s ate election of 1911, are eligible under when the members of Col. Chenauil.s decided to quit the game and accormmanJ were in Camp Douglas. He dingly drew his money last week and " party call, to participate in the Rich uut.v Convention and to be elected joided the army of the South in left ior his home in Cincinnati. lie ae pirates to the State Convention. mond with JN'. O. ueauierago, .m.. will be missed by the club, as when in W T. Duerson. and others, form, he can.twlrl as good as any fn tho J. A. Sullivan', Chairman, who are still residents of the old county Bluegrass league,. but this season he has Dem. County Com." vD 7-md narticiDated in many fierce battles had "many "off days" and didn't seem to Thorpe, Sec D. (X 0. years of of the rebellion. He is seventy care whether he .won or lost. Manager looks not a day older than Olsen has singed a twirler, who is age,, but fifty thought to be a "find" as he comes highly recommended. Kills Snake. White, who Burglars Here. News from Mrs. Preston Mrs. has been the guest f her sister, 111.. Burglars made an unsuccessful atLibftrty "at Fr casing or feeding cattle call oa or Win. ofBhryook, this woman-hatempt to enter the home of H. L." Perry wilh a telk a fight pkce your orders with had inBurnamwood last Saturday evening poisonous copperhead .iwako that O'clock. Mrs. Perry and Pinnell-McMulte- n near the home of Xrs. Shryook about ten yenttired jiauiwu little daughter were the only ones at by tae Live Stock Commission Co. nnd was dispatched wasooneu home at the jlime and thoir screams WOfflfW. .The reptile Herrington, the Kansas City Stock Yards tliB orohard. Several brought Mr. L. B. i. A front window neighbor. wilh Mrs. White closest A careful selection for what ye want eabenf opening on the porch was found open, wulbe madoby our W. O. Park who WWe gathering the fruit, wnea w. creen prized but and everything has had 28 years experience in filling ad her hand came very the - for-aurs. l'erry entrance. orders on this market. Please address snake, which was ra4v-. . the .t ' &li communications to I )w ' i & n ..I . ' t. m. ,m-i- s .n n win ami m . .... milnl.- - raaj- - I inn suspicious h" W. ate and tha town made Short wrk joharacUK Ywsi Kansas CKy all of them. polfcw should poor sleep, not knowing " r In conversation yesterday with a very RichA prominent weather man claims to enthusiastic lady member of the mond Humano Society, who is con have the exact dope, and says that in August we will have, the hottest weather stantly looking Into the violations of the I never see a ever known. It seems like he is on the umane laws, she said: so right track, for the weather started in horse, pass with its head checkedbegs,high by that every time it stops it with a sweltering heat. throwing its head up and back, for relief, without wishing that the same At Harrodsburg. harsh treatment might be visited upon Gov. McOreary and Hon. E. Jl. No. man can make are at Harrodsbure attending tin owner or driver. horse-ouof a low trav county fair and their coming the Mercer eler by any such device, except for the has been advertised as a feature or the check is on. Too often we ad third dav. The Governor is immensely time the high, proud action, and over mire the popular in the good old county of Mercer means by which it is secured. one of the leaders in the Eighth District. look the content wilh moro natural action Revival. and more humane treatment. To a cerextent, action can be improved by The Baptist church at Union is ex tain ercise in deep straw or over plowed periencing an old limo revival and beyond this, what is gained Evangelist Carter, of Lawrenceburg, is ground, but, by tlie high check rein is at the cost of having crowds to hear his forceful ser comfort on the part of the horse. mons. Several additions to the church alii Did you ever have your foot fitted to have, resulted from his convincing shoe, or do you insist in having shoes sermons. fitted to your feet? Why, then, allow a blacksmith to fit your horse's foot to the Get Ready. up, hot shoo, by burning the hoof unti there Have everything on the farm well equal bearing. To be sure there may so you can spend the 7, 8, and 9th, of no evidence of pain, but the searing county September at the big Madison the hoof structure with a hot iron fair, held in Richmond. The Catalog will bo permitted by a humane ues will be out in a few days and the never the opera ion Injures the of course, will be second man. That premium list' foot, makes contraction more likely and to none In the state, becretary the adjustment of parts, canCrutcher has sent out hundreds of unbalances admitted. not but be letters to stockmen apprising them to Do you stay with your horse while he look out for the big catalogue, lie being shod? now, then, do you know has also received many letters from all kindly treated? I saw asking for rates for that he is being over the country 'ood smith strike a horse over tho special attractions. head, the other day, with his rasp, and the marks of that blow will remain for Dr. Clark Hera good business to leave Dr. George Clark, the eminent physi weeds. It is not city last such a friend as a safe horse always is, cian of Winchester, was in the anv shocr. Many valuable animals Wednesday to make arrangements lor ave been permanently injured "by such r tmcrvt!i1 In tnka care in.i under impulse, the result of his patients, on account of the very I blows, given r....ltli ; n i nf toll . r ci 6b rif -- riKKfJ t... COUIHV capi- - Ol vwauuua nuv.....b nnnr facilities III thUJarK jrw- high-steppin- g t i . Seems 5o. When a person has become dis- lonville. Mo. Mr. George W. Zimmercouraged through years of feilure to man of Harrisburg, Pa., and many find a cure, and finally, perhaps, gives others of both sexes and in all up trying, it is small wonder that he the country first used a sampleparts oi becomes skeptical. And yet, to all and now hnv it rwfarlv i bottle L who have constipation, wc would say, house. "Try just one thing more." Yoa will learn to do away wkfa We wish you would try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonic Salts. Waters and ntkartu-that has been used for a generation. are. but temporary reliefs while Dr. is guaranteed Thousands are using it; surely some v.jiuwcu s oyrup of your friends among the number. to cure nermnnentlv Tf mall inb en. Yoa can buy it of any druggist at your stomach and bowel muscles s fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, but that they will do their werk agaia Springs Overrun better still, send your name and ad- naturally without outside aid. Cast dress to Dr. Caldwell for a free sam- aside your skepticism and try Syrup Local parties returning report the ple bottle. He will send you enough crowds so great at Crab Orchard Springs to convince you of its merits, and For the free sample address Dr. W. then if you like it you can buy it of B. Caldwell. 402 CaWwell building; that Host Joe Willis has had to rent a number of furnished rooms down in the your uruggist. Mr. j. j. fetty of Un iUUIUICCHO, ill. For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqRE town In order to accomodate tho inrush of the guests. The best index to the size of tho crowd is the dining room. There are nineteen lanre cuests tables at each of which ten are seated, which make 190 who sit at the first table each meal, fifty to one hundred must wait until these are served. However, Mrs. Willis has sixty servants and a kitchen as large as a tobacco warehouse, hence 1911 sne is able to feed all without stint or dissatisfaction. More than fifteen hun dred have registered since June 15. Every room on the place, for the first timo in twenty years, is occupied, and advanthe entire premises have undergone re call pairs and refitting. Still further im provements will be made for next seae Madison Young Institute For Girls and Ladies 1856 Next session opens September 12th, 1911. Those interested and seeking the tages of this school, on or address 7-- Good Stuff. Mr. John Moore, proprietor of the Bluegrass Tobacco Co., of Lexington, the )ny independent tobacco manufacturing company in this section of the State, was in Richmond a few days ago in the interest of his firm and sold quite a quantity of the out put to local merEvery smoker and chewer chants. should use the tobacco made by an independent firm and thus aid to put the trust out of business. The Moore com pany sells the Loving Cup tobacco for pipe and so enormous has tho sales grown that the. trust was forced to put out two brands In order to check its advance. son. J. B. Gassiday RICHMOND. KY Soaked. . John Miller, of Duncannon and Barnet Wilson, of 'Berea claims thov were the victims of crooked work, court day. in a norso trade with two men well known on jockey row. Thev ran to the Sheriffs office and deputy Deatherage witn Judge Shackelford aided them in arresting the offenders. The scheme as they have since learned is; A man is approached for a trade and. durimr the argument as to which horse Is the best. a confederate approaches, and whispers to the one who is to be the victim, that he will give 1 i n a certain rrioe for the norse if he can secure him in the trade. as the man would notolTer him a trade or personal re tsoni. Of course the vic tim sees a good thing and readily takes the worst of a swap, when the man walks away, in order to get a cash price for hi. new horse. After the trade the man that has offered to take him at a big cash price, has gone and after a futile search for him, the other man is looked up with the same result and it is then that tho new owner realizes ho has a plug horse for his good one. If there is a law that can punish such perpetrators it is a peculiar one, and there is but few men who would snnml to the courts after getting the worst of a deal like this, but would mount their new steed and get out of town quick, sadder, but wiser horse traders. It is a clever scheme and Deputy Deatherage says It is often worked on some unsuspecting trader. Instant relief for all kinds of summer In Squire Dykes court last week Wil skit) trouble is found in that simple Prescription for liam Rice, colored, was fined $G0 for wash D. D. D. violating the local option laws and Ollie Eczema. Get a 25c trial bottle today Tudor, white, was given a fine "of 850 and prove for yourself ths merits of for giving whiskey to a minor. Tudor this , wonderful prescription. We al ways recommend it for Summer Itch. look an appeal to tho Circuit Court," For sale by Stockton & Son. ji Squire Stuck 'em, Summer Itch Now Relieved. Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, it it will induce some suffering; woman to try CarduL I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many vears with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." An old time Democrat Dillard Williams, the hustling mer chant, at Pryse, Estill Co., wns.in Rich' inond Monday, He isgrcatly" interested in tho success of the Democratic ticket this fall and called at the Climax office to find out "how things aro getting along". Ho predicts a big majority for Senator McCreary and the entire ticket.- - First Shoot -- Tho first dove shoot of the season was enjiiyod last Thursday by several of the local gunners and it is said they did very well. The wheat-.fiold- s and roosts in some portions of the county afford en out'! i sport until tho hemp is stackod. Hot for Him! The Danville Advocate has the fol lowing concerning a prominent Knight of the Grip who is well known in Rich mond: Mr. Fox Respass, the pioneer supporter of Hon James B. McCreary, to Richmond, in his recent victorious candidacy far the Democratic nominawas in Danville tion for Governor, yesterday. Mr, Respass, who is a gen- tloman of the finest sort, travels Kentucky and created a small McCreary boom wherever he went. On account of of the the exceptional popularity "Sage of Madison" and Mr. Respass those little booms soon consolidated boom and Hon. inlo one big State-wid- e James B McCreary will be the next Governor of Kentucky and every body will be glad of it. He should give the best job in his power to Mr. Fox Respass for he owes a biggbr debt of gratitude to him than to any other man in the State. i. TAKE Th WomanisTonic Success. As usual thoBorca fair was a big suc cess and hundreds enjoyed themselves Cooked Fish. In making" a test at the Richmond Etectric Light plant last week, wires were run inlo the big lake, which sup plies tho water. So heavy was the current that many fish were, killed in- slatitly, their bodies being cooked-btho heavy voltage. The test was made in order to ascertain how great a load of electricity the new, machine . would carry. y I- at this popular place. The show of stock this year was unusually fine and Gn.rr.ird, Lincoln and Rockcastle coun ties, as well as Madison, were prominent rings. in ffie-ho- r Plenty of Them. ' Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourselt The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You would always keep Cardui handy, if you- knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness "and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it - u. 2t To Cattle Dealers W d uur y, the-famil- iarf-dow- - O. PARK dec Sck LSaabd Ti r. .). sml arrt Ool. Burrel Million claims he has the most . promising watermelon patci in the po'unty, as his secret for raising the delicious melons has never been given fxime. ' A Long out;' Ho hopes to cut the first big ones After forty six years, back pay to this, week and will see that all his friends the amount of $0,01 has been received get a generous sample of his patch be from the Pension department at fore the season closes'. t' Washington by Judge John C. Chenault . Branching Out Tor MAunt Ann" Parks, an old negro residing at Ruthton, this county. Eocal capitalists, who are keen to the ,JAunt Ann" is the widow "of Anderson gratt advantages of knowing the loose Parks who served the Union in the leaf tobacco business, have organized a cival war.Jmd In applying for a widow's coriipany to erect a warehouse In pension It was discovered by tho de Cyiithiana and will have the first loose et partment that there was $9.01 wlng in Harrison county. All Anderson Parks, colored, of Madison tlie mcn aro experts and the enterprise county, for clothes allowance since is sure to be a paying one. The twd 1SC5, tho year he was mustered out of hotises in Richmond aro expecting a the service. . It Is a mystery why tho big business this season and are makingclaim had neyerbeea paid, as Parks netiessary preparations. There Is talk .drew a :f,mapy years prior of.a.lhird house here, but the promoters to his. death. Th$b)d,,hidy was over- - ari figuring whether it would pay them , ... . . j joyu. - - . .t'.:.T--iws nanueu. nerr to'i&ke the chance 4 and dee hwatatnhe. ftrst money she had ever icivei her life thai she didn't iarft by hard labor. iMm am 1 leaf-mark- Write to: LtdieV AdTisorj for Stdal Instruction, and Dtpt. Onttinoota. Htdidac Ca Cairtaaoota. Teaa book. "Horn Trextecat lor Wotaea." tent tree. J 51 je J. B. Walker Nabbed Here. "Bob" Blythe, a burly negro, who has just served a sentence in the local jail,5 .was nabbed at Fort Estill last week by Sheriff McCord as- he was enroute to Cincinnati on the L. & N; train. Blythe broke into the Paint Lick depot and -- Tandy Eads Jess Cob - rasjjr . www-imwf'WK- la leaded up on many things belonging to the railroad. He also secured a suit ease belonging to Mr, Harry Francis' ooHtaining that gentleman's evening fethM, and preventing him from a social function. He was p)44 ia jail hre and will no dwbl draw swfcint sntn this tin-- to da Kim for, while. Mr. www4 cloth, but th Bluegrass Real Estate Co Will Sell, Rent or Buy Incorporated j & Your Land or Real Estate. Examine titles at any timf and any place. Write as or call at our offices Disfohce-Teteobon- e Local and Lon$ i hfrjajgagd Frek .83 Gibson Building Mam Street T3' t KlCllmOnd Kyi Almost DouUc. A stunning frock of white linen and allover embroider' The waist has the effect viih a yoke guitnpe of net. The skirt has Jjoined to two pleated-flaunoea yoke. Alt the new designs you will find in the McCall Pattern Department s If you nre. going to have a party have Ulcci make your brick cream in that If delicious manner. Dan Brack, fire, lightning, cyclone it and Hve stock insurance. Land In Farms of the United States Shows BJ& Increase Over Lasf 'Yean Your Confidence ft House for. Rent Eras A daintiness, fashioned of allover embroidery flouncing. - The waist Is of the pleasant stylo with the upper part of tucked batiste trimmed with embroijl. ry. The skirt is the latest' tunic, having the. panel aj. the back Our pattern department offers an attractive selection of the latest fashions. little costume of unusual Seven room brick, furnished or un furnished. 407 West Main street. According to the Census Bureau anQreen Clay. nouncement this week land In farms Telephone 309-- 3 more than doubled in value during, the past ten years in this .country, having Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur increased $15,252,788,000, or 118 per ance. The very best old line Companle Vm. S. Broaddus, Agt. cent. In 1900 they were .valued at and returns of tfiethirleenth census show's tliey are now worth C-t-- f, We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pull" of any dealer in 5 town when it comes to selling Quality Merchandise, and we 3 tell you in all confidence Buy Quality No Matter What You Pay. There is always a reason why a bargain is a "bargain." V t Big Reduction in Slippers MeCall HcCtll Fattens A Patent Mil -- v N. amats 4150 Waut. N. Price, 10 cettt AN ATTRACTIVE COSTUME 4137 SUrt Prict, IS ccntl $3.50 now 8.00 now..: 2.50 now 1.50 now :.. 12.93 2.48 1.9S 9 No. 4157 Waist. No. 4156 ta Price, 15 cents eiea A SMART FROCK Skirt J" jf ' IF you've had our cuMoM-laiW- r mre one of tboM particular fellows wko appreciate its advatngot. its ability U serve you if ctever iji y 1 e wore uaiiafaoiary Sljrl MMB BMW U VWI that j U St waar soaaethinc CWtkes" will strike Tm vm. If you min.l vet o buying kuii. we want to see hm-ailerie, DOBSC. 'rioa Be careful not to set tfce iaaprssfoH y tjMt hooMe Una wurtioa are so aowtnla scfc ooiaK mi-itarfwll- We are offering Big Bargains in all short lengths Farm lands, farm buildings and farm implements of the county are valued at $35,859,073,000, compared with $27,357,-120,00ten years ago. The number of farms in 1910 was as compared with 5,737,372, in 1900, an increase of 11 per cent. The land increased in 1900 from 835,092,000 acres to 873,703,000 lii 1910 or 5 per cent, but a larger increase, 15 per cent, is noted in improved acreage, which in 1900 was 141.490,000 acres, and In 1910, 479.424,000 acres. More conspicuous than the increaso in the numbered acreage of farms has been tho increaso in the improved values of farm property. Tho land In farms rose in value fromt13,051,033,000 in 1000 to $2S.3S3,S21,000-i1019, an increase of 119 per cent, and during the same period tho average value por aero of all land in farms rose from $15.00 to $32.50, or 103 per cent. Farm building which in 1900 wore vaiueunt ssi.sou.uil.OOG wero roported in 1910 as worth $0,391,025,000, an increaso of 78 per cent. Farm implements and machinery reported in 1910 as worth $1,201,817,000 and ten years previously as worth $749, 778 show an increaso of 08 per cent. G C Saje & sail-around y Co, Are tRe largest er-bu- , 0, ord cattlerhogs, sheep, Iambs, and calves at the Cin cinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to them and receive the highest market prices. ers-o- i "Clothes don t make the man but SCHLOSsf Garments, make you feel like a man When you get to be worth a couple of million-dollarand buv airship everv now and then, vou can then wear ,1 a new Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgiye you as thev tuigivc nvii luits-- cvci y tuuig, uui u yuu aid juai an uiuuituv man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will . II i gei you more man any investment you can maKe s o t A W. S. Norris. A V A f i Divorce Courts 5 Get a Hard Blow every time a young couple start out life willi a home of their own. The home is the best Inter mediary known for those little differences that we are apt to arise In the course of even the best regulated families, becauso of the mutnal interest it holds for both. Again the home comes in as "the backbone of tho Nation' Guess Theredore Roosevelt linew what ho was talking about eh? It certainly behooves every family to give this "question con sideration, and- - there will never be a better time than right now to begin. Lumber is plentiful, and the price is keeping with the quality at least itVthe way in our yard and we don't believe it will ever be any cheaper. We've I "got some good ideas about modest homes that we'll give you free if ready to t rUl . Pn( (M C AA there is a suit here for you,; and, for $20) P1U.UV there is a better one, 5 , t If ad faajli priced. ttMf are eruewely : and remnants : : : : W9W Loss of Time means Loss of Pay. Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds mean lost time and lost pay lo many a working man. M. Balent, 1214 Little Penna, St., streator, III, was so bad from kidney and bladder troublothat he could not work, but ho says: "I took Foloys Kidney Pills for only a short time and got entirely well and was soon able to go back to work, and am feeling well and healthier than before." Foley Kidney Pills nre tonic in action, quick in results a good friend to the working man or woman who suffers from Kidney ills. Foley Kidnoy Pills will check the progress of your kidney and bladder trouble and heal by removing tho cause. Try them. For salo by Stockton & Son. t t Never talk about j'our troubles or your woes. Keep a steady upper lip, Don't forget this splendid tip Buv from lis j sinrl wpn.r t.hp -- you want to get along Always sing "a merry song. 's c Tkey'r not. priced, the jihi bow w la feet Many people JweMef give TH're very reasonably mweh value for looey Griffon Clothes are all Wool. wrv hnt.- rf nint.liocj J Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel, $ nawes naxs in ieus ana straws, rvneelaud snoes in snappv a shapes, and Schloss clothes in smart styles. Flanrmk inn. v are ottered the summer man by V t 1 t 7 Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade E. ELDER 'Doan's Oniment cured me of eczema that had annoyed me a Ion? time. The cure was permanent. Hon. S. W. Matthews, Commissioner Labol Statis tics, Augusta, Me. W. 0. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store The Royal Is Offering come in when Your City Tax bills for 1911 are now duo and in my hands for collection. build. On all those that are not paid on or before November 1, 1911, the penality No prescribed by Ordinance will be attached and interest at tho rale of C per cent, will bo charged on all tax bills after November 1, 1911. Todd-Edwar- ds T. C. O'Neil, City Collector, Oilico City Hall, corner First and Irvine Streets. G--jt Notice to Tax Payers. 'Theres Place Lik c HOME" Our GoCarts are all of the "100 per cent. Lumber Co. Great Values In Big Clearance Sale Notice. All persons havhlg claims against the estate of Dr. W. L. Hockaday, deceased will file same on or before Soptcmber 1st, 191 1, properly proven by law with the undersigned, or they will be forever barred. All those indebted to said I estate will settle at once. Tames S. Ilookaday I 5 Admr. ( A. K. Doty 41 -- 10 Days Only Beginning July 22 and ending July 30, I will sell everything in my entire stock absolutely merit kind Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her out in the cool of the morning and evening ou cam 'do this best in one of handsome products. They are of that Mi Summer Suits and I Furnishings The Low Cut Shoes, Straw Hats AT COST to make room for for my fall stock Easy Running safe type, the latest approved designs and are most reasonably priced. Your inspection of our "100 per ir stock vilFj5rove an ex' cellent time investment cent-Mer- known Dfcs Moines woman after suffering miserably for two daVs from bowel complaint, was cured by one uose ot Unamborlian s Colic Cholera land Diarrhoea Remedy. Porsalo hv Mockton & Son. A well PRICE is cut deeper than ever before on Fine Goods to make room for our Fall stock Advertised Letters. Ardford, Horn Master; Chenault, Vina; Orugally, Katie; Dixon,' M.iblo Mrsr; Eoster, Viola Miss; Gilfillan. Fred C. Mr.; Haywood, Mamie Miss; Harris, Susie Mrs.; Jenkins, Florence Miss Mit chell. Robert Mr.; Mormon, C. W. Mr.; Prower. Tom Mr.; Reading, George A. Mr.; Russell. S. TJr.; Sams, Chas. Mr.; Shearer, Katie and Pattie, Col.; Simon Annie Mrs.; Walker, Daniel Mr.i "Whit-son- , V. TI. Mrs. n O. Wallace, P. M. Mrs. J. M. Barlow West Main Street Gibson Bld Luman and Higgins West Main Street Pictures Framed to Order Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. "We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE Opposite Hotel Gfyndorr J. S. STANIFER Corner Main and Second a Richmond :- -: Kentucky Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock. If Regulates the bowels, promotes easv natural movements, cures constipation Doan's Regulets. Ask your druggist tor tnom. Zac. The Wonder of the Age How RiM LedfortL sells goods: so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the n ew Warehouse Only. and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost the country warehouse. Tho tobacco certain to be needed beforo the summe must be brought to the market, and Mr Farmer Make your heme as modem for your family as a city rei is over. This remedy has co suporior. most of it will be sold in the loose-lea- f dene and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at For sale by Stockton Jc faon. houses. This information was given any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when out last week here by a prominent rep For Sale. ton and yew Beighbor can get for a earn that is small compared with the benresentative of theicompany. efits received. Call or address oar nearest office or write direct to headquarters Some extra fine seed wheat at $1.00 Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, Nashville, Tennessee, fer information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' per bushel. Simmons & Deatherage Building. Phone rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately R. P. McCord & Son, 07. r. erest yon. Oar lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississipp Red House, Ky. tf Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Baby won't suffer filve minutes with Brings Suit croup or. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated tic OH it you apply acts xnomas- bciec- A special from" Paris," France, says: like magic. at .once-- It After a meteoric career as a beautiful girl and society woman, and eventually as the Duchess of ChoiseUl-Praslithe woman, who was Lucy Tate, of Stan ford, Ky., is now suing another woman who was originally Miss Claire Coudert, from New York, for having wrongfully assumed, it is alleged, the title of Duch ess ChoiseuL o Meanwhile the friends of the Lucy-Tat- o in tho Blue Grass and the former Miss Coudert, in New York, are watching the battle in the French courts B. Stouifer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made J. with as much interest as are the French social personages themselves. to order made at home by experiened Tailors. Over Miss Tate was first .Mrs. Hamilton 1. 000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by Paine, of Boston, anil Mter her hus band's death became the Duchess Choi Tailors. She now alleges that the Duchess of Choiseui assumes that title George Marischen, Cutter without right, and begs the French courts to settle the dispute. -The Duchess of Choiseui, on tho other hand claims that her title is literally cprrect,-an- d it U said, threatened dofa- matlon proceedings. Both of the ladies are suing under the names of thjir hus 1 ; bands. 3-- tf , . Rural Telephones The American Tobacco Company will fluv it now Now is the time to bu in the field or in a bottle of Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera buy no more-tobacco Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds 'of repairs lor au kinds ot Machinery. M. KK-riMUN- D WIDES Phont363 KRNTUf!KTV Looking Through. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store at trie many varities lor special uses. Our list of paints you will be amazed Wo are headquarters for 15, 10 and 25 cent goods. F. r buy many items thai Ordinal ily sell for a dime. For 15 cents you get values worth up to a quart er. We have everything n Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported: Cbia a. Glassware, Woodenwa'e brushes Cutlery, tc, and every price mart :ed in plain figures. Buy uur housohold goods here and SAVE MONEY 5 cents you can Opposite Elder's. My Wall Paper Stock people can furnish anything in this line. Aso Paint of the. highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious I There Are Paints For Lvery purpose. From the usful water mints for cellar warn, barns, etc., to Ihe finest of varnishes and polishes for tho furniture nr piano. Tell us what you want to do and wen supply the paint product with wnich to UoTit is complete and 239 ty. Main Street, McCann Building 5, 10 and 2;5c Store : : : : ; : ' : " B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Faints Phone 4 19 New Tailoring Shop one-tim- 203 East Mnln The Climax : $1 Third 5treet W.L.LEEDS Richmond, Ky RICHMOND. KY Cuts and bruises may be healed in d about tho time required by the usual treatment by applying Cham- berlian's L,inimont. It is an antiseptic causes such injuries to heal Vtthaut maturation. This linlmnnt niiMiia t -. kVKUl I soreness of the muoles and rheumalio. pains. For salo by Stockton & Son. ono-thir-- a Year soul-Prasli- n. Also large line of ready made Clothmg Real F-sl- ABC Patent Flour AT ata Hats, andFurnishing Goods at - reduced price, i J. B. ST0UFFE1 , ? J. jf '."fit" 'V TOO MUCH LOVE Toe much love for fun. frolic and y rich food causes stomtch, liver, and nrvous troubles. Other remedis help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in Mt week. To prove oar remedy, while they last abc buttles oIy JWc at...... kid-'se- 222 WestMain Street. T fflf STOCKTON with rajMaHAfsbotffttH, they selected the Winchester ia preferesce to all other makes. The experts of lite U. S. Ordnance Board also know gun; that's, why, aftar submitting a Winchester Kiaatin ShttfU to all sorts of tests, they h 3m9f Urmf ,Rd S(A If M one whose yHJ!Bt romaamy MW Iftc U. S. Army w autaoritias to it aod th U. 8, Qrdwaiics ww hi "mow -- UM's tb Wwchsstor. USC0 IN THE U. . ARMY. The U. S. Army authoring knew gun; that la why, whan tfcy.tteckl4 te equip some troops epettmg Shotguns pooni ttouuy .o., or Washington, with agents throughout the United States Mexico.and Cuba. Also my services: as auctioneer may be secured by calling on me at my residence, No. S0CThird St.. uicumono, Ky, s. E, Scott 11 Allpersons desiring either puronase land or other property or to mKe rentals or same will find it to their interest to place the same with mo as I am. a memterof the National a- o VaaaaV bF B:"'aW' - f22-t- f Wtt & lffy SON, Druggie 31 Sino TH K RELIAllI REPEATERS Burdock Blood BiHers purines l0qj enres the ecuse Vuijds you up, Simwea'S lastrajHM Affney. Iio't Wsjt Suppose your propafty huuH hiwi tojtfyht. Saeus, Pfcone707.tr . V. mpuro .oioou runs yon i16wr makes. " u easy victim ror organic disess. per 24 pound sack Its the best tjgj kads them aU in" qua lity Seweil & McKinne v