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RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY,' KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 16. 191 1 When you want Printing and don't knows, how it fiould be donexonsult us 38th YEAR NUMBER 9 ? . L. R. BLANTON, WHOLESALE Crop Report Two Inventions Show Big Shortage oL Pota-- J At Berea: College, That Pro- toes .in Kentucky on Account mise Big Returns for the ot Drouth Inventors. Only half a potato crop will bo gathered in Kentucky this year, according to the monthly crop report for July by the Commissioner of Agriculture from reports received from all Darts of the State. Other crons. while thev have suffered greatly as a result of the drouth will not show so large a falling off. Sun Brothers' World's Progressie Shows All Fair Exchange A New Back for an Old One. How It Can Be Done fh Richmond. The back-ache- s 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 are 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 now and stronger one. Rich mond residents, would do well to profit by tho following example. L. M. Cox 302 Bowyer St,, Lexington, says: "ily occupation requires Ky 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 tho 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 brousht to my atten tion 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. Price CO cents. FoBter-MilbuCo.. BniTalo. New York, sole aeeutB for the United ni Coal, Feed, Salt; Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT New and Better Than Ever. THE STEARNS & (WHE ONtVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Hardly office says a report has come to this Telphone 85 N. V. WH The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man ITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best the Commissioner for the month of July which has not under general remarks spoken of the creat drouth which has prevailed over Ken- lucky generally during the month of July. All crops have suffered greatly for tho need of rain. Our renorts in general showing the smallest Dcrcentaco of crops in Kentucky they have shown for years. The yield of wheat as shown bv re ports now that all tho wheat crop has been harvested" and practically all threshed shows a fairly good average as compared with last year. Last year being an exceedingly good wheat year. First district 01 per cent. Second district 100 per cent: Third district 01 per cent; Fourth district 09 per cent; Fifth district OS per cent: or an average for the State as compared with last year of 00 per cent. from bowel complaint, was cured by one dose of Chamberlian's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Stockton & Son. after suffering miserably for two davs A well known Des Moines woman SUMMER You Haven't Been FABRICS for the least money. Photographed Since the Year You Were Married - Jrof. Uumold, of the Science Department of Berea College, has about completed an-- invention, which promises to make him independently rich. Prof. Rumold claims with his new idea that lie will be able to prevent head-en- d or head-o- n collisions on railroads or traction lines. Electricity is the main power' by which ho.,wiH accomplish it. It is so arranged that two trains destined to meet, will be deprived lif their power at a safe distance, auto matically, and stand "dead" on tho track. "When a certain distance apart. tho cngins will be stopped suddenly without the knowledge of either train crew. Tho L. & N. will give it a trial at once, and other roads liavo signified their willingness to do so at an early date. Prof. Rumold is demonstrating at tho collego now with small models how easy it is for his idea to accomplish what it is intended for. This is one of the greatest inventions of modern times and will replaco tho electric block system, tho latest and most up manner yet contrived for the safety of trains. Another invention at Berea college, which will no doubt be of great is an electric alarm, which rings the minute fire starts in tho house. In a big hotel or flat, a blaze in somo obscure part ot the building, can be detected in time for a bucket of water to extinguish it. Editor Faulkner of the Citizen, is the inventor of this and it is so simple, and fills such a long felt want, that it should prove of great value. The idea came to Mr Faulkner after a recent (ire in Berea, which destroyed a livery stable and several horses and also after reading of the burning of a family in Harrodsburg last spring d, The citizens of Richmond will be 'afforded the opportunity of witnessing tho Great Sun Brothers' shows will bo at Richmond on Tuesday, August 29th. The show this season is all new and serves to exhibit a gigantic zoology display, in which are seen the finest and most select specimens of the animal kingdom. "The Big Top program is of an imperial character and latter day .formation, and introduces many of thevcry greatest performers ever brought to this country for exhibition. Japan sends the magnificient Royal Imperial Court Company. These Oriental marvels appear in a diversity of sen sational acrobatic and risky accom plishments, odd jugglery, aerialistics,-top spinning, etc. Tho costuming of their varied specialties are said to be of an unusualy ornate and brilliant kind. England sends tho famous equestric show. The special, or big display, acts star, Mr. James Fish, Jr., who will bo assisted by Miss Adele Dutton, the dainty arenic beauty. This duo appear in a now novelty carriage act, that has never before been duplicated, magnificent costuming and beautiful horses also characterize" this display. The other foreign features include the renowned Ceveno Troupe, a quintette of high tight wire marvels from France; the Electrique De Kamos, remarkable artist, in a new creation styled "the Humane Butterfiys" tho Mexican Juan Do 2a mora family, thrilling aerialists. Some fifty or more Americans per formers also participate, forming in all one of the biggest and mort satisfying arenic programs offered. Two performances will bo given during the engagement here, afternoon at 2 and at night at 8. Doors open one hour mid-air-tee- MATTRESS SHOWS YOU WHATSJINSIDEDUjDONTQ HAVE TO BUY0N?FATlHC0ME 1N"ANDJ FOSTER (.vt: IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlHSIDETHE wywi, u" LACED 0PEHINQ AND READ&MfrWlrf! TO INSURE REST. THAT IS HEALTHFUL &COMFORTABLE. MATTRESS YOU GET V! ,1 States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Witness. Jailes Jones was summoned to West Liberty last week as a witness in a case in the United States Court. The defen dant was heldVto the regular term which meets at Jackson next month. can, as rule, be cured by a slnzle dose of Colic, Chamberlian's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no superior for bowel complaints. For salo by Stockton & Son. An ordinary case of diarrhoea 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, Standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their h original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedl relaxaone-sixt- tion. I Made in the beA qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Hay Fever, Asthma and Sum mer Colds Relief for the "Morning After" Those persons who, after a moro 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 teaspoon ful in water, repeated several times at hourly intervals, will make you feel like a new man. Results are guaranteed. Two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Perrys. The Rexall Drug Store. Laundry for 5ale. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & FoAer you get the heSt Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. I A hint to the Bring the family and let e an artis- wise is sufficent tic group Ihe ScWegel Studio N. V. WHITE Main 5. J. McGaughey N Must be relieved quickly and Foley's Laundry doing good business. If not Honey anh Tar Compound will do it. E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., sold privately will be sold at public Chicago, writes: I have been greately sale Saturday, Aug., 19, 2 o'clock. troubled during the hot summer Apply to Richmond Steam Laundry. months with Hay Fever and find that by using Foley's Honey and Tar Compound 1 get great Tclief." Many others who suffer similarly will bo" glad to benefit by Mr. Stewart's exporience. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is effective for coughs and colds in either children or jrrown persons. No opiates. no harmful drugs. In a yellow pakges. Refuse substitutes. For sale by Stockis now a summer as well ton & Son. as a remedy. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. Prop. Farm for Sale. . Taxes Due. Street, below First RICHMOND Your taxes for the year 1911 are now 50 acre's nearly all in .grass with Uome dwelling and barn 8 miles from Rich- in my lianas lor collection. in early and avoid tho rush, as well as mond on Otter Creek pike. saving the penalty, by prompt payment. Apply to Sidney Warmuth, D. A. McCord. Sheriff. lt Red House, Ky. 7-8-- tf It winter has the same invigorating efand strength-producin- g fect in summer as in winter. Try it in a little cold milk or ALL DRUGGISTS OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 TV. S. water. 229 R. O. L. O. 5 Reduced Prices for Jily We Are Offering Calico l-2c, v As usual, at the end of the season we re- Clothing 1 from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 J -- 2c at 5c Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at 10 and J 2c, at 9c Lawns 4 -2 to 9c for values worth 6 to 1 8c a yard We are making a clean sweep in our Dress Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $1.50 at 1- duce prices on all i Odd Lots, Remnants, You have heard a great deal about low priceson 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 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 at the quality. to I? I? I? about half price and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ,ever offer in this city "We have a good assortment of We are Overstocked in Silks can't make good But we have this to say: 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 lo 6.50 now 98c to $3.75. it an ws 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 worth from $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 thist.department. We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth from $7.50 to -- Ladies' Waists values at a price we have them 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 Your money's worth and more. of honest t $ t $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers lower in price for quality than ever before Corner First Hamilton & Main o tli e ps Br Richmond, Kentucky William Wagers shipped to . the Districts the Ihirty-si- x OF FAIR Cincinnati markets Monday u of in Madison. have returned from a visit to Dr. Mack lambs purchased for an averagoof cts. Moberley. Crow of Lexington. Mr, Wagers, who i"sono of. the best TROTTING AND PACING EVENTS That the rural schools in Madison After Several month of patient suf posted stockmen Mrs. B. L. Middleton entertained county aro occupying a high position in in tSio county, claims WILL STIR BLOOD IN VEINS with a porch party, Saturday in comp- fering, Mr. Curtis Field Moberley there aro hardely tlto educational world, is evidenced by HAVE the hundred lambs OF ALL HORSE LOVERS. liment to Mrs. Hugh McClelland. passed away at his home in this city in the county for the tho fact that out of thirty-si- x districts rnnrkots. Mrs. Al Williams, of Red House-an- d Sunday evening. He was in his eighNot content with an exceptionally which were to elect trustees on August Miss Mary Jctt of this city have return- - tieth year. Mr. Moberly was The son good racing card in the past, L. B. 5th, only six hold no election, and these Notice to Pavement Con the county after a three weeks stay at Olympian of Wm. J. Moberly and was born in Shropshire, assistant secretary of the were in remote parts orconsequentlywhere are small, less aprings. tractors. . E. 'M. F. 30 and a FLANDERS' 20 CAR Kontucky State Fair, has figured It districts was taken. Only a few years Richmond in the old brick tome noafr interest Mrs. R. E. L. Knight of Dallas, Texas couple of added stakes ago It was the case where hardly half the L. & A. depot, where his father Sealed bids will be received by the out that a and son who have been the guests In In for building would about suit the popular taste of the districts took any notice of the the family: of W. W. Watts left yesterday ived for many years, his grandfather, City of Richmond, Ky affd he has suggested two trotting election and the Educational Board was r t 1WJ 1 lOY, lri.L Curtis Feld, having erected the build- comet sidewalks, curbing and guttors, races, one a 2:17 and the other a 2:20 compelled to appoint any trustees they 1UI .'HUM. will for fall in front, side orrear as set forth by Mr. T. E. Baldwin, Mrs. Baldwin. ing in 1319. When a young man, Mr. event This suggestion met the ap could get to serve. Now it is different, BUILT NTom Baldwin, Jr., and Mrs. W. G. Moberly attended the private school of ordinances, of the following proporty proval of Jamos member in and the people are beginning to realize all what it means to have the right kind of White motored to Lexington, Thursday, Beverley Hicks, Fayette county, and owners: charge: who will see that the right anu iook in me uiuegrass lair SIDEWALKS. The early closing ovonts, In which ofllcials,teachers were employed. later graduated from the Kentucky kind of Ihe Miss Nannie Chenault Clay, well Military Institute, which, was at that Mrs. M. P. Jennings, AV'ost Main St. tho entries closed June 1. include the following is the list of districts and the known here, greeted many Richmond Mrs. Elizabeth Millar. Lancaster. Ave. S:16, 2:17, 2:20 and 2:25 classes in result of the election: people at the Lexington fair last week. time near Frankfort. In 185G he was the trotting, and the 2:14 and the 2:25 Division No:l. She was up from Paris with a motoring married to Miss McAfee, of Mercer Trustees, Christlnn Church Parsonage. - Lancaster Ave. classes Jn tho pacing events. The Shearer Subdistrict No. 1, G. W. Rutler, E. Greenleaf, party. county, and moved to Missouri, where purse in each of these events is $600. Ford, Ky " Mrs. Will Boggs, of Red House, "Is he resided until 18G2. His wife having George D. White's hoirs The additional classes include the Brookstown Subdistrict, No. 2, Ralph ' John B. Parkes one of the many 'Madisonians who has died he returned to Kentucky and was following offerings: Trotting 2:24, Parks, Union visited Crab Orchard this summer. She wedded to Miss Betlie Smith, of this Colby Taylor " 2:18 and 2:14 classes, purse 5500 each. Bend Subdistrict City. 0, Howard Hill, No. reports a pleasant stay there and a big county low prices, in Baptist Church Collece Hill. Main Street Pacing 5! 25, 2:15 and in 1805. Besides her, he "is crowd. College Hill Subdistrict No.7. J. R. ' " classes, purse $500 each. survived by a half brother, Mr. James Presbyterian Church Bogie. Collece Hill. Mr. Wallace Agee, oi ixiuisville, is Moberley. is for Entries for the class races will Bybee Subdistrict No. 0, Wm. Oldham, of Mercer county and four James Boreiog's heirs, East Main " here for a visit to relatives. He has 41 close Septomber 4, 1911. The pro "" children, Mrs. G. G. Corzelius. Mr. Bourbon Current Waco, Ky. been holding a position in the Seelbach gram of races, distributed as thoy are. Oakland Subdistrict No. 11. W. is "' At 3 O'clock, Sharp. Moberley. Thomas Mrs. Fannie Xolson II. tonsorial parlors since leaving Rich William and and calling for a grand total of $G,600 Douglas, Moberly, Ky. mond. Mrs. J. II. Trustees Madison Institute, Summitt. Moberley, all of this city and In purses, should be sufficient to at Division No. 2. South Second Streot. The French Mission Circle of the Toy, of Maysvillo. Mr. Moberley was John Donaldson tract not only a bunch of horses which Green Hill Subdistrict No. 2, M. M. Presbyterian church announces its fall been a farmer and fancier of blooded Mary Jane Walker etc, " " will furnish some excellent sport but Broughton. court day dinner for September 1th, horses, and was well kown all over the John B. Parks " " " also an attendance of enthusiasts on Gedar Clitf Subdistrict No.5, II. O. As usual it will be Labor Day. Mrs. Pattie Hume " " " each of the five days. state along this line. A quiet unassuming Moore, Brassfield. elaborate. CURBS AND GUTTERS. com Bear Wallow Subdistrict No. (5, George Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gott have moved to gentleman, he stood high in the ""inrTTrjv will give a plain talk upon the dif- Sparks, Dreyfus. Mrs. L. R. Blanton Summitt Uichmond from Lancaster to locate, munity where he resided and was one of GATES WHEN ENTRIES Kingston Subdistrict No. 9, Douglas ference between an assembled and Mr. Uott, who has been in business in Madison county's best known citizens. Mrs. Bessie Chenault Young, Kingston. T. Fox Lancaster, will travel with this city as He came of Pioneor stock that helped a manufactured car. is an interesting lecRogersville Subdistrict No. 10, William FOR FAIR WILL CLOSE headquarters. Imor Parrish O. Mays, Terrill. make Kentucky and Madison county ture and a picture entertainment which has Manager Floyd, of the Georgetown what thov are Pumpkin Run Subdistrict No. 11, No rs. Geo. Myers in the business office of the East Tennessee Telephone Election. never been equaled and has attracted wideButterick Patterns SECRETARY SHY CALLS ATTEN Mr. Moberley had Mrs. Hattie Baxtor Co., was in the city last week several iind social world. Division No. 3. TION TO FACT THAT RULES T. Short spread comment all over the country. where ho died for showing the new Manager. Mr. been living days See Our Bargain Counter Beech Grove Subdistrict No. 1, Ledo WILL BE STRICTLY ADMathews, a few inside things about the the nast forty three years, and his Mrs. Mattie Douglas exhibition east of the Mississippi River. Six White, Duluth. HERED TO. Said bids will bo received for building Madison county business. hospitality was known far and wido. Narrow Gap Subdistrict No. 0, L. C. thousand feet of films, costing $40,000. Powell, Big Hill. SecKtary Perry M. Shy, of the Ken Mr. and Mrs. Homer Whittington have He was a Kentuckian of the first order. said walks, .by the square foot for wnlks Big Hill Subdistrict No. 5, Matt Green, returned from an .auto trip thru Ohio The funeral services were conducted and by the Hnonl foot for curbing arid tucky State Fair Board, is anxious-tBig Hill. and Kentucky and experienced the best Tuesday afternoon at the home by Rev guuoring. Said wofk is Jo bo done have the fact impressed on the minds Johnson Subdistrict No. 9, No Election. oi luck. Only one puncture in eight Crutchtleld, of the Methodist church, rictly according to tho specifications of prospective exhibitors that the final Scatfold Cane Subdistrict No. 10, John Robert Burnam. Jr., is in Olay county hundred miles is a good record. Hawkins, Berea. the absenco of Dr. Scanlon, his adopted by the City for said work and dates fixed for the closing of entries In this week on business. Winchester Democrat: Mrs. Speed pastor. He nad been a member ol the under the supervisions of tho Street all departments will be strictly ad Berea Subdistrict No. 11, N. S. Movers. Editor Miss Edith Mason was the guest of Smith, of Seattle, Washington, who lias Steve K. Yaughi way only," said Sechered Berea. . his seven Lommitteo and Street Commissioners retary to. "In this I relatives in Lexington last week. Shy, "can treat every one been the guest of Mrs J. M. Benton, left Presbvterian church since Division No. 4. was a devout Christian Apportionment warrants will be issued alike. This I Intend doing and it will year and Miss .Marion Uuraam has gone to Monday for Indiana, where she will visit teenth Walnut Meadow Subdistrict No. 2, rVIltSEt tTERI WEMBti! II a week before returning home. centleman. The burial followed in the by the city to the Contractor whioh aro be necessary to refuse to receive enCleveland, Ohio, for a visit to friends. Louis Botkins, Berea. duo as soon as the work is completed tries after the dates set forth." Cemetery. Wallacoton Subdistrict Nov 3, No Miss friends of Mr. T. W. Crabbe Richmond CLIMAX PRINTING CO Chester, Kalherine McCord. of AVin THE anu accepted by the City. Euch piooo election In the Women's department. Field, k the guest ef Miss Marian will regret to know that he underwent Summit Subdistrict No. 5, W. oi work will be let soparrrtoly. (Incorporated.) an operation in Cincinnati the first of Tin Seed and Grain, and. Poultry, which al Moran'sOgg, CeMtBS. A. Ballew. Paint Lick. ways are of great intorest. It Is urged He is reported as doing very right to reject any or all bidsisresorvod Mrs. Jake Collins is in Boyle county. well. Dr. and Mrs. Crabbe are at his that prospective contestants, get In Glade Subdistrict No. 0, Jas. W. FowCity of Rtohmond. Kv Mrs. .Tannie Francis Ballew, wife of ler, Berea. aB MBr- - the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert bedside. A. D. Mitter early. S, No. Pcytontown Subdistrict Burke. Geo. W. Ballew, died at her home, five By Samuel Rice, Mayor. See'y-Trea- s. to the W.Q. WtaHe The dates on which entries Dan Brock, the hustling insurance election. Mrs. llattie Buohanan and daughter man, was in Berea last weok lookin miles from Richmond on the Big Hill different departments will close are as Hagan Subdistrict No. 12, Hugh Galey, -Batr .1 have returned frdm Crab Orchard alter his growing business in that sec pike about 2 o'clock Thursday morning DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. follows: Kicnmond. press aswoatio Springs. kktuckt Hon. Mr. lireok has built up n sub Aug. 10th. Mrs. Ballew had been in Saturday, Department, Women's Division No. 5. For United Slntos Senator, stantial business in all portions of the poor health for several years and her Mrs. Walker II isle and Mrs. Irvine Sopfember 2. Round Hill Subdistrict No. 1, Marion oounty as well as in. Richmond. OlweM. Jambs, phbuskots uague. White are at Crab Orolwrd for a few eighth district Cattle, Monday, September 4. . Coy. Richmond, death was not unexpected, but corning days stay. of Critleiidon. Fiold, Seed and Grain, Monday, Sep Perry Long Subdistrict No. 3, M. K. Col. Dave Freeman is in Louisville suddenly as it did, it was a shock to INCORPORATED. Price. Cottonbunr. YEAB Mrs. Sam Ballard and daughter. Miss this week representing Uiolimond Lodge her family and the community. She tomber 4. For Governor, PER $1.00 EFIOE Edenton Subdistrict No. 0, Robert .viyrue. aiieaaea the Lexington lair last U. V. O. E. 5SI at the State reunion Swine, Monday, September 4. Jambs B. McCubaky, Joseph and Edna Cf ADVANCE Teater, Edenton. Mr. Freeman is past Exalted Rulor of was the dauehtor of Thursday. Sheep, Monday, September 4, of Madison. the local lodge and will be entertained Francis, and was about 47 years of ag Baokwoods Subdistrict No 7, no election. Poultry, Thursday, Septomber 7. Mrs. Dannie Douglas and Miss Dick 1911 For Lioutenant Govornor, and was born, married and diod on the WRDNBSDAY AUG. 16 Ruthton Subdistrict No. t, Pendleton Deugks have returned from a slay at vary lavishly while 1n the Falls City. Horse, Thursday, Soptember 7. spent her E. J. MoDeiuiott, Whittaker, - Mulerand Jacks, Tliunday, Septem urao uronard. Mrs. Desha Breckinridge and same farm wllorc she had Mr. and Siloam Subdistrict No. 12, Price Benton, family. Her father , of Jelfersqn. ber 7. Mrs. I. G. Ballard and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Borryman headed life and reared her history ef Mr. Tafls ad Whek ihe Valley View. two automobile parties, which motored died sovoral years ago. Her mother Collie Dogs. Tuesday, September u. For State Treasurer. have returned wtotstraUon k wriMeB, hk failure U in Louisville. from'a visit to relalivos to Richmond Sunday evening for a few slill lives, spendlnc her time among Division No. G. and Flowers. Monday, Sep . Plant Thomas G. RrtKA, WITH hours stay. They returned alter lunch wis the sympathy ef tke people will bo Miller Subdistrict No. 2, B. C. Harvey, .embef IL Mrs. Came Chenault is in Clark at the Glyndon and a talk with old her children. Mrs. Ballew is. survived ofLogap. selection as alley lew. be aMrferted te-kefet Horticu:tual, Mcuday, September Forest Hill eeunty. the guest of her daughter, Mrs frionds. bv her husband, her mother, four LIVE SlflCK COMMISSION CO., Subdistrict No. :t, A. II. PINNElL-McMDLlE- N For Auditor, Mtvfcersef men who ace not te a. Nelson Gay. sisters and four brothers. Her sisters are" Wells. Richmond, R. No.4. e Mr. J. B. Borders, of Columbus, Ohio f Hbxrv BoswoitTir, wfcb the needs ef Ue poopk Buffalo Subdistrict No. 4. no election. Clyde News, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, his wife and little of Fayotte. w are. was here llart, of the Winchester visitin and whocharming remembered indaugh Miss Lucv. Mrs. Ed. Price, Mrs. Arch eewtiry. Let ik s,ee who the Ajnule being rode by Miss Fruzie Booncsboro Subdistrict No. 0, William baturday and Sunday Rich Kavanaugh and Mrs. Arch Walker. tor, will be For Altornoy Gonorat, Munday, Amster. Taft, who know home folks. Allsop wallowed in a puddle of rnolascs smH4tag ProsWeirt mond, are lie re lor a tew days stay en Her brothers are Tom and Joe both Jambs Gannett, waat; ovor at the sorghum mill on Gimlet Pleasant Hill Subdistrict No. 7, A. J Cjuotes prices of stock exaeUy what "tkej" feedfng cattle as follows: Miss Cathorine Ashbrook, of Fort route thru Kentucky on an auto trip. unmarried, and .John and Alex, both House, White Hall. of Adair. practically a Worth. Texas, is the guest of Miss Mr. Borders is driving a ii hito steam oroek Tuesday evening, but she oscaped Dozier Subdistrict No. 9, Q. R. Spurlin, wbs, through bavig Good to choice fleshy steers. IfiOO-tcar and will visit Crab Orchard from married. All of her brothers and sis 1600 lbs $5.40 $5.r For Secretary of Slate, without fretting any sweeter. Th m on opt' ef the President's ear, have liottie French. iteu iiouso. ters reside in Garrard county, ex here Good to choice stock steers, S50 to 1000 lbs 5.00 5 him Wte the C. P. CltHCUMOUS, , mokises will be allowed to remain on Mrs. Jl. H. Miller is in the country bees abie to deceive Mrs, who lives inMississipi. Good to choice yearling steers Howallow News. I G.1 Mr. Slanloy Arthur, the well known cept Alex, 4.35 the mule and will be used as a of Pendloton. belief that he te aotteg the part ef a ior a two weeKs visit to air. and Mrs, Harry Morgan. . Good to ohoice steerealves, 1 to 10 months oldl traveling salesman in this section for Ballew left five children, two sons and 5.'.'j 4.75 Ing device. The files will light on the (Fkom the Hogwaixow Kestuckian) real statesman Sf he vetoes legfclatie For Superintendent of Public InUpjohn Pill Co., has decided to three daughters: Mrs. Fannie Price of Good to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 months old..' 5' 4.30 Mrs. B. B. Million and daughters. the mulo and then ho will beat them to t the very obaraeter that he promised Washington Hocks is back from tht make Richmond his homo and wili struction Misses Edna and Good to choice 1 and 2 year old stock heifers 3.35 order to have returned from a delightful stav at be married the latter part of the montl Atchison, Kansas, . death with his tail. the people before eleotiofi in Baiiksdai.k Hamlbt, village of Buzzard Knob where he went N'nmi and Joe and Geo. W. Jr. All of urao urcnara springs. Good to ohoice stock cows, ' to. Ay ears-ol.; (J to Miss Marjie Carter, of Lonisville, and teowre their votes. Ib his cabinet Mr. to find out what Isaac Hellwanger paid of Christian. Mrs. Bedie Ballard, of Corbin, visited after a short bridal trip east, they will her children and her husband were at Knox, forBrick for 5ale Taft has Secretary of Slate for a cow been trying to sell him For Commissioner of Agriculture, the bed side when the end came. Her lanwceicine lamuy of Mr. and Mrs come to Richmond to reside. mer steel trust attorney; Attorney Sam Ballard, of this oity. A few Uteusnnd old brick for sale. forS9. J. W. Nhwman, funeral was conducted at the family The Winchester fews says: Mrs Ueaeml Wiokersham, former sujrar J. D. King & Soru Tho Excelsior Fiddling Band was of Woodford. Mr. K. B. (Buster) Barnes has moved residence. Friday morning by elder gave uwst attorney, and Secretary of Comr with his family to Lexington and will James M. Benton guest,a dinning recent F. M. is Mrs. J. Speed ly in honor of her summoned to the Wild Onion school Tinder of the Christian church For Clerk of Court of Appak, Iturmun s Insurance Agoncy. W nereeaBd Labor Kagle, former attorney engage in business there. Smith, of Seattle, Wash. The atfair Lancaster, the pastor of the Presby house Saluiday night to furnish msic It. L. GllBBKR, Waters-Piere- c (Standard) Oil insuro tobacco in the field. Rates Those was delightful in every detail. the Col. Harry P. Jones, of Pittsburg, was a memb for the magic lantern show, but the tcrian church of Franklin. cheap. tf eapay. Thea is his immediate millionaire coal merchant, was in the and Lewis Bosworlh, Misses Lizzie er being away of which she and her rethe present were: Mesdames' Carrie Xeal bass fiiddlo jarred the lamp chimneys from home, Brother oity last week on business. family oiroie the President has on and put out the lights. Goodloe, Carolyn Bosworlh and Lewis mains were laid to rest in the Rich Oharies Taft, who is so constituted Mrs. M. C. Kellogg and children will Bosworlh, of Lexington and Mrs. Henry mond cemetery. At her funeral four The blabksmitlf at Bounding Billows he go to Cincinnati the lattor part of the 11. Hall, ot inchester. teBtpermeatalty and fieaacially that th represented, were generations died a few days ago and was buried only from the week for a visit to relatives. legklalk eu view Friends hore have received invitations being, her mother, Mrs. Edna among blackberry bushes in the Garden First-cla- ss AH Edwin Wines, Jr.. the popular young to the wedding of Mr. Hiram Richard- eldest viewpatet that "Big Business" views Francis and the youngest her grand creek graveyard. He ordered a head Heary W. Taft, aruggisi is at urab Orchard enjoying the son and Miss Lillian Anderson, which it: attd afeo Brother will take place at the home of the bride child the infant son of Mrs Fanny have never seen a woman board put up at once with his name on . mmbAr at the Xew York law ftrm ofi water and the pretty girls. near Danville on next baturday morn- Price. would Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf and little daugh We keep thebest one on the which represents Siretig & CadwaMader, with good sense but w had it, so that the publiobusiness. know that ter are at home from a visit to the ing, August nineteenth. The nuptials he was no longer in were announced sometime ago to take sgar trust. Wall street and the Misses Chinn in Frankfort. the beauty enough to make her Tobo Moseley's clock has run down place in the early fall. The groom has For market and every owner Ross. great teettstriftl oorporatioRs. younger set many friends in Richmond and Central again. Somehow this clock has never ef asy advice the of beverai members of athe . i... l self highly agreeable. sfesuiatiatiefi rr -you been able to keep up the city, will give dance Monday acuiuuhv vwiu wiu 1.; auui uis- turiue u The death of J. Shearer Ross, which mm with the nrosrrcss will testify to its great worth. Prostdejtt may receive from these evening at tue Masonic Temple. prosperous and nappy lite. occurred at his homo near Kirksvillo at wish to see faces light up with of time, and has caused Tobe and his to oall in Senator ues, he has but Mr. Edward Stockton and Miss Jane Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Phelps. Mrs. H. B an early hour last Monday morning, The main secret in this one sseeessw from Stockton are on a pleasure trip to the Hanger and sons, Wm. Marsteller, Miss came as a shock to his wiflo circlo o joj' and satisfaction just drop family a lot of uneasiness and incon Lippfct. AWrioh's venience. On one occasion it got so far is Be ot northern lakes and points of interest. Keenc, Miss Jamie Caperton, friends and acquaintances in Madison Marion Rhode Island. Mr. Ltppitt in among the customers at behind that it caused Tobo to miss W. W. Watts and his little guests, the Cork is cork lining. the milKoaak--e benefioiaries ef the Miss Marion Russell Ship has return Knicht boys of Texas. l m. liurnam county. Mr. Ross was thirty years of HiTM isjts planting his potato crop altogether. and knows ed to her home in Cynthiana after MCNfeglfe oettea trust, Mrs Tom Curtis, Mrs. II. C. Jasper and ago and had been ill for the past four acknowledged by scientists Fit Smith had the first chill of tho exactly what he wants. Others who visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Oldham. daughter. Dr. C. S. Holton, John W months. He was the son of S. P. " Ross season Wednesday morning. Fit takes when the kaa.tr auxt tlmr waot and Miss Nettie Hicks is taking her vaca Crooke. W.L. Arnold and wife, and Mrs and was held in v high esteem in the to be the best Deatberage were Richmond people, prido in getting ahead in this communi President relies are- - Penrose, Smoot. tion lor the next ten days and is spend Jas. went to Lexington Friday to wit- community where ho was born and ty, and is being praised on this occasion balance ing it in Lexington and Lawrcnceburg, who GucHeBhefm. Da Pont and the of heat, and the manner in ness the aeroplane flights and see the reared. The funeral services were con by his many friends". At the outstart Low Dealing Mr. Ben Cassiday, of Louisville, is fair. of the ring of special privilege servers ducted at the homo Tuesday morning no will, It is expected, have the which it is used in this Re- in the Senate. And here is a Hbt of the hore for a vacation with his parents, Mrs C. E. Smoot entortained most by Rev. F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, Telephone 62 Opera House Building days variety of chills, but later seven i by Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Cassiday at Madison delightfully in honor of Mrs. Hugh Mc when men whose advice k and burial followed in Richmond come Institute. frigerator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low work gets more plentiful he will drop Olellan of San Antonio, Texas, Friday Taft: LaFetlette, Ctepp. Cummins, father, Dr. C. H. Vaught and family will afternoon. Aug. 1th, from four to six. terv. Besides his mother and back to the regular every other day progressive BriHew and all genuine he is survived bv two brothers, Messrs return this week from Crab Orchard The house was beautifully decorated in figure. Come in and let us show you. Its worth your kind. republicans. These faots tell their own where they have been for the past ten golden glow sreat bunches everywhere Eugene and Lewis Ross. for the days. " Columbus Allsop reported to the story. There's bo chance artistically arranged. The color while J-& je, & Depity Constable last night that some President to do anything for Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Ader, of Cincinnati, scheme, yellow, was carried out in the Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond has bis have returned home after a visit to Mr. ices, cakes, mints and punch. Mrs one had been knocking on the floor of the neonle as lone as he JlHf Mrs. McClellan received the you. his home. The knocks were very myspretest advisors around, and from and Mrs. Jack Adams on the Tate's Smoot and a most cordial manner and guests in intention Creek road. terious and could not be explained unnresent indications he has no were assisted in doing the honors by The Cause of Eczema. Mr. and Mrs! Albert McCowan and Mesdames Jasper, Middleton, Stockton. less they were coused by hants. Upon ef taking on a new set of advisors. T. D. Chenault and little son, have Langford and Breck and Misses Miller, is germ life that burrows under and investigation, however, it was learned one to the sea shore for a sojourn of Stockton, While, Pickels and Harber. feeds on the skin. The way to cure that the noise was made by one of the AuitviKn ST of the 88 men under several weeks. Telephone 33 ECZEMA is to remove the cause by Main Street, West Lexington Herald: Misses Anne and Allsop dogs that was scratching fleas criminal indictment in connection with Misses Julia Higgins, and Mattie and Manrarei Milward gave a beautiful din washiucr awav with a clean, penetrat under the floor. , ing liquid, the germ life and poisons the wire trust to go free with the pay Tillie Tribble will leave the latter part ner Saturday evening at the Country that causo the trouble. ment of rjunnv finance upon their of the week for a slay of two weeks at Club in compliment to their guest, Miss preparation that will do We Crab Orchard. Fanny Tinder of Lancaster. It was one this. have a application will stop withdrawal of "not guilty" pleas, is an The of several lovely affairs in her honor the itchinff first irive prompt relief and illustration of the Wickersham policy at Mr. Clarke Allman. the efficient clerk and the evening was much enjoyed Perry s drug store, is on a Irritated, itching or inflamed vaca to of trust breaking. This system would tion U friends in Indianapolis short other The table was prettily decorated with skin an you are a sufferer from skin and If flowers and lights and after dinner or scaln eruption in any form, try one anti- points in tue West. seem to make the violation of the there were cards and dancing. The prepara trust laws merely a business proposiMiss Margaretta Smith was the wore assisted by their parents. bottle of this clean scientific may at the regular meeting of her hostess hostessesMrs. Stanley Milward, and Miss tion, we are confident you will be tion. The men running the trusts Bridge Mr. and from the use pleased pile up millions by paying no attention Club last Friday. Mrs. Thomas Smith Tinder and the- guosts were: Misses of thiswith the results preparation for standard Dazey Moore Porter, Elizabeth Lyne of eczema. escape was awarded the trophy. laws, and then to the anti-truuagan of Uich NicholasviIIe, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. George Han GobA tor Infants as well as nunishment br nayine a few thousands Ben Ilobinson persons Perry's Drug and Miss "Margaret Hoskins, all of Win mond, Messrs.Lancaster, jonn and Curry orooa in finance. airingof Robinson I chester motored over last week for Early Ewen, Wrenn Kcnnctt and Stare. ton. day with Miss Sue Scrivener. Browning ot Jew iork. Carl Ir the President of the great United Mrs. Hubert Griggs and Mrs. Homer At the hospitable home of Mr. Wil States would stop and think a minute Whiilington are in Cincinnati for an near Farm News about the CoHectorship of the Eighth early inspection of the Fall millinery in Ham Johnson, Monday,hundred White's beautiful-combi- ned guests Station, nearly two Mr. the interest of Jwigle & Co. District, he would offer the job to gathered in response to an invitation 4 Hems ef Interest to Tbe Far"Waller Bennett, of this city, his old Misses Lucy White Booker, of Louis from Mr. Johnson and his estimable mer, the Grower and lac ichoolmale and ene of the hardest ville and Sidney and Mary Olivia White, wife to help to celebrate the fiftieth It was a Stockman. workers for the Ohio man in past of Danville, are here for a visit to Mrs. anniversary of their marriage. never was happy gathering indeed and Mrs. Ellen Gibsons. races. Mr. Bennett is the best man Lucy White at of this popular couple more tbe home non-bindi- ng Judge and Mrs. Bates, of Cincinnati, entertaining than on this occasion. The offered for the place and one whom shipped 100 fat cattle Lewis Neale every Democrat in this section would are here for a visit to their son and spread was sumptuous to the extreme daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bates at The Johnson home has long been noted this weeek, purchased sometime ago by interMke tq see land the job, as well as 'the Mrs. Callie Chcnault's in the country for its hospitality and to celebrate this Simon Weil at 0 4 cts. It was a choice Republicans. , happy occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson lot and averajed 1,498 lbs. Messrs Misses Ollie Baldwin and Madge Bur outdid themselves. They were married nam have returned from an extended on August 14th, 13 AerialijJts and the Flying Delmars XJC .They're Useful lbol in the same neigh Green and Dick Igo also shipped 125 sojourn at Kittery Point, Maine, where borhood, where they now reside, and choice ones which averaged 1,427 lbs IO Riders' nt 0 D1LES asd Miss ACME BELDENI Pew people stop to think just how they were with Capu and Mrs. Carlo two of the wedding party are living to and were purchased sometime ago by CJLOWrVS, Tbe World's Fonny Kei day and were present at the reception. Mr. Weil. They are as good a lot of quail is. A little more care Brittain. useful the Mrs. D. D. Geiger has returned to her They are Mrs. Mary Brookshire, of VrfW&fiyS 100 PERFORMING ARTISTS bv verv farmer in preserving these SfSSlJ exporters as ever left the county. Glasgow, a sister, of Mr. Johnson Colo-nia- l, home in Huntington, w. a., a Her birds would aid him wonderfully besides stay here for several daysfollowiug the Mr. J. M. Gabbard, of Berea. It and was affording delightful hunting. From Sep burial of her brother, Mr. Thomas the first meeting in many years of these GREAT Wm. Waters shippedto Cincinnati deLember 1 to April 1 each Bob White Walker. four and a happy one it was. Rev, James Kindred officiated at tbe wed this week a load of fat heifers purchased e&t 368 pounds of weed seeds. From Miss Mary D. Pickels was tbe hostess ding in 1861, and ho will be at $3.75 per cwt, in College . Hill April to September it lives upon insects but Thursday evening at a delightful by many or the older ones,remembered his death neighborhood. as wefl as seeds and industriously con card party in compliment to Miss Gladys having occurred some years ago. Of Perry lUBci tbe Btost active crop pests in uoston.and her guest Mr. Julian Tyng of the living children of Mr. and Mrs. from Benton SI, Evans' purchase Note-- We Johnson, there are two daughters, Mrs. are headquarters for Sewing Machines and Supplies, for all makes of machines. uch as chinch bugs, tfek country, Miss Emma DeJarnett entertained Thomas Anderson and Mrs. W. L. Mack Phelps a nice bunch of fat cattle wheat weevil, cucumber MiiMverin. Leeds, both of this county. Mr.' Johnson averaging 1,000 at 5 2 cts. Machines, Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Oils, Etc., Etc Friday evening at a beautiful sirVclock and bran beetle, potato bugs, cut dinner, with Mr. H. IL Hnynes, of served Madison county as Jailer one and grasshoppers. One stomach, New lork City, and Miss Louisa term and no more popular official was wrm The Poultry show at the big Madison ever chosen to occupy a county office. wfeee examined, contained more than Covington, as guests. Uncle Buck as he is familarly known, Uounty tatr promises to eclipse any wwtboppws. The wke farmer JM Mks Franky Kauffman, of Lancaster, is one of the best men of the county, thing e.'er attempted In this line. wMt protect the quail and give them who has been here tbe guest of Miss whole-soulehonorable and uprkrht Van Greenleaf will leave this, week for and tbe Climax joins in his hundreds of Secretary Crutchcr;"has appointed Mr. the riw ef the farm. ;' Columbus, Ohio, for a visit to her sister, friends in hoping for him and his good Coleman NetT, at the head of this de Mrs, John Shackelford. many years more of prosperity partment in addition to himself, to see, wife, Concrete Walks. and happiness. that the exhibit Includes every fancier sixty WtUtt seatractSng for Concrete walks JA party of near four enjoyed a trip f to the river, tore. Monday after poultry in Central Kentucky, Mr. &. Sob, 203 Estill ave- Dan Breck, fire, lfehlning, eielqfc J. S J3mg filain noon, where a delightful swim was had. in charge of the exhibit live uteck. If Neff will be After luneb they returned on ih 730 and 'and it nulling out a special premium. Mermen's and Collates Talcum Powder G. D. Corsets train. 'It was the third of a series of out ings, which have beeh 'enjoyed at this spot on the Kentucky river this summer. Mrs. Pattie Hume and Son, Slanton, have returned from lake Chautauqua. Mrs Elizabeth and Miss Ruth Crow Deaths list all over lite sfajo This i!I be undoubtedly the biggest thing ijt the fair. GUSST RAGES BIG School Trustees Are Chosen In Thirty out of ld i ..FEIM We Have Arranged --TO 7o w is Tim to buy something for almost nothing. order to make room the goods, we for our next two weeks sell -- O- Muslin Underwear at a Great Reduction Come and see our seeing believing, and don't this sale for Cash Only The Stage at The Opera House, free-for-a- ll Tuesday Afternoon, Aug 22 OWEN McKEE PERSONALS . It to-da- y. First o The Richmond Climax. We Want You To See The Tiie-man- y SHO thei-wee- Citizens Motor Car Co. W. O. PARK, and -- ks -- fly-cat- d he-ha- s 2-- tf The Home Not Complete Without a fr Betsy's Pointers REFRIGERATO and Above a One "I If jam Lackey & Todd non-conduct- or The Home of Prices and Square jt jt ji D. B. Shackelford Co. Macey Sectional Book Cases THE Macey Book Cases, finds pefect expression The Macey st artistic sense will not be offended, gratified by a careful study of I the in which with the practical doors and the e$Xj&S 6 '&ffi0 iJXr rj$gy ACTKjfi Macey changeable, removable and changeable feet broadly patented, marks a a step in development of Sectional Book Cases almost as important as the Unit Idea itself. Made in Scroll Colonial, Post Artcraft, Chippendale and standard designs. Any finish sired. Inspect the Macey before you buy. i Luman and tiiggins m e-- Richmond,! Tuesday, Aug. 29 West Street PicturesT ramed to Order M Opposite H4eJ QyncJon I When You 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, tbough,,.bow xapidly jour home becomes attractive with new things, "if you follow this plan of adding something new every . 1 ' - " ' No Let Up On Price Cutting spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Un-to-Da- 4 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 of them left fc Furniture, Mattings, and Ready for 3'our selection now. . BENNETT and H GG I N S Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and regulars models, to fit all men--price- UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist ; or EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT -Richmond, Ky m Tllg. re, Hghtning, oyolone 1 Rreck, tf c stock Huran8c D senses d lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky Divided into four big lots as follows X man or woman la each loealltr. To join th Supreme Council or thli society and Introduce our Benent Certificate! .amonr fxleadi and acquaintance!. ilut , be between It and 80 yari of ace: Give all or onlr ipere time. We pay caah bene? fits for alckneee, lnjurlei, accldenta and deatha. Experience not neceMarr Can make from W.00 to RS.OO a month and up. ( me 10 Owes MoKee, Richmond X pleaiant and highly profitable profea-le- dry gooAs aM nations. Others Everr member secured meani r certain mured for - : why not tf month thereafter. income not etyou every 3 Why into bul-nefor youreelf NOW! No capital need-ejust received a T Send for particular. -s. BOX LA-29COVINGTON, KY. eW W. Hre44ns & Co. for all i f storage. -nam s Inswrtwwe Agesoy writes all 48tf W. W. Broaddus &Co., have excellent facilities for storage. Bring in your tv.ierooeof those Jirtoy steaks from wheat. tf i n Phoae 186. " n. at iC'-'untr- WANTED great variety of beautiful patterns and weavestailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $ 5 1 Suits, this season's newest styles, in All our finest Kenton 15. 00 Hand-mad- e hs d. tf 3. -- 2-- tf 7-- 5t you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $ 8 to $20. These are also Kenton Handmade and fine enough for any man. Lvery suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring For Twelve-Fift- y 1 12 A Tribute. 50 Honest values at $ 5, $ 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big 1 1 1 loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of- fine worsteds and serges to select from - Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 tq $12.50-slaught- ered at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices 1 7.8 No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices 2-- n . T c - tf Real Estate Agent Henry James sold for Miss Mollie Fife this week a sale on straw hats wfll continue sixty acre farm on the Barnes Mill road, to Mr Eugene Barnes at a good price. half price. IHee &. Arnold. A Mistake. Rreck. re, lightning, c stock tosttraMe. oyolone .Farm 5oId. P., re R. I. Red S. C. oookerete for In last week's issue of the Climax the e U Zj certU. age of Mr. Jesse Hunter, vho was mar Phee SOI. ried to Miss Dovie Benton in this city, Mt appeared as seventy when it should have K.rci s ice cream Is deHeieus. Bvery-- c been seventeen. The groom is a poputalks aborn. R. Any flavor made lar young farmer. tf r.ierand delivered prerapUy. d ever but Tt prices will continue on neglegle .. J'.w cut shoos awl straw hats. Ma of lhe ckoiee patterns and styles .ose goods are stiM being offered at sery low prices. Rice & Arnold. Covington and Banks " " " . - . Sweep Oat Sale k Times Change. Very Busy. President Crabbe, of tho State Nor mal and Model schools is as busy this vacation time as during school. Im provements are going on all the time and it takes much work to get every thing ready for the opening of the fall term which begins September 12th, Mr. Culbertson, the energetic assistant to President Crabbe, is the busiest man n the slate, Tho Year Book, one of tho most exhaustive school catalogues in the country, has just be'en placed in the Job office of tho Climax and shows an immense amount of work by President Crabbe and his assisistant. Big 5ale. Manager T. C Vaughn. Caught in Act A Negro giving his name as Henry Mimms and Knoxville as his homo was re-re- c Lost . The Model and Normal schools will open the next term on Tuesday, September 12th. Dr. Orabbe iias announced this change from the old dales. A contract will be closed very likely this week with a celebrated educator to take charge of the Model, which promises to have a big attendance this year. small heart Leekei, with initials Dedication. i It ' betweea Watatrt street and Liberal reward for return The new Baptist church at Kirksvllle Mt will be dedicated on next Sunday and it i 711 Walnut street. will be a glorious time for tho congrega tion. Dr. Powell, of Louisville, State Cement Workers effurch, is expected I) Kin: & Sett, practical cement Missionary for the Ave-i- l to deliver the dedicatory sermon, but in v ,iers. Richmoed. Ky. 303 Estill 9 2t his abcence Dr. Marshall, of Richmond, will occupy the pulpit. The services will begin at 10:30 a, ra. At Home s' 1 li' Harry i v j I. be ai his lltautoH has returned home effiae from bow on at For Councilman. In next week's issua of the Olimax will appear the official announcement of Mr. T. T. Covington to succeed himself as Councilman of the city of Richmond. He Is well known to the peoplo and a man in the prime of life, and full of push and energy and is one of the oldest business men. He has served as Counr cilman, and is thoroughly familiar and interested in the workings of the city and well knows the needs and necessi ties. He has shown himself to be a faithful officer and asks life the indorseby ment of fellow-citizefor another term. l T o iMiurk. 2t At Parks Hill. taliaat mm. who fallowed the Morgan i alt his raids, are i their asaual reunion at Parks ..mp ground tfck week in Nicholas ' lol Nath Ueathorage and Madison are in others nij c .uce fw New Firm. v " " iam Martta the well known man has sold a half interest in ery. feed and sale stable to Rich-T- J "uisenberry, of north Woods aid was sought Mr. Quiaseaberry took With two such well Sunday last by the citizens of Midway, w - men, the firm is bound to do a in their effort to keep saloons out 01 Woodford county. He addressed a great 'usmess. mass'Neeting of whites and blacks, conBase Ball Schedule cerning which tho Clipppr says: "After the resolutions the Games this week. Frankfort, the adoption of Chairman introduced former Mayor Tuesday and Wednesday. Clarence E. Woods of Richmond, who tho Maysville Thursday, Friday made a most convincing address on Mr. topic, "Why Keep Midway Dry?" and Saturday. Next Week: Woods has led the fight on the saloons wuiiMi6i". Winchester, Tuesday. 22nd, in his town uirougn coming out victorious each time. He Lexington Thursday 25th. has gathered together an array or lacis in regard to tho and testimonials broeght about by the changec conditions remova.1 of saloons that are enougn to Perhaps convince the most skeptical. the most striking Illustration used was the showing of n petition over niteen foot lonir and bavins over fifteen Hun "12 ng or feeding cattle call on or dred names on Jt .of country people liv place your orders with ing in Madison county who saw to tne Pinnell-McMulle- n morrhiin's of Richmond that if the saloons were not voted out they would Live Stock Commission .Co. i..l.i.niii.tn .. trading. - 1 be BIKnuviv w w their Kansas City Stock Yards iition had creat influence in the cam K careful selection for what you want paigns. At Hie conclusion of his ad tie made by our W. O. Park who dress Mr. Woods was given a nsmK is I.a4 23 years experience in filling vote of coming and speak on ibis '' rsn,mun jaarKeL PJease address ing thatthanks for It is the. opinion or aOernoon. nations to fin that great good was accomptisneu Dy W. it in solidfying the local option sentishowing that our people Kansas City Stock Yards ment and in option good and strong." are for local poses-Monday. or Second Woods Called o Midway, iu To Cattle Dealers -- O. PARK A- FIFTY - CENT OF - BOX Tho largest land deal made in Madi son county tho past year was closed-lasWednesday, when the Pattio A. Clay heirs, through their agent J. T. Ferrill, sold to Waller Bennett ths 230 acre farm, lying just north" of the city, and one of tho best tracts in tho Blue-grafor 8150. per acre. Possession will be given January first, 1911. Circuit Clerk Roy While is at present lessee of tho farm. Several prominent parties have looked at this farm recent- with a view of purchasing it, some o county people. f theso being It is good news to know that a Richit. acquired has man mond Several Real Estato firms had this Selling Coal. farm listed and it is a feather In Mr. Messrs. B. B. Million & Sons have FerrilPs cap that ho made the sale. bought out tho business of the Ida May Everybody Anxious. Coal Co. and have taken possession. The new firm is comriOSC(1 of aggressive1 Sinco the Announcement was made . mi up-t- o date business men. j:iiey huchu short time ago that Madison County of coal and at would have a fair this year, everybody to sell the best grades prices neyer before known in this in the county seems to havo heard the market. They will also handle hay. news, and are preparing for a big three corn, bran and feedstuff. Mr. Million's days on the 7, 8, and" 0th of Sep in tember. Tho catalogue will be issued many years of experience handling business, together with his next week and Secretary Crutcher has extensive acquaintance in this county calls for them from exhibitors all oyer and tho younsr blood of his two boys country. The premium list this year eminently fits the new firm for its ill afford an opportunity for every man woman and child in tho county to work and is'a guarantee of success. enter and contest for the prizes. Boost for Madison county fair and make it Freeman Won lucky the crowning event in Kentucky for Mr. Dave Freeman was the the summer months. man in the bridle drawing at the Madi- . .1 17a 1i nlil V 09 1. son name tnis ween, uo Big Auction, which proved to be the lucky one. The I will on Saturday, September 2nd, bridle is one of the most elaborate .ever and Monday September 4th, (Court Day) seen here. It is of horse uair, piaueu sell to the highest bidder at auction, in many little forms by hand showing the entiro lot of vehicles at Richmond tho work'of an artist. It was made by the firm of J. S. Stapp. This lot an inmate of the Penitentiary in one of includes all kinds of top buggies, sur-riethe western states. pheatons, roadwagons runabouts, Howton road carts, all kinds of farm New Man. agons, pony carts and rigs of every Mr. Irl O. Grinstead, of College Hill. description. I am heavily stocked and a graduate of tho Nashville Business trade is dull, consequently I must turn College, has accepted a position witn them into money at once. No reserve. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb as stenographer anu everything I offer will be sold. If you typewriter. Mr. Grinstead is a capaoie want a bargain now is tho chance. young man and will no doubt do well J. S. Stapp.- 5t here in his chosen field, tie is aiso a Buys Interest. Notary Public. Being an ambitious Mr.Lee Gott lias purchased interest of youngjnan, it is safe to predict that he his brother Mr Creed Gott in tho comwill succeed. mission business here and will operate Barker Held. it in the future as sole owner. Mr Creed J. H. Barker, a prominent citizen of Gott has found it necessary to return to of Estill county, was before immtssioner tho high western country, on account Thursday on a charge of hcaltb.to reside permanently. His many Benneltjast moonshining. Ho was held to llie friends will regret that lio is compellod Federal court in the sum of 3200 bond, to seek another climate. Tho senior which ho promptly executed. It is member Is one of the most successful claimed the arrest of Barker created poultry and egg men in this section and quiet a suprise in his home county. lias built up a big businqss Deputy Marshal Billy Mays maao tne To Indianapolis. arrest. CapU Vulcan Irvine and his prize drill corps, will leavo Sunday August All Like Jt 20th, for Indianapolis, where they will Dr. Sandlin, who was a momber of a attend the National Encam.pnent of the prospecting party to Southwest Texas Uniform Rank, Colored Knights, of the first oi .tne moniu, is enmusmswu Pythias. This squad has won several over the new country ,and made a prizes at this encampment, anu. it is nurchase of a big tract of land. He going In this year for tho National trnn!iv sumriseu to Know uiai prize. It is easily tho best 1n the state. section of the country was so productive havinE defeated al! competitors at miior members of the party took State Conolaves. , options on land. t ss out-of-th- Col. R. R. Perry or tho Winchester News, an old timo friend of E. T. Burnam pays the following tribute to his deceased frior.d. "Tutt Burnam is dvad. With more of sadness than we know how to express we want to pay a tribute to ono of Nature's noblemen. He was everybody's friend and overybody was his friend. Wo will miss his hearty greeting and hear no more his joyous laugh. Tho world was better for his aving lived in it. Ho was peculiar in somo tilings, but honest in all things. He was a man of decided convictions and ho had the courage to say anywhere what he believed. Yet ho did it in-- a way not to givo offense. We bless his memory, and join with" those that were nearest and dearest to him in their who hail been manager of the local business of the Ida May Coal Co., this cityjias resigned that position and has accepted a positCoal ion with tho Pittsburg-Buffa- lo Co. This company has head quarters at Pittsburg, Pa., and own and or.crates several mines in eastern Kentucky. Mr. Vaughn will have his office in this city with Messrs B. B. Million and Sons, successors to the Ida may Coal Co., and ill bo general manager for the state of Kentucky, for tho Pittsburg Co.,looking especially after the wholesale business throughout "the state. The Climax congratulates the Pittsburg-Buffa- lo Coal Co., on having secured tho service f Mr. Vaughn as state manager. He the right man in the right place, Mr. T. C. Vaughn, IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY YOUNGSTER TRY JHISIFREE -- ' The Expected. Galvin Won. Mr. John J. Galvin, the well known A special from Taylorsville says: business man of Lexington, who won 'Aviator Longo. of Danville, lost control tho frco for all mule raco at the Lexingof his biplano in starting a flight on the ton fair, is a nephew of Col. "Bat" fair grounds here this afternoon, and tho machino swerved toward tho ground, running into the horses and carriages skirting tho aviation field. Congo's machine was splintered and tho aviator sustained three broken ribs and other njuries. Mrs. Will Armstrong sustained broken arm, and T. S. Wallaco was struck by ono of tho planes and sus tained a gash in tho head. A man named Simpsonwas severely bruised." Those who saw Longo try to fly here, are not surprised al the above.' He is no aviator and never will be. Ho can make more money doing balloon stunts. Galvin, of this city, and the Richmond relatives of the winner claims it was the Irish in him that enabled him to come out ahead. The race was one of tho most popular events of the Blue- rass fair, not excepting the (lying machine, on account of the promittencp of tho riders, which included business men in Fayette and adjoining counties, hereafter Secretary Shouse will make it a feature of tho fair. caught last Thursday morning at a very early hour while in tho act of robbing the store of Covington & Banks. 'Mimms seems to have been a really unlucky burglar, for just as ho was about to get away with a big lot of goods, Mr. Green Million, came into the store and it was all off witli him. Mr. Million was up very late, having forgot to get his grip out of the store, as he was going to the Lexington fair Thursday morning. Policeman Potts was on the street and the two walked up to tho store together, never dreaming of a very exciting chase for a burglar that was soon to happen. When Million entered the store he noticed the show window door unlocked, which aroused his suspicion. Potts immediately made for the rear to head otf the burglar and came very near encounHe fired two shots tering him. which brought a posse of citizens heavily armed and they went in search of the intruder. Mr. Martin Gentry and George Goodloe led the posse with Policemen Potts and Powers and soon had the burglar at bay. He showed no fight and was easily captured. He declared he had a confederate by the name of Jackson, but this man is supposed to have been on the outside and made his escape. Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. and then is rare, and so it is important that the head of the house should know what to do in the little emergencies that arise. A child with a serious ailment needs a doctor, it is true, but in the majority of instances, as any doctor knows, the child suffers from some intestinal trouble, usually constipation. There is no sense in giving it a pill or a remedy containing an opiate, nor is flushing of the bowels to be always recommended. Rather give it a small dose of a mild, gentle laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, by cleaning out the bowels and now- The family with vounsr children strengthening the little stomach that is without sickness in the house will immediately correct the raw-cle- s, ble. This is not alone our opision but that of Mrs. N. H. Mead of Freeperi; Kan., whose granddaughter 1ms ben l?k,," U. successfully and of Mrs. J. R. Whiting of Lena, Wis., who gives it to her children and takes it heraJf. It IS sold in fiffv rrat taA " bottles at every drug store, but if you want to test it in yor family before you buy it send yor address to Dr. Caldwell and he will forward a trial bottle free of charge. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, MoatkeMo, trou- Madison Young Institute For Girls and Ladies 1 1856 1911 Next session opens 5epefnber 2th, 1911. Those interested and seeking the advantages of this school, call on or address 7-- Contract Let. Tho Fiscal court has let the cpntract for tho construction of an upnto-datbridge over tho east prong of Otter creek, near Red House, to The Ore- gonla Bridge Co., of Lebanon, Ohio. Work will begin at once and when finished the citizens of that section of the county will have no cause to com plain that they haven't the best. This matter has been before the court for sometime, but thero were several minor details that had to be completed biforo court felt like letting the cohtiact. Tho structure will be seventy feet. e J. B. Cassiday RICHMOND, KY Easy Money. According to Mr. Ronald Oldham, the premier scoror of tho Bluegrass league, the following is a complete record of the bull hits and home runs that hae won money for the Bluegrass league players; The Bull Sign was hit on June 25, by (Lexington.) There Charles Ellis, have been 25 Home runs recorded, 2 lbs. or making a total of 112 Bull Durham tobacco. Paris, Ky The Bull Sign has not been hit. There have been 7 home runs recorded making a total of 31 lbs. of Bull Durham Tobacco. Richmond, Ky. The Bull Sign hit on May 29, Ed Coleman, (Winchester.) May 29,-- by Robert iSrainlege, (Richmond.) Haley, (Richmond.) May 30,-bMay 31, by Frank Whitlakej. (Rich mond.) May 31, by Frank .Wuittaker, (Rich mond.) June 23, by Texas Myers, (Frankfort.) JuTySl. by Ray Haloy, (Richmond.) Thero have beoa 25 home runs recordlbs. of Bull ed, making a total of 112 Durham Tobacco. Thero are no "Bull"' signs in Mays ville, Frankfort or Winchester. League Totals,. The "Bull" Durham Signs in the BIuo Grass League have been hit S times, making a total of $100.00 in cash distributed to the lucky players. There have been 57 homo runs recorded, making a totat of 35S 2 bs. or "Bull" Durham Tobacco, 1y 2 Lost Dog. Tom Chonault lost his fine pointer dog a few days ago in a most peculiar manner, which leaves him single hunting dog for the without coming season, his other fine pointer having died the past year. He had the dog tied in the loft and she, jumpod out of the window but tho chain wasn t long enough to pormit of her reaching tho ground and one of tho farm hands found her dead, having strangled to death. Mr. Chenault says it is tho finest butl dog ho ever owned. Long , s, Stubborn Case "1 was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at alL I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak "too highly of CarduL" - Wash those Pimples Off. Use D. D. D. that mih soottiing wash, that recognized remedy for Ec zema and all skin troubles. First drops tako away that awful burning Itch, cleanse th? skin wash away every pimple every Impurity. Nothing ik.e D. I), D. for the complexion. Got a 25c trial bottle today, worth ton times its cost to have a bottle; in the house. At any rate, drop Into pur store to talk ovor the merits of (his wonderful prescription. STOCKTON & SON About Finished. The Richmond Electric Co., has about fjinished installing its new machine),- which, was begun about three months ago. There is enough now to furnish a town six times tho sizo ..of Richmond with a day and night current and it is of the most improved typo. Electricity is becom ing such a household Irivoritc, it is claimed by expttrts that within n short timo the servant problem will be a tiling of the past. - Cardui Wbman'sTonlc if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. WHU to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Ctuttaaocca Medidac Co.. Outtioocn. Tens., for Sgtdal Iiutncttoiu, aaa M-c-ut book. Home TruUaKSt for Women.' scat tree. J 52 -- Notice to Tax Payers. Your City Tax bills for 10.11 are iiow due and in my hands for collection. On all thoso that are not paid on or be fore November 1, 1911, tho penajity prescribed by Ordinanco will beat- tached and interest at tho rate of 0 ber cent, will bo charged on all ta llls after November 1, 1911. T.'C. O'Neil, ' Attention Stock Men. TalcM Powder For25 Gents Did Well. Tho ice cream suppor at the East end Christian cliurcn netteu uio congre iration a nice sum, winch will help to swell the treasury. A largo crowu was out last Friday evening to enjoy It and ices atsd cakes were as delicious as it is possible to maue inem, a repuiawou tuaUs held by the ladiesof the congre; , gallon. 5ATTRDAY5 ONLY New Agent EVERY SATURDAY as long as they last. We of theSinger Sewing Machine U)., to suceeed Mr, Breqrer, wno nas oeen for thp past with the company h Mr. Barlow has been an three Year. agent to this territory and is a lius,tle and the company, waruu mm- Mr. "Bl'.ly" Barlow has been assigned to the Managership of the local office have a limited number. and they are going PERRY'S - DRUG - STORE Elsowhcro iu this issuo will bo found quotations on stock and feeding cattle furnished bv Mr. W. Q. Park of the " Kansas City Stock. Yards. Tho figures will bo corrected weekly and will ap pear in every issue of tho Climax, Mr. Pari; is a Madison county m an and t well knownlQ many of our people. He nitvPrllolr Offico City Hall, corner First jbd solicits correspondence with the stock Eager To Go. Kit and cattl men of this and "surrounding Irvine Streets; County Clerk Robert Terrill after counties.. 'I They're Glad. witnessing tho wonderful flights of Bby. Smart Aviator McC'urdy at the. Lexington fair, The local base ball fans are consoling was anxious to go up .with Iho. daring Augusta Girleflk?clcrk at Joo Glun thcinselves with the fact that Pjttshjirg bird man and would have dono "so had chigliahr,. haVbeen In this country just is in a fighting lead for the honor of the the opportunity presented itself strong ten months the but he 4has loarnea National league, oven though enoug.h Several people nook short tho American languago.wilh remarkable Pioneers aro having s.uch a hard time flights with him, and Secretary Shouse, rapidity. It is very difficulty for an to beat tho olhor clubs of tho Bluegiass of the fair, flow with him to Georgetown Italian U catch on to tins language league. If Richmond will only fidteh and the Pittsburg's vin Jlhe than three years, sufficiently to Many a Suffering Woman in less himself understood.'cnd, to under one-twnational pennant, the Richmond fans mako Drags herself painfully through her to clerk in ft store will be more than satisfied. dailv tasks, suffering from backacho. stand woiT enough headache, nervousness loss of appetite the Size p'f. Joe's, Lost and poof sloop, not knowing her iff are Wo wia continue our bargain counter ruin to manev anu oiauuer ir&uoies. KnUTht's Templar ritual btvlScn Foley kidney Pills cive quick, relief for a few'days longer. - New. things-wi- ll Stockton Drug store, and th depot. 1Mb from Mln and misery and ft prompt be addeaj'cvqry .day. If you havo in &ral reward for It return to James rpmrn to heajtn and' strength. Nq spected iur bargain, counters, it wll overlook Foley Kidnev Pills. For vde IMS you irvcomo agajn. Rter Arnold, by Stock ten & Son. That pod ice cream at Riccl's j o , I. B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Ccbb An Easy Mark. You;cannot miss it! There are more dollars in,real estate y than ever before for the investor. Our properties are. all choice, restricued Und right in the direct line of improvement. Approved lots for business or residences. Select list of stores and houses to rent or iease. Telephone, write or call to-da- Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Lon Distance Telephone 63 SSJ Richmond, Ky ESS ! it' 33? A stunning Ireek of whiy. linen ami al lover eBbroi4era-Tb- e waist has the body-a- n e sleeve-in-on- e effect wilh a yokg gulmpe of net. The skirt lia two pleated flounces joined to nyeke. All the new designs von will find in the McCall Pattern Department ma A little costume pi unusua daintiness, fashioned of allover embroidery flouncing. The wiistisof the pleasant stylo-.- , with the upper parr of tucked batisto trimmed witli embroid ery. The skirt is the latest tunic, having the panel at the back. Our pattern department offers an attractive selection of the latest fashions. An AddrHood If you are. going to have a.prty have In that Mrs. Jtfary. Dane, of Cumberland Rioct make your brick cre " ' W Gap. Tenn.'; will be one ofjlbe new delicious manner, teaehers at Sastcrn during the eemiug year. Mrs, Deane Is a native IlKentuck- - Dan Btecbi. tfre, rghtnlng, cyclone if ian, havlr.fr lived for years fn JeseamineH and live stock insurance. County. She to ap A. B. Graduate of Fire, 'Life, Accident and Health insur Episcopal Seminary; gradual student. ance, The very beat old line Oompanle Kentucky University NormaJ; student AYm. S. Broaddus, Agt. f, Training: School for Teachers, student at Chicago tfniversHy, and teacher University of Virgfhin. Sjie is (l teacher and she resigns a position at Lincoln Memorial ordUniversity to accept work at the Are the largest alUaround Normal. Dr. Tlubble, the President of er buyers pi cattle, hogs, sheep, the University, says, that Mr?. Deane Is Iambs, and calves at the Cina superior woman and an' excellent Union Stock Yards. teacher. Mrs. Deane will be n valuable cinnati addition to the Faculty of tfie Normal Consign your stock to them bchool as also she will bo to the munity. she is a, nre., ;. rtn?!pnd "ceive the highest market Kgraduatewprk at University of Michigan, prices.. Val-wras- o, r Confidence Quality Merchandise, and we town when it comes tell you in all contidence Buy Quality No Matter What ou Pay. There is always a reason why a bargain is a "bargain." jl - l .r i we nave goi ii uigguii ine l ui i ,iik.ii to selling diiu i j ir..ii uir any ueaitT run i . m w W C; Sale & Co A V "f!lrrW r4nn't matr ho man " W RCH 09 t v Garments make you feel like a man. When you get i6 be worth a couple of million dollars and buv anew airship everv now and then, vou can; (hen wear Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as the-forgive rich folks everything, but if you are just an ordinarv man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will -- 5eemett to Give Him a ?5. New-Stomac- h. W. S. Norris. Big Reduction in Slippers HcCtO Ptttem $3.50 now 2.50 now 1.50 now, . S2.8a 1.0,3 8 N. cmrrox CUJTRtS WahL Price, 10 cesti 4150 No. 4137 Skirt Price, IS centi AN ATTRACTIVE COSTUME . McCall Ptttenu No. 4157 miit.. - No. 415S Price, 15 each A SMART FROCK to do any good," .writes M. Young-pelerEditor of The Lake View, Ohio "The first few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and LiverTabelets gavo me a suriirising roliof and the second bottle seemed to give me a new stomach and perfectly good health." For sale by' Stockton & Sod. H.- s. "I suffered Intensely after eating and no mcdicino or treatment I tried seemed Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow every time a young couple start out life with a home of their own. Tho home is the bost inter mediary known for those little differences that we are apt to arise in the course of even the best regulated families, because of the mutnal intei-es- t it holds for both. Again the home comes in as "the backbone of the Nation" Roosevelt a Guess Theredore know what ho was talking about 1 sh? It certainly behooves every family to give this question con sid oration, and there will nevar be a better time than right now to begin. Lumber is plentiful, and the price, is keeping with tho quajity at least it's the way in our yard and we don't believe it will ever be any cheaper. We've got some good ideas about modest homes that we'll give you free If t v h get you mote tnan any investment you can make i $20 cts r Siirl Music at Normal, Prof. John G. Koch, of Cincinnati, is to take chargo of the Department of Music at the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School. Prof, Koch has had thorough training at the Metropolitan College of Music, of Cincinnati, at the new school of Jlethods in Public bcnooi Jiusic, at Chicago, and under the best private teachers of the country. tie nas been supervisor of music for several years at Franklin, Milford, and Uovoland, Ohio, and ho has also dono ostensive chorus and choir work. ITc is now at Cornell doing special work in tTnnt j Aft PIO.UU ere s a . ere or suit, we want to see 8 otisiom-uito- r you. If yon are one of those particular fellows who appreciate its ad van tapes, its ability to serve you more satisfactory if ctevor sjt y I e style means more te yon bat just : something to wear Then ."Griffon CTothos" will strike hand-tailorin- g, IF yen've bad your mind et en byying there is a better one yu an t J If you bona C : : te get the impression that because these clothes are so won-- t derfully smart and contain suoh excellent value that they are extremely Be careful Hot We are offering Big Bargains in all short lengths .. . T Never talk about your troubles or your woes. Keep a. steady upper lip, Don't forget this splendid tip Buy from us and wear, the verv best of Clothes. Alwayj) sine a merrv sonc. want to get along t " - - and remnants : : :3:' high prieed. priced. 11 Til II Music w mot. just how we give so much value for the money. They're very reasonably In fact maay people "wonder - Griffon Clothes arc all Wool. Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade El I i 13 E !R. nine oi year to leeu your " iowis a good tonic. cures Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim wncn fed as a preventative oernecK. i not oniy Keeps them healthy, but manes mem lay. I'nco SCte No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stockton & Son. xry u unaer ttio guarantee. Ask for booklet on disease of poultry. . R4-U-40-5- m XT.r- - . 1. ie i: e tnawes t Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel, Mats in telts and straws, Kneelaud shoes in snapp c klnpp . n 'I f IImmI. are offered the summer man by I 1 1- r-- i r-- r.rv-ft'v- .f - I,.-- W. D. Oldham & Co. 9 Free Show. you'll co mo- - in when ready to The Royal Old Book. "While tearing away part of the buijding on Main street occupied by Taylor & Oldham, last week, the work- "men discovered a portion of an old day book which was dated 1822, but the name of the propiotor of tho store was missing. It is im'posible to tell- just who was in business at that timo, as no citizen living at present is old enough to recall the name of the owner. Tho ouuamgwas ercctea in 1B2U. On the oook it was snown that high prices prevailed for commodities. Sugar re tailed at 20 cts a pound, nails 25 cts pound, salt 91,75 por bushel, cotton 75 per yard, Whiskey was tho only cheap thing In thoso days, as the book showed it sold for 75 cts per gallon. The rafters In this building are, of oak and have been in their place for the past eighty nine years. They arc in excel lent condition. r aiorc people, men anu women, aro sullonng Irom kidney and bladder treble than ever before and each year) moro oi uiom turn lor nuick relief and permanent bonolit to Foley's Kidney nemeay, wnicn nas proven Jtseu to be one of the most effective for kidney and bladder ailments that medical science has devised. For salo hv Rlnnlrfnn - Tho Citizens Motor Car Co., of this build. city will give a free show on next Tuesday afternoon at the opera house, No wnen two large moving picture reels will be used, showing the enormus manufacturing plant' of the E. M. P. and I' landers Autos. Dont miss this treat. The pictures "show every movemem or the material used in Todd-Edwar- ds making theso popular autos, from tho rough steel to the finished product. Remember this is a matinee attraction, Richmond's Greatest Store Tlieres Place IIOME" Like Lumber Co. on't Overlook The Two Best ' Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remem- ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what 3ou have I HAVE FOR SALE THE 0 Hoosier vulcan Best Braces .for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of Kepairs tor all kinds of Machinery. M. DTVI-IlWrrirVm WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY ! ffi and Vumiohintro . . . la iff ' ' If Hi, ISajISp' Threlkeid Select School Cut Shoe Sf raw Hf q Tho I PRirF ic ,f B lore On rine (jnnds tn mab rnnm 1 Low 1 I . f iAlfl 1 5m I ' 0 it A College Preparatory School Boys receiving a certificate of proficiency are certified to any College in Kentucky, also Colleges in the East. Tho Tecord shows that not a pupil, who has received a certificate from this Bchool, has ever failed in college. References: Any patron of tho school, and faculties of the various colleges of tho State. Fourteen bovs are admitted into the homo of the Principal, whero they get personal attention, not only as to studies, but as to manners and development of character. For particulars apply to U VU 1 ' I 11 ... ' . 1 L( H : 1 . V ff T. B. THREtKELD, A. M., Principal Sept. 5, 1011 l ilill JNext bession Open NICIIOLASVILLE, KY FOR SALE BY toon. I J. i 1 S. STANIFER Corner Main and Second :- -: Richmond Kentucky jfgpil 'pjf ; Get In ( I y&lmii ' 1- Farmer Make your borne as modem for your family as a city ret dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when For 5ale. yon and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the benoffice or write direct to headquarters efits received. Call or address our nearest Some extra fine seed wheat at $1.00 Loss of Time means Loss Nashville. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line per bushel. IL P. McCord &Son, rale If at present yon are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately of Pay. nterestyon, Onr lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, Miasiseipn Red Douse, Ky. Kidney trouble and the ills lfirecds Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. mean lost time and lost pay to many a Babv" won't suffer fiivo minutes with working man. M. Balent. 1214 Little streator. III., was so bad EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE- - CO., Incorporated croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclec 1'enna, bt,, and tic Oil at once. It acts like magic. from kidney bladder trouble thaUhe . j! couiunot worK, out tie says: "1 tookl Foleys Kidney Pills for only a short j Mr- 3--tf 1 Rural Telephones Buv it now Now is tho time to buy a bottle of Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. This remedy has co superior. For sale by Stockton & Son. The housewives of Madison county. and the Touncror women too. will hnvn a chance to enter the contest, which every gem in cur fine collec- Sewell & AIcKlnney will inaugurato this tlOtl'of jewels is, and their rich week, for the best cake baker of Madi- - Color ana Orilliancy and uni son county. This firm is advertising que and exquisite ' Petting a " V;r.: : . maire cnem nt ffiits lor a . u""CUi . aiiug i Ultllt, anu Will R1VO IWO Olg TIT have everything cash premiums for the best two cakes Queen- made from this well known flour. To that is new and novel jn'pins, enter uncontest each contestant must riners, ear screws and drODS c r. n.ll t ouncn a, juu.rviiuiey t s grocery on I win the corner of Second nnn Irvino ttnnt.. at prices that are remartable eir low figure and get full particulars. Also read for their ad In .this issue concerning it, Every woman who can bako a cake, should enter, as St costs nothing, The flour will l)o given froo to all who" will enter. A Rare Beauty Do uglas, Simmons & Deatlierage Second Street Telephone 20 "6 The Wonder of the Age How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new c..n ir-.T- r: F. J. YEAGER Looking Through. Our list if paints you will be amAzed at the many vantles for special uses. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and.25 cent goods. Fur S 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? Glassware, Weodenware. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Buy Mur household goods here and SAVE MONEY ORANGES 15 I timo and got entirely well and was soon able to go back to work, and am fooling well and healthier than before, Foley Kidney Pius aro tonic in action. Quick in results a good friend to the workinir cents per Tjhere Aib Paints For Every tfurpose From, the usful water paints for cellar walls, bares, etc., to tho finest of varnishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Toll us what you want to do and we n supp y tho paint product with winch to dL.it 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Building New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stoulfer has reopened a iirst class shop. Suits made Oyer to order made at'home by experiened Tailors. J .000 samples to select from. Cleaning, and Pressing by ins. roiey ivjuney nils wni cueck the progress of your kidney and bladder trouble and heal br removinsr the eauso Try them. For sale by Stockton & bon. eguiaies the bowels, promotes easv uiiiunii movcmenis, cures constipation s iieguiets. ask your druggist ior luem. soc. a oox. "Doan's Onimeht cured me of eczema that had annoyed 'me a long time. The cure was permanent Hon. iJv W; ilatthws, Commissioner Tiabol Statis tics, Augusta, Me. Dozen D. B. Telephone 35' ' ' B.jjuett & Son Waf Paper and Paints Phone 449 203 East Main Richmond, ky The Climax : $1 a Year McKinney E. Main Successor to Tate & Son Tailors. George'Marischen, Cutter ' r"- - Street Warehouse Only. .The, American Tobacco Company will buy no more tobaceoin the field or in tjie country warehouse. The tobacco Cuts and bruises may bo healed in d about the time required by the usual t featment by applying Cham berllan'slimiment. ft is an antiseptic cau&es sujjh injuries to qeal without maturation This liniment also relieves soreness of ithe mucles and rheumatic pains, Fo sale by Stockton & Son. one-Jjhir- Sewell & McKinney's IG PREMIUM J'VTo Also large line of ready made Clothing; vHats, and Furnishing Goods, at rcc " - must be brought to bowses. price. most'ofltwlll baspld In tho f This information was given loose-lea- tlo market, and rep- outlast week hero br a prominent resentative of thejoowpaay. TIJ jmwism USED IN THE U. OFFIR -- Rich-mohd, Real Estate. AH persons desiring either to sell or psrehase Itnd or other property or to take reatils of same will find it to their ! Interest to (place the same with me as I am a measlier of the e ra tive Realti Co., of Waefctngtoe, with agents thriiughout the United States, l Co-ap- epeatmg Shotguns , ARMY. the ladies of Hadosoa cotity. Call at our Store, corner Seconal. ad Irvin streets, JKy., an4 jet full particulars how to. win B. ST0UFFER TOO MUCfl LOVE fan. froKc and rich food MmkmIi, livtr. kid- y and aervstw trowb'ks. Other Hnwdtcs help yHi but DSNN'S IURE, SAFE AND SPKEIJY cure years a ot.J Our discoverer, mirb!e uffrer Hik the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for was cured in on wek. To prove our jremedjr, wtiUe taey Us regular sixe bottles only SSc Tee mack Iev i cm 222 WestvMain Street tn 'yrs, ST0CJTP0N s SON, Druggist n ay 31 3ac t.,... The U. S. Army authofklM know a gun; that ia wby.Viiiiu they dcti4,tQ cxuip nbc troupe witli Ttyirtiwg ahstguns, thy selected tbWm-chM- r in petfrntw Vo H otW mAk. Tk expcts of tlu U.S. Ordnance B4Mu4Mt t)tir a ifn; tkM's why, after ubMttina: aiach-trRiIfacStxXtfunte all aorta aft ta. they proooonced Miaftyw, ttrMfuadiiimpU. If yeu went a akecun buy tae one wbeee streactfa aad relUbUUy lad the U. a. Anny aQtboritiee te adect It and the U. B. Ofdaaaee Boatd to aodene it tkat'f the Winebeeter. M Mexieelan( Cuba. . Also my servieee as auctioneer bay Be sew6djty' calling on we Uny midwe, No. 206 Third St., S, . Scott. RiolnnendJ Ky, u m-i-t valuable premiums at thMadio County Fair, which we will offer to th fest cake Wkers. All contestants must use Zara 's Pittat Fknir. Come in Doc't wait! .to-da- y! vwm eea H for BufdeckH fMd BittaM -- Impure Boed ruwyon kwa nafeas. diseMee; y yu up, Weed the ercMAtc riffaw eauee .fttufais RELIABLE REPEATERS Boraiwt loaHWaee Afascy. wait. 8appoa tonigjkt, burn Doa't year property tbould Sattw. Pbow 707. t f Sewell k McKinne