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I! r' " 37lh YEAR THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1911 TU o buy -- WALL PAPER work is your paper from up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger nvsm way to get good 'Ds-.l- .i. rv--r ... I NUMBER .34 The Wrong Way is to buy a tor you. Phone lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it TIL fflflfifl flltf m L. It. Blanton Sole W. P. BAXTER Watch It. Cholera-ha- WALL PAPER 1 ! Young Soldier Returns From the Philippines to Claim a Madison County Bride. Now Rich. Twelve years ago J. W. Carr, a young man of Panola, this county, joined the army of Undo Sam and went to the Philippines to aid in revolutionizing the now, possessions, of this country. After serving 'several years and making an enviable record as a soldier, ho was honorably discharged and packed what little belongings he had to return to America and to the old Kentucky homo. A fair Kentucky girl was also awaiting him on this side of the waters. Tho lovo that was kindled beforo ho left for the for cast, was still ablaze, in fact it had been his guiding star through all the rough service he had endured whilo fighting for Uncle Sam in the islands. Whon taps sounded in the evening with its doleful music, his heart would yearn for his native land and the spot in Kentucky ho held most dear. A fow days .before ho was to jrcturn it suddenly dawned on him that great possibilities were in storo for him in tho islands, and t, part of tho ricli mineral lands, then practically unexplored, might just as well belong to him as any one else. Ho determined to try out, and receiving the assurances from tho fair one at home that sho would await with much anxiety his return for her, whether rich or poor, he began what has proven to be a most successful venture. ' In company with soveral others, he invested in mineral lands, which now demand over a million dollars, this price having been recently refused. Mr. Carr owns one eighth interest. 'Wednesday morning at the Glyndon hotel, Dr. Marshall, of tho ISaptist church olllciating, Mr. Carr and his sweetheart of childhood days, Miss Nellie Lee Sharp, of this county, wcro united in marriage. After a honeymoon of several days spent with relatives in this state and Tennessee, the bride and groom will leavo for the island to reside. At present Mr. Carr is United Stato Marshal having been offered this position shortly after being discharged, on account of his record made in tho ranks. Tliev will resido at Manila. Tho 'brido is a daughter of 1). F. Sharp, the well known merchant at Panola, and is quito handsome. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE .The City Council and City Streets. The Mayor and present city council have shown much interest and good judgment in tho attention given tho streets and side walks of tho city sinco they began to direct the city's affairs, but there isono important thoroughfare w hich has been overlooked and sadly neglected. It is tho South end of Second street from Main to tho Campus. This is ono of the most used streets in the city and yet practically impassiblo during much of the year. With about S00 students in thoNormal School and many of them ladies and boarding in tho city or rooming in the city and taking thoir meals at Sullivan Hall, as tho dormitory can not accommodate but a small part of the present student body, it 'is neces- stiry that thoy tramp through tho mud from the corner of tho campus to Water street twice or more times per day through rain or shino. This is totally unreasonable to expect, when we remember the valuo of the school and tho student body to tho material "and educational interest of tho city. Also all of the persons living on tho Summit are constrained to go a long way around or to meet with a similar experience until they reach Water street. It scorns only just that tho 1000 or 1200 persons using this streot constantly should bo provided with a sido walk. Certainly no important section of. tho city is so overlooked and if tho Mayor or Councilmen will otdy try to get up this street just onco after a. rain or thaw and sco what is endured tho year round by tho persons above mentioned, it will clear thoir mind of any doubt as to tho imperative need and justice of taking immediate steps toward putting down this walk. By all means, lot tho Mayor and Council investigate this matter and render jus-tic- o to whom justico is duo by putting a substantial pavement on this important street at once. Campus Citizens. 1? Agent For 13 The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TELEPHONE 85 Crept into the Hog Bens- - of Madison County Heavily. s COAL Ml I El I'lltP POWDER Thm N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man only baking powthir made from Royal Grapa Cream of Tartar LIME PHOSPHATE Absolutely Pure NO ALUM.KQ Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ingour shelves, also a complete showing of Close Call. The quick work of Chief Daugherty and his firo fighting laddies prevented n soriousre at the county jail last Wednesday, 'Andrew Baxter, colored, who has been confined for the past month because tho lunatic asylum at Lexington was too crowded to admit him, threw a fit, and declared ho wanf-e- d to burn up.the wholo town. Ho got hold of some matches and set fire to his own and several other beds and for a while the flames looked as if they would do big damage. The prisoners were corralled by Jailer Jones and. several deputies until tho flames were extinguished and thero wcro no escapes. The loss will amount to but little. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on to tho affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you aro certain to be more than pleased with tho prompt relief .vhich it alTords. Sold by Stockton and Son. m 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 Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur anco in tho very best old line Companie f, Win. S. Broaddus. Agt. t-- Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Stop earacho in two minutes: toothMoit disfiguring skin eruptions, scrof ache or piin of burn or scalds in fivo muscle-achula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to minutes; hoarseness, one hour; two hours; sore throat, twelve impute blood llurdock Blood Hitters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, monarch over pain. clcar-'3ycd, clear-brained, clear-skinnem d. e, That dreaded disease among hog raisers cholera, has crept into tho pens of nearly all tho farmers of Madison county this winter, and in many cases owners were forced to ship their stock at onco to prevent the entire loss. Madison is one" of tho biggest hog raisers of all tho counties in the state, " and for the past threo or four.years, tho county has been practically free from 0 this dread disease. According to tho export hog men of this county, it is brought hero from the mountain coun Si ties by hogs that have been allowed to - -J w feed on acorns, and this thoy claim will 1 produce cholera quicker than anything else, when tho animals nro brought to tho Blucgrass and fed on corn, Mr. Joo Biles, who is constantly studying tho needs of the stockmen and farmers in his stato as well as his nativo county, is enthusiastic over the discovery of the new serum, by which a drovo of hogs can bo mado immune by tho timely us.o of it. Ho investigated this now discovery at Lexington soveral days ago, whoa experts were making demonstrations with it. A hog can now be vaccinated against cholera just liko Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary human against small pox, and in a fow hair "J-"uiuuu uuouc mem as we do. or cc urse years hog cholera will be practically would stamped out of tho country, and kept out by tho use of this now discovery. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY The only thing now is to get this virus tho reach of tho poor man's within Anchor $10.50 Lenox $16.00 purse. Every grower in tho county Windsor 13.50 Style A should investigate this great preventa22.50 tive at onco The hog industry will bring thousands of dollars to Madison county growers within the next few years if the proper precaution is taken now. Information on this subject can be obtained by writ Dav Telephone 76 Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exing the Kentucky Experiment Station, Night Telephone 136 ercise, insuflicicnt mastication of food 229 Lexington. W. S. O. Ii. O. L. constipation, a torpid liver, worry and At the Madison County Stock Yards anxiety, aro tho most common causes of last week 150 stock hogs shipped from stomach troubles. Correct your habits Important Decision. Nwty cents cash will buy 31.00 worth For .Sale. Beattyvillo brought 8 cts. They were and lake Chamberlain.s Stomach and The Court of Appeals holds that of groceries at Covingta & Thorpe fur Nice residence oh corner Fifth twenty up. Liver Tablets and you will soon bo well sold in bunches from where a County Clerk makes a mistake North streets. Apply wsiX 10 days. tf Son. again. For sale by Stockton in recording a, mortgago under tho tf 1). M. STEVENSON To Danville. wrong name, and tho purchaser of the Bowling. Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir Best equipped warehouse for ImmkIIhm: mortgaged property loses money" thereMr. O. II. Hcndren, of Kirksvillc, has After several years of suspended opcr-tionby, the clerk or his bondsmen must loose leaf in this section the Madison purchased a gents furnishing business Dressing Parlo r. tho lovers of bowling can now warehouse. Ptent v of kelp awl no wails, make tho loss good. Mr. throw tho big in Danville with his brothor-in-laComa in and have yew hair droned balls to their hearts conParks of that city, and will take charge tent. The new alloys have been installIf you haven't tho time to exercise tf m the newest style, braids aad pwtfs & Crow. at onco. They bought out Sallco Itching piles piuvoke profanity. bni made to order. I (raids ed in the building formerly occupied by regularly, Doan's Uegulets will prcvont restored to Mr. Hcndren has been in St. Louis for Frank Kennedy constipation. Tiicy induce a mild, easy profanity won't cure them. Down's natural color. Highest on Main street. prices jwUi for sometime where he has connected with healthful action of tho bowels without Ointment cures itchine, blevding or pro- combings. Two doors above Stockton's P. B. Broaddus sold to Will Wagers griping. Ask your druggist for them. truding piles after years of the "Win. Barr establishment and is a suffering. rnsj store, on Main street. OlHce phone young man. hustling last week 15 stock hogs at $3. per cwt. 23 cents. At any drug stoce. jIj. residence --"OS. 5 Mo -- si 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. r AWMS & MATTRESS fost OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty t s,' m I 4? 3 We SeD May Manton Patterns 10c Each Y GETTING ..5 - 1 READY 'if We Sell rZay Manton Patterns 10c Each 9 95 are getting ready for the biggest spring business in 19 1 we have ever had. Our merchandise is all bought part of it already here, seme on the way and we are rushing the remainder. In order that we may have plenty of room, we are making lower prices than ever on all heavy goods we We have on hand. If " .Sir .. "Have You Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now before the best values are all gone. 'f . .. We will save you good money, .2. - ' 'We are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from 7.50 to 15,00 Ladies' Coats worth 6.50 to 20.00, for from 3.98 to 12.50 Men's Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to 15.00 I All other winter weight goods at very low prices We mean to close these goods out Come get a bargain Z ' 3F ft Corner! First H EL ITT: Ji , ' & Mtii . ! , others. . r Richmond, Kentucky t totem ttnfelifr i I ,11 4- At his home on Woodland Ave., this meeting whs a most enjoyable one. The probability of having two well known afternoon at 3.30 o'clock Dr. C. C. artists to give a concert soon in Rich shall united in marriage Mr. Barnes and Miss Mabel Golden. The mond undur the auspices of the club groom i:i a prosperous youiig farmer re- created much interest and enthusiasm. siding1 near Richmond, while the bride Tho following program was given: Some lato Musical Event Roll Call is a daughter of B. F. Golden. Piano Penseo Mclodique.... Dora Money-Savin- g Mr. Taylor White and 'Miss Daisy Mrs. Middelton Adams were married at high noon yes Piano Spring Song.. ......Grieg terday f.t tho home of tho brido ou LanMarie Louise Kellogg caster Ave., Rev. Barnes of tho Christian Piano Melody in F ..Rubonstein church odlciating. The bride is a Miss Julia Whito daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Adams Current Events and is a young woman of many fine Miss Julia Higgins traits oi character, fllr. White is a Indian Lovo Songs valued employe of tho hardwaro firm of Mrs. Elmer Talo D. B. Shackelford & Co., and is a hust Piano Sprites qf the Glenn Dennii ling young business man. They will Mrs. Kellogg spend their honeymoon in Louisville. Piano Sextette From Lucia.Donizotte Mrs. I). II. Brock's tea on Saturday Mrs. J. R, Johnson aftcraojn, given in honor of Mrs. W. G. Piano, Vnlse Favorita , Rdtf Smith of Alaska, and Mrs. Paul Col ' Miss Mary D. Pickels lins, of Bellingham, Wash., was one of The next meeting, Feb. 8, will bo with the most enjoyable society events of the Mrs. Johnson winter. The house was prettily deco rated and the dining table, presided ISale Notice. over by Mrs. Xeale Bennett and Miss Mrs. A. C. Scanlan will "not bo responMari j Harbcr, with its exquisite clung cenltc piece, flowers, candelabras, cut sible for any accounts made without her tf glass, bon bons, etc., made a lovely pic written permission. ture. More Reasons. Mrs. D. B. Shackelford entertained very delightf nlly with a luncheon-bridg- e Is it tjp proper thing to do, to cut out Thui-sdanoon in honor of Mrs. Paul tho 1911 crop of tobacco, that is the Collins, of Bellingham, Washington and question that is absorbing the minds of Sirs. Kiats Speed, of New York. The tho growers in Madison as well as all t house was decorated in ferns and carna over the Burley district. Mr. Green tions i.nd the hostess and guests of Clay, who is perhaps as well posted as honor received in tho drawing room. any grower in tho slate, and who has About twenty friends enjoyed Mrs. written on this subject for tho Climax, adds tho following to his former quesShackelford's charming hospitality Mr. Georgo Hume entertained a num tions: "When the land owners of tho Burley EXTRAORDINARY ber cl his friends last Tuesday evening Direct from Two Years at tho Lyceum Theatre, New York his country home at a birthday din district ot Kentucky declino to allow at nor. A sumptuous spread was laid be; former tenants to grow a crop of tofore tins guests and thoso who responded bacco in 1911 will they allow them to were: James Wagers, Irvin Hume, plow up their blue grass pastures for a James Shackelford, Earl Curtis, Tom bumper corn crop instead? Vv ill the land owner support his for Moberlcy, "Uncle Miko Miller, Jack nibs Margaret Millor returned Satur- Grcenleaf, James Tribblc, Phil Wilging, mer tenant in idleness until tho 1912 Tfce oay ironri an extended visit to relatives Tony Burnam, Charles Culton, M. C tobacco ciop or must he live on hope for tSvclve months? in Mercer county. Kellogg and Ben Daughcrty. In case the tobacco grower by trade WKItntl EVCRT VkCMKSMT 21 Jonn unites many frionds will be Mr. Roscoe Tho many friends of .1 . - I goes clsovvhero for work this year wil r .wear i learn IRE CLIMAX PRINTING CO frow a criltcal oi his slowly recovering Reeves will bo pleased toHenry, of his ho return in 1912 or bo replaced by l illness. which marriage to Miss Lucy others? (Iivoorporawd.) Mr. Hart Perry; tlic crack basket ball was solemnized several days ago at the if no crop of tobacco this year means player homo of the Normal Pre, and Mgr. wtui a for the mjury. school is laid up C. F. Evans, in ofliciating minister Dr. better prices next year why not "cut A. I. Miller Lexington. Mr. Reeves slight out" eras:; seed or corn or hogs for one "'. tt. WWte - - - Jse"y-Tr- e. Mats ltestttc TribWc is in Xew York is one (if the youngest railroad engineers year for the samo puipose? lMiir tevo K. Yaagttt for a ten days isit to Mr. and Mrs. in the country and is a Richmond boy w nat are you going to do with your who has made good with the .great Cbarh Stell. now barns and implements? railway system. He mat mmttyim Mi. K. C. Wiaes is at Ml. Jackson, L. N. Versailles headquarters has been making for some Iwd., where she has j;no to take the ml Close Wednesday. time and with Ins new bride will go to mum HMwcr wwi-iw- . baths for rheumatism. uuk. housekeeping in that city until the new Tho special services at tho Methodist Mrs. Charlos Stwrn and Miss Xina road i completed between Versailles church will close this evening, EvangeYEAB Million attended the Sharp-Ca- rr I'KU DRK5K fl.it wed and Frankfort, when they will likely list Comann having an engagement to fill ding kst Wednesday. movi) to Richmond. Mrs. Reeves is a in another state. He is an earnest Dr. Smoot aad Elmer Tate attended daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas speaker .nd accomplished great good c r the iUymond Hitchcock performance in Henry, of Versailles. WEMXB6DAY FXK 1 - - while iu the city. The good wishes and Lexington test Mowisy, matinee. Lancaslor Record: Miss Mary E!- prayers of his hearers go with him, The Sensational Dramatic Tilt DaNville Aauecat trotfcfaUy The venerable Mr. Harvey Cobb, is more, of the Richmond Normal school, Thru his efforts and those of the pastor, Triumph of the new uuhe sick at his home at Itcd House. is at home for a visit with her parents Rev. Crutchflcld, tho active Christians Century yrreai Mhwhims stronger in tho faith, the nfcurtis oat He is in his eighty-sevent- h year. the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore Miss were mado A Powerfully Gripping Drama of a Woman who Mr. Kdward Stockton and Miss Jane Josephine Chenault, of Richmond, is "backsliders" were thoroughly aroused MM bat ltHM with fever for emijtrattoM and Iho indifferent ones were mado to oImmiM rcaa Uk tet-tI). Stockton were in Louisville last week hero visiting her cousins, Missses Mary Steals to make Herself Attractive 1m Una's aowSu? feel the strong hand of conviction. One ffww the Mlw in Cotfeyvillc. Km-m- the guest of the family of Mr. Ed Hume. and Lydia Elmore Green-lea- f, Miss Van of tho strongest appeals to tho worldly wceally yriated in the Wwdteslw ol Richmond, came Wednesday for The many friends of Mrs. A. 1). Mil $1.00 was mado bunday evening, Unit We ler 3iewh. in whicfc be assert will regret to knew that sho con a visit, to her cousin, Miss Frankyo element Wines' when the evangelist delivered a wonderoawld ww back to oM Kenlaciy ad tinues quite sick Miss Delia Tinder, of the at the Patlic A. Clay Kauifnian Mat a fana mmi mmkr more aMMtey tfcatt Infirmary. Kiclimond .Vormal school was with her ful sermon on "Rcpentence" taking for IT Im warl Um ttaoM one ia the aw- parciti. Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder his text the 9th verse of 10th chaptor of Wagers For Sale. Real Estate Transfers. Romans. All who have attended have w r Stale. Covk way frowi kon anMiss Salliereception was the hostess at Saturday and Sunday informal complimentary to Two Jersey Cows, two and four years been repaid by services of deep spiritual The following real cstato transfers always have loa? korus. and Miss Flora Mallard, of Louisville last The meeting of the "Mary Pattio Old power, sermons, of convincing log old fresh, good milkers. Apply Dr. J. havo been recorded the past week: thai glitters inut gold, a vom ka4 hot- Thursday. ham" Club with Miss Cary Rice on Fri Tho speaker possesses an unshaken W.Williams, 131 Estill Ave.YRichmond. 11. J. McKoo to Katherino Schmidt, lot ter stay at Ihmmp. Mr. Elmer Deathorago, one of tlis oay last was a most enjoyable or.c. fidelity to tho immortal interests of men In Richmond for $1.00 and other valuable Lost The Arkaacas mmyc lta upoketi chief heads at the Madison tobacco Italian Opera was the interesting sub and shows it in his sermons with great consideration; S. J. Spurlin to Lucy B. IInuIv to tbe Hvnte af Koftroi omative: warehouse, is awe to be about after a ject discussed nnd Rossini was tho spc sincerity. Miss Harberson's singin Lost a gold locket on Main street Jones, lot in Richmond ror $100. "Hf tlx MMBiberti of fwHtfoan from Kea weeks illaeoc. ciai composer, xne loiiowing program was a feature of the services. Her sweet with initials G. P. W. on ono sido and tacky 4 not lake action toward OttatwM- - The condition of .Tudc .lolin 1). was gven after which delightful re- voice with a richness of tone that is W. on other. Reward if returned to Hurry. tmr taw Mat of Caleb Powers m Ute aKt Goodfoe is very critical. He lias been frcshmcnts were served wonderful, holds her listeners with deep Climax office. Every farmer who has the benefits of Oaafnatk.! will myelf introduce a kmIm Roll Cf.ll Names of Celebrated Opera thought. Her interpretation of sacred a rural delivery can't afford to bo withhi lor several days at Ins home near MtM tiaa; to kave the atatter taken ," Sis Coming Singfrs songs is perfect. She has been assisted Silver Creek. out a daily paper. Come in and renew Uttareaealative Maca. af Arkatas. If Paper Italian Opera in several of the services by Mr. Cecil Sis Perkins is tho attraction at tho for tho Climax, or give us your subscripMiss Minnie Hrown, one of Lancas Kepublteaa atoattocrt) of ihi Hoaie Miss Bessie Turlcy tka Traynor, who has a baritono voice of oper.v house on next Friday evening. tion, if you have never taken the right aat ak with Mr. Uobert. of I'lalt ters most popular daughters, was in Song.. How Can I Leave Thee great fullness. One of the biggestlaughs of tho wholo step in the county paper line, and we bacauMp he wat mj accuton of lining a Richmond Friday onroule home from a Mrs. I. G. Ballard year. Get your scats now and enjoy the Tvill give you a big reduction on any visit at Nichokisvilhj. I lie Deatorrats oertaialy gatyvaauU. Paper Rossini t fun. "The Thief.'0 daily you want. February is the only Indianapolis ews: Misses Margaret, caaaurf tu with a taetaber wito wm con Norma Giunchigliani real cut rato daily paper month. No play of recent limes has" achieved victed u (Jje charge of murder mmd "wfeo Mllian awd Itess Shugars gave a box Piano Solo Waltz Impromptu Come In. the fame of Tho Thief that stirring by th Javor party ai the Grand this aftornooti, hav facajwyias hi liberty aly Miss Fannie Willging Sell Stock. We have a few copies of "Poultry ing for their guests Mrs. J. T. Kucker, Overture William Tell drama of lovo and jealousy, of a wifo's af a imiaa state eKeeutive." The firm of McKinnoy & Baumstark caprice and a husband's condemnation, Raising in Kentucky" left ono of the of Kiclimond. Ky.. Miss Itoss llaird and Mrs- - Robt. Boggs Miss Million best little books ever wrilen on tho sub proprietors of tho Busy Bee Department 'OuOTMwiiiX I.aoirH is one of tbe Mrs. .lames E. Yories. Mrs. W. G. White was to have given a talk which comes to tho local opera house dkiH iariiers for lfae tlloway Mil in for an engagement of one night, Mon ject. It is compiled byvMr. Shy secre store at Georgetown, which suffered the Sberilf MeCord 1ms tried every known uossini as a man and uossint as a musi aaaii'i in. to saddle a beaVHir debt oh tbe remedy for "the grippe" without re cian and composer, but was unavoidably day, Feb. Cth. i'Tho Thief" created a tary cf tho State Board of Agriculture loss of almost its enliro stock by fire maoaiie af the United Statos for more subs, and it has never failed to got him absent. f uroro in Paris and was greeted by tho and published by M. C. Rankin, the sometime ago, will ship thoir goods to press and public of this country upon its Commissioner of Agriculture Come in tho Ezckial & Bcrnheim company, CinJ Mini mi MKMkry fee tbok wbo foaf-h- l about this time every year. He now tjuiti: a pleasant shock was given to production at the Lyceum Theatre as and renew your subscription and get cinnati to be disposed of at auction. witik tlte Uaion in tbe civil war. We'll awaits its coming in January and goes gal bis ecalp aeK tisae. I'loyd Hyrd through the ordoal of a week's suffer tlu; nia fricni's of Mr. Nicholas Har the greatest sensation the thcatro ever ono of these valuable little books free. Both aro Madison county men. Mr. McKinnoy is a brother of the second isad too big a load w cony, bat we made ing with the same regularity as Jus other bcr Tuesday, vlitn A was learned that offered. It should establish a now he was married to Miss llnttie Button record, for no one will wish to miss wit New Department street groccrman. They will purchase Mm hustle to win. a routine duties. it Hamilton, Ohio, on Dec. 1th. The nessing a performance of it at a price tt tho Caldwell High School a manual a now lino of goods for the Georgetown Mr. II. C, Irvine UotaM: Icbuk McDowell, of Damilke, is aot young couple decided to keep it a secret witliia tho reach of all thealro goers. A trair ing department has been installed house. the until the lirst of February and they oi'ia the daily p tpers as beiap for Jobn-a- of Itichmoud, superintendeu with J. II. Kunkle as instructor in over Met 'reary. If everybody was Singer Manufacturing Co., in this divis were indeed successiui. iney win ar married Moman, on a small income, en Court Docket deavors to dress on a par with tho lead- charge. Mr. Kunkle is also truant off rJobttkoa, tbeJudfeie would lioe up ion, washers Tuesday on business. rive this evening from Morclicad, tho ers of society, for the ono purpose of icer. Tho pupils of this department Last Friday was tho last day for filing dor WeCreary. That his record. Too Misses ICIva Heevcs, Ethel and Alma homo of the h. ide, and will be at home holding tho lovo of her hiisbaud, who defray all expenses, even tho salary of suits for tho February term of the Madi Ihad there is oae man ia the IUghtfc who Warford have returned to their homes on Broiidway at the Harber residence at lUehmend after a pleasant visit with The bride is a daughter of Prof. Button, often expresses his admiration of the the instructor. The Board may bo called con circuit court and seven wore placed Mill rafane to wqmart tbe oaly hmm ibat appearance of her more wealthy friends.- on it) the futuro to lend a helping hand on tho appearance docket that day, . a . .. r mm fba Uaatocrats can ehact Governor this friends here. oi incj ireroneau uny fccnoois, and is a She does so by stealing a large .sum of w!Ut..:t small donation if needed, but mere are lorty two appearance cases ris News: Miss Jessie Mac Ockcr charming young woman. She attended money and is found out. Her confes the pupils aro determined to got along for this term, fifteen of which are di man, of Cane Kidgc, spoilt Sunday with school Tore last year whero the court Jtauc we foiug to let Xichoiatvilte. vorce suits. There aro twenty five com sion to her husband and his criticism of without. it if possible. Miss Annie Eads Peill and ' mon law cases, and sov-Wlarbester. Ml. Sleribvx d ew Staa for the Kstera Kontucky loft Monday ship, which terminated so rpmanticly, her sin, comprises a scene tho liko of appeals from Normal School, was nrst begun. Mr. Harber is one of License. the lower court, threo of which are com Ml ahead of us with their coa which has never before been presented at Kichmond for the winter and spring Richmond's rising young business men Malclubsr Tbe- - are rushiar thbacs in the theatre. No ono should lot "The Marriage licenso camo few and far be monwealth cases. There has been sov terms. Miss Ockorman will tako tho and I as a wido circle of friends who wliy eaat we? In those villains, Thief" go by without enjoying its won tween this week, only threo couples oral homicides in tho county sinco'the advanced course and special work in wish him unbounded happiness in this derful story by a personal visit to the making tho request. They wero J. W last tf rm but tho only murder case" that OtTB own Judpe Hen Ion is eerlaiuly the grade. venture'. theatre next Monday evening. Feb. Cth, Carr and Miss iollic Sharp, both of has so far been set for this term, is that iliaaninr dowa decisioas ia tbe I'raaklia Jessamine Journal: Mr. and Mrs. Lexington Leader: Mrs. Keats Speed, Prices Panola; Andy Robinson aad M.isstflcssy of Addison Crcekmoro for killing Callie uhxail aourt, and tbev are of some Harry behlegcl arc receiving congratu- of New l ork. was guest of honor yester Smith, of Bcroa, and Grover Whito and Bush. Tho ordinary and old equity loo. He's a prodaet of oM lations for their son who was born yesday at n pretty afternoon bridge party Land Tranfers. Miss Dora Coates, of No why. Tho last (locket is light and tho four weeks term MadiMHt. terday morning. Mr. Schle;el is a pop given by her sister, Mrs. Harrison Sim named brido is but fourteen and very will likely be an usually quiet ono. The County Clerk recorded the follow 8BXATIMC Paynlsr may talk all be ular traveling man, formorly of Uich rail, tit her homo on East Fourth street. lowing land transfers the past week: W, pretty. Squiro Dykes was sent for and mond. Mrs. Schlogc was before her It wai n delightful gathering wjbUs to, but its loo idaia that Soaator of sixteen New Press. W. Bush to John Bales 10 acres for $500; in the presence of a number of witnesses lljariiaerfot tbe scat ia Uh seaate by marriage Miss Stella Waidc, well known friends aud the afternoon was a very in county clerk's oflico tho knot was With this issue of tho Climax, the old in educational and musical circles. lialcs to Jessie Kincaid 44 acres cuarniuig one. 1110 lovely homo was .lolin C. 'Ifnsud aad with eoia of the realm. lied. Tho groom is 19. .- . . . . Cincinnati press, which has seen some rrienos Jierc nave received tnc news decorated with palms and ferns and $500; M. Rowlings to Steve Barret 50 thirty years or moro service inthisofllce, acres for $100; Steve Barret to John A Ixsxiafrton man has been ooavtcied of the arrival of a little son at the home pink and white flowers and after the t retires with it record hold by few cylin af ruaaia? a "Bird Gae x .' If its Mr. and Mrs. Uobort Saulley, at Parker game of bridge a delicious lunch of sub- - Harkins 50 acres for $500; J. Will Wa School News dcr presses in this country. It is still m akia Kama Iesinertoa will have k a lit- nz ma. tnc young gentleman is stautials and ices were served, and the gcrs to Charles Wills 19a acres for doing excellent work, but tho demand $1G,250; D.ivid Vaughn to S. N. Prowitt than anybody. nam! William Robinson Saulley. Mrs prize was a stylish gilt basket. The Items o! Interest from Supt. X for moro modern equipment has forced Santtey was formerly Miss Jane Uobin hours were very informal and those who IS acres for $000; D. B. Reynolds etc. Noland's Olllce and the Ham you noticed it? The dajre are theso old timers out of existence. The to T. J. Todd C5 acres for $1,500; I. A son, oi jiarrou&Durg. Air. Saulley was enjoyed the hospitality were: Mrs. County In General a "feelic" kinder. now Miehlo, two revolution, capable- - of euinr with the Winos pharmacy about seven Emily Barnes, Mrs. Chas. Kerr, Mrs. Hunter to Stevo Green 75 acres for turning out 3,000 papers per hour, which years ago. Thomaii Owsley, Mrs. John Scclt. Mrs. $1,550; Isabel Collins to James Collins Friday and Saturday were busy days was purchased last week, is being in 22 acres $075; Tico Shclton to Henry 'cws:--Mis- s Nichotasville Lillian James Combs, Mrs. Newton Combs. with Supt. Noland holding the regular stalled and the next issue of the Climax Powell went to Kiclimond on Monday to Mrs. Bi ford Graves, Mrs. Thomas Brad- Ivylo 25 2 acres $275, Alvin Howard lo anumt examinations for diplomas to will come from this, one of tho latest 4 acres for $J,200, Mi- - Mary MilhM is ia Iawoastor tho make a little visit with her sistor, Mrs. ley, Mrs. Embry Allen, Miss Jav Dain- - Richard Burton 13 enter tho county high schools. There models in scientific printing machinery. B. Laokoy Miss YJrginia Hoover left gcrfield. Mrs. John Simrall, Mrs. Julian Master Commissioner to Willson Eads fuest of Miss Mary Doty. 187 acres for $7,073; M. H. Wells to J. wero eight whito applicants nnd the With this improvement, together with Miss Xauaia Mallard is rtsngersasly in Tuesday for Richmond whore sho will McClynionds, Mrs. Frank Bullock, Mrs. W. Eads plot of ground $950, M. J, same number of colored. Applicants other modern machinery recently intake a spring course in the Slat o Normal George Shankltn, Mrs. C. D. Chenault, M the Puttie A. Clay utArmary wero those who had finished tho com- stalled, this office, will bo ono of the School Miss Elizabeth I fori no went Miss S rah Chenault and Miss AIHe ivonetzcr to Kobi. Kclloy 18 4 acres Mivs ICmma IleadrHi is .visitiacr Mm. for $1,S00. Master Commissioner to mon uchool courso Tho results will bo best equipped in tho country and capa to Richmond Monday morning, to enter Lougliridgc. i,C J. Johnson at IIsnodsiHirir. given out today by County examiners, ble of handling anything that is to be Martha Hull 30 acres for $150. the State Normal School for a ten week's Miss Lelia Harris and Dr. J. It. Million. printed. JuOgo James Benton was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kuinne uaikor went to term. honor at a banquet given in Frankfort You aro probably aware that pneu Iouisilk to see the HusMsm daeon. Editor George W. Boner, of the Mrs. John Xobusd has retHracd from Nicholasvillc Tribune and the favorite last Thursday evening by members of monia nlw.tys results from a cold, but a ten days visit to rchttioas in Merc or in the race for the postmastership of his the bar and other notable citizens of the you never heard of a cold resulting in tho commonwealth. The Frankfort pneumouli. when Chamberlain's Cough conn') A Wonderful Display of Handsome town, was hero Friday tho guest of Dr. News says in part: Judgo Benton was Remedy was used. Why take tho risk . , ... X s& . v mi J. U. I'onnington. Mr. Boner is one of particularly happy, in his ot ious-niivussra. is excellent ad wnen tins remedy may do had lor a tho (iest of Mrc. Irvhw IlaMard in liar- - tho aggressive Republicans and took an dress on "Tho Circuit Judge In and Out trifle? For salo by Stockton & Son. aetivo part in the meeting of the younger of This Circuit." It was heartily an- Mrs. (ieo W. Vartia, of Slford, Republicans, which was held at Louis- piaudcd almost Letters. sentence by sentence. , . sovrrsl days last tosk with Mrs. ville a short limo ago. s moucsiy received many """gi' T. Mrs. Pearl Black, Mrs. Nannie Birris, Miss Ollie Baldwin entertained her shocks, as for J ti 'crse. in instanco when Col. Scott M. Brooks. Miss S. B. Brooks. Mr. Nath 1. i'liarlio O. Sharp, of Itouhrtillc, bridge club Friday. After a most spir- dclaml him to bo the greatest Circuit Broaddus, Mrs. Lillio May Burnam, Mrs Flowers auen iedtlie SbarjvCarr waddioy: here ited game and much talk about reor Judge lie had ever known, and nomi- Dolar Campl. Mt. TTollv flratl HT Win I . . II Alt .. . ganizing the club, ajlcllclous luncheon uaieu .mm r me Iror flowers Jjv: WrUnesday. in ior Appeals and Evins, ilr. Ben Francis, Mr. Hcnco Fox, was servod of old ham, turkey, creamed Minn fni rMAnAi iurioi I Til,A "r I. T Iiallard is able ts be out aftor oysters, biscuit, a ircc wevks coufbieBioat aad is or tho Everythingbeatendelightful cotrec, etc his lonr experience on the appellate Grohr Mr. John War! nn was and served in ueucu, inaae mm a competent witness ro: ts recovery. I . Harris.r Mr Fni.-TTni-i t . I uw,IIViI a truly hospitablo manner. ''Villi w..i,-! n 1A anil rir mat uc JW III ii.. lUromOSl , Ol.1 mo r .. M Miss M!livO A T.ano 11m T ,,l-C, G. Woods saont several days at . C rlt Miss Belle Bcnnott and Mrs. T. Jef mo oest circuit judges in the stale at I Crait Orchard last week enroute litmio ' "Wilt ' Snm m,bw,i, ! 1. ferson Smith were Richmond represen ll.io ........, ...... .1.- - wreun juuges were I Sinda Million T!iU lWnn. ""-tuu PlB. Parker. Mb. 'from Ivoutirillc fi tatives at tho Jubilee Missionary Meet 1 40-- 1 uyivr. iHO Uilliquei ClOSCd Snort- - l.nr Uillnr t rn T, n T Oldham, Mrs. W. G. Smith, Patella, Alaska ing, held in Louisville last week. There i iiuumgiii, uu was pronounced L. Quirin, Pastor University Chris. aad two diildrcn, aro tbe guests of Mrs. were over eight hundred present, and ono oi mo most Telephones 16 and 223 enjoyable tver hold at tlarl Churc street, Mrsi Mary Shearer, m. Laagiord this week. the occasion was one of tho most notable the df itol, butj as staled by Judge Ai J. Raney, Mrs. Annie Scrivner. Hrs. WjlHeirt fihsnks nnd Jftr. Mc ever held in tho Falls City. Miss Bern Barker, it was the first time "one had Thbmas Bbiith, col. Mr. Green Tillis, Our Grocery Department vyill have early VEGE.TA- TUbert. sf fclahfon!, nrt Bwls fi lUfe hel wiv k( tits ftftcr dittutr epUrj CVar ban lasitUrari' la n FWlcra " JaSUaT. IjfBde, tR8Wrt . Warasr, Jelm . " vl O ... ., 13 this gUlMl WMtfcil It slfCkl hfosf M.Ulll ... ffjl.-l- .. I.. . . ir I a- 3V ; I ' Sil . QUICK Great Tte Annual mm. Great Clearing ale Saturday, February Continued Till Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings ii 11 For Men and Boys 58 0 Sale 8 Too much stock is the cause of this Great Sacrifice We have cut the prices still lower. We need the CASH and the ROOM and for this reason down goes the prices Tobacco is low, but you will find our prices lower The J. 51 5 Home of Good Glothes Has begun at McKee's of this month and will continue the rest S. Stanifer, P:rop Richmond, Iky si J OWEN McK BE Richmond Climax. -- ENGAGEMENT One Big Fool But He Doesn't Live in Richmond Nor Read the Climax. A man in Connecticut gave a doctor, a specialist in catarrh, ,$50. to cure him of this common yet most obnoxious disease. Tho specialist gave him a bottle of medicine and told him to use it. The fool took tho medicine home, took one dose, put it on a sholf and madu no further effort to follow instructions. Threo months later with tho medicino still on tho shelf ho told a friend that the specialist was a fake: that ho had paid him 550 and still bad catarrh. Hyomoi won't cure catarrh if you don't brea'.he it; it will if you breathe it regularly. Furthermore, you don't need to give a catarrh specialist $50 to cure you of catarrh, for the specialist is yet to be born who can write abetter prescription than HYOMEI. ii. iu. flliddetton and druggists every where guarantee Hyomei to cure catarrh or money back. A complete outfit which consists of a bottle of Hyomei, .a hard rubber inhaler and simple instruc tions for use costs oniy $1.00. Separate bottles of Hyomei if afterwards needed costs Imrcar I 0 Z. Sv- - I sy's inters -- Thoreare a good many reasons fur e bilattt prkes. A dairyman told m milk was higher, becauso his cow jum. over-thmooa. ami he's as reasona'e some others I've heard. But there pbt with no excuse, because their can bo reached without a baloon, an-know whe I mean s ! t Lacke y & The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 62 Opera llouse Build. r; k4 "The Thief" urnams 'Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented ar Monday, Feb. 6 J but 50c. Assignee's Sale Richmond Steam Laundry, Richmond Kentucky The undersigned will offer at public sale at 10 a. m. FIRE, TORNADO BOND- xH Forms Office in Douglas & Simmons' Building March 6th, 19 H, on the premises, the Ttieh-mon- d Second Floor GALL AND SEE THEM a Steam Laundry, consisting of boiler, engine and various kinds of laundering machinery and appurtenances Machines will first be offered separately then as a whole and sold to the highest bidder. At the same time and place a lease on the building: running until December 31st, 1911 will be offered for sale. Terms announced at sale. Right is reserved to reject any and all bids. The Lamb You Get Here is real lamb, not the ynin mutton kind. If you vv:"t mutton 3'ou'll get it Young, Sweet and Mild, nnd you'll not f.i:I to come jigain. Everybody does. sonv- Successor to Douglas & Culton WEST MAIN STREET But we don't sell one for t':o other. Those who know n;;r meats Wst, like ihem rrst. Tr 1 1 Previlege is reserved to sell the above privately at any time prior to sale. J. H. DEAN, Assignee. j3-5- C. C. CULTON TELEPHONE 1- t 231 " Loom End at tlie .. - ! -- hf PERSONALS Busy Bee Will Be Continued 3-- 3-- One Week Longer on account of bad weather -- run m tlni China, Glassware, your spring Queensware and many beautiful designs Jardiniers, Pots and Vases OlOSaS - 1 1 come now and see thisexclusjve display Saturday, February 4th W1f . Ki .!,. .. .... " . "I pi. Sewell & McKlnney 42 North Second Street iir D. Oldham & Co vh UK f WfUm iaaHt, . . "lfnn tt'li in'", irH ii IHIWH tig an WaU.;M' atf w Mnpv www f i I - WtUV TT.1HW) lr. tl INHI CoL Willis Purchases a Real Fan "Do we want baso ball this summer! This question must bo answered one way or tho other within the next Last year was a disastrous one quit the financially and season owing a good-size- d sum of money. A largo part of this is duo the Richmond National Bank, and this .institution has recently tiled suit for its debt. This moans that unless immediate action is taken to mako satisfactory disposition of this debt the splendid park owned by tho Association will be sold and cut up into lots. A few men who aro interested in base ball and, who consider tho grounds worth a good sum above the debts have agreed to tako up all debts and hold the park in a way to guarantco baseball, provided the public shows, by coming forth with a capable business man to run the team tind enough money, 31,000.00 to 81200.00 to start the team going, that it wants baseball. Only the people who stop to think it over realizo what baso ball means .in ths summer to a small town like Richmond. Can anybody remember what we did on hot, summer afternoons beforo tho town had the ball' team! Did tho people sit around and cuss the heat or did they light out for seashore,- mountains or summer resort and thcro spend three times as much money for a two weeks outing that a whole season of real tiptop base ball costs? If wo had never "had this comparative ly economical form of amusement we might get along without it. But how, having gotten used to seeing these fine contests every day, can wo ever get along without them! We can't. The collapse of the tobacco pool may have been a disaster but tho passing of tho base b:ill team wouli be an engulfing calamity. Tilings would bo so dull around here that soon our popu lation would be as small as tho last census said it was and that reminds us of Danville, Middlcsboro and Winchester and some of those other .chesty towns. What would thoy say about it! "Richmond, that little old town that can't support a ball team. People there thought it was a fine thing until they lost a little money and then they howled liko kids and quit." Thats what thoy would say, if we give them a chance. But will we? It depends entirely upon whether or not a good man will come forward and agree to assume tho bur- ens which havo been borne in the past by Presidents Kclogg and Greenleaf, and whether or not tho general public ill subscribo enough money to start things goiug. At a meeting of tho League after the close of last season it was fullv rccog- ized by representatives from nil the towns that expenses had becomo tco high. That meeting resulted in an ironclad rule which will keep all teams ithin tho salary limit during tho com ing season, and, with good weather, it may be reasonably lexpectcd that the coming season will snow financial success for the Richmond team. Richmond is one of tho best drawing towns in the League and there is no reason why we should not get together and save the ball teum, our most heartful and entertaining medium of summer recreation. Tho present officers of tho Association aro now at work on tho details of plans for which will be submitted to tho public at a meeting to be announced later and which will bo held within tho next two weeks; and all persons in tho county and city who are interested in the preservation of base ball aro urged to make preparations to two-week- T Crab Orchard Writes Some Interesting Base Springs Together with Mr, Belli News for the People Robinson of Harrodsburg. of Richmond. ACT A ATT T A7T7 CT rUHT 1 If Santa Clans Brings will be wise to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. bfe this year Furniture You Want Come and Pick Out the Furniture for it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted BENNETT and Ci, III::: UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, XOSE Crab Orchard Springs has been sold to .Too B. "Willis, who has managed it for many years, and John Robinson, a capitalist, of Mercer county. J. his not d watering placo and sum mer resort enjoys" a national reputation, chiefly on account of tho excellent man agement of Col. Willis and his charming wife for tho past years. Tho purchase pneo was not given out. Tho springs were owned by a stock company and many offer, havo been turned down of lato years by tho owners. Tho new purchasers will spend a goodly sum in making some needed improvements and will modernize the hotels and grounds in many ways. Tho friends of Col. and Mrs. Willis in Madison county are more than pleased to learn of Iho purchase. Ho is one of the most popular men who ever resided in Madison and mado a great roputa tion as sheriff of this county. In tho deal tho Kcoley rights are also purchased tmd Dr. Dick, the physician who has been in chargo of this depart ment, will remain. This will be good news to many who know the doctor. With the improvements that Col. Wil lis expects,) o begin at onco on, the hotels and grounds will bo as beautiful and modern in t'very particular as it is pos sible to mako them. Ma and Pa Willis, as they arc known to their hundreds of friends, enjoy about as wide an acquaintance as any other two people in the country. Col, ON SUITS AND DVEHC0AT2 0 price you buy a guaranteed 18.00 or 20.00 Kenton handmade Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat a combination of fine material and high class tailoring for only $13.50 Think it over All profits have been wiped out, and in many cases first cost has been entirely disregarded in our determined effort to sell every piece of winter clothing in stock. More than Fifteen Hundred Suits and Overcoats remain to be sold, and nothing Short of Desperate Price Cutting will clean up a stock of such magnitude. These are the causes that force us to make prices that are seemingly unreasonable $16 ' i All our finest Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats, that sold at 22.50 and 25.00, this season's newest styles; the famous Kenton make, elegant fabrics and finest workmanship choice of ail for $J6,50 At this If v3II1QKei Cuban Star, Masonic 5c Squire Did It Squire Dykes tied the nuptial knot in tho county clerk's office last Saturday between Andy Robinson Und Flossie Smith. The young couple hail from the Bcrea neighborhood. Messrs. Edward Stockton and NichoRichmond, Ky las Uarbt r went to Waco Saturday 0they assisted the Masonic lodge at that place in conferring the is the time to purchase your Entered Apprentice Degree on several rr.es Covington & Thorpe will candidates. p- i ou a discount of ton per cent, for Resigns Position. tf. Dr. Howard Cook has resigned his T Ladies Aid Society of the Raptist ') ask those not having received position at the Perry drug store, but has -to whom they are due, to call not yet decided just where ho will loElectric light oflico and get same. cate. Dr. Cook is a capablelpharmacist and has nade many friends during his short stay in Richmond who will regret tnoito is "The highest prico for exceedingly his leaving. ' Madison tobacco warehouse. a IJIdg. ra - and THROAT mimi m that sold for 15.00, Many of them 16.50 and J7.00. Choice of all $8.50 Astonishing values in good 5uits and Overcoats. As honest inside as out, they wear and satisfy. Former price 1250, now $850 Model Wins. The basket ball team of the Model school defeated tho Caldwell High school team last Thursday by tho scoro of 15 to 13. Tho teams arc about evenly matched and there is much rivalry. A Good One. Kentons nothing like them ever $7.50 These were strong values at now cut to $7.50 1 U Known Here. - ' :i Ed C. Fox who committed sui-hi- s home in Clarke county last was well known here, but was r .ved to any of the Madison coun-.- 0 b that name. He was an un- J hn Fox, Jr., the noted author. Notice stand my Silver Creek Red Boar c m home on Rig Hill avenue at Monev duo when service is ren- I e- c r I Judge Gets It have for sale some nice shoats . c wugh for service. Judge James Ronton gets tho W. R. Turlcy of being the first Judge to sentence v Rig Hill Ave. a o prisoner to be electrocuted in Ken tucky. It is Charles Howard, who was New Agent convicted of murder in tho Franklin cir V' Willis Moores, of the Climax cuit court last week. Howard has been s the new agent here for the taken to the Eddyvillc branch of the On account of his . 2e Times. state penitentiary where all electrocu-,: ability he was selected from a tions will take place. " m of applicants by that paper to here. Call him its interests Wonderful. A Sick Man. Harry Schroedor, the genial . man and renowned baker, is a sick A on account of being unable to to has asked the County Judge o permit to go to the County Infirm- zt a few months. This will bo re-- J by his many friends with regret :.cy hope for his speedy recovery. Manager Baxter has just closed a deal for "The Thief to bo presented at the Richmond opera house or next Monday evening ths ICth. This is a powerful play and one which mado tho theatre More Money. going public of Chicago and New Rural Carriers out of the Richmond its presence for a season at each posteflicc arc rejoicing over a raise in place. salary, 'jrhich has just been made bv Congress. It will give them 81,000, an New Store. increase of $100 on the years work. Car.Thomas Lcdford has opened up a 5, riers hero are Steve Ilaynes, No. 1; 10 and 25 ct store in the building on Robert Hurst, Xo. 2; James White, Xo. Main street formerly occupied by Cut 3 and L. O. Moores, No. 1. Rate Grocery No. 1 and will havo a large If you have not sold your tobacco, take stock of this, class of merchandise. Mr. it to the Madison Warehouse where the Led ford is so well known that ho will no top prices prevail. Thcro's a reason, tf doubt command a good sharo of the public patronage. sold before for $10.50 0.00, York-deman- d Good Overcoats Pants at for 31.00 $1.00 Choice Boys' Suits Fine stylish knee pants 5uits in all sizes, cut to the limit $8 for 5.50; 6.00 for 450; 5.00 for 3.75; 4.00 for $2.75 it be sold. 1 8.00--choi- ce $5J 00 5mall assortment of Overcoats from last season, quality first class, they must full length and weight-bu- t lucky if 5izes 30 to 34 waist. Fine all wool Cassimers and Worsteds, former prices 2.50 to 5.00, broken lots that must be closed out. Trying Job. Auctioneering at tho big Richmond loose leaf tobacco warehouses is about you get one Former prices 12.50 to now for 35. You're Coats Sweater the newest styles. For Men and Boys. All Boys' Suits at 1.50 5izes 4 to 7 years, good quality but a little out of style. Worth 4.00 to 5.00, choice for $ .50 1 $250 for $150; $150 tor$l;$l for 75c; 50c for 39c the toughest job yet, but Long Tom Chenault and Jesse Cobb arc developing into wonders. Even Mr. B. B. Million getting onto the turns. Recently when his regular auctioneer was ill, ho took hold of .tho situation and tho buyers claim ho performed wonderfully. Notice is hereby given that tho county . board of Eloction Commissioners will attend." county clerks office on meet at tho Trim Trees. Thursday February 2nd, at 10 a. m., to Judge Shackelford has taken in select tho officers fqr tho registration sell New Business. and with arf expert to have and election to bo held 1'cb. Itli, anu the shado trees in tho court house yard -J B. Walker, who recently retired Crowded. March 3rd, respectively as tho Local trimmed in the most scientific manner. fr d the Ladies Furnishings business, ; ; Kentucky State Normal option questions. All persons interested Ho will personally superintend tho The All h- -i Mken a position with the Richmond is certainly crowded with pupils. Sixty- - arc notified to submit in writing lists of work and seo that not even a single twig ; ; T arra Warehouse and his presence eight counties aro represented' and Sul qualified persons to bo appointed such is unnecessarily cut off. t: - doubt add greatly to the prestige livan HaL and memorial Halls are taxed olliccrs. 11 : c s concern. He is an expert on the Bluegrass Leaguers. to their capacity to accommodato the AH Invited. tf j ;nd enjoys a wide acquaintance in students. Between one and two hun Gather Angcmier, lato of Frankfort, for t" ..t'.iern section of tho county. One of tho biggest mass meetings the pitcher Toney, boarding in tho city. dred students are of Winches; : for over held will ter, aro among tho men named by Boss At this timo of the year, tho country growers of this county Will He? : schools are out and prospective teachers probably tako place at tho court House Charley Murphy of klhe Chicago Cubs, for the cround hog see his shadow come now and remain until the term next Saturday. It is in tho interest of who will bo taken to New Orleans for -for for is row' that is the question that closes in July so as to be ready for the the cut out plan, but an invitation is ex- the spring training. Sixteen pitchers -g the minds of the peoplo all schools which generally begin in Aug tended to evcrygrowor in tho county, and four catchers aro in the first list of According to the ust. se country. r, cut outer or non-cpooler, Cubs who will go, and they will leave :cr prophets, the 2nd is to be a cold outer. Everyono is cxpccicu ana urgeu arly in February. To The Country. equally day, and if this is the case to bo present. It is the most important of winter is broken and An Old One. Mr. A. D Miller and family aro mov subject that has been before the farmers t;reas will cease his high antics, ing this week to the Scanlan farm on in years. It, is hoped that Mr. ara Dr. i . G. White is stiil in possession the ground hog legend is said the Lexington piko and ho will become Hcadley, of Princeton, will bo hero to of a revolving desk chair which his hundreds of years old, and is fast a real fanner in connection with his du make an address. All pledge books now mother presented to him twenty-fiv- e its prestige with the people, yet ties at tho Climax office. Mr. Miller has in tho hands of growers are expected to ears ago as a Christmas gift, and ho r3 ere some who firmly believe in its leased a tract of one hundred acres ad bo turned in at this mecting- prizes it about as much jis anything he U;r:.ings from year to year. Ho claims that the new possesses. joining the homo and will try his hand Road Completed. fanglcd chairs of this kind aro very un- at raising fine hogs and chickens. Ho He Gets 'Em. English & Co., lumber dealers, havo comfoitablo and last week ho sent for will be assisted by Mr. Charles Miller, L r.tisay Rlanton, ie coal dealer, formerly with the firm of Arnold, Ham just completed tno building of a narrow tho old chair, which has been at his To James Benton, By Complete their Tedious Task. li.uZJbo recognized by the Carnegie ilton & Luxon. The romaimng portion gauge railroad, which runs from their oflico in Louisville, and installed it at And His Boat Are 5afe And the Press and Bar of Will Have one Day's SesCommission. Although he has of theScanlan farm has beon leased by lumber camp in Owsloy county a uis- - his desk in the Climax office. His Friends and Relatives never saved a human life, ho has pre- Mr. Wm. Asher. Frankfort. tanco of ten miles, connecting with the sion on the 1 1 th. Here are Greatly Deaths. vented several runaways of late. This main road at tho Ida May Coal mines A former Jladison county resident, Relieved. n:r.'h he has stopped three from serious MadUcn county shares in the high in Lee county. Mr. Bert English, of Elks Busy. The Board of County Superviiorjjud-journc- d .r zr; if not death, to themselves as Ave., this city is Manager of who has helped to mako the state of honor that has just been paid Judgo J. Woodland last Friday after their arduous w:j as other property. He seems to be Next Friday evening will bo a gala tho concern. The company has enough Illinois, is dead at tho ago of eighty by the Press and bar of duties of examining several hundred We Tim "iinboat AYhcelins. in command II. Benton for the Richmond Lodge of Elks for near when a frightened horse one timber to require fivo years in which to four. Mr. Jas. . Quinn passed away of Capt. Carlo II. llrittain, has arrived Frankfoit, for ho is a product of this property owners, and going .over each candidates who stirs to make a dash. Several days about a dozeD young tho mysteries of a get tho product to tho markets and is at his homo near Shirloy, Illinois last safely at her destination in Cuba, and county, nnd ono of whom sho is justly namo on lists of Madison county tax Ijo stopped a team belonging to havo ncter been thru proud. Gov. "Willson, realizing tho im payers. Many increases were mado and ono of tho most valuable in tho Ken week. Deceased was born in this coun bo shown thru tho tho falso rumors sent out that sho was &. Himrins at a great risk to secret order, will tucky jnountains. The new road cost ty in 1627 and moved to Illinois in 1853. blown up at sea, cannot bo accounted portance of tho special session of tho several lists were cut down artd the final evening will and Wednesday he stopped a degress of Elkdom. Tho rrunklin circuit court which was to be recapitulation will not bo known until about $40,000 to complete Tho largest He was widely known and was ono of for by tho war department. frantically thru close with a big banquot in honor of the portion of tho limber will bo used the wealthiest men in tho county which that was runninc held tho last two weeks in January, cat tho Uth, when tho Board will havo a n Several On account of liis wife and son being his oyo around for circuit Judgo who new members. ho resided so long. Along lino of do- t".? crowded streets making staves for whiskey barrels. ono day meeting to ratify its work. Elks are jxpected and the newly organ rcsido in Kentucky as well as here at the homo of her parents, Mr. couW interpret tho law, and ho very Mr. Win. Hunlcy. a member of the ccndeiits lialdwin, all tho more wisely preparing for a rich musi Here. ized choir is Of Interest Estill Timber. Illinois. His wife was Miss Ill'uaboth and Mrs. Thomas selected Judgo Benton. Board and Deputy Assscssor Juno Baxlor the cal program. Exalted liuler, K. u. xer-The decision of Judge Benton in th Dozier, of this county, to whom he was auxioty was felt in Richmond The Frankfort Journal says: "Judgo ter arc now going over tho lists for the The Frankfort News says: A fleet of Fans, aro hoping to Franklin court last week whore ho holds marrlud in 1850 and many of the oldest safety of its commander. Mrs. Iirittaiu, Benton, of Winchester, who presided as and Secretary e'zhtecn rafts of fine white oak timber rill purpose of making the recapitulation. Joe G;iley 12 1-- 2, make thii ono of thj biggest nights in that "tho purchasing of the F. & O. rail residents now living will likely remem who has been quite sick, is recovering special judge at tho January term of arrived from Millers Creek, Estill coun A very noticeable raise by the Board hopes to join her husband tho Franklin Circuit Court, which closed local lodge. rapidly, and history of the road by the L. & N. is not in restraint ber this couple. Mart, Bogie 11 yesterday for the Eversole Lumber tho was in tho assessment oT the East was Miss as soon as possible. Sho of trade," will bo read with interest yesterday, made a most romarkable convoy of the gasoline CVs property in this Telephone C;.pany, under K. of P. Banquet Mayme Baldwin hoforo her marriage to record. 'Slu amount of business that ho All Held. hero and disappointment. Tho condiBasil. The Eversole mill, which county. This corporation listed its The members of Normal City Lodge Capt. Brittain. Paris, is the disposed of in less than four weeks was property in Madison county at about In tha County Court last Tuesday tions at Erankfort and down in November, will open up No. 1(2, Knights of Pythias, aro making is The war department all along gave enormous and surprising; and tho over S11.000, but tho supervisors just doubled frrthe season on Wednesday, and as afternoon Tice Shelton, charged with samo in Richmond. Competition two the extensive preparations, for a great feast or rumors. Tho Annapolis greatly trade and town without Wm. from l:s entcrnrisinz concern workswages, tho murder of Mrs.withoutPigg was held life of competing a railroads is seriously and banquet at their lodge rooms on little stress to tho in the city whero tho loaded docket was man andrelieved. Ho- this amount. The company was notified Capital, published an indofatl- to appear beforo the Board, but thoy bail and his more is a conscientious twenty-fiv- e to the grand jury to thirty men at fair & A. Thursday night, February 2nd. Several has tho folindustrial fea wife Rebecca Shelton was released on handicapped. Of course tho L.compe candidates will bo inducted into the nnval academy is located, a news item gablo worker. Ho is ono of tho best failed to do so. it is no small item in tho was a lowing in connection with lawyers and judges in tho state. Ilis tures of the citv. Tho loss brought y,ar nmi rpentrnizance on the same wai a small road, but it It is tho opinion now that the increaso Tho slow unpro- - mysteries of tho rank of Esquiro and concerninx the rumor of tho vessel's mind is always clear and absolutely im- in iho total amount of taxable property L. & A. to arrive chargo. Mount Pigg, Brack Murrell titor dewn yesterday are the first splendia timo is assured boing blown up: "Tho Captain of tho of tho Southern and Knigfltandn partial. IIo" is quick without being will not be near as much as was frcm the upper stream sinco last sum- andDavoBolin were also released on gressive movements 11. Brittain, who was all those who attend. Several State, hasty, icsoluto without tho slightest towed by their own rocognizanco on the chargo of C. N. O. & T. P., aro mainly rcsponsi' ofliccrs and prominent speakors have Wheeling is Carlo mer, and another fleet being in, comjnand of the battleship had acquired the touch of severity, and unfailingly the Belle, is expected hero within a few malicious shooting and wounding and ble. If either of these Hit the Mule. Paris extended an invitation and have ex of tho summer squadron at and courteous. and Gcorgo Murrell wore L. & A. and F. & 0. Richmond, days, consigned to the same firm. Wm. Pigg An olabor. nnval ncademv last year. Capt. Brit was and Frankfort would be benefitted won pressed a dosire.to bo thcro. his slay hero ho won tho ad Loroy Estill, a harmless looking negro Durini; held under bond of S3U0, which ato program consisting of choico musi- tain was the first officer to bring a bat- miration, even the affection, of all who but from his actions it would seem ho case occupied almost the derfully. For Pike Work. Bids he given. cal selections, toasts, speeches, oto., tleship inlo this harbor and turn her camo in contact with him, and all the was a bnd ono when riled up, was before many witnesses on both Notice is hereby given that W. R. entire day and Beloved Priest havo "been arranged for tho occasion. around, as ho did the JIassachousotts membem of the bar, the court officials, Judge Shackelford last Thursday morn and last June, a nautical feat that had been Shackelford. County Judge, as directed sides were examined,. Covington papers contain many ; no- - Following is a list of the speakers jurors and litigants universally praise ing on a charge of taking a shot at a. fel.i .. -. cI by the Fiscal Court, will receive at some of the subjects assigned them: Here. declared to bo impossible in theso him. Tho banquot tendered him by tho low negro whom ho claims had applied an Give Space Hf. nf the celeoraiion Ol His ouver his ofQce up to and including February lion. R. L. Slade, Grand Chancellor waters." Mr. Baldwin telegraphed tho barThuidiiy night was a splendid Ryan, pastor of St. unsavory name to him, the bullet miss The lecal bill boards in Richmond, Jubilee by iFather Covington, and who of Koiituoky Own selection. Cth, at 5 p. m.. sealed written proposals wnr ripnnriment to notify Capt. Brit- tfto cstoom in which he is ing its mark and striking a valuable operated by Man- Anno church, West or napped stone, slate and gravel of ap- which are owned and Hoti. A. O. Byers. Lexington, History tain's family here of nny developments. hold by f,hoso who.know him here. Hu mule belonging to James Nc.ilo. He Grand Opera house, was formerly pastor of St. Mark's Cath proved quality and siro to be spread ager Bax(er, of the will be and purposes of Order. Tho gunbout landed safely at 11 o'clock is withaJi una of the most able, best. was also charged with carrying conceal with an immense olic church, here. Tho Priest McDougle, Why I Am s Saturday morning and a telegram was upon the various sections of turnpikes will shorllf bo covered rcmemberqd hore by many outside of Rev. E. O. equipped, and brightest of all tho men ed weapons. The prisoner plead guilty reading and illusla Madison county, with sufficient dirt. display of attractive rucelved hero from tho department at who adorn ;the bench. to the charge and received a fine of of tho fight his congregation as. a gentleman of tho K.ot to hold same in place, for the year lVU trations in tho interest Hon. O. P. Jacksou Why I Am Not. three, thus showing how promptly Undo Jubileo in $100 and thirty days in jail for the shoottuberculosis in this country. tntrlies- - rank. The Silver I!i:K tn ha mmln hv the rod spread on against 3ood Shows. ' Catholic church is celebrated on the aKifP. Sam looks after matters of this sort. A ing and a stilT fine for carrying concealBy an or.ier from the National Organiz- the Hoii. Grant E. Lilly Fraternity. P.ke at times and places to be designat fiiw hours after tho message from Wash anniversary of ordination twenty-fift- h The vuudovillo program at the Grand ed weapons. .The animal was hit in tho ation, of, which Manager Baxter is a Amount not ed by Road Supervisor. Dr.! II. G. Sandlln Suspensions. Iitston, came a telegram from Capt Opora Ilbuiio has beon eiceptioHally fine leg and It may rondcr it practically use the country will tn tho niicsthood. Tho corcmonics to exceed appropriation hereafter to be m ember: lall boards in Rev. F. M. Tinder, Lancaster Se. lVrittaln to his wife that he was safo the past! wick. There has been ono or less. Kstill shot at John Dillingham, tho 2lth of last month, use this ieries of bills. It was donated took place ian made. Also ditching by the rod. and sound. Ryi.n was also pastor at 'Win Iecteii. two attractions that merited, eoasider wka is employed by Mr. TcaJa. ami who successful by the National organization and will no Father v i , . TCimumII - "Tha Slow Draff. Contracts to be made with graduated of mdlt kkeh. able HttMtjicHi. Tn bad onc are over vrm hrclMvrg of sve a great nctp in oommums ohester for; many years. H li Call mi CoVinaltMi & Thorpe let ire Cob' doubt J; bidders with njjoved fcccilrity A.JO, MI Good Mglit. , ttiwyi UUlferj t(Wfc IM MfNM Hal seed from St. w mi ne7 umbmmii te4ia trust to be Jot W loWWl anil Vsit Md With th dreadful dtie&tc tht hM MM Wife fUlNruW4 M 'tk ft hld 8tt ttt kHHM Hfiftiri hmm a r tiation at the armory, say it was the grandest spectacle they ever beheld. They say with a little training the local degrco te.im could equal the team of Merrick Lodge, which conferred the degrees tit. Louisville. Madison county has somu of the brightest Odd Fellows in the state. Sheriff McCord sold a handsomo pair of mules last week to a dealer in Taze Messrs. R. Juctt, John Stone and Ed well, Tcnn.. for $500. .Mr. W. II. Parks Warford, who went to Louisville last and Mr. McCord attended tho big Duroc iniweek to witness the big Odd Fellow They hog salo at Loxiugton last week. are both fanciers of this breed.- Lowest Prices Ever Made on Shoes Badly overstocked on Men's and Boys' Footwear, and prices are cut below reasonable limits on all styles in winter weights Hats Bound to sell Hats hence these greatly Stetsons JO per cent. off. All others prices. 1 I $5 for 3.50; 3.50 for 2.50; 2.50 for J.75; 2.00 for 1.45; J.50 for 1.15; $1 for 79c Notice oys Shoes double soles $4.50 grades $3.15 5.00 grades $4.00 grade 2.75 350 grades $3.50 grades 3.00 grades Good 2.50 shoes Walk Over Shoes Beacon Shoes Bootees We Boys' Shoes at very small profits, and 1.55; 1.50 for $1.20 $3.35 3.85 at these reduced prices they are great bargains $2.50 for 1.85; 2.25 for 1.75; 2.00 for Lace Boots $2.75 2.35 2.05 $6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 $4.50 3.85 3.10 2.85 Terms Cash to One and All non-poole- ut Banks Have You Sold BEST SERVICE 3-4, 4 A Capt. Brittain High Honor Supervisors Jude II-t- YOUR TOBACCO? Prices on All Grades Much 5tronger are Ready to 5erve You .ys Open Dsy and Night BEST LIGHT 17, 1-- Here are some of our recent sales: 1G 1-- 20. This crop averagel S15.S2. 15 1-- Tcn-ness- 4, 13 2, 4, 7 1-- 2, 14 3-- 4, S, 7 1-- 4 t- -g s'-i- " Vladlson Tobacco Warehouse Co, Incorporated ' nevet-tho-les- s. Depot Richmond, Ky Massa-cheusett- s, imper-turbab- la You Never Saw Anything Like It The way our cougli syrup cures.auil cures to stay cured, the most obstinate cases of coughs and colds is a suprisc and a delightful surprise to ' all who try it. For your owe sake, not merely because we ask you, you ought to-- try a bottle today and thus gain tfe immediate relief fro cough or cold that is MWtkiay your life misrb& ol It' ma kh te? H !Ever A Perfect Bookcase 1KB Watchful. . Winchester For Sale. Few thousand second hand brick. J. D. King & Son" 219 Moberly" avenue. tf Dan H. Brock, life, firo and accident tf insurance. "NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial of-- ef-fe- :ts Not only from an artistic standpoint, but also from the utility side of the question. No matter what style of finish you desire, or what space you wish to fill, there's a case" for every place. A Little Care Will Save Many Is Still to Have Just one "Wet Precinct, Says 'Court of ' Richmond Readers Future ' Appeals. Trouble. Scott's Emulsion A Handsome -f v Persian Lamb Given Away by f rl - A 1 Concerning tho local option situation "Watch the kidney secretions. Barn bills and ail kinds rough lumber is probably tho Sco that thoy havo tho amber hue of ill Winchester, which in oak, poplar and pine. Tobacco sticks most unique in tho country, tho Demo Poplar laths. "Write, health; crat says: . Tho, discharges not execssivo of inJ. A. Stevexs, v frequent; , Contains no ','hrick-lus- t liko" sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for you. They watch the kidneys and cure them when thoy're sick. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill street, Lancaster; Ky., says: "I never fail to praiso Doan's Kidnoy Pills when I havo the opportunity. I havo uovor been without a supply of this remedy in the house .for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses always, brings prompt relief. For some timo I suffered from kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and from this I knew that my kidnoys wero disordered. At that timo it was my good fortuno to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and through their use my kidnoys wero restored to a normal condition. jW eale by all dealers. Piice 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- u Co., Buffalo. New Yoik, sole agents for the United Winchester prcsonls iho rather unique, sjicotaclo of liquor being legally sold in a small portion of its territory, while it is not allowed to bo sold in other parts. Several years ago tho local option law allowed a vote on the liquor question by precincts. There aro fivo voting precincts in tho city limits and several of thorn would voto dry if tho question should bo presented of having saloons in them, whilo ono or more favor it. For that reason tho liquor advocates, a num ber of years ago secured a vote on tho question in North Winchester and eourl houso precincts. Tho wets won in, tho first precinct but lost out in tho latter,' and since that timo saloon license has been granted and liquor legally sold in North Winchester precinct or "George town" as it is called. In 1909 an effort was mado to vote whisky out of tho city entirely, but con trary to the expectations of tho temper anco neonle tho citv went "wet by a decided majority. Some timo after, Messrs. Brown and Proctor, tho owners of tho Brown Proc- tona Hotel, asked for license for a sa loon in that building, on the ground that as tho city as a whole had voted for it was legal fp establish saloons anywhere in the city. Tho license was refused and tho matter was carried to the Circuit Court and from there to the Court of Appeals. Tho higher court on Friday affirmed tho action of the lower court. The Court of Appeals, holds that tho local option election of 1909, when the whole city went "wot" did not affect tho precincts that went "dry" in tho 1899 election when each precinct voted separately and that these "dry" precincts must voto separately on the liquor ques tion before tho result of 1899 can bo changed. as-lx- Macey . Sectional Bookcases are made m thirty sizes of sections n six standard graddes and finishes. It's the one bookcase above all others. Start today with a sectional book case that will row with your library. Add a section as requirements demand. The Macey Sectional Bookcase is absolutely dust doors. proof and is fitted with You can't bjjy a better bookcase there's none better made. 5top in tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good bookcase non-binding in a very short time. It not only builds her upr but enriches the mother's W. T. Hicks, Richmond, Ky. milk and properly nourtf Money to Loan on Good Farm ishes the child. Lands. Nearly all motherswho Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In Co., will loan money at 5 pel surance should cent interest on good improved farm nurse their children Mortgage. lands on take this splendid food-toniApply to J. C Chonault, Atty. Richmoud.Ky. not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their m n i c, if Lumber For Sale. Mrs.J.M.Barlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery Cos 5tore A coupon given with each purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat. Every thing in our line to be sold at cost, not to quit business, but to continue with a new line. This sale is now on and will continue until everything is sold mm i i children. T. JR. Pennington Dentist. rOB SALE B7 AIX DBCOOISTa 10c, name of paper and tMi mi. tor oar be MM Satloi Bank and Child". Sketch-BooEach blink contain! a Good Lock Penny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. New York Offico next door to Governmenl build ig Richmond, Ky. 8d vMsObfi TBA3Z MARK V lust Received Load of a Car For Sale .Lot in Burnamwood Apply 70x170 feet Lumasi & Higgins Furniture, Carpets, 5toves. R. K. STONE tf States. Reinember the name Doan's and Notice to Creditors. persons having claims against Ledford & Sowers, of Valloy View, Ky., will please present thorn properly verified according to law on or beforo February 15th, 1011. Jess Carr, Valley View, Ky. AH Jack Sale 3 Fine Jacks 1 IITS and Jennet in foal to fine Jaok. will be sold publicly, ne:ct Court Day, in Richmond, Now is the take ro other. First Money for Pool. Opp. Hotel Glyndon West Main Street About SSOO.OOO from tho proceeds of sales of the 1909 pooled tobacco was dis tributed among the growers in Jho different counties by tho BurloyTobacco Socioty last Saturday. This payment is estimated by the society officials to bo about 20 percent, of tho amount tied up in tho pool, and was the first money which has ever been received by the poolers from tho crops which tho consigned to the socioty in 1909. frier jiti votfet llJJIllJIUYOtfltK 1 1 I U 1 hi I 1 Malleable Ranges the-be- st Union E Sm Al L mm Union Made - monia always results from a cold, but you nover heard of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. Why take the risk wnen mis rcmeuy may oe nau tor a trifle? For salo by Stockton & Son. louaro probably awaro that pneu Nearly the entire sum of about $800, 000. was paid to Kentucky growers, and although it will be but a small part of tho enormous amount so long tied up in the pool, it is in the aggregate a consul erable sum, aud is believed will giv w ear horn:er ;very look Better air Guaranteed V ELDE Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored Wear Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in .suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from ' some relief to the financial situation many localities, and that tho $SOO,000 in cash will havo perceptible influence on Advice Concerning: Stomach the business of the state. This SSOO.OOO Troubles and How to by no means represents tho entire pro Remedy Them. cceus or the sales xrom tho IWJ pool up to dato, and while the Burloy Society declines lo state just how much of the Do not neglect indigestion which leads pooled tobacco has been sold, or when to all sorts of ills and complications. another division of proceeds will bo iVn eminent doctor once said that ninety- made, it is understood that a second five per cent of all the ills of the human distribution will be ordered before long, body havo their origin in a disordered liow to cure a cold is a question in stomach. A physician who made a specialty of which many aro interested just now Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won stomach troubles, particularly dyspep its great reputation an immense sale sia, after years of study perfected the by its remarkable euro of colds. It can formula from which Rcxall Dyspepsia always bo depended upon. For sale by Tablets are mado. Our oxperienco with Uoxall Dyspepsia Stockton & Son. Tablets leads us to believe them to bo ftS frir&ii &&&& h&&r the greatest remedy known for the rea lief of acuto indigestion and chronic farm News dyspepsia. Their ingredients are sooth ing and healing to the inflamed memItems of Interest to The Farbranes of tho stomach. Thoy are rich mer, the Grower and the in pepsin, ono of tho greatest digestivo Stockman. aids known to medicine. The rohef they afford is almost immediate. Their JvciuucHy win nave an extensi vo ex use with persistency and regularity for liibit at the National Corn Show at Col a short timo brings about a cessation of umbus, O., January 30 to February ll tho pains caused by stomach disorders. through arrangements completed by the Ilexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure College of Agriculture of Strto Tnivcr- - hoalthy appetite, aid digestion and provcrsity. Besides tho exhibition of corn mote nutrition. As evidence of our growing, tho exhibit will also include sincere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tab the culture and manufacture of tobacco lets, wo ask you to try them at our risk. and hemp. Tho varied specimens havo If they do not givo you entire satisfac already been shipped to Columbus, to tion, wo will return you tho money you be put in shape for tho opening of the njiid us for them, without question or show. The hemp exhibit will includo formality. They como in three sizes, a practical demonstration of its hand prices 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00, ling from sowing tho seed through all Remember you can'obtain them only at cf tho processes of culture and manu our store, tub ucxait store, u. a. facturc to tho finished products. Tho Pjrry, Richmond, Ky. tobacco exhibit will bo along tho same Startling. lines. reference will be given to tho plant breeding investigations, Mr. Farmer you can secure the Breed which are conducted by the Experiment tho leading paper of Station hero. Capt. Thomas F. Bryant er"s Gazette and section, Tho Climax, for tho ridicu of tho College of Agriculture, will install this and lake charge pf the exhibit. lously low price of 81.95. Can you beat When her child is in danger a woman it! Hurry as this offer is limited by will risk her life lo protect it. No great tho publishers of both papers. act of heroism or risk of life is necessary For Sale. to protect a child from croup. Give Two good milch cows, frosh in Fcbru Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and all o wagon. ary, and ono goou danger is avoided. For salo by Stock Lyman Parrish. ton & Son. f lm m al two-nors- Causes 95 Per Cent Diseases stock must be sold . Can be seen at Wm. Martin's stable, Aro your hogs worth 5 conts per head! Main street, Sunday, Feb. 6, of Vo guarantee or address Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy time to call and inspect this wonderful Range, which thousands of users declare is Monday, Feb, 6, f on account of workmanship, small amount of at Ll o'clock, on First Street. fuel used and unsurpassed cooking qualities. Ask This is a dissolution sale and Richmond users. Don't forget that we will giv Hog Raisers to keep hogs healthy and free from easo for 5 conts per head per month. dis- - It Combs & Dennis College Hill, Ky. New residence in Bur tf J. Stone. 0 per cent Off for Cash on All Heating Stoves This Week Only 1 cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulates tho Appetite, aids Digestion and causes FOR SALE hogs to fatten very rapidly. This reme dy is uscdand endorsed by leading hog nanwood. cn'scrs throughout the country. Come in and let us tell you about it. D. B. Perry's Drug Store. 2- -t Order For Election. Madison County Court Shackelford k Co. :SOT: For Sale. January Term Jan. 2nd, 1011. Court met & O. Two pure bred Poland China boars, weight about 125 and 225 pounds. Hon. W. R. Shackelford Judge presiding Extra good stock. John A. llorshon and 405 others Ml-3- t Roy C. White. On Petition vs order. Comu to Owen JIcKcc, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. . tf, Notice of Dissolution of Cor poration. Nolico is hereby given that the Rich mond Steam Laundry (incorporated) has made a deed of assignment to the under signed, and also by consont in writing of tho owners of a majority of its shares of stock, agreed to closo its business and wind up its affairJand the undersigned has been duly appointed Liquidating Agent. All debts and demands against the said corporation must bo presented to mo within 30 days or same will bo barred. J. II. Dean, Assignee. February Weather. jNYrw ' and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., .it lowest prices for high class goops. Mats Fine Line New Style touffer The New Idea Manure Spreader A Manure Pulverizer A Manure Distributer Without a Cos: orXIutch According to tho weather prognosti- cators this month is to come in with very cold wave. 1st to 2nd cold and squally, 3rd lo 4th cold and pleasant, 5th to Oth cold and cloudy, 7th to 8th snowstorm, 0th 10th cold and squally, 11th to 12th moderating, to 15th snowstorm, lGlh lo 17th cold wave, 18lh lo 19th moderating. On tho 20th storm will form over tho lower Mississippi valley and movo northward. 21st to 23rd cloudy with rain and snow. 24th Notice to Creditors. and 25th pleasant; On tho 2Gth a storm Ophelia McKinny admtrix of will form over tho Gulf states and move Plaintiff up tho Atlantic coast, 27th to 29th rain A. D. McKinny vs turning to snow. If you haven't a good . Defendant forecast, clip this one. It is from tho Goorgo McKinny it etc All persons having claims against the best forecaster in the country, made es cstato of A. D. McKinny aro hereby pecially for tho Climax readers. notified to filo samo with the under Here Is A Remedy That Will signed on or beforo February 21st, 1911. Properly verified or samo will be barred. Cure Eczema Given under my hands this January 21. "We Prove It., 1011. Why waste timo and money experimenting with greasy salves and such, trying to drive tho eczema germ from underneath the skin when II. L Perry guarantees Zemo, a clean liquid prcpara t ion for external use to rid tho skin of the germ life that causes the trouble? Ono application will roliovo the itching and often times ono botllo is sufficient to euro a minor case of eczema. In over 2,000 towns and cities in America, tho leading druggist has tho agency for Zemo and ho will tell you of tho marvelous cures mado by this clean, simple treatment. Zemo is recognized us tho cleanest and most popu Iar treatment for eczema, pimples, dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on our recommendation? Perry's Drug Store. . II. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. Make This Test How to Tell if Your Hair is Diseased. Even if you havo a luxuriant head of hair you may want to know whether it is in a healthy condition or not. 98 per cent, of tho people need a hair tonic Pull a hair out of your head; if ihe bulb at the end of tho root is whilo and shrunken, it proves that the hair is and requires prompt ntteu tion if its loss would bo avoided. If the bulb is pink and full, tho hair is healthy. We want everyone whoso hair 310- -, quires treatment to try Rcxall "03" Ilair Tonic. We. promise that: noc cost anything if it'does not givo sittt factory results. It is designed "to over come dandruff, relieve scalp irrilation,-ds-eas.e- d, , ll It appearing to tho court that the written petition filed herein was and is South Bound. signtdbya number of legal voters of No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives tho city of Richmond, Ky. ,viz. 37C legal voteis equal to and in excess of 25 per t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De cent of the number of votes cast at the last election in said city, as has been parts 0:30 a. m. heretofore in this case ordered and ad No. 1. Versailles to Bcattyvillo .Tunct. judged, came the voters on this next Arrives 0:50 a. m. Departs 0:53 regular term of Cour No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar tho filing of their perives 11:02 a.m. Departs 11:34 a. m tition on July County Court day for this No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. county, and deposited with the Judge of Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. this court the sum of $140. this being No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via tho amount fixed by tho said court as sufficient to pay for posting and print Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. No. 3. Versailles to Beattyvillo Junct ing Ldvertisemcnts as provided for in Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m local option elections, for the fees of the clerk of this court and for his services No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysvllle to Stan herein, and for necessary expenses of ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs special registration and the holding of 7:25 p. m. said election, which said sum of money North, Bound tho said County Judge accepted and now accepts as full and complete com2o. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrl pliance with tho statute in such cases and Departs 4:1C a. m. o. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and mads and provided and it further apMaysvillo. Arrives 0:20 a. m pearing to the court that all legal steps necessary to have a voto in the city of Departs 0:25 a. ra. No. 2. Beattyvillo' Junct. to Versailles, Richmond Ky., on tho proposition Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 am whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold sso. zs. L,ouisviiio to iticnmond via bartered or loaned in said city, and Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. further appearing that the petitioners No. 38. Knoxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar and the defendant are willing and haye rives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m, agreed, subject to the approval of the No. 70. blanford to Richmond. Arrives cour;, that tho electionjieroin be called 3:00 p. m. ior March the 3rd, 1011, it is now ac No. 4. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles cordingly ordered and adjudged that Arrives 3:45 p. m. Departs 3:48 p.m tho sheriff of Madison county Ky., open No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar a poll at each and all voting places in rives and Departs 5:10 p. m. said :ity on Friday, March the 3rd, 1011, o.t, n, zs, vs. jz are ..i, Daily trains. Iso's7I, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, tor the purpose of taking tho sense of the l)gal voters of said city, who are 4, uauy tixcopi aunuay. J. P. RUCKER, Act. qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon tho proposition whether or Its poor policy to wait untill you havo not spiritous, vinous or malt liquors or a firo to begin thinking about insurance other intoxicating liquors shall be sold Do it now. "Wo writo the best policies bartered or loaned in said city. tDan II. Brock, It is furthor ordered that a special registration in and for tho city of Rich- Hurry. monc, Ky., be hold on Friday, February Every farmer who has tho benefits of tho 17th, 1011, for the purpose of and to a. rural delivery can't afford to bo with enable those persons ontitled lo vote in out a aany paper, uomo in and renew the aforesaid election whose names havo for tho Climax, or givo us yoursubscrip- - not been recorded, on the registration tion, if you havo never taken tho right book at tho election last proceeding tho step in the county paper Iidc, and we said March the 3rd, 1011, to register and will givo you a big reduction on any to enable those persons who havo re daily you want. February is tho only moved from their precincts to another precinct in tho city, to have their regisreal cut rate daily paper month. 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 ho is by law required to advertise it, and he will open tho proper Something can and must be done for the puny, crying baby, for the voting places in. each of the said pre child that refuses to eat and is rest cincts of tho said city and cause tho less in its sleep. And since the basis said rjgistration and election to be held of all health is the proper working by duly appointed and qualified elecui me uigesuve organs, look first to tion officers in said voting precincts as the condition of the stomach and far as his duty goes and in tho manner ooweis. a cnua should have two full and free and fcrra required by law. . siuwua m me D0wei3 a important! W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. ry Eff.?f the bowels ,s SLof C0mcs cIear head. llsht- - State of Kentucky ) fJi??; ?UV 't ta equally important to Countruf Madison J Set. """L wnai to ntve the child in the I, R. U. Terrill Clerk of the Madison ana Indlgeatint. are too strong , "- (VatnarUcscons"Pan not and salts- County Court do hereby certify that the only imisciuves are stronjr. but tho child retuses them he" foregoing js a true and completo copy order entered In order booK A 1st irii,Pl a,d.w?BA Syrup Pepsin? It U of tho.031 in the case of John A. Mershon "'" lamuies nava been page4C5 v i a century, othors on petition. and Promptly lef! and W-"?- . 3 k"ui ior Withess my hand this 3rd day of Jan ii..". the child, but there Is nothing wen aa bevJ?.uLd.,.for c.hHdren- - They like tLte uary 101 1. not hava to rorce thlm to R. B. Terrill Clerk you have not yet wed By D. Tevis Huguely D. O i.1?.1 2 Mid-nigh- L. & N- - Time Table TO YOU! V Wiil Everything out by February 1st. Have to Sell Goods at after this tice to move them. We have a large stock ol bplendid Winter Suits, some worth $2000,1 many worth $2500 and $30.00 Any of Tli em $10.00 Now : : : Best Coats $7.50 no matter how high thzy were. A cnoice line ot Kain Coats. Waists, Sweaters. Corsets, Hosiery. Gloves, Petticoats, Umbrellas. No matter what they sold at, the surprise you and you will buy. A lot of Child's Coats, Ladies' Coats and other garments from last season at nearly GIVE. A'AY PRICES. We have no choice in the matter. L HAVE TO SELL THE5E GOOD5 and 5LLL 'EM QUICK. Don't miss this chancebut for now and for the future. "Never Again" will ou will light-weig- ht Move Out Price ios j, have such a chance -f J. JB. WALKER Watch Repairing is a specialty to which wo givo special attention. No matter how much or how little tho watcli is defective or damaged wo tako particular prido in doing tho work so tho timepiece will bo as pood as or hotter than it when new. AVo do jowelry repairing and remodeling in tho same way. Free Sample For Baby's Ills Test us with some piece you cannot now use MAIN STREET Ricmrovn TCFA'TTCKY f a Woman's Beauty arra Tttt-t- -- 1"" rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them. 3"OT1tT oil Ttrnmn-- nl.4"um,;u oixu-c- mure or 1 . J less wim some T4. VIT i uu rr.--. ntuj. uuiu. iLfbtlllltJf IU (Ul UUVUilkCU li i wuu reguiariy eiiuure pain, age nuuicu, w I i Avoid the t paintreat 1J 2. t. i.J J u,u yourself at home by taking muusanua uj. outer women nave done. una give vaxaui a iair trial. tnu The, Undersigned Sheriff of Madison i us merits, can Bet It of your drusrirlst at art,'-ZZ- r. County will in oempliaaao with the fore one dollar a bottle. as of cr families are 'dotal. Mr, D. W. Spangler of Strattonvllle Pa. going order of the M&disea County court open pons at -- ThefS intSWiT,ilnd "2W.W9 Or OaiC. , Douglas, Sii highs & Deatherage Jitm u Item I have several pood building lots for , cure baldness. to rive yoi TwrwZSSZr , sale located on Lancaster and Rreck I It fs because 'of what Rexall "9cS' Ave. LocatioB, ect.. the verv? lia r Tonic has don and our ftmiMft beet. Itfest fteeireble ior .aparimeatiiar n in iu srooaiMW mat wo want vfor Any om la. tejxr it t'wr rWi, 9t HVMg ft tritf ! I V hair 0.1 read . in tlin tiond . n vrnw - toil, o.i.i lnnHn!v!?i.. XSiJ driae. www, mtp I m the various voting Richmond, Ky., oa the 3rd day " Js their of March, 1011, for the purpose stated in saidorcUr in obedience to said order. constat The undersigned will also open a special registrilionon Februaryj,17th, 3911 for the purjiose of permitting air persons legallyj authorised to register as specified injsuid order so that said' election MM. VAtH em be'JlWd as in said order directed: if. aiyen Uii&r by bW m ftWlff this 11 uiji -- ia. CARDUI Mrs. Katie Burliaork X It Will Help You I J. I could not stand TinaUy began io fake Cardni, and aoon began to mend. How am able io. do all my housework and am in much S Buffered with female troubles, and was so sick y niiki $ in Htm m it m mm 4t ft At jwuiu'uiau Am I waa bttoti." AT.hr:-- 4wl imm. Try it ' m 0