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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 1, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911030101_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 1, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jf 37th YEAR . THE RICHMOND CUltlAX, w RICHMOND, MADISON GOUN1 fY,.KLNTUCKYr WEDNESDAY, MARCH y : -- ' ii : - JP m. . I : 1. 1911 4 " , 1 II I NUMBER 537 The Wrong Way for you. Phone is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it M WALL PAPER Sole . T "w T?inUt VY7 i get s iu o buy your paper from gooai worK is an uo to date .ne and get an uptodate paper hanger R. Blanto n Agent For W. P. BAXTER May Run. & Where Is Port wood. i : WalL PAPER Well known Citizen of Brass- field neighborhood is missing. The wife and children of Green D. Tihe Celebrated wtWoii Jelltco TELEPHONE 85 I COAL now-filli- ng N. V. W.H ITE The Old Reliable Dry Gaods Man showing of Late Summer Fabrics are our shelves, also a complete School Dress Materials Wexarry a full line of Novelties, andour Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our customers Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call-and-inspe- our.goods N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Portwood, a well known farmor of the Brassfleld neighborhood are wondorins what has become of husband and father wjto left liomo on the morning or the 30th of January to go to Irvine, and up to now nothing lias been heard form him His wife is almost prostrated and fear is expressed on all sides that unless s ime news as to her husbands whereabouts is received soon, she will collapse. Those who know him bast in the community in which ho resides havo advanced the A theory now that he may bo demented and wandered off into an adjoining couhty or in some wild portions of the mountains. Portwuod is well known in Riohmond. He is thirty threoyears of age, about 5 feet 8 inches, slightly stoop ed, black hair somewhat curley, scar Royal Baking Powder helps housewife from cut in'forohead over left eye, large produce home, qjuickly and ecou.omically, badly cut fingor, also showing cakis, fine and biscuit, puddings, scar. When he left home he wore a J black rtiff hat, blue striped cotton shirt, cali e, crisp cookies, crullers, the frosted new tan shoes. This description is given crusts and muffins,' fresh, clean, and in the hope that he may be located nota ready-mad- e wholesome, great distance from home. Ho was for which food some time correspondent for the Climax. found shop comdoes His address now is Richmond, Ky., R. hake-cta- y Royal is helps. F, D. So 3 box 53. His domestic life, so his wife claims, has been as happy as ROYAL COOK BOOK 800 BECHPTS-lfc- EE could bo, thore being nothing of a strainSend Name and Address ed nature at home to cause him to leave in such a manner. TJio day he left ho was in good spirits and talked of busi ncss matters of the coming week. JohnW. Sickelsmith. Greensboro. Pa. Made Merry. Incorporated. has three children, and like most childThe Red Men's banquet last Wcdnat-da- y Covington & Thorpe, the grocers havo ren tbey frequently take cold. "We havo tried several kinds of cough medicine," evening, giv.en by Floating Canco incorporated under the namo of "The ho says, 'but have never found any yet Tribe, of this city, was largely attended" Covington & Thorpe Company" and the that did them as much good as Cham Each of the firm is Mr R. C. H. member was allowed one pale fa'ca berlain's Cough Remedy." For sale by as his guest and about one hundred ani Covington, the well known member of Stockton & Son. fifty sat down to the spread, which isal the firm of Covington & Banks. The Still Missing. ways a Dig one in the Ked Men camp, officers are T. T. Covington, President, Mrs. Arthur Goebel, who a few days Prominent visitors were Mayor Rice, R. 0. H. Covington, Tice President and ago was Miss Mollio Million, of Kjjwby, County Clerk Tcrrill, Attorney A. R, S. H. Thorpe, Secretary and Treasurer. this county, is still wondering as to the Burnam, Jr., and Dr. H. M. Blantori, The amount is $0,500 and it will do a whereabouts of her husband, who loft Toastmaster James AVagers called on all general retail grocer; and seed business. so mysteriously at their home in Lexing- the visitors and many of the member:! With such excellent business men behind ton, taking with him $500 of her monoy. of the tribe and all responded in a happy it, the new firm is bound to prosper and She has returned to the homo of her frame of mind. Prof. Heffnor of thn take a leading place in tho commercial father, Shelby Million, near Jonkins opera house orchestra, delighted the as- activities of Richmond, and Madison store, about two miles from Xewby and semblage .with several selections on th( county. All of the three are well known a'll tf not heard a word piano and "Cap" Dickerson, "Uncle" in this section, having lived here has up until y from the man who fell in love with her at Charlio Covington, Em II Lorisch and their lives and enjoy tho confidence of every residence of Madison and a wide first sight courted her and then deserted 'Dick" Bailey responded, after repeated a nice wad of calls, for a genuine old fashioned buck acquaintance in adjoining counties. her, after relieving her of money. Mrs Goebel has been receiving and wing dance. For Rent The most common cause of insomnia" the sympathies of her friends since the Flat of three rooms, kitchon and bath, unfortunate occurence and will likely is disorder of the stomach. Chamber- -' institute proceedings for divorce unless lian's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct furnished or unfurnished, 407 West she hears from her seemingly faithless these disorders and enable you to si eop Main street. Apply to Mrs. Mary B. Clay. Telephone 500 or 309 ring 3. For sale by Stockton & Son. lover within a short time. . IUttV4L II Col. Elbridge C. Park, hero of many political battles in Estill county, and for many years a resident of Madison, Is iiinr?s at tasty layer t thinking seriously of offering himself as candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for State Senator from this district, composed of tho counties of Madison, Estill, Lee and Powell. The district has always gone Republican, but Col. Park says if he can get tho nomination ho can secure many Republican votes in Madison and Estill on account of his wide connections and very extensive acquaint ' ance, and thereby offset the majority in Lee and Powell. With the Democratic j vote solid, he could ride into office with easi). He declares that should his op ponent in a last effort to defeat him attack his religion, he would win all the more easily. ' Makes Home Baking Easy the hot Do It Now Richmond People Should Not Wait Until! It Is Too Late. The appalling death rate from kidney disease is due in most cases to the fact that the little kidney troubles are usually neglected untill they become serious. The slight symptoms give place to chronic disorders and the sufferer goes gradually into grasp of diabetes, dropsy, Bright's disease, pravel or some other serious form of kidnoy complaint. If you suffer from backache, headache dizzy spells; if the kidney secretions are irregular of passage and unnatural in appearance, do not delay. Help the kidneys at once. Doan's Kidney Pills aro especially for kidney dtsorders-the- y cure where others fail. Over one hundred thousand people have recommended them. Here is one of many cases in this vicinity. Samuel T. Greene, Holt St., Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: "I can corroborate the public statement I gave in May 1003 in favor of Doan's Kidney Pills. I cannot tell how much good Doan's Kidney Pills did me, in fact, I doubt ifl would be alive were it no for thorn. You can continue to use my name and say that I recommend the remedy highly." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Fcster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United Remember the name Doan's take no other. and 1 to An occasional sun bath is all the renovating: a steams & foster mattress ever needs, vet it will iast a lite time and always be comfortable. tasty not with the at the or grocery pare. the greatest of Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. J.t you knew as much about them as we do. of course you would buy Stegrns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor Windsor STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A . . ." . . $16.00 220 third-membe- r OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 w. s. a. R.O. L. Walk-er'sHa- ir it r States. 229 to-da- If you have trouble in eettins rid of For 5ale. your cold you may know that fou are Nico residence on corner Fifth and The Kansas City Times, one of the not treating it properly. Tbete is no greatest Weeklies published in this reason why a cold should hanj; on for North streets. Apply Chamit will not if you D. M. STEVENSON tf. country has appointed the Climax its weeks andCough Remedy. take sale by berlain's For special agent in this section and those Stockton. & Son. Best equipped warehouse fer handling wishing a real live newspaper of NationOur motto is "Tho highest pnee for loose leaf in this section the Madison al reputation and one with a grate state crops" Madison tobacco watehouse. warehouse. Plenty of help and no waits, and county reputation, should come and all tf tf get the Climax and Times both for 31.25 Feel languid, weak, Head the whole year. This offer is limited. When you have rheumatism in your TheClmaxis the recognized paper of ache! Stomach "off"? Just a plain case foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Linithe county. There aro but few who aro of lazy liver. Burnock Blood Bitters ment and you will get quick relief. It not on the list, but you may be one of tones liver and stomach, promotes diges costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For tion, purifies tho blood. those few. sale by Stockton & Son. Startling The People. Mrs. Maude Mackcy Dressing Parlor. Come In and have your hair dressed in the newest style, braids and puffs run-dow- made to order. Braids restored to natural color. Highest prices paid for combings. Two doors above Stockton's drug store, on Main street. Office phone 6 Mo 545, residence 203. If you have not sold your tobacco, take it to the Madison Warehouse where the top prices prevail. There's a reason, tf We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each G ETTI NG READY Our we have ever had is all bought part of it already heijet- - some" on the way and we are rushing the remainder. that we may bave plenty of Jroomwe are making lower prices than ever on all heavy goods we have on hand. r We Sell May Manton Patterns lOt Each I? V-- We are getting ready for the biggest spring!busmess in 9 If If iter if lave iefore-the if 3 9 -- 1 " best values are all gone We will save you good money We are selling Ladies' Suits worth fj om 12.50 tc. 35.00, for from 750 to Ladies' Coats worth 6f50 to 2000, for from 3.9S to 12.50 00 to 25.00, for from 748 Men's Suits and .Overcoats worth : , All other winter weight goods at ye ty low prices . , You Taken Advantage of This OnportunMp .If Nk Do It Now '"V $0 V' to4:v: 1; r We mean to close these gopds out Gpme-rget ta bargain; i t "- - - it .1 - " P. fvr - - ICorner First IJM H a rrilty'- 'fy ,6 mt:-- ; - & Main $ ,' ? fO. mm t lim p s -:' . :f 1 .Sf , r-y- Rlphmond. Kentucky 4 BUTTERICK FASHIONS New Richmond Versus Old Richmond Dry' STAGE ANECDOTES Times Versus Wet. By WELSH JAWBFIEAKEft. C E. WOODS, Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'S are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear ing Oar Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest i i t OWEN McK EE Be Richmond Climax. i brother Mr Alex Denney. At the Madison Institute this evening the yoeng ladies will ontertain with a reception in hooeref their friends in the rSIUSeED ETERT WEEIESMT IT city. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Mr W H Bckle, of Washington C. H., Ohio, one of the fastest typesetters from (Incorporated.! that state, has aoeepted a position in the Pns. and Mgr. Climax omoe. A . Kilter See'v-Tre- e. Mr and Mrs Fay Wilkerson. formerly W. G. WbUe . . Miter! of this oky, who has been residing at Steve K. YnMgM. Stanford for several months, have movKtntwr of ed to Corbin. KENTUCKY PS6 ASS60UTW Mr. Harry Byhee, who has been so u4 dangeronely III, is very much better and EIGHTH memx tmmm uawe. his rapid recovery is hoped for by a wide oirele of friends. YEA I PEB FEIOE fl.M Mr and Mrs George Phelps and Miss IX ABVAKOE Margaretta Smith attended tbe matinee performance of "Bright Eyes" at Lex1M1 ington Monday. WBOXBSDAT MAX. I Danville Messenger: Mrs Louis Lan-drastarted sod there was called to Lancaster this mornTar iMnkk praairw lo fee more nt it. In Hath eonn- --- ing the serious illness of her mother Mrs lut TtaMwtay sight njrmmitewns d II A B Marksbury. edMlk hoe of a grower, wnohn4 Mr Eddie Wines was host last Wedraise lofeeoco despite nesday even teg at a be dinnerat Joe's com(he Strang sontiinont in fvor oC the cat plimentary to several of his friends. to wHneeswore Covers wore mid ut. Is Kentucky for ten. Kigbt RMing wKrafee on account of the Mr Dob Wiggins is at home from an growers togetber inability U get Mbncoo extended business trip to Xew York. od a prnnorttton? Why is it that the far- He thinks it te one of the greatest oities amicably en taw mer will set Jea Wands in the country outside of Richmond. subject, whhih oawcoros each and all Mr. and Mrs. Abnor Oldham and little alike, when they know what it mmm. b hi the ranks. The fnnnnntiow son, Hosokiah, of Mu Sterling, spent disensoo is capiUl agauMt tahor. The non peeter Saturday and Sunday with Mr. ad Mrs. and the oea cat out people are general!) W. D. Oldham, on Lancaster Avenue. the rich fend owners and they help to Tbe French Mission Circle, of the break up aay organisation that the com Presbyterian obttroh will hold a Peddlers Fair in the basement of the church next men grower tries to effect. Tuesday gwws of whose wonUonwa. 7 o'clock. evening, the 7th, beginning at Gtso. O. madetathk paper laet week is ef they John Sextos has returned from LouisNational Xoeol Licence Leap ue iaUiar-lville where he has been for several days knew as the Model Saloon League looking The liaetar neo wanted an organteatkMi race for after his interests in his coming Grand Honors in the Kentucky of this load and iodine that other ciU the Grand Lodge of Red Men. ceus of Looks ville would not take Winchester Demoorau-GharlleEadmatter an, a few liquor men got tepethei and organised the league. Talk avow of Madison county, and Miss Minnie a Model Saloon! Jnst as weU talk aheoi hearer, of this county, were married ji Model Devil or a Model II ell with Rt Thursday, February 28rd, at the of the bride's father, Simon proverbial "Are and fcrfenetene" as a Shearer, with Rev. Duke, of this city, r rood, coot, docirable teoation for a is the officiating minister. rooUonco. Miss Sue M Smith, who was with A call a Meeting for the organisa Indge Maynor, atCorbin for semetime tioa of a aantntereial clnb in Ricfesaeni ts stenographer, has accepted a position would bring out about a half doeen cjti with Herrington & Greenleaf. Miss xens, yet the base ball meeting hrangni taith is formerly of Lancaster. She was out a crowned bonce, and pmniineni tnpointed court examiner last Friday by ciiiceos have raised a thousand naltan ludge Beotoo. past week to support a team A sew the nose from a distance nere to attend irage syntom eonhl be installed with Um .1 I . money spent far base baU by Btohment wie ltinerat oi juiss Annie McK.ee were Jirs Dave Matlack and Misses Gertrude people the past two years. tad Maggie Matlack, Mr James Mc- enua and Mr John MoElroy, all of Lex Ex Matok Qlarauce Wooes' printe statements soatetime ago showing bow ogton, and Mr. and Mrs. William Stark this city bad prospered as never befbrt of Louisville. under "no saloon", mnet be taken late Lancaster Record: Hiss Sallte Elkin consideration sertonsly before ye eai has returned from a stay in Richmond a retnrn n the ape sa east a vote for Miss Lee Prather, of Richmond is loon Stop and think a mimMe and yen expected soon to visit Miss Callie Adams. will vote "No" Miss Mary Etmere of Riohmnnd Alxx Habou and Bd OaUanan are Normal Sohool is with Mr and Mrs J W Mrs A W Kavanaugh left About ready to enter the bloedy arena Elmore again m Breathitt. Is it possible thai list week to visit her sistor Mrs George law." peace can't be restored in that seotte BeHew, of Richmond Miss Delia Harvey Chonault, Farmer, Foreman recent Feb. Grand Jury, 1911: "We MDtil these leaders go the same reou Tinder of the Richmond Normal Sohool ana mat less wnisKey is consumed now in an at any penou in tne nistory or our ember is wkh her parents Elder and Mrs F M county, e Hariris and other that and we point to the memorable crowd that attended the recent February Tinder. of the clan have cone'' court day, when not a single man was arrested lor drunkenness. With all that One of the most enjoyable social events miKht be said to the contrary, we believe the morals and business of our county wiH be one ef the greatest oajj&ver known in Richmond. It if the season was the ooncert and cotil are in better condition ana society is more aoiy protected under the wiU fUe$elther the "Doing" or tn lon given by the German olub last Fri system than it was whon whiskey was sold." SALOON-ATIWINCHESTER VERSUS DRY RICHMOND. "VadSrottiie city. Vote "No" am. lay evening at the Masonic Temple. Co., help to been Riohmond in the front list The Troubadours Amusement A few comparisons will open the eyes of the ignorant and stop a few loud' which furnished the entertainment and with ether progressive cities. mouthed prevaricators. Winchester has ten or more saloons, and she also has i tlso the music for the cotillon rendered higher (SI 20). Her floating debt flovrer. 812,000 and natrre. than Wht did the four ministers of Mays t highly appreciative program. Each ours is tax rate($1.25) bondedRichmond$75,000 and ours is $30,000. isThese figures is debt 88,000. Her Warning to Railroad Men. Imyrovements. tide rcf use to sign the petition oattint nember of the company is a finished fresh this week from headquarters. Do saloons payl Ask Winchester's decent m the people to stay away from the iar, especially iiis--s uarkness, as so. Look out 5'he LaClodo Company, of St Louis, is big hardwaro firm of Grubbs & Ben ous kidney for severe and even danger and bladder trouble result 9onday ball games? Tbe special didn't Kane whose sweet voice was heard to element. Ask our decent element. Let the ton, of Winchester, answer a certain misleading statement circulated hero to fool ing from years of railroading. Goo. E, Ins ailing a new furnace at iho gas works, give their reasons. muoh advantage in a reperatoire of high capable of doubling the plant. This Boll, 239 Third Sts., Fort Wayne, Ind jlass numbers. One of the largest crowds our voters. was many years a conductor on the mdh was made nocessary by tho de- "Grubbs & Benton,Hardware, Head your ballot carefully and vett tf the season's Nickel Plate. Ho says: Twentv years maid for gas for cooking purposes. The entertainments along "WinchesterKy.' fNo", that will mean that saloons of railroading loft lny kldnoys in terrible his line was out and danced until long Mr. Jones, is reported to have stated conuuion. There was a continual pain nevi furnace is of the latest nattern nnd "Gentlemen: Cno of our in fair Richmond and the ott nour. it is the last event east tne usual that Winchester merchants are sq anxious to keep Richmond 'dry that your firm across my oack ana hips and my kid Sujjt. Daugherty hopes to bet it in run- on in her ferw&rd march up thi wfll of the club's winter program and un me will give.8500 to help keep us drytO help your trade. I do. not believe this re1 neys givemy much distress, and the nlnjf order within a very few days. hhV of progress. action of bladder was frequent and doubtedly the most enjoyable. " Woods, port. Is it true? "O, E. most painful. I got a supply of Foley "W.ISOHB9TBE has had half a dozen . A 5pecia 1 Medicine for At the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs "0. E. Woods, Kidney Pills and the first bottle made a bankrupt oases during the past two years, W H Miller, on North street Monday a Kidney Ailments. wonderful improvement and four bottles "Richmond, Ky. Richmond has had Bene. Wtaeeertet sumptuous repast was spread for a num2d any elderlv neonls hnvn fnnmi "We have yours of 11th, and in reply will say that we have no knowledge of cured mo completely. Since beinjr cured tn I have Folevs Kidnev Foliiy's Kidney Remedy a nuieV-- rnllnf fans. open saloons. Richmond has net. ber of friends, who have never failed in ever making the statement mentioned iu your letter. We would not be willing rins to recommended many my railroad friends uiiuipermanem oenentirom kidney and the past several years to meet at the from a business standpoint to give one penny toward keeping Richmond d.ry. We Sold by Stockton & Sen. bladder ailments und from ancsyiao-uritarhome of the popular couple on the 27th do not know of a single instanco where we have had custom from Madison county irregularities duo to advnnMnS years. Isaao N Regan,"Farmer, Mo., savs of February and wish them many more that we could traco directly to the sale of whiskey in our own city. We have Local Option Parades-Att- en o years of happy married life. It is the never made any statement that it was worth $500 a year to us for Richmond to be iiiuuo; xkumuuy euecieu a tion, Everybody. complete cure in mv case and I wnm Mrs R. B, Terrell is convalescing from wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs dry, nor have we any knowledge that it benefited our business ono penny. The Executive Committee of the Lo others to know of it. Sold by Stockton "i ours very truly, a .two week's illness. Miller. They were married February cal Option forces announce a mammoth & Son. "Grubbs & Benton, Judge Shaokeifeerd, U at home after 27th 1884 in this county and each year parade on Thursday afternoon of th!i Hardware, Stoves, Implement Mantles, Grates, Tile, etc." this event has been celebrated in a quiet a two weeks southern trip. Madison Girl. weokat2:30. County people, men. vio Miss Dora Hudson, of Dreyfus, k the way by their friends. Mrs Miller was e Wednesday's Issue of the Louis- men and children, aro invited lo join gtteet of Mr and Hk T A Campbell this formerly Miss Kate Oldham, daughter the citizens and school children of Rich vilii Times, contained an exceilent.llke- Club, of the The Parents-Teacher- 's Funds Needed. of the late William K Oldham. we-J- t. mqnd, headed by a brass band of twenly ness of Miss Martha Washington Maupin Model School, of theState Normal, held require several hundred dollars pieces. Come all. Start from Court dau inter of Mr and Mrs Brack Mauriln Miss Hester Covington was hostess to Oaobier & Turley has returned from a most interesting meeting last Friday to pay the legitimate expenses of tf as countv. and refflrrori'tn iM Vii.ll- of the House, & visit to his sob, who is attending school the Mary Pattic Oldham Club Saturday p. m. lianjj young woman in a patriotic man afternoon at tbe home of Mrs. Joe afternoon and discussed matters of vital local option campaign. This will have tainted. importance regarding the welfare of the ner,! ts being of strong roiiemblance to A Bold, LaGrippe, then ihtr Eb-r- Deotherage has aoeepted a Checault on the Summit. The Olub pupils. Mrs T S Burnam, the President, to bo raised by voluntary subscription. The. men named below have been apher namesake. MissMauoinfs nnw n - tke Riohmoad Drug Com-y&- voted to "be Federated, and in future presided Pneumonia. Mrs B L Banks pointed tnd introduced hopes to be represented at the slate Feda special committee to raise the meajber of the Sonior class of Dr Joseph iktal seouence. Fn1v Bhnrmaoy. Is loo often the gavu a delightful tak on an appro- money. Anyone eration meetings and have a voice in all who wishing to donate even Honey and Tar exoels the cold. chnv friqis college for trained nurses In e Siunohigliani and son were in educational and musical The priate subject. Other members also made a small amount 1s invited to. call on matters the lasrlppe. and nrevents 'nneumnnia Phitldelphia. lost week attondiog the automo-htt-e following program was rendered, Judge John O. Chenault, office. In It is a prompt and Toliable'cough medi after short talks. It was agreed for this chjOWf Coming In ums luui, conunm no narcotics, r oley s which delightful refreshments were ser organization to become a member of the Douglas & Simmons Building. Honey and Tar is tie best cough remTib Promoters of the ba.4 ball team 40nt ehc Wagers is slewiy improving vej. Roll CalL Items concerning great; State Fedorctlon of Woman's Clubs The Jas. W. Hamilton, A. H. & L'a. edy I over used as it quickly stopped a for are itreatly gratified; to see him opera houses; Life of Donizetti, Miss1 next meeting will bo held on Friday Wholesale Grocery. severe couch that had long troubled me," istlilt shown by out of tojjmat tho as- ice concern's, Mach 31st and Mr William Martella has O. F. Higglns, Bennett & Higglns says J W Xuhn, Princeton, Nebr. Just whojfcet a large amount of honey Willgisg; Sextet from Lucia. Misses from so quickly and surely it acts in all oases thisjHty. Several member Millkm; Story of Luoia, Miss French; consented to give one of his very enter- Furniture Store. of of colds, coughs, lagrippe and luns licltlfigcommltteohave reel lved the so subject to be anletters &anme vocal duet Misses Traynor; taining addresses, the W. G. White, Climax Office. trouble. It is as safe for your .children froaj Cincinnati, Louisville wd.Lexing- 1 Finale left bond) Miss F&rrishr Current nounced later. as yourself, and Should be ised iu all ten ifrioIesRle houe-sWiiifcases of croupe, whooping cough- - and tenillns of Msg the treMii- ng tneir Brunt,; XjMJMna; jieag, Mrs Ballard; i x here . ...... I .. t. . i)Kntlttl manner wUb ums from mvwirs wurii. n.rue .bom( a .Cheaper tbaa Coal - w m es, res-ien- snns-ime- fr M Four years ago I issued a Proclamation as Mayor, jus To All Concerned: before our Local Option election, In which I said, "Local Opt'on will carry Tues-- , day, March 12, 1907, and I solomnly pledge my life and honor to the enforce ment of tho Law!" It did carry by 148 majority, and I again make a prediction, that we will win on March 3, 1011, by one hundred larger majority! Why do I We ventured upon an untried field when we closed the saloons so? Listen: four years ago, without really knowing how to answer tho question of our wej friends, "How can you get along without the $12,000 saloon license! You will Qrlve people away from Richmond, liave a town full of vacant stbret bouses, and business will come to a standstill." Now Jor the sake of Truth and history and as a guide to our future actions, I here give tho results of our experiment w'Uh saloons closed, nearly four years. Not a vacant store-rooor residenco in Richmond! Whites have built 175 residences, worth half a million dollarsl Colored raeo owns 70 more houses and lots. 500 people have moved into town. Bank deposits increased 5350,000, and a new bank in the county. A beautiful stone church" erected by the Catholics. Fivo miles of concrete pavements. Two miles of new water mains to sorve spreading population. One mile of now streets and avenues, lined with new residences. Four additions to the city Burnamwood, Bronston Place, Mobqrley Place, and Evansdale. on the Irvine pike. Summit entirely built up; High street and Woodland avenue built up. North Fourth street built Breck avenue built up. up. Fifty per cent of our stores with new fronts of plate glass and steel. New Fire Department and City Hall, steel fire tower, and complete apparatus, and organized department with best Chief, Ben Dougherty," in Ky. reservoir to supply increased business. New $30,000 water-work- s New $15,000 depot and covered concrete platform COO feet long. New railroad, L. & N. acquiring L. & A. Best edited colored weekly newspaper in state. SS6.000 additions to both white and colored schools, without increasing taxes one penny, thanks to a dry Board of Education and Superintendent Coates. Two big tobacco warehouses, doing $500,000 business. Seventy automobiles, two owned by colored people. $300,000 invested by Siate in Normal Sohool, bringing 1,000 students and teachers here annually, who pay out an average of S100, or 8100,000 each year-ei- ght times as much as the saloons paid the city. Ask the merchants. ' Model Chief of Police in Kentucky, Capt. Jim Allman. Streets oiled and swept by machinery. Streets cleaned and garbage removed daily. S10.000 improvements in Hotel Glyudon. - FretTmaTl dSlivery'iri the city by four carriors, who draw $900 each annually. Electric lights all over tho city, 4 now firo hydrants and 25 lights in colored eotion, which never before had these things Police foico cut down to three policemen, and with stricter attention to busi ness by night men, could bo pronounced the model force of Ky. Court houbeyard fence removed and entire premises transformed Into a beauty pot, inside and out. Under local option in 3 years we paid SI 0,000 more to support our white and colored schools than for tho previous G years under saloons. Finally had to voio 825.000 bonds to enlarge the buildings to accommodate the Increased school at tendance. These bonds will not add one penny of addition taxes. Two firo es white school buildings. Both the capes costinjr 81500 attachod to the four-stor- y Gibson and Pattie A. Clay Infirmaries greatly enlarged and equipped with alt modern apparatus drawing patients from all eastern Kentucky. The saloons lef. the city with an old 80100 floating debt, on which not a cent had ever been paid The onlj payment ever made on this saloon regime debt was a cool thousand dol lars paid the vory first year of local option. Ask any city officer for the last 20 years if this is not so. 84,000 worth of sewers laid during local option, tho first in the city's history, except short drains here and there. BANK FIGURES TELL A TALE. The banks can speak best for the financial side of the question. J. E. Green. leaf, Cashier Southern National: "There has been a growth lin the deposits, end there have been five or six new banks opened up in the district, and the banks here have done well to hold their own in the way of deposits. Richmond is oleaner and a drunken man is a curiosity on our streets now. Business has im proved with the merchants under local option." S. S. Parkos, President Citizens National: "Local option has not hurt busi ness in any way. The genoral effect has been to make Richmond a soberer city. It has lessened to a great extent the consumption of whiskey." R. R. Burnam, Cashier Madison National: "I ondore the above." J. A. Sullivan, Pres. State Bank & Trust Co,, Pres. Water & Light Co , etc. "I cannot see that local option has injured business. It has made this a cleaner town. On court day there are 8,000 to 10.000 people here. Before saloons wen out there used to be many drunks on this day and a lot of disorderly behavior Now there is practically none of that sort of thing." R. E. Turloy, CashiorState Bank & Trust Co.: "I heartily endorse the above.' declare the Thirty leading merchants and bankers, ofiloials and lhe town has prospered beyond all dreams under local option. ' AS TO CRIME. There were 2 more arrests (812) the last year of saloons than during tho three full dry years (780). Think of it. There were almost twice as many arrests lor drunkenness (0U2) the last year of saloons, as during the three dry years together (3R3). Think of that. There were nearly 2.000 arrosts for drunkenness during the last three yosrs of of open soIoobs: only 333 arrests Tor fio 3 dry years. Seventeen hundred less Think of the difference. What caused it? Lac il option. Pastyeiroaly 231 arrasts in Richmond. I7i waitei aal 113 olorad. Tais also contradicts the f ils idj! fiu ne;rj vera dtsjrimmit)! agiiiiit. On one single county court day before saloons close J (records prove it) there were 45 men arrested for drunkenness. Not Unit many man arrested altogether on the 44 county court days sinoe saloons closed. That's why country ladies can come to town and shop and return without fear of death or insult on the road. Ob the 12 court days of 100S just before sa.oons closed, 129 men were arrested for drunkennesss. and 500 more were allowed to get out of town so long as the were not down in the gutters. The next 12 dry court days only nine drunks wen jailed and not any oscaped. These days a drunken man looks as big as an elo pliant, and he can't escape- Lexington, Ky., Feb. 27, 1011 Mayor Skain has notified President Barker, of State University, that unlesss some action is taken by tho University authori ties to keep STUDENTS OUT OF SALOONS, the boys will be arrested am . will bo tho result of opon saloons in Uichmonu &ent to the WORKHOUSE.-Th- is JURIES TESTIFY AS TO CONDITIONS. GRAND I give here the gist of five Grand Jury reportssigned by their respective fore men: Waller Bennett, Pres. Madison National Bank, March term, 1910: "We ha found tbe county in excellent condition so fur as infractions of the law are con cerned. We have found but few indictments, and they are of minor degree." W. T. Griggs, Foreman, Fob. term, 1909. Mr. Griggs a is lending liveryman: "Wo wish to congratulate the people of the county for the fine condition moral!,-tha- t now exists, which we attribute to the closing of saloons, and the genera crusade against whiskey. There were scarcely any felonies brought to our at tentlon." W. L. Arnold. Wholesale Grocer, Foreman Oct. 1909. Grand Jury: "Crime oi every nature is on the decrease. Public morals have materially improved. Thi as com. cost of keeping State, county and city prisoners has decreased pared with times when saloons were open. Arrests for drunkenness are about h now as compared with those days; all of which we attribute to the abolish ment of saloons and the crusade against drunkenness and Intoxicating liquors We take pleasure in co mmending Richmond's excellent Mayor, G. E. Woods, for his vigilant and efficient work in attempting to rid the city of all violators of tbe ..... one-hal- f, one-tent- Jdr KsrMay C Great Big Nsme of a Charming Little Village, tlanffllrpwllgwyngyllgijgcrychwyni- The Lonr1 xOebut of Edmund driuwllliandyslliogogogocli is a charm- in; little village In Anglesey1, Wales, Keanrthe Great Tragedian. o an; a favorite visiting place for 1st! are many other charming A SUCCESS AND ITS PATHOS. Hti !e villages In Wales il! over the wqjld, In fact, but none with a name llkli that. Llcnfairpw., etc., means The Tearful Meeting With KIs Wife "tfi Church of St Mary In a hollow of After. His Triumph on the Boards. WD to hazel near to the rapid whirlpool Snubbing a Noble Lord An English ani to the Church of St 'Xysilio by tbe rei Critic on Edwin Forrest's Macbeth. If is declared that only a Welshman Edmund Kean's London debut was call pronounce the name (if tho village, made in 1814, at a time when his bulj there is no harm in you trying if financial affairs were at a very low yojj wish. The first syllable, "Llan," ebb. With his wifo and ono child he 13 'fery simple. You must double back roof of your was lodging in an attic. Hl3 reception yolir tonguo along tho say something get ready to Sbylock was most encouraging and mouth and halfway aa between "clan" thtjt sounds flattering. In an almost frenzied anil "th!an," and there you've got it be rushed through the wet to his Tb'ft second syllable, "fab," Is encourhumble lodging, sprang up tho stairs agingly 8lmplet And if you want to go nnd threw optn the door. Ills wife ran on and learn the wholo name of tho to meet him.. No words were required vltage the following rhyrno may be of his radiant countenanco told all assistance: nnd they ml lgled together the first At first It began fair, I applnjss they had as yet tears of true Commencing with Llunfalr, experienced, lie told her of his proud Then started a jingle By adding PwllgwyniryU, ochlevemen and in a burst of exultaBut was horrible,- very. tion exclaimed, "Mary, you shall rldfi To stick on Gogery in your carriage, and Charley, my boy" And simply Ignoble To run to Chwyrndxobwn. taking the child from the cradle and Till it almost will kill you kissing him "you shall go to Eton To say Llandyslllo. his and" a sad reminiscence crossed With a terrible shock mind, his joy was overshadowed and At the end Gpgogoch, be murmured in broken accents, "Oh, The inhabitants of tb- village and that Howard (bis dead child) had lived thf postoffice authorities laave shortento see It! but ho is better where he Is." ed! .the name to Llanfalr, P. G., while On the night of Edmund's first ap- tht railroad limits it to Llanfalr. New pearance as Richard a group of idle York World. actors in the greenroom were discuss ing his merits In anything but a libera THE GOLDEN CAT. spirit. "I understand," said one, with an elaborate fcneer, "that he is an ad Legend of the Founding of a Persian silrable harlequin." Bannister entered College at Meshed. nt that moment, overheard the remark and retorted, "I am certain of that, for Iho following story from the Persian manuscript of which a translahe has Jumped over all our heads." seems that the great tragedian, tion has been published under the title It Edmund Kean. and Charles Incledon. "T.ae Glory of tho Shla World," reads the popular singer, were ono day walk' UbJ a passage in the "Arabian. ign in Bond street when they met Nights." It tells of a Persian at Lord Essex, who bowed coldly to Meshed who had founded a college Kean, though tbey were on terms of wi Ji wealth gained in a remarkable manner: intimate friendship. "One day a rich merchant asked him Tbe next day Kean found a note at the- theater from my lord desiring him wt ether he was willing to. work at a to call at his house. When there the place to which ho would be conducted nobleman said to the tragedian, "My bllidfolded. Being a fearless Kerma-n- l and very poor, he agraed, and was dear Kean, you will pardon me. You know how greatly I admire your gen led through many streets to a court-yait- i, where the bandage was removius. but I was surprised yesterday to see you in company of that singing ed; and he was ordered r.o dig a hole man, Incledon." "My lord." said anil bury gold coins and Jewelry. This Kean with flashing eye, "Pray don't he' did for several days, and, being excite yourself, now, my dear Kean," sefxehed before he left, ho saw no Interrupted my lord, "but tho respect, chance of bettering his condition. "However, one day he saw a cat I may say reverence, I havo for your wonderful genius prompts me to wtlch he killed and rippsd open. He speak thus." "Lord Essex," cried then sewed up some money and jewKean, drawing himself up and casting els inside it and threw it over the a withering glance at his noblo patron, wall. After this, when his work was "twelve years ago my family were in done, he wandered about until ho want of bread and Charles Incledon, fochd the cat and not only secured the my friend, supplied the means to pro money hidden in its body, but also cure it, and when Edmund Kean for learned the position of tbe house. "Its owner shortly afterward died, gets his friends may God forget him And from that hour the two men never anil the astute Kermanl bought his house with the gold sewed up inside tbe exchanged courtesies. Kean, from early manhood, had an cat. As tho merchant had never reinternal complaint, for which he had vealed his secret to any one be became ulways been his own physician nnd his heir and, in turn, when dying, beprescribed that sovereign balm called queathed bis money for the pious task "brandy," from which it generally of founding and maintaining a colfound relief, nnd nt least It always lege." proved an alternative. While travel Correct Way to Roll Umbrella, ing from London to Belfast, on quit ting the coach at Donegal Arms, he i. badly rolled up umbrella, besides missed his sovereign balm and he call locking unbightly, does not wear half ed out to the Irish waiter to search the as' long as it ought to. The process of lately abdicated vehicular conveyance rolling an umbrella is very simply. as be bad left his pocket pistol behind. The majority hold it by the handle and "The devil a pistol enn I find," cried ke;p twisting the stick with one hand, wlJlo with tho other and the searching Hibernian, "or anything roll tbe silk. Instead they twist they of this else but this," producing the leather covered charm. "Why, that's it, you should take hold of the ambrella Just blockhead," exclaimed Kean, sultin; above the ribs of the cover. These tho action to the word and tasting to points naturally He evenly with the be convinced. Pat scented the cordial stlik. Tbey should be kept bold of and, laughing, cried: "Do you call that ani pressed tightly against the stock a pistol, sir? Why, then, faith, though anl then the cover should be rolled up. I'm a peaceable man, I wouldn't mind HMdlng the ribs thus prevents them standing a shot or two of that pistol from getting twisted out of place or beidlng out of shape, and the silk is myself." When Edwin Forrest went to Lon bomd to follow evenly and roll smooth umbrella is don he was received in anything bat a ani tight. If anwill look as rolled in if newly this fashion it cordial way. One critic wrote: bffjght for a long time. Boston Her"Our old friend Mr. Forrest afforded groat amusement to tho ubllc by his ald performance of Macbeth n Friday at A Bible Library. tho Princess. Indeed, on- - best comic Probably tho finest collection of actors do not often excite so great Bibles in the world Is that In the quantity of mirth. Tbe cbango from of the General Theological seminn Inaudible murmur to a thunder of nary in Chelsea square. New York. In sound was enormous, but the grand thi) fireproof Bible room on tbe second feature was the combat In which be flojr are more than 1,200 different ediBtood scraping his sword against that tions of the Bible, in all about 2,500 of Macduff. We were at a loss to know volumes, arranged on shelves and In what this gesture meant until an en gliiss cases. Of these 553 editions are lightened critic In the gallery shouted In Latin, making 1,053 volumes. Of out. That's right, sharpen itl"' "pMyglot" editions In more than one A good story Is being told at the ex language there are 93, In 500 volumes. pens? of n certain local theater whose Tie most Interesting of the Bibles is "Standing Room Only" notice Is no thi) Gutenberg volume, printed at Mo longer needed. Ono night after the guntla between 1450 and 1455 by Jocurtain was rung up a small boy was hannes Gutenberg, which has always discovered In front of tbe box office. ranked as a masterpiece of art The manager of the theater went to the lad and kindly asked him what the Timber and Lumber. trouble was. "I want my money any difference bo- "Paw, Is back," sobbed the boy in answer to tween timberthere lumber?" and the query. In surprise the manager no necessary difference in 'There asked his reason for such a request kiiid, my is son. They differ merely in "Because because I'm afraid to sit up flerreo or stage of development For in the gallery all alone!" ho walled. tximple, a man may be spoken of as His money was returned. Franklin gdjd timber for some high office and Barry In St Louis yoi represent nothing but lumber when ho;gets there." Chicago Tribune. A Mere Trifle. ' The young lady had won the phllo-penHis Weakness. "Well" snld tho gentleman who wigg xour friend th actor seems bad lost, "I've lost; what shall I give Wagg-rHe- 's tho por-- yon?" "Your photograph, nothing but ra'iher eccentric. sajiflcatlon of eccentricity. Why, that your photograph," she answered, "In man actually admits thiro aro other ptctty Iittlo gold mounting set in actors good as bo Is. Phila gold bracelet, with u sprinkling of em delphia just as Record. eralds und Just one solitaire one only, mind you no soro!" A word of kindness is seldom spoken injynin. n is a seca wnicn, even wnen Habit Is the deepest law of human dropped by chance, springs up a tour-Ther, Post-Dispatca, Ca-iy- !s. Our P rices and Te rms VnfliinnlnanninVBnl Are In Sympathy With Yoxkr Purse Let Us Furnish Your Furniture, Carpets, 5toves. : : Our prices are right terms easy, and your credit is good From Kitchen to Attic. Home Remember we save you 0 to 20 per cent, on cash purchases 1 Buy Now Pay Later Luman & Higgins Furniture, Carpets, Stoves We are headquarters for Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Needles, Oil, Etc., for all makes of machines Opp. Hotel Glyndon West Main Street .. Many Applicants succeed Coats. That Richmond City Schools are the and stand at the top of most te Croup Conquered R-:a- Com missionersr Sale W. G. While, Plaintiff, vs. After the Superintend? ncy of Every Mother Should auu jLvciuciuuci x ilia Richmond School to e) the others in Kentucky is plainly shown by the fact that nearly every Superint-den- t in the Bluegrass has made application to the Board of Education for the position to succeed Supt. Coats, whose resignation will tako effect at the close of school in Juno. Ch.iirman of the Bjard, A. D. M.llor and Secretary Z .T. Rice have been surprised at some of the applications coming from neighboring cities, where it has always been suppos ed tho conditions were equally as inviting to an educator as in Richmond financially and otherwise but it seems that the Richmond schools stand out a little ahead of tho others, at least they all want the place. Secretary Rice said that in order not to creato any dissension in the towns where applications came, '"om, he would not give out the names it publication, but it is known that there has been about a dozen. Supt. Ireland, of tho Stanford schools, should always be under many obligations to the local board for its ven kindly consideration of his application. When it was known several weeks agi that Supt. Coates would resign at thi close of the term, Prof. Ireland was thi first to apply for the place, and on ac count of his excellent record, he stood . tine show of landing the place. Whe the Stanford Board learned that it wa quite probable he would be acceptet acre, they held a meeting and immed itoly raised his salary $500. Next da. t'rof. Ireland notified his Board Jn vould not leave Stanford. The Boar is not In a hurry to act, as Supt. Coate. .vill hold on until the close of school and It wil not make a choice until th right man is found. Prof. Kelley, who has been Prlncipa of the High school for the past fivt years, is a popular candidate and on ac count of his close connection with tlx school for this length of time, it is no unlikely that the Board will give him a little preference over the others. Chlneie Idea of Government Hera Is a Chinese tfea of prosperity tn a natlol: When tbs sword is rusty, 'he plow bright, the pMsons empty, the rranarle? full, tbe slips of the temple worn don and those of the law courts grass-grewwhen doctors go afoot, the bakers on horseback, and the men of letters drive In their 'own carriages, then the empire is well governed. One Objection. "I wouldn't objeck to de man dat keep3 talkln all de time," said Unci Eben, "if he dldn' insls on th'owln in a question every ten minutes or so dat you's got to answer to show you's keepla awake." William Farley's Heirs, Defts. Under and by virtue of a jud.- In any home where a child has a tenand order of sale, rendered at the i . dency to croup, a bottle of Hyomei ruary term of the Madison c it High-o-mshould bo iept the undersigned master com tn iss : -' said court, will on constantly on hand. A sudden attack of croup with llffi March cult breathing and extreme distress is apt to come on at any time. sell in front of the court house C The course to be pursued is pain. 11 o'clock a. m., to the highest a . Send for your doct r at once, and in the bidder, the following described 7 r meantime drop 30 drops of Hyomei into A lot of ground located in Di. r" a bowl of boiling water and hold the Addition to the City of Richmond K" and being lot No. 12 in block 13, j child's head over it, cover with a towel addition. or cloth, so that only the air filled arith Said property will be sold on a Hyomei vapor is breathed. six months; tbe purchaser wj. r This method of treatment has saved quired to execute bend with ar -many a child's life, and mothers of security; payable to the comm.-- to have the force and effect of a croupy children should see to it that ment with a Hen retained on the r r Hyomei is always on hand. Full in- ty until all the purchase monev 13 z.l structions for prompt relief of croup is H. C. RICE, M.cii ( C in each package. A 50c bottle of Hyomei is all you Toilet Articles and Extracts need in treating croup. This is known I am representing tbe France in all drug stores as Extra Bottle Hyomei Inhalent. B. L. Middelton and can Hygienic Company and air. druggists everywhere sell it! It is guar- pared to furnish tne highest gra anteed to cure catarrh, croup, sore toilet articles and extracts. Mrs. Betttie Tbmplem vs throat, bronchitis, coughs and cold, or money back. No. 200 Third St. Richmor. : R Ipro-noun-- Saturday, 2511 r-- of -- We Won't Cut Off too big a piece of meat fcr you. As a matter of fact wt doubt if we could. For tlnc who buy meat here regu.ir v declaiethat none of it v r goes to waste. It is sot iiu and loiith&ome, so diffftt : s from ordinary that o one thinks of leaving a y r : mt-at-- our meats. what that mentis. Successor to Douglas & Culton WEST MAIN STREET eaten. Ttieie's no You kunw v.i-t-ab- C. C. CULTON TELEPHONE 231 I.. ites, a woman has been dealing wit! one grocery for a long time ar 1 paying cash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying hss for the same. Better join m? in a few'visits to a place where prices are lowest and no favor- My idea of rea. anger is Pointers Betsy5s wIk . Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing 62 The Blest Deem not that they are blest Telephone ten-r Opera House Building Notice! Poultry alone . "Whose daj s a peaceful or keep; The annointed Son of God makes known A blessing- for the eyes that weep. The light of smiles shall fil again The lids that overflow with - Raisers MB CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecK, Roup, Canker, sosr as onon no cuke, aro rir Diarrhcea and all Diseases of Poultry HIq. and Goarantttd by J. Rabt. Ci; M 411-4- 4 d fears; And weary hours of woe and pain Are promises of happier v StoclUon & Son The Farmer Uses The Bdst Implements Up-to-Ua- 'solo nr line, Birdjlown, Ky. Price 50c at all Droistj. PERSONALS ll & years. There is a day of sunny rest For every dark and trou bled night; And.grief may bide an even ing guest, But joy shall come with ear ly light. Nor let .the good man's trust depart, Though life its common gifts deny, Though with a pierced and broken heart. And spurned of men, he goes to dier For God has marked each sorrowing day, And numbered everysecret te . "We have the latest improved 1 and the farmers are rapidlv discarding the olCk ones for the o w New 1 mproved Win. J. Oliver with a guara nteeaainst breakage ot f rog and a point and aj jaiidslidethat is indepen- dent of eaclf other! Thmk of this. Have youseen it? Call at our store and also inspect theNETM DANDY DISC HAR-th- e ROW, positively! best evar iavented Cin-ainn- rf tear; And Heaven's long age of bliss shaft pay Far all His child rea v - '4 ?pAYLOR p OLDHAM wn -- wpvaBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnH nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnninnBr Good T&e : Things col- lar button and got rich by it, saw a goci thing that had been within sir inches of millions of men's eyes for fifty years. e Mas who invented the hinged -- young chap came into tho store Saturday wanted to knonr-thminute he got inside whetherwe had such and snch a suit that was in the window on Monday. No it was sold "I knew it" he said friend of mine has it on." 'I've admired that suit in the window two or three times but I'll be glggered if I thought it could be bought for the price he tgjd me he paid." "Got anything like it" "Why don't you put prices on them in the window?" "Who made tho suit anyway?" . Tlti e Ciut .m "It's a to them." Schloss-.Bros- . & Co. Suit One of tho line of the "Clothes Beautiful," Well let's see some of shem they've certainly some class Regular Lines All MaterialsAll Suits! & Overcoats 8 Shoes Your choice of all our fine College Brands $16.50 Regular S25, S27 and $30 Suits for 13.50 Suits worth 20.00 and 22.50 for 10.00 Suits worth 15100 to 18 00 for 7.oo Suits worth 12:00 and H.oo for o.oo Suits worth ldloo now cut to J and Ueeoest Price Sale Is On i7P.sAbsoiuteiy Nothing S I' Held Out h Boys' Suits A fine lot of Boys' Suits to select from. We are overstocked. They must go regardless of cost. Bring your boy to this store and we will save you monev it.. ? ' Q You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co label on tho Coat Collar. Also by the Custom Made Look $15.00 up ment fj M Shoes for the whole family. Heavy High Tops below cost. Medium weights, all leathers, latest styles at deep cut prices y Q J Look m our window at the remarkable low prices . II ' y All New Styles The Season's Best Just after the sale we are showing Heavy Fleeced Underwear, a standard high grade brand regular 50 cent garments now 35 cents. Derby Ribbed, medium weight, colors cream, blue and fancy stripe. Regular 50 cent garments now S5 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 New Goods in Every DepartThey are all chock full of new spring stuff. Especially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, Laces, etc. Come- - and see them before they are picked over they are new and fresh now. Oar new line of Imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived and the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any other market. Our styles are exclusive. We have just received some new Tailor-mad- e for ladies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to see the new styles and get prices. Schloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to come in in all their new spring glory. Our line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladles are already in stock. Make your selection now while you can get your size. Our Wm. Kneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men aro showing up better than ever for this spring. See them, get our prices and see the new things in every department we can save you money on every purchase. A Home of Good Clothes Cor. Second and Main Streets 1 THE ROYAL J. S. Stanifer, Prop. i to One and All ms 1 Home 0! Good Clothes Richmond, Ky u. : 51 v R "In' Tin 3f r6 is W. D. Oldham & Co. The Vulcan Chilled Plow Is a success and no experiment. It Best Chilled Plow Nature makes the cures be punished by a fino of not less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred after all. dollars. Upon the conviction of any Now and then she; gets person for a violation of the Sunday law, the license granted to such person to into a tight place and sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in the City of Richmond, Ky., shall bo at needs helping out. once revoked, and such person shall not again be granted a license to engage in spirituous, vinous or the sale Things get started in liquors inofthe City of Richmond, malt Ky. No part of tho license feo shall be rethe wrong direction. funded to any person whose license is Something is needed to revoked under this ordinance. 3t check disease and start Hog Raisers the system in the right Aro your hogs worth 5 cents per head? is considered by users as the direction toward health. We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Manufactured Scott's Emulsion of tokeephogs healthy and free from disease for 5 conts per head per month. It Cod Liver Oil with cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, can do just hogs to fatten aids Digestion and causes very rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog this. raisors throughout tho country. Come hypo-phosphites vinous or malt liquors on Sunday shall lfW St sR R R CAUGHT l BY ? ? ANTS. BEN f is n yN sm sm yi M vi i l ' 9 vs Ny vay vsiv In sif 78n ks. TSn 7l 7In 71n TiIn sn asumsss 7 mi In DRIVER BUTLER'S BLUFF. It strengthens the tis- in and let us toll you about it. 2- -t nerves, feeds famished rich sues, and makes blood. FOtt 8 ALE B7 ALLSBUOQISTS Bend 10c. same ot paper as4 thb for en beautiful SaTlngi Bank and Child' BketuL'Book Kadi bonk contains a Good lock Penny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 St, Ntw York-- Perry's Drug Store. tit Foil Notice. 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 because of the durability and wearing qualities of the Vulcan parts are greater, We have a fullline of repairs for the Vulcan. Also Syracuse Hill Side Plows and repairs It costs less to keep a "Vulcan" Should the sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors again become lawful in in the City of Richmond, by the vote to be taken on March 3rd, 1011, the City Council of tho City of Richmond will be petitioned to adopt tho following as an ordinance of the City of Richmond, Ky: Puzzled. An aged colored man was passing a dsn store when he stopped to examine a huge turtle chained In the doorway as an advertisement He bad never seen a turtle before, and he prodded the strange creature curiously. Suddenly be popped hU Anger Into his mouth with a bowl of pain. After the finger bad stopped bleeding he gazed at it ruefully, then eyed the turtle npprehenslvely. "What's the matter, Rastus7" asked the fish dealer, with a grin. "Nuffln', sah; nuffln'. Ah was Jest wonderln' whether Ab had been bit or stung." Lipplncott's. Douglas, Simmons & Deathera ge Second Street 4' CBIFFQK L 3 Clothiers never say a worn uuuu. -1 MOST & ranT&tS best-know- . ine laoricb the made are the smartest ot weaves from n very beautiful, but . ot-n- o deoded patteru. r-- the quaUty the ien. remforch.reverr fabric . pl. i3njm imwti ail Ckitbes" are tbelr fabric and sty I. "Griffon cause of - all wool ll E,V. Elder jaLfaTgfgTMHBHiflLfgTLTgSaSlME $12.50, $15, S nd $20 Tho Artiitio Temperament BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY A famous singer was undergoing the COUNCIL OP THE CITY OP RICH ministration of tbe ship's barber. MOND, KENTUCKY: "I 'opes," said the barber, "that we Firat That any person wishing- to en shall 'ave the pleasure of 'earin' you gage in the sale of spirituous, vinous or at the concert tonight." No," explained the famous singer. malt liquors by retail in any quantities "I've bad a long and exhausting sea in the City of Richmond, Kentucky. son In America and within a few days Telephone 20 shall, before any license is granted to I am to open In London. I have decidsuch person so to do, satisfy the City ed not to do anything on this voyage." Council by proof that he or sho is; a per "It's the same way with me," sold son of good moral character. "When the barber understanding. Second That the license fee to soli I'm bashore I never looks at a razor." Success Magazine. spirituous, vinous or malt liquors by re tail in any quantities in the City of A Legal Holiday. Richmond, Kentucky, shall be one Dlndlesworth seems to and eujoy wearing 3'our new thousand (81000.00) dollars for a period upon his wife with awe." rather look clothes all season. Any de ot one year, and license to sell spiritu"Yes, 1 met him yesterday, he sign you select from our ous, vinous or malt liquors shall not be wanted to borrow $5 from me. andaskI fashion plates will represent granted for b shorter period than one ed him why be didn't go to his bank for It, and he replied with surprise wnat is oemcr worn in tnt year. he larse cities: and if . you want Third That any person applySns to that"Why,was unable to conceal: that " bless mel I'd forgotten City of Rich- the banks were open today. Just the ihe City Council of the mond, Ky., for license to sell spirituous, same. Ion see, this is my wife's blrtn- vinous or malt liquors by retail la any day.' "Chicago Record-Heralquantities in the Cily.of Richmond, Ky., This Hard, Cruel World. shall specify the place where such perMrs. Crawford You can have all the son desires to engage in such salt, and shall pay into tho City Troasury tj the bread and butter you want, but no City of Richmond, Ky., tho sum ef one more cake. Willie Say, ma, how Is It I can thousand dollars when such license is never have a second helping ot any granted, of the things I Fourth No person engaged In tie sale of spirituous, vinous or malt liqujirs in Vulgarity. "Why do you say he Is vulgar?" ihe City of Richmond Ky., shall sU, di "Because be has at least ten times rectly or indirectly, any spirituous, vi nous or malt liquors to an infant, person as much money as I have." Chicago Record-Herald- . of unsound mind, Idiot, or inebriate. No nerson enraged in tho sale Fifth of spirituous, vinous or malt liqujirs in tho City of Richmond, Ky., shal) per Jtjiit mit any infant to loiter in his place of business. n&t looking fot Sixth No nerson enzaired in thl salo of sDirituous. vinous or malt llqu s in something that will help her children the IitUe ills ot lite, someimiB th e City of Richmond, Ky.. shall sell, trouble ana tne directly or Indirectly, any spirituous, for the stomachLong ago she prob bowel trouble? liquors to any persim or arilv has become- convinced that a vinous or malt . persons who at the limo are drurilr, or child "leannot reaauy swauow a piw of strong drink "break them under the influence or a tablet, and that to jy crush them" is an annoy of in half andusually they work too drasti Seventh All places In the Cfi plates, Richmond, Ky., where spirituous, nous anee; tbat ue nauseating ana too pow- on yourself as on the cally, ana buimncu. the dehgn must be artistical or malt liquors are sold shall be josed Any frti in uciiA one 9 take tne trouble mother wbo will v worked into them by our at 10 o'clock.p. m. and opened not J ear of sending her name and address can obtain a free sample bottle of a remedy using Chicago tailors, Ed. V. Price lier than five, o clock a, m that thousands of other mothers are la Dr. and now paylxc for. This remedy Eighth No place in the City of & Co., and built to meet the tho rtMnrna flmin PeDsln. and any offer of mother a. fre trial bottle la ODen to mond where spirituous, vinous or exact measurernen who has sot yet used it Having used liquors are Sold shall bo opened on yourseu inai ii is waai It and convinced can obtain curves of your bqdv.- Quality day for any purpose whatever. y you wast, you It In the future of your druggist at fifty cents and of woolens and workmanship son engaged in the sale of spirit one dollar a bottle. Just as to many guaranteed to satisfy. Suits vinous or malt liquors in tbe 0 others are doing, the free sample being simply to convince you of Its merits. It to order Mr. I. Richmond, Ky., shall sell same on Is the beit way to begin on K. Chicago, Davis of 187 W. Harrison street day. and Mrs. Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street T.Aivni KV.. both started with a free Ninth No billiard or pool t sample and now they write that they shooting galleries, bowling alleys, tne have never been wltuout a eotue gambling devices of any house since. tables or rem' it nnitoshtedir a ETeat ramiiy being receiving our shall be kept or operated in any "We are daily ey. aa It Is adapted to all ages, ana yet mild aad pleasant to tax Mseclally the new spring line of Dress where spirituous, vinous or malt li4 effective. It tt ve sold in the City of Richmond, ideal remedy for children an womea and "RudcliffVLow Cuts nor in any rocm- connected with or pure. uu Goods, neea eld folks, waoTt kaji nmeuini tha advaatazB ot se natural for ladies, K: & G. and Amer- ing into a room where spirituous, ine a tboroucfe laxative aad yet coatataM uso iimr wo bjuoi. properties; tonle malt stubborn constipation, indigestion, liver ican Beauty. Corsets. TV are or Tenth liquors are sold. soar stomach nu,tj mik- headache, No person engaged in tU showing tbe latest in (Neck- of' spirituous, vinous or malt liquo sod such complaints with a guarantee "rlwlfnrsonallr wffl be pleased Fancy Combs lor the City of Richmond, Ky., shall p westf to givs you any medical dvke ypu may prostitute or lewd wemea to loaf for yourself or famHy Jtalntas; tc ladies. ST stomach, liver or bowefa absolute y loiter arowrf aw plae of eusineeJ of chargs. 1 xpffJa yw B tr and ha lt 1M oH!! cnirittMMi. vine! r ftarth. fres wUl sample abasdr W sold U MOT attch PMKM. ba - BEGIN ON E ASTER SUNDAY Exciting Experience In West Africa With These Deadly Petts. The driver ants are a terrible pest In West Africa. Crawling over the ground In countless thousands, Invincible to anything but a wall of fire, they bring quick death to every live thing unfortunate enough to be caught In their path and leave behind them the skeletons of lizards, rats, sheep, cattle and even bnman beings. In bis book entitled "We Two In West Africa" Major F. G. Gugglsberg recounts the terrors of one night when tho pests Invaded bis house I heard voices calling. "Get up; the ants are on nsl" Sitting bolt upright, I found the room apparenUy In darkness. In reality the lantern on the floor at the foot of the bed was still burning, but as I threw my band out nnd felt the heavy weight of the mosquito net I suddenly realized that it was coated with ants so thickly that it kept the light out as effectively as a velvet curtain. Two bounds took me ont of that mosquito net and the hut, but It was an uncanny feeling when my feet crunched through the living carpet of ants. Hitting tbe side of the doorway in my hasty exit, I brought down a shower of the little pests on my bead and shoulders from rafter, wall and roof, and then the fun began. Some people say that the ant buries bis head In you and leaves It there. others that be drives some other part of his body Into you. I didn't worry about examining which theory was correct. It did not affect the torture of the result For tbe next ten min-ue- s I was standing In a state of na ture In tbe open, the rain beating down and the boys, hastily roused. picking ants off my body by the light ot torches. I was so engrossed In this new sport that I quite forgot about Lees; then I suddenly realized that be was not there. I won a moral V. O. by going into that Infernal place and hauling him out. He was a pitiable sight In the torchlight, his hair waving as if In a breeze as tbe ants crawled through it. his body black with tbem.- To pick them off was too slow a Job. seized a tin of kerosene oil and poured It over him. sweeping tho en emy off In thousands. One of my hammock boys rushed up witb a flaming torch, meaning in the kindness of his heart to give master more light I yelled to him to keep away, and he. thinking he was being urged on. rushed toward us quicker than ever. Luckily Lees' cook stopped him in time, and a tragedy was averted. We spent the remainder of the night under a tree. In spite of tbe discomfort of it all tbe persistent rain, the mist the smarting pain of tbe ant bites we could not help laughing at tho Idea ot onr helplessness against the little brutes that were occupying our comfortable huts. However, the only thing to do was to wait paUenUy untlLthey cleared out i , It Was Well Worked and Completely Fooled General Bingham. General John A. Bingham was a member of tbe military tribunal that tried Mrs. Surra tt and the Lincoln assassination conspirators. After the trial In the subsequent debates in the bouse General B. b Butler frequently charged that the commission bad arrived at an unjust verdict and had convicted an Innocent woman. In a memorable debate be boldly proclaimed that If tbe contents of a diary which had been found on the dead body of J. Wilkes Booth were ever made public It would disclose the fact that It contained the proof of Mrs. Surratt's innocence, which proot had been Infamously suppressed by the commission. When General Bingham made a movement as though be would repel such an accusation. Bntler dramatically drew a memorandum book from his breast pocket and held It aloft but did not utter a word. Bing ham naturally supposed that Butler had a copy of a diary such as be had spoken ot As a matter of fact the book contained nothing but blank leaves. General Butler was Just bluffing. The diary was In possession of Sec retary Stanton, but President Johnson finally demanded It It was an interesting book, but It threw no light upon the great conspiracy. Milk and. Popped Corn. Because he knew his patient tbe doc- -' tor was not at all ruffled when she exclaimed: "But I can't doctor; it is no use talk ing, I Just can't I hate milk. I can't drink It I will take any kind of med icine yon wish me to, but I cannot swallow sweet milk." "Very well, he said soothingly. Then be opened the door, and from tbe kitchen there drifted In the smell of popping corn. "Who Is popping corn?" she asked. "Tour nurse." said the doctor. Half an hour later be persuaded her to taste a spoonful of milk "Why, that's not so bad after all. she said. "What did you do to it?" "Soaked that popped com u It said he. "Gives It nn entirely different taste, doesn't It? Sweet milk's bitterest enemy Is bound to say It is drinkable after It has soaked up the essence of popped corn for ten or fifteen min utes." New York Sun. A Handsome f Persian Lamb V V7 Given Away by f A A 1 h 0--? t MrsJJiBarlow&Co Now on display at Richmond Millinery Cos 5tore A coupon given with each purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat. Lvery 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 Have You Sold YOUR TOBACCO? Prices on All Grades Much 5tronger We are Ready to 5erve You Open Day and Night BEST LIGHT foe Galey Vlarfc BEST SERVICE 8-- 4, Here are some of our recent sales: 12 1-- 2, 17, 16 1-- 4, 20. 15 1-- This crop averaged $15.82. 7 1-- 2, Bogie 11 13 1-- 2, 4, 14 3-- 4, 8, 7 1-- 4 ott's. Fret s Dam To Look As Good ts and $20 to $40. war-u,w- iv .4 - jrr d9. Evening Schools. Evening schools owe their existence to the Rev. Thomas Charles, wbo about 1811 set up one at Bala. Wales, which proved to be quite successful. In 1839 or 1840 tbe Euglisb BlsDop Hinds strongly recommended such schools for poor adults, who. on account of en forced labor, bad no chance to secure an education. The idea was taken in hand by the British privy council In 1SC1, and from that date evening schools began to bo considered seriously. At tbe present time they are numerous throughout Great Britain. A Repulsive People. The Inhabitants of Dutch New Guinea America and many other leading naaro not an attractive race. "The na tions. New York American. tive woman," says Dr. Eric Marshall. the explorer, "drags tip the children, Here Is A Remedy That WUl cuts the firewood, brings In the sago. Core Eczema works the canoes, occasionally proving her skill as a warrior in the family "We Prove and village quarrels, and always comWhy waste time and money experi ing off best with ber tongue. She Is usually content with a strip ot bark menting with greasy salves and such. cloth. When in mourning she dis- trying to drive the eczema germ from penses even with this. Tha male sex underneath the akin whenH. L Perry predominates, and most of tho men guarantees Zemo, a clean liquid prepara have to bo content with one wife. On tion for external use to rid the skin of the death of a man tbe widow, clad the germ life that causes the trouble? like Eve, but as ugly as Satan, crawls the itching around the grave, walling and chant- - One application will relieve and often times one bottlo is sufficient Ins. performing weird movements with arms and body, which may or may not to cure a minor case of eczema. In over 2,000 towns and cities in bo meant for dancing. "Pall Mall Ga America, the leading druggist has the zette. agency for Zemo and ho will tell you Blue Tits Love the Bta of tbe marvelous cures made by this Bees have enemies of various kinds clean, simple treatment Zemo is rec like tbe rest of creation. Every one as the cleanest and most popu knows that many birds are insectiv ognized lar treatment for eczema, pimples. orous, but ail Insects do not form the food of any one suedes. Tbe bird dandruff and all other forms ot skin or wnTth has formed a taste for bees la scalp affections whether cn infant or the bine tit and If a pair of these dis- grown person, win you try a Dottle oa cover a suitable nesting place In the our recommendation? neighborhood of an apiary it Is sur Perry's Drug Store. prising how many bees will be carried off to satisfy them and tbelr young. For Sale. Generally tbelr work Is mostly felt have several rood building lots for I where queeB raising la extensively In BreclC dulged la, for queens and drones being sale located on Lancaster and largest and slowest oa tbe wing form Ave. Location, drainage, ect, the very a desirable and easy prey. Agricul- best. Most desirable for apartment house or living residence. Any one in tural Economist terested in purchase please call on th Ua to HI fXsrisW owner, Mrs. D. 1L Bright or her son, A merchant la a small tewa was Dr. Bright tf abost to become bankrupt for the ser accoHHt-an- ts SALEi-Neresidence in Bur FOR enth time. He- called Is tbe to go over his books. Waea they nanwood. tf J. Stone, bad finished they told blaa be woald be able to pay 3 cents on the dollar. For5ate. . A. troubled toefc came over ta ssr-One 4 cylinder, 4 passenger Automci ehast's face. "Heretofore," b said, "I bare always paid 10 ceata oa the bile, first class running order, good re& dollar, agd. I'll do it now. be anroM soa for selling. This asacfaine baa oalj as a benevolent stalle ererspeead ata been run 3500 sites. Call oa or adre of my owa tec. "I'll pay tbe cast Ike Gktswr, MMkr Bros. Co. PKfc" KT7b4?'s. iWison fobacco Warehouse Incorporated Co, L. & A. Depot Richmond, Ky YOU Interested in Lumber, Lath, 5hingles, Doors; 5ash, Etc If so, see Todd-Edwards ARE It, Lumber Co. contr Mau Phone 100 s oni4 Richmond, Avoid Danger "When you are sick, or suffering from any 0? tbt troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Car-and successful remedy tor woqui, that men. Thousands of "women have used Cardui aad been benefited. "Why not you? Don't take any d chances. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, remedy, for women of all ages. vvell-Kiiowii oft-tra- - w CARDUI It -- W1U Help Yon j e-- t s I EUventhr-A- ny aak of eolrttuoa, vfaatwaor malt ltt itt the City of aUluMMt, Ky., wtadiutltf ! pmn end For Sale. Few thowaawl tcead had Uriek. .Headway JcXaia, I s JO aisssr- " tt Cmr . LiMtas.-iKy- ; Vanm. RrwWlrill Term.. wtHmt flbr fell tarn of life, d trii MM YaG& I iritbout relkf. I ImkI piM ail over mj hodj mad t tonjM I eooid 1 took Uwtrm ad new l cm t my icsarorx. i aot lit ire. At 14 I liate told many Ud tbmi Cardu nd i TMrm mffarad with tb lt J. to Own HcKws, D. Kh- - .?&Us AT ALL BSH0 - i Ji ... 1 ii Sterlin Clothes 'ARE f he Richmond Climax. " j" KHIS8E0 -HER! WEMHAT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White Pros, and Mgr. . V , Scc'y-Trea- s. stove ii. vaagnij- Bfsitr.f KENTUCKY - Editor THE BEST .PRESS ASSOCIATION CLOTHES Bench Tailored "Wear EIGHTH DISTRICT PUbS!ERS LEAGUE. Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade $1.00 'FEB YEAB JK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR. 1 1911 50 years experience the factory guarantee in Sheriffs Sale For Taxes J910 of Land and Town Lots sheriff of Mad if on county, Ky., will offer ar- public sale in front of the court houso door in Richmond on McCord, - suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from . D. A. and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Hats Fine Line New Style Monday,March6tM911 (court day) between tho hours of 10 a. m., and 0 p. m , the following; property to pay tho taxes assessed against same for year 1910: Baker White List J W (nr) ltwonlot Hush Joe 2 town lots Myers Robert H. 1 town lot ' $ 3.00 17.70 5.C0 Nelson Ed T 15 acres land 12.80 Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Stanifer Mrs. Florence 1 town lot 10.40 Robt. R. Burnam, Jr. Robt. R. Burnam Building on Second Street Taylor Pendleton 27 acres land 3.55 opp. Court House Terrill Robort N. 1 town lot 18.40 RIOPMOND, NO 2 Bybeo Albert 1 town lot 7.35 Collins " Jerry 1 3.25 Dunn David 2 town lots 21.80 " Fox Mark 3" 4.C0 ATTOBNaYAT-L. Jones Miss Elizabeth 1 town lot 2.95 Robinson E. M. 17 " " KENTUCKY aiOHMOND. 5.25 McKcnna Mrs. Kate 1 town lot C.90 'race over tate Bank & Trust Co. op " White Jolm 4" 3.00 Mooro Roland S. 1 town lot 5 00 Tfiife ( 'onrt Mouse, on Main Street ELLISTON No 5 Osborn Mrs. Tommio 180 acres land 1 Announcements 3.90 town lot 174.95 Broaddus Jim 5 acres land FOR SHERIFF " 3,35 Powell Tye 2 town lots 4.C5 Cornelison Ed 1 " We ore authorized to announce ELMER Graduate McKItllpp Vetei tni liege " Mr Farmer: Make your home as mode n for your family ts a city re t DEATHEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Rice Wm. 1 town lot 3.90 13.20 Chenault Wade 7 " ot Chicago. Ill county, subject to the action of deace and place yoarseH in a position to get the latest market quotations " Renfro & Cos (nr) 1 town lot 2.30 party 2.25 Dunson Luther 35 " any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, w b c democratic We are authorized to " 3.90 0.20 Edwards George 2 " yea and year neighbor can t for a sam that is email compared with the ben IsALDWIN a candidateannounce JOHN E. Thomas Luther 1 town-lo- t for Sheriff of Mad-Docounty, subject to the action of the rower Thos. B 1 town lot 5.00 5.00 Ellispn Andy Hi " Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro nearest office or write direct to headquarters flts received. Call or addrebs-oaOffice at J. R. Azbill's Stable KaaanWe. feaBessee. for information regarding our special ''Farmers' Line' .democratic party. Wilcox David S. 1 town lot 4.75 cerles. You will save 10 cents on every Office Phone 99 ) 7.25 Elmore Hizle(nr) 35" .B present you are sot enjoying telephone service, we can immedlstety I jAJks rate If at Res. Phono 532 f Richmond, Ky " Harris Emily 37" forSheifiBdi 3.50 dollar. FOXTOWN NO 3. tf Oar ll nee over the States ot Kentnckv Tennessee. Mississippi cu?y. subfert the artiof tie Demo " Jackson Susan 4 " 2.75 I era tic party. Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois Lewtsiaaa and the Bowman Jonah 10 acres land 9.15 " Oldham Jerrett 1 " SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE 2.90 Bolin James 4 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated We are EDWARDS, ton announce BENJA-MI- Chnppell Henryacres land land 4.75 RoystohAgeline20" authorized " 3.25 F. (nr) 42 acres candidate for Sit 13.05 " Smith Iko 7.C0 Derintendent of Public Schools of Madison SURVEYOR 47" Building 14.75 in county, subject to the action of the Demo Forbes Henry 49 acres land " 143 " Todd Andy 11.45 cratic party. Madison County Court soncage ot tiioso its patron needing ser Grubbs Marian 25 acres land 0.75 1" Floor Todd L. L. 1 0.85 FOR JAILER "January Term Jan. 2nd, 1911. vices of a competent man. Address, UNION NO 4 Weare authorized toannounceMORGAIC TAYLOR a candidate for lallp'..i Madison Adams pLADE NO. 0 (Colored) RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. " Court mot & O. J. W. 1 acre land 2.S0 county, subject to the action of the Demo Bogie, Luoinda 14 acros land 2.90 Hon; W.'R. Shackelford Judge presiding cratic party, Doty Robert Sr. 25 acres land That' all we cany. Whether iff s 23.25 staple, Hte euear, or a fancy table deliFOR ASSESSOR 2.15 Elliston Amos Sr. 20 acres land 10.10 Bronough. Nancy 9 " cacy, Mte imported cheese, we have it, John' A: Mershon and 405 others We are authorized to announce W. F. "." Ballow, Fred 1 sad ia a qmy absolutely dependable. , 3.25 JAKJ1AK a candidate lor Assessor of Mad Fielder Robert 0 acres land 3.00 JiTery product that eaten thii store ison county, subject to the action of the " '5.15 On Petition vs order. Brooks Charlston 13 " Xnvst stand rigid examiaation. ELLISTON NO 5 Democratic party Bcq article U chosen from many " Will buv or sellvour house. Burdotte. J T. 23 " 7.05 It fippearing to the court that the braads offered, because it hat proved FOR COUNTY CLERK Abner J. Tevis 2 acres land 4.25 Baxter, Arthur 15 " it saperior merit. i.40 writtjm petition filed herein was and; is farm town lots or anv thing We are authorizf d to announce LaRue C. Alexander Bach brand competes for preference, Irvine 30 acres land 4.95 Bennett, Mary House a candidate for Countv Clerk nt " " 1 3.50 slgnnil bya number of "legal voters of else in the Real Estate line. end nose gains a place oa our sheltcj Madisoncou nly. subject to the action of Barrett Stove Sr., 50 acres land 4,00 TKAOK MAJUt if it fails to measure tip to oar high party gs, Arch 3" 3.G5 the, cjty of Richmond, Ky. democratic standard of quality. ,viz. 370 legal Any business intrusted to Burns, Henry 30 acres land 4.S0 Bronough, Chae. 5 " One of the recent successful contest-cat- s " 5.20 voterji' equal to and in oxcess of 25 per him will be promutlv and for representation ia our line is Cornelison J. Reed 40 acres land 8.75 Campbell, Alonzo 1 " " 3;?5 cent t f tho number of votes cast at the carefully Crutcher David W. 20 acres land attended to. See 3.90 Chenault, Bon " " 1 . A r. last ejection in said city, as has been him if his services are need r.n -j f " " 1 Duuson, Geo. heretofore in this case ordered and ad Many Cathartic Tend to Cause Crawford a. j. (nr) 1 town lot 8.50 Ely, Belle " " 2 3.90 judge, 1, camo tho voters on this next ed. Eager Mrs. Bonnie (nr) 75 acres land 8.50 Injury to the Bowels. "We represent iron " i Farris, William JL7 7.25 regulj x term of Cour Insurance Companies bound 4.95, If you are subject to constipation, you uentry John 20 acres land Farris William 1 " 3.00 rethe filinj; of their pe4.05 Farris, Oris should avoid strong drugs and cathartics. Gentry David 2 acres land " " 0 a smooth and daintv blend 6.15 tition; on July County Court day for this member this. flf selected, highland grown beans the 4.50 Francis, S,am They only give temporary relief and Hunter Wilgus 24 acres land 1 1 2.90 couniy.'and deposited with the Judge of oarltet's choicest. 5.15 Fife, nut jin YOVK their reaction is harmful and sometimes Hal! John W. 30 acres land process of " 2 and The Electa Alox 3.90 this court the sum of 8140. this being preserves the genuine coCee ITS &35 Fife, Jonah more annoying than constipation. They King J. W. 4 acres land 2" 3.00 the amount fixed by tho said court as flavor and improves it. 2.30 Gridcr, Dave in no way effect a oure and their tenden Lakes Mrs. Ida 50 acres land " 1 Ia using Electa Coffe too are sure of 4:55 suuicisnt to pay for posting and print .tiH action taai in the finest oaamv 2.30 Gentry, Simps cy is to weaken tho already weak organs Lakes Dan (nr) 23 acres 3" 5.75 ing advertisements as provided for in weald make lUecta worth more itseif Lakes Sanford CO acres land C.40 with which they come in contact. than other caSees. Harris, Sarah 2 Now is 3.00 local option elections, for the fees of the call Compare it with any yon ever drank 3.00 Miller, Mose A Share of Your We honestly believo that we have the Lakes Curtis 25 acres land 3" 2.90 clerk of this court and for his sorvices twfere. You'll like the rousing flavor " McGuire Wm. 25 acres land 3.90 Miller, Smith best constipation treatment ever devised. 5' " crd tee rteriocs areas. 5.35 herein, and for necessary expenses is of 6.40 Miller, William Our laith in it is strong that we sell it aialicote is. 05 acres land 1 ". 2.10 special reeistration and the holding of Norris Chas 20 acres land 4.30 Miller, Ike on the positive guarantee thit it shall " 1 4.15 said election, which said sum of money 3.35 Martin, Sarah not cost the user a con t if it does not give Powell Frank 1 acre land " 2" 3.50 the said County Judge accepted and fuel 13.C5 Martin, Wm. Hrs 3 Ask entire satisfaction and completely rem- Powell F. J. 50 acres land " " 2.25 now aticepts as full and complete com Rose Frank 30 acres land 2.30 Miller, Mariali edy constipation. This preparation is " 2" He Will Appreciate It 2.25 piianci) wun tne statute in such cases will give 2.3Q Moran, called Rexall Orderlies. These are Rogers Cynda 40 acres land Frank 5.15 made itnd provided and it further ap He represents the Best Firo Insurance Stivers J. W. 1 town lot 13.75 Mnupin," Robert 14 " prompt, soothing and most effective in 5.05 pearing to tno court that all legal stops-- Companies in the business and guaran 8.70 Moran, Jake action. They are made of a recont Swinford Frank 1 town lot " 2" 1.15 neccsstry to have a voto in the city of tees sausiaciion 5.' chemical discovery. Their principa Stovens R. A. 10 acres land Moirn, Ed 2 town lots 10.80 Richmond, Ky., on the proposition 2.90 Newman, Henry 21 acres land ingredient is odorless, tasteless and color loung Margaret 7 acres land 5.75 whethlir or not spiritous vinous, malt or less. Combined with oiher well known " Poyton, Frank Live 1 GLADE No 0. 3.05 other intoxicating liquors shall (White) be sold ingrcdionts, long established for their 1 " Rice, Ben 3.50 bartered or loaned in said city, Asberry James H. 25 acresland and it TO 3.90 Scott, Joe I" usefulness in the treatment of constipa 2.90 W. M. 50 acres land " 5.15 Shearer. John 5" 3.95 further appearing that the petitioners tion, it forms a tablet which is eaten Alexander Alexander Henry 55 acres land 4.75 and tliu defendant aro willing and hayc 5.1 Shearer, Mnriah 12 list like candy They may be taken at 1 4.93 agreed', subject to the approval of the Azbill Elizabeth 1 town lot 7.45 Shearer, John time, either day or night, without G Stone, family 2.25 court, .hat the election heroin be Bush Margaret 20 acres land called union Stock-Yar2.00 Shearer, Beard" 1 Cincinnati, 0. 5.15 for of their causing any inconvenience March the 3rd, 1911, it is now ac Brock W. S.5 acres land 12.8, Tribble, Troy 1 3 20 what ever. They do not gripe, purge And receive the highest market price 2 Burnell W. J. 19 acres land 3,20 cordingly orderod and adjudged that 5.15 Vaughn, Allen We big nor cause nausea. They act without 2.30 the sheriff of Madison county Kv., open as we are the largest order buvers on BurnellJasper 14 acres land 5.75 Walker, Darcus 1 causing any pain, or excessive looseness Walker, Peter 10 3.05 a poll St each and all voting places . Yellow Burdotte & Parkes 50 acres land in the Cincinnati market. 2.50 Wnlker, Robert 1 3.05 said of the bowels. They are ideal for child city on Friday, March the 3rd, 1911, Cornelison Elizabeth 02 acres land 4.10 White, Pete 9 4.85 ren, weak, delicate porsons and nged W. NORRIS White, Somira 8 Caldwell John C. 1 acre land 2.90 for tho, purpose of taking the sense of . 0.40 people as well as for the most hearty oct 3mo White, Robert 19 7.05 the legiil voters of said city, who aro Coyle T. J. (nr) 2 town lots 8350, person. They come in two size packages, 25 5.05 qualified to vote at elections for county Clark Mrs. Emma(m) 1 town lot 4.80 White, Rhoda 12 tabets 10 cents, 30 tablets 25 cents KIKKSVILLE No 7. officers; upon tho proposition whether or Carter Miss Lucy 1 acre land 7.25 EE Remember you can obtain them only Yours for Best Eliza 5 acres " land " Deal 2.40 not spiiitous. vinous or malt liquors or Daniels Thos. 0 acres land 8.85 at The Rexall titore. H. L. Perry Rich Dailey Mrs. "" Baxter Edna 2.30 other intoxicating liquors shall be sold Minnie T 1 town lot 2.90 Baxter Ed 30 i mond, Ky. ""' 10.10 1 townJot Fowler H. H. 5.75 Ballew Frank 7 " " 3.30 barte'ed or loaned in said city, Flannery W. F. (nr)Mown lot 2.30 3.00 Brooks Kittio 1 " ", it is further ordered that a special 3.90 registration in and for the city of Rich Gay Frank 50 acres Ifjhd, 1 town lot 8.D0 Denny Rodes 1 lown lot 'f " Miller Lucinda 4 2,90 Golden Mrs. Martha A. Ky., bo held on Friday, February 13.40 Miller Mattle 1 " " 2.30 mond, cordomted Huff John 3 acres laud " 5.50 Poyton Ben " 4 "5.15 tho .l7tli, 1911, for the purpose of and to " " Harrison J. G. 17 acres, land l'lot 11 40 PrewittJohn 21 7.05 enable (hoso persons entitled to vote in Successors to Ed. Blanton & Co. , . rr i t ' Parkes James 2 " 3.00 tho afofpsaid election whose names , 15.05 tiaiu. nv. i lown Jot ' have " " Turner Tom 8 5.15 not A. Hgltzclaw D. P. (nr) l town lot beai recorded, on the registration 7.30 I . MILLION No 8.tit sr. vur; l town iJOl book atjtho olection last proceeding tne 12.00 T 1 I uiica ii. f t Finn Green 1 town HilrThos. 71 acres land 7.1 3.90 said March the 3rd, 1911 to register and FOR SALE BY 23 . 7.G5 to Lamb"' 170116 20 acres land I will gladly 4.45 Fife Charlie 1 acres land enabe those persons who havo re in Nowby Bud town lot 3.00 Lester Mrs. L. O. 1 town lot jrom their precincts to another A. 5.95 bmitn John 8 acres lanif 17.25 moved Bring Murphy Jesse 10 acres land 5.75 Williams James 8 acres land 3.00 precinci in tho city, to have their regis FIRST STREET Murphy Jesse 10 acres land 2.90 tration cancel in thoir old and to regisD. A. McCord, M. Parkes John 20acres ter andjv in thoir proper precincts COO n mu mi re vv.. poweji wm. 50 acres land " 3.90 .. Do you know that of all the minor all. ana for all other purposes allowed by at public sale at 10 a. m. Powell Sam 2 acrcsTahd 2.00 ments colds aro by far the most danirer law. THe Sheriff of Madison county will N. South Bound. Pigg Wm. H 20 acres land Ibis special registration and 4.55 ous? It Is not tho cold its solf that vou advertis I Preston John E. (nr) 19 acres land 5.05 need to fear, but tho serious diseases tnis election, as he is by Jaw required to "0 dl Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives prices will that it often leads to. Most of them are little for it Purkey Wm. CO acres land 'andDeparts 12:03 a. m. 3.90 known as germ diseases. Pneumonia advertis) it. and he will open tho proper t. on the premises, tlie llich- - Powell J. F. (nr) 41 acres land 15.35 ana consumption are among thorn. Why voting tlacesineach of the said--preNo, 71. Richmond to Stanford. Denot tako Remedv cincts of the said city and causo the 0 parts 0:30 a. m. mond Steam Laundry, con Rittor Thos V. 0 acres land euro your cold while vou can? Fnr swim rcg in Robinson G. S. 1 town lot 17.45 ana ny sirauon ana election to be held No. I. Versailles to Bcattyville saio Stockton & Son. Junct. sisting of boiler, engine and Richardson R. L. 1 acre land oy uuiy nppomted and qualified elec33.80 Arrives 9:50 a. ml Departs 9:53 Firo, Life, Accident and Health Insur tion officers in said voting precincts as VariOUS kinds of laundering Skinner W. M. 20 acresland 3.C5 No. J7. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar B. B. Million, W: M. Iblnnncr Dan M. 30 acres Land B. R. Black TTthphinprvr nnfl nnnnr-fennnn7 Go anco in the very best old lino Companle far as hll dutv o nnrl initio mnnnA. . fnr! .i " .mw uiauuci RICHMOND rives 11:02 a, m. Departs 11:34 a. m 1VC1N 7. G acres land Wm. S. Broaddus, AkU . . Settle Stella f, 15.85 and fortf,! required by law. M in, nlnnhtMAn " Ulfll;umw mi111 U1BI,UB uuereu 6?eaQ0 Laura (nr) 4 a0rcs Und No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville 5.00 W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. C. Ten-il- l Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. oiiio 5 acres land. separately men as a whole "Notice.3.00 .carefully State of 'ffontucky i . AH old 3.35 No. 27. Richmond to Louisvilln via My thoroughbred. Jersey-- ' bulf-.w- il and sold to the burliest bid- - Todd JoeI County it Madison Set. in Waddell D. G. land 3.90 make season at my "place on Lancaster Rowland. Departs 1:05 . m. , K. hi Terrill Clerk of tho Madison der. At the Same time and Wilson George 06 acres land 33 acres 3.90 pike at 81.50. County C'fourt do hereby certify that the No. 3. "Versailles to Beattyvilla June place a lease On the building Wilson Geo. W. 1 acre land 3.15 28-4- t fo'regpinj; is a true and completo conv Butler Carrier. Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs2:00 p.m -. ., ,i 5.15 running until December 3lst, wmiams w. a. 1 town lot or ine onier entered in order boon A 1st No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysyjlle to Stan- I" Woosley Mrs. Sallio 13 acres land 3.50 page C3lJln the case of John A Mnr.).nn 1911 will be offered for sale. For Sale. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs Wynn Fannie 8 acres land 3.50 Big values at little prices to help I have a splendid carriage for sale. and 405 ethers on petition. 7:25 p. m. Terms announced at sale. u oodall Harry S. 1 town lot 7.05" Brewster, jn fine condition, it is a a de- Witne; ? my hand this 3rd day of Jan- reduce household expenses. Per 5c North Bound Kight is reserved to reject KIRKS VILLE No, pot "wagon, carry four or flvo people. It uary 101 you can buy many items that ordinNo. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrl Bogie Julius 1 acre land 8 0130 has both summer and winter any and all bids. R. B. Terrill Clerk arily sell for a dime. side doors, For 10c you and Departs 4:10 a. m. &y D. Tevis Uuguely 1L20 poie anu shafts. 1 also have a sot of D. Q Previlege is reserved to Fish Wm. S. 1 town lot get Values worth up to a quarter. No. iu. btaniord to Cincinnati and 4.75 hand made carriage harnoss and a large swi tae aoove privately at I PullinsMrs.Clyde2 "Maysville. 7.20 entle harness horse all of which I will . Arrives 0:20 a. m. in tinware, The ui bersigned Sheriff of Madison is any time prior to sale. Rhodus John l I Departs 0:25 a. m 8.90 sell worth tho money. 111 County i in compliance with the fore No. 2. Beattyville Junct. to Torsailles. T "FT m?.AW A.Vnoa Ross Alex 30 11.40 Dr. Clarence H. Vaught. line. going ordj jr of tho Madison County court Rhodus Catherine l.i- " 2.30 Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 a-open the )olls at the various voting Turner Chas. S. 220 "I suffered habitually from cohstioa- 03.00 cincts in Louisville to Richmond via Ky., on the 3rd day No. Taylor R. S. 20 cutlery, etc and every price mark.. .r 10.10 iion. uoan's Reeulets rali-vonnA of March, oooines licumg skiu. iicais cuts or Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. lorthepurposo stated in ed in plain figures. you buy your irongtneneel the bowels, so .that thev MILLION No 8. burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec said order in obedience to said order. No. 38. Kndxville to Cincinnati. Ar "-household goods here, you'll SAVE E. The undesigned will alsooDon a sneoiol zema, salt rheum, any itching. Doan's Burtons' Woodson Heirs 20 acres 3.55 nave oeen regular ever since. A. rives' 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. nr. Burton Wiley 15 acres land MONEY 5.0i uavis; Grocer, Sulpher Springs, .Tex. Ointment. Your drujrirest sells it registratijii on Eebruary 17th. 1911 for P070-- ' Stanford to Richmond. Arrives Bolser Jacob (nr) 1 town lot 2 30 Its poor policy to wait untill a:uu p. m. the parpd to 01 permitting an persons - 3.55 BurcessJSam 1 town lot lire to begin thinking about Insurance. legally au) Siorized to register as speci- - No. 4. Beattyville Junct. to Yea!iiM Foster Robert 1 acres land 3.90 Do.lt now. We write the best ooIiciM fled la sal l order so Arrives 3:45 p. bi. Departs 3:48 n.ra that said election Floyd Mrs. Dora 15 acres land 2.20 f can be hel a as In said order directed. No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar. Dan H. Breck. Faln's Mrs. Sallie Hrs 15 acres land 4.10 Real Given untj fcr my hand as sheriff this 11 and Departs 5:1 p. m. W. Htm Heninsn Joe 2 acresland Buik .4.65 For Oldham BfriW No's 31, T; U. 37. a. ME. as m dyo.Jaa uwry, 1911. Howard Jolm J. I tows let' ' Dally xnioB. No's 71. 1. 2l fl. in 4 05 ' Lot. Bureamwood 70x170' D. A. McCORD. Third Ky ' 4, daily Suoda.y, Ky X. K. STONE 8fariC of Madkoa Couaty. 3. P. BtXaXE, Am. J. B. Stouff Rural Telephones g-r s Hill Mrs. Elizabeth 5 ntyes land 0.05 Danjol 8 . , " " 5.15 Hughes Alonzo's Hrs. "9 ' . " 3.00-K"' Hendren Squire 1 155.10 River Poplar Co. 5 " 5.15 " King Wesley 10 4,95 Ledford J. B. rtown loi r0.(S) Land Sallio 17 acres land 3.25 LoweryWm. Jr. 1" " 3.25 Lowrey Wm., Sr. . " "2.90 - ' '- Parrish Frank 1 2.90 Quisenberrr.Johnl town lot ' 3.55 Quaint Wm,' nr) " " Rehfro Mrs. Bailie's Hrs. 101 acres 13.45 0.90 Taylor James 1 ibwn lot ' 0.00 Wfiitaker Alva 2 acres land Richmond No 1. .Colored. S 2.25 Benton Emma (nr) 1 town lot. -I " Breck Belle " 4.00 Burnam John C. (nr) 1" '"' 4.95 Ballard Sq. nrs. " 1" 2.75 Crutcher Lizzie " 3,35 Covington Sara Hrs 1 " 1 " 18 55 ClayLlzzio 1 hero land 3.40 Chambers Geo. 4.00 Fife Mary E 1 town lot Fox Mark 4 acres land 4.50 Hogan James (nr) 1" town lot 5.10 " 1" 3.40 Hill Wyatt 1" 0,20 Irvine Joo Sr. " Maxborry Cassie (nr)l " 5.70 1" MundayWm. 5.35 ' Muhday'Ann 1" 2.45 Martin John (nr) L " 3.35 " Muncy Sallie 1" 2.15 1" Phelps Jennie. 8.10 " Palmer James Sr. 1 " 5.10 Rodes David & children 1 " 4.45 Stone Minerva Hrs. 1 ', " 3.45 1 " Smith Cassio 4.45 ' 1 4.95 Smith Scott ' 1" Todd James O. 5.C0 " Turner Mattiev: 1 ' 2.25 Walker Thos. Hrs. 1 " 3.40 White Robtffnr) 1 2.25 1" Wells Ellen 3.40 FOXTOWN No 3. Colored Chenault Charlie 7,acres land 5.15 Chenault Wyatt 11 acres land 0.95 Hopewell Lodge No 8. 1 town lot 2.30 Langford Green Hrs. 40 acros land 0.00 Robinson Mary Hrs. 21 acros land 2.S5 UNION No 4. Collins Henry 1 acre land 2.30-Hugbe- y. Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. The Northwestern Motual Uie In eat ftdrertluBg ia :&m A WcHytterftil Display of? Handsome paper is Ha bytcg ts unlock your bars door villi your wife's batpla. " ley. You've got & wresf surance, uo., win lean money ai o per cent interest on good improved farm landa on Mortgage. Apply to J. C. Chenanlt, Atty. Richmond, Ky. C-- China, Glassware, Queensware and many beaQtiful designs in Jardiniers, Ffcftvers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers' come in now. and see this' exclusive display - AJrarrfcgutLe key to tLe Lora et pleatv. Wo wast to putyoa at tie big esd of tLa kom. Our ad. ratss' fit your pane. Our patCatf bring! & mosey to your door. (CoprrUM. net, br TT. X VJ J. R. Pennington Dentist. Office next door to Government build Sewell & McKinney 140-14- 2 ing Richmond, Ky. North Second Street 1 Dr Robt Office Tiio wise man carries both life and firo insurance. Dan H. Breck has t- -f he 'oest police. Djin H. Breck, life, firo and accident ins u, ranee. tf. ; Dentist C Boggs Telephones 6 and 223 Telephon 1 267 in Oldham Buiiaing Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords R, Emmett Million Huccessor to Unrein & Denny Eggs For 5ale. -- I ,havo for sale Brown Leghorn and Baried Plymounth Rock eggs. Setting 15 cj;gs, 91. Also few pairs beautiful andspopular African geeso, 810 per pair. 1. ajn aiso agent lor tne ceieoratea Gypjiors Incubators, brooders.and Poultry i ppliances focds and supplies. 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. Clark Rice, R. D. "No. 3, Richmond, Ky. . Tel-ephi- Over State Bank- Trust Company TELKPiiONB H - DENTIST u Menu Watch Repairing Is a specialty to which we give special attention. No matter how much or how little the watch Is defective or damaged we tako particular pride in doing the work so the timepiece will be as good as or better than it when new. We do jewelry repairing and remodeling in the same way farryM Blanton, DENTIST nly H. L PATRICK ' DENTIST Dandruff and Itcbing Scalp Paint Lick, Kentucky .Crown, Bridgo Test us with some piece you cannot now use Yield to This Treatment. Why experiment trying to drive tho danCrutf eerm from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy when H. L. Perry Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo obtain ed ii any city or town in America and are lecognized the best and most econ omy al treatment for all e (lections of thejkin and scalp whether on infant or groijn persons. Ono shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dianduff and scurf. We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO 'SOAP and if not entirely" satisfied we will refund your money. hair-dresiii- and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER RICHMOND. KENTUCKY GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N Lawyers A Bur nam's Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented Di C H, Matnhart n Veterinary Surgeon FIRE, TORNADO BOND -- iMresty. :Qrder For Election H. e. DOTY, All Forms Office "Good Things to Eat" Second CAIX AND SEE THEM Douglas & Simmons' James & Hunley "THE Tust Received a Car Load of ELECTA COFFEE g Avoid Harsh Drugs t- after this dry-eari- Give DAVE FREEMAN lit Malleable Ranges IT at e and Telephone 35 Son Fire Insurance Business the time to and inspect this wonderful Range, which thousands of users declare the best on account of workmanship, small amount of used and unsurpassed cooking qualities. Richmond users. Don't forget that we What About .....That Leaky Roof...... lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Pine Consign Your Stock . 10.per cent Off for Cash on All Heating Stoves This Week Only C. C. Seal & Co ds have a hiekelford & Co. Telephone 33 Shingles a Square S. YouWant for your Blanton ondeton Lumber Co. Depot Assignee's Sa JKlCnmOna The Best Price bring to the Near L& lose sleep and stop eating an effort to please my customers. your me launary, Kicnmona Kentucky j " Oteam rli T, 1 - . o ba c c o it Near DOBROW5KY Hides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool pay the highest 5, C. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse L& Depot L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- March 6th, 1911, Ring phone 363 - Chambe-lain'sCoug- M. WIDES i ' rrr1". o r -- -- -- t-- Bargain Counter The New Economy 1 Our auctioneer get a more than any other, place. A competent force always on hand to handle you? tobacco the proper manner. Jones and are constantly attendance andusee that your interests are guarded. timers the tobacco husiness. My Specialties enameled ware, kitchen hardware, imported china, glassware, woodenware, brushes, Wall Paper Stock w - 3-5t -- r- If ri pu, complete and can furnish anything in this Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious people ' you-nav- 59 Hf ' 10 and 25c Store J. T. FEIRPELL Estate Agent Richmond, t-- Skpfcm Sa!, rib bopt W.L LEEDS Street -- 1 Richmond, j v g' IM ' ' 'J m1: nm TL. !1 'TS this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid colteetion of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. If Santa Claus Brings Furniture Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want for it is certainly here. Then you cnn tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted BENNETT and H I GG I N S New Spring Suits Shirts, Shoes, Hats, With Fine Assortments of Q Neckwear, Etc. UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Oldham BWg. Early Buying Insures Choice A Bargaia tf Big type Poland China boars, weight Richmond, Ky 100 to 115 pounds. T. E: Baldwin. Tbos. A. Shelton, agent for Burst Relative Dead Hone Insurance Co. Write me or phone Mr. Millard G. Brown has rire1vprt 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. 2 S.lyr the news of the death of his kinsman. E O'Roeke, who was killed in the Cheapest aeoMent insurance Dr Thomas' Eclectie OIL Stops the pain and terrible explosion at Smithville, Texas, railroad yards a few days ago. beak the weusd. All druggist sell it. Cook with Gas. Cheaper than Coal, For Rent Three rooms over store formerly occupied by J. B. Walker on Second street. tf Will Speak J. E. Meeter. D. D.. of St. Louis. will speak it the opera house this evenDr. and Overcoats Have Reached Lowest Prices Big Money Saved by Buying for Next Winter Winter Suits fTHE STORE FOR QUALITY Selections Found. Pair square. eoW speotaoles Call at this offloe. the Liquor Traffic." Everybody is in court house vited to attend. lr. Meeter is a prom i nent clergyman of St. Louis, and a force- rul speaker. ing on the subjeot, "How to Regulate Foley Kidney Pills. u Neutralize and remove the poisons To Louisville. that cause baokaohe, rheumatism, nerMr. Ed Blanton was in Louisville last vousness and all kidney and bladder week where he went to attend the anirregularities. They build up and restor nual meeting of the Retail Lumber the natural action of the vital organs. Dealers Association, of Kentucky. Mr. Sold by Stockton & Son. Blanton is one of the leaders among the membership and is recognized as one of You Need Us. the best posted lumbermen in the state. Notes, accounts or claims of any oollecled on percentage. Barred Rock Eggs For Sale. Monthly collections on fiat rate. Office I have for sale in any quantity Thomp Douglas & Simmons Building. son s strain Barred Plvmouth Rock The Richmond Mercantile Agency, eggs. Pce $1. for 15 eggs. Estimates if furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller, $50 Reward mch Riohmond, Ky. A reward ef $50 will be paid for inforHurry mation leading to the arrest and convic-Tio- n of any and aH persons guilty of buySupt. of County Schools, John Nol- ing and soiling votes at the Local Option and, has received the last check due the 3. Eiect Km. Friday. March teachers, the money arriving about ad. Local Option Executive Com. three weeks late. The oheok calls for i4,S00 and the teachers have been awaitAttention. ing its arrival with much expectancy. Subscriptions for the Louisville Timub It is here just in time for early spring are aue uuxt week. Be rendy when the hopping. collector oomes urouud. The excellent Well Recommended service of late should Mimulaic you to "The Flower of the Ranch," which pa) promptly. Willis Moores.vgtt. oomes to the opera house tomorrow evening, cornea well recommended. ManCook wiUi Gas. Cbuaper than Coa . ager Baxter received the following telegram from Bowlini; Green: "Many say Notice Red Boar best musical comedy ever played this I will stand ny Silver Creek olty. Good plot, oliorus excollent. They at my borne oa Big Iiill avenue at fuHy deserve the success they are hav ren- SI 00. Money due when service is ing." red. I have for sale seme nice shoals enough for service. Our Roy W. B. Turley The Enquirer says: "Roy Goklen.the Big Hill Ave. e j Zm Cardinal pitcher, is one of the few Clermont county, Ohio, boys in the national Public Sale On March 7th game. Roy goes to West Baden on f'r a fine blue grass farm, situated near March 4 to start training for the season. Harris' flat, on L. & N. railroad, about He has spent the winter on his father's 0 I 2 miles from Richmond, containing farm near Milford and is in grand con.17 acres. Also at same time will sell dition. It looks as if ho will make good s'...ck and farming implements. to a certainty." W. M. Hisle, R. F. D. No. 2, Richmond, Ey. New Miller Covington & Banks Circuit Court ComeS to a Close TodaV, ter a Grind of Three Weeks and Two Days The February term of the Madison Af--' lit Low Rates On account of the Southern Commer-oia- l Congress, which convenes in Atlan ta on March 8th to 10th, the L. & N. Teachers will sell reduced tickets for the round trip and several will take advantage of this otfer from Central Kentucky. President Taft is to be one of the chief speakers. . ' He's Tough circuit court will come to a close today, afier being in session for the past three weeks. Of course the dockot is well up, as Judge Benton keeps things on the move and tliero is positively no lagging or unnecessary continued cases. All last week was taken up with civil business. Ono of the most twisted cases that lias been on the civil docket in a lung timo w. s a suit of Beverley Broaddus asrainst B. M. Stagg(y which involved 100 bushels of corn. Prominent witnesses for both sides made the case so complicated that the jury was compelled to go to the corn crib of the defendant and examine, in order to arrive at- a verdict, which re turned to the plaintiff a quantity of corn he had sold the defendant. The latter was given the costs to pay in addition to $20.50 for a little over nine barrels of corn he had already received from the plaintiff. The jury gave a verdict of $150 against theadministratorof Dr. David Bennett in favor of Dr. Heath, who sought to recover $2000 for medical service rendered. The commonwealth had one case Sat urday, that of "Squire Williams," who was given a fine of $25 and 10 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons. The tax suit of Berea College was called, but was continued on motion of attorneys for both sides. Cook with Gas. his name as George M. county, was jailed Sunday evonlng by Sheriff McCord. after he had leisurely puffed away at a cigar- ette in the opera house during the local option speaking. A pair of brass kpuck-le- s were taken from him by the sheriff, and it is claimed ho used pepper from the balcony to annoy the occupants of the lower floor. When questioned ho said he was just here on a pleasure trip. Davis, of Jaokson Cook with Gas. a lad giving liam Park, whose death occurred several years ago. A devout member of the Christian churcn, she had been identified with Christian work since she was sixteen years of age and her life was full of good deeds and loving kindness toward all. Five children survive her, Merrill Park. Mrs. J. A. Turpin, James Park, Mrs. Clarence Brock, of Fayette j county and Thomas Park. The funeral Sunday morn-- i j services wore conducted ing at the Turpin home by E. C. Mc- -' Dougle and burial followed in the Park family burying ground. . Busy Man. Mat Cohen is a busy man. He was in Richmond iast Wednesday and Thurs day, having been summoned to the bed-siof his father-in-laCol. John Wagers. Mr. Cohen has been in twenty states and territories and also Canada since the first of the year, judging In horse and cattle shows. He goes to Fort Worth, Texas, next Wbek as the presiding judge at the annual Horse show. He came to Richmond from Kan sas City and left here Thursday afternoon for a two days stay in Columbus, de Home Again Grand Master Burnam, of Kentucky Masonry, and Grand Treasurer, Stock- too, of tho Grand Commandery, K. T., who have been at Alexandria, Va., on official business, returned Friday mush While away pleased with their trip. they visited Washington, but a determined effort to see the President proved Anyhow they were shown futile. around tha Capital by Senator Paynter, and bad a good time meeting prominent men from all parts of the country. Mr. Stockton never failed to let these he met know that Richmond would be In the Blue grass league this year with a winning team, and gave a general invitation to all the sokms to visit the leading city of the fourth class in Kentucky, at their earliest convenience. Ho was sorely disappointed that he eould not extend the invitation in person to President Taft. They brought home .a beautiful series of post cards of the lodge room, where Washington presid ed, which they distributed to their JAMES PARK Cheaper than Coat. Greene Here Mr. Robert L. Greene, of Frankfort, as in the city Saturday shaking hands Me is a with his numerous friends. candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of Court of Appeals, and is a sure winner. He is one of the be&t men in the state for the place, as he served for years as deputy in the oiike, There are as yet no other announced candidates, but it Is claimed that Wood son May, of Somersot, may enter the race. -e 5heep Money The sufferers from sheep killing dogs the past year will get about 85 per cent. on the dollar for their claims, as the number of claims exceeded the number of dogs by about 200. Each dog ,is assessed at $1 per head and there were but ,100 to pay off damnges to the amount of f 1,300. Madison was quite fortunate when it Is taken into consideration that there are thousands of sheep raised in this county. The dog list shows nearly 3,000 for 1011, and if the damages, hold about the same there will be enough to pay dollar for dollar. Cook with Gas. James Park was born in this county in July. 1839. and had lived an honorable life to a ripe old age His wife, who was Miss Margaret Denney, preceded h'm to tho grave many years ago. In him were manifested all the virtues of .true manhood, and while his life was one of quietness yet he always stood up boldly for what he thought was rignt. Four children survivo him: Mrs. Ira Park. Mrs. Shipton Park, Jr., Scott Park and French Park, all of this county. Funeral services were conducted by E. C McDougle Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest beside the nowly-mad- e grave of his HON. L. B. HERIUNGTON sister-in-lain the Park burying Who will shortly announce himself a ty. He is strong for a revision of the ground. candidate for tho Democratic nomina- present system of taxation and many Up 5alt River. Mr. Herring-to- n other excellent measures that he will tion for Representative. represented Madison in the last fight for, and ho has some force, too, on The boat will start up Salt River General Assembly, and his enviable tho floor of the house. promptly at six oclock p. m. Friday record on behalf of his constituents is March 3d. All "Wets" will be given well known to every person In the coun- free passage. No others need apply. the summ jr of her natural life and the sting of death coming at such a time Is all the more hard to understand. To those who know Miss Ann McKee, her death comes with unfeigned sorrow. Her demise oecurred last Saturday after noon at her home on West Main street, after a short illness of pneumonia. She was thirty two years of ago and a daugh ter of the late Owen McKee. Besides her mother, one brother, MrR J McKee, one sister Miss Lydia McKee, both of this city, survive. A woman of quiet, retir ing habits, modest, unassuming, of unflinching courage in the pursuit of her daily business life and absolute integ rity, she hold tho friendship of all who camo in contact with her life. Faithful to ever trust, she deservod and held the unbounded confidence and respect of one uiea as sne uvea, qmai-l- y, overyone. calmly, a lovely christian Character. Following the family lineage she was a strong adherent to the Catholic faith and her funeral services were conducted at St Mark's church. Monday morning. Rev. Father JoUn O'Dwyre, the pastor, officiating. The services consisted of Requiem High Mass, fol owed by Father O'Dwyro's beautiful romarks and closing with tho blessing of the corpse according to the custom of the church. The remains were taken to Lexington Monday afternoon, where they were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery, after prayer at the gravo. One of Madison county's oldest and heat known women. Mrs. Mary Crews Park, passed away last Friday afternrffin at 5 o'clock, at the home of her J. A. Turpin, near Brooks-town, in tho 75tlhyear of her age. Just twenty-fou- r hours after her demise, her brother-in-laMr. James Park, passed two away at the homo of his miles from Richmond on the tied tiouse pike. Mr. Park was 72 sears of agoand Was also an honored citizen of the coun ty. son-in-la- Ohio, Beats It Mayor Rice is gratified to know that the financial statement of the city of Resolution The following resolution was unani-n- : jusly adopted by the Christian church 5 Kirks ville. Ky.: Resolved. That the members of the r " nstian church at Kirksville and all opposed . ,Mtors present are absolutely t: Laving the saloon returned to Richmond. Mr. Joseph Ertel, of Pocahontas, Ills., Shouting and Whistling. It's all over now but tho "shouting". The "Wets" are whistling to keep up their courage. Boys, let's just make It unanimous. has arrived to take the position of head Mr. miller at the Zaring roller mills. William Carter, who has been holding down this position for a long time, has For resigned and will go to farming. some time Mr. Carter's health has become considerably impaired and he is seeking the open air life. Deaths Few deaths have been announced In ihia county that caused more widespread regret than that of James C. Lackey, whose sudden demise occurred latt Monday morning, about six o'clock, atj his home about a mile from Rich mond on the Lexington pike. Ho was in;hls sixtieth year, and a man whom everybody called A friend. Several days agj he was stricken with acute indiges tion, but his family were not aware oi hiji serious condition, as he was out in a fei? days and seemingly in tho best of hqillh. He was a son of the late An drew Lackey and had lived all ot his ifjjin Madison, serving as jailer two tems, following in the footsteps of his fajher, who was honored with the same off .ee many years before. Mr. Lackey was prominent in fraternal orders, being a llason, Elk and Odd Fellow ana sei-dejn missed a meeting. His jovial spir it tron for him friends unlimitod and 4o him a Donularity that it was hard for politics to defeat. His aged mtther. Mrs. Margaret Lackey, sur vives him, having roslded in Richmond fotlmany years. Besides his wife, who heljis survived by foursUters, Mrs J. D. Dijces, Mrs, H. C. Rice.Mrs. Lucy this city, Mrs. Otho Lyle.of Fqrd, and Mr. Jay Lackey, of Rich- of Cheaper than CoaL ' Lunch at The Polls. The, ladles of Richmond will serve hot coffeo ind lunch at the polls all day Friday. All who wish to assist please notify Mrs. Dave Biggerstaff, Phone 291, residence 220 N. Second street. Murray Will Ride Jons I: Sheriff McCord, never has much bard luck, so Be says, but when it does come Real Estate. it is pretty heavy. Last Wednesday his All persons desiring either to sell or fine Rex Arbuckle mare fell, while runrrchase land or other property or to ning in the pasture, and broke her leg. rr.e rentals of same will find it to their It was necessary to kill the animal as m erest to place the same with me as she was bevond medical aid. She was c a member of the National valued at $3,000. e Realty Co., of Washington, with 1 Co-opec-- CnBisTOPHEESOS, Minister. O. Heltos, Sec. Hard Ludc Attorney Murray Smith is the latest auto enthusiast in Richmond to invest in a 1911 car. Last week he purchased from the Citizen's Motor Car Company, of this city, one of its fast little 20 horse and he power Flanders, will enjoy the coming season with his nnw nurcliase. The abovo company is agent for this car in this locality. Take to the Woods. There are a few "Wets" still In town but they are fast taking to "the tall timber". By Friday March 3d there will be very few left and they will be ashamed to show their heads so the election will be declared unanimous for the "Drys". Cheaper than Coal. To Mobile. President J. G: Crabbe, of tho Normal chool. was in Mobile, Ala., last week attending the National Education As sociation. Kentucky was honored, with three speakers for the session of Friday afternoon, the 24th. Dr. Crabbe was leadorof tho Round Table discussion and prominent educators irom all over the country replied to different sections of tho interesting topic, which was, "A Story of Achievement and Endeavor to Supt. Coates was on the nrosrram. but on account of his duties . here could not attend. Coming In Madison county people in Florida are favoring their friends and relatives at homo with boxes of oranges and grape fruit. Just think of it. Letters from the land of sunshine say all are happy nnd well and havintr a great time. Did you over stop to think how many Madi son county people spend the winter in Southern climet And their stay away from home is made all the more happy by the weekly visits of the Climax. Cook with Gas. Cheaper than Coal. throughout the united states, Boosting iIrxico!and Cuba. Also my services as Secretary Culbertson, to President z r' ioneer may be secured by calling on Crabbe. of r p at my residence, No. 206 Third St., had Issued the Normal school, has just from the Climax job depart S. . Scott. H.cbmond, Ky. ment a large number of attractive post f ers, giving full details of the Summer f22-t- A Lie Nailed. The negro voters are being told many silly things, among which is this: that more negroes are arrested than white folks. This Is a falsehood. The police records show 170 white and 118 colored arrests for 1910 or 53 more whites than blacks. His School which begins in Juno. knowledge of the Normal work and keen Tiiey must be located on the pike of the m three to eight miles of the city. insight into every department is being constantly spoken of, by Mvtbe wbII imnroved. and must be school r od land. Payments will be cash - those who know, in a highly compli' mentary manner. Possession wanted just as soon as possi- The price must be right. If you Seems a Go New Machine n business and want to sell your The idea of .a tobacco manufactory r- -: jertv. Tlie opera house management has In- - fnr this countv is not just talk, but in communicate with me. Be .. . ....... bill... mnvmff J I j 1 r it f you want to sell stftiieat a urauu H""" i, It will take nml ihn films, no mat ' tt" i picture J. T. FERRIELL. this amount dis- about $50,000 to start it, and Riohmond, Ky. ter how old, are made clear and Oidham Building could be raised right here in Madison, tinct, A moving picture machine of f 15 the promoters will give other coun this type s one of the most delicate and but a chance to get n on the ground ties Tomorrow. must be handled with great care, hence much evening it requires the services of an expert.-Fe- floor" and will likely spend as V the opera house as $75,000. Prominent men in the coune patrons will have a chance to wilneis people realize what ability it remove. Mr. Kit Chenault a v cry lively and frivilous musical com- quires to operate a machine liko this ty behind the says it is easier to'do than pool the crop " t entitled, 'The Fiowrof the Ranch perfectly. of the county. T c i omany is a large one and comes w- are several Bright recommended. There Missing Looks . c SiPal numbers which are said to be Only a few dollars of the one thousand Another resident of the county has - cems The local coers are looking bis family to be raised by the new ball club re left home mysteriously and rvrard with much Dleasure to a real unsubscribed, and it is certain are wondering as to hh whereabouts. mains gxsu musical show. ihatthis amount will be forthcoming It Is Jesse Woodson kejley, wno nas Mr. James today, whloh is thelast day set for the been a tenant on the farm of Wyatt Here. Crutcheri'or the past year. Several President raising of this amount. beaator G. C. Wyatt, of Logan county, and his assistants are elated weeks ago he left home, ostensibly 1o body of was a member of the upper generous spirit shown by the come to town for some groceries, and tie legislature at the last sewieo, was in over the and all thai remains toward s has not been beard from siace. The cltfceas, and Mr,. mond Friday ia thWnterert of his prosperous year Is good weather. 1 here famtlV have been in dire straits fpr the Democratic aeaaina- been keening the wolf wMl be five directors appointed by th Uiurauv for CommlssioBer ol Agoeuuure-H- s from the door until last Wednesday, President this week, one for ecfe to - when relatives in Ohio were appeal good campaigner and a deep is a and the season will be handtaking citizen, bHtwi!l have Ibe raoe pMtmeet, the solieit- - anA the motbr and mw.11 ekiMrea were ta a systematic way. If cf bis life in an effort to efeat Hon. J. fed wvr r fi tattt QQMJgl ITT UM V W Newman, of YmkIHm, at ftmtA c-a- Two Farms Wanted. No Sunday Ball A special from Maysville s.iys: "The first step towards preventing Sunday baseball here this season was taken to day when seven preachers issued a set of resolutions, calling on the people to stay away from the games. Four pastors re fused to sign it The latter are Rev. Messrs. Fenn, Clarke and Haymere and Father P. M. Jones. Richmond and Maysville are the only towns in the Bluegrass league that will not play Sunday ball, if the Maysville people decide to "cut It out." King Is Lucky two-bodie- d, - mrn ,..,,, 2-- m -- Her-riBgt- ri--;d- sixrleg- The ued monstrosity of a mulekin, . which was foaled several days ago at Kingston and hroucht to the Azbill livery stable as a curiosity, will very likely make rich man out of Contractor Jesse King. Dr. Mainhart, who officiated at the birth of the monstrosity, was presented with the freak bv Mr. Azbill, the owner of the dam, but after receiving an offer 35.00 from Mr. King, concluded it was hAt for him to sell. This is where he wms to have made a mistake, ait. King took the freak of nature to Cincln to nave natl last week and paid mounted by an expert. W hlle there was seen by many, and one man offered him 4300 shortly after arriving in the rtv. He will bring It to Richmond some time tho latter part of this month, nc tt. takes a lone time to prepare tne bodies for mounting: He will have on exhibition here April court day. He has received several of ers; but will not ell bow, realizing what a gold mine .the contract has. He will likely ing butoess for the present and go on urc-the road with hi MOMy-msuci- Tne childron surviving are. mihd. Mf. T. B Collins, Mrs. Carl Todd.Mrs. W W. Williamson, of Minnesota, and Mi tsrs. B. M. Lackoy iiowen ijacney i an Hiss Ueorgia LacKoy. uneral services will be conducted th s afternoon at the home, oeginninjr at I o'clock, by Elder E. B. Barnes, his pat or. and Interment will follow In the Ri fhmoni cemetery, under escort of of which he was a M: tonic Lodge, Danville, fell away short of Richmond, which appeared in The Climax two weeks ago. The Richmond statement showed a balance in the treasury of over $14,000 while Danville had but 000. A friend of the Mayor's in Danville sent him a paper with tho state ment, but it seems as if the Danville Mends. friend had never seen the Richmond statement. Mayor Rice very quickly The Judge Spoke mailed him one. At the annual banquet at Winchester Miss Allman Wins. Thursday evening, given by the Com Miss Carrie Allman, representing the mercial Club, Judge James Benton re Freshman class of Caldwell High Sc hooL sponded to the toast, "Man Factory. was the successful contestant at th a an- which was one. of the strongest speeches The judge urged a bet nual declamatory contest held last Wed- of the evening-nesday in the auditorium. The Judges ter environment for the boys, that the. were Prof. McDougle, Prof. Johnson, and present generation and those to come, Prof. McCullougb, of the Normal School. especially in this section, would be such MissAUman's subject was "Tho Old that Kentucky would take her place at Sottler's Story" and the youug lady the head as a producer ot "real men." one-othe many Madison handled it in such a masterful way, that The Judge is county products scattered in .different the judges were not long in rendering a srbj decision. Second honors went to Mr sections of the state and country, are taking prominent parts in the mak James Cobb, representing the Junior Winchester class. The orchestra music, was a feat ing of a greater nation. could bardly get along without hlm.and" ure of the occasion and everybody was delighted with the musical program. for that reason his native county is nott Mr Harold Barker, President of the Sen- so selfish as to wish he had not chosen ior class, acted as chairman and intro-dnce- d the Clarke capital for his adopted home. the speakers. Fifty dollars was A Quiet Nap taken In which goes toward paying the lighting expenses of the auditorium. Mr. Leslie P. Evaas was awakened early Sunday morning by a terrible Cook with Gas. Cheaper than Coal. shaking of the front door at his residence on Lancaster avenue, and thinkToo Young. ing a burglar had gained an entrance.be The basket ball team of the Paris grabbed his pistoi and went to make an High School came very near not beincr investigation. From the rear end of the able to participate in its contest with the! hall he could hear heavy breathing, as Normal School team last Wednesday af- if someone in a dying condition. He ternoon. The youngsters, who compose turned on the light suddenly and stood the team, are all unaer lawful age, and ready to meet the intruder with bis when they arrived in Richmond they weapon, when his eyes caught sight of immediately hied theuselves to a a well known citizen of the county lypool loom for a social ing prostrate on the floor just inside the local game. It is a heavy fine to tne door. He walked up to where the man owner for minors to be caught in a pool lay, and a hasty examination revealed room and Sheriff McCord was sent by. the fact that the intruder was laboring the Grand Jury to bring each ono before' undera glorious "jag," and is supposed that body to testify against the operators to bave concluded he had reached bis of the pool room. When he arrived at home and just "fell in". The patrol the gymnasium, the game was about to wagon, with officers Powers and Potts, be started, but he had to bring the was called and the gentleman was taken youngsters to the jury room while a into custody. He had passed tbrongh patched up '.earn was compelled to rep- the ordeal by Sunday afternoon sufii-cien-ty resent the Paris school. to be able to continue bis journCook with Gas. Cheaper than CoaL ey homeward. f U -- '4 son-in-la- There than tho color. Whsj False Alarm. wild cat of the domestic specie, whicli had entered the kitchen at the home of County Clerk Robert Terrell last Wednesday about tan o'clock, caused an alarm of fire to be turned la, MrTerreh's I children heard the noise and were se frighten that Louise, the ten year old daughter dashed out of. tho house and to the home of a neighbor, where she ap prised them that the house was on lire. Before the other occupants of tho hos could intercept her, the alarm was In and the cosBpany respoadsd. ClakTr rell was a gueet at the Rd Xeas.b qwt, and had. jusfeJafafcs A 1 saber. hn news of the death of John Me MRS. PABC. qk ns, which occurred at his home in Leltington Thursday morning alter a llrikrlng Illness, was received herewith reifel by many friends ,and relatives. was for many years a resident ot Jipon. Funeral took place baturaay EM nlng at St Petw's.ehurch la ttat citt followed &7 burial IB tne uavnwiG eeibetery. Lhy yomSf immb it w it-- Park was bora, this county January. 1833, and was most remarkable woman. Being blessed with nine children, she reared theHia!l m mnhood ud womanhood, and when rvrniid distinction .i.. knowlnir that fiftv eratMkhildrea and f had sprung iw1va fraai W feneration, &al of this Hum- onW, we have died, a mest rNsk-Mrs. Mary Crews Wflif -- dve iervite.: 1ft fH :.: I .uiiJth. w krwo rimna aellMd for b wiuwtii ir nWth, f . " jiff , v w-- Pill m w.mtimm IP II 111 - w-sm- s? 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