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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1911 NUMBER 36 The Wrong Way for you. Phone is to bay a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it WALL PAPER 'Aw Fiscal Court Holds Two Days Session and Turnpike Contracts Are R. 15 Sole Agent For la ii to ii P. BAXTER Hemp Industry The State. JL PAPER The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TELEPHONE 85 Let Tuesday and Wednesday days with tho Madison Counly Fiscal court, for in addition to the regular allowance of claims and other routine business, it was the regular time for granting of the turnpike contracts for tho year. About fifty contractors" were bidders for the different sections and the average price of 37.50 per rod was paid, a very reasonable pi ice considering tho specifications in the contracts and the Court is to be congratulated on tho excellent judgment shown in hand ling them in such an economical man ner. The county is now prepared, more than it has over been to make modern roads in the quickest possiblo time. In addition to the grading machinery riur- chased from tho Ilanna estate some time ago, the court purchased last week an improved rock crusher and will bnirin work on. its new quarry on the Barnes Mill road within a few days. Eoad Commissioner John Shearer is anxious to got busy, and as this is the next road to be modernized, ho is starting the machinery early in order to have an ideal road this summer. Residents along tho Irvine pike are "tickled to death" as a resident of Waco expressed it, with their road and are not begrudging the small amount asked by the Fiscal court to aid the county in converting it into an ideal road. Tho residents along tho Lexington pike did the same last year and those along the Barnes Mill and Taylor's fork have raised alike sum and the work will be started here at once. Clarence Woods, who was appointed Inspector of Weichts and Measures sometime ago, was ordered to purchase his outfit and ho will have it here in a few days, havimr nracticallr closed a deal for it several days ago while in Louisville. All scales and measures will bo civen a thorough test in this countv and if there is andeficiency it can bo quickly ascertained. Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insurj anco in the very best old line Companio Wm. S. Broaddus, Act. f, Makes ike most nutritions food and the most dainty and delicious. Is Sorely on the Decline in This Country as Well as The decline in tho hemp growing industry in Kentucky and Madison county has been remarkable and next year there will bo hardly a ten acre field grown in this county. In. 1909 tho pro duction in this country was only about 10,000,000 pounds compared with 23,000- 000 pounds about twenty years ago, and with about 150,000,000 pounds about fifty years ago. Practically all of the American crop is grown in Kentucky, though some is produced in California, Illinois and Nebraska. Kentucky has always held a com manding position as a hemp growing State, though there is little hemp produced outsido of tho counties of tho Bluegrass region, and in some of these the crop has ceased to be important. The statistics indicate that the industry is passing, and at the rate at which it is declining tho crop in a few more years will cease to be of considerable quantity in Kentucky or elsewhere in tho United States. The decline is duo no doubt to tho increasing popularity of other textile fibers. In lieu of hemp tho Bluegrass farmers have taken to tobacco, and from tho amount of trouble they havo experienced with tho tobacco question they appear to have been somewhat unfortunate in their selection of a substitute. COAL ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Furs The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar N.V.WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. Late Summer Fabrics are how ing bur shelves, also a complete showing of No fussing or fretting over thelbiscuit-maldn- Royal is the aid to many a g. School Dress cook's success. Royal Cook Booltt800 Receipts ROYAL BAKING Free. Send Name and Address. 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 POWDER CO., NSW YORK. For Bald Heads A Treatment That Costs Nothing if it Fails. Wo want you to try t areo large bottles of Itexall "031' Hair Tonic on onr per that what It has dono for thousands of others it will do for you. In any ovent you cannot loso anything by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee Two sizes 50c- - and 81.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at II. L. Perry's drugstore. "Notice. My thoroughbred Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Stop earache in two minutes; tooth ache or pain of burn or scalds in five minutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle- ache, two hours; sore throat, twelve hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, mon arch over pain. m Jersey bull wil sonal guarantee that the trial will not make season at my placo on Lancaster cost you a penny if it does not give you pike at 31.50. Let it be tho hope of every true absolute satisfaction. That's proof of Butler Carrier. American that Helen Vivien Gould and our faith in this remedy, and it should her titled husband John Grahme Hope 5ullivan Appointed. indisputably demonstrate that we know Beresford, live, together in peace and what we are talking about when we say Hon. Jerry Sullivan has boon appoint unity and thus set an example for the that Rexall "03" Hair Tonic will grow ed by Gov. Willson a member of tho de- other millionaire heiresses in this- counhair on bald heads, except whero bald- legation of prominent Keutuckians to try who aro contemplating selling their ness has been of such long duration that attond a meeting of the International fortunes for a title. Only five out of the roots of tho hair are entirely dead, Congress of Hygiene and Demograpny, sixty marriages during the past ten the follicles closed and grown over, and which convenes in Washington. Other years havo been able to "slick." the scalp is glazed. members of tho delegation aro Dr. J. N. Wno ever thought the Shelby county Remember, we are basing our state McCormack, Howling Green; Dr. Boyd ments upon what has already been ac Paducah: Dr. McMurtry, Louisville; Dr. grand jury would got enough evidence complished by the use of Hoxall 93 Hair Holloway, Lexington, all being physi boforo it to indict a single member of the mob! Tonic, and we have tho right to assume cians except Mr. Sullivan. If you don't believe the railroads in Kentucky made a mint 'of money the past year read tho following report of the Railroad Commission: "It shows total mileage in Kentucky for 1910 to be 3,020 miles: miles operated 3,011; gross receipts 810,778,004; net receipts 517,490,839; tangiblo valuation per mile 814,053. The total revenue derived from freight operation was 834,293,792; from passengers $9,939,291; and total from all sources 810,778,001. The total operating expenses were 329,231,105. Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do. of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor Lenox $10.50 ... $16.00 Windsor 13.50 Style A . . . 22.50 STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W.S. O. R.O. L. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofFor 5ale. ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to Nice residence on corner Fifth and impuro blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you North streets. Apply D. M. STEVENSON tf. clear-eyeclear-braineclear-skinne- Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir Dressing Parlor. Come in ami have year hir dressed Best equipped warehouse for handling in the newest style, braids a ad puff Our motto is "The highest price for made to order. Braids restored to all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse, loose leaf in this section the Madison warehouse. Plenty of help and no waits, natural color. Highest priees paid for tf combings Two deora above Stockton's tf If you haven't the time to exercise drug store, on Main street. Oflwe phono regularly, Doan's Reguleta will prevent Itching piles provoke profanity, bnt SIS, residence 202. 6 Mo constipation. They induce a mild, easy profanity won't euro them. Doan's healthful action of the bowels without Ointment cures itching, bleeding or proIf you have not sold your tobaeeo, take griping. Ask your druggist for them. truding piles after years of suffering. it to the Madison Warehouse where the 25 cents. At any drug stoee. top prices prevail. There's a reason, tf m --- TV We Sell May Manton We Sell Patterns ft 10c Each GETTING READY Our merchanwe have ever had 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 May Manton Patterns 10c Each i We are getting ready for the biggest spring business in 19 j- - 'V have on hand. Have You Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not Do It Now before the best values are all gone. ' Ladies' Coats worth 6.50 to 20.00t for from 3.98 to 12.50 Men's Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to ,15.00 ' Jl onnds at Verv low Orices 1 All nrtw xuinier. wfJo-hWe. mean to close these goods oiitl Comeget a bargain . We. will save'you good money. We are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from 7.50 td;15;00 ; - f ' " V-ajr- :-- l I . Ham fISfeinii:'iloIn i11 p rftiOB . . i- - & t 'liRichmond, 4' Kentucky er Z BUTTERIGK FASHIONS tins off a blast, and the supply of milk was destroyed. The jury remained out a Iit(le over an hour, but they gave the man all he ask for. If they take a man's case lio matter how long it lakes to come to verdict, they'll stay out and give jusc.ee. Miehlc printing press installed into our plant last week was launched into buisness and christen-- ' ed Saturday evening, Feb. 11th, at 5 The ceremony was very o'clock p.m. short and entirely Informal. Neither n bottle of Mumm's Extra Dry nor a quart of Kentucky's best was used on the occasion. It's a Local Option press. Spring Is Coming The now to and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKEL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautitul line of spring I xiie AS Embroideries and Lsccs ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Floun- The way the juries in the circuit court are handing out lengthy sentences to the "Bootlpggers" indicates that the juries intend to sec that the law is en forctid when the guilty ones are arraigned. Roy Williams white, and Milt Xewman were given a lino of SG0 and 40 days in jail in quick time. Tee Stale has ordered moving picturo machines for its three asylums for the insane. If some of the pictures that we have seen are produced at tho asylum, thero will be high old times trying to hold the inmates. There will bo but one ward and that will bo the "Caged" one. Regular Lines-- All Materials All Suits & Overcoats Shoes Your choice of all our fine College Brands $16.50 Regular $25, $27 and $30 Suits for 13.50 Suits worth 20.00 and 22.50 for . . 10.00 Suits worth 15.00 to 18 00 for 7.00 Suits worth 12.00 and 14.00 for 10.00 now cut to 5.00 Suits worth Last and Deepest Cut Price Sale Is On a- -J Nothing Had Out sisMi - Boys' Suits A fine lot of Boys' Suits to select from. We are cingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest Shoes for the whnle family. Heavy High Tops below cost. Medium weights, all leathers, latest styles at deep cut prices J overstocked. They must go regardless of cost. Bring your boy to this store and we will save you money X3 Look in our window at the remarkable low prices All New The last hope of tho "Wets has faded away, if there is anything in the prediction of several local men, who ought to know whereof they speak. "Bootlegging" is so profitable that to put saloons in would ruin the business, so it is claimed they will all vote "Dry." Hog jowl, turnip greens poached eggs, corn pone, buttermilk, how docs this sound? and they are on the market and cl.eap too. If the Ground Hog falsehood will hold good another month, there will sure be some feasting in these parts. 5tyles The Season's Best Heavy Fleeced Underwear, a standard hi.jrh grade brand regular 50 cent garments now 35 cents. Derby Ribbed, medium weight, colors cream, blue and fancy stripe. Regular 50 cent garments now 35 cents. Wright's Health and Spring Needle regular $1 quality now 75 cents. Munsing Union Suits, the perfect fitting garments, below cost. Deep cnts on Hats and Caps. We can fit any head, suit any face, at any price Casli to One and All w nS: J. S. Stanifer, Prop. In Two Minutes OWEN McKEE The Richmond Climax. Home of Good Clothes Home o! Good Clothes Si 8 J J 1 n United States should have at least S34. cents according to tho per capita ness is grealy curtailed, and that as a wealth of tho country, which has just eighty-fiv- e result percent of the heads of you have'et this financial institutions in the state strong- boon given out. If U VV VI r Vi v1 v VH V MS MS V US amount get in connection with Uncle V M ly favor a continuance of prohibition FCEUSnES ETERT WESIQCU BT 991 you. Sam. Its coming K71 UK sm sm sm B ft laws? Why did you not tell us that in V Sn THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Kansas probition has reduced pauperism Its a mean trick indeed, for the Lexto a mininmum, that Kansas has fewer ington officers to prosecute ' Soldier" (Incorporated.) Tho Mayvillo Daily Ledger in comAt the Elks-clunett Monday after than l,500paupers in a population of 1, Viulls, just to "get even" with him for In It Too. Move This Week. noon. Prof. G. D. Smith, of tho Xormal' menting on a musical concert given in out of a total of the manner in he made a monkey out oi Pres. ami Mgr. 000,000 that eighty-seve- n A. D. Miller Stanford is about to get into a local Collector of Internal Revenue. scliool, will deliver a talk on "Forestry" that city by tho senior olass of the 105 countihave no paupers, It costs less Sec'y-Trea- s. W. 6. White them. Its like a gamblor squeeling when College of Music, last Tuesday Easy and Quickest Way to option fight. The city has been dry for of this district, is moving his otl.o before tho regular session of the Editor I 'han 5100,000 a year to care for the desti you've won his money. K. Vawgfat Stove evening, the 14th pays a very high triBreak up a Cold. Women's Club. several years and last year both sides week into the ha ml some new F tute people of thoState, that, why did agreed to let the matter rest, but'it now building at Danville just cum WrxciiBSTEit has furnished a number you not tell us crime has decreased more Miss Marian Burnam was tho hostess bute to tho ability of Miss Edna If you want instant relief from cold in seems that new life has sprung It says: "The accompaniste, KENTUCKY of llankrups of lato and it seems that PMS6 ASSSOIUKN up in the than one-halast Saturday at dinner in'compliment undor prohibition, I want a rood man In this territory The post office is also moving m head or chest, or from acute catarrh, ranks of the "wots."- - A prominent a Local Agent for one county, or res to her guest Miss Sue Smith, of Fayette Miss Edna Giunchigliani, showed tho county jails in the State are our neighboring city is not the hustling a Oeneral Agent for a number of try this: j ident of Stanford here yesterday said people of Danville are happy aft.-EIGHTH W6IRCT place that she is "Cracked up" Miss thoroughness of hor studies of tho great PWUGf ERS LEAWE. entirely empty, that stealuighasdccrcas businsis county. Covers wcro laid for ten. couatlff. This Is a new proposition Into a bowl of boiling hot water pour me and otfera yu an opportuolty to musical authors, and a mastery of tho f, city wouiu go "ury oy a large ma- years of waiting. The revenue ad Smith will remain thruout the week. that in mny counties whole to be. Such a thing is unknown in Richaake from $35.00 to S90.00 a week, key board that was truely marvelous, a teaspoonful of HYOMEI hold your jority, as tho business men were of tho and on up to JS.ooo or $10,000 a YEAB months go by without a single case in mond. PER vas moved from Richmond in FEIGE fl.OO Courier Journal Mrs. Keats Speed, of ner playing was yeir. No experience U neceuary; characterized, not alone heal over the bowl and cover head and opinion that under local option the city John Yerkes, who sueeeeded i "nar but I want a man young or old criminal courts, That law has educated IN ADVANCE Xew York who is visiting her sister, by a bowl with towel. Then breathe the argument is what you want for voting who will treat me tquare, who will thorough mastery of technique, but has been improving wonderfully. the young people t o regard with If Rodes as Collector. 111 do follow Instruction!, and who Mrs. Harrison Simrall, in Lexington, saloon" wo've got '6m and lots bya feeling that indicatedthat she had in pleasant, penetrating, antiseptic vapor his level best a version the social habit of drinking for "no will arrive Friday to visit Mr. Speed's herself the woods is full of e'm" deep into the lungs over the sore, raw, WBDKBSDAY FKB. tt mi that it s not considered reputable to of e'ni too. "The spirits of tho One of mj men (Hiram PordsO took Jwentr- sister, Mrs. Calvin M. Duke, and Miss wizards in even oraer tne nrsi out out Uwora statement; , tender membrane,.and most gratifying as our old friend Dr. Willitts use to say. tho field of music." profit $10.50. Twenty-siorders next day. J J. drink even moderately, that drunkenness Elizabeth Taylor for a few days. Green started selltar In Louisiana and became On Tuesday evening from eight to relief will come in a few minutes. earn- - of "Tfee itself is rare.that a drunken woman in the Kb have m our 4eak a Tni: Stanford mob should be sent to general atent. controllmc extensive territory At The last cotillon of tho season was given B. L. Middleton and druggists everyarent outfits Half MMe KefMt4iatt Prohibition" bv streets of Topoka(a city of 50,000 people) Shelbyvillo for a leader. Thero seemed a single time ne orderedofftittr iumo. Orders. by the German club at tho Masonic hall eleven, in the parlors of Sullivan Hall, where will sell Land office business richt the a bottle of Hyomei for Mr. MacBrydo held a Valentine receporders ercrrvhere. L. J. Richardson sold six It would be a sight so unusual that busi Oeorge 6. Brown, of LeiviUe M, too big a piece of meat to be disorganization. and quite a membership turned out to tion for the first hour he worked. Ordered six dozen bj tho students of the Model High 50c. Ask for extra bottle Hyomei fe Mt mt ptsrpeae to review or erhie ness would be supended to look at her, pteasea .Macnine abvo- wire. Avcrr customer Mr. and Mrs. enjoy tho occasion. As a matter of f;u-- t 3'ou. luteir ruaranteeo in etery particular lor lile, School. Receiving with Mr. MacBrydo tfee Wok M leMtii. nor o we mwwc to that the working men of Kansas are, Thomas Pickels led. Tho affair was were Mrs. Roark ')on't be stubborn. Don't be prejuBrand new business far agents, too per cent - Fixing Up. if we could. For th.- -. tlie ability, to mwlyx mwI pass lortiie most part, the best fed, best and the Misses profit to you. Sales roll up everywhere. made notable by tho appearance of sev400,000 sold In four months. Field un- The interior of the store of Rice and Miss Margaret Black and Miss diced. There is not a particle of mor08. it. Hot in view of rite clothed, and best paid working men in who buy meat here re?uaiy toucnea. Agents coming money, uet ttrri eral visitors. May Phelps were in charge of tho coffee phine, cocaine, or any injurious or habit that tfee MtMieation tuts juei at the world, largely on account of the pro- - Arnlod is being improved with modern torratonce. Wewaot i.ooa renreisni.tivo r deelaie that none of it Send your name and address on a ns.stal card Lancaster Record: Miss Sallie Elkin, tablo. The decorations were mistletoe forming drug in Hyomei. Give it a tfafc MMieHfetr line, found its way into hibition law. that newspapers of Kansas shelving and othor fixtures to accom forcomplete Information free. Territory Is is in Richmond where, she is teaching and red hearts. Outsideof the students trial it is guaranteed. It is made of ten., r goes to waste. is so Ifca shmmss of Mot h few of our citutone are overwhelmingly in favor of the law modate a larger stock of furnishings. Kviaxii. writs touay. Auaresa Mrs. and their friends, thero wero present: eucalyptus and other grand antiseptics. an interesting class in art ntnrtalty amostg tfee ttagroot. it that out of 805 papers published in State, and toothsome, so differ ;:t NEVER-FA1- L CO. Emma Kaurtman is visiting her brothor Mesdames 1). B. Shackelford, D. M It will chase away tho misery of catarrh tfea a brief mowtiuM'of it nay iwt be out eiiiylS ever print any liquor advertise Registers Here. from ordinary meats tnat r Mr. John Grcenleaf and family of Rich- Phelps, Cornelia Clay, Eugene Walker, C, or any attliction of the nose and throat 963 Cotton Bldg., TOLEDO, OHIO af lasaoo. Tfee author, Mr Brown, k mow meets, that the great majority of peo For the first time in seventeen years one thinks of leaving anv .n- mond. ..Mr. Bates Shackelford of Rich- II. Vaught, E.W.Powell.Thompson Bur in a few minutes. inmI hae been for over forty years a ple in the Stale believe in the law, that Mr. John Gibson registered in tho city eaten. There's no w.ist.: mond was in town last Friday on busi- nam H. H. Hanger. R. E. Turley, Maria wfefafcay iMcfeant and a wiinliey maau- - the ministers and church membors of all last Friday during the special registraImprovements. about our meats, You ku .t ness. faaturor. lie telk tic in toe preface denominations, the 10,000 school teach tion for the local option election. AlLynn, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Crabbc, Misses The basement of tho Baptist church what that means. tfcat fee k a very nodeet man. It k well ers, the best businoss men, tho chief though residing in the city, Mr. Gibson Lancaster Record: J. B. Walker, Elizabeth Humphreys, Landers, Svetske, is being Sunconvertediinto an ifeat fee teite its fee a wodoat man. No justice of the supreme csurt, the gover has always held his voting precinct at came down from Richmond Saturday for Mdmo Piotrowska, Messrs. R. McCul day school department with several class aue, not evau tfee closet reader, or tfee nor, the attorney general, the editors of Duncannon. He is an enthusiastic "dry" a visit to his relatives. "Jim" is now lough, C. W. Wilson and M. W. Wilson rooms in connection and a commodious wott profound tfemfeer, would ever with tho Richmond Tobacco Warehouse the most influential papers-a- ll Mr. O. II. Hendren, formerly of Kirks- kitchen for church needs. This is tho believe advocate and has won many votes to this Successor to Douglas & Culton Mrs. Ben L. Banks is convalescin, Co., and this fact is sufficient assuranco ville, inow of tho firm of Hendren feet from reeding his book the prohibitorn law is one of the best I side of the quostion by his timely and thk latest move in the progress the church 231 WEST MAIX STREET from a two weeks illness. TELEPEoN V. Tfee book efetbne to be a cocapitettott of laws Kansas ever had. 2fow, Mr BrowD, convincing argumonts, to Garrard county pcoplo that if they Parks, Danville, and Miss Mamie Mc- been making for tho past every paucage of Scripture in which are you ignorant or are you guilty of Attorney Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, was take their tobacco there they willrecoive Whorter, of Paint Lick, were married has year to completely overhaul the entire is the city last week. "Wine" or "Strong Drink" k mem km suppressing tho faot in the case? Which fair and courteous treatment. last Thursday at tho home of tho bride. structure inside and out. od. Tfek Medbt Man ahsumos to hint-mk it, ignorance or dishonesty in arguMrs. George R. Berryman entertained who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Miss Kate Schmidt has gone to tho wfefeout even tfee shadow of an ment? Take your choice. If ignorance city to purchaso her spring lino of. fine at dinner last Thursday in honor of Mrs. McWhorter. Mr. . Hendren left this apology for Mtefe asumptioa, the ability you have our sympathy and pity. If dis Is Amount of the Average Alice Markley Smith, of Alaska. The county about a month ago to take an in iiillinery. to erroetly interpret and explain every Honesty you shall have our evening pray guests were: Mesdames Smith, W. A tercsl in a shoo storo in Danville with Rev. Francis Cheek occupied tho pul Langford, Edgar Turley, Joe Price per Acre of Madpaeeaga. We not say it k impossible ers. Already our article is too long, Chenaull, his brother-i- n law, Mr. Parks. When If This Medicine Does Not pit at tho Second Presbyterian church Bon Boggs, fur Mr Browa to do thk. We will say. longer than we had intended but our pen II. M. Fcrbes, Tom Wells the groom arrived in Richmond last v . ison County Land. hero Sunday. uowever. our imaginattea ami our kept refreshing itself with ink and our Benefit, You Pay nothing:. in and Miss Bcssio Turley. Thursday, he was unable to secure a car knowledge of men are not so elastic as quill kept shoving on. In justice to Mr. Mr. Ed Smith, who has been workinj Simeon Turpinand tamilyhavo moved riage on account of all of them being in According to the assessor's books, in tho Q. & C. shops A physician who make a specially of to aHow m to believe that even an ox Brown we will say his book is sold at 25 at Somerset, has re to the city and are occupying their now use at funerals. He was in tho middle Uaoriuary man devoting hk whole life cents per copy anc when you won't buy it which havo just been completed by ex turned home. stomach troubles, particularly dyspepsia, homo recently purchased from Mr. W. of a bad fix when a local automobil : : : : la money making in any secular employ he will give it to you free of charge. Mr perts June Baxter and W. S. Hunley, of alter years of study, perfected the forII. Douglas who moved his family to the owner camo to his rescue and drovo him Joe Groche, dispatcher for the L, Equalization, there are meat, ana especially in tfee whiskey bus- Brown seems to be generous at least if the Board of mula from which Rexall Dyspepsia Tab257,511 acros of land in Madison county X., at Paris, was in the ciiy on bus CQuntry temporarily, but will romain in and a friend to Paint Lick in his Ram lets aro made. iness aoutd betaken as reliable authority not modest, or honest in argument. business here. He says he can't get far bier car, arriving just in time for th which is valued at S7.942.210. These iness Saturday. in tfee itMerpretaiioa of the scriptures Our experience with Rexall Dyspepsia ceremony. away from Richmond. Would yen go to a lawyer and ask him Tablets leads us to belie-Mrs. O. S. Gordon, of Xichojasville, them to be Wrra twelve saloons in Richmond the figures show an average for tho entire Mr. B. F. Sopor, who went to Missouri the greatest remedy The many friends of Col. John Wagers to prekerihe ler Beuralgw? Would you ale of whiskey and otliers intoxicants county of S31 per acre. known for tho reis the guest of tho family of her son Mr. ago for a stay with relatives. lief of acute indigestion are grieved that he is confined to his bed sovera ldays The residents of Richmond own 30,' Basil Duke Gordon. go le a doetor and ask him to procure a averaged per day for jujdohronic dyseach saloon 835.00 with paralysis, which camo suddenly writes tlmt he is gaining his strength pepsia. Their ingredients for you We think not. Would tS50.00. Taking as a basis S35.00 per 712 acros which is valued at 81,420,930, John W. Ballard and his daughter, last Sunday morning. His popularity and enjoying tho Missouri air at Marshall and healing to tho inflamedare soothing showing an average price per acre of you go to a whfckey merchant and ask day and counting 31 3 days (t h is membranes lea ves out $40.50. These lands lie mostly in Kirks Mrs. Mason Dunn aro at Martinsvill Ind among all classes was shown Sunday a thriving city. him to explain the bible to you? And Sundays when saloons are supposed of the stomach. They are rich In pepto for a two weeks stay. when hundreds of inquiries wero made ville, Glade and Foxtown districts and yet Me k exactly what our Modest Man, be closed) the total sale for County Clerk Robt. Terrell, was given sin, one of tho greatest digostivo aids the year in Mr. Gee. G. Urown, would have you do. amounts to 8131,400.00. big surprise last Wednesday, when he known to medicine. The relief they af Mrs. Mary K. Smoot, of Maysvillo, is as to his condition and expressions of re Of this amount compost the cream of the farming lands We are not surprised that Mr Browa has it is estimated of the county. The following are the the guest of the family of I)r C. E gret wero on all sides. arrived at his homo about six oclock ford is almost immediate. Their use that 893,900.00 is sont oompilod so many passages of scripture. away from Richmond to the districts of the county, the amount On Friday evening tho German club after the arduous duties of the day. with persistency and regularity for a Smoot, on High street. distiller and That k easy. A oooeordaBce of the the wholesale whiskey houses in tho acreage and the valuation thereof: "Jimmy" Sowers, tho firor of tho will entertain with a musical at the Twelve of his close friends had been in short time brings about a cessation of Foxtown district, 33,691 acres valued bthte would work that out in a few mm- - cities. The balance of 837.5CO.00 reMasonic Temple, which promises to be vited by Mrs. Terrell to help the mem tho pains caused by stomach disorders. Xicholasville Gatling Gun, was in city moe, wk nte Mea ot ute busy, meoy- - mains in Richmond at $J,33J,2SU or S41 per acre. a social event of much importance. The bers of tho family colebrato his fortieth Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure in the pocket's of the Friday attending court. Union district, 40,554 acres valued at waiting, businoss man, the whiskey twelve saloon keepers. Under Concert Company engaged is one of the birthday, and so quietly was the invita healthy appotite, aid digestion and pro:Xo . $091,170 or 822 per acre. Miss May Kathenne Phelps left yc,s best that could be secured. After the tion sent out and the spread prepared, mote nutrition. As ovidenco of our sin moMfeant expteiniog all these passages oarwu If oi 01 our license a great Ellis-tale- s of saripture and having the audacity to money goes to Winchesteraeal district, 53,019 acres val terdav for Washington, D. C, to visit concert dancing will be the order of the the county official was greatly surprised cere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, and other uod 51,315,570 or 825 per ask us to aeeept hk explanation; this is cities for the purchase her aunt Mrs. John Gibson. acre. at evening. when ho arrived home to find the guests we ask you to try them at our risk. If of whiskey. Let what stumps us. It k beyond our con us figure a little. 850.00 per Glade district. 23,977 acres valued at Tho Girls oasket ball team of the assembled and the feast ready. "Of they donot give" you entire satisfaction, Ambrose Wagers, of Cincinnati, day is a big oeptien. Thk self constituted Modest estimate of what money S517.0CO or 819 per acre. here having been summond on account Model school went aown in ignominious course he was chosen to sit at tho head wo will return you the money you paid thus goes out; Mau! "CtensfcHeDcy, thou art a jewel.' 810,050.00 Kirksville district, 33,124 acres valued of the illness of Col. John Wagers. defeat hist Monday evening before the of the table and he presided with the us for them, without question orfor- per year. 893.900.00 sent ou t dignity of a happy host. Those present mality.;They come in threo sizes, prices mr. mows says many good and true of Richmond under "Open Saloon." Sl.425,140 or S40 per acre. Miss Grace Armstrong, a very attrac strong team of tho Xormal scliool, but Million district, 25,872 acres valued at 815,950.00 tho Models played with pluck that were Rev. E. 13. Barns, Judgo James 25 cents, 50 cenis and 81.00. Remom-bc- r fefeg in hk hook. lie also says many sent out of Richmond live young woman of Mounds, Ills., is SC10.3S0 or 827.50 per acre. you can obtain them only at The showed them to bo an aggressive lot of Benton, Sheriff D. A. McCord, Circuit TfeingT that we oannet osdorse "Xo CINCINNATI, Saloon." 878,300.00 Mrs. T. A. Campbell. and under In addition to above thorc are 11,300 with Mr. and players that only weight would defeat, Clerk Roy.White, Attorney Ben Crutcher Rexail Store. H. L. Perry Richmond, more sent draws a great many fake conclusions out of Richmond enjoying the southern Mr. Earl Curtis is negroes R. Local Office, lie doses them out like sugar coated under "Open Saloons" than under "Xo acres owned byper acre. and valued at atmosphere around New Orleans. Ho Tho contest was witnessed by members and John Wagers, Cap Dickerson, T. M 272 8241,710 or 821 This fact will Wells. James Wagers, Jennings Maupin, of tho fair sex only. pMs, the false oesclusioas being Saloons". We cannot claim that the Mardi Gras. will remain cutil after seem exaggerated by many, but it oevered with a little saeebariac truth above figures are absolutely correct. The Borea Citizen; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bon D. Tevis Huguoly and Murray Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lackey aro enjoy a real fact, and the lists and be expects hk readers to swallow estimates were made by a man who ran der of Richmond aro spending a few Civil 5ervice. ing the balmy weather at Laurel, Miss., tfee whole thing. In one part of his a saloon in this city several years and is never plt.ee land any too high days in Berea Miss Daisy Spenco of An examination ior cicm and carrior In the county there arc 2,028 town lots and will remain until about the first book he says: "I believe now, as I al- in position to know whereof he speaks. who has been in Richmocnd for quite a e will be held at tho in this city March. ways have believed that there is no more It is generally acknowledged even by the valued at 82,102,970, whiU came homo last week Mr. on March 11 Xotes mortgages, cash and cash items lull. Age limit, 18to45 Col. and Mrs. John Cunningham, and Clare Canfield made a trip to saloon men that tho amount taken in by mora! mrpftudo in manufacturing and Richmond years, on the dato of tho examination. seMteg an intoxicating liquor than there them in tho year would reach upwards listed will value 81,272,014 and other Mrs. Laura Estill Francis, of Bourbon Monday, in tho inferest of tho Bank jiarned women will not bo admitted to is in manufacturing and selling any of 8150,000.00 but we are figuring on a personal property is listed at 81.740,041 county were in tlu city last week with .Miss Grace Adams who spent .several the cxamination.This prohibition, how Exemptions to housekeepers run to re friends. basis of about 820,000.00 less than that. other product." days here with her homo folks returned We want to state the case as fairly as we markably high figures, the books showLancaster, Dis to Gibson Infirmary at Richmond last ever, does not apply to women who aro Miss Sallie Elkin of Wc doubt whether Mr. Brown bolicvos divorced or those who aro separated ing tho sum of 8109,000 on which no trict Manager of tho C. W. B. 11., was week. tfek. We don't want to think that any know how; giving tho saloon men the taxes arc paid. from their husband and support them? Buchannan the truest of Mrs. Hattio man realty and truly believe lhatway.IIe benfit of evory doubt. Xow, men of Mr. Lrfveli Sharon, son of Prof. J. A. selves, but they aro eligiblo for appoint The total sum for taxation for tho last week. sense, please don't say any more about is trying to bcHeve it, trying to ease his Sharon, of tho Xormal School, arrived ment only as clerk. Applicants must be year 1011 is 812,708,895 and that for tho Alobcrley are Mr. and Mrs. troubled conscience. He is seeking a "Open Saloons" keeping our money at past year was 811,731,030, thus showing entertaining nowSeville their homo on last week fronPendlcton county, where physically sound, and rcalo applicants home when "Open Saloon" sends away boy a a balm in Gilead. he has been teaching in the common must bo not- - less than 5 feet 4 inches in more than five times as much as "Xo a gain our last year of 8977,8(55. It was Woodland Ave. the second son. He has schools for tho term. Ho (s but nineteen height without boots or shoes, and weigh In another place in his book he speaks fully expected by all that the gain would Saloon." cars of ago, but stood at the head of not less 125 pounds without overcoat or of Maine and Kansas as prohibition reach tho million mark but it fell about not been named. The Girl's Bridge Club was entertained the class in the competitive examination hat. For application blanks and for full states and mentions the low percentage A Bebea subscriber to the Courier 822,000 short. last Thursday afternoon by Miss Marlfn held by the Supt. of that tounty. Young information rolativo to the examination, of church membership, about 29.8 of Journal, who seems anxious to advertise Among the personal property listed the entire population, charging thk low bis county at large for its lawlessness and which will prove very interesting Burnam and tho trophy was won by Miss Sharon studied at tho Xormal last sum qualifications, duties, salaries, vacations, mer and in Soptcmber he r.ook charge of promotions, etc., addrcsa immediately percentage to be a result of prohibition. has written that paper some startling for the readers of Tho Climax, is the Marian Collins. This conclusion is not warranted. Mr. news, so he says, that during tho past following: Misses Dovio and Leila While, who tho school in Pondloton county, which L. P. Adams, Secrolary, Board of Civil Brown may be a good judge of wh:skey twenty-on- e years Service Examiners, 5,293 horses valued at 8316,810. Richhave been attending college in Lexing- his falhor first taught tweijty-tw- o years nineteen murders have but is not a good logician. Then, too, been committed in Derea and the per- mond, Ky. ton, spent Saturday and Sunday with ago. 2,293 males valued at 8185,010. Mr. Brown, the Modest Man, why did pttraiors have gone free. borne folks here. It is best that 88 jackt. valued at 89,205. you not havo the honesty to give some he be still on this subject, 14,520 cattle" valued at $300,005. Mrs William Devore, Sr., is visiting and thus try other facts in regard to Maine and Kan- to keep from the outside world the law 8,499 sheep valued a $20,592. Mrs Kate McKenna in Lexington. While. sas as prohibition states? Why did you lessness that mayexist.Berea has already 12,003 hogs valued at 173,423. away she will also visit friends in 'S content yourself with the statement that sent out such a nasty reputation that Fannini; implements are valued at and Paris. war enr the percentage of church membership the friends of Berea College, and that is S22.C00. Mr. Clarence Woods has returned from was very small? If you were honest in most of the town,are beginning to wonder Wagons, carriages, etc., valued, at Lebanon, where ho has been at tho bed your statement und wanted the truth to why fucb things exist in a community in iOD.OOO. side of his counsin Postmaster Thomas There are a good many ressons for exorbe known, why did you not tell us that which it is claimed the first aim in the Household and kitchen furnltureSlO" Jackson, who has been dangerously ill. A dairyman told me his bitant prices. state-wid- e Maine has had prohibition schoolsis Godliness, and where wonderful 810. SupU Coatcs was In Frankfort last milk was higher.bee&use his cow jumped longer than any other state, that before influence for morality should prevail. It Musical instruments 819,345. over U19 moon, ami he's as reasonable' as week on official business pertaining td the law was enacted she was fi .nanciad) will take that little town & long time to Diamonds valued at 5 975. some otliers I've heard, Bet there's one his new office of State Supervisor of one of the poorest states of the Union but tret out of the rutkrUi yhich it was Watches; and clocks valued at $5,009. place wtyh no excuse, became their prices Rural Schools. under prohibition she has become one oi thrown by the. fottawrcn f the Berea Jewelry valued atS500.00. can bo reached without a baloon, and you Mrs Kellogg was the hostess at the. the most prosperous states and bits been College idea that wftol Stocks of merchandise valued at $339,- utility is the know wl(c I mean meeting of her Bridro Club last regular 60 classed for years? Why did you cot tei thing and this is lb foundation of the 630. F.riday afternoon and three tables played us that under prohibition Main nas mul- whoW thing. Tho Board of Supervisors added to the tiplied the valuation of her property by value of lvnds 8330,040 and decreased Mrs. Thomas J. Smith will entertain thei five while her neighboring states have AxOlyapk, WailteKton,ajuf3? of sir other landi29,249. making a net gain club next week for sot multiplied by three? Why did you we&aM aat on eaae, .the first oa record of 3301,62cofl lands but of thie amount 5hutfcles,, Somerset Times: Mr and Mrs J. O.J Ns.edies, not tell uc that tbe mmImm I of. ii tttt eomtnr aad tfaajr fave a silk- ely IW0.W0 is as original ioeraace by OMtoMn. of KietimoBfl, and Xraad Mrs; , an mafcos wii, :r ( Jata,h,sra laaaiad fey nirianii that at iiiafrimi tmimt: atj tba tt . paraisUaUy 0. R-- Wittisaa, aaat ,' put tttosir aUd tk is year at law that r JM.aO. Tba of dta laaairf x.;Saib tfee vry found BuUdingJi of feuai-- tha MiUmaa's hMW t rua cat, bf rt--i tfcc mi Opera-Houf- i mm placed J( Ua jragr bafera. mi Oottaf 81 43 Evert man, woman and child in tho Cor. Second and Main Streets Richmond, Ky w vi w ll b m Cin-cinn- at . WANTED! Giun-chiglia- lf . one-hal- We Won't Cut Off , Wil-mor- e. It The PERSONALS te C. C. CULTON -- $31.00 There's No Risk KLEAN uu Put last year's duds this month's suds and prepare for the coming spring e dMe Expert Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Done the Queen City Shipments Twice Weekly from local office Our Service is Perfect OHIO Fentoii Dry Cleaning Co Telephone C. Oldham, Prop. never-thu-Ie- post-offic- One Day Only 1.29 I.29 Post-offic- e. es Betsy5s: 1 'ills vf1 il Pointers New Collapsible High Chair Adjustable to Any Kind of Chair ' Luraan Lt. & Biggins . ' .m Lacl Todd - B,IUioawpajfrs ia alu wir ink, The Home of low Prices and Square Dealing Furniture, Carpets, Stoves We are headquarters Bobbins, Baife. or .iic., omachin55 -- ?- '' 2- - I I I 1 Don't Oroitook : Good Things r WECSH iAWBREAKER frEimrtsW A LOHPflHS DIALECT. Perfectly F'.ecognizabla ChMd of the Old Kentish Tongue. In a little book entitled "Loadoa'a Dialect" Mr. Mackenzie Macbrlde challenges the view expressed by the education department of the London county council that "there Is no London dialect, of reputable antecedents and origin," and that "the cockney mode of speech Is a modern corruption." He points oat that the London dialect, especially on the south side of the Thames, Is.a perfectly recognlz-bl- e child of the old Kentish tongue, to which we owe-ouearliest written literature. "Thet" for hat." benk" for "bank "keb" for "cJi," are remnants of the old Kentish moda of pronunciation. in the KcnUsb dialect "that" was spelt "thet" as early as A. D. 823. The use of "1" for "a." as in "Hdy." was common from the Trent to the Thames In Elizabeth's time, and John Stow. wiltlng..in 15S0, gives us "bylyffe' for "bailiff." The use of "an" for "a" in such cockneylsms as "telegrnnph." Is of very old origin, and "ababt" and "ahtslde" are both warranted by use. As for "kep" and "slep" without the final "t," they are. really uncorrupted words, the "t" being an Intruder of late. date. . r The Man who invented the hinged collar batten and got rich by it, saw a good thing that had been within six inches of millions of men's eyes for fifty years. young chap came into the store FaMmlay wanted to know the" minute ho sjot inside Whether, we had such and snch a suit that wns in the window on Monday. No it was sold "I knew It" he said, "a friend of mine has "I've admired that suit in thii window two or three times but I'll be giggered If J thought it could be bought for the price he told me he pa'd." "Got anything like It" "Why don't you put price oi them in the window?" "Who made tho suit anyway?" "It's a Schloss- - Eros, & Co, Suit Ith-irP'the- experienced. He told her of his proud FOR 8 ALE BX ALL DBTJaOISTS and in a burst of exultation exclaimed, "Mary, you shall ride In your carriage, and Charley my boy" name opar and ihU aX- for our taking the child from the cradle and beautiful SaTlsia.Baak and CMId'a contain a Good kissing, him "you shall go to Eton You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co TttA&K nAft and" a sad. reminiscence crossed his SCpTT & BOWNE. 409 Peirl St. New York TORTURE BY WATER. label on the Coat Collar. Also by the Custom mind, his 'Joy was overshadowed and Made Look he murmured in broken accents, "Oh, The inhabitants of the village and that Howard (bis dead child) had lived ADMIRALS IN THE' MAKING. The Third Degree In Sorcery Cases In (he postoffice authorities have shortenLouis XIV.'s Tims. to see It! but ho Is better where he is." Just after the sale we are shoeing ed the name to Llanfalr, P. G., while One of the methods adopted by On the night of Edmund's first ApMidshipmen at ths Ths Course For the railroad llmits.lt to Llanfalr. New pearance as Richard a group of idle Louis XIV. to purge bis kingdom of Naval Academy and. at Sea. York "World. sorcery was th-- "question ordinary." actors In th& greenroom were- discussTwo midshipmen are. appointed acb This, accordlnc to G. Duval la "Shading his merits lu anything but a liberal year by every united States senator spirit. "I understnedr" said one, with and. congressman, two are credited to ows of Old Paris." consisted In having THE GOLDEN CAT. ten pints of water poured into the an. elaborate sneer, "that ho la an the District of Columbia,, and five are They are all chock lull of new. spring, stuff. Espec: Legend' rmrjrti harlequin." Bannister entered named, each year from tho United body. of ths Founding of a Persian. UAiijtn yon placed ially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, nt that moment, overheard the remark States at large., AH are generally In "The executionerposition, the prisoner ITS College at Meshed. firmly tied a recumbent JTCUMJIUt Laces, etc. Come and see them before they are The following story from the Per and retorted "I am .certain of that for Chosen by competitive examination. upon a table. A block was slipped un he bus Jumped over all our beads." The course for the midshipman is der the loins, so that the chest and picked over they are new and fresh now. Oar new sian manuscript of which a translaIt seems that tho great four to call this line of Imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived and tion baa been published, under the title Edmund Kean. and Charles tragedian, six years, years years at the academy stomach were thrown outward and Now is Incledon, and two at sea, at the expira- upward, while the contents of a meas "The Glory of the SMa World." reads is Range, which the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and like a passage in the "Arabian tho popular-singewcre-onday walk? tion of which time the candidate is ure of two pints were forced by means see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any othei Nights." It tells of a Persian at lgn In Bond street when they met required to take his examination for small of a hose down the victim's mouth. market. Our stjles are exclusive. We have jusi Meshed who had founded a college Lord Essex, who bowed coldly to graduation. AU midshipmen who pass If be resisted bis nose was beid until qualities. with wealth gained in a remarkable Kean, though, they were on. terms of these examinations are appointed to ho opened bis teeth to breathe. Aftei fuel received some new Tailor-mad- e Intimate friendship. fill vacancies jn the lower grade of the every two pint measure he was given Richmond for ladies. If you don't rejd a spring suit it will pay you to see the new styles anrf manner: will give The next day Kean found a nota at line ,of the navy. 'One day a rich merchant asked him. get prices. Schloss Bros. Clothing Jor men and young men have begun to come in in "all their new spring glory a few seconds' rest and the opportuni my lord desiring him All candidates for admission to the theater from Osr line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Si.ndals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladies are already in stock. Maki whether ho was wllllug to work at a thocall at his bouse. When, there the academy must be physically sound, ty to confess. If be cor'inued his deto. nial the question was reapplied until selection now while yon can get your size. Our Wm. Eneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing uj place to which he would be conducted nobleman said to the tragedian. "My well formed and of vigorous constituyrar blindfolded. Being a, fearless Kerma-n- l the whole ten pints had been condear Kean, you will pardon me. You tion. No boy who is manifestly un- sumed. better than ever for this spring. See them, get our prices and see the new things in every department we cat and very poor, he agreed, and was know how greatly I. admire your gen- dersized will be admitted. The height gave you money on every purchase. led through many streets to a court "In the 'question extraordinary' the yard, where the bandage was remov ius, but I was surprised, yesterday to of the candidate must not be less than quantity administered was angment'd ed, and he was ordered to dig a hole sec you In company of that singing five feet two1 Inches between the ages to twenty pints. The swelling caused "My lord," said of sixteen and .eighteen and not less by this unnatural amount of liquid ; t and bury gold coins and Jewelry. This man, Incledon." ho did for several days, and,, being Kean with, flashing- - eye. "Pray don't than .five; feeMonr Inches, between the the body produced the most acute agosearched before he left,, he saw no excite yourself, now, my dear Kean," ages of eighteen and twenty. The ny." Interrupted my lord, "but the respect. minimum, weight .of the candidate at chance of bettering bis condition. 'However, one day he saw a cat. I may say reverence, I have for your filxfeen must be 100, with an Increase Knew ths Risks. Chioe, a huge black cook of middle which he killed and ripped open. He wonderful genius prompts me to of Ave, pounds, for each additional year speak thus.?' "Lord Essex," cried or fraction ot a year more than one- - age. came to her mistress one day with then sewed up some money and JewFor Sale. els inside it and threw It over the Kean, drawing himself up and casting half. the announcement that she was about No midshipman ,1s permitted to mar to be married. Regretting the loss of wall. Affer this, when his work was a withering, glance at his noble patron I have several pood building lots for Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head? done, he wandered about until he "twelve years ago my family were In ry between the date of his graduation an excellent cook and having real In- sale located on Lancaster and Breck found the cat and not only secured the want of bread and Charles Incledon, from the academy and his final .grad terest In Chloe's welfare, her mistress ve. Location, drainage, ect., the very We guarantee money hidden In Its body, but also my friend, supplied the means to pro- uation for appointment in the line said: best. Most desirable for apartment Bourbon Hcg Cholera Remedy cure It and when Edmund Kean for- without the consent of the secretary learned the position of the bouse. "I boDC. Chloe. you appreciate the gets, his friends may God forget him." of the navy. The pay of the midship fact that marriage Is a serious thing house or living residence. Any one in to keep hogs healthy and free from dis"Its owner shortly afterward died. from artistic beglnnlng-wit- h the you have considered carefully In terested in purchase please call on the ease for 5 cents per head per mealh. It and the astute Kermanl bought his And from that hour Uie two men never man Is $000 date of his admission to the academy. and exchanged courtesies, utility from No house with the gold sewed up inside tho regard to the step you aro about to owner, Mrs. D. M. Bright or her son, cures Cholera, kills Worms. Stimulates Kean, from early manhood, had ait tf the Appetite, aids Digestion aad causes cat. As tho merchant had never re take. Marriage brings great responsi- Dr. Bright. finish BUSY PEOPLE. vealed his secret to any one ho became Internal complaint, for which be had bility." How to cure a cold is a Question in hogs to fatten very rapidly. "Tlm remeIn turn, when dying, be always been his- own physician and his heir "'Deed it does, wish to fill, for queathed and, money for the pious task prescribed that sovereign balm called. Here's a. Writer Who Says They Rare with emphasis. "Ima'am Isaid Chloe. which many are interested just now. dy is used and endorsed by leadisg heg his reckon knows, fo raisers throughout the country. Ceme brandy," from which It generally of founding and maintaining a col ly Accomplish Big Thing. I's been mah'led fo times. I knows Chamberlain's Coutrh Remedy has- won in and let us tell you about it. place. found relief, and at least It always lege." yo takes wheo yo its giett reputationanJ an immenseIt sale The suu Is blazing .down on the gar Just what reesks can cure of colds. by its proved an alternative. While travel Perry's Drug Store. git mah'led. My last dlvo'ce cost tlsays remarkauic upon, rorsnic oy oe uepenueu ing from London to Belfast on quit den, in which lives a saint, so called. dono Correct Way to Rail Umbrella. 2dojlahs, but I made him Stockton & Son. In Bombay. me twenty-fiv- e ting the coach at Donegal Arms, he whom 1 visited .one .day twenty-thre- e A badly rolled up umbrella, besides pay half of it. To nevnh know what He has not spoken, for looking unsightly, does not wear, half missed his sovereign balm and he call years, and his neighbors look upon yo is gittln' Into when yo' gits mah'1issssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV1sbi as long as It ought to. The process of ed ont to the Irish waiter to search tho him with awe. Somo months later I led." Washington Star. Js"aMaiaaHHaaaWaP""5ijaO rolling an umbrella Is very simply. lately abdicated vehicular conveyance visited at Davos Platz a man who for The majority hold It by the handle and as be had left his pocket pistol behind. nearly thirty years has been studying Ruins of Yucatan. finishes. keep twisting the stick with one hand, The devil a pistol enn 1 find." cried drops ot blood under n microscope. in The explorations of Arthur DIosy In while with the other they twist and the searching Hibernian, "or anything He Is getting as close to life a he can. Tucatan brought to light many new with all It's roll the silk. Instead of this they else but this." producing the leather but admits that be knows, ljttlo moro facts about the stupendous ruins should take hold of the umbrella just covered charm. "Why, that's it, you than the sage In bis hot, garden at which stretch through the country In requirelibrary. Add will above tho ribs of the cover. These blockhead," exclaimed Kean. suiting Bombay. Both the western scientist chain 300 miles Ions. The most points naturally lie erenly with the the action to the word and tasting to and the eastern sago, smile Indulgently amazing thing about these rums, acis Macey scented-th- e cordial stick. They should be kept hold of bo convinced. Pat at the fusslness of modern life. cording to Mr. DIosy. Is that the peo and pressed tightly against the stock and, laughing, cried: "Do you call that My own experience men in many ple who possessed such high archiwith non-bindi- ng is proof up. a pistol, sir? Why, then, faith, though lands bas taught me of and then the cover should be rolled that the most tectural skill and the knowledge or Holding the ribs thus prevents them I'm a peaceable man. I wouldn t mind active arc least valuable. It is a nota rich and graceful decorative arts, beYou or two of that pistol from getting twisted out of place or standing a shot blcr survival of the simian In man that longed to the stone age and. bad: no this in tomorrow; bending out of shape, and the silk Is myself." so many people think that constant knowledge of metals. These wonders When Edwin Forrest went to Lon mental evenly and roll smooth bound to follow and physical activity Is a meas- In stone were carved with flint impleand tight If an umbrella Is rolled In don he was received In nnytblng but a ure of value. Busy people seldom ac ments and a civilization which has way. One critic wrote: this fashion It will look as If newly cordial complish anything. The. statue, the been compared to that ot Egypt grew "Our old friend Mr. Forrest afforded poem, tho painting, the solution of the up without even the use of bronze and bought for a long time. Boston Hergreat amusement to the public- by his economic, financial or social problem. Iron. ald. performance of Macbeth' on Friday at the courage and.steadfastness for war tho Princess. Indeed,, our best comic even are al. born In seclusion and ap A Bible Library. Turned the Tables. great-Probably the finest collection of actors do not often excite so pear mysteriously from nowhere. Mo- Two hunters, returning from the Bibles in the world Is that in the li- quantity of mirth. The .change, ;from llere, Cromwell, Washington, Lincoln, Catskllls. decided to try some New L. & N. brary of the General Theological semi- nn Inaudible murmur to a thunder of Shakespeare, Dante and Cervantes all York, city humor upon the agent of a square, New York. In sound was enormous, but the grand appear from nowhere nnd promptly llttio railroad station In the foothills. nary In Chelsea little rriore for it will the fireproof Bible room on the second featuro. was the combat In which, ho take, command, of the busybodles. "When does the S:il) train get InT floor aro more than 1,2(0 different edi- stood scraping his sword against that What a crowd of men, we all recall asked one. force place. A tions of the Bible, In all about 2,500 of Macduff. We were at a loss to know who were so busy, making. themselves The old man regarded him seriously volumes, arranged on .shelves and in whnt this gesture meant until an en remembered- - that they are already for and at length. "Waal." said he. "she in to always Main glass cases. Of these 155 edlUons are lightened critic in the gallery shouted gotten! Price Collier In Scribner's generally gets in Just a leetle behind In Latin, making 1,053 volumes. Of out, That's right, sharpen it!' " Magazine.. engine." the A good story is being told at the ex "polyglot" editions In more than one Later they approached him respect BOO volumes. Black B. B. B. Million, W. M. pens?, of a certain local theater whose language there are 93, In fully. "About time that train Is due. Beards and Beliefs., no The most interesting oJ the Bibles Is "Standing Boom, Only" notice-I- s Why Is it. that there seems to be Isn't it, uncle 7" n in loncer. needed. One night after the some, vital connection between a man's "Yes,", said the agent, "she's about the Gutenberg volume, printed at tia between 1450 and 1455 by Jo- curtain was rung up a, smallbpy was beard and his belief? The ia.te yeorge due. There comes the conductors AH old hannes Gutenberg, whl:h has always discovered. In front of the box office. Jacob. Holyoake. in an article con dog." Everybody's. Tho manager of ths theater went to tributed to the Fortnightly. Review of ranked as a masterpiece of art timers in the lad and kindly asked him what the September, 1003, recalls the time not Dauntlsss. ana eujov weanuff your new want my money so v.ery long agq "when only four men trouble was.. "I "He cleared the sill at a bound and Timber and Lumber. clothes all season. Any de "Paw, Is there any difference be-- back," sobhed the boy In answer; to In 'Birmingham had tho courage to vanished in the darkness." related Ro a the query. In surprls? the manager wear beards. They were followers of mance breathlessly. sign you select Jrom our tween Umber and lumber I" request Southcott They dl-- it in Imi 'But." scoffed Realism, "only a mo fashion plates will represenl "There i3 no necessary, difference In, asVcd. lils reason for such a to sit up Joanna.of the apostles, and. i were Jeer tation ment ago he. was riveted to the spot kind, my son. They differ merely In "Becaune because I'm .ifrnld. what is being worn in the Cegree or stage of development For In the gallery all alone!" he wailed.. ed at In the streets by ignorant Chris- Did be file the rivets?" arlarge cities; and if you want trample, a man may txi spoken of as His money waa returned. Franklin tians." In the course 'of , "Oh. nol" rejoined Romance, nothing ticle. Mr. Holyoake remarks that iaunted. "Fortunately It was only a good Umber for some high office and Barry in St Louis "George Frederick Muntz. one- ot the small spot, so that by a superhuman yet represent nothing but lumber when two first members elected In Birming effort ho wrenched It loose and car A Mer. Trifle. be gets there." Chicago Tribune. The young lady had won tlie philo- - ham, was the' first member w.ho ven ried It along with him." Puck. pena. "Well," said, the gentleman wno. tured tt wear .a beard in the house of Hit Weakne-s- . commons, and he would have been In Result of a Fad. "Wigg Your friend tin actor sooms had lost, "I've lost; what shall J. glre he not been a powerful suited Poverty came in at the door. Wagg-rHe'- s. tho per- - you?" "Tour photograph, nothing,but man 'had rather eccentric. a heavy malaeca cane, and carried Love Immediately dew out of the sonlflcatlon of eccentricity. Why, that your photograph,"' sho answered, "In which, he was known to apply to any window. man actuallv admits there aro other pretty llttio gold mouuUng. set in one who offered him ft personal af "Ah," said those who observed, "this actors Just as good as ho is. rhlla cold bracelet, with, n sprinkling, of em front." London Standard. Doors in Is what comes ot being fresh air faderalds and just ont solitaire one only, delpbla Record. dists!" Judge's Library. you-- ue aorol" mind Etc. If Ths Mikado's Title. A word ot kindness Is iieldom spoken The ruler of Japan really should be Ton cannot dream yourself Into a Habit la tin deepest law pf human called ten-- not mikado. The latter In valu. It Is a seed which, even when character; you must hammer and forge dtvinnfii bv chance, springs up a Batpro. Cttljie. some- yourself one. James Anthony Froada. means "royal gate" and iff a title flower, what Blmllar to sublime porte, which When her child is in drjiger a woman Is used Indifferently to mean the Turk the coun. will risk her life to protect it. No great ish sultan, his government-oTodd-Edwar- ds means "heaven's try Itself. Ten-act of heroism or risk of life is necessary t all 'highest," a protect a child from croup. Give to OtMQ Urandllofluent European efforts." ane A Little Care Will Save Many Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy and all original Japanese equivalent- - for ten-- o constipa For iale by btockdanger is avoided. RichmondReaders Future With lb first sitms- of but1 the former ton & Son.. flm tioa vou. resort to the home methods is soumelamikoto, perhaps on account universally used, Trouble. of relief., such as hot or cold water, on Its brevity. FOR SALE New residence in Bur arising, lots of stewed fruit .with your of J. Stone. breakfast, etc but what, do youdo tf nan wood. Watch the kidney secretions. when these fail? No Reason to Worry. warrant rr JHV The majority then, start, oa' salts tand once played the part ot Venus la See that they have the amber hue of te. . moci co.Sr "I waters, then chince to catbar Here Is A Remedy That Wil cumtive' etc ii yeu navu. gono tnrauxDJ 41 pantomime," sain me lauy - oo health; ue puis, you Know tney were showed her age. and, was beginning to mese various siaeeg Cure Eczema all useless, bo far as permanent reuH have a mustache. The discharges not excessive or in go.- how you s mouui try just osce oxaia. Prove IV, "We but try something practical and sensible. "Well. I wouldn't let .it worry, me," frequent; on yourself as on the plates, Why waste time and nloneyv experl-- - a remedy made and Intend! for. the par, replied, the one who Tvaa still fair to like!', sedi vou are sick, you irish to get well, don't Toul the deisgn must be artistical- menting with greasy salves and such, pose you are trying to accomplish., suafe look, upon-- "Venus was only a myxu, Contains no "brick-dus- t a remedy., as thousands. sn testiry. Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and ment. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup FeirsbirrrWhlcB, ly worked into them by our Irving to drlvo tho eczemii germ from guaranteed to be permanent in Its re o, of course, you didn't hurt her feel misery; and be happy again. are, iiuch that by i Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for Its Chicago tailors, Ed. V. Price underneath the skin when' H. L Perry suits. use lnirredlents stomach and.. bowel ings." Chlcago,ecord-Heraia- . of It the your illness is caused by temaie trouble, yo to meet the gunranteos Zcmo, a clean liquid prepara- brief you. & Co., and built muscles are trained to again do their Tho Same Thing. Clothiers never say a word about the end you that is. tion for external use to rid the skin of workdonormally, so medlcints the all kinds. aan quickly get the right remedy to get "well. They watch tho kidneys ana cure exact measuremen s away with can of The Tou.canlt say X evw Y. Dodaon.ef. this Mr. from which clothes are made, other women, has r- curves of your body. Quality the; germ life that causes jtho trouble? That It will dowill gladlyo;attest, ana so ran. after you, JPercivah The Second them when thoy're sick. Caraui. This ereat medicine, S an a any nrsb aoas relievtj the itching will vine.- va., Hampton ol Portage, O. -- Helping-Ve- ry application will are all wool." Naturally A. The tree. Hypatla. lijeye&or cured thousands of ladies, suffering liksi of woolens and workmanship Oni often times one bottle1 is sufficient To Mrs. 0. who are still i Sceptical there Mrs. B. P. "Walter, Hill street, Lanthose trap never runs after the rat, but it caster, Ky. says:-."- I. you expect to obtain "all wool.' But, won it to satisfy. Suits and a minor case of eczema, never fail to Is a way to proves you lxC.ui some iem&ie irouDie. to euro a oennr ef expense: Binie4y frend yew ,gathers hlraJo, .all the seme. Load oa praise, Doaa's Kidney Fills whea I have colors and patterast' you to learn about ' Cala well, to order and: over 2,000 towns ahd cities in name and address to Dr. .VJter using;ob- Tatler la v It, ; ' tain a free sample-bottle- . xne laorics irouj the opportunity. I have never heea best-know- n America, the leading drUgfjlst has ,the If vou are. then convinesd it, Is the; rew- without a supcly of this remedy ia the made are the smartest of weaves rom.the julv vnn. Timwl huv-- a flftv . eent.er oae Ths Restorative. scency forZemoand ho ill tell you dettaxBottle or- - your urusHv'SYra, von- mills in the world. In color, they range from pUm cures mkde by this tloue to .use k rer a- - oner.- ume uatB 'How's your wife's- cold thk mora- house for years aad whoa over my back of the marvelous beeom.es lame, aad pairlul, a.fsw doses seighberrec- cured. Tho "directions are slatple aa4tb blacks and blues to the popular browns, pleasing grays 2emo pleasant to our cleisn, aiaiphi treatment. aw'l most ispopu- - dose- la smalt-- It toMs BTStDQtlr ths tMte, ,tegl asked a thank, -yea., There's always brings prompt relief. For sme large W. arft dailv receivimr' "Much better, rtnaa not irrinaiand There are small checks, and stunning tans. ogcized as the cleaassi tomorrow evening that she time I suffered from kidney troubk. and these new spring line of Dress lar treatment for eoceria, pimples, Hioney. win statemnnti are, iiwntMi '9T a dance jfo overplaids, herringbone stripes aad fancy stripes, d retimaea. i, . wants- - to Free Press. The kklaey seeretie&s were toe frequent -a T&te rsrortr is ovr a quarter pattern. terms of skin or very beautiful, but of bo Goods. "RadeliffVLbw Cuts denilruff and all other tary old and Is. ssrssnaly. 'taksst r iHsuHMMd from tfeis.il xmw that than, any trther iMar whether en infant or soalp Whca a naa sits dawa, ami., hopes my kidneys were .disordered. At thai market. Btatao for ladies, R. & G. and Amer- - grW affections WiH you tiy a bottle on more dragxift fabric is the ualitr the retaedr on Then, nUMff-tMrperson. for ths beet he. is apt to get tkt worst of Us ffertlvenesa, porltr Jd-M- y lime it was my good fortune te hear for Ifn-.-- Tanaie EUfe, W IMfer, Ark., mJfeed ican Beauty Corsets. "We are our, reoommwwhUKHil taste It to 'the West laratlve Terne-ij wool part;. HK. VTTicn m viu wSl-b- e trw-Dean's Kidney Pilkaad through thelr L.UWJl lilt i Neck"-- r Parry's Drug Store, CSwdTU- - SbairriiM: pteaiwU ama "I waa sack io I shnwinsr the latest in Dr. Headier letter fcause of o use say kidaeys ware rewired to a any meorcai aarfioe yau. For Sale. to wait UBtiil wu have te jrtve-yo- yoMsett:e.aBrttar mm)? aU wooL ! par an A Fancv Combs for Tii esire.& wraa je&rs with iamak trooUe. EwjMonik nwdi aual.coadkiotu a file te begin tfiakg abojltiMurapceJ the siomaeh., Mvsr ar bowt ease ) M' . tew theusMd Moowl.haitU bpek. r lk mrhMi Mai'UAi iwfc-- MOM m free of.charfe. Kxplaln-yaiM- - yea to by a! dealers. Pi fee M BtK sale ladies. " Do t now. We write the btat petW-a- . jaif-jf- c letter aM He wM bms, -- MIHhmk. Co., B&J aawple. .Cardm yqiifawiJa mfflfciwi mmm Dea.H; Brook rthe fwinnr on staler , wad 210 Moberly avsotw. coats. tf" bbsum wiiiw bsjm aad asjsMts for tb New Yotk, Pse astJaST i sumos--i mnmmmrm AS AZA iir. nr. 3. Gtumm wmrm 1 One of tho line of the "Clothes Beautiful." Well let's see some of shem they've certainly some clas to them." is a wonderfuLfood-medi-ciri- e for all ages, of man ing Uttle village Jn and .a favorite, visiting place fof tourkind. It will make the ists. There arermany other charming' A SUCCESS; AND ITS PATHOSLL little villages In 'iVales all, over the "delicate,sickly babyJstrongf world, In fact, but none with a name llko that. Ucnfnlrpw.. etc.. moans The Tearful Meeting With His Wife and well will give the -the Church .of St. Mary In n hollow of After His Triumph on, the Board. white hazel near, to the rapid whirlpool girl rosy Snubbing, a Nohfe .Lord An English pale, anemic and to the Church ot St Tysilio by the Critic, on Edvyin Forrest's Macbeth. red cave." cheeks and rich, red blood. It Is declared that only a Welshman Edmund Kean's London debut was can pronounce the same of the village, made In 1S14. at a Ume when, his It will put flesh on the but there Is no harm in you trying if you wish. The first syllable. "Llan," financial .affairs were, at a very With bis wife and one child he bones of the tired, overIs very.slmple. You must double back your tongue along the roof ot your was lodging In an attic Ills reception thin man, and mouth and get ready to say something A3. Shylock was must encouraging and. worked that sounds ualfw.iy between "clan" flattering.. In an almost, frenzied es- and "thlan," and there you've got It eiasy he rushed through the. wet to his will keep the aged man The second syllable, "fair," Is encour- humhlo lodging, sprang up the stairs agingly simple. And if. you want to go end threw open the door. His wlfo ran in condition to on and learn the whole name of the to meet him. No words were required bis radiant countenance told all village the following rhyme may be of resist colds or pneumonia and they mingled together the first assistance: tears of true happiness they had as yet in the winter. At first It began fair. Commencing with The v London, Debut. of Edmund is. a, charmKean,. the. Great Tragedian. Anglesey, Wales, low-ebbor-woma- n The Great Big Nnmo of .a Charming Little Village. A Handsome Persian Lamb Given Away by C0AT 5tore . Mrs.JJVLBarlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery Co.'s A coupon given with each purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat Every thing in our line to be sold at cost, not to quit business, but to continue with a new line. This sale is now on and will continue until everything is sold $15.00 up ment Then started a jingle By adding Pwllgwyngyll, But was horrible, very. To stick on Goirery And simply Ignoble To run to ChwjTndrobwIl. Till It almost will kill you To say Llandyslllo, With a terrible shock At the end Gogogoch. Llanfalr. arx-cle- nt achievement- - BeiuL-10- Sketch-Boo- "THE Tust Received a Car li Each-bank Luck-Fcnn- Load of New Goods in Every Depart- j -- r, e wonderful and inspect the thousands of users declare amount of best on account of workmanship, Ask used and unsurpassed cooking users. Don't forget that we the time lit Malleable Ranges 10 per cent Off for Cash on All Heating Stoves This Week Only W. D Oldham & Co. A Not only D. B. Shackelford & Co. 1 Perfect Bookcase an Hog Raisers standpoint, but also side of the,question. the matter .what style of you desire, or what space you there's a case every Macey m -t Sectional Bookcases are made thirty sizes of sections n six standard graddes and a sectional the one bookcase above others. Start today grow with your a section as book case that absolutely dust Sectional Bookcase ments demand. The doors. and fitted can't buy a better bookcasethere's hone better made. Stop good bookcase let us' explain the many advantages of If Yon Want for your The Best Price bring it to the Tobacco Near Depot Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Luman & fiiggins a Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opp. Hotel Glyndon West Street BEGIN ON EASTER SUNDAY m Mo-gu- ' get a Our auctioneer competent than any other handle your tobacco the on hand proper manner. P. Jones and attendance and see that are constantly your interests are carefully guarded. the tobacco business. PI the-same- Tost-Dlspatc- h. - YOU Lumber, Lath, 5hingles, so, see 5ash, ARE Interested o, Gonsttoahon r Ever Watchful. Frw o the-mos- Lumber Co. - Phone 100 " Richmond, Kj To Look As Good Get Well lor If If MOST t and Ex-wldo- w It's - . t f $20 to $40 - - estv. lt de-eide- Hi tbir r y sye. JZh r Ut For Women's Ills aW a - -- ic - aoj Caldvail-PortJowlu ly, Boar-oaUev $12.50, $15, W and$20 i irtjt Jr -- - Fof wsji-snii- r, touo .rr jwTsflHfia II wil -- VPf si UUi eW. I I f MM wj IsAftMOttlfX. fhe Richmond Climax. Sell itHere. fflSSING Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. Northwestern Mntual Life In A Wonderful Display of Handsome Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bereb Tsiilored Wear Reach to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade - mUSBED EYERT WEMESDHT BI 5ome good news for like the Lexington markets. IDE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Madison county growers who (Incorporated.) Pres. and Mgr. Member KENTUCKY PRESS Sec'y-Trea- s. Doisg business withpet surance C., will loan money at 5 lam. out advertising m this cent good Improved piper is Lie trying to Ijintlsnn Mor'gti.'" unlock your bam door Appiv oJ. C Chiiault. interior, China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display wilh your wife's hatpin. You've got the wrong key. Adsreitiang is the ley to the ham of plenty. Q.njf' Richmond. Ky. A. D. Miller W. G. While Steve K. Vaught ol - Editor ASSOCIATION and EIGHTH DISTRICT FUBLISI'ERS LEAGUE. "RICE tl.tiu PER VKi 1011 IN AUVA.SG WEDNESDAY FEB. 22 - PAYING A PAINTER. 50 years .xperience the factory guarantee in from suits, smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from all sizes and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Hat Fine Line New Style Oldest Established Clothing: and Tailoring: House in Richmond B Stouffer Announcements j 1 ., Verrio's Reward For Decorating Tmo English Royal Palaces. Rubens received for his painting of the grand celling at the banqueting house? Whitehall, the sura of 4.000. The space covered by this painting Is about 400 yards, so that he was paid nearly 10 yard. In addition to this remuneration, he was knighted, and a chain of gold was also .presented to him by Charles I. Sir James Thornh.ll. the first Englishman who received knighthood jf,or his ability in art. was paid only 3 a yard for the laborious work on the ceiling of Greenwich hospital and only 1 a yard for painting the ornaments on the walls. "The Duke of Montague." says Sir James Thornhill In his memorial to the commissioners for building the hospital, "paid M. Rosso for his saloon 2,000 and kept an extraordinary table for him, his friends and servants for two years while the work was being done at an expense estimated at 500 per annum." Slgnor Verrio was paid for the whole palaces of Windsor and nampton court ceilings, front and back stairs at 8 shillings n square foot, which is 3 12s. a yard, exclusive of gilding; had wine daily allowed to him. lodgings in the palaces and when his eyesight failed him a pension of 200 per nnnum and an allowance of wine for life. Pearson's Weekly. HER Those Madison county growers of to bacco, who are of the falso opinion that they can secure moro money in" Lexington than hero on the Richmond breaks should read tho following notice seat out from Lexington to tho daily papers: movement "Tho collapse of the cut-oand the expectation that the resultswould be u slump in prices h;(s caused a rush of tolucco to this, mtirlcot wlncii ha-- , de luged the breaks. All of the wnro!iou.- - s are filled to their utmost capacity, wuile probably COO wagons, aro standiim intno streets or unuer adjacent sheds awaiting their turn to be' unloaded on as tho tobacco sold each day is moYod out. Steady streams of wagons loaded wiih tobacco from the surrounding "counties aro still coming in to block oven tho, thoroughfares in the tobacco wearhouse district. Such a quantity of tobacco ready to bo thrown on the market was never before seen- - in this city, and it is feared thai under the mendous pressure there will soon be a marked dcclino in prices. Yesterday and the first two days since tho cut-omovement broke down, showed no material change in prices, but it is feared "that the break e will under tho heavy load of ut to-dasoon-com- We want to putyoa mm. Dan at the big end of the born. Our ad. rites t your pane. Our publicity bring! the money to your door. I. R Pennington Dent st. i Ollico nexrdoor to.Goven.mniU bull Ky. ng Richmond. ' vv 140-14- Mlr 2 North 5econd 5treet Telephones 1 Conrrtcst.ix5.bT w J Dr. Sobt. C Bogg Dentis Oflii e in Oldhum t-- 6 and 223 The wise man carries both iifo and Dan II. Brock has fire ihauraiico. f he best police. Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords II. Bruck, life, firo and accident insurance,. ti R. Emmett Million Uuccesoro liursin Over State Bans & Trust Company Eggs For 5ale. have for salo Brown Leghorn and Barred Plymounth Rock eggs, hotting 15 eggs, Si. Also few pairs beautiful and popular African goeso, S10 per pair. I am also agont for tho celebrated Cyphers Incubators, broodors and Poultry appliances foods and supplies. Tel ephone 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. Clark Rico, It. D. No. 3, Richmond, Ivy I -- DENTIST TKLKPHOKE 296 & Denny . , Watch Repairing attention. No matter how much or how littlo tho watch is defective or damaged we tako particular pride in doing the work so tho timepiece will be as good as or better than it when new. We do jewelry repairing and remodeling in tho same way is a specialty to which we give special larryM Blanton, co n8na . o. DENTIST Pi.r h IBs olTerings. PATRICK R LDENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work It was stated by a prominent warehouseman that thero is more tobacco on tho market liore than can bo sold in three days, working the two sets of auctioneers and buyers to the limit. Tho market lis- - proved unexpectedly strong under tho heavy offerings, but it is generally believed that tho sag soon will begin, and it is this belief which has caused tho growers to so frantically rush their crop to the breaks." Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor ox- ercise, insufficient mastication of food constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, aro tho most common causes of stomach troubles. CorrccT" your habits and take Chamberlain, s Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will soon bo well again. For salo by Stockton & Son. Test us with some piece you cannot now use Cat " Dandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to This Treatment. Why experiment trying to drivolio dandruff srerm from underneath tho skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair- dressing when II. L. Perry Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid tho scalp of the germ life that causes tho trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo obtain ed in any cily or town in America and aro recognized tho best and most econ omical treatment for all effections of the skin and scalp whether on infant or grown persons. Ono shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO will and cleanse tho scalp of dranduff and scurf. We invito you to try ZE5IO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satisfied we will refund your money. stop-itching a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. MAIN STREET GREENLEAF & HERRiNGTON F. J. YEAGER RICHMOND. KLT- - :s Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' now Building on Second Street opp. Court House NEW ORLEANS MP. MOBILE MARDl GRA5 SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TicKets oa sals February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 , Goo'd Betarn&g OHtil March 11th, 1911, with Privilege of Extension STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS 'FOB FULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT. oa WRITE QUEEH A.TTOBSK YATLA H . .t ...... .no n t t rt .1 a . mI ns iui fliaue jour noiuc iis ui"uc" u t ah )um ft " ffif Farmer "place vour6alf in a position to get the latent market quotations, derce and telephone anv time. This can be accomplished by means of our compared service, wbc 6inall can git for a sum and your vu rweived. neiehb-i- addrets our nearest that isor write direct to with the ben headquarters office Call or fits Nashville rennessee. wr iniuriiiiin rcnmiug um eiicvmi can imrapdiate'v yinc rate If at present you are not enjSlates telephone service, we ot Kentuckv Tennessee. MiesiteipiP BterestvoH. Oar lines cover th eaisiana and the Southern portion oi Indiana and Illinois. r Rural Telephones TENNESSEE TELEPHONE PRETTY TEETH. KENTUCKY .tiSHMOND. riice over Mate Bank & Trust Co., op ositeConit House, on Mambtreet. FOR SHERIFF We nre nuthnrized to nnnounce ELNKR DKATHEKAGE a candidate for SherHT of j Madison county, subject to the action of Democratic party j We nre niithoiizcd to announce JOHN E. isALDWIX a candidate for Sheriff of Mad-Do- n county, (subject to- the action ofltlic 1 Democratic party. We nre authorized to announce M .D JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demoj cratic party. - SAST CO.. Incorporated 4 SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE I Wc are authorized to announce BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS, n candidate forSu. pcrintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo- cratic party. j "Good Things to Eat" That", ell we Cirry. TFhelher it's a like tugar. or a fancy table delicacy, like imported cheese, we have it, tad in a quality absolutely dependable. Krery product that enters this store I3st Mand rigid examination. Bach article is chosen from many brands offered, because it has pro red its superior merit. Each brand competes for preference, and nose gains a place on our shelves if it fails to measure up to our high standard of quality. One of the recent successful contestants for representation in our line is Gteptc. We nre authorized toannounceMORQAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailerot Mndlson county, subject to the action of the Demo- FOR JAILER J FOR ASSESSOR We arc authorized to announce vf. F. JAKMAX a candidate for Assessor of Ifnd-lso- n county, subject to the action ofitlic Democratic party j FOR COUNTY CLERK We are nuthoriwd to announce La Rile C. House a candidate for County Cleric of Madisoncnu nty. subject to the action of Democratic party 1 cratic party. ELECTA COFFEE a smooth and dainty blend tf selected, highland grown beans the choicest. .market's and The Electa process of dry curing preserves the genuine coffee flavor and improves it. In nslagElecta Coffee yooarewre of the finest quality a satisfaction that in itself would make Electa worth more than other coffees. Cam pare it wi:h any yen ever drank Tvfare. You'll like the routing Savor crd tfc rlorieus arena. g -- Pneumonia Follows a Cold Tate and S on Telephone 35 What About That Leaky Roof We have a big lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Yellow Pine But never follows the uso of Foley's Honey and Tar, which checks the cough and expels the cold. M. Stock-well- , Hannibal, Jlo., tays, "It beats all the remedies I ever used. I contracted a bad cold and cough and was threaten . Books on a Shelf. ed with pneumonia. One bottle of Books are frequently ruined through Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured carelessness. This is less in the han me." No opiates, just a reliable house dling often than upon the shelves. hoW remedy. For sale by Stockton & Books should not be packed tightly on a shelf. It ruins the back and Son. causes them to tear loose with the strain of getting in and out. Often it New Depot forces the leaves to sag to the shelf The Louisville & Nashville Railroad when pushed unduly. It is just as bad Co., is erecting a new dopot at Jiillers-bur- g for books to be too loose on a shelf, as to take tho place oftheono de- they warp, and the spreading leaves stroyed by fire last November. The encourage dust A bookcase with the pleao-- I new building will be one of the best contents at every angle is not a ing sight There are some housckeep-- I modern structures on this division. ers who think a yearly dusting of the You are probably aware that pneu- j books at housecleanlng time sufficient monia always results from a cold, but 'This' is bad enough when they are you never heard of a cold resulting in kept under glass; when on open means ruin to valuable pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough shelves it j books. It takes a little longer to dust Remedy was used. Why take the risk the backs and tops of books on each when this remedy may bo had for a shelf every day. Use a soft cheesetrifle? For salo by Stockton & Son. cloth or silk duster and shake it frequently. London Globe. j They Are All Her Very Own, and tho Dentist Has a Grievance. "Men In every other profession and business have the advantage of dentists in the matter of advertising," said a man with forceps in his hand. "They can persuade good looking young women to wear their .goods for photographic purposes; the dentist cannot The whitest, evenest set of false teeth ever made cannot tempt a woman to wear them and be photographed with her mouth wide open. "Manufacturers of cosmetics and artificial hair are besieged by women who are willing to daub their faces with paint and powder and build their heads out with puffs and braids Into any style of architecture desired for photographic advertisements. Neither do they balk at patent wearing apparel. The most absurd garment ever invented can find somebody to pose in it before the camera. But false teeth are universally blacklisted. "Every woman who gets photographed with her mouth spread into a smile wants people to think that the teeth she shows are her own, and the dentist who would dare to label the picture 'These teeth madej)y Dr. Blank' would lay grounds for a libel suit." New York Times. Union City. Mrs. Frank Shaw, nee Miss Verg'to McKinnoy, has returned to her home in Dr. C - . H. Mainhart 01 CHlcago. Qradunte ilcKMipp Veteilna. Ill l:ege & CRESCENT JE'JTE, Florida, after spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. A. D. McKinney. Mr. Turner Taylor, of LeUoy III., is spending the winter with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Owen Taylor. Rev Frank Harlow, of Lexington, preached a very able sermon g& the Christian Church Sunday, .Subject "Christian Love." Mr. Harber Sharp has taken a position, as postmaster, at Rock Hold, Whitley Couniy. Ho is one of our very best young men, and his leaving has caused much regret. Dr. Jones, who was so unfortunato as to get his foot shot off, somo timo ago is out on crutches, and looking well Miss Sallio May McKinnoy is visiting relatives hero. Cyrus Wells is ill with pneumonia. Veterinary Surgeon K. C KIN a, Passenger and Ticket Ajent. 101 E. Main Street. Lexington. Ky. W. A. CECKLER, Oeatral Pasienzcr Acent. IngaHi Bmldtng. Cac-";:-:. 0. Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro Office Phono 99 ) ccrjos. You will save 10 cents on every Res. Phono 532 f Richmond, Ky dollar. tf Order For Election. January Term Jun.-2nd- , H. DOTY, SURVEYOR Rabt. R. Burnam Robt. U I, Madison Cou'itv Court solicago of those its patron needing ser 1911 Burnam?s Court met & C. non. W. R. Shackelford Judge presiding John A. Metshon and 405 others On Petition vs order. vices of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. james & Hunley "Will buv or sellvour house farm town lots or anv tliim else m the Real Estate line Anv business intrusted to him will be promptly and caret" ullv attended to. See him if his s"erviees are need Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented It appearing to tho court that th written petilion filed herein was and is signed by a number of legal voters o tho city of Richmond, Ky. ,viz. 370 legal voters equal to and in excess of 2.j pe cent of the number of volos cast at th last election in said cily, as has been heretofore in this case ordered and ad judged, came the votors on this next regular term of Cour filing tho of their, pe tition on July County Court day for this county, and deposited with the Judgo of this court the sum of 3140. this being the amount fived by the said court as sufficient to pay for posting and printing advertisements as provided for in local option elections, for tho feos of the clerk of this court and for his sorvices herein, and for necessary expenses of special resristration and the holding of said election, which said sum of money the said County Judgo accepted and now accepts as full and complete compliance with the statute in such cases made and provided and it further appearing to the court that all legal stops necessary to have a voto in the city of Richmond, Ky., on tho proposition whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold bartered or loaned in said city, and it further appearing that tho petitioners and the defendant aro willing ami have agreed, subject to the approval of the court, that the election herein bo called for March the 3rd, 1911, it is now accordingly ordered and adjudged that the sheriff of Madison county Ky., open a poll at each and all voting places in said city on Friday, March tho 3rd, 1911, for tho purpose ot taking tho senso of tho legal voters of said city, who aro qualified to vote at olections for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spiritous. vinous or malt liquors or other Intoxicating liquors shall bo sold bartced or loaned in said city. It is furthor ordorod that a special registration in and for tho city of Rich mond, Ky., he hold on Friday, February tho 17th, 1911, for the purposo of and to enablo thoso persons entitled to voto in tho aforesaid election whoso names havo not been recorded, on ihe registration book at tho election last precceding the said March the 3rd, 1911 to register and to enablo thoso persons who havo ro moved from their precincts to another precinct in the city, to havo their registration cancel in their old and to register anew in their proper precincts and for all other purposes allowed by law. The Sheriff of Madison county will advertise this specjal registration and this elec:ion, as ho is by law required to advertiso it. and he will open the proper voting places in each of the said precincts of tho said city and cause the said registration and election to be held by duly appointed" and qualified elec lion officers in aid voting precincts At far as his duty gpes and in the mariner and form reuired'hy law. W. E. Slwckelford J. M. C. C. State of Kentucky ( County of MuCison i Set. I, R. B. Ternri.Cierk of lhQ jjfid!srm County Courjt do hereby certify that the foregoing is u true and completo cotiy of the order OBterod in order boo A 1st page C3I in the case of John A. Mershtm and 405 others on petition. Witness my hand this 3rd day of Jan uary 1911. .; R, B. Tjrrill Clork By X Tevis Huguoly D. 0 FIRE, TORNADO All Forms Office in Douglas & 5immons' Buildi.i ; Speedy Relief From Kidney Trouble disease with inflammation- of t!ie kidneys and bladder, and dizziness," says Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson, Mich." A bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy over come the attack, reduced the inflammation, took away the pain and made tno bladder action normal. I wish everyone could know ot this wonderrul remedy." For sale by Stockton & Son. - ed. "I had an acute attack of Bright's after this We represent iron bonnt member this. insurance companies re Give DAVE FREEMAN A 5econd Floor GAUL AND SEE THSM A rnojiixEXT Catholic from Ben Johnson's district, who wis in Richmond last week, declared that the Congressman's withdrawal curd was a shock to tho people of his district, especially tho members of tho church, and that ho has taken d big tumble in tho estima tion of his constituents on account of his flimsy oxcuse. Share of Your Fire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It For Sale. He represents the Best Fire Insuranco Companies in the business and guarantees satisfaction New Agent Shingles Yours for a 5quare Deal Willis Moorcs, of the Climax force is the new agent here for tho Louisvillo Times. On account of his hustling ability ho was selected from a long list of applicants by that paper to look after its interests here. Call him Mr. at G9. BlantonCongIeton it Near I Lumber Co. Successors to Ed. Blanton Sz iMordomted Co. of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the sido or chest give it a trial and you aro certain to be more than pleased, with tho prompt relief ivhicli it affords. Sold by Stockton and Son. Mm A piece L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Assignee's Sale Richmond Steam Laundry, Richmond Kentucky The undersiffned will offer will gladly lose sleep and stop eating in an effort to please my customers. Bring me your Hides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool I pay the highest prices Ring phone 363 at pub'.ic sale at 10 a. m, M. RICHMOND . WIDES March '6th, J9J1. on the premises, the Itieh- KENTUCKY mond Steam Laundry, con sisstin;; of boiler, engine anri Bargain Counter rt-due- e The New Economy Bi? values at little prics to help houM hold ex. 11 e.--. F r 6c 3Tou can bu, mam iten s that ordinarily sell for a dim. For 10c you pet values worth up to a quarur. various kin!s of launderim machinery and appurtenances M will first e offer d tnt-- n pa.-ately as a whol and sold to the highest bid ier. t the same time and place a on the bui!dinr -e- running u.til D 1911 will be offtiT d ct-mb- -r lae I have a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a depot wagon, carry four or Ave people. It has both sifmmcr and winter side doors, polo and shafts. I also have a set of hand made carriage harness and a large gentlo harness horso all of which I will Good Clothes and Good Morals. sell worth the money. It is doubtful whether any one to Dr. Clarenco H. Vaught. whom soap and water and more or less tidy clothes are a matter of course Gus Riclmrdson, tho "Red Fo.V'who can rightly estimate the extent to has sunk into political oblivion, says which this question of clothes and Ben Johnson was right in his card of cleanliness bears upon the criminality withdrawal setting forth his chief reaof youths. Dirty, ragged garments, greasy caps and neck scarfs worn day sons. Johnson had. too many followers after day without the possibility of a like Gus, who had very littlo weight change are, I believe, responsible for with tho voters of Kentucky. much. Certain it is that the lad who Lagrippe Coughs is content with but one set of raiment Strain and weaken tho system and if invariably belongs to a very low stratum of society, and the absence of a not checked may develop into pneudesire for a Sunday suit and the un- monia. No danger of this when Foloys abashed wearing of the weekday suit Aoney and Tar is taken promptly It is family on the Sunday is very frequently In- a reliablo colds, andmedicino for nil coughs and acts quickly and deed tho mark of one largely imper- effectively in cases of croup. Remem to outside influences. C. E. B. ber tho name Foley's Honey and Tar vious Russell In "Young Goal Birds." lor all coughs and colds, for croup. bronchitis, hoarseness and for racking lagrippe coushs. No opiates. Refuse It Is Just a Habit "I suppose, Eileen," she remarked to substitutes. For salo by Stockton & Son the new girl, with feigned indifference, In having a biz display ad in a local "that you overheard my husband and paper' at Frankfort "boosting" his re earnestly this vival meeting, .Rev. me conversing rather F W. Ebcrhardt, morning. I hope, however, that you pastor of the Frankfort Baptist church, did not think anything unusual was has forged a littlo ahead of his broth going on?" "Niver a bit, mum. OI wanst had a ron in tho causo Its an idea that will husband meself, an niver a day pass- como into general use soon. ed that th' neighbors didn't belavo one who controls tho police depart or th' other uv us would be kilt ment of Louisville? Tho Paul Daley Success Magazine. affair is proof enough that ho who of fends tho Heads in that cily will get it England. The Charm of It is not strange that Englishmen in the neck and it is handled in such a systematic way too. Poor Paul. Ihould be, as certainly they are, lovers of their country, for It seems like Auditor Jaujcs should their country is almost beyond parallel have enough money in the slate treasury TSyen peaceful, gentle and beautiful. In vast London, where pracUcal life to pay tho poor county teachers their asserts itself 'with such prodigious last check, from tho amount that his force, the stranger is impressed' in revenue agents have collected in Mad! every direcUon with a sentiment of son tho past month. repose and peace. William Winter. The Versailles people are hustling toward their $10,000 Y. M. C. A. build Not Going. Watch Cholly What's the time. Old chap? inj. Every town, except Richmond, in T.vo nn invitation to dinner at 7 and the Bluegrsss is progressing. A cvm my watch Isn't going, tiusslo Why. mercinl club or some organization of the wasn't your watch invited, too, deah citizenry. boy? Boston Transcript pas-liona- te Consign Your Live 5tock TO i FFE , BIG A - i.'. tut. tunc i in C. C. Seal & Co Union Stock Yards ( Cincinnati, 0.1 ruary 28. iA vti owut uit ttitiii Don't wait : .j 3 intuitu itu And receivo tho highest market price as wo aro tho largest order buyers on tho Cincinnati market. The Climax and Daily Cincinnati W. oct 3mo 5. NORRIS Post, one year l "7 Daily Louisville Herald, one year Breeders Gazette, one year Daily Courier Journal, 8 months Daily Lexington Herald, one year Daily Louisville Times, one year 2.51 5.51 4.51 If you have any other periodical in mind com vv FOR SALE BY in today. We will save you money. A. DOBROW5KY are prepared to take subscriptions for an . FIRST STREET paper, magazine or periodical published i L. & N. Time Table tnis country or m e a 4 4 t lit-rop- 3Lm, Backache, Rheumatism.SIeep- e for lessness Result from dis rdnrpd kidneys. Foley .Kidney Pills have o' ed others, theywlll help you Mrs. J. B. Miller, Syracuse, N. Y.. syi "For a lo- g time suffered with, k dnpy trouble and rheumatism. I had severe ba kaches and felt all played out. After taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills my backache is gone and whero I used to lie awake with rheumatic pains I now sleep in comfort.." Foley Kidney Pills a reliable remedy for backache rheumtin and urinary irregularities. Thy a r ioefc ia action, quick in re suits m& aifor4 a prompt reltef from al wtl by Stooktou kktaMf ditckrf. A Son., e Specialties in enameled ware, tinware, kitchen hardware, imported china, glassware, woodenware, brushes, ed in plain figures. If you buy your household goods here, you'll SAVE MONEY cutlery, etc and every price mark- t Terms announced at is reserved to r jet-- t anj' and ad bids. Previlege is reserved to sell the above "privately at any time prior to sale. J. H. DEAN, Assignee. salt-Righj3-5- s iviv- . t 239 W. Main Street McCann Building 5, 10 and 25c Store J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent OUhMa BotMing Rkhrnond, Ky Fr tats1, best salesman The undiiwigncd Sheriff of lladison worlc more than 12 hours a day. flfcunty will la. compliance with tho fojro J An advertisement ol going order ol tho Madison County court your goods in this paper open tho pollii at the various voting pri- worts while yoa sleep and cincts in Richmond, Ky., on the 3rd day wake 24 hours a day. of JIarch, I9tf, lor tho purpose stated in Q It works in many housesaid order in obedience to said prder. holds at the same tine. The undersigned will alsoopnn a special It talks better thanths registration on February "17th, 1911 for most fluent $ a week the purpose 3:00 d. m. of permitting all porsoris salesman. legally authorised to register as speci- - No. 4, Beattyville Junct. to Versailles. 9 No ors slams the door lied Arrives ai.sp. hi. Departs rtslSn in said order so that said election in its face. can be held agin said order clirb'ctcd. No'. 32. Jacksonville te Cincinnati. Ar RESULT: It sells goods. Given under rive and Departs 5:16 p. m. ia? hand as sheriff thw jl Far win '! ! U than th $ ... . . sjJtodW day of January, 1911, ana coes ion mot wmu D.XMeOORDr tosMrtfaM, lam, hr yr. jt. ri of Kadboa Oauo$-- . YOUK ... South Bound. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Doparts 12:05 . m. 51 No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Departs C:30 a. m. No. 1. Versailles to Beattyville Junct. Arrives 9:50 a. m. Departs 0:53 No. 87. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Arrives 11:02 a. m. Departs 11:34 a. m No. 3S. Cincinnati 'to Jacksonville. Arrives andDoparts 11:20 a! m. No 27." Richmond to Loulsvilla vin Rowland. D'eparts 1;05 p. m. No.-- 3. Versailles to Beattyvillo June Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m No. 0 Cincinnati & Maysyille to Stanford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 7:25 p. m. North Bound So. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrl and Departs 1:16 a. in. No. 10 Stanford, to Cincinnati and Jlaysville." Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. nu No. 2. Beattyville Junct. to Versailles. Arrives8:23 a. m. Departs S:20 No. 28. Louisvillo to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:20 n. m No. 33, Knoxvillo to Cincinnatu Ar rives 1:50 P. m. DenarLn2:0nTi No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives No. 31. a-- The Richmond Clima First Street My Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious people : is complete : : : : : W, L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Kit f LET THE CLIMAX.- DO YOUR Job Printing 6 II. j . I H H K iiiH iiHi 1 VsiifciJ?ft ft" VCt1 T,Th!3jD1 h 'i'V Jl wMzzfjy" I1" -- ilMjl 'ISHEk1 AjfrSlBHRiSl '' ,;zJ, a rayofOiatory. Ar-in the Interest or local option boglnlng th'S evcninS at tho East End Colored School building. The campaign will bo waged feverishly from now until March 3rd. The dates and speakers are: East End Colored School building, W, B. Smith. Prof. T. J. Coates. John Allman, J. C. Dean, colored. Thursday evening 7:30. p. m. at court house, Prof J y. Dinsmorc, Prof. E. C. McDougle. The. following speeches will bo mado Henington Richmond Ball Club Out "of The W ildemeSS." It was an enthusiastic meeting of the Is the "Moses" to Lead the LAST AND LOWEST CUT a A II 11 I I 1 ai this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. If Santa Clans Brings Furniture Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want quartet Friday evening 7:30 p. m. at 1st. Baptist church, colored, Prof. E. W. B. Curry, Urbana, Ohio. Saturday evening 7:30 p. m.. Colored M. E. Church, Prof. E. W. B. Curry. Sunday afternoon 3 p. m., Opera House for men only, white and colored. Prof. E. W. B. Curry, assisted by good Sunday evening 7:30 p. m., Opera House for everybody, white and colored, Prof. E. W. B. Curry and quartet. Entire Gallery reserved for colored people. for it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. "We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted Get Your Old Hat Made New a ENHE T T and s UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Chadcayne, tho only practical hat maker and renovator on the road now located one door east of postoflice where you can have your old Panama straw stiff or soft felt hat cleaned, dyed to look and wear tho same as when new. Call soon. It Parents to Meet Tho Parents and Teachers Association of tho Model School of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal will meet in room 20 of the Model building, on Friday, Cuban Star, 5c Feb. 24. 1011, from 3 to 4 p. m. A very Specialist interesting program has been arranged. lr Diseases of EYE, EAR, XOSE Found. Parents are urged to bo present. All and THROAT Pair gold spectacles court house others interested in the welfare of the Riobmond, Ky square. Call at this office. Bldg. children will bo cordially welcomed. Oin0Kei n-...- The clocks on tho court house and Everybody in town to know that they Ta;e & Son grocery. The Snider can have their old hats mado new. Federal building wore put odt of comall .ingCo., will shew their choice Chadeayxe, The Hatter. Kext door mission Sunday, presumably from the Many wore lato at sleety weather. Bo sure and call in east of postoflice. :'s church Sunday morning on account of It j.'C. the court house clock stopping at 9:30 Saturday You Need Us. 1 The, County Board of Education will A. M. Meals were also served lato and rs, accounts or claims of any ed-- :r meet in Superintendent John Noland's the general routine business of the city to now collected on percentage. office next Saturday for its regular was retarded. rate. Office monthly meeting. collect mhs on flat Come In 4 is & Simmeas Duiklteg. and enjoy a few minutes with us. Pub - II chmoiMl Mercantile Agency. To Asylum. of Sniders good things Mrs. Amanda Harrison, the Lincoln lic demonstration by Col. "Trap" Masonheimer Thursday county woman who acknowledged to tho Notice Friday next. Come in. and gjt a to waist. Fine all Fine stylish in desecration of the grave of Attorney and liberal sample of Sniders Salad Dressing, s ind my Silver Orek Red Boar George Saufley, forwool has been adjudged inoil to limit r- home on Big Hill avonue at sane and sent to tho Lexington asylum. Chili Sauce, Oyster Cocktail, Catsup and to prices lots Pork and Beans. Everybody invited. Money due when service is rcn- for for for Sewell & McKinney, I have for sale some nice shoats Somerset Won for "Leading grocers. jgli for sorviee. The Somerset High School basket ball " quality first class, for from W. B. Turley Attention, Elks. team easily defeated the team of tho Big nill Ave. weight-bu- t Xormnl College last Friday evening here full There will be a very important meetAn expert demonstrator will be in and a large crowd witnessed the contest. ing of Richmond Lodge No. 5S1 B. P. O. For Sale to 7 charge at Sewell & McKinnoy's storo sold. Former prices 12.50 to For Men and J3oys. All the newest styles. The.Somerot team is one of fastest in E. next Friday evening. One. candidate j cmder, 4 psow?or Automs- Thursday and Friday to show tho excellittle 1 Worth tho state and has lost but ono game this is to receive the initiatory degreo and a now for $250 for $150; $ 150 tor $ I ; 3 1 for - f .ass naming order, good roa- lent qualities of Sniders specialties. vote will be taken on tho new musical to for 1 75c; 50c for 39c This mHabine has only season. lucky if instrument. There aro ono or two other Attention. 2j00 miles. O&H a er adress, White Teachers. important business matters that need Ike Glasser, , Subscriptions for the Louisvillo Times Next Friday and Saturday at the the attention of the Y dgo. Mill or Bros. Co. are duo next week. Bo ready when the Caldwell school building there will be Broadway & Main, collector comes around. Tho excellent Coming In. an examination for tho position of grade Lexington, Ky. you to Eggs aro cheap, the local produce peo- service of late should stimulate teachers at the C. Id well school. This ple have been paying as low as 12 cents pay promptly. is under the supervision of the Board of Funds Needed. sell Willis Moores, Agent. per dozen tho past week and the retailers re quire several hHHdred dollars Education for city schools. A certificate out at 15 cents and then The Saloonatic.and the Bible. expenses of the is good as long as the bolder desires to can dish them ie lecitimat mako a little profit. Gotl Bros, shipped :n campaign. This will have taach. So desperate and depraved have the 1 by volyntary subscription. three car loads of eggs to eastern mar- friends of tho saloon becomo that they a - , named below have boon ap-Close Call. kets last week, purchased at tho above are attempting to prove that the saloon rpecial coBiBBittee to raise the bids fair to be a nvone wisliiitp to donate even Supt. Patos, of the L. & A, is hobbling price and tho market ought to exist by an appeal" to Scrip little on tho boom if the fino weather tures. Yellow fever appealing to health crr ount is iavited to eall on about on one limb and he is lucky to be J lm C. ChetiauU, office in The hens of Malison for support; monstrosity to beauty; and able to do this. At Valley View last will hold out. .V Simmons Buiklin?. county are beginning to get busy with vileness to purity, But a drowning man W Ham Hon. A. U. & Ls. Friday he was engaged in superintendMen's Badly and tho rich easterner :. Grocery. ing tho work of retracking some cars, their spring laying will catch at a straw. Nothing but the Ihzcins, Bennett & Higgins when a piece of flying timber struck him will get many a choice egg this spring extreme modesty of tho baloon crowd prices Boys' Footwear, tp Si ore. a terrific blow just above the knee on from tho Madison county fowls. nrovents them from claiming that their 2 White. Climax O(8oe. the left limb and another pieco barely business is a guarantee of temperance all limits New Engine. below :s A. Shekofl, agent for Hurst missed his bead. It was a close call sobriety. Tho appeal to Scriptures On account of tho increase in business and - Insurance Co. Write me or phone sure. in defenso o f tho worst buisness o n in during the past few months, tho 151 ring S. Union City. Ivy! r is in keeping Lumber Co., was com- - which the sun ever shone, sell L & N Changes colossal arrogance of the trade, Startling. ncllcd to install a new encine in their with the Mr W. L. Kellar, who lias been bill that Sunday schools and -- Tr:ner you can sseure the Breod- at tho L. & A. depot. It is a fifty it is wonderful clerk at the L. & X. freight depot for mill power and is capable of doubling theological seminaries do not run a sa horse : ij. z: c and the leading paper of : All sometime under agent Rucker, has been loon in connection to illustrate the ben I. The Climax, for the ridicu promott'd to tho position of night ticket the capacity of the plant- The con- evolent influences of tho saloon which : : : -. nee of S1.95. Can you beat agent at Paris and Mr M. Y. Witt, who tract by this company to furnish bogScriptures! tpbacco warehouses has claims tho support by : heads to the ..s this offer is limited 0 are circulating a has been in the dispatchers office at the Tho "rummies" kept it on the hustle and tho increased ..f both papers. . L. & A. depot has succeeded Mr Kellar. this community written to pamphlet in force of men have been working over : : for These changes went into effect on the time to keep up with the demand. This nrovo that tho Bible is on tho side of fletcher Hurt. drinking. In any man can 15th. drink and : for : :: r Vi est, the auto doctor, placed firm has mado hundreds of hogsheads to ' to tho side of tho saloon by ship out tho tobacco sold on the local bo won over : : j between the top of a jack and for Meeting. : Big such arguments as are there advanced, - ; axle of an fiuto lost Wed- - j Master II. R. Burnam, of the breakes. : Grand for : for it would be because ho has just enough arainst hk wishes, and the end Kentucky Masons and R. C. Stockton intelligence to lit him for a successful Don't Miss It ofT, which is usually r.;s pinched Grand Treasurer of tho Grand Com- The Declamatory contest at Caldwell bootlegger. c . j.t m most cases of like character, mandcry of the State. K. T.. left Sun Now wo are ready to admit that the -the wounded day for Alexandria, A a., where they High School this evening will bo wit "ysician dressed This is the Rihlfi has komethinsr to say about the :r and he is now receiving the will attend a meeting of all tho Grand nessed by capacity house. re many first time the now auditorium has been use of strong drink. There a z''iics of his friends. Masters of the United States to perfect public and tho decor mfprnnces to drinkiuir customs in the thrown open to the an organization for the erection of a for tho occasion boing elaborate, Bible. But to find a parallel between Improvements. George Washington, the ations memorial to will present a most magni irinkin? customs of tho Orient and the T .3 l.g boiler atZaring Flouring Mill first Master and organizer of the Alex- tho new hall is to mis ficent scene. The contestants are hope- legalized saloon of America, is Veen overhauled and the building andria lodge. to be represented take a horso chestnut for a chestnut ful and four classes . rewired for electric lights in 3 find a parallel will certainly give their representative horse. The man who could Real Estate. DEATHS, ' 2 tr.ost up to date mannor, which is off, Everybody in tho city would hardly know tho difference be - c ' y the Insurance Conpanies. This Ml persons desiring either to sell or a royal send automobile and a wheel-barroadmission has tween an John W. Moores county surveyor of Moonshiners 1 .s now probably the most modern purchase land or other property or to should be present. Tho for all school had a n If this nation is rising in wrath against 10 cents Richmond jiauison unu a cuizuu ui wiu mguusi enjoys a trade that is make rentals of same will find it to their been placed at Signed in . :'.:s Eection and saloon business it Is not because It is Was Doors the 15 cents for adults. standing in the community where he re- shrewd plot to deceive revrg in at present a wonderfully large interest to place tho same with me as I children and Thirty-fou- r Years Ago open at 7 and the exercises will begin at a successful industry, or because tho sided, died at the Good Samaritan hosmomtcr of the National am a enue officers. and tho vocal ponscionco of men is sensitive over pital, in Lexington, last Tuesday after And He Has Kept It ting Society, of Washington, D. C, with 7:30. Tho orchrestra music Deputy Billy Mays, of Uncle Sams an occasional drink, or because thoy promise to be high class. a few days illness of pneumonia. His force, of Unitod States marshals brought A Winner agents throughout the Unitea states, numbers havo any grouch against tho men cngag' Senator George T. Farris, of death came as a great shock to a large in threo moonshiners last Friday mornWon Pony Cart. winner Mcxicojand Cuba. Also my services as Mr Dan Breckis not only the ed tho traffic. But tho nation is rising one of the number of friends and relatives. Mr. calling on may be was and they were arAll Much d a handsome clock for writing tho- auctioneer residence,secured byThird St., Mr. Mitchel Barnes can the successful becauso the saloon makes criminals an-- Lancaster, who represents concerns in SJoores resided on the Tatcs Creek pike, ing from Estill county S. Commissioner No. 200 larfTnst. wholesale furniture me at my raigned before U. Massachu--contest meu paupers, becauso it wrecks homes and guesser in ineiony rral.fe insurance for the to You last Fri- near Valley View and for many years Warfleld Bennett. Thoy wero held to S, E, Scott. Richmond, Ky. by tho popular firm of fatapp as V lnes. digs craves, and becauso it has corrupt the country, was in Richmond 5 Mutual, but he was notified last Whit f22-t- f grand It was a trade ed politics'wherover it has had an oppor day on his regular trip and spent some conducted a successful store aatposition tho Federal court in the sum of $250 the vehicle dealers. t'.iat he bad won the second hands with old lock. Last fall ho accepted oach and In default of this amount they booster and thousands guessed at tho tunity. The saloon has been on trla( of tho timo shaking in tho amount of business Promising. the Shelburne tobacco warehouse, were sent to board, until the April term Bonding &urc-grains of com contained in for several generations, and tho people friends. Ho is interested in the local with wr ra for tho Bankers number of Whitlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. if necessary would in Lexington, and was with this firm at of tho court, with jailer Nath Jones. the glass jar. Tho contest closed last have deciared that it has a monumcnta option fight here and t j , of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr urecK Newton ot his death. lie was a native They aro Joseph Blovins and his two " not J. B. Whitlock. of Baldwin, this county Saturday aftornoon and tho committee success in cverthing that threatens the return at a moments nqtce and speak in the time a t!;at insurance men are born Pulaski, but had been residing ia Mad- sons, John and Joe. Tho officer had who is ;x senior in tho Harvard law composed of Martin Gentry, Dave Powcause for local option, boing of tho nation, and a monu the school, has been offered a salary of $2,500 ers and Dr, Sandlin counted the grains. well He is the "Father" of tho first real lo- ison county for the last twenty years. Icarncdjiometime ago that tho Blevins mental failure In everythingcontributary legislation ever passed hy tho Uesides his wife, who was Mis Elsio were "in the business", but a thorough as Dean in a law school in Montana. In There were 4,070 and Mr. Barnes guess Likes It Us irood. It has been a patron and cal option Kentucky General Assembly and has Lee, of Garrard he is survived by six search ot the surrounding country fail iPttr to his narents ho says ho is un was 4.100. Thomas Carnes, Gibson tn promoter of dives, of gambling, lewdMz-erSt- om R. WT. Colyor, who Is decided as to what he will do about it children, Farris Moores of Baltimore; ed to locate their still. A few days ago B. Knatzer were close nc of ilebaucherv in many forms, it dono more, perhaps, than any other man mur.v Madison county men Young Whitlookisbut twenty-fou- r years Knatzcr and J. Mrs. Mattie Whitaker, of Valley View, Deputy Marshal Mays', disguised as a Knatzer's guess was 4,100. has allied itself with every evil thing. in the state for the County Unit idea. the far west, was re--r of ago and will be graduated in June. up. Mr J.B. Farris was born In Madison John Moores, of Newby and Mrs. Hallie cattle trader wont to tho home of Blevins Joe Galey 12 1-- 2, 17, 16 3-20. This crop averaged S15.S2: proved a good trade puller for tho It has consecrated itself to the destrue Senator .vcd hero yesterday by the Climax This is ail unusual offer for a Jaw stu- It county and lived for many years at Sil- - Jones. Virgio and Ella Moores, of Mad moonshine still firm. tion of manhood, womanhood and child vnr Creek. When a young man ho ison. Tho remains were brought to and found an c mnnir friends will bo Clad to 14 3-8, 7 1-- 4 dent just out of college, but shows that being operated in tho house. He return- Mart Bofrie 11 1-- 4, 13 1-- 2, 15 4, 7 1-hood. Good Bye Burley. 'ov he is prospering in his adopted his instructors are high in their, recom learned to like tho "juice of the corn Richmond Wednesday morning and in ed and securing warrants went back Now If any man wants to believe that Mr. Colver is near Torrington, mendation of him. potne tp Richmond and terred in tho cemetory hero. Mr. Moores and arrested the threo after destroying In an opinion handed down by Judge of tnaf and would often of the new cities of tho wi;h several was u prominent Mason, and at tho the still and pouring out a large quanity United States Court the Biblo favors an institution to do so. tftt'on . hilarious 'j r Hollister, of tho " it is his privilego Look at This time of his death he was Master of tho of the real stuff. The Blevins homo is uie part of that state. Ho is a broth comrades. at Cincinnati last Saturday, the Burley character bellovo that the Bible Hugh Colyor and Mrs. aex-sUeriff In 1877, he Valley View Masonic Lodge. He was on Station Camp Creek, about five miles At Lexiniton last week tho average Tobacco Society, with headquarters in But wo prefer to court day . lithe Bible were on tnai On December and at the court house also a Odd Fallow and stood hlsh in Cz vcr is a siser to Charles Uougias, nif. fnr lnhnceo on the brakes was S7. Lexington, was declared to bo a trust is against-itfrom Irvine. question it could not live a was in Richmond of sales operating in violation of the Sherman side of tho merchant. 'GO according to the supervisor a temperance lecturer, sent out by the this order. The L6dgat Valley View Incorporated day, and ought not to live. It is on the organization which was known at tnat had charge of tho fnnoral sorvlces. in anti-truRousing. report. At the Madison warehouse laws. The decision came as. kindness, tho love ot home Advertised Letters, A. Richmond, Ky. Richmond 421,735 lbs ero sold bring a bomshell to tho Burley Society people side of justice, as the Francis Murphy movement, At the court house last Tuesday the L. Tl& death of Ollie McWilliams, one ol the care of the widow and time Krs Sam Aloxander,- - Mrs. W. H, Ing thp sum of 530,033.09 an average of who havo denounced trusts, especially and children, was winning hundreds lotho cause. The gun of the local option cambig p P Caldwell. Mrs. tuctiei H4S. What do you think of this! Sell tho tobacco trusts in most bitter lang orphan, the Hdolity of wives and hus Senator said he had a bottle in every the pioneers of the White Station sec first was fired ajid it opened up with a paign ro, market uaee. The matter will be taken to trial bandsthe saloon" is on ttie otner siue. nocket and a six shooter on each hip tion of Madison county, removes from is More Mess. tX V UlarK & your crop at Richmond. The grand charge. AH prominent citizens out "its ffnished known a. u th best bv tost. Both houses -- mi tim Rurlev Society will be dis When tho saloon turnstdgathor that poor when he arrived in town that day, and this section ono ot Its bestHe was Inand spoko and many made speeches that i.rire Ed. Darnaby. yougiassFar-Ii- -t than the color. Whsa you paint don't his Biblofias respectod cltlzons. Miss Lisic Dule, Miss Janio report excellent sales the past weok.Cgl. solved unless it can b) shown that it is product the dropped into tho court house to hear highly on the just (.elect tho shade and let it go at karri within its influence, and to he had always been a were never known to appear seemed as public platform before. Narvesta Francis. Mr. John 4t B. Million of the Richmond House a legal organization. temperance lecturer, wiiose seventy first year and M.s on this ureal that. Make suro also that yon are resident ot Madison. For several weeks though they were entering upon a great make him oVer. If tho Bible were -. IdaHiseJ, ttays the prices and grades are above his j Mr Kio nill. Mrs. was Winzoll. After the lecture he usin$- paint that will wear, continue to Board Meets. saloon gang, there would name a suffer from an incurable fight tho victory oi wnicn went more I the side of the to his side and he had been Mrs I) Uojrans, Mr. J. W. Hugh. Miss Immt s.insiuino expectations. look well, hold its color long, stay on than could be told in the words used. men gathered several friends X. ai- The Board of Education met In tho be no need for it tcreconstruct the Bible said, "boys, the drinks are on me, come disease, but he bore his affliction with The colored population was well repre .is King. Miss Vina Lawson. Mr. wrecked. The the job and give good honest service It pourage which oharaotenzed his sented and a red hot negro speaker, J Excellent office of Z, T. Rice last "Monday mornbmitu, ua""""-1- ' Powell, Joseph takes paint like the brands we sell; to oti hn saloon loiticAllv. if the view of ou." and he went to a iicarby saloon, that Eirr of ins. It being a continued meeting per- - tho saloonatio be correct, woum comoino where all drank a "round. Alter mey life. During the war he served under O. Dean, of Louisville, delivered & tell- Bradly Pen- There has been many expressions i, Luther Taylor. Mr. give (icrvice like this. ago Caeiiault with Morgan's Men and no ,lng speech against the horrors of liquor race. FortunaId - oa. Miss Annie Todd, airs. a. u. ;(avor by ibe citizens of Richmond cou- - suant to adjournment sometime was for the downfall of the of mankind has had partaken, ho turned Johis comrades Col ai iub fought for the Lost and l n e open before tho Board tely, the common sense EWnj-jnever again should braver soldier ever Mr. John T. Williams, Air. pera house last Sunday ovening it was jrorning the financial statement oi mo The chief matter and declared-thae, Besides hie wife, three children crowdea to nearjuuge u near, oi uie succeed Mr. C. A. found out that the. Biblo is against the H W uaams. C. C. Wallace P. M ,Mty at the close of the year 1910. May- - to elect a member to Is against strons drink pass his lips, In any form Cause. saloon .. ) ago. Mr. saloon, and that the for tho ruin of the i survive, Mrs Jesse Maupln, Mrs John Cnurt of Appeals, argue the local n One is set signed the pledge at tho courthouse City uieric f ans woriveu Tavlor. who resigned sometime TU delinquent tax list, a. published JjrRice and plain" statement whereby A Miller D vidson was unanimously the Bible. the other for its redemption. lie Twteir. and Mies Lucy AteWilliams, all obtion Question from a business- sUnd race, and a few minutes afterwards! and to this saoweu iiiMarai jtt up into a point, tie to The Climax of last wct-h-, a Kiiiirf that those things are dav he has keptit iavioWU, and at the of Whites Station. One brother, Jen, commercial piamiyand wm of no good in to the place, which will be good devil ml women and child in the city chosen rawest ever in the history of county, jjv.ery si Lathrop, Mo., also survives. Th bu ikir form of business to a community Is a citizen of the true. Every drinking man knows that iicabMt the evil of ot what has been done with news to all. a he lan tell they are true. Every man who appeals uMiima fifhtlnr at least within the memory of the oldest rial WM last Saturday In Richmond It is said he won over to the dry aide i, ' manar. It U one of the bet Miiot I order. The teachers In the to his own intellhrenee knows they are stwi drink. .v.. ' swand wet vote thai were in tae aa- i. tl.!Mt&Altn0 linhatntants. MnteWy. An examination of uie We are only mislead when the frieadc heie he exhibited by a KeoUcky town High sctiooi wer c.wm shown true. He was Introduce by He. W Jo a several ittMW saloon re r . , . records show that under "no . war im afaaaffec from the appeal is made to a deprared appetite. Uie'flledxe but Friday Befit fii to visit the store el Sewell J BiSoiMIl, ta a neai ttttte sfeeon he has jgrowa gime the delinquent ui-li-l . Miller T&U 1 a oootest between brain and S et.oMn vords Mr. Katn Deaiherace mrifed it in M bsido pript noe the MelOpMy Xbandar 'mioL! citiKNK. If you fail- - present faculty. Chairman A. bellfet. Ob whkb jade we you! smaller each yw, Tbf w a nmom. uu awing -acted as chairman tuMa of SaMers good thing. i deyitae U La read H in )Mt week' feme of Um ptmatm over E. 8. Barnes wtyMittig 'an it be that "ie sJea', preaent. ihwivere ) do 4aKSetoM. with It? Demonstration Wanted. Clocks Out to-da- directors of tho Richmond Base Ball Club la't Saturday eveni ig at the Elks club and as the night went on the enthusiasm strengthened. The meeting was called by Greenleaf for an understanding as to just what was going to be dono this season and to appoint a successor to himself an manager. Judgo Greenleaf, M.' C. Kellogg and T. J. Smith, threo of the most loyal 'fans" who havo labored untiringly for the success of tho team for the past two years, declared that they could not give their timo and attention this season, under any consideration and it was up to the directorate at this meeting to choose a leader or quit. Many enthusiastic supporters of base ball were present, including Col. "Bill" Grider, who declared there must be a team to represent Richmond in tho Bluegrass league and he was willing to do anything to promoto the causo. Others not members of tho directorate also spoke and pledged their support. Several committees wore appointed.to retire and select a man to take the lead, but all thoso selected refused to act in that capacity. It was growing late and Judgo Greenleaf declared that something had to bo done or clso a sheriff's sale would take place within a few days and this would positively bo tho last meeting. Mr Herrington was suggested. A committee waited on him, but he refused, saying that business matters over whicli he had no control would not permit of him accepting tho honor. Everyone present secmod to realizo that the "Moses" had bein discovered and strong influence was brought to bear on him to take tho place. It was plain he was the only man and the situation was growing desperate. It was either do something then and there or, no baso ball for Richmond in 1011. Mr Herrington re alized tho situation and addressing those present, decared if it was a case of patriotism, ho could not shrink and if they wonld stand by him during tho season ho would give his best cfiorts. There was loud cheering" and tho meet ing adjourned after a few business matters wero arranged. Richmond has tho brightest outlook of any team in the league, for the reason that she has not sold all her good players as the others. Everything will bo arranged for early training. If j ou are a true fan, mako a donation to tho club and show that Rich mond is willing to support a team that will bo a winner. Mr Herrington being a law partner of Judge Greenleaf, gives him an excellent opportunity for an of ideas, ai the Judge is well up on "inside" baso ball and the best moves. er II I H fl fl M I F I jfl i I I J k 1 J l Ll i h rib J l fill 111 II M M I H Hw Hi gPl Hi I f 1 1 1 I I 114 1 Jl d baal Lksd &tt 1 II I Tt Jill 1 fl" I 1 1 1 9 I I I 4 LI sWott J I I I 1 FS I -- 'L. H II I 1 I lib 1 I ff .A I j I II If Kl All profits have been wiped out, and in many cases first cost has been entirely disregarded in cur 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 i V it 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 3 i 4 i Choice of that sold for 15.00, Astonishing values in good 5uits and Overcoats. As honest inside as out, they wear and satisfy. Former price 12.50, now 58.50 Many of them 16.50 and 17.00. Kentons nothing like them ever sold before for $10.50 These were strong values at cut $7.50 0.00, Good Overcoats at $5.00 Pants at $1.00 $ LOO 5mall assortment of Overcoats last season, they must length and be $5. You're 8.00 choice get one you Sizes 30 34 Cassimers and Worsteds, 5.00, broken 2.50 mer that must be closed out. Choice sizes, cut 5.50; 6.00 $8 3.75; 4.00 knee pants Suits the 4.50; 5.00 $2.75 Sweater Coats Boys' Suits at SI. 50 years, good quality Sizes 4 out of style. but a 4.00 5.00, choice .50 Lowes Prices Ever M ade on ho overstocked on and reasonable winter weights -- ats Bound to prices. hence these greatly Stetsons 10 per cent. off. All others Hats $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 . and are cut on styles oys' ho es 1 -- -- of-H- oly r $3.35 $4.50 grades double soles 3.85 $3.15 5.00 grades $4.00 grade 2.75 3.50 grades Lace Boots $4.50 $6,00 Beacon Shoes 3.85 $2.75 5.00 $3.50 grades 3.10 2.35 4.00 3.00 grades 2.85 2.05 3.50 2.50 shoes Good Walk Over Shoes Bootees We Boys' Shoes at very small profits, and 1.55; 1.50 for $1.20 at these reduced prices they are great bargains $2.50 for' 1.85; 2.25 for 1.75; 2.00 for Terms Cash to One and All Covin oton Banks Have You Sold Here are some of our recent sales: 4, 1-2, 4, 3 .1 His Pledge Wide Open ra YOUR TOBACCO? Stronger Grades Prices on We are Ready 5erve Ex-Sta- J e Open Day eind Night BEST EIGHT BEST SERVICE r."...-ggood- in 1 -'- Madison & obacco Warehouse Co Depot -. !3 .S, 11-- There to Paint J ,r. Jt t iiioiid. Jt lxwtB lL ..!. j iwi aiisid td m -' -- t u W r i Sheriff's Sale 'For Taxes 1 T 1 lana anat T OWn 1910 of WyolFa'nnle S acres land Woodall Harry &, 1 town lpt KIRKS VILLE No 7. Bogie Julius 1 acre land Fish Wm. S. 1 town lot I notions' Heirs 30 acrestiand 3.50 Peyton, Frank 7.05 Riccv Ben ScoU, Joo 1 1 acjaTar aT a aaxaras Hr ar I f 5f unsMrs.Clyde2ySly ;20lStier, Beard 1 iijiiioausuoun i to. Trilble. Troy r 11.40 Vadghn, Allen Ross Alex 30 Rhodus Catherine 1 Walker, Darcus 1 1 KTurnerChas. S. 22C I Walker, Peter D. A. MoCord, sheriff of Madison county. Kv.. will offer at nublic sale in KTaylorR. S. 20 9 5 Whlte, Petef r s. White, Semirastd front of the oeurt house door in Rich iu Burtons' Woodson Heirs 20 acres 3.55 wnuc, ltoDort mood en 25 " 5.C:. White, Rhoda Burton Wiley 15 acres land 1911 Bolscr Jacob (nr) 1 town lot Monday, March KIKKSVILLE No 7. 2 30 2.40 3.55 Best Eliza 5 acres land lomrt day) botweoa the hours of 10 Burgess Sam 1 town lot '" 2.30 3.00 Baxter Edna 1 G p. m , the following properFoster Robert 1 acres land a. 84 '' 10.10 Ed 30 2.30 Baxter ty to pay the taxes assessed against Floyd Mrs. Dora 15 acres land 3.30 Ballew Frank 7 " " 2.30 Fain's Mrs. Sallie Hrs 15 acres land 4.10 Brooks Kittie 1 " " same for year IBM: 3.90 4.C5 Denny Rodcs 1 town lot Hcndrcn Joe 2 acres land 17.15 White List 4.C5 HaTies Caroline 75 acres land Howard John J. 1 town lot " 2.00 Miller Lucinda 4 5.C5 $ 3.00 Howard Rubin 1 acre land ' Baker J W (r) UweVt " 2.30 Miller Mattio 1 2.30 Peyton Ben 17.70 Hill Mrs. Elizabeth 5 acres land 5.15 4 HtMkJee 2 town lets 7.C5 "" C.05 PrewittJohn 21 "" 5.C0 Hughes Daniel 8 Myers Robert II. 1 town let ' " 3.90 " 2.15 Parkes James 2 12.30 Hughes Alonzo's Hrs. 9 " Nelse Ed T 40 acres hi ltd " " 5.15 8 3.00 Turner Tom "' 1 Rice Mrs. Lottie & Co. 1 town lot 2.70 Uendren Squire MILLION Xo 8. 155.10 Stentter Mrs. FlereBcc 1 town lot 10.40 Ky. River Poplar Co. 5 " 3.90 "" 5.15 Finn Green 1 town 3.55 King Wesley 10 Taylor Peedloton 27 acres land 7.05 4.05 Fife Charlie 23 acres land 18.40 Ledford J. B. 1 town lot Terrftt Robert X. 1 town let 3.00 Newby Bud 1 town lot COO Land Sallie 17acres land 17.25 RICHMOND, NO 2 Smith John 8 acres land 3.25 Williams James 8 acres land 3.90 Lowcry Wm. Jr. 1 " " 7.35 Lowrcy Bf bee Albert 1 town lot 3.25 Wm. Sr. " " 21.80 M. Dhm David 2 town lets 2.00 D. A. McCord, Parrish Frank 1 " " 2.95 Jobos Miss Elisabeth 1 town let 2.90 1 town lot Quisenberry John 0.90 MeKeMM Mrs. Kate 1 town let 3.5T Quaint Wm. (nr) " " OUTWITTED THE ORIENTALS. 5 00 RoImmI S. 1 town let Meere Renfro Mrs. Sallio's Hrs. 104 acres 13.45 Qafeern Mrs. Tonraie ISC acres land 1 G.90 An Expricnce Taylor James 1 town lot Wiih tha Custom 174.05 town lot 0.00 Whilaker Alva 2 acres land Oiflctals at Kcrnianjiibh. 4.05 Powell Tye 2 town lets Iu eastern lands the collecting c( Richmond No 1. Colored. 13.20 Ittee W'm. 1 tews let $ 2.25 customs dues Is attended with perBenton Emma (nr) 1 town lot 2.25 Reef re & Cor (iw) 1 town let hans more tlian ordinary fraud. In I" - C.20 Breck Belle Thomas Lrtfcer 1 tews let his book, "From Batum to Baghdad." " 4.00 5.00 Burnam John 0. (nr) 1 ' 1 rewer Tfees. B 1 tows let Mr. W. B. Harris has told his experl 4.9i ence with the customs otlirers of Ker 7.25 Ballard Sq. Hrs. AViieex David S. 1 tews let 2.75 mansbah. The Incident had its com' 1" Crutchor Lizzie FOXTOWN NO 3. ". 3.35 leal feature as well as its serious le3 Covington Sara Hrs 1 " 9.15 Bwrmaw JoMk 16 acres land IS 55 son: 1" Clay Lizzie 4.75 BeHa James 4 aeres laed Two hours later than I bad Intended 3.4C 1 acre land Chambers Geo. ObttfeU Henry (ar) 42 aores tewl 13.05 Fife Mary E 1 t-- wn lot 4.C0 we made n start and, proceeding through 14.75 Fox Mark 4 acres land Forbes Hewv 16 aeres lead bazaars, emerged 4.E0 the long tunnel-likQrufebs Mariah 25 aeres led 9.75 Hogan James (nr) 1 town lot 5.10 from the town. Here fate had annoy " 1 3.40 ance In store for me. At the local cus Hill Wyatt UNION NO 4 C.20 tom house the guards wanted to search 1" 2.80 Irvine Joe Sr. A4aas J. W. 1 acre land us and make us pay duty on, our scanty " 5.70 Maxberry Cassio (nr)l " 28.25 Dety Rafeert Sr. 25 aores lead baggage. 1 " 5.35 KMm 10.10 Munday Wm. . I had hired a mule to carry our sad Aaw Sr. 29 aeres lad ' " 1 2.45 dlebags ns far as Baghdad, using the 3.00 Munday Ann PieWer Robert 6 aeres lead " 3.35 owner of the mule, a wily old Arab Martin John (nr) 1 " ELLISTON NO 5 " 1 2.15 who accompanied us, as a guide. These Mason Miliie 4.25 Muncy AbHer J. Tevfes 2 aeres lead " 1 2.15 two, mule and man, the guards absoSallie 4.95 Alex4er Irvine SO aeres land 8.10 lutely refused to let pass without my 1" Phelps Jennie 4.00 Barrett S4eve Sr., 59 aeres land 5.10 bestowing a perfectly illegal and IllogPalmer James Sr. 1 " 4.80 Bams, Henry SO aeres land 4.45 ical baksheesh. This I stoutly refused Rodes David & children 1 " to do. and, knowing that In the east a 8.75 OerneUMn J. Reed 49 aeres fend " 3.45 Steno Minerva Urs. 1 " show of temper Is of no avail. I swal Ontahor David W. SO aeres land 3.90 Smith Cassie 4.45 I" lowed my wrath and argued coolly and 3.75 Oarpenter A & M. 59 aeres land ' 1" 4.95 collectedly with the soldiers. Smith Scott 8.50 Orawferd A. J. (nr) 1 town let 5.C0 1" Todd James C. Soon they confessed that they had Refer Mrs. Bonnie (nr) 76 aeres land S.50 Turner Mattie (nr) 1 ' " 2.25 no right to touch either me or any ' Gentry Jhn 99 aeres land 4.95 ' " 1 3.75 animal of mine, but they maintained White Rollie Gentry David acres land 4.95 Walker Thos. Hrs. 1 " 3.40 that the mule and the rider were both 4.50 Hmter Wilgtts 24 aeres lent 2.25 Arabs and that therefore I could not White Robt. (nr) 1 4.95 Wells Ellen Utinter Gtllis 49 acres lmmi 3.40 Interfere. 1" This was Just what I wanted, and 5.15 Hall Jetw W. 99 acres hmd FOXTOWN No 3. Colored solved the matter in a minute. I put 3.S5 King J. W. 4 aeres tend 5.15 the Arab on my horse and I rode his Chonault Charlie 7 acres land 2.90 Lotos Mrs. Ida 9 aeras knd C.95 mule. There was no question about it Ctienault Wyatt 11 acres land Lnl.es Dan (nr) 28 aeres 2.50 5.15 then., The guards on their own con Ciienault Letcher G acres land C.40 Lakes Sanford 90 aeres hutd Hopewell Lodge No 8. 1 town lot 2.30 fession could stop neither me nor my 8.90 Lakes Curtis 35 aeres land Langford Oreen Hrs. 40 acres land C.C0 horse, and we rode quietly on smid 8.90 MCrire Wn. 25 aeres land 0.40 the laughter of the men to change Oldham Willis 25 acres land C.40 MnKeete B. 95 acres land our mounts again fifty yards past the Robinson Mary Hrs. 24 acres land 2.85 custom house. 4.30 Xerris Ones 39 acres land UNION No 4. PeweH Prank 1 acre land 8.85 Pew ell F. J. 59 aeres land 18.05 Collins Henry 1 acre land 3.25 GARBLED QUOTATIONS. " He Frank 89 acres land 2.S9 Collins Jerry 1 3.25 3" Hegers Oynda 49 aores land 2.30 Fax Mark 4.00 Popular Passages That Are Frequently "" 1S.7S Haguoly Flora 40 9.30 Sttvors J. W. 1 town let Rendered Incorrectly. " Almost everybody who quotes at all "S.79 Robinson E. M. 17 " Swiwterd Frank 1 town let 5.25 ' " 4 Sievens R. A. 19 acre land 5.75 White John 3.90 misquotes. Nothing Is more common than to bear: Yettag Marperet 7 aeres land 2.00 ELLISTON No 5 A man convinced against his will Is of the same opinion stllL GLADE No 6. Broaddus Jim 5 acres land (WMtc) 3.00 " This Is an impossible condition of Cornelison Ed 1 " 3.35 Asberry James II. 25 acres land 8.00 " Chonault Wade 7 " 3.00 mind, for no one can be convinced of Ale&nnder IV. M. 59 aeres land 5.15 " Dunson Luther 35 ' 2.30 one opinion and at the same time hold Alexander Henry 55 acres wad 5.15 '. 3.C0 to an opposite one. What Butler wrote Edwards George 2 " Aabilt Rlisabetk 1 town let 7.46 was eminently sensible: " Ellison Andy 24 " 5.00 Hash Margaret 29 acres land 2.00 lie that complies against his will " Elmore Hizie(nr) 35" 4.75 Is of bis own opinion stilt Brack W. S.5 acres land 12.85 " Harris Emily 37" 3.50 A famous passage of Scripture Is of Baroell W. J. 19 seres lead 5.15 " Jackson Susan 4 " 2.75 ten misquoted thus: "He that Is with Mwraeu Jaseer 14 aeres land 5.75 ' " Oldham Jerrctt 1 " 2.00 out sin among you let him cast the Bardette & Parkes 59 acres land 2.59 " Royston Ageline 20 " 3.25 first stone." It should be, "Let him OemeUeen Etiaabetk 92 acres land 4.10 " 7.C0 first cast a stone." Smith Iko 47" OaWwell John C. 1 acre land C.40 Sometimes we are told, "Behold, how " Simpson S. W. 1 " 7.05 Oayle T. J. (nr) 2 town lets 8.50 great a Ore a little matter kindleth," " Todd Andy 11.45 143" Oterk Mrs. Emma (nr) 1 tewn let 4.60 whereas St James said, "Behold, how C.85) 1" " Todd L. L. 1 Garter Miss Lacy 1 acre land great a matter a little Are kindleth," 7.25 which is quite a different thing. Daaiek Titos. 6 aeres land 8.85 GLADE NO. C (Colored) We also hear that "a miss Is as good I)aHvy Mrs. Mianie T 1 tewn let 2.00 Bogie, Lucinda 14 acres land 2.00 as a mile." which Is not as sensible Fowler H. II. 1 tewn let 5.75 BroHough. Nancy 9 " 2.15 or forcible as the true proverb, "A Fiaaeery IV. F. (nr) 1 town let 3.00 Ballew, Fred " 1 3.25 miss of an Inch is as good as a mile." Gay Frank 59 acres land, 1 tewn lot 8.90 Brooks Charlston 13 " " 5.15 "Look before you leap" should be Gotten Mrs. Martha A. 13.40 Burdette, J T. 23 7.C5 "And look before yon ere you leap." II S Jobs 8 aores laud 5.50 Baxter, Arthur 15 Pope is generally credited with hav3.40 Harrison J. G. 17 acres, land I let 11 40 Bennett, Mary 1 3.50 ing written: Hall J. W. 1 tewn lot 15.05 Boggs, Arch Immodest words admit of no defense, 3 3.C5 For want of decency Is want of sense, UeKaclaw D. P. (nr) 1 town let 7.30 Bronough, Chae. 5 5.20 though it would puzzle any one to find H nelies W. M. (nr) 1 tewn let 12.00 Campbell, Alonzo 1 3.35 tae verses In bis writings. They were Hill Taos. 71 acres land 7.70 Chenault, Ben 1 3.C5 written by the Earl of Roscommon, Lamb Pelie 29 acres land 4.45 Duuson, Geo. 1 5.C5 who died before Pope was born. Looter Mrs. L. O. 1 town let 5.95 Easley, Mary 8 2.90 Franklin said, "Honesty is the best Murphy J esse 19 aores land 5.75 Ely, Belle 2 3.90 policy," but the maxim Is of Spanish ' 2.90 Murphy Jesse 10 acres land Farris, William 17 7.25 origin and may be found in "Don Parkus Joan 20 acres c.CO Farris William 1 3.00 Quixote." Pearson's Weekly. Po weir Wm. 50 acres land , 3.90 Farris, Cris C 5.15 PeweH Sara 2 acres land 2.90 Francis, Sam For Rent 1 2.90 Plgg Wm. II 29 aeres land 4.55' Fife, Alex 2 3.90 Flat of three rooms, kitchen and bath, Preston John E. (nr) 19 acres land 5.95 Fife, Jonah 2 3.00 furnished or .unfurnished, 497 West J?urky Wm. 06 acres land 3.90 Grider, Dave 1 4.55 Main street. Apply to Mrs. Mary B. Powell J.. F. (nr) 41 acres kind 15.35 Gentry, Simps 3 5.75 Clay. Telephone 500 or 309 ring 3. RiUer Thos V. C acres land C.25 Harris, Sarah 2 3.00 Robinson G. S. 1 town lot Two Farms Wanted. 17.45 Kennedy, Ashfurd 1 2.90 Riefeitrdsou R. L. 1 acre land 33.80 Miller, Mose 2.90" 3 They must be located on the pike Skinner W. M. 20 aores land 3.C5 Miller, Smith 5 5.85. from three to eight miles of the. city, Skiaser Dan M. 30 aores land 7 05 Miller, William 1 2.10 Must be well improved, and must be beUlc Stella C acres land , 15.85 iMiller, Ike 1 4.15 good land. Payments will bo cash Speace Laura (nr) 4 aores land 5.00 Martin, Sarah 2 3.50' Possession "wanted just as soon as possi TerrU OIK e 5 acres land 3.00 Martin, Wm. Hrs 3 2.2a ble. The price must be right. If you Tedd Joel B. I acre land 3.35 Miller, Mariah 2 2.25 mean business and want to sell your Waddoll D. G. CO acres land i &90. Moran, Frank it 7 5.15 property, communicate with me. Bo Wilson George 33 acres land 3.90 Maupin, Robert 14 5.05 quick if you want to sell. J" Wson Geo. W. 1 acre land 3.15 Moran, Jake 2 1.15 J. T. FERRIELL. WilKums W. A. 1 town lot 5.15 Mor?n, Ed 2 town lots 10.60 Oldham Building Richmond, Ky Woosley Mrs. iSalhe 13 acres land 3.50 Newman, Henry 21 acres land 5.75 f 15 5 Shearer. John 3 G.30 Shearer, Mariah 12 J 1.20 Shearer, John 1 4.75 0 Stoae, Emily t Coiner CL c miliond fas' Gold "We 6th, In making this great offer we have sac- rificed all profits, hut we know no better way to advertise our store. Your advantage is a superior grade of goods at a special low price, our profit is in making new customers and winning their confidence have secured the services of two expert Eyesight Specialists who are competent to examine the eyes, no matter how complicated they may e, arid have given satisfaction where other have failed.. A visit to our Optical Department will convince you Rush and Eyeglasses for SI with a FREE EXAMINATION H Hundreds)! people have already been fitted and are so well pleased that they are telling their friends about this wonderful offer. If you have not got yours yet, we advise rou to come as soon as possible, as we have only a limited number of these glasses, which we will sell at this special price 5. C Prescriptions ' B ifocal Lenses and Finger Piece Mountings at Special Cut Rates BOILED BANKNOTES. tockf on s STORE Main Street A We Will Gladly Refund Your Money if you are Not Satisfied with your Pur-chaas- e Richmond Ky 9 WOOD PULP PAPER. Forced Into Use by the Scarcity of Rag Stock. In the early days of printing It was hardly possible to employ anything but first claf paper in making books, for the reason that wood fiber and wood pulp paper had not then come Into use. At that timo good cotton and linen rags were turned Into fine. firm, pure whlta paper, well able to withstand Indefinitely the yellowing and disintegrating effects of time. As the Increase In the demand for printing paper grew apace it was soon found that there were not enough rags to go round. Thus wool pulp came into use. All vegetable fiber is suitable for paper making, whether It be obtained from rags, wood, esparto grass, straw or other substances. When these fibers are torn apart they are clogged with gum, a substance that must be thoroughly dissolved and washed away by chemicals if tbe best: results are to be obtained. Wood pulp paper is made of finely ground wood,, usually spruce, the grinding being done with a beating engine, run nj;.. high speed, and huge stones between Tvhlcb the wood is reduced to a kind of pulp. That done. It Is mado up into paper without any pre liminary removal of the gum or otb er deleterious Ingredients. Harper's Weekly: ELECTRIC FOGHORNS. BEN during this Sale WHISTLER IN RAGE. e Caustic Soda Used to Destroy Warn Out French Currency. Everybody knows that wornont banknotes In this country are destroy ed by maceration at the treasury department, but the maniier in which the notes of the Bank of France are destroyed Is probably not so well known. At the bead office of the Bank of France there is a permanent tribunal before which all- - doubtful paper is brought. The tribunal writes "anule" on the faces of the banknotes. The Judgment is countersigned by the treasurer, and they are taken to the cellars in which the printing office is situated. In the presence of the bank's official they are brought out for annihilation. Distributed one by one into baskets, the condemned notes are emp-Ue- d into a great cylinder half Qlled with water and caustic soda. The orifice of the cylinder is then locked and set in motion. It turns for two days, at the end of which time the officials who presided at the beginning of tbc operation return to witness the end of the notes. Furnished with a long spoon, a workman thrusts into the depths of 'the cylinder and withdraws a thick, steaming liquid, which he pours into a thin basin. Another workman approaches with a similar spoon, with which he stirs the stuff around to make sure not a remnant has been left of the notes. When the banknote soup' has been reduced to paste it is sold for $1 a hundred kilos, about 200 pounds, although the paper at one time cost $5 for two pounds. Washington Herald. KIND Lady Meux Made Him Fairly Splatter DRESSING k SHIP. A Man-of-War II Should the sale of , spituoas. v It Was Well Worked and Completely or malt Uqnora again become law' the CI., of Richmond, Fooled General Bingham. by the v"- -be taken on March 3rd, 191, General John A. Bingham was a ( member of the military tribunal that the City of Richmond w tried Mrs. Surratt and the Lincoln as- petitioned to adopt the following zz sassination conspirators. ordinance of the City or Richm- cL deAfter the trial In the subsequent BE IT EXACTED bates in the house General B. F. ButCY THE CIT ler frequently charged that the comCOUNCIL OF THE CITY OF Kl ( mission had arrived at an nnjust verilOXD, KENTUCKY. dict and had convicted an innocent woman. In n memorable debate he FirstThat any person wish:. r boldly proclaimed that If the contents, gage in tho sale of spirituous, of a diary which had been found on malt liquors by retnil in any ir.:, the dead body of J. Wllke3 Booth were in the City of Richmond, K- ever made public it would disclose the fact that It contained tbe proof of shall, before any licenso is gntr.T Mrs. Surratt's Innocence, which proof such person so to do, satisfy t: had been Infamously suppressed by the Council by proor that he or she is .. commission. When General Bingham son of good moral character made a movement as though be would Second That tho license tco repel such an accusation. Butler dra- spirituous, vinous or malt liqutra matically drew a memorandum book from his breast pocket and held It tall In any quantities in tho l aloft but did not utter a word. Bing- Richmond, Kentucky, shall le ham naturally supposed that Butler thousand (31000.00) dollars for a bad a copy of a diary such as be had of one year, and license to selj r spoken of. As a matter of fact the ous, vinous or malt liquors sha: : book contained nothing but blank granted for a shorter period t . leaves. General Butler was Just bluff- year. ing. Third That any person ar: J The diary was in possession of Sec retary Stanton, but President Johnson the City Council of the City c! ( demanded It It was an inter mond, Ky., for licenso to sell s.- esting book, but It tbrew no uguc upon vinous or malt liquors hy rc'a., , the great conspiracy. quantities in the City of Rich . shall specify the place where s .Milk and Popped Corn. son desires to engage in such sr. ; docBecause be knew his patient tbe shall pay into the City Treasure : tor was not at all ruffled when she exCity of Richmond, Ky., the sum 2 claimed: 3 It Is no use talk- thousand dollars when such ! "But I can't doctor: ing. I Just can't I hate milk. I can't granted. Fourth No person engaged drink it I will take any kind of med'3 icine you wish mc to, but I cannot of spirituous, vinous or mail 1. 7, 2 the City of Richmond Ky., shr.: swallow sweet milk." "Very well." he said soothingly. rectly or indirectly, any spir.! Then he opened the door, and from the nous or malt liquors to an infar r 3 kitchen there drifted In tbe smell of of unsound mind, idiot, or ir.e'-popping corn. Fifth No person encaged ia 3 "Who is popping corn?" she asked. of spirituous, vinous or malt I 2 "Your nurse." said the doctor. Half an hour later he persuaded her the City of Richmond, Ky . s" - . any infant to loiter in h.s j : to taste a spoonful of milk. business. "Why, that's not so bad after all she said. "What did you do to It?' Sixth No person engaged n : -"Soaked that popped corn In it" said of spirituous, vinous or malt t he. "Gives it an entirely different the City of Richmond. Ky s:- taste, doesn't it? Sweet milk's bitter- directly or indirectly, any est enemy Is bound to say It Is drinkor malt liquors to any rer - r able after it has soaked up the essence persons who at the time aro : of popped corn .for ten or fifteen minunder the influence of strong Cr . utes." New York Sun. '. Seventh All places in t!.o Richmoud.Ky., where spiricu--:- . ; Evening Schools. zS. Evening schools owe their existence or malt liquors are sold shall to to the Rev. Thomas Charles, who about at 10 o'clock p. m. and opened c: cr-li1811 set up one at Bala. Wales, which than five o'clock a. m. proved to be quite successfuL In 1830 Eighth No place in the C.:y " or 1S40 the English Bishop Hinds mond where spirituous, vinous strongly recommended such schools for are sold shall be opene: poor adults, who. on account of enforced labor, bad no chance to secure day for any purpose whatever N A an education. The Idea was taken In son engaged in the sale ofs-- hand by the British privy council in (vinous or maU liquors in tha (. s- 1SC1. and from that date evening Richmond, Ky., shall sell same schools began to be considered serious- day. ly. At the present time they are nuNinth No billiard or poc merous throughout Great Britain. shooting galleries, bowling a:.:;;. c:rJ America and many other leading na- tables of'gambling devices of a" 1. -. tions. Xew York American. shall be kept or operated in ary r:: n where spirituous, vinous or mal'. Keep the Fire Burning. -. K. . are sold in tho It used to be the custom In some old nor in any roomCity of Richmc-- cr ; c connected with English inns for tbe fire to be kept ing into a room where spirituous, t r--s constantly burning day and night or malt liquors are sold. One such Inn mentioned In "Old CounTenth No person engaged in t try Inns" was the Plow, at UDDer 3u Dicker. In Sussex, and at the Chequers J of spirituous, vinous or malt inn, near usmotneriy. m Yorkshire, the City of Richmond, Ky., shal the hearth fire has been burning unin- prostitutes or lewd women to leaf ir. cr terruptedly for at least 130 years. Tbe loiter around his place of buslr.cs. r:r tradition points to a time when the shall spirituous, vinous or ma.t t ;":-- " public bouse was necessarily resorted be sold to any such persons. to for purposes of all kinds. Eleventh Any person engaged in -- 9 sale of SDirituous. vinous or ma .L "::rs The Injured One. -"What did that woman do when her in the Cit? of Richmond. Kv . w! 1" violate the law by selling any sr.r. pet dog Jumped on you and bit you? "She gave me a very reproachful vinous or malt liouors on Suda7 s" -- 1 look." replied Plodding Pete, "an then be punished by a fine of noi Ices she ordered the dog's valet to give It a ten dollars nor niora than one bath. Washington Star. dollars. Upon the conviction c! t:y person for a violation of theSuctUyl:". the licenso granted to such pc-:- ntJ Full py. . . He No, the boss doesn't pay tne any sen spirituous, vinous or malt i. :rsk more than 1 am worth. She How la the City of Richmond, Ky., sha'. 13 85 the world do yon manage to live on It? once revoked, and such nerson sba r.ot again be graaied a license to et Exchange. the sale of SDirituous. vinous cr ni! liquors in the City of Richmcsd, Ky 2o part of the licenso fee shall be -f unded to any person whose liccr.se is KIO NETS AND BLAOOrq revoKea under this ordinance- - BUTLER'S BLUFF. Notice. CAPTAIN KIDD. 2-- m i i The Vulcan Chilled Plow a success and no experiment It is considered by. users as ;the Best Chilled Plow Manufactured . . f - . . t ft . . . rvi , -- . C.IJE ... ' 'j'K2Maiaa9aaaaafeaSSiT NaaaaaVaaaaaalalaaaaaaaaaaaaaii!bM It costs less to keep a "Vulcan" in good running order than any other make' of chilled plow. "Why? Not because Vulcan repairs and points' and points cost less than others, but beoatee f the durability and wearing qualities of the Vulcan parts are' greater." Welaw mfolf liae of repairs for the Vulcan. Also Syracuse Hill Side EJowa and repairs '"5' i HriaHlljjtiBSZc ' it uglas, ? - SiffliMfefe &i Second Street Mittera Q Yet Webster Wouldn't Give the Ma gician a Treasury Job. During the presidency cT Mr. Tyler I had occasion to call on Daniel Web ster, then secretary of state. Glancing at my card, he turned and readily extended his hand with. "Wei come, slgnor! No hocus pocus among my papers," covering them with his arms. After explaining to him my object received the required Information. We .laughed and chatted a few minutes, and I was about to reUre when 1 mentioned that I was nn" applicant "for office and hoped I could rely upon his influence in the matter. "You, a magician, an office seeker, slgnor?" "There Is only one, sir, I aspire to; all others I should refuse without re gard to their emoluments." "Well, what one is that?" quesUoned the great statesman in his deep and The Snail and the Screw. powerful voice. It is no doubt true that nearly all hu"CounUng the treasury notes, Mr. man Inventions have been suggested Webster." by natural objects. M. Charles Fre"The treasury notes, slgnor?" mont of the French School of Mines "Yes, sir. You might give me 100,-00- 0 points out an interesting example to count and watch me closely, but In the case of the screw, the funyou would find only 75,000 when 1 re damental idea of which, he believes, turned them." was suggested to primitive man by the "SIgnorr" he exclaimed, with lively spiral shell of the edible snail. It was animation, "there Is no chance for not tbo shape of the shell that suggest- you; there are better magicians here ed the screw, but the spiral motion than you. For there would not be which it Is necessary to give to the 50,000 left after their counUngr body of the snail In order to with- From "Life and Adventures of Slgnor draw it from the shell. . This at once Blitz." showed that an object of a screw shape embedded In a solid powerfully In the Wrong Church. resisted attempts to withdraw it by a A Cleveland man recently told this straight pull The hint was enough, story of the Rev. Stephen n. Tyng, faand the screw became one of the ear- mous New York divine of a generation liest of man's Inventions. Youth's ago: Companion. A wealthy man came to him and said he wanted to rent one of the most Real Accommodating. expensive pews In the church. "But," Olga, Swedish maid of all wprk, bad he added, "I'll only take It on one curiously denned ideas regarding prop- dition you mustn't expect me ,tocon' do erty rights, although she bad no in- any church work." tention of being at all dishonest On The eminent rector one occasion when It was Olga's after- friend," he replied, "you smiled. "My have come to noon out her mistress said to her the wrong You belong four when she was about to depart from blocks downchurch. the street, In J'the" Church the house: of the Heavenly Rest" Cleveland "Olga, I can't find those handsome Leader. silk stockings of mine. Have you seen them?" A Changed Man. 'Tea, ma'am, I have them on. 1 Admiral Capps,. addressing temperknow you stay home today and do not ance society, told a" "story a of one of need them. You can have a pair of the best men he had ever known, who mine to wear yoost around home if quickly went from bad to "worse be you haf none." Minneapolis Journal. cause of excessive 'drinking until he became a total wreck. He Wanted the Job; "One evening," said the To tbo colored man who made ap- "this prematurely old, thin, admiral. plication for work bo listened and man with red rimmed eyes, worn out said, 'You awaited the finish of the tale of the are a good, true, noble woman Jenny. applicant's. qualificaUons for the job, and should have married a better man then stalled in this manner: "Well, than I am.' rd like to give you the place, but I'm "Looking at him and thinking of airam l can't ror you ten me you are what he once had been she auicklv married. T hare special reasons for answered, 'I did, James. "New York wanting to give thhrposlUon to a sin- Tribune. gle man." "Why, bose," exclIffled the wlllinc worker, "if dat's de on'y trou- A Religious Innovation. ble, Ah kla gH a dlvebee between uow A. certain well brought up Utile girl an' when you all's ready foh me to who lives in the y of start In." Argoaaut square yawned, at the breakfast" table last Sunday morn In f? and An Insulting Addition. vestured a polite proposition to her An Irate clOsea slarteif for the office norker. of his local sewspaper for the purpose "I really don't feel at all like going of clubbing the editor.- Oae of bis to church this morning," she remarkfrlgadfl aeked Un what (be editor bad ed. "Can't we Juet; seud carda?" Philme to bta, and he said: adelphia Times.- VI seat him a letter atmed 'Booeatas' aad be printed K. but added aaatkar f .Tt.. IT ,4 Jottrml. --near-vlclnlt- His Wickedness and Buried Treasure Both Said to Be Myths. Doomed to an infamy undeserved, his name reddened with crimes he never committed and made wildly by tales of treasure which he did not bury. Captain William Kldd Is fairly enUtled to the sympathy of posterity and the apologies of all the ballad makers and alleged historians who have obscured the facts In a cloud of fable. Fate has played the strangest tricks with tbo memory of this seventeenth century seafarer, who never cut a throat nor made a victim walk the plank, who was no more than an amateur pirate in an era when this interesting profession was in its heyday and who was hanged at Execution dock for the excessively unromanUc crime of cracking the skull of bis gunner with a wooden bucket because, for sooth," his majesty's officers were un ablo to prove their charges of piracy. As for the riches of Captain Kldd. the original documents In his case, preserved among the state papers of the public record office In London, relate with much detail what booty be had and what be did with it Alas, they reveal the futurity of the searches after the stout sea chest burled above high water mark. The only authentic Kldd treasure was dug up and inventoried more than 200 years ago, nor has the slightest clew to any other been found since then. "Romances of Burled Treasure" In Metropolitan Magazine. With Angsr. Whistler painted thre portraits of Lady Meux, one of which, the "Sable Picture of Lady Meux," Is missing. That one was the third for which Lady Meux sat to the eccentric artist The other two are described in tbo reuneirs life of tne artist as among his most distinguished portraits. Lady Meux "was handsome, of a more Iuxu riant type than the women who usual ly sat to him," and he "found for hec harmonies appropriate to her beauty. The first was an 'Arrangement In White and Black,' which few people have seen. There Is a sumptuousness in the black of the shadowy back ground and the velvet gown. In the white of the fur of the long cloak. that WhlsUer never surpassed. Whis tier was pleased with it and spoke of It as his 'beautiful Black Lady.' Lady Meux was so well satisfied that she at once sat for a second portrait This time the 'harmony' was in 'Flesh Col or and Pink,' afterward, changed to 'Pink and Gray.' " The missing portrait was smaller. So far as the artist's biographers could find out, it was never finished. The explanation is probably to be found in this story, quoted in the "Life" from Mr. Harper Pennington: "The only timo I saw Jimmy 'stump ed' for a reply was at a sitting of Lady Meux (for the portrait In sables), For some reason Jimmy became nerv ous exasperated and impertinent Touched by something he had said, her ladyship turned softly toward him and remarked quite softly, 'See here, Jimmy Whistler, you keep a civil tongue in that head of yours or I will have in some one to finish those portraits you have mado of me!' with the faintest emphasis on 'finish.' Jimmy fairly danced with rage. He came up to Lady Meux, his long brush tightly grasped and actually quivering iu his hand, held tight against his side. He stammered, spluttered and' finally gasped out: TJow daro you? How dare you?' But that, after all, was not an answer, was It? Lady Meux did not sit again. Jimmy never spoke of the incident afterward, and I was sorry to have witnessed it" BLITZ WAS MODEST. Wears More Than One Suit of Clothes. INNER AND OUTER GARMENTS. Besides Its Coat of Armor Plate It Has a Special Set of Underclothes to Protect the Vital Parti of Its Anatomy. Mineral Wool Mufflsrs. Cof t- - , -- Battleships wear coats of mor plate, as everybody knows, but everybody does not know that they wear undergarments which are produced chiefly from cocoanuts. Your r most powerful Is really a very delicate object and requires special underclothln;; so that some vital parts of its anatomy may not become too cold and so that other equally vital portions may not become too s.tout arman-of-wa- hot From stem to stern, which Is another way of saying from head to toe, your enormous Is enveloped In an undergarment placed Imi mediately behind Its topcoat or armor plate. This Is its special mackintosh) or. rather, waterproof, which acts as a protecUon from fire ns well as water. In the ordinary way tf a shot pierced the side of a battleship water would pour in at the hole and possibly tbe ship might sink, but this Is obviated by providing a backing to the armor. Great secrecy Is kept In the various navies regnrdlng the material used and its nrrangement In many of tbe latest battleships, however, the coaUng is made of cellulose, which again Is obtained from the fibrju3 cocoanut rind. Cellulose possesses the peculiar property of swelling immediately if it comes in contact with salt water. Therefore the moment that water pours in at a hole at the ship's side the cellulose almost instantly expands and sa closes tbe aperture. Of course the cellulose Is especially treated In older to render it fireproof. A has Its vitality enormously diminished if certain portions of it become too cold, in much the same way as Its human tenants. Accordingly Its boiler r.nd steam pipes are clothed with "Jackets." In some cases the Jackets are made of ordinary blanketing, others of a fibrous clay-likcomposition or even of close grained wood. In general the material used for a ship's underclothing of this description consists of mineral wool. However, tbe great iibip Is more likely to suffer from tbe effects of heat than from those of cold. There Is always the danger owing to the newer .type of machinery employed that the powder magazines may get too hot In tbe latest tbe stores are surrounded by n thick coating of mineral wool. Mlner.il wool, by the way, has nothing whatever to do with wool, as it consists of u mass of snowy threads of a kind of glass. It Is made by blowing Jets of high pressure steam through the furnaces Iu the manufacture of irou and steel. Enormous quantities of this strange variety of wool are used on board for s the purposes of underclothing the and the more delicate portions of the ship's body. This Invaluable substance acts equally well as a protector from heat abd from cold. It Is such a remarkable tonconductor of beat that it Is used for covering tbe refrigerators and tbo cold storage chambers and therefore the explosive stores. In the dockyards all men who are employed In packing the mineral wool in the spaces on the slips are obliged to wear masks. This U to prevent the sharp needlelike particles from being inhaled and so causlnj; chest troubles man-of-we men-oif-wbulk-bead- L -- I Which May Be Blown Without Effort by Pressing a Push Button. The time honored foghorn and still the one in most common use on myriads of smaller boats is of tbe sort that you raise to your lips nnd blow. Tolerably hard work blowing a foghorn. Bigger foghorns for larger boats are set lu a box. the box containing a bellows by which the horn is blown. Attached to the bellows Is an outside lever by means of which the bellows Is operated by hand. A lot of noise this foghorn makes, to be heard for a considerable distance. There are now made, used on many power boats and yachts, electric foghorns the operating of which calls' for the cxerclso of neither lung nor hand power. In these horns there Is attached, Inclosed at the smaller end. a metallic diaphragm to which Is connected an electric coil which when electricity U turned Into It vibrates the diaphragm and sounds the horn. Electricity is supplied from a storage battery or from current generated on the boat if It is electrically equipped. To blow an electric foghorn you simply press a button. New York Sun. "Robbing Peter to Pay Paul." That proverb "robbing Peter to pay Paul" aroso from the way In which tho dean of Westminster was treated abbot ho had been nn Independent dignitary, but as dean he was placed under the authority of a specially created bishop of Westminster. This di ocese after existing for ten yeara was merged In the see of. London, and many of the domains of St Peter's abbey passed Into the hands of the chapter of St Paul's cathedral, thus giving rise to the now familiar saying. it was by a hard struggle." writes Dean Stanley, "that the abbey was saved In those tempestuous times. Its dependency of the priory of St Mar tin s le Grand was torn to pieces, and Its outlying domains to the east of Westminster were, it is said, sacrificed to the Protector Somerset to Induce him to forbear from pulling down the nubey itself." London Chronicle. -- s.-vino- I- er -- at the time of the reformation. As -- ul t: -- Tbe ammunition rooms themselves cool by a refrigerating plant in addition to being clothed in mineral wool, the same applying to the ammunition passages. The. wool is also packed between the double bulkheads which separate the boiler spaces from the. other portions of the vessel. Alto gether tbe use3 of the mineral wool on board are extremely numerous. Even reindeer hair is to bo met with on board itf tbe capacity of a particular sort of- - underclothing. This material Is very light considerably lighter than cork, for Instance and' It Is not so subject to. decay. For tbfci reason among its many uses It is of treat value as a lining for the life buoys. Boston of fatal character.' are kept Transcript Familiar Sayings. "I don't like your weigh." remarked tne customer to the dishonest grocer. i nope I make myself clear." said the water as it passed through the fil ter. "ueamng makes the full man, but writing doesn't," complained tbe half starved poet "My resources are all tied up," said the tramp as he placed his bundle on a stick. "The rest Is silence," quoted the mu sician, explaining tho meaning of thatterm to ms pupil. "This is a complete give away;" remarked Papa Santa Claus as he finished stripping the Christmas tree. "I call that treating a friend in a rather distant manner." said thetdoctor as ho" hung up the receiver after prescribing over tho telephone. Boston Transcript Chaap by the Hour. 1 t- p Z -i fOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Smoking Before Meals. People will persist In smokinc. even after "they have read the following .from that eminent authority, the Lon- aon Lancet: Smoking Just before .faeals Is to be deprecated, because tne pungency of the pyroligneus products contained In tobacco smoke renders) the buccal mu cosa Insensitive to alimentary Btliaula-tloIn fact, 'the 'dffel't 'ls t'o"dull or abolish the olfacto-gtsfator- y reflex,. thus depriving us of what Pawlow calls "appetite Juice." n: i miserable one horse branch road," said tho'.sbo'e drummer bltingly. "I'd like ter call yer attention ter one fact before you. go on usln any more secb language." answered the ticket agent calmly, "and that is that while It ,may be 5 cents a mlJe. ,lt's only 35 cents an bcur." Metropolitan Magazine. "I must say you've got a pretty lot of citizens to allow themselves to be charged at the Tate of 5 cents a mile from nere down to the Junction on a sv Plo W We have! the The Farmer Uses The Best Implements Up-to-da- te latest improved and the farmers are rapidly discarding the old ones fur the .... Self Confidun'cs. 'Do you believe la at! tbe views you advocate?" "Yes." replied Ken tor SoreSum. after soae . hesitation, "I do, but I dwsbt whether a less lllful reasooer tjka myself woeld be We to convince Hie or tne cocrectnesi of some of them:"-Washington Impartial. ML'bg captain of the. veesel . do wbea he! found' tha" ?iscu J were aet apposed to tlo their full duty?" "He fcavtnjp tag voyage tad docked ."W New Improved Wm. J. Oliver tk tae' reeaet."- "What tbeiir - St) c. "Then be 'iocked the more American. E-H crew."-Bal- U- Ji Gnawa Kbt His CeneiJ ion. TM job proposed to foot, M 'forp taio-- WHW. Between Frinajh faee 'was a nef&ct f tiid Jeat44t ls-dm of Hmm:? ar Uka BeWi-Wh- at o waie4.ft fekft with a guaranteed point against breakage 11 Pin nd a landslie that is in two z sepnrate pieee.. Think of tkis. Have you seen it? Call at our store 'aud also .ioeefe theEW DANDY DISC HAR-t- h ROW, positively bet ever iavanted 0Jelephone20 a Difficulty la only wort in die tin decree of KremrUi requUlte for a parttafttur object. 'I fttenda yro coma Manage to aire up? One (nettled Tbctxof ioMting aoney.-flaltlm- orw Kasy my jtfboarer uwi-efi!in. are Jnat c bad a " Americas. tintr Bow blmfta Itttty TAL0R & OLDH AM mm