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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 11, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911011101_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 11, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Eight Pages Today THE RICHM OND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1911 Section One 37th YEAR NUMBER 31 1 A Perfect Bookcasi ' Money Back w B. L. Middelton Sells Remarkable Catarrh Cure. Pour a few drops of Hyomci (pronounced High-o-me- ) into tho hard rubber inhaler and you can th;n breathe TS1 into the lungs tho very same antiseptic, germ killing air as you would breathe in the Australian forests of eucalyptis, where catarrh is unknown. And Hyomei is so pleasant to use; you'll like to use it; when you breathe it the effect on the inflamed catarrh infected and germ ridden membrane is soothingand healing. In fivo minutes you get such wonder ful relief that you will know that at last you have a cure for catarrh. A Hyomei outfit which consists of ono bottle of Hyomoi, a hard rubber pocket inhaler, a medicine dropper and simple instructions for use. costs only 81.00, and extra bottles of Hyomei, if afterward needed, cast only 50 cents. Hyomei is guaranteed to cure catarrh, asthma, croup, bronchitis, coughs, colds, soro throat, or monoy back. Hyomei is sold by R. L. Middelton and leading I druggists everywhere. Not only from an artistic standpoint, but also from the utility side of the question. No matter what style of finish you desire, or what space you wish to fill, there's a case for A Handsome C - Cl Persian Lamb w U Given Away by rl A TP 1 Mrs.J.JVLBarlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery if every place. Macey Sectional Bookcases are made in thirty sizes of sections n six standard graddes and finishes. It's the one bookcase above all others. Start today with a sectional book case that will grow with your library. Add a section as requirements demand. The Macey Sectional Bookcase is absolutely dust proof and is fitted with doors. You can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. 5top in tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good bookcase non-binding One Night Only Season's Event 300 Nights in New York and 300 Nights in London Cos Store A coupon given with each purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat Every 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 will gladly Bargain Prices 25, 50, 75c and $ .00 1 K Seats at Wines' Drug Store Red Men Icy Weather. The first real cold snap mado its appearance last Wednesday and tho thermometer played all around, tho zero mark, but failed to reach. The wcathor men wero on the job and gave a very curato forecast, so tho populaco wore on their guard and ready to heave tho coal. Luman Opp. Hotel Glyndon & HI West Main Street Make Merry Last Wednesday Evening at Their Wigwam. Another most enjoyable occasion has ?onc down in the history of the local lodgo of lied Men. Last Wednesday evening to celebrate the capturing of ten pale faces, a sumptuous feast w spread, which consisted of venison, bear and other trophies of the hunt, .and the braves as well as the chiefs ato 'till they wero filled to the utmost. The lodge was again favored by the presence of tho Great Sachem of Kentucky, Ilomer Northcutt, of Covington, and he expressed himself as being among one of tho best lot of fellows it has ever been his pleasure to sit with. As is tho custom, after tho capturing of ten pales faces, a hunt is enjoyed and tho result of the hunt is spread in a big feast for all. In October a similar feast was spread and Great Sachem Northcutt was present, and the members of the Floating Canoo tribe made such an impression on the "Big Injun" that he promised ho would return at tho first opportunity. There was no work evening in any of tho degrees and after about an hour's session, the members prepared for tho feast. On account of his keen knowledgo as to tho habits of tho braves, Mr. James Wagers has been chosen 'Spokemaster" for these occasions and presided in his usual versatile stylo Wednesday. Ho introduced The Great Chief, Dr. Boslcy, W. J. Newsom, T. C. Vaughn, John Sexton, and Attorney Jackson, whoso toasts for tho good of tho order wero imely and repleto with a good amount of oratory. A special musical program .was ar ranged and a chorus of local celebrities rendered "Old Kentucky Home," Down on the Suwaneo River, "Old Mack .Too" and other popular airs. "Cousin Clias." Covington, with his Estill county fiddle, delighted thoso present with his unique airs and expert fingering. Accompanied by Mr. Nelson IIcfTner, on tho piano, musical director at the opera house, ho rendered several very fino selections. A most peculiar thing was announced during tho feast. Thcro were 13 Past Sachems present, 13 applications received at that session, $13 collected for dues and $1,300 in the treasury. As thirteen is tho Rod Man's lucky number it was considered a forecaster of groat prosperity for tho year 1011 and a toast was drunk to ''No 13." About ono hundred braves sat around tho feast and smoked the pipe of peace. ay Furniture, Carpets, 5toves Free Tickets. Manager IJaxter, enlivened tho proceedings at tho opera houso last week by giving four free tickets to holders of tho lucky numbers. Ho will repeat tho performance this cveping, and tho lucky numbers will draw four tickets to the 'Squaw Man' which come tomorrow evening. gm -- Jigs Q$- - Notice to Creditors. persons having claims against Ledford & Edwards, of Valley Viow, Ky., will ploaso preont thorn properly verified according to law on or before February 15th, 1011. Jess Carr, 1 Valley V io w, Ky. All ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored New History. Mr. John Madison, of Louisville, was in the city last week gathering somo Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goops. Mots Fine Line New Style J. B. Stouffer Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond ..-- Big Acreage. history of this county, which will be The acreage sown to winter used in an oilition of a new Kentucky, wheat this fall is the largest which is being compiled by Col. K. Polk that has ever been recorded Johnson, of Louisville, the vetoran news paper man. The book will bo a unique by the department of agriculono and will be dilforont from any other ture; the increase over last history ever issued from the press. year 2.5 per cent, is less than Col. Johnson claims that a more accurate history of Kentucky is duo the peointended early in the season, ple, and ho is anxious to make this a a larger sowing having been crowning achievement in tho closing prevented by delays arising years or his life. Mr. Madison was recommended, for facts concerning this from the usual dryness of the county, to call on Col. "Bat" Galvin autumn. The increased sowand after an hour's intorviow the Louis ings are well distributed ville gentlemen declurod that ho had throughout the United States never i.i'crviowcd an old resident in any of the counties of tho slato whoro he had There is a marked tendency been, who was so well posted on histor to extend the area of winter ical events of tho county and accurato wheat in the dry land farmas to his dates, as Col. Galvin. Col. Galvin came to this county in 1S50 ing regions of the west and and during ih o s e fi f t y years nurthwest, and to revive its ho has kept in his head, enough data, cultivation In certain portions accurately stored away, to havo comof the centi'al states, as in For Sale. piled a dozen histories of tho county and Iowa and Arher people. Lot in Uu'rnamwood 70x170 feet. Winconsin, where for a number R. K. STONE Apply tf kansas, FOR SALE New rosidoaco in Rur-J- . of years wheat growing had nanwood. tf Stone. Hard Luck. declined. In some southern Mr. Moreland Creekmoro is certainly states the movement toward Doubtful. iu hard luck. Sometime ago ho nego- diversification of crops is Mr. J. T. Bayer, of St. Louis, who tiated for the purchase of the Richmond causing larger amounts of was a room mate of tho lato Eugene Stoam Laundry, and thinking that the wheat to be sown, but this Willson, accompanied the remains to deal had been practically closed, ho puris only locally imCrab Orchard, of supplies, increase c. Wo have a remedy prepared from the proscription of a physician who for thirty years studied and mado catarrh a specialty, and whose record was a patient restored to health in ovory caso whoro his treatment was followed as prescribed. That remedy isl'exall Wc aro so positive that it will completely ovorcomo catarrh in all its various forms, whether acuto or chronic that we promise to return every penny paid us for the medicine in every caso where it fails or for any reason does not satisfy the user. Wc want you to try Rcxall Mucu-Ton- e on our recommendation and guarantee. We are right here where you live, and you do not contract any obligation or risk whon you try Rcxall Mucu-Ton- e Wo havo two on our guarantee. sizes, 50 cents and SI. 00. Vory often bottle is suffitho taking of one t cient to make a marked impression upon tho case. Of course in chronic cases a longor treatmont is necessary. The average in such instances is threo 81.00 bottles. Remember you can obtain Roxall Remedies in Richmond at II. L. Perry's drugstore. " Helm at Home. Congressman Harvey Helm has returned to Washington An Awful Toll Collected By after spending the Christmas I pay the highest prices Consumption. Many Unholidays at home. He has necessary Deaths. been highly commended because he was one of the KenIf people could only understand that tucky members went on resystemic catarrh is an intornal disease that external applications cannot cure, cord against the new speaker, KENTUCKY" they would not need to bo warned so who will be Champ Clark, of RICHMOND often about this malady, which, when 'Missouri appointing the com neglected, pavos tho way oftontimos for mittees of the House. Mr. consumption, at tho cost of millions of lives every year. Yet catarrh may bo Helm contended that this has cured, if tho right treatment is em- been one of the abuses which ployed. the democrats charged The only way to successfully treat Cannon and catarrh is by employing a medicine against Speaker He which is absorbed and carried by the l he Republican regime. blood to all parts of the system, so that declared that the democrats is complete and I can furnish anything in this the mucous membrane or intornal lining should begin on the right of tho body is toned up and mado capaline. Also Paint of the highest quality. We ble of resisting the infection of consump- liues, by putting the commitguarantee to please the most fastidious tion and other diseases. tees directly into the hands lose sleep and stop eating in n effort to please my customers. Bring me your Millions of Lives Hides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool Ring phone 363 M. WIDES My Wall Paper Stock of the members. Stanford Journal. people ::::::: See W.L.LEEDS Third Street Richmond,nKy For the Motorists We are offer a special AutQ Glove at from 75c to $3 ; it and you will "buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitts ' .s Shelburne, President J. W. D. D. Marsha. I. Vice President Asst. Secretary and Mclnty-- c, J. L. Knight, Secretary and Treasure Treasurer Take Your Tobacco lo When given as soon as the croupy cough appears Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will ward off an attack of croup and prevent all danger and causo of anxiety. Thousands of mothers uso it successfully. Sold by Stockton & Son. A Fiend. The calendar fiend is again abroad and gathers up enough to do twenty families. It seems to bo a mania for some people to visit every bnsiness house, where a calendar can bo secured, and tako ono home. What a wonderful array soino folks must havo in their house, if they hang up all that thoy solicit. Sheiburne Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated For The Sale Ol - " LOOSE LEAF TOBACCOWest Side 5outh Broadway, Just Below Southern Depot Both Telephones 1 704 Best Light and Free Accommodation for Men and Teams We have with us Mr. J. B. Stalling, the Best Auctioneer on any Market :::::: LtXINGlON, KY where they woro interred chased a large quantity last Wednosday. He camo on to Rich- such as soap, shirt bands, wrapping mond and remained ovor a fow hours to piper, otc. It now seems as if the transsco somo old frionds. Mr. Bayer will fer can't be medo and Mr. Creekmoro is be remembered as private secretary lo out about a hundred dollars. President Roark and was associated in Bear Hunt. tho Normal School business department Mr. Samuol II isle, who is sponding young Willson. They both went witli to St. Louis last June and havo been tho winter in tho sunny state of Florida, room mates since. Mr. Bayer says tho writes an interesting loiter to his mother r.'port that; Willson suicided is uttorly Mrs. Willis Ilisle, giving an account of false. Ho says tho bullot wounil was a thrilling bear hunt, which ho took in several inches below tho heart and if tl 0 company with several natives of that young man had sought to tako his own io:tion of the state, llo says it is great ' life ho would havo shot himsolf in a sPort- - They sighted several big bears. more vital portion of the body. Ho was but on account of the deep underbrush with him a short time before tho trage- and the palmettos thoy woro unablo to dy, and tho young man was in tho best got a good shot. Mr. Hislo tells of a Mr. Norton, who was formerof spirits and talked of future events in mcetim: ly of Tennessee, but now a prosperous which ho was interested. Mr. Bayer ranch owner of that section of Florida. siysovciyono in the hoarding honso is Norton enlisted with Kirby Smith in tho of tho same opinion that Willson in Civil war and fought in the battle of Richmond. Ho rolated to Mr. Hislo handling a pistol, ho had pur .based in many thrilling incidents of tho battle. Richmond shortly boforo lie loft this He lias never been back since that time. city, the weapon was accidentally discharged. Mr. Fletcher West, who attended tlicfuncral of AVillson, returned to Richmond with Mr. Bavor. m Liver I. R. Pennington Dentist. Office next door to Government building Richmond, Ky. A 50-ce- nt bottle of . Medicines that aid nature nro always most circct11.1I. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays tho cough, roliovcs tho lungs, opens tl 0 secretions and aids nature in restoring tho system to a healthy' condition. Thousands havo testified to its superior excellence. Sold by Stockton' & Son. When buying a cough medicine for children bear in" mind that Chamberlain's Cough Romcdy is most eHoctual for colds, croup and whooping cough and that it contains no harmful drug. For salo by Stockton & Son, Thowiso man carries both lifo and Dan II. Brook has fire insurance. the bestjxilice. -f Remedy to stop a physical ail- The New Idea Manure Spreader A Manure Pulverizer A Manure Distributer Without a Cog or Clutch Scott's Emulsion given in doses four times a day, half-teaspoon mixed in its bottle, will baby nearlast a year-ol- d ly a month, and four bottles over three months, and will make the baby strong and well --and will lay the foundation for a -- Do you know that fully nino out of every ten cases of rheumatism aro simply rheumatism of tho muscles duo to cold or damp, 'or chronic rheumatism, and rcquiro no internal treatment whatever. Apply Chamborlain.s Liniment freoly and seo liow quickly it glvea relief. For salo by Stockton & Son. - its Twinrnnlirv 10 wiit unuiijpu uave a lire to 6egin thinking about insurance. Do itnow.i "Vo write tho best policies Dan II. Brcck. f t-- ougias, Simmons Telephone 20 V" & Deatherage 5econd Street; " Come to Owen McKce, Richmond "tnr,,,"',; Dr. Caldwell personally will bo pleased Ivy. for dry goods and notions. Others I to give you any medical sdvice you may , girl. V: UO. and wny notyout. . ii, desire for yourseir or ramiiy percamms 10 the stomach, liver or bowefe absolutely FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS free of charge, explain year case in a Constination causes headache nansc, 'i.tter nmi he will reDiv to you In deu.IL tnlnilatton )For the free tample simply 'sead your heart ) nalBe omj address on a postal card;or Jad lCc., came of paper and ihU mi. for lllJiziness, janguor, sicken, weaken otherwise. For 'either request .the'oeUr'a Oatd- air beautiful Savings Bank and CWld'a Sketch-Eoo- Drastic physics ,gripe, . , , ,. . address Is Dr. W. K. C&klwell, . Koch bank cestains a Coed Luck me. ooweis, auu uon i ismu. tv weil buMdlnff. Jfonuceiw, tu. tesay. Regulets actg enlly ami curo- - eoas). SOLD BY ALLVDUQ3TCS- SpOTT it BOWNC 49 Pearl Stmi, N. Y. 1 tion. 25 cets. Ask your draff ktijj k. healthy, robust boy or ment at the first signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the wrong remedy. When tho liver does not store up sufficient gastric Juices It becomes sluggish, and In this way disturbs the stomach and bowels, with which It is supposed to work in harmony. Then comes the sallow complexion, the pimply face, the dull pain In the forehead, the thinning of tho blood, etc. A very quick and sensible way to Etop the trouble as well as to cure It Is by the use of Dr. Caldwell a Ryrun Pepsin, which contains Ingredients especially intended to promoto the ac- -j tlvlty of tho liver. Among the many thousands who havo written tho doctor about tho results achieved with his remedy, and who are glad to make, the facts public so that others can help themselves, are Mr. Jas. Kennedy, St, Louis. Mo.; Mrs. S. A. La Hue of Smith's Grove, Ky., and many others. These, like thousands of others, started tho use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample. If you will send your name and address you can also oocain a iree in&i do we. This wilt prove to you that liver troubi is promptly cured with this remedy- - or money will bo refunded. Ilavlnff tried It you can then buy It in the refnlai way of your druggist at fifty cents and Is ono d0,iar a boui an1 tno EUfOeient for an entire family. This remedjr Is a vast improvement over cathartic tablets and salts, which only do good for the time being; Syrup Pepsin Is permanent In Its results. I pleasant to take and does not gripe. It It is well Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:03 a. m. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. I)c- parts 0:30 a. m. No. 1. Versailles to Ceattyville Junct. Arrives 9:50 a. m. Departs 9:53 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. ArIncorporated rives 1 1 :02 a. m. Departs 11:34 a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. Watch No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. specialty to which we jrivo special is a No. 3. Versailles to Ccattyvillo Junct. e attention. No matter how much or Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m watch is defective or damaged tho No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysvillo to Stanwo tako particular pride in doing tho ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs work so tho timepieco will bo as good as 7:25 p. m. or better than it whon new. Wo do North Bound jewelry ropairing and romodoHng in tho No. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives same way. and Departs 4:10 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Test us with some piece you Maysville. Arrives G:20 a, m. cannot now use Departs C:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyville Junct. to Versailles. Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:2(5 No. 23. Louisvillo to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY MAIN STREET No. 3S. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives 3:00 p. m. No. 4. Beattyvillo Junct. to ersailles. Arrives 3:45 p. m. Departs 3:4S p.m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar-- I rives and Departs 5:10 p. m. No's 31, 37, S3, 27. 34, 23, 38. 32 are we recommend t!ar- !For nervous, tired Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, 4, daily Except bunday. a woman's medicine. . acts-1- specifi- - I dui. Cardui iis T 1 J. P. RUCKER, ACT. i 11 ii ii No. 31. Mid-nigh- latest thing in Auto gloves. Remember that we do any portant. L. & N. Time Table thing that is needed for a disabled automobile South Round. and we do in the right way I: Richmond Motor Repairing k PlriiifEo, how-littl- a-- F. J. YEAGER Nervous Women It Jack Sale 3 Fine Jacks and 1 Jennet in foal to fine Jack, will 'be sold publicly, next Court Day, in Richmond, cany on ine iemaie organs ana nas a xonic, ouueung effect on the whole system. It containsmo harmfiu ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. TAKE iter CARD U I It Will Help You txt finrrtrwr. of Padncai. Kv.. trfei Cardui aali ;a veitn. - mtil. T h&ve been usk.2 it fer efereR " . " J " f Ci " Monday,' Feb. 6, at 11 o'clock, on V '" "Firsttreet. ruv err I This is a dissolution sale and Can be stock must be sold . seen at Wra. Martin's stable, Main street, Sunday, Feb. G, or address IX am io ycara Oiq atlu leei iu.e a umcram. i,:t-J. Uiixut n VL w , i J-- ana EkepleseiHSS, bat aw tfe paa are aH gom mkL I.Mp- - Combs & Dennis Cditage Hi AX, ALL BJUTft ' l,Ky. I .r" ;;!' v Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Cloaks Great Loom End SATURDAY ffl Morning at 8 O'clock Busy Bee Cash Store Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear For months we have been gathering from the factories and mills of the East their Remnants, Odd Lots, Short Jan. 14 price forced to the lowest notch Lengths, Discontinued Lines, 51ightly Defective Stocks and besides this it must be borne in mind that we, too. and accumulate remnants, over-bu- y ordinary trade dehave more than mands, all this goes in this great sale at Loom End Prices 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 This Great Sale Starts with every will Shoppers living many miles away Loom End 5ale a paying venture find a visit to Richmond and Oldham's and want Read this page carefully and see where you can make 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 Look through our store at the thousands of Red Tag Prices. Read them all Event Remember the Date 13 Days of Unpredented Bargain Giving Only One Handler Between The Mills and Our Customers And that is the "Big Store" that controls the Loorrf End Sales in this city. Attend this sale and save the profitsthe jobbers, the commission merchants and the brokersall 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 every item 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 that 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 you have been buying, then compare prices you have been paying for the same goods. If 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. When we holler "wolf the wolf is here. Come and see; you will get posted on goods 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 Table Linens, Towels, Napkins One lot of full bleach Table Damask, in lengths from 2 2 to 5 yards, full Gl inch wide. Regular price ,40c yd. Sale. . . . One lot full bleach Mercerized Table Damask, full 00 inch wide, in lengths from 2 to C yards. Regular price GOc per yard. Loom End Sale price 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 One lot Linen Crash, our regular 10c per yard value, in lengths from 2 to 4 yards. Loom End Sale price 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 25 dozen large size bleach Turkish Bath Towels. Our regular 25c seller. Spec'al Loom End price I Loom End Bargains 8,000 yards fine French Ginghams, all new spring styles just received, worth 12 2 cents per yard. Full I bolts if you want them. Sale price 200 full size bleach Sheets, seam center, extra good value. Regular price G5c each. Loom End Sale price. . . 300 bleach Pillow Cases, full size. Regular 20 cent sellers. Loom End prico 500 yards Flannelette in dark and light colors, just to 10 thing for waists and dresses, in lengths from 2 yards. Regular 12c value. Loom End price 48 extra good full size Whito 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 Go ' 39c 42o lOo , 48c 0 l-- 7 l-- ll 8c 17c 98c Co Ladies' Suits You have seen crowded in our store the right kind of merchandise intersperced with plenty of bargains keeps our store crowded yards. yards Good Outing Cloth, in lengths from 2 2 to 10 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 1-c. Crowds of smiling customers speak volumns for this store llUolCi V cTNKIEi wflTTlNQ 500 pairs Men's Black Hose in good quality, regular sale price , 10c value go 500 pairs Men's fine gauze Black Half Hose, they aro manufacturers seconds, slightly imperfect, regular price if perfect 25c Loom End Sale price 10c and Coats II you have waited to buy you Coat or your children's Cloaks or your Tailor-mad- e Suit you can now reap the harvest. Wc hiivc decided to sell all our Suits and Coats during this 6ale at r ( 5c One lot Men's Black Half Hose, extra heavy, Mill End 2nds, if perfect they would be regular 25c values. Sale price lOo 00 dozens Men's Extra Heavy Wcrk Soxs in gray, brown and blue mixtures. A regular 10c value. Loom End price 500 pairs Men's Mercerized Half Hoso in beautiful colors, regular prico up to 35c per pair. Special for this sale 6c 8c 16c Petticoats Kimonas 100 Ladies' Black Mercerized Underskirts, a bargain in n way for 85c. Our Loom End Sale prico 49c 100 Ladies' Extra Fine Black Underskirts, plain and embroidered ruffles, regular $1.25 values. Our Loom End prico i -- 1 j i and in many cases less than half price to close ont the cctir lot. Wc intend to make a clean sweep. Come expecting t get good goods for almost nothing in this department you won't be disappointed. One lot of Ladies1 Suits, about 18 in the lot, all (jood colbts and black, worth up to (25.00 each: your CjT )3UU choice for this sale One lot Misses Skirts in very desirable colors at bargain ( prices. (3 to (3.50; vour choice during t AO 4J-.ft, this sale . One Jot Children's Rear Skin Coats in all colois, sizes P tip to C ypars, regular f2 to $2.50 values y Our sale price Half Price 75 Cents Each Some of the biggest reduction have been made in the Shoe partment. All kinds of de- ff 100 Ladies' Blr.ck Heatbcrblpom Underskirts $1 75 each. Our Loom End Sale price worth up to 98o de- - '3 A e pleasure awaits you ; you know the place. n Remember the Date Ovcrshres and lubbers have been reduced for this sale, even our celebrated Queen Quality Shoes for ladies and the Wm. Kneeland fino Shoes for men. They all go in this sale at Loom End prices. Don't fail to see the prices on the cheap 'racks filled with Shoes. See the Red Tickets for prices Shoes extra good, long Outing Cloth Kimona9, in beautiful signs', worth up to $1.50. Sale price , 200 ."i 89c 150 very pretty short Kimonas, wottu up to 75c e.ichf- - Your choieo for : 39c 75 very $1.50 values, pretty Flannelette Wrappers for ladies. price during the sale Regular 89o Wo have already received onr new lino of American Lady Corsets for spring. We did not intend to cut prices on theso Corsets during this sale, but as overy other article in the Big Store has been reduced we could not leave theso out and so a 10 per cent, reduction will be made on all American Lady CORSETS 59c Each 500 pairs Ladies' Black Ribbed Top Hose, extra good weight and a regular 15c per pair seller. Our Loom End Sale price 80 500 pairs Misses Fine Black Ribbed Hose, manufacturers seconds, slightly imperfect. A regnlar 23a stocking, in sizes from C to 91. Loom End price kxj 200 pairs Ladies' Black Hose, white sole, fine gauze, regular 20c value. Loom End price i0c 600 pairs Ladies' fine gauze LIslo Thread Black Hose, manufacturers seconds, our regular 25c stocking. Sale price 16c Room Size Rugs 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 Corsets. Ono lot of Thompson's Glovo Fitting Corsets, in good style, worth up to $2.50 each. Special price to you for this sale Look for the Red Price Tickets They Mean Bargains saving. "Help Us to Help You" f Richmond, Ky I Eight Pages Today RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. 191 The Right Way - Section Two: YEAR 1 NUMBER 31 The Wrong Way for you. is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it ALL PAPER SIFTING OUR FLOUR to get good work is a ouy your paper irom an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger Phone ' ALL PAPER Old Circular t "3. That a Circular, letter with entire confidence, that spoils." Saturated, but not In Possession of Judge Benton will show how clean it is and be addressed, in the name of the reaction of pub'.ic senti- satisfied out of the State crib Is a Most Unique Politifrco from all other materials this Committee to the Demo- ment in favor of, Mr. Van 's tney .most which you often seo in other venemently voci cal Decument. brands. For the next baking cratic Party throughout the administration, in all ferate, that which they most try a sack or our Ballard's A circular printed in 1839 Commonwealth, rrnd sent to the Western States, wheh heartily desire 'spoils, spoils, Flour. 'When your famat Lexington and distributed every county, calling upon has been lately so signally spoils," that is give us the ily congratulates you on tho w 4.1. ueraocraiic organiza them to hold public meetings manifested, will be abundant- honors and emoluments of me J improvement in your baking tion throughout the state, is in ever" county, for the pur- ly strong enough to secure a Union. you nccd't tell them that our in Uie possession of Judge pose indicated in the forego- complete change in the politiLet every democrat do his Flour was responsible for tho ing resolutions, aud recom- cal attitude of this Stata, at duty, aud come up to the James Benton and is a most improvement. Dut yo u ' 1 know it, just the samb unique document. It was mending activity and energy the next general election, and polls, from the hills, and from kept for many 3'ears by Capt. in the promotion of the Demo- that she will be restored and the valleys, from the cities regenerated, and resume her and from the plains, and from J. Speed Smith, Sr. It is an cratic cause. That in the opinion of ancient Democratic character. the, uttermost ends of the appeal to the Democracy of the state to "get together'1 this Committee it isexpedient Union, and u vigorous and State, and we shall see Ken loal, Lime, Salt, Cement, Sand and Plaster and is signed by Dan Brad- for thz Democratic party at patriotic exertion of the en- tucky presented as the centre Material the next general election to tire Democratic strength of column of the united Western ford. It says: An occasional sun bath is ' all the renovating a Office and Warehouse on L. & N. R. R. have candidates for the Legis the Stale, is all that is neces Democracy, bearing aloft the to the democrats of lature in every count', and to sary to effect so glorious a sacred standard of civil liberPHONE 142 RTfiTTArfwn Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will Kentucy: bring to the polls every Dem triumph, and to rescue our ty, untarnished and untorn last a life time and always be comfortable. The Executive Committee ocratic voier, and that this beloved and renowned Com- by the fiercest struggles of of the Democratic Party,, in opinion be expressed in said monwealth from the domin- its enemies to prostrate it. ation of a pmscriptive party, Fa3ette county, held a meet circular." The Committee appointed who, whilst they constantly Comforting Words ing in the city of Lexington, on Monday the 2nd; day of to prepare the above mention aud most urgently attribute September 1839, at which the ed circular, have concluded to their political adversaries Sole Agent For following resolutions were that they could not more ap the execrable principle, that Many a Richmond Household Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair Will Find Them 5o. propriately, and, at the same 'Ho the victors belong the adopted: mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. "1. That it be earnestly time, briefly discharge the spoils," are themselves uniTo have tho pains and aches of a bad duty assigned to them, and formly applying and enforcurged upon the Democratic back removed; to bo entirely frco from FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY party in every countv in the express the views of the Ex- ing that odious rule, when- annoying, dangerous urinary disorders " Anchor 10.50 Lenox ... State, to hold public meetings ecutive Committee, than by ever the' have the power. is enough to make any kidney sufferer $16.00 Windsor Style A . . . 13.50 copying the foregoing resolu- They raise the salaries, and grateful. To toll how this great chango 22.50 t their respective court brought about will increase the burdens of the can be words to hundreds of provo comhouses, and to appoint dele tions. forting Richmond When we reflect upon the people, for thebenefitof their readers. gates to the State Democratic ElbridgoG. Evans, Depot St., Convention to meet at Frank- cheering and decisive Demo party leaders, and fill all of Ky., says: "From my cxper fices, including the benches fort on the 8th. day of Janu cratic victories, recentty ionee with Doan's Kidnoy Pills I can achieved, and the resolutions of judicature, with their par- say that thoy are an excellent remedy ary, 1840. Dav Telephone 76 in Tennessee and tisans, and flagrante delicto, and ono that lives up to tho claims "2. It being the principal effected Night Telephone J36 229 mado for it. I suffered from kidney AV.S. O. R.O. U object of said State Democra Indiana, and that the distin- they have the effrontery to troublo for some time. My back ached guished democrat, James K. cry out corruption, proscrip- and I had a soreness across my kidneys tic Convention to select canPolk, has beeu elected Gover- tion, "spoils"! In the actual that mado it hard for me to get around. Constipation is the cause of many For 5ale. didates for the offices of Gov- nor of Tennessee, Rin 193 A Good Resolution by a ma- possession and enjoyment of 1 also had a great dual of troublo from awl disorders that make Mfe ernor and Lieutenant Gover- jority Second hand phatea cheap. fot Xew Year's Day is to open an ac of several thousand all public employments, and my bladder, the kidney secretions being And havo your laundry called for. J. K. Gott, KiehmoAd, Ky. Take Chamberlain's Steniaeh dll-t- f count at the too frequent in passage at times whila nor, and for Electors of Presand Liver Tablets, keep your bowels over a "Whig competitor, who of the public treasury of the at others there was a complete retention. Good work and prompt delivery guarregular ami yow will avoid these dis For 5a!e. State Bank 6 Trust Co. ident and Viee President: received two years ago a ma State, excluding all participa- Doan's Kidney Pills wcro finally brough anteed. Oillco W. Main street, opposite Glyndon Hotel. aes. Kef sale by Stockton &. Son. That it be recommended to jority of to my attention Nice residence on ooraor FSfik ad their Richmond, Ky nearly twenty thou- tion by the Democrats, and They helped moand I began first use.I Strother Gott Agt., For RenL the Democratic Part' thru-ou- t sand votes, North streots. Apply from tho and Tho Winchester Laundry. thus exhibiting a yearning after, and in uutir-in- g was cured." Your first deposit '.vill bo the foundation Haa!ome two story residence on wr1). M. STKVEXSOX tf. the State to send their of a ncv era of prosperity. Your money iter of Poartfc ami Woodland aveaues. Tor sale by all dealers. Price 50 clear democratic gain of about hot pursuit of the offices bo subject to check and will bo delegates to said convention, will Jfever can tell when you'll mash a "Had dyspepsia er mdlge-- 'urn tec Itaiklfettr how. with all modern ow routs Co.. 15 n Halo, ready for you in case of need. If you duty instructed upon these twenty three thousand votes; and public treasury of the Now York, sole agents for tho United finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or years. No appetite, ami what I did vemettceK aal owt fctukliags. For pactMubTs call oh havo no account with us, allow us to ex- subjects in Dr. Thomas eat distressed me terribly. Itartleek scald. Be prepared. order that the aud when we compare the nation, "out of the abundauce Stutep. Mrs. Henry Lammm, plain to you our likxxl Hitters cured me." J. II. WalRemember the name Doan's and Elcctic Oil instantly relieves the pain systom. general will of the party maj' relative state of parties in of the heart the mouth take no other. tt quickly cures tho wound. ker, Sunbury. Ohio. Woodland Av. Bu-renOb-llsq- ue be expressed in the selection Tennessee and Kentucky, we speaketh," and they continu of candidates. have every reason to hope, ally c r y "spoils, spoils. J .4 1 Burnside tg Robin son K. Riant STEMMS & FOSTER MATTRESS A. E. Smithes KANAWI iA TELEPHONE 85 SALT tc Xich-olasvill- e, OLDHAM & LACKEY all-mem'w-era- Undertaking a Specialty Kcs'.er-Milburi- i, far-tl- wr 3$ The Hustling Cash 191 Store 1 December 31st, J 9 JO, 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 9 and everyone of you the best of all things that life, health, effort and accomplishment can offers "I if 5 9 5$ During the Entire Month of January C Pp I flp wJ j1 T ING 4l Oil s, Men's and Ladies' and Child rens Coat Boys' Suits and Overcoats at Prices Far Below Their Value All heavy merchandise will be offered at low prices. money jj A chance for you to save Corner First Hamilton & !ir 6'WH Main others 5 t r 1 Richmond, Kentucky - " 'I f- i- ., ' T- - ' IN THE REALM if TV FAS : : n . SANTA CLAUS ajways stops at McKee's for everything in the way of Novelties. Come down and leave your 'order for some of our Lexington. Mrs. Will Boggs, of Red House spent Saturday with friends in Stanford. Mrs. Charles Cunningham, of Middles-borwas in the citjThursday enrouto to her homo after a visit to relatives in Irvino. E. D. Ballard is sick at his home on Smith-Ballar- d street. Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Fox left Saturday for Eustis, Fla., where they will spend the remainder of the winter months, Miss Margaret Miller is visiting in Mercer county, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Buster. o, Good Roads In Kentucky, is the Crying Sterling Silver or we can show you the nicest line of Jewelry Novelties we have ever had our windows and show cases just Need and Responsible For Population. iwn'm A membor of tho delegation of good road advocates, who woro commissioned by Judgo Shackelford to represent Mad' ison county at the recent meeting n Louisville of enthusiastic from all over the state, has the following to say in ro beWatch gard to tho situation in tho state, and ho has carfully watched it for many years. There is no question that appeals moro to the ncble manhood of Kentucky than the good road proposition. Although it is a knotty problem to solve, owing to so many different opinions and different conditions and environments in tho var ious sections of the State. Yet the great common people ought to bo able to devise somo methodical system that would forever eradicato tho miserable A Remedy That Wi and almost impassable highways that Coat Lengths. Cure Eczema prevail in many places in our great Com How long snail 1 have my new COMPANY DRY monwealth to the great detriments of Jacket made" is the question upper "We Prove It., our people and tho great cxponso to most Just now In tbe minds of many ny waste time and money experi transfer the products from our farms women who are planning fall ttllor menting with greasy sa Ives and such to market. During the last two decades mndes. After forty fvo years of valiant ser our peoplo have had to pay out enough Just now Paris Is saying "short trying to drive tho eczema germ from vice in the cause of education, Presi money to havo built many thousands of coats." But the coat she smiles upon underneath the skin when II. L Perry dent Patterson of Kentucky State Col- miles of good roads over tho present today is frowned upon tomorrow. guarantees Zcmo, a clean liquid prepara The fashionable length will bo lege has laid down the toga to Judge D. rtfSLKnED EVcftT WKHESBit ET dirt roads and we still keep them belonger than hip length not finger tion for external uso to rid the skin S. Darker. He will bo connected with cause our fathers used these roads be Is the way the tai THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO the Hoard of Trustees in the future. We fore us. It is a familiar sight in many top length, which long coat, but Just the germ lifo that causes tho trouble? lors indicate tho arc certainly proud of tho fact that Ken- places in Kentucky to see a wagon stuck (Incorporated.) two or three Inches below the hips, or Ono application will reliove tho itching tucky is the homo of the oldest College tn somo deep "chock" holo and the the place where they once wete, for, and often times one bottlo is sufficient Pres. Mtd U?r. Presidont in the United States. A. J). Mflfer usual way after prizing the wheels up of course, wo no longer realh have to euro a minor case of eczoma. Sse'y-Trea- s. VW G. Wfcfc Bex Johnson is drawing $20.00 per the next process is to beat tho team un them. In over 2,000 towns and cities . Editor This Is n very sensible length and Stow K. VMgfat diom as a congressman, and yet he is mcaciful, whenbalky teams can not pull one that is becoming to a great many America, tho leading druggist has the the load tnd frequently they pile straw itili in Kentucky trying to pursuade the M women, so there is small doubt of its agency for rt Zcmo and ho will tell you people to elect him to the Democratic under the team and set fire to it, to being popular. KCNW6KY It does not detract PMK MMMATieN make them movo and at this particular from the height of tbe short girl and of the marvelous cures mado by this Domination for Governor instead of Senator McCreary. Ho can do moro good in moment it would not bo healthy for a adds none to the Inches of her tall clean, simple treatment. Zemo is rec CWWH BtWMCT fVMMtliK LUGHE. the halls of congress than out on tho member of tho humane society for the sister. ognizeu as tno cleanest and most popu prevention of cruelty to animals to come YEAB stump, for the latter ispnly time thrown around, and offer any suggestion. PES 1.M FKIOE lar treatment for eczoma, pimples, absolutely away. IN ABVAMOK This all goes to show that it is demor- SPANISH LAGE dandruff and all other forms of skin or Of course, as usual, there are somo alizing in a degree to be reared on bad scalp affections whether on infant grown person. Will you try a bottlo on 1811 growers who arc; not satisfied with the roads. Every year we seo an army of JAN. 11 WTONBSDAY IN FASHION. our recommendation? cutting out of tho 1911 crop of tobacco, our young men of brains and muscles Perry's Drug Store. A Ami ba bM eoMiwte4 wkereby aad it only goes to show that tho Amer- leave the old homes the dirt roads, the interest in ican Tobacco Co., knew it too well bad tax system to seek their fortunes f. W. G. "H'Mt ebUktk tuo annual meeting1 o Co.. ami keweo when it said, "'You just can't get the in other states that would make tho best It Is Having Another Day In TbcCHMMc I'rfwtW farmer to stick." the stockholders of the Blue citizens in the world if we can all make farlk will fee actively associated with tfce frarinnr Grass Fair Association lr. Whi( who aime.l Have you written it 1910! Its 1911 a strong pull for bolter roads and hotter Modish Favor, sinee owr kwt fckue. is you know and tho opportunities of an- facilities so we can take better care of Liexiuffton last week it was Mt K novice ta 4rnlMiic work, Imv-ia- g other year are presenting themselves. onr peoplo and make our state so beau made known that the organiz tiful that they love it too much to emi MM)fo. owiwd The Climax Don't let thorn got by wasted. "If you keep an article of apparel grate. with tbe various dtiis ami it fMtilter long enough you will havo opportu tion is out oi iunas' ana in Wo aro all proud of our great State nuy lor a second use," said a woman The ice man had tho ncrvo to call as f mi- - iinr rr work, lie im4s bo ilro-Hwclebt, and that if a fair is held la Uw iMopte of KiehnoAd awl usual all last wool; while tho thermom- and the great common peoplo aro sup tbe other day as she shook out a lovely here in 1911 it Will be neces posed to rule it, and not leave tho mat Spanish lace shawl. Then she gave since his life tats been eter was playing tag with Zero mark. p peoj'le. Dr. White is ter to politicians or office seekers, who tbe beautiful square to her daughter. sary to raise tne necessary IVe those disfranchised citia immi T Um hiybeet mmc d honor. zens ofhope allUnion, Ohio, and vicinity always keep one car to tho groundto hear who Is going to combine It with whlto money by popular subscrip "West if any proposition is to their benefit be- satin for an evening gown. all tbe characteristics of no- are Republicans Spanish lace is certainly here, and tion. A resolution authoriz that make up with Uw fore they extend any help and then only the present day styles aro friendly to ing1 the Board of Directors to nm ah la, ua-- t date bufciwess man. for their individual advancement. Bad a new exploitation of this old roads may havo prevented the census 'Xh Cliaux feels forumate, iadeod, make a thorough canvass toi havhig appelated with it eee&o capa enumerators from finding all our citi It can be kept In Its uncut beauty In raise iunas, ana tnen to use that he A O. Ileid, of Red House, has been zens when they had to go down a mud many cases. A bib effect and a long bjea4 pafwlar, and w fee a valuaMc aoqaifeitHm to the visiting his nieces on Drowning Creek dy lane through fences and bars, they draped tunic, with a girdle holding in their discretion as to whether may have failed to to list tho farms any fullness at the waist line, iu one or not it will be the best to puilBl farce m aaifctia to make The fer tho past two days. Citinni more ougfei after tbaa ever. Miss Ollie Amerin and Mrs. Virgil thinkiug was squatter. People who have suggestion. attempt to give a fair was Smaller scarfs can be combined by IA. D. M. Stockton will go to Florida in a few days all the benefits of good roads scorn to adopted. All of the old Di have a much higher appreciation of life being laced together or joined by Otc the Aru of th month a law went whore they will reside. bands of insertion. Tbe modish gath Mr. Jamos Broaddus, of Chilliothc, than those who cannot reach home with ered tunic with a straight band of rectors were reelected, like fart oaTact hi this 4ate, pktctag a heavy Mo., formorly a resident of this city, is out getting siuck cr orcaKing down in satin is another way of using the wise the old oflkcis, J. L, tot tar failure ut report to the local reg ditches on bad roads. Olmy material. Warn? the eowiiur iulo this worW awl back for a short stay with relatives. Ho Watkins and Juett Shouse it somo of our sister states were as If it be slightly worn, use the lace continuing ays there is no place like Kentucky, gwtwg awt of human beings. A law as President and as lining for an evening wrap U this one. has been on the GrandMastorR.il. Burnam will go convenient to rock as wo aro every road tho full crown and trimming or for would bo McAdamizcd. While we have of nn Secretary respectively. I bek for years but has been to Maysville todey where ho will be the an abundanco of rock almost every evening hat. tne necessary iunas cauno violated, ani there has been guest of honor at a banquet given by Little party bags over brilliant i;atln ahoalmotyno way in aaeertaiaing how Maysville Lodge, F. & A. M.f Wednes where, we have a good many bad roads. Is another way to utilize small be raised the Directors wil Louisville our great metropolis has pieces. mow MfMH IMrthfc or deams oeenrred in day evening. The annual installation The underbodlce over which a sell the barns and office fur of officers will also be held. Mrs. Bur- ccrbecn alert to improve the condition slip of colored chiffon Is placed is tMs oianty from year to year. of Kentucky, was hero tho first Indus-tnhut one other exploitation of tho lace mture of the association to Tho eartiAeates of births and deaths nam will accompany him for a visit to Institute was held several years of old Castile. It is having another pay au wW he preserved for all time, protected relativos. indebtedness of about since which has benefited our farmers, day, and no one can deny tbe loveliagiitnut ftre, molds and theft, and will At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew so much iu every section 5600. of the state, ness of the renewed popularity that In me of iotosthnaMe vaine in years Jeirerson Tribblo in tho country on the every one is according it. .rt i i to nwe to prove dec one, in aiding in oi ... ui Jiiuuurv, .mis wen .Known couple As this county pays about one fifth of jsouroon uniet all our taxes. It is proper that the one o he i oMlciimnt of wards and guardians, will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Furs. peoplo of all sections of tho Stato should the most noted sires of sad an determine age for holding public thoir wedding. Handsome Seal Is good. invitations aMae, Jwy ervie, oU and Military have boon sent out to their friends, and devise some means to improve the Mole Is modish. dle horses in the world, died roads throughout tho State. When they anrtaa. Sable Is superb. which road "from two to six January consider what a great uplift to civiliza at the Hinkston farm of his inoy have been residents of tion good roads mean will hero start Opossum is a fad. Sewell'k "Hi Piktol" at Cewp- - 3ist. owner, J. ii. liillaspie, in Mink is always good. Madison for thirty live years. tea and Sower's 'liatling Una" ai on foot some plan that will not stop un Black for is in high favor. Montgomery v county ,of old are among the hiteet newspaper The protracted meeting at the First til the matter is settled firmly. It is an Even bulky bear Is revived. veatares. We are not to be outdone. Presbyterian church began yesterday old saying, "If you want anything dono age. Tne horse was buried Lynr Is in evidence again. Oar naBers are "Winchester." Services at 3 and 7 p. m. daily until fur for certain" do it yourself. The matParis likes the tailless ermine. on the farm which he had Pbrtauately for Kentucky onr lognJi ther announcement. Everybody is ia ter is now iu the hands of tho peoplo to Lovely broadtail Is among tho lead made famous. Bourbon Chie Umm meats but enoe in two years. Other vited. adjust while we are all opposed to tax ers. Imitation or real ermine makes long whs bred and foaled in Bour jdnfeji are not m furtnnate. Mr. Seville Moborly was tho host last in a general way. I think this is a evening coats. ffltee poor and ueady get but little ben-cfbon county, May 29, 1893, and evening at a six o'clock dinner at his time when wo can tax ourselves as an The tailless ermine is liked for coats from the gifts of the great million- home on Woodland Ave , in compliment investment that it will bring suro 'divi as well as neckpieces. was sired by Harrison Chief. aires. Gift to colleges, lHwarie. otc, to his associates at the Madison e aro able to make tho invest Tobacco dend. Motor coats don't reach ttte people that need help Warehouse. Covers were laid for six, ment if the people will arouse and de seal musquash are made of imitation and dam by Latham's Den and yet cheaper furs. the moot Perry's Picklings in Wm- xie was a snow iiorse Long fur coats are of all the hand- - marif. The Cecilian Club will meet with Miss mand it, and mako the tax enough to oheeter Snn. build good roads. We are able to build some short nap furs, both these and from the time he was born Julia White this aftornoon. The sub odnoators of tlt state, inclnd-in- g ject is Mondolssohn. The program, as our own roads without asking tho Nati the other being employed for the small until he died, and swept the pieces. Snnt. ltegenstein. of tbe Kentucky rendered, will appoar in next issue of onal Government for aid. The Govern country in the model and har ment has enough to do keeping the Bal nthuahi, cried kmc and lund at the meet-ins- r the Climax. The Automobile Veil. linger Pinchot business straight I think hi Lenwville last week against Do you realize how soiled an auto ness classes many years ago, jir. auu jin. m. li. ijoutaz nave re into the elections of School turned to Louisville after a visit to Mr. If both of these gentlemen were battled mobile veil quickly gets? If it is iu a being' the only horse ever to Snnerintondonu. Tbey evidently for- and Mrs. John Sexlon. They were here up would bo a great relfef to tho public. color not to show dust do not imagine defeat Harrison Chief in har The State of Kentucky ought to help mere is none there. If you have re got far the lime being that nearly all of horc on their honeymoon, having spent He was a brilliant ae the Counties that aro not able to build gard for your skin wash your veils ness. thorn hold their present offices through sevoral days of it in Cincinnati. their own roads. Good roads have ever frequently. peMtfeal moras of some sort, and tor, possessing plenty of fire Col. John t ageni and E. M. Argo are been a work of high civilization. When they would not be drawing it Ml. Jackson, Ind., and vim with great intelli where they are be Nations had attained a high standard the fat selaries in jmblic omce. ing boiled out" for rheumatism. This of cnlightmcnt good roads were considergenee, and retained these Brothers In the Navy. IVhat are they kicking about? If they place is near Indianapolis and said to be oa part of it evidenced by tho good faculties until a short lime Not long ago wo mentioned tho en oontd have defeated Senator McOrpary one of the greatest places in tho country roads in tho old country in Egypt, Italy listment of three brothers In the naTy ago. Bourbon Chief was the in a ouontion, they can de it just as lor rlicumilism. Mr. Clarence Woods and Greece. on the same date and that they were noted show c&bily m a primary. As long as tho has been sojourning there for several Some times wo hear of a Kentuckian under training at Newport. Since th;n sire of more agecrimand peHUes exists there will days. living on a uin, roan uown on some the navy department has issued an or horses than any sire of the The many friends of Mr. Thos'Dovorc creek perhaps Jennie's creek that is der that those brothers shall be kept present be nfoeked moves, and all pantos arc and among the fun of crooked pettUoiens. Don't "bcof win bo grieved to learn that ho is dan almost inaccssiblo but a good place to together whllo under training and v winners of his get were Montit ana bo mneh beeanse you lost in the pre- guruusiy in uis recovery is very raise corn brag about living in Egypt if transferred to the same ship. It will liminary bout. Yon dkplay your hand doubtful. The youaff man has been ill this had been Kgypt Jacob would have al be Interesting to learn how long It will gomery C h ie f, Bourbon It too xeea. for many months. re ost starved before his sons returned be possible to keep them together. Prince, Emily, Emerald Chief , .... . . . wun me corn, nncn Joseph sent has been noticed that the navy departr. a'ju w airs, auiiz If yen wast to see Xight Uiders shine ceiving congratulations niCKer aro re- stnt the wagons back for Isarcl, house ment Is always willing to stretch n Bourbon Bourbon over the arrival point to keep brothers together in the let seme one try to raise a crop of tobacBeauty and Marvel King. co in Central Kentucky this year. The of a fine son, who lias been christened hold and they never could havo passed service or help ono to reach a ship en over these roads and this beautiful story which a near relative is already serr-lnOBtbueiasm shown at the meeting in Robort kelson. Bluejacket. Iiorlngten last week meant that not a Miss Annie Cosby has resigned her would have been lost if it had dspended on Kentucky roads to pull them out. plant would be sown, and if there is, the position with W. D. Cldliam & Co. Remarkable Monument. and if Joseph had been reared on a Ken-- 1 Whether on Infant or Grown old commonwealth will undoubtedly Shearer Kads, the hustling solicitor somo unusual fenturi . iho witness another series of "night do ins." for the Broaddus Coil yards, is out after ttxky dirt road and had not beoa tutored a Person Cured by Zemo the memory by a God fearinc and inspired fither. hn ?ar"? arch.to a week s illness. .. Buiuiers. ueaicateu . ..i,t . ii.. ,utai1 ..-.tand Zemo Soap. mt "H'tiBS it comes to having a College JUClHuuoio recently on tho battlefield at Getty.i- , . ir p i .air. tiuwara t. entertained ;a ..... .... 1U ourg- - xno name o ey remembered is the wills of tho riali b.0 pennsvlvn- number of An Unusual Olfer schoolmates of the pool would havo been converted into a ulan who foutrbt Easterners, President Frost, of Bcrea, at Gottvsi.urir i in. Modql school warououse, wnero me pooler scnDea on tablets of bronze which ate The Perry Drug Store says to every stands out so far ahead of the other col a six o clocklast Monday evening with iue-ea- r dinner at his heme on could get oven with the independent placed on the granite facade about the person, be it man, woman or child, who iegc president oi me soulli, lie is in a West Main street. It was to celebrate tttwnw, uiHv iucia huuiu uue i root or tho memorial. Thirty thou has an irritated, tender or itching skin class by himself. One of tho wisest iu the sixteenth anniversany of his birth. been abroad in the land of tho Pharoah sand names appear on these tabletti. to come to our siore and procure a I trust tho pconle while hers will not this line, you bet. He sure gots the The wedding of Mr. Leslie Tiptcn and only form a plan to make good roads but while carved in the granite of the mon- bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap money. ument proper are those of thlrtv-fou- r Miss ElBe Kennedy took place last Wedwui n&e m tnetr mignt and demand a indifyou are not entirely satisfied WnEnE is the great Xapolean Bona- nesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the revision of our tax system to keeD from commanding officers from Pennsylva with the results, come back and get driving out capital and provent doublo nia. parte niys; the sage of tho Cumberland homo of the bride on Smith-Ballar- d your money. So confident are -- we St., taxation jor moee wiio are left, Gap? He ought to be in tho race for Rev. Barnes officiating. Both are promof the efficacy of this clean, simple Red Cross Seali. Governor to keep "Papa" Hendricks inent among a wide circle of friends. Twenty-fiv- e million Ited Cross Christ. treatment, that we make you thi3"un-suTRADE MORAL The quality ol mas company and with Johnson also, to Tho bride is the daughter of Mr. seals have been nrlnted and offer. make on unsuccessful effort for the Mrs. J. H. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Tip,ns dutrlbuted by the American Iteil What yOU have tO Sell IS known ZEMO is a clear liquid for external honor, coming to McCreary. Cross, and arrangements bare becif ton will go to tho country where the to some people all of the time ffiade t0 rrInt 100.000,000 if necessary. nse that has cured so many cases of groom owns a farm. . . , ... ersema, pimples, dandruff and other j Willi.. It,. Lets have a commercial club and get Mrs. J. W. Tilford,'Wife ofRichmonus J tfind aN Of the people SOme Ol those used last year. It Is Intended for forms of skin eruption. ZEMO and out of this lethargy thaU gradually robZEMO soap are the most economical as a bing Richmond of its commercial ad- former base ball pkyer, of Louisville, is ithe time but advartisa regU- - ters. &IZ.asRedsenI on tLe back The Cross hopes to realize well as the cleanest add most effective vantages. Winchester, Danville, ilt. visiting Mrs. Sam L. Black. larfyKrtth us and youH reach 4"au Sterling and other Central Kentucky tntteBBiertifcM treatment for affections of the skin or Mrs. R. IL Burnaa and Mrs. G W. t scalp, whether on infanta or grows bojlnning to sneer aTuc White tpeat Saturda with fxieads mM ml fka M .- - fore Christmas OWEN McKBE GOODS Tho Financier Was Known es "Pip to His Schoolmates. OF John Plerpont Morgan spent the first fourteen years of his life In Hartford. The house In which he was born still stands. It was a small and unpretentious building of red brick, which Modes For Misses, stood on tho village street In the center of a few acres of land. Some years ago It was raised ono story and a store was set under It, and now It Is being closely crowded by business blocks In what Is the center of Hartford. As a boy yonng Morgan was a quiet, reticent personage, one who went about his awn affairs and who was marked neither by especial brilliancy nor especial dullness at his studies. Ho was cool, matter of fact and stamped with a determined quality and a kind of dignity which left a lasting Impression upon the memory of some of bis schoolmates, even if it did not awe them very much at the time. Tho first thing be gained at school was a nickname. In this way: The roll of the class was being called, and ono by ono tho boys stood up and gave their names. It camo Morgan's turn. "John Plerpont Morgan," ho announced. He was asked to say it again because of his uncommon mid die name. "Plerpont," he repeated "John Plerpont Morgan." The teacher got it correctly, but not the other boys. They saw fun in that "Plerp" "Pip" "Pip middle name. Morgan" camo from the back of the room in a loud whisper, and "Pip" Morgan he was called and nothing BLTJE SEEQE SUIT WITH RED CO&LAE. else from that day ou. Metropolitan The little coat In the drawing is Magazine. made of blue serge like the skirt and has a shawl collar of red cloth. BROVVER'S little note nor long remember what we say here, ' : : never forget what they did here but it can "The world will has prospered beyond our expectations, not The first week of our January Clearance 5ale We invite you to come whether interested from what it has said but from what it has done. BIG SPECIAL SALE have been worked out or not and see how carefully the plans for this yuu oi me No superlatives would be as convincing as a iook. we couiu idKe columns iu ten floors, but it would not be half our values and varieties, qualities and quantities, we have on : as good as the story we will tell your eyes wnen you come Furniture front, French plate mirror, former price $30.00, January Special $18.50. Mahogany bed davenport, upholstered in green u velour, was $30.00, sale price $15.00. Note the saving. Large Turkish Kocker, upholstered in imitation leather, "regular value $18.00, January price $9.50. Early English Book Case, leaded glass doors, perfect in construction, was $19.00, sale price $12.00. Early English Card Table with cellarette attached, former price $30.00, sale price $15.00. How can you pass it. inch Mahogany ten foot Extension Table fifty-fo$42.00. A rare bargain top, claw feet, $70.00, sale price ur Carpets and Rugs A glance in our east window will give you an idea of our determination to reduce stock. be well Like books, to be welcome in our home, must fur-tur- e chosen. We find it difficult to tell how good this For inis, and how great the price advantages. as these scattered stance, you will find such bargains all through the different sections. Mahogany Chiffonier, a "Sligh" creation, swell Herds The Richmond Climax. Axnunster Rugs 9x12, $15 00, were $25.00. Yea pocket ten dollar note on every one you buy. Axminster Rugs, 3xG, were $4.50, now $2.85. A nice little pick up on a small rug. Axminster Rugs 27x60. regularly priced at 3.00, sale price 1.G5. You make 1.35 on this transaction. Axminster Carpets 75c per yard, reduced from 1.25. Here is where we lose all the profit and part of the original cost. Velvet Carpets reduced from 1.15 a 3'ard to G5e, a saving of 50c a yard or from 12.00 to 15.00 on a room. Tapestry Brussels, value 75c a yard, special price 45e. How can you resist. The Art Galleries Are so crowded with pictures of artistic merit and fascination to discriminate is difficult. We will, however, call attention to a few new arrivals from the Nuttinjr-ham- e Wallace Nutting pictures had their Studio. origin in the love of an amateur for Art Photography which he has developed to such perfection as to win the praise of the best art critics. Among the collection you will find "Neath the Apple and Maple," "Berkshire Brook." l'A May Afternoon," "The Going Forth of Betty," "In Days of Old," "On the Slope." Drapery Department full of good things that will add beauty and charm 0 Is any home. to Brussel Net Curtains of rare beauty, formerly $G a pair, January price $3.75. Ml White Marie Antoinette Curtains, very stylish, reduced from $12.00 a pair to $0.75. 0. Colored Madras Curtains, durable and serviceable, from $7.50 to $3.50. if note the reduction Wood Fibre Madras, brown, blue and green, here !0 I! is something to remember, was $1.75 a j'ard, now 75c. Fancy Scotch Madras, alwa's priced atGOcayard, sale price 25c. 1! -- -- iit The Wail Paper Department With its expert decorators is anxious to paper that room or that home at prices cheaper than ever before quoted. - UiMcU ek - ... ti II 0 n ii is, Tcrms-CA- SH Megiilar Price II Charged ii PLR50NAL5 fl i in ui ut ji V5i F.B rower LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY in in i d I -Q al OCERIES Is Our Specialty no trouble to show you Highest caslrprice paid for you want meat you as nearly can make Jut Say How Much and we'll cutoff the require. It will be all meat, too, as we it. That means 1 t-t- le yu, or Get our prices goods. No Waste and a consequent saving which is a consideration to most people these days. We do our best, to keep down the "High Cost of Living" Nich-Iwwril- V Countrv Produce IF VOU CAN'T COME Telephone 16 or 223 lt Sewell & McKinney 140-14- 231 Successor to Douglas & Culton WEST ilADf STREET c. C. CULTON yJ - V 2 North Second Street ji . Xat The Climax is Only $J00 a Year Betsy's Pointers IT POT iiieii ui urt?iiKinir inin ;l u;ii t... nun s nars . i m t es N , - The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man V.WHITE Materials because with T m trp.irpd riTit. that. T rfral da', Late 5ummer Fabrics are now filling ourshelves, also a complete showing of Lackey Telephone 02 & Todd Openi House Building The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing 1 1 1 King, School Dress We carry a full line of Novelties, and .our Lace and Hamburgs are .unsurpassed .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our customers "THB TIUIK HARK Tust Received a Car 6 Load of g. Skin Affections, ... 'vui.nuBa lib-youn- g ns dally Low Prices al We are always glad to have you tall and, inspect 'our goods Range, which thousands of users declare is the best on account of workmanship, small amount of fuel used and unsurpassed cooking qualities. Ask Eichmond users. Don't forget that we will - ive w Now is the time to call and inspect this wonderful ill Malleable Ranges ' N.V.WtflTE Main 10 per attno' cent Off for Cash .Stmrc Tlife on All 0-li- r Y7k is i h,i .u. Street, below First i RICHMOND 4- - 1). B. Shackelford l! t Co. S 1 s ; " " Cut It Out City Council Lamp Explodes mo $1.25 2.00 4.50 7.00 Burley Growers of the Blue- - Holds Regular Monthly Meet- And Son of Marion Newby Is In This County and Statistics grass Will Not Raise Any of Interest for the Year ing Thursday Evening. Bumed to Death. Home Crop in 1911. Destroyed. Just Passed. Another army of tobacco growers has organized in Kentucky and their decision is "cut out tho 1911 crop." It is made up of the growers of Burley To-uacco in mis state and threo counties in .. rtl.i just across mo . vuuj river. Tho meet ing was held in Lexington last Thurs day and much enthusiasm was displayed, Tho decision was practically unanimous. irommcnt growers and those who havo been identified with tho pooling as well as the non pooling of the tobacco heretofore, declared it the only remedy this year be will be wise to select it from our splendid io oring tno prices up to where it will pay the poor man and force tho trust to collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate pay uio real worth of tho crops. Tho for holiday gifts. now organization is composed mostly of whot is known as "Non poolers;" and uiey are now seeing the error of their way in not joining in with their brother the past year aud helping to mako the for it is certainly bere. Then you can tell SantaClaus Burley pool tobacco society possible, into come and do bis part. We will reserve any furnistead of having it go down in defeat. Of course Tho Burloy Tobacco Society ture chosen now till wanted and the Independent Burlev To. bacco Growers Association, the distinct name of tho two different organizations, will bo always working for tho one common standard, "a higher price H for tho tobacco." Tho non poolers of this county were well represented and voted for the above in tho meeting held hero several days beforo the Lexington convention. It now remains to see how close the or ganization will stick and thus help to oring about higher prices for the weed Rccxs suitable for offices over Stock-.C3- 's drug store. Apply at Stockton & in this state. Madison county growers secured good representation in tho or- 3t Sen. Follow the crowds with their tobacco anlzation. Mr. A. J. Houso being onool If yoa have not sold your tobacco, take and you I will land at the Madison ware- ho incorporators and Mr. C. F. Cho- St to the Madison Warehouse where the nault was choson secretary and treas house, near L. & A. depot. tf urer. t:? rr.ces prevail. There's a reason, tf Best equipped warohouso for handling Check Here. Throughout the state the Gov. loose leaf in this section the Madison cigar is becoming immensly pop-u'.- warehouse. Plenty of help and no wait, Supt. John Noland, of tho Count They have such a peculiarly tf Schools, has recoived the money for the flavor. If yon are not smoking lenchers for ono month's salary. The Colored Woman. then, oegin now. lust payment will bo paid tho first oi Mary Eliza Laurels, a highly respected February. It comes slow but sure. M J Farris yesterday bought of M. colored woman, of this city, died at hoi 100 shoats homo hero At The Madison. E Al'.in, of llustonvillo, on last Thursday. She wnt Heavy sales havo been the feature of averaging 100 pounds at 7 2 cents, to fifty-tw- o years of age. t; delivered in Danville. Farris and the business tho past week at tho Madi son tobacco warohousc. A great deal ol K:r:ca yesterday purchased of Gose Stanifer's Special, a; J Williams 200 barrels of corn in the J. S. Stanifer Is making the weed is coming in and good prices a great int:.i at 82.00 pr barrel Danville Adv. ducement for a few days to clear up sur- havo beon paid for the quality offered. plus stock. Have you read his big ad Will Show. For Rent in this issue? Some rare bargains await Two furnished front rooms for rent. the wise ones. Mr. Coleman Netr, who is rapidly 4t. gaining a roputation as a breeder of lino Az:'-- 19 Third street. Phone 009. White Rock chickens, will take a choice Christ Church. For Rent Next Sunday at Christ church, this ixxip to the Poultry show iu Lexington Two unfurnished rooms up stairs over city. Archdeacon Wontworih, of Win- .lie latter part of this month, and his C-i Itate Grocery Xo. 2 apply chester, will occupy tho pulpit, morn menus claim ho will bo suro to land a if Sirs. J. U. Ueorge. ing and evening. The public is cordi prize. ally invited. The regular monthly meoting of ho Richmond City Council was held last Thursday evening, tho 5th, all members wero present. Mayor Rice presided and the City Fathers united with him in his proposed slogan "A better Richmond" for the ensuing year. Tho meeting was short owing to very little business of importance, and all bills against the city were passed and allowed without objections. The salary of Dr. Bales, local Health Ofllcer, was fixed at $35.00 per month. It is the case in most towns the size of Richmond, that the Health Officers are expected to do their work without com pensation, and the public suffers greatly thereby. A good salary should bo paid thoso who occupy this position so it can be expected of them to bo diligent in looking after the public health. An order was made to macadamize Third street from Water to Mary Jano Walker's line. The Board adjourned after allowing tho usual bills. Near Whitlock,"this county, the home of Marion Newby was destroyed by fire down Blankets Underpriced . Blankets for . Blankets for all wool Blankets lor all wool Blankets for 1 New Spring Ginghams . I .98 If Santa Clans Brings Furniture Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want BENNETT and UNDERTAKING Smoke jgJs'H Mc-Crc-- ry ir as Madison County Court Writes of his Boyhood Days January Term Jan. 2nd, I9ll. In old Madison and Those Court met & O. He Knew as Boys. Hon. W. R. Shackelford Judge presiding John A. Mershon and 405 others Editor of the Climax: I have just re. On Petition vs order. ceived a copy of your industrial Edition Lost Another Wad. It appearing to tho court that the from my ui.cle, W. W. Pigg. I spent Mule KickedJ-iim- . Two keys on chain about a yard long. Another Northern woman has left a written petition filed herein was and is day wandering thru its pages iRetinc Kcr-- en each end. Return to Hotel Curry Long, a well known farmor of )Um to Bgroa college, this timo Miss igned by a number of legal votors of old friends ami schoolmates, and yettm: for reward. Kirksville, was given a vicious kick by ausan Hall, of Revere, Mass., has tho city of Richmond, Ky. ,viz. 370 legal acquainted with a few pee le I never a mule last Friday at his home and suf bequeathed $750 to tho well known invoters equal to and in excess of '23 per heard of. It wove about me a magic W. B. For Rent. fered a compound fracturo of tho right stitution of learning in Southern Madios" cent of tho number of votes cast at the spell of old memories, lifting the curleg below the knee. He was broueht son. Tho death of Mrs. Martha Lumpkin last election in said city, as has been tain of tho pnst from log forgotten on Broadway Us residence Card of Thanks. to the Gibson sanitarium. occurred last week at her home near heretofore in this case ordered and ad scenes I lived again in the yeMerttay o( John It. Pates, I:r.e 1S5. At a culled meeting of the Board of At The Richmond. Union after .suffering for many months. judged, came tho voters on this next thirty odd years ago. I pkiyed with a tf Three Big Ones. Managers of tho Pattie A. Clay InfirmSome fine crops of tobacco have been Sho was fifty years of age. Tiio burial regulnr term of Court lot of kids who are now Rtehmoad's ary, the following resolutions were unIn this issue of the Climax thoro are aold at the Richmond Tobacco wareas in Hamilton gravoyard following t f t o r tho filing, of their pe loading citizens. There was John For 5ale. animously passed. We the members of three monstrous ads, J S. Stanifer, house the past week by auctioneer Long funeral services conducted by Rev. Rey tition on July County Court day for this he awl I seldom ever knew Tvt3 pure bred Poland China boars, W. D. Oldham and Covington & Banks. f otn Chenault. The daily average has nolds. Tho deceased was a devout county, and deposited with tho Judgo of lessons. Who would have thought whoa the Board of Managers of the P. A. C wc gt about 125 and 225 pounds. They are bargain announcers and those been something over fifty thousand with member of tho Christian church and this court the sum of $110. this being seeing him strugglo with the double Infirmary desire to express our keen appreciation and sincere thanks: Em gcod stock. who fail to take advantage of those ex- good prices for good stuff. as widely knovn in the county. the amount fixed by the said court as rule of three that lie would some day be Roy C. White. l. To the citizens of Richmond and traordinary occasions will lose. Road sutlicient to pay for posting nnd print a member of tho Hoard of Education Madison county for their prompt and tho three big ones. Chicken Pox. ing advertisements as provided for in tolling tho young idea how easy it was Tho body of James Forbes, who was Notice generous response to the recent-cafor killed in a quarry at Bedford, "Ind., sov- local option elections, for the fees of the to shoot when he went to school. Jim, There sooms to bo an epidemic oi Unloctding. I w..l stand my Silver Creek Red Boar financial aid for the institution. of tills court and for his services if an thin:.-- , was worse than John, he eral days ago, was brought to Richmond clerk Chicken Pox, in a light form, through2. To the splendid body of men and I.:?, a! rsy home on Big Hill avenue at Covington & Banks are advertising a unday and interred in the family bury herein, and for necessary expenses of as almost as bad as Charley Pigg, who CD Money due when service is ren- wonderfully "low priced" Unloading out the city aud many school children tl special registration and the holding of couldn't get the lessons through his women who conducted the canvass. ing ground on tho farm of his father 3. To the Newspapers and press com dered I have for sale some nice shoats sale, and will no doubt sell thousands of are down. Fortunately tho diseaso is Henry Forbes on tho Boonesboro pike said election, which said sum of money head at all. And Jim, ho ltas been not dangerous, if care is taken. G. C. generous reports and publicitarje enough for service. dollars worth of surplus stock at these Bradley tho fourteen year old son of the said County Judgo accepted and chief guardian of tho city's peace this mittee for about seven miles from tho city. Young ty given the campaign and its results. W. B. Turlcy special prices, which they aro making Forbes was a membor of tho Bed now accepts as full nnd complete com- many a long day. Wonder if he over 1. To the ladies who prepared and Big Hill Ave. to move quickly and turn into cash for Giles Bradley, of Hillsdale Ave., is the All Much ford Tribe of Red Men and tho local pliance with the statute in such cases thinks of old man Reppert ami the tick latest to feel the hand of tho malady, served the daily lunch, and to Bettie tho spring trade. lodge took charge of his remains upon made and provided and it further ap- ings and staying ins we used to get? but he is not seriously sick. to You Semi-Annu- al Henry Rice was smarter than us Little the caterer, who gave her time Report trrival. Rev. Marshal conducted the pearing to the court that all legal steps j mi services to assist them. Clever Writer. funeral services. IIo was twenty five necessary to havo a voto in the city of ounger kids but the worst boy in school. of the STRAYED OR STOLEN The Infirmary is the one charitable" Richmond, Ky., on tho proposition Tho devilment that he'd get into to In tho Sunday Supplement to the earsof anc. Monday, Jan 2 from my place, about institution of the town and cenntyvtho whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or. worry the teacher would have made Courier Journal, of the 8th inst, tho 2 miles ftom Richmond, on Red House proporty of every citizen. "Wo" having itichmond, Kentucky other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold Peck's bad boy a Sunday school scholar clever little "storietto" entitlcd"Antici-oation'Va- s pike, ono gray horse about 10 hands high Arthur, the infant child of Mr. and comparison. Tiie underbrush con been selected as a Board of Managers. AtCl-sa.- bartered or loaned in &aid city, and it from the pen of Prof. Roscoc Hair off hind hocks, fq.ll forehead. Also cf Business, December 31, 1910 Mrs. Roland Reams, of Red House, died appearing that tho petitioners sumed in his correction, if loft growing. wish to oxpress at this time our apprefurther Gilmore Stott, of tho Normal school. brown maro about 13 hands high, one several days ago at tho homo of his us and ind the defendant are willing and have would have produced cord wood enough ciation of tho trust reposed, in Prof. Stott has contributed a numbor of whito hind foot, shoe off left hind foot. Resources parents of pneumonia. The little one to assure. tho public and physicians of be,igrecd, subject to the approval of the to run Richmond for years. .Will Ruck. Lc:r. $405,727 35 articles to this Sunday Magazino accounts Had scratches. Leave animals at stray was sick only a short time. 9 3-14, 14, 91-2- , 14 , Bud Baker 8 3-- 14 1-- 4, 15 1-Ot- -: court, that the election herein be called ey was another of the gam.', as was afeo our continued etforts to use wisely and 12.319 90 sides many other periodicals of note. pen and notify Chief of Police. Liberal economically tho peoples money and to 1C2 70 . jd a :o cash items 10 1-- 4, 5.10 for March the 3rd, 1011, it is now ac Wilko Baxter. They must have boon 15 William Lovell. It Reward. Ono of tho oldest residents of this t 30,034 90 in vault Loom End. cordingly ordered and adjudged that better than the rest of us, forsometimes conduct the affairs of the Infirmary for 10, 4, G 2 20, 15 3-frcm other banks 145,417 28 Edward Tudor- U, 3 ouuty, lias passed away, Miss Pauline good of the community. the shcritf of Madison county Ky.. open they'd go several days without a Kek- the best I!a .: ? house and lot The people of this county, and many 18,000 00 Saturday, year of her Harris, in tho eighty-fift- h Board of Managers of tho Elvada Tudor 14, 8 1-- 2, 20, 15 3-- 10, 4, G 1-- 2 O' a poll at cacli and all voting pluces in ing. The fact of tho matter k. there 18.030 47 in adjoining counties, look forward to rral estate c, having succumbed to an illness P. A. C. Infirmary. Kcr--.. tire, fixtures and v'lts Manager Baxter will givo the patrons 3.000 00 tho great loom-en- d said city on Friday, March the 3id, 1011, wore only two good boys in scliooL It': sale, originated here isting about two weeks early Tuesday for Btr. downed 3S.937 50 of tho Grand opera houso a chanco to tho purpose of taking tho sense of i wonder they were not hung or come to by W D. Oldham with a great deal of morning at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. witness the famous Cowboy and Indian the legal voters of said city, who are somo other bad end as is usually th $073,330 22 interest. These sales every six months TcHl Walter Ballard on Fifth street. She gratified Chey to vote at elections for county case. Still tho excoption but provei attract thousands of bargain scokors to Celebration, which was held at was born and reared in Madison and Liabilities enne. Wyoming several months ago, on officers upon tho proposition whother or the rule. They wero John Creoke and Richmond. Read every item of his lived and died "m this grand old coun- not spiritous, vinous or malt liquors or Jerry Sullivan. Ono neat, quiet and Local Dealers Fail lo SCa-.t- al $150,000 00 monstrous ad in the Climax. Mr. Old- next Saturday, matinee and evening, Stock 5elt y," as sho often expressed it. A sis other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold munlv. the other energetic, studious 15.000 00 Incorporated Surras fund Col. Roosevolt traveled IS.000 miles to Their Christmas Supply 2,000 00 ham has certainly made thoso sales popprofits ter, Sirs. Malinda iates, of Trenton, witness this show. Over 3,000 feet of suffered No melon or loaned in said city. ular. deposits .. 1G4,3C1 83 Richmond, Ky Mo., is tho only surviving member of barteredfurther ordored that a special and alert. depredations.pitchesMeberly's A. of Turkeys in East film depicting wild glories of the van L. Dr. from thoir It is Trcii funds on detho family. Mrs. Ballard is a niece. registration in and for tho city of Rich upplcs were safo so far as they were Big Deal. I r;.t 40.404 94 ished border. Remember the matinee l)-She has watched generations como and mond, Ky., be held on Friday, February concerned. If John ever tied a tin can e olUtr b'U 1.5G3 40 o tho first of the year: E. P. Warford, go Mr. Simeon Turpin has decided to is at 3 o'clock. 10 cents admission all T:.:.l dcpos.ls ... 500,330 2i movo to and could rolato many events of tho 17th, 1011, for tho purposo of and to to a dog's tail, I never heard of it. If The high cost of living in the east Chancollor Commander; W. F. Higgins. uicnmona ana last triaay parts of the house. real importance which took placo in enable those persons entitled to voto in Jerry cvor got licked for playing hookey. where tho bulk of tho Madison county-turkeVico Commander; D. E. Flora, Prolate; $073,330 22 closed a trade with Mr. W. H. Douglass, Total go, that aro slaughtered in the this county whon sho was but a mere the aforesaid election whoso names have or tying somebody's clothes in a knot at Loving Remembrance. D. Mann, 31. of W; C. Jlonlgomerv, It E. Turlev. Cashier of the Stall tho Main street moat man, whorcby his wonderfully local with Of Richmond Choose Of- M. at iirms; C. S. Jcssun. M. of Finance child,funeral aservices will boclear mind. not been recorded, on tli'5 registration l'.ronstou's pond, my momory fails to r- - a pens, istothe cause perhaps for a & Trust Co.. being duly sworn. farm of II 10 acres on tho Irvine pike k The momory of Capt. John Speed conducted book at the election last proceeding the The tno local dealers. J. us big loss cord it. If oither of them ever had any s the above report is a true and D. W. Kennedy, M. of Ex; It. E. Million, ibout six miles from tho city is given in Smith, ono of Kentucky s most promi ficers for the Ensuing this afternoon at 2:30 at the Ballard said Marcli the 3rd, 1011, to register and statement of the condition of said exchango for five houses and lots in nent Masons, has been beautifully re lights, or foot races, the other boys commission houses placed tho price on fun. k. of R & S; W. F. Mansfield, Inner home by Dr. Marshall and interment in Christmas turkeys so high, the conYear. at the close of business on the 31st to cnablo those persons who have re mav remember it, I don't. Thon there Guard; W. A. Carter, Outer Guard; W, Richmond, belonging to Mr Douglass. called by the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, lof December, 1910. lichmond cemetery. boys, they sumer just couldn't stand it. and consemoved from their precincts to another was a bunch of semi-goo- d S. Rroaddus, Trustee. The installation A bonus of $1,500 was also received by by presenting to his widow, now a resi K. fc. Turtey, Cashier precinct in the city, to havo their regis were not really any better than the rest quently he left it off his holiday list of The election of officers to servo dur- will take placo on next Thurvlay. Subicribed and sworn to before me. Mr. Turpin. dent of this city, a handsome jewel, Error in Covinfiton & Banks tration cancel in their old and to regis of us, but they wore hotter managers. good things. ensuing year, has beon tho chief t!.: January 2. 1911. which ho woro for many years as Grand ing tho The Thanksgiving price went by, all L. P. Evans, Notary Public fratornal orders. ter anew in their proper precincts had more fertile imaginations, could O. K., Advertisement Elks Coming. State Officer. Lecturer of tho Grand Lodgo of the work among tho local but the price kept going up for nearly all fraternal orders, tho Elks all other purposes allowed by form ready excuses und were slick Eighteen dollar suits and overcoats and for There were nine applications received State. F. & A. M.. and during tho time In Mrs. Minnie I. Jones, of Georgetown, tho holidays until the consumer refused officers are chosen the first of The Sheriff of Madison county will enough not to get caught so often. They the first of tho month by Richmond ho was soliciting funds for tho erection excepted, Officers in this lodgo are Slate President of Rebekah Lodges, tho should read reduced 81 1.73, instead of law. iso this special registration and to stand for it. As a result the local could prove an alibi on tho least provoadvert ex of the Old Masons Homo at Sholbyville, the year. $10.75. Lodge of Elks and several more aro shippers bear the loss. auxiliary to the I. O. O. F., was here this election, as he is by law required to cation, and thus evade much punish in April. Floating Canoo tribe pected before tho close of January. This is the first time in the history of chosen last evening on an official visit to MilThe retailer wouldn't buy from the iMen installed its offlcors last it, and lie will open the proper ment that the rest of us couldn't. Rert advertise jobber, the jobber wouldn't take the lion Rebekah Lodge. She goes to Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk There will certainly bo "Big Doins" in tho Grand Lodgo of tho stato that such of Red Wednesday evening. Thoy are R E. voting places in each of the said pre Stockton was tho dtan of these artful Berea, where sho will institute a lodge this order as from the appearanco of has been done, and shows great appre commission house price. The commiser'sHair Dressing Parlor. cincts cf tho said city and causo the dodgers, with Will Oldham close secMdlion, Sachem; Tbos. Reeves, Prelate; , his untiring efforts. sion houses, seeing the breakers ahead, tho applications-- the Royal Goat will ciation for at that place. W. P. Marcum, Senior Sagamore; O. P. Como in and havo your hair dressed said registration and election to bo held ond. There aro many others of the old jusrwouldn't handle the supply from havo soma fine specimens to work on. . . t i qualified elecir ang whoso names and actions occur to Jackson, Junior Sagamoro; J. W. Now-som- e, in tuo newest siyic, uraius aim iiuik by duly appointed and Young Politician. the south and the shipments were forced big social session will likely bo ar Greene ill. trusteo for eighteen months; tp order, liraids restored lo tion oflicors in said voting precincts as mo today for the first timo in years. I into cold storage and those least able to made ranged to follow immediately after tho Attorney Robert Friend, of Irvine, SIoso Nelson, Guard of the Forrest; 0. Mr. Everett Greene, who is employed natural color. Highest i.riccs paid for far as his duty cocs and in tho manner know not whether they bo quick or bear the loss "get it in the neck." initiatory work. was in the city for a day last Thursday O. Covington, Guard of tho "Wigwam, at the u. to A. shops, is ill of ptomaine dead, so will not discuss them. combines. Two doora abovo Stockton's and form required by Jaw. Embry & Mobcrley Co., at Waco, and enrouto to his homo from Millersburg, John Sexton, Keeper of Records and "W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. poisoning at his homo on Second street, As I look over your special I note a A. L. Uott will feel the loss heavily. All on Main street. Ollico phone Hack Coal, Round Coal, Large Can't Punish Him. visiting friends sev Keeper caused from eating canned apples. This where ho had been of "Waupum; C. II. Pigg, Olio Stato of Kentucky great many friends, besides my om Kentucky dealers will suffer as well as 5al, Hot Coal Coal that The Court of Appeals last Thursday eral days. Mr. Friend is ono of the of "Wampum; James Wagers, Captain is the second case of ptomaine poisoning 515, rosidcnco202. County of Madison ) bet. schoolmates, for whom I shall always the Madison county shippers. It U I, R. 15. Terrill Clerk of tho Madison have tho most tender recollections. aakes no clinkers and but handed down a very important decision coming young attorneys of the Tenth of Degree Team; Robt. Golden, Repre within a month iu Richmond, ono of Doubtful. hopid that the market will be strong aro boosting sentative to Grand Council. District County Court do hereby certify that the Thero is Jim Dykes, tho ito man, he which will be of which was fatal. ittle ash. That's the kind bacco section of interest all over tho to - him for and his friends within the noxt few weeks that tho next standard bearer of St. Louis, who foregoing is a truo and complete copy married Miss Korma Lackey when sho tno-jgMr. J. T. Bavcr. of this state. The deoisMasoxic .. T1 th) cold storage lot will command want ana the kind we ion was: "That a buyer of unpooled to Democracy to oust Congressman Lang' Richmond Lodgo No. 25 F. & A. M was a room matool tno late r.ugeno of tho order entorcd in order boon A 1st Confer Degrees. was about four'cen or fifteen years old. e lough price to clear local dealers, but Witlson. accompanied tho remains to case 031 in tho caso of John A. Mershon Why buy bacco, though he may pool it after ley. Mr. Friend was strongly spoken of in ol.ip.teil tho followiiwr offlcors for tho rant to sell you. Richmond Chapter wilt confer tho Crab Orchard, whero they wore interred I nolo also a lot of other boyj, as Voter ii is very doubtful. punished for violating tho convention, which nominated Floyd ensuing year: Geo. Simmons, W. M and 405 others on petition. ?oor clinkering, slow burning wards cannot be Mark Master, Past Master and .Most Ex last Wednesday. He came on to Uich chiefly on account of his friend pool contract, boiause a buyer lias Byrd, Witness my baud this 3rd day of Jan il when vou can net the the right to join tho pool. Further, that ship among all factions of the party in A. M. Davidson, S. "W.; Neale Bennett, cellent Master Degrees on a class Thurs mond and remained over a few hours to uary 1011. no J. "W.: J. A. Hiireins. Secretary; Nich day evening, and on Friday tho Royal , such as "raisjrs" of tobacco or the Tenth. It is claimed by thoso who olas Harber, S. D.; McCreary Simmons, see some old menus, ur. uayor win R. D. Terrill Clerk only bona-fid-o Dy D. Tovis Huguely D. O land on which it is know, that tho light voto given Byrd in J. "D.: E. D. Ballard, Tyler; S. S. Parks, Arch will be conferred. Friday night bo remembered as pnvalo secretary to the owner of tho will bo tho annual inspection of tho President Koark and was associated in county full of raised has tho right to join n pool. The RrMthitt. nlthouch a inBe sure that you give Treasurer. Chapter and tho Grand Scribo of (he the Normal School business department Mason circuit Democrats, was because of his unpop offi- case was appealed from In Richmond Chapter, R. A. M. stant relief, and be sure that Grand Chapter of Kentucky, William witli young Willson. Thoy both went Tho undersigned Sheriff of Madison ularity. jd Asb Jellico and Kensee court. r.Hrs are chosen in .September to serve Black will be hete as the Inspection Of to St. Louis last Juno and have been County will in complianco with the foro the remedy you offer is pure for the year and in Richmond Comman- ficer. All Royal Arch Masons ara urged fellico. Ask about them room mates since. Mr. llayer says the going order of the Madison County court Special Service. "We recosa-men- d False Report is held in April. and harmless. der, K. T., the election to be present. report that! Willson suicided is utterly open tho polls at the vanoui voting pre them, and you bave then papers from There will be special services at Bt. synap. Odd Fellows our A specitl to tho daily false. IIo savs tho bullet wound was cincts in Richmond, Ky., on the 3rd day Jen notified that wo sell them Frankfort Soils of Mrs. Lucy Harford, Marks Catholic church next faunuay, Wins Suit The following aro the officers chosen in Children like it, is easy to soveral inches below tho heart and if th of Marcli, 101J, for the purpDsejtated in lad there's no better. Satis- - of that city, falling heir to $25,000 as the January 15th at 7:30 p. a., in honor of Mtdison Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F. to In the Supreme Court last week at young man had sought to tako his own said order in obedience. to caid o;de tike and pleasan t. And what bequest of! her mother, Mrs. Allan H. the Feast of tho Holy name of Jesus. serve for 1011: J. T. Stone, N. G.; Ed torney, W. a. Moberly, of 2tion guaranteed. this city, rep life ha wquld havo shot himself in a The undersigned will also open a special Also snecial music by the choir and a Thomas, utaose demise occurred in this is still more importast,. Wurford. V. G.; N. B. Turpin, Secretary resenting the Plaintiff, won a very tm more vital portion of the body. Ho was registration on llebruary 13th, 1911 for relieves the child's system of city in Noi'tmbcr. Mrs. Thomas Hurst special sermon by Father O Dwyer. E E. Adams, treasurer; G. "W.T. Death-etag- e, portant suit involving about $1,500. Tho with him a short timo beforo tho trago--i tho parposo of permitting all persons and Mr. A, H. Thomas, Jr., both ol this Below Is the program: the accumulations whichiak R. 8. to N. G.; V, J. Slewara, style of the caso was United States vs dy, and tho young man was in the best legally nuiuonieu io regist as speci"Werner city, who i jo half sister and brother to Vent Creator colds and coughs poesibk L. S. toN. G. H. R. "Warford, "Warden; Grizzard. In the Federal court here, of spirits and talked of future events in fied in said order so that siid olectiop Choir Mrs. Warlord, are utterly ignorant of S. Todd, Conductor; M. Y. Witt, damages were awarded Grizzard to the. which he was interested. Mr. Bayer can bo held as in said orir directed cold and cough microbes rv Rov.-JohF. O'Dwyer will tlat their mother left, whereby Sermon any plv can't stay around after RS. S.; J. T. Wilson, L. S. 8.; H. M. above amount for an overflow: .to his siys everyone in tho boarding houso is Given under my hand as sheriff thisll their half listeria to get mis sum, in S. G.; Boyd Douglas, I. S. G.; land near Lock No. 11 cauiiM by of the same opinion that Willson in day of January, 1911. this remedy gcU at thaw. BassSplo 1), A. McCOUD, fact they claim that their mother's es Jackson, Chaplin; Owen Douglas, darning the rirer and also cutting him handling a pistol, ho had purchased in tate would, amount to but a few doll&rs. Shoritf of Madison County. in D tn V- - (1 f . ,f. Ahnnv. L. S. to V off his outlet to the publio road! The Ilichmond shortly before he loft this PfaooeII84 . i unoir I They aro astonished a this report, ( a. attorneys for the government arrpwled city, tl weapon was acuideaUUy'isLeak and Health Insur I Hay, Corn, Oats, Straw which fa claimed,to havo boen given out Tanlum Ergo. Knights op Pitt hi as from the decision of th lower 'court rharzed. Mr. Fletcher West who at- - FircjtLife, Accident 1mm Co Choir very best old lit Frankfordv There i ipanie by Mrs. Yarford the" verdict was MMfciined aiui full tendd'Ui fuwral cf Willson,' kMirmd, anco in. th Knights but and Shingles itaomil City Lwtee Xo. J a VI, WlMlntnihrt Willi .if. . bat ben tj$ will offered for probate in wen auewM 111! asvoav tkcHattrtfi wut et tfak Xitm AYEXUE. . r cc four-year-o- ld z-ca last Sunday evening, the result of a lamp explosion, and his eleven year old boy met death in the flames. All efforts to save tho boy proved futile, and It is the opinion of members of tho family that ho was rondered unconscious in some manner immediately following tho explosion. Tho boy "was in an adjoining room to his parents, and in some manner the oil lamp exploded, rapidly filling the room with fire. His crios brought them to his rescue, but on account of tho flames they wero unable to reach him. Thoy called to him, and ho answered in a faint voice, but tho flames spread so rapidly that ho was caught beforo he could make his escape. Ilia charred re mains wero found in about an hour in the ruins of tho homo and wero in ono corner of the room, whero it is supposed he fell, suffocated, and was unable to get further. The family escaped with slight burns trying to rescuo tho boy, Kicked in Head. but tho contents of the home wore nearJohn Duerson Farley, ten year old son ly all destroyed. Newby is a prosperous of Mr. and Mrs. John Farley who reside negro and is the owner of several acres on the Barnes Mill pike, met with a of ground. erious accident last Friday, about noon. Dinner. Tho boy was in tho tobacco barn where Tho ladies of tho Baptist church an several men wero engaged in stripping and while running through a narrow nounce their diuncr for tho April Court passway, stumbled and fell through a Day. canvas partition into a stall where ono The Squaw Man." of tho farm horses was tied. The aniCharles Foster, who portrays tho part mal kicked tho boy in the head, making an ugly wound and rendering him un- of Tabywana in "Tho Squaw Man" conscious for several minutes! and he which comes to the Grand Opera House on Thursday, Jan. 12, spent soveral sumis now in a most dangerous condition. mers among tho Utes in Colorado, studyOur motto is "Tho highest price for ing their moods and habits a id recenth all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse, had tho following to say: tf "I shall always bo thankful for tlu privileges I've bad in seeing tho Ute Fox Hunters. Indians at home. For instance, I. reThe Sunday Magazino of tho Courier member when we traveled an arduous Journal contained a fine likeness of Mr. journey somo years ago to bo with them Joptha Chenault and his prize fox dogs, for tho green corn dance. The squaws which won so many events at the wero about as social as wild deer. The Fox Hunters Meeting held at men, on tho other hand, built a wigwam Crab Orchard in November. Other for us of saplings and wild animals, tho pictures were of Miss Marian Burnam, floors of split logs and elevated about mounted for tho chaso and Mrs. Chen- - two feet above the ground. Hero it was tult, who is also a lover of tho sport. wo made our home for that summer. lloth these ladies were prominent at tho "The littlo Utes play with bows and meet. Col Stevo Walker is also shown arrows, mako dolls and playhouses, rovel with his favorite horn and cob pipe in mud pies, kill and roast small birds listening to tho music of tho hounds. s bofore and play thoy aro roasting wild turkey. They rarely cry that Best Ever. is weakness and obey their elder's Rev. Hugh McLellan, tho noted pul slightest command. pit orator, now of San Antonio, Texas, "Tho has already learned formerly pastor of the local Christian that ho is an important feature in the church, says the finest Christmas pres- tribe, for he can carry water, gather in ent he received this year was a bunch wood and watch the little papoose. of rare smoking tobacco, two year old "In 'The Squaw Man' I am required to burley, which was sent him by County speak real Indian. You may bo suro it Clerk R. B. Terrell. Nothing is so required considerable study to master sweet to him ns a quiet hour in his the unwritten language of the Ute. But tudy with his cob pipe filled with the it was an interesting, if difficult, task aromatic burley, matured and mellow. and I found the Indian speech remarkably full and economical. Enlarging. "I have portrayed Indian parts for The Big Hill Coal Co., which is made for many years now, but critics in this up chiefly of Madison county capital, is country and abroad seem agreed that preparing to enlarge its equipment at tho character of Tabywana, the old tho Ida May mines, near Heidolburg, Peace Chief of the Utes, in 'Tho Squaw Lee county, on account of tho increaso Man' gives mo my greatost opportunity." in tho trade. The other mines of the Price Seats at Wines company are in Rockcastle county. Drug Store. Na-t.on- al spit-fire- Tho past year in this county has gone into history with many things that will in tho future bo discussed with great interest. Nothing stands out of so great importance to all the people, but thero aro many things that aro of much interest to a few. Tho banks of the county aro second to none in the country and all aro safo and reliable, which is a most important thing in the commercial activities of a county. According to the County Clerk's records this has been a most remarkable year in tho sale of lands. Tho deed books shows 523 transfers for 1910 an average of 44 per month. January, as nearly always the case, stands out ahead of tho other month with a total 130 transfers. February is second with 83 and March is third with 03. Tho biggest land deal in tho county dur- tho year was tho transfer of the Jacks Creek pike farm of Thomas Jackson Smith to Church &Markham, which involved ar proximately Sf5,CC0. In Richmond tho past year 297 real estate transfers were recorded and for a portion of tho year thero wero lively times in tho real cstato department. llio largest deal was porhaps tho trans fer of "Burnamwood" to Messrs Thur-ma& Hamilton, tho hustling and wide awake real estate dealers, which in- olvcd the sum of something like 510,- 000. January led with 50 deeds record ed, March was second with lid and May third with 32. During tho twclvo months of 1910 the county clerk issued 201 marriage license to whito people and 80 to the "cullud folks." Of this number 150 wero Madi son county residents, wliilollio remainder gave their homo at places running from Maine to California. Of this number 150 wero married in Richmond and uring on two dollors, which is the tverugo fee it can bo seen that tho sum 8300 was paid to tho ministers of Richmond, County Judge and Justice f Peace. In tho Richmond cemetery 101 intcr-on-ts wero made during tho year. Ol this number 73 wero adults and 23 were children. A peculiar thing about thi: that Richmond and Madison count only contributed 59 of this number. while 42 bodies were brought from out of tho county and interred. n $1.48 3.48 4.98 We have just received a beautiful line of new Spring Ginghams and Madras. All new eclors in plain and fancy patterns. We have about 00 pairs of 5ample McCall Magazine February number Just out 5c a copy SHOES Regular $ $2.00 values, your choice for ladies, in box calf, vici kid and Mens' 50c Underwear 39c 1 patent leather. 50 and Heavy cotton, fleeced shirts and drawers, all sizes, first quality, regular 50c under garments for 39c 98c Pair McCall's Patterns, 10 and 15c Mens' $1 Underwear for 75c Mens' Heavy Ribbed Underwear, shirts and drawers, 1 00 quality for 75c To Make Room for Our Spring and Summer Clothing which we will receive February , 1 we are selling our present stock oP'Griffon Brand" clothes at greatly reduced prices as follows aits and Overcoats $15,00 and $18 now $12.48 : 12.50 now : : 9.98 10.00 now : : 7.48 : 7.50 now : : : 4.98 E. V. EL Order For Election. Former Citizen Deaths. A telegram received early Tuesdaj announced the death of Mr. Georgo B. Tones, which occurred at his home in Kansas City Monday evening. Ho was tho father of Mrs. A. C. Scanlan and a former resident of this county. His Jeath comes as tho result of a lingering illness. Mrs. Scanlan returned only a fey days ago from his bedside, having been called thoro several weeks ago on account of his critical condition. He years of age. iis sixty-thre- e White, who had the typhoid fever, okl man Barnett woke him up to give him some medicine to make him sleep; Kit Covington who always was a hustler; Jim Stoutfer. who was going to strike a bonanza, ami Roy While, tho Youth's Companion. It has been a treat to think over these dear chums ot my youth again, ami while I rejoice wkh these who have made good, I cannot but feel sad for those promising others, somo who like myself are far away, while others sleep i tho hi Richmond ceme tery, whore I expect te He when tho wanderlust shall be on me no more. this All-ma- n, or Have You Sold YOUR TOBACCO? Stronger Grades Prices on We are Ready 5erve State Bank & Trust Co. Open Day and Night BEST BEST LIGHT 4, 1-- 4, SERVICE Here are some of our recent sales: 4, 4, 3-4- l- -:' - 1-- 2, 4, 1-- 4, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co, & Depot Lost Out Fraternal Orders ys II-.r- All Kinds of Good Coal REX i or drug-store- , m -- If Your Child Is Sick it js - cough it 1LLDUGHBY &50N . JK ' I actr, 1, fty-- mmh hwi PHONE17&, PERRY Main . W Mm, gym it' k -- . In order to have ample variety for customers to select from, and a ful! range of sizes in all grades and styles, an Clothing Store must buy eacn 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 r iff fi f .1 rr win rebuit. inese are tne sole reasons that prompt us to oner our entire stock:, at up-to-da- Fop rvieo and Boys te . "T-- Tf ABSOLUTE and Interwoven Socks Alone ExceptedPRICES CRIFICE Mubbers 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 IPS ;f Kenton Far and away the finest Clothing sold in Richmond, In all tiae Newest Styles Try a Kenton Suit Overcoat or Raincoat vercoat at these striking reductions: ,0--0 IS for 1 9.75; ISffi for 1 6.75; '2 for 1 2.75: SS for 9.75; ESPEfflLLY REDUCED for Odd 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 1.00 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS 2 Badly overstocked on Young Men's fine Stylish Suits, sizes 16 to 18 years, These prices are bound to sell them Pants Cheviotsfor Great assortment Worsteds, Cassimeres and work or dress up all greatly reduced 1.25 for 1.00; 3.50 for 2.95; 6.00 for 4.75; 8 for 6 25 2.50 for J. 95; 4 00 for 3.35; 7.50 Coats and Vests at $2.50 and broken lots, sizes 34 to 37, Out will fit large boys and small and medium men., Former values 7.50 to 12.50, choice now for 2.50 of style $15 for 10.75; 12.50 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 Shoe Hanan 5hoes are the finest made lor men. Try a pair at these low prices High Top Shoes cut from $4.00 to $3.10 TJ CV Young Men's Suits at $2.95 5izes 1 6 to 18 years, broken lots and out of styleformer prices 7.50 to 12.50. Choice now for 2.95. Good for every day wear 6.00 grades 4.75 5.50 grades 4.25 Walk9ver and Beacon Shoes You'll probably need a pair before spring. Buy now and 5AVEL r Tf Cm.J& bar- tough and durable gain at 3.10 an extra Unusualvariety of beautiful patterns and latest styles in Knee Suits, greatly reduced All heavy Boots, Bootees and High Tops strongly reduced for 6.75; g for 5.75; 5.00 for 3.95; 4.00 for 2.95 About 100 pairs fine dress and drivWe distance all competition on Style, QualThe boy is bound to need 5hoes before Sizes 3 to 7 years heavy and durable to buy, and ing gloves, slightly soiled, but not damaged ity and Variety in Hats. All the newest styles former prices 3.50 to 5.00. Choice for i .95 spring and here is your chance at the lowest prices ever known SAVE as to wear 2.00 quality 1.25 Stetson's 0 per cent, discount, all others .85. Heavy Calf 5hoes, extra quality soles, sizes 3's to 6's, 2.50 now .85 1 Boys' High Tops and Fine Dress Shoes-- all All Gloves Reduced cut 1 1 Extra Special in Boys' Boots and Shoes Boys Heavy Boots, Special Glove Offer 1 Boys' Out of Style Suits at $1.95 3's to 6's, 2.50 now .50 for 1 .00 Substantial saving on Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear, Suspenders, Suit Cases, 5.00 for 3.50; 3.50 for 2.50; 2.50 for Rubber Coats, Etc., Etc. TERMS cut as follows 1.75; 2.G0 for 1.50; 1.50 for 1.15 GASH TO ONE AND ALL No doubt you have resolved to save more money this year than last ood resolution This Sale keep it, by begining to SAVE on your Clothing . needs Now at . COVINGTON & BANES The Store Eor Quality : , 1 ; i ,, ij ; j ft-- uooas, Mioes Nothing, Carpets try W. D. Oldham & Co GREAT LOOM 1 33 Begins aturday, Jan'y. at 8 O'clock ycur tobacco did not bring: as luch as you thought you ought have, come to this sale and jend )llar fTT Saturday Night Ends January 14 at 10 O'clock your money where "each will do double duty" Days Bargain Feast that will long be re- 'his sale will offer alues lond the greatest ever before seen in Rich- - membered by the people of Madison and adjoining counties Don't Miss It lou will see splay of the most wonderful dependable merchandise such unheard of low prices that )u will be astounded "''"''x !ates MIGHTY MOVEMENT IN MODERN MERCHANDISING Something Doing Every Hour in the Day Donrt 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 ont Forget the Loom End Remnants of the finest dress fabrics in endless varieties, weaves and patterns in full length for dresses will be offered ' f promise you a bargain event you are sure to get all ve promise 3rou and more too. This time we are not only promising more than ever before, but we intend, as in the past, to do a great deal more than even our broadest statements lead you to expect. that we would in due time put on a Genuine Clearance and Loom End Sale. The time is now ripe for the clearing and we intend to make this the most decisive clearing sale that we have ever held. "We have chosen the for two reasons. First, because it is nearl' time for our spring stocks to arrive and we need the room. Second, because we wish to dispose of our entire fall and winter goods while they are seasonable for the consumer, thus giving j'ou an opportunity to Tt c xids that will be in demand for months to come at a price in many cases below the cost of the raw material. In every case the price asked is far below the actual value of the goods at this time. This is an opportunity that you will not probably get again in the rt .is the price of all raw material is advancing and goods of all kinds will be higher. Don't think that because you are not getting as much for your tobacco, corn and hogs us you did last year, that cotton, wool and leather is bound to b- - cheaper. No such v state to you positively that all of these commodities are bringing a higher price than they have for some time and it looks like they will go higher. That's why we say you cannot afford to miss this genuine bargain offering. We don't carry goods over from ' and its a fact, of which we feel justly proud, that we offer our customers in this sale nothing but goods of the present season's production. If you are interested, and in these times every one should be interested in saving a part of his income, come in cisin ub over, be consistent, stud3T 3our own interests, give us an opportunity to show you a clean cut saving on each and every item you need. If you don't find the goods and prices just as we represent them we won't expect 3'our patronage - - we a.r we promised our friends and patrons 25 Men's Cassimere Suits. Regular $4 25 6.50 and 7.00 values. Loom End price. . . 35 suits all wool and wool Worsted, worth up to 12.50 per suit. Special for this Every Tiding Sold For CASH 1,000 yards best quality Apron Gingham r 1l .r j" in lengths from 2 price 7 2 to S 1-c. to 10 jards. Regular oc, Loom End price sale... 75 suits representing a broken line of sizes probably only one or two suits of a kind in the lot. All pf the very best mnlro onrJ cf.T'lo Ttrnf.l nn in OA Oft 7.G9 Rrfo!nl 10.50 for this sale JIL 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's shirts, boys' waists, ladies' skirts, etc., in solid colors, fancy stripes and checks. Reg- 19c ular price 12 l-2- c. Loom End price Sc Schloss Bros. & Co. Fine Clothing Blankets and Comforts 4 : JfiSSS"'"'- II Kill A Wm, Hi! XL 50 pairs 10-- Blankets, in grey, tan and One lot Men's nice Fur Hats, all good stles, blue. Regular 75c per pair value. Loom and Young Men. There is a distinct appearance large and small shapes to suit the most fastidious 49c End price of a man dressed in a well fitted Schloss Bros customer, worth up to 2.00. Special for this sale S9e 50 pair extra large 11-- 4 Blankets. Our Suit; there is something attractive in his appear 200 Men's good "Winter Caps, in all sizes and .. .. 75e 1.00 kind. Per pair ance. The broad massive shoulder effect; the colors, worth up to 50e each. Loom End price. . . 19c regular close and well fitting effect of the front, and the 75 pair fine "Wool Knap Blankets, extra We have permission from the Hawes Hat Manfashionable length. It gives the air of a well ufactory to sell the celebrated Hawes Hats, in all heavy and large. Our regular price 2.50 dressed man. They are made from all wool fabrics, styles and colors, fur and derby. Special for this pair. Loom End price $1.65 pei stitched with pure silk, guaranteed to satisfy. Loom End Sale $2.39 50 pair fine all wool Blankets, in white, Special prices for this sale. Your choice of all grar, red and plaid, large size. Regular . ..$10.95 $12.50, 15.00 and 16.50 Suits for Men's, Ladies' and Children's Fleeced $3.95 5.00 and 6.00 values. Loom End price 12.50 17.50, 1S.50 and 20.00 Suits for 60 good full size Comforts. Regular .16.00 22.50 and 25.00 Suits for 69c 1.00 sellers. Sale price Shirt Waists and Musiin Underwear One lot of Ladies' Muslin Underwear. Gowns. Skirts, Drawers, Corset Combination Sets, Covers, - ." ' Coorrirht 1910 Br SCHtOSS BROS. & CO. Baltimore mud New York Vf KfffiS&S . Jk- Overcoats to match Suits in style quality and price Save this circular, bring it with you, select what 3rou want before you leave home and then ask our salesman to show it to you as advertised and you will get it r-- p-f "r. jTM Men's Clothing Bargains :D0 pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, in all sizes to lit any man no bow large or how small, absolutely all wool ana worm op i er pair, will be sold daring this at 12'j pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, good value in. a a.ar way at f2 50 per pair, Loom tna price $1.59 $1.19 1 bUyerS OppOrtUn- He SiireWOif ity don't miss it , Fleeced Underwear One lot of extra in shirts and drawers, all sizes. A bargain at 50 c?bts each, our Loom End price One lot Ladies' heavy bleached Fleeced Underwear, in vests and pants, worth up to 35c each garment Loom End price One lot of Boys' extra heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, sizes from 26 to 34. Regular price ; 35e per garment. Loom End price, Children's Fleeced Union Suits to fit children from 4 to 12 years. Regular 25c suits for-men- Underwear heav' Silkaline Comforts filled with nice white cotton, worth up to 1.50. Loom 39c J3od price for choice 50 fine very large assortment of eveiy kind bought especially for this sale from manufacturers wbo bad small lots to close at a price. You will see great tables fall of this Underwear, all marked with Red Loom End Tickets at about half the value of each garment. Look for the Red Tickets One lot of Ladies1 Fine WLito Shirt Waists, in all sizes and kinds, worth np to f 1 50 each. Oar special price to you etc A 9Sc 59 Gents Each , One lot of very fine Sateen Comforts in beautiful patterns, extra nicely quilted, 22c worth up to 3.00 each. Our special price for choice 19c 150 fine $1.65 Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, not to split, extra well made, guaranteed llared bottom, ruffles and tucks, worth up $2.75 19c to 5.00 each. Our special price to you Needles, Shuttles and Bobbins for use In All Makes of Sewing Machines. 50 Men's Cassimere Vests in sizes from 34 to 33. til fine, AQC ciaae ana worm up u t.ou cu. qa sn for No Exceptions This Sale Exclusiv ely W. :ain ' Jan. D. OLOHAJVf & COMPANY "We 14 to Jan 28 TTTTTTTnn can fit any macnine, no matter how old or how in any kind of Needles, Shuttles or Bobbins and new. save you money, on each and every purchase. Try our needles ' ' . : Ed RICHMOND, . . ,. . c . m - SHOES HAT Th ere Prices Absolutely Sacrif ied 4 FOR MEN AND Our regular prices are low, none undersell us, judge them as you read every item quoted here, what a money saving opportunity w2 are presenting, has been sales and sales, but nothing like this one This sale is straight from the shoulder Honest, Bona Fide, A Money Saver for you. Don't Miss This Bargain Picnic$20,000 worth of Seasonable M rcnanaise to be Sacrificed; We pi 1 It is our rule not to are getting ready for a great spring business, and as a result of these preparations, we must clear out all Fall and Winter goods. permit goods to remain from season to season at the close of the season all goods must go. Such bargains we have never been offered in this or any other establishment will be given in this sale. Prices quoted here will quickly reduce stock, which is just what we want to do this month before stock taking. Read this advertisement carefully for in every item lurks a money-savin- g that you cannot afford to miss. We have carefully gone through our stock of Suits and Overcoats and divided them into four distinct lots and fixed a price on each lot that will surprise you. You will have to inspect our lines to appreciate their value and sacrifice prices. Customers who have worn our COLLEGIAN Suits and Overcoats know their value. Our clothes speak for themselves. To those who have never tried a Collegian Suit or Overcoat we cordially invite you to try them now at this great Sacrifice Sale and we are sure you will be a regular customer in the future 1 I 5 Days Lot No. 2 Regular price 1.3.00, 20.00 and 22.50; choice now for Begins Thursday January 12th Closes January 28 No old or out-o- This will be the greatest sale of Fine Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings that has ever been offered in Richmond, everything fresh and new New in Style, New in Color, Best in Quality, But Low In Price f -- style stock to offer uits and Ov Lot No. 1 Regular price 25.00, 27.50 and 30.00; choice now for 1 MEN'S AND YOUNG M N Lot No. 3 Lot No. 4 Regular price 8.00 and choice now for 10.00; M en's Pants 1 mm Young Men's Peg Top Fine selection, heavy all wool and Corduroy included. Pants 5izes from 30 to 34 Regular $4 and $5 Pants, now $5 and $6 Pants now Regular price 12.00, 13.50 and 5.00; choice now for $3.50 and $4 Pants now 2.75 $2.50 and $3 Pants now 2.00 50 $3 and 53.50 Pants for 250 18.00 Gloves We have a large assortment of H. & P. Gloves which are well known to you. Both lieft3' leather and gauntlet and good warm lined, in all grades from 50c $15.00 5pecial Bargains in $90 A Great Reduction in Cash to One and All oys9 1 1 to 3.00. AH Greatly Reduced Also fine Dress and Driving Gloves in eluded in this sale We handle them in all the new plaits, also negligee in such brands Health, as Cluett, Monarch, tg. So don't In all wool, such as Wright's to secure DerUnby Ribbed. Now is the time fail to get your share'bf them while derwear at a great saving. they last Munsing Union Wear Men's and Boys5 Underwear Suits and Overcoats Lot No. Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 large assortment to select from. Knickerbocker Suits, Presto OverRegular price $4 and $5; choice Regular price $ 0 and $ 2; choice coats. Regular price $6, $7 and $8; now for choice now for now for 1 This Sale is for Cash Heavy Duck Vamp $5.50 Boots now 4.50 Boots now 4.00 Boots now 3.00 Boots now for both men and boys, Greatly Sacrificed 0 50 Extra Special in Hats aud Caps SG.00 Iadies5 Shoes and other good makes. Our The celebrated customers know the reputation of our Shoes. Now is your time to purchase footwear for the remainder of season. S3.10 $3.50 and S4 grades now Sil-Ki- d Rubber Goods tap Rubber Boots, sole . $4.25 3.75 3.50 2.75 Large stock to 3elect from in strictly new shapes and shades from the following well known brands: John B. Stetson, Montague .Gibson and Coleman none better at prices as follows The Boyd Is the Patent Kid finest bench-mad- e Shoe shot in the world $4.75 4.25 good-quality- now 5.50 Duel Leather now 3.00 grades now 2.50 grades now 2.00 grades now 2.35 1.95 1.65 Misses and Childrens makes Shoesall of the best go at greatly reduced prices Arties, 1 buckle; heavy Heavy cloth, 1 buckle; also light Storm Rubbers for men, women and children, all reduced in price $5 cut to 3.75; 4.00 cut to 3.15; 3.50 cut to 2.75; 3.00 cut to 2.50 cut to 1.75; 2-25; The Just Wright Shoe, The Williams Shoe and The Reed Shoes The are all goad popular price, perfect fitting, which you can buv at a irrrai savin"- during this Great Clearing Sale Men's and Boys' Ilifrh Top SJii..f-.- .. mo and black. Extra high top, medium high jn r gular heavy shoes, all in qualit-- , sit a great living price , - all rubber goods reduced 2.00 cut to 1.25; 1.50 to 95c Heavy Caps in corduroy, leather, plush and heavy cloth with warm fur inside drop first-clas- s Sweaters of all Colors In all wool and cotton to be closed out at this Great Clearing Sale. Jersey Sweaters, such as the boys have been wanting; pure worsted in maroon, gray and navy all go in this sale Children's Russian Blouse Suits and Keefer Coats. choice now for Regular price $4, $5 and $6; $3.50 REMEMBER Suits Cases and Traveling Heavy Flannel Shirts In all colors and sizes. We are in this your Bags afine assortment to seline. They must go regardless of cost. Colors navy, lect from. In black and tan brown, tan and gray. leathers at Deep Cut Prices Come early and get your size over-stocke- d We have a fine selection of Neckwear in oil the new shades of silk and bow ties. four-in-han- NECKWEAR Phoenix Mufflers, Scarf Pins and Cuff Links all go in Great Sacrifice Sale Arrow Brand Collars, Silk Mufflers THE DATE JANUARY 12 Tb JANUARY 28