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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 19, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912061901_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 19, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. D rjlj 38lh YEAR RICHMOND CLI MAX. , 11 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912 BIG HIT teachers. To date 175 high schools have been established in the State and the awakening given the educational movement by the campagin led by Judge Sullivan has served to re duce the whits illiteracy in the State to a remarkablo degree. In llowan and a lot of other mountain counties grown men and women have been attending inoonlinht schools. Men fifty ears of age who had never beiore known the alphabet have been taught to read, write and figure. All this has been accomplished without one cent Increase in taxation, but by progres sive and judicious expenditure 01 tlie regular educational fund, which has been available for years past. Judge Sullivan is responsible for the law which went into ellect this veeK requiring all Slate banks to be inspected. When a member of the legislature In 1907, he introduced n bill rcauir to do something". Judge Sullivan Intimated ia his speech that Congress man ueim could not bo improved t: experience, but would continue his blank career. The speaker said that ine Keenest tnrust that Champ uiam uad ever experienced In all his pout ical life was when Hon. Harvey Helm, Congressman from Clarkarvey live district, refused to go In's caucus which madeto the Speaker of tbe House. Thl Clark very strong impression upon s had a ets, as Shelby is a strong Clarthe vot- and many bearers were unk county congressman Helm's recoaware ot position to Speaker Clark, rd in op- ms audress Judge buiiivam closing that he would not return n declared Washington, if elected, home from plumage of other raenwearing the come with his own actual, but would Fg m m NUMBER 52 Sparks' Celebrated MR. SULLIVAN MAKES STX8NG SlELBYVtLLE IN TIE SPEECH AT INTEREST W IIS CANWBACY. LI1VIE Best for Whitewashing, Etc. Sold Only by Corner Main and B TBE, STEARNS & FOSTER It ia very gratliying to his local friends to note the splendid progress Hon. J. A. Sullivan is making in his fight for Congress against the present incumbent Mr. Helm. From every side of the district comes thj most gratifying tidings, and indications certainly point to our distinguished citizen's triumphant nomination. At Shelby vllle Monday a joint debate was held between the candidates, and we take pleasure in reproducing from the press dispatches the text of xvlr. Sullivan's remarks, which Are as follows: "Judge J ere Sullivan, of Madison county, made a very strong speech, at the bond usion of which hundreds of thestalwart Democrats of Shelby county came to the platform and pledged themselves to him. He began by giving a brief outline of his past career, indicating that he had always been held In the highest esteem by the leading business people of his community and the leading Decmocrats. He then took up his record in the legislature. Ho stated that half of the total State taxes collected by the county goes to the public school fund. On account of the struggles he had in securing an education, Judge Sullivan set out to improve the system in Kentucky, without Increasing taxation. In other words, leading educators throughout the State, in common with Judge bullivan, realized that full returns were not being secur ed on the heavy expenditure that had been made in lienlucKy tor years past, while illiteracy was increasing and the matter of sect ring competent teachers in many sections was becoming almost an impossibility. With other leaders, backed by the best educators of Kentucky, Judge Sullivan succeeded in reorganizing the whole educational system, improving very materially the nublic schools, establishing the high schools and two normal school to lit sher-ilTinea- ch MATTRESS fMME Of EVERY. 6EJVUNE MATTPESS) LAYERS , 0FC0TT0H L. R. Blaiiton Streets . "Who ing Stat bank examiners, but the oig State banks at Owensboro sent a looby to JYrankiort and aefeattd the measure. In less than six months the same banks at Owensboro went to Program Mountain Press Association. Belot is published program of Moun tain PressiAssociation, which will hold their sdtamar. meeting at Torrent June 21-2- 2: STAMHK NEARLY COMPRESSED TO ONE V V fMmM : W?M SIXTH! .Qu - f W v Telephone 85 a m v y A Widow in the Next County lias achieved tlie reputation of running her farm "as pood as any man" comes out strongly in favor of American Fence She says that before she put up American Fence there was always trouble at some position of her 1 2:30 p. m. Business session Wclcom,e Col. Speucer Cooper, Hazel Orecn Hera'd. Lexington Response S. J. Roberts, THF TirKiUC PRODUCING A MATTRESS QF UIHISUALSPRIN6INE85 E.HCASED IN IMM&Sid M Mi'm ". v., . "' r ... It! I a n-- d a place UON. JEKRY A SILLIVAK. where stock had brokon through or' the blown down a section. . The fence would rust from rain or snap from frost. Since adopting wind had I Want Your Child American Fence she has had none of these troubles. But Only to Photograph When at ease, nothing can be more artistic and graceful than a child I havo ma.de a special study of photographing children; I know how to catch them when they are in easy, natural positions; when they are most graceful My studio is a studio for children. It is arranged for child- This is only an other example of the faat that it pays to buy the best i especially lie best is ne it. Uif lung ran. hiflier priced that the poorer kinds and is so much cheaper American Fence In styles and weights for all purposes, is sold by D.-B. ren children like to come. Bring me your child and see what I can do with him or her, as a model The McGaugliej Telephone 52 Studio ia the Gay Building, brtneen Joe's sad tbe Postolfice SHACKELFORD & CO. Maid in attendance the wall and depositors lost n million dollars. With that opposition out of the way it was an easy matter to get the bill through. Judaic Sullivan is president of the State Bank & Trust Company, the' largest financial institution in Madison county, and fully realizod the need of inspection like that which is given the national banks. Judge Sullivan declared that he worked day in and day out for the success of the Democratic ticket last fall and contributed four times as much to the campaign fund as Con gressman Helm and that Helm's con tribution was less than that of any in Kentucky. other Congressman Never did Gov. James B. McCreary and the late G. G. Gilbert contribute such a paltry sum, although they were paid a salary ot fcu.ooo per year less than Congressman Helm. Judge Sullivan declared that he had an am bition to go to Congress and return home and tell his constituents something which he had done, instead, like Congressman Helm, telling them what his colleagues had done. He be lieved that a Congressman should ner- sonally do something to merit the support of the people. Judge Sulli van tooK up congressman Helm's record as a member or the Kentucky- legislature and declared the same was a blank absolutely. Ills record both in congress and the legislature are blanks. Congressman- - Helm-sai- d he wanted to get more experience in wasmngton so mat ue would ue able Yes, an itching, burning, raw, irritat ed skin relieved the moment Zemo touches it. Zemo is a clean, soothing. healing wash, composed of Thymol, Glycerine, Witch Ilazel, Boracio Acid and other medicinal healing properties. Zemo relieves and cures every form of skin and scalp eruption, and if you are not entirely satisfied with results from bottle, druggists the very first will refund your money. Large size bottle SI. Endorsed and sold in Richcrat. "Circulation" M.F. Couley, Big Sandy mond by Perry's Drug Store. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., News. St. Louis, Mo., and their guarantee is 2:30 p. m Business Session. "The Duty or the Press" O. H. Pol- good as gold. lard, Jackson, Ky. "The Kentucky Press Association" E. E. Shinmok, Shelbyville Record. "The Mechanical Department" H. C. Cottle, "West Liberty Courier. "The Power of tho Press" Hon. W. J. Fields, Olive Hill, Ky. "Como Join IV Smith Elam, Salyers-vill- o 'exerwkk plcaty of oat-doMountaineer. cise, pore food ud air, wiM Admission of Members. arrest CMraaptive teadeBcks, Election of Ofllcers. aHay krkaties ia tkreat aad Banquet. k&gi, asd WUd Hp tke wkele Dance. 25-ceor Leader. "News and How to Discriminate)." J. Shotman Porter, Lexington Herald. "The Woman's Sphere in Newspaper Work." Miss Goldio Perry, Winchester, Ivy. "Why a Member of the Association." Ben Stjwely, Catnpton Courier. Reports of Committee.. Constitution and Admission of Members. C p. m. Social Session. 7 p. Dancer1 , sa Crdat, jdne 22, 1912. "Tho'Prc resstof Journalism in the Mountains' A. II. Patton, Breathitt County News. "Advertising Problems" H. C. Chap-pel-l, Middlesboro. "Pulling Together 4for Profit" round table Steve Vaught, Winchester Democrat; Sam Hurst, Beattyville Enterprise; A. D. Miller, Richmond Climax R. C. Parsons, Sandy Hook Echo, James B.Uloge, Hazard Herald; J. II. Edds Harlan Enterprise; Squire Turner, Mt. Sterling Demos. HON. FRANK J. CANNON. Ex Senator Frank Cannon, subject: "The Modern Mormon Kingdom," Richmond Chautauqua, Friday afternoon, June 23. ITCHING, FIERY, RAW ECZEMA Relieved in a Few Minutes. You will say I never knew 9 'a Mattress "could be so Comfortable." That's ju& what satisfied users of Steams & Fofter Mattresses are saying. You owe it to yourself to have a Stearns & Fosler in your home and enjoy reft that is Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good nights rest on a Steams & Foster Mattress co&s too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Steams & FoAer Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, lorming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton standing nearly three feet high. These layen are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet finn. half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. H Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foster Mattress. We'll gladly do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Steams & Foster name, a A most Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty . AM Druggut. Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the 43-poultry man. tj Scott & Bowne. Blootnfield. N J Mte." ,a 12-- 14 W.S.O. R.O. L. n, Tlie Are You Ready for Spring Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $ J 0,00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. HUSTLIIMG Cash Store Everyone Men's and Boys' Suits Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits values never before offered so low. before you purchase We have what you want- and - at You know we specialize $10,00 and $15.00 Suits for men. . Boys' Suits at all prices. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In all styles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords T ETiltbrand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. TMrr All Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Them HAMILTON BROTHERS o s " 'J t .' 'i ' (I ' 'I i ' ,.1 ' - . - THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE mum SHOE BARGAINS. Our Shoe Department is ono of the largest and best in Central Ken tucky. We handle only the very best brands of all kinds of shoes, Wen. Kneeland's fine shoes for men and young men and Queen Quality fine shoes and oxfords for ladies and misses, Clapp and Tapley celebrated line for children. Our Shoo Department is chuck full of the newest styles made by the above mentioned factories. And we have cut prices for this sale on every shoe in the entire slock so low that you will be able to buy the very best shoes at prices you pay ordinarily for the inferior brands. Don't miss this opportunity. Sale Begins Saturday Morning, June 22, at 8 0'clockCloses Saturday Night, July 6, at 10:30 Again is our great purchasing power recognized by the manufacturers of the United States. Aain have they called upon us to help them unload the great surplus stock of every conceivable kind of merchandise that this backward season has forced upon them. The most unseasonable spring weather for thirty years, it was imperative that they dispose of the merchandise at once or suffer financial loss. We responded nobly to the call. Therefore we are enabled to offer a most stupendous display of merchandise at half and in lots of cases, at less than half the original value. Thousands of dollars lost by the manufacturers on our purchase for this big sale. Thousands of dollars to be gained by the people of Madison and adjoining counties who attend this sale. It is an ill wind that blows no one good. There is much good in this sale for you. Here is where everybody can save a tidy sum of money. Remnants and short lengths of the very best and finest materials. Piece goods of the very best and highest grades. No old shopworn stuff all new goods right from the mills. This our biggest sale, will be a sensational sale long to be remembered. Don't miss it. Come early, if possible come early in the day Bargains in Ladies' Ready-t- o wear Garments Loom End Bargains 150 pairs men's Kiki Pants in all sizes up to 44 waist measure, bought especially for this sale; the regular $1.50 kind RQr 07C Loom End Sale price, per pair each. One lot of Odd Vests in sizes up to 3S. These vests are worth up to $2.50 To close them out Loom End Sale price for choice 25c We bought especially for this sale COO yards of white Madras Cloth in a variety of patterns, used for making ladies' waists and dresses, men's shirts, etc. Regular price up to 50c per yard. These will be in lengths from 21 to 0 yards fA TrC Loom End Sale price . 200 dozen ladies' bleachel Vest, taped ncckand shoulders: regular two for 25o seller Loom End Sale price for all sizes 6c HOSIERY, this Every item in the Hosiery department has bees our biggest Loom End Sale get our prices. redao4 tat price for r light grounds with small dots, stripes and figures, folded double width on bolt; our regular 127so O1 y C O quality. Loom End Sale price, per yard 500 yards Galetea Cloth, in solid colors and fancy dress styles; One lot 36 inch Percales in You will also find in our Shoe Department Four Large Tables filled with shoes. These shoes are right out of stock and all made by the above named well known manufacturers, but they are broken sizes and are put out to clean up stock at less than half the original price. Take time and pick out your sizes, wait on your self, each shoe will be marked in plain figures. You can't make money any faster. lar retail price 20c per yard. During this sale will be sold right off the bolt at por yard our regu1 One lot of Ladies' Black Hose, full regular made bought mfmktttj for this sale, our regular 10c seller. C Loom End Sale Price, per pair. , . . r 10 '' Of Tremendous Corset Bargains One lot of lien's Hose, full regular made, in all oefecs, MMk, tan, navy, gray, our regular 10c seller. Loom End Sate Ladies' 25c black and tan, Gauze Lisle Uoso..., . Ladies' 35c black and tan. Gauze Lisle Hose . Ladies' 50c Silk Hose, all colors Ladies' 75c Silk Hose, all colors Ladies' 81.00 and 81.25 Silk Hose, all colors 4 Men's 50c Silk (1-- Hose, alt colors wle. C 15c S3c 3ffe SSe 2c HATS BARGAINS. Again we owe with a sale of Moo's Clothing that will startle the community Our Suite are ait BiaAe from high grade worsted and all wool materials. The shades ami pftttens are strictly up to the minute in style. They are trimmed in the bet possible sssmt. They possess overy good feature that man desires and stall insist Bpe kaviag when he buys a new suit. We want you to examine them carefaNy aitd eeevteee yearaetf ot their superiority and then listen to the low prices we are mmigg on tkam for this sale Clothing " " S 7.50 SCBIOSS BBOS. 1 CO rise Cklkcs Miltn .Bilitetrt Hi New Ttrt J One lot Poplin Remnants in lengths from 2 2 to 0 yords in all colors. We have the same same in stock and the prico is- - 25c per 1 1y C yard. 'Our Loom End prico on this lot per yard Our Suit parlor is chuck full of nice new garments, although we have done an immense business in this department this season. Our buyers have bought for this sale some especially good things in Ladies' Ready-to-weApparel. We have cut prices half and in somo cases more than half in two on every garment in stock for this sale. If you have waited to get your Spring Suit como and get ar it now We purched for this sale one lot of ladies' all Linen Coats in sizes from 34 to 40 anp worth up to $5 Our sale price . One lot fine Popila Coats, beautifully trimmed and up to date in style, just the coat we are having the demand for now; worth in a regular way up CjO ZCQ to $7.50. Sale price .. $L98 Men's and Young Men's " " " Suits n tt tt 8.50 Suits 10.00 Suits 12.50 Suits 15.00 Suits 10.50 Suits 17.50 Suits 18.50 Suits 20.00 Suits 22.50 Suits 25.00 Suits Sale price $ 4.98 Sale price 5.75 Sale price 7.48 Sale price 8.45 Sale price 10.95 Sale price 11.50 Sale price 11.95 Sale price 12.48 Sale price 13.95 Sale price 15.00 Sale price 16.48 4J.D7 Loom End Bargains 500 yards reversible Scrim for cutains, Some great bargains to be had in our Hat Department. Many of the very best styles have been put on tables to close out Small lots at less than half price. Don't fail to see them. In addition to the great reduction wo have made on every corset in our immense stock, Ribbon Bargains, One lot of all silk ribbons in satin and taffetas,, all colors and all widths up to 100 lign. Regular priceup to 25c per yard. 1 Our Loom End Sale price for any wjtfi or color, per yard 400 yards 25c Every item in the Clothing department has been cut in price for this sale. All our fine line of fine separate Pants and Coats have been reduced in price, and many a hard earned dollar can be saved by giving this department a thorough look over One table in the Clothing department is filled with some splendid Odd Pants, sizes being broken. We have marked them all at less than half price ' fr ZZ 30 per yard, value. iM'pepperell sheoting. regular 1 "7 1 Our salv price. r cream ground with beautitul borders in all colors; our regular 25c per yard sellers. During this big sale the price will be right off the bolt 1 per yard One lot, about 250 in all, Buggy Dusters in satin mummy cloths and linen all beautiful designs and colors and worth up $2 each. Our sale price for choice while they last One lot of genuine unbleached Linen Crash, in lengths from 2 to 0 yards, worth up to 12o a yard Our sale price per yard 10 The American Lady Corset Company wrote us to throw out of stock all of their corsets that were not right up to the minute, put them in a pile, put a price on them that will clean them up and charge them up with the loss. We have done this and we will.stack out for this great Loom End Sale 300 Americrn Lady Corsets $1 69c in all sizes, ranging In price from ing this sale at up to $3, and they will be sold dur- 5c 500 yards Bleached 0?4 pepperell sheoting, worth in a per yard. Our Loom End Sale price per yard regular way as long as it lasts. . T Ol C One lot of 2 bushel Grain Bags, about 250 in all, extra good quality, regular 25c sellers fQ Don't 49c for Choice wait-co- me and get you a corset for almost nothing while you can Our sale price SOLE AGENTS FO THE AMERICAN LADY Look for the Red Tickets They Mean Bargains House wives and June brides who want to make euery dollar count more than 100 cents will realize their wish at Oldham's GfeatJJLoom End Bargain Sole l w Look For ( Tickets 5f-c- Carpets, rugs, lace curtains, linoleums, oil oloths, oil shades, curtain poles, etc.; have all been cut in price for this big sale. One lot Room Size, 9x12 Seamless Brussei Rugs, regular $15 values. Sale price $9.45 One lot Velvet Room Size 9x12 Rugs, regular price $17.50. Our Loom End Sale price $10.25 Choice of our entire line of Room size, 9x1; Rugs, about C50 in the lot, during the sale $14.75 Room size 9x12 CrexRugs, sale price $G.49 Room size 9x12 Matting Rugs, sale price $2.95 One lot Ladies' "White Hand-Bag- s in plaid and braided with long white cords. Regular 35c values. Loom Ea-- Sale price lOc AH our 25c Talcum Powder, including Menen's, Babcoek'a Coryslopsis, Colgate's.etc, during salev-- c One lot about 750 yards of 1600 Battise cloth in lengths from 3 to ,10 yards, beautiful patterns, regular 10 to I2i values. Sale price, per yard 5c Ax-minister D Oldham. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Every bargain dollar buys more than 100 cents vakttatOtf&am'sl ' fife Loom End Safe i- t- ' 1 - Pages 33th YEAR .T 9 Section' ' . vi I 1 If-- ' H FC aBBBar II aaaB . F IWI 1 m U ' II X.I II BBBBB I .1 BBBBB I BBBBk a l m BBBBB. A- - X w ft Pages B, Section NUMBER 1 52 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNEI19, 1912 'COCA-COL- A TUNIS QUICKER THAN RENO Blue Grass Seed Pool. A number of the largest owners of grass lands in Fayette and Woodford counties have organized a pool of the crop of bluegrass seed grown upon their farms this spring and will establish a plant to prepare the product for sale direct to the retail purAs the great stock farms are chaser. the largest producers of bluegrass, the members ot the pool include: James B. Haggin, Elmendorf farm; David M. Look, Castleton farm; L. V. Harkness, Walnut Hall; W. E. Slmms, Woodbum; John E. Madden, Hamburg Place; Henry L. Martin, Samuel L. Halley, G. Clay and Joseph Hall. It is estimated that between 125,000 and 150,000 bushels of seed have been pooled, and any grower who wishes may join the pool. It is expected that a much larger quantity will be included before the pool Is closed. The pool wrs organized because the dealers, it is said, had formed a trust to hold down the price paid for the seed and offer a much lower price than that paid last year. The promoters ot the pool will bring a better price to the grower of seed and will also afford the purchaser au opportunity to get absolutely pure s'eed, the latter being a great advantage in view of the fact that there is much complaint of bluegrass In order to seed being adulterated. handle the pool and clean the seed the poolers also have organized the Kentucky Bluegrass Seed Company, of which C. H. Berryman, manager of Elmendorf, is manager. seed-cleani- HEADQUARTERS FOR Danville Advocate Scores Congressman Helm. Harvesting Machinery Repairs, Sections, Guards and Bolts for all makes Paper Prepared and Read by ' Mrs. C H. Vaught at an ' Open Session of the Parent--' Teachers Association. The Climax has heard many comments on the excellent paper read by Mrs. Vanght at an open session of tho Parent-TeaohoAssociation held at Lake Reba a short time ago. The subject is of so much inlorcst and the question handled in so masterly a manner that wo thought our readers would enjoy it. Mrs. Vaught objected seriously to its being published, but our arguments finally prevailed and she reluctantly gave her consent: Editor. . rs Divorce Is .Granted In Less Than an Hour and Costs $1.20 In African City. Tho next time you happen to be In Tunis, don't fall to jay a visit to the divorce court It is tho most institution this side ot Samarkand. A great hall of Justice, vaulted and floored with marble and strewn with eastern carpets, forms the setting, while husbands in turbans and lawyers and green robed, gray bearded Judges complete a scene which might havo been taken straight from the Ara-bi-ar Nights. Tib women, closely veiled and hooded, are herded like so many cattle Within an iron irrlll tnlrn tin nnrt In tho which so Intimately af-rccr, tnetr futures, their Interests being left In tho hands of a voluble and avocat In each of the four sides of the great hall is an alcove, and In each alcove, seated cross legged on a many cushioned divan, is a green robed, gold turbaned cadi. To him the husband stated his case, the wife, through her avocat, putting in her defense if she has any. The Judge considers the facts la silence, gravely stroking his long gray beard the while, and then delivers his duclslon In nine cases out of ten, so I wbb told, in favor of the husband. Should either person be dissatisfied with the finding he or she can take an appeal by tho simple process of walking cross the hall laying their case before one of tho other Judges, whose decision is flnaL A case, even If appealed, is generally disposed of well under an hour and at a total cost of 11.20, which proves conclusively that tho record for quick and easy divorces is not held by Reno. Metropolitan Magazine. Haroun-al-Raschldlc BflafBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW .SEBBeBBIBBSBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBafc- - BBBBBBBBBBBWl9aSiMtaBBaBBBBESBBBBBBBBBBBBBK Madam Pjibsidbnt: I wish to say in the beginning, that while not opposed to women speaking or reading in public, I seriously doubt its expediency, or I might say its value to us, except in so BOHUMIR KRYL. far as it might improve our ability to do the things that aro imposed upon us as And his Hand at Richmond Chautauqua wives, mothers, housekeepers, or to Monday, July 1 aftornoon purchasing your outfit moro useful to others, or to enmaKo it Get our prices beiore and evening. able us to better perform our civic duty. propose for a In saying this. I do not as a rule, demand somo stimulant, wo minute, to have you believe that I think competent to speak or to mean that you must understand us to men aro more & refer to men, for . I can hardly believe express an idea than wo are. Hut his that our sex need even a caution of relation to the community is altogether Richmond, Ky B. F. HURST, Prop. Photic 270 warning nlong this line, for few, indeed. dilferent from ours, from his every enI vironment. Public matters and ques- of them are offenders, think, and wo are sure that moderation is always the tions aro constantly the subject of diswatchword, but for man, "habit with cussion, while hats, bonnets, children, It must Jjomc, in its many and varied aspects, him is all the test of truth." be right, ho says, "I've done it from my are ours to discuss. On the other hand, youth." Somo of our reformors havo however, I am persuaded that to be useclaimed that the sale of coca-col- a should ful, to reach the highest points of our or to do something worth be suppressed. Possibly this is true, but opportunities, we lo do it? We simply havo while, it is woll for tho sake of our own how are no way to accomplish such an end, even we not owe something families.even did were best that it should bo done, for to the community at large, to give at if it it will with my limited observation, If as we Will least somo attention to thn many drugs, believe,-ware compelled to have somo food adulteration and drinks, that beform of artificial stimulation, we had sohoming manufacturers havi. put upon possibly jutt as well have coca-colas tho markot. Especially do toese adulfor any of tho lest. Then when wo" know terations flourish in towns and cities we cannot suppress its sale or its that havo voted saloons out, for men that buildings. manufacture, and since wo know of its must have, it seems, some form of stimulation, running all tho way from gin-g- stimulating properties, and still further All knowing that Ml produces ale to wiskey, or from cigarettes to they call native grown disease, would it not bo better to lend "long green" as our efforts to teaching that moderation tobacco. Then, if this is the case, it is we is tho price of health, in taking either well for us to uso what influence coca-col- a will or other stimulants? In this havo to prevent complete destruction of way, we might accomplish somothing in him, or at least to make it as slow a process as possible. To this end, I have our limited sphere of useful activity. been asked to say something on the For to stop its sale, we can never do. Coca-Col- a habit. It is questionable Courts and kings have tried this and Yot whero courts and kings whothor thoro exists such a thing to- failed. habit. That is if we havo failed, "Joan of Arc" has succeed day as Coca-Col- a moan by habit our inability to do with- ed, and maybe she could hare. "Habits gathor by unseen degrees, out the drug to which wo aro addicted. "As brooks make rivors, and rivers From my limited observation, there aro run to seas." no addicts that cannot get alone without his or hor daily rashion of Coca-Col- Great Credit Due Mr. Sullivan. POPULAR EXCURSION c Yet from the great and Judgo Sullivan has for yoars been a use of tbis beverage, it might leading and influential man and ranks seem that we would be taking advanced high in tho Democratic councils of KenKENTUCKY ground, were we iq say, that there is no tucky, says the Danville Advocate. ' To habit forming in the uso of Coca-Colhim the Domocrats owe a greater debt I wish to make this point plain, I mean of gratitude than to any other single this: "That had you been drinking man for the crowning victory last fall, Coca-Colfor say a year or more, tho when Hon. James 11. McCreary and his deprivation of it would havo no appre- splendid ticket carried tho Siato by mi mwM m mm kbi.'wh ciable results, not more, any way, than 30,000 majority. Judgo Sullivan is a the withdrawal of tobacco, codec or tea. plain, forceful speaker, and presents Ror,nd Yet, there are millions of glasses of this himself in a strong and convincing man Round Trip Trip drink consumed each and every day, so ner. Ho takes great pride in his record there are millions of cigars, thousands of readjusting the common school of pounds of coffee, tea, and tobacco system of Kentucky. Ho was a leader Sec the rmous Hfch Bridge BAND CONCERT, Hfeh Bridge Park, (Popular Airs.) s While all of these used daily. leaving at 10.07 am. and in the great educational awakening TJUsoUatNICHOLASVILLEoolntrainNo.S w might be said to bo habits, we which swept this Stato in 1907. on Speual Train leaving at libera. Tho For Full Information Call On Any Ticket Asent, Or Addrecs hardly pay any attention to the man Advocato from the outset was heartily H. C. KING. Passenaer and Ticket Agent, when ho smokes, or to tho woman when in favor of the whole plan, save tho LEXINGTON, 101 E. Main St. Phone 49 she drinks her coffee. Then, if these be normal schools, but they have proven a classed as habits, wo are all guilty, or success beyond all expectations. Judge We, as a Sullivan explained bis efforts along this at least with few exceptions. class of peoplo, are ever restless, seok-in- g line at Shelbyvlllo Monday. He said at D! somothing out of the ordinary. the outset that the statistics showed Notice! When wo find it, we sot about trying to that Kentucky was lagging in tho rear convert others to our way of thinking, from an educational point of view, yet 4-11-44 and if our way means dissipation, if it an abundant sum of money, it seemed, means tho taking of something that en was being expended to place tho Stato CURES larges our fooling of upon tho very highest piano. Prominent our feeling of without too educators throughout the Stato realized Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,, much expense of money, and less of that there was something wrong with WOKE AK QOO- DDiarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry energy we havo convorts by tho scoro. tho educational system, but all agreed SO CCBE, XO 3"At Misi Kae Bnrai t, BanJstown. K7-- , urc "1 hare oaed Rrape 1 for yean and lliinV it the best Such are the conditions, in my opinion, that enough money was being oxpended poiArr trroedymaoe. It cure, cipet and I internees, without fail. that has led up to tho wide and uni and that tho State was extremely liberal dropped dovrn the Lill of .caring W31Caosm.BajdstowB.Kr.ur: "One drop of Recipe c&cLea Idsk ibeVvoua and relieves the crack insuadr-- Itil the best prere&trve 1 hare erer used." versal use of Coca-ColIt stimulates in providing free schools. With those Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crumt, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. us and makes us feel the better, or at facts to orerato upon, Judgo Sullivan &OL.O BY least, wo think so, thinking so, wo act and tho largo number of others interestI am told that tho man who invented ed sot about to fcrmulato a system tho formula of Coca-Colwas beaten whicii would bring better results, yet out of it, or at least that he realized but cost no moro. This result was accoma pittance foV it, while tho stock y plished and all teachurs and educators BBMBBBBBBsaBBBBsBBBBBaEKaSuSl is more valuable than Standard Oil, throughout tho Stato readily mako testiWestminster Chime Steel, or any other high paying stock. mony to that effect. A largo element of This, we see, has been done by its al- illiteracy has already been wiped out in most universal use, and from the fact tho Stato and the good foresight of those that it stimulates us. We havo occa who led the fight has been demonstratsionally heard tho statement that it ed by the test. When it is known that keeps us awako if taken at night, yet tho .jjreat improvements wero made TUBULAR BELL' CHIME tho exporienco of those who use the without additional taxation, but with most of it, is that they sleep with or the fund which was regularly The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece, expended, Coca-Colwhile some of us the course will naturally bo applauded without a tubular chime, and an article of furniture for don't sleep, who never drink Coca Cola. as a wiso one. home, office, or insritation, appeals alike to It all depends upon our health and utility, refinement, and musical taste. The strength. It really brings us to that old, There is no real need of anyono being perfect movement insures correctness of time; Chamber-Iain'- s but true law of the "survival of the fit- troubled with constipation. with classic the soEd oak or mahogany case, Tablets will cause an agreeable test." The weak don't sleep well, don't lines, conforms to good taste; and the meloeat well, don't digest well, don't feel movement of the bowels without any undious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and well, they pass out, while the strong pleasant effect. 6lve them atrial. For quarters after the peals of Whitnngton or survive, either when using Coca-Color sale by all dealers. lm Westminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of when using the more dangerous drinks the passing hour. ' The fifty styles give ample Plonty of Oats and all kinds of fiold I noticed somo time ago and drugs. choice in design, sire, and price, all showing seeds at attractive prices. Sco us a trial in the United States Court, the moons phases in the dial arch. We are before buying, ciso of Henry A. Uucker vs. Coca-Col- a sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock R. L. Aunold & Co. Coca-Col- a Com tf Company, where tho Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catpany sought to recover taxes assessed on alog on request YOU it, as a proprietary medicine, under the WE Gifts by MaiL You can purchase gifts war tax law of 1893. Tho president of Plate, of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield BUY the company, testified under oath, that Gold and Silver Jewelry, Mantel Clocks, Etc., nuts and coca leaves wero used in kola through our Correspondence Department at its preparation. Chemists tcstsficd that moderate prices.. Correspondence solicited. it contained caffeine and cocaine, the G Silver mi lis Jeweler latter in exceedingly small quantities. One chemist stated that an ordinary The Frank Herschede Co. would contain about drink of coca-col- a grains caffeino and one and one-haHerichedo Btuldin? , Fourth Straaet, Eaat, a, about Va t t cocaine. Recently iho Because we know it's good; Cindnneti, Ofcio Coca-Col- a Company has been claiming If you knew this as well as we, that the preparation contains no cocaine. We know you surely would. Whether this means that they were" not telling the truth at that timejor are not doing so now, or whother perhaps the There's nothing better than cocaine formerly contained in the preThe best, this you'll a abut parations has been leftont.is a question a fact Sinco it hao been shown that each contains an ordinary That we have it here, to prove drink of coca-col- a We have;enlarged our "warehouse and can handose of caffeine, waich as ydu know is by test. dle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginthe active principle of coffee, and since -; seng andFeathers that you bring. RememWouW be the proper act. we believe that most all people crave ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides stimulants, an&tn fact propose to have Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron them, they no doubt believe that poK Bring what you have is about bly the drinking of coca-col- a "th-easiest and certainly the most pka- HAVE FOR S ALE THE we it. Bt way to kind toe lib rally get coca-col-When tb have taken Best Bmkcs far fence, Water of w rultc are Kepatrs for a ktefa of Uukmrny. tfc Mine, as if we had token tergc t)iisUsViti of tea or coffee, or may be tfea. conxtr.ni use of alcohol. A chain of ifarvous symptoms are produced that ut lines battle our physician to meet Telephone 39 , Second-s- t RICHMOND KENTUCKY Phooi conquer. When we say that people, Oil and Binder Twine. Special Price on MBBr ffflffWaraaaaaaaBaaBiraaBaalaaaaaaaaaaal MILWAUKEE Mowers and Rakes . Richmond Heating Plumbing Company Building Time be to soon be here and your advantage to consult me IT HAPPENED IN PICADILLY con fore letting contracts structing or repairing work guaranteed. orders left at this office reach me Anecdote of Lady Constance Stewart "Richardson and the Awkward Young Man. "Lady Constance Stewart Richardson,, the beauUful young woman who danced over hero some time ago, has offended Queen Mary," said a Washington diplomat's wife. "She actually told the queen to stand out ot the light at a picture exhibition. "lady Constance, you know, Is capable of anything. They are telling an anecdote about her at the Bath club. "She was walking In PIcadllly the other day so the anecdote runs and a young man attempted to pass her on tho right, when she also turned that way. The young man then veered to the left, and Lady Constance did the same. And there they stood for a minute or more, overcome by that ridiculous something which makes two people, face to face on a wide sidewalk, dodge simultaneously this way and that without being able to pass each other by. "Lady Constance, after nine or ten of these awkward movements, smiled demurely and said: '"Well, I'm sure, if you want to dance, 1 don't mind but what'B it to be, the turkey trot or the grlzxly hear?" Washington Star. :::::: Jeff Stone SUNDAY, a. HIGH BRIDGE JUNE 23 cver-growin- a. 25 23 a, indul-gehcio- Pouitry Raisers ML well-bein- 4-- Farmer Wealth. Finding himself suddenly possessed of a violin evidently of great value. Charles Riley, a Gettysburg farmer of moderate circumstances, Is now happy over tho turn of affairs which he believes haB freed him for the rest of his life from financial worries. The violin was supposed to be worthless and came to him In the distribution of his father's personal effects. Riley thought little of the Instru ment until he was offered $50 for it Ho then suspected that it might be worth more, and refused the offer. Gradually tho would-b- e purchaser In creased his offer until it reached $7,500, which Riley still refused. Later in tho day an effort was made by another person to buy the violin, but Riley Is holding on to it until he can obtain more. Tho instrument bears tho date "1703," which is carved on it. His father purchased It at a public sale. "Solid Gold." Commercially speaking, the term solid gold" is a misnomer, since such gold has not been used for many, many years. Some of the ancient Roman Jewelry and some of that of the Renaissance period was, indeed, made of pure gold, worked up by hand with tho crudest of tools, but since the old days there has been a constantly In creasing employment of alloys, for the reason that jewelers found that the harder the gold was rendered by good alloys the greater its wearing quali ties and the moro secure, therefore, was the setting of tho gems it contained. Nowadays Jewelry is of 18, 14 or 10 carats, according to the de sign and character of the article, and It Is much more frequently 10 than 18 Violin Brings The subjoined article appeared in Danville Advocate of last Wednesday: "In roferring to the charges that have been made to the effect that Congressman Harvey Helm pledged himself not to enter the present race for the Democratic nomination for Congress,his home paper, the Interior Journal, in a lengthy editorial today declares among other things, that "Congressman Helm had a perfect right to chanage his mind. A candidate has as much right to change as anybody else. It's all in the game." The Advocate contends that Congressman Holm had no right to pledge himself not to enter the present race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in order to keep down opposition in his race two years ago. That looks like a change for revenno only. That certainly looks like taking unfair advantage of fair and upright opposition. The violation of a pledge like Congressman Helm is charged with making is entirely a different proposition from a man merely changing his mind upon some great question, which he has a perfect right to do. However, it is apparent that Congressman Helm has never changed his mind; that the pledge was merely made to gain a point to keep down opposition, while at the same time he expected to run this year notwithstanding. The Advocate repeats that it is not posted as to these charges which have Congressman been preferree against Helm by his opponent. Judge Jore A. Sullivan, of Richmond, but all Democrats who are acquainted with Judge Sullivan's unquestioned integrity and force of character will naturally accept with a great deal of seriousness any charges that he prefers, for he is not a man that would be guilty of unfair methods even in a political fight. As the Advocate stated in its Monday's It is too early to pick a pennant win issue, we believe in honesty and fair ner yet: also It is too early in the season play among politicians and candidates This as well as among individuals. to give up hope. policy of pledging one thing and doing another does not go among honest voters as "being all in the game." Boyle county has suffered moro than once from the violation of sacred pledges made by candidates and the Democrats here henceforth propose to stand for honesty in politics as well as in private affairs. Politicians who are willing to make any kind of pledges to gain office are responsible for most of the troubles of our nation and until the voters select men who are above such questionablo methods the nation will never reach its highest state of peace and prosperity, for under such circumstances it cannot be a government of the people, for the people and by the people. If Congressman Helm has been guilty of violating his TBI "I0WHAB VAT" IS THE IDEAL VAT OF pledge in one matter, it is only reasonPLEASCXZ TRAVEL able that he will violate it in another, if by so doing he can gain his point. The Advocate personally knows that he 19 DAYS' TOUR. violated certain promises made by him will not TO YFLLOWSTONE PARK last fall, and he admitting deny this. that ConWhile practically gressman Helm violated his pledge not COLORADO, UTAH, 4c. to enter the present race, but contending that "he has a perfect right to MONDAY, JULY change his mind as it is all in the game," the Interior Journal pretends to "Tall Sycamore" that Tours be astonishedrecord theWashington City. Lake and in has a blauk The Advocate defies the Interior Journal IN AUGUST, 1912 to show anything that Congressman Helm has accomplished. It is true that DanAll Tours personally conducted by his colleagues placed him on an importiel M. Bowmar. Before arranirin for a ant committee, but has he not proven a Summer outing write for folders giving failure on that committee? Is it not a detailed information. Address fact that when ho aros to make a BOWMAR'S TOURS, Versailles, Ky. speech for his committee that he got his notes all jungled up and made a pitiable 4G-spectacle of himself? We will also ask, is it not a fact that he was found quoting from authority at least teu years out of date in this same speech? We defy the Interior Journal to prove that Congressman Helm has made his salary as the representative ot one of districts in the largest revenue-payin- g We do not believe that the Kentucky. records will show during tho past six years that he has gotten as much for the district in the way of appropriations as he has drawn in salary. In the light of such a situation, would a private business man employ a representative who could not earn his salary? Would a man engaged in private business employ a representative who would pledge himself to do one thing only to turn around and do exactly the opposite? These are questions for the voters to consider. The chargos have come from a source the reliability of which is unTherefore, they must be questioned. taken as true until proven otherwise. You Don't Have To Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Successor to Tate & Son Street I will make it to your interest ii you see me before buying 8, 1912 Seashore Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Now Going On Beautiful Patterns Delightful! Shopping! i Where can vou shoD dch'ehtfullv this hot weather? J I've had to keep perfectly quiet in order to live, yet you' say you've had a day of delightful shopping. Yes, I've been shopping in stores); kept cool, dustless and well ventilated by -- G-- E Electric1 id 4St The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and free from disease. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every ingredient necessary for the production of 30-t- f Richmond Drug Co. eggs. Sic up B. JliBtt & Son Opera House Building INo wonder those stores are popular they are so .comfortable. They do as much business in summer asj 5 at any other season. a. STOCKTON & SON, If you have sense enough to realize why flies gather around a restaurant you should be able to appreciate why men run for office. secured a A California man has divorce because his wife went through his pockets. Cut this and put it in your pocket. ' Money spent in electric fans is a paying investment, G-- E Oscillating Fans are the and The most appropriate for stores. 9 Their swinging ' breeze keep the air in good circulation throughout the store. The customers, being comfortable, buy with better judg-- J " ment, and are satisfied. 12-in- ch 16-inc- - h The latest styles are kept irTstock byi 7 a, to-da- Richmond Electric & Power Co. That "Peaches and Cream" Complexion. carats. a, ASK TO HERE OurMeat Bird Slaughter Condemned. A strong protest is being mad la South Australia against the continual slaughter of such rare birds as the Ibis, rthe egret, cranes and spoonbills to supply the demands of milliners. Tho slaughter is objectionable not only as destroying some of the aoet beautiful and interesUng creatures ot nature, but, according to the Journal ot Agriculture, also as rendering South Australia ever more prose to plagues of grasshoppers, and Is a prime cause of the decline of its flea resources. As the wandering bird disappear the crustaceans that destroy fish spawn increase the multitude. of the address to be given before our forthcoming Chautauqua here by Judge Marcus A.- Kavanagh of the Superior Court, Chicago. This lecture if typical of several reat menses which will he delivered here Chau above title is the subject TRAITORS TO The This time the subject is a new toilet cream, PEN-SLAButtermilk Cereate. If it were ust "another cream," like nearly all the rest, we wouldn't say anything about it. This space is too expensive to be devoted to common things. But PENSLA.R Buttermilk Cerate is very different from all the rest. It contains about 30 per cent pure, freshly churned dairy buttermilk. You say that your grandmother's " complexion of her girlhood days was the result of daily applications of some buttermilk compound made after her favorite recipe. R "Peaches-and-Cream- Dissolution Notice firm of Wines and Whittinsrton, .Towelers. doinc busines in the city of tauqua Week. about it. anasriHaajWaa.. Tell n. your friends .n. r r, The lf $7S.to$7S0 Richmond, Ky., is this day dissolved by mutal consent Mr. E, C. Wines re tiring. Mr. H. M. Whittincton assumes all Ub&lities and he aiono is authoirzed to collect debts due to the firm. Richmond. Kv. E O. Wises. May 29, 1912. 11. "M. Whlttlngtou. 00-4t ........ rnj.J.JIJ Buttermilk Cerate is based on one of these good old recipes, improved and modernized so that it has become still more effective. And it is so skilfully compounded and delight fully perfumed that it is a real toilet luxury, aside from its' value in refreshing, cleansing, beautifyiisy, and nourishing the skin. It come in a liberal sized package your fifty cents buys eaouh to last a long white; SKaller size ia a collapsible tube; 25 cents. Ef Big Prices For Hides -- -. Buttermilk Cerate will be yemr favorite, For Sale yo oooe examine it, we know that PENSLAR kreajkr. j 4 KcCormick Binder, good as new, has been used on only one small crop, works perfectly." ' Cocvkk '& Dukcak, 50-'Richmond, Ky. Seven-bushe- Medical HI W know sad ataould knit w of rsttr-rtod Xfe lore, eowMafoswrten, ( PteoMet wbefc lottM turrtkm: t UataMM. Ibis wee Milt aUaoav. thtus 7' BB ii Stockton's Ihrmg Store Sltfor It '.60. ,41-tf- '- , ' barrel beet Kanawha TsJepheeje 1W. 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Call or addraaa oar aaaree oAea ar errrtTSS W treatfrH Nmahviile, TeaneaaM. ior iaiortDatioB reaariia oat m cM "rwiHiiL rate li at p'.ecaot yoo ara not enjoy in telaphne oarriea, eaa tuaw illi Mr- - i; Ii deocd and plaea Tarmac Mate md a t ABtbaieliife er, teLluat eejjle aafawry. knewtaAtl JWeaaea, wmmy ttbmt. MM eowa te?four hi aaai ma r rrtt I. IMMtwMMat. MTI.Ull jvi, wwi Haas, cu.ajr tioutaiaoa ana toe soatBem """ ouKoe oi aaataekT. af - J la Cumberiand Telephone- TetoijjiX i lift, rtiitfif jelsffrflalilllil " ll ' " is4.rilti i ,jj4eSrittti'"'fr ''i f ill! IiiJ'" fti'ifi " iniTil afi V1IT.V-- fu iMl 335t Our Story in a Nut Shell ' 4 PERSONAL SOCIAL Imm t later AND j riiu 1 H Xwm not valt until Summer half over buy all the nev clothes you need for varm weather. You buy Summer apparel for comfort as veil as for looks. comfortable early as veil as late the season. you our store, you can cool and knov you won't have tire yourself out seeking your vants other stores. Vekeep everything you vlll Bring the children along. Ve can clothe them from top toe and them look as fresh as Summer roses. prices vonji frighten you. John Miss Marguerite Myers has returned BUS LICK. TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CUKES MANGC SCAB, of Emulation. from a stay iu Florida. MNGVrOHM, SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS BiSCASE PART I. Goods is "up to the minOur Fall Line of CEMtS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES. Prof, and Mrs. Bridges have returned Music: Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, candidate for (a) The Daylight is Fadlng.-.Bonolirom a visit to Uadlz. ute' as we constantly watch the market NOPMRPtlTATlMC. EFFECTiYE. INEXPENSIVE. ine jjerooeratie nomination for uon vuj momer lireyer Mrs. T. S. Todd was a guest of friends gress in this DLrtrict, is a man of large lpnvocatlon: Liove for new and worthy goods, and we' reinaioniiceuoiast week. , Dustness and political experience and Dr. C. C. Marshall. lies, ticks, flsss anal raitaa eaei't afford ta spectfully invite your attention to - our-lin- e is thoroughly equipped to occupy the Music: Superintendent John Noland was in at your stack alive. Gat a supply of KRESO DIP and responuDie position wmcn tie seeKs, on business. Frankfort last week of Piano Solo Frivolette Sternberg He was bora near Richmond during follow lroctlons. It will put an and to tha parasitos Miss Mlree HcUouzle Messrs. W. F. and W. Q. Park were the Civil War. Wnile the subject of Commencement Address: in Lexington Thursday on business. ana lvo tho stack a chancs to thrive ana" put on flash. this sketch wag very young his father The Quest for a Man. atea leaving a widow and seven cull Mr. Harvey Neff, of, DeKalb, Ills., is Uso it In bams, hoej pens, chlcksn housos ana! aog ksn-na- lo Dr. J. B. McOlay. dren in poverty. The mother inspired in Richmond for his summer vacation. PABT II. any placa where thero are vermin. the children (nearly life with a desire Miss Judith Tudor, of Irvine, is the lor a gooa education ana an ot inem 'Music: Mrs. W. W. Pigg on "West Main guest of responded and ued every honorable Yocal Solos I (a) Folk KRESO DIP Is a cea! tar product. It mbcea readily with street. 1 (b) Four-Lea- f Clover effort to secure the same. Judge Sul water. It sloes not burn or Irritate like carbolic acid. It IIvaq was educated in the common Whitney Combs. guest of Miss Harriett Parrish is the Miss Mary Traynor: and private schools of Richmond until her brother, Douglas Parrish, at Beatty dees not blister or take the- hair off like kerosene. It costs ne entered the trcshmau class of Uen Presentation of Diplomas: ville. Belts, in less and docs more than any of these. You can't make a Hon W. B. Smith. trai University from which institution Miss Elizabeth Powell, or Winchester, tie graduated wltn the Highest honors 'Benediction. better Investment than to buy some Kreso Dip to kill lice isvisitin? friends and relatives in the of his class. During vacation he The feature of the evening was the city. ticks, mites and fleas and prevent disease by destroying usually worked as a band on the ad, brilliant and able address delivered by Joining farms in order to secure funds a Miss Ruth Crowe has returned from the germs. in with which to purchase books and Ot, J. B. McOlay, of the M. E. Church, visit to her sister, Mrs. Hunt, of St One gallon of KRESO DIP makes 60 to 75 gallons other necessaries, shortly after his Ashland, Ky. President Crabbe, in Helens, Ky. for Tailored graduation he served as deputy county introducing the speaker, said that in his when mixed with water. Each lot Is STANDARDIZED Mrs. J.W. Stewart and little daughter. cierK ana ueputy circuit cleric opinion, the sun shone a little brighter by tha manufacturers, therefore always the same. Madison-count- y Elizabeth Bird.are visiting in Elizabeth and at the same time in Silks for Waists town. read law under the late T. J. Scott in Ashland than anywhere in Kentucky who subsequently became circuit judge outsido Normal Campus, and for that GIVE IT A Mr.Allen Zarincr wasacuest last week and was oue of the ablest lawyers and reason he felt that he had made no mis of Mr. and Mrs. B.K. Kenney in Shelby- Mrs. Dean. Judges In the State. Judge Hullivan TOAiXLLBX Gall and see us as we are now ready to ville. ) a. I Know a Garden Vannah completed his education in the Univer take in going to Ashland for a speaker to give words of helpfulness and wisdom b. Goodbyo Sweet Miss Marianne Collins is at home from Voice take care-o- f you on all Fall and Winter sity or Virginia where he studied law, ) c. Ginger-brea-d Man Gaynor a visit to her nunt.Mrs. Lena aggoner, After being admitted to the bar, he to the class. H. L. PERRY Goods Mrs. Hanger. in Chicago. formed a partnership with Hon H. B Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, pre .Rive-Kin- g Four Hands -- Concert Waltz Herd, who shortly thereafter located Mr. G. C. S. Bradley went to Louis White-Mr- s. Denny. ASS FOR FACE BOOKLETS. In Fort Worth, Texas, where he has sented the diplomas in his inimitable ville Monday, where he will spend the Current Miss Events made a great success as a lawyer and stylo. His short address to the gradu summer. Miss Bennett. ates was forceful and exceedingly im uuaiues? uiuu. Mrs. Sallie Rayburn has been visiting In 1885 Judge Sullivan was noml pressive. The graduates were: Miree The pupils of Mrs, J. R. Johnson ren her daughter, Mrs. it. if. Gregory, dered the following program in a clos nated and elected county attorney of DcDougle, Cecil Simmons and Spears Lancaster. Office for Rent. ing recital, given In tha parlors of Mem w aaisan' county wunout opposition Turley. Miss McDougle is one of the without Miss Jamie Caperton is in Louisville, orial nan Monuay aiiomaun at lour Again in 1890 he was Otllce equipped with water and heat opposition from either party. Toward most gifted of our young ladies and the CHURCH NOTES. enjoying a delightful visit to Miss Sallie o clock: Posin our building ea Seeood street. the end of the last term be announced two young gentlemen are among our de Uwwg Marshall. Bohm that he would not be a Dance and Play organized the illegal harvester trust.and candidate for a servedly popular set. session given at esoe. These young SHE GAVE HER AGE AS 34 Sue Chenault. Miss Wesa Moore, formerly of the is financing Roosevelt's campaign, acthird term on account of the growth ot " 24-t- f Dooolas & Simmons. Old English Dance bis practice which required all bis people can well be proud of this achieve cording to sworn statements of the Normal School, this city, is the guest of The "Women's Missionary Society of Emma Souther. Mrs. Mary Powell. time. His record as county attorney ment in successfully mastering the ex But the Witness Was Flustered and Roosevelt campaign committees, is not I Sing. Robin, Sine Bankers Meet Here. the Presbyterian church will meet with was progressive in every four-yeraiUUEI EUET WEtlBMI II course of this school. Mrs. David Arnold, of Nicholasville, March of the Sages Told Her Bust Measurement by, Mathewi He helped In the movement particular. cellent The millionaire owners of a "boss." to extend Mrs. C. S. Holton at Hotel Glyndon, Fri The fourth meetteg ef Greep Eight, has returned home after a visit to Mr. Waltz for Grandpa ) The subject of the address was "The Mistake. turnplKes, build bridges and improv day afternoon at 3 o'clock. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO the woolen trust and the sugar trust and Mrs. J. C. Hawkins. Kentucky Rankers AsseoJatiee. conven William Wagers. the county along all lines, Although Quest for a Man." Dr. McClay depict and the steel trust are not "bosses." One of the court attaches tells of a Ref . 0. W. Maxwell, of South Boston, ed at Masonic Temple, Uk city. ye Mrs. James Winn, of Winchester, has Black Forest Cloak-C- arl (Incorporated.) ouen requesieq io iteooirieiia candidate, ed in glowing eloquence the qualities The "boss" issue is largely a false issue. been visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert Heins. Judge tiuUlva.ii declined to make essential in an all around man, the man rather amusing incident which oc Va., will visit Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Scan- - terday mornisg. the meeties hoiey cah Keng another race until 1907. when he be The men who are plundering the people Miller, on Lancaster avenue. March From Faust curred one day In municipal court. An Ion, on the canrnus. durinir the Chau- - ed to order by Bush W. A 11 in, Prebideiii Mary Louise Covington. Pres. aBd Mgr. direotly.and makinethe common people came a candidate far represenatlve of who would be able to make good In any Important criminal case was pending. A. D. Miller Mrs. T. T. Covington and daughter. May Dance tauoua season and will preach in the of the Group. About (erty Btemhers Bohm jumtison cuuniy tu me solicitation ot position or condition. He described the All the testimony was In, dissatisfied with the way things are Miss Hester Covington, have returned Sec'y-Trea- s. at First Presbyterian church on Sabbath. were present and enjoyed the excellent W. 0. WfaKe Isabel Bennett. hundreds of his fellow democrats. He evils attendant upon pessimism and sel- torneys had finished their and the arguments. going under this form of government are from a visit to Winchester. Butierfly. Lege was again .nominated and elected Vtnbtr ! fishness, the beauty The Berryvilie (Va.) Courier says: program prepared fer Ute eecMioa. At Ohio fly the owners of Alice uiarue Kellogg, Mrs. Mary Sanderson, of New York without opposition. He went to the necessity of bra very, of patriotism and It was a tense moment. The court had "One of the largest congregatione seen one o'cloak a suotptus liiaeh was UKTUCKY PR CSS ASSOCUTIOK purity and honesty, turned to the jury and was about to Llshnor legislature not to play politics but to the tariff trusts, now engaged in financ- is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thompson Spring Cnllie Williams. nu have enacted JLheso qualities, he held, were the make his final charge when a woman there in a long time, turned out to hear served in the ball room, ibe ladies of the frame, Introduce PUBU5HERS LEAGUE. EIGHTH DISTRICT ing the Roosevelt campaign In order to Burnam, in Burnamwood. Song of the Swallow Bohm measures that would Improve and iad- - natural outgrowth Rev. D. H. acanlon, former pastor of Christian charch havteg prepared th of mental develop arose In the audience. return the Colonel to the White House Mr. Waller Bennett left Saturday for Evelyn Dempsey. vauce tne tsiaie. ne introduced a bill ment and educational enlightment. YEAB so that he can give instructions to his New Haven, Conn., to attend the reunion Curious Story PER The "Can I say a word?" she asked the tho Presbyterian church, last Sunday menu, whieh consisted of ail the delicaPRICE fl.00 Heller requiring the inspection of State banks Judge. The court gave permission. The morning. His sermon was most excel cies ot the season. After the completion Alice Clarke Kellogg. on a similar basis with national banks address abounded in illuminating anec Auornoy General not to start suits of his class at 1 ale College. IS ADVANCE Vungmann but the measure failed to pass until dotes and was replete with flashln, woman had been one of the chief wit lent and was creatlv enjoyed by all. In of the following program Ute banker Messrs. C. C. Wallace and John R Will o' the Wisp against illegal trusts, like the harvester nesses for the defense. bue Chenault. taKen up by I he litt legislature. Al humor. Gibson are attending the Republican preached attended the ball game betwea Lexing- 1812 trust, until he "gives the word." "What effect would It have on my the afternoon at 3 o'clock he The Youue Recruit Sartorio though not a member of the 1912 legis WEDNESDAY. JUNE W Convention in Chicago. National The music, with the exception of Miss testimony If it became known that to a congregation at Stone's Chapel ton and Rich mend at Pieeeer Park. Isabel BennetuElizabeth Hume. jaiure, ne urew me Din which, was Pkookam. Miss Mary Lee Colyer is at home to Spanish Danco Duet meeting of Sartoric adopted. Under this law, a depositor Traynor's exquisite solos, was furnished told a falsehood on the witness which completely filled that edifice. He The annual spend her vacation. She will resume Mary L. Covington-Mr- s. Johnson. feels that the Slate bank is as secure by school talent. Miss Miree McDougle, stand?" she asked. remained in the neighborhood to of Called to Order 10 a. m. the government the Kentuoky Press Association, held at Aduinistration of her school at Ft. Thomas in the fall. v r l us a national bank Judtre Sullivan a pupa oi jurs. jonnson, rendered a Attorneys for both sides leaped up ficiate at tho wedding of his brother. Bush W. AiKa, Hamdebenr by RepwbKeans is a good thiag for John Olympla Springs last week, was pron Why sweat and swelter by wearing i after examining h$ school census of Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas J. bmith are seleotion from Sternberg in a brilliant and the Jury looked startled. Kov. K. K. Bttrnes Dr. Franklin Taylor Scanlon, to Miss Invocation Through the oollectkm ounced by those in attendance to hav D. Rockefeller. guests of the former's mother, Mrs coat? Wear a Manhattan shirt and in taw, which. aiiQwou a remarkable dethe "That all depends upon whether the Helen Hardesty, which will be solemniz Address of Wekmse.. W.K. Seockelford gree of illiteracy in Kentucky, set to and musicianly style, and Prof. Koch's of railroads rebates, a praetiee that his been the most instructive and interest- Fannie Smith, on Lancaster avenue, visable suspenders, and leave off tha work to Improve the educational Chorus Club, which has contributed so testimony you falsified Is material to ed this 'Wednesday) evening at 6 Response W. M. Brlgbl, Sesaford A large competitors were sot allowed to indulge ing sessions in recent years. Mrs. T. T. Appleyard, of Arcadia, coat, if you like. system of the State, or rather readjust generously to all the programs through the issue," said the court severely. Appointment of Committees o'clock." m, and aided by a tariff 'Tall which en- number of newspaper men from over Fla., is at home for the summer. Mr. "But I couldn't help it." said the Rice & Arnold wuuers sounai tne people would set out the year were quite up to their usual woman who was on the verge of tears. abled him to build up a monopoly with- the State were present and participated Appleyard will join her here Saturday. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) Address Ky. Bankers Asseeiakioa advantage of the immense volume of J. K. Waller, President, Meigaaaeld money mat is being ex.pend.ed annu standard, shoing the careful and pains "They made me so excited with their holds services regularly every Sunday out fear of oempetitkm from abroad, he in the deliberations of that body, and Miss Sue Scrivner is at home from Dedication. ally for the cause of public education taking work done by their instructor. old questions. They asked me how in their apartments, 13G Second street. Signs ot the Times has built p a $090,009,060 fortune. as usual, wives ana sweetnearts were Winchester, having taught in the public The dedicatory services of the Regular With others, he helped establish two old I was, and I said thirty-fouJohn II. Leathers, Lett is ville but Prom the oil tedustry. and subsidiary present to add grace and dignity to the school in that city during the past year. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. LesBaptist church on Second street will be normal schools, and by his ellorts the Private Preparatory School for fifteen was so flustered that I gave my bust son sermon at 11 a. m. . "Wednesday Good Paper and Bad O Parties tl Mrs. Ellen Wallace, of Irvine, return. industries, whieh the high tariff advo occasion. Olympia Springs is one of held, Providence permitting, next Sun- ntgascnoais were founded and even boys opens Sept. 17th, 1912. Milwaukee Free evening.testinionial services at 7:30 p.m. College measurement." J. M. Johnson, Lawroncobwrir cates still refer to as "tafaats. vet IB the most beautiful spots we have ever ed home Saturday after a visit to her judge Sullivan's strongest opponents sons,, Messrs, C. C. and Daniel Wallace day morning, the 23rd Inst., at 11 who have seen the reiults. must ad preparatory and general courses offered. Press. seed of a prjtective tariff, Mr. Rocke- visited in Kentucky, an ideal location Free reading' room 13C Second street, General Dlsousskm by Members ef the t. W. E. G wynne, Prin. Mrs. G. G. Perry and daughter, Bettie o clock. AH are cordially invited to mlt that his, ideas were correct and Group 3 minutes each) surrounded by scenic beauty, second feller derives as income of approximateopen from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays,"Wed- that his work, will eventually take McUann. are visiting her brother, Air, attend. The ly tt a seeood. The Rockefeller income to no summer resort in the State. nesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Are Panics PreventabJef Tb National Fashion a Shy Bird. iventucny out of the Illiterate column Green Igo at Richmond Interior Reserve Assocki tie as a Remedy. Ken ncky was almost the last Hair at the preset time, as near as Saaaeial buildings are new, well lighted, venti Journal. Fashion is a shy bird, and an ob Sunday, June 28, "Is tne Universe, Hunters Must Secure License the United States to establish aState In By Chas. Q. Davis, Oriembec, O , servant critic has ncticed that tailoxDerts have been able to estimate it, is lated, clean and cheerful. The manage normal man, evolved by atomic forcer" Mrs. John S. Park, of Las Vegas, Nev Member Xalteoal Ciliscos League, Quinoy Ward, the executive agent of school. Practically trom the time he Don't Use Preparations Con ors are not advising the frock coat of Man." $68,009,000 a year, 85.008,009 a month, in out of this popular hostelry did every- ada. daughter of Hon. W. B. Smith The public is corwos admitted to the bar Judee finlll and fancy waistcoat, which are becom dially invited to any and all services. Chicago 81.158,816 a week, $I1,7S5 a day, H.&9& thing possible to make the stay of the came today for a visit to her father's the new Fish and Game Commission, is ven has beeu recognized as one of the taining Poisonous Sugar Ing unpopular because Mr. Seddon sending out to county clerks the blanks ablest and most successful lawyers and an bour.S114 a tWt)te,or $1.00 a second. press crowd pleasant and enjoyable, and family. An arousing business session of the Bank Advertising Heat Method was so dressed in the dock. The of Lead or Sulphur. F. X Lee. Daeville A working girl in a store for S6 a week. to say that be succeeded is but mildly Mrs. Walter Q. Park and mother.Mrs. for issuing licenses to hunters. The has been counsel on either sldts or the passing of the frock coat will be wel Richmond Epworth Leagua was hekl would have to labor 4,4X8 years to ears expressing the feelings of those who I. H. Boolhe, left last week for Ohio, license fee for eaph hunter is $1, but no other of almost every Important suit at Even if you have healthy you ought to corned by many, and by many who do in the Sunday School room of the Meth mc urituuuu uur, nis nracuce nn Jolly Party Visit Mammoth as much as the aaeqaal, unfair and un- spent the past week at Olympia. The where they will visit friends and rela license is required for fishermen. H is extended to many other counties and use a little PARISIAN SAGE once a not remember the execution of Mrs. odist church Sunday evening. Walter weeks. permit Rocke inner man was provided for abundantly tives for next few believed that between 10,000 to 23,000 into tne federal Court. He has at nil week as a hair dressing. It keeps the Manning in 1849, who swung In black Q. Park, President of the society, pre just laws of this nation Cave. CoL W.P. Walton, Secretary National licenses will be issued. times been recognized as a urocrresslve hair healthy; prevents scalp itch.falling satin, and made that material unfash feller to draw down every week. Wil- every delicacy ol the season, as well as A party ot ferty-eo- e sided. This was the last meeting before lt Richmond League, with headquarters in Citizens' citizen, possessing sound, conservntivn liam Wood, president of the woolen the substantiate, was served at every Louisville, attended the Eighth District lonablo for many years. There Is an the league's annual convention at last Wednesday in a private ear for a judgement and Is one of the most sue-- hair and dandruff, and baldness. Moving Into New Quarters. cesBiui nusiness men in Kentuekv trust, testified in court hoi long ago that meal, and it was with great reluctance Bankers Association here Tuesday. But be sure you get PARISIAN opening for reformers who wish to on June 18. The year's work visit to Kentucky's meet picturesque he had bo idea as to the number of that the editors, their wives and sweet Bv his Own IndUBtrv. StnrHntr In SAGE. There are many imitations. change the fashions and are willing was totalled up in the annual report. and interesting euriesUy, Mammoth Mr. Wilson Eads, of near Union City. Mr. II. M. Whittington, formerly con go to the stake for their belief, to erty whe has amassed, a. splendid automobiles he owned. J. P. Morgan.it hearts, departed from this beautiful and suffered an attack of appendicitis last nected with Mr. E C. assessment per member, Cave. The trip exleaded ever a period Wines, in the ana upmi the removal of J. estate The girl with Auburn hair is on every One can foresee a woman who will The ten-ceStone oarton and bottle of PARISIAN week, but late reports from his bedside was recently announced, now has an art popular summer resort. SAGE. commit a murder In order to be hang tho five-ceasssessment for the junior ot three days and was oonaaoted by are to the effect that he is considerably jewelry business, is moving into the waiger irom Kichmond. Mr. Sullivan Andrew collection worth $00,009. It banishes dandruff.stops falling hair ed In a hobble skirt, so that there superintendent, the five-ceassessment Miss Lelia Harris, one ot Caldwell High Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage build- was chflsen president of tthe State Manb anil f fVtmnn.... Carnegie, it is well Known, has "lost all is com storage at Detroit, Mich., are improved. and scalp itch, and imparts to the hair shall be no more hobble skirts in the for the church conference and Cuban School's most efficient and popular Miss Kate Schmidt attended the com ing, where he will be at home to his financial Institution in Madison a brilliancy and traok" of his wealth. These are the 15,000 quarts of fresh berries. They are mencement exercises of Transylvania friends and patrons in the future. Mr. county. Shortly after his admission as well as men lustre that all women fashionable world. And the enthusi- Mission share, were all paid in. Topic teachers. Miss Harris extended every In order that held out of the market to keep the price Law bchool. Lexington, last week. Her plunderers of America. love so dearly. PARI astic vegetarian might kill some oth cards and devotional helps were ordered effort to make the trip aB that H proved hittmgton has been a resident of this to the bar, Judge Sullivan became they and the horde of lesser mHKenaires high. Thus capital uses refrigeration, cousin, Miss Mayme Schmidt, was one city, for a number of years and has secretary to 3qv. McCreary during SIAN SAGE is a daintily perfumed and er donkey and die in leather boots, for the next six months. Messrs. Grin-stea- d to be most delightful ami eajoyaWe ocwhocnfey their privileges under the invented to benefit man, for the purpose of two graduates. Congress. - Later umn the. refreshing hair dressing. his race It's the best with the idea of bringing vegetable and Wordsworth were installed as casion. Mr. Dan W. Bowtnar, of Vermade many staunph friends, who will election for of Grover Cleveland he was hair tonic you can buy. law, may pile up suoh fortunes, every of exploiting man. There are many Misses Mary Brooks and Elizabeth be pleased Large bottle boots Into fashion. to know that he has secured tenuerea portion or Urst deputy 50 cents at Perry's possibilities for the reformers who legal members. Sam Hurst was elected sailles, under whose supervisee the exLyne are the attractive guests of Miss pay tribute reader of this article must Drug Store and dealMiss Cohen en larger and more commodious quarters under Collector Rronston, but declined will consent to wear the wrong clothes delegate to the Cynthiana Conference, cursion was run, contriboted htgety to Blue Serge Suits. They are good at Anne Bennett Cohen. in the form of unnecessarily high priees as ftc preferred to continue his law ers everywhere. tho enjoyment ot all. Those who comSaturday afternoon from 2 to for the ever growing business., tertained on the right occasion. London Chron with Miss Crutchfield as alternate. all events. Price $10.00. for life's necessities. work. He has. been elected Chairman 5 in honor of her visitors. posed the party were: icle. Rice & Ailnolp of the Democratic county committee of 'Where did you get that hat?" At If you are buying odds and ends, see Mrs. R. E. Qnisenberry and Miss Bes Mesdames Clark KeHogg,BeUie Parks. Former Madisonian Dead. .uaaison county repeated v without Rice & Arnold's. Why Mil Roosevbct has repeatedly denit is one of those that the prices are right. We havo Sally Hanson, Kd. Coyle, Ghas. Twill, sie i'aric win leave today lor Ports opposition and likewise a member of Needing Homes. James H. Arnold, formerly of this tne mouth. Ya . for a visit to the former's ladies' low shoes and slippers ranging in Laura Coleman, C. C. WaBaee: Misses ounced "boss rule" during bis camDissolution Notice democratic mate Central Com Hopkins' Sailors. See how it hold its They ex city, died last week at his home in mlttee. He has alsq served as a mem shape. The Kentucky Children's Home son, Mr. Jesse Quisenberry. paign. He has held up to seern the LeHa Harris, Elizabeth Burnam, Marie The firm of Wines and Whittimrton prices from 25c to $1 the pair. pect to be gone about fifteen days. Kansas City, after a short illness of ap- ber of various State oaranaien com Pearoses, the Larimers, and the Coxes Society has a great many little people Rice & Arnold. L. Kellogg, Elizabeth Terrlil, Margaret Jewelers, doing busines in the city of mtttees,. Jje drafted the Democratic Misses Hattie Lee Million. Elath pendicitis. Mr. Arnold was sixty-threRichmond, Ky., dissolved and other bosses sot for Roosevek as needing homes. They have quite Azbill, Eleanor Hagan, Issie Million, piaiiorm which was adopted at the Remains of Harry Jett To Be by mutal consent. is this day Wines reBuchanan, Stella Phelps and Messrs. Mr. E. C. typifying the evils of present day poli- unmoor oi attractive paoies, as well as Delbert Azbill and Wm. Collins were years of agp and; lff Jiere far Kansas convention in Louisville and UDon Purchased Mare. Ray Million, Elois Million, Bess Wagers, Interred Here. tiring. Mr. H. M. Whittington assumes Which , Gov James iB. McCrenrv and tics. Every one admits that such men older ohildren of both sexes up to 13 and among those who visited Mammoth City in 179, where bo accumulated a U . I all libalities and he alone is authoirzed Mr. W. Q. Park has purchased from Elath Buchannan, Ellea Gilbert, Hiuie large fortune, his wealth being estimat uis spienuiu 1 .i.l... won sucn a crown ucxet The remains of Harry Jett, who met to collect debts due to the firm. as these should be ousted from power. M years of age. The children are ex- Cave from this city last week. Lee Mlllien, Stella Phelps, Maltie Elder. Ing victory last November. Mr. George Hume a fine bred Then E- - C. Wines. Richmond, Ky. But are these men. after alt. really the pected to be treated as members of the Miss Martha W. Maupin Is visiting ed at the time of death at million and a after Governor McUteary had changed death in the Philippine Island last June, This animal has Bertha and Eva Hayden, Harriett ParMay 20, 1912. H. M. Whittington, old trotting mare. half dollars. He was a merchant of this an. 18,000 defeat to a greatest danger to this Republic? John family, sent to school, Sunday school, ner sister, Mrs. J. w. uendricks, in ai,000 majority, will arrive in Richmond this week and 50--lt promise of great speed and in the hands rish, Elizabeth Powell, Mary Louise We only place our children with Lexington. They will also join a fish city, and is well remembered by our Mr. Sullivan was asked bv the new will be laid to rest in Richmond ceme D. Rockefeller, who has hoarded up a etc. of Mr. Park she will receive the neces- Deatherage. Bessie Harris, Cftrelva Faring party who will spend several days older residents, governor to prepare measures which tery. Deceased who was son An Honor Well Deserved fortune of $009,009,000 through sharp Christian families. If any of the read camping at iiign linage. a of Mrs were to carry ont the platform nledpp sary training and attention dne an ley, Mary J. White, Devie While. practice and legislative favoritism is not ers of this paper, can give a child such Mr. F. M. Stiver, our popular insur This he did spending several months Sara J. Haggins, now of Jackson, Ky., Tempest Terrill, Henrietta Laaoa, CurHensley Gentry, who News a "boss." Andrew Carnegie is not a a home and would like to take a child his lelt from in a railroad accident lost K. of P. Memorial Services. in tne patriotic work. Fraction lv all enlisted in the United States Army ance man, has been requested and has animal of such brilliant prospects. leg at tis McKinney: Messrs. 1U Mi Swisher, of the pledges were enacted Into law several years ago, and while bathing agreed to serve as a judge in a news boss. J. Pierpont Morgan. who to raise, if they will write to the Ken Jacksonville, I1L, about ten days ago, is political Normal City Lodge, 1C2, K. of P., will Wm. and Kelson Bkler. I)eH Aaoill. Special Announcement rjest legis atures Ken near Camp Overton, P.I., met his death, paper contest. oyoneoi One of the New York is so anxious to have Roosevolt nomin- tucky Children s Home Society, 10S0 of a very encouraging nature. Mr. lien hold memorial services next Sunday at tucky has tne Wm. Collins, R, H. MoKhwejLjPx. C. ever had. His great service The young 17th to June 22nd. inclusive, six accused of being a poli- Baxter Ave., Louisville, Ky., they will try is improving rapiaiy ana win soon 3 o'clock p. m. at the Methodist church, to Juno ated, was never Insurance papers man was diving from has announced the Party actuated hundreds of his W. Sweeney. be in a condition to resume his usual On account of tical "boss." George W. Perkins, who take the matter up with them. this city. The members, of the order, admirers In the E ehth Coneresstonnl spring board and struck his head on the through the columns of its paper that days unusual selling. duties. to call upon him to enter the bottom, breaking the third cervical ver they will pay cash prizes to Life Insur the interest taken by our many friends will assemble at Castle Hall at 3 o'clock district For Sale. Misses Mary Elizabeth Lackey and He lived only a few ance men who will submit to them the and customers, and a desire on our part m., and from there will march to the would be a Kreat force at ths national tebra in his nock. Lucile Gibbs left Thursday morning for s Carriage in A eeadrtiee. Harry Jett best articles on cither life, insurance to make this the, biggest selling month Peach tree. Ala., where they will visit church where services will bo held, after capital and rould in the language of hours after the accident. was a nephew of Mr. Shelby Jett, of this salesmanship, or tho best method of in the history of our business, we have bargain. Apply ai Hotel Glvndoo. 58-t- f their former Henrietta which they will proceed to the ceme Jack Johnson, "brin home the county. His father, Hiram Jett, having handling an agency. Irby. They will also visit friends in tery and decorate graves of Mr. Stiver will decided to continue our Sweeping Clear De&uTirm their de- oacon." Birmingham and other southern cities died many years ago. Deceased was 23 assist in determining the prize winners, ance Sale one more week.. Prices given The People's Stock Remedy parted brothers. Mr. W. F. Wycoff, of before returning to their home hero. Something Doing. years of age, and a very popular young We urge you to are most desirable. At this season you should not be Winchester, an orator of considerable Glad Hand For Col. Tom Misses Mollie Evans and Hattie War reputation, come to our sale, make up your mind at without a package of The People's There will be something doing at the man and was beloved by all who knew will deliver the address. ner left last Monday for a two weeks' Busy Bee Cash Store, beginning Saturday him. Speaking of his death, Capt. J e will nelp you to save monev. Stock Remedy; 25c and 50cl ' once. Smith. vuit to Mrs. W. W. Broaddus in Rich- The public is invited to attend services June 23, and continuing Remember, June 17tb, to June 22d, inCure that old sore, cut or wound by until Saturday P. Wade, to whose command young Jett mond, and Mrs.Henry Collins in Beatty-vill- at church and cemetery. The Louisville Times says: A' special "Col, J. L. Watsos. applying The People's Antiseptic Healbefore entering the Normal School. musical program has been arranged for night, July C. It is the innaugaratioa was assigned, writes as follows to the Thomas Jefferson Smith, of Richmond, clusive. ..MissKatberineLyncn. of Richmond. Dry Goods, of the Loom End Sale, ad bereaved mother; ing Powders. Sold by Riohmoud Drug the clever secretary to Gov. McCreary, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. the occasion and the Richmond Band vertisement of which appears I wish to express the deep sympathy is being congratulated on all sides Lexington, Ky. Company. 30-t- f elsewhere will also furnish the music. on Patrick Lynch. Jessamine Journal. in this issue of the Climax. You should of all the officers and men of this com- his appointment as tho first Banking Messrs. J. T. Ferriell and C. F. Chen- begin now to make preparations to at mand with you in this your hour of sor Commissioner of Kentucky at a salary Base-Bal- l. ault have just returned from a visit to tend this great event and take advantage row. Your boy was deeply loved by all of $3,000 a year, and head of the new Louisiana, where they visited Monroe. There is no team in the Blue Grass of the many bargains that will be offered his comrades and officers. I personally State MerRouge, Rayville, Alexandria and League department created by the last putting up a better game of ball on dates above mentioned. feel his loss very keenly.for he has been Legislature. Commissioner Smith Man&ura. They report a delightful will than the Pioneers. During the past week time, notwithstanding the warm weathfor the past two and half years under assume his new duties and get his bank er. Mr. Chenault purchased a fine the local boys have lost only two games my personal command. In all the years ing department started on July 1. He (arm, a description of which is found and are rapidly forging to the top of the I have been in the army, I have never will havo in his office a Deputy elsewhere in this issue. Fully half the people in this town who are over bwentv Banking percentage column. Larger crowds cleaner-minde- d seen a or more gentle Commissioner at 32,400 and four Bank years old don't-car- e Special for their breakfast Much interest centers in the announce turn out to witness games at Pioneer boy than your son, and I believe he bad Examiners at $2,000 a year each, Col. ment of the engagement of Miss Edna Park than earlier in the season, and the brilliant future before him in the omun possesses every qualification to They nibble a bit of toast, eat an esre". drink a cup of Giunchigllani and Mr. Joe Panther, of army. A soldier s life is not conducive make a big success of his new depart coffee and are glad when La ayette.Ind. Owing to the popularitv class of ball now played by the Richit is over with. of the bride-to-bthe wedding promises mond team is being greatly enjoyed by to much soaiiu.em, but today when we ment and his friends predict a brilliant Uiunchi-gliato do a society event. auss local fans. Great hopes are entertained And at noon they are not hunrrrv either. At the evenino-rendored the last military honors to administration as Banking Commission is a attractive young woman and by lovers of the game to see Richmond Corporal Harry Jett, I saw tears in many er. Representative Francis B. Douglas, meal they may feel it little more like eatinsr. vet still not have ONE YEAR AND is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. an old soldier s eyes." Joe Giunchigllani. She is cultured. take a position in first place and if someof Danville, whojwas appointed to succeed a genuine appetite. educated, and refined and a musician of thing unforeseen does not happen, the Jett was born Loi&vQle Daily Times ty Harry resided with in Madison coun Col. Smith as secretary to the Governor, rare ability, and she holds the admira flag will float over Pioneer Park next Of course when you feel that way vou can't feel stron- gand his parents here has been ill in Louisville, and unable to Do is to tion or nosts oi friends. Her fiance is season. Go out and help cheer the boys until the death of his father, after which entfer tho office to get acquainted with vigorous at your top-notc- h best; so the thing to do- - is to also a musician, being especially gifted UaMI Kev.?, 1912 he was taken to the Masonic Widow and hisjdutles. He is rapidly recovering and tempt you appetite Ijack wtth a real appetizer Peuslar Apas a vocal instructor. Manv friends are to victory and the pennant. extending congratulations in advance. Orphans Home, Louisville', where the expects to take up his work shortly." petizing Tonic being? the most reliable we know of. " Pleased With His New Home. records of his career in that institution Miss Mollie Fife entertained a number Both You have a rieho to know what is in ife. TTprA it is Tn Be of friends handeomely on Satur are spotless. In addition to hie mother. A letter from Mr. John W. Grkkr, day at her home on Lancaster aenue. each ounce 30 minims Tinct Gentian, 15 grs. Dandelion, 36 deceased is survived by three brothers until recently a resident ot College Hill, when she gave a bridge party consisting In minims Dilute Phosphoric Acid, with and three sisters, to whom the sympathy fin four tables la the morning; and at noon this county, to his brother, Mr. W. H. of many friends is extended. keep? guests for three tables, in the afternoon Grider, speaks in glowing tarmc of Son ant a child will take it. When come to a delicious lunch, consisting ora, Arkansas, his new home. The This, means that THE Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt Any wk knows will tell vou that vou could n't'tTftrl a hot oi eawKen oa uw, .eta Hffi, aresaed drouth ha affected oats to in .that seetkw, TIMES will be sent by for1.00. Telephone 119. lon&toM. twftton biscuit. lees and Hints. ter formula to tone up the stomach and coax back" your old-tim- e The prize, a beautiful pair of silk bow, says Mr. Grider, but sugar ewH, mail to you froes, date f W. W "BuoADnrjs A Co. In Dairy farm of 50 acres situated 1 2 appetite. wii won By mrs. jimm ummtt m the aeupMcare uoieg niciy, with pros subscription is received miles of Richmond, on the Irvine morning, aad the trophy in the after pects for aa abundaat bar vast. H 1m need. ' Purchased Fa.m. tbrawgh us until Xeveea-be- r noon, which was tfce netting of her The Peaalar way of mUtmar the pike. The land is well fenced aad wat- formula nn iho mentions Um grat number of qualh aad 98. 1913. Tiie eeeoeV club, was won bv Mlas Mary D. Pickets. Mr.iC. F. CheaiuU has lust retmBed ed all in grass. Tb (tease is newly abel is a mbarhty senaibteway arp. w know. wla TIm bow wm aUkcvively dcoraid in dove that abound in but stale we get yewr niliisaiptlnn frees, a vtalt to tile South, in eeexsanv built, has S rooms and 3 large porches, mea&jan-r-y- ou kmim iuak what yo are srettiW: Everv sweet peas a4 ami. preaentad a that the nideat of that MCLica . to make order, the longer y get with Mr. J. T. Ferriell, where he pur-- wit hoi and eeld water all over the Pebakr tabeTi TbkMt-o-tow- n lovely appwaw. a unpardonable sin to ill a QuaHiy, Parity Satis- THKTIMB8. gaW Uw eh&eed fine farm ef 825 acres, half is aoaee; all necessary outbuildings. gtmu were Mr. Tbac. Mwm Smith, dove, so much so lacitoa. that it has uwr bea of?der al onee. of Frankfort: Mias Dotvtbv KUo. of sKiva4wi and the remainder in fine Large barn and buggy bouee, a yoaag ICiMteMtl; MiMlfell McCoy, of Maaary for the State Lag iajatiir to aOur vlfg ia timber. The farm is in Rlehlaad orchard ef about 100 treeejuet begmoing Sbatt we aand roil a toiiar boiUe of Mia Martha YaaMUr, of pass laws protecting them. Mr. Oritiw V ftM aervaaeejM: at ttsto ee. Parish, 7 miles from Rayville, the ootto-t-y to bear. ,. freeh Jeney milch cows aad Tonic? .. paaki of having lost twenty-eigh- t seat. The Q. & C. Railroad roue Mian, 1 brood mare and mala ooH. Mrs. D. M. Cbwauk i aUrtainitur a. powtds of 'hia avoid apois siaoe kovbag -f- OEoALSsTT through tike farm, Tbe land around This plaoe is offered toe sale privately datifhtfulawnpanyof Um younger sat .Madison, due to opto air exerakes, bat that place bring $25 per acre. On the and can be teen at any time. For for-the-r wmm on uuc cuUr avaoita, te tenor of Ur acjtar, tegejthor with his fasaiiy Is enjoying Um farm are any targ" peoirwses, which tetermatibn telephone W ring 6, Telephone 500 Mkc JowphiM OhaoMh. Those from country and the best of health. yield ft abondaat harvest. Mae. H.J. faVM di Tailored and Fancy Waists Etc Latest Novelties Neckwear, "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods Suits Newest Designs and Dresses adist&nse who are tujoyiwr the festivi ties incident to tha oooasion are: Misses Lucy Clay Woodford astd Hazel Grubbs, of Kt. Sterling; Mies Mary Wright, Sfcarpsbttrg; Hiss Lydi Elmore. Lancaster; Mis Ann Jfc Roberts. Stanford; Mies Martha Chandler Van Meter, Winchester; Xlss Florence Kay Evatw. Winchester, and Miss Margaret Van Meter, Lexington. A number of entertain-nt- s have been given in honor of those who compose the above house prty, among them being a dance Thursday night at the beautiful home of Miss Jamie Caperton; a tennis party by Miss Elizabeth Shackelford Thursday afternoon; a dance Friday night at Masonic Temple by the young men of Richmond, a tennis party at the suburban home of Mrs. H. B. Hanger Mondiy afternoon, followed by a picnic party at Lake Reba Tuesday by the hostess. The Cecilian Club closed the season with a delightful meeting Wednesday with Airs. JNeale Uennelt on West Main street. This musical organization has grown very rapidly during the past few years and the season of 1911-1- 2 was one the most successful and prosperous in the history of the club. The following program was led by Mrs. Bennett: Roll Call American Vocalists. Four Hands Venlhean March Mrs. Pickels-Mr- s. Middolton. Paper Maude Powell. Violinist R. Burnam. Mrs. A. Piano Meditation... ...Leeds Mrs. Middleton. Voice Romance Hslevy Miss Urlght. Paper Mme. Zeisler Mrs Evans. Voice A Lover's Call Ruckauf Miss Caperton. Piano Songof Bathers. Wachs Day-H'dar- lot BON. J. A. SOUIYAN Model Hih School Com-- , OIL POWER ON THE 0CEAH I mencement Tha commencement exercises' of the 1 High School of Eastern Kentucky Stte Normal on Thursday evening, Jtpe 13, marked the elose of the fifth year of the institution. A large audience was present and the following program was rendered: Brief .Sketch of Candidate From Madison for Democratic Nominee for Congress. His Record is Worthy ef lntrnl Cembuetlen En gine May Cue Revetotleft In Mehg IneWtry. A great revolution in the snipping IseHstry probably anequaled in any period of Us hletory, was predicted la a recent Interview la London by Sir Marcus .Samul, head of the Shell Trading and Transport company, owing to the success of the Internal combustion engine as a motive power for vessels. "It insures," ho said, "a saving in cost and a great saving of space, weight and crew. Cleanliness would be increased and. also the comfort of passengers. It would Insure safety from boiler explosions and spontaneous combustion and many other advantages. "Those who argue about the Increased cost of oil do not understand. You must remember that one ton of oil Is equal to four tons of cool and that the larger power internal combustion engine makes for greater economy In using oil. I think It is a great pity the United States, with its Immense oil resources, is not taking- a more active part' In the development of the internal combustion marine engine and that the largest oil company has not done more to encourage the trade. "As an Instance, this oil company 5?ent to Roumanla, but from one point pf glew it was singularly unsuccessfuL .Tho? production after some years' working reached an average of about fifteen thousand tons a month. We wel there yeare later and our production is 60,000 tons a month. I have always maintained that the oil supply of the world is more likely to be met In the Borneo fields than In any other. There we have unlimited supplies, so the question of prohibitive cost need not enter into the reckonings of the maintenance of motor driven vessels." al Tl VGA ' 1 (standardized) For AirLive Stock SAFCTO EASY AND r 1 USC You i kt . Song-McDow- - TRIAL. OWEN McKEB The Richmond Climax. ar multi-millionai- re mid-summ- r, 52-6- 5ave Your Cyn-thia- nt nt 1 te o 1 two-yea- r- first-clas- school-mate.Mi- Shoes, ohirtweaste and ehildrens we&reJoles. iust unaerwedJiiiosierx ometoourstore oW. e, semi-annu- r Rates Did You Want Your Breakfast? - e, ni The Climax fer $2J0 two-cour- en, For Town Property 1-- or Exchange sst ad For Sale Aromatic 41-t- fn oo, ovh rexm iut pi . R. Gibson & Co.' i m i r"f of i wmmMmmmmmmmwsk iiiiiii mufi iiiiiii iiiiimiii iii iiiii icii in - 1lftmil rt1l, . SrjBBLasaaaaaaaaaaaaaBHaaala it, ".."i .4. . iTkXiclnMiiClnax. f THE EVENT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR rwumi mm vmmua i THE CLIMAX MINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White Mtmkr KCXTUCXY EIGHTH of ASSOCIATIO Tag Pres. and Mgr. Setfy-Trea- s. PRESS DISTRICT ltd ?U8USKS IU6UC "BICE 11.00 PER YEAK IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. JUNB OLD ABE - - 1612 MARTIN IN FLESH! Hub- Says He Never Heard of Kin bard, But Knows All the Family. tel The Reason of This Big Sale Never before in the history of our store, have we been so well prepared to furnish the needs of the people of Richmond and Madison county as we are now. MS W WSoTi rir eT"n .M1H-- 5 sassa nnn (3 3aaa a B lip pee gS B BE MILLS UNDERWEAR MILL Dress Goods This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a lifetime. In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to get linings, trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress goods would actually cost you. Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains sees PRINTStautCO B g & 1 BLANWET MILU -- flpgggg a a .v: 0 ill ts s a aa bba fill sees 113 "It aln' s'mueb what ynh do e where run are when juh de K." Ke was Abe Martin in the flesh from his brogan square-toe- d shoes l the three hairs awry at the crown of bis head and his homely pbiteeephy. "Hullo there. Abe." said Deputy Prosecutor McCarty. scaaBtog la astonishment the leaned figure. "Hew'd yon get into police court?" Jndge Collins looked him over frera head to foot. Abe grinned geod na- taredly and continued: "Per Instance. If I'd took three drinks down home nobody's' tbet cutefe "bout It up here t Ind"npHs the pMee arrest me an' I aln' got a thlsg agia 'em fer it, nuther." The semblance to Abe Martin was to striking in outline that seme believed he had fcraad the rlgteal, the artist creator's original. "Do yoa know Kia Hatter?" "Sure. I know all the Haahatae dawn t' Clayton mighty nlee fMu. tew. Who'd yuh say Kin. They aia' aa of 'em named Kin not as I kaaws He desied strenaeasly halag Brown county. He was frees r a m bought more extensively than ever before for our summer business, and while our business has been good, it has fell short by far of our expectations, due to the fact of the inclem-enc- y of the weather and unsettled business conditions. We bit off more than we could chew. YTe must unload, Our buyers timm Hea- - at 115 Ginghams 5000 yards nice Ginghams, 2i to 3 yard lengths, usually sells for 7 2 to 10c a yard. Help yourself at per yard 1-- n dricks, be said. "An m'name's Mke my daddy beae me. An we're plaia farasers. I aaat know where folks get this Abe Martaa they all call me. I ala' aevec read nothia' "boat no preeMeat er eaagteaa-ma- n uf thet name. Same aae saM Ma picture was la the paper, hat I ala't never seen it" tae And Judge ColHas (Hsaftteeofl charge of drunkenness aad let hteat 50. NOT THE AUSTRIAN EAGLE 10 therefore this Great Bargain Event terms cash to all 9b0sl , Little Visitor to the Zoo Knew Thatj That Bird Has Two Heads. o Never try to tell aaythtag to a has gene te these awdeca auaMa schools. Why. these laatltattaao aO learning teach mere tatags that eai ever heard of when yoa were yeaag. that yea've sever heard at alaao yeni were net yoaag. Here's a Bsedera iaetaace: bey waa tabaa a he A atd zoo last Saaday by Us father. They saw the olowaaat. tbar saw the meakays. they saw the aa. Finally thay get te the ertataaleslaat eollectiM. The hid aaticad aa Urd ia the eagle caeja. aad he asked: "Papa, what's that hardr haj-wharty-yoar in every department. This sale lasts two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash. Look for Green Tags The) real loud noise of all big sales Big Reductions mm DON'T FORGET THE DATE Saturday, June people for miles around 22, to July 6 Store Closed from Thursday at 6 p. m. to Saturday Morning to Mark Down Prices The sale that draws the You all know what it means wheii we announce one of our Bargain Events. We have held many of these sales in the ast, and never in any instance have we disappointed the public. Every promise has been carried out to the letter, and in most instances we have done more. For this reason we are sure the simple announcement of the dates of sale will fill our store to overflowing with eager bargain hunters. However, we wish to say that in our efforts to secure merchandise for this sale we have succeeded in securing a greater range of styles and patterns than ever before, and that our prices will be found a little lower than in our previous sales. That's why we feel safe in telling you to come expecting bigger and better values for your money than you ever received before. We never have disappointed our friends, we are not going to begin now LOOK Study Every Item HAS This year its greater and grander than ever katon-esti- ag READ I "That la aa Anatriaa aassa." aaat aat "Q'waa!" said the bar; Boca tatas." hs tb aaaa- "Yes It la it says logoe." "I doa't cava what It aaya tat aV eaUlogaa. I flot eyas. TUa aara ala't got hat aaa head. TV eagle has taw heads, aad I I've saw a pttctMr ef it aa Sajal" As te Fate. Garra Hanta. author at "The has sioai eardtas AaaaL" , I ; EVERYTHING BEEN R- a- REDUCED FOR THIS GREAT GREEN TAG SALE Dress Goods Our Shoe Department serrarJoM aa the laitlalaa at betacs ta aaaaial. Oaa of thw saatattra htta af her phUoaaaay Is full of the newest and best summer styles in slippers and shoes for women and children. It will be cheaper to buy new shoes than to have old ones repaired. BsSSSJ Ladies' New Summer Shirt Waists $1.50 "and For Women & Children, 98c up For Men $124 , toaraahy of hvataaa is aC what they plaa to ikai thaa of what taay really achieve, if It Is set dowa Uteraily. Yoa work hard! wtth a certain aim 1a view. Yoa pnr-poee to arrive with your collateral all properly arraaged for the eveat. It Is elear saUtas. Thea fate takes the gripes aad iaadverteatly kicks you aader the afth rth; aad there yoa are. set back a boat tea years. Your grand mother died without leaving you the inheritance yea had every reaaoa to expect. Yoa have ta set ap aad make year owa fortaae. Or, the ballots are eooated, aad yew are sot elected. You have to raa again. God sees to it that yoa do aat bett th stars everyIt Is provltime you fetch a surr-e- . deatial areeaatlea aaaiaat your de- struetlea af the solar lyat " aa More The f Here you'll find the biggest surprise of the sale 2 Saw pie Shirt Waists at.. &Tbese waists are the latest style, nicely tailored and beautifully trimmed 98c Each Men's Summer Underwear Union Suits Separate Garments Children's Underwear 44tbOSc 19 to 44c 0c to 39c Handkerchiefs 3c Ladies' homstitched extra good value 8c Ladies' hemstitched, 15c value Extra values in gent's plain and fancy kerc'fs Boys' Clothing We havo given bargains before, but never anything like these. These suiis aro made to give the best wear of sololecte4 mat erials Boys' $10.00 Suits now $0.48 Boys' 8.00 Suits now 5.93 lioys 5.00 Suits now 3.4 uoys o.w SUIIS now .4 fiT Boys' 2.50 Suits" now SBE.-- .1.4 We havo a lot of Rnvs' traiTKWf-Kt.- i all sizes, worth from 50c to 8f.5dTy5ur choice of this lot for 25c Ladies' made with deep flounce and ruMIcs, with on flounce, bought especially for this sale; regular Sl.25 value 7A.r , Green Tag price . Ladies' fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats deep flounce and ruililes, would be QQr cheap at S1.50; sale prico Ladies' fine Black Jlercerized Sateen Petticoats, our regular price A f .Zrx 82; sale price.. S3 Black Silk Tetticoats 0 OA sale price hom-stitchi- Exquisite Millinery In this department especially arc we After buying our regular overloaded. amount, we wore able to purchase a large number of imported samples at our own price. You will profit by being one of the many to assemble in our millinery department during this ridiculous disposal of desirable Millinery ' McCall Patitrni No, 4653 No4685 Waist Prict, 15 ctnU each LADIES DRESS Skirt Petticoats Black Sateen Petticoats, IF 10.00 12.50 18.00 22.50 mff WW Mj Men's Pants Men's Hats Alert's btraw iiats a ou. ouuca,. Men's Neckwear Have you bought your Lace Curtains, Table Linens, Carpets, Druggets, etc? Have yeu bought your Shoes, Slippers, Dry Goods, Trimmings and Millinery? If yoaliave not you are 'Indeed fortunate, because we have procured the choice of all the great markets and now lay them at your disposal at ridiculous prices. Why? Because our buyers in their .enthusiasm at being offered such exquisite goods at such unheard of prices oouldn't quit buying, and now we have'such an abundance of beautiful Summer goods lliat we are compelled lo either sell or build another store. WE ARE GOING TO SELL Beautiful, bsalitiful indeed, aro our Summer patterns in Dress Goods. Beauty that defies description, quality that staggers competition and prices for ten days that startles the imagination. Voiles, Marquiscts, Flaxons, Crepe, Linens, Poplins, Suitings, etc., in such abundance and at such prices you cannot afford to overlook f1 price J i IO O.VH Sale price 5c to 39c .Z-- e are all tea mach lacMaad to get into rats. Per oae thing Mr is easy Por a Bother, seme of as (UaKke doing the BBuraal for fear of hatag talked a beet op laughed at. Lailaoos. holds as or tight aad fast la the saate reatlae of living year la and year oat. Women shut themselves eat of maeh that Is live aad vital by set Joining some of the woman's clabs that are now so Important a part of Nfe. They are shut tins eat whole uni verses when they eonaae theawelves. to one line of reading. Indeed, one can create Bftaay new worlds for herself hy ariaglag life new interests. It is one-ot tha. most effective ways ef keeping! tndif-ferenc- Inclination to Get Into Ruts. lato-one'- f ' o Men's and Boys' Clothing for Summer and Early Fall at Great Reductions All $ 7.50 Suits ; . .Sale price S4.9S Suits Sale price 7.48 and 15.00 Suits Sale price 9.98 and 20.00 Suits. . Sale price 14.98 and 2o.00 Suite Sale price 16.48 Ribbons At greatest reductions ever given in Richmond. Special lot secured for this sale, worth up to SI a yard Sale price, per yard Other Ribbons Reduced kj0x Every Suit represents the newest thing m style, pattern, tailoring and quality Clothinfl r5, 'u r, young. j Englishman Norwegian Knight. King Haakon of Norway has created Angus Watson of the firm ot Angus Watson Co. a first class knight of the Norwegian Order ef St. Olaf. and has given him the insigate. of then order. This order, which. Is very rarely con- ferred except to Norwegians, has beenl given to Mr. Watson with the consent! of the British sovereign. This decoration has been granted! as aa acknowledgment of the serv- Ices that Mr. Watson has been able toi . render the Norwegian fishing industry! In various parts of the world la cos 4 cectlo'n with the saltr of the succulent! fish which is familiar to all as "skip- - Or Fine Iluck Towels, 18x30, white with red borders, never sold under 15c, now 8c Mcng FumisRingS Sale price 93c to 3.98 -- Sale price 48e to 2.98 Sale price 48c to 1.9S Z zz . OU.UJ S Special" Summer Kimonas now 34c up Ladies.' Vests Muslin Undcrwea- Lace Curtains Curtains 75c pair, -- - at Reduced Prices 5c to 22c worth a Curtains worth 81 a pair, Curtains worth $2 a pair, Curtains worth 85 a pair, now now now now j. 39c 59o 98c 82.93 . . . per." ! Cash to One and 4T.r AH Save Money by Buying Lace Curtains, Draperies, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Oil Cloth Now Attention. Evemk Reed I desire to call the attention of the goodpeeple ef Madison and adjeiatBg counues to we taot tnat i am prepared, to do all kinds of rabbertlrin?. I wlli put raheenlres on wheefe X feet iacnes, and 3 feet S inches, for 312.00 per set, aad en wheels 3 feet 8 iaeaes, and 3 feet 10 iaehes. for $14.00 per steel tire, per set, $4.00. Settteft buggy tires 40 cents each. The above. prices are fer eash. See me be fere placing joar ordet for' work ef Mils ekaracter. 7-- S C-7-S B.WAiaw, . Red Mease, Ky. RICHMOND All $1.50 R & G and American Beauty Corsets? $1.24 AH $1.00 and American Beauty Corsets, 89c RjG KENTUCKY , Ptrt 1 th-a- f aW aaa Mw aaataaad taaaa. ' Itoiwifeii Wawteti j ii - liCiiPiaamm tjilHj II A ' jClefcn at one Mouse r Vou Add soiifethiiig eack year that will make your home v&Hp oowfor&We. It is difficult for most of us toj&y krge quantities of house furnishings CUT KS25MMMWmS2S2 r tike You wilWfee surprised, though, how rapidly your home beppwes attractive with new things, if you follow tjiisiplau ofdding something new every soring, ? TPp A. It Up-to-Date A Spleudija Stock of New Furniture, Mattings Ready for-you- r and-Rug- s selection now. BEN NET T and UN H I GG E N S Clothing, Shoes, Hats and i DMT Jtoo i A KING Will Mr. ' wool a big-,pric- then 48-t- .pay UC L. Barnetl, Stato President erage will buy your wool and Farmers Union, speak at the court tf house this city, at 2 o'clok, Tuesday, c highest cash prices. "Russell's June 25. Mr. Barnett is an orator of forns burtt.-D- r. considerable reputatatlon and his ade:y Try ft, dress will be interesting as well as Wines' Druq Stork. Owoa McKee, Richmond goods and notions: Others tf not you. , f Speak Here. R. FOR MEN AND BOYS Suffice it to say we have a great surLong preambles and wordy statements are unnecessary in a clothing advertisement. plus of spring and summer merchandise which must be sold now. The magnitude of this surplus is so great that only the most drastic price cutting will move it. Therefore Prices Have Been Cut To The Limit in every department; and with the exception of a few minor articles, includes our entire stock Terms Positively Cash To One and All Furnishings New Laws Effective. All of the laws enacted by the last or building material, see Legsslaturo became effective Wednesuaddus & Co? They will save day. Among thorn is one prohibting the 48-- tf the use of public drinking cups. It is on all orders. being generally observed by all public gent for Hurst A. Sheiion, places, and the business men generally, surance Co. Write me orphone in consequence of which people who have 151 ring 2. Ilnloa City, Ky. failed to supply themselves with indivic r.,r R. B TerrilRfor dual cups are finding it difficult to se.ffice of County .ftourt Clerk. He cure a drink of water except at their snreciate an endorsement of his own homes. w r.t administration. Thirty-Tw- o Lots 5old. - earache, toothache, pains, burns, The Blue Grass Real Estate Co., sold sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' for at auction Saturday thirty-tw- o ic Oil, a splendid remedy lots, the lni property of Mr. T. K. Hamilton, in . u.r your wool to moii ana jgei me Burnam Heights, at prices ranging from ' 8125 to $300. This addition to the city, . "43-t- f re. which was purchased by Mr. Hamilton c up your minofmaw that- you are about a year ago, has been laid off into vote for R. B. TerrllMor re-- c lots and streets have been opened and in II is record as a.public.servant a very short while that section of Richr been ecllpseaOsy any , former mond will grow in proportion to other tf. additions that have been thrown open to uriug skln.'Bruprtpns, scr- the public during tho past few years. are due to fs, rasiiesVetc oll' Green Tag Sale. u'-d. Burdock Blood Bitters i e .nsing blood torc.is wellreconi-$1.0- 0 In this issue of Tnu Climax appears lm a mammoth advertisement of E. V. at all stores, Elder, announcing a Green Tag Sale to w .s ihe time toiavo your screen . i.ime Don't'Svalt until the dies begin June 22 and end JulyC. These sales are looked forward to screen semi-annuWe do all lands of-fwith great interest by residents of MadiBx'iifpV & Dozikr, son and adjoining counties, and this 307 Kj&t Main street. event will bring the usual large crowd of our llvehas its joys. Old to bis store on the days mentioned should be happy, and they will above. Don't fail to read advertisement ..amberlain's Tablets are taken to elsewhere and make preparations to aten tho digo'stum and keep the tend this great sale of seasonable ThSe" tablets are mild ire iwe in vbeir action and especially for people or fmtddle age and Governor McCreary's Ap1 or sale by alfdealers. Im pointments. -. . i . ly These suits are priced according to the One Price System all marked in plain figures, with not a cent added for u jewing". Our price reductions, therefore, mean just what we say mean just so much actual saving to you This offering is the most superb ever shown in a cut price sale in Richmond the variety of colors and styles is the most extensive the materials and tailoring the very finest The range of sizes is complete, with special models for every variation of the human form stouts and extra sizes, longs and slims and chunks and regulars the way we fit men is a revelation to those who have not traded here Here are the prices, come and examine the values for yourself TVlen's $ Fine Suits 75 $ $72 At this price you buy the greatest value possible in a ten dollar suit. Gray worsteds, blue serges, and other desirable things priced very low at ten dollars a veritable bargain at $7.75 $Q75 At this price you take choice of all our splendid values up to and including fourteen dollars. Attractive and durable colors, with quality woven in the cloth and tailored in the finished garments. Choice for $9.75 je . !.e poultry man, will buy your ' Governor McCreary, the chief executive of the State announced his selections Iiku of Keys. CalTt Climax Office. Wednesday. Among those from Madi son who were included in the governors' Corn list were: Thos. J. Smith, of this city, to Ilarvey GUenaulL Phone 447 who was appointed Banking Com mis sioner for four years, beginning July 1; R. It, Burnam, Slate Game and Fish llurope. Off For Commissioner, and L. B. Herrington' fijr Burnatn, youngest son of Mr. Advisory Board of Geological Survey. "J's It. R Burnam.'-le- ft this morn-jPhiladelphia, .where he will join Awarded First Prizes. lir j of six other boys .about his own At the annual summer meeting of the .aor tne cnaperonage oi itoi. of Davidson CoHecc, North Car- - Kentucky Press Association at Olympia and will withinew days sail for Springs, last week. The Climax was ;c The trip will be full of pleasure awarded first prizes on program and in the judgeo boys, as weU aseducational, un-- e catalogue work, having, tutorage of 'Prof. Lengle. Th ment of an expert, presented the most ix hopes withlrrafew weeks to give perfect display of this character of printing. Considering It jers a letter frosr' Judge Bur- - and friendly rivalry the competition that exists at these ds cs William's call him. contests, this is an honor of wnich The Recognizediby Friends. Climax Is exceedingly proud. It is Iiot E. H. Bybeyfreturned Friday evidence of the high class work turned CincinnaSi where he had out by this office and is positive proof I 3 consult a specSlist concerning that superior printing is sent out frcm i ,g of a .glass eye., bis ngnt organ the job department of this paper. having been removed last win- A Great Opportunity. - .s appearanceltm the streets Sat- corning Mr. Bybee's friends were An opportunity to secure great barto take a second look in order gains is offered to men and boys by the a Iipc-.u"y him, as thjjjdisapperance of well known and reliable firm of Covinguage worn lor, nany monms ana ton and Banks, who have innaugurated iiae eye made a greet, but beneficial a Reduced Price Sale, which began last 3 his looks. Tie many friends Saturday and will continue for fifteen IS9 genllemkn congratulate days. This is an opportunity tc secure i the succoSat lending him any article in the gents furnishing line I" . be trvinpardafiiJneident to the at greatly reduced prices. You should 1 s Bering he hasjShdured during not fail to read the advertisement in ' pas fwovears. ' today's Climax and take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to secure ProgressrveMryine. the best of everything in their line at be advent ofUTc L. & N. R. R prices. hparj? and iU deciswn to build its marked-dow- n "fccps there, trhlcb.'hops will em Fatal Accident p 5"cr 400 men, Irvine has taken on l?eu boom. Tuesday afternoon of last week a Our mother owns over a irta cf the best located and most little nine year old son of Clay Long, at bie lots la the city, immediately Ruthton, with two of his brothers was lscsdjig the depot aad will sell some driving several horses to water. The ai cr lease them oa very reasonable animals were in a playful mood and one to induce enterprises to locate of them ran over the little fellow, e want a watenXnd 'light plant knocking-hito the ground, where he CS mi 1, ice factory; laundry and died in a few moments. There was no tfiiser general utillty 'plant and we evidence of the boy having been kicked. 5 "ler special inductaaents to such A few minutes after death the little felte there. low's neck became very black and It is oa or address Lilly, Irvine, supposed tbe fall broke his neck. His -- l jicv xu. ijiuy, Kicnmona, ivy. remains were burried Wednesday at Cottonburg. Sttf ; fr 43tf applicants for jobs at the disposal of After weeks of suspence on the part of Unlimited choice of all our stock up to and including $J7. Fine fabrics, fine tailoring, perfect fitting models Many fine two piece light weight Panama cloth suits, ideal for hot weather wear, as well as weights suitable for all the year round. Great value these $12.75 -- 12 14 19 but a One Price Store. They are the Kenton make, and d in every essential feature they fit and keep their shape and good looks better than any other clothes made Splendid colors and styles to choose from now, but they'll soon go. Choice $14.75 hand-tailore- 75 $ 75 4 These would be priced at $25 in any Choice of all our finest $20 suits. For this price you take choice of all our $25 suits, the very finest in Richmond, no matter if some others are priced five to ten dollars higher. Critical comparison will convince you Rich blues and grays and stunning color schemes in all the new styles. Large assortments now, but this price will move them quickly $19.75 -- - v Foun3. Fojale. Boys' Suits The fit and style and long wearing quality of our Boys' 5uits are too well known to call for comment here. We need only to say that our entire stock, by far the largest in Richmond, goes in this big sale at prices so low that, for the sake of economy, you should supply your Boys' future as well as present needs. Here are All the new styles in both soft and stiff straw hats rough braids or smooth in any shape your fancy may demand. Cut almost in half, as follows Straw Hats Low Cut Shoes Our shoe brands are known all over Madison county "Hanan", "Speedwell", "Beacon" are household words and "Walk-Over- " because of their good looks and unusual wearing quality Badly overstocked on Low Cuts, we make these e r '.Si 4 T the prices 1.00 for 65; 1,50 for 95; 2.00 for 1.25; 3.00 for 1.75 We boldly claim our five d'ollar Panamas are better than most stores price at six all we ask is comparison A variety of shapes and style, s to select from for choice $3.95 'i i II 1 t boy-frien- $3.50 for 2.45; 5.00 for 3.75; 7.00 for 5.50; $f:8 for 6.50 Reductions on Boys' Extra Pants, 5traw Hats, Low Cut 5hoes, Ltc remarkable reductions 3.00 for 2.35; 3.50 for 2.75; 4.00 for 3.35; 5.00 for 4.25; 5.50 for 4.75 1., k H I) Here we have collected all odds and 6 3nds A big feature of this sale is our bargain counter. bargain counter lists and come look them over worth. Read our OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS BARGAIN HATS Broken lots odds and ends, some good styles slightly soiled former prices $2 to$3.50 and out of style merchandise and priced it at a small fraction of its Bargain Coats and Vests Fine quality, out of style, sizes up to 37, original values $750 to $15, choice now II BARGAIN SHOES Fine quality, but out of style former prices $3.50 to $5, BARGAIN PANTS 5mall sizes only, waists 30 to 35, fine quality, formerly priced $3 to $6, choice now BARGAIN SUITS Light cool suits, all wool crash- es and homespun materials, formerly sold for $10 to $15 t2t choice now $1.00 Our Store Never Closes To Prepare i closed doors are Under the One not necessary. We' simply leave the original . 95g Bargain Suspenders S,aIe $1.00 toms' $1.50 w h material, straight bot- ra11 25 and 50 cent values' now dd $2.50 i Pr M g tZdtZ . & Boysf 'Bargain Suits gular 25c values, slightly fine quality with sti aight bot- torn to 8 s, .f soiled and shop worn, now formePrints size T s $6 now nrices and 1 50;' former choice fof $3 an d $350 1 -- Boys Bargain Pants Substantial reductions on i Trousers, Summer s Shirts, Underwear, Neck- w.r, Light Coats, Etc pa ach aad tyacy atfack. i oursales JAV 3X.UIJ? AVV Makers of Qualgy --' Glasses Sale Begins Saturday, June i 15th, aad Runs Fifteen Days n -- ii 1-QATfefflSjSMLE COVINGTON & BANKS V,,, nj M'p, :iKY ' 1 tie mm IM i HE PUT IN THE COLOR How the MOTE One of His Pictures, From Fallura to Succesa. Artist Turner Changd Get A A Deluge of Bargains .. Devastating Dependable Merchandise .. Reckless as to Cost or Value necessary to tell you that it rained this spring. Well, it looks as our bank account became water soaked for it seems to have shrunk. We have on hand vast quantities of top notch merchandise and the worst of it is these fine lots of choice wearables are unbroken. We know you do not want to hear the other fellow's troubles, but here is where that ceaseof water causes your hard earned dollars to do magic stunts. We less down-pou- r make no secret of it trade conditions compels us to raise money AT ONCE artist, Is In lilllwaukee to visit? the Milwaukee Art society where an exhibition of his paintings Is being held. He has found Milwaukee a busy place and has been whisked from one home to another of the principal members of the art society and others who are Interested In art. In his round of dinners and teas he has established a reputation for story telling not mean ing to insinuate, of course, that he ever departs from the strict letter of the truth. Many of his stories aro of other painters. One he tells of Toledo New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove The baking is perfect with the new Boss Oven? and is in every way entirely satisfactory HARDLY if not sooner Crash Go The Prices Annihilation Sensational Devastation Astounding , Destruction This will surely Turner had exhibited a new paint ing in the Paris salon and on the opening night a number of his friends spoke derogatorily of his work. He said nothing, but the next morning ho invited the samo friends to view the painting again. The criticism had been directed to ward the grayness of the scene, which represented a dead gray sea upon which was anchored a somewhat deader gray ship. From the background a gray fog rolled in. When the critics arrived the next morning a Vermillion buoy floated upon the gray waves and the Iron hawser that anchored the boat bad taken on a red tone. The picture sold Immediately and is now known as one of Turner's best. Mr. Parkhurst told this as an illustration of what forcing a color note will do to a picture. Milwaukee Wis consin. ORATOR'S TRIBUTE TO WOMEN Robert G. Ingersoll's Eloquent Description of the Beauties and Virtues of the Gentler Sex. W. F. HIGGIHS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Pictures Framed to Order Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kntuck FOR We have cut Ioose-w- e have cut deep--w- e have cut crosswise. be a cut up affair. Never before were prices so mutilated AiONG LIFE Bewildering Those Interested, Please Read Fresh air and exercise, with proper food and a sufficient amount of sleep, are the essentials. Under such a regime of living, germs cannot develop, and many diseases aro prevented. Should the systom roquiro a tonic, take only such as you know their in- Come buy for your every want. Come and buy for the children, then when you are through stock up for future wants for let us caution you that a bona fide price slash like this happens once and may never be repeated Our Price List Got Wet s Laws How These Prices Have Shrunk Every bargain here described will be offered at the opening of the sale. You will be as mad as a wet hen if you delay and let your neighbor tell you about it Close Wove Wear More Hose Blacks and tans full "fashion just to prove that we mean Workman's Suspenders Made in full length and built for hard usage. We have 'em now, but Handkerchiefs A standard article of merchandise that sells the world over for 10c to make an en cashment, but one woman can make a home. I not only admire woman as the most beautiful object ever created, but I reverence her as the redeeming glory of humanity, the sanctuary of all virtues, the pledge of all perfect quali ties of heart and head. It is not just nor right to lay the sins of men at the feet of women. It Is because women aro so much better than men that their faults are considered greater. The one thing In thi3 wprld that is constant, the one peak that rises above all clouds, the cne window in which the light forever burns, the one star that darkness cannot quench is woman's love. It rises to the greatest heights, it sinks to the lowest depths. It forgives the most cruel Injuries. It 100 men Is perennial of life and grows In every It takes business Water Price Water Price Water Price 3c 6c 13c climate. Neither coldness nor neglect, harshness nor cruelty can extinguish it. A woman's love Is tho perfume of the heart. This Is the real love that subdues tbo earth; the love that has wrought all miracles of art; that gives us music all the way from the cradle song to tho grand closing symphony that bears the soul away on wings of Are. A love that Is greater than power, sweeter than life and stronger than death. Robert G. Ingersoll. Russia's New Naval Base. Reval, which Russia proposes to make Into one of her strongest naval bases, has under a variety of owners, been a fortified town for many centuries. The Dane3 were the first to occupy and strengthen it in tho thirc teenth century. Then came the league, which made it one of its leading ports, and then In 1561 it became Swedish territory. Bombardments by the Danes and Russians failed to reduce It, and It was still an Important fortress when it surrendered to Peter tho Great In 1710, and since then It has been greatly strengthened by Russia. Perched on a hill within a huge circling harbor, Reval still retains memories of Its checkered history. A year or two ago I found about half a dozen droshkies on the stand In the quiet market place. Between them the drivers chattered In German, Swedish, Russian, French and one of them could bargain only in tbo language of Lithuania. London Han-seatl- gredients such is Vinol, whioh is a delicious comDination of the health-givin- g properties of the cods livers "with all the useless grease eliminated and tonic Iron added, happily blended in a mild, medicinal wine. For this reason Vinol Is regarded as one of the greatest body builders and invigorators for aged people. It invigorates and builds them up, and keeps them up. We sell Vinol with the understanding that if It does not give satisfac-t'.o- n tho price will bo returned. 15. L. 51 1 1) DEITON Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy does the 36-t- f work Wines' Drug Store. TIME t. ... . - IT LIE'S I START YOUR JO Jl BMET ACCOUNT MM. Oopjrlght br the SUndrd Adr. Co. TO-BA- Y "Wool" Deatlierge desires to chase your wool ami .vill pny the high est casli prices for same. bofore spring cleaning. H Yesterday is gone. Have your furniture put in sood order Bahlow 30-t- f vfc Dozibk. Thursday, June 13 LOOK FOR THE BIO BLUE BANNER Read These Prices on Men's and Young Men's Suits Men's and Young Men's $8 and $J0 Suits Realty its almost giving them away. They are excellent fancy Oassimeres, medium shades of beautiful blues and gras and nicety tailored; all sizes Water Price SALE STARTS 307 Bast Main street. Headquarters for oil, bindv twine, repairs forharvesUag machinery. Phone Richmond Healing and Plumbing Com51-- lt pany. One way to rolievo habitual constipation is to take rnguhirly a mild laxative. Down's ltegulets are recommended for this purpose. 25e. a box at all drug never comes. You can't bank on the wings ol the future. You MUST 5TART your bank ac count TODAY STATE BANK & TRUST CO. RICHMOND, KY Today is fleeting. Tomorrow stores. lm at 9 A. M. Sharp. An extra force of salespeople have been engaged to insure prompt service For 31-- tf Rent J. Tktis Cobb. Fine blue grass tend for gracing. For 5ale. Nice barouche in good condition. 10.-- Hot M. C. White tM. Hamilton Lost Phone 484. tf Ruys calves, cows and fat cattle. 30-Call him up. A baby carriage pillow ombroidored in Men's and Young Men's $12 and $13.50 Suits This lot includes all wool lours, Cassimeres Ve- Men's and Young Men's $15 Suits In this grade we show all the new coloi'S and a large line' of staples. All wool Blue Serges nicety tailored and perfect g fit-in- Men's and Young Men's $18 and $20 Suits This assortment is great. We must have the cash quickly so out they go. All high class fabrics made in the latest style and tailored by experts. This is the greatest offer we ever knew and Blue Serges; beautiful new patterns and models that will surety please you. They're going out quickly Water Price Water Price Water Price $4.95 In an immense assortment of the finest suitings; all rich new designs in the smartest color tones. Here's where we cure you of the tailoritis. Come in and judge for yourself $7.95 $ $10.95 95 Come in and take your pick of regular S25 and $30 Suits. Absolutely $13.95 Men's and Young Men's $20 and $22.50 Suits Unreserved Choice of the Finest Suits in the House not a garment reserved everything goes. The finest imported and domestic fabrics, hand tailored in every stitch; new and exclusive designs 16. (lO Six Years to Construct Clock. A clock constructed throughout of glass is the result of six years' work on the part of a Bavarian glass polisher. The plates and pillars which form the framework are of glass and are bolted together with glass.screws. The dial plate, hands, shafts and cogwheels are of glass and glas3 wedges and pins are used for fastening tho various parts of the running gear together, says Like the clock Itself, the key by which It Is wound Is of glass. The construction of the remarkable timepiece was a matter of infinite pains. Some of the parts had to be made as many as 40 times before a clock that would go could bo Tit-Bit- pink and blue hoarts with initial M. Finder will please return same to this office. it Tobacco Plants For 5ale. I have for sale a bed of tobacco plants, 100 feet long , by twelve feet wide. Plants ready to sot. Mikb Pteiis, 404t llichmond, Ky. 1 A Hair! Hair! Ilraids, puffs and all kinds of hair pieces mado from combings. Work at a reasonable price. Hair drwssed in ttie lalost stylo. I have in stock the nowest designs in puffs and braids. I handle nothing but natural hair. Jlns. JIaudb Macket Walkbk 207 Wost Main, Richmond, Ky. 10-- tf SPANISH ORCHESTRA WITH A WOMAN DIRECTOR. 95 Men's and Young Men's Pants Men's tailored "Water Straw Hats Beautiful line of sailors and soft straws to select from they 0 at August prices. Here Ladies' Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps In all leathers and fabrics patent kid, dull kid, gun metal u4 Young Ma's 52.50 Pants, all bimb and nicely Priee. $1.95 Totmg menVS3.04.)e top panic, light and dark colors, TO OCT blue serge aad Mat atripas . Water Price Men's and ymmg nti'f regular S&M pants, beautiful raage of atytes, exuollawt all weal fatrt CO C Water Priae Men's aad young men's hand tailored $4.09 and fl.50 pJ p.OJ pS.HU Water Priae Regater $fi.W pants Water Priae Regular HM paate Water Price $3.35 $3.85 $4.65 Water Price Regular $2.00 "Water Price Regular $2.50 Water Price Regular $3.00 Water Price Regular $3.50 Panama Hats, finest quality, perfect stock Water Price Regular 5.00 hats COO hats Water Price Regular Water Price Regular 7.00 and 7.50 hats Lot of felt hats, all colors, good stj'les, soft and stiff hats, regular price from 1.50 to 2.50 Water Price $1.25 1.G5 .tan, suede, velvet and satin, white white canvas, white satin in all the now styles. Wo have cut deep . in every line, so come early don't wait 2.25 3.75 4.25 5.00 1.00 Shirts Big range of colors in soft shirts with collars to match, neat stripes and solid white, plain negligee and plaited bosom in new spring colors Regular 50 and 75c shirts. . . . Water Price 40c Regular $2.50 shoes and oxfords t-- t Water Price Regular 83.00 values JpZ.OD Water Price . Regu'ar $3.50 values o Qf Water Price Regular $4 00 values C3 CJC JpO.OD Water Price. Two lots of white canvas shoes and pumps, regular $2.50 grade Water Price 4 .OD Regular $2.00 grade f Water Price 4 $Q nr fr) or Billions In Exports of Manufactures. The estimate that a billion dollars' worth of manufactures will be exported In the current fiscal year, made by the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor, seems likely to be Justified. The official figures show for the nine months ending with March $730,000,000 worth of manufactures exported, these figures being 174,000,00 In excess of those for the corresponding period of the preceding year; and as the exports of manufactures In the year ending June 30, 1911, were valued at $907,000,000, the figures at hand seem to clearly indicate that the total, for the current year will pass the bmionollar line. Architect's Notice. I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superintend construction of such work. , Phone 101. Orders loft for mo at The Climax office will roceivo prompt attention. 31-N. B. Tunpiu. tf Spanish orchestra, one of the loading musicals of CbaaUO'ina la unique sot only In the fact that the Baembare dress n and gorgeous Spanish costumes, tot also ia that the oreue-t- ra director is a woman. This organhntloR for three years p -t has been upon the ChaiitaiHinas of the west ami middle wwst. Mr. Xloraoo V. Benjnniin. baritone, will appear as sole 1st with this organ ..t tiou thin an miner. THE Don't sell your wool until you consult He will pay you highest cash prices. tf B. Deatherage. The Climax $1 a Year $0 ' oT Board arid Lodin for fivo or six. Also two large rooms with two small ones adjoining, porch and cellar accommodations with tho above. 39--' f. Mns. r Claha Tkaylor. 010 X. Second St. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, eye'o e and live stock. tf LowxCuts for Men and Boys It is well known to all that we handle only the best quality in everything. Our shoes are built of solid leathers andSdll give you perfect satisfaction. We have them in aUlejithers. Pateritj'gun' metal and tans, blucher and button, regular $2.50 shoes and oxfords Water Price Regular $3.00 shoes and oxfords Wat or Price Regular $3.50 shoes and. oxfords Water Price Regular $4.00 shoes and oxfords Water Price . We have the Bay don shoes, Value, to close qut Boys' Suits Boys' regater 53.50 aad from 7 to 10 years Water Price L00 Knioker suits, all sizes $2.50 Boys regular $5.00 and'SC.OO Knlokor suits all new (TO 7T colors, nicely tailored and aH wool 4) Water Price Boys' regular $7.00 and $8.00 Knioker suits, full peg pants, linen lined, coats with 'hair olotb fronts, single and double breasted CT "7CZ Water Price Boys" regular 810.00 and $12.00 Nicker suits, full peg trousers, Norfolk coat, in blue, gray and brown C7 OO 4 .UU Water Price Regular 1.00 shirts Regular 1.50 shirts Regular 2.00 shirts Water Price 85e Water Price 1.15 Water Price 1 .55 Celebrate the 4th in Comfort Put on some white flannel trousers and a blue serge coat, tailored to order by Ed, V. Price & Co., Chicago; then you'll feel handsomely and correctly dressed for the celebration and will ASMMEIOFIEIFME 3M sign of that cznm and that was thrM years age." This Is but one of thousand of cases la which D- - D. D. has simply sway the skin trouble. D. washd T. V. cleanse the skin of the germ of Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases; stops the itch lawtently, and when used with D. D. D. mp the cures seem to be permanent. NotfelBg like T. D. D. for the complKlon. Trial bottle 25 cents, enough t pro re th Merit of this waaerto tss- alM rlv you a full sfsa sotti: ior fi.se on r &bo4bt Kc-an- na. J, J Silk and wash ties, regular 25c value Water Price Regular 50c ties NECKWEAR ' . 19e 35c Cool and breezy in all the well known makes such as Ralbrigan, Poros Knit, J). V. B. and Muncen UNDERWEAR wear AT MIGHTY LOW PR JOES ".;!!. $1.95 $2.35 $2.95 $3.35 $4.25 THE ROYAL HOME OF GGOD CLOTHES JV IClss Plckard of North Carolina. "It wxa all full of pimples and scars, but after using; D. X. D. Prescription for JEcsnia 1 can say that now there, is 1 "was ashamea of my face." writes Enjoy Yourself the Whole Day LorigjT Select fabrics now clothes completed. at our store and allow plenty of time tphave your The good fit alone is worth our prlccir-rcgard-- kss of our guaranteed workmanship and quality Comer Main and Second 1 T- S Stanifer, Prop RICHMOND, KY utss IBSl il CMS T (iMleinfill1 STOCKTON & SON - J&mffSmBm&. mm Tjj. fc TfT "n Hfl , IMn pi . v. , ... . .Kjmm .. rK ,. ... w E. V Elder 5 fc JB r 'KM Busy Bee Gash Store W. D. Oldham & Co Busy Bee Cash Store GREAT LOOM END Our Great Loom End Sale Begins Saturday The: Biggest Bargain Giving Event ever seen in this city Our Great Loom End and Clearance Sale will begin June 22 at 8 o'clock A. M., and Closes Saturday Night, July 6 When we tell you that this will be the biggest sale ever held in Richmond, you can rest assured that such will be the case. The magnitude of this sale will make history for Richmond Saturday, 10:30 P. M. June 22 and closes Saturday July 6, at Althojgh our spring business has been tremendous our stocks are in good shape and added to the enormous purchases made especially for this big sale. You will see a display of up to date merchandise thjt will be second to none shown in any of the large cities Owing to the very backward spring season we have had, this extraordinary sale coming as it does at the very time when you need the goods is the outcome of a very unusual trade circumBut why take up your stance. time reciting the facts that lead up to this sale What interests you is the fact that the sale is on and the bargains are ripe for your picking Extraordinary Offering in Handkerchiefs and linen handkerchiefs; a sample line was seeared by our buyer, they consist of embroidered edges, embroidered corners and lace trimmed, many of them worth up to 25c each. Sale price lor choice One lot of ladies' fine cambric If you have been waiting for this sale you won't be disappointed. Quality, price and styles will all be just what you have been waiting for. And now you owe it to yourself to inspect these extraordinary offerings Come the first day, come every day this sale lasts. You will see new bargains every time you come. Watch the price ticke!s in every department they all tell you of the bargains we arc offering Boys' Rompers and Wash Suits Children's Dresses Ladies' House Dresses in high and low neck, all colors blues, grays, dark and light grounds, all sizes up to 44, regular price up to $1 50 Our Loom End Sale prico One lot of Middy Blouse Waists, in sizes from S to 20 years red and blue trimmed; regular 75c seller. Sale price Choico of all our 81.25 Middy Blouse Waists Sale price One lot ladies' gingham and percale house dresses, Wash Suits and Skirts Men's plain white hemstitched and colored bordered handkerchies, regular 10c values. Sale price Ladies' hemstitched cambric handkerchiefs 5c 4c 2c One lot of about 250 boys' rompers, our regular 49c sellers, in blue, tan and striped colors ... . Sale price JOr One lot phhildren's gingham and percale dresses, in sizes from 2 to 0 years.Jrall made and pretty patterns, regular 75c --KQr . values. Sas prico One lot cjildrcn's drosses, ginghams and percales, One lot of boys' rompers, extra value for COc each, all sizes. Sale price One lot of boys' wash suits, blouse knee pants, in colors and white, regular price up to 75c each. Sale price 39c 43c pretty patterns A'-- i, Qn .7JC One lot of Wash Suits for ladles, la white, white with blue trim ming, blue with white trimming, all worth up to 10.50 Our sale price to close out , One lot of ladies Wash Skirts, the lot slightly soiled, consisting of all pure linen in white and brown, shepherd checks, etc. Soma of them worth up to 35.00 each QQ Sale price sizes from So 14 years, low neck and high neck, regular Soc valucs Sale prico . One lot children's extra fine dresses, made from fine ginghams art Galatea cloths, worth up to $1.50. Bale 43c 79c 89c price..' 70C I )no t Pmask. . lot of Red and White Table About 200 yards in the lot, t t. uu vtwuu, ur regular OA. ...1... iu juugius lruui O yards. Our Loom End Salo OA, . j ce, per yard 1 1 ' )no lot of genuine t oil color Table Pmask, Indigo Bluo Here is a treat for you and if you don't take advantage of our shrowd buyer's purchase it is your fault. We have decided to givo you no rem nants of Calico during this sale as our buyer was fortunate enough to pick up seven big cases of the very best prints, indigo blues, cardiaal reds Sao color, in lengths 1.9. vnrfls rpflilnr nrinft nft hnlt rfi Cots per yard. Our Loom End price, per yard, 25c black and white mourning prints, silver grays, shirtings, etc all the very Remember seven big cases, each case best brands of standard prints. containing 50 bolts, each bolt containing 50 yards, making 2500 yards to the case. Seven cases will give you 17,000 yards of the very best Calicoes to buy right off the bolt Vclf d During this salo at. 1 nelotol White Table Damask, in beutiful pattern's,' full CO inches wide, rpjilar 39c valfte, in' lengths from 2 to l.rds. Our Loom End Sale OQ. 2 prie, per yard Cie lot of extra 'flno Whito Table ifiuask. iu lengths from 2 to 3 yards. TJi kind, you pay 50c for full 04 inches wiij. Our Loom End Sale price A C petyard SHIRTS laundorod Shirts, white ground and dots, stripes and figures, sizes from 1 1 to 171- - These shirts are worth up to 75c each. They are abso lutely new, full size and wel mado. Bought especially OQ-f- or this sale One lot fine One lot of about 300 men's Work men's J(ie lot fino morcurized Bleach Table Daiask, in lengths from 2 2 to 5 yds. OgiLoom End Salo Priij, per yard W 39c We have secured for this Big Loom End Sale two lots of umbrellas one for ladies and one for gentlemen. Each lot contains about 150 umbrellas. They are all guaranteed waterproof and are made from We have a most gorgeous display of handles fine imported materials. to select from gold, silver, gun metal, oxidized and natural wood. QO Not an umbrella in the lot worth less than 81.50 and many of Uw them worth up to 83.00. Our salo price for choice ' Oe lot of Knitted Sanitary Wash fr Rag, about 500 in tho.lot. C Siftcprice, three for 2l unuino Whito Linen Finish Duck, 1 thg jnd.you pay 15c per yarcfor. Our sale prico... . ' A Flyer Towels One in lot of fast edge, fringed, beached, individual towels, regular price Cc each or C5c a dozen. Our sale price 3ljc Af)m each or per dozen. One lot of genuine Huck Towels in plain white and red borders, good large size, regular 15c sellers Our sale price One lot of bleached Turklsn tfam loweis, ;o iu. muc iu .u. extra heavy quality, the same towels you pay ooo ior anywhere. Our Loom End Sale price Shirts in blm, tan and striped materials, full size, well made, every seam double and locked stiched, mado to sell for COc Our sale price Our entire new spring line of Men's Shirts, consiting of the celebrated E. & W. brands, the cole brated Furguson McKinny soft collar and rolled cuffs, all new up Also fine white to date styles. pleted Basom shirts, all worth up to 81.50 each. RQr Our sale price .... 500 Mon's high grade soft collar and rolled cuff shirts in plain white, tan and fancy patterns, worth up 75c each. Sale price. n 80 yards India Linen, regular 7 l-- valu , pr(ci Our salo T YTRAGOOf) BOYS' CLOTHING. to-'l- 7 ' I 30(yards fine quality India Linen, our seller. reguir 12 Our Sale, price per yard o 7 "f Embroidered Whito Krinkle Italia, worth up to 40c per 1T Jl yard. Sale prico per yard SOCyards ' JJ- - We have to close out during this salo 200 Boys fino knoe pant suits, made by Eiderheimer Stein and Co., the best maker of Boys' Knee Suits in the West:,' These suits are all fine cassimere suits, pretty patterns, sizes from C years, they range in prices from 2.50 to 37.00. The entire lot will bo offered during this sale at just half price. Now. here is a chance to clothe your txys up for school and the winter with fine clothing at half the original price. These suits were bought especially for this salo and won't last long.come ' get your selections early and save money. r 300 AAr 250y"ards fine white mercerized voille wijfi.atin stripo. Regular prico up to 056Ty.rd. Our Loom End Sale-ric- Pairs Boys' Blouse 40 to 50c sellers. Oyr styles, QO Kneo Ki Ki pants in sizes 'irom 5 to,lCyrs ,1. Our Loom and Salo price OO-Regu- e have.secured for thisfsale 500 ladies black mercerizedland heather bloom Petticoats, made by the very best makere, ruffled and QQ plaited and worth up to 12.50 each. Sale price 350 fine silk Petticoats, -- 'U lar 70C O ... J J2c .6, See the Red Tickets for sale reductions Cjatlot Ladies' Long Kimonas, beautiful aolors, mado from fine quality, Fairs best grade Boys' Ki Ki pants Blouse. Knee,-- extra, well mado Regular price OQr double saddle seam sewed, sizes from 0 to 17 years. 75c. Our Loobb End sale price.. .., 300 taffeta and messallne, In all colors and black. The kind you pay up to $5 each for Our Loom End Sale price 200 ladies' striped gingham a-s- . JU a OC -- J9c on all boys' clothing. crept cloth, rcglt price up to 82.00 each. OurLom End Sale price made, all sizes and lengths, worth up to 75e each seruckr Pettkettc, wl 91 ri 43c . P Come, prepared for the biggest bargains you have ever seen. You won't be disappointed. 5ale begins ' Don't miss a single Red Price Ticket; One lot ladies' white Aprons, mida with stMa pockets. Alsq gingham cook aprow, wertk ap to 3f shlar m4 22c SATURDAY ? Busy Bee Cash Store A startling cterronsiration tremendous purchasing and dfct powerOur fcreaieat and most tot-portant sale. of our BeK Satiinby JUNE 22 June 22 Snd closes Saturday, July 6 Gett will take all your th wool and TheHnmiB Is Out Fire After Our Eitire Ftest. hilmt price. 43tf P7 CHURCH NOTES. MdStKk We desire o thank our, Iriends for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that we are filling all orders that were on our books and preparing; to accept new ones which shall be handled as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore? Please See Ds Before Placing Your Order Elsewhere We have opened an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse BUM WW mm LIM Will Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Quality Groceries Await You Here We tell you there's money for you in trading at our store. Good Groceries within the reach of all. Extra values for your money. It pays to sell Quality Goods. See Prices Quoted Below For This Week 25c 7 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 6 bars Ideal Soap 25c 5 bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Clean Easy Soap 6 bars "White P. & G. NaptbaSoap 25c Sewell & McKinney Phones 6 and 223 1 DE A CHAUTAUQUA BOOSTER-- By attending and boosting the chau-tauqhere, you will: ua Add materially to your fund of knowledge. (No one is too old or well posted but that he can learn more.) Be splendidly entertained. (This is the recreation season and lively entertainment will nicely supplement our other pleasures) Do a patriotic service for the community. (A permanent annual chautauqua is a boon Dan Brack, lire, lightning, cyclone Since its organization the British and take ltrnal tf Foreign Bible Society has issued nearly jm marttaken tateroaUr.Mawdlce. Hall'a Catarrh and lire .stock insurance a&4 acta directly upon Cure U the Need t4 Bscoca asrtice. Hall'r Catarrhwith ten thousand separate editions of the Core la . sot a quack' medicine. . It waa preAn extra pair of trousers "FREE ... rt .V. In till. 11 V.. each suit made to measure for the nest Scriptures in over six hundred country for jeara and li' a regular prescription:) la compoaed or toe Deal tonica iwira, comit xRice & Arnold. few days. bined with the beat blood purifiers, acting- d! perfect nirficea. In the foreign mission field the South rectly oo the rancoua Ingredient! Thewhat proWe will furnish you the best awnings la of the two em JJsptist Uliurch added 4.300 new, comblnatloa wonderful result! la carina; catarrh. duces such and put them up at lowest prices. testimonials, members to its roll during the last year. Send for 7. CHENEX free. Props., Toledo, O. F. Bablow & Dozieh. 4 CO., inu is an increase of 700 over the year Sold t7 Drunlsta, price 75c. constipation. 39-t- f 307 East Main street lake Ball's Fasti? Fills for before. E. Deatherage is receiving wool at the Mr. Soroku Ebara, a local Methodist Take Madison Tobacco Warehouse. your fleece to him and get the highest preacher in Japan, has been made a A Beautiful Tribute. member of the House of Peers by the 48-t- f market Drlce. Editor, Mike Hetherington, in his "Qaacl (knii i man liltrrnnt. Rmnnrnr eiegram Building material of all kinds at w- - in his business?, he shall stand before paper, the kaKeiana ttia.j oa"fllotlier's uay" paia me ionowius W. Broaddus & Co. Get prices Deioro k, to his mother whom nlacinc vour orders for this clas . of.1 mi., i - beautiful tribute 0 -- ip.i r L 48-' uuitrui t'l oauuaui-scuoI rurK ui he never knew save in infancy. goods. the Northern Presbyterian church, now "He never knew her. His coming in- o stock owners use twenty-fiv- e years old, has during that to ,he WOrld was the sicnal for her going Veterinary Remedies. All medicine time organized 20,000 schools, with a forth. A few brief davs she clasped no filler. For sale by Stockton & bon, membership of 1,200,000. Out of the hlm lfl hnr heartihe heart whose last druggisis,Richmond,Ky.. AgenU. schools li515 churches have been found- - beats were most for him: then, ere the baby eyes had learned to look with re- Let us give you a bid on your house ed. painting, outside 01 inside. Only best The Baptist denomination is making cogination upon her, she kissed them material used. Workmanship guaran solid gains in Cuba. The Northern closed and closed her own forever Vaguely through life he missed her. Bablow & Dozieh, teed. branch of the church has in the island Times, as, a boy, when the night wind 307 East Main street. f seven mission schools, forty-four- ! churches and 2,218 church members; moaned outside, and within fantastic Don't forget W. W. Broaddus & Co. while the Southora branch has twenty- - figures and shapes of fear formed in the will furnish you with good, hard brick two churches and 1,300 church members. darknss, he conered beneath the covers 48-t- f at. $9 rer thousand. of his cot and wept passionately for Metals require a high temperature in something that he wanted but could not Our contributors and correspondents order to fuse, but John Calvin and John name though afterward he knew that will please remember to white on oxe Wesley have fused amid the snows of the thing he craved was, sheltering causes ONLY, as BIDE OF TIIE PAPER Canada. Three hundred and sixty-nin- e mothers love. His playmates had ever the compositor to "speak out" when tf Canadian Methodist congregation polled a source of unfaillinglove and sympathy trrittpn nn hoth sides of the paper. C3. ICC votes in favor of union with the from which he saw them copiously and W. W. Broaddus & Co. will furnish Presbyterian and Congregational chur contnously draw; and he felt that the eood. hard brick at 89 per thousand, bee ches of Canada with only 8,010 against fates bad left something out of his them before placing order for anything jt life, and in the midst of the buoyancy 48-t- f in this line. 'One hundred thousand caddies are of youth his eyes would grow wistul and Sunday school by golf," a0' his heart be sad Itching piles provoke profanity, but kept from Then a man and sometimes, after cording to the report prepared by the nrofanhv won't remove them. Doan s committee on Sabbath observation for the struglo of the day, when came the Ointment is recommended for itching, to the 124th Assembly of quiet hour musing o'er flood and fell, hWdinir or Drotrudinc piles. 50c. at Dresentation church or gazing far out into the sad and solemn the Northern Presbyterian im inir liriifr store. n "j sports blight character," cor sea he would dream of the land beyond "Sunday . . iti u i uir the setting sun of the mystic glories i.xiuo-ieiuNow is the time to get rid or your, iinues tue repon. prison started that way which eye hath not seem and of her rheumatism. You can do it by apply-- 1 thoso who enter who loved him first. Aye, others came log Chamberlain's LInement and mas by Sabbath breaking, largely by Sunday and crept into his heart and filled it with - sports." saging the parts freely at each applicaa'love that was almost pain; but in its lm tion. For sale by all dealers. In their State convention the public innermost holy of holies he kept ever a rAPftntlv rfl- f niflinrc nf Tllinnt: ... cliiil a chamber inviolate for the mother he wnen m neea o. t a veml of the court Btt solved any oi lis Drancnes, ratmiug imyiu- - decision against Biblo reading in the never knew. And it pleased him to believe that, ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, I schools. Bv an overwhelming vote they Vl tYlnllrrll cw mo. uui, clin ntnlli.J . I mwufjit lm " n tint alio naiftcu Tluhher tires &c. eet prices from R. E I I placed themselves on record as favoring through life besido him.and many times l. ; ,, of .he ScriDtures aimer, unioavuj.' made her presence felt in sweet sugges- ris-- 1 all public institutions, where the tions of kindly deed, in silent stirrings A sprained ankle may as a rule be in is being trained, and of the heart that turned him from temp three to four days by ap ing generation cured in from movement to have the exist tation s way. And whatever of good, of plying Chamberlain's Liniment and ob organized a decision rescinded. gentleness, or generous impulse ever serving the directions with eacH bottle. ing court For sale by all dealers. Attention! Poultry Raisers. blossomed in his life, to her he gave the credit. It has long been a Democratic custom Mr. W.T. Vaughn, grocer, corner uoi-a Thorefore, on Mother's Day, when in Madison county to give a second term lins and Main streets, has installed This thousands have the blessed privilege of prindinir fresh bones. mil! for o uj .i iuu$e ujuuutia i.u ...rnnr thi, iimv iI laying the votive offering of their love jreiiw"' most excellent food for all ,inri rf vnn . makes a nrnffiia .i u.d. YVCUUU.... at their mothers' feet, and other thouCall n mLB no mistake bvdecidine to cast kinds of fowls. 5 cents a pound. sands live ovor tender memories of days 4S-tand see him. Phone 014. vour vote for IL B. Terrill for when mothers walked by their side he tion to the office of County Court Clerk. wears the white flower for her for her Predicting the Outcome. His record is oDen for the closest inspec to whom he believes his nature owes its tf A prominent citizen in a small town best. tion, of appenwas striken with an attack So, in the dusk of this dear day, while Bags ForBIuegtass Seed. dicitis. Tho editor heard of it and has- the flower is fading, thouch its fragrance is tho A. L. Gott has for sale 1000 bags for ten to make an item of if Here lingers still, he writes these lines for 50-- 3 1 way tho enterprising editor wrote it up: the sake of those who, bluegrass. like him, knew fellow-citizeJames "Our esteemed mother only in tho land of dreams. Good Mare For 5ale will go to the hospital tomor L. Brown When you go tiaveling, be sure to get Eight years old, suitable for buggy or row to bo operated upon for the removal carriage. Any lady or child can drive of his aDDendix bv Dr. Jones. He will travellers checks from the Madison Mrs. L. J Schlegel. leave a wife and two children." National Bank. Good the world over. with safety. Phone 9. 51-45-t- f No indentification required. Catarrh Cannot Be Curad AFPLICATIOKS, i Ihtr ctnaot the iHneut. Catarrh l rch ml ot Htvete. auJ Is order to a blood cure It Of confutation! with LOCAL the Ini O DRED. on NE OF THE SIX HUN Qur community is State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TIA1MNS SCIMi W TEfcCIEKS rnilOPrC TUITION Preparatory. State cute, Lifj Diploma. County CertfffoateRevieWjf'Speciai Certif-uUUItiiLi) - fortunate this season in being one of 600 Chautauqua centers FREE TO APPOINTEES Summer Term Opens June 17, ASK ABOUT IT. 1912 t-.- U oj Cal-Sin- 43-C- the American Continent Hundreds of places have long wanted Chautauquas, but can not get them. It costs lots of money to bring tents, platforms, seats, speakers of National reputation, and an army of magicians, musicians and other entertainers to participate in a great seven-da- y continuous program. Local Enterprise supplemented by the capital and other resources of the Redpath Bureau the oldest Bureau in the world, also the fact that this place is within y easy railroad connection with other notable' Chautauquas, has made it possible for us to boast of being one of America's 600 Chautauqua centers. Best of all, this year's success means permanency, and that this place will be the mecca for thousands during Chautauqua week every year. one-da- ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. 39-V- When a New Perfection Comes in at the Door Heat and Dirt Fly Out at the Window. This Stove saves Time saves Labor What would it mean to you to have Ii saves Fuel It heat and dirt banished from your kitchen It saves YOU this summer to be free from the blazing range, free from ashes and soot? M3a with 1 , 2 and 3 btxra en,(wih kwa enameled!, MoerT caa bakftd with or without Jtov Iferction. Oil Cook-stov- e With the New Perfection Orcn, tKe New Perfection Stove is the. mojt complete cooking device on the market. It is just u quick acd handy, too, for wuhing and irociag. (Incorporated in Kentucky) Corinston, K74 LouIsTifle, Ky4 Atlanta, Ca Cirxnm2nam tfarmcn. KUocU 6niJifd dbfettzfcovt itoves Tto 2 and drp iMm, Wwai racks, catwrtlap.'wWiafctedwA . LET'S ALL HELP MAKE THIS YEAR A SUCCESS. cte. AB JaaWt carry &e New Pejfcefeiaa Stave. Free Cook-Po- withercryrtcrre. Cook-Boabo gmo la ayoe gwJng 5 ceati to cover voaiX-- i3 ccL. STANDARD OIL COMPANY A1&4 aju! Jacksonville, 1 Fla xu....ub FEED N6 For Production of Eggs This is ono very essential point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied with the material from whichJEgrs are made. A Hen is only a machine for makinc Eggs out of the material which sho tinils in her feed, ami unless sho is given tho proper TOXIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 1 m re-el- f. The People's TAKE Airs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. Write in Lir AfvicArv for Special Instructions, and 64-pTWt -- Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. Must Believe It When Wej nown Richmond the Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TOXIC which acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of tho fowl. 2 to any town or city.) I Help bring about a more general knowledge of great public questions throughout the land. (The chautauqua and lyceum platform and the newspaper are the greatest factors of the day, im disseminating information on great prob!eans$ i ONE DROP down the throat ot a capcy' chicken destroys the worm and save! the chick's life, few drops In the drln'tins wati- - We have the stock and they are good, strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets layeu during an uiu com nnwu v. wo They are exceptionally past winter. good layers and began to lay at We have a few hens five months old. for $1 each. Eggs 50c for 15;81.00 for CO; $2.50 per hundred. Telephone 224. A. D. & C. D. Miller, 41-t- f Richmond, Ky. People Tell It5o Plainly. When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Richmond, the proof is positive. You must believe it. Read this testimony Every suf ferer of kidney backache, every man, woman or child with kidney trouble will do well to read the following: Claude Harris, 151 N. Estill Ave., Richmond. Ky.. says: I found Doan's IviflnRV Pills tn Yta n fino .am t,A r k5(inevs. My back was iame'and my kidneys were out of order. The trouble kept me awake at night and I felt miserOIB .uu"ne me aay. since 1 used Doan's Kidney PilIs.obtained at Middal- ton's Drugstore. I have felt better. The action of the kidneys was regulated and me pains ceasea. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents, Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for the United States. Re member the name Doan s and take nO other lm Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. tf - RICHMOND PRlJGc CO. JjJJ - fhlU ,i inn imnrn .iininTiir; ri , f...u lnnogl. 1 CUII. book. --Home Treatment lor Women," scst free J 56 k' CURES snd Don't Be Afraid PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, choler. and other chick diseases. Farmer 9 Attention for the Eat What YOU Want. Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman Bourbon Poultry Cure hi. ni hand Write for free sampl .mi Rnnklet on "Diseases of Fouls." Addresf 13DEEQI B One 50c Bottle of Slakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle EH EOT CQUP1XT. c Leiiatoo. lj. with srood sense but w had Sold by Perry's Drug Store. beauty enough to make her YOU PEARg self highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with TUMOR GROWTH BUXCUES to know of joy and satisfaction just drop you will be glad of treatment.the successful nonsurgical system No knife, radium or scrum. in amon the customers at "I am a clergyman and G. A. II. veteran. I Eat what you want when you want it Two or three tablets and 'Digestit." after meals digest all the food, pro- in- .... . ."-- -n cilia uioucao, ,itav. inrtif.ftinn Digestitisa little tablet stantly. Brown's easy to swallow, absolutely harmless. It has relieved thousands and is guaranteed to please you, if not your money refunded 50c. Henry L. Perry, Rexall Druggist. We are Agents TEiN THOUSAND NEW ROLLS .n.0. Brown Riding a nd Walking Cultivators Also New Western Cultivators Malta double-shov- el 1912 WALL PAPERS Just received and are on sale at 2 Single RoII- -8 'AS Madison County Court William Ledford's Trustee, Assignment for Benefit of Creditors. Ordered. that the assignee of William . s.t 1. L,eUlora, JOB -. vucuauiu, a.uvori.iD iut claims as by law directed and all per- X- l2c Yards CANCER SHERIFF S SALE 1, 2, ! 5 and J 4 tooth Cultivators. mccormick up In price. Remember we sell you 4c, oc, 6c Lackey Telephone 62 & Todd Opera House Building The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing a The Boy With a Watch is always the eavy ot his companions. If yt want to make your boy really happy give him a watch that will keep real time. You can get one here for very little money or for as much as you oare to pay. We guarantee all watches we handle and tho guarantee of this jewelry store means something. thank God that I went Sco miles to the Bin;, hamton CanCeitorium and Sanitarium. I had 3 cancers on cheek and lip, one of it years duration. Other cancer doctors failed. My face is well. Scars hardly noticeable. A wonderful cure without knife orloss of blood under Dr.S.Andral Kilmer's My age was 67. I saw ladies being treated for cancers as large as saucers, who went away re joicing. Send for Dr. S. Andral Kilmer's Red Book and see my picture and report. Gratitude and a desire to be of benefit to sufferers, impel me to state this for the public good." Jtrv. D. Jloawso.v, Danville, Illinois. Come now for treatment, or Write to I Kiilhamtea CssCcrtorisa and Siiitarism I I Blsnuatoa, . Y. Telephone 1061-- J I Send for Fret Red Book full of nroofs and approvals. 48 pages SS illustrations and din. ical reports of marvelous recoveries from epi. thclloms, sarcoma, carcinoma or cancer. Matt Miles Per DeSar The most durable rubber, the sturdiest construction, make strain-resisti- ng perly verified in the time specified by law will bo deemed to have waived his right to participate in the assigned nstale. A CODV. R. B. Teubikll, Clerk, In obedience with the above order of tho Madison County Court, all persons holding claims against William Ledford Till file same with the undersigned or All his attorney, John C. Chenault. persons holding or filing any claim against the assigned estate of William Ledford, are hereby further notified that the undersigned will on July 11, 12 and 13, 1912, sit to receive claims, and will receive and ule all claims propony pre- scnted at the law office of John 0. Chen ault in the Douglas & bimmons building on any one of the days above stated. Joe P. Chknaolt, Assignee William Ledford. 51-W. R. Shackelford. Judge. 4t By virtue of Venditioni Exponas, No. 3, 4, directed to me, which issued from the Clork's office of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of Berea Bank & Trust Company, against D. C Pullins, I or one of my deputies, will on Binders Mowers they match. Borders Same Price as Papers Paper Hanging and Painting . Main TV Wb will hang your paper at Me per roll (S yards), border mi ceilings same price, and do jour painting at the lowest priee. Only first-claworkmen employed ss MONDAY. JULY 1st 1912 between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 p. m., at the court house door in Richmond, Madison county, Ky., expose to public sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property (or so much thereof as may be necessary 10 sausiy piamtin s aeot interest and costs), to wit: $188.02 and the costs of this action, 33 acres of land, more or less, on the waters of Silver Creek, in the Glade Magisterial District in Madi son county, Ky., and bounded as fol lows: On the north by the Berea and Narrow Gap turnpike, on tho west by the lands of W. A. Johnson and on the south and east by the lands of J. W, Johnson, levied upon as property of D, C. Pullins. TERMS: Sale will be made on a creuu 01 inree momns, Donu with approved security required, bearing in terest si 1110 rate 01 six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the lurce uuu euecb oi a saie Donu. D. A. McCORD, Sheriff M. C TAYLOR & OLDHAM Mr- - Farmer: Make your home as modem for your family as a citv ret dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a ny tune, inis can oe accompnstieu oy means 01 our telephone Kervice, wue rou and your neighbor can cet for a sum that is small compared with the hen eBts received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct o headquarter Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers" Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we run immpdiatp) anterestyou. .1 .Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, MiesissiDD .: 1. T .11 o ,u i r rl liUUiaiauuuuu cuo ouuiueiu (Juiiiuu uiI luuiauu uuu tiii xuiuuis. 213 West Street Rural Telephones all Paper, Paints Oils and Glass, Pictures, Frames and Mirrors Free Book on Piles Tells How Cures Are Made With.an Internal Medicine. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co., Incorporated MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER -- Firestone mm Tire and Rims undisputed leaders by right of service accomplishment. RICHMOND, KY WILHIR R, SMITH IUSMESS COLLEGE. LEXINfiT0N,KY. M4Mg,KlMCC, menndwom.nfor TW-Wrttll- FOB A - FliUttOSRAFnY. ... ... C ' T.T. isi iHinen uo roomi, na can llHnUHVnf nt&kn) iknforviih DuiBMirMiiM kpmmh.i rocau for ladlr. Udf ttachen. Scant of ltdle tb muion. MteaUaas. BooUufplar, . iSutinc. ! UemaUl . ri Minnf.ri.ri. AHthmMlc InSfrltioallr tmueilt. iiborUuuid, and Trlrrrapby mt iptdkl. JPwrlUn m. 1 .3 SeU Br All Dealrs Who Canaider Qmdjty """I."'"1'mt mnT MrneT ud Brsla AtUnM MIL1JUH )t SJUTK, '-rr, Kj. Ul. ttnil rrt Con.. Siy Do you know the cause of piles? Is it inward or external? Is it a sking disease? Will salves or cutting cure for good? June 12th, 1912. Do you know how Dr. J. S. Leonhardt t internal cure? found the These questions fully answered in a booklet mailed free by Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. If., or by B. L. Middelton's Drug Store, who sells HEM-ROIthe successful remedy at $1 per large bottlo, under guarantee. At all drug stores. long-sough- Handsome Silk, Linen, and Pique "A little bit the best Mower that ever went into the field" THE NEW WALTER A. WOOD Dresses,noj on exhibi tion at MOWER L world-famouen Lost, Strayed or Stolen from Madison County Stock Yards, on Saturday, June 8, 1912, a red cow, no horns, small brindle stripes about eyes, weighs about 850 pounds. Reward. UUAS. ilABTIN. John R. Gibson & Co.' Store. T be smartest ve W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Smm SEWINi MACIHE CI. Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Is now comfortably domiciled in the Clay building on Main street. Call on us for the celebrated Singer machine, needles and attach: : : : ments. Rakes. & Plumbing Co. is making special low prices on the Cinders Milwaukee Mowers, The Richmond Heating and 51-- The Adrmral is the latest 7aitcr A. "Wood Mower. In it is concenfuty-scvyear experience. It posscssc ail t'.ie pccul.ar s. features of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers Its new features make it even more valuable to the farmer. The following statement of a prominent Illiaois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. "The Admiral is just a little tit the best Mower thct erer went into the field. Fanners come in every day Idling what a vondsrful machine it is. We would not bay anythinz else' 0g0' Till trated their FOSTER'S OPAL An All Cast Range With a Record : : ' CONSIGN YOUR m Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home' New York : Novel'Cotorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL. CARD EKIXGS ME Wh-e- J. W. DEHART, Sales Manger. has whooping cough be to k the cough loose and expetontUB my by giving Chamberbe requir lain's Cough KKdy as ed. Tkfa rmdy will lo liquify the tough wstw Mi Mk H Maier to m- It bat btsjat hm4 suectvfb!-- u BMwy ipiitikii mmi- - k safe ad Cattle, 5heep, Hogs and Calves TO scyl Mower to every farmer in this locality. thit to keep potted on the ncacst in fsrm machinery will wgf8t f imtigmte the Admiral. M will surprise and delight yoa. N one We want to show wAo wants efiil joar efeikl C. C. Seal & Co. ny Uaia Stock Yard GftCMIMti .". OWo a jane 5 mo and the bait material. Y must see theft new creatle-the talk the town. Ci!l looglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street Everything in Hardware, Impiements, Roofing and Guttering . at once. a-fu- the time-o- f lighting the match. Seeorid Three bushels or soft coal will do all the cooking and baking for a large- family week. Yours very truly, - By actual test we have demonstratedlirsfc: A e Thof trritU wiiijr tiyuu pjuuua UI XU!L j.uuu iiuu POSTER'S OPAL will cook a meal, balc two pans of biscuits, one after the other-anneat twelve quarts of dish water ,in, the reservior and all in forty minutes frQiri d -4 V fc ttart. Will S. Norria tmr. far tut oy mil Wi, in J Mi L Gibson aaaa P 6 W. D; Buckley & Company v. St. J