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OFFICIAL SNUB Flong--t Goflfol Robert NUMBER 32 iifB are It's-theon- e A Perfect Bookcase NekRly4r-ene- Thos, C. .Adams CIaimsahe-isu- s Good Roadsr New Law IHIPt made-in artiotic also.fronrfhft utility .sidejaLibfiLquesticaLtoJ matter what stylguaLJOnish you desire, orlu hh, u iere b a case ior ..r ttIcv. . .every ,j)Jacer .... - GtaFKrrrairiir ' rrcmiwrrrmmili of thejCitJmill Approved and Committee; Will be Enforced AccordingXto OfficialWVppnted4o-Cr-SsRtrfely Was Taken Accurate Appointed4o-iiF- a therf ly by Enumeratorst ry it Out. It Carefully. r PrsiaLambV A Handsome Millinery Co. A- A -T Louis Stevenson. Given Away by Now on display at 'Richmond' J - WM" bookcase-above -- jvtae f"; all- k." - 7 V - V0 Sectional Bocase?" graddq;and-finishes, Ja reply to a news item pub- - Thn. Kent nnky.,Gnnd f.Roarisj jiccoiidinfT tn the, denlaration. Tisneil "sometime aero in the Congress in session in Louis of the oflirials, who have been Climax, in whicli' ft stated ville last week, endorsed appointed by the State to manv were of the opinion. that every section of the synopsis, new,.Vital Statistics tlttf enumeratbrsTailed, by at of a proposed good roads bill law, it will be enforced more least 500' toget the correct that had been,, approved and vigorously than ever before. fiSQ&u of Tiiehmond. Mr. ai committee was appointed to All birth certificates must be Thos. 'Adamsy one of the draft the bill and to see that "made out by the attending enumerators sends the fol! ifcwas "fathered'1 carefully at Lphysieian or mid-wif- e and -- AamSUL WITH --A GR0UHr The Author Called on the Newly Ap pointed Official at Apia to Pay Respect and Wat Shewn the Door With Few Word and No Ceremony. When Kobert Louis Stevenson lived in Samoa he dressed as the others tltcVe did. Up ntYallima tbey-al- l went about In tbelr bare feet, except when espectlng-guests.- - Mrs.J,M.BarJow&CO sotore A coupon given with each purchase entitles this-beautiful thirty sizes'of'3eetions''h.six standard others4. owjhg: ' proof and Avith.noh4)indio& doo"rs. You can't buy a better bookcase-ther- e's none better made. Stop in tomorrow; let us explain the'many advantages of this-goobookcase d book case that will iroW with oViVTibraf y. Add a section as requirements demand.',. ..The Mefcey Sectional Bookcase- is absolutely dust " 5tarttoday with a sectional : -- -- d Km' TuTiiitufe; Carpets, 5toves Opp. Hotel GIvndon !rrT.T West Main Street V ARE THE BEST -- J . GLGTHES-1 ? Wear iR.qady,.to, Guai'anteed not to -- 5Gyears-rxperKnrethr" . t v factory cgtiafahtee- - in. suits , alL sizes, ...from smallest "boy to largest ' man. .Newest, stock. J m city to select1 irom FineJin e,.TiT6w; .Style, a.. I . A nit. 11 , and, Furmsliinff "Goods, Suit j Cases, Trunks, TJmbrelhiSj etc.,, fiit lowest pricey .far gi - . class goops. J Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond J. M:trhall. Vice P'psidont siioun er As'btS'ecreVary aall S came down 'lth a soft shirt on and generally white flannel trousers, some Census Enumerators recent- times with it red sash round theSvalst. On one occasion the genial author was y employed- This ChSGovern is "oo-cruelly snubbed by u newly appointment to take the Census of ed Uritlsh consul nt Apia, one Colonel De Coetlogon. The story Is told In Richmond, wish to make a "With Stevenson In Samoa," by II. J. tatementconcerninff theitem Moors, the author: One Sunday morning while Steven )ublished .in the columns of I will gladly son and myself, barefoot and in paja j'our paper in which it stated mas, were discussing the various local my celebrities, my friend Suddenly Jumn'edi those uwho have studie'd the up aud announced that he had nesituation carefully, are of the glected a bound en duty. Ilere he had opinion that at least 500 bona been in Apia for some considerable time and bad not yet called ou her me residents were either Ilrltannlc majesty's representative. Ev1 overlooked or passed up on ery Britisher of mark should attend to such a duty at the earliest possible account of the rush of the moment! I mast Introduce him withenumerators". In iustice to out oue moment's further delay! "Come along, Moors," said he; "let's those who enumerated the get it off our mind!" city of Richmond, trust you 1 Informed him that Colonel De Coetlogon was himself a new man In the will publish this. place he had been In Apia but n llttlo RICHMOND was Enumerator for Court while and I had not yet met him. People- - who had met hhn had mostly blouse and City Hall Pre declared htm to be au exclusive, crusty cincts and can speak for the old fellow, full of pomposity. I was work did. In submitting therefore very loath to go until the new arrival had slmmercd'down somewhat. ray report to the Supervisor t It was rumored that he had been., for of Census of this District. years governor of some great jail In Britain, and people remarked that he uid the pleasure of receiving treated many of his callers as ticket, of i letter from him rating my leave men who had come fn to report. Hut Stevensou, feeling very sure of is work as, perfect in every re- his1- pmilcisl,tu-cuat- ni' this ouiuur s"pecT,""aua one of the very would take no warning, but shouted line. Also gaylyt- - "Come- - on, Moors! VII attend best in the district. vThe to to this caseT He'll welcome us all authorities inJ7jishingtoiuic-- J I pSnitckrouVlil3 atUnTaTitf' bis lack of shoes, and, with a sigh, be cepted my work without auy ' compromised, so. far a4 tq, m pp.,.. complaint, and, .check for. ser-- . ciean suirt anu n pair 01 trousers ami vices r.eudeyed followed soon shdes'bnt my best effects would-j- t Induce him to wear, n coat; In the rig if ter filial .submission. .of , t my bo wore 'and 'under 'his' tft tie' yachting' eport The Climax left, the pf the, tajc (1i i J. ( . j cnp.he positively, .looted uo moro than years of age. twenty or twenty-fiv- e t impression that, hp Euuraer;, eongh medicine fdr He tiii66l&I AVKn'tntliusiasni ovcr'cv'- -' ;itors were in erythlng. new. fludistnrnsc. tbatcam , to.fiqjsh. children, Mat $n.,p)Vid finU .CUamber- - . within his view as we passed alon; their work and therefore were lain s Cough Remedy, is most eircetual ..Third the' toad' to'MntatfUCwIfe'ro De C6ct for' c'dldst'c'rouf) mif wliooping'coug'ii logon lived. Krom the beplnning I careless in performing their And inrmf doubted If we would receive anything duTies am sure there was salo by Stockton & Sou. like an offnsivc welcome, and I took. not anyjeason for hurry in" care io imp&rtmy ear'toMy.-frlond.but he only laughed. Particularly uid or omittingSOO names or even " I .point out that this was- Sundny .and we were paid th.--t wp sbouid cliopse. another day foe Make His Report the City our visit. He still laughed. by the li'ead 'dnd not by the. open-thWith pride and Joy Council For the Past ob. " Th'is ' being true it was consular gate .and strode manfully tfear. across the fawn, I following close, beentirely t'o the' interest of the hind. A tall, soldierly person, with law: numerators" to find every white nmstachlos. and A local registrar may act hair, was fitting .PfticefuJJy qq the nairie pofeifible'. In prosecuting Chief of Police James II. made my ' work visited eyery Allman has made his report as subregistrar to any local veranda. lie us. X no attempt to rise whlsk'y' nnd'soda welcome ad- - and I0us6 or' apartment in the two to the 'City Council for the registrar of his count' or Adjust then, h,Is. rapt attention.. TVa and, may sign ascended the steps, 'the statue in the recincls. Bv the method work in his department for jicent chair merely regarded" us.' We might 1910 and it shows the name of the local registrar aa i.TCell.. have beeu ,a .couple ot dlsr used it was impossible to omit the vear of the district in which the tressed prisoners, cpmhpgtp pray tor.. a house or those livincr there hat under som'o nthclloratlon. in unless,, ..the. .occupants re the welfare of the city, has death occurred to any burial. Stevenson would have embraced this . fused to .give a complete list been guarded with a cool, cal removal or transit permit cold, reprepentatjv.e , of, ,bl3 countrj-'s,greatness, but the chill restrained him. Y7,hic.h .was never .the case. culating eye. While very lit when the undertaker or per "Good morrilhg.- sir.'' A grunt. "Well, what do you want?" will be recalled that the tle funds have come in to the son acting as such, has pre .'M.wnatne. ii Stcvenscn.'yioni y's exchequer, it shows sented a complete (leablr cer known In Britain by my worksvB City CdfinC!!' appointed a speIn cial, committee to assist the that violations against city tificate and complied with the fact, I am a novelist. This Is-- Mr. Editor Climax:' - ' " ofthe I I I I I the next meeting of the Gen-e'ra- l Assembly. This b"ill"prc-vide- s for a tax levy of 'five cebts, haifof which is borneUy TEe countv"petition-in- g for the building of new roads and the remainder by the state. The committee appointed that will have the drafting of the bill and of- - its presentation to the legislature will consist of Senator Joseph Bosworth, Middlesboro; II. A. Sommers, Elizabethtown; Geo. L. Pickett, Shelbyville; W. E. Row, Lexington, and Senator G, T. Wyatt, of Logan county. The tax section of the good roads bill elicited much discussion, practically every one present engaging in the discussion. The bill, f passed at the next session of the legislature, will pro vide for a tax of five cents on he 100. assessable property. This tax will net a sum of be tween J50,UU0 and 475,000, with which the work of build ing good roads in Kentucky will be begun. Each county will be expected to boncUitsel-or a sum twice as large as the amount xf money will.be given .by the .state as the. county's pro' rata ..sjiare. must contain statistics: the following When Stevenson came-Into- . Apia he looked only half dressed lle always 'be 'W-hie- When-Iniying'-- a ahu'ry thaLit-.camains.-- l Chief Allman Fullmame and sex of the child. Date andplace of birth. FuTl name acTdress, color, age, birth plaee and occupation of father and mother. Number of children of this mother, and numbei of her living children. In case there was no physician or midwife in attendance, then the father and mother or landlord must make this return . The certificate of Death must contain the physicians statement as to time, place and cause of death, aud the duration of the fatal iUness. Also the personal statistics, which may be furnished by any person who is acquainted with the facts as follows: Name of deceased and place of death. Sex, race, color and conjugal relation of the deceased . Date of birth and age at death. Occupation and birth place of deceased. --of ,NameJuuL. birlhw-placfather and mother of deceasebeen d.- Suitable blanks-havall- - physicians, and furnished undertakers, or can be.secur. .eel from.. the local . registrars, cost. ...... . .To. relieve. sqrae qf thq .dif ficulty of undertakers in se- curing burial or removal permits when the local registrar lives in a rural or remotdis- trict, the State Registrar has issued the following rule1, which will relieve' to a great extent the friction encountered in the operation of the new e e vyij-hou- y you to a chance on thingjn our line to be sold at cost, not to quit business, but to continue with a new line. eoat.-Lver- sale W everything is sold onand AVjMIontinuntUl lose sTeep'arid'sfop eating in an effort to please customers. Bring me your . Aides, Fiirs;:TaliQW, and Wool. pay the highest prices Ring phone 363. KENTUCKY My ft 1 1 & ' 0 Wall Paper Stock .' - complete and I can furnish anything in this Paint of the highest quality. We please the most fastidious guarantee people Sm ::::::: 75c to $3 See """'Wv'L.LIiBDS Street ii ii I 0 i Richmond, Ky' for thelMptoristsjS We are offer a special Auto Glove at from it and you will buy. Have you seen the close.-croppe- I count, - It One Finger Mitts .s S'.:c".'jurnp, President D. T'.'D.-iTcTntyr- treasurer J. L. Knight, Secretary .mdTreasuro W Xake. uYoun Tobacco to ti .' J?.or. Tlic Sale Of LOOSE West 5ide South Broadway; Just Below Southern Depot Both Telephones" - IJOi - - i s- - -'- v . : imNQTON, It-- Best Lightand, Free Accommodation for "Men and Teams ) We hvd With is Mr' 'J. B:'5tallin;tKe Beist'Auctroneer on anv-Mark- et The. 'New "... . . A Manure .Ptilvrker'V ,; :MMZWt0X A Manure Distn B Without, a. Cog oiCIutch . x - -v Douglas, r cascs rheumatism aro Those supposed Breaqh.p fche'p.eace airloads or tile muscles duo to G9 to have been overlooked had cold or ilamp, ,or. chronic rheumatism, already been listed. Univer- - Violating locaroption law's 2r5 and rflguiro no interna) treatment whatity Precinct, listed by 'Mr Concealed deadly weapons..? ever! Apply Chamborlain.s Liniment gives re:lnd see. how quickly Yaltfer Broyles, a "Normal Disorderly conduct .' :.15 freely.Fwrfialftbyiockton fcitSon. lief.. studejnt, made an equally good Fornication . . .'.".'. . . . . .0 record. If there were 500 Gaming :.o ;L.:'& N- - TimcTsfclc k.. KY, names omitted why did not Disorderly house . South Hound. tue special committee una Malicious, cutting andwoundr No. 'ai. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives -- v:v.il ing them? The omissions were sind Departs 12:0o a. shootinr a.u-- No.' '71.- - 'Richmond to Stanford.' I)c- not made. I am willing for Malicious partsflttOa.- - mi' the' Climax or any one else to wounding No. 1. Versailles, to UcattyviUo Juuct. investigate mv work. I should Petit Larceny Arrives,a:30..a,.m. Departs 9:53 not object to the most Grand Larceny No. 'il. Cincinnati to Ivnoxvillc. Ar- ' ..2 thorough investigation on the House breaking rives 11:02 a. m. Departs 11:34 ai m of the Census Author Managing and controll- - . No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. part 3 Arrives and Dcpartst 1120 av m. ing bawdy house. t ities. If those, who have Judge Bihldri Talks." to Louisville via in- - bawdy house. .'.'7 N'o 27. KTdimdh-studied the situation careful Loitering 1:05 p. m. Jude James Benton, who ly as the Climax stated, are Refusing to obey orders of NoT 37Kowland. Departs ,. Versailles to BcattyvHIo June has. been holding a special b health othcer not satished witli tne resuic, rxivlapneparisiapun. vEerni of the FrankuriCircuit t lvtthim-1zrTrrNo. 0. Cincinnati & Maysvillo to Stan 0 ford. ArrivesK:2lSiKm. Departs court at Frankfort for several naaee investigation of the work per 7:23 p. m dy under appointmentby'Govformed by the Richmond Flourishing deadly weapon 2 r NorUiaBound Arrests made by, different No. 34: 4 Atlanta to Cincinnati, Arrives JVillson created much comEnumerators. Aud especial5ment in the ccurfc- last week ly do I .invite them to inspect officers. and Departs 4:10 a.m. :.'157 No, .10. Sranfotd to' Cincinnati ana when he announced that he Court ouseand City ilaU AllmafT? tietit m. believed in hanging-th;..31nyivi!lo. ,Arrivoa 0:20 !,! Precincts which were enum Powers .... every two weeks, and 0:25 u'. m, "j . Uop'arts jurors ...,ix..-.r.ierated by me. I challenge the potts ordered .'.,.27 No. SiieattyvHIq.Jutictnto crsauies. accordingly ' the finding;6f 250lin the hal Allman anoUVowera Arrives S:23 ar, m. Departs8:36 iSherut to summpnfinirLy si '. . .. No. 23.- XKl'uisvIllo. tq Ulchmon via I listed.more,,! challenge the Allman aad Potts . moimen 10 I'SWrt to the Otiimiu. AlfliUMu p. m. PdttsTitid,Po-v7eTfs.rrrrrr.Gi riding ofioO; even 50, yes Y5 No. 33. Kfcoxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar jeourtnthe -- following Mon-:d- aj fines I have collected from. 1,401t4 rives 1;50 P- m. Doparts 2:00p. m. In Judge Benton's 3'es, tenyesany at all. bondiiy. . v.. 'cir RiAfnrilTn'Tt5ehro6ndr,'ArriVcs' and Replevin JchargreytQ .the Grand Jury Yours-o-r fair play, New Reblevini bonds, not --RuyvHlo . Tnrcrtr several days ago, he . TJins. C. Adams. TriviOUBiported-rr.3n5-:00im. ucp.iriso.ioiJ.rn called their attention especi- i irrives u j Ulu ivepieviu. uuuua icpui - No. 32. Jacksonville to Oincinnau. When given as soon as the oroupy numerators in order that ordinances have been few and law aud Rules and ReguIa: ar between. The report fo- l- tions of the State Board of there might not be any Health. Such permits shall As I remember, ows: constitute authority Jor.buH Messrs. Coleman Neff, J. T. Berrv and David Miller were Total number of arrests for al or removal. shall The those selected. At the close vear January zb, i'eo. iu, the committee submitted a March 26 April 25, May "31- sign his name with the refix ist of perhaps a dozen names June 45, July 50, August. 2 "ner" under the name of the thought to have been omitted Sept. IS, Oct. 19, Nov.19, local registrar for whom he is acting, and shall forward personally investigated the Dec. 18,. at once the death certificate alleged omissions and made Totalfpr j'ear 294. to that local registrar, who comparison from regular Cen Charge as fol lows' will be paid the fee as provid 98 sus lists. Not one omission Drunkeuess was in my precincts nor anv Drunkeness and Disorderly d by law. in Francis, enumerated by J. Doyou know tlt- fully nine out of conduct 7. v. . . .41 om-missiom sub-registrar - ' "Well, what do you want''" .Nq friondly 4mndwas stretehetl out to greet us. We noted n face as hard as stone, as unconiprorajsing and as, unsympathetic as a brick wall. Stevenson 3tocd there as one petrified; I was quite appalled. My friend had not counted on such a start. There was uo s.eain "or crevice Hi' wlilc1!! he'mlght momentarily locatc'Id reconnoiter bc. fore ho should .ttacH again, The. con sul's brow was sad to look upon. lie, uau noi even n:sfu ciyiiij iu uc.u us. "We have come, sir, to'jiay oiirre1-spects." latest thing in Auto gloves. Remember that we do any- thing .that is needed for a disabled automobile do in the right way w jind we y ii 1 Richmond .s Mntorl Incorporafetl Plumbing Co. .; - M. Sandlin. w ml'Mid-nigKl'- .' it . d sire to see me I will listen to jrqu jmj week davs and in ray flftlce at the prop vvaicn er tlme Good morning- Stevenson quite lost tbfl poweror t!fasrcciaity to whioli wo give special speecli. and looked appcalingly at me. attention. No matter liow.miwh or how 1 cannot remember exactly wUar 1 little the watch is dofuoUvc er.damaged... nald, but 1 kQow that 1 endeavorto we tako particular pride in doig th depict to the consul the worth and hon work so the timepiece will bo a good as esty of my companion. or better than it when new. We do In return came this: "I don't care-- jewelry repairing awl remmtelhiff ! lUe who rou' nreclther of, you! lf.,you way. UL IU. (,uuauw.p sama UaVD ally IllISAUUas nt the propertlme" cdrae and state It Without more tlian a profouno; uow, Test us wilh some- piece youStevenson turnetl and madcWs way 1' cannotriOWUSc out Into the road again. 1 having preceded him. "By heavens, Moors, you were right! What a beast! What a d well. I"suppose he has "a right 4 to choose his own Sunday morning company. I had thought that I was MAIN STKEET )nc of the foremost wen of lettenrofUhu day-h- ut this fellow differs. WhajL-- tyltfuatlonjpr nmajj.otjpy supposed L jniinenco to find himself in! reopleT will differ in their opinions, won't they?"' Arid be burst out Into a merry laugh. '- "If you have any business and de Kepainng ' If,.J. YEAGER , "' -'- tired women, we recommend. Car-Woman's medTcme. It acts specin-- 1 dui. CarduTis i (For iicrvous, Nervous Womennil. r ! effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get (Dardui atonce and give it a fair triaL - i. -- i. 2 a-- to CARDUI It Will Help You Mrs. W. W. Gardner, of Paducah, Ky., trid think Cardui is iust grand, 1 mto oeen asu. n feellike I am 48 years old and snner a difeiwt woman, mbcs x liwu uwwr 1 usea to taking now the jaj8 ar aleeploiitf,-U- t and Canlni aad wtHm : -- - -- 1 - j:-ip- . - u- foaSk aiafs ClfambertaThrs (fcugVtetTlas'tryea1' i M 'l 149.00. ff I f r it s Mmw.mmm ' i tr ! i I i i ;ncl !' i street rr 1 and prevent all dang er aau o&me pi s!nxty. 3?hMaiMl J BMrthw u James Hi Allman Chlal! of PoUd. . i l)ailv trains. No'71, Uily lxept SawUy. 1 3, , iu, , 70, ate. ! JrlT9 "TV" 7, tt I I H i '1i 4 Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Cloaks Great Loom End SATURDAY Morning at 8 O'clock This Great Sale Starts with every price forced to the lowest notch Shoppers living many miles away will find Busy Bee refill laSn CtAKA Gloves,Hosiery, Underwear For months we have been gathering from the factories and mills of the Jan. 14 Loom End 5ale a paying venture Lengths, Discontinued Lines, Slightly 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 East their Remnants, Odd Lots, Short 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 Look through our store at the thousands of Red Tag Prices. Read them all Come to the Greatest Sale Ever Launched in Madison County Send us the names and addresses of all your friends and neighbors and we will notify them of this Great Bargain Event 13 Days of Unpredented Bargain Remember the Date Giving Only One Handler Between The Mills and Our Customers And that is the "Big Store" that controls the LoorrfEnd Sales in this city. Attend this sale and save the profitsthe jobbers, the commission merchants and the brokers all saved for you. We buy hundreds of dollars worth of Loom Ends of the finest fabrics in America for this sale. We also offer all of regular goods at Loom End prices. You will find a tremenduous stock in all the departments, but no regular prices during this sale as 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 64 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 00c per yard. Loom End Sale price 00 Loom End Bargains 8,000 yards fine French Ginghams, all new spring styles just received, worth 12 2 cents per yard. Full bolts if you want them. Sale price 200 full size bleach Sheets, seam center, extra good value. Regular prico Goc each. Loom End Salo prico. . . 300 bleach Pillow Cases, full size. Regular 20 cent sellers. Loom End price 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 prico 1-1-- 2 9c 42c 39c yards extra line Mercerized Table Damask, Napkins to match if desired. This Damask is "2 inches wide and a regular 85c per yard seller, Loom End Sale price 350 10c 48c One lot Linen Crash, our regular 10c per yard value, in lengths from 2 to 4 yards. Loom End Sale price 6 1 l-- 7 o 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. regular 25c seller. Spuc'al Loom End price 8c 17c Our 48 extra good full size White Bed Spreads, either plain or fringed, also cut corners. Regular price $1.50 Loom End Sale price 400 yards extra fine India Linen, a special purchaso for this sale. Regular 10 cent value. Sale price 98o 6o LQCJiGS' Iff iBfcffBSl Wm. MBt You have seen crowded in our store the right kind of merchan- se intersPerced with plenty of bargains keeps our store crowded yards. yards Good Outing Cloth, in lengths from 2 to 10 Regular price ; 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-- 2 Crowds of smiling customers speak volumns for this store 500 pairs Men's Black Hose in good quality, regular 10c valuo 60 sale price Suits 500 pairs Men's fine gauze Black Half Hose, they are manufacturers s econds. slightly imperfect, regular pri:e if perfect 25c Loom End Sale price 10c and Coats IX you have waited to buy you Coat or your children's Cloaks or your Tailor-mad- e Suit you can now reap the harvest. We have decided to sell all our Suits and Coats during this sale at c. 5c One lot Men's Black Half Hose, extra heavy, Mill End 2nds, if perfect they would be regular 25c values. Sale price 10? 60 dozens Men's 8c blue mixtures. Extra Heavy Wcrk Soxs in gray, brown and A regular 10c value. Loom End price 6c 500 pairs Men's Mercerized Half Hose in hoautifnl colors, regular price up to 35c per pair. Special for this sale 16o Petticoats Kimonas 100 Ladies' Black Mercerized Underskirts, a bargain in a way for 85c. Our Loom End Sale prico 49c 100 Ladies' and in many cases less than half price to close out the cntir lqt. We 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 Ladies' Suits, about 18 in the lot, all good colors and black, worth up to 125.00 each: your choice for this sale One lot Misses Skirts in very desirable colors at bargain prices. f3 to $3.50; yonr choice during this sale One lot Children's Bear Skin Coats in all colois, sizes up to 6 ypars, regular f2 to $2.50 values rf Our sale price 4 Half Price ruffles, regular Extra Fine Black Underskirts, plain anu embroidered $1.25 values. Our Loom End prico 75 Cents Each Some of the biggest reduction have been mado in the Shoe partment. All king's of de- $5.00 $1.48 100 Ladies' Blr.ck Heathorbloom Underskirts $1.75 each. Our Loom End Sale price 200 wcrth-u- p to 9So de- 0 A pleasure awaits you you know the place. Remember the Date Overshces and Ribbcrs have been reduced for this sale, even our celebrated Queen Quality Shoes for ladies and the Wm. Kneeland fine Shoes for men. They aL go in this sale at Loom End prices. Don't fail to see the prices on the cheap racks filled with Shoes. Seo the Red Tickets for prices hoes extra good, long Outing Cloth Kimonas, in beautiful signs, worth up to $1.50. Sale price 130 very pretty short Kimonas, worth up to 75c each. choice for 75 very pretty Flannelette Wrappers $1.50 values, prico during the saio 89c 39c 89o Your for ladies. Regular We have already received our new line of American Lady Corsets for spring. We did not intend to cut prices on these Corsets during this salo, but as every other article in the Big Store has been reduced we could not leavo these out and so a 30 per cent, reduction will bo 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. . . . 8c 500 pairs Misses Fine Black Ribbed Hose, manufacturers seconds, slightly Imperfect. A regular 25c stocking, in sizes from 6 to 9. Loom End price lOc 200 pairs Ladles' Black Hose, white sole, fine gauze, regular 20c value. Loom End price ioj 600 pairs Ladies! fine gauze Lislo Thread Black Hose, manufacturers seconds, our regular 25c, stocking. Sale price 16o Room Size Rugs Small, Medium Size Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Lace Curtains and 0:11 Cloths all go in this Great Clearance Safe at Loom End prices. Help us clean up. Buy your Carpets and Rugs now and make a big Corsets. One lot of Thompson's Glovo Fitting Corsets, in good style, worth up to $2.50 each. Special price to you for this salo Look for the Red Price Tickets They Mean Bargains saving, "Help Us to Help You" X St Richmond, Ky , rp ps fs IN f fvjr$vw w js f 7v i. jgjj jjjK 'Ml -- j f 1 'i !, "y2jR . . . RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18. 191 Ya l he Ktght Way to get good - 1 NUMBER - 32 -- WALL PAPER L. K.. Blanto tl -- work is o buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger hm w """" ' " in - - ..... - ..I I -i jDf-iy- v Miss Lloyd Gives Out Interview Concern ing the Situation of the Burley Tobacco Society AT! i t- - barrassiog surplus on hand. Tt is impossible to force upon Chief Daugherty Makes Report of the Fires For the Year in Richmond. Sole Agent For A. E. Smith's KANAWHA SALT telephone as The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man N.V.WHITE showing of Late Summer Fabrics are now f III inglour shelves, also a complete School Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties, and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed- .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to ive our customers - Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main Street, below First RICHMOND has made the following miss Alice j ovcl W in is report for the 3rear 1910 of well and favorably known in , . v 41.:.. the fires during that period of iuis uioy wnere sue was Jt'res- time and the losses. The folideut of Madison Institute for lowing report is by months: sometime, has given out the following in regard to the January: 27th, house on Burley Toba ;eo Socioty's Hill St., loss 8.00, cause, lamp next move following ihe or 1911 crop. explosion. ganization of the Independent "My opinion is that as soon March: 12th, Wells estate Growers Association, effect as the Burley Society is satis- - Main St., unknown 8.00; 25th ed in Lexington several days fled that the independents are defective flue, Maple st., loss ago. Miss Llovd is the behind this movement in suf 10.00; 30th, defective flue spokesman for Presiden 1, s ficient numbers to insure its First st., loss 300.; 3.1st, de- after reaching there. During February, May, success, the Burley Tobacco fective flue First St., loss 50. and said: Society is not only willing but April: 1th, grocery Main July and September not a fire "There has been no meet and not a false alarm ing of the Executive Commit- anxious to St., unknown cause loss 1,000 occurred remarkable thing another tee or the District Board In response to the question June: 1st, East Main st., about the year. since the new movement was "What steps, if any, will the defective flue, loss 25.00; 18th inaugurated. I could not, Burley Society now take in Bee St., gasoline explosion, Comforting Words therefore, express an oflicial regard to pooling or cutting loss 10.00; 22nd, Main St., opinion for the Burley Tobac out either the 1911 or 1912 gasoline explosion, loss 300.00 co Society. I have, however. crops?" Miss Lloyd then 28th, Fifth St., lamp explo- Many a Richmond Household Will Find Them 5o. talked with a great man' made the following verbal sion, loss 25.00. members from the different statement: August: 30th, defective Tu have the pains and aches of a bad counties and. have found this "No action of any sort has flue, Orange street, loss 10.00 back romoved; to bo entirely frco froni annoying, dangorous urinary disorders opinion as a result of those been taken by the Burley SoOctober: 27th, Irvine St., is enough to mako any kidney bulfcrcr conversations: ciety in regard to either of grocery, unknown cause, loss grateful. To tell how this great change "The old pool people be these questions, pooling or 2.00; 23rd, Water street, de can be brought about will provo comforting words to hundreds of Kichmond lieve in the pool principal. cutting out, as there has been fective flue, loss 300.00; 25th, The only thing that has stood no meeting of the governincr Main St., turpentine explo readers. ElbridgoG. Evans, Depot St., Kich- in the way of the entire suc body of the society. "From It would sion, no loss; 31st, Water St., olasvillc, Ky., says: Kidney my exper cess of the pooling movement therefore be impossible for 10.00. iencc with Doan's Pills I can say that they are an excellent rcmedy was the lack of the society to have consider November: 9th, Laurel st. and one that livos up to the claims of the independents. The old ed these or any other quesdefective flue, no loss: 23rd, mado for it. I suffered from kidney poolers therefore welcome tions, as it has not been in troublo for some time. My back ached this evidence; that the inde- session for the consideration Bee st., cause unknown, loss and I had a soreness across my kidnevs get arounl. it hard for pendents are becoming con- of business since the new 10.00; 29th, Main st., defec- that made a great dealme totroublo from I also had of tive flue, loss 300. verted to the principle of co- movement was started." my bladder, the kidney secretions boing December: 4th East Main, too frequent in passage at times while operation. Whenever the inwas complete retention-Doan'dependents demonstrate in Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir defective flue, loss 200.; 21st, at others there Pills awcro finally brouga Kidney Lancaster Ave., defective flue to my attention and I began their use. sufficient members that they Dressing Parlor. loss 25.00; 23rd, grocery, Sec- They helped mo from tho first and I willing to join a are Como in and havo your hair dressed ond st., fireworks explosion, was cured." movement, the Burle' in the newest style, braids and puffs For sale by all dealers. Piica fiO Tobacco Society stands ready mado to order. Braids restored to loss 2,000. n cents. Co.. Buffalo. natural color. Highest prices paid for to with them. New York, In addition to the above States. sole agents for tho United Two doors abovo Stockton's "Ever' where manufactur- combings. on Main street. Oflico phone runs the company has an- Itrmember the name Doan's and drug store, ers affirm that there is an era- - 515, residence 202. dur take no other. C Mo swered ten false alarms i i ,-- . any individual or corporation more of any commodity than thatpersonor corporation can use. Therefore, the only practical means of maintaining paj'ing prices for that commodity, is to maintain a balance and demand and, in order to reduce the surplus and to give time for its cousump-tio- n before another crop is raised, is to cut out the Fire Chief Ben jamin Daugh-ert- y ing the year. With this report it can be seen that Richmond has suffered less with fires than perhaps any other town her size in the countrj. The record for 1910 shows only nineteen fires with a total loss of but 4.550, a most remarkable showing and should force the insurance rate in this city to take a big drop. The Richmond lire department, under the direction of Chief Daugh-erthas done valiant work during the year and prevented thousands of dollars losses by getting to the scene of fire quickly and by effective work y i nil The Wrong Way is to buy a olc lot of for you. stock and get anybody to hang it Phone WALL PAPER : I 4 H t t c Le-bu- . An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. ." OSTER I Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor Windsor ' . . . $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A .... . $16.00 22.50 aaci HAM & LACKEY Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 AV.S. O. Undertaking a Specialty Rin 193 For Sale. 229 R.O. L. s Foster-Milbnr- Handsome two story residence on corner of Fourth ami Woodland avenues. "Had dyspepsia or indication for ltaiklHi: aer, with all modern conNover can toll when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or years. No appetite, ami what I did veniences ami out buildings. For furl'.urdock ther particulars call on Dr. Thomas eat distressed mo terribly, scald. Do prepared. Mrs. Henry Lam mors. Electic Oil instantly relieves tho pain-qui- ckly Blood Birters cured me." J. II. Walf ker, Sunbury, Ohio. cures the wound. Woodland Ave. Second hand phaeton cbmp. Apply And havo your laundry called for. J. E. Gott, Kkhmend. Ky. dll-t- f Good work and prompt delivery guaranteed. Office W. Main street, opposito For 5ale. Glyndon Hotel. Nice residence on corner Fifth ami Strothor Gott Agt., Xerth streets. Apply Tho Winchester Laundry. D. 31. STEVEXSOX tf. Constipation is the causo of many ailments and disorders that make life miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stociach and Liver Tablets, keep your bcwels rogutar and you will avoid these dis oases. For sale by Stockton &. Sou. For Rent 41 4 4 vityl n n n Vi m &h r m &jf&j ohm rr r The if If ii tlin Store tt tt tt tt I 4$. December 31st, J9J0, closed the most successful year in the history of the Hustling Cash Store, We solicit a continuance of your for which we are profoundly grateful to our friends and customers. and will adopt the same slogan, "Quality Counts' "We wish for each and patronage during J 9 and everyone of you the best of all things that life, health, effort and accomplishment can offers I fa STOCK RE:ducing PRIC 1 B W J During the Entire Month of January V;v:tJi.: Ladies' and Child rens Coats and Suits, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats at Prices Far Below Their Yaiiis All heavy merchandise will be offered at low prices. money A chance for you to save tt tt ,.M4 If Corner First & Main tlfiers tt iff s Richmond, Kentucky tt EE QUICK Great . J. 1V Stewart, of Elizabcthtown, in a most pleasing manner. Mendels is the gu?st of her parents Mr. and 'Mrs. sohn was tho subject and tho followingprogram given: C. L. Set ray. at Waco. f our hands Mr. ani Mrs. V. IUcji aro happy ovor Overture Night's dream. the arrival of a son, who arrived early Mrs. Mid-summ- er - Court House Robber Catarrh .Monday for a place in tho family circle. Money-Savin- g The Annual -- 1 Bargain Jemnmnt Sale ' f Has begun at McKee's and will continue the rest of this month OWEN McK EE Lexington Monday eveninp. Sirs, llessie G. Muir, of Xicholasvillc, is visiliiig Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gordon. rattKflfS EHt WSSHMT ET Mrs. Joseph CUonault is spending a few days in Lexington with lior mother, THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Mrs. K. F. Spears. (Incorporated.) Mrs. Hanley Xippert, of Cincinnati and little daughter, arc the guests of IV. and Mgr. lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes. A. I MilW Sn'v-Tn- k W. u. Whiw Miss Tommy Cole Covington, who is Editor K. Yaufttt Sieve college, auettdtag Campboll-IIagorma- n speat Saturday and Sunday at her home Hht l here. a Mesdames S. II. Thorpe and T. T. wnh mhmn rmmm ittmc Cevten were in Winchester last week Ike guests of Rev. G. W. Shepherd and TEAR wife. PBR FMW HM Cel. Ambrose Wagers, of the CincinIS AVAOe nati Stock Yards, was here last week to mi atiewd tbe burial of his kinsman, Mr. wemrKsnAY jax. is - George Hume Duncan. Tie Richmond Climax. 1 The young man has not yet been named. Misses Eestcr Cov ingtoo and Elizabeth Searcy wero in Lexington Saturday to witness the "Arcadians" at tho opera houso and remained over until after Monday for "Madam o Sherry" Jessamine Xews: Dr. J. W. Penning ton, of Richmond, spent Sunday here with friends. Tho Doctor was on his way to DauvUla to attend tho wedding of a friend. Prof. R. E. Eubanks, editor of the Southern. School Journal and candidato for tho Democratic nomination for Stato Superintendent of Schools, was in the city Thursday. Ho is about the strong' est in tho tacc. Mr. Rotert Sallce and family have moved into tho dwelling on tho corner of Woodland avenue and Fourth street, recently vacated by Mr. Ed Blanton, who has moved into the houso vacated by Mrs. W;ggins on Main street. Dr. T. P. Gardner and Charles Miller. of Irvine, were in the city Friday and Saturday. Mr. Miller is tho hustling County Attorney of Estill and is mak ing quite n record as an official. Lexington Leader: Miss Laura Clay was toastmistress at the banquet given by the Col'.cgo Equal Suffrage Leaguo for Mrs. Francess Potter Saturday in Cincinnal i. During her stay there Miss Clay is the guest of Mrs. Harris Hancock at Mt. Auburn. Sho will return to Lexington to day. The Enquirer of Sunday says: The Lyric Quiir.ct, a new concert organiza tion, has recently established itself at tho College of Music, and is composed of a group of talented and well known singers. Its personnel includes Norma Hark, soprino; Alma Reck, contralto; J. A. Panther, tenor; Wm. Adams, bass, and Miss Edna Giunchigliani, pianist. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Cable, of New York, are with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, rc High street. The Cecil ian Club will meet with Mrs M. C. Kellogg, next Wednesday instead of Mrs. Ansil D. Miller. The Club members will bear this in mind. Mrs. J. J. Newport and children, of Harriman, Tenn., are guests of her brothers, Messrs. A. D., C. D. and Emmctt Miller. Mrs. Newport was formerly Miss Ollio Miller, of Irvine, and this is her first visit to Kentucky sinco she kft seventeen years ago. Mrs. George Frazier and children, of Wisemantovm, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilson, at Mob-erly. Mrs. Pickels, Miss Pickels Schubert Serenade Piano Miss Dudley Doty Tho Scotch Symphony Talk. Mrs. i What's Doing t In The Temple ; f i Public Sale Saturday, Jan. 28, old-mule-s; :GOT: Steals Energy and Will Pow er From Its Victims. w. U. wnuo. Piano Voice Piano Hunting Song Mrs. Halo Dean. The Yiolot Mrs. Elmer Tato Butterfly Lavallo Miss Harriet Parnsh Paper His Place in tho History of Musical Art Miss Hollcn Bennett Ruy Bias Piano Mrs. Ivollogg Current Events Mrs. Nealo Bennett. Mr. Garnett Million, son of Col. B. B. Million, left Sunday for Paden, Okla homa, whero ho will reside. Ho will bo on a big cattle ranch. Missos Mary and Cyrcna Dunn, of Danville, and Mrs. Hood Gordon, ot Lexington, are expected Monday for a visit to Mrs. Frank Robinson. Miss Cary Rice, was in Lexington this week and attended tho "Madame Sher ry" performance Miss Cccio Burrell Million has gone to Mexico, Mo., to enter the Conservatory of Music at that place Sho is a promis ing young musician. Miss Dovio White, who is attending Business College in Lexington, spent several days last week with her parent;. here. At tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, on Lancaster Avenue, Tuesday at high noon, Miss Mary Bates, their eldest daughter, was married to Mr. Warren Jackson, ol Greenville, Miss. Tho wedding was quiet home affair, only tho immediate family being present. Dr. Scanlon, pastor of the first Presbyterian church, officiated and the groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Harold Jackson. Im mediately following tho ceremony, re freshmcnts were served and after many well wishes for the future, the young couplo left on the 2 o'clock train for their Southern homo. cle in At. it's last meeting, the Fiscal Court received a proposition from tho estate of tho lato C. M. Hanna, the contractor who has been reconstructing' pikes in tho county, to sell to tho county his road, building outfit. This outfit consists of a new 15 h; p. traction engino, combined engine and r, r, water wagon and sprinkling cart, cook house, harrows and plows and other necessary tools for road building. This plant was offered to tho county at a very low price, considering the number and condition of the machines. After considering tho matter fully.tho court decided to buy tho machinery, es pecially when a report from tho County Treasury showed, (as result of strict economy, which has characterized tho administration of the public funds during the last year) that they had money onough in tho treasury to pay cash This purchaso puts Madison county in tho possession of all the machinery nec of turn essary for tho pike roads after the most modern meth ods, with the exception of a rock crush er. Tho court also employed an expert and machinist to oporato this machinery. Tho court will this year pursue tho tho same policy that was used last year in selcctin-- r the roads upon which this work.shall be done. As soon as it was known that tho county had bought .this machinery, and and was ready to proceed, tho citizens along tho Barnsmill and Taylor's Fork pike, into Round Hill, presented a subscription paper and executed a bond to tho county for $1,000 and asked tho county to reconstruct their road; this being tho first request, accompanied by tho cash, tho court agreed that as soon as tho Irvino piko was limslied, they would commenco work on tho Barnsmill and Taylors Fork Piko. The enterprise of the citizens on this piko is much to bo commended, and there will bo con siderable rivalry among tho residents along other pikes to get tho next work, after this is hnisheu. road-rolleroad-graderoad-build- Having suffered the loss of my entire stock of merchandise by fire several days ago, I have decided to offer at pub lic auction all of my personal property Catarrh robs its victim of energy, at my homo at Nowby, Ky., on somo physicians say of willpower. That may bo tho reason why thousands of ca tarrh sufforers haven't ambition enough Besining at 10 o'clock a. m. 1 pair 3- to accept his fair and square offer by old maro work mules; 1 year-ol- d B.'L. Middolton which ho makes with I pair any whys and wherefores or red mule: 3 out old mare mules (unbroken;) 1 tapo of any kind. horso mule; 1 weanling mule; guarantees HYOMEI to Ho says ho 1 brown horse, sired by to euro catarrh, acuto or chronic, or 1 old bay horso by Pea-vinmonoy back, and that offer is open to Bennett, fllly; 1 1 fino every reader of tho Climax. Black Squirrel; a purest Australian Eu black harness horso by Hyomei is tho No 1 black work horse; I good sorrel calyptus combined with Thymol and horso gentlo for women and children; other germ killing antiseptics. I'our a 1 span of matched sorrel horses few drops into tho small vest pocket 11 b r o k n. bclonirin!' to Fred into tho hyomei inhaler and breathe it Farris: 1 dry Jersey cow; a No. 1 milch lungs over tho inflamed membrano in cow, fresh in March; a No. I cow and festcd with catarrh germs. thorobred; 1 nico red heifer; 2 weanIt is pleasant to use it kills the calf calves; 47 head of stock hogs, averling soro membrano, and germs, soothes tho ago about L10 pounds. Also farming cures catarrh; if it doosn't your money implements, including 2 two horso back. wagons; a No. 1 two horso spring wagons A bottle of Hyomei costs 50 cents at sticks; 100 barrols of corn B. L. Mid- - 10,000 tobacco druggists every whero and at to bo sold in 10 bbl. lots. delton's. A complete outfit, which in TERMS This salo will bo made on a eludes a bottle of Hyomei and a hard credit until January 1, 1912. tho purrubber inhaler and simplo instructions chaser being required to execute note of for use costs $1.00. nor cent, in- irnoil security, bearinff C u 0 torcst rom date Very Good Here. J. S. STAPP. 2t Danville and Stanford aro at war with Co., and Big Lot. tho East Tenncssco Telephono 0 will fight tho octopus to tho last ditch At tho Madison warehouse over lbs were sold Monday, ono of tho for supremacy. Richmond has had but littlo troublo with this trust, but tho best sales reported from this place this season, and tobacco is arriving daily in neonlo of Madison will not stand for largo quantities. Prices aro on tho gouging methods. Tho Board of Super jump, and many averages from 10 to 15 visors will mako a good move if they cents aro reported by the managers. will look into tho figures carofully Good Prices. which represent tho assessment cf this At tho Richmond tobacco warehouse company in Madison. tho crop of Cornolison & Ferguson averaged $13.50 per cwt, Tho highest basNo. 1730 ket sold for $17.00. Tho crops of & Reid avorased $13.75 and best Report of the Condition basket brought $17.00. Prices aro growing better each day and tho crops of the aro coming in fast. o; 150-00Cor-nclis- To to move them. ove Will Everything out by February 1st. Have to Sell Goods at Your Price We have a large stock of Splendid Winter Suits, some worth $20.00, many worth $25.00 and $30.00 Any of Them CgIA Aft Best Coats $7.50 no matter how high they were. A choice line of Rain Coats, Waists, Sweaters, Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Petticoats, Umbrellas. No matter what they sold at, the will surprise you Now : s : PllJwV and you will buy. A lot of Child's and other garCoats, Ladies ments from last season at nearly GIVEL AWAY PRICELS. We have no choice in the matter. L HAVE TO 5LLL THL5L GOODS and 5E1.L 'EM QUICK. Don't miss this chance buy for now and for the future. "Never Again" will ou have such a chance light-weig- nt L-oa- Move Out Price ts Madison National Bank at Kiclmiond, Ivy., at the close of business, Jan. 7, 1911. were in the city bast wcok the guests of married at tho home of Rev. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rybec. They took tho on Lancaster avenue, last Thursday, tho from tram here for Florida to spend the win-te- r. 12th. Tho bride is the daughter of Mr. Mr. CtatMCpy fekat hw John Tudor, and for many years made Mt Ml. JaekeMt, 1h4. jr K grandmother, Mrs. Dr. PeMMftgten attended the wedding her home with ncr Ncv,-by- . Xmm( k vfcitiag r jwc-m- n Mrs. Mm Tho bride Mary A. Million, at , Mer- of Yowoll, of Lincoln county Mr. Mrf JUs. Steve Matte-is an estimable young lady being a Httd Miss Bertha Taylor, which was cer MM'. friends kst Monday at tho homo of tho general favorito among host of resides. Mr. Wrttfe Twy"" - itfiigfa et in tho section where sho br4e in Danville. critically ill fe UhikmIj- eawftno t Tho groom, who is the son of Mrs. Winchester Democrat: Dr. John George Million, is a prosperous young Iter mm. X. B. Turpi have i;ewden whs called to Cincinnati, Fri- farmer, wiih sterling qualities and his Brf J fcr Um; re- day, on account of the illness of his legion of friends aro congratulating him pmt-- to Xew SwynM, brother, Tom Saowdcn. winter. upon tho lady of his choice. The minder of the and nefibew Mr. Itar-l- i Mrs. R. J. White The many friends of Mr. Phil Moync-ha- n Climax joins in with many friends in ex will be glad to see him out again, tending congratulations and good wishes r Keatoo. left Tucwlay for Cwilon. after being confined to his homo several for a happy and prosperous life. hi. to vikit Mr. B. C. Dawson. Miss Julia Moran White entertained Several theatre po?r wJmesMHl the days the result of being kicked by a the Cccilian Club Wednesday afternoon rlunaance of JUduna Sherry" ai fractous horse. PERSONALS Mr. ad Mrs. John Donaldson, Miss Mary Tudor and Mr. McCrcary of Ford Million, of this county, were quiotly wi( s Covington & Thorpe will sell 3ny arti 1909 ac On a settlement their storo during next 10 days at counts, final Fiscal Courtof tho that they found tho discount of 10 per cent, for cash. wore able and did pay, 51(15.-Jinterest on old notes and S7485.C3 of principal of The mere announcement that next said notes. Monday evening "Tho Wolf" will bo Tho present Fiscal Court has not bor presented at the Grand Opera House rowed any money, and, by an economiwin undoubtedly servo to attract an cal administration of tho county's af s ob fairs, has been ablo to settlo audience that will fill the houso to over ligations in cash, Theso old all it will notes flowing "Tho Wolf comes with tho bo paid off as soon as possible; a considhearty endorsement of tho critics of erable sum of money will soon bo avail New York and Chicago whero it en able lor that purpose. joyed long and prosperous runs, and will Thoro has been several moro thousand bo rendered here with a wonderfully collected this year for taxes than strong cast and elaborate stage settings, dollarswas last at tins time ot tno year. there in every detail which AbountSS.OOO is all remaining unpaid precisely tho same led to its success in the two great metro on tho tax books and tins is slowly com ing in. Some of this is good and somo politan cities. collected, but mighty lit The piece tells a story of life of the will never boMcCord is making a won tic. Sheriff Bay country, and introduces dcrful record in collecting tho public Hudson types of characters that any one familiar money. with that section will readily recognize Now is tho time to purchaso your Scats will bo placed on sale next Fri- groceries. Covington & Thorpe will day morning at Wines Drug storo price givo you a discount of ten per cent, for tf. cash. RESOURCES 4332, ,013 40 Loans and discounts D, Overdraftssecurcdnnd unsecured 100, ,K0 CO ,0(O 00 lT. S. ItoiidR to secure circulation . Bankinc house, furniture and 7 ,000 00 fixtures Due f rom National Banks (not re7 ,B03(H serve atrents) Due from State and private banks Do Not Fall to Attend At and SnvinirH Hanks Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items Wotes of other National banks and hankers. Trust Companies, .zr. mo no Hi Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents Lawful money reserve in bank viz y.T.ISS CO Specie 00 Lesal-tcndc- r notes Redemption fund with U. S.Trcas (3 per cent of circulation) Total.. -- ,1M B7 00 10 S' .132 00 .000 00 05 $37G,3S1 LIABILITIES $ll.0r)0 00 Capital Stock paid in 50.000 00 Surplus fund... ITniilvitlpfl nmtits. less exnenses 5.S70 50 and taxes paid National bank notes outstanding Ai.NJOOO U4 Due to other rvational banks I nflivitlunl denosits subiect to 3TW.07I ?.' check Reserved, for taxes 4.'Ii 37 $370,S1 0G Total... State of Kentucky II a County of Madison I. Robt. R. Uumam. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the Royal Arch. Lena Was Here. above statement is true to the best ol my knowledge and bcliel. Miss Lena Morrow Lewis, a strikingly Richmond Chapter No 10 R. A. M, Robt. R. Burnam, Cashier. Subfcribed and sworn to before me, this conferred the Royal Arch last Friday handsome young woman, representing 11th day of January. 1911. evening and were inspected in the work tho cr.uso of "Socialism" was in Rich J. W. Crooke. Notary Public. My Commission Expires Jan. 31, 1911 by Dr. Lapsley of Paris, who was depu- mond Friday evening and spoko at tho - Attest: tized by Grand Scribe Black, of courthouse on tho abovo subject. On Correct- WALLER BENNETT N. 11. DEATH KKAGK who was unablo to bo account of her hasty cntranco and quid, E. C. MILLION exit, sho failed to get a crowd. Directors - Mitchell Baker and Smith LexIngtonQ Ky Which Opened Monday, Jan uarv lotn CLEA $3.50 Hats now 3.00 Hats "now 9' ft Ladies' ?JB Shoes : $5.00 patent shoes now : 4.00 shoes now : 3.50 shoes now : : 3.00 shoes now : 2.50 shoes now : : 2.00 shoes now .50 kid shoes now 1 $3.79 : i m w mi Hats now 2.00 Hats now .00 Hats now 1 3 I : : : : : 3.29 2.79 2.49 .98 .79 .24 1 1 1 M. Crossett Patrician and Kripp K. Shoes, k for an Shoes for Ladi All All New Pa! 1SHEB 9 Mens' Shoes S7.50 1 Mens' Boots Water-proo- iM' ii irirn it - - ..... Shirts $1.50 Shirts now 1.00 Shirts now .50 Shirts now . S7 Tl $1.19 .79 39 f J SB $5.00 Shoes now 4.00 Shoes now 3.50 Shoes now 3.00 Shoes now 3.50 Shoes now 2.00 Shoes now J .50 Shoes $3.75 3,29 2.89 G.5Q Water-proo- f Water-proo- 5.00 f 4.00 Hartforda now 3.00 G?anrnd Black now Boots now Boots now Boots now iiidreirs bfioes $2 JO 1.79 1.59 -- 4.49 3.79 3.39 2A9 . .- - ; NECKWEAR .50 Nntekwear now .25 Neckwear now 79 19 $2.50 Shoes now 2.00 Shoes nov J. 75 Shoes now 1.50 Shoes now .25 Shoes now LOO Shoes now 4 2.49 2.09 1.79 Full Line at ILow o Suit Cases and Hand Sags Prices HOSE $1.00 .50 . .25 .15 .10 i ! 4 now J .24 Gaps $3.00 Caps now 1.25 Caps now 3 .00 Caps now $2.29 9S 79 Silk Hose now Silk Hose now Hose now Hose now Hose now .79 .39 1.24 1.04 .79 9 n j(f Q8 Coop I.I Wright's Health Underwear Holeproof Sox not included in this 5ale igagg Needle Underwear "Worth $1.00, now 50c ii Worth $1, now 79c JOHN 9 AQ X47 TVT A TTVT E HI RICHMOM), TON KY ece and Ribbed Underwear Worth 50c, now 39c i : . If Santa Clans Brings this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. l -- Big Unloading Sale JOur a Furniture You Want uuca y ii Come and Pick Out the Furniture for it is certainly here. Then ou can tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. We will reserve any f urni-tur- e chosen now till wanted No let up in Price Cutting and Value Giving money on Come let us save you BENNETT and Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, XOSE HfGG IN S UNDERTAKING Smrtk x J ( Suits, pcoats Cuban Club, JOc Cuban Star, 5c and THROAT C.r-as- Hid?- - Richmond, Ky Ninety cents cash will buy $1.00 worth or groccrijs at Covington & Thorpo for next 10 days. tf and Raincoats, lootees, Shoes, Extra Pants, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Etc s Best equipped warehouse for handling loose leaf in this section the Madison Rooms suitable for offices ovor Stock-- . warehouse. Plenty or help and no waits, - stlrug store. Apply at Stockton & tf 3t i 1 1 Knight Templar charm somowhero in Richmond. Reward if returned to Allan t - rr.ccs prevail. Thorc's a reason, tf Zaring 21 motto is "The highest price for ' McKee Again. Madison tobacco warehouse. a c-j--s r Owen McKoc's popular store is 01 1 I Lite, Accident and Health Insur again with an important announcement of a bargain sale all this month. This -c ? tn the very best old line Companie firm is one of the best known in this f, S Rroaddus, Agt. section. you have not sold yttur tobacco, tako the Madison Warohouso 'where the Lost. ir Extra Special Reduction On Suits in both Knee Pants and Long Pants Styles You'll find a One Price Store a safe place to trade Cash to One and All BOYS' tb For Rent A-- for To furnished front rooms C09. rent. ; 4t. ; 319 Third street. Phono Marsh Chosen. Prof. M. E. Marso of Borea College. was chosea Vice President of tho Kor- tuoky Athletic Associa tion at a meeting held in Lexington Saturday. Intcr-collegia- For Rent. I!-- , ;,v residence oa Broadway - ,c lc5. John R. Pates. 5tapp's 5ale. Stapp, who recently suffered Two pare bred Poland China boars, the loss of his store building at Xowby. yr: -- .! about 125 and 225 pounds. has decided to sell his personal propcrtj and spend .several months in Florida Eit-- j pud stock. Road his ad in another part of the paper. Roy C. White. 1 n :i Mr. S. wm&a WKm tXtm fea For Sale. J. Sm N tW- - KWlUtli Why is It Work Wanted. Hold Them. Don't give your order.' to si rangers 7 r" wanted ea farm by aWo bodied -i himself and daught- for calendars Mr. Merchant, or to out ol zzzKdh house for er Ci.ii do anything on a farm. Write town concerns, the Climax has an ele Ky.. gant supply and a large list of samples. r.r? car? R. R. Parks, Richmond, e can lease you and will have our It F D samples out within a few days. J. W. Lawson. Ii Have You Sold DEATHS. After a lingering illness covering a period of oight months, Thomas Dovore, son or Mr. William Devorc, passed away at tho Gibson Sanitarium at an early hour Thursday morning. Death came as arelicf to this young man.forhis suirerings had been what few young men could have withstood. In the hope of saving his life, an operation was per- -. formed a sho.it time ago, but his condition had becomo so weakened from mouths of suffering that he was unable to rally from this ordeal. He was in year and a populer boy his twenty-sixt- h with a wido circle of friends. At tho time he was stricken down last spring, ho was employed by tho L. & X., and had been with this road for several years. Although everything known to the medical scienco was done, ho never fully recovered, being practically an invalid all summer and fall. About fivo weeks ago ho began to decline, and it was feared by his family a.id friends that his weakened vitality was not sufficient to thwart tho hand of death. IIo waS born and reared in Richmond. Funeral services were conducted at the home of his father Saturday afternoon by Elder Barnes, of tho Christian church, followed by interment in the Richmond cemetery. An old and highly respected citizen of Madison has passed away after many years of useful life. Georgo Humo Looks Good Every Buyer on Local Tobacco Market is From North Carolina. Why is it that every buyer for a big tobacco concern, on tho local market, as well as tho other markets of this sec tion of lho stale, is from North Carolina? Mr. Leach, representing tho Pat-to- n Company, Mr. Smith, representing the Taylor Company, Mr. Glenn, representing the R. J. Reynolds Company, Mr. Thomas, representing tho American Tobacco Company, and Mr. Simpson, also with the American, aro all buyers on tho local markets, and all rcsido in the Pino Tar stato within fifty miles of each other. In addition to those who aro hore, there aro two buyers and ono auctioneer at tho threo Danville houses, all of whom aro from North Carolina. At Lexington, Manager Lee, of tho Grow crs house is from that stato and auction eer Shillings, who, it will bo remembered, was the opening crier of bids at the Madison warehouse, and who is the regular auctioneer for tho Shclburnc house in Lexington, is a Carolian, as is two of tho buyers for tho American people on tho Lexington breaks. Kentucky grows more more Burlcj than any other stato in the union, yet thoro is not a Ken tuck ian, nor a resident of tho Blucgrass, where tho bulk of the Kentucky tobacco is raised, who buys for.a singlo ono of the big manufactur ing concerns of this country. A representative for a big houso on the local breaks, when asked tho cause for tho above, .smiled and said thp only reason ho knew was that the highest ambition of a North Carolinian or Southern Virginian, was to bo an expert in tho tobacco business. IIo said they wore taught it from tho cradle. Presi dent Duko, of the American Tobacco Co., is from Durham, N. C. YOUR TOBACCO? Prices on All Grades Much tronger We are Ready to 5erve You lis Fine. crops of tobacco raised iivClav 11- .:astle ami Laurel, have been sold cd K.p local breaks and have brought J rnces These mountain counties o to realize that thoir land, it mJIed properly will bring wheat, and hemp, as well as corn and czn. co Startling. Farnuiryou can secure tho Breed er's Gazcttu and the leading paper of this section. The Climax, for the ridicu Mr. --.rral c-- lously low price of S1.90. Can you beat it? Hurry as this offer is limited b the publishers of both papers. Open Day BEST LIGHT iud Baker 8 ?-4, 3g BEST SERVICE 3-- Hasn't Come. The looked for and closely predicted blizzard ha:; failed to show up and instead the people believe that spring is about ready to break thru. Richmond and Madison county people have exper ienced elegant weather overhead the past week and not so bad under foot. Here are some of our recent sales: 9 15 14 10 5.10 15 20, 15 Edward Tudor- 14, 8 20, 15 Slvada Tudor 14, 8 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- Notice to Creditors. persons having claims against the of Clay S. Maupin. will present tr.tr.e, rropcrly verified as required by t to the undersigned on or before c ) 1 1911, or same will bo barred. TL.s January 18. 1911. J. R. Maupin, A.) Is-.Il-r1. 14, 14, 9 10, 4, 6 10, 4, G 1-- 1-- 14 3-- 4, - 1-- 2, 3-- 4, 2 1-- 2, 3-- 1-- 2 Walker Busy. Mr. J. B. Walkor is considering some fine propositi 3ns" that may require his j Administrator Mison Tobacco Warehouse Co, Incorporated Woods Writes. resort, has written a reply published stand of Gov Marshall The ex cd r"rrc rohlb ' ' .. v i ii 'i M.; '.'vie a king t".-- . c ie.ls the "Gov" a lew thing t".rm ::s eight to do in order to place the rrr.c of Indiana on the right track. Mr. Wcod s article appeared in the edition cf fr.e Indianapolis Star of the 9th inst. V .a Ex Mayor Clarence Woods, who is so-- r spring. He has decided to close out -- g at Mt. Jackson, Ind., whoro he , ;,ing the health giving waters of every garment he has. no matter what lie-may be the less. And ho has to get them attention avay from his store this L. & A. Depot Richmond, Ky ta U". out immediately. in this issue. See his advertisement Special Services Church With Growing Mrs, Pigg Meant tor Her Brolher-i- n Eighteen dollar suits and overcoats instead of should read reduced 110.75. " Continue at the Presbyterian Gets The Bullet That Was Interest The special services at tho First Pres byterian church, continue t grow in interest and masterful sermons of hvan- gclist Xcsbitt, havo been the means of bringin? out a crowded house at all services. Ono of tho most forcoful and telling discourses evor delivered in a local pulpit, was heard Saturday evening. when this gifted minister took for his subject, "iloll" and portrayed with wonderful thought and illustrations, the awful torment to bo experienced by souls throughout eternity, if wicked lives were lived. Tho speaker has a wonderfully clear voicoand his sermonsiabound combined in beautiful illustrations, with an easy How of tho choicest diction. In picturing eternity the speaker said "If a sparrow wero to ily across tho ocean and move tho European conti nent, a grain at a time, to this continent and repeat this performance over and over again, it would novcr cease working thru ctornliy." In addition to tha augmented cUoir of trained voices, a soloist of much abil ity, and possessing talent of tho first ordur, is Miss Harbeson, of Flemings-burwhoso sweet voice is heard in evorv service. This young woman is a singer, who puts her whole heart and soul into tho rendition of sacred songs with such force that moves her audi- nco in a visiblo manner. Hor voice is rich and puro and sho in terprets her songs in a way that sends a thrill through her hearers. It is grati fying to know that all tho churches of tho cttv are combinins to make this meeting a memorable ono and it is an excellent opportunity to hero so gitieu a sneaker as Dr. Xesbit. Services each afternoon at thrco and at seven in tho o voting. . Ct.ll on Covington & Thorpe for gro ceries. You will save iu cents on ovary tf dollar. g, Assignee Sale. Long Tom Chcnault conducted the ssignoe's sale of billiard tables, pool tables, tobacco and bar fixtures, which was held by Mike Peters lust Tuesdaj afternoon to close out tho property be longing to Frank Kennedy at tho stand on .11 am street aajoining uio jizuui livery stable. Everything sold well. Martin Gentry was tho chief purchaser. law. New Committee. T::c Committee elected each year by Ma;.son Lodge or Odd Fellows to look Main streot, has after their been sclec'el for 1911 and is as follows: Urn C. C. Wallace, G. W. T. Deather-a- e and T. S. Todd. John Stone and El Warford were chosen m represonta-t.vc- s to the big patherine in Louisville t':a latter part of this month when a Cass of 100 will be initiated at the Louisville armory. The work will be ca by the Merrick Lodge team of Lexington, said to be one of the best in the country. Lstray. January 5th from my place on Tay lors Fork at Crutchcr one white and On liver spotted female pointer pup seven months old, large to uge, small skinned place in front of right hip, leather col lar with ring. Liberal reward for any information leading to hor recovery. Notice F. C. Shrewsbcrry, Richmond, Ky. I will stand mv Silver Creek Red Boar K. D. No. 1. hog, at my home on Big Hill avenue at Phone C48 3 81.00. Monev due when service is ren Lucky Boy. dered. I have for sale some nice shoats Mr. Sherley West, the automobile ox- large enough for service. W. B. Turley Dert. is more than lucky. Last Wednes Big Hill Ave. dav evening h3 won two out of tho four tickets given away by Manager Baxter to tho holders of tho lucky numbers, for "Tho Squaw Man" performance. Mr. West only purchased two coupons, and both drew tic! ets. Ho was so overjoyed at his good iortuno ho could hardly speak for several minutes. John Sexton's Sale. In this issue of the Climax John Soxton the popular shoe man, begins a series ol advertisements for a big clearance sale. Thoro will bo many shoo bargaina in this sale, and you will bo disappointed if you fail to attend. New Store. Tho big merchandise store, belonging to J. S. Stapp, which was dostroyed by tiro sometime ago, at Newby, is phoenix like, to riso again from its ashes at once, Messrs. Baker and Bogie havo leased tho buildinir from Mr. Stapp and will conduct a lanro General merchandise store. Mr. Stapp will havo his under taking establishment there and tho post offico will also be in tho buildinp. The work began Monday. c o A free for all light, which took place about half Wallaceton and Bcrca, Monday noon, resulted in the death of Mrs. William Pigg. Tho light seems to have been between Trice Shclton on one side and Ocor; Murrol), Buck Murroll, Davo Bowlin and Mount Pigg on the other. A fusil- ado of shots wero hrcd. Tho parties named had been at outs for some time, and met on tno nigliway Jlonuay, near tho Pigg home. A bullet from Shclton's pistol hit Mrs. Pigg in tho brea-s- killing her instantly. IIo claims ll;py wero all shooting at him and wero between him and tho woman. Deputy Sheritr William Johnson, of Berea, was summoned and went to tho scono of the fight mid arrested all the participants and brought them hero and lodged them in jail. Wm. Pigg was re leased later and allowed to go home. It is said that Mount Pigtf and Trico Shclton beifan shootinjr at each other Follow tho crowds with their tobacco first and tho bullet which hit Mrs Pigg, and you will land at tho Madison ware was intended for her brother-in-latf house, near L. & A. depot. t year of his Duncan, in the eighty-fift- h iigc, diod at his homo at Bybcetowu last Tuesday after a lingering illness. A quiet, unostentatious citizen, ho was tho sole of honor and those who knew him best attest his worth in tho community whero ho lived. IIo was a native of Madison, and fow now living here, could go back as far into tho history of the county as he. Ono sister, Mrs. C. K Oldham, of Mt. Sterling, survives him besidos his vencrablo wife, thrco sons, Messrs. June, John and Hugh Duncan and ono daughter, Mrs. Wm. Terrell, .ill of .this, county. Ho has lived in tho samo houso all of his life, tho old Dim- can home, built by his father. Wm. DuDcan, which has been a notable spot for years in this county, for hospitality. To carry out his request, his remains were laid to rest in tho family buryin ground near his homo last Thursday, and ono of tho largest gatherings ever assembled in that section, paid a last respect to this good man; whom they had known in lifo as a modol citizen. among the to cut out tho 1911 crop and fall in line with tho other counties in Burley bolt in a great effort to cut down the supply and thus force the trust to pay living prices for the weed. Mr. Bradley Wilson, one of the leaders in the movement recently launched for tho abovo purpose, was in Richmond Saturday afternoon and addressed a mass meeting of tho growers at the court house. There wero several who wore not in favor of cutting out tho 1911 crop. but they were greatly in the minority. ilthough many of thoir points brought out in tho argument, wero well founded. Mr. A. J. Houso presided and Mr. ,1. II. Ormo acted as secretary. Pledge books wero distributed after the meeting and an attempt will bo mado within tho next few days to got a plcdgo from nearly every grower in lho county. signed. Tno following resolution wasunanimously adopted: "Wo tho Burley Tobacco Growers of Madison county in mass meeting assembled, convinced of the necessity of union in self defense, en lorso tha of action of the Barley Growers r.t Lexington January 5th and Cth and heartily join with our fellow growers to cut out thu crop of 1911 as tho best means of restoring a fair market price." delegjiUi-convention Growers in Madison for Cut you want find we'll cutoff the me;it require. It will be Out 5eem to Be in Maas nearly all meat, too, as we jority. can make it. That means litThero seems to be a general move tle or growers of Madison county 3-- Just Say How Much No Waste . antt a consequent savins which is a consideration to most people these days. We do our best to keep down the "High Cost of Living" Successor to Douglas & Culton WEST MAIN STREET 1 CULTON TELEPHONE 123 231 Back Taxes Why Hesitate? Must be Paid on Properties of An Offer That Involves No Risk for Those Who Berea College, says the Accept It. Court. - We are so positive our remedy In the County Court Monday after noon Juilgo ahaekMford hamletl down a completely relieve constipation, no matdecision, in a suit for back taxes, that Is ter how chronic it may be. that we offer a most important ono on account of the to furnish it free of all cost if it fails. Coastipation is caused by weakness t question involved. Auditor's agont J. T. Ferroll, thru his attorneys, Herrington Sz Greonleaf, filed suit against Berea Collogo to collect back taxes on properties now owned and controlled by that institution. In the petition il was claimed that Boone's tavern, a water works plant, light plant, slore, diary, etc, wore operated for rcvonue which was not used for col lege purposes and thoy wore therefore subject to taxatk n. A. R. Burnam & Son argued for the dofendant. After reviewing tho case Judgo Shackelford decided that a part of the hole and the go r oral merchandise store wore subject to taxation, but held that the other properties named were incident to the operation of the collego and not conducted for proflt, therefore thoy were not taxable. According to the decision about S22.O0O worth of property is liable for taxation. A. J. House, Ch'rm'n J. H. Orme, Sec. Out of thirty counties in the Burlcj belt, who hold mass meetings at the samo timo Saturday, all were in favor of tho proposed cut out except Wash ington, Boyle, Oldham and Trimble. Chas. K. Oldham, formcrlcy of Waco, this county, died at his homo in Rock castle county Monday morning, aged 53. Deceased had been in poor health for about two years and his demiso was not unexpected. His remains were interred yesterday in Flatwood burying ground. Bids For Pike Work. Kotico is hereby given that W. U. Shackelford. County Judge, as directed by tho Fiscal Court, will receive at his ollico up to and including February Gth, at 5 p. m., sealed written proposali for napped stone, slato anil crave! of approved quality and sizo to bo spread upon the various sections of turnpikes in Madison county, with sufficient din to hold same in place, for tho year 1911 Rids to bo made by tho red spread on pike at times and places to ba designat ed by Road Supervisor. Amount not to exceed appropriation hereafter to be made. Also ditching by the rod. Contracts to be made with successful bidders with approved security. Contracts to bo let to lowest anil best bid ders. The Court reserves tho right to roject any ami all Imhy Fifteen Federal prisoners woro libcr-itc-d Tuesday from tho local jail having served their time. They wero from Estill, Jackson and Pulaski counties, end were charged with violating internal "rovenuo law. the nerves and muscles of the largo ordesceading colon. 20 expect a cure you must thorefore jjia ami strongmen t nose organs anu restore niein to healthier activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our guarantee. The v aro eaten nko candy and are particularly ideal fer children. They act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowels. They have a neutral action oa tho other organs or glands. They do not purge or causo any inconvenience whatever. They will positively overcome chronic or habitual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments' Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes, 10 cents and 25c. Sokl only at our store H. L. Perry. Big Twist "Skinny" Williams of tho Madison Tobacco Warehouse force, is the prizo winner of this section, when it comes to making mammoth twists of the weed. His latest feat is a fivo pound beauty,, which Mr. Neville Moberly purchased, to sond to a rolativo at Hot Springs, Ark. An Old Confederate Gone, seventy tnree years of age, a member of tho famous Orphan llrizado during tho war botween the states died at his home in Louisville a few days ago. In 1SG1 ho and four other clerks in tho employ of J. T. S. Brown & Son enlisted in tho Confederate army. all joining what was aftorwards known as tho Orphan Brigade At the battle of Shiloh three of the five woro killed, tho remaining two. Mr. Owen and a Mr. Smith serving titrougn tno entire war Comrades from tho Confederate Soldiers Homo at Pewee Valloy, acted as hon orary pall bearers. John . Uivea Office Moved. Howard Appointed. The President has sent tho appoint- ' Great 5peech. i A One of tho chief nddresscs of the Farmer's week held at the Stato College next Monday Lexington, vtas delivered by J. n. journed last Monday until ..- mv ouwiu county, on "Cattle eea- - and in mo iiieiuiuuiu Bales, of this deputies arc busy summoning about five 5nr from tho Uandpoint of a Buyer." be- - 500 Wanted. iu J. L property owners to appear It was highly iwmmentcd on by all pres hundred fliinf. - If v ent and willbe reproduced in the Climax 1U1U fall to reau day, Wednesday and Thursday to show tho next issue. Don't assessment should not this address from ono who is recognized causo why their bo raised from tho original list. j.nere lho state. as the best posted in if all show 1 1 4.I.4U - Attorney Grant Lilly has moved hi Deputies Sant Bush and Wm. John ofilce to tho W. D. Oldham building on son, of Sheriff McChord's force, wont to Main street. Middlesboro Saturday, whero they met Tennesseo olUcors with Georgo Washing Move Quarters. a Berea lawyer, who jumped Tho Richmond Motor & Plumbing ton Settle, a bond in tho Mudison Circuit Court Co., has moved its garage from Irvine ago. ine oonu was street to the building at tho corner of B somo timo and thoso who were on it havo been Water streets. and making a big effort for tho past four months to locato Soltlo and bring him Buys Interest Gott Bros., of this city, havo purchased hero to answer a crious charge and tho commission business of W 1L Gott, also rcleaso them as sureties. Tho of of Lancaster. Mr J. D Gully has been ficers arrived Saturday with tho prisoner appointed manager of tho new firm, and lodged him in jail here, to await the Fobruary Grand Jury. which-doing a thriving business. Settle Caught. ment to the Senate of H. Clay Howard, of Paris, to be minister to Peru, to succeed Leslie Combs, resigned. Mr. Howard is a lawyer and served a term as Judge of Bourbon county and has been a member of the Republican State for several years. The influence of Senator Bradley is responsible for his appointment. Com-mittco a 3!" If Your Child Is Sick O'Neil's Report promises to bo lively times up Directors Chosen. At a meeting of tho Stockholders of tho diforent banks of tho city last Tuus dav there wero no changes in the makeup of the directorate of tho Maiii son 'National and tho Citizen's National. In tho Richmond National Messrs. Jonah Wagers and J. C. Oldham Vero added to tho list and in tho Stato Bank &Tru3t Co.r four new names appeur. They aro Harvoy Chenault, Marlon Coy, B. L. Banks and G. B. Turley, Jr. In recognition of his services as Telior, Mr. L. P. Evans was promoted to (ho position jof Assistant Cashier. Hcnls one of the youngest bankers in the state to lioklj such a position of trust lil .high "esteem in which hi held bf tb dfeewrt. iii i !i ii i; ii in Companies Consolidate. Tho Four States Coal and Coke Com pany, of Pittsburg, Pcnn.,' with the ac quirement of tho Brush Creek mines r.t Ida May, Ky., and the other coal prop erties of tho latter company in Bell county, Ky., completes tho consolidatloaof tho properties', in. the States of West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky and Pennsylvania, aggregating over 30,000 acres and a coal tonnage in sight of and has increased its over 500,OCO,-C0- 0 capital to $10,000,000. John n. Jones and David O. Jones, of Pittsburg, and H. B. Hanger, of Richmond, Ky., arft among tho principal officers of the co Judge olldated corporation. lata Chenault and oae or two jcrs are alto stockholders iu'Uie above eUwcnit c-- Docs Meet Tho regular meeting of tho Madison County Medical Society was held last Friday in the parlors of tho Elks Club and a vory good attendance was present. It was tha timo foe. tho election of odlcirs and tho following; wero chosen: President. Dr. Vardy Taylor. Waco: Vice "President, n. M. Bosler, Richmond; Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. M. Duun, Richmond. The members decided by a unanimous vote to appoint a staff for ihe Paf tie A. Clay Infirmarj'f and this will be announced at the next meeting, it not sooner. Papers that will bo read at the Beit meeting will be "Surgery," 1k Yaught; "Practice ol Medicine.' Dr. Sandlm and "Mv. Ear. 1foM vaad Utt ProfrM . Be sure that give it instant relief, and be sure that W1LL0UGHBY & SON 184 Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Straw and Shingles ASPBN AVEKUK. City Tax Cdlector O'Xeil made the Basket Ball. following report to tho council at tho Basket Ball has been organized at the meeting held last weelt: 'lar ana pen season and both the men alty for 1910 $33,2S1.09; .Due iyw, Normal for tho will have teams. Tho juue lwi. nn,i the ffirls 81,703.20; Duo; 1003, Si37.w; completed but and 3, 852.16; Inter- schedule has not yet been 865.51; Due lfK5-5"fees, $3.25; Mm following cames havo been arranged est S147.1C, County Clerk Kentucky Wesloyan, at WinAdvertising ahd commission on delin- Jan. 10th, chester: Jan. 21st, Lexington High i. sale of quents, $S2.C5 Penalty on Somer Stray cn, 842.25: Ap School at Richmond; Jan. 28th, S36.9 Rent on set High School at Somerset; February portionment vHrrants, S2S2.97, 11th Somerset llxm ocnooi at men A. F.Bybce house, 874,03, Miscellaneous 842,762.47. Biond. Tho game last Friday between SL742.C5. Tojal colluded, , Wnrraul and the Model teams re Thk amount is distributed at ollows to fund, sulted lathe defeat of the Normal by the different funds; General 4Vi winra 01 al vu p.1 x g7,t6L9GVSe4 ool fuad. J,e7.38; Sink- pUyinf of th Modl ltwte wm a -t delin-mipnti- Catholic Church. St. Mark's Catholic churcli Sunday "The Feast of thu Holy Namo of Jiisus," "a most important occasij this) church, was celebrated wiUi a strohir sermon by Bov. Father O'Dwyer anda special musical program. Tho Prlo'it, who is a fino spoaker, dealt chiefly with the sin of immorality, profanity andlthose who lean away from the virtuous life, and beseached his parishioners b live pure and undbfild lives the teachings of the lowly Naz-arii- e. they were whose Holy oowtBwaoratiiic on tbi occasion. y J At. ig the remedy you offer is pure "We recomand harmless. mend our cough syrup. Children like it, it is easy to take a od pleasan t. And wbfc is still more importariV," it relieves the child's .system of the accumukfJoas hichaki colds and cough possible cold and cough microbes ska- pry casft't stay around tk&'rercedr seta atthmu ftr ftur Ne indl!la, I' . Ii L. ' i thu Lto," Brr Pita. . ERRY MAIl ra ii i - II ! , ii II o wm jW hthi fcrd SHOES HAT ww nun iieiif unn There Prices Absolutely acrifaaecl regular prices are low, none undersell us, judge them as you read every item quoted here, what a money saving opportunity we are presenting has ieen sales and sales, but nothing like this one. This sale is straight from the shoulder Honest, Bona Fide, A Money Saver for you. FOR MEN Picnic-$20,- 000 Otir Doai't Miss This Bargain "We worth of Seasonable Merctian : to be Sacrificed 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 Our clothes speak for appreciate their value and sacrifice prices. Customers who have worn our COLLEGIAN Suits and Overcoats know their value. 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 Days 1 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 oifer - m M EN'S AND YOUNG ME N m 1 Lot No. Regular price 25.00, 30.00; choice now for 5?B an Men's Pants Fine selection, heavy all wool and Corduroy included. Young Men's Peg Top Lot No. 2 1 Ov Pants 5izes from 30 to 34 Regular $4 and $5 Pants, now $5 and $6 Pants now Lot No. 3 Lot No. 4 Regular price 8.00 and 10.00; choice now for 2750 and Regular price 18.00, 20.00 and 22.50; choice now for 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 $3 and $3.50 Pants for 2.50 $15.00 Special Bargains in We handle them in all the new plaits, also negligee in such brands as Cluett, Monarch, etc. 5o don't fail to get your share of them while $900 A Great Reduction in Cash to One and All Boys' Suits and Overcoats Lot No. Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 large assortment to select from. Knickerbocker Suits, Presto OverRegular price 54 and $5; choice Regular price $ 0 and $ 2; choice coats. Regular price $6, $7 and $8; now for choice now for now for 1 1 Glovei We have a large assortment of II. & P. Gloves which are well known to you. Both heavy leather and gauntlet and good warm lined, in all grades from 50c Men's and Boys' Underwear In all wool, such as Wright's Health, Der-b- y Ribbed. Now is the time to secure Underwear at a great saving. to 3.00. 1 All Greatly Reduced they last Also fine Dress and Driving Gloves included in this sale Munsing Union Wear for both men and boys, Greatly Sacrificed This Sale is for Gasli o Extra Special in Hats aud Caps Large stock to select from in strictly new shapes and shades from the following well known brands: John Stetson, Montague Gibson and Coleman ter at prices as follows B. 2-25; Ladies9 Shoes t and other good makes. Our The celebrated customers know the reputation of our Shoes. Now is your time to purchase footwear for the X'emainder of season. $3.50 and $4 grades now $3.10 Sil-Ki- d Heavy Duck Vamp Rubber Boots, tap sole $5.50 Boots now 4.50 Boots now 4.00 Boots now 3.00 Boots now Rubber Goods $4.25 3.75 3.50 2.75 A 3.00 grades now 2.50 grades now 2.00 grades now 2.35 1.95 1.G5 Misses and Childrens 5hoes makes all of the best go at greatly reduced prices Arties, 1 buckle; heavy Heavy cloth, 1 buckle; also light 5torm Rubbers for men, women and children, all reduced in price EH L none bet- $6.00 Patent Kid now 5.50 Duel Leather now The Boyd en Shoe Is the finest bench-mad- e shoe in the world $4.75 1.23 ail rubber goods reduced $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 .75; 2.00 cut to .25; 1 .50 to 95c Heavy Caps in" corduroy, leather, plush and heavy doth with warm fur inside drop 1 1 The Just Wright Shoe, The Williams 5hoe and The Reed 5hoes The are all good popular price, good quality, perfect fitting, which you can buy at a great saving during this Great Clearing Sale Men's and Boys' High Top Shoes in tan and black. Extra high top, medium high top, in regular heavy s shoes, all in qualit-- , at a great saving price first-clas- Sweaters of all Colors In all wool and cotton to be closed out Children's Russian Blouse Suits and Reefer Coats. choice now for at this Great Regular price $4, $5 and $0; Clearing Sale. Jersey Sweaters, such as the boys have been wanting; pure worsted in maroon, gray and navy all go in this sale Suits Cases and Traveling Heavy Flannel Shirts in this your Bags afine assortment to se- In all colors and sizes. "We are line. They vnust 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 have a fine selection of Neckwear in oil the new shades of silk and bow ties. "We four-in-hands NECKWEAR Phoenix Mufflers, Scarf Pins and Cuff Links all go in Great Sacrifice Sale Arrow Brand Collars, Silk Mufflers REMEMBER THE DATE JANUARY . 12 TO JANUARY 28 SSSI iiiis mhi iiu . j ii 7. i t CORNER SECOND o I ... Ul if KKNirUCK.lc ii uooas, Whites Nothing, Carpets try W D Oldham &Co LOOM 4 Blankets, Trunks Comforts, Notions I II! L r I iaturday, Jan'y. at 8 O'clock not bring: as luch as you thought you ought have, come to this sale and jend your money where "each ) Saturday Night Ends January 14 :i your tobacco did 2S A at 10 O'clock )llar will do double duty'' 13 Days re- 'his sale will offer the greatest alues ever before seen in Rfch- lond Bargain Feast that will long be membered by the people of Madison and adjoining counties oii't Miss It rou will see Something Doing Every Hour in the Day Don't come expecting to buy trash. If you do you will be disappointed as' nothing but the very best merchandise in every grade will be offered in this sale the most wonderful isp!ay of dependable merchandise such unheard of low prices that )u will be astounded io n't Forget the Dates A MIGHTY MOVEMENT IN MODERN MERCHANDISING we promise you a Loom End Remnants of the finest dress fabrics in endless varieties, weaves and patterns in full length for dresses will be offered i bargain-even- t you are sure to get all we promise you and more too. This time we are nob 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 u to expect. promised our friends and patrons 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 nearly 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 you an opportunity to iroi!s 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 ' jt'. as 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 as you did last year, that cotton, wool and leather is bound to bo cheaper. No such We don't carry goods over from Wo state to 3ou 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. and its a fact, of which we feel justly proud, that we offer our customers in this sale nothing but goods of the preseut 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 give us an opportunity to show you a clean cut saving on each and everv item you need. If you don't find the goods and prices just as we represent them we won't expect your patronage -- i over, be consistent, study jour own interests, j-o- ::;ro we 25 Men's Cassimere Suits. Regular $4 25 and 7.00 values. Loom End price 35 suits all wool and wool Worsted, worth up to 12.50 per suit. Special for this G.50 Every Tlringr Sold Fop CASH 7.G9 1 sale 75 suits representing a broken line of sizes probably only one or two suits of a kind in the lot. All of the very best make and style, worth up to 20.00. Special 10.50 for this sale 1,000 yards best quality Apron Gingham in lengths from 2$ to 10 yards. Regular Loom End price price 7 2 to 8 10-- 4 500 yards Pepperell unbleached Sheeting in lengths from 2 to 10 yards. Regular price 26c yard. Loom End price 500 j'ards Everett Cheviots, for men's shirts, b03's' waists, ladies' skirts, etc., in solid colors, fancy stripes and checks. Reg1-l-3- c. mm? 19c Sc m1 . hi $4 ular price 12 l-2- c. Loom End price Schloss Bros. & Co. Fine Clothing SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Fine Cloriita MLtr Bshisnre and New Yoric hen's Clothing Bargains Uer how 1:0 pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, ih all sizes to fit large or how small, absolutely all wool itnd er pair, will be sold during thin a . Y.'i pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, good value ir. a i'ar way at $2 60 per pair. Loom End price ... .........."" Shirt Waists and 50 pairs 10-- Blankets, in grey, tan and One lot Men's nice Fur Hats, all good styles, blue. Regular 75c per pair value. Loom and Young Men. There is a distinct appearance large and small shapes to suit the most fastidious Muslin 49c End price of a man dressed in a well fitted Schloss Bros customer, worth up to 2.00. Special for this sale S9e Our 50 pair extra large 11-- 1 Blankets. Suit; there is something attractive in his appear" 200 Men's good "Winter Caps, in all sizes and Underwear 75c regular 1.00 kind. Per pair ance. The broad massive shoulder effect; the colors, worth up to 50c each. Loom End price. . . 19e One lot of Ladies' Muslin close and well fitting effect of the front, and the 75 pair fine Wool Knap Blankets, extra "We have permission from the Hawes Hat ManUnderwear. Gowns, Skirts, fashionable length. It gives the air of a well ufactory to sell the celebrated Hawes Hats, in all Our regular price 2.50 heavjT and large. Drawers, Corset Covers, made from all wool fabrics, styles and colors, fur and derbj'. Special for this dressed man. They are $1.65 Combination Sets, etc. A per pair. Loom End price very large assortment of stitched with pure silk, guaranteed to satisfy. Loom End Sale $2.39 50 pair fine all wool Blankets, in white, every kind bought especially Your choice of all Special prices for this sale. gray, red and plaid, large size. Regular for this sale from manufacturers who had small lots to close at a $10.95 $12.50, 15.00 and 16 50 Suits for Ladies' and Children's Fleeced S3. 95 price. You will see great tables full of this Underwear, all marked Men's, 5.00 and 6.00 values. Loom End price 12.50 with Red Loom End Tickets at about half the value of each garment. 17.50, 18.50 and 20.00 Suits for GO good full size Comforts. Regular Look for the Red Tickets 16.00 and 25.00 Suits for 22.50 G9c 1.00 sellers. Sale price One lot of Ladies1 Fine WLite Shirt Waists, in all sizes and kinds, worth up to I 50 each. Oar special price to you 50 fine Silkaline Comforts filled with Overcoats to match Suits in style One lot of extra heavy Fleeced Underwear for nice white cotton, worth up to 1.50. Loom A bargain all sizes. men, in shirts and drawers, quality and price 98c 39c End price for choice at 50 cefats each, our Loom End price Save this circular, bring it with you, select One lot of very fine Sateen Comforts in One lot Ladies' heavy bleached Fleeced Unwhat you want before you leave home and then ask derwear, in vests and pants, worth up to 35c beautiful patterns, extra nicely quilted, 22c worth up to 3.00 each. Our special price for to show it to you as advertised and each garment. Loom End price our salesman $1.65 choice any man no you will get it Fleeced Shirts One lot of Boys' extrrt-heav- y to worth up -r and Drawers, sizes from 26 to 34. Kegular price 150 fine Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats,-guaranteef C 19c 1 OppOrttm- - 35c per garment. Loom End price ShreWd bUyerS J not to split, extra well made, to fit children flared bottom, ruffles and tucks, worth up Children's Fleeced Union Suits My r $2.75. 19c to 5.00 each. Our special price to you r r fO . from 4 to 12 years. Regular 25c suits 4 For Men Blankets and Comforts Underwear 59 Gents Each. -- Jfj he j d ity don't miss it 0 Men's Cassimere Vests In sizes from 34 to 33,-al- l Bade and worth up to $2.50 each. Sale price fine. 49c This Sale Exclusiv ely FOR. No Exceptions W. :ain STRIpST Jan. D ..... Remember tire 14 to I Tsave you money on ach and every purchase. Try our needles Shuttles and Bobbin for use in All Makes of Sewing Machines. "We can fit any macnine, no matter how old or how .new. in any kind of Needles, Shuttles or Bobbins and Needles. r I l COMPANY RICHMOND, ill nnm iTTf .1 5 U !' f'syftL . . "J " k ;Ney Springy w BANK .-- -- CHECKSr th Payment ' )ND0N or -4fl WW .98 1 $ .25 Blankets for 1 awnam s :3 JlTh Prt Thy Wy r In Debt. The' ioripPil That Is Fenced" OS Order For Election. Madison Com ty Court ' . 2.00 Blankets for 7.00 all wool Blankets for 4.50 all wool Blankets lor $1.48 3.48 4.98 line-t- f We have just received Ginghams ah'dfadrasV All new Spring new cclors in plaii and fancy pttefns'. II Ki vi riCVliridyciJlIt; r. - We haye. about 100 pairs of Sample njrrrrL rr:.,rR. l euiuaiy iiuiuuci 39c A young man bad kept In bis pos session for several days a check from Ills uncle. His uncle died, and be hafiteead.tO tho bankt3u cash the 'Check. WBen bo found'the bank would not pay the check until It bad orders from tho heirs or from the courts he was surmised, aniV, observed to hla fa. N. r7 .. Jns bo tiKjitttaethoughtf-A.cboc- E tug Bo much money If tho signature JUSt DMt-CA- COpy Mensii,Oc-:Diidef-wear tr - - for ladies, in box calf, vici kid and 'SHOES "" V- - " " patent leather. Regular $2.00 values, your choice 1 .50 and. Heavy cotton, fleeced all sizes, first quality, crarments for 39c . 98c Fair McCalli&JEattmisJJOndJL Mens9 $1 Dipderwear qnattty-ibroe-""- of racr, However, a check Is merely an order from A. to B who holds some of A.'s money, to pay a certain amount thereof to 0. It Is net money, even If the names on shirts and drawers,! the check are good and well known mo boy regular 50c under- - auu ina uauK is bouu ubare givenem meat ...lithnngh checks In I payment of debt and a receipt usually is signed on ino spor, yet tne passing of a check docs not constitute payment of indebtedness until it is paid for-- 75 c by the bank. L ja ivuu cuuugu Khls: on pres cn tat ion to tho bank tho original claim sinnas against tuc arawer or giver of the check. But a certified check con stitutes payment on the part of tho person who draws It Checks may be antedated or post datedthat Is, dated before or after the date of delivery. If postdated i checks are paid before the fied JAe drawer can recover the jnonfor the bank has acted not In ac cordance with any order from him, 1 , but onJts own responsibility. f a blank Is left for tho date tho holder Is authorized to Insert the true atgreat-- J date of, delivery, but no other date. Clothes riha.inseruon of any other dato or Rs O OWS "I enanJ'ns the date without tho consent or tne a rawer makes tne cnecic void. I 1Y f 1 O ew Xorkrllerald, TUer In disorders and childrerTdrugs" seldom do good and often do harm, afes Careful feeding bathing are the babies' " remedies. dis-eases"- of d- Scott's Emulsion that is the notx)nly nqurishesjhem most, but also regulates' their digestion. It is a .wonderful tonic, for chil- food-medicine dren-jalLAgesTfi- Mens' Heavy Ribbed Underwear, SlllrtS 1L- - ut Iuirt luc iui ivuitu 'it. I M , rapidly gain weight and 'healthbn sfnall3oses. FOR SAI.B To Make Room for Our Br AIA DRCGGISTS Spring and Summer Send 10c, name of paper and this ad. for our beautiful Savings Bant and Child's Sketch-noo- Corner pW,Jt30 by peopfe of a very estimable class-jinis often fre-quented by well educated, men and women wjjo wish to savtsjraoncy and Jdo not care Ho dress. Whereas a seat In the stalls cbsts half agulea (or will which proximately S2.50), ,a place lp tho pit costs only two anil six (or1 npnroxl- naately 00 cents), nnd the play can bo P. Of Brbnd .me American TurtleWaS Tried seen Very nearly- - awell. -- f- In. tilopit the same" program that Is v nwriv; UUt ai New T0TK m ;1776. ' to thc'ttalls forIspence is sold . ana tne Ttf.iins a W r O 11 ftghroent bar of its own which is GAVE --THE BRITISH A- oliAnb. ' cheaper tEan the main baV Uilie, thea-- , J,te6 Qjcourse.the real reason why TROUBLES. Her Attempt to Blow .Up the ge Kntty-LsnguaProblems Translators been a plt. That Frigate Asia Didn't Succeed, but the Have to Solve. ltse,f !s Bufflcjent for the British Enemy's Ships FlecLJn Terror Her mlnd.-but-lt Sdmb of the middles that havo to bo must be admitted thatho Second Escapade Sealed Her Fate. system Is on grounds of common sense) solved before tho Ulble can bo nnd hnrliarln tonciies Bookman. The American Turtle dcsrvcTabet are c'te 'n tna annna.l 'wonder book, ter fate. 4 r It was tbeflrs,t. submarhj! HOUSE 0FSURPRISES. British and Foreign Bible society. war vessel of tho United States. It IIow, for example, can you find a was tried out in 1770 In New York The Home of British Diplomacy. No. harbor. Its inventor and builder was namo for "lamb" among the inhabit10 Downing Street ants of some Island where the only David Bushnell of Connecticut, of Why does the residence o.f tho prime quadrupeds aro pigs and rats? Blow whom little Is known. The man who can you render "whiter than snow" In vent under water with It and In New minister of the kingdom resemble .the the dialects of West Africa, where York bay tried to blow up the British dwelling of a retired grocer of simple tastes? The reply "to thi3 is forthcom snow Is utterly unknown? frigate Asia, under General AVashing-ton'- s ing. It does not. It only pretends to Occasionally tho difficulty Is ono of orders, was Colonel Ezra Lee. Tesemble tho,.lweIllng of a retired gro'sheer .space. Tcngua, the speech of The Turtle was built at Saybrook, cer. No 10' Downing street begins to un Indian trlbo In Paraguay, which has been furnished with the cosnel Conn. After its vicissitudes of being reveal itself as a surprise packet when C) Rnccy according to St Mark, is so unwieldy captured, sunk and resting for years nt you nave rung one of Its three .bells T)l UUgg?J JXUUU the. word eighteen can only be rep the bottom of the East river It was and persuaded Its front door to open. raised and taken back to Its birthplace. You then discover yourselfTn an en resented thus:, "Sohogemck-wakthla-mo- k ...Dcntist , - emlnlk - antanthlama." Literally There, after more years. It was .taken trance hall whose mats, walls and gen-- . Mr Panwen Make your home as modem for your family as a city ret J Telepicom 267 translated, that means "finished my to pieces. Its metal went Into grand'' oral sbahblnesn would, be the Instant k--i ce. .vuuiBgltln apistttwi tcfiet ttie"latesr"market quotations hands, pass to my other foot three," father's clocks, which aro sUll ticking ruin of a Bloomsbury temperance Office in OldhamTtluilding Ba time. This can le accoBiplklied by means of our telephone service, w hie t for Angers and toes servo as units. in the hallways of New York and New hotel, and you perceive that you have yo KM.vetjuuieiilir win t a sum tbavis6inall compared with the b en Its oaken, 'pitch unwittingly done an Injustice .to v the' file teived. Call or allr-- s our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Tho word for butter in Lengua Is England homes. XafcliviUg, Tfqpeesee. for juforinatiQU regardinp our special "Farmers' Line' "waltky - anamankuklngnlnk - ikpith-- . smeared timbers were put to struc retired grocer. You decide (h.atuo grocer, rate. If at preWnt you are not enj yinc telephone service, we can immediately at any rate no English grocer, muk." which means literally "the tural uses and all trace .of- - them lost. Denny. Bacctssor to DuVnn iiile'st.yti. Our lines cover the States ol Kentuckv- - Tennessee, MissiESippi grease of tho Julco of tho udder of the Bushnell did not get even a tardy rer would tqleratosuch a kenneU L,ouiiaaa attVf the Southern potliou of Indiana and Illinois. ward for his inventiveness. The coun But when ..ouha'vb penetrated" a litcowj N. Qier 8Utr iianc &. Trust Company in Kew Guinea thff. translator" want- cil of safety of Connecticut In 1777 jll--. tle farther, and especially when you TiOiKPHONE S6 V ed tho proper Idiom- - for "far be It reeled that ho bo paid 200 for hl3 have mounted the first flight Tit stairs, EAST' "TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated from-m"- e to do this things so he con- services in "annoying ships,-- but there yoiT'wlll be ready to remodel your sulted an Intelligent catechumen. lsi no record that ho' ever got the views once again. Within thirty sec Harr y M' 3Iantcai you will have lost your "I un- money. -DENTIST "Yes," replied the catechumen.the. pre- Here is' the story of the American onds sixty you will admit bearings. Within exactly. Wo have, that ypii derstand Benn:tui)al.-.t- . Is told In Idiom. v ISLcPdONE 198,. cise,mother-in-la- We. say, 'May I speak to' Turtle's first exploit asofit the yellow nre in a palace, full of bewildering cor !nly my ridors and endless sumptudslty, with before I will do this tho quaint phraseology thing?'" forjnuhat land of strango ing manuscript where, it was set down here and therca-ilmps- e of some In mense and stately apartment. No. 10 taboos jmeof the iuipardonable'slns Is. long-ag"When tho British fleet lay in tho Downing street begins Just ""exactly for a man to open his lips' to his wife's -North river, opposite tho city of New where you might have expected It to DENTIST mother. St Louis GlobeDemocrat York, nnd while General Washington finish. Its ramifications aro Innumer Lick, hid possession of the city he "was able, Its geography an enigma' even fo" Justifiable Deception. T.erxjinilou3-,toJbo,rJd- .. LL'Qunty.CourLdO:hejcby,ceaify-tlia.Lth- e jioigh thermos tr aneentjaBitor.'i?rottr'Phiii' of work- Tbtalk-ha- d gone back-.-anfro foregoing is a truo and complete copy and the youthful Socialist had been bors. David Bushnell of Saybrook In potts and Arnold's "Tho Statue." Specialty. of tho ordercntcrcd in, order.booic A 1st aunounclng that no man ought to get vented a submarine curiosity called Office in Bank Building. his living by cheating, and we all Iis- - tho American Turtle, which received mcomoratca pago 631 in tho case of John A. Mcrshon Ths Ghost of Clopton. Ucned, to him and. agreed, that it was. General Washington's approval for . Agrewsaroe. story of.Qlopton House .and 405 others on petition. j-GREENLEAFfir HERRltfGTGN ' ureaarui wnen men nnd women did that Turpose.v A"brbther of thb in- Stratford-on-AvoSuccessors to Ed. Blanton & Co. (which airs. Gas Witness my hand this I!rd day of Jannot tell the truth, but tried to make ventor was to operatc the machine, but kell visited as a girl) Is told in Mrs uary 1911. Lawyers their living by deceiving people. Mil- on trial ho. declined to hazard his. serv- Chadwick's book on the novelist L: &"A. R. B. Tprrill CJerk, , Offico in Douglas & Simmons' new lionaires, landowners, financiers, we ice. Colonel Lee, distinguished for his Charlotte Clopton, who was supposed courage and patriotism, volunteered By D. Teyis Huguej'y D." C , ,( scarified all of them who cheat the JJuilding on Second Street his services, and after practicing with ito have died of the plague, was burled public. ,opp, Qourt Hquio , "vlth .fearful haste." She was. dlscov''No one should make a living by de tho machine to discover its powers a ereu wuen tne ancestral vault was night was fixed upon for the attempt Tho undersigned Sheriff 'of 'Madis"on ception," ?ald the young man. "General Washington and.his .assoct-ale- s opened to receive another victim of County will in complianoo with j.uei n quiet voice from a woman E In tho secret took their staUoils tlio plagutMeanfag against tho wall goingiorder of came. irom. ,tho corner of tho sofa. County-cour- t In her grave clothes; she' was, indeed. upon the roof of a house ou Broad"ynat nuout the. conjurer,?" AttobnevatLa. way, anxiously awaiting tho result dead, .hut Jn her agonies of. despair opqtv tho polls.au the, various.vtitiqg.prs. itlDIfMOND. KENTUCKV. nnd hunger she had bitten a piece cincts in Richmond, Ky., on tho 3rd day Morning came, Jjutjiolntelllgencc o t- EatingFour-Hundr- ed Yean Abo. ol Ma'rchT I9ll71fo"f tho purpose stated in tEo bold navTgatbrrNVhlle the anxious aosiie (.,ourt House, on JVljoinjstreet. Fourhundrcd years ago eating was spectators wero about to give him up has walked ever since." nsMrs. Gag said order in obedijneo p sajd order. practically conned to two meals a a& lost several barges werp. seen to ucu says. Tlni undersigned wilUilso oben a speciall start suddenlyfromGoverngi3-lslan- d, registration 17thr191 Her ',p prices was-o- f Ol' such a protracted then in possession of the British, aniP XlT JATaTnnSrt TCWnSea a ,. Upon th police . HeEe f,1ara,C.t"duration. Thus PasSI llm- - movo toward some object near tho charged beiDg called in theupon court, the purpose of permitting allaspersons Graduate McKillipp Vete.lna.y ai speciUlng its ot chfcaso. ill with an assault a clerk legally authorized to register at Berne there Asia, ship of tho line, and as suddenly ,..r fied' in said order' so' that Said' election1 .was a law against sitting at table more they were i' seen to put about and steer at a soda water fountain, tho def6fld: p a cnt arose aud said, "Your, honor, I am cauihoheld as.iut,sawd order, ,dirocled. hours. At uaie, from w . . . n aMa.1. f .. . I. n iuoruiuB to u ociock in for the island with springing oars. In guilty, but I plead a counter case.' Given under my hand as sheriff this 11 ' two or threo minutes an explosion Olllccat .1. U. Azbill's. Stable , . ' '' Hill Pvnnlnf rtaa .uv. mn m,.n Mn.ml Iia Hereupon tne aroresald clerk arose day of January, 191 1: ' Main I onico phono 99 1 ' "r ' ucilllll- took place from the surface of the waI" Res. Phono 532 J Eichmpnd, Ky ted Vut tDe t0WD .council was unablo ter, resembling a waterspout, which. and replied: "Your honor, the counter i V" I to practice Its own counsels of perfec- - aroused tho whole city. The enemy's didn't hnve anything lo do with it. St ShorifT of Madison County.. tlon nnd on great occasions finished In ships took the alarm, cut their cables walked around the' counter before private. In Saxony the innkeeper was ard proceeded to tho Ilook with all struck him.'" Case and Comment. Como. toi Owen McKco. Richmond forbidden to servo more than four possible dispatch, sweeping their botKy. for dry goods and nations. .Others -dishes at one meal., Quite Poetic. toms with chains aud with difficulty SURVEYOR do and why not you. tf, "Tell me, Harry," said May Bright- preventing their affrighted crews from solicagc of tiioso its. patronnecding ser-v"e cany. XThether It's a Welcome Joy. ley's admirer tp. her young brother, T!"' leaping overboard. eupje like sugar, or a fancy table deli-cavices of a compptpnt. map,, , Address, Ef you ain't got manners ter tell Joy "Colonel Lee, coming to the surface "who is this other fellow that's been like imported cheese, we have it, 140-14- 2 end hi a quality absolutely dependable. good mawnhV when you meets him, during this scene of consternation, calling on your sister?'' RICHMOND, KffXXpCRY., III I 111! Every product that enters this tlore how docs you expect' him ter call roun' was obliged again to descend to avoid "I don't kuow his name," replied tnust stand riRid examination. Hach article is chosen from many by do placo you live at? You better the enemy's shot from the island: Harry. "I just call him 'April show-trs.'- A Month of Sleet and Snow brands offered., because it has proved bo mighty ljecrful, fer whilst bo ls. .1'ter, forcing his machine against a its superior merit. Predicted-B- y 'Weather Hat brand competes for preference. alius In a gbdd humor ho sho' do ex- strong "What for" ho landed a place on our shelves J?e tains pect you ter meet, him half way. At- - cafe at tho Battery amid a great "Because he brings May flowers." ii It tails to measure up to our hiea -WiU buy or srillvotir bouse, lanta PnncHtnf Inn . standard of quality. crowd, General Washington express Ohj of the recent successful contest-cat- s farm town lots or' Injr himself as much pleased that the , . , for representation in our line is ,. The, Sqft Answer. iQn..tlie, 12th i changes to ji " object was effected without tho loss of "John, don't you think 1 havo worn A Rare Treat J. else .id the Eeal Estate line. I colder will prevail; iFrom 14 th this pair of shoes ' long" enough?" " ' AllV business intrnstpd tn A distinguished society leader of New life. "Colonel "No, dear. were a ffiotor !ork' ll,cly retoratd him will' 1)e promptly and through France .said tolB her most WP Asia more Leo had been under tho you wouldn't Ifj theyhad longenpugh to 19th a storm wave will be 'bare that than two hours endeavordo. I .ati thoso corns." i iiaaro rwa ciinn iinrnirc rrV in transit carefully attended to. "See Jlghtful experience was hearing tho ing to penetrate her bottom; which, g Uoustou Post. till-iit- s him if Ins services ar.e.needr French pheasants singing tho mayon- sheathed with copper, resisted all tions of .the-- ' country . i nalse. Everybody's. attempts' to attach thb magazine to eel. , The Greater Annoyance. force-i- s eastexhausted tho, ship." . ?f selected, highland grown beans the her constant singing .sarkefa choicest. our hatred Is too bitter it ApparenUy tho American Turtle in the, flat; n,nuoy,1you? Mrs. B. Not reaching., at- - Atlantic ''The When The Rlecla process of slowooking and places us below those whom we bate. made one more attempt to "annoy the jo much ns the constant flat In s preserves the genuine coffee her storm. .wavQ. denotesna, par flavor and improves it. enemy's shipping" before she ended her singing. Boston Transcript. ;..V. l.AA.aBA. T'i t.nntA.l hn I 1' tf in tisinfj KIreta CotCe you ate sure of oxysm-O- f career. Another old diary preserved by storms I'foHowinir le unest ouaitt v a ratiffaction that in with iUetf wM make re tn worth Tn fir. Connecticut family mentions this in each other, during.the, period .. For Rent ' Fp'r,$ale. uuaoucrGOflets. ... 1 cident.- - It seemr "that the- Turtle; " T ? "' T !11 Compare it with any you ever drank . Kcsldence and six acres of land near . .. .. . ,uy some AShare dfYdur' rvain anq.anow.iWJUiPrevxiUi in U1UUUI.-nameless nero, pervfore. Youll like the rousing cvoreit upngui piano linislicd in inxt:..t cityJimitspnBigllillpiko. Apply haps again by Colonel Lee, though the wd the rloriouj aroint. . ii vr-"-u uiaaiun unu jJnitin.auii...- now; win the different sections,, accord Mil. pJiivit,im . B. n. Boen. . "asonably to movo it quickly. ing to tne temperature. A tf ' R. D. No. 1, Berea. Ky. tempt to blow ud a British .Win Vi,0lse11 East river. By this time the British iJT -u. it. uook ai retry s drug .storo. Wuh.Jl?,5eqsiJ5ejil,cpld .w,aKeJ ' r' it' ' ' For Sale. Dealing .HLow appear to have discovered what nature will follow the storm. On the ' " . .I.have.scveral good building lots for of craft it was that had essayed to de For Rent. He Will Appreciate. reiepnone 02 Opera House Building 22-2sale, located, on Lancastpr and Breck stroy tho Asia aud so were on the. the. weather" will 'ad Pivo room cottage on Glyndon avenue Ho repreiients the Best Fire Insurance Ave. Location, drainage, cct.. the verv loouout for anything suspicious that vance to warmer, resulting in 1. Alsoasuitof the water. At after Jan. U)mpani.!s m Uie busifless. and. guaran-l'.ie.- s. apartment disturbed Ibp surface .Ps. .desirable, .forAnv nno in any rate, the Americanof,submarine was walnut' furhituro 'for sale cheap.' a 61o'u3ihess, 'tne'n to rain and! I tecs satisfaction house or livin? residnnrn. . . Mrsi H. Pi Kbld purchase bleas'o call on tho discovered before' "she had made any terested in snow. This distribiited'speil progress on her second mission of de- v5 Richmond, A.vo. Ml. Sterling, Ky. TRADE KtKK ownerMrs: Bright or faer son, will 'lead lip to a prolonffed Your decl5-2- t struction. jiiiii. .i ii The. British boats .gave chase. g period of very disagreeable 1... For a mild, easy taction of the bowels, let tho baby suffer from eczema. that tho maximum, speed, of sores orany itching Of the skin. Doan's tho Turtle was three miles au hour, a 'single 'dds6 of Ddan.s Regulets, is weather reaching to the end 11 wl - montm -- !asw?rm wave the ui-tu- ill o . Ojnt,mpnt ,giyos. instant relief, Cures longpursuit could not have been a Very ' enougliin Treptmcpt- - cures habittirfl-corfone. At any rate, an American slipatipn. 2jc a box. Ask your drugxciiL-unaatu ior ciniuren. of much vigor ,will formulate Umwh Sack Yards vessel, probably sdmc small schooner, gist for'them'.' " ' Ail dVuggfsu wii it. wan waiting . for tho.. submarine,, .and in the. oiiihjvas;vai)ont vthe v- - ' ,v And'rc'ceive the liigliesVmatket 'pric- ethe Turtle fled thither for protection. Its poor policy to wait untill you havo 24th or 25th of tha month AnnoBBceraents as we aro the largest order buyers and Hastily the odd looking craft was a, flro to begin thinking FOR SHERIFF about insurance, be on tho Cincinnati market. hotited aboard,. Tall was set. and the po'ff noV?' We nre ntillinrf zed in nntinim.. transit to the 30th. Yo writoitRo? HUIIIJIU Yon DEATHKRAGE o carididat&iotuSia ot Amerlcan-boatitrletshow a cleaV IT'S This storm denotes the most luuisun iTjuniy. euDject to me action of paL-- of t- -i W. Dan "H. Breck. heels to her pursuer, but it was 1 In irnln Shn mnn intense storms of anv of the i 1... I. oct3rx; I Is ALT) gUan WIN n ranfllrint,. fnr Kl,.lff t iCfj ConstipatTon'causeshcadacbo, nauso,, month or the most destruc Now is iron county, syugect to, the ucUon of the guns. wonderful call and-inspe, For a long time tho Turtle lav In ilm diz:iincss' Jansuor. heart palpitation, vIIIUVIUUl. 1KIII. We nre nut!ioriz.r1 in nnnn,. tive of the winter. Rainsrtaw rlLSUc submerged vessel's hold. After the war er,P sicken, weaken P?ics wnich JUAiia. a candidate forSIierltr nf Mii.nn. wa OVOr. is usftK tho bocTsah'atO:ont euro. Dnnn'R ana sieet, driven oy a Tierce. cpunti-- subject to the action of the Demo, however. tht ah in 'Lath, Doors, bestVvQPi ckatttr parte andthe-.Turtl- e , ; . was recOrered and car-- 'i Ipulots acUmatly aiuUcuau.cnstipa- - V.. .v .1 . email it cum irorctrwest, BMUUl 5UFRiriTENDENa irniu riuin ...if neu oacs to aaybroot. If every one tlon. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. . a C al l If a..l else tiad forgotten her and, her achievi equal to a blizzard, will pre- - iut:i i..i.i.i.iiui hi. yi a tlie ocnoom county, subjecti touuiii;action otor roouison - metis by that time tho people of her vail Telegraph" and tele the Deaio- invtntor's native town Dan II. Break in., i e still held tho hro Insurance. wires-andpnl- es .fH-phonVOR JAILER Tnrlle In affectionate remembrance in hebcstpolicc. 4't-- 1 jW .1 rf nflmrlv.f1 1 n ,1 .m. . .. XfAn. Thaddeus S. Dayton Id, B'estoa Poet many placesjwill suffer .much u uiuoiuaic ior janeroirjadison ,. wc i. f rom; this stormVgnd alsatini- m- ...u.aiu ndiuiu aro aiways FOR ASSESSOR her' and . We nre Illl t hnH r1 in j. ixr e. most Cllectual. nhnmM.ln. r x 1110 XV huntingrarapping,.or.any iin x.1 tres J ARM AN a candidate for nnnn.nAof Mad. Reniedy acts op this plan. Assessor covered with ice in many It allavs th ison county, subject to the action ot the FOR SALE BY cough, rolfeves the ltamrs. passing on premises and vMl, prose-- places. ucuiuuuuc party - V, 1 ! .. ... . I The cold wave fol- - I sSCTl luoTiK SOU JtKR 'Hilfife TOR COUNtY Ctste UhW UUVUUVt tt A. ibOBROWSKY lowihg the storm on or touch system to a health v. conHltin Clothing -- Good l,uck renny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Each bank contains a stalls, and Immediately behind them Is a bax-"jlthe pit, ,whlcb is wnllert.-ntr.br- . orfenceithat stretches dear across the theater. n the pit tfiero ire',no lndlvfduaf seatfcmerely rows of Jong benches'OirwTlISh the peopla sit rather closelyi4ogcthcr.. It Is, of course, Impossible to reserve seats In advance, and people who ore going to the pit bavevto jconie early on eo In or tho evening der to securetho .best plactis. Hence In the case oJLa jyj.11 Iar.rU.oy a long queuo of popple may be seen at 7 o'clock stretching from the pit door all along the, sidewalk, waiting for the house to open. They keep their places ; very patiently in line, united by a common mood o pleasurable anticipation. One manager awhile ago made the experiment ofelling reserved seats In the pit at the uualprlce, but to this; the pit people objected strenuously on . tbo.cround that thoy could seldom 'know in'advance 'Just 'wnen't'hey would y , find themselves possessed of that bap-pcombination or money and an evening off which would permit of. theater .golng and preferred to take their cliances ..waiting In line when the for- -ot'tbe-performtn- In the orchestra of a London theater there are only eight or ten rows of Free Remiii For Weak Bowels er Hng"aave-msc'nTc1Itr3sHf- Su N. V., f"orT3'patronlz'ed d tunatepportiih1tJ!nrrlved. "i day-spec- - f lf J fr receive February we selling our present stock we are Gnffon mr1iirrl ' FIRST SUBMARINE, f ZMn $ 5,00 and $li6wj2r48 r no ' yz.Dj now 7.50 EnglUht -- hasaya JO.OOnow now': '::N4.98 'SJS . 7 48 1 ra.1 ones RnKr y -- ' R. Emmett' Won DENTIST " -- Fresh Oysters THIS. IS THE. PLACE .FOR LL PAXRICK ty. o: Paint Kentucky There are two forms of bodily I. R. Pennington cleanliness, the external and the internal. The one is for your pride ia Dentist. EfonW. R. ShackolfarudgeVrclding yourself: the other for your life and Office next door to Government build health. Bo.h are important, but of and. 405 others vastly more importance in the long ing Richmond, Ky. On" Potitfon vs order; run is the interna! cleanliness. This Is one point that all should watch For Sale. the about their body the cleanliness of the faPDcarhiyto thotoufv-Tia-t bowels. Keep them clean .... . free. from and n. . written petition filed herein was and Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. rrM .1 n .Kin M.a.w..Ml.Ha T signed, by, ajnumber of legal voters- - IJ one -- or two movements of tha bowels Apply R. K STONE your system each twenty-fouhours. tho city of lucnmonoviiy.'jviz. am legin does not do rthis naturally. If the process In Notice to Creditors. voters equal to and In,' excess of 25 por. of eating and drinklnir. then "you must After nndlns the I tSa? cathartlcTsaltt aaa-eue- ir control the number ofjyotes-cast- t tnlngs All pers maims agairj beerfTr"Ieve you for a. day. but bind you un Led ford & Edwards, of Valley Yism last election in said city, worse than ever tho next Bay. then try a this case ordered nnd ad- simpler and more natural remedy iiv TV- heretofore in JY.. nut iJltaan lircacut Hi i: III urCDerlv Perisln. judged, camo the voters on this next Dr.' Caldwell's Sstudthe beat way to be- .o,ifio,l Ti'ffinllni. frt law r r. Kf-- For the Skeptical your regular term of Cour gin Is to send for a namo and address to t. . t if.i. inn Dr. free samole bottle, rooruarjr lam, ivu. filing of their pe- Use Caldwell tho it aa directed and if It convinces Jess Carr, on July County Court day for this you .that a brief continuance of- - Its use Ml-4tition Valley View. K. t will relieve you permanently that It will county, and deposited with the Judgo of train the stomach and bowel muscles to work TJT this.court tho sum of $140. this being again buy it naturally at certainy hours-t- hen of yonr dmsslal-atflftcents and rat! flfitHr a DSltie. just aa so by tho said court-as- -1 . . . i many otners are doing. Tney besran with . . sufficient to pay for posting ami print- - a san,pie bottle, tn-- ". h"aratiUy-C?Ti- t . .Arn.'vrf'T by convinced or ts Yi11 uarantco merits, they buy one dollar family local option elections, for tho fees of the .llUlbl lUllbUV clerk of 'this court and for his services uu il uui.il iu mo veil juuusraw u.ac. uaw i.i Lijia 1. .ii. 1 ... i.ii i n iiiii : uuuiuwrilur herein, and for necessary expenses of ..in luio i;uiiLipaiiuii in ius wuisi lunu.i luhuciiuus . uu&llliiv '44IU. llciAJrum fliS . . IndltTPStlnn Hirer . troilMn .. s!pfc K!T.Tfrh- - pnen "f . . .. . special registration and tho holding of swu. ' . h fnr :i rnMinar hunil nir mnii T I. . .uinaiii nun a u l ii uuuicuu aiiu .ecu monoy vou In eontlnuoii( trood health nt a. verv ..i- nv,ta,. U'nnn. Ciin...... said election, which said sum of sman cost, sucit. is tne experience or . tho said County Judge accepted and ... m.f i - . .on. . .. T V. iTYinlpl - .nnric m 171l.n0r TTnlnnvlllA lnti comi now accepts as full and completeifiunn vnrv mninir kiaiuij. 11:1. in i i iiuiiuitu (j i uuicia iii.i ' pliance with the statute in such .cases could ....... named. he J 11 dy is used and endorsed by leading i IT 1 1... ..ill uxz .ImmJ , , , . mailoand provided and itfurther ap- - tnUlm MIUIVCII lvi oulMiiy njs w cicaacu mow "Iva vni. nrtir marll-n- l U!un IUIUUUIIUU W.I illy, tumni. f. lO r T. . . ...... -- n you aDOut it. tu luu cuurt iiiut uu iivnj aiuia desire for yourself or family pertalnlne; to in anj lJt:irui necessary tqjiavo a vote in the city of freo of charge. Explain your case in a P rry's Drug Store. to you in letter and ha UiclimondJvyi o?rM4io proposition For the fre win replysimply send detail. your sample 2whether or not "piritous vinous, malt or name and address on a postal card or doctor's otherwise. For either request other intoxicating liquors, .shall bo sold address Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, tho CaldR.C00 well building. Uontlcello, 111. city and- it bartored or loaned"m-saifurther appearing that tho petitioners DRUGGISTS- SOLD Bi'-lVand the defendant aro willing Jfiid haye agreed, subject to the approval- - of Jhe court, that the election herein bo called For 5ale. for March the 3rd, 1011. it is now ac Few thousand second hand brief cordingly ordered and adjudged that 3 Fine J. D. King & Son, tho sjioriff of Madison county Ky.,ypen 219 Mobarly ftvenue. a poll at each and all voting places fii if und 1. ,Jen net city on Friday, "MarclTtbo.3rd,-101- 1 said Dan II. Breok, life, tire :td accident J.u-k- , will be .nlfl nuhlioK- for 'tho purpose of. taking .the" scnsCof insurance. tf wHo' ar5. in RichmomTL tho legal voters of said city, " Lumber For Sale., qualifieiffo Vote at elections forcounii" . 44 Barn bills "am all kinds roUgtl "lumber IT TT "n Y officers uponulcproposition whether or not spiritous, vinous orVialt liquors or, in oak, popklr and pine. Tobacco sticks other intoxicating liquors shall bo. sgld 'Poplar laths. Wjilc. J. au xi o eiouii. ni r irsu otrte bartered or loaned in said city. W.T.JIicks, It is iurthcr ordered Ihat n speciaTp" ItlchtrfohtT. Ky. tt registration in and for'tho city oWtlch mond, Ky., bo held bn"Fridav Fcbruarj' Money to Loan on Good Farm .wn nr. iv ni. A arnn's si:i i p the 17th, 1911, for the purposo of and to Lands. TKh.-f- . r?i?n l.foat Snnrl:iv onablo thosanersons entitled to vote in The yorthweslern Mntnai Tiile tlio aforesaid elfiotton whosopames havo ontddress OoM will loan money at 5 pet registration riot beenjracorded, interest on good improved fam book atilio clootfon last proceeding thfe cent MortgaiiH. said'Marjch tho Srdl&HTlo register and Inndson At Apply 'o J. co cpaoio who nave ""' Cm ire Hi", K Richmoi il Kv their precincts to another precinct in the city, to have their rcgii- tration cancel in their old and to regis ter anew in their proper precincts and. for all other purposes allowed by law. Tho Sheriff of Madison county will advertise this special registration and this election, as he is by law required to advertise it. and he will open tho proper voting places in each of tho said pre cinctsoftho said city and cause the said registration and election to be held Yellow by duly nppointcrt"and"'qunlified in said voting precincts as lar as nis duty goes and in the manner and form required by law. W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. C. for State of Kentucky ,1 County of Madison f Set. I, U. B. Terrill Clerk of tho Madison January Term Jan. 2nd, 1911. Court met & C. Jhjr.-AfMjirsho- V. asas .... ... after this Ti iaj . . f 1 - I ... 'Tr-- 1 cts -t -- - d LL Sack Sale Jacks - -- iVionaay, reD b, n l- ott-fn- o Combs & Dennis ino5-perso- C-- We havebiJot Cypres and of Red Cedar, Pine -- Yours a 5quare Deal 7 Lumber Go. -- n Near Depot , tho-fort- :::;.Q:R 'O.CE-RIl-ty- ? o Ur Y . and Second RI CI Veterinary w burgeon. " lacre Get our goods, no trouble nignest.casn pruj. Countrv Produce ?6 sho Telephone 3 "' - IR YOU C vrN' Tel ep on JO M 223 DOTY, I "Good Things to Eat", . Forecast , Sewell & McKinney North 5econd 5treet 1 Tf-r Jairies Hunley ...i.j " current-undec.wat- er ' anvthinrl , ELECTA' 53 ni-ii1 COFFEE inthe-differ-enfcse- e- Tjo-In- i in-.th- - , Mrs.'-A:-Tid- Give ' DAVE'FREEISN FTxre - , . a t e and S; o n Insurance Business t 1 Lackey & Todd Prices and 5quare - - The Home of 4- Telephone.'35 Ad-dro- ss ' "THE IV Received "ar Consign '- 'Live Stdtk' D-"- ARE , . C. C. ,S,eaI.& " e YO U Lumber, j'l"'"". .1.1 , T?r-rt?- bost-jpciiei- es 5. NORRI5 Mo Malleable Ranges ct ' A Interested 5ash, Lie 5hingles, so, see the time to Kanee, tnousands of mi r W ai this iw. wa T . , the decern account of workmanshirv amnuntof useu ana unsurpassed coolanacruaIities. ask i.iuva , lO per cent Off fpiCasTi on All cciv V-iujr snrubbervwill ivwung UlUVW Tt-.- . 6r hft mi W RkbMood,Kv i i , 1 it if awntiilrt, aaaaaaam. ! rtk we into &jiatttkt mg the 1st of February will III U WholrvlA73 TEln 1 j .