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Is your house and barn insured? Bet
ter sec Burnam. the insurance man. tf
Best grade of cooking coal on the mar
ket.. See V. II. Douglas & Son at
once. 72 tf
Come to Owen McKee. Richmond
Ky. for dry goods and botions. Others
do and why not vou. if
We have a fu 1 line of Cow Peas, pure
German Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc
Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field
seeds at attractive price. See us
before buying,
if R. L. Arnold & Co.
Fresh Cakes received daily; Marble
Yellow, and White. They are good and
cheap at the price, 10c. each. I). B. Mc
Kinney. 70-lf
Panama Hats are more popular this season than ever. Light weight, great durability, and fine appearance combine to make
them the most satisfactory summer hats ever produced.
, You are" sure of correct quality if you come here; we handle no other kind; and you'll find a shape and style to your mind in
our unusually large assortment. All styles are shown in. the same high grade matetials, the finest possible for the price
Garden 5eed.
r 'Silts
We are headquarters for garden seed,
flower seed, seed potatoes, onion sets
etc. LacVey &. Todd. 47 tf t
For Rent
Two nice office rooms on Main street
for rent. Apply to
:tl-tf C. C. CULTOK.
Groceries, Fresh and Good
If it is fresh groceries you want, you
should try A. J. 1 (road d us, corner Third
and Broadway. Best goods sold at a
lit:le less than others charge. Give him
a trial. 72-2t
For Rent
One of the most convenient cottages
in Richmond, lacaled on Broadway.
Possession of same can be arranged with
Prof. M. L. Cannier who will shortly
move with his family to Lancaster, Ky.
.. T. Rice, at Rice &.. Arnold's. 71 2t
The Right-of-Way
Must be accorded to the automobile
for business and pleasure. We have the
ideal automobile for rent. If you will
call on us when in need of a machine,
we will til you out and as reasonably as
can be exjecled. Azbill's Livery Sta
ble, uo-lf
Wheat Wanted.
I have made arrangements with one
of the large mills of this section to buy
wheat for them, and I will appreciate it
if you will come to see me or call me by
phone be I ore you sell. Will have plenty
of sacks on short notice.
C5 tf T. T. Covingtox
Church Notes
Rev. E H. Hurnam will preach at the
Regular Itaptist church Sunday morn
ing at 1 1 o'clock. A cordial invitation
is extended the public to attend.
Chautauqua Tickets.
Those who pledged themselves last
ear to be responsible for the sale of a
certain number of tickets, and signed the
pledge card, can have them by applying
to Mr. W. S. Broaddus or Mr. P. M.
Stivers. It is hoped that all will gel
t tie i r lick els at once and push the sale
h it It em husiastn.
A Worker Appreciates This.
Wm. Morris, a resident of Florence,
iregoii, says: "For the last fourteen
enrs my kidneys and bladder incapa
citated me for all work. About eight
months atro I began using Foley Kidney
Pills, and they have done what other
medicines failed to do. and now I am
tlomg and feeling fine. I heartily r com
mend Foley kidney Pills." Foley Kid
ney Pills do nut contain habit forming
it rugs and are tonic in acting, quick in
results. They will help any case of kid
ney trouble not beyond the reach of
medicine. For sale by all lrugjists.
To a skin quite tanned from days on the
And a nature that fears no peril.
Add the thinnest of hose, a very few
clot hen
And behold the cute bathing girl !
Have just received a car
of finished Monuments,
Headstones, etc. in the
most beautiful" designs.
No Agents
Come direct to us and
save agents profits
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All that's best in all kinds of Straw Hats for both every day and Sunday wear.
For Boys and Girls
We sell the Keystone because they are like home
made garments buttons stay on, seams hold fast,
fabrics and colors stand the tub and come out bright and
fresh looking. Try them, you'll buy no other make. A
wide range of patterns to choose from. Most of them are.
r A few extra fine, 75 cents
Every day brings new customers for Speedwell Shoes. One man buys
them, learns their quality, and tells his neighbors.
They come in all fine leathers, tans, gun metals, vici kids, patents, etc.,
in shapes and last to suit both young and old.
Death of a Jessamine Woman
tin t'liiiia Mai. in Hutchison, who
has a number of relatives in mis coutuy,
died at her home last week in Jessa
mine, aired l. She was an excellent
christian woman and many there are
u lm i pa t9 .l.loiip.l liv her takine awav.
She is survived by her husband, four
daughters anil two sons.
"From 5heep to Wearer."
The picture film, "From Sheep to
Wearer," shown at the opera house Sat
urday night at the instaneeof J. S. Slan
ifer, proprietor of The Royal, was great-
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dicaies, every idiase of the wool from
the lime it is cui irom ine sneep umu
it is made into some of the splendid
clothes Mr. Stanifer sells.
Mr. T. K. Hamilton Makes Bi
Sale of Lots.
Mr. T. K. Hamilton sold to the Jessa
mine Really Co. of Xicliolasville yester
day J0 well-located lots in Burnamwood
for a fancy price, and the purchasing
firm will put them on sale within the
next month or six weeks These lots are
m. verv desirable part of town and
should sell readily.
At The Sign of The Flaming
"The Modern Prodigal." a two-reel
Vilagraph feature picture. This story
is one that is of heart interest to both
young and old. Admission 10c; chil
dren, 5c.
Comiso Wednksdat, 11 111,
A Biograph feature picture. "The Lit
tie Tease." Admission 10c: children
under 10 yea's of age, 5c.
Cotflkf T II U BHD AT, 12lh, .
"Red And White Roses," a Vilagraph
feature, portraying a political sury of
keen interest. Come and see for your
self. Admission Adults, 10c; children
under 10 years of age, 5 eta. 73-H
To The Voters of Madison
County. .
On account of the disease which has
caused the death of a number of horses
in Richmond. 1 have deemed it best not
to go into the country to see the yolers.
fearing that 1 might be instrumental in
spreading it. I make this public that
my friends and the voters of the county
generally may know why I have not
been among them. As soon as the dis
ease is stopped or runs its course. I hope
to be with them again. Thanking
them for their assurance of support and
.1... .In in m v heha f What-
ever they can, I am at their command
and with Dest wisnes,
Very truly,
A. 1). Miller.
Be E Belue & Company
for the latest styles in Ladies'
Ready-twear Garments
and get your
at a very low price
B. E. Belue & Co.
Main and Collins Streets
Richmond, Ky
Dr. Stanley G. Zinke
Announces to the public that, he has
opened otlices for the practice of medi
cine and surgery. Otlice, Collins H'ldg.
in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr.
Smoot. Residence, Hotel Ulyndon. Of
tice hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:?!0 to
i.'M p. m. 70 4t
Killed by a Train
The body of John Smith, aged about
40. was brought to this place and turned
over to Bennett fc Higgins. undertakers.
this morning. Mr. Smith, who had
been in the employ of the L. & K. rail
road, was run over and killed by one of
the company's trains as he sat on a
trestle near Hazard, Perry county. lie
is survived by his wife and several child
ren. The remains will be interred at
lierea. Mr. Smith lived in Madison coun
ty for a number of years'.
Invitations have been received by
friends here of Miss Josephine Pax ion
Warren, of Stanford, to her marriage on
June25ih, to Mr. Richard A. Asbury, a
prominent young business mau of tieor
L'ia. Miss Warren, who is a beautiful
and charming young woman, is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Charlotte Letcher Warren,
Her father. Hon. Richard C. Warren,
well known in this county, died some
live years ago. The marriage will take
place in the Presbyterian church in
Stanford at i.'M on the evening of the
Our line of Coifees are as fine as you
can get in any market. Give them a
trial. Covington Thorpe Co. 37-tf.
Commencement Week at
Eastern Normal.
This is commencement weeit at East
ern Normal and there is something of
interest going on each day. Sunday
evening in the Chapel Dr. II X. Quisen
berry preached a splendid commence
ment sermon which was listened to by a
very large crowd. Yesterday was class
and field day, when an interested crowd
look advantage of the occasion. Mr.
Crawford won the broad jump as well
as the standing high jump; Ad Thomas
won the running broad jump with Mr
Stevenson second; Prof. Keith the shot
put, with Ben Brvanl second and Mr.
Crawford was victor in the hammer
throw, while Miss Scoville won in the
girl's polalo race and Miss Dorothy
Flemming came second. Prof. John
son carried off the laurels in chinning
the bar. In the all up relay, the juniors
defeated the seniors, the juniors beat the
sophomores at ball and in turn the
Seniors defeated the Juniors.
Last night the High school Junior
and Senior reception was given and it
proved most enjoyable. This morning
presentation of Elementary certificates
was made and this evening the com
mencement play will be given in the
auditorium. Following is the program
for balance of the week:
Presentation of Intermediate Certifi
cates Wednesday morning, June 11th,
0:44 o'clock, Auditorium.
High School Commencement Wed
nesday evening, June 11th, 8 o'clock;
Address by Prof. A. S. MacKenzie, State
University, Auditorium:
Last Chapel Exercises Conducted by
the Senior Class, Thursday morning,
June 12th. at 0:15 o'clock. Auditorium.
President's Reception and Promenade
Concert Thursday evening, June 12th,
8 to 11 o'clock. Campus
Annual Commencement Exercises
Friday morning, June Kith, 10 o'clock;
Address by Hon. P. P. Claxton. U. S.
Commissioner of Education, Washing
ton. D. C, Campus.
Annual Alumni Business Meeting
Friday afternoon, June Kith, 4 o'clock,
Auditorium. -
Alumni Reception and Banquet Fri
day evening, June 13th, 8 o clock, hum
van Hall. (By card only )
The Board of Regents and the Presi
dent and Faculty cordially invite you to
be present at these exercises.
For a Short Time Only.
We will sell for a short time only our
own make of lard at 13c a pound in 50
lb. cans. AUman & Pigg, Butchers and
Grocers. Phone 17. ov-u
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Uajce home BEAUTIFUL.
'The District Leader" Tonight and Wednesday Night at the Opera House
Lower Floor 30 cents; Balcony 20 and 1 0 cents
Successful Term rinded.
The commencement exercises of
Caldwell High School Friday evening
marked the ending of another successful
year at that well known and popular in
stitution of learning. . The large audi-1
torium was packed to the guards when
the seventeen graduates received their
diplomas, which were awarded by Prof.
H. U. Caneer, who made a timely talk
in doing so. The address to the gradu
ates was made by Prof. T. J. Coates,
present State Supervisor of Rural Schools
but who was superintendent of Caldwell
High School for several years. His re
marks were in accord with his usual
utterances interesting and full of food
for thought. During the evening the
High School orchestra dispensed de
lightful music. The auditorium was
beautifully decorated with rare flowers
and palms and the scene was as pretty
as it was inspiring. The graduates re
ceived a great many presents, one for
tunate young lady being remembered by
nearly a hundred of her friends. Fol
lowing are the graduates: O. C. Brad
ley, Hugh Gibson Culton. Jamie Samuel
Dailey, Edgar Shirley Gunn, Reuben
Pearlman, Elizabeth Miller Blanton,
Josephine Kiel Chenault, Rosa Dobrow
sky, Harry Wood Huguely, Sarah Julia
Jones, Mary Lewis Martin, Anna Geneva
McCarthy, Jane Vivian Rice, Stella Bur
nam Taylor, Mary Josephine Terrill,
Ellen Walker, Ruby Powell Willoughby.
All kinds of Field Seeds. Feeds, Queens
ware and fancy Groceries. Two Phones
35 & 42. IX B. McKinney. 40-tf
Dr. John Cook Here.
Dr. John Cook, the well-known Stan
ford veterinary, is here vaccinating hors
es a a , preventive of the disease that
has caused the death-of some six or
eight of them here. Dr. Cook has been
verv successful in the treatment of hors
es and stands well as a veterinary in his
home town. He says the disease that
has been called black tongue is nothing
more nor less than catarrhal fever.
Til ford Jones' Picture.
The Louisville Times of Saturday con
tained a very good picture of Tilford
Jones, who managed the ball team here
last vearand who is now Dlavinir the dual
rofe of outtielding and coaching for the
Columbus, Ohio, team and running for
the republican nomination for sheriff in
Laurel county He is said to be making
good on the ball field and reports come
that he stands a good show of getting
the republican nomination for the office
of high sheriff of his home county.
Jones is an enthusiastic ball player and
is proving himself a pretty fair politician.
Odd Fellows Hold Impressive
Memorial Services.
The Memorial Services by the Odd
Fellows at the Grand Opera House Sun
day afternoon were tuh impressive and
pretty. The large building was well
tilled with Udd f ellows and others who
enjoyed the interesting program to the
fullest. 1 he opera house orchestra, un
der the leadership of Prof. Al Poeling,
discoursed soul-stirring music and Miss
Maude Wilson rendered a vocal solo in
a very charming manner. The address
of the occasion was delivered by Hon.
J. Curtis Renfro, of Louisville. lie told
of the- many good features of the great
order of Odd Fellows, the good its mem
bers ate doing and believed as many do,
that the world is made far better by the
uplift and genera work of fraternal or
ders. Mr. Renfro is a fine speaker and
his efforts were greatly appreciated and
enjoyed. After the ceremonies were
concluded the 100 or more Old Fellows
present and many of their guests of the
afternoon marched to the cemetery to
the step of good music made, by the
Richmond Brass Band and laid flowers
on the graves of their departed brothers.
Mr. Renfro made a brief talk there. Mr.
John M. Koland made a happy speech
in introducing Mr. Renfro at the opera
house and Mr. C. C. Wallace was master
of ceremonies. Hon. L B. Herringion,
who was on tha program for an address,
was unable to fill bis engagement.
Robert Fletcher Loses
Little Child.
Oldham & Lackey sent a coffin to Red
House yesterday for the two-year old
child of Robert Fletcher. We were un
able to get the pari icularrof its death.
Good Show at Opera House.
In street parlance, that is a cracker
jack show Manager Baxter has on at the
opera house. ''The District Leader'' is
an exceedingly interesting story and it
is well told in word and song by the
members of the company presenting it.
There are some pretty girls and several
excellent voices in the chorus and the
work of most of the members of 'he
company is highly creditable. The
District Leader will be produced again
tonight and besides, two reels of pictures
will be shown. The prices are 10, 20 and
30 cents; a bargain indeed.
Miss Maybelle Whitlock. of Kirks-
ville, and Miss Miss Daphne Hunt, of
Oklahoma City, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. T. 11. Parke.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Oldham have re
turned from Arizona, where they had
been spending the past few months.
Rev. Dawson will soon begin a tent
meeting at this place. AH are cordially
invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Parke entertained
a number or their mends al dinner on
last Thursday. There were about 30
Mr. Edmond Turner, John Turner and
wife, of Kirksville, motored over last
Friday and spent the night with rela
tives here.
Mr. Madison Burginbas the sympathy
of his many friends here in the loss of
his brother, Mr. Jasper liurgin, who re
cently passed to the great beyond.
Old fashion sugar house molasses at
CO cents a gallon at Lackey & Todd's,
47 tf t
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Still-ln-Love:-
You don't ever want 'love" to "fly out
of the window,' do you? Then you must make
your home beautiful and attractive. Nothing
Inspires graclousness and politeness between
people as much as refined, HARMONIOUS SUR
ROUNDINGS. You will find at our store Just
the handsome and graceful styles of new fur
niture that will make your home a perpetual
delight to you. Come In and see them and sat
isfy yourself that our PRICES will be reason
able and payments to suit.
A Dollar or Two a Week Will Do
Furniture. Camels Stoves and Ranges
Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Ky
Headquarters for Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Oil, etc.,
for all makes of Machines.
Manufactured by
Barford & 5ons, Luton, England
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John E. Sexton's
Holeproof 5ox, Arrow Shirts
and Crossett 5hoes
Wejjuy all kinds of country produce,
pay the highest market pric. Give us
a call. Covington Thorp Co. 57-tf.
R. A. Barlow can furnish yon with the
best Fly Screens, either wood or natal
frames. Phooe 129. 50-if
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