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RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1911 NUMBER 35 The Wrong Way for you. is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it WALL PAPER 1L. I. Right Way to get good work is your paper trom an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger taffi Sole Blanto n Agent For w. P. BAXTER Grand Opening Absolutely Puro Phone Get Busy Richmond is IheOnly Club in the League Not on the Hustle. . WL paper The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TEUEPHONE 85 COAL N. V. WH ITE GojjMan The Old Reliable Dry Late Summer Fabrics are now shelves, also a complete fill-ing'b- ur 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 give our customers Although the Directors of 'the Richmond Base Ball Association say there is sure to he a good team representing this city in the Blucgrass league this season yet there has been practicaliy nothing done towards making such preliminary move as is customary at this time of the year. All the other teams of the league, especially Maysville and Paris, are on the hustle for new material and have about decided on their list of players. Both of these cities will make the strongest fight in their history of base ball to land the pennant this year. There is some little hitch in the business end of the association, which has caused delay, but that is sure to bo fixed up within ihe next few days, according to those who are at the head of the association. One thing sure, Richmond will have a team and one that will be composed of pood players. At a meeting held several days ago in Lexington the Directors of the league decided upon a double season of 120 games, CO games to each section. The season is to open May 0th and close September 4th, the first season ending on July 2th. In the event that one club does not stand best at the end of both season the two leading teams will be regarded as pennant winners and the championship honors. The 120 games will bo played in 118 days. Opening games and those on holidays will be pooled. President Ussery will arrange the schedule during ! this month and submit it to the Directors about March 1 for ratification. The session was entirely harmonious and the outlook for a successful season is bright. ROYAL ' And Sale of Fine Vehicles Consisting of Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s, Runabouts, Road Wagons, Pony Rigs, and the very latest styles, lsvery-thin- g to suit the public in this line, at our warehouse, formerly tho, Princess Skating Rink, Richmond, Ky., on BAKING POWDER MAKES HOME BAKING EASY Friday and Saturday Feb. J7 and 18. We sell the Birdsell Farm Wagon Old Hickory, Tennessee, Webber and Columbus, in fact all kinds of wagons you need. We are the largest dealers in the country, having sold last season eleven car loads. We aim to make this tho banner year. We bought heavily last season, anticipating a big run, but we were to some extent disappointed and now we are going to sell our surplus stock at Greatly Reduced Prices You know a good vohiclo as well as we do and you can see that a great bargain awaits you, even though you are not in need of one. We sell the Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons at this sale for 80S complete, size 2 3 inch complete for SCO, 3 -1 inch complete for SC2.50. A reduction of from S5 to S7 on each wagon, as we are no longer agents tor these lines. We mean to reduce our large stock regardless of cost price. We will have representatives here from tho different manufacturers on that date to explain tho merits of our fine vehicles. Owensboro, 3-- 4; 1- light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts more tasty, cleanly and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. Royal Cook BoohSOO Rccelplo-FreSend Natno and Address, oo i S An occasional sun bath is all the renovating: a Stearns & Poster mattress ever needs, vet it will last a lite time and always be comfortable. and the food is finer, I We Will Give Away Advertised Letters. Mr. Q. Adams, Mrs. Nannie Brock, Mr. Supt. A. R. Blue, Mrs. Lizzie Chenault. Mr. T. C. Collis, Henry Collins, Edd Davis, Miss Pearlio Dotson, Miss Vivian Dodsworth, Mr. Eugene Edwards, Mr. II. H. Eversole (2.) Peet Estees, Mr. Jos. C. Finnell, Mr. Garrll Gipson, Airs. Callie Jones, Mrs. Belle Johnson, Hattie Johnson, Mrs. G. D. Miller, Lucinda Miller col., Ben II. Prof. George Muder, Mrs. Xannie Ormes, John Poe, Mrs. Zeldra Powell, Walter Powetl, Mr. Chess Sams, Mr. Jesse Sparks, H. H. Sparks, Mr. Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Lewis Steigle, Luther Taylor, Cyrus Tuaner, Mr. Allen Turner, Mabel M. "Williams, Mrs. Ellen White. C. C. Wallace, P. M. on this occasion, absolutely free, one Pony Rig valued at S75 to any lady or gentleman guessing the exact number, ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. or nearest the exact number, of grains of corn in a glass jar, on exhibition in our place of business. This is no fake. This vehicle will bo given away on the last day at three o'clock in the aftercroupy children should see to it that noon. Come everybody. Hyomei is always on hand. Full inRespectfully structions for prompt relief of croup is STAPP & WINES Every Mother Should Read in each package. Richmond, Ky. A 50c bottle of nvomei 5s all vou and Remember This Make Honey. need in treating croup. This is known in an drug stores as txira lioitio iiy-- Mr. Joe Weaver has irone to Fox Tran. In any home where a child has a ten- omei Inhalent. B. L. Middelton and where he wilt install a large dency to croup, a bottle of Ilyomei (pro- druggists everywhere sell it? It is guar- - Upiarv and eo into tho business on a nounce it High-c-mshould bo kept anteed to cure catarrh. croup sore iarffe scale. That part of MississiDDi is tnroat, bronchitis, coughs and colds, or constantly on hand. peculiarly fitted for the handling of bees money back. A sudden attack of croup with difll on account of the excellent climate and cult breathing and extremo distress is Thos. A. Shelion, agent for Hurst early blossoms. apt to come on at any time. Home Insurance Co. Write mo or phono Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur The course to bo pursued is plain. 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. ance in the very best old line Companie Bend for your doctor at once, and in the f, Wm. S. Broaddus. Agt. We're Ready. meantime drop 30 drops of Ilyomei into a bowl of boiling water and hold the Stop earache in two minutes: toothDon't delay having your season cards child's head over it, cover with a towel printed. If you intend standing somo ache or pain of burn or scalds in five or cloth, so that only the air filled with of your stcck come in and have suitable minutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle-ach- e, Hyomei vapor is breathed. two hours; sore throat, twelve cards printed. If you haven't a cut we This method of treatment has saved can get one for you and fix up an at- hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, monmany a child's life, and mothers of tractive card that will get the business. arch over pain. Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you would buy Stearns 6c Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY A-icho- r STEARNS & F0STE1 MATTRESS $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A Windsor . . $!G.0C 22.50 Croup Conquered OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specially Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrof-- 1 ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitiers is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes ymi clear-eyeclear-brained, clear-skinne- Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. 229 K.O. L. . e) , For Sale. Mje residence en center Fifth Xe-rt; I streets. Apply D. M. STEVENSON Ninety cents cash willbwy 31.99 worth of groceries at Covington & Thorpe Ik d tf next lOdavs. tf. Our motto is "The highest price fer all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse. t-- tf If you haven't the time to exercise regularly, Doan's Regulets will prevent constipation. They induce a mild, easy healthful action of tho bowels without Ask your druggist for them. 25 cents. m ! Beet equipped wareheuse for handling loose leaf in this sectiett the Madison warehouse. Pleaty of kelp and no wani Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir Dressing; Parlor. ; itf m Come in ana haw your hair dfeseed in the newest style, braids aod pwhb Made to or iter. Braids rortotea U Itching piles provoke profanity. profanity won't cure them. Doan's natural color. Highest prices pafct for combings. Two doors above Stockton's Ointment cures itching, bleeding or truding piles after years of suffering. drug store, on Main street. Oflce phone Me 515, residence 202. At any drug stoee. bt g. . t j We Sell May Maniton m We Sell Patterns 10c Each GETTING READY 7?V . May Manton Patterns 10c Each 'it' ' v-;.-.- 9 .' ' Our merchanwe have ever had getting ready for the biggest spring business in 19 In dise 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. "We are - . Have Vou Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now before the best values are all gone Ay :: 3? 4h: - save you good money We are selling Ladies' Suits worth from .12.50 to 35.00, for from 750 to 15.00 Ladies' Coats worth 650 to 2000 for from 398 to 12.50 MenJs Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 2500, for from 748 to 1500 ; W e will , . . J '. ;; it -- All other winter weight goods at very low prices We mean to close these goods out. Come get a bargain 9 r Y ;r - S:t. 1 Corner First Hamilt on Brothers L - & Main Richmond, to. t A- i. ;! if -- it ; . , ... jz T- .- - ... v . lla i - er - - -- mob, i int emr mmr mi : . x :i i IK 8 -- v an institution whero .ira",u.i voung people come every year, iy from homos and communities I where the saloon is unknown, ft education and character building. Wo owe it to thorn, their teachers and ourselves, to throw about them even influence for thoir good, and to romove, as far as possible, every demoralizing agency. Because as n voter, I am constituted a guardian, have placed in my Keeping: and am resjxmsiblo for the pro it is teclion and promotion of the homo tho interests of wives, mothers, holpless and innocent children, and am responsible for the of tho morals and religion of the community. I am a monster if I am a i untrue to my sacred trust in helpmy vote, a deading to establish, by line ly enemy to them all. Because Richmond is a center of influ ence for good or evil for the whole county, and the call comes up. loud and strong, from every peace-lovin- g and unprotected home, and community, "save us from tho awful work of tho saloon." They have a right to mako it. Stiamo on us if we do not hear and heed it Because the majority of thoso who pe titioned for thain do not represent eitlior tho business, political, social, to Richmond. moral, or roligious element of the community, and 1 cannot afford to vote with them. Because those who do not want them colors are those who represent the best in your business, political, social, edu cational, moral and roligious interests, and are giving their lives for Muslin thoir promotion. I cannot afford not to vote with them. Because those who want tho saloon aro Lowest Our those who, from every consideration Best Oar Quality Chester. of personal and public interest, can least afford to liavo them, and it is The Woodford Sun has tho following my duty to voto for their interests, announcement of interest horo: Mr. and rather than their wishes. Mrs. Sam C. Nuckols, of A ersailles, an nounce the engagement of their daugh Becauso my vote for the saloon would mako me rosponsiblo for the moral ter, Eva Owens Nucko's, to Mr. Robert havoc occasioned by it. I should granted. II. Oay, of I'isgali. The marriage will have no right to condemn the saloon Fourth No person engaged in tho sale take place in tho early Spring. The keeper, for by my voto for tho sa- of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in announcement is of wide interest on ac loon 1 become a partakor of his evil coun'. of the prominence of the two deeds. Every murder, broken heart, the City of Richmond Ky., shall sell, difami'ies and the popularity of the young blighted life, and ruined home rectly or indirectly, any spirituous, vipeop.e. The bride is a niece or Mrs would be my deed as much as his. nous or malt liquors to an infant, person K. t. btockton. and is well known m "for so long as God is God and right Richmond. is right it can uover be wrong for of unsound mind, idiot, pr inobrlatc. Fifth No person engaged in the sale The many old fnonds and acquaintone man to run a saloon, nod right Well maybe Ben Johnson pave the ance!, of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Yantis will for another man to voto that saloons of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in may be run." true reason why he withdrew from the rejoice with them in (heir roaching the City of Richmond, Ky., shall permilestone of their fiftieth wedding an Because every principle and sentimei-- t tho race for Governor but he will have niversary. Tho celebration took place of patriotism, humanity and religion mit any infant to loiter in his placo of hird time convincing the people that at their home, in Paragould, Ark., on within me, rises up and demands business. miBlCB EYERT WEHBUT IT he really thought so. He was bested any February Cth, where they hive been rethat I vote against the saloon or be Sixth No person engaged in tho salo untrue tomy community, my fellow, of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO way he looked at it. At Frankfort when siding for many years since leaving Rich man, my God, and my butter self. Judge Benton was holding a special mond. Mrs. .. T. luce is a niece and (Incorporated.) there are other relatives in this section aro are some of tho reasons in tho City of Richmond, Ky.. shall sell, term of court, the petit jury took a vote Dr. Yantis was a druggist here for many Those justification of my voto against the directly or indirectly, any spirituous, saloon. "This murderous iralllcde- - vinous or mdlt liquors to any person or Pres. and Mgr. on the race and all twelvo voted for Mc vears. and stood high as a citizen. Mrs. A. D. Miller serves neither charity nor mercy, persons who at tho time aro drunk, or Creary. The Fish jury at Xicholasville Yantis was formerly Miss Daniel, of this Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. "SVfatte was closely related to the Jen There, is no law it will Keep, no Editor weeK belore last, also voted while in the city, and drink. Steve K. Vaught or Madison. pledge it will honor, no child it will under the influence jury room and all voted for McCrcary nings family Seventh All places in the City of not taint, no woman it will not be At the Normal chapel Inst Friday This was before Johnson had with foul, no man it will not dogradc. Richmond, Ky., whero spirituous, vinous evening one of the most thoroughly ASSOCIATION Rise here and now and pledge eter- or malt liquors are sold shall bo closed PRESS drawn. KCKTUCKY high class musical entertainments that nal enmity to this foe of man and and was in this city in a long God. Aftek six years of patiently waiting, has Seenby a large number of while, It lours for a clean and pros at 10 o'clock p. m. and opened not ear enjojed people. LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS DISTRICT EIGHTH perous town, a pure and upright lier than five o'clock a. m. hoping, believing, worrying, the Dan was the fourth number on tho regula citizenship mid happy homos. Eighth No placo in the City of Richville people are occupying their Federal course, and an attraction that could not G. W. CltUTCIII'ICLD. YEAB PER be witnessed for twice the prico under U.00 FFICE mond whero spirituous, vinous or malt building. Uncle Sam sure takes his other conditions. The music lovers of IN ADVANCE liquors aro sold shall bo opened on Sunown time when it comes to matters of Richmond enjojed a rare treat. Signor Notice. day for any purpose whatever. No por-so- n this sort. Even at that it lacks the ar Burtolotta, tenor, in his rendition of the engaged in tho salo of spirituous, Should the sale of spirituous, vinous. Sextette Irom Lucia and the selection 15 - 1U chitectural beauty of the one hero. WEDNESDAY FEB. from Rigoletto displayed a voiceof won or mall liquors again become lawful in vinous or malt liquors in tho City of Candidates for state offices, who in- derfd control and sweetness and hand in the City of Richmond, by tho vote to Richmond, Ky., shall sell same on Sun this city The local option elect ion vade this county might do well to have led ;he difficult notes of these grand be takou on Marolt 3rd, 191J, the City day. vH be heW e March 3rd. a little morea their cards printed here. Hand the operas with seomingly as much skill as Council of the City of Richmond will be Ninth No billiard or pool tables, the great Caruso. Other mombors of than tw weeks off. An active printer a little job, it might get a few the company were equally as finished in petitioned to adopt the following as ai slioniinL' "allories. bowling alleys, card is now on. The Climax, wkh its votes. their stvcral parts. ordinance of tho City of Richmond, Ky tablos or gambling devices of any kind, entire force, has always espoused the Married on Monday morning, Fob. in, in any room cause of good morals ami good citizenHow foolisii all this talk about bv Elder A. J. Tribble, at his home on BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY shall bo kopt or operated whero spirituous, vinous or malt liquors our people Owsley Stanley, Will Young and W. O. Iivinepike, Mr. Preston "Blake Cundilf ship. In the issue row before COUNCIL OFTIIE CITY OF RICH ire sold in the City ot Richmond, Ky., we arc takieg stronger grwwds, if pos- Head running against McCrearj for the and Miss Bessie Hallow. We do not MOND, KENTUCKY: kno-- - Mr. Cundliff, but we cannot be- AVe want no nor in any room connected with or open sible, than ever before. nomination. It is to laugh. First That any person wishing to en ing into a room whero spirituous, vinout. lievo him to bo anything else but a most doubts to remain i the id of any one excellent and exemplary young man gage in the sale of spirituous, vinous or or malt liquors arc sold. as to ear pesMi. we ezpect, beating the name that he does of Rev malt liquors by retail in any quantities Tenth No person ongaged in tho salo to do all in our Preston Blake. Rev. Blake was pastor paper aai sa- of tie Baptist church, of this place, for in the City of Richmond, Kontucky of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in power to further the cause of "ao Miss Susie Smith, of Corbin, is visiting several years andi was a most lovable shall, before any license is granted to the City of Richmond, Ky., shall permit loea." The writer has been a citizen of Miss Maggie Mitchell. man. He is a shining light in the Bap such person so to do. satisfy the City prostitutes or lowd women to loaf in, or is e years. lie Uiohmettd for thirty-fivMr. James T. Ferriell is able to be out tist church. (Jur best wish is that Mr, Council by proof that he or she is a per loitor around his place of business, nor Pres'xm Blake Cundiff may emulate the aoaHaiated with the conditions under again after a very serious illness. sashall spirituous, vinous or mait liquors example, which the man for whom his son of good moral clmracter. Hon. L. B. Herrington and J. H. Dean "open sjikxra" ad also UBder "no named him, has placed .before Second That tho licenso feo to sell bo sold to any such persons. loon" rwrime. lie has seea the tim were in Frankfort last week on business. mother Miss Hallow is the daughter of him. Eleventh Any person engaged in tho Dr. JohnSnowden, of Winchester, was Wm. Ballew and is a most estimable and spirituous, vinous or malt liquors by rewhen it was dangerous for women and appear on their front porches here Monday a witness in suit brough t beautiful young woman. She deserves tail in any quantities in the City of sale of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors children to Richmond, Kontucky, shall bo one in tho Citv of Richmond, Ky., who shall a gotd husband. or their front yards, rauoh less on the against the Robinson circus people. Mr. George McRoberts, of Danville The meeting of tho Cecilian Club thousand ($1000.00) dollars for a poriod violate the law by selling any spirituous, public streets, on days whea crowds of the men were leaving town for their homes was hereMr. later part of the week the with Mrs J. R .Johnson Inst Wednesday of one year, and liconso to sell spirits vinous or malt linuors on Sunday shall guest of and Mrs. Lewis Xeale. was one of the most enjoyable meet ous, vinous or malt liquors shall not be bo punished by a lino of not less than county. Again we have seen in the ings The many friends of "Happy Jim" cramof the season, ihe following pro- - granted for v. shortor period than one ton dollars nor more than ono hundred worn ob aHd children taking pleasure was rendered: Lackey will be sorry to learn that he has dollars. Upon the conviction of any walks en our sweets in the evening with been confined to his room for several Roll Call The Schumanns Robert and year. Clara. perfect safety. Third That any person applying to person for a violation of the Sunday law, days. Four Hands Hansel and Grotel Hum Comparing the con dttion of affairs un the City Council of the City of Rich tho license granted to such person to jiiss .losopnine r letcner arrived yes pcrdinck. der "open saloon" with conditions un- terday lor a visit to JIjss Jloliie File and mond, Ky., for license to soli spirituous, sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in White-Mr- s. Hurnam. of Richmond, Ky., shall bo at "ho saloon" wo have strong convic attend the German Club s cotillion to SketchMrs.Composer der vinous or malt liquors by retail in any tho City of liens as to which is best for the town night. quantities in the City of Richmond, Ky. onco revoked, and such person shall not Mrs. Leslie Evans. Paris News: Miss Mary Ashbrook, of Piano Aufschwund Personally, and we might say selfshly, shall specify the placo whore such per again be granted a licenso to engago in Miss Mary D. Pickels. we have bo interest save that of good uichmond, is the truest ot her sister, son desires to engage in such sale, and tho sale of spirituous, vinous or malt I P. liquors in the City of Richmond, Ky. citizenship in the outcome of the elec- Mrs. city.Kisorand Mrs. L J. Smith, Piano Whims-M- rs. Kellogg. shall pay into tho City Treasury of tho No part of the licenso fee shall bo rethis drunk- in tion, haviBg bo boys to become City of Richmond, Ky., the sum of ono funded to any person whose licenso is Talk The Romantic School Miss Janie George, lit Mrs. Johnson. ards and bo girls to have drunken hus- in the Climax office. is again at her post thousand dollars when such licenso is revoked under this ordinance. She is one of the Piano Night Song-M- rs. bands. Our interest is solely that of best compositors of the younger class in W. G. White. good citizenship, good of our town, good the state. Talk Ilis Year of Song-M- rs. neighbors. of the boys and girls of our C. A. Taylor left Tuesday forCoronado T. J. Smith. To our mind there can be no argu- Florida, where he will remain several Piano Mazurka in 15 minor Chopin Miss Kogers. ment in favor of "open saloon," but at weeks enjoying the sunshine of the Current Events-M- iss same time we accord to others the same Flower state. Iliggins. right which we reserve to ourselves, to Prof. W. H. Arnold, principal of At the urgent request of the leader, Carlisle High School, spent the week Mrs Kellogg gave the think for themselves, to express their end vacation as the guest of Prof. E. C. "Twentieth Century fraumeril" which is n recent opinions and to vote their sentiments. McDouglc and family. popular version of this classic compoi Mrs. D. E. Flora, ouyer for the Rich lion oi benumann's anu was mueii en When open saloons were in Richmond mond Millinery Co., has cone east for a joyed as something out of the uuul there was a splendid business house on two week stay to purchase spring stock order of program. There were fifteen members present and a number ol First street offered far sale at t2,000. It lor tne nrn. ling will be Rev Thomas Talbott, associate editor guests. The nextme on Feb. .22 with was on the market for several months Mrs. Neale with of the Penticostal Herald Louisville. an AmericanBennett program. with not an offer at any price. After I was in the city Thursday Friday and saloons went out this same piece of prop- tne guest oi Kev. Crutchhcld. Why I Am Going to Vole was quickly bought at 82,500, an erty Bishop Burton conducted services at advance of 25 per cent More recently the Episcopal church last Sunday mornAgainst the 5aloon's Reone of our oitizens had a dwelling house ing and evening. He was the guest turn to Richmond. vacant in eastern part of town. Within whilejhcre of Mr. and Mrs. M. C Kellogg. For every action, and especially every a few days he had 25 applications for it. At his home on the Summitt, Rev. E. The large business house on Main street. U. ileuougio officiated at the marriage action that atlects great and sacred in terests, a man should be able to Rive recently built by Dr. Bert Gibson, was of Mr. Whitfield Moody. Jr., and Miss reason that satisfies first himself, as li Ella S. Ballard, both of Kingston, last apeagerly sought for. He had eight sits in exacting judgment on his own Saturday. as his acts affect others, he plications for it long before it was com Mr. Robert Walker, who has been with acts&nd willing to defend be able pleted. Does.this look like "no saloons' the Richmond Drug Co., has tendered should openly. and has killed the town, as some of our his resignation and will be with the them vote on the saloon issued must be Sly n Lumber Co., as book answered for at tho liar of my own con good friends among the whiskey men keeper. predicted and are still trying to make science, and as my vote atrects the busiMisses Mary S. Miller and Laura Taylor ness, political, social, moral and religus believe? assistant trimmers at the Kichmond ious interests of this community, and Millinery Company have taken positions especially as my vote affects the sacred Ose of the oldest lawyers in Rich- in the batnuel Ach wholesale house. interests of the homo wives, mothers, and helpless and innocent children, I mond, a man who has practiced law for Cincinnati, lor two weeks. wish to go on the record giving some 50 years or more and who has been the Mrs. A. D. Miller, who has been at the reasons why I am going to vote against lawyer cither defending or prosecuting Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, has sufficiently tho saloon. to do moved to her home in in as manr or .probably more murder recovered I ata going to voto against it because cases than any other man in the state of the country, which will be good news to the saloon decreases business and gener many mends. her al heilthful prosperity in all depart Kentucky recently made the statement ments of worthy trade. The testimony Mr. Thomas of in a public speech that in all of his prac- was in. the city H. Dudley, the Chicago. of iiiclmiond merchants, and other re guest of last week tice there were but two cases in bis his sister, Mrs. Jonah P. Wagers. Mr. liable sources give abundant evidence of whole experience in which whisky did Dudley delivered a short talk at the this. not figure and that in a large majority Baptist church last Sunday evening on Becauso the saloon devours tho earnings of tne poor, giving nothing in reof the cases it was the direct cause of the local option cause. turn but hunger, nakedness, begCashier R. E. Turley, of the State gary, wretchedness, and crime. the killings. Now Mr. Law Abiding Bank, has gone to Martinsville, Ind Because the saloon is a corrupter of pol to Wait You Citizen, you who honesty believe In where he will remain a few days before itics, an enemy to good government, "open saloons" (and we give you credit going on to Champaign, Ills., to visit his a continual mcanace to tho peace of "We have decided to sacrifice all profitand for being just as honest in your opinion son Uobert, who is in school there. . tho community, a foul breeder of as we are in ours) what have you to say? offer these regular $5.00 Gold Glasses, carecrime a leech and a cancer on the The Misses Black celebrated their body politic. Are you not in a measure 'of least re- father's eightieth birthday Saturday, fully fitted to your eyes at the unheard of sponsible for this state of affair? Be 4th, with an elegant surprise dinner. Because the saloon is the destroyer of the home, clouding its joys pollutOnly relatives and a few friends were price of honest with yourself and answer. ing its purity, corrupting its innopresent. All spent a very pleasant day, cence, blighting its hopes, breaking At Joe's its loving and tender hearts, and Da. Cbabbe and other officials of the Zaring wasMonday evening, Mr. Allen the host at an elegant spread darkening its future with black dearNormal School are constantly in receipt complimentary to the superintendents. -air. of letters from all over the state asking traveling salesmen and office force at the Becauso tho saloon opens wide tho door Zaring Mills. Covers were laid for if there are open saloons in Richmond. of temptation to our youth, and is an ever inviting and enticing TempThey conclude their letters by saying if twelve. ter to its portals of death. liquor is cold in Richmond they will not Manager Baxter, of the opera house Because tho saloon is the enemy of send their daughters and sons here to has returned from Columbus, where he frsedom. It threatens, it bribes.it The frames are absolutely Gold Filled meeting of school. The eyes of the entire state are attended the Association. the National btycots. It would unman every He says he Vaudeville not gold plated. occupy the same man that would voto his honest upon us to see how we are going to vote had the biggest time oi bis lire, but reagainst it. on March 3. "No saloon" is undoubtedly fused to given out the program. place in the optical trade as Rogers Bros. Because the saloon is worse than an important factor in the building up of Miss Alice Lloyd, several years Princithievery. "Ho who steals my purse 1847, do in the silverware line, as Elgin or our pal of Madison Female Institute and our State, Normal School and of steals trash, but he who steals my Waltham do in the watch business, and'are gcod name, (character) robs mo of Madiion Female College, as well as our more recently the able lieutenant of Mr. Lebus in his fight for the tobacco pool. that which does not enrich him, but guaranteed by the manufacturers to wear splendid High Schools. spent a day in Richmond last week. Miss mikes me poor indeed." The sa Lloyd is editor of theMaysville Bulletin. loon robs of character and lifo. TEX YEARS. All standard styles and Tex AeUaqueat tax list as published Because the saloon is worso than mur Mr. Nicholas Harber, has gone for an frames hen a man takes my phy-siisder. ifThClhaglatweekf was the small-Eeier- extended trip south with a view to locat life, ho does not touch my Mm kistorty of this eonnty, of ing. He will visit Florida and go as ia far character my tmo lifo. Tho sasouth as Tampa. Mr. Uarber is think-la- g at m1 wkMa the loon Is murdering its thousands, seriously of securing an orange grove Am esuaia- Mm iMii( iainaKanif. catting them soul and body into hell. ia the Sower state and going into the All Successful Business Men are Imitated Ho drunkard shall inherit the valapaB wv Mnm MaB jav fewhMM uH wcfrMisively. kljgdom of lleaven." Tho saloon Mm tec Jwt murdering institution, account-ftfOU. Mui Yum was the beat last for more 4etns than war. TV am ay at a ia honor of Jadfe Oaa thai "ao kil o urf famine togthr- Baatoa ami a few friends. Tba.aeaaaiaa ; to to vita it? was mala Mewrable by Utc taUiaf mi foinf to vow afaiwt Um BUTTER1CK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming time you were and making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most of spring beautiful Embroideries and Laces ever brought Be sure to see the Floun- cingboth and white and don't forget to look Underwear at our new is Price is of a huge ham by the popular host, to his guests which Circuit clerk, Roy White declared to bo the largest he had ever seen. Berea Citizen: Miss Ida Lewis Who has teen assisting in the Gibson Infirmary at. Richmond arrived last week for a visit with homo folks... air. anu .Mrs. Geo. Golden, of Richmond, visited thoir parents hero last week.. .Miss Sarah fcly camofrom Kichmond last week for a visit "with home folks. Mr. Ben Daugherty was host last even ing at a Birthday party and soveral of his friends sat around the festive board to en'oy a sumptuous repast set by the ever popular Joe. ilr. uaugncrty is proud of the fact that he was born on St. Valentine's day, tho he would have muct rather it would have been the 17th of March. Ho is exceedingly pop ular umong his associates. On Monday morning, Feb. 13. at his home on Woodland avenue, this :ity. Dr. (.. C. Marshall united in marriage E. B, Morton and Miss Rebecca Parke, A number of the relatives and friends of both bride and tho groom were proscat. Tho bride, who resides near Kicli mone, is well known and lias many friends. The groom is a prosperous farmer of Clark county. They will reside in JSlnclison county. On, Wednesday morning. Fob. S. at 10 o'clock, at the home of Miss Rebecca B. Park, occurred the wedding coremony which united for lifo Ellis Winkler and Miss Almore Lawson. A few relatives and friends assembled to witness tne ceremony which was performed by Dr. C. C Marshall. Miss Lawson, who is the daughter of J. W. Lawson, is an uiv usually attractive young lady. Mr. Winkler is a successful farmor. Thoy inwill reside in Clark county, near loon because the state has given us g gVAArVfe && m & rV lVfrft w m h. h h SUH&frfr & &fV h &k &k rVfV 9 Cre safo-guardi- Continued Till ma FT sr snoes, nais ana rurnismnus Llotiiinsfc A learing Sale it Saturday, February 11 A For Men and Bovs Too much stock is the cause of this Great Sacrifice Sale 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 Roya Home of Good Clothes J. y& S. Stanifer, Prop. Richmond, Ky 3 i v teTO WTO Jp Mt fe --4. v OWEN McKBB raarCt'T 1 fe" 1 Betsy's Pointers bitant prices. Thoro are a good many reasons for exorA dairyman told mc his milk was higher becauso his cow jumped over the moon, and ho's as reasonable as some others I've heard. But there's ono placo with no excuse, because their prices can bo reached without a balocn, and you know whe I mean The Lamb You Get Here is real lamb, not the mutton kind. If run mutton you'll get it- - The Richmond Climax.' Young, Sweet and "MM 231 Mild. But we don't tell one fi: other. Those who know meats best, like theai m Trj some and you'll n: to come again. does. Ev-- Lackey Telephone 02 k Todd Opera House Building WEST MAIN STREET The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing C. C. CULTON Successor to Douglas & Cultoo TELEPI cam-paig- Put last year's duds in this month's suds and prepare for the coming spring : If You Want : : : : : The Best Price fo v your PLR50NAL5 Expert Dry CI eamng and Dyeing Done in the Queen City TobaCco brine it to the Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Near Shipments Twice Weekly from local office L & N. Depot Our Service is Perfect eaten Dry Cieanio g Co CINCINNATI, OHIO R. C. Oldham, Prop. Local Office, Telephone 272 Our auctioneer will get a little more for it than any other place. A competent force always on hand to handle your tobacco in the proper manner. B. B. Million, W. M. Jones and B. P. Black are constantly in attendance and see that your interests are carefully guarded. AH old timers in the tobacco business. One Week Only One Weel FREE EXAMINATION $5 Gold Blanton-Congleto- R ma MAr Feb. 9Hk Med Spectacles and beginning Monday Feb. 20 Eye Glasses for Act Quick! Don't Delay as this Offer is for One Week Only We will Gladly Refund Your Money if you are not Satisfied with your Purchase During This Sale Three Lye Specialists on Opportunity of a Life Time Guarantee Given With Lvery Pair 5old Lenses Guaranteed Against Breakage for One Year Every pair guaranteed to give Perfect Satisfaction. Lenses exchanged Free of Charge. Greatest Advertising Proposition Ever Offered to the Public We Can Duplicate Any Lenses Made $5.00 Gold Spectacles and Eyeglasses, with lenses fitted to your eyes by our Expert Opticians for $1.00 NOTICE The' Lowest Prices for Prescription, Bifocal Lenses and Finger Piece Mountings , $1.00 What You Get for $1.00 A Gold Frame perfectly fitted to jour face. Any style you desire; reading or distance glasses that will serve you for years; protection and rest for tired, strained eyes; freedom from headache and eye pain that come from defective vision? the satisfaction that you have gotten all this and saved a nice sum of money con-rirtio- STOCKTON and SON or al Main Street Richmond, Ky aeaoryof Beware'of Imitators in t - dr el Optical Department Hours 8 A.,;M. to 8 R M. Saturday JO P. RL Remember the Place and Date ALL THI5 WEEK n Hi ui Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Beech 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 and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Hats Fine Line New Style Last Saturday Manager Baxter, of the local billboards, WUSllEB put up some very attractive THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO posters sent to him by the (Incorporated.) Society for the study and pre Pres. and Mgr. vention of Tuberculosis, and A. D. Miller W. G. White they will help greatly in - Editor Steve K. Vaught stamping out and preventing Mtmber he spread of this terrible disease. One poster shows how, by a careless consump PUBUSI'ERS tive spitting upon the floors YEAR of his rooms the tuberculosis PEB ?BICE $1.00 IN ADVANCE germ is carried to other mem bers of the family, and the 1011 WEDNESDAY FEB. 15 other poster shows ver3 graphically how tuberculosis Announcements FOR "SHERIFF may be contracted by sleep W nr. miMinrlToit in nnnnimrl' KL.MER DEATHEKAGE n candidate for Shetiff of ing in rooms where there is Madison county, subject to the action of no fresh air. It has been Democratic party w nn miffintizfl to nnnounce JOHN E.n rnnrililntp for Sheriff of Mndproven beyond the shadow of UAT.mrlK Don county, subject to tlie action or tne party. a doubt, that tuberculosis is Democratic W. nrp niithnrir.pd to nnnounce N. .B insRS n mndiilnlo for Sheriff of Mnrtison- not hereditary, but it is a county, subject to tne ociion oi ine uemucontagious disease, very much cratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE ike small-poor typhoid Wa nn mithoriy.ed to announce BEXJA MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. Twrlntendentof Public Schools of Mnclison fever, and can be prevented county, subject to the action of the Demo if the persons having the dis cratic party. E1ERT WEMESMT BY Seo'y-Trea- s. f he Richmond Climax. Big PosteTS. Doing business vnxh-o- ct adrertmng in tins paper is like trying to unlock your bam door with your wife's hifpia. Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. The Northwestern. Mutual Lite In siirauce Co., will loan money at 5 per cunt interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage' Apply 'o J. C- Chenault, Atty tf Richmond, Ky, A Wonderful Display of Handsome China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and You're got the wrong ley. Adreitistag is lie key to lie horn of plenty. see of We want to pot yon at the big end of the horn. Our ad. rites fit KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION this exclusive display I. R. Pennington Dentist. Office next door to Governmenl ing Richmond, Ky. and EIGHTH DISTRICT LEAGUE. your purse. Our publicity brings the money to your door. iOoprrtsiiv buili Sewell & McKinney 140-14- 2 North Second 5treet tsr. vr w. a. tjj Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Telephon 2b i Office in Oldham Hun iui? s t-- Telephones 16 and 223 Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords The wise man carries both life and Dan H. Breck has fire insurance. f he best police. Dan E. Breck. life, fire and accident tf insurance. R. Emmett Million Hnccesoor to Uurmn It Vennj Over State Bane & Trust Company " Eggs For Sale. Leghorn and Barred Plymounth Rock eggs. Setting 15 eztrs, 81. Also few pairs beautiful and popular African geese, $10 per pair. am also agent for tho celebrated Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Poul try appliances foods and supplies. Tel ephono 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. Clark Rice, I have for salo Brown DENTIST TELEPHONE 2S6 Watch Repairing is a specialty to which we give special attention. No matter how much or how little the watch is defective or damaged we tako particular pride in deiftg the work so the timepiece will b as geod as x -- larry M 'Blanton. DENTIST ul. tsTOrnce Ik- - FOR JAILER Wp nr authorized to nnnounce MORGAN n candidate for Jailer of Mndison TAYLOR county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. FOR ASSESSOR W ore authorized to announce W. F, 1ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Nad. ison county, sumecc to tne action oi mc Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LnT?nc C. House a candidate for County Clerk of Madisoncou nty. subject to tne action oi Democratic party J. B. Stouffer Oldest Established Clothing: and Tailoring House in Richmond Warmer: Make your home as mdetn for your family as a city ret dencfl and pUce .vous-l- l in a poeition tccet the latest market quotation 8 anv time. Thi- - can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, w hie you and your neighbor can gt for a 6uru that is email compared with the' ben G s received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville, rennesefl. for information regarding our special ''Farmers' Line' taie If at present you are not enjyine telephone service, we can immpdiatp'v lines rover th" States ii teres you, Oa Southern portion of ot Kentnckv Tennessee, Mississippi Indiana and Illinois. l.on'fiana and the Mr Rural Telephones New Bond Issue Richmond Llectric Company riles Deed of Trust With County Clerk. SAST The Richmond Electric & Power Company filed a deed TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporaied of trust with the County Clerk of Madison county last "Wednesday to the United States "Good Things to Eat" That' all we carry. Vhether It's a staple, like sugar, or a frncy table delicacy, like imparted cheetc, we hare it, end in a quality absolutely dependable. Every product that eiters this store Bust stand rigid examination. Hacb article is chosci from many brands offered, because It has proved its superior merit. Each brand competes for preference, end none rains a place on our shelves if it fails to measure t j to our high standard of quality. One of the recent suaxssfnl contestants for representation in cur line is Trust Company, of Louisville, which provides for a new bond issue of the Electric Company, a step that means much to this city and its fu- ture. The Indenture specifies ELECTA COFFEE a smooth and daintv blend ttf selected, highland grown beans the market's choicest. and The Electa process of preserves the genuine coffee flavor and improves it. In nsing Electa CofTeojon ate sure of the finest quality a satisfaction that in itself would make Electa worth more than other coffees. Compare it with any ysa ever drank riefore. Yonll like the rousing flavor cud the elorious arose. g iately for the purpose of re funding the company's old bond issue and other indebt edness; and $200,00.00 worth of bonds are placed with the that $30,000.00 of bonds are to be issued android immed Trust Company in escrow to be used for future extensions and improvements to the plant, and for no other purpose. All the bonds bear 6 per cent, interest and may be Tat e and Son converted into the Non-ta- x Telephone 35 What About That Leaky Roof.... We have a bi lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Yellow Pine able Preferred Stock of the company which bears 7 per cent, per annum paj'able quarterly. There is a sink ing fund provision which re quires the payment by the Electric Company to the Trust Company, in addition to the interest on the bonds, or two per cent, per annum on all outstanding bonds, and the sinking fund thus created is to be invested in the com pany's bonds at not more than 105. The company has the right to call the bonds after the year 1912 at 105 and inter est, and the preferred stock at 110 and accumulated divi dends. The bonds are designated as the Refunding, Mortgage, 6 per cent, Sinking Fund, Shingles Yours for a Square Deal BlantonCongleton Lumber Co. Successors to Ed. Blanton & Co. Near I L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Assignee's Sale Richmond Steam Laundry, Richmond Kentucky The undersigned will off. r at pub ic sale at 10 a. m. ease will be careful and not scatter it by careless spitting. R. D. No. 3, Through the generosity of Richmond, Ky the National Billposting As sociation. these educational Dandruff and Itching Scalp posters are being displayed Yield to This Treatment. in over four hundred towns Why experiment trying to drive the and cities in the United dandruff eerm from underneath the States. The posters which skin with greasy lotions or fancy hairGold Bonds will be displayed in thirty-tw- o Convertible, dressing when H. L. Perry Drug Store are in denominations o cities in Kentucky, are sent will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP They $100.00, $500.00 and $1,000.00 out by the Kentucky Asso to entirely rid the scalp of the germ lift that causes the trouble. The Preferred btotk is in ciation for the Study and "Pre ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo obtainshares of blUU.UU each, and vention of Tuberculosis. ed in any city or town in America and can be issued only in exchange aro recognized tho best and most econoeuemary nanus, jacK oi outdoor OS' omical treatment for all eflections of for the bonds. crcise, insufficient mastication of food tho skin and scalp whether on infant or The officers of the comuany constipation, a torpid liver, worry and grown persons. One shampoo with state that in making this bond anxiety, are tho most common causes of ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO stomach troubles. Correct your habits will stop itching and cleanse the scalp issue the company adopted and take Chamberlain, s Stomach and of dranduff and scurf. sufficiei t Liver Tablets and you will soon be well financial plan We invito you to try ZEMO and ZEMO broad to meet the future again. For sale by Stockton & Son. SOAP and if not entirely satisfied we growth of the city and the Don't will refund your money. company's business; that the Remember Mr. Merchant Call Covington & Thorpe for gro Improvement and Extension that the Climax's supply of cerios. onYou will save 10 cents on every Bonds will be issued from calendars are the most com- dollar. tf time to time in the future, plete you ever looked over. under carefully guarded re- Call us by phone and we will Order For Election. strictions, for permanent im- wait on you at your pleasure Madison County Court provements and betterments with our exhaustive line of January Term Jan. 2nd, 1911. to the plant, thus enabling the new samples just in. Don't Court met : C. company to keep the plant send the business out of town Hon. W. R. Shackelford Judge presiding equipped with the most mod- to those who care nothing John A. Mershon and 405 others ern machinery, of sufficient for Richmond. On Petition vs order. capacity to serve the city It appearing that t economically and well. They Pneumonia Follows a Cold written petition to tho courtwas andthe is filed herein But nover follows tho use of Foloy's say that the company's busi- Honey and Tar, which checks the signed by a number of legal voters of , the city of Richmond, Ky. , viz. 370 legal and expels the cold. ness in Richmond is growing coujih Hannibal, Mo., says, M. "It beats all voters equal to and in excess of 25 per and that the plant at present the remedies I ever used. I contracted cent of tho number of voles cast at the was threatenand cough is carrying its maximum ca- a bad cold pneumonia. andOne bottle of last election in said city, as has been ed with Foley's Jloxmy and Tar completely cured heretofore in this case ordered and adpacity. me." No opiates, just a reliable house judged, came tho voters on this next In conversation with Repre- hold remedy. For salo by Stockton & regular term of this Cour sentative L. B Herrington, Son. after the filing of their peAll Smiles. of the Comwho is Pre.-idetition on July Count3" Court day for this pany and J. H. Dean, SecreCol. Dan M. Chenault, the county, and deposited with the Judge of sum of 3110. this being this court tary and Treasurer, the Cli- Richmond attorney, is al the amountthe fixed by the said court as max was told that the new smiles over the committing t sufficient to pay for posting and printbonds would be offered by the i he penitentiary of David A. ing advertisements as provided for in Trust Company for local sub- Graham, "alias" A. H. War local option elections, for tho fees of the clerk of this court and for his services scription, an investment ner, who fleeced him out of herein, and for necessary expenses of in which many locai capital S100. The gentleman was special registration and the holding of election, which said ists will no doubt lake advau sent up from Shelbyville. It said said County Judgo sum of money accepted and the tage of immediately. seems that Warner had been now accepts as full and complete comin such Speedy Relief From Kidney operating the confidence game pliance with tho statute it furthercases apmade and providod and in Shelbyville as well as Rich pearing to the court that all legal stops Trouble rnond and when he was ar necessary to have a vole in the city of "I had an acute attack of Bright's disease with inflammation of the kid- rested in Columbus, Ohio sev Richmond, Ky., on tho proposition neys and bladder, and dizziness," says malt or eral days ago, the Shelbyville whether or not spiritous vinous, be sold Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson, Mich other intoxicating liquors shall bottle of Foley s Kidney Remedy over authorities made a supreme bartered or loaned in said city, and it como the attack, reduced the inflamma tion, took away the pain and made tno effort to get him fiist and further appearing that tho petitioners bladder action normal. I wish every and the defendant aro willing and hayc one could know of this wonderrul rem they "worked" on him proper agreed, subject to tho approval of tho edy." For salo by Stockton & Son. Me confessed and was given court, that the election heroin be called Did'He? a sentence of from one to five for March the 3rd, 1911, it is now accordingly ordered and adjudged that Did that pestiferous little years in the "Pen." He also the sheriff of Madison county Ky., open claimed that he was one of the varmint, the ground hog, see Innes heirs to Shelbyville a poll at each and all voting places in March his shadow last Thursday? people, who were Ins victims, said city on Friday, taking tho 3rd, 1911, for tho purpose of tho sense of Well I guess he did for old the same as he did here. The the legal voters of said city, who aro Sol was shining the whole day State Bankers Association of qualified to vote at elections for county long. If the legend is to be fered a reward of S200 for the officers upon tho proposition whether or not spiritous, vinous or malt liquors or of "Warner in the riirhtful eruide, then we arrestreward offered addition other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold to a by two are to have six more weeks Shelbyville people whom he bartered or loaned in said city. of real winter. The goose "worked" for $125 each, viz., It is further ordered that a special R. Wright registration in and for tho city of Rich bone theory as well as the circuit clerk Prank mond, Ky., bo held on Friday, February ground hog legend will never and Graham Brown. the 17th, 1911, for tho purposo of and to A pieco of flannel dampened with die out, but follow the gener enable those persons entitled to vote in Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on the aforesaid election whose names havo tions. to the affected parts is superior to any - H. L PATRICK DENTIST or better than.it wkea sew. We do jewelry repairing a ad remodeltag m ttte same way Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work Test us with some piece you cannot now use Specialty. Office in Bank Building. a MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER RICHMOND. KENTUCKY f GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House ORLEANS1 I NEW MOBILE and iVl ARDI G R AS Attobnkyat-L- a KENTUCKY. AiSIIMOND. 'tnce over Mate Bank & Trust Co., op iKite (Joort House, on Mam Street. . SPECIAL, REDUCED FARES TicKets ea sila Febrcary 21, Good Returning Dr. C . H. Matnhar Graduate JIcKlllIpp Veteilnai) ot Chicago. Ill liege until Hatch 11th, STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL on WWE 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 1911, with Pritlleee of Extsaslea POINTS & CRESCENT ROUTE, FOB FULL PARTICULARS. CALL CH AW TICKET ACENT, QUEEH Veterinary Surgeon Offico at J. R. Azbill's Stable Offico Phono 99 Richmond, Ky Res. Phono 532 H. C KINO. Passenger end Ticket Aeeit. 101 E. Main Street. Lufogion, Ky. W. A. BECKLER. General Passenger Axent. Inzotts BruMlnz. Cincinnati, O. H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR urnams Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented solicagc of thoso its patron needing ser vices of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. James & Hunley buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or anv thin else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly an carefullv attended to. See him if his services are need ed. We represent iron boun Insurance Companies re member this. "Will Stock-well- FIRE, TORNADO BOND All Forms Office in Douglas & Simmons' Building Second Floor nt Give DAVE FREEMAN A CAIX AND SEE THEM Share of Your Fire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It He represents the Best Firo Insurance Companies in the business and guaran tees satisfaction Ope ff and Daily Cincinnati BIG El Consign Your Live Stock TO C. C. Seal & Co Union Stock Yards Cincinnati, 0. These are our leaders in Subscription Offers. On some of them the time is limited to February 28. Don't wait And receive tho highest market price as wo aro the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market. The Climax $2.50 - 2.75 Daily Louisville Herald, one year - J. 95 Breeders Gazette, one year 2.50 Daily Courier Journal, 8 months 5.50 Daily Lexington Herald, one year 4.50 Daily Louisville Times, one year W. oct ."mo 5. NORRI5 Post, one year will gladly lose sleep and stop eating in an effort to please my customers, onng me your You aro probably aware that pneu monia always results from a cold, but vou never heard of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Chamberlain s Cough Rcmedv was used. Why take the risk when this remedy may be had for trifle? For salo by Stockton & Son. plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest givo it a trial and you aro certain to bo more than pleased with tho prompt relief Thich it affords. Sold by Stockton and Son. Mm For Sale I havo a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fino condition, it is a a tie- pot wagon, carry four or flvo people. It has both summer and winter side doors, polo and shafts. I also have a set of hand mado carriago harness and a large gentle harness horse all of which I will sell worth the money. Dr. Clarenco H. Vaught. Hides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool I New Agent Willis Moorcs, of the Climax force is the new agent hero for the Louisville Times. On account of his hustling ability he was selected from a long list of applicants by that paper to look after its interests hero. Call him Mr. pay the highest prices Ring phone 363 RICHMOND M. WIDES March 6th, 1911, at 69. on the premises, the RichKENTUCKY mond Steam Laundry, con sisting of boiler, engine and Bargain Coun -- The New Economy Big values at little pricts to help rt duce household expenses. Fcr 5c you c;in buy many items that ordinFor 10c you arily sell for a dime. worth up to a quarter. pet values Specialties in enameled ware, tinware, kitchen hardware, imported china, glassware, woodenware, brushes, cutlery, etc and evfry price marked in plain jigures. If you buy your household goods here, you'll SAVE MONEY Right is reserved to reject May's popularitj in Jb'uiaski any and all bids. a shown by tue tact tnat su i hnmrh it is a siro til Republi- Previlege is reserved to r : J " sell the above privately at f.un ontiiitv. it alwavs eleeteui him when he ran tor otnee. any time prior to sale. though a . . dyed-in-J,he-w(jti various kinds of launderiny machinery and appurtenances Machines will first be offered separately then as a whole and sold to the highest bid der. At the same time and place a lease on the building running until December 3ist, 1911 will be offered for sale. Terms announced at sale Hot For McCreary. The Lexington Herald says: "Col. John S. M.y, of Som in erset, who was a lieut-narKentucky Uavatry the Sixth under Col. Griggsbv, which was a part of Gen. Morgan's command, was a caller at .t tht-Herai- Lagrippe Coughs not P. Breckinridge com manded the brigade iu wuich Col. May's regiment was at V. C. office yesterday. Strain and weaken the system and if checked may develop into pneu monia. No danger of this when Foleys Aoney and Tar is taken promptly It is a reliable family medicine for all coughs and colds, and acts quickly and effectively In cases of croup. Remember the narae Foley's Honey and Tar for all coughs and colds, for croup, d bronchitis, hoarseness and for racking lagrippe cousrhs. No Col. substitutes. For sale byopiates. Refuse Stockton & Son. tached, and Col Mav tiad, a ;reat admiration tor nim as a oldier and a gentleman. Coi not been recorded, on tho registration at the election last precccding 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 havo their registration cancel in their old and to register anew in thoir proper precincts and for all other purposes allowed by law. The Sheriff of Madison county will advertise this special registration and this election, as he is by law required to advertise it. and ho will open the proper voting places in each of tho said pre cincts of tho said city and caus-- ) tho said registration and election to be held by duly appointed and qualified elec tion officers in said voting precincts as far as his duty goes and in the manner and form required by law. W. R. Shpckelford J. M. C. C, State of Kentucky County of Madison I Set. I, R. B. Terrill Clerk of tho Madison County Court do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true nnd completo copy of tho order entered in order boo A 1st page 631 in the caso of John A. Mershon , and 405 others on petition. Witness my hand this 3rd day of Jan uary 1911. R. B. Terrill Clerk By D. Tovis Huguoly D. 0 book If you have any other periodical in mind come We will save you money. We FOR SALE BY in today. are prepared to take subscriptions for any A. DOBROW5KY FIRST STREET paper, magazine or periodical published in L. & N. Time Table this country or in Europe 2 o. o. No. 2u. No. No. No. No. South Bound. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:03 a. m. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De parts 0:30 a. m. 1. Versailles to Beattyvillo Junct. Arrives 9:30 a. m. Departs 9:53 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar rives 11:02 a.m. Departs 11:34 a. m 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. 3. Versailles to Heattyvillo June Arrives 1 :50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m 0 Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 31. Mid-nigh- t. The Richmond Climax First Street My Wall Paper Stock guarantee to please the most fastidious people is complete and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We 7:25 p. m. , Native town patriotism is the mother of home success. Good tiings to sell, proper publicity in this paper and win buyers in this, J. H. DEAN, Assignee. Democrat. j3-5t J. T. FERRIELL 239 W. Main Street, McGinn Building 5, 10 and 25c Store Real Estate Agent Okihua BuIMinf Richmond, Ky want you U j iuuu r say. He remarmju, kirn for McUreary ior vjovernpr and that my coun i y is almost solid for him. If .nominated T believe he will get at leak 400 Republican votes in Pi laalri in addition to those bf the Democrats. ' " it" 4I t i stbk-toitivene- ss viqnity ; buyers mean money, money brings svery-thte- g to. your door. ::, :: :: i The undersigned Sheriff of Madison County will in compliance with the fore going order of the Madison County court open tho polls at the various voting precincts in Richmond. Ky., on the 3rd day of March, 1911, for tho purposo stated In said order in obedience to said order. The undersigned will also open a special registration on February 17th, 1911 for the purposo of permitting all persons legally authorized to register as specified la said order so that said election can be Held as in said order directed. Given under my hand as sheriff' this 11 day of January, 1911. D. A, MoCORD, North Bound Xti. 3t. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arri and Departs 4:10 a. m. Na 10 Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysvillo. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. Nc, 2. Beattjville Junctito Versailles. Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 No, 23. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. Not 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar m. Departs 2:00 p. ra. rives 1:50 NoJ 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives 3:00 p- - m. No A. Beattyville Junct. to Versailles. Arrives 3:45 p. m. Departs 3:48 p. No 82. Jacksonville to Cinclsaati Ar rives and Dprtt 5:18 p. m. No SU 37. 3S, J, 34, X, K. Dfeijrtntias. N' TX. i, a, i, i a-- n W.L.LEEDS Third Street . II Rkhmond, Ky LET THE CLIMAX DO YOUR . n M Sheriff of Xadiswi County. v At in Mnira 111 ft II . ' - A "... - ' " ..... U -iv V - . ' " . - " & , " ' ' . 'c . ; - v. ...... " - ;- - S'A-;:-- - ..-- ? u---- ; , :. .. - :' .r5'"'--- r-' - -- r.V?'?,-:: s&v .-'- -- 5 r'.: --i- ---- - .2?-- ; v.-hel- M !T- - . - ; - .j' -- ;,r - :- :- -- ' - ' . ' . - ' 3 1 - - . . . it-."- '. 'ff-MS : " nJ) if- '. - .r4 . If Santa Clans Brings t sis year he will be wise to select it from our splendid co"r?tion of pieces and suites especially appropriate ir holiday gifts. Furniture You Want Come and Pick Out thci Furniture ' . r it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus come and do his part. We will reserve any furni- chosen now till wanted BENNETT and H I GG IN S UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist P soases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and T1IROAT Bidg. Smoke Notice. It, 1c My thoroughbred Jersey bull wil Richmond, Ky make season at my place on Lancaster pike at 81.50. Butler Carrier. j have not soW your tobacco, take Madison Warehouse whore the Close Call. rj pre vail. Thorc's a reason, tf Miss Gtorgio Wagers had a close call from serims injuries about noon yesters the time to purohaso your day w h ile d riving al ong main & Thorpe will sireot. Ooviagte-s The wind was blowing such a 3 discount of ten per cent, for gale that her hat fell down over her eyes, and before she recovered her sight tf. 'ahead, the horse ran into the express wagon, sl.e was thrown hravily to the Notice. ground. Fortunately no bones were rcspoc- - broken, r. Scanten will not be but she was painfully bruised - any accounts made without hor about the head and face. tf permission. It rn For Rent Notice K.of Ps ' (hree rooms, kitchon and bath, rj or unfurnished, 407 West Apply to Sirs. Mary B. r-i. Telephone 560 or 300 ring 3. Lggs For Sale. c - next 50 days I will sell my Tib Rliode Island Red eggs at per setting of 15. None better. lime 2 Mrs. W. M. Hk,Io R. F. I). Xo. 2" The Dayton, Ohio, Lodge which has the repntation of having the finest degree teiim in the United States, will put the work on at Music Hall in Cincinnati, Friday, February 17. This team has o'vor $0,000 worth of scenery which they use in putting on the work linked wi h the beautiful story of Damon and Phythias, and every Knight who possibly can should bo in attend-ancReduced rates will bo sivon on all railroads one faro plus 25 cents. At the A. M. E. church next Sunday afternoon. Miss Bell Bennett will deliver Has a quiet first week, but a talk on "local option". Rev. Beamon, in the midst began the grind Monday. tho pastor, is at present being assistodof a stirring revival, and is by Rov.J. T. Paris, of Versailles and Mattie J. Kinslow, of Ohio. The The Commonwealth's cases for this local tompcrancoCoeumbus, bo term were very nearly wiped off the at the meetings, cause will run agitated will for which docket before the court got under head- several days. way last week, for tho juries disposed of a large number in record breaking timo and plainly showed that the guilty Old Negro. ones must take tho penalty or the law. Louis Simpson, one of tho most highJudge Benton adjourned court Thurs- ly in this section of day, Friday. Saturday and tho juries therespected negroes dead Monday'morn-in- g state, wore also dismissed until Monday. The at his room in and is Grand jury has several important cases supposed that heart this city was it failure the to look into and have been busy for the cause. past three days interrogating witnesses. tered all Five children survive him, scatcountry. He was sevJiie grand jury is composed of Harvey enty five over the ago and was born and years of Uienault, Foreman, Jesse Broaddus, W. reared in Madison, having been a servant T. Turner. J. Hcndrcn. W. 11. West. of the late Wm. Lipscomb a pioneer J. M. Early, J. W. Herndon, Lyman citizen of this county and grandfather Parrish. R. F. Rush, George Dunbar, of X. B, Fow negroes enJason Stagner, Wm. Jett. The petit joyed thoDeathcrago. confidence from respect juries and tho cases disposed of last tho white folks as and "Uncle Louis." as he week by the commonwealth are J. was familiary For the past Wesley McKinney, F. J. Whiiaker, Seth twenty years ho known. has been employed by Cornelison, Robert Turpin, Elmer Tate, Mr. S. S. Parks at the Citizens's bank; George Anderson, Robert Doty, James nnd stood high as trustworthy servant a DeJarnettc, Smith Hagon, Edward Cor- Besides his children, n sister, Lizzie nelison, Butler Dunn, F. J. Cotton, Jr., Ballcw ot Waco survives him. Joo E. Johnson, B. O. Beck, Jno. A. Todd, T. J. Black, A S. oland. John B. Parks, Clay Blakeman, C. L. Tipton, DEATHS. Ed G. Adams, S. N. Turner, James S. Judge Milton B. Durham, of LexingCrutcher, J. B. Walker. ton, one of Kentucky's ablest citizens x George Xoland, stealing geese, 10 died last Sunday at bis home in that city. months in jail. He was eighty seven years of age. Judge Harry Hopper, gaming, S20 Durham was well- - know in Richmond, Buster Evans, (col) gaming $20 having representated tho tig'ith district Charlie Lantcr. gaming $20 in Congress and was Comptroller of tho Roy Williams, gaming $40 Currency under Grovor Cleveland's last Jasper May, disturbing religious administration. Ho was also one of the worship $20 highest Odd Fellows in the world. The Shelby Chenaull, (col) carrying con- Judgo was a native of Boyle county, cealed deadly weapons, $25 and 10 days having been born at Perryville and durin jail ing the prime of his life ho rose to a Greely Barnes, flourishing deadly commanding political position in tho weapon, $50 state. Squire Williams, disturbing religious worship, $20 Declamatory Contest Mable Jones, (col) unlawful sale of liquor, not guilty. At Caldwell High School on next W. E. Taylor, breach of peace, $5 Wednesday evening, tho 22nd, for the Silas Hubbard, running horse on pub- first timo to the public, a Declamatory lic highway, $5 representawill bo held Tydie Williams, unlawful sale of contest tho four grad2-)-"jit! tho High tives of liquor, not guilty. School contesting for tw handsome Roy Williams, unlawful sale of liquor gold medals. Tho occasion promises SCO and 40 days. to bo unusually brilliant and much Moreland Crcekmore. breach of ncace. preparation is being mado by the pupils SCO. to make it the event of the year in local Xell Alcorn, breach of peace, $23 school circles. The Caldwell orchestra has arranged a fino "musical program Herndon Promoted. and this part of tho ovening will be a Mr. Ben D. Herndon. of Lancaster. treat. There will also be selections tho popular storekeeper-gaugewho from tho leading vocalist of tho high has been on duty at Silver Creek for school. The faculty is joining in with sometime, has been promoted to the the pupils to perfect tho arrangements position of Deputy Collector with in all departments and will aid in beauRichmond as headquarters and will be tifully decorating tho chapel. An adgin on his new duties within a few days. mission of 10 cents will bo charged to m. Atkin all school children of tho city, and 15 Mr. Herndon succeeds air. son, who was transferred to Louisville cents to adults, tho money to go toward the first of the year. He has many paying for tho lights in tho new audifriends here who will bo glad to learn torium. The four classes of tho High of his promotion and coming to Rich School, have selected their champions mond to reside, lie is ono of the most and each represcnative will have a fol- g lowing much to be proud of on the evc-inofilcient men in tho Eighth district. of tho contest. Miss Mary Doty will Mr. Joe Bales was chosen a director represent the Seniors, Mr. James Cobb, Mr. Harry Rice, tho Sophoin the American Saddle Horse Breeders the Juniors; Miss Carrie Allman, the mores and Association, which held its annual meet Freshmen. The judges will be selected from out of town. ing in Louisville last week. was-founf r, Circuit Court. Speak Sunday. LAST AND LOWEST CUT i hi n ii y U y i OVERCOATS L 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 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 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 At this it ii 15.00, Many of them 16.50 and 17.00. Kentons nothing like them ever sold before for $10.50 Choice of ail that Astonishing IUIUVJ III VJUVJ wU1U C111U Overcoats. As honest inside as out. they wear and satisfy. Former price 12.50, now $8.50 sold for These were strong values at 10.00, now cut to $7.50 Good Overcoats at $5.00 5mall assortment of Overcoats from last season, quality first class, full length and weight-bu- t Pants at for $1.00 $1,00 City Treasurers Report RECEIPTS OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND, KY From January 1, 1910, to January 1, 1011 Balance from former Troasuror Apportionment Warrant Sido Walk Construction. Bills Payable Borrowed July 1, 1910.-- . Bonds for Erection of School Bldgs... Premium on same .... Accrued Inst to dalo of dolivcry Fines. (Police Court.) i 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' S aits Fine stylish knee pants 5uits in all sizes, cut to the limit $8 for 5.50; 6.00 for 4.50; 5.00 for 3.75; 4.00 for $2.75 they must Big Week. Last week was a big one with the loose leaf tobacco warehouses here, You Need Us. - accounts or claims of any cd- - both as to quantity offered for salo and quality ol the weed. The prices were collected on percentage, away up mil the sellers and managers Office of the warehouses say it was the biggest mllectietw on flat rate. wcok of the 'season. The report that - a Simmons BuitdiHg. sovoral buyers have been recalled is i: if hniood Mercantile Agoncy. erroneous, and the Managers arc at a loss to kn3v whore such rumor could have started. The bidding last week Notice was spirit cd and the good qualities of i and my Silver Crook Rod Boar tobacco brought the top price. r,a home on Big Hill avenue at Hill Raved. Money due when service is ron- John Logan Hill, of the Xcwby sec1 have for sale some nice shoats tion, ran imuck last Friday and came j'h for service. very near causing the death of several W. B. Turley citizens ot that section. With his pistol Big Ilill Ave. he shot al nearly everybody that came in his path and somo who were trying to get out of his way. A horse belongTwo Farms Wanted. ing to John Warren was mortally tt.usi be located on the pike wounded and imam Howard was also -co to eight miles of the city, shot at several times. Postmaster A. well improved, aBd must be B. Clarke, of Edenton, baned himself - ,.i Payments will bo cash. behind dcors to escape several bullets. Shontf McCord arrested Hill and locked wanted just as soon as in jail. . price must be right. If you him and waut to sell your Funds Needed. communicate with me. Be It will require several hundred dollars .1 r.u want to sell. to pay tie legitimate expenses ol tne local option campaign. This will har 3. T. PERRIELL. subscription. Richmond, Ky. to be raised by voluntary have been ap Building i The men named below pointed a special commiiice 10 raisu mu money. Anyone wishing to donate even Mgns of spring and more invited to call on itlier. the horsemen in and a small amount is Chcnault, office in Judge John C. ..mood are beginning to bring Douglas & Simmons Building. .vpocts for the coining season .Tas. W. Hamilton. A. H. & L's. uem a round or two. Robort Wholesale Grocery. ip veteran trainer lias several C. F. Hiccins. Uennctt & uiggins s i n his barn that he is working Furnitum Store. W. O. White. Climax Office. 7 Normal Basket Ball team won To Sunny Tennessee. defeat last Thursday evening at nds of the team from Caldwell iianntv Assessor June Baxter loftSat- school. It was a fast contest and urilnv fnr Ilnrklown. Tenn.. where he w.Tnes&ed by a large number of goes to accept a position as -s for both sides. The final score tor tne x snnesseo copper ijo., ui uij; I to 15. The stars of the game smelter rear that place. This is one of Collins and Gumbort. the biggusl corporations in the south and the entire stock is owned and conBanquet trolled by English capital. The com on pany learned oi Jir. waxier s exceuem : e Red Men will give a banquot the assessor's evening or Wednesday, February work on the immediately books of him offered Jind j a, thoir hall on Main street in countylucrative position. He will not r of several friends not members of this at- for order. It will be in the nature of a take his family as yet, says ho is so nm no ...HI win vo Feast and a big number is expect- - tached tc Jiauison, ne remain unless the environments are to his utmo.it liking. be sold. 1 8.00---choice (i.SIS 19 2S2 97 lucky if you get one Former prices 12.50 to now for $5. You're Coats Sweater the newest styles. For Men and Boys. AH $250 for $150; $150 tor $ 75c; 50c for 39c 1 ; $ 1 for 5izes 4 !o 7 years, good qualit but a tittle out ot style. Worth 4.0 to 5.00, choice for $1.50 Boys9 Suits at S1.50 i -- Omitted Taxes (llargis Est.) 0 11 -- I Taxes 1005 55 Penalty 1900 Taxes and (15 51 Taxos and Penalty 1007 237 00 Ponalty 1903 Taxes and 1,703 20 Taxes and Penalty 1900 3S.2S1 99 Taxos and Penalty 1910 33 '55 Tax Penalty 1903-0- 5. 82 23 Advertising Delinquent Taxes.. Comission and 8 25' County Clorks Fees 42 25 Stray Pen 201 00 Salo of Franchise Electric Co 433 00 Sold 1 Pr. Mules 1C0 00 Rent of Road Roller 241 75 Oil on Sts Subscription for 320 00 Salo of Lot, B. & Wator St r 140 SS Inst on delinquent Taxes 74 03 Rents. (Bybeo House) 3 90 Old Stono'Sold Total Total Disbursmcnts ) Balance in Treasury Jany. 1, 1911 10,024 80 f General Fund 4,203 51 ' Sinking Fund DISBURSEMENTS CITY OF RICHMOND From January 1, 1910, to January 1, 1911 37-3- 2,500 00 20.000 00 572 50 2S1 25 1,200 00 5,119 5S 375 00 Lowest Prices Ever Made on Shoes . ais Bound to sell Hats hence these greatly Stetsons 10 per cent. off. All others, prices. i $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 Badly overstocked on Men's and Boys' Footwear, and prices are cut below reasonable limits on all styles in winter weights 84,350 01 70,110 Gl 14,233 40 oys 5iioes We sell Boysr Shoes $4.50 grades double soles : : $3.15 5.00 grades $4.00 grade : 2.75 3.50 grades All Walk Over Shoes -- Bootees : : : at very small profits, and ' $3.35 3.85 $4.50 3.85 3.10 2.85 . book-keep- ...... 1 1 Late Again. Hie teachers of the county will not their February check as soon as they cted as it is announced from the :crintendent's office at Frankfort la'c. r it will be about four weeks to be s is the last payment that is Bright Fellow. TUa miinv fnrmnr friends of Arthur Akers, in this city, will be pleased to learn of his advancement in the World of writers of fiction. He has contributed to The Saturday Evening Post of recent months and in tuo no nas :i number ti Pearson's Magaztn February delightful little story entitled "The oung Akers former- Cotton Special." limnrv- n RATI m inc -iaiu 1.. 1 :...! -11 Prof. Akors, who was for a number or Univer- 1. 1 " ...w 111 lj .n..mhornr ihn fVntrnl sity facu.ty. Arthur Akers will also be remembered Here as an unusuaiiy origin youth. 1 Perry Stole. Perry Terrell, of color, who has been - - eyed at the Broaddus coal yard, s before Squire Dykes Monday on the ve of helping himself to a load of ? biack diamond against the wishes :..s employes. Do pleaded guilty and .zs assessed a term of 30 days. Public Building. senator Bradley is true to his old -- e town, Lancaster, by using his in having a Federal building pi! hv the Senate last v.Vck to the amount of $45,000. This is - of the very few bills passeu at mis monev for a nimmnriaiino -- "".ic -- Worked for Royce Harlan and Charles Lisle, who were drowned near Fordscvoral days ago together with urn npfrro women, as the result or a iiat hnni hniri' swent over the lock by the swift current, were employed by Mr Samuel Royce and were highly respectmi netrroes and excellent larm nanus. as WI. J ..v it. 11U I IM cov w tin nntinslii:never had heir ..111. farm. I liuainuihnvn Imln been recovered, it not UVJl hn mcalled that a neero; 1 nomas etionrer. who had been employed by Mr. Royce for eighteen years, was insuiuujt.:itA Inn enrintr hv hnini? caunht under a stoae cnimney anu crusuuu .n. mu Rovcc homestead on tne uooncsooro road. T 11 building, as the omnibus bill for Vic buildings is a dead one this time ".d it shows the Senator gets anything C.2 wants. t t 2,500 00 - -- - -Bills Payable (November) S ii 50 Interest on bills payable 532 91 49a 41 Interest on Floating Debt S2a Board of Education (Bonds) 33,272 81 7.Sil i2 Board of Education Budget 219 90 Executive Salaries "Mayor) 852 00 Legislative Salaries (Clerk and Council) 1,500 00 Judicial Salaries (Judge and Attorney) 2,302 00 Police Department alaries 37 25 Police Department Supplies 1,735 00 Fire Department Salaries 578 39 Fire Department Supplies 200 00 Assessors Salary . 799 92 City Collectors Salary 09 91 City Hall Repairs 8S2 00 Jail Expenses .... 410 93 City Building Supplies 110 59 Charity Appropriation 5S2 CO Health Department Expenses (City Physician, Health Officer 390 42 tax expense Back 1G4 42 Advertising and Printing 300 03 Infirmary Expenses 50 25 Insurance . 100 00 Treasurers Salary 29 40 Court Costs T 07 4. Pest Houso Expenses 2,317 82 Refunded License. 5,293 Street Lighting 3,075 00 Water Rents 1,012 74 Sewer Construction 1,941 02 Street Department Salaries (labor on streets) 3,432 95 Street Department Supplies 3G0 35 Fire Department Building 29 30 Repairs on Cistern (Bybee houso) MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES Office rent and telephone for C. E. Woods, reimbursing-.- $ 240 00 50 00 Expense J. IL Allman meetings of Police thicrs m 00 Furnishings Mayor's office . 20 00 Assessors Book 49 00 . L. B. HerrinRton, City Ordinances 72 00 -- Supervisors Tax Assessment 103 10 Expense Bond Issue 820 39 100 29 Sundry Items $".11C 01 Total Richmond, Ky., Tho foregoing is a correct report of tho afiairs of the City of at the close of tho year ending December 31, 1910. STATE BAXK & TRUST CO.; Treasurer City of Richmond, Ky .- School Bonds retired Interest on School Bonds Promiums and Interest on retired Bonds $ 1,000 00 1,0H-1- 01 14 1,708 2 $6.00 ; : $2.75 5.00 $3.50 grades : 2.35 4.00 3.00 grades for 2.05 3.50 Good 2.50 shoes Beacon Shoes Lace Boots for for for for : : 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 SI. 20 Terras Cash to Ooe aod AH ii, r- All bidders for tho turnpike contracts must have their bonds signed and contracts executed by tho March term of iho Fiscal court cr they will bo forfeited. This ordor was issued by the court at tho last meeting, and all successful bidders should bo govercod accordingly. Look Out Bidders. Why Not Here. Thero is n great sentiment over tho state to get the election officers for tho Democratic primary to servo without nav. Manv of tho Committees havo "sounded" tho voters and in several instances thoollicers have signified their intention of serving freo from every cost. Tho chief motive for this is that it will give a poor man tho same show as tho rich ono to enter the primary for tho various stato offices. Tho matter has novcr been taken up here by tho lcadors of tho parties, but it would no doubt meet with favor from the election Resignation of 5upL Coates. At tho last meeting of the Board of Education the formal resignation of Supt. T. J. Coates as superintendent of tho Richmond City Schools, was tendered and accepted. Prof. Coates offered hi resignation to take effect as to salary at the close of tho fifth school month, as to authority over tho schools at the clo'.o of the school year. Ile will continuo to perform tho duties distinctively belonging to a superintendent until the close of this year, i. c. ho will see that all rules are enforced, tho students properly classified, examinations given, faculty meeting hold etc. It is understood that when his duties as Supervisor of Rural Schools demand his absence els3whero he will bo away. This, however, makes no particular dif ference to the schools as they are so well organized, tho faculty so faithful and the principals so efficient that they would run properly for weeks without tho attention of a superintendent. Prof. Coates, under the direction of the Stato Superintendent, is now writing a Courso of Studv for the Common Schools of the Stato. In connection with this duty he will deliver lectures on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 3:10 p. m. and Ho is to 4 p. n;. at tho Normal School. bo found every school day at the Caldwell Hi;h School building from 8 a. m. to 2:30 p. tn. Have You Sold YOUR T0B ACC0? Prices on All Grades Much Stronger We are Ready to Serve You ! Methodist 0-- - Growing. Supplemental Report from books of City Clerk. At the Close ot business uec. PROPERTY OWNED a mT? a Trcn " ill X itUMM VATlIE OF " The Men's Bible classes in two of the c". urches of the city have grown to sucn rroTwrtions within the past two weeks ''.at ttis necessary to secure a larger r .ace to meet on Sunday morning than Thursday The i !:e regular Sunday School room. has lieen asked for by one t On torr.orrow ovening Pecks Bad Boy c iss and the county court room may be :n ...nn fnr tlm first time III the siuglit by others, xne mpvuiuem u local opera houso by a one night stand accomplish crowing and bids fair to companv wnicn is wu iu uu good. h capable'one. It is one of the most humorous stcries which has ever been otferYoung Lawyer. ed on Uio. stage, xiie piay a oiuij fac it Js concerns such an TU rnsnilc nf Mr JpTTV H. to bo found in any Mr. and Mrs. Charles America? boy as is Pcwell, son of will be glad to leara hamlet, riiiage, town or v.ij iikmeri- Pcwell of this city, I thnir: tnis LVDlcai every boy citrus young roan s a.goiug lawyer, Young can boy H tho pranks which innol world as . nas piayou upou . at Ann Arbor Law of his as comes w muw. ' I ' it n T?fl Powell graduated ( c.lege last Juno with high honors and whom un his companions n chum and was admitted to the bar in Lexington Boy has for and this trio makes things Utt P..H Trhorn hn stood an excellent his best rirl, (nr ihn Rail Bov's examination. The following announce - very iiujbig"i, man who uu v"- father, tts mother, and tho ment has been receivea irom runs uio.vuiiivi bvwvV ccles. Cal. bv friends here: ,nncntiTc fwiitinn OI InQ OIU mi. - OVWVIl XU1 Ti. ..MAaVtin linrptnfnrn exlstin&T ' XllV dllllCiOUii favontelcomcdy is brighter and moro under the firm nameof Jarrott& Tyrrell entertaining than any previous one has having been dissolved Dy mutual cuo- been beluse of the unusual ability of seat, the unuersignea annouute with d" the vau&villo performers who are - ononn nfUfPC nt the ttbOVO l dress, In association with Jerry Powell AJiini, i ha &ctioe of th nutrTi jn the general prcllM 01JrZL' S!!L, U- -r 0OtC MMl frank O. TjrwlL -1 ir.-xt- Street Dept. Equipment.. Firo Dept Equipment Fire Dept Building BY CITY 3,38(1 00 ji, itiu i l.lSl (X) City Hall First St Apportionment "N arrants. Side alks (Uncollected) JJue from Sewer Subscription (uncollected). DELINQUENT TAXES, (UXCOLECTED) 1002 . --' Pest Houso 4.07'J 92 2,50) 00 7,000 00 ' 18,740 02 1.230 79 1,000 CO 1903 1004 1905 1900 1907 1903 1909 1010 - 992 92 439 99 ' t ' - -- - 574 33 ii 740 Sfr 505 23' 793 81 I 703 00 57 .' General Fund 2,815 40 ! 8.8S2 87 29,851 53 14,233 40 44,037 03 10,024 89.1 Cash in Treasury Sinking Fund. iL5L( 0.000 25,000 8,294 00 00 00 30 ... iC LIABILITIES School Bonds Due 1914 School ?onds Due 1930 Floating, Debt. (Old W. & , t J!tXOTE) KOTO muwiBi 0' Lv Vouchers) ...x. v&hu at ' ll. Bt Included u this At tho Methodist church next Sunday Rev. 1). Vt. Robertson, tho Presiding Elder for this district will hold tho reg ular quarterly meeting and will occupy officers. tho pulpit, morning and evening at tho usual hours. On Sunday afternoon at The Elks Club was the scene last Mon 3 o'clock tho regular Quarterly meeting day evening of ono of the most brilliant will bo held. Conferonce social affairs that has taken place in classic Richmond for many a day, Tho Important. occasion was tho annual banquet of tho Women Thore will bo a meeting of tho direc festive s Club and seated around tho which intors of tho Richmond Baso ball Club on cluded board was fifty four, club, who several tho Saturday evening, tho 18th. at tho Elks woro honored guests of occasion. Mrs. on club for the purpose oi maKing me ar- Eugene Walker, as this Toastmistress, and a rangements for the season of 1911; Tho first order, occupublic ,in j;enoral is invited and it is brilliant woman of the tho ease and grace this position with hoped by the directors that all those in- pied is characteristic of herself as ono of terested will bo present- Refreshments thathading women in club circles, not will bo served. There are somo things tho in hor own town, but in tho state. tliat must bo attended lo at once. Re only introduced Jirs. uassiday wno re. member tho dato and be on liana to Help Sho sponded to "The Good Year;" Mrs. J. B. in tho cause. Stoutfor, "How Wo Soar;" Miss Coving ton, "Across tho l'onu; Madam l'io- Valentine. trowska, "U. S.," Mrs. Arthur 1 eager, St. Valentino's Day was appropriately Georgetown, "Clubitis;" Miss Million, celebrated yesterday tho 14th by tne "Cupid and Cupidity;" .Mrs. James liur-na"Hobbies" and Mrs. Johnson, public in gdneral, especially the belles and beauxs, who take this day during Tho Husbandctto. ' After tlie last tho year for tho sending or lovo lOKens. courso, tho loving cup was passeu anu The local dealers who sell the comio many not on tho program responded. lino did a big business also, as the funny Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, who is sido or tho occasion is generally mc ono of tho leaders in local club circles as most popular, and In latter dajssomo of well as in tho state organizations, spoko tho ugliest pictures that it Is possible on "Tho General Federation of Women's Mrs. Smith a charming tallor tho artists 10 ur.iw are muuo mi mo Clubs". possseses thatisradianco of intel valentino fiends. It is said that ker and Shakespeare first alluded to this day as lect which makes her quite a lavorilo in club circles. Miss Marion Burram, ono the one on which mo oirus uiaiuu. of the youngest members of tho club, toasted the "Charming Toastmistress" Remarkable. in a few well chosen words. Mrs Shorlff McCord and his deputies have Bennett, President of the local ora most remarkable record the past ganization, and Mrs. Neara Bennett, mado yar in the collection oi laxus. n win were tho last to respond and. they very tie noticed that tho "advertised" list appropriately toasted tho Elks, whoso now runniro; in tho Climax is just about club rooms have been open to thoir half what it has Deen in lorroer years. meetings, and a round was drunk to the Ho has mado them pay up. Last week Cost Peoplo On Earth. Other short nwMnit. of Richmond, was called on toasts wero offered which were well for his noil lux. nnd ho indijrnattly told placed and liberally applauded, ahe the sheriii! ho had not paid such a debt decorations brought out a valentine in fifteen years. Tho sherllf inquired, scheme of unique design, the programs why so! w.JH, said tho man, "didn't you and pnee cards being red hearts attracknow I'm over nuy joais ui 6. tively gotten up and helpod to make the 'Ti, oia a 'nnw law on me." said til occasion a tnosi uruimiu una luumu. A' ha croduced that C. O. D., sten which means, "Come On Down.' PILLS Mtd the ot'U oasis with his JkU tax the FOLEY F(W lAOKAOHC KlBtKWMM fLAMCf! time A all thM first Open Day and Night BEST LIGHT Joe Gciley 12 Mart Bogie 11 17, 1-- 4, BEST SERVICE 3-- Here are some of our recent sales: 1-- 2, 1G 1-- 2, 4, 20. This crop averaged $15.S2: 15 1-- 13 4, 7 1-- 2, 14 3-- 4, S, 7 1-- 4 5t Indictments. Tho Grand jury Teturned tho follow ing indictments: Tice Shelton for mur der of Mrs. Wm Pigs; Reese Coates for murder of Brack Perkins; Ike Harvey for Grand Larceny and Concealed wea pons; Roy Williams for Unlawfully soiling liquor; James Ilignito for running horse on public roau. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Incorporated Co, L. & A. Depot Richmond, Ky Looking. Tho Sheriff's nfllen has iust received it circular from the Police Commissioner' of New York City giving full details of tho distppearanco oi the rich heiress Miss Dorothy Arnold, of whom so much has been written sinco she left her home in that city on December 12th. and has not been heard of since. A large reward is offered for any information leading to her wherebouts and deputy sheriff John Simmons has been studying her picture carefully in the hopes that if tho young woman journeys to this section of the country ho will know her on sight, and thus securo a reward that will make him independently rich. Thojfcung Ladies Missionary Circl ot the Christian chitreh will have an Hpronjtcd foea sal at BoaattJt Hig- - There is More to Paint than the color. Whsn you paint don't just select tha shade and let it go at that. Make suro also that yott are using paint that will wear, continue to look well, hold its color long, stay on tho job and give good honest service. It takes paint like the brands we sell to give service like this. ar-lie- ld yr. KIDNEY PHONES' H. I r ip-- MAIN ST 1ft sr.; '! li Don't : Overlook : Good Things -- Ever Watchful. Readers-Future Sheriffs Sale For Taxes J9J0 ol Land and Town Lots sheriff of Madison county, Ky., will offer at public sale in front of tho, court houso door in Rich mond on D. A. McCord, Gentry. SIm 2 HarriK, Sarah Kennedy, Ashford 1 Miller. Miller, Miller, Miller, Mose 3," 4f ' the fashion, individuality and good value to which you are entitled you had better have your Easter clothes secure To made expressly for you by We'll ask you about half as much as other tailors charge for work of equal grade, and deliver absolute satisfaction 1 The New Idea Manure Spreader A Manure Pulverizer, a Manure Distributer without a Cog 1 1 1te$as, Smtmm i WL h 'a, 7.H5 town lot 10.10 1 5.00 Coatcs Wm. 1 town lot 3.30 TRAP I MAKH of 2.30 21.80 Dunn David 2 town lots 3.90 2.05 Rose 1 town, lot Jones Miss Elizabeth 5.05 Jack (nr 77 acres land 17.15 McKonna Mrs. Kate 1 town lot 0.90 0.25 2.90 Ritter Thos V. C acres land Moore Roland S. 1 town lot 500 Robinson G. S. 1 town lot 2.30 17.45 States. 5.15 Remember the name Doan's and Osborn Mrs. Tommio 180 acres land 1 Richardson R. L. 1 acre land 33.80 7.05 174.93 Reynolds C. F. 100 town lot take no other. 29.25 'acres land 3.90 4.05 Skinner W. M 20 acres land Powell Tye 2 town lots 3.C5 5.15 Startling. 13.20 Skinner Dan M. 30 acres land Wm. 1 town lot Rice 7 05 They are all chock fall of new spring stuff. Espec Mr. Farmer you can secure tho Breed Renfro & Cox (nr) 1 town let 2.25 Smith P. M. & Mother I acre land 2.30 lally in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, er's Gazette and the leading paper of Thomas Luther 1 town lot 0.20 Settle Stella 0 acres land 15.85 3.90 L.aces. etc. Lome ana see them before they are this section. The Climax, for the ridicu Trower Thos. .B 1 town lot 0.00 Spence Laura (nr) 4 aorcs land 5.00 7.05 ITS picked over they are new and fresh now. Oar new lously low price of $1.95. Can you beat Wilcox David S. 1 town lot 7.25 Terrill Ollio 5 acres land 3.00 3.90 ! 17.25 line of Imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived and it? Hurry as this otTer is limited by FOXTOWN NO i. 3.35 Todd Joel B. I acre land 3.90 the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and the publishers of both papers. this wond: rtul call ,SCHL05S BROS 6 CO. 9.85 Now is fV 10 acres land 9.15 Vanwinkle Pruwltt 1 town lot Bowman Jonah 1 ajMr Hot Clothes K.Urs see the best fittiug Skirts shown on this or any other 3.90 D. A. McCord, How to cure a cold is a question in Bolin James 4 acres land 4.75 Waddell D. G. CO acres land M. ' Eiltiort eid Hew Tort is the 3.90 market. Our stles are exclusive. We have just which many are interested just now. Chappell Henry (nr) 42 acres land 13.05 Wilson George 33 acres land 3.15 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won Forbes Henry 49 acres land 14.75 Wilson Geo. W. 1 acre land small of received some new Tailor-mad- e for jadies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to see the new styles and its great reputati t 5.15 an immense sale Grubbs Mariah 25 acres land 9.75 Williams W. A. 1 town lot For get prices, benioss liros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to come in io all their new spring glory. by its remarkablo cure of colds. It can Woosley Mrs. Sallio 13 acres land 3.50 Few thousand second hand brick. UNION NO 4 qualities. Ask fuel Wynn Fannio 3 acres land 3.50 unritne ol new spring UXIords ane btrap handals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladies are alreadv in stock. Make always bo depended upon. For sale by Adams J. W. 1 acre land J. D. King & Son, 2.80 7.C5 your selection now while you can get your size Our Wm. Kneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing up Stockton & Son. Woodall Harry S. 1 town lot will Mm Collins Jane 9 acres land 219 Moberly avenue. tf 2.30 better than ever lor this spring. See them, get our prices and see the new things in every department we can KIRKSVILLE No 7. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Doty Robert Sr. 25 acres land 23.25 Turner Lucky. save you money on every purchase. Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Elliston Amos Sr. 20 acres had $ G.30 10.10 Bogio Julius 1 acre land do and why not you. 11.20 Fish Wm. S. 1 town lot Fielder Robert 0 acres land 3.00 tf, Rev. H. G. Turner, pastor 50.75 Green Adams R. 73 acres land ELLISTON NO 5 of the CenteDary Methodist When her child is in danger a woman 4.75 Hortons' Heirs 30 acres land will risk her life to protect it. Jo great Abner J. Tevis 2 acres land 4.25 at Shelbyville re "" 13.25 church, Hord Bon F. I t act of heroism or risk of life is necessary Alexander Irvine 30 acres laud 4.95 7.20 ceived a letter from Andrew PullinsMrs.Clyde2 " " to protect a child from croup. Give Barrett Steve Sr., 50 acres land 4.00 "" 3.90 Carnegie RhodusJohnl in which the iron Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and .ill Burns, Henry 30 acres land 4.80 "" Ross Alex 30 1L40 danger is avoided. For sale by Stock Cornelison J. Reed 40 acres land 8.75 master agrees to donate $875 2.30 Rhodus Catherine 1 " " ton & Son. Crutcher David W. 20 acres land 3.90 f 1m 03.00 for the purchase of a pipe Turner Chas. S. 220 Carpenter A & M. 50 acres la.nd 3.75 FOR SALE Xew residence in Bur-J- . "" Taylor R. S. 20 10.10 organ for the church if a like Crawford A. J. (nr) 1 town lot 8.50 nanwood. Stone. tf MILLION No 8. Eager Mrs. Bonnie (nr) 75 acr is land 8.50 amount is raised by the con '20.45 Burtons' Woodson Heirs 20 acres 3.55 gregation before Here Is A Remedy That Will Golden Harrison 1 town lot April 1, when 5.C Gentry John 20 acres land 4.95 Burton Wiley 15 acres land Not Cure Eczema from artistic the offer will be withdrawn. Gentry David 2 acres land 2 30 4.95 Bolser Jacob (nr) 1 town lot "We Prove It.', Hunter Wilgus 24 acres land 3.55 The congregation 4.50 Burtrcss Sam 1 town lot is elated from utility No Why waste time and money experi- Hunter Gillis 40 acres land Oil 3.90 over the offer 4.95 Foster Robert 1 acres land and expects to finish menting with greasy salves and such, Hall John W. 30 acres land 2.30 5.15 Floyd Mrs. Dora 15 acres land When clothes can't be hur. experience no trouble in raistrying to drivo germ from W. 3.35 Fain's Mrs. Sallio Hrs 15 acres land 4.10 land wish to fill, for underneath tho tho eczema' II. L Perry King J.Mrs. 4 acresacres land outside, and must be dried In a skin when 4.G5 ing the necessary funds. The 2 acres laud Lakes Ida 50 2.30 Hendrcn Joe room or cellar, the New Perfecti?n guarantees Zemo, a clean liquid prepara Lakes Dan (nr) 23 acres place. 4.C5 church expects to buy 2.30 Howard John J. 1 town lot an or tion for external use to rid the skin Oil Heater quickly does the work 5.05 Lakes Sanford CO acres land 0.40 Howard Rubin 1 acre land gan costing $2,075. Rev. tho germ life that causes the trouble? Lakes Curtis 25 acres land 2.30 3.90 Hill Mrs. Elizabeth 5 acres land of sun and air. iou can hang up ' One application will relievo the itching Logsdon M. A. 1 town lot " 0.05 Turner was formerly pastor 14. CO Hughes Daniel 8 the wet clothes, light your Perfcc-- 1 " and often times one bottle is sufficient McGuire Wm. 25 acres land 2.15 of the Methodist church here 3.90 Hughes Alonzo's Hrs. 9 " tion Oil Heater, open the damper " to cure a minor case of eczema. 3.90 and Mahcoto B. G5 acres land 0.40 Hendren Squire will be remembered by top, and the heat rises and quickly ' In over 2,000 towns and cities in Norris Chas 20 acres land 155.10 4.30 Ky. River Poplar Co. 5 " He owns sev America, the leading druggist has the Powell Frank 1 acre land -"" dries the clothes. 5.15 many inends. 3.35 King Wesley 10 n six in thirty agency lor Zemo and he will tell you Powell F. J. 50 acres land 4.95 eral houses and lots in Rich 13.05 Ledford J. B. 1 town lot Do not put off washing to of the marvelous cures made by this Rose Frank 30 acres land It's 0.00 mond. all 2.30 Land Sallio 17 acres land with await a sunny day in order to avoid clean, simple treatment. Zemo is rec Rogers Cynda 40 acres land 3.25 2.30 Lowory Wm. Jr. 1 " " mildew. Dry your washing any will grow with library. Add requireognized as the cleanest and most popu Stivers J. W. 1 town lot Lowroy Wm. Sr. ' " 13, 3.25 day with hot air from a lar treatment for eczema, pimples, Swinford Frank 1 town lot Parrish Frank 1 " " 2.90 8. Macey is dandruff and all other forms of skin or Stevens R. A. 10 acres land 2.90 5.7 Quisenberry John 1 town lot is fitted with non-bindiscalp affections whether on infant or loung Margaret 7 acres land 3.55 Old Folks Should be Careful 2.00 Quaint Wm. (nr) " " grown person. Will you try a bottle on Renfro Mrs. Sallie's Hrs. 101 acres 13.45 GLADE No 0. (White) in TJieir Selection of RegYou our recommendation? Taylor James 1 town lot 0.90 Asberry James H. 25 acres ltmd 3.00 Whitaker Alva 2 acres land ulative Medicine. Perry's Drug Store. in tomorrow; C.C0 this Adams Joe A. 52 acres land 15.10 Whitaker Alice Hrs. 91 acres land 8.75 Absolutely mokskss end odorless Notice of Dissolution of Cor Alexander W. M. 50 acres land 5.15 We have a safe, dependable and alto-- 1 It gives just as muck heat as you desire, It is safe, odorless Richmond No 1. Colored. gemer meal remedy that is particulary Alexander Henry 55 acres land 5.15 poration. and smokeless. adapted to the requirements of need S Azbill Elizabeth 1 town lot 7.45 Benton Emma (nr) 1 town lot It has an Xolico is hereby given that the Rich people and persons of weak constituomaf ng " I" which Bush Margaret 20 acres land 2.G0 Breck Bollo tions who mond Steam Laundry (incorporated) has Brock W. S.5 prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and " Burnam John C. (nr) 1 " 4.00 other bow elsuffer from constipation or acres land 12.85 disorders. We are so ceris easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quickly made a deed of assignment to the under' ' 4.95 tain that it will relieve these complaints Burnell W. J. 19 acres land 5.15 Ballard Sq. Hrs. cleaned. Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, ibe-cau- se signed, and also by consent in writing " 1" Crutcher Lizzie 2.75 and give absolute satisfaction in every Burnell Jasper 14 acres land 5.75 of a new device In construction, and can always be easilv of the owners of a majority of its shares particular that we offer it with our per" 3.35 Burdette & Parkes 50 acres land 2.50 Covington Sara Hrs 1 " sonal guarantee that it shall cost the unscrewed for rewicking. of stock, agreed to close its business and Creech Grant (nr) 1 " 1" ClayLizzio 18 55 12.80 town lot user nothing if Jt fails to substantiate An Indicator shows the amount of oil In the font. Filler-ca- p wind up its affairs and the undersigned does not need 1 acre land 3.4G our damn. Cornelison Elizabeth G2 acres land 4.10 Chambers Geo. This remedy is called Rex- p,ut in like ,Vork in a bott,e. and is attached to tfca has been duly appointed Liquidating fan F ife Mary E. 1 town lot 4.C0 au uruernes. Furniture, Japan or nickel, strong and durable, Caldwell John C. 1 acre land 0.40 Agent. All debts and demands against For Mark 4 acres land 4.50 for service and yet light and ornamental. It has a cool handle and a damper bu.:t Uexall Orderlies have a soothing, Campbell Wm. J. 12 acres land top. 10.15 Hogan James (nr) 1 town lot the said corporation must bo presented Coyle 5.10 healing, (strengthening, tonic and regu uraiirj evtrymurt. ir not at yairj. mat far dtsabts drcilar T. J. (nr) 2 town lots 8.50 to iht Rtartst ainuy cftht ' Hotel 1 " to me within 30 days or same will be Hill Wyatt 3.40 lative active upon tho bowels. They Main Clark Mrs. Emma (nr) 1 town tot 4.80 icuiutu uu irmauon, uryness, soreness " 1" Irvino Joe Sr. barred. 0.20 and weakness. They restore the bowels Carter Miss Lucy 1 acre land 7.25 J. II. Dean, Assignee. " Maxborry Cassie (nr)i " 5.70 and associate organs to more vizorous Daniels Thos. C acres land 8.85 1" Munday Wm. 5.35 and healthy active. They are eaten like Dalton Thos. 22 acres land 5.75 " 1 Munday Ann 2.45 canuy, may do taKen at any time with- Dailey Mrs. Minnie T. 1 town lot 2.90 Martin John (nr) 1 " 3.35 oui inconvenience, uo not causo any I Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head? Fowlor H. H. 1 town lot swjmig, uiiuseu, aiarrnoea, excessive 5.75 Mason ii " 1 Millie 2.15 looseness, uatuiencc or other disagreca Wo guarantee Flannery W. F. (nr) 1 town lot 3.00 Muncy " 1 Sallio 2.15 Die effect. Price 25c. and 10c. Sold 12.C0 Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Golden Hardin 1 town lot " 1 Phelps Jennio 8.10 oniy ai ti.ij. ferry's drugstore. to keep hogs healthy and free from dis Gay Frank 50 acres land, 1 town lot 8.90 Palmer James Sr. 1 " 5.10 To Mobile. 13.40 case for 5 cents per head per month. It Golden Mrs. Martha A. Rodes David & children 1 4.45 Huff John 3 acres land 5.50 Stone cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulates Minerva Hrs. 1 " 3.45 At the National Education 11.10 the Appetite, aids Digestion and causes nulett E. T. 182 acres land " 1 4.45 al Smith Cassio Association, which conhogs to fatten very rapidly. 'This reme- Harrison J. G. 17 acres, land 1 lot 11.40 Smith Scott " 1 4.95 15.05 venes in Mobile, Ala., on the dy is used and endorsed by leading hog Hall J. W. 1 town lot 1 " James C. Todd 5.C0 7.30 raisers throughout tho country. Come Holtzclaw D. P. (nr) 1 town lot. Turner Mattio (nr) 1 2.25 23, 24 and 25 of this month, Hughes W. M. (nr) 1 town lot 12.00 in and let us tell you about it. 1 " Whito Rollie 3.75 President Urabbe, of the Hayse A. F. 1 town lot 11.40 Walker Thos. Hrs. 1 " 3.40 Perry's Drug Store. Hill Thos. 71 acres land 7.70 Normal School, has been as- 2White Robt. (nr) 1 2.25 Lamb Polio 20 acres land 4.45 1' " Wells Ellen 3.40 siijueu one 01 tne most im Lester Mrs. L. O. 1 town lot For Sale. 5.95 portant subjects. He will FOXTOWN No 3. Colored all 5.75 I have several good building lots for Murphy Jesse 10 acres land in Doors, 5.15 have charge of a Round Table Murphy Jesse 10 acres land 2.90 Chenault Charlie 7 acres land sale located on Lancaster and Breck G.95 Ave, Location, drainage, cct., the very Parkes John 20 acres 6.C0 ChenauH Wyatt 11 acres land discussion, which will be par 5.15 3.90 Chenault Letcher 0 acres land best. Most desirable for apartment Powell Wm. 50 acres land If principally by 2.30 ticipated m 2.00 Hopewell Lodge No 8, 1 town lot house or living residence. Any ono in- Powell Sam 2 acres land and Countv Sunerin. 4.55 Langford Green nra. 40 acres land C.C0 btate terested in purchaso please call on the Pigg Wm. H 20 acres land 0.40 tendenta. owner, Mrs. D. M. Bright or her son, Preston John E. (nr) 19 acres land 5.95 Oldham Willis 25 acres land Supt. Coates will 3.90 Robinson Mary Hrs. 24 acres land 2.85 Dr. Bright. tf Purkey Wm. CO acres land also be one of the chief speakeonmcMT it Powell J. F. (nr) 41 acres land 15.35 ED. v. rues tea. UNION No 4. Notice to Creditors. ers at the convention, having Collins Henry 1 acre land 3.25 Ophelia, McKinny admtrix of " Collins Jerry 1 3.25 been assigned the subject, A. D. McKinny Plaintiff Fox Mark 3" 4.00 "The State Superintendent, Todd-Edwar- ds vs Huguely Flora 49 " " 0.30 The County George McKinny & etc Superintendent Defendant Robinson E. M. 17 " " 5.25 All persons having claims against the " 4 ,r White John 3.90 and the "Woman's Clubs." estate of A. D. McKinny are hereby ELLISTON No 5 So many women are draeeintr out & Orciari notified to file samo with tho underweary lives just because their, diges- Broaddus Jim 5 acros land 3.90 signed on or before February 21st, 1911. tive organs are weak. -The result is " 3.35 Properly verified or samo will be barred. poor circulation, nervousness and the Cornelison Ed 1 " " 3.00 n Madison Would Bring More Given under my hands this January 21. verge of invalidism. It is ofttin very Chenault Wade 7 " " unnecessary ana tne womans own Dunson Luther 35 1911. 2.30 Money at Present Than i fault H. C. Rice, M. C. M. X3. 0. " Edwards George 2 " 3.90 The first thing to do Is to looi: to the Tobacco Crop. " 5.00 Its poor policy to wait untill you have welfare of your bowels. There tie trou- - Ellison Andy 24 " we uauaiiy lies. All shttlcUua know Elmore Hizie(nr) 35" " 4.75 a fire to begin thinking about insurance. mat a laxe-- rdnt.nta.. ' 3.50 Several prominent farmers of Itadison " Harris Emily 37 " Do it now. We write the best policies county have been discussing the proba jults Indigestion. pUes. weirtnT etl! Jackson Susan 4 " " 2.75 Dan H. Breck. f bility of raising flar which at present is .But there is no uaa taking " 1 Oldham Jerrett " 2.90 one of the highest articles on the market klna until you RoystonAgeline20" ES'J.8 -wmi-wj- . - all " For Sale. 3.25 ;i to uuiiua mm tmiui p and the supply in the United States is Toumflnd tharwhenWSo jSweffSSS Smith Ike iuimeiira. borne women suffer "" 47 Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. 7.60 rapidly falling off. J&. U Tour SimpsonS. W. 1 " " Apply R. K. STONE 7.05 tf SfX7. SSf tonto g1"? I""?0 in the north western part of this liks Dr. Caldwelfs Todd Andy " 143 " 11.45 you suffer intensely you country it has heretofore been harvested SSTidP?3? " Todd L. ,L. 1 4) 6.85 gj 1" Wine of Cardui and get relief. in immense quanities, enough to koop the Farm News na GLADE NO. C (Colored) "tated tlm9. ?hvi your J70! price ol linseed oil and other important 1a a aaie, headaches and dlaitneas and gr is will disappear. yomen, Don't take stronFartle Bogie, Lucinda 14 land 2.90 uses to which it is put, within tho reach prepared scientifWlw pills or salts, hut mnrU - -- TllT 'II Items ol Interest lo The Far- - & ( Bronough, Nancy 0 " J 2.15 of all. But it takes rich land to produce vegetaoie es PTPdiPTixt! mar, tkc G rawer and the Ballew, Fred 1 3.25 it and besides the western farmers are 9 Stockman. strength and tone to the whole svsf p " 5.15 gradually cutting out this crop, until or on8 Jo"a-- . and Broods Charlston 13 " ceni? . . Burdette, J. T. 23 " " 7.05 the supply has fallen off so tremendousnently cure trou. Thouaand, ofiVn Shelby Tevis, of Lincoln ep k regxiiriy in the .house aid wm Baxter, Arthur 15 " " " 3.40 ly, it has forced linseed oil up to $1.25 .lonsrer be .without n i ', 1" 3.50 per gallon. Madison county people are county, sold a weanling jack and can be d with alfetf bneVeS Bennett, Mary .w 3 v4w auwn tnft Boggs, Arch 3.05 new paying this price for linseed oil and colt to J. R. Knox, of JBoyle, younpsst chUd. buto,uiii you have lbnever Bronough, Cha'e. fi " " If 5120 of course paint must ued It take tie advl:8 of Mrs. Iferl si necessarily be for $1,000. Thisisthehighest and Mrs. Bllsn Dangan. MuncieTlnJ, Carter, Ivy . , 0 tn 4.65 foreed up to an almost twofoihi and Campbell, Alatiaoll HI t 3.35 prK, price for which a jack colt has 4 . . n 1 Chenault, Bea mi 3.85 xae naoc r me past elfht w. ten ever been sold in the United ?, to.OT.ir .CMt.1 That J33 ii Duusc-n- , Gee. - 1 5.95 years ks procured by the United " States. The dam of the colt Dr. Caldwell personal! will 1 itI ii Easle'y, Mary 8 2.&0 8iated, mostly from the Argentine Reis the Lady of the Limestone, to plve you any.med!f advtee yo-- may " Ely, Belle .2 ii: 3.W public and U therefore way up in prta I Farrk, William 17 7.25 when it raathe the eoneumer. It wouM a jennet purchased last fall in rrri8.WilltaM be extremely profitable as a crop and. Missouri by Tevis for $1,375, I: ryfr 1 Farrk, Cris 6.15 for many years' to come St 004 tld be. the highest prioe for which a ettoerwlM. For eUhr rsquSTth. SctorS Fruek. Sm 2.W gtovm in Madiaoo eswnty instead! of to- . jji ...KHumu, j.xjr.lt. Pile, Akx . ZT has ever, sold at sue- - wail wum, iiiJ.a.90 PMK. It IS eiaOMd Uiat it ii nrr ALL DRUGFif, ivmk , 3.00 iff'jutd requires but little trouble to in BOLD BY ALL PRUOGISTt QrUw, Watch the kidney accretions. See that they have the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessive or infrequent; Contains no "brick-dulike", sediment. "i-vDoan's Kidney Pills will do this for you. ' They watch tho kidneys and cure them when they're sick. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill street, Lancaster, Ky., says:"I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity. I have nover been without a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses One of the line of the "Clothes Bsautiful," Well always brings prompt relief. For some see some of shem they've certainly some class time I suffered from kidney trouble. Tho kidney secretions were too frequent to them." in passage and from this I knew that my kidneys were disordered. At that time it was my good fortuno to hear of You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co Doan's Kidney Pills and through their use my kidneys were restored to a norlabel on the Coat Collar. Also bv the Custom mal condition. Made Look For sale by all dealers. Piice CO cents. Foster-Milbur- u Co.. Huflalo. Just after the sale we are showing New York, sole agents for the United The Man who invented the hinged collar button and got rich by it, saw a good thing that had been within six inches of millions of men's eyes for fifty years. d A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Trouble. Scrofula disfigures and g misery. causes life-lon- young chap canie into the store Saturday want-to know the minute he cot inside whether we had snch ani snch a suit that was in the window on Monday. No it was sold "I knew it" he said "a friend of nine has it on." aamirea mat f.ult In the window two or three times but I'll be glggered if I thought it could be bougit for the pr:ce te told me hti pa d." "Got jinything like it" "Why don't you put prices on them in the. window?" "Who made tho suit anyway?" Children become strong and lively when given small doses of Smith 1 William 1 Ike 2 Martin, Sarah Martin, AVm. Hrs 3 2 Miller, Mariah Moran, Frank. Maupiti, Robert 7 -- 3 5 " " " " " . ,5.75 3.00 2.W 2.90 5.85 2.10 4.15 3.50 2.25 2.25 5.15 5.05 1.15 16.80 5.75 3.C5 - 14 st Monday, March 6lh, 1911 (court day) between the hours of 10 a. m., and 0 p. m', the following property to pay tho taxes assessed against samo for year 1010: Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted bipod vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion conquer scrofula and many other blood diseases. FOR SAI.B BY AW, DRUGGISTS 2 ; Morart.Jako 2 town lots'- Moren, Ed Newman, Henry 21 acres land 1 , Peyton, Frank Rico, Ben 1 " " " " " " " " ... " " " " ' v- -. , " A Handsome C -- C - A - T Persian Lamb w Given Away by Mrs.J.M.Barlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery Co.'s 5tore A coupon given with each purchase entitles White List 8 Baker J W (nr) ltwonlot Hush Joe 2 town lots Jones Mrs. Annie 1 town lot, Myers Robert H. 1 town lot Nelson Ed T. 45 acres land Rice Mrs. Lottie & Co. 1 to'vn lot Stanifcr Mrs. Florence 1 toyn lot Taylor Pendleton 27 acres land Terrill Robert N. 1 town lot RICHMOND, NO 2 Bybee Albert 1 "It's a Schloss Bros, & Co. Suit 3.00 17.70 10.30 5.CU It-t'- s $15.00 up ment 12.30 2.70 10.40 3.55 18.40 Send 10c, name of paper and this ad. for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-BooEach bank contains a Good Luck Fenny. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St., N. Y. New Goods in Every Depart AtM JrWMb ". Scott, Joo " 5" Shearer. John " Shearer, Mariah 12 " " " 1 Shearer, John " " f0 Stone, Emily " " 1 Shearer, Beard " " 1 Tribbl.), Troy " " 2 Vaughu, Allen " Walkor, Darcus 1 " " Walker, Peter 10 " " " 1 Walko- -, Robert " 0" White, Pete " 8" White, Semira " White, Robort 10 " " 25 " White, Rhoda KIKKSVILLE No'f." Best Eliza 5 acres land . Baxter Edna 1 " " "" Baxter Ed 30 . Ballew Frank 7 " " Brooks Kittie 1 " " Denny Rodes 1 town lot Haynei. Caroline 75 acres land " " Miller Lucinda 1 " " Miller Mattie 1 " " 4 Peyton Ben " " Pre witn John 21 " " Parkes James 2 " ' Turner Tom 8 MILLION No 8. Bogie Jason (nr) 1 town lot Finn Green 1 town Fife Charlie 23 acres land Newby Bud 1 town lot Smith John 8 acres land Williams James 8 acres land . " I" i 3.50 2.90 3.95 ' 4.75 4.05 2,25 . 5.15 3.20 3.20 2.30 3.05 3.C5 you to a chance on this beautiful coat. Ever thing in our line to be sold at cost, not to quit business, but to continue with a new line. everything is sold This sale is now on and will continue uniii 4.85 2.90 7.05 5.05 2.40 2.30 "THE Tust Received a Car (fclj Load 11L Malleable Ranges sBf0 5. -- 5ala and inspect the time to C. Range, which thousands of users declare amount best on account of workmanship, used and unsurpassed cooking giu Richmond users. Don't forget that we W. D. Oldham & Co. A only 10 per cent Off for Cash on All Heating Stoves ThiSjWeek Only Perfect Bookcase an D. B. Shackelford & Co. Dry Your Clothes on a Wei Wasiiday With a New Perfection Heater ism! standpoint, but also the side of the question. matter what style of you desire, or what space you there's a case every Macey Sectional Bookcases 1- standard graddes and finishes. Start today a sectional book case that your a section as ments demand. The Sectional Bookcase absolutely dust proof and doors. can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. 5top let us explain the many advantages of good bookcase ng are made sizes of sections the one bookcase above others. For Aged People JDRFJECTIO IMOKiSS flame spreader, auf Luman & Higgins Carpets, 5toves Atv'0? d?' well-mad- e, Opp. Glyndon West Street Standard Oil Company Hog Raisers ARE April 16th Is Easterday -t YOU Lumber, Lath, Shingles, so, see Interested 5ash, Etc. &. CO. ED. V. PRICE CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS Sample Helps Frail Women Lumber Co. Today Place your order early To Raise Flax Phone 00 Richmond, K E. V. ELDEi t-- ffiJra? f..i Woman's Friend 1 Nearlr i or Clutch , I SS5Jfe!? .er wj.ux MESS hlS m-giT- f t fUltltty frniime'tor o. r "icas -- ...... & Deatherage - ESSP nJ"?; -- tiPj 4m l j . SyJ ... i bn The Woman's Tonic All fiTOMt - 4.j frowfcWQf,1! hi ! t. "Sii- -, . ' - 'i. i irwi rni nmi himmhiiiw m ii mi iiiim tiiiii ii n inw urn imiiiii r