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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Eight Pages Today I nc RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911 - Section One Ulh YEAR NUMBER 30 Especially Low Prices are always to have you and inspect our goods Rural Telephones . E s r 1 Shopping Suggestions forXmas Gift Givers Girls' Women -- T- - I. T s " If -- I ly. Supposo you desire to raise the Abundance, Burbank, Red June, Santa The plum is one of ourrichcsl fruits Rossv Green Gage Gold, Damson or any other variety. If you have any of these in variety and oualitv but The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man growing on your farm or if you don't been done with it in Kentucky. Of our havo any perhaps some neighbor might is the tradenative varieties we have over 200, many supply you with just a limb, or two. of which have been crossed and improvmark which Take a small limb or two from the Fabrics filled. Of tho European varieties thero is thrifty part of tho tree and of tho present is found on a largo number. ing Japan has furnished a number of years growth. Water sprouts will be ' 1 every bottle plums from which by crossing and se- good if thoy grow well up on the limbs, When you havo secured, your sprouts lecting we have secured over 50 fino veof the genuine you must cut off all tho leaves, leaving rities. These Japanese varities are pertho stems about ono half inch Ion; haps the most promising because thnv Then you must wrap them in damp are such prolific bearers. From these moss or moist grass and kept, in a cool varities and others such men as Rurbanlc place until you desiro to begin budding. have produced a larco number of hybrids You can bud your plum into tho peach, the standard Cod Liver that are of the highest quality. plum or almond seedling. At a distance l'lum culture is just in its infancv of four inches from tho ground cut with Oil preparation of the and promises to be one of 'our greatest a sharp knife tho bark straight across and most profitable crops in the future world. full line Nothing equals for about one third the way around the Within tho last thirty and in fact, with young seedling. Then in the centre of in the last 15 years nearly all of our it to build up lihe weak this cut, start with tho knife and run a most delicious varieties havo been procut down for about one inch. Tho two . and wasted, bodies of duced. California has lontr since seen cuts will make a cross with each other tho value of plum culture and has real like the capital letter T. Then with young and old. ized tho profits derived from it. Xnw somo dull instrument, peel tho bark give York has been" waking up in this line FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS back just a little from tho top on both and now raises a large number of plums. sides so tlio 'bud may bo placed under In Kentucky where tho possibilities aro Send lCc, name of paper and tils ad. for tho bark. Wo use a dull instrument in as great as in any other state in the our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's peeling back the bark to keep from in Sketch-BooEach ban): contains a union except California, I havo never, juring thoyoung growing layer just be Good Luck Penny. but once in three years seen any home neath tho bark. This instrument may grown plums in our markets. This is SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St., N. Y. be made from a splinter flattered and We not ngtit. glad c are not livms: ut to our , sharpened with rounded edgo and cor possibilities. "We talk of the high cost ners. call of living, but when it comes down to In order to get your bud you may now must look for your first cop if you havo the real foundation of it, wo may find it take a sharp kcifo and start to cut about not already had a few plums tho sumin our neglecting to do several little a half inch about the place on the sprout mer before. It is not a difficult matter to things that might help us to got a livin where you cut off tho leaf. The bud carry out the abovo directions and prowithout so much cost. If wo take into is located in tho littlo pit just above duco a few plum trees of your very owr. consideration tho quality of many of the stem. Cut down carefully and Try it. It will afford you the 'greatest late varities of plums which aro so de this leaf smoothly from the point, a half inch amount of plcasuro of anything you can licious they will simply melt in our above to a point about a half inch be- do and will create an interest in some !a:n Sfreet, below First RICHMOND mouths, we can truly sav there is no low tho bud, gradually tbringing the thing that may open up a new life to fruit that is more palatable or better for knifo to tho surface. You must be you. Let doctors, merchants, clerks, children and general family use. sure to cut a little deeper than the bark. bankers, teachers, mothers and in fact There is a great range of flavors from wood with tho bud. everybody who has a for moments of very tort to very sweet and tho time of Cut a little of tho Now take this bud by tho leaf stalk and leisuro and a foot or two of ground, try ripening from June to October. This put it into tho place provided for it in it. When wo follow just ono line, we will give us five months out of the voar the seedling. Shove it down between soon become narrow. When wo lose when we can have nice fresh plums of and under tho two pieces of bark" you our enthusiasm and our interest in tho Mfiier MakoItyour home as mcdeiii for your family aa a city ret our own raising on our tables. peeled back until it fits tight. Then growing things, about us we aro about in h position to pet the latest market quotations i, et'ui8 Besides thero is no fruit belter adont- - draw the bark as nearly together over ready to die, if wo aro not already dead. P i rsn tie accomplished by means of our telephone service, whic :.'tib r eati g- -t for a earn that is email compared with the ben ed to canning than the plums, so we can it as possible. You can wrap it around It your trees aro not large enough to bud ) Call m Hldrs our nearret office or write direct to headquarter.- - eat plums all tho year round. We can carefully with rophia muslin strips cut in Juno you can bud them in Augnst or f in1 ni)Hti..n regarding our special 'Farmera' Lin e also make plum butter for our spreads one half inch wide and dipped in graft- September. In such case the buds will vom i' - hot enj yinr telephone r i we i:an inimpdja.pl Ou 't -s rover th- - States it Tennessee. Missitsippi and nothing is better for school children ing wax or with corn husks cut in strips remain dormant until tho next spring than a nice spread of plum butter for and moistened. Wrap over tho whole when they will start to grow. Leavo tie Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. j dinner. We can not only furnish Dlums cut with tho single exception of tho tho seedling standing until spring. the TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated of but most delicious sorts for the fami place whero tho bud and tho leaf stem About the first April take oil your ly there is a growing demand in the are located. These must not be covered wrappings and examine tho buds. markets for good plums at reasonable up. If these directions are carefully Wherever thoy look to bo healthy, cut prices and we need not bo afraid of over carried out, tho bud will begin to grow off tho seedling just above tho bud and stocking tho market. in just a few days. When tho bud is this will force tho growth into it. If is always tho fellow who cots his fully set and has a start of perhaps an some of the buds aro dead leave tho It trees started first who receives the bene inch tho wrapping should bo removed seodlings until June and bud again just fit of the fancy prices. There would be and the seedling should be cut off just below on the opposite side. In this way right hero in Richmond an annual mar abovo tho young growing bud. Be care- you need not lose a single seedling. in Aftor your trees begin tD bear fruit, ket for S5000 worth of good plums at a ful in cutting that you uso a very sharp reasonable price. We handlo nothing knifo so as not to disturb or move tho they will need some protection from in hero but what is shipped ovor the bud and thus sever tho connection. This sects and fungi. Black knot is a fun Rockies and this makes them very ex will continue to grow until lato October gus disease of the plum and cherry. This fungus gets on the limbs and pensive. He must produce our own and in many cases will bo three feet causes a dark colored knot or growth to plums. Can wo do itt Wo certainly high by that time. form. This, if permitted to grow will can. This plum is ono of the earliest In Xovembor you can reset it in your trees raised perhaps of all the fruit trees. orchard your yard or along your fences kill tho trees in a very fow years. It can be checked by cutting off the limb Besides several of our native varieties on tho farm. just about ono inch above tho knot and are so hardy that the spring frosts do If you so desiro you can let it grow in burning it. In this way you destroy not hurt them. your garden or nursery for another year both tho spores and tho fungus itself. Every farmer in tho state should have and then put it out. It will bo a littlo ONLY, for Japanese varieties arc usually not from 100 to 500 trees growing around his surer to grow and do well if sot in tho Tho somo of our prices Every citizen in this town and orchard in November aftor tho first affected by this disoaso and fences. best plums come in this variety. The evory other town should have a half seasons growth. In tho spring cut about o. Will A Trial next enemy we may look fcr is tho dozen good trees or more ripening from one third on tiio top and all tho side This is a small beetle witli a June to October, growing in his back branches. This will cause tho side long snout. It climbs around over tho yard or around the hottso somewhere. branches to form in abundance and will trees and lays its eggs just underneath Tho tree is very easy to produco and give a foundation for forming a good the skin of tho plum. It then takes its may bo made by budding seedlings head tho next summer. In tho Novem- shout and cuts a half moon or crescent grown from plum seeds, peach seeds or ber following or just ono year from set- around the egg at somo distance from it. even almond seeds planted in the fall. ting in the orchard, all limbs should bo The area within this cut uninlly stops When these seedlings come up in tho cut back leaving them only from four to growth and begins decay. Tho larva CASH STORE spring they should be cultivated careful- ten inches long. 'Ono year from that when hatched will eat tho meat of the ly and by the last of June they will bo date or two years from setting thoy plum and causo it to fall fremalurely. Fancy ready to bud. The seedling must bo should bo trimmed back somewhat with You can destroy them or at least check .24 FIRST STREET the size of an ordinary lead pencil be- a view to forming a nice vaso shaped tho damage by spraying carefully with fore the budding can be done successful treo. In tho following summer you bordeaux mixture containing arsinateof effective tho most lead. Perhaps method is to prepare a lar.?o sheet of muslin split to the centre and fastened by the four corners. This will give a chance to bring the tree in tho centre of tho sheet but by fastening ic along tho slit you can havo a complcto canvass under tho tree. Then lako a fonco rail or somo object that you can handle easily and after padding tho end carefully so as to not injure the tree," jtir the tree heavily threo or four times. Be quick or tho booties may fly after they fall. You can then pick up thoso that have fallen on the sheet and crush them. Another method of getting rid of them is to hang a half dozen pint, largo mduth bottles around over tho treo Into which has been put an anch or two of sweetened water. Tie these close to A nice assortment of these Oversomo of tho limbs and a lari;e number coats with two collars, one collar of beetles will bo attracted and killed. beneath the other, but cannot be If you can keep out tho 'black 'knot detected in either position. They and keep off tho curculio you will have look like any other Overcoat, but abundant crops. If you graft on to when the collar is turned up it iits peach bases or seedlings, it will boneccs-is the snugly under the chin. sary for you to look after tho borers which may attack your trees juat below Overcoat of the moment and is tho ground. very much in demand. If you find any, cut them out and fill in around tho treo with coal ashes. If you havo made these trees yourself you protect them from will bo very likely enemies but if you have tought the trees you may neglect them. In either caso you should give them the proper attention. Do not let tho grais or weeds grow around your trees. Dig around These Suits and Ove iccri? a them in tho spring and stir Mio ground made of pure worsted materials, CRBTOX a Jittle after each rain during- - the sum exeelentiy, fit perfectly, tailored mer and if tho ground is not very rich and are very desirable patterns. put somo well rotted manure around each tree and it will pay you blif. I wish to call attention to &)mo of tho more desirable varieties for yo',( to try. Of tho European varieties thtt following For For Mpii For Holiday Novelties in pure rich silks, beautiful, new should be planted in everjf .farmer's Toys Set of Furs Persian, popular plain colors, Christmas tints, neat Dolls orchard. Bleecker, a rapid, grower, Shirt Waists ats Ribbons figured and striped effects Slippers young bearer medium size, purple color jals 'Gloves Shoes V ests with yellow flesh and very fin;j. llloso Nullifiers T..car Bradshaw, vory early, rapii grower, Shoes Silk Petticoats X3oats dark riolet red color and voryigood. Handkerchiefs ,'IIats Gloves Coe's Golden Drop, lighl yellow, quite x Pur SeU Stationery " ' cs large very prolific and ripens'the last of ulanderchiefs Belts September. Grand Duke, a ,iato plum, perfumery Large Purso . "nders Doll Trunks, DolP;3 Dogs, Horseji, Cows, Lions, Teddy Jl' Stationery very fine, dark blue, thrifty ."ind! one of SilkJIose s Mippers 'Jewelry Buggies,. Ml: our best market plums. Gr Ml Gage, Neckwear Bears, Birds, Bcjoks, DishesJ Toilet Aarticles excellent quality, green color.J Jnedlum kinds, of Doll Furnitu fe, Rag Dolls, Bisque Tables, all Sweater Coats ( ases sise, very prolific, long lived and should " . Jewelry .s Esquimo Dolls, Trams, Fire Jiagmes, Autoraooiiei, be In every orchard. MooHrjili ripens SuitCsses -- c. Cooks. Flying Machines Hats in October, very large dark! Uae, Trimmed i- - fine quality, and abundjtril; bearer For Boys and is fast becoming a valimbl! ! tree In this country. Bed Magnuit; lJonum.j ripens in August, highest quality, weak MAS rioats jol-.$9 00 Blankets, alt i in POU III HIM) HHwm w. pm mi1 4.98 other trees. It is a strong ;oiver and 0.50 Blankets, all i l- -j ' 8.18 very productive. Peter's Yll ivrt Gajre. 5.00 Blanket. M l(W ii in tlt best yrilowrplum, rieli; ja MS flb! x:s I: . ..OalMto, Uft Mfc iM trohigh quality, a feed groWw ij Ml! a - in Main N. V. WRITE Plum Culture in Kentucky, This are now our shelves, also a complete showing of Late Summer School Dress Scott's Emulsion Materials We earn' a of Novelties, and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business, enables us to our customers V. WHITE t -- i- -- - J as. B. Parke Handles Only the Best Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables CASH he sells the benefit of the lowest his customers possibie. Order Convince cur-culi- You JAMES B. PAELKE Staple and Groceries Men's Presto Overcoats $10, $15 " $12.50 It Men's Suits and Overcoats $10, $12.50, $15 f J t Men's Neckwear - t c 25, 35 and 50 cents Areoplanes, Toys, Pianos Go-Carts, -- . ! , t t new-plu- Xmas Blankets and Comforts. Street KichmohdKy, i.'i Ha. home uso. Victoria, ono of the best for general planting. It is of tho largest size; red in color, and of excellent quality. It boars abundantly and is a rapid grower. Shropshire Damson, tho best of tho Damsons; oblong, dark purple, rich and good. It bears abundantly and is a fast grower but is not long lived. Fattening Rations For Hens. Of tho Japanese varieties wo should Ilatlon J. Cornmcal, five parts; select the following. Abundance, a'ycl-lowired, sweet, and very prolific ground oats (bulls removed), one part; Burbank, frco from rot, very prolific, animal meal, ono part; mixed with vory excellent quality and a rapid grow- sour milk. Bation 2. Cornmeal, two parts; er. Cliabot, ono of Burbanks, good bearer, dull red, very sweet and rich ground buckwheat, two parts; ground and very excellent for general planting. oats, two parts; mixed with sour milk. Ration 3. Barley meal, two parts; Chalco, another of Burbank's, fine qual ity, rich, sweet, abundant producer, and middlings, two parts; buckwheat, two has the shape and appearance of a to- parts; cornmeal, ono part; mixed with mato. Climax, flesh yellow, very early, sour milk. Ration 4. The refuse from shredded very hardy and prolific. It is said by wheat and sour milk. Burbank to bo ono of his best early When birds are confined fattenplums. Gold, hardy, handsoms, gocd ing sour milk aids digestion for keeps and and prolific. Gonzoles, bright red, very tho system from getUng feverish. If sweet, pleasant flavor, hardy and pro- no milk is available some form of anilific. Maynard, ono of Burbank's best, mal or green food must bo supplied to very large, dull red, flosh yellow, rich, make best gains. Should a chicken sweet, and extra fine for dessert. Bed for any reason go off its feed a good June, early, red, prolific, and of fine plan is to turn it out in tho yard for a quality. Shiro, light yellow large size, time. It" will usually recover in a rich, juicy and ripens two weeks before short time. Water should be given once a day In Burbank's. Sultan, one Burbank's warm weather and grit twice a week. dark crimson, subacid, fragrant, The raUons should be fed rather soft, delicious and a good shipper. The tree about like porridge. The food should Is a rapid grower, and very productive never remain before them from one Wickson, Burbank's very large, fino meal to the other. Take It away twenand tender. The treo is a good grower ty minutes after feeding. American but not very harJy. It is an abundant Cultivator. producer. Santa Bosa, ono of Burbank's 8ugar Cured Ham sr Bacon. just put out last year, and is said to be To fifty pounds of ham or -- side batho very best. I havo two of these trees growing in my garden and am expect- con" allow three pounds of sugar anil a pint of molasses, six pounds of salt, ing my first crop next season. It is a one full tablespoonful of saleratus and strong grower and said to be prolific tho same of saltpeter. Cover the botThe fruit is of largo size and very de- tom of your firkin with salt (about two licious. Gaviota, another of Burbank's pounds). Mix sugar, molasses, salt- put out last year. I also have one of peier. saleratus and the remaining salt theso in my garden. It is a strong I into a paste. Bub each piece thoroughly growor and is said to produco fruit of with this, work It in well and hard, and pack Into the firkin, rind downvery fine quality. Of our native varieties the best seven ward. Cover all with cold water just perhaps in tho list aro De Soto, Forest enough to rise above the meat. Lay a heavy board on top. weight It with a Garden. Kieth, Wonder, Cheney, Sur- stono to keep the meat under water, ' prise, Milton, and Pool's Prido. These and leave It thus for four weeks, turn- - j arc all excellent quality and very hardy. ing the meat and stirring up the pickle I We might namo ton more almost as good every week. Take out. then wipe, rub but I think perhaps I should name but into the pieces as much dry salt and one more and that one is Budd, one of an equal quantity of sugar as they will i tho Wild Gooso plums of largo size, un- take up; pack in a dry firkin and leave excelled in qualty, brilliant red very iwemyiuur uuurs Deiore sending prolific and hardy, and ripens in Septem- to the smokehouse. ber. Economy of th Silo. Now, if you have a place for only six Making corn into silage is a means or eight bo sure , to put in the following: Burbanks, Circcn Gage, Santa Bosa, of preserving the grain as well as the stalk In Blccckef, Coo's Golden Drop. Petor's feeding the best possible condition for and without the expense of Yellow Gage, Surprise, and Shropshire shelling and grinding. In feeding whole Damson. corn, either In the car or shelled, many Many of our native varieties may bo of the kernels are not digested. With planted without fear of danger from silage, the grain being eaten with the spring frost but if you wish to raise ronghuge. nearly all the kernels are others that aro not so hardy, you can broken during mastication, and since protect them without much cost by they are somewhat soft, are practically smudging. Many who read this article all digested. will think, "It will not bo worth my while to bother with it." It will not bo KEEPING UP QUALITY a bother but a real pleasure. I know a man in Pendleton who has about one and a half acrcsxif Damsons IN THE DAIRY HERDS and in tho fall of 190S ho sold $000 worth of plums. Ue said to me that ho had made the mistako of his life, becauso he had not put his whole farm in plums. Raise Calves From Best Cows, i Plums aro so quick tocomo into bearing that in just a few years a vory few Importance ot the Sire, acres intelligently cared for will pro duce thousands of dollars worth of fruit. This is especially truo of tho Damsons Dairymen differ to some extent on as they are very s. s.'eitblo to the it the Klud of cow which is most profitatack of black knot. Xearly all the ble. 6ome prefer a general purpose Damson trees in tho cast havo been cow. mi that fs mixed with the milk killed by it and as this disoaso has not producing family and the beef breed reached Kentucky to any extent, this of cattle, writes L. G. Johnson In and Banch. Such cows are of variety can be raised with great profit. Damsons sold in New York last year largo build and easily fattened when not in milk, and should one prove unfrom ono to two and a quarter per peck. profitable sbe can be put on the marYou will find ready sale for all tho ket for beef at a good price. Such plums of any good sort you can raise cows, too, have large calves that are o profitable at tho proper age for veal and tho prices will be good. Don't but mako up your mind at once. or to keep o,ver until they are two If you don't havo tho material on hand years old, then sell to cattle dealers. Some prefer, myself included, catand desiro to start some plum trees in tho spring for future scions or buds, J. tle of the distinct type especially adapted to milk producing. This class B. Adam?, near Waco is a very reliablo Includes several families or breeds of nurseryman and will be glad to give you cattle, but all have the marked charyour first start in this line at reasonable acteristics of milk producers. The prices. You will certainly make no best way to keep up the herd to its desired number of good cows is by mistako if you try it. breeding and raising the calves from G. D. Smith the best znllkcrs of the herd. Constipation is tho cause of many ailI do not like the idea of buying and ments and disorders thai mako lifo mis bringing new cows into tho herd, as It erable. Take Chamberlain's Stomach Is dangerous, and many a herd have and ijivcr Tablets, keep your bowels had disease brought among tbem by end regular and you will avoid theso dis the purchase of u single cow bringing her Into tho herd. I always cases, r or .salo uy btockton & ison. save tho fourth or fifth calf of my best milkers and breed them at two For Rent years old and ut the same time weed out the cows that arc unprofitable. Handsome two story residenco on cor- The cholco of the bull Is of very nor of Fourth and Woodland avenues. great importance, mid the saying that Building now, with all modorn con the bull is half tho herd should not veniences and out buildings. For fur bo forgotten by tho dairyman, as every calf added to tho herd takes half its ther particulars call on blood from the bull. One cow may Mrs. Uenry Lammnrs, Woodland Ave. prove a poor dam and fall to breed for tf a searou and yet give a profit in milk. Such a fault Is but a trivial one and can bo easily corrected. But if the bull proves a poor sire the increase for a whole year la lost. It can bo readily soon t!af. It pays to purchase a good buil and oco that has been tried. What mother is not looking for something that will help her children Ketpi'ig ths Bit Evvn. in the little ills of life, something Too often ewe lambs born frcr the for the stomach trouble and the rogular lambing scasru are retained bowel trouble? Long ago she prob-- . ewes because they are not ably has become convinced that a for enough to market with tbe rest readily swallow a pill large child cannot dRvelop ewes or a tablet, and that to "break them of tho Cock. These and lata into breeders in half and crush them" is an annoy- that aro underslzwl ance; that usually they work too drasti- and hence aro detrimental to tho buildcally, and and too powing up if gooJ stock. erful (or tho little one's stomach. 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Lvery thing in our line to be sold at cost, not to quit business, but to continue with a new line. This sale is now on and will continue until everything is sold I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow. Also Wool. Will treat you right I NOTICE for FURS pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Ring phone 363 M. RICHMOND WIDES KENTUCKY Westminster Chimes TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and an article of furniture for home, office, or institution, appeals alike to utility, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movement insures correctness of time; the soEd oak or mahogany case, with classic lines, conforms to good taste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whithngton or WesSninster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour. The fifty styles give ample choice in design, size, and price, all showing the moon's phases in the dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request. ii X Gifts by Mail. You can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Staling SOver, Sheffield Plate, Gold and Silver Jewelry, Mantel Clocks, Etc, through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices. Correspondence solicited. Silvertmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co. Herschede Building, Fourth Street, East, Cincinnati, Ohio $75 to $750 hes-itat- PAINT PAINT And plenty of Wall Paper for PAINT everybody. Our stock is never short, never out of date. Ask your neighbor about our work and goods W. L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky For the Notorists We are offer a special Auto Glove at from Free Child's 75c to $3 See Remedy it and you will buy. Have you seen the brt-edln- One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a disabled automobile-an- Don't Be Bald d we do in the right way Richmond Motor & Plumbing Co, Incorporated k 'ISiew s-. itrale 2 Mmanoyj ssssBsE- We are established in our new quarters in ih old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever, to care for your "skins." Briag n your Hides, Furs and Iron. Fresh GroeeriM and Vegetables in Quarters - '1 sssssssssssBsHsssssssssssssssssssssssss 7W7W 7I 7W7W7G Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Cloaks Great Loom End SATURDAY Morning at 8 O'clock Busy Bee Cash Store rr 7I 71 AS. JP f 1H 71 7f wwwwwwNriw,ww -"- Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear For months we have gathering uuus ui me irom ine iaciunt auu East their Remnants, Odd Lots, 5hort Lengths, Discontinued Lines, Slightly Defective Stocks and besides this it must be borne in mind that we, too. and accumulate remnants, over-bu- y beea Jan. 14 price forced to the lowest notch find a visit to Richmond and Oldham's at Loom End Prices have more than ordinary trade demands, all this goes in this great sale This Great Sale Starts with every Shoppers living many miles away will Loom End 5ale a paying venture Read this page carefully and see where you can make This sale is just in the nick of time when people have much to buy and want to make their money go as far as possible. We have bought large quantities and can afford to make these prices so that our customers can afford to buy the things they need and want Big Savings in all the necessities Come to the Greatest Sale Ever Launched in Madison County Send us the names and addresses of all your friends and neighbors and we will notify them of this Great Bargain Event J3 Look through our store at the thousands of Red Tag Prices. Read them all Remember the Date Days of Unpredented Bargain Giving Only One Handler Between The Mills and Our Customers . And that is the "Big Store" that controls the Loom'End Sales in this city. Attend this sale and save the profitsthe jobbers, the commission merchants and the brokers all saved for you. We buy hundreds of dollars worth of Loom Ends of the finest fabrics in America for this sale. We also offer" all of regular goods at Loom End prices. You will find a tremenduous stock in all the departments, but no regular prices during this sale as in the Big Store has been reduced in price to make buying easy for you. In preparing for this great Sale we were fortunate in securing many large cases of choice Loom Ends of all kinds of Dry Goods at prices every-itethat will enable us to offer the buying public greater and better bargains than have ever been offered in this community. If you believe in effecting a saving in your purchases we are in a position to interest you. The prices we quote below are only an inkling of the money saving opportunities offered in this great sale. In order to appreciate the magnitude of this offering you must see and examine the goods, compare them with the gooods ou have beeni buying, then compare? prices you have been paying for the same goods. Ff you do this you will know this is an opportunity you cannot afford to neglect. Money is refunded on demand if you are not satisfied. jl .n ii . ii . ir if ij wnen we nouer won ii. woir is inere. vome anai see; you win get posiea on gouui direct from mill to customer. Make it a point to come and see the display even if you are not interested in buying. ' Help Us Help You ine m -. Table Linens, Towels, Napkins One lot of full bleach Table Damask, in lengths from 2 2 to 5 yards, full G4 inch wide. Regular price 40c yd. Sale.... One lot ful, bleach Mercerized Table Damask, full wide, in lengths from 2 to G yards. Regular price yard. Loom End Sale price fG GOc I Loom End Bargains V. if ff inch per 39c 350 yards extra fine Mercerized Table Damask, Napkins to match if desired. This Damask is 72 inches wide and a regular 85c per yard seller. Loom End Sale price 48c lengths from One lot Litcn Crash, our regular 10c per yard value, in 2 to 4 yards. Loom Endale price 6 l-- 50 dozen large size Huck Towels, in plain white and red borders, bought especially for this sale. A regular 2 for 25c seller. Sale price special . -- - -- 8c 17c 25 dozen large size bleach Turkish Bath Towels. regular 25c sell jr. Spec'.al Loom End price Our '5,000 yards fine French Ginghams, all new spring styles just received, worth 12 2 cents per yard. Full bolts if vou want them. Sale tsrico 200 full size bleach Sheets, seam center, extra good value. Regular price 65c each. Loom End Sale price. .. - ItiX) bleach Pillow Cases, full size. - Regular 20 cent . .. sdlers. Loom End price 500 yards Flannelette in dark and light colors, just thing for waists and dresses, in lengths from 2 to 10 " yards. Regular 12c value. Loom End price t 49 extra good full size White Bed Spreads, either plain or .fringed, also cut corners. Regular price $1.50 Loom End Sale price 400 yards extra fine India Linen, a special purchase for this sale. Regular 10 cent value. Sale price 1-1-- 2 0q 42c 10o o .- 08o 6o You have seen crowded in our store the right kind of merchandise intersperced with plenty of bargains keeps our store crowded yards Good Outing Cloth, in lengths from 2 to 10 yards. Regular price 7 Loom End Sale price 500 yards very best Outing Cloth, all colors, plain and fancy, in lengths from 2 2 to 10 yards. Regular 12 value. Loom End Sale prices 500 2 c. Crowds of smiling customers speak volumns for this store 500 pairs Men's Black Hose in good quality, regular 10c value c 25c sale price..., 500 pairs Men's fine gauze Black Half Hose, they are slightly imperfect, regular price if perfect Loom End Sale price 5c I0c 10c One lot Men's Black Half Hose, extra heavy, Mill End 2nds. if perfect they would be regular 25c values. Sale price 60 dozens Men's blue mixtures. Extra Heavy Wcrk Soxs in gray, brown and A regular 10c value. Loom End price 6c 500 pairs Men's Mercerized Half Hose in beautiful colors, regular price up to 35c per pair. Special for this sale 16c lfyou have waited to buy you Coat or your children's Cloaks or your Tailor-mad- e Suit you can now reap the harvest. We have decided to sell all our Suits and Coats during this sale at Petticoats Kimonas 100 Ladius' Black Mercerized Vnd in many cases less than half price to close out the cntir lot. intend to make a clean sweep. Come expeiting t get good' goods for almost nothing in this department you won't be disappointed. Half Price wayfor8oc. Underskirts, a bargain in a Our Loom End Sale prlco 49c Extra Fine Black Underskirts, plcin and embroidered' 1.25 values. Our Loom End prico 500 pairs Ladies' Blai k Ribbed Top Hose, extra good weight and a regular 15c per pair seller. Our Loom End Sale price. ... 8c 500 pairs Misses Fine Black Ribbed Hose, manufacturers seconds, slightly imperfect A regular 25- - stocking, in sizes from 0 to 20c 9. Loom End price.... , 10c 100 Ladies' ruffles, regular 200 pairs Ladles' Black Hose, white sole, fine gauze, regular value. Uom End price manu- 10c 16o 75 Cents Each Some of the biggest reduction have been made iff the Shoo partment. All kinds of ( 1 i. One lot of LidiesT Suits, a"bout 18 in the lot, all good fcolots and black, worth up to (25.00 each: your CT rC bhojee for this sale One lot Misses Skirts in very desirable colors at bargain prices. ?3 to $3.50; vour choice during 1 AQ this sale Owlot Children's Bear Skin Coats in all coloi.), sizes rf tip tojp'.ypars, regular $2 to 12.50 valu.es P Onr sale price de- 100 Ladius' Blr.ck $1.75 each. Our Loom 43UU lleatherbloom Underskirts worth up to End Sale price 0So 89c 39c S9o P.ftO 1 A pleasure awaits you place. you J ' jr e know-th- Remember the Date ' Oversh:es and Rjbbcrs have been reduced for this sale, even our celebrated Queen Quality Shoes for ladies and the Wm. Kneeland tine Shoes for men. They all go In this sale at Loom End prices. Don't fail to see the prices on the cheap racks tilled with Shoes. See the Red Tickets for prices - --- StlOBS 200e.tra good, long Outing Cloth Kimonas, in beautiful signs, worth up to $1.50. 'Salo prico 150 very pretty short Kimonas, worth up to "5c each- - choice for 75 ; Your $1.50 very pretty Flannelelto Wrappers for ladies. Regular values, price during the Bale- - We have already received our new line of American Lady Corsets for spring. Wo did not intend to cut prices on these Corsets during this sale, but as every other article in the Big Sitorehas been reduced we. could not leave these out and so a JO pur cent, reduction will be made on all American Lady Corsttts. Ono lot of Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets, in good style, worth up to $2.50 each. Special price to you for this sale CORSETS 59c Each &00pair8 Ladles' tine gauze Lisle Thread Black Hose, facturers seconds, our regular 25c stocking. Sale price Room Size Mugs Small, Medium Size Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, 'Lace Curtains and Oil Cloths all go in this Great Clearance Sale at Loom End prices Help us clean up. Buy your Carpets and Rugs now and make a big Look for the Red Price Tickets They Mean Bargains ' 1 - ' saving. "Help Us to Help You' .1 i ii - - lip - I. m i Eight Pages Today ill ; AA r-- i jr IV ivl h4S i iT t i i ni1 L i II IVi W.P.BAXTER i The IthYEAR 1 in? i-- im m ir Section Two RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. 1911 The Rjjrht o -- NUMBER old stock and get anybody to hang it Wrong- Way- - is to buy a lot of 30 frALL PAPER SIFTING OUR FLOUR Avill sho-a- r WaV tO Pt trnnl rxmrh- - 1SL buy your paper from an ud to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger for you. Phone WALL PAPER Local Contractors Accomplish a Giant Engineer-- ' irig Feat in New York. Mason & Hanger Co., of Rich mond JKj., Contractors lor the five mile Moodna Syphon Tunnel which is being built to carry the Catskill Aqueduct water forthe City of New York under the Hudson Riv er at Cornwall on Hudson N. Y. were highly pleased over the meeting of the tunnels between shafts 3 and 4 at G:25 Thursday evening, 15th ult. how clean it is and freo froit. all other materials, which you often see in other brands. For the next baking try a sck of our Ballard's Pjc ur. "When your family congr.it ulates you on the improvement in your baking you necd-- t toll them that our Flour xn responsible for tho improvement. Rut yo u ' 1 1 know it, just tho same Ob-lisq- ue Burnsicle Coal, Lime, Salt, Robinson natenai RICHMOND H Cement, Sand and Plaster PHONE 142 Office and "Warehouse on L. & N. R. R. Oil Sole Agent For KANAWHA TELEPHONE Have Your SS hristoi; hofo' Made Now Third Street i ' :Gaughey, the Photographer v-- located one mile apart it will be seen that no little skill was required to have the tunnels meet head on Moodna Syphon Tunnel is 18' in diameter and is reach SCENE FKOJI ed by seven shafts ranging ( from 350 to 500' deep, located THE. BLUE MOUSE," as good, if not better the Lion and the Mouse. Prices 50c to 4 1 .50. Seats at Wines Drug Store one mile apart. I he Contractors hope to to my attention have the tunnels between their use. Comforting Words They helped meand I began first and I stead of Thursday, which from tho 2 and 3 meet by January 15th, brings the Sunday Christmas was cured." and if the present progress is Tor sale by all dealers. Prica CO around in the sixth j ear from n kept up expect to entirely Many a Richmond Household cents. Co.. Buffalo. its last advent. Will Find Them 5o. New York, sole ageuts for the United complete the excavation by The next Sunday Christmas States. July 1st 1911,and have the Doan'B and is not due to reach us until Remember the name To have the tunnel ready for the lining, back removed; pains and aches of a bad take no other. 1911, eleven years from now, to bo which will require eighteen annoying, dangerous entirely free from because a leap year in 1912, urinary disorders On Sunday. months to put in. This lining is enough to make any. kidney sufferer and again in 1916, upsets" the This year Christmas fell on schedule to such an extent will be made entirely of con grateful. To tell how this great change can be brought about will provo com- Sunday and consequently New that one Sunday Christmas is crete and steel, some three forting words to hundreds of Richmond scuffle." Years Day will fall on this simply "lost in the will fall hundred thousand barrels of readers. In 1915 December 25 ElbridgoG. Evans, Depot St., N'ich- - day as it is seven daj's after cement. on Saturday, but in 1916 on olasville, Ky., says: "From my exper the 25th. It will be eleven Monday, because in that year The work is three months ience with Doan's Kidney Pills I can ahead of the required nroer- - say that they are an excellent remedy years until we see this again. February has twenty-nin- e ress. The tunnel is being and one that lives up to the claims The last time Christmas fell days. mado it. suffered excavated in rock, and about trouble for somoI time. My from kidney on Sunday was six years ago for back ached in 1904. That year was a leap Farm News 1400 men are emplo3Ted. and I had a soreness across my kidneys that made it hard for me to get around. year, and there has been one fl The FarXovcr can tell when you'll mash a I also had a great deal of trouble from leap year since, in 1908. In g Items ol Interest toand the - g. mer, tlic Grower finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or my bladder, the kidney secretions being 1907 Christmas day fell on Stockman. scald. Bo prepared. Dr. Thomas' too frequent in passage at times while Elcctic Oil instantly relieves the pai- n- at others there was a complete retention. Wednesday, but in 1908 De-- ! (msjmwh5jw5 quickly cures the wound. Doan's Kidney Pills were finally brough cember 25 came on Friday in-- j In South Africa the Ameri- Foster-Milbur6-- . The headings met accurately and when understood that this, tunnel .was .driven, from the bottom of500' shafts An occasional sun bath is all the renovatinp-- a btearns Be Jboster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. MATT RE Anchor Windsor make you wonder why vou clin? to that lumnv mattress.' If y ju knew as much about them as we do, of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY K-,- unnnr : $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A . , , : . . $16.00 22.50 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W.S. O. 229 R.O.U ican mule is considered far just been closed. Boyle county yesterday and superior to the animals imThe mules must be fourteen some record prices were reported from Argentine, ac- and one-hahands, deep! ceived. TV. T. Kobinaon sold twenty-fouhead of yearlings cording to consular reports. girth, good bone and short at $170 rper head to T. N. EnThe Missouri or Kentucky legged and must be between glish of Statesboro, Tenn. mule is the; best suited for four and seven years old. The This is a record price for the South Africa. One hundred price paid for American mules count-- . J. H. Bean also sold mules were recentlyimported in South Africa is slightly to M r. English ten head of mules at $137 a head and a from the U. S. and they have less than $250. pair to O. E. Penaul of Florproved so satisfactory that a ida, for $500 Danville contract for 200 more has Mule sales were plentiful in lf t r 'xr n rsr r&v nn rryf rf rr yn n vrr r vi v-- ir T-- xr -- $jt J7 n vt? ri ri 'ri - Ttie Hustlin o Cash 1911 Store 1911 GRE December 3Jst, 1910, closed the most successful year in the history of the Hustling Cash Store, for which we are profoundly grateful to our friends and customers. We solicit a continuance of your and will adopt the same slogan, "Quality Counts." We wish for each and patronage during 19 and everyone of you the best of all things that life, health, efEort and accomplishment can offers STOCK REDUCING PRICE During the Entire Month of January 4 .'1 Ladies' and Child r ens Coats and Suits, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats at Prices Far Below Their Value All heavy merchandise will be offered at low prices. money A chance for you. to save sS ' . Corner First Ham to 11. & Main hi JB i o tliie p s r ,. - yMjfc.. -- .. . ' rJUcbmond, Kentucky - "- $ 3 :: - 'il ji-. ' ,.- ij I . Vi'.- - liCjft' 7i life " ' .m Wtt - il U ' 1 it If I 11 Ii i. Educators HUMOR I 111 ' - f; k 1 if mi 4 Huikcn River. , DAY OF Prof. VTalter.Hopper, of the Sit. Sterl lag Hi?h School, was in the city Satur day several hours enroute from home Meet Jn LouiSVllIe and Launch Is Population of Richmond whore ho spent the holidays, iio is a Is Happiness? What a Campaign to BetterCon-dition- s According to Ihe Official nephew of Mr. John Higgins of this city pins. Tho Baby-- No in State. and a noted young educator. The Kindergarten Girl Ono birthday Figures. from but party per day. Mrs. Mary Smith and Mlsi Grace utility The Kindergarten Boy Bathing suit, from N0 Smith, of Cleveland, Ohio, are quests of President Crabbe, of the Normal Mr. and Mrs. Ballard H. Luxon. Miss School, and Supt. Coates, of the City beach, pail, shovel, nice shallow ocean. The population of Richfinish desire, or The Little Bigger Girl Chocolates, Smith will go on to New Yorlc after a Schools, wcro in Louisville last Satur whispers, giggles, dancing school. mond, according to the 1910 in for fill, short visit to her sister, but Mrs. Smith day to attend a meeting of noted educacase for The Knickerbocker Boy Dog, chum, census, is a disappointment will remain until Spring. tors of the stato. The object of the "five feet"-- of adventure books. ' The figures Prof, and Mrs. C. Rucker Adams, of gathering was to take preliminary steps The Extended Tuck Maiden Board- to its residents. campaign for bet- ing school clique. Chicaga, have gone on to Florida for the toward a sriven out are 5,340 and thosp-whThe Long Trousers Boy Pompadour, winter. They spent Christman season ter educational conditions in Kentucky. have studied the situafor with Miss Lucy Adams. Mr. and Mrs. The two Richmond educators took an tan. canoe. The College Girl Chafing dish, "Eng- tion carefully, are of the Coleman Adams, who were also here important part in tho proceedings-Presiden- t lish," manlike ways, man. J. G. Crabbe, made a strong The College Boy minus the varsity opinion that at least 500 bona havo returned to Cleveland. Six clubs, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Todd, of Second talk. Tho people of Kentucky must bo "X," no apparent study, high marks fide residents were either in street, "were the recipients of a very fino told the truth about conditions in tho and never tho insult "greasy grind." finishes. in thirty overlooked or passed up on The Society Girl Always Europe. Christmas gift in the nature of a seven State, he said, and then must bo told tho Young Business Man Some account of the rush of the all The sectional pound girl, who arrived Saturday. The truth again. President Crabbe said It's street, more evening dress. proud parents are receiving the congrat many of the country teachers are good, Wall enumerators. library. requirThe Young Matron Tea. will row but others are poor. All want to do ulations of their many friends. The Young Husband Receipted bills. These figures show an inline well, but many simply do not know how. is Macey dust Miss Mabel Rayburn was the hostess ements The Thoroughly Married Woman-Furnit- ure. crease over the 1900 census must como in ast Thursday at a reception at the The consolidated school g non-bindinthe rural districts, he said. Tho city is of but 687 and it is a very JJer Settled Partner Cigars. home oi her grandfather, L. M. Scrivner schools, ho thought, wero in better conThe Middle. Aged Woman President light increase for such a in Burnamwood, complimentary to her Stop You dition. of the federation of, etc. guests Misses Elizabeth Hodgkin and thriving town as the capital in Man-G- olf The Middlo Aged Ono of the most important parts of and a bookcase bewindows Watch Mattie Garrard, of Winchester; the campaign is to secure consolidated new house. of Madison, the leading counDanville Advocate: Mrs. Julian Van schools in tho country districts, and tho The Woman (later on) Visiting them. Winkle, who has been visiting Miss unanimous opinion of thoso present was Tho Oldish Man-Tel- ling how it hap ty of the State. pened. Judge. Louise Van Winkle, left yesterday for that the Danville has 80 more popu Lexington, where she will make a visit country school must go, and that lation than Richmond and the A Sad Case. before going to her home in Louisvillo. school children in tho country must be "I hear that Burke and his wife residents of that city are Mr. John W. Million, President of given similar advantages to thoso en have decided to separate." intho Conservatory of Music, of Hardin joyed by city children. "Yes; it is a very sad case. I'm highly elated oyer the College, Mexico Mo., has returned homo Tho need of better teachers was also afraid tho breach Is Irreparable." crease, as shown on the face "You don't say!" after a visit to Mr. B. B. Million and commented upon by several of the of the report from Washing "Yes. You see, it was this way: Tho family. Miss Cecio B. Million, who is speakers. The teachers in many local! The Boyle county capi ono ot tlichmonds most talented ties arc not considered satisfactory, and other day when Mrs. Burke entertain- ton. ed the members of the Ibsen club pianists, will leave the middlo of Janu tho Kentucky custom of electing poll gained 1,1555 in the Burke insisted upon showing madam tal has ary to study at tho above Conservatory. ticians county school superintendents tho president through the family li past teu years according to Mair Street Mrs. M. C. Kellogg entertained for her was spoken of as a relic of barbarism brary, which contains fifteen volumes COMPANY DRY the reports, an increase over little daughter, Thursday evonin j at the The opinion was that these superin and a compendium of all useful infor Richmond of nearly 450. The Masonic banquet hall, with an im tendents should bo appointed during mation." Chicago Record-HeralA largo concert phono- good service by county boards of edupromptu dance. following cities, having over J. L. Knight, Secretary azl Trtzzn J. D. Marshall. Vice President When He Weakened. Silas Shelburne, President graph furnished the music and tho cation, and that tho schools should bo "W. D. Slclntyre, Asst. Secretary and Treasurer J. C. Bush, of Birmingham, Alabama, young folks enjoyed tho occasion Atlas suddenly began to show signs 5,000 population, not already taken out of politics. im spent the holidays with his family hero. of weariness. announced are: mensely. The handsomest Calendar of all is the "I have Just learned," ho said, shift Mrs. J. A. Stevuns and family spent 1900 1910 At Paint Lick last Friday Col. Ben one sent out by Tho National Stockman ing the burden to the other shoulder, KgUSnES ETERT WQIESDJI IT the Holidays with Clark county rela 6,332 Lear was the host at a dinner in honor and Farmer, Pittsburg, Pa. It will bo "that this globe I am holding up Bellevue 6,683 tives. 4,285 THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Mr. and Mrs. Duke Gordon spent of seteral Old "Confeds" which number sent to any one who will send 10 cents weighs 7.000,000,000,000 tons!" 5,420 Danville Thus we sec, despite the old maxim, ed eleven around the festivo board, to pay package and postage. Send for (Incorporated.) 6,104 6.979 Dayton Christmas with relatives in Nicholas- - Thoso who attended from hero were N that knowledge is not always power..-Chicng-o it. Incorporated Tribune- ville. 4,081 5,216 B. Deathtrage, W. T. Duersonand J. T. Mayfield Pres. and Mgr. A. I). Miiler Growers Meet. Jirs. Clarence cimorc, ot raris, is Jones and many incidents of ths great 6,423 6,141 - Editor Maysville Steve K. Vaught Evidences. i isiting her parents, Mr., and Mrs. B, strifo were recalled by thoso who fought Tliero was much enthusiasm last Sat 4,162 "Do you Americans really appreciate Middlesboro.... 7,305 lor the Lost Cause. Juett. Mtnto l urday afternoon at the meeting of the tho beauties of nature?" asked tho for 4,603 5,358 At the home of Miss Elath Buchanan tobacco growers of Madison county. eigner. W. D. Benton, of Bloomington, 111., is KUTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION houseparty made the The object of the gathering was to send a jolly week-en- d 4,653 5,340 here for a visit to relatives in and around "Sure we do!" replied tho patriotic Richmond t.4 West Side South Broadway, Just Below Southern Depot holidays a happy occasion for those who delegates to the convention in Lexing citizen. "Can't you see evidences of FUBUSI'tRS tEAGUE. EIGHTH DISTRICT Richmond. 7,156 5,964 Winchester 1 : : : : : : LEXINGTON, KY juiss L,ucy uoty, ot Lancaster, was attended. Thoso present were Misses ton tomorrow, the 5th, which will meet our appreciation In the sardine cans TEAR the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Bogard Mary Doty, Ellen Walker, Elizabeth for the purpose of considering plans for and plcklo Jars that picnic parties PER FFICE fl.00 Special Services. Shackelford, Josephine Chenault, Bess a combination among tho growers. In scatter over every good piece of last week. IS ADVANCE Wagers, Mabel Rayburn, Kathryn Simp the meeting Saturday thoso present wero scenery?" Washington Star. Row Dr. Charles R. Nisbet, of Nash Mrs. Colcmar. Warford, of Lawrence- son, Eleanor Hagan and Elizabeth Tur nearly all "non poolers" or thoso who ville, Tenn., will conduct a scries of ser A Forbidden Art. 1911 burg, is the guest of her mother, Mrs, WEDNESDAY J AX. 4 Presbyterian church ley. did not join the Burley pool. It seems 'I sco where science has arrayed vices in tho First James Hicks. of this city, from Jan. 10 to January 20. At the home of Dr. C. C. Marshall, that the "non poolers" aro making an itself against a great criminal modern We have with us Mr. J. B. Stalling, the Best Auctioneer on any Market He is a preacher of great power and one Never before 1ms there been &uch Judge and Mrs. AV. It. Shackelford Woodland Ave., on tho 27th of list effort to organize now, and tho meeting evil." manifestations of the ideas or the peo- spent part of the holidays in Bourbon month, Charles Dccringand Miss Jennie at Lexington tomorrow will be of much of tho leading pastors of Nashvillo. Miss "What Is that?" "Kidnaping." ple tf Kentucky for good roads, yes bet with relatives. Harbeson, a noted soloist, will be presAllendcr, Iwth of White Hall, were unit interest. Of course all growers aro in For 5ale. Dandruff and Itching Scalp "How so?" N- .Mr. and .sirs. J. is. walker will move ed in marriage. ent throughout tho meeting and sing at ter reads, than was shown at the meetOn the 2Sth, at the terested and expected to join the gather in this week to the property of Mrs. A. T. Glyndon hotel, Clarence Pendleton and "It forbids rocking the baby." Bal each service. Second hand phaeton cheap. Apply ing of the Good Roads Convention Yield to This Treatment. ing. Resolutions wero adopted hero timore American. South Bound. dl4-t- f XjeulsvHle last week. It was the first Million on North St. J. E. Gott, Richmond, Ky. Ida Lcgan, of Garrard county wore mar Saturday to pool tho remainder of tho No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and only meeting of the kind ever held "Why pxr"r'-i- ni AU My Pimples Gone trying to Ct 3 Ce The many friends of Mr. Caswell ried. Dr. Marshall officiated at both 1910 crop and cut out tho 1011 crop. t. Too Adept. and Departs 12:05 a. m. in Kentucky and this state is bound to Tribble are glad to see him out again nuptials. For 5ale. da 1 tbe rom under::v About twenty delegates were named to "The next event," said the announc No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Deprofit thereby. There is a wonderful after his recent illness. skii. rui-- . Iv.ions or f;r.rv (.r..r-The marriage of Miss Tommio Curry attend tho meeting. A. J. IIouso was er at the county fair, "will be a sack Girl Tells How a BKotchy Shin Nice residence on corner Fifth and parts C:30 a. m. movement on for better roads all over S":rs droning when II. L. Perry D.-Mrs. M. A. Smoot, of Maysville, has and Mr. Nowt Tuttle took place at the elected Chairman, J. H. Orme Secretary race for girls, professionals barred." Was Cleansed by a Sample No. 1. Versailles to Beattyvillo Junct. North streets. Apply the stale, and the Commonwealth will arrived to spend the winter with her bride's homo 317 West Seventh street, ank Prof. Sharon, Asst. Secretary. will guarantee ZEMO and 'AEHO "What do you mean by profession' D. M. STEVENSON tf. 9:53 Wash. Arrives 9:50 a. m. Departs be asked to aid in building modern thor- an, Dr. C. E. Smoot. uls?' to entirely rid the scalp of tho gen L't Lexington. Ky., Dec. 27tli, 1910 r.t 3:30 In The Bone Yard. "I was ashamed of my face," writes No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Aroughfares thru the rough country where Those who have been wearing hobthat causes tho trouble. Mrs. H. P. Reid and daughter, of Mt o clock. The bride is the attractive 11:34 a. m Rooms for Rent hie skirts." Kansas City Journal. rives 11:02 a.m. Departs Miss Minnio Pickard of Altamahaw, the cost would be more than the citizens daughter of T. A. Curry, of Some blamed good old fellows Ho asleep ZEMOand ZEMOSOAPcan to J. -cd N. C. "It was all full ol pimples and No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. can bear, and also give a little toward Sterling, are here for a visit to Mrs. J. Ono room or whole flat over the Racket Down yonder whoro tho tall grass Madiscn county where she is widely in anycity or town in Amer.ra t- -i Can't Please ' Em. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. Store. Suitable forstore room oroulces. improving the roads in that part of the Lackey and other relatives. scars, uut alter using u. u. u. waves having lived hero most of her I "You can't please a woman any- are recognized the best and mrs: Mr. a. Li. uott nas returned from a known say that now thcro is No. 27. Richmond to Louisvillo via Apply to A. Dobrowsky. fairly good roads are now I can state where d72t lifo. The groom is the son of Mr. and But no ono ever comes to weep how." treatment for all e:?er" :rjcf being maintained. "Vc would give a business trip to Boston, New York and Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. no sign of that Eczema, and that was plant roso bushos on their graves. Mrs. John Tuttle and is a man of busi- "What's the matter now?" the skin and scalp whether on 'ir.! cr a good road almost as other eastern point;;. No. 3. Versailles to Ueattyville Junct. dollar toward "I wiped the dishes for my wife last three years ago." Rin 193 ness qualities. grown persons. Ono shampoo ti.tl Tho calmlv rest in Pauners beds. night, Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m quickly as wc would toward a country Mr. Jake Wagers, of the Bybce Dry D. D. D. has becomo so famous as and she kicked because I didn't Lancaster Record: Miss Minniti Gul-lan-d wait the judgement in a row & Maysville to Stan school. Goods Co., of Ashl.ind, spent the holi And have your laundry called for. ZEMO SOAP and application o' ihV.0 hang up the towel afterward." De- a cure and instant relict in eczema No. 9. Cincinnati ly, is in Richmond for several dajs visit no shining tombstones o'er their troit Free Press. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs Good work and prompt delivery guar- will stop itching and cleanse tl.: days witli relatives here. diseases, and all other serious skin No Johnson democrat can say sincereMrs. D. R. Allm in, ofl to relatives heads; 7:25 p. m. anteed. Office W. Main street, opposite of drandutl and scurf. Miss Elizabeth Blanton is out after her that its valuo is sometimes overlooked ly that he is for the good of the party is expected soon for n visit No requiem but the winds that blow. Richmond, Not Asleep. Glyndon Hotel. V,'o invito you to try ZEMO and ZEMO in clearing up rash, pimples, black North Bound first and for the riddance of the state of illness of typhoid fever much to the de to her bister, Mrs. J. B. Soper G. S Teacher (to new pupih Why did heads, and all other minor forms of Strother Gott Agt., SOAP and if not entirely sat:sC:l we They were tho shiftless, triftling lads light of her many friends. No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives Republican rule. No sane man will Hannibal cross the Alps, my little Grcenleaf is in Richmond visitin? Mr. Tho Winchester Laundry. Upon a weary world turned loose, skin impurities. will refund your money. H. C. King, the well known passenger jobn GrccrucafMiss Mary Elmore. and Departs 4:1G a. m. even think of Ben Johnson winning the man? They never learned nail tho scads, and Tho fact is, that whilo D. D. D. it No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati Geveraer-shi- p My Little Man For the same reason although he secures the ageni ior uic vueen c rcscont, was of the Normal school Richmond is here and salt them down for winter. as the 'en crossed the road. Yer don't so penetrating that it strikes to the Mavsvillo. Arrives 0:20 a. m nomination. lie is positively unablo to here last week on business. Miss Delia for the Yuletide season catch mo with no puzzles. Sydney very root of Eczema or any other unite the party in this state and if nomMrs. I. G. Ballard and daughter, Tinder, of the Richmond Normal school Its pretty tough somo must sleep Departs C:25 a. m. Bulletin. inated will go down in defeat by a serious trouble, tno sootuing uu oi No. 2. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles, Francis Morton, aro visiting Mrs. A. E, is hero for the Christmas holidays.. In unmarked, bargain counter fot New Year's Day is to open an as Vintergreen, Thymol and other in Those who arc howling for Mowbray, in Covington. gavos. Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 Misses Ida Potts and Ore. Prathcr leave Comforting. count at tho gredients are so carefully compounded No, 28. Louisvillo to Richmond via high regard for the Johnson have no "Every time the automobile breaks Miss Tommie n est has returned to this week for a visit to Mrs. Ollio Potts, 5uicide. party. They want to dominate for the Pinevillo after spending the holidays of Richmond. down I nctlce you exainlue your state there is no wash for tho skin made Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. Co. Bank that can compare with this great No. 38. Knoxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar graft. Those who voted for a primary with her parents at Speedwell. "N inchester Sun has tho follow many friends here of license." The The Richmond, Ky I do that for encouragement. The household remedy for overy kind of at the meeting of the State Committee, Mrs. Homer Ray and children, of ing: Miss Margaret Dykes of this city, William A. rives 1:5G p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m, saTsil'rn Parsley, thepopu- to skin trouble. were not acting for the few convention . tmrnmnnn . I. "i r .i pr i i i No, 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives . Your first deposit will be the founcat.ra Him j r. nirr.ii rarKH. ni the machine." Houston Chronicle. bowlers present, but for the thousands Paris, have been tho guests of Mrs. were D. D. D. is pleasant to use, perfect 3:00 p. m. of a new era of prosperity. Your mrr.ey married at tho residence, m ILPV I Chas. Terrill on Woodland avenue OX. home, whom they represented. ly harmless to tho most dolicato skin, No. 4. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles, grieved to learn of his death, will be subject to check and w.;: be is. J. Davis, ot Lexington, in tho pres No Sense. Daniels, oi ucattyville, was in Departs 3:48 p.m ready for you in case of need. If via ence I suppose and absolutely reliable. A 23 cent It doesn't matter what the ability of the city last week cn business. Ho is Miss of a number of relatives and friends which occurred at his home he"Jones is ultra modern. happily ever bottle will give you positive proof of No. 32.Arrives 3:45 p. m. Cincinnati. Ar Jacksonville to got divorced and lived have no account with us, allow us to exDykes is the eldest daughter of J, in man is worth to help Uncle Sam in his a prominent lawyer of Lee county London several days ago. after?' tho wonderful effectiveness ot this rives and Departs 5:10 p. m. plain to you our T. Dykes and a grand daughter of tho system. courts of Justice, if politics makes it J. B. Walker was in Nicholasvillo last late Judge Taylor. Mr. He represented a well known "No. Ho would have lived that way. great remedy. No's 31. 37. 33. 27. 31. 23. 38. 32 are Park, is tho best that he be removed. Those who week the pucst of his brother. R. I. but the durn fool Is getting married Stockton & Son, Richmond, Ky Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, heard J. N. Sharp in the Federal court Walker and tho family of Charles Dccr- - son of Walter Park, of near Richmond. Louisville hat house and en again!" Cleveland Leader. 4, daily Except Sunday. Mr. R. E. Turloy entertained his Sun joyed the patronage of Rich here say he is the best the government ing. J. P. RUCKER, Agt. Report oi the Condition day School class Friday evening his lias had in years, but he must be thrown Public Sentiment. The many friends of Mr. J. R. Park home on the Campus. There atwere mond merchants, among whom "Had dyspopsia or indigestion for "Do you pay much attention to pub OF THE 1 out now because Senator Bradley has will be glad to know that ho is improvr ie was lic sentiment?" years. No appetite, and what I did you want ond ve'U cutoff the a man for the place in the person of his ing after a three weeks illness of pneu twenty present. After a delightful sup uewas wen Known. cat distressed me terribly. Burdock per, the class elected the following ofli a son-m.laof Mr. Martin "No; I always look the other way nephew, Ed Morrow, of Somerset. Caleb monia meat you require. will ho 2ov-eTcers for the ensuing year: President, E Pigg, who formerly resided when I see a young couple holding Doltiir business at Klrksvllle, county of Blood Bitters cured mo." J. U. Wal is also a Morrow man. hands in tho park." Louisville Cou Mmllsoii. Statcof Kentucky, nt the close of ker, Sunbury, Ohio. Mr. Truman Taggart returned Mon Dcathcragc; Vice President, George D as nearly all meat, ton. as wo l. in this count'. business on the 13tli day of December, 1910 can make it. That meai.s 1 le A sight school has been started br Dr. day to Barbourville, after spending the Simmon:;; Secretary and Treasurer. S. Good Attendance. Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mil A. Doathorage: Teacher, R. E. Turley; E. II. Pcarce at Hubble in Garrard coun Hotel Room Card. or Good Idea. RESOURCES Mrs. M. C. Hayden, who closed her Assistant, R. A. Barlow, One Ring Ten cents to the bellboy. ty near a point where Boyle, Lincoln ler. $ 61.158 30 Loans and discounts.. Mrs. Henry Lammcrs and Mrs. Ed No The Democratic voters of Two Rings Fifteen ceuts to the I)m frnm Itanktf . 4.9M 92 school at Forrest Hill just before Christ nad Garrard meet. A class of eighteen The many friends in Richmond of Mr. 1.003 CI mas, reports the following pupils, who Actual cash on hand lias been enrolled that can neither read Coylo will leave this week for Auburn Samuel Saunders will be pleased to read Henry COUnt', at a meeting chambermaid. and a consentient Clipeks. cash items atiu exchoiiire 401 09 were perfect in attendance during the for clearing nor write. Think of this in such an in dale. Ha., to spend the remainder of of his marriage last week to Miss May hn the courthouse at New Cas- - Three Rings A quarter to tho por 516 03 . Overdrafts, secured ter. Somerville Journal. Lula, "Walter, Faltio and Tola which is a consideration t . 4.790 58 term: tellectual section of the state, six miles the winter. . Overdrafts, unsecured Ulson, of Oreensburg, daughter of tho f i a 554 Cn rrent cxnenneH anU taxes raiu "W. Wells, Franklin Million, Elizabeth Jen most people these davs ilou CCJi' from Danville, five from Stanford and The many friends of Mr. Creed Gott Prcsidcn-- . of the Peonle's Bank.it iht 2.400 00 K'cal estate banking house... Soon. 2.500 CO kins, Lucilo and Bertha Azbill. , Furniture and fixtures do our best, to keep down the fire from Lancastor. It is possible that will be glad to know that ho is improv place. Mr. sounders was graduated tions asking the Democrats of "How old ts the Browns' youngest ing in health in the western city of Ros- - from Central University and while a other Counties in the State to child?" eucli illiteracy exists? $S1J79 50 Total "High Cost of Livintr" woll, New Mexico. student here, made many friends, lie U.nm c;m;inl. nnf :nn LIABILITIES .fhof. ffcQ "It can't be more than --a year old. It's jpst learning to fly."- Life. The Auditor's agents and County AtMrs. Ben Bennett has moved from is now traveling representative oi mo I Capital Stock paid In. in Cash ...$ 15.000 00 men of ,tbe Party may zxuiju surplus torney Jackson certainly slipped up on Water street to her residence on Second Belknap Hardware Co., of Louisville. (21 26 Undivided Profits Tho Old Love. many property owners of Madison the street, recently occupied bv Mr. Jas. n was ftuniiiiriy known to his legion have the door of opportunity Deposits Mibjcct to check (on Successor to Douglas & Culton ....... I Pfmrn TTMiv si ;iy si.'jot w not nam w unui which interest is . past month and "stuck" 'em for back Cosby and familv n,. " f ununpc to ii ipiti as wp ns rn ",k"' "" ,nnni. of admirers as IT" .ii 31.000 00 231 TVEST MAIN STREET t. Bills payable th.f ,i TELEPHONE 1 ; uuui "" ..j..it till? VIU .i, i, taxes. The rake off for the above gen,, lVlit:U l.tCi .f Mr David Dobrowsky, of Bedford, ...W $SI .379 50 Cigarette It was an old (lame of Total iiue nun. tlemen should make them happy and Ind., mine. Llpplncot t's. State of Kentucky I who is engaged in tho dry goods had. As Assignee of II. F. Kennedy, tho un County of Madison I 6CT contented for another year, as there is a business The resolutions as adopted The Lexington Herald has the follow place, spent the holidays I. II. S. Newlon. Ctishicr ol the above dersigned will, on "fat" per ccntage for all back taxes col- with hisat that here ing item of interest here: A dinner was follow: named bank, do solemnly swear Uiut the parents Judga Benton Appointed. lected. above statement is true to the best of my i Mr. Charles Cunningham, of Middles- - given by Mr and Mrs. J. C. Taylor of knowlcucc and bcllei. "Whereas, the Democratic t Judge James Benton, of 11. S. NEWLOX. Cashier. Central nvenue, to celebrate the reunion Sexator McCreaty will poll thousands boro, editor of the News, was here last to bcfo.rctne tho first in thirty Executive Committee has, or- this Judicial District, has S. Subscribed and swornof Deeemtier, by II. on tho premises, next door to J. R, of Republican votes, in addition to every, week enroute home from spendin of tho Taylor-famil1910. Xcwlon. the SCHi day Azbill's livery stable on Main street, in years. The guests of honor were Mr. dered a primary election tu T. COY. Notary Public. Democrat in the state, for his political Christmas at Irvine. J. been designated by Governor My commission Expires leb. 17,1914. Richmond, Ky., sell "I never hcare of such doinss. Tho and Mrs. L. Z. Taylor of Payette, Idaho, be held in Kentucky on the record, as well as his record as a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White, of Powell I W.T.TURNER 1 Billiard Table Willson as a special judge in JAS. K. HENRY idea of breaking into a child's bank to Directors. every walk of life in county, were in the city last week visit and Mr. It. M. Taylor of Waco, Tcras, 27th day of May, 1911 to se and in 4 Pool Tables the Franklin circuit court in CLAY BLAKEMANI which he is known, is clean in every ing relatives. Mr. White was formerly who has teen out of tho stato for twenty-epay a grocery bill. But it does bea: all 1G Chairs ight years. Tho attractive homo of lect candidates to com nose a of the word. Cense session to be held this week publisher of the Estill Herald. how some folks charge. Make a pcrscn 1 Lighting Outfit Mr. and Mrs. Taylor was decorated the State ticket to he voted Report of the Condition at Frankfort. feol like breaking into anything. Lot of Bar Fixtures and" other It is Ais't we glad the auditors agent can't Mr. J. D. Allman, of Nobelsvillc, Ind., throughout with Southern smilax and for November, 1911, and of the things too numerous to mention bit us for the dogs we failed to give in? spent several days during the Christmas Christmas bells Potted plants were ar because I'm treated right that I deal "Whereas, said Committee Said sale is absolute and is made for Edward Elliott Evidently many owners were scared, with his parents here. He is now in a ranged in the halls and reception rooms with the purpose of .polling tho assigned es TheguesU eighteen in number, were desires to hold a free Driinai'V for the assessor listed 1,125 more this large clothing store in that city Tho management of tho Richmond tate of 11. F. Kennedy. year thau he did la&t, and the Auditor's Attorney Charles Harris, of Versailles, seated at it largo round table which was fa fjjle en(l that the DOOr men T nt Waco, Madison county, Dointr n , agent has been in our midst since that was in the city last " iiruscma- - Ky. at businessbusincsu on the ISth day of Terms made known on day of sale. wu"v ts gorgeous xlccorati-in. close of stopping off bcautirul December. 1910 here enroute South. Ho thinks Kich- - or ferns and red carnations, ihe center OI tDe l,arty m W Have the tion, by this eminent dramatic reader, time too. Mike BESOURCES piece bein.; of fruit and flowers. A most door of Opportunity Opened to of the successful comedy "Tho Man mond the best town in the State. Republican editors are straining every Assignee of H. F. Kennedy. $ 55.S10 52 Loans and discounts J. C. Rallard and wife, of Grand elaborate course dinner was served, them as Well as to the rich.- - From Homo" as tho next number in tho IT- - S. and other linnd?. stocks mid cord to stir up strifo in tho Democratic 1.135 23 securities Low ' Dealing L" cours... Theplayis a satire on tho in- - Due from banks are patting Ben Johnson on Ilapids Mich, were In the city lastly Therefore be it ranks and 19.261 20 i rrt t t jii-- i j. . b-- j weoK mo guests oi r.icer A. is. liarnesl 3.75S 43 Actual Cash on hand Leiepnone the back, when he endeavors to unravel ODera House Building KesOl Ved , hat the DemO- - ternatonal marriage, and those who en- - Checks, cash items and exchange wife. They were enroute south to ,or - Fayetle, Idtho; K. M. Taylor. Waco, for clearintr . 115 bis patched up abuse against Senator and Texas; Mrt. A. T. Million, Riclimond. crats of Ilenrv fmint.v will M0 '"S'1 c,ass Pla's will find in tho in- - Overdrafts (secured) CO im" spend tho winter. C McCrcary. ir T I ! 1H 17 Overdrafts (uusecurcd) T. w Tnvlnr . ami .urs. uiarcrxe l,rti,i 0o5,l t lerpretation of Mr. Elliott tho ontirn Current expenses and taxes paid GU9 93 Misses Mattie Elder ind Edna Giun- 10 Real estate puesis nrpsnnt irnp. ..l,07r Linrr Cong rem convenes tomorrow after a chlgliani will rolurn tao laiter part of r.uoeri 2.1(0 ii iJOSS 63 Krauiicauon ot tueir test literary and Furniture arid KlxtutcH recess for the holidays. The members this week to tho Cincinnati Collego of Mrs. c. T, Taylor, Mrs. L. z. Taybr, nominate cana mates to com dramatic tastes. Mr. E.liott will annear Other Assets not included in any Fine 00 of above heads Mrs. J. W, Duncan, Richmond, Ky., Mr. pose the ticket under all drew their salary just the same, and Music, after spending tho holidays with the onjanuary 0, in the Normal Chapel, at Total and Mrs. W.L Duncan, dty;. Dr. J. E. rules jitui rpoii'nfirms t . mm 02 and 1 Jennet in foal to fine took Xmzs on Uncle Sam. their parents here. hn S p. m. A concession in the prico of -v rn i ts n n .Attjior, tm., i Millie.. ...... LIABILITIES km. io,l Ktt fKo Cfof n Jack, wil be sold publicly, tickets has been made, and citizens can nroeni. Mrs. R. C. Morgan came over from RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Oyw 221 dogs are listed in Richmond. Capital Stock paid in. In cash j. tlS.ono 03 At tho Close of Business, December 31st, 1910 Lexington to bo present at tho Christ-ma- s Okla; a11 COst exe?Pt ooiam ticKDls at tho Normal School Surplus fund ajoo CO next Court Day, in Richmond, ir Il Bonis like there ought to bo a few V.ee of Siis Ethlvn Egbert. Clarke Undivided profits t injiiii pi isi.ou ior the re- Deposits subject to check, oit L3S8 79 RESOURCES party git-e- byiier grand daughter, Egbert antl Ckrence Egbert, "iuhmuo the season. LIAIMMTIES More than that, doesn't it? Jr. The as 10 oauol,s' mainder of f Single admis 4, 1,631 50 which Interest Is paid. Mario LouUe "Kellogg, at the. Masonic S322.931 40 Capital Stoci tjoans ana Discounts . 3100,000 00 Taylor family wis originally of Madiswi Deposits Eubject to check, on . Be it further resolved, That sion is, 00c. Temple Thursday night. which, interest is not paid .96S 73 coumy, so us ana qaugnvers oi waruesjn tho Uemnf.-nt.- s nf TTpnrv nn j 7 at 11 o'clock, on J Street. Banking House, ctCw.. Misses Russell Stoufftr and Anno Ben I and Klixs. I'ovtnr, TnrlAr rnnrl rhIM.;. l-$!G.1M 08 . 9,000 00 eaU 0a tlie Democrats Of TRADE MORAL The quality o StateTotal... " oi Kentucky I nett Cohen have returned to Lynchburg of Tarletoil Taybr, who came from xlc-- 1 CfaxHlatioa 57.000 00 This is a dissolution sale.and Cash and Due lrem . Mr. Benjaain Dobro wsky has returned Count of Madison set """" iginiaiaitJt, winoi leiverion i'evton . atiine counties in tue State t ijat .. . 19 seposlte . ....... a.Matvo a,, what you haveo sell Is known I, R. SC. Rowland. Cahier of tl ie birxs 313438 nou was hj rtnuiuuouary Soulier ana rn to do 10 Stat University t Lexington. stock must be sold .. Can be likewise nameUAUatiK. uosoiciiinlr ftiveari tlmt the dolpii Macon College,, after spending I member o( the little band with Boone In K12.477 M 9C12.477 M Tela! , to some people ail of the time above statement is tru to the bejit ot my seen at Wm. Martin's stable, Tetal Xk. Rsm)1 Kefeitwon spent the holidays with hoc folks. the other Tn' Lthe:EaVrt,a?l?r',as Resolved, That all Demo' knowledge and belief. i4At Deposits DKMMn W 3i, 190 $258,178 54 )mI wmIc wik hie MMMts at London. St- - !. Howtand.CiMhler: r. vi Jife'iuui aim jveaiunKy, are Deposit Sam Burma i ea & short vfclt to 30)2,867 98 SI, 1908 and all of some o! Subscribed and sworn to before! n--i tbU Main street, Sunday, Feb. G, ade4 frjim Jataes Taylor, who canto cratic papers in the State be Mr. X. A. WHfceB, of Jepttr., Xo.. is his parents, Mr. Deposits Ownbw 31, 19M 348.130 49 Ewrllind to Virginia In 1635. He asked to publish these resolujnu uay ui, uerewDcr, piu, Mil. Robt. IL Bur. f mi or addrees ' the" time but Jadvertise regu- Iy ceilunbjefoa expires Jan. M. IHIf W fpetfully sJkit ad iavit a skM ot patrowiac. whbMok in return 1 Taylor, Ma. Mf. RntM swifiM aa.bftport- - wf wgrajifcon of Dr. Roslasd HmUiv, tions and aid in bringing to .Notary itiKc the suke in ; " m. jwtt Minos.; "41 Met Mt rriTlHit ia ! Miric--r wriy with ut ami youH reaofi fCfc. passra fair and free primary It w mi I at try. THE 5,340 SANTA CUDS everything A Perfect Bookcase an artistic standpoint, side of the question. you Not only 'always stops at McKee's way of Novelties. your order the Come down and leave the matter what style of what space you wish to every place. also there's a some of our Macey Sterling Silver our and show cases just Sectional Bookcases or we can show you the nicest Novelties we have ever had of Jewelry six standard graddes and sizes of sections are made others. 5tart today with a the one bookcase above Add a section as with your book case that absolutely 5ectional Bookcase demand. The proof and doors. fitted with can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good fore Christmas old-tim- e, one-roo- one-teach- er Luman & Higgins OWEN McKEE GOODS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opp. Hotel Glyndon West The Richmond Climax. Take Your Tobacco to Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse For The Sale Of Co Paris.... LOOSE LEAF TOBAGGO 704 .... Both Telephones Best Light and for Men and Teams Free-Accommodati- L. & Time Table Mid-nigh- inn -J aP -- cctr.-omic- al 1 -- m A Good Resolution a-- State 6 Trust hnse wto te -- Just Say How Much It t-t- w Farmers Bank Vaste savins rlc .if Assignee's Pr "" .- I SAXJE. C. C. CULTON Tuesday Jan. 10, MplSI y, Betsy's Pointers Ken-tuckia- n, Waco Deposit Bank wc-ck- -- s Peters Lackey & Todd " J"!r The Home of I jy-.- t: Jack Sale 3 Jacks Prices and 5auare -- C? v.,., Clfeeos Mational Banl S!r,MFund statement of the Condition of n PItte? . -- PLR50NAL5 Monday, Feb, 6, First SMfcjizL w2 tw de-M- the-peopl- a4 Dmbr ' j;oiy ii im uw rawest ot tpe party. iw utiuuiyjv.tfiL.iC. .Bv&'jraaMitigi iCorhbs & Dennis. i! i - J. W. CROOKE. ..Cashier Faded Scoundrel Tries to Turn School Enter. tainment Into a Tragedy tf Pa Jl Deaths. if For Rent. My rcsidencd on Broadway Phone 185. JohnR. Pates, "Woods Wins A few nice Rhode Island Red Cock-R- . A. Cosby, erels for sale. As tho result of tho work of some The National Convention of the Sigma According to the figures of Assessor Red House, scoundrel, evidently with murder in his Nu fraternity held last week ' in Indianapolis, Taylor tho total value of assessable Ky. mind, Roy Scrivener, fourteen-year-ol- d unanimously elected property in Madison county is $12,181,-73- 1. son of Jefferson Scrivener, of Irvine, has Clarence Woods, of Richmond, to the The Board of Supervisors is now Card of Thanks. a bullet wound in his left leg that may in session and of course these figures The family of Mrs. Mary Bolton high office of Grand Recordorand Editor cause serious trouble. Tho lad received will bo changed, in all probability raised of tho Delta, tho chiof organ of tho Natho wound in a school entertainment desiro to extend their thanks to all who tional Association. ' This is his ninth soveral thousand dollars, as is the case wero so kind to them in their recent last 'Wednesday evening. every year. consecutive election for the placo, covProf. J. L. Carpenter, principal of the bereavement and especially to the Red ering a period of eighteen years. Assessor Taylor, with his force of Men. Irvine High School had arranged for a deputies, have made an excellent record There was some opposition developod play to close the term just prior to tho to Mr. Woods several montiis ago, and tho past fall in taking the assessment Will Speak. holidays, and a pistol in the hands of lists and tbe above figures show an inhis friends, throughout tho country, ML. Mr. Joseph Bales, of this county, will the hero" was to lay low tho villain. Tho crease over tho revised list of last year. on the alert ever since to seo be one of the principal speakers this have been weapon was carefully loaded with blank this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid Tho Board of Supervisors are that all political moves wero woll in Lexingcartridges before the curtain was rung week at tho Farmers meeting at elecallowed fif'.een days and in this time collection o pieces and suites especially appropriate ton. Mr. Bales will talk on beef cattle. hand when tho time came for the up and placed in tho dressing room. they aro supposed to go over the list tion. According to the roports tho opfor holiday gifts. When tho gun was drawn in tho play it He is one of tho best posted men in this position amounted to nil and his eleccarefully and see that each property country on the above subject. was surcnough loaded and young Scrivtion was practically unanimous. owner is given a square deal, as woll las ener, who was handling the villain the county. With him and acting as his lieutenCard of Thanks. character, received tho ball in tho left The following is the assessment by ants wero Thomas H. Pickols; Hood Wo desiro toXcxpress our heartfelt log just above tho kneo. magisterial districts according to the Little, of Chicago, C. K. Bain, :of Lexfor it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Clans Tho boy gave a cry of pain and fell into thanks to all those who administered to ington, N. T. McKee, .of Mt. Sterling assessor's list: No. 1 (Richmond) to come and do his part. We will reserve any furnitho wings of tho stagey but the audience us in our recent bereavement and so and Congressman Harvey Helm. The No. 2 (Richmond) $1,033,711; never realized what had happened until lovingly helped us to bear the burden election of an editor for the Delta, was No. 3 (Foxtown) 31,025,700; No. 4 (Union) ture chosen now till wanted tho curtain was rung down several min- with their kind words. $1,203,900; No. 5 (Ellis Yates) $l,2S0,0SO; one of the chief matters to come beforo John'Stone and family. utes afterwards, thinking all tho time No. 0 (Tho Glades) 31,241,800; &o. 7 tho convention. ho was playing his part in a masterful (Kingston) $1,092,730; No. 8 (Million) Since it has been in tho hands of tho Scooping Mud. Tho death of Mrs. Eugenia Burnam manner. Richmond man, it has been placed upon $310,230. The stroots are being cleared by the a high standard of journalism, and each Humo, coming so unexpected, was a Thodfflccrs aro working hard for a The Board of Supervisors consists of cluo to tho perpetrator of the deed, and city prisoners, and all the surplus mud issuo contains much editorial matter great shock to a wide circle .of friends seven members and are as follows! W. if found they will bo handled to the is boing raked in piles, preparatory to from tho pen of tho who is and relatives, who had been intimately S. Hunley, Richmond: T. S. Burnam, fullest extent of the law. Fortunately having it carted off to the dumps This prominent in tho fraternity all over the associated with this good woman for Kirksville;E. P. Million, Foxtown; J. R many y6ars. Mrs. Humo was in the tho lad who was playing the hero, is the right movo and the thoroughfares country, and a writer of much ability. Dunbar, Union; M. W. Miller, Elliston; 75th year of her age and was born and B. S. pointed tho weapon at the leg of young of tho city should all be given a good Terrell, The Glades and T. J. reared in Madison county. Her parents Jones, Million. They are allowed $3.00 Read IL Scrivener or a mortal wound would cleaning during January and February, oro pioneer Kcntuckians, her father have resulted. per day for their services and it takes Tho members of the Everybody"should road Prof. Smith's AH Busy. migrating from JSorth Carolina, but them all of the fifteen days at hard work Stock-,o'- s FOR SALI2 Now residence in Bur-J- . cast as well as Prof. Carpenter aro at Uresis suitable for offices over excellent articlo on "Plum Culture in her mother was a nativo of Bourbon Practically all of the stores 'are going loss to know who could have placed the to go over the list carefully. drug store. Apply at Stockton & nanvood. is' appearing in this if Stone. county. Her father's name was Thompthru the arduous duties of invoicing this Kentucky" which loaded cartridge in the pistol. The list shows the number of dogs this 3t issue of the Climax. It is ono of the son Burnam, her mother a Miss Fields. So week and it is certainly a busy litno with For Rent. year to be 2,073. Of this number 2,103 many neglected fruits and Prof. Smith Her demiso Gov. Throughout the state the tho business men of the city. To sco occurred last Tuesday morn- - are owned by while people and 505 "by Next Street Two unfurnished rooms up stairs over tells in a plain way how anyono can cigar is becoming immonsly pop-ii- Cut Rate Grocery about noon at the home of Hon. the colored. Last year Mayor Rico will have tho street force "Just whero you are at" is tho proper easily securo a good growth of trees. No. 2 apply the total numB. Hcrrington after a brief illness. r They liavo such a peculiarly dc- Mrs. J. C. George. at work on Ilight street just as soon as thing at tho first of tho year. Pay what Read how to grow plums and then start Three children Mrs. L. B. Herrington, ber of dogs given in wero 1,550, with you owe, if possible, and start out with TVT E wish ou a prosperous and happy New l.;.;us flavor. If yon are not smoking 1,225 for tho whites and 325 for tho coltho weather will permit. That street in tho business. Lost Mrs. Harvoy Chcnault, of this city and a new determination. " Crm, begin now. Year, and many of them. We thank 3'ou is the next in line for a general overored folks. Mr. Edgar Hume, of Louisville, survive Two koys on chain about a yard long. hauling and it will bo fixed up in tip top senator "Took" Hubble was in tbe The assessors's job is one of the most also for 3our patronafie in the past and trust To Corporations. Plenty Left her, besides ono brother, Rov, E. II males. lie is a Key on each ond. Return to Hotel shape. c u Mcnday buj-inAccording to tho reports from out in Bjrnam, of Leroy, Va. She was the lucrative in the county, for he is rethat we will remain as firm friends All corporations with headquarters in we have s"..r:wj buyer, as well as a nifty, peliti-- c Glyndori for rcwiird. quired to work only about two months in this county have been notified by The the rural districts, thero has been plenty widow of tho lato William S. Hume, ono Excellent One. been in the past. May you continue to do well Ha purchased several mules at out of the year. His salary this year zt 5o!d Place. Collector of Internal Revenue, J. Sher of quail loft over for' next season. The of Madison, county's most substantial Manager Corzelius certainly spread a in all things and our business relations fr,r $175 to 200 per head. hunters haven't killed what was eifizens and founder of tho Hume dis- will be nearly 32,000. By law he is Ralestati agent B. F. Golden sold sumptuous feast before his guests on man Cooper, of this district, to make thought would be at the opening of the allowed $100 for the first million dollars grow stronger and bigger each year. Good reports as to income, otc. A heavy fine tillery at Silver Creek. His death ocYear's Gift New lat weel; the farm known as the Irvine Christmas Day. tho menu boing one is worth of property assessed and $125 for attached to all that fail to comply. season, and it seems that local gunners curred in 1S85. Mrs. Hume, up until a luck awaits you for 1911 T;-.State Bank & Trust Company is Azbill place near water works, contain- of the most elaborate ever known in If each succeeding million. By these figyou have not received a blank form, aro not good shots. In some places few days prior to her death, had been a many patrons a neat little ing oightceii acres to J. M. Bowman. this section on such an occasion. The ir.a .z to its flocks have been shot into several tim'cj, great worker in tho fields of charity, and ures it can be seen the salary of the write to tho collector at onco. The price w.is 1,S50. lr.-- J book, w.iieh contains a lot of traveling public make Richmond a Sunwith tho result that only about one tho success of tho Pattio A. Clay In Assessor of Madison will run within a day stop over on account of tho excellent information, besides few dollars of $2,000 as the Board of To His Ship. third of them wore bagged. firmary, was largoly duo to her untiring Cuban Club. 10c faro at the Glyndon. Supervisors will most likely raise the t.;:.'.w pages for ready memorandum. Capt. Carlo Brittain. of tho United lforts. Sho labored for this causo up Cuban Star, 5c to about $13,000,000. In addition Dairy Show. until a few hours before her death, and total States Navy, left Monday for Philadel Notice to Stockholders. Stockholders Meeting to this he is allowed an extra sum for phia, thence to the Caribbean sea, where Winter Term. her lifo in this respect is worthy of emThe dairy show which is being held Tt-.assessing tho banks. annual election of Directors of the The annual mooting of the stockhold he will join his ship, the Massachusetts. by tho Dairy Department of State Uni- ulation. Sinco tho foundation of this The winter term of Berea College be- ers of-tS"-- -o Hank and Trust Co , will be held Madison National Bank, of Ho will spend the winter cruising in versity at Lexington this week, prom- institution she had been a member ol DEATHS. The Richmond, Ky., will bo held on Tues a fo bank in Richmond, Kontuoky on gins today in five departments Telephone Gor. Second & Main school is enjoying a wonderful growth day, January 10th, between tho hours of Southern waters. Capt. Brittain spent ises to be a great display of dairy pro- tho Board of Regents and had always Tw;3j, January 10, 1811 between the William Shelton, aged SO years, one tho holidays with his wife at the home ducts. Several dairy supply houses taken a leading part in tho work. Sho and is looking forward to even greater 10 a. m. and 2 p. m to olect directors for cf ten a. m. and two p. m. as a member of tho Old Baptist church of the oldest Baptist ministers and eduof her father, Mr. Thomas E. Baldwin, disIL E. Tuni.Br, Cashier. things the coming year. tho ensuing year and to transact any in tho county. Mrs. Brittain is slowly have asked for room in which to umiliarly known as the "Hard shells" cators in the South, passed away at his play dairy appliance". Applications for If you have not sold your tobacco, take other business that may como before recovering after a long illness and hopes To-nigentry blanks have been received from and her lifo was spent in teaching thoso home in Stanford last week aftor a brief them. :t to the Mndison Warehouso whore the to bo well enough in tho early spring to dairymen in all parts of Kentucky. ; who wero thrown in contact with illness. At ono time ho was President R. R. Burnam, Cashior. be ablo to join T:a Red Men will hokl forth this top irics prevail. Thore's a reason, tf Universiher husband. In view of tho extensive exhibit of it that thero was something better in of the University of Nashville, with a big Pow Wow in honor Rushing Things. tho other world. In her wcro manifest ty of Los Angolcs, Cal., and South WestWonderful Youth. milk, cream and butler, that will bo Strange. New Occupants. c' r';s ten pale faces recently captured ern Baptist University. Besides two The managers of the Madison Tobacco sent in by the dairymen, and duo to tho ed all tho virtues of truo womanhood Whitefield Jackson, tho fifteen year e: J scalped. The work will be followed Last Saturday, the 31st, was the last Tho handsomo hew brick store room lame disnlav of dairy machinery, that and her sudden and unexpected death children, Mrs. J. C. McClary, of Stan Warehouse, report a County the past week with flourishing busines V. a sumptuous bwiquet and several day of the decade, the last day of the old brother of County Attorney Jackson, which is boing rapidly completed by Dr. will bo sent in by dairy supply houses, it filled tho community with unfeigned ford and H. I). Shelton. of Seattle, Meet Death in lill prices searing tor.g Ucd Men aw expected. year, the bust day of the month and the is something of a phenom with the Dert Gibson on Main street, will bo oc Washington, ho is survived by one ward the topmost point. Monday a the Result of Explosion. has been decidod to display all theso sorrow anil regret. Funeral services last day of the week. Can you figuro it drawing crayons and water colors. He cupied by Mrs. J. M. Barlow & Co.. and dairy products in connection with tho ero conducted by her brother, Rov. E. grandchild, Editor Shelton Saufley, of large crowd was present and the buyers New Banker. out when lais phonomona will appear ne-c- r took a lesson in his life, yet he Farley & March. Tho former is the corn show at tho Armory building of II. Burnam at tho Herrington homo last tho Stanford Journal. Samuel Spicer and his son, John, met were bidding lively. 10,000 lbs were handles tho most difficult landscapes firm carrying ladies ready-to-welit Wm O'Neal, formerly with the apt in? garUniversity. Tho dairy meet- Wednesday and interment followed in horriblo death last Saturday afternoon sohl and in the let were seme excellent Miss Lloyd Again. whore the colorings aro extremely hard ments and tho latter is tho well known tho State L A V oflice here, has accepted posi-t- : ing will bo held at tho college of agricul- the Richmond cemetery. at their homo about a mile south of prices. A crep tetengmg to Wittkim Coming. to harmonize, with the skill of a finish at the MadtMMi Na-t- : as Tho many friends of Miss Alice Lloyd milinery firm. Tiiey will occupy the ture, and the dairy products will bo disof an Gordon went as Wttck as 20 ets far a r.a' Bank and took charge of his du-i:in this county will be interested in tho Irvine, Estill county, as the result Manager Bastor, of the opera house ed artist. His work is tho finest ever basement and first floor and will have played at that, meeting and after tho choice basket, whiln ether baskets Tho nows of tho death of Stephen report xplosion of a quantity of Thursday. Mr. O'Neal is a hustling has announced "Tho Squaw Man" for shown in this section, considering his ono of tho prettiest stores in the city. meeting they will bo taken to tho corn that she will shortly take hold of 12 bfotnjht 13 10 15 1. AVhito Bolton, was a great shock to his ine. JSeartho home ot the fcpwwrs ts -j age and experience. Ho intends to make Tho second floor will bo used as flats man and his friends will be glad the 12th of thismonth.a play that made - jthe Maysville Independent and run that K 5 9 1. The show and exhibited thero. many friends in Richmond. Tho body paper several abandoned oil wells, awl while 22 .VI, 18 I.r.cw that he is bsginning a businose theatre goers of this country attend the this a lifo study. in the interest of tho Burloy Toand will bo modern in ovcry particular. Great interest has beon takon in the f tho young man was found in the the father and son were making an ex crop of S. Johnson, of CeHepo 1I1H. of c;rc;r with an able, institution. performances over ami ovor again. It dairy show, and tho premiums for farm arago of O. R. Hukle, Lexington, last bacco Society. Miss Lloydihas come cavation Saturday, they discovered 3 wagon k4s went for 3I3.SO per cwt. Money For Louis. Will Petition. was the play that made William Favcr butter aggregate $113, with a Bluebell Saturday morning and the coroner's ver- into the limelight in recent years very about ten feet under the ground a pecul On aeeount of the increase in business Died Suddenly. Mr. Louis Landram, editor of the Dansham owe o the most popular actors ol Joe Howard, who was given a term of 70, International Harvester Co., cream dict was that he camo to his death forceably by taking the stump in the iar looking can, mado of tin and abottt the company has been ferned to lease ville Messenger, is in good luck. The two years in thepenitontiary for perjury L?w:s Harris, a woll known negro the day. separator as first premium. Prizes for through cerebral hemorrhages. Ho had interest of the pooling of tobacco and foot in length. Thinking the top extra room and have aoquired Ihe government has just ordered tho paj-- - at tho last term of the Madison circuit town, dropped doad at his farm milk total $50; for form cream $10; been dead several hours when discov- her speeches havo gained for her a wide ight bo melted off, they placed it in a Deatherage warihensos, near the presmcnt of 84,750 to bo mado him which court, will petition tho Governor for a I. -- o c:i North First street last Satur-ca- j Change of Venue. ent one, where sales will also be held. creamery butter $20 and for certified ered. Ho had been in tho employ of nolorjety. Sho was many years Presi- big open fire place. sum represents commissions duo his pardon on the 12th of this month. It for cvc:;.ng He :.vas in conversation milk and cream $20. Awards will bo that firm for some time and was well dent of the Madison Femalo Institute tho Winchester Circuit Court father, tho lato William Landram, who In a few minutes a terrific explosion Over a million pounds of the weed has hero and was noted as an educator. Her w.'" lit wife at the time, arranging to been sold over the Madison Warehouse Benton irranted a charce of was collector of Internal Revenue for will bo recalled that Joe Howard was announced at the dairy meeting Friday liked by all who know him as well as homo is at German town, in Mason took place, and the entiro house was im breaks !ince the 13th of November. spcr.d Sunday with a relative, when he Jude the star witness for the defense in the morning, January 0. enue to Charles Forkncr in the suit this district, Tho bill authorizing the mediately enveloped in a mass of Names. his employers. Deceased was a native county. iiiJJcKly gave several guttural sounds of Richmond and his first work as a The father and son were instantly killed ainst him for 850,000 brought by tho payment of this amount was introduced trial of Charles Falkncr for tho killing years ar.J fell over. He was forty-fiv- e Haggard, and it is claimed Opera House Thursday, JanA Double Wedding. widow of T. Q. Haggard, who was killed by Senator Bradley. The many friends of Tandy and other members of the family terri outh was in tho Climax oflice, about Wants Child. r.rre cf that on his testimony tho jury acquitted uary 5th. bly jarred, but were ablo to elrag Ihe by I'orknei last summer. The case will of tho popular nowspapor man will be On Tuesday the 27th, one of tho pret ton years njro. His mother. Mrs. Mary the defendant. After the trial tho comUnder a decision by Judge Shackel bodies out and save themselves from the be tried in tho Bourbon court. New Firm. glad to know that his claim has been monwealth discovered evidence by tiest weddings of the season was a dou-bl- o Bolton, with two sisters and ono brother. The Wm Monse will bo seen at the ono which was solemnized at tho all of whom reside in Lexington, sur- - ford in tho county court on tho 21st, burning building. opera house Thursday, Jan. 5. The allowed after many years of hard work which they could prove that Howard U:chmo:id is to have a new grocery Grover Fish will divided timo with his It is tho supposition that the can of Frankfort News speaks as follows of the Goes South. on the part of representatives, to get it had purged himself in his tcstimonyand Methodist church at Collego Hill at one ivo him. The remains wore brought H. Thorpe, formerly with firm, Mr . had beon there for the company: contracting parties boing Mr. here Monday and interred in the local wife Duley Fish, in keeping their three Mr. Hugh Cassiday, son of President thru. they convicted him of tho charge and o'clock the the Madison National Hank, having John Norris and Miss Virginia Willough- - cemetery, after funeral services con year old child. The child has boen in past live or six years since operations Frankfort saw a new company in Covington' Casi.iduy of Madison Institute, who has an interest with T. T. the jury gave him a penitentiary sen custody of its mother for several ceased in the oil fields. New Partner. by, Mr. John Burton nnd Miss Owen ducted by the Richmond Lodge of Red tho "The Bww Monse" Monday afternoon tence. la the grocery business on Main street, been with tho Mason & Hanger Co., for months, who is at present living apart The L. & A. train was passing the and evening and liked it. Frankfort Griggs. Tho church was beautifully Men. The Richmond Tobacco Warehouse ar.d the combination will undoubtedly sevtiral months,has accepted a professor- from her husband. Fish asked the scene about tho timo the explosion ocLogs decorated. The pulpit was arched with Company has disposed of an interest in has seen the piny befere and found it an produce a flourishing business. The hip in the Texas State College at Col- court for the child an equal part of tbe and severa? of the passengers felt amusing comedy of rife in New York in Wanted man and outfit to haul 100 ferns, smilax and Easter lilies. As Miss man, as lojrc Station and left Saturday to take up the concern to Mr. B. B. Million, one of nna Katherinc Stone, tho fourteen time, but was grantod only a portion of curred new rartner is a keen business tho jar. far- logs eight miles to Richmond. Epson started tho beautiful strains of ear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John a rather Hvoly set. The piny was one well r.s V.r Covington, which it takes to bis now ciuties. Ho is a graduate of Madison county's most substantial Lohengrin's wedding march, tho brides Stone, of Fifth street, died at the tho time asked. Tho evidenco was of theso set on the list of tho tou?h GREEN CLAY, Pulliam-Herndo- n. Central University and a brilliant young mers. Mr. Million enjoys a wide friend enterprise. a. make room and plays in New York, but it did net imship in this section of tho state and with Richmond, Ky. maids Misses Geneva Willoughby and home of her parents on Christmas Day, heard by a crowded court Phono 309-- 3 man. special from Danville snys: "Mr. press one as being worse than tho aver Anna Griggs camo down tho loft alslo aftor a short illness of Ptomaino poison. much unsavory testimony was brought Drowned. his broad knowlcdgo of the business, he 2t lrgmia Sho was an unusually bright and at out. Tho case grew out of the Fish- - U. M. Horndon, formerly of Boyle but age farce. followed bv the brides Misses will bo ablo to draw a great deal of Store Injured. T e body of Price Todd, who was Welch trouble, now pending in the now of Grant county, and Ms Lucy Joe Gets It O.ven Griggs. The Villnii?hbv and Miss Gertrude Hitz played tho Bine trado to the now house. He is a fine tractive sirl and woll liked by all who dr j" ;:d :it M il!cnburg. Bourbon counPulliam, who has resided near Shelby Mouso and pfeijed it well. She is small The many friends in this county of business man and will make an excel drug clerk at groomsmen Mr. Jesso Quiscnborry and know her. She was a pupil at tho Cald courts. All parties are from Berea. Mr. J oo Schafhausen, ty sever.'1 day ago while walking across City, married in Lexington yesterday and very pretty, with a winning smile Messrs II. W. McKinney and Wm. lent partner for the other owners, B. L. Middelton's store, has been ap Mr. Brandenburg in tho opposite aisto woll High School and popular among n tho ice. was brought H:rV , r Court of Appeals. and left immediately for his homo in and Ihe babyish ways that are supposed Baumstark will regret to learn that their Messrs. Jones and Blick. This house, pointed registrar for Richmond and followed bv tho crooms Messrs. Norris her associates. Tho funeral services .r iMirial. The death ol to t s stoie at Georgetown was almost com although just starting in business, is vicinity by the State Board of Vital and Burton. Tho brides carried a show wero conducted at tho East end Chris Considering her size, Madison county Grant count v. Both aro welL known to go with a woman who relies for her . t:-c .1 : ..a:, can rrat khock to pletely mined by fire and water i;everal making good headway and is having nnd very populir people and have many charm on physical qualities Statistics, and entered upon his now or bouquot of roses and wero beautifully tian church, Monday, tho 20th of De stands out away ahead of other counties alone. Miss 1 is r're.iUi and fr.Hhs. Ho was a sen suits of blue. Imme cembe.r by Rev. W. O. Foster, interment in tho state in Court of Appeals litiga friends who wish them a long and hap- Hitz had a good support and the wholo days agj. Thoy are Madison ,county some fine sales. duties January 1st. This will not inter attired in tailored cf Dabney Todd, of IJybeolawn, and was boys py life." Tho groom was a former resi cast was diately aftor tho marriage tho happy following in tho Richmond cemetery. and have built up a good trado in well balanced. Barbara Douz- tion. There aro only throe cases on the fere with his present duties. in t.is 22-ijiar. Efe had been with rel- the Sedt county capital. ' They of Madison, but left hero about two kis was good in appearance docket for tho January term dent the part of Mrs. Lewellyn. Fine Program. This new law went into effect on Jan couples departed, Mr. and Mrs. Uurlon toatives the p?-- yax mUuuc crop of years ago and purchased a farm in Boyle of tho bride's mother insurance to the amount of about The Blue Mouso will be the attraction which began last Monday. They aro The Christmas Observance by Rich uary 1. 1911, and requires physicians to going to tho homo bacco near Millir&tMinr and v a young The death of Mrs. Willson, wifo of the set for Wednesday January 11th, and near Shelby City. Last fall h moved at the opera house Thursdav, January $12,000 which partially covered their mond Commandcry, No. 19 K. T. was report all births to tho local registrar. whero an elaborate luncheon was served. man of hterl"'" worn. W. W. Willson, who was to Grant county. htss. oth. Seals on sale Monday. Jatiuarv requires undertakers to report all whiln Mr. and Mrs. Norris went to tho lato Professor iro as follows: Bronston's Admr. vs. one of tho most enjoyable events of the It also of tho grooms parents, Mr. and for many years professor of Greek in Bronston's heirs; Casteel vs Hockaday 2nd at U ine's Drug store. deaths, and holds them responsible for home Notice Letters. Our motto is "Tho highest price for holiday week. It was on Monday, the Mrs. Charlie Norris whero a ,limited Central University, occurred at her lato etc and Colycr Bros., vs Neyens. Dur Boar nil cropi" Madison tobacco warehouse. 2T3th, and the Asylum was crowded with obtaining and filing a certificate of death mv Silver t'-h I will stand The following unclaimed letters are at Shelby county several days ing tho year 1910 thero were only ten with tho registrar, and securing a burial number of friends and relatives wero in home in .Suicide. ai tf heg, :.t nv : .me m Iii Sill friends of the Commandery. 'lho pro Richmond postoffico for the week end died about a year cases appealed from the Madison circuit removal porniit, prior to any disposi vited to shower congratulation on tho :igo. Her husband A telegram received here Monday at .lue'itlm. wx-fc- i h ren lo!. ono of tho best ever heard on or oy me SI 00. gram was ing December 20th. Persons for callyoung couplo. Tho old colonial homo a"o. Sho was welt Known nero court, which shows the ability of the tion of tho body. noon conveyed the news of the death by Goes South. I. dered. ing for same will say"Advertised." a similar occasion. Tho principal ad:TilMm nitxj sbxwt Judge as well as the attorneys at All physicians and undertakers have was a sceno of loveliness tho tiro house older generation. trial " suioide of Euzene Wilson, which took etvtee. by Sir Knight J. C. large em'i. :ir Mary Bates, Mr. Russell Brown, Man- - pkico in Rev. William O. Foster, who bus been dress was delivered ts and tho local bar, who generally recognize been notified and supplied with blank hoinc banked with ferns. wwn St. Louw, where the young man W. B. Turloy oro in New Front, pastor at the Nowby Christian Church, Crabb and tho speaker delivered a fine certificates by tho local registrar. white chrysanthemums. TU decisions here to be as nearly perfect as dy Jano Cox, Mrs. Minnie J. Cox, Rtv. had been for several months. The mesHiH Ave. appropriate to tho occasion, IF nice G. S. Daugherty. Rev. J. II. Decn, Mr. sage was this county for sometime, has accepted discourse, The Bureau of Vital Statistics, which viipd to tho dininir room whut The storo room on Main street ocsu possible. received by County Clerk Teratr .Mrs. pied by tho well known firm of Luman C. A. Ellis (2), Miss Kate Gibbs, Mr. a oall.M) the West End Ghristian Church which was listened to with marked is a department of tho State Board of luncheon was served. Mr. rell, who is Exalted Ruler of the Richpresent. The charming Wilson Hendrix, Mr. M. E. Holland, mond Lodge at All inte, Georgia and loft last v?eek to tention by allBright was never heard to Health, will mane a special effort dur- - Norris will co to house keenimr th'.- "rst it Higgins, is undergoing some ropairs Disastrous Fire. of Elks of which young-WilsoMrs. Will Maupin, Mr. J. D. McDowoll, take jr his now duties. Rev Foster voice of Miss year to havo as full reports as of the year on his farm near town . mako itoneof the most modem that will was member. He will be reAt Nowby, this county, a disastrous Mr. Logan McGuire. Mrs. Minnie Moore, advantago, and her solo work was inc this oocupiod tho pulpit at the East End better in tho city. The entiro front, excepting fire almost wiped out tho business por (2) Mr. JakeNoah. Miss I'addie Phillips, membered here as a clerk in the Busiprogram. The oxer-cis- possible mado of births, especially in Ohrisdan church here several times a featuro of the county of tho slate, The Dog Law. largo entrance at tho side, will be tion of that little hamlet last Monday Mr. B. T. Rose. Mr. James Tomer. Mr. ness Department of the Normal School until about noon, when each city, town and lasted ud sinae rosisnine tho pastorate about a and physftians and others who. do not of tho pro- plato glass and will bo a most modoru evening entailing a loss of about 8,000 Charlev Reed. Mr. Stewart Sanders, Mr. under President Roark, and resigneel served. Did you ever stop to think year ago, and the congregation were light refreshments wcro mako a report to the registrar will bo visions of the Dog Law, which has been show window. Tho building is owned with $2,000 insurance. Tho losses are Wade Shiilet, J. w. bmitn, nr. James last June to accept a position in St. WarmotM. Mr. J. It. West, Mrs. Belle great lv attached to him. Ho was grad liablo to prosecution, a State Inspector the basis forso much discussion through by Senator McCreary. Court Day. John Stapp store building, 32,000 no in Anderson. Mrs. Dicie Banks. Mr. James Louis He was well known and univeruated from Transylvania Biblo College, having been appointed for this purpose, out the state? Read tho following from surance: Fred Farris stock of Goods in Barker, Miss Mattie Ballew, Miss Jessie sally liked by all here, and his untimely Monday proved a good court day in Tjariii-rton- . last June.. Rev. Foster is a Settled. Stapn Building. 33,500 Iwith $2,000 in Beachey. Miss Lucy Uusli, UotTman & death, came as a shock to a large numthe statute: Any owner or harborer of the Madison County Live Stock Market Abbott, Mr. Charley Concler. Mr. Davis ber of friends. Wilson was native of Walton county, Georgia. a native of a dog, subject to bo taxed, who shall Don Wiggins, tho hustling proprietor surance: Large tobacco barn belongin, There wero about 800 cattle on the mar. Ellard. Mr. Jim Darnell. Air. Solomon School News r fail or refuse to list Ihe tame with the of the Cut Rate grocery stores, has had to Mrs. Sue Ragan with a lot of tobacco Duncan. Mournin Durbin. Miss Lula Crab Orchard, whero his parents reside, kct and they sold from a quarter to Exhibited. Trophy Black Coa', Rmnd Cxial, assessor, shall bo fined in any sum not a satisfactory settlement with tho in $1,000. no insurance and large stock May Fox. Fannie Hamilton. Mrs. L. R. ami his remains were interred" at' that half dollar more on tho hundred than Hamlet, Mr. Carl Harris, K. H. HoffCoal hat A sneoial from Paris says: In tho a mouth ago. Plenty of buyers from Hems ol Interest from Supt. Coal, Hot Coal exceeding $10 for each dog he so fails or surance companies and is overhauling barn owned by Mrs. Ragan with no in man, Mr. Clen Hurst, Mrs. Thos Lamb, place to day. A delegation of Elks from OlHce and the Noland's refuses to list for taxation; and any per tho interior of tho store room on Second surance and valued at 31,000. The fire Emily Million, Miss Julia JloOerley, tho local lodge attended the funerals makes no clinkers and but shov window of Shire & Fithian, jewel all over this section of thoMata. Stock County In General of but Bheep son who shall keep or harbor a dog upon street which was so badly burned on is said by the Farris family, who first Munday & Scott. Mr. L. S. Price, N. II. According to the best information obkind ers, the 1910 pennant trophy won the Blue hogs brought as high as 7 little ash. That's the by the sold low, bringing from 83.00 to $3.50 Sanders, Miss Mary Parks. Miss Bettie tainable, Wilson shot himself while firms Leairue. which was his premises, and who fails or refuses result of a fireworks discovered it, to have originated in eve, you want ana the kind we Paris Base Ball Club, was received per head. Tho mule market brought County School houses aro about de to pay tho tax thereon when due, shall Christmas Thotho wjll be repapored defective flue, and had gained such Terrill Rosson, Daniel Roberts, Mrs. alone in his room at 90G Morgan St., storo explosion. Minnie Moore. Miss M. L. Sluvely, Mrs. where subscription be fined in any sum not exceeding $2; He left the Normal school Jait want to sell you. Why buy Wednesday, and is on.exhibition. Turner, J. W. Vanter, Mr. Frank nut snmo Ud ton ones, and tho ownors sorted now, except arrangerd. and refurnished, all in white .and will headway when first seen that all Tho six aro silver June, after being employed there for is a of saving the building clinkering, slow burning tThe tronbv inches magnificent and on vsked good prices. Many changed bands schools term boing at Christmas tim for each offense; and, uponanconviction, bo ready for business this wedk. Com chancesheroic efforts of a bucketwere lost Wheoler, Lizzie imams. poor closod brigade in height C. Wallace, P. M. two years. olghtcon wero months order ro in? as it did a day beforo Christmas, By the jho judgment may includo Mule buyers coal when vou can iret the uni.front, where two baseball bat6 cross, at top figures. Boyle, Claudo hero with all the schools, and reports coming quiring such dog to bu killed, which mado tho loss much heavier, as hun other buildings wore saved. tho Williams. Ben Bright, of Supt. Noland aro that it has been order may bo' executed by any peaco best, such as is iJio following inscription: of Woodford, Senator Took Hubble, of in to dreds of dollars worth of Christmas Follow the crowds with their tobacco presented by A. J. Reach, Lincoln, Wm. Burton, of Lancaster, a most successful year. 'Trophy offlcor, who sliall bo allowed $1 therefor. coods wero destroyed, mostly in fine and you will land at the Madison wareof Philadelphiai to Ue Champions of Horse buyers were Joe Jordon, of Jessa Last Saturday tho County Board of to be taxed as ccst. It shall bo tho fireworks. tf house, near L. & A. depot. thu Blue Grass League. Won by the mine. Shelby Harbison, of Lexiogtotf, Education met and closed up tho busi duty of the sheriff and his deputies, and Some men are and then delay year 1910. Thoro was noth each constablo in his district, to kill or Kensee Paris Base Ball Club, Paris, Ky., sea and Mr. Burton. Fine Conditions noss for the Red Aish Jellico and State Normal School. son 1910." to apply a truss till his caa ing beforo the body except the allow- cause to be killed any dog tho owner of Ask about them. Jellico. Big Crowd. The call of Secre tary of State Bruner The Caxpediem Literary Society, of ance of the usual expense bills, "and which has failod or refused to pay the becomes serious. Didn't Work. Try them, and you have then tax thereoa when due, and for each dog for a report of the State Banks of Ken the State Normal, gave a banquet SaturDeputy U. S. Marshal Coleman, of other routine matters. husband don't take care of by an excellent re- day evening, Dec 17, to its members been notified lihat we sell them' Notwithstanding tho fact that there Somerset, brought horo baturaay a All those expecting to attend th9 Nor so killed, withoutho order of a court, tucky, was answored institutions under and friends, himself in this matter se to in: t.naliah room was by tho fis port of theso financial r shalLbo offenders against the inand there's no better. Satis wis an overwhelming supply of Win- whole array of laws of Undo Sam. He mal School froai Madison county should cal court fifty cents, .allowedpaid out it that he avoids trouble Aer supervision of the State, Richmond used and vwsbautifully deeerated with tho to be chester "fatal wedding" whisky brought ternal revenuo make application to Supt. Noland at society colors. by advising him to action guaranteed. ha only one btnte. bank its. report blue and wuite.-untho purpose Cheney, the dog tax fund. For to Richmond during Christmas there was accompanied by Marshall once. The Winter term, begins tm tho this act, the tax on dogs shall be consid showed a most substantial growth in, brief but intereetinglpFograrawas ren and Constable :George Apply Truss wore few drunks seen. Tho polico were of Science Hill 23rd. The applicant raust be over 10 Is- - tho Stale .B3nk dered by tbe society after which re county. P.Ulaskl ered due on the first day of March of business. That wutebful and all'those who intended to Lovott, also of that years of age and possessing such qualifiCo., of this city. There are few freshmen ts were served. The banquet Away Casey furnished the lot each year. "Provided,, however, the Trust "lank up" were cautious before getting Whitlev and cations as common school diploma, financial institutions anywhere, of this was a pronounced sWMees aad an event "We have everything ia Um was very little dis-T- and thoy wero arraigned before Ctamis state certificate or state diploma, High sheriff may collect such fax at any time kind, enjoying a more lucretive busi which will be resemtered by tfcg mem thpirload. Thero stuff, according to sioner Wesloy at Somerset, who iirdered chool diplomti or college diploma and and in such manner as taxes are now steali. lioc of trusses, rubber ness. On account of the Christ mas bers as well.as tbe rhsbstous friends ne)ctFed- - , !' ,n application that they collectible by law. ilipso who brought it over npm tno them to Richmond toawait.no eto. of tho Cllma:: being suspended, the the Society. 3 issue -1 county capital, was ut (usually eralJuryhi ApriL They are Jolja Dun the common schools tfie Stale, Bank & Trust Co., county antici Garko All students from thU The operators of the local telephone. report of hivWna. Leonard- Oabtree. of i wtakand failed to make the Ili drunk tau, the statoli exchange desire to thahk most grate of Richmond, wasRot ifwerted la this pating' entering the Eastern Kentucky Phoael Stephens, George Young .James i ctone." Several days prior to Christ- Oeorge Jil I Best equippiid warehouse for handling fully, those who remembered them1 so paper. The law i that 'the report must Stat Nomial are cordial) invited Floyd, ii Straw mas the town was llood-e- wathj whisky enetfciKttfuJ4yird. AKftoja&om loose Ut ta this seMm the Wadteon tetiBteously ori.ChrUtm':: day, shewing b'in t payer hatftig t ha largest olreu-Mtto- aianmo atmbers ef tae Caryaaiiim LK- Oats, Coal, Hay, Uy, Euhwkl eouhty has a wt giving "Xmiw priw'j on all If jerature aAo( course Uw Climax Intaryj'SMMf. Ak for Uw erf 'boofoggers war&ou. FbMtyrf Wp a4 wf'wta, their asBreoiatiffa and1J high yerd for and Imiof ks the produet wm furnihd a b number Hfet goods, put it see Ml t i tk vvarwvrktf ff& tcotly. ASPEN AVKXtnC tliuuMd down Miora nwdhh at Irvine. For. Sale. Former Mayor of Richmond is Chosen Grand Recorder for Ninth Time. If Santa Claiis 'rings I Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want Tho following notice from the San Luis Obispo (Cal.) Telegram concerning tho death of William R. Breck, will bo read with interest by many Richmond people: All the friends of William R. Breck will mourn whon they learn that he passed away at Palo Alto last Tuesday after six weeks' suffering. Tho news of the death was received yesterday and caused quite a shock among those who heard the first sad tidings and the deepest sympathy prevails for tho boreavod family in this, the hour of thoir bereavement. William R. Breck was born at Rich mond, Ky., somo 00 years ago, but camo to San Luis Obispo somo 25 years ago to visit his fathor, tho Rev. Dr. R. L. Breck, at that time tho min ister of tho Presbyterian church. During tho timo he was in San Luis Obispo Mr. Breck mado somo warm friends, although of a somewhat retir ing disposition his upright life, his hon esty and integrity of purposo won for him tho respect and esteem of all men with whom ho came in contact. Ho was ever thoughtful of others and lived up to tho command to "Do unto others as you would havo them do to you." Big Sum Represents the Total Valuation of Assessable Property In Madison County. I 1 1 THE ROYAL Home of Good Clothes iii ii i i i .J iii ! BEN KETfand HIE GINS UNDERTAKING s Mc-C"-- ry ". -- 'tf " j g is ma' ? Smoke e I. S. Stanifer 675 -o ht. Father and Son F-s- ar book-keep- er -s nitro-glyee- r- 2. 2. 3-- 2. f 2. 1- -1. 3-- h It ci ic-essfi- 1 !il f All Kinds of - es Coal L-irf- i 2, a REX Badly Ruptured If you r fm such-o'lllcc- a a Right, W1LLDUGH.8Y & SON Grn, he ngs, hv ''o - k,3 n, L PHONE 7B ST; 5. - ' ' i GREAT ll HHi HHfli HHH HF HvHA ftlflf HHl MHmll ftUHHB. CLOTHING, Fop m m ill 1 OF nit i TVIen Clothing Store must buy In order to have ample variety for customers to select from, and a full range of sizes in all grades and styles, an each season more stock than can be sold in the regular way. This produces a surplus for which special demand must be created, or ruinous accumulations will result. These are the sole reasons that prompt us to offer our entire stock, at up-to-da- FOUI j Boys and 910 te This merchandise is the finest and best the kind our reputation is built upon and every price reduction means exactly what it says means that you save just so much. Price reductions mean nothing excepting in a Store of One Price. Let every man or boy look over'his needs and buy now and Save ABSOLUTEand SACRIFICE PRICES Interwoven Socks Alone Excepted Rubbers In all tbe Newest Styles a Kenton Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat Kenton Suits an Far and away the finest Clothing sold in Richmond. vercoats at these striking reductions: Try 1:S for 1 9.75; 8S for Special Pants at $1.00 Broken lots odds and ends, sizes from 30 to 34. Original values 2.50 to 5.00, choice now for J .00 6-75; ?S for 1 2.75; SS for 9 .75; mo for 8.75 Odd Pants Cheviots Coats and Vests at $2.50 Out of style and broken lots, sizes ESPECIALLY REDUCED Badly overstocked on Young Men's fine Stylish Suits, sizes 16 to 18 years, These prices are bound to sell them YOUNG MEN'S SUITS for 10.75; 12.50 Great assortment Worsteds, Cassimeres and for work or dress up all greatly reduced J.25 for 1.00; 3.50 for 2.95; 6.00 for 4.75; 2.50 for 1.95; 4.00 for 3.35; 7.50 and 8 for 6.25 34 to 37, will fit large boys and small and medium men. Former values 7.50 to 12.50, choice now for 2.50 $15 for 8.75; 10.00 for $7.75 Corduroy Pants The Keystone never-ri- p quality, none better made 4.00 for 3.00; 3.50 for 2.50: 3.00 for 2.25 Hanan Shoes Hanan Shoes are the finest made lor men. Try a pair at these low prices High Top Shoes cut from $400 Young Men's Suits at $2.95 5izes 1 6 to 18 years, broken lots and out of style former prices 7.50 to 12.50. Choice now for 2.95. Good for every day wear Heavy Storm Calf Stock tough and durable an extra barWalk0ver and Beacon Shoes gain at 3 JO All heavy Boots, Bootees and You'll probably need a pair before spring. Buy now and 5AVH High Tops strongly reduced 6.00 grades 475 5.50 grades 4.25 to $3.10 Unusual variety of beautiful patterns and latest styles in Knee 5uits, greatly reduced Sg for 6.75; for 5 .75; 5.00 for 3.95; 4.00 for 2.95 Extra Special in Boys' Boots and Shoes 1 Special Glove Offer Big Hat Sale others Boys' Out of Style About 00 pairs fine dress and drivWe distance all competition on 5tyle, QualThe boy is bound to need 5hoes before spring and here is your chance to buy, and ing gloves, slightly soiled, but not damaged ity and Variety in Hats. All the newest styles at the lowest prices ever known SAVL as to wear 2.00 quality 1.25 5tetson's 0 per cent: discount, all Boys Heavy Boots, 3's to 6's, 2.50 now 1.85. Heavy Calf 5hoes, extra quality soles, sizes's to 6's, 250 now 1 .85 1 Suits at $1.95 Sizes 3 to 7 years heavy and durable-for- mer prices 3.50 to 5.00. Choice for .95 1 1 cut Boys' High Tops and Fine Dress Shoes-- all .50 for 1 .00 Substantial saving on Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear, Suspenders, Suit Cases, 5.00 for 3.50; v 3.50 for 2.50; 2.50 for Rubber Coats, Etc, Etc. TERMS cut as follows All Gloves Reduced 1.75; 2.00 for 1.50; 1.50 for 1.15 CASH TO ONE AND ALL No doubt you have resolved to save more money this year than last 3 good resolution This Sale 'of- - keep it, by begining to SAVE on your Clothing needs Now at - COVINGTON & BANKS iTTie Store Quality - vi- - if i lothing, Carpets j - 7 w vu w ill" I Ik- - llj , V - IHBHH 9HHHHH BHHHHHHHH. WHHHHHHhv 'BHHHHhHH BHHHHHHI HHHHHHHBDhI BBB GREAT LOOM - Oldham iSo ' vt Blankets, Trunks Comforts, Notions HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHv.HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbi n HHHHHHHHHi HHb ijsBBBBBBBBBBBBmhBBh ,r f- .r trf BHH '"!HHHA.' . H MH 4HMBk. HbbW-- ' MHk bbt Bm Mumm.' BMBk BBmI IhVBBHBBBBI BHBBBBBBBBBbI BBBBbI TBBBbI IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv MvgH cB BBmI H 1fBv' - BBBBBBBMaBMBBBnBHBBf mI' ''IBBmiv HHHB. tti JBr-H- kk BP"""""BBk BHBBBBBBBBmb k BBBBBBBl Begins aturdav. Jan'v. at S O'clock your tobacco did not bringj as uch as you thought you ought have, come to this sale and end your money ollar will do double rus sale t 14 t- ' a w 'l . - ' 3 BhHHHHHHHHHI "BBBBBBBBBBBBfl BHBHHHHHHHlflHIHHHHHBHlH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHl HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBh 9v 1 BBBl Bb! BBbI oBBsb IbmbbbBBBBBBBBBbI ii VBBVBBBi I " i at 10 O'clock where "each duty" Bargain Feast that will long be Tl,. T win otter tne greatest - nna BBirir w i i$mwMiafMawmmm Mi$t bb by the people of Madison and adjoining counties : Don ou win see i t Miss It tne most wonaerrui l Something Doing Every Hour in the Day Don't come expecting to buy trash.' If you do you will be disappointed as nothing but the very best merchandise in every grade will be offered in this sale solid v di utiutiiiLiiiuic A A. n n trc inannrsp such unheard of low prices that i j i i a ii Ill l ii ir ii j. i ii ii ii J.J in i on't Forget the Dates A MIGHTY MOVEMENT IN MODERN MERCHANDISING :fn we promise you a bargain event you Loom End Remnants of the finest dress fabrics in endkss varieties, weaves and patterns in full length for dresses will be offered are sure to get all J5 we promise you and more too. This time we are not only promising more than ever before, but we intend, as in tne past, to do a great deal more than even our broadest statements lead you to expecii - j ir i r timf for two reasons. First, because it is nearl3r time for our spring stocks to t arrive and we need the room. t- Second, because we wish to dispose of our entire fall and winter goods while t they are seasonable for the consumer, thus giving 'ou an opportunity to r j j 1l i t i oous ,i Liie uiie tnut win ue in uumuuu f muutus iiaj uuuits uu u Jlyuiw 111 muay cases ueiuw lug cost uj tue raw uiiiieriuii ju every ease uie price asweu is jar iueiow mi. actual vaiue ux 11 goous ao una ume- - mi. is an IJLi uppurtuuity mau you win nou prouauiy get again in in lor ?1 ii xuis ; II i ii r s: Jlno nrir-nrp nnr. c? r.r.i nnr na mnn i Tt vnup rnnnppn pnrn :inn iiofr vm ir. i,ii:t.r, (milli ii. wihii v m:i rMri: nr n.i nirrnpr s :i vr;i Qiira rrt Mm ' ri r Hiir.iiHr s iiiimiii in m iniinpp Trnii run mnn iniiifis: it 'iii innc wi?lllt? o nn'r. r.ninir r.iinr. ncmnnQO vrii tj n ' t We don't carry goods over from We state to vou positively that all of these commodities are brinsfincr a higher price than they have for some time and it looks like they will cro higher. That's why we say you cannot afford to raiss,this genuine oargam offering. -i L ? - 11 iii-- - 4 wrW s. !SH X, : RRB iHMI 25 Men's Cassimere Suits. Regular G.50 and 7.00 values. $1 25 Loom End price 35 suits all wool and wool Worsted, worth up to 12.50 per suit. Special for this ... Every Xtiing Sold For 1 31111 ti . i a T 4 11 1 JJ . l 4 J 1 J 1 1 T. A. - 1 .1 1 4Ll 1 .1 T 1 "X I C 1 - a " . . - - - ' 1,000 yards best quality Apron Gingham 1-l-3- e. sale 7 7.G9 75 suits representing a broken line of sizes probably only one or two suits of a kind in the lot." All of the very best make and style, worth up to 20.00. Special ' 10.50 for this sale in lengths from 2i to 10 yards. Regular Loom End prjee. , .... price 7 2 to 8 500 yards 10-- 4 Pepperell unbleached Sheeting in lengths from 2 to 10 yards. Regular price 26c yard. Loom End price 500 yards Everett Cheviots, for men'ii shirts, boys' waists, ladies.' skirts, etc., in solid colors, fancy stripes and checks. Reg-- 1 DC lJe ular price 12 l-2- c. Loom End price So Schloss Bros. & Co. Fine Clothing HI ij Mmt mm .mr it Ill UW For Men and Young Men. There is a distinct appearance of a man dressed in a well fitted Schloss Bros Suit; there is something attractive in his appear" ance. The broad massive shoulder effect; the close and well fitting effect of the front, and the fashionable length. It gires the air of a well dressed man. They are made from all wool fabrics, stitched with pure silk, guaranteed to satisfy. Your choice of all Special prices for this sale. $10.95 $12.50, 15.00 and 16 50 Suits for 12.50 18.50 and 20.00 Suits for 17.50, ? 1G.00 22.50 and 25.00 Suits for Blankets arid Comforts 50 pairs 10-- 4 Blankets, in gre', tan and One lot Men's nice Fur Hats, all good styles, blue. Regular 75c "per pair value. Loom large and small shapes to suit the most fastidious 49c End price cusjxmer, worth up to 2.00. Special for this sale 89c 50 pair extra large ll-'- l Blankets. Our 200 Men's good'Winter Caps, in all sizes and regular 1.00 kind. Per pair too colors, worth up to 50c each. Loom End price. . . 19e 75 pair fine Wool Knap Blankets, extra We have permission from the Hawes Hat Manheavy and large. Our regular price 2.50 ufactory to sell the celebrated Hawes Hats, in alL $1.65 per pair. Loom End price styles and colors, fur and derbj'. Special for this $2.39 Loom End Sale 50 pair fine all wool Blankets, in white, gray, red and plaid, large size. Regular oom End price Men's, Ladies' and Children's Fleeced 5.00 and 6.00 values, $3.95 60 good full size Comforts. Regular 1.00 sellers. Sale price 69c .'. . . 50 fine Silkaline Comfortsfilled vfith , One lot of extra, heavy Fleeced Underwear for "nice white cotton, worth up to i;50. Loom A bargain. men. in shirts and drawers, all sizes. 9Sc 39c End price for choice at 50 cents each, our Loom End price One lot of very fine Sateen Comforts in One lot Ladies' heavy bleached Fleeced Unpants, worth up to 35e beautiful patterns, extra nicely quilted, derwear, in vests and 22c worth up to 3.00 each. Our special price for ' each garment. Loom End price '. .. .$1.65 choice One lot of Boys' extra heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, sizes from 26 to 34. Regular price 150 fine Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, i9o guaranteed not to split, extra well made, V ; 35c per garment. Loom End price flared bottom, ruffles and t'ucksjf worth "up t Children's Fleeced Union Suits to fit children 19c to 5.00 each. Our special price to you , . . . $2; 75 Regular 25c suits 4 to 12 yean. from Hi auiri waists ana Underwear One lot of Ladies' Muslin i v Hi jm-t- iirs mm v&Ttr5i Underwear. Gowns, Skirts, Drawers. Corset Covers, Combination Sets, etc. A rery large assortment of l.'Mf v Ls&A Itwli Copyright 1910 By SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Flee Cljthcl Milt era Bthiacre and New York Overcoats to match Suits in style quality and price Save this circular, bring it with you, select what you want before you leave home and then ask our salesman to show it to you as advertised and you will get it Underwear erery kind bought especially for this sale from manufacturers who bad small lots to close at price. You will see great tables full of this Underwear, all marked with Red Loom End Tickets at about halt the value of each garment. Look for the Red Tickets One lot of Ladies' Fine VL ito Shirt Waists, in all sizes and kijjds. worth up to $1 50 each. Onr special price to you 59 Cents Each Men's Clothing Bargains pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, ih all sizes to lit any man no how large or Low small, absolutely an wooi ami worm uV Ur .. j erna r. win De soiu aurini: it.! . ima v 4i 100 at ; pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, good value in a lar war t . Jin oer nair.- Loom End nrice j i -1 60 Men's Cassimere Vests In sizes from 3t to 38. all line, timHo irnrfh nn In 5 50 each. Sale Price. . . . . . . . r 123 k The shrewd buyers opportu,t"f 1Q nitydon't miss it 'r ' AQn sj ; FOR GASH No Exceptions This Sale Exclusively 14: tO D W,JET OI.DHAfVf rrrm rn w 44 i Rcmcmbep ttie Dates i - Shuttles and Bobbins) for use in All Makes of Sewing MaehlnM. We can fit any macnine, no matter how old or bow Needles. V IIIIIIBHHIIIiaMiiilllllsHaillHMMMaM l'j?. - -- i new. in any kind of Needles, Shuttles or Bobbins save you money on each and every purchase-- Try' our : naedles -- a, 5" i i ;! . - '44:,;.. . . - fi 4 ii I Sterling !,.f Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES T Heady .to Beech Tailored "Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade Kindness Rewarded. A traveling man who lives here was making a trip over BL Middelton 5el!s Remark his territory a few weeks ago able Catarrh Cure. in his automobile, and as he" Pour a few drops of llyomol (pro was skimming along the pike ) into the hard rub- in an adjoining county he nonounced ber inhaler and you can then breatho ticed an old man walking in into the lungs tlio very same antiseptic, germ hilling air as you would breatho front of him. He stopped his in the Australian forests of eucalyptis, car and asked him to get in and where catarrh is unknown. ride. The old gentleman acAnd Ilyomei is so pleasant to use; you'll like to uso it; when you hreatho it cepted the invitation with the effect on tho inflamed catarrh in thanks, saying he was a carfected and germ .ridden membrano is penter and had just quit work soothing and heal in and was very tired ' and had you get such In relief that you will know' that at ten miles to walk. On the Money Back There's NoRisk If This Medicine Does not Nothing Benefit you Pay O. H. CHENAULT, Z. R. L. BAKER, T. SELLERS, Pres. .. B. F. BUCKLEY DAN. W. SCOTT , Vice-Pres- Sec-Tre- as. -- High-o-me- 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suitsr all sizes" from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style last you have a euro for catarrh A Hyomcl outlit which consists of one Iwtrlo of Ilyomei, a hard rubber pocket inhaler. v medicine dropper and simple instructions for use, costs only 81.00, and-cstrbottles or ilyomei, II aucrward needed, cast only 50 cents. Ilyomei is guaranteed to curcatarrh, asthma, croup, bronchitis, cougns, colds, sore throat, or money back Ilyomei is sold by 13. Li. Middelton and leading druggists every whore. a Tho wiso mai firb insuran he best police. Do you know 7 carries both lifo and Dan II. Breck has t-- f physician who made a specialty of stomach troubles, particularly dyspep sia, after years of study perfected the formula from which RoxaJL Dyspepsia Tablets aro mado. Our experience with Roxall Dyspep sia Tablets leads us to believe thom to bo tho greatest remedy known for tho relief of acute indigestion and chronic dyspopsia. Their ingredients aro sooth ing and healing to tlio inflamed mom- hranesoftho stomach. They are rich in pepsin, ono of tho greatest digestiyo aids known to medicine. Tho relief wajr the carpenter ascertained thev afford is almost immediate. Their uso with persistency and regularity for the traveling man's business a short time brings about a cessation of and obtained his address, the tho pains caused by stomach disorders. Dyspepsia result was a few days after, Roxallappetite, aidTablet. will insure digostion and pro healthy the traveling man received mote nutrition. As evidence of our sin large order for mettle roofing cere faith in Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets, and other hardware for two wn nsk vou to trv them at our risk. If wo larsre stock barns that "the they do not givo cntiro satisfaction, us will return you tho money you paid carpenter was erecting. This for them, without question or formality traveliner man believes that They como in threo sizes, prices 25 all the little acts of kindness cents, 50 cents and 31. Remember you them only at Tho Rexall you extend to your fellow man can obtain L. PerryRichmond, Ky. Store. II. The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co. ,. Incorporated T.1 Both Telephones 96L Opp. State University, 5. Upper to'Lirrie Lexington, K The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2,000,000 pounds since opening of season, October 25, 1910 Control Kentucky to sell t Offers superior inducements to farmers of equipped loose leaf tobacco wan-- : tobacco in the largest, best lighted and best in the world. 500,000 square feet floor space. per dnj 500 000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco Redryinff plant of 75,000 pounds per day. Private track fr.ee to all i ailt capacity 15 cars, loaded or unloaded under shelter. 00 horss. Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons, stable room for , IrxSt'tS and Furnishing Goods, Suit Casesj Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high ' class goops. that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, and requiro no internal treatment what ever. Apply Chamberlain.s Liniment f rcoly and see how quickly it gives re lief. For salo by Stockton & Son. Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to bogin thinking about insurance. Do it now. Wo write tho best policies Dan II. Breck. f t-- as you pass down the journey will all be remembered some da', some way. For Rent 11 B. B. Boen, Residence and six acres of land near citv limits on Big Dill pike. Apply R. D. Ko. 1. Berea, Ky. When buyins a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds, croup and whooping cough and that it contains no harmful drug, For salo by Stockton & Son. ; Skin Affections, Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap. An Unusual Offer Tho Perry Drug Store says to every pcreou, be it man, woman or child, who has an irritntcd, tender or itching skin to conift to our sioro and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with tho results, come back and get your money. So confident are we of the efficacy of this clfan, simple treatment, that wo make you this ungual offer. ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forma of skin eruption. ZEMO and ZEMO eoap are the most economical as well as the cleanest ajd most effective treatment for affections of' the skin or scalp, whether cm infants or grown perons. if Open Day and Night have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco TTareluAise Company county, one of the mo.-are represented by Mr. B. F. Buckley, of Bourbon perienced warehousemen in the State. Strict personal attention paid to the receiving, grading, assorting and s. of each individual crop, whether loose or in hogsheads. If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead W throughout the season. Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco, either leaf or in hogsheads. "We t J - Oldest Established Clothing; and Tailoring House in Richmond B Stouffei" Dr. Robt C. Boggs Dentist Telepliom Office in Oldham 267 lien given as soon as tlio croupy cough appears Chamberlain's Cougl Ilcmcdy will ward.ofT an attack of croup and prevent all danger and causo of anxietv. Thousands of mothers uso it successfully. Sold by Stockton & Son, Ex-Kentuck- For Rent Fivo room cottage on Glyndon avenue after Jan. 1. Also a suit of walnut furnituro for salo cheap. Ad Jlrs. II. P. Rcid dress Mt. Sterling, Ky, :!5 Richmond Avo. dccl5-2- t ,l ; ian GROCERIES Is Our Specialty no trouble to show you goods. Highest cash price paid tor Countrv Produce Is Erecting Million Dollar Res idence in Kansas City. Don't let tho baby suffer from eczema, sores or any itching of tho skin. Doan's Ointment civos instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safo for children, All druggists sell it. Building Recently Mr. Robert Alex ander Long, formerly of Shel Announcements We nre authorized to nnnonnce ELMER DEATIIEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of FOR SHERIFF The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Company ML Get our prices IF YOU CAN'T COME Telephone 16 or 223 Sewell & McKinney 140-14- 2 North Second Street Fresh Oysters 3 THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Corner Main and Second V. RI c CI "Good Things to Eat" alt we carry. Whether U'l a like cheese, we have it, and in a qtulity absolutely dependable. Everjr product that enters this store tnast stand rigid examination. Each article is chosen from many brand offered,, because it has proved iu superior merit. Each brand competes for preference, and cone gains a place on our shelves if it fails to measure up to our high standard of quality. One of the recent Success? al contest-cat- s for representation in our line is Telephone 3 supic nte sugmr.or a incy table imported Thf deli-cc- I ELECTA COFFEE I I I i a smooth amlriifatvM rejected, highland grown beans the market's choicest. The Electa process of and c preserves the genuine coffee flavor ana improves it. In nslng Klrrta Coffee rou are sure of the finest quality a satisfaction that in itself would make Electa worth more than other coffees. Compare it with any you ever drank iwrfore. Vontl like the rousing Savor esd the plorious aroma. 1 Tat e and Son Telephone r 35 Interested in Lumber, Lath, 5hingles, Doors, 5ash, Etc If so,see . YOU J ARE Of byville, Ky., now a millionaire Democratic party INCORPORATED We nre authorized to announce JOHN E, lumberman of Kansas City, is A r.nwTX n candidate for Sheriff of Mad Successor to liurcin & Denny Don county, subject to the action of the Kentuv', Lexington Mo., gave thirtj'- thousand .Democratic party. DENTIST Como to Owen JIcKcc, Uichmond Orer State Ilane & Trust Company We are authorized to announce N. .B dollai'S to Transylvania UniTELEPHONE 296 in'BS n fntnlilnti for Sheriff of Modlson Ky. for dry goods and versity, which is one of the do and why not you. notions. Others county, subject to the action of the Demo tf, cratic party. 4arryM Blanton, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDEXas largest gifts made to that in- i Wc nre.authorized to announce BENJA, Constipation causes headache, nauscn, ' candidate for Su DENTIST stitution in iecentyears. Mr. dizziness, languor, heart palpitation, MTV K. KDtt'AHDS. a Schools of Madison Sale. For of Public Id Bennett liui.-iifcLtPHONE 198 Long is building a home in Drastic physics gripe, sickon, weaken county, subject to the action of the Demo intj party. Few thousand second hand brick. cratic Kansas City, which is her- tho bowels, and ilbn't cure. Doan's J. U. King & Son, FOR JAILER Rogulets act gently and euro constipaWe are authorised tonnriounceMORGAN tf 219 lloberly avenue. alded as "the finest residence H. L PATRICK TAYLOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison tion. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. county, subject to the action of the Demo west of the Mississippi river. Fire, Lifo, Accident and Health Insur DENTIST cratic parly. Assortment of anco in the very best old line companio For Sale. FOR ASSESSOR It contains no ball room as Agt. Paint Lick, Kentucky the owner does not believe in An Everett We are authorized to aunounce W. F. Wm. S. Broaddus. for upright piano finished in ARM AX n candidate to AssessorofofMad Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a the isou county, subject the action Dan II. Breck, life, fire and accident d Old Mission and practically now. Will Democratic party dancing and no garage is Specialty. " insurance Office in Bank Building. with it. But there is sell very reasonably to move it quickly. We nre FOR COUNTY CLERKLnRue C, authorized to announce to be found in Central Kentucky are now oil h Dr. D. II. Cook at Perry's drug store. Lumber For Sale. Houie a candidate for County Clerk of a billiard room and a bowling 4t Madison county, subject to the action of rough lumber our Faetor3r on Water StroeL If yon ne-.Barn bills and all kinds GKEENLEAF & HERRINGTON allej', eleven bath rooms .Democratic party and in oak-- nonlar and pine. Tobacco sticks Lawyers a barber shop. From all ac Buggy, Carriage, S&agon Poplar laths. Write, J. A. Stevexs, Ofhcc in Douglas & Simmons' now counts it will oe "some resi W. T. Hicks, or anything in this line it will be interesting to Building on Second Street dence." It will have seventy Richmond. Ky. U opp. Court House pare the quality and prices of our goods with rooms. : : : : : firms Posted. The life story of Mr. Long reads like a romance. From We, tho undersigned, slrictly forbid Attobneyat-La- , " his j'outh he has been a de hunting, trapping, or any kind of tres313HM0ND. KENTUCKY. passing on our voted member of the Chris On account of the recent closing down of cute offenders. premises and will prose jmce. overriiaie mnn . ti :. vyuui l jjuutu, mi mam ... tjo., od- tian Church. i r irust jjbivv r When a boy on oireet. Paralee Fitzpatrick, a farm near Shelbyville itwas the Richmond Steam Laundry, the Normal Water 5treet Richmond, U Geo. Fitzpatrick. Dr. C . H. Mainhart his mother's ambition that he City Laundry is now the only institution of should beconif a minister, and Oni'luate McKillipp Veteiinatj .. llcco ot Chlcao. i;i Hog Raisers she intended sending him to the kind in the city. One good laundry is Veterinary Surgeon the Bible College in Lexing sufficient for per head? Are your hogs Richmond and Madison county Wo guarantee worth 5 cents O nice at J. n. Azbill's Stablo ton, but love of a business life Ofilce Phono 00 Kcs. l'lionc Kr f Uichmond, Ky led him into commercial fields and it is our intention to make this one the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Now that he has become and free from dis to keep 00 best in the State. An agency for a Win- ease forhogs healthyhead per month. It 9 5 cents per many times a millionaire, 00 cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulates T. FERRiELL chielly through success in the chester laundry has been taken in Richmond, the Appetite, aids Digestion and causes lumber business, he is de hogs to fatten very rapidly. This reme Real Estate Agent Burns 5oft Ccg! dy is used and endorsed by leading hog voting a great portion of Jiis but we hope that those who patronize out-o- fOldhan Building or Slack wealth to" the good of the town enterprises, will soon see the error of raisers throughout the country. Come a Richmond, Ky in and let us tell you about it. church his mother loved and ajid all" thesmokeand Perry's Drug Store". In of which he has been- a life their way and keep their business here. filling up of tho bf loner member. sending money away you help to wreck your Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-pipe or Hue with soot, SURVEYOR regret It is a never-endindipt inside or outsit! solicagc of those its patron needing ser er'sHair Dressing Parlor. Send your clothes to" the Norwith him that he had to dis home laundry. vices of a competent man. Address, house. It will burn i Come in and have your hair dressed appoint his mother in her am mal City Laundry in Richmond, Phone WCHMOXD, KENTUCKY. doal and all the pases v. 7, a in tho newest .style, braids and puffs bition to make him a minister. to Qseapefrorn the hard . mado to order. Braids restored Having justified his own de- - local enterprise, owned by local people and run natural color. Highest prices paid for baseburnei. combings. Two doora abovo Stockton's cisionuto become a business by local people drug store, on Main street. Ofllco phone Will buy or sellvour house. man instead, he is spending It: will burn wood o Clio 545, residence 202. farm town lots or anv' tliino- the riches so accumulated in r Very truly saw dust, wet or else in the Real Estate line For a mild, easy action of the bowels. way that will do the world Any business intrusted to more good than he could have a single doso of Doan.s Rcgulets is dry enough. Treatment cures habitual con him will be uromotlv and single-handestipation. 25c. a box. Ask your drugcarefully attended to. See accomplished as a minister. gist for them. t It will produce one-hahim if his services are Throughout the West Chris H. R. Tevis, Manager 1 ashes than any other st 08 Main Street tian Churches have practical on earth with any kind knowledge cf Mr. Long's de- Give fuel and leave no clink otion to the cause. He bought two religious publications the or half consumed fuel. DAVE FREEMAN Christian Evancrelisr and I. R. Pennington FOR SALE mother, and gave them to the A Share of Your Dentist. church. In many of the Office next door to Government build-i- g churches of the west he has Richmond, Ky. nstiilled pipeorjrans, all given as a Deace offennsr to his . We; have a big lot of Red Cedar, For Sale. leart for having refused to r. v Cypres and Yellow Pine grant the request of his I havo soveral good building lots for lie Will Appreciate It sale located on Lancaster and Breck mother and enter the minis He represents tho Best Firo Insurance Ave. Location, drainage, ect., the very Companies in the business and guaran try. How far his benefacbest. Most dcsirablo for apartment 10ns to the church will ex tees Jxuisiucuon houso or living residence Any ono in 1 tend is a- matter of specula terested in purchaso pleaso call on the Yours for a Square Deal tion among his friends. Consign Your Live 5tock owner, Mrs. D. M. Bright or her son, IN AXG VOU Olie Of fhfi fhrfncwi-nrlvF mmim rvVin In the life of Mr. Long he TO Dr. Bright. tf one suffer from female ailments ? If so, don't, be dlscour-- 1 ias demonstrated C. Seal & Co can love christianthat and Money to Loan on Good Farm ltv okbu, gu io your oruggist and get a bottle-o- f Wine of H Lanas. P,,n Card ill. . On thr wriirmm- - jU xuu uucuuuus iuj. use frl r Mm Slock Yards CiHcinnali, 0. blooded horses at the same & i.Tt,Wi. time mid while loving both de I llTn'TIW mconlomled I Trie Northwestern Mutual Life In- And receive the highest market prico- -1 ouxxiig uitr iuat, nau; century, uaraui lias been votedly, pile up millions upon tmrauce Co., will lean money at 5 per Successors to Ed. Blanton & Co. as we ant tho largitst order buyers on established in thousands of millions of dollars in business. cent interest on good improved farm the Cinccnati nrarl;et R. Emmett Million ti; THE FINES VEHICLES i t-- f. 1 con-necte- tza lit inn til-othe- -- . Lackey 6c Co Iyer The Hot Blast J. Airtight Florence H. 0. DOTY, o - 2- -t g James & Hunley - d, Normal City Laundry lf Fire Insurance Business What About That Leaky Root.,.; Douglas, Simmons 4 Deatherag Why Suffer v I G BlantonCong!eton Llimber'CO. Depot Repairing I IT iti ,ll-.,n-- z a W. oct 3mo 5. NORRI5 Tdd-Edwar- ds Lumber Co. Ricbtrwd, K) for sIle by A, .toBR'OWSKY V -- L. & A. Medicines th.it aid nature aro always most effectual. Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, roheves the lungs, opens tho Watch secretions raid aids nature in restoring tho system to a healthy condition. is a specialty to which wo givo special Thousands have testified to ils suporior attention. JN'o matterhow much or how-littl- o the'watch is defective or damaged excellence. Sold by Stockton & Son. we tako particular pride in doing the work so the timepiece will bo as good as Notice do Any ono in the cjty or .Madison coun- or belter than it whim new. ty, who lias not been called 'on by the jewelry repairing and lemodcling in tho ' Assessor or his Deputy will 'pfeaso call samo way. at tho court houso any day. bptweon ihiw nud Jan. 3rd and the. Deputy As Test us with some- - piece you scssor will Iks glad to take jour list- - or cannot now use add any omitted property hefdro the Board of Supervisors moeu Respt.,- Near Telephone 425 lands on Mortgage. Apply to tI J. C Chenanlt, Atty. Richmond, Ky. for pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contains: no harmful ingredients and can be depend- vix iii annus u ituy case. Christmas is rapidly approaching and gift so pleases a lady friend as some article of dainty embroidery or hand work. no Miss Eva Roberts invites her frieads and customers to call and see her exceptionally attractive stock of materkls for Christmas work. New patterns, new materials and new ideas'. A. Bi Loj of Novelties. Shlbf L'TySitv Tt & YEAGER in shop is headquarters for kmus of ftmaf di work. Complete yvu OtaktmM tbopptaf by calling om MUSel ROBERTS, J It Will Help You Mrs. Charles " much. i. fm cat tell I could Cardui hdone for Before I Uro taking Cardui ot day's Braes-- . how' VUUU1. Willi me. iBwdick." Trv CrduL would work twhik and lia dan,5 .TJ..H i do " . jL:, work. I XT ALL DBTJJ STOKS . , .f .. ,.,L v l.-,tii;.;I , . . .... J