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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THP RICHMOND GLMAX. 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 191 w giu w Uy io get gooa WOrK IS buy your paper from an up to date .ne and get an uptodate paper hanger 1 - p NUMBER 35 The Wrong Way lor you. Phone is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it WALL PAPER - o L. R. Sole Ag;ent Blanto For W. P. BAXTER HAS NO SUBSTITUTE excellent paper not many months since. WALL PAPER I 11 Warm Defense Of Richmond and her Police Department Made by Woods. ELx-May- or The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TEUEPHONE 85 COAL N. V. The Old Reliable Dry GDads Man WHITE Late Summer Fabrics are now Fill ingour shelves, also a complete showing of 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 Maj'or: Richmond, Tvy., Jan. 27, '11 Editor Shelby Sentinel, My dear Mr. Shinniek: My attention is directed to your disnarasrinir remarks un- on the police court report of iticnmonci, a "dry town," for the year 1910, wliieh shows a total of 2D4 arrests during the year, of which 98 were for drunkenness. 41. drunk and disorderly and 23 for viola tion oi local option laws, you say: "That the Behfc airainst the liquor traffic and the traffic itselt is still in the forefront, is evidedeed by the above re- - The following red hot re joinder to the disparajrinff editorial on Richmond by the Shelby Record, gives facts and figures that are timely and illuminating. Jude Green-leaf'- s court record, which is attacked, supports the follow ing statement from the Ex- - ftm. kwg www &AKIN6 POWDER Thm only baking powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure HO ALUM.NQ LIME PHOSPHATE open saloons, .002 violators, and yet in the three and a half years of "drj'" times, of that last single year. Is not that a splendid showing? Be honest, Ed! Again: You remark truly that 102 out of a total of 291, or 60 per cent, of our arrests for last year were on liquor charges! Does that not prove to the wettest advocate in Shelby that liquor is at the bottom of three-fifth- s of our whole, entire category of public disorder, as proven by our police records? Then, Ed, would you have us increase that proportion to our old figures, by reopening the licensed saloon? I am sure Shelby ville will never attain to the summit of her splendid possibilities until she follows the course of Richmond and closes her saloons, and elects a Council that will choose police officers whom the indignant Mayor will not have to denounce publicly as unworthj to wear the badge of authority, as your good Mayor did through your own we are still 100 arrested on liquor charges during the last year under arrests short port." mond has now been without 15r?finsR twelve liitrh ($1,000 each) saloons for three and a half years. The town has grown 1,000 almost in population, and et we had fewer arrests for all of reply to the above? Rich Will you kindly publish mv her 4-i- Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods with open saloons, when we had G02: this year past only 162. Is that not a splendid showinjr? Be honest Ed! drunkeness the oast vear than during the last year N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND davs nf war onlrt . .on liquor icharges. i i r. j.s Lnai noc a spienuiu snow-injr- ? Be honest, Ed! Another thing: There were npnt, 3(?ri - Furthermore, during the last year with open saloons we arrested a total of 129 drunks on 12 county court days, and yet during the re- t.hfi 19,10. 1G2 j-- Have you Received It? The large fines your City There is another endless Judge assesses are taken from chain started, this time it is unfortunates who can ill a prayer, which is to be copied spare it. We do get less lines, bv the receiver and sent to because we have less drunkenness. Which is the better. nine different friends in as Don't drop this in the waste many days. The letter is as basket but print it as the fellows and has been received reply to your disparaging re- by several Richmond people marks upon our Police Court "Our Lord Jesus, we im and its Judge. No matter plore Thee to bless all manwhat your further remarks may be. Just let the Rec- kind, keep us from evil by ord s readers see both sides thy precious blood and take n and judge between us to dwell with Thee." It Shelby ville, and peaceful, is said in Jerusalem, the Holy progressive, contended, grow Citv, that he who will not ing Richmond. write this prayer will meet Your friend, with some great misfortune C. E. Woods. and he who will write it for An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a The article which inspired nine days in succession, be Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will ginning the day it is received, the above is as follows: shall have great joy on the last a life time and always be comfortable. In Clarence Wood's Town. ninth day and shall be deliv (Shelby Record.) ered from calamity. Do not Ky., the home break the chain. Send each of Hon. Clarence Woods, who, prayer to somd friend. Sign a. as its Mayor, made quite a neither name nor address but reputation for strenuousity copy every word of this letter. iu his fight against the liquor Wish for that which is near35 traffic, makes a showing of the est your heart when j'ou write arrests that were made dnr-in- g and send the prayer on its Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair the past year. That the message of joy to others and mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you would fight against the traffic and success to yourself." buy Stearns & Foster. that the traffic itself is still Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exin the fore front is evidenced ercise, FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY insullicient mastication of food by the report. There was a constipation, a torpid liver, worry and Anchor Lenos $10.50 $16.00 total of 294 arrests. during the an:cioty, are the most common causes of Windsor Style A 13.50 year. Of these, 98 were fur stomach troubles. Correct your habits 22.50 drunkenness, 41 for drunken- and tako Chamberlain, s Stomach and ness and disorderly a be well on. and 23 for a violation local option law, a total out of 294 in which "1 says: Dav Telephone 76 was the cause of the ar Night Telephone 136 le at 229 A bad showing for Rich W. S. O. R. O. t. and as only $1,400 wa icken lected as fines against tl dden Most disfiguring skin eruption), scrof who were arrested, it i Ninety cents cash will buy 31.00 worth For 5ale. eye. ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to they need a Police Judj of g roceries at Covington & Thorpe 'or X residence on corner Fifth and ie of impuro blood ISurdock Blood Hitters is next 10 days. there like our Judge K t" cleansing blood tonic. Makes you North streets. Apply aent. bacher." D. M. STEVEXSOX tf. Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir mine Fire, Life, Accident anil.IIc.iH Best equipped warehouse for handling Our motto is "Tho highest price for has anco in the very best old lino Co Dressing Parlo r. all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse. teeee leaf i:i ihk section the Hadison Wm. S. Broaddus. Act. This tf warehouse. Plenty of help and no watts, mob-ridde- tl- 4 OLDF 1AM & LACKEY clear-braineclear-ikinne- Undertaking a Specialty clear-eye- : Stop earache in two minutes: nche or pain of burn or scalds minutes; hoarseness, one hour; ache, two hours; soro throat, hours Dr. Thomas' Electric O arch over pain. Mm g1 af-i- n rapt-Jon- al I treatment. If you haven't tho time to exercise regularly, Doan's Uegulets will prevent constipation. Ttioy induce a m Id, easy healthful action of tho bowels without riping. Ask your druggist for them. 23 cents. m tf Come in and have your hair dressed, in the newest style, braids and puffs tade to order. Braids restored to profanity won't cure I hem. Ltoan's natural color. Iligbest prices piid 'or Ointment cures itching, bleeding or pro-- 1 combings. Two doors above Stockton" truding piles after years of suffering. drug store, on Main street. OiHoophcno JKJ, residence 203. At any drug sloe. 6 Mo f L i V We Sell May Manton We Sell Patterns 10c Each GETTING 1 EADY 9 May Manton Patterns nnM We are getting ready v v 10c Each it it it it it it it i jt -- for the biggest spring business-i- we have ever had Our mercha- t. In ndise is all bought part of it already here, some on the way and we are rushing the remainder. ' order that we may have plenty of room, we are making lower prices than ever on all heavy goods we have on hand. Have You Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now before the best values are all gone 1 We will save you good money U ' - ' : ill t j . Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from'7.50to 15:00 Ladies' Coats worth 650 to 20.0Q, for from 3.98 to 12.50 MenJs Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to 4 5.00-Alother winter weight goods at very low prices We mean to close these goods out. Come get afbargaifi We-aresellin- g . - l S t y 1 fe. S5r Corner First 1 Hamitlan & jMain ! nnnj TBI nTJnni nnnv' nrnW , Bnttv nnnYnai nnnnn '! i i Richmond, Kentucky i il - ft ft, ft tthfr fttt fctdfeanWOa ife -- MtHfiir -- i 'ftil. -t-frnlUns'rn '.if - uliniW I i. m BUTTERICK FASHIONS M i Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKIltL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncing both colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Price is Lowest Our Quality is Best IK (Commumcated) It was a very pretty wedding at the home ol President and Mrs. J. C Crabbe Backache, Rheumatism,5!eep-lessneson the Summit, when, at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday, Mrs. ZUa E. Leighton Result from disordered kidneys Long and Mr. Poo D. Graff were united 1 " " Mason Millie Foley Kidney Pills have helped others. 1 "' in marriage by the Rev. G. W. Crutch- " Muncy Sallie' Charles Soper wm in Danville last mil5l-Ehelp you. Mrs. J. li. Miller, ElEfit WfSHEKlt Et 1 " " rifld, of the Methodist Church, this city. they will Phelps Jennie wek with rktlive. Y.. says, "For a long time Mrs. Long, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a Syracuse, " 5.10 Palmer James Sr. 1 " THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Father O'Dwyre. of St Marks church, woman of rare culture and an accom 1 suffered with kidney trouble and Best Eliza 5 acres land 2.40 4.45 Rodes David & children 1 " wjii in CwviH(ctoH Ubt week on business. rheumatism. I had severe backaches (Iueerpo rated.) "" ' 2.30 " 3.45 Ba tier Edna 1 Stone .Minerva Irs. I " -- me to Crab plished vocilUt, having studied for sev Mr. JoMsph Thurm Iws and felt all played out. After takin " '.' ,10.10 " 4.45 Batter Ed 30 I" SmilhCassio days. oral years iu England, Franco and Italy two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills m Mgr. Orchard for a sojttunt t A. 1. Miller lre. xiwl 3.30 1 " " 4.95 Ballow Frank 7 " " Smith Scott Mrs. K. II. GreoH, of Louisville, ... , and recently having made a succcssfu backache is gone and where 1 used to W. G. Wbiw 2.30 " 1 " 5.00 Brooks Kittie 1 " " concert lour of The world. The groom Todd James C. rf Mrs. II. C. j.ls. n4 e.a.r i now lie awake fitve K. Yntight 3.90 " 2.25 Denny Rodes 1 town lot Turner Mattio (nr) - ' ,s orotner 01 Mrs. uraooc, is the senior sleep in with rheumatic pains I Pills IMT. comfort.." Foley Kidney 17.15 " 1 " 3.75 Haynes Caroline 75 acres land WhitoRollie Mrs. K. I MeCeni. of Red House. member of the firm of Graff llrolher.s are a reliable remedy for backache " " .ilillor Lucinda 4 2.90 " Walker Thos. Hrs. 1 " Waxhutgteti for a visit to Shoe Merchant, Deleware, O., and Ws KiKNMKY rheumatism and urinary irregularities. " " well known in social and musical circles They are tonic in action, iiuick in n 2.30 .. 2,25 Miller Mattio 1 White Robt. (nr) 1 " , " "- " 4 " 5.15 The wedding suits and afford a prompt relief from aP 310 Peyton Ben Wells Ellen CMMily AUenwy Stve Davis, of Win- - in Ohio and Kentucky. MMfMT MMrTK UA6NE. PrjwittJohn 21 " For sale by Stockton cUvkAvk. wk m ue city Motuluy on legal was quietly celebrated with but few out kidney disorders. 7.05 FOXTOWN No 3. Colored " Parkes James 2 3.90 side guests The beautiful and impres YEAR PBK tl.W "Km Pattoa, formerlv of this countv. sivc ring ceremony was used. The bride C.40 Shearer Roy 1 " " Chcnault Cy 1G acres land 3.90 IK ABVANQE wow of HrvauibvilMs, was here court day was attractively gowned in a trateling 5.15 Turner Tom Chciiaiilt Churlio 7 acres land " 8 5.15 owwr eattk. dress of gray corduroy. After the wed 0.95 Chuiiaull Wyatt lljicres land BULLION No S. Mr. J. J. Groetiteaf Mttertainod her ding breakfast, the "Newly-Weds- " MM 5.15 Chuuaul Letchur 0 ncres laud lmlCt(HHbai hi-- r Uwote ott Main caught the noon train for Florida, where 1 2.30 Hopewell Lodge No 8. 1 town lot 2.30 Bogie Jason (nr) town lot the honeymoon will bo spent at Daytona lfeet aaUirOay of Jat weok. Finn Grcon 1 town 3.90 Langford Green Hrs. 10 acres land ll.CO 1 nus Happily ends, as the storv UOiicli. Vm "AMt Alice" Lfepd Ss ertiul Mr. Geonee HuchmMH, of Valley 7.G5 books say, a most romantic courtship. G.40 Fife Charlie 23 acres land Rob'uwQn TTrS. ltown lot r afMr Ibe Willis 25 acres land to y'te; hak taken a 17.15 Oldtmirr tttwis M kttr afforifi ifiimi with the alter seventeen years of sweetheart-shi- p Niiwby Bud 1 town lot 3.00 Her poouUr Itrm of IMaatoM A: Congieton. i growers ret a fair dml. Uiclinfs6frli?'i1 1 acre laud 33.80 Robinson Mary Hrs. 21 acres laud 2.S5 Smith John S acres land The announcements sent out today 17.25 Ueynokls-fti&Mt. m. t a own or i 29 25 acres land mm mm Mrs. Kal Sehlgl ami Mrs. R. C. a re inscribed: UNION No 4. Williams James S acres land 3.90 1(00(6 were it Nkltolasvilte .last week Skinner JL Vmymter wryrmff uymt him the 3.05 M0 acres land At Home 3.25 Henry 1 acre land Collins M.. 30 acres land the wiih Mr. aoU Mrs. Harry Schlogel. Skinner. Din 7 05 f k bill i tk SeoaU- alette M. C. After May first 1 '" 3 25 D. A. McCord, Mrs Charles Xockols and son, of VerMl ud Smith P;;M. & Mother I acre land 3 50 Collins Jerry in a rteolHN. 121 Washington Street " 4.00 Fox Mark 3" ,3ottleitella 0 acres land Im umeeiimf of tit Httrky To- - sailles, were here lasi week the uuesU 15.85 Deleware, Ohio. 9.30 il faanly of Mr. aad Mrs. R. C Huguoly Flora 19 " " fpwice .Laura (nr) 4 aares land I'mmm, which provwfew, UmM in- - uf 5.001 Stockton. Robinson E. M. 17 " " o.j Ml MOl4 lO the MtpplMM of Terrill Ollie 5 acres land Speedy Relief From Kidney 3.90 RldVr "" 3.90 4 WhitoJohn Todd Joel B. I acre land 3 tb Takneeti Trout shall he eolteeteil mm4 town, willClarence atWalker, of Georgepreach Trouble the lUtti-- t church ELLISTON No 5 1 town lot tUy iiUibtid U the shape of at KmI House next Sandav morning a. : Vanwinklc Prewitt 9.S5 "I had an acute attack of Bright'; 3.90 ofeemNonle. The MositHt of 11 o'etock. Waddell D. G. 00 acres land 3.90 Broaddus Jim 5 acres land kid( disease with inflammation of the M iw Joy. which lroai4y h flte euru " 3.35 Wilson George 33 acres land 3.90 Coruelison Ed 1 " Mrs. Major Weils who lias he on ncys and bladder, and dizziness," ayi 3.90 .;. it Chenault Wadu 7 " Wilson Geo. W. 1 acre land at ! mncitmf of Mv?ntl Kotitocky Con Heekill or her home at Red House for Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson, Mich." A store is reported somewhat bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy " 2.30 Williams W. A. 1 town lot 5 15 Dunson Luiher 35 " gnwwnti. neekb to Rive 1 tlte farmors a intproted. the attack, reduced the inflamma3.90 Woosley Mrs. Sallie 13 acres land 3.50 Edwards George 2 " tiw mm kwowhMliK' of th Tnw's so- White List lMm thai it now has of the fnmrs' C. n . P. Cronuer. ef ltoone eeuntv. and tion, took away the pain and made tne Wynn Fannie 8 acres-- land . 5.00 X50 Ellison Andy 21 " 1 wish everyuiauuer action normal. M. Ionvill, i 3.00 Woodall Harry S. 1 town lot " tb tcru rs ittay reduce uets Cropper, of xhrter, Mrs. were the one could know ot this wonderrul rem- Raker J W (nr) ltwpnlot 4.75 7. 05 Elmore Hizie(nr) 35" Mary E. 17.70 Bush Joe 2 town lots edy." For &ale by Siockton & Son. whoa the trot sti4y Gaines, of their " 3.50 but week. Harris Emily 37 " KIRKSVILLE No 7. & 2 7.05 t( plwiliftil a4 iocfoaoe it whon lh " " 2. The iuulersirned will offer W. T. DtMtakifeOH. Haancial agent foi The citizens of Kingston are just now Hardin Son town lots Bogie Julius 1 aero land S 0.30 Jackson Susan 4 01.70 tmgftf hi lew. " 2.90 ;iL the Transylvania Fniveririiy. Lexing- in the heat of a very able discussion as Jones Wm. II. 175 acres land Oldham .le'rretl 1 . " 1 town lot 11.20 pub'ic sale at 10 a. ni. Fish Wm. S. 1 ton, wat. the guest of Prof. E. C. 10.30 " Royslon Ageliue20 " to whether a Graded School is the proper Jones Mrs. Annie town lot iJU. I.J h Green Adams R. 73 acres land trial is o the eoort The and faattiy Sunday. Myers Robert II. 1 town lot 5.00 7.00 47 " thing to have for that section. There Hortons' Heirs 30 acres. land 4.75 Smith Ike iadhntc. KvMmtco wao itiUwtiucaa a Mrs. Dan Harbor entertained at a si?: 12.:0 Nelson Ed T 15 acres land 7.05 S. W. 1 " ' 13.2: Simp-o- n th trial, whieh make all ruaWimus of o'clock dinner htt TuttrMiay evening 111 are many prominent citizens who favor Rice Mrs. Lottie & Co. 1 town lot 2.70 Hord Ben F. 14 11.15 on the premises, the Tlich-nion- d 113 " Todd Andy V the movement and are working hard foJ Clydo.2 Pullins Mrs. (otHHy hhie thok huaJs in honor ol the bride and groom, Mr. and 7.20 Mrs. Florence 1 town lot 10.40 G.85 1" it and there are still some who say the Stanifer Rhodug Johii-i"- 'r ;) Ami to tit ink h wat rWea. Mr. Nichoias Harber. .3.90 Todd L. L. 1 Steam .Liiundiy, 3.55 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres land Huh) city of ehurehes. of ChrHtiatt Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. 1). S. liar taxable property, which a graded school Ross.Afcx" 30 ..'JLI0 Ikat ..- - GLADE NO. G (Colored) of boiler, enrine and 18.40 ber will leave the latter pari of the week would take in, is not sufficient to sup-!o- rt Terrill Robert N..1 town lot Rhodus Catherine ;2.30 What will the-rici ahnpiii aa4 2.90 various kinds of laundering for Clearwater, Pla., where they will Bogie, Lucinda 14 acres land RICHMOND, NO 2 it. Supt. John Xoland was called Turner'Cluis. S:s20"' m liberIBjOO. ' Yaohoos My who hav liooa spend the remainder of the winter. " 2.15 lironouirli. Nancy 9 " on, but he told them it was a matter Bybce Albert 1 town lot 10.10 7.35 Taylor R. S. 20 al with their aoaatiunt, whoa thy kmrn appurtenances niaehiner3' " " Rev. Asitford Reeve, of Tean., a for- for them to 1 Ballew, Fred iatataeti-hw- ? 1 town lot" decide. what hat boea fawr on ia tha 39.15 Cochram Mrs. Carrie Machines will first be offered mer Madison coonty boy, is here for MILLION No ft 5.15 Brooks Charlston 13 " 1mU towa. Iu ia M4ujom, Imm vtit to relative. 5.00 Coates Wm. 1 town lot '. He is a brother or Will Run. 7.G5 separateh' Burtons' W oodson Heirs 20 acres 3.55 Burdette, J T. 23 then as a whole Meters .Thomas, Kessoe, William and w caa'i help it. Dunn David 2 21.80 lots 3.40 and sold to 5.1!;. Baxter, Arthur 15 Burton i uey 15 acres land Chas. Reeves. While not officially announced as yet, Jones Miss Elizabeth 1 town lot the highest bid2.05 3.50 1 Bolser Jacob (nr) 1 town lot . w afraid his roiie- - Mk. K. J. McKee and Miss Lydia e Hon. L. B. Herrington will be a candi- McKcnna Mrs. Kate 1 town lot 2 30 Bennett, Mary 6.90 der. At the same time and 3, Burgess Sam 1 totvn lot 3.05 3 waahl hoat aim. thoa he is not a Boggs, Arch are in Ixiurion visiting Mrs. date for the democratic nomination for Moore Roland S. 1 town lot 500 5.20 place a lease on the building 3.90 Bronough, Chac. 5 Catholic He HhoaM have Jamok McKenua. They wilneiisvd the Representative from Madison .in the Osborn Mrs. Tommie 180 acres land 1 Foster Robert 1 acres land G 4.05 junning until December ia the arht and if We lost be- - "Phroe Twins" at the opera house Mon- lower house of the Ge.ieral Assembly Floyd .Mrs. Dora 15 acres land '2.30 Carter, Ivy town lot 3lst, " 3.35 mmv he wat a atoaiber of thai ehureh, day evening. Faiu's Mrs. Sallie Hrs 15 acres land 1. 10 Campbell, Alonzo 1 " Of course his nomination is equivalent Powell Tye 2 town lots 1911 will be offered for sale. 4.05 Mr. Georxe P. Deatherage, son of G. " 1 '" 3.0. h ohoahl have Koae dowa with B iK Joe 2 acres land 1.05 Chenault, Ben to election, as it is very doubtful if any Rice Wm. 1 town lot W T. Deatherage. who hu boeti 13.20 Hendreii " oalans aad reiaiaed with the sMip. 4 05 Crefirler, David-- . 1 4.55 Terms announced at sale. Howard John J. 1 town lot fli father ut the Sheriff's ollicf, other political parties would give him Ren fro & Cox (nr) 1 town lot 2.25 I'NMaiaeat eitiaea 1 " 5.G, " of KiciiMHMid aad n recoveriitK from a sMtort illness. He opposition. This is on account of his Thomas :5G5 Right is reserved to reject Howard Rubin 1 acre land Duns. .11, Geo. 0 Luther 1 town lot Wadiiwi cotiaty, who are ( 'alholic attd U one of the yoaiure&t deputy sheritfs in excellent record as member in tho last I 2.90 any Hill Mrs. Elizabeth 5 acres land 8" 2.30 Easier, Mary and all bids. rower Thos. B 1 town lot 5.00 the country. wfco have beld paaithtati of iruat, 3.90 Hughes Daniel 8 2" 0.05 Ely. Bolle session. And, even tho a red hot oppo- Wilcox David S. 1 town lot Previlege is rpserved to '. Mr. McCord Doatlterage was the host sition itt atom outs ia Johnson's 7,25 ataay Hughes Alonzo's Hrs. 9 " " 2.15 Farris. William 17 " should arise, ho has tho strongest FOXTOWN NO 3. last Saturday evening at a party given ' withdrawal card. 1 " 3.00 bell the above privately at Hendren Squire 1 3.90 Farris William o him at the home of Miss Maggie Mc following of any candidate, in Ih-i- t the ' " " 14.95 Ky. River Poplar Co. 5 " 0 155.10 Karris. t;ris t.i5 any time prior to sale. t'ord on Tales Creek pike. A number Women of the county, especially the Ashcraft John B. 10 acres land ' Thc editor of the Hettry Cotiat "" " 2.90 9.15 King Wesley 10 5.1.' Francis. Sam I of hi young friend resoiled to J Mothers, would take the stump in his Bowman Jonah 10 acres laud iCowtt Iuh doeidod to hH l"iMii4iiitg the J. H. DEAN, Assignee. and a jolly time was had. " 4.75 Ledford J. B. 1 town lot 3.90 4.95 Fife. Alex 2 behalf on account of his valiant services Bolin James 4 acres land aaaV aews ad hattdh the fotloH'hw; to j3-5- t " 0 00 Fife. .I.mah 2 The Regular IhtptiUs will hold Divine in pushing their bill through in the last Chappell Henry (nr) 42 acres land 13.05 Lund Sallie 17 acres land ' .100 hb woaaie: Th frixtiils of this paper Service! at tlte Second Presbyterian " " 14.75 Ijowery Win. Jr. 1 " " 1 1.55 3.25 (iridfr, Dave legislature, which gives to the mothers Forbes Henry 49 acres will please huwd h all rowk items ehureh on next Sunday thc at 3 p. tho same legal right in 9.75LLp;wfey Wm Sr. " " JJariah 25 acres land " 3.25 Gentry, Simps 5.75 3" the guardianship Auto on Sunday following at wtnai the' are freah. W'e prefor Hot to m. "" Pajrrish Frank 1 " " 2 3.00 2.9J Harris, Sarah UNION NO 4 of their children as tho father, a bill piaee and hour. a birth after the ehihi io Qulsenbejrv John 1 toyn lot " " 2.90 2.90 Kennedy, AshfortLl that has been side tracked in the legis- Adams J. W. 1 acre land' ' a Marriaae after the keaey- ,2.80 Quaint-WMr. Keajamiu Cassiday, with the L " (nr) " " 3.55 Miller. Mose 2.90 3' " lature for many years. Not only in k X. rilroKl in lAMtiville, spent Saturi ever, or the death of a J2.30 . Jane 9 acres land 5" 5.85 . day and Sunday with his parents here. Madison, but all over the state, would Doty Robert Sr. 25 acrespafid j." V.5325 lUmfro Mrs. Sallie's Hrs. lOl.acrcs 13 15 Miller. Smith water the widow has Mwrrtod agaia, " 2.10 9.35 "Miller, "William" .1 PresitiKnl ami Mrs. QtHvdsy of the Mad- aid, if necessary in his be- Elliston Amos Sr. 20 acresMand'V 10.10 TilJott Wm. 46 acrcs.land 4 15 Taylor James 1 town" lot 1. " ." G.90 Miller. Ike " Calk Powkw laud a vnit to the isou lntllHl. half and with such strong backing he Fielder Robert C acres land 3.00 Whljaker . " 2 3.50 G.G0 Martin, Sarah Alva 2 acres land Mr. .1. W. Farmer, of Roonc countv can'sectlre most anything. omHol baildia aad hteideHtally to ELLISTON N05 Whitakor Alice Hrs. 91 acres land 8.75 Martin, Win. Hrs. 3 ' " . " 2.25 pay a vhtit Ut Gov. WiUsea, hh liber-ata- r, Mo., is here lor a vn.il to his nojdiew, Eggs For .Sale. Abner J. Tuvis acr'e$ land' "2 " " " " '4."25 Miller, Muriah 2.25 laot Wodnoi ilay. He taepeeted I'qwiv :ieriii ram limn, ue is a na llichmond No 1. Colored. ' now 7" 5.15 Moran. Fraiil; I have for sale Brown' Leghorn and Alexander IrvihfcSO alews' ratfuV the groan wi; where Goebel was aoMMi-Mate- d tive Kentuckutn but is home.a prominent : eilixeu of his adopted .o o Benton Emma (nr) l town lot S Mniiphi, Robert' 14 " 5.05 u wte if he recalled aaything that Barred Plymounth Rock eggs: Setting uarreik oiuvu or.,;ju cr lauu' Mil Lettie Mac McRoberhs will spend I" lS.lbj Breck Bello Burnett Bruce 2fucrWjamJl 1.15 2" Moran. J.i ku taok pVtee there jost eteveu years to the several hi ittctitnoiHl Friday en lSegs, 41. Also few pairs beautiful 21 town Burnam JohnC (nr) 1 4.00 .Morrn.'Ed 30 ro.so lots da. How his eeaseieAee moot Have rome ir nw ttutne in Lancaster to and Dopular'Afncan geese, $I0"per pair. Burns, Henry JO acres land' , 1.95 Newman. Henry 21 acres land acres' land irgMia for an oxteHded vitrtt. While I am also, agent Jor J.lo celebrated Cain Will Jr. 3.00 Ballard Sq. Hrs. 5.75 hamcil wbea he looked at the 14 mm aad iMtre " ," will be the guest of Mrs. C. lie Cyphers Incubators, 5.70 Peyton, Frank 1 ," 3.05 thflphiiiood at the wladew. brooders and Poul Cornelison J. Reed 40 acres land' 8.75 Black Sallie aught. 1" " 2.75 .Rico. Bon ' 1 " 3.50 try appliances' foods and supplies. Tel Crutcher David W. 20 acres land 3.90 Crutcher Lizzie A ItBfHJM.iCAX jfoeraor wh4 iaaagar- " Lancaster Record: Mrs. Joseph Ar phono 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. 3.35 Scott, J6e Carpenter A & M. 50 acres land 1 " ," 3.75 Covington Sara' Hrs 1 ". 2r90 kfr SW ToJMACwaiftC latttt calk-aa4 to the bed side of Ml nold, iKts lee 1; 18 55 Shearer. John. Crawford A. J. (nr) 1 town lot 8.50 5 ". " 3.95 Clark Rice. her sister Mrs. Annie Adams who is ro-obpnM lesthirty years and it k tlte "lacrpland Eager Mrs. Bonnie (nr) 75 acres land 8.50 Chamburs Geo. 3.10 Shearer, Mariah 12 " " 4.75 R. D. Xo. 3, sich oi meiimoniu. see for KentaekiaDS that eoahJ have Intm4uiie popular and efllcieut It is " " Golden Harrison 1 town lot .1 4.95 20. 15 Estill Robert (nr) 1 town lot itujHHl tins 2.25 Shearer. John Kichmond, Ky, ' heea pat up. The party was split widp al the Telephone Exchange wMl 0 - " y" Geutrj- - John 20 acres land 1.00 Stone, Emily 2.25 4.95 Fife Mary E 1 1 wn lot open, beeaase a fow tried to eoatrol the soon recover. Gentry David 2 ncres land 4.05 state. The saste people that splk the Hunter Wilgus 24 acres land Mi Mary Dan HurbeMtti, the sweui 4.50 party ia KoMuoky are trying to xet Mttger, wiHMte sotics jvroveu such i. Hunter Gillis 40 acres laud 4.95 baak hi power agaia aad K will mean feature of the 2oeiI services hero in 5.1; Uali John W. 30 acres laud the Prefebylerianaud Molho.list churches aaother UepahlteaB in the mansion at left ThurMlay for Millersburg, King J. . 4 acres land 3.35 where lHkfert. Lakes Mrs. Ida 50 acres land she will swr in a meeting which began 2.30 Night Lakes Dan (nr) 23 acres 2.30 Thk weatea of HiehmetH), who arc there Mnidriy. Thos. H Sewell Presents Lakes Sauford GO acres land G.40 overatert te the cause of the Sotfra-gibt- c Prof. E. C. McDohsIo lectured in tin Lakes Curtis 25 acres land 3.90 are rejoiciac over the mws from regular course at Warsaw on Saturdnv the Logsdon M. A. 1 town lot 14.00 the west tltal thc constitutional amend- night, there2sth of January, and ih pupers as an enter McGuire Wm. 25 acres land . 3.9 ment prwidiog for the submission of tamer of rare speak of him delivered merit, lie lint Malicote B. 05 acres land . 0.40 the quotation of woman's suffrage to a txmmncemeflt acklrss there last Mav Norris Clias 20 acres land 4.30 papular vote was passed by the CaMfer-ni- a aitd wuh tlie favor of the town. By permission of Burt & Nicolai 3 35 Assembly 05 to 6. The nmeadHteat Mrs T. E. Baldwin entertained will) Mary' J- - Holmes' Novel Dramatized by Powell Frank 1 acre land Powell Abe 92 acres land a delightful dinner on last Thursday in 31.00 already bas passed the Senate. Beulah Poynter honor "of hor guests Mesdames Powell F. J. 50 acres land 13.05 and Will Shanks of Stanford. That Richmond is producing young Rose Frank 30 acres land 2.30 Feb. lawyers of extraordinary ability, is evi-- ' Covers wore laid for Mesdames Robert R. Rogers Cynda 40 acres land 2.30 ISurnam, Betlie Crooke Revnolds. Jno. deaeed by the great speeches some of F. Wagers. W G. While, A.'R. BuniHtn. The Love Story so dear to womanStivers J. W. 1 town lot 13.75 -the younger members of the local bar Ohas. S. Holton. Sallie Yates McKee. kind. A Southern Play as Sweet Swinford Frank 1 town lot 8.70 as the Honeysuckle made in the Pish trial at Xicholasville. and Miss rvannetto Crooke. atnyens,lL A. 10 acres land 5,75 Many of thc older lawyers were high in Distinctly a Womau's Play ol Young Margaret 7 acres land Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carr, who were-- ' 2.90 Woman's Emotion, by a Woman their compliments of the youngsters married in this city several days ago,' GLADE No 0. will leave in a few days for Manila. P. I.' (White) ' For a Woman and declare they heve great futures. L. & N. . to make their future home, where Mr, Asberry James H. 25 ncres land 3.90 Jcixje "Good Roads bhackelford is Carr has extensive business interests.' Besides Adams Joo A. 52 acres land interested in 15.10 receiving congratulations from people lands he being a responsible mineral,' will little riiore for it Seats at Wines Drug Store holds position 'Alexander W. acres land 5. 15 all over the county for his energetic with tho government under Civil Ser"place. Alexander Henry 55 acres land other, A 5.15 spirit shown to make Madison county vice. ANIMATED Azbill Elizabeth 1 town lot 7.45 the leading one in the state for model The regular meeting of the IToly fto uush Margaret 20 acres land 2.00 roads, and for strict economy in the use Name Society of St Marks' Catholic The Brock W. S.5 acres land church was held last Tuesday at the' 12.85 of the turnpike fund. church. This organization is com posed Rsrnell W. J. 19 acres land 5.15 B. B. Million, W. M. L. C. LittrelL of Owen county, editor oi men ana uic ooject is to tight against i You will witness with your eyes "Bkat SixaJl Jasper 14 acres land B. Black 5.75 j xnese organizations are iiivuins, sermons anu eloquence . fiava Ilutrt-t- Jc of .the Owen county Ttewg, Is a candi- protanity. " . .. Parkes 50 acres land 2.50 in the Catholic church and are maae suoume tne worm arouua. date for the Democratic nomination for eneraltn olng wonderful work 12.80 Offe GrantXpr) I town Jet Supt. of Stat Schools and is a man well ing this sinful habit. toward eliminat CofMl-Wof- i JCI&utlxXk SATURDAY stores 4.10 Air old are( carefully qualified for ilio place. If no other CnWw-ai- l Jeltti C. 1 acre TahA was called to Lan . Mrs. P. t V(4 arkl Night newspaper hi an oaten this race, he caster J. Jlucker ,a ,, . .11! X. lost Wednesday by a telegram n JB..15. vmjiiun. Ar m.-- i.T li sores JBBa will Vi-- a ly. announclag the death of her brother. JMatine at 3:09 Night 7:15 .i it i Hii Cj4e T. J. (pr) 2 town Vote s OWEN McKB. T7 Shugars. which occurred at the first of the week. The were brought to his home at Lau- sister for interment, Mr. Shugars was inown Id Richmond, wh'erehe cams oo roanv occasions in the interest of sev ? eral life insurance companies. At the Elks Club next Saturday there will be an exhibition jof rare pictures from the hand of American artists, un der the direction of the Women's club Tb hours aire from 10 to 12 and 2 to A. A small admission of 10 cts. will be charged. All school children fre. It is a loan exhibition and the picture compose one of the most beautiful col lections in.this country. Sir. and Mrs. --Nicholas Ilarber were tlc recipients of a joyful reception lusl inursaay evening, upon their arrival here from Morehead. . They were met at the depot by a large crowd of friends and driven to their home in a special bus amid the deafening shrieks of tin horns, the noise of the sleigh bells and tin pans. It was a charivari of the old lime style, complete in all its details and the young couple accented the col- ebration of their entry into the city with much pleasure. m. Gould was Irvine Herald: Mr. in Richmond Monday.. .E. P. Campbell was m uiciimonu Monday on business. isarnett iiieuauit. or Uichmonu. was .here today on business... Miss Susie Horn, of Richmond, visited Miss Lizzie Stevens last week.. .Mrs. J. J. Newport and daughter. Cliloe, of Ilarriman, Tenn , have returned to Richmond after a ma t pleasant visit to friends hero. The next number of the Lecture course is announced for Friday, the lOlh. of this week. It is the celebrated Iiartolotta Concert Company and should bring out the largest crowd that has witnessed the attractions this winter. It is certainly a high class number and lack or space forbids using the most excellent program. The memlwrs are SignorGuiseppe liartololta, te'O-- : Gay lord Yost, Violinist; Ella Scliroeder tost, viotiniste and accompanisle and Margaret Chatfee, Reader and Ini pononator. V. O. lis s Think This Over This Offer Should Gain thc Confidence oi the Most irintf Skeptical. We py for all the medicine used dur ing the trial, if our remedy fails to com pletely relieve you of constipation. .We take all )he risk. You are no obligated to us in any way whatever, if you accept our otfer. That's a mighty broad statement, but we mean every word of it. Could anything bo more fair for youlf A most scientific, common-sens- e treatment is Hexall Orderlies, which are eaten like candy. Their active principle is a recent scientific discovery that is odorless, colorless and tasteless; very pronounced, gentle and pleasant in action, and particularly agreeable in every way. This ingredient does not cause dirrhoea, nausea, flatulence, grip iug or any inconvenience whatever. Rexall Orderlies- are particularly good for children, aged and delicate persons. If you suffer from chronic or habitual constipation, or the associate or depend ent chronic ailments, we urge you to try ltexall Orderlies at our risk. you can get them in Richmond only at our store. 12 tablets 10c, J tab lets 25c. H. L. Perry's drugstore. - 9 I C reat Ca earinc - as- Continued Till Saturday, February 11 Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings For Men We have cut the prices s;till Sale and Boys Too much stock is the cause of this.. Great Sacrifice Sale. Moved Quarters Mr. Fletcher West, one of the niftiest of automobile doctors, has moved his iraraire to the building on Irvine .street formerly occupied by the Richmond Motor iz Plumbing Co., and will tit up hospitals one of the most up in this section of the country. Mr. West is the local agent for the Flanders and E. M. F. machines and is expecting a big business this seaon. 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. 1 1 Home ol Good Clothes S. Stanifer, Prop. Richmond, Ivy mm fc fcfe fcfc w fcft V 4 fcfc V V te te te fte te te te te te te te te te te VS te te V te te VS5 te TO W? V'V'V VUSiV 5 The Richmond Climax. PERSONALS Sec"-Tre- a. Vi i so Clark Mrs, Emma (u ) 1 town lot Carter Miss Lucv 1 aero land D.tniels Thou, (i acres land 8.85 5.'75J Dalton Thos. 22 acres land Dailey Mrs. Minnie T 1 town lot 2.90 5.75 Fowler II. II. 1 town lot Flanr ery W. F. (nr) 1 town lot :i.oo 12.(!0 Golden Hardin 1 town lot Gay Frank 50 acres land, 1 tdwn lot 8.90 Golden Mrs. Martha A. IS. 10 Huff John 3 acres land 5.50 Huletl E. T. 182 acre land 14.10 Harrison J. G. 17 acres, land 1 lot 11 10 Hall J. W. 1 town lot 15.05 Hollzclaw I). P. (nr) 1 town lot 7.30 Hujjhes W. M. (nr)'l town lot 12.00 Hayse A. F. 1 town lot II 10 7 70 Hill Thos. 71 acres land Lamb Polie20 acres land 4.15 Lester Mrs. I. 0. 1 town lot 5.95 Murphy Jesse 10 acres land 5.75 Murphy Jesse 10 acres land' 2.90 Parkes John 20 iicres 0.00 Powell Wm. 50 acres land 3.90 ?owell Sam 2 acres land 2.90 Pigg Wm. il 20 acres laud 1.55 Preston John E. (nr) 10 acres land 5.05 Piirkfjy Wm. 00 acres land 3.90 Powell J. F. (nr) II acres land 15.35 5.9.") Host Jack (nr) 77 acres land Rittar TJios V. (i acres land 0.25 I acres land Hogan James (nr) 1 town lot " 1 Hill Wyatt "- 1 " Irvino Joo Sr. " Jarman Robert Sr. 1 ' Maxberry Cassie (ur)l 1 " Munday Wm. '. ' 1 " Munday Ann " " 1 Martin John (nr) Fox Mark 4.50 Shearer, Beard 5.10 Tribble, Troy 2 :mo Vaughn. Allen " 5 0.20 Walker, Henry 1 " 5.C0 Walker, Darcus 10 5.70 Walker, Peter 1 5.35 Walker, Robert 9 2.15 Wl ite, Pete " 8 3.35 Wtdtc, Semira 19 2 15 White, Robort " 25 ' 2.15 White, Rhoda S.10 KIKKSV1LLE No 7. " " " " " " " " " " " " 3 20 3.20 5.20 1 EL tfKV g fSOV Betsy's Pointers There are a good many rea.sors r -bitant prices. A dairyman tc.l c milk was higher because his co-.. over the moon, and he's as reisr--- . some others I've heard. But t'.;-- . place with no excuse, because !;c -can be reaehed without a baloo:: know whe I mean 1 Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone 02 1" Opera House Tl:,i C 1 Bargain Covtntr Big values at little prices to '.1 ' reduce household expenses. Ft t "you can buy main items that aril sell for a dime. For lo. get values wot th up to a qairfji' The New Economy i 5. ' Assignee's Sale Laundry, Richmond Kentucky seri-otiol- v Richmond Steamj Specialties in enameled ware, tinware, kitchen hardware, imported china, glassware, woodenware, brushes, ' If you iu household goods here, you'll .s MONEY ed in plain figures. cutlery, etc--an- d every pric rr i: ' . i ovei-com- e ' Pieh-Wofc- . "rT'v March 6ih, 1911, LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 EL Main Street, McCann Building eon-sistiii- p; - eolh. V The Lamb You Get Here McTL"- i-- -- ad 11 to-.v- n is real lamb, not fie mutton kind. It yn'.i mutton 3'ou'll get it " ;.t: v,vi::t! Mc-Ke- Young, Sweet and Mild. But we don't srt'll one fur V.. otner. Tnose who know meats best, like them n: n Try sme and vou'll not f..:li to come again. docs. 0.-2- eoa-aaa- Even body invi-tauo- n C. C. 231 land-Grubb- s Successor to Douglas & Culton WEST MAIN' STUEIJT CULTON TELEPHONE t .31 tli, e -- Busy Bee More 4-- 9i sc lt d Clay-Lizzi- q . Opera House Dry Goods, Notions Curtains, Carpets, Boots,. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear One Glorious Only If "Yon ".Wait foi your LENA RIVERS Friday, 10th The Best 'Price bring it to the r T acco Depot lichmond Tobacco Warehouse Near Clothing Prices 25, 35 and 50c M.-50 Passion Play .- Matinee a kd Our auctioneer get a than any competent force always on hand' 'handle your tobacco i'nlhe proper manner. Jones and P. are constantly attendance and see that your interests guarded. timers jn the tobacco business. W. D. Oldham 1 & ''t Co r ffi a4 jr. I m. i Elks , City Council Holds Regularly Monthly Meeting Last Thursday Evening. Hold One of the Most Inter- . . l esung sessions in Years, Friday Evening. this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. If Santa Claus Brings Furniture Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want - for it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus te come and do his part. We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted BEKNETTandHIGGIHS UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, 'BAR, NOSE and THROAT uiiam BMg. Notice. My thoroughbred i Richmond, Ky make season at my place on Lancaster pike at 315. :WWt Butler Carrier. Tuos A. Sholion, agent for Hurst - irance Co. Write or phone 151 ring 2 New Elevator. Union City, Ky. Kr Mr. Phil Willging has just installed V. ik the lime to purchase your an elevator in his place of cries. Covington & Thorpe will business on main street, capablo of lif thousands of pounds with about five oua discount of ten percent, for o, pound'pressure. tf. Tup Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Big rch ask these not having received Mr. Harry Speyer. of the bie firm of 'Mars, to whom they are due, to call &, Son, Lexington and Louisville, ir Electric light otlice and gel same, Speyer buyers of furs, hides, etc., was in Rich2' Jersey 'bull wil Purchase. i Notice. Mrs A C. Scanktn will not.be respon-ifor any accounts made without In mond Thursday and left over a thousand dollars here for a big lot, of hides from - local dealers. Three wills were nrobated in the County court Monday, that of Bessie Kirby, (colored,) Pauline Harris and i a ill stand my Silver Creek Red Boar John Biggerstaff. Wm. Broaddus was ..I mv home on Big Hill avenue at named as executor in the Harris will hp Money due when service is ren-- o and Mrs. Lucy Biggerstaff in the will or I have far sale some nice shouts John Biggerstaff. enough for service. iie;i iermssiofl. r tf Probated. Notice Y. B. Turley The jm Big Hill Ave. Branching Out . Reminder. i handsome H10 clock which was Mr Dun Breok for writing more l ice in Kentucky than all other . firm of W. W. Broaddus & Co.. for the Massachusetts Mutual prized hy this popular gentle-inostlbecause it chimes every If you have not sold your tobacco, take t a sweet reminder of the fact that t to the Madison Warehouse where the i' J ail other agents. top prices prevail. There's a reason, tf ies y is branching out and has acquired the property formerly ued by II. F. Barker as a coal and feed yard. The Broaddus linn will utilize this new place as a coal yard and will run it in conjunction with its other establishment on Orchard St, Reversed. 7 Madison cirouit court was re-- J last week in the case of Cast eel U rkaday by the Couit of Appeals. over the i miii grew out of a dispute to occupy a tract of land near ,r Springs. Judge John Chenauli "i M ined the appellant and Smith & . h the appellee. r Brought Here. James White, the negro that paid the penalty of a fiendish crime on the scaffold at Pineville last week, was brought to this city in September 1909 for safe keeping shortly after being arrested. Feeling was such in the Bell county capital that he would undoubtedly have been lynched had tho officer permitted him to remain in the jail there. 7 Two More. - Crulchfield, of the Richmond Methodist church and his congregation, the annual .sessions of the Kentucky Conference will be held in the city next September. It has been many years since the local Should Run. church entertained the Conference and A report from Stanford is to the effect the occasion will be looked forward too that Hon. William Shanks may not run Lagrippe Coughs with a great deal of interest. for Representative at tho next term of and if "am ami weaken develop into pneu-a- a ' checked may the General Assembly. Lincoln county Examination. No danger of this when Foleys has never had such an energetic repreA civil service examination for posi ..(j and Tar is taken promptly It is medicine for all tions in the Internal Revenue service, sentative and the state has never had j reliable family a wiser solon in the law making body. ...lis and colds, and acts, quickly and was held at the Government Building The newspapers, especially, are inciivelv in cases of croup. Remem- lie liame Foley's Honey and Tar last Saturday by L. P. Adams, Secre debted to him for timely service in their y all couehs and colds, for croup, tary of the local Board of Examiners. he bo a member jcliitls, hoarseness and for racking Four persons were examined but their behalf and should every paper in Kentucky will support coughs. No opiates. Refuse tr'ippe being con out :j .M.iutes. For sale by Stockton & Sou. namestowere not given rulesit and regula- him for the Speakership. Madison civil service trary county too is all the more anxious for For Sale. tions. him to announce as he is so well known I ave a splendid carriage for sale, here. Mrs. Shanks was formerly .Miss AH Fined. I.rewMcr, in fine condition, it is a a de-I'Lena Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and wagon, carry four or five people. It Chief Allman and Judge Greenleaf Mrs. Thomas Baldwin. '.as both summer and winter side doors, had a very interesting session of the Sudden Death. tIcand shafts. I also have a set of police courLlast week, which the Climax triad made carriage harness and a large unfortunately failed to note. They have While sitting at the supper table at ftntle harness horse all of which I will been playing havoc with the violaters Memoral Hall, at the Normal School if.) worth the money. f the local option laws of late and the last Tuesday evening. M. D. Gilliland, a Dr. Clarence H. Vaught. la$.t to feel the strong hand was Hepry resident of Shopville, Pulaski county, $200; Roy chair and expired in a Pneumonia Follows a ' Cold Dunn, $a00, Garfield Tevis, and Hollon fell from his Physicians wore hurriedfew minutes. Williams, $75 and 10 days But never follows the use of Foley's $75 and 10 days. All are colored ly summoned, but he was dead before Iloncv and Tar, which checks the Elmore they arrived. His sudden demise was M. Stock-v.ii- i. except Williams. cjuuh and expols the cold. due to apoplexy. His remains were Hannibal, Mo., says, "It beats all t'le remedies I ever used. I contracted taken in charge by Bennett !c Hlggins To Columbus. a bad cold and cough and was threatenand.prepared for burial and later sent of One bottle ed with pneumonia. Manager Baxter of the opera houso, Fccv's Honey and Tar completely cured left today for Columbus, p., where lie to h's home accompanied by several house students. Gilliland was 18 years of age Me" Xo opiates, just a reliable For sale by btockton s. goes to attend the annual gathering of and was one of the oldest teachers in !d remedv. son. the National Association of Vaudeville that section of tho state. He was takManagers, He is expecting a big time, ing a special courso at the Normal, A A Winner. as he is prominently known among the wife and several children, survive him. Mr Hiram Richardson, of Danville, ' fraternity, A secret order among tho rothcr of W. V. Richardson of th9 members of the theatrical profession Speed's Talk. Kentucky Advocate, was here Monday exclusively, called the "White Rats' The students of the Normal and the and Tuesday in the interest of the Rem- - will also hold forth and Manager Baxter town people, onjoyed one of the most inington Typewriter. Mr. Richardson has will likely be initiated. structive lectures that has ever como to won nearly every prize offered in Ken- tile school last Saturday, afternoon and tiickjy for tne largest sales during the Indignant evening. James Speed, of Louisville, years and is on the road to past three The Saufley family are indignant over a noted educator, gave an illustrated another prize this year. the verdict of a jury in the Lincoln lecture on Kentucky schools. Although ccunty court last Saturday which gave many of his facts were disparaging to a fine of $75 to Mrs. Amanda Harrison Keniuckiars on account of the poor the confessed desccraler of the grave showing that had been made by this Easy and Quickest Way to of the late George B. Saufley, attorney. slate along educational yet he brought Break up a Cold. Taey have caused a lunacy warrant to out the good news that educational or and will try the woman on ganizations were making wonderful bo If you want instant relief from cold in thisissued charce. It is olaimed that tne wo strides and were fast doing away with head or chest, or from acute catarrh, methods, man's pitiful appeal worked on the sym antiquated school houses and try this: pathy i the jurors, Into a bowl of boiling hot water pour Court Day. a teaspoonful of IIYOMEI hold your Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro Monday was a corker in point of atheal over the bowl and cover head and dries. You will save 10 cents on every tendance of the court day crowd, as U.w I with towel. Then breathe the dollar. lf well as the amount and class of stock pleasant, penetrating, antiseptic vapor offered for sale. About fifty mules raw, deep into the lungs over the sore, $450.00 Will Make Hay. changed hands at prices tender membrane, and most gratifying Haymakers, an auxiliary organiz- to $1SO.OO the pair and single mules The relief will come in a few minutes. Red Men's lodge, will sold from $200 to $225. Bidding was B. L. Middleton and druggists every- ation, in the was expected on be instituted in his city in con- lively, much more than where will sell a bottle of Hyomei for sUrtly high, prices, and the Tribe, now account of niption with Floating Canoe 50c Ask for extra bottle Hyomei for the top price. At one of the most flourishing in the stato owners held out Madison stock yards Manager Joe are a jolly lot who Have the Don't be stubborn. Don't be preju- Tae Haymakers doings at an Erabry reports one of the best court is not a particle of mor- BirtlriHSbut tun tn their diced. There obligation as kid down ia dvs In years. In fact the highest prices phine, cocaine, or any injurious or habit times. The for cattle in twenty years, yearlings is made so iapm forming drug in Hyomei. Give it a their ritual feriogtag from 5 to 5 1 and heifers 5o. 4e at iiik eWwed the eaadWate nevec fogettrial it is guaranteed. It Is plentiful and sold at 8 seats. , a huadred years' aer- Hags il tho be lives eucalyptus and other grand atisft-ic, -II PrMtfeftlty all of tbeteak were shipped a .1 ery et eawrM It will chase away the ef i: be wi at Um oounty aad aoh of it i dis-crethe-systeus , n null Marshall Billy Mays brought j Jenkins and Jim McCIure from r .uiasville and last Wednesday ei) tliem in jail here charged with jnig the internal revenue laws. T d makes four that the officer has in the quiet little county of. s.imine. illegally haudiug out the -- is of the corn. Meets Here. Thru the efforts of Pastor G. W. Friday night was a big night in Elk- The regular meeting of the City ."ui, ior ten candidates were shown Council last Thursday evening brought mo mysteries and the members uiru out all members, excepting Councilman especially the older ones, were given Todd aud the only thing of importance some real pleasure in witnessing i the .inai came .oerore tne body was a motion y.uueemngs. une of the largest crowds to permit the Managers of the local mm nas over assembled on such an oc opera house to run a special set of pic casion was present and the expert degree team of the Richmond lodge was never tures on Sundays. On roll call the mo tion carried, Councilmen Sexton. Lorisch in oetter rorm. and Berry voting for it and Covington aiuw uiu test anu are now and Stone against. After looking into reai t,iks are Earl Curlis, Paul Burnam the question Mayor Rice vetoed it in the jumara, James Conway, Otto following official document; t owers, McCrtary Simmons, Ovie Har Richmond, Ky., Feb. 1911 oer, Kelley, of the City schools, A. B. Paris. City Clerk. uarry isyoeo and James Cleary. It was Dear Sir: By authority vested In a lenderfoot" lot, as none of the can me as Mayor of Richmond, Ky. Bi u.uaies nau ever had the experience of section 3503 Carrol's Statutes, I hereby imessing ttie initiatory work of a secret veto the resolution passed by the city oruer. council at the regular monthly meeting The exercises begun at eieht o'clock-eb. 2nd, 1911 permitting Wines & Bax anu it, was near midaight before the ter to operate a Moving Picture Show oanquet table was reached. As usual. at the Opera House in this city on Sun a sumptuous spread was prepared In days as I believe the exhibition of these honor of the candidates and it was one pictures on Sunday would be a detri of the best that has ever been spread at ment to the morals of the community, tne club on a similar occasion. The Samuel Rice, Mayor. season's best was none too good and the It can be passed over the Mayor's veto committee spared no expense in maicing by a two thirds vote of the .members, mis pan oi tne program one long to be but it is not known whether an attempt remembered by the candidates, as well will be made or not. Couucilman Todd as the mysteries of the secret work. was not present, but to a representative jucige urown and G. W. Rider, of Mt. of the Climax said he would have voted Vernon, both members of Richmond "No", which would have then put the lodge were present, and Mr. Lonemiller. question up to the Mayor for the decid oi new Albany, Ind.. lodge, and others ing vote. from a distance. Judge James Benton, All property owners who have been who is a member of Winchester lodge, notified to rebuild the pavements in . was expected but was detained on ac . ironi oi tneir premises and srverai count of the Fish trial at Xicholasville thers who were notified this week, must gei ousy as Mayor Uice has set a given Judge Angry. time if the work is not started, then the .i uuge fanackeirord is very uneasy for city will take it up at the expense of the fear he will be deprived of his turnip property owner. Concrete pavement reens this year. A drove of chickens was ordered from "Joe's" corner run which he claims are not his property, ning to the Federal building. The Fi have been watching tho bed in his gar nance committee reported all bilk den for several days and as fast as a against the city O. K. and the council sprout sticks its tiny head above the passed them, which composed the rouground off it goes by some old hen tine business. This is a favorite dish of the Judge's AN EXPLANATION. and ho is anxious to get the first mess Manager Baxter called at the Climax before tho price of eggs gels to soaring office yesterday, after being notified ol again. the veto, and said that from tho general expression he was of the opinion that Paris Gets It lhe Louisville & riashville Railros d the intentions of the opera house manaCompany has closed a deal with the gers were misunderstood. He siiid that Paris Electric Light Company for fur aunday opening was. only intended for uisuiiig me eieciric current ior oper three or four' Biblical pictures, which ating the new telephone system of dis were too long to bo jad in connection patching trains on this division of the with the regular program" tin. week road. The lighting company has just nights and also because sacred pictures finished the installation of new and uch as "The Passion Play," "Life ol powerful machinery for tho purpose r.t Christ" and "Life of Herod" are never Sandwiched" in with vaudeville pro its plant opposite the Louisville & Nashgrams any plaoe. These pictures, he ville station in that city. said are strictly Sunday pictures and Great Movement are run in many of the churches thru-ou- t the country. Another Sunday pic The Men's Bible Classes which have ng used in many places been organized in several of the local ture which i churches, under tho International move- is the Red Cross reels, showing how the ment, are thriving and great good is ex- fight against Tuberculosis Is progresspected to result. Classes in the Meth ing. odist, Christian and East End Christian Fiscal Court. churches are growing and tho members are doing a little missionary work thru- The Fiscal court is holding an im out the city in gathering together all portant session today and bids for turnmen who are not in the habit of attend- pikes are being carefully road and acted ing Sunday school. The classes are for on. men only. At the Main street Christian church last Sunday 290 pupils were Passion Play. in attendance, a remarkable showing, The great Passion Play will be given which included tho Men's Bible Class. at the opera house, matinee and even ing, next Saturday, the 11th. Bargain Louis Loses. prices will prevail. A wonderful reel Under the ruins of the Omnibus bill, which was thrown overboard by Con Held Over. gress several days ago, is a claim made Albert Sandlln was held over to the by Mr. Louis Landram, formerly of this city, for $1,750 due his father's estate as grand jury in the sum of $500 for shoot an employe of the government. Mr. ing and wounding Russell Winkler sev Landram has been pushing this claim eral days ago in this city. Winkler for years, but it seoms that there is al- is improving and the physician say he ways something to hinder the payment will recover if complications do not set of these just debts. Senator Bradley in. notified Mr. Landram sometime ago BIRTHS that there were bright prospects for getting the money at this term but it Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker aro en seems that "Louie" must now. wait in tertaining a fine daughter at their home definitely. on Main street. She has boen named Mary Wilkerson. AM ml LAST AND LOWEST CUT h r I i 1 .. .i 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 in $16 Choice of all 50 $13.18 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 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 all for $16.50 At this Think it over $10. at $5.00 50 $3.50 Astonishing values in good 5uits and Overcoats. As honest inside as out, they wear and satisfy. Former price 12.50, now $8.50 that sold for 15.00, Many of them 16.50 and 17.00. Kentons nothing like them ever sold before for $10.50 These were strong values at 10.00, now cut to $7.50 Good Overcoats 5mall assortment of Overcoats from last season, quality first class, they must full length and weight-bu- t be sold. Former prices 12.50 to e now for $5. You're lucky if you get one 1 8.00-choic- Pants at for $1.00 $1.00 Sizes 30 to 34 waist. Fine all wool Cassimers and Worsteds, former prices 2.50 to 5.00, broken lots that must be closed out. Choice Boys' Suits all sizes, cut to the limit Fine stylish knee pants 5uits in $8 for 5.50; 6.00 for 4.50; 5.00 for 3.75; 4.00 for $2.75 5izes 4 to 7 years, good quality but a little out of style. Worth 4.00 to 5.00, choice for $1.50 Sweater the newest styles. Coats For Men and Boys. All Boys' Suits at S1.50 $250 for $ 150; $150 tor$l;$l for 75c; 50c for 39c Lowest Prices Ever Made on Shoes Badly overstocked on Men's and Boys' Footwear, and prices are cut Hat Bound to sell Hats hence these greatly prices. Stetsons 10 per cent. off. All others . $5 for 3.50; 3.50 for 2.50; 2.50 for 1.75; 2.00 for 1.45; 1.50 for 1.15; $1 for 79c below reasonable limits on all styles in winter weights Boy s' Shoes We sell $4.50 grades double soles : : $3.15 5.00 grades $4.00 grade : 2.75 3.50 grades All Walk - Over Shoes Beacon Shoes : : Bootees ; : $3.35 3.85 $4.50 3.85 3.10 2.85 at these reduced prices they are great bargains ' $2.50 for 1.85; 2.25 for 1.75; 2.00 for 1.55; 1.50 for $1.20 Boys' Shoes at very small profits, and rv Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wilcox are proud parents of a now boy who arrived last Friday at their homo on "K" street. $6.00 for 5.00 for 4.00 for 3.50 for Lace Boots : : : : : : Lost or Stolen. Bay mare about twelve yoars. oldweigh about 1,100 lbs. star in forehead,. saddle mark on left side. Disappeared; from my' place on Thursday, Feb. 2nd. I will pay liberally for her return to 111 West Walnut St., Richmond, Ky. TOBE HARPER. It - $2.75 $3.50 grades : 2.35 3.00 grades 2.50 shoes for 2.05 Good : : Terms Cash to Oae and All Come Home to Roost W. T- - King, the old original 5 and 10 els store man of Lexington many years o, who 'afterwards lived in this coun- for several years, then moving to Garrard, was among his friends here severafdays the first of the week. With his family he contemplates moving buck Madison county whero he says he oxpeots to spend the rest of his days. ngton & Quiet s nks Have You Sold i r Found. Election Leaders Must Be Making a Very Still Fight. What must be a very still campaign, if any at all Is beinj: waged, prevails here among the supporters for tho wets well as tho 'drys." Although mo election is but three weeks otr, not a circular has been issued nor a speech made by either side, In fact tho leaders for both tho "wets" and the "drys arc not oven boosting their contentions on tho tiidewalUs or In tho favorite loafing Dlacea. Tho people in general are won dering why this lack of interest, especi ally on the part or the local option foroes, who are generally the most the.first to start tho fight. A special registration for this olcction has been called by the County Judge for next Friday, the 17th, and the election has been set for Friday March 3rd. T. B. Adams, of Fayette of the leading farmers of was here court day. Mr. noted Jack man and Is also tic Burley pool man. county, one that section Adams is a an enthusias Excellent. If Kyrle Bellew, the eminent actor. who made "Tho Thief one of the really great plays that It is could have boen m the Richmond opera houso last Monday evening and witnessed tho part that madeTiim famous, which was handled in.masterly style by James Ileenan, an umfoVstpdy, he. would have been com pelled to acknowledge his highest ap proval, Also Edna Crawford as MarUe, is a star and handled the difficult part of "The Thief" in as true a dramttio tyle as any of her predecessors of note in this particular part of this great play. The company was a capable one and the performance was one of tho highest class witnessed here in years, In Two Minutes Fish Trial. After a trial liwtlpff a week, in which was brought out some of the most sen sational testimony ever recorded in the state, Grover Fish was acquitted of the charge o murder in tne jessamine circuit oourt last Saturday morning. Every resident of this- county Is familiar with the oase. For tne prosocutlon was. Commonwealth Attorney B. A. Crulch- er, Hon. A. Floyd Byrd, of Winchester. Hon John H. Welah, of Nicholasville and Hon. Tevis Cobb, Rlohmond. For the defense, Hon, J. A. Sullivan, the leading counsel, assisted by. O." O. und N. Wallace. A. R. Burnam, Jr.' of. Kichmond, and Hon. N. L. Ilronaugh, Nicholasville. prqbably m case ns been, tried In Wis. seatton in years tna is attraoted so much interest, unless was the Arnold.LUtle trial In NIeaol- asville thirty years, ago whlh aase was also transfwred from Hadlsoo eouiity, The following $wtlemen composed .the lurv: J. H. tane. O. O. Glass, GJ ML Oeraau, John Deane, WalUr Ds.vi, rwvUl Ttall. Allen McDowell, W.M R. Lw, Jeka Taylor, BtfWHMji, K. Xir-;- f ittMkfM Bright Girl. j" te 3-- oraayattictfM aftlUMM i lJmitiip. m ot Elizabeth, the twelve year old daugh ter of County Clerk R. B. Terrill is an accomplished little Miss in the art of playwritlng. Several weeks ago sho decided to write a play and give the parts to her young friends who might he In duced to start a dfafnatlg plub. She went a It and wltnin a remarjcaoiy short time bad six or seven parts and some exceedingly clever lines to a three aot melodrama entitled "The Follies lf 1818.'1 Th play dealt with western life and the different, characters were ably handled, by several f her young friends, whose ages averaged about twolve years. Many of the "grown up" folks witnekeea the shw ad declare Jis-fk- 4 the pkt:wK el ev arty d w H tSMl4i of VIh piay, a s yong fetal, fer c-- et ai iaa tew - ...... ! Pocketbook containing ladies' watch Forasmuch as it has pleased God to on Lexington pike about five miles fro'ni remove from our midst one of our most Richmond. Owner can have same by cherished and valued memlxirs, sister proving proporty and paying for this ad. Eugenia M. Hume, we would, with the deepest reverence and humility, recogRapid Growth. The business of the East Tennessee nize the sovereign right of tho Divine Telephone Co., in Richmond and Madi- Being in this act of his providence, asson county has grown so rapidly under sured that it was ordered in wisdom and the supervision of Manager II. II. love. At the same time, under a sense Floyd that it was found necessary to in- of our grvat loss, wo aro glad to bear stall an additional section of switch- testimony to her many virtues, her un board in order to accommodate the sullied lifo and her exalted character. The deceased was educated in the many orders for new telephones in the cily and thruout'tho county. This ad- schools of this county and the Female ditional section of switchboard will en- Institute in Georgetown, Ky., at which 1,000 sub- latter she graduated in tho summer of able tho company to sor-scribers from its Richmond exchange. 1S55. In December, 1803, she was bapTho work of the installation of this new tized in fellowship of tho church of hor carried on by Mr. W. E. membership and departed this life board December 27, 1010, aged 73 years, 11 Itroadwell, District Inspector with Lexington, and Mr. L, C. months and 21 days. With her sins Terrill, electrician and cableman of the forgiven through, tho atoning blood of Lexington district. Mannger Floyd is Chriit, and clothed with his spotless ' one of the faithful employes of the East righteousness, she pursued lier way Tennessee Telcphono Co., who shows through this life depending on his more than ordinary ability in tho hand- promises and spiritual presence for ling of that Company's affairs, and strength in adversity and for solaco in stands high in the estimation of the her aflliclions. Increasingly, as her ofllcials. He has been connected with years advanced, with tho end of the Christian life in view, she adorned the the company about olsvon years. profession she had mado with a quiet DEATHS. and Godly life. A conscious debtor to Tho death of Calvin Maupin, which the grace of god, she loved tho religion occurred Sunday morning at his home of her fathers and thesocioty of his on Estill Ave., in this city, will bo re- humble followers, As a loviir of God, ceived with universal regret by a wide his church, his word, 'his truth, her acquaintance thruout the county. De- memory is dear T tho hearts of all His year people. As a friend to the. icvalid and ceased was in his seventy-fourt- h and had been a resident of Madison all poor, there are, many to bless her memhis life. He served. In th.e Confederate ory. Having obtained grace to, be pa army wth distinction anil wPnl 'hru tient under her many and g,eat afHic- the four years of war as one of the mns, to bo faithful in tho viiricd relahravost soldiers who ever enlisted for tions of life and. to have no fears In the the Lost Cause. Besides his wife he is dying hour, wa doubt not sLe" entered t survived by four children: Dr. Mal into eternal rest. (Part of the record Regular colm Maupin, of Cincinnati, Carlisle Baptist Church. Richmond. Kv.. an. Maupin, of this city, Mrs. Dan Riddle, proved January. 39, 1911.) of Corbln and Mrs. Everett Clarke, of Says Its Bestj Paris, and. four brothers, Kit Maupin, of Col ''Az" LeavelL ot Qarrard oeantv. Madison and three Id. the west, with two sisters. Mrs. Kit Todd and Mrs. Mary who has tried the, Danville and Lexing Woolwy, of this county. The funeral ton totttteaiftrksu, says thftRlchmeBd serv-ieewere ooaducted at the Second mariiVt the best. lie dfcposed t a Christian ehttrafe Monday BfWflb by bjg ero on tlw local breaks kwt Thwa-Wis pastor. Rev, Kayir, mmI Wme (ky wl Hwitally spet a.jw dnH VIM mawMionn wnnsiiu.' e w.-i- s hcad-quartcrs-of-the s f In Memoriam. YOUR TOBACCO? Prices on All Grades Much Stronger We are Ready to 5erve YoQ Open Day and Night BEST LIGHT 1-- 2, BEST SERVICE 3-4, Here are some of our recent sales: Joe Galey-- 12 17, 16 l-- 4r 13-1-- 20. 15 1 -4, This crop averaged $15.82. 7 1-- 2, Mart Bogie 11 14 3-- 4, 8, 7 M Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. L&A. T Depot I 1 l Richmond, Ky rwrr's the w fertii There is More to Paint than the color. "Whsn you paint don't Just select the shade and let it jo at that. Make sure also that jou ire using paint that will wear, contiaae is look well, hold its color leag, stay the job and give good honest servk . H takes paint like the breads w Jtt! give service like this. SSI H.jbL phone: . . If ' I ' ! lifts-- A I i Perfect Bookcase 4 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. 4 . Macey Sectional Bookcases U i. - if are made in thirty sizes of sections n six standard graddes and finishes. It's the one bookcase above all others. 5tart today with a sectional book case that will grow with your library. Add a section as requirements demand. The Macey Sectional Bookcase is absolutely dust doors. proof and is fitted with You can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. 5top in tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good bookcase non-binding the County School SuperinGet Busy Boys. Ever Watchful. tendent can secure the seed A new school diploma is to corn by agreeing to carry out to boys in the pub of the CommissionMany be awarded this, A Little Care Will Save spriug and' the plans lie schools According to the rules Richmond Readers Future next-fall- . The plan was de er. County Superintendent each Trouble. vised by C. M. Rankin, Comshall select fifty boys, and missions gf Agi icultuue. In send" their names to the. State Watch the kidney secretions. state fifty See that they have the amber hue of each county in the The Sifper Commissioner. boys will be selected to whom health; shall also get up The discharges not excessive or itf seed corn will be distributed intendent The boys shall be frequent; of Agri-sultur- prize list. Contains no "brick-dus- t like" sedi by the department ten aud fifteen veir Each boy who raises between ment. age. "The State CommisDoan's Kidney Pills will do this for as much as sixty bushels of of sioner will furnish, each hoy you. corn t the Caere will be They watch the kidneys and cure with half a gallon of seed corn awarded a diploma signed by mid will rive a diploma to them when they're sick. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill street, "Lan the Governor, the Commis- .11 ll. each boy that will, rjiise--. sixty caster, Ky., says: "I never fail to sioner or Agriculture, me bushels or more to tne acre. praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have e. . NURSING" MOTHERS show the beneiicial fects of ef Scott's Emulsion in a very hort time. It not only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nourishes the child. Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food-toninot only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children: run SALE BY ALT, A Handsome C - Ci - JA - T I Persian Lamb v " U Given Away by Mrs. J.M.Barlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery 'Co.'s 5 tore A coupon given with each purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat. Lor 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 un'.il everything is sold c, Lit man & fiiggins Furniture, Carpels, Stoves the opportunity. I havenevor 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 time I' suffered from kidney trouble. Tho kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and from this I knew that my kidneys were disordered. At that. time it was my good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and through their uso my kidneys were restored to a nor mal contlilion. For Bale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. hoster-MilbtiCo.. Buffalo. New Yoik, sole agents for the United m Superintendent of Public In struction and the Courtly School Superintendent. In forty counties of the State a special lecturer will be sent to organize the boys in to corn clubs. In the other counties You are probably aware that pneu monia always results from a cold, but you never heard of a cold resulting in pnoumoula when Chamberlain's Cough Itemedv was used. .Why take tho risk when this remedy may bo had for trifle? For sale by SiocktQji.&- - Son. . uncoaisTa Important Decision. Free Dyspepsia Mates. R. member the name Doan'a and nke no other. Startling. Opp. Hotel Glyndon West Main Street Mr. Farmer you can secure the Breed' er's Gazette and the leading paper of this section. The Climax, for the ridicu lously low price of $1.95. Can you beat ill Hurry as this offer is limited by the publishers of both papers. How to cure a cold is a question in which many are interested just now (Jnambcrlain s uougn Kemeuy has won an immense sale its great reputatii i by its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon. For sale by Stockton & Son. m Step IE Union does not belong to the person to whom it is sent until it is .delivered to him. The writer Sufferers from indigestion are waking up to the fact that peppermint has a ri'rht to reclaim and re lozenges, charcoal and "dyspepsia cures are only makeshifts in the cure gain possession of it, provid of so troublesome a complaint as ing he can prove it to the sat chronic indigestion. What is required is something that will not only relieve but postmaster at which will tone and train the digestive isfai tion of the apparatus to again do its work normally, the otlice from which it is sen and this these simple remedies cannot do. There Is something more to the euro that he was the writer. Even of indigestion than sweetening the breath, and yet a remedy that only con- after the letter has arrived at tains digestive Ingredients will not euro permanently, as the basis of Indigestion the office which is its destiis poor bowel circulation, and that requires a scientific laxative. We know been of no remedy that combines these re- nation,. and before it has quirements better than Dr. Caldwell's (.delivered to the person to Syrup Pepsin, which has been sold for a quarter of a century. 'whom it is addressed, it may Dr. Caldwell's Svruo Pensln la a laxa tive tonic, a scientific blending of nat- urat ingredients for the cure of con- - u0 ,.wnlloil hv LtiewiKCl, by siipation, indigestion, liver trouble, sour t, stomach, sick headache and similar com-- f f WilCgliipil throurh the niail- iJiiuuis. lis ingreaienis win so sirengtnen and tone the stomach and bowel muscles that they will again do their work naturally, and when that has been accomplished your trouble Is over. Fannie e Stuart. Staunton. Va.. was a eufferer. as was O. Tuck. Blackburn, Mo., and they both found their cure with this remedy. They becama convinced that pills and tablets, salts, "dyspepsia cures," etc. were at best only temporary reliefs. They first accepted Dr. Caldwell's offer of a free samr.lfi hnt. tie. which he wllllnclv sends to anvnnp who forwards name and address. Later, having convinced themselves through the iree sample, mey Doiicnt syrup pepsin of their druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell personally will be nlensed to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family riertaininir to me stomacn, nver or bowels absolutely rree or charge. Explain your case in a letter and he will renlv to vou In detail For the free sample simplv send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. For either reitiest the doctor's long-tim- 3 Under the regulations and therulingof thehighesteourts of the United States, a letter ad. Send lOo., turns of paper nd thUSketch-Boo- for car beautiful BaTlnpi Bank and Chlld'a Each bank contains a Good Luck I"tnnr. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl SL. New Yoik "THE Tust Received a Car Load of Announcements U'a nn oii41inrlTii1 in n I innil ll(P ELMKR DKATIIBKAGK a enndidate for Sherifl of Miiili.-o-n comity, subject to the action of FOR SHEKIFF Democratic party We nre nuthoiizeil to nnnotincc JOHX B. ,1 for Sheriff of ?lau la A i im-IDon county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce X. .B invKX n nnilII:itt for Sheriff of Mnilison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. -- SCHOOL SUPERIXTENDEXce We are nuthorlzed to announce UENJA for Su Miv K Klil'AKI)S.n r1iiifniliMitif l'nMIe Schools of Mudison of the Demo county, subject to the action IIS UA It Jill net Jin YOVK cratic party. WVnrp Tintlinrlzpil to nniioiinceMORfi AN TAVI.OW ii rntidiiliite for Jnilcrof Madison county, subject to the nction of the Demo FOR JAILER Come to Owen SlcKce, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others 1 do and why not you. - tf, Notice to Creditors. All persons having claims against the state of Clay S. Maupin. will present IRk jflk Ihb Shb Union Made same, properly verified as required by law, to the undersigned on or before March 1, 1011, or same will bo barred This January 18, 1011. J. H. Maupin, Administrator FOR ASSESSOR t nn ni(1mrl7ml in nnnounce W. F. um A V n r?iiullil:itp for Assessor of Mad ison county, sunjeci 10 uie ucuun ui Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK n; 111 IT t'llice. to announce LnRucC, W illilntp for Countv Clerk ot A piece of flannel dampened with Mmlisoncnti nty, subject to the action of Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on Democciitic p;irly lo'the altVced parts is superior to any For 5a!e. plaster. ' When troubled with lame back give it a or pains in Few thousand second hand brick. trial-an- d yoit-rcertain to be more J. D. King & Son, tlinn pleased .with tho .prompt relief tf 219 Moborly avenue, cratic iwrty. lA Now is the time to call and inspect this worofcKi Range, which thousands of users declare is li best on account of workmanship, small amount fuel used and unsurpassed cooking qualities. lit Malleable 'alines . i,. Richmond users. Don't forget that we will tfiri-sid- st 10 per cent Off for Cash on Al! Heating Stoves This Week Only - .vhich Soif. irtttror-da- ''I' :!: Kohl by ni Stooktou-an: FOR -- New residence in Bur.T. Stone. tf D. B. Wear Long er Look Better Every Ptiir Guaranteed When her child is in danger a woman will risk her life to protect it. So great act of heroism or risk of life is necessary to protect a child from croup. Give W. B. CaldwelL Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy and all address is Dr. Monticello. III. It.50u Cald well building. danger is avoided. 'For sale by StockSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-- . f lm ton & Son. . Mr'.. Vi.llis Mootos, of .the Climax force .is tho now agent hero for tho Louisville -- Times. On account of his luihtlhig ability he was- - sclecied from a IWt of applicants by that paper to look after its intorests lie re. Call him Order For Election. Madison Countv Court Shac keif ord & Co. January Term Jan. 2nd, 1911 Dry Your Clothes en a WetWashd With a New Perfection Oil Heater When clothes can't be outside, and must be dried ir, i room or cellar, the New Perfect Oil Heater quickly does the t,c-o- f sun and air. You can har c the wet clothes, light your Per... tion Oil Heater, open the dzrrr.; top, and the heat rises and qu:cL t dries the clothes. Do not put off washir t await a sunny day in order to z c mildew. Dry your washing c: day with hot air from a at GO. For 5ale. two-hors- Court met & C. Hon. V. H. Shackelford Judire prcsidin John A. Mershon and 405 others On Petition vs order. E. V. j jL ID IcL Two good milch cows, fresh in o wagon. and one good Lyman Parrish. Skin Affections Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap. An Unusual Offer T e Perry Drug Store says to every person, he it man, woman or child, who has an irritated, tender or itching skin to come to our Biore ana procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap ami it you are not entirely satisfied with the results, come back and get vour money, bo ronnuent are we of the efficacy of this clean, simple treatment, that we make you this un gual offer. ZEMO is a clear liquid for external nse that has cured so many cases of eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forms of skin eruption. ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest add roost effective treatment for aft ctions of the skin or whether on infants or grown I erons. Bu mam's Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Ready to liereh Tailored "Vear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade FIRE, TORNADO. bo; All Forms Office in Douglas El 5immons' Building 5econd Floor GALL AND SEE THEM Notice of Dissolution of Corporation. Notice is hereby given that the Steam Laundry (incorporated) lias made a deed of' assignment to the under signed, and also by consent in writing of the owners of a majority of its shares of stock, agreed to close its business and wind up its atfairs and the undersigned has been duly appointed Liquidating Agent. All debts and demands against the said corporation must be presented to me within SO days or same will be barred. J. H. Dean, Assignee ptlcli-mon- The F amoos Jxd$Q X 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from WVS ... s" and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goops. Hats Fine Line New Style Hog Raisers Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head! We guarantco Gives the Best Light at Any Price When" you pay more than the Rayo price for a lamp, you ar& paying for extra decorations that cannot add to the quality of the light. You can't nav for a better "Hgnit7because there Is none. An oil light has the least erect on the human eye, and the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made, though low in price. You can pay $5, $10, or $20 for some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unflickering light of the Rayo. Has a strong, durable shade-holdeThis seaadds to the strength and appearance. Made of solid brass, nickeled, and easily polished. r. low-pric- ed son's burner Bourbon Hcg Cholera Remedy Once a Rayo User, Alwaya One Dealers Everywhere. It net atyevrs, write frr descriptive cjxular to the nearest agency oj the 4 J. P Oldest Established Clothing: and Tailoring House in Richmond ouffer A Manure Distributer The New Idea Manure Spreader A Manure Pulverizer Without a Cog or Clutch to keep hogs healthy and free from dis. ease for 5 cents per head per month. It (Incorporated) cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly. Thls reme dy is used and endorsed by leading ho( Watch reisers throughout the country. Com in and let us tell you about it. is a specialty to which wo give spcciil Perry's Drug Store. attention. No mailer how much or how 2littlo the watch is defoctivo or damaged we tako particular pride in doint: tho For Sale. work so the timepiece will be as good as" I have several pood building lots for or better than it when new. We do salo located on Lancaster and Hreck jewelry ropairing and remodeling in tho Avo. Location, drainage, ect., the very same way. best. Most desirable for apartment piouse or living residence. ' Any one in Test us with some piece you to rested in purchase please call on thp cannot nov use. Mrs, D. M, Bright or her son owner, Dr. Bright, tf Standard Oil Company lETT ' fc. Repairing -t Notice to Creditors, Ophelia McKinny admtrix of A. 1), McKinny Plaintiff Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of A- - D. McKinny are hereby notitied to file samp with the under signed on or before February 21st, 1011, Properly verified or same will be barred, Given under my hands this January 21. 1911. MAIN 8TIU5ET F. J, YEAGER It appearing to tho court that the written petition filed horein was. and signed by a number of legal voters tho city of Richmond, Ky. , viz. U7C legal voters equal to and in excess or Jo per cent of the number of votes cast at the last election in said city, as has been heretofore in this case ordered and ad judged, came tho voters on this next regular term of Cour filing of their pe tho tition on July County Court day for this pounty, and deposited with tho Judge of this court the sum of $140. this being the amount fixed by tho said court as sullicient to pay for posting and print jng advertisements as provided for In local option elections, for tho fees of the clerk of this court and for his services herein, and for necessary expenses of special registration and the holding of said election, which said sum of money tho said County Judge accepted and now accepts as full and complete compliance with tho statuto "in such cases mado and provided and it further appearing to tho court that all legal steps necessary to have a voto in the city of Richmond, Ky., on the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or other intoxicating liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said city, and it further appearing that tho petitioners and tho defendant are willing and have agreed, subject to tho approval of tho court, that the election herein bo called for March the 3rd, 1011, it is now ac cordingly ordered and adjudged that tho sheriff of Madison county Ky., open a poll at each and all voting places in said city on Friday, March the 3rd, 1911, for the purposo of taking the senso of tho legal voters of said city, who aro qualified to voto at elections for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spiritous. vinous or malt liquors or ,, ! i ii .t ; uiiier iiuuxiuauiig is miuun suau iue som bartced or loaned In said oily. It Is further ordered that a special registration In and for the city of Rich mond, Ky., be held on Friday, February tho 17th, 1011, for the purposo of and to enable those persons entitled to vote in the aforesaid oleotion whoso names have not been recordod, on tho registration book at the election last preceeding the said March tho 3rd, 1911 to register and to enable thoso persons who have re moved from their precincts to another precinct in tho city, to have their regis. tration cancel in their old and to regis ter anew in their propor precincts and-fo- r all othor purposes allowed by law. Tho Sheriff of Madison county will advertise Ihis special registration and this election, as ho is by law required to advertiso It, and ho will open tho proper voting places in each of the said precincts of tho said city and cause the said registration and election to bo held by duly appointed and qualified election officers in said voting prpcincts as far as his duty goes and in tho manner and form required by law. W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. C. after this J Smok.ez.ess J .: Absolutely smokeless and odorless to be screwed down, but is put In like a cork in a bottle, and is attached ta font by a chain. Finished in japan or nickel, strong and durable, for service and yet light and ornamental. It has a cool handle and a da-- cr t well-mair.- t: It is safe, odor::.3 and smokeless. It has an automatic-lockin- g flame spreader, prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, cr J Is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quietly cleaned. Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, of a new device in construction, and can always be e" ;y unscrewed for revicking. An Indicator shows the amount of oil In the font. Filter-cadocs nat r : p It gives fust as much heat as you desire. . Dealers Eueryirhere. to 11 Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) at yours, vrilt fxr dtserif&it circular c nearest agency oj tin not ARE YOU Interested in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, 5ash, Etc If so, see Todd-Edwar- ds Lumber Co. s Orctai Phone 100 Richmond, K) R1CIIM,0ND. vs George McKinny & etc A Wonderful Display of Handsome China, Glassware, Jardiniere,, Flowers For your spring flowers come in now and H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. O. Queensware and many beautiful designs in KENTUCKY Cfliinty of Madison J Set. I, R. B. Terrill Clerk of the Madison County Court do hereby certify that tho fpregoingisa truo and coniplcto copy of tho order entered in order booic A 1st page (531 in the caso of John A. Mershon and 40j qthers on petition. Witness my hand this 3rd day of Jan uary 1911. R: B. Terrill Clerk-BD. Tevis Huguply D, O The undersignod Sheriff of Madison County will in compliance with the fore going order of tho Madison County court open, the polls at the various voting precincts in Richmond, Ky., oil the 3rd day of March, 1911, for the purpose stated in said ordor in obedience to said order. The undersigned will also open a special registration on February 17th, 1011 for the purpose of permitting all persona legally authorized to register as specified in said-ordSfl that said election en be heW as in sajd order directed. my hand as sheriff this 11 Given Amy Sato of Kentucky J Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz- zuiess, arising trom deranged organs. It does more xnan relieve, if used persistently, many have written to say that it cured them. TAKE Its poor policy to wait untill you have a flro to begin thinking about insurance. Do It now. Wo write the best policies Dan H. Breck. f t-- Poland Vases see CARDU It Will Help You J 37 I this exclusive display For Sale. .Lot In Burnamwood 70x170 feet. Apply R. K. STONE tf -- Sewell & MeKinney 1 I Notice to Creditors. 40-- 1 Douglas, Sin irnons & Deatherage Telephone 20 Seicbnd Street All persons haying claims against Ledford & Sowers, of Valley . View. Ky., will please present them properly vended scerdmg to law on or befere 42 .North Second Street ' Telephones 16 and 223 Our Grocery Department yill haye early VEGETA- BLLS and the choicest the rnrlce affords ii Mrs. Maxwell Johnson. Tarn .J ii uu sYeiyimng else uaa jailed. had been snffer- wuu iiujno spelts erer since X waa 1C years Iold. One day I I have now tatea 5 bottles and I can sav i naa i avia mat ii t. cured oil i b: ft long and fair trial," Tana . afta. tlmt. xtt Vui, - Mn. JohlWn J nrflVmu February 4t Ihh, 1911. Jess Oars,. , YalUy Yiw, K. o.Janury, mir nun XT t n. r XSX.9 UHIU1. GlTii 1911, D.1 r A. XeCORD, Wrtj AT ikLL DRUG STORES ir it a fair trial. i? SUriff of MftSipa s