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Digital page images are linked to the text file. .... !i . .. - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1911 1 he Ri?ht Way to get good work is a Duy your paper trom an up to date If ! NUMBER 38 The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it ; WALL PAPER JL. Sole ne ana get an uptodate paper hanger m All R. Blanto ii Grand Jury Agent For W se tor you. Richmond on its February Court Day, of 1011, when there was not a single arrest for drunkenness and wo believe that, with all that might bo said to the contrary, the morals and business of our county is in a better condition, and soci ety is more ably protected, under the system than it was when whiskey was sold in tho county. Phone VVALL paper "I ? The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TELEPHONE Makes Real Live Report. ROYAL Baking Powder Economy The manufacturers of Royal Bak- Shows Where County is Deficient in Many Places, But Praises Good Work of the Official in Their Efforts to Build Up. Grows Patriotic in Closing i Officers asd Jail Conditions. Wo futherfind that our county offlcals have boon diligent in tho discharge of their duties and aro keeping their respective offices and records iu splendid condition; we find however that our county jail is .sadly lacking1 In many points, and wo recommend to the proper authorities the following changes; first that the wood floors used as public corridors should for sanitary reasons, be removed, and replaced by concrete or metal floors; second that the painting on tho inside of tho jail and cells is not of a kind and color that is best suited to the end to bo attained, and we recommend that tho cell work of the jail bo repainted in a color that would at least suggest cheerfulness; third we are fully persuaded that a generous application of soap and water occasionally to tho bedding, and prisoners, environment would greatly improve tho sanitary conditions and we so recommend. COAL 85 Report ing Powder have always declined N.V.WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goads Man ling showing of Late Summer Fabrics are now filour shelves, also a complete School Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties, and our Lace and Hamburgh are . unsurpassed .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our customers Especially Low Prices call We are always glad to have you and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main'Sfreet, below First RICHMOND We the Grand Jury of Madison County, at this February torm of 1911, after thoroughly investigating the prosentcon-dition- s of the county, from every stand point within our reach, beg to file the following as our report. TtmsriKHs. "We have investigated at length tho conditions of the turnpikos in tho county, and find with one or two exceptions thoy are reported to bo in as bad condition as turnpikes could well be, and while we feel that some definite action should bo taken against the offending parties, yet with the present business liko organizations of our road Commissioner and the excellent work accomp-- ! lished during the past year, we feel that our county is in belter condition than it has beou, and that tho money that is being expended now for the better ment of our county roads, is reaching the end to be attained in a way to be heartly commended, and wo ondorso the action of our Road Commisoner, and the Court, in tho purchase of road machinery that will belter equip the county to care independently for its own highways. We further recommend that the Fiscal Court, of the county acquiro by purchaso or other available means, such stono quarries as may be needed along each section of the turnpikes for the use ol the stone crushers. It has f ulher come to our notice that on one or two occasions the citizens along the turnpikes have come to the relief of the county officials with generous contribution to assist in reconstruc-io- n of the roads, but we feol that tho county funds when judioidusly'and properly distributed are amply adequate to build and maintain our roads, and thus relieve the citizens of this special burden. It might bo well however for the citizens To day we aro recognized as the greatest nation on earth. Our laws and forms of government far exuell those of any other nation of tho world. Our government is.founded upon jus'tice-th- o right of every man to participate in public affairs and to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience. We might, with propriety, say that upon the ruins of a heterogeneous empire we constructed a homo geneous republic, and that its influence has thrilled and cheer. ed millions who were chained and burdened by the monstrous evils of tyranny. 'Mixtures made in imitation of baKng powders, but containing alum, Therefore, Be it resolved, That wo are frequently distributed from door to door, or given away in grocery tho members of this body assembled reSuch mixtures are dangerous to use in food. In England,' stores. cognizing this day as the 179th anniverFrance, Germany and some sections of the United States their sale is sary of the Father of Our Country, who prohibited by law. Alum is a dangerous mineral acid, and all physicians condemn baking powders containing it, rises to a true heavenly statute when we behold him standing in noble defense of Human Rights, surrounded by hostilTho label alum baking powdors must ity on every side; when in the gloom of show tho Ingredients winter, his soldiers who were martyrs-tthe cause of freedom trod the frozen READ THE LABEL ground of Valley Forge, with bleedin feet, wo bow our heads and render thanks to Almighty God for ihoso deeds of valor and glory and tho great victory of Yorktown, which gave to the world a to aid the c unty offiicials in tho acquire- vestigate every avenuo that leads to tho new nation and to liberty a new homo. Harvey Chunaulu ments of stone quarries and labor at iv illicit sale of whiskey, and have found Foreman. reasonable price to construct and main- its lair in a fow cases, and are satisfied that others exist yet. Wo find that less tain our public highways. The most common causo of insomnia whiskoy is consumed now than at is disorder of the stomach. Chamber-lian'- s IlITKOVKlIEXT WITHOUT SiLOOXS. time in the history of our Stomach and Liver Tablets correct Wo have at great length tried to ex- county, and that we point to tho memor- these disorders and enablo you to sleup. haust overy means available to us to in able crowd that attended tho city of For sale by Stockton & Son. to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality. Royal Baking Powder is made from pure grape cream of tartar, and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powder. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price, and is more economical at its price than any other leavening agent, because of the superlative quality and absolute wholesomeness ' of the food it makes. An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. hi - Patbiotic Outburst. Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumoy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do. of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY m STE&1NS & fOS MATTRESS . Anchor t 1 Wfindsnr . $10.50 11 en ao.ou Lenox Ci..i- - a otyie . . . $16.00 22.50 OLDHAM & LAC KE Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 w. s. o. 229 . a l. of If you have trouble in cottine rid of For 5ale. Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sHa- ir your cold you may know that you are Nice residence on eeraer Fifth aad treating it properly. There is ho Dressing Parlor. why a cold should ban or for North streets. Apply weeks and it will not if you take ChamD. M. STEVENSON tf. Cima im aad have your hair dvaaaed berlain's Cough Remedy. For sate by Stockton & Son. Best equipped warehouse far haadBwg m the newest styla, braid aad puffi Our motto is "Tho highest prise for lease leaf ifi this soaiton the Madfem made to ardar. Braids m tat id to all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse, warehouse. Pfeaiy af help aad b wails, Batumi aster. High ant priani paid for Bombiaajp. Twe doore abora Stockton' tf tf drat; store, a Maia straat. Oflee phone Feel languid, weak, HeadWhen you have rheumatism te yar ache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain caso foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Liniof lazy liver. Burnock Blood Bittrrs ment and you. will get quick relief. It If you Have not sold your tobacco, tones liver and stomach, promotes diges- costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For to th Madison Warehouse wb she tion, purifies tho blood. top prices prevail. There's a i sale by Stockton & Sou. run-dow- 4 J 9t We Sei We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each GETTING READY .. -- Kay Manton Patterns 10c Each 3$ ., '. 9 and-ws e . , , . ' We are getting ready for the biggest spring business in part of it already here, some on the way order that we may have" plenty; of roomfwe are making lower-pricehave on hand. dise is all bought tf tf tf tf tf tf tftf tf tf tf - f-- f we. have ever had Our merchanIn J are rushing the remainder, than ever, on all heavy goods we Have You Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now before the best values are all gone " . tf II tf tf p ii tf f-l ; - We ' will save you good money are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from75-J'5- We ;' ' . . Ladies' Coats worth 6.50 to 20.00, for from 3.98 to 12.50 Men's Suits and Overcoats worth J 0.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to Another winter weight goods at very low prices a bargain mean! to close these. goods out. Gome-r-g- et f tf I -: 'J . . tf i tM . I? L , 3 Corner First wt Me p s m I i f o rt & r o t Ha St Main . Richmond, Kentucky W SJI tf PERSONALS Remains Ory Citizens of Richmond Decide ToTceep City in Local at her Option Column. Friday was a great day in theicity. cspeoially for the "Dry" voters, who By a gained a well earned victory. pluralty of the different precincts of the city tho local option forces won the day by a majority of 123, nnd when the result was announced thoro was great re joicing by. thousands of citizens, who had gathered in thecourt house square to hear the good news. Woods has fought a good fight and to him, it can truthfully be of the glory of said, is due nine-tentthe victory, for there, is no one in this country, on either sido of tho question, who can put up as gamo a fight and who never lets even a single breeze, bearing the least breath of opposition to the cause, pass his keen ear, but what he is immediately on the firing lino for defense of local option with facts and figures that soon explode the contentions of tbe opposition. There was never a time during the campaign that the "Dry" voters were in doubt, for a careful investigation of the black as well as the whito people, showed plainly that sentiment was in favor of Richmond remaining in the "Dry" column. There has seldom been such a campaign waged in so short a length of time and a precedent was set out in this campaign that will mako the people of Kentucky stand up and take notice. It was the appearance hero on last Wednesday of Dr. Jacob T. Meeker, of St. Louis, pastor of a Congregational church, who spoke in the interest of tho "Wets," but argued tho point under tho subject of "How to Regulate the Liquor Traffic" He was followed by Ropro seniative Meyers, of Covington; and these speeches undoubtedly made the "Dry" vole all tho moro stronger. There was not the slightest show of driqking or drunkenness, which is so prevalent on days of this kind, and not a single arrest was made for lawlos noss othy character. To the credit of the "Wet.' leaders, it can be said that their fight against the oihor side was as friendly us could be, 'and not a fiery word or caustic It was the cleanest remarK was heard. election ever hold in the state from any standpoint. A jollification meeting was held in the court house Friday evening and the house was crowded with enthusiastic people. If. B. Deatherage presided, and introduced several well known local speakers. It was a love feast and the celebration of a great victory. BUTTERICK FASHIONS ! I Sir. Osorge Plielps last week. was in Stanford Our Prices and Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothas. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flouncingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Oar Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest Mrs. if. M. Miller is quite sick home oa ilain street. Mrs. J. C. Goorira, has been quite sick for soveral days at her home oniMnin St. JIlss "Price Gumm, is quUo sick Rt her borne on Third street with pneutaonia. Mr. Jonah Wagers, has been sick for the past week at his home on West Main street. President Crabbe has returned from Mobile, where he attended the National Education AssociationJoe Jordon. of Boyle county and It. S. Soudder, of Lincoln, were here Monday ouying Horses ana mules. Mr. Willisllooies, of tho Climax office. has been confined to Ills home for the past week with appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cole, of Chicago, have returned home after spending the winter wnn air. ana Mrs. it. U. a. uov-ingto- n. Terms - Are In Sympathy "With Your Purse HUGH H. COiLYER Who is announced as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Madison County. Let Us Furnish Your Home Frpm Kitchen to Htic. Furniture, Carpets, OWEN McKEB tee Richmond Climax. i Pmoidext THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Ixiorfioftod.l A. D. Miller W. O. WMu Prac and . Mgr. . . Vaaght KtKMMNT EiiiiM-- MMK AMMMRMI UMK. FBKJE IN ABVANOE TEAR WBDSf B6DAY XXm. S .. 1M1 Ok at th Wtewur afwr JoMph apeMh Mr. aba XHr. ( - home in this city Rev. )Witor of w fc Oo;ref-Uom- wwiac of in St. a Lt.hi I kgli w4 2Sa-U- policy to atpoint two aogiocc to the high ofiteec of Registrar of the Treasury and Attorney General of the United I States, or he may have done H for pure political reason, vary likely this, but he j is nerring bis cowtty in the mild form ! of a traitor aod is perhaps laying the fonadation for race trouble later on. It's m hvh wv HIV WIWMI uv imu m luw nr (era Xtsnville and picked a negro, in praiorenoe to a wnne Republican tor the high ottee of Registrar of the Trees-arIf it were impossible to secure a while maa with the ability sufficient for the pce, then, and then only, is his a proper one; but this is a while sSaa's eounuy, and the brains to oper ate the great nation most be furnished by the white man, and Mgraes skold not be appoiaf ed to the highest offices ef the mod is preference to a white. Thh fc not a oonscientkNte oe with the President, but merely a political one, and a step at his opponents. The same as to Roosevelt, when he appointed a eg re in South Oarottna for no other reason than to "get baok" at Senator Tillman, who opposed bis negro poli- y. Tar mar think k good mc X. 11. Deathbbas e, chairman of the local option forces, has again proven himse f a valiant soldier in peace as wall as war. A confederate soldier, a farmer and capitalist, but without son or daughtor, he fought against the return of saloons in a way that must have put to the blush not a few fathers whose sens would have been imperiled by the epea saloon. "General" Deatherage, we salute you and your liquor- - IflMeoertoW stalwart executive oomraiUee, whose bow to roffototo fc. or MUhtaf: Bear fc, matin was: "We oxpeot every maa to heofi it I do his duty." no ooe hi hte 4ieoe oot, from a gpoooh foot tt 1iagttg to eoa, hi fewr of Its a great honor to run for the nomi-natio-n for Governor. Wn. Adams, of Heisaftne speaker and a man of Cynthiana, is determined to make Wains and hold his audience for over history, so he can say that he locked two heart, horns with MeCreary once upon a time. His speech wae cot and dried and Its an honor that will oest him a year's gotten up, and was adrait in salary. He'll do well to carry Harrison Cook with gas. Its cheaper. the ontronie. Hw chief armament was county, but a strong MeGreary supporter "Poroenal Liberty" of man and H was from Cynthiana and a prominent poli so artfully pat before his heurerc as to tiema, has declared that he wilt barely For Rent imprest the casual IfcWsner witk the do Ware haaee on Orchard street and L. fact that he was honestly staling both & Rail Road, about 1,000 foot Acer RtcmMXD can boiet o( what no other spaee, stdos of the sjaortion. He played hugenew tight Hoar. andisswis as towa in the country has a peaceable ly apon tfc ignorance of his 4- -t Cotby Taylor. On the face of it his acgu-me- n "wet" olomont, whose intense interest to statistic thksking m the oioction last Friday never for a 'was plausible, but ts the Tp wear the highest grade shoes for patted thorn over into the man. tfce maa that roads fcntaeu the mm b you must buy the Stacy Adams. lines, the anjumsnt wsts peer and his an arrest Rice & Arnold's, tf for svankannose or dhmdorly contusions absolutoli' nhaasd and A Humane Society. W charge him. too, with being unOools you make a gases by the vote .The Woman's Club is agitating the fair in In- - statementc He garbled the what Senators rede into OMice by tho question of forming a Humane Sooiety He rand nnd records and staustios. of RkdHRond. The object of the or; Lorimer quoted only tho that answered his ganisation i6 to enforce the laws more purpose and suppressed then that were What is the difference between Rich- vigorously as laid down on the statute against him Especially was this oat Ab- - books. This is a worthy cause and mond nnd a lot of real drunks? of his statements as to Maine and Kan-sa-c, p should enlist the oration of all wer 123 the two states that liave tried pregood eitiaoas. Animals of all kinds hibil ion longer than am other states, Oa; again Of again Uanabma-Senntwhich are unable to protect themselves and are M.U1 satisfied with the results. Uaaeph Bailey from Texas, and that against enmity of various kind rarely T'W was this Rev. sleeker fcmjnMmf worked to perfection. are entitled to sympathy and protection or was be dishooest; waoajna of tfc Talk the question up and by all moans facts or too dishonest Cook with as. Its cheaper. lot Richmond have a real live, active, Perhaps just at this time hi kk speech Humane Society. of the money bags he beard It's Here of ffce Model Saloon League or perhaps A Special Medicine for he saw a ision of the "thirty pinnr of To prove that spring has come, the Kidney' Ailments. silver and so betrayed his Lord. residents of Richmond have been awakMany elderly people nave round in Mr. Meeker spoke in general teems ened several moraines of late by thefa-mino- r Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick relief Vanssl nom vuHmiBnsrmB nnn mvmvviwv mt mra flnf n&asnsslnlBsAsAACBsE Ikdmnf jasjksUBUstHlhC fMLT piping of the robin red breast. and permanent benefit from kidney' and away. Mot only did he never leU hew What a grand sound to hear these days. bladder ailments ami irom annoying to regulate the liouor traffic but he nev- even tweuga we mercury wm set ran urinary irregularities due to advancing years. Isaac X Regan, Farmer, Mo., says er eaee touched upon the conditions in up at a satisfying clip. "Foley s Kidney Kemedy effected a Richmond and Madison county. The complete cure iu my case and 1 want Lost excuse has been made that he was not others to know of it. Sold by Stookton acquainted with these conditions. Hew Oa the streets of Richmond or be- &bon. then eeuld he consist onUr advise our tween town and my home ea the Irvine Running Low. voters hew to east their haUetsT Ignor- pike; MoBday.ceurt day, a small receipt ant of GOBditioBc, bow could he, as an book with "A. J. Tribble newspaper and If the receipts of the loose leaf warehonest man. attempt to inauonce our magazine agency"stamped in red letters houses 'the past weokisany indication voles? Oh! the jingk of the eey oa back. Finder mail same to above, of the crop in the county unsold, there bags and the vision of "Thirty Pieces of Richmond, Ky.. or to Olima office. will hardly be enough to carry the local Silver. For fear this book is not recoverod, will bouses through tho month of March, Mr. Meeker had no right to be ignor ask aM those who gave me their sub Many wise heads figure that about 10 ant of conditions hi Richmond. He ar scription, to the Cincinnati Weekly En- per cent is yet to be sold while others rived is Richmond five nr six hours or quirer and The Kansas City Journal to who are known to be as well posted as more before he began his speech. This gether oa that date, to please mairme any body claim that hardly 5 per com was ample time for him to have in- their address at ohce for it will be im remains hi the county of the 1910 crop. formed himsoK as to the leeal situation. peeefhta le order those papers bo fori Prices the past week were a little off Thirty minutes would have given him heading from yeu. Other subscriptions frem preceding week, but not enough to aH the time he needed. Ko eseuse for given me on that date will be sent do any damage. Good offerings sold well Mr. Meeker's ignorance. New honest- promptly. A. J. Tiubble, but the common grades, fe.'l behind. ly, did he want to know the true condiLake Reba Box 4L Riohmond, Ky. Would W L. Douglas shoes for men, $3.00 tions confronting our eMcees? John W. Siokelsmlth, be this hired servant of the liquor in has three children, and Greensboro, Pa. and $3.50, Rice & Arnold's. tf like most child terests have ad the audacity to stand ren they frequently take cold. "We have before an intettigoet Rich mend audionee tried several janas oi cough medlalne, Happy People aad attempt to overthrew the acoumu-i- n he says, 'but have never found any yet- About the happiest people over the that did them as much good as Chamled arguments in favor of ne saloon. semM s uongn itemedy. tor sale by local option election in mis county are arguments supported by tho facts as our Stockton & Son. the residents residing along tho Big Hill people well know them and Speedwell pike, especially those A Joke Wo enjoyed Mr. Meeker's speech. We residents of Kingston. Many declared always enjoy bearing a brilliant man Quite a joke was played on the "wet" that Chey"would move away if condi talk even tbeugfa he be set honest in ar- lenders Jim TerriiL the well known tions, as prevailed when Richmond was gument. We feel sure that the Rev. negre, "who has been totally blind for 'wet," were returned. A prominent Mr. Meeker has some good points, but maoyjears. He was driven from ih is citizen of Kingston, - who has .resided also many, yea, very many faults. Wej bome.to.the pons bv the workers for there for years, said Friday, afternoon. wintry to remember his good points--; Ihe "wets," and two stalwart men han that that section was mora interestccfin and forget his faults. dled hm carefully on sccdUBt of Ms the result than even the city. The' After Mr. Meeker bad finished, a Mr. feebleness and assisted him to the ta)e mean, lawless element tanked up, made politician, we to call or his ballet. According to the farmers' Meyer, of Covington, lives miserable, on court -- days are informed, and also an attorney for a law, if a man k blind he mustaBaonnce and other J days in. the cHy,-by- . shootCovington brewery, delivered an to the election effieers how he wishes to ing at lights in the houses and other for half an hour. He said he was cast his vole and the clerk marks it in wise terrorizing tho citizens in that sec of conditions fan Riehmonii, but the presence gf aH. When Terrill was lion. iforast be strongly wged his beancs to vote for asked the question he announced "dry," Whan in niww) of ltlrktmit)i;- - lumij epecsoAooae. in And the "wet" officers were so dua- Mssia'dKmsL shux. w fojnjttal they, coahl bardfy speak for of its branches, Finning Implements, JS-...- . Buggies, Gacriages, Wajons, Rubber apajPTnm, as marmrasnp tifw ibe. ret nrlces Item it. ; i, ' fcnisti tfty, Kf, I XoJ Ltoowoc Uwtc This is h ky the aUM lMgM Tktak of fc! A tnlereeta af AaMriea. mtwtotor the Gospel, a servant of the A HiMcofW of "Patee om DevO! Go4 H'M to Men," & M Sutk. MotfMMUtfaxiot whMtoy Mr. Meeker spoke wider ike gufce of tt Liouor Trac" "Hot U &d mtmy timet rwc bis speech he saM ke was here to toll s how lo Mfc- MipUje f Um o ff sMrt4 mw Uir-lmp- m! Rtat w ot er Mr. Earl Curtis is expected homo from New Orleans this week, where he has been vlsl.ing his mother and seeing Mardl Gras. Mr. Black, and daughter. EtlieL of Laurel county, were the cuests of Mr. and Mrs. Geonre Marischen. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Clyde Hart, who is helping to make tho Winohestcr News a real live paper, spent Saturday and Sunday at ms nomc here. Judge Chonault was called to Pitts burg. Pa., tho first of tho week, on important legal business connected with the Big Hilt Coal Co. James Wallace. Elihu Campbell and William Itichartison, prominent business men of Irvine, were here Monday mingling with the court day crowd. C. IL Reeves, of Beattyvillo and sister, Miss Elva Reeves, of this city, will go to Princeton, W. Va , this week for a visit to Oapt. and Mrs. H. C. Wheeler. D. B. Shackelford, was in Lexington Tuesday Miendiw: the funeral of Jumes II. White, whose death occurred Mon day morning at Manchester, Clay county Mrs. Ansel Miller continuesquit siok at rattie Umy innrmary, where she was ioroad to return on account of a rekipse. Her many friends bone for a speedy re covery. Mr. William Luxon was the 'host last Wednesday evening at a birthday party .nMafl atul as MUniUMAam mtr MU est V W fne l4ts V) WV taurant was enjoyed by a large number w his irnaius, Miss Lydia McArdle, of Rirmingham, Ala., nas returned home aftur a sta with the family of Mrs. Owen McKee. She came up to attend the funeral of Miss Ann McKee. Messrs. Jeptaa Chenault and M. C. Kellogg left Monday for Jacksonville, Fbu, where they will spend several weeks enjoying the balmy breoz as of the Flower state and seeing the races. U. iii. w oods is in Urab Orchard for a short stay before going to Mt. Jaokson, a rheumatic sanitarium, Indianapolis, where he will accompany his cousin, i'ostmaster Jackson, or leoanon, lor a stay at this health giving resort. Attorney D. M. Chenault celebrated his fifty first birthday lastTuursday with an elegant six o'clock dinner at his home on .Lancaster avenue and a number of friends responded to his invitation and enjoyed the Hospitality of pis pop ular host. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Million are receiving letters from Mexico. Mo., where their daughter Cecie is attending the College of Music, saying that she is one of the most finished artists on the piano, for her age, that has ever attended the institution. The Lexington Leader contains the following item of interest to Madison county people: "Judge and Mrs. G. W. Gourley announce the engagement of their daughter, Julia, to Mr. H. Douglas Parrisn, of Richmond. Ky. The wedding will be a beautiful event of April." At the home of John Hensloy last Wednesday, Elder A. J. Tribble, officiating. Miss Deloria Barnett of Ruynon Grove section and Mr. Leander Hazel- wood, of Kingston, were united in mar riage. The bride has been making her home with the ueosley family for some time and is very popular. After the cere mony an elegant dinner was served. BUiHI-iUVU- Look out for severe and evon dangerous kidney and bladder trouble results years of .railroading, tieo. hi. Much Sickness Due to Bowel Bell. 239 Third Sts.. Fort Wayne, Ind., was many years a conductor on the Disorders. Nickel Plato. Ho says: Twenty years of railroading left my kidneys in terrible condition. There was a continual pain A doctor's first question when consult- across my back and hips and my kided by apatient Is "Areyourbowcls regu- ney;) give mo much distress, and the lar!" He knows that 9S per cent of ill- action of my bladder was frequent and ness is attended with inactivo bowels most painful. I got a supply of Foley and torpid liver, and that this condition Kidney Fills and the first bottle made a must bo removed gently and thoroughly wonderful improvement and ffiur bottles beforo health can be restored. cured mo completely. Since being cured Rexall Orderlies are a positive, pleas- 1 bare rocommended roloys Kidney ant and safe remedy for constipation .Fills to many my railroad friends' and bowel disorders in general. Wo are Sold by Stockton & Son. so certain of their great curative value that wo promise to return the purchaser's For Sale. money in every case when ihoy fail to produCo entire satisfaction. Irish potatoes in any quantities. El Rexall Orderlies aro Oaten like candy, tf they act qnickly. nnd have a soothing, mer Deatheraeo. Phone 152. strengthening, healing influence on the entire intestinal tract.. They do not Cook with gas. Its cheaper. purge, gripe, cause nausea, flatulence, excessivo loosenoss. diarrhoea or othor gMdchiidren. wonk persons? or folks Two sizes. 25c, and 10c Sold only al our storo Tho Rexall Store. H. L. Perry. w. Q. Whito, Plaintiff, ing-from- " TheDoctor's Question Warning to Railroad Men. 5toves. : : Our prices are rightterms easy, and your credit is good Remember we save you 10 to 20 per cent, on cash purchases Buy Now Pay Later Luman & Hip-gin- s Furniture, Carpets, Stoves We are headquarters for Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Needles, Oil, Etc., for all makes of machines Opp. Hotel Glyndon West Main Street Commissioners' Sale vs. i My William Farley's Hoirs, Defts. Under and by virtuo of a judgment Jersey bull wil mako season at my placo on Lancaster and ordor of sale, rendered at the Feb ruary torm of tho Madison Circuit court, pike at $1.50. tho undersigned master commissioner of Butler Carrier. said court, will on Notice. My thoroughbred Wall Paper Stock complete and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee fo please the most fastidious is IT IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR " HOUSE WITH Saturday, March 11 2511 at D," R Freeman AT ONCE Another Candidate. Hugh Colyer Makes His Announcement for Sheriff on Democratic Ticket Although a long timo off, there are many candidates that have announced themselves for county offices subject to the Democratic primary, and the latest to enter the political arena is Col. Hugh 11. Colyer, who in the official column in this paper makes his announcement for the nomination of Sheriff. His record is too well known for comment, but two things that must bo said of him "hero arc: He is as loyal a Democrat as was over born and bred and no official has ever served his country better in public office. He has announced a slogan that will cut a wide figure in his nice and should win him many votes. Ho says, "I will so conduct myself in office that those who vote for me will never have cause to regret it'.'. THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND TVISII YOU HAD o'clock a. m., to tho highest and best bidder, the following described property: A lot of ground located in Dillingham Addition to the City of Richmond, Ky., and being lot No. 12 in block 13, in said addition. Said property will be sold on a credit of six months; the purchaser will be re quired to excouto bond with approved security; payable to the commissioner, to have the force and effect of a judg ment with a lien retained on the property until all tho purchase money is paid. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. 0. - soil in front of the court house door people : . : : : : : corrmsHTiiii jjjauijc.M.T. W. L. LEEDS : Third Street Richmond, Ky My idea of rea. anger is when a woman has been dealing with one grocery for a long time and paying eash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying less for the same. Better join me in a few visits to a place where prices are lowest and no favor- - Betsy's Pointers Spring Showing We speed tbe parting winter and turn to make our. bow to Spring, embodying among other now things the latest ideas in the evolution of Men's Suit Styles. This year we've struck out and away from the beaten track, and have distanced all our past accomplishments. All lines making up the New Spring styles combine to spell The Up-to-da- te Farmer Uses ' ltes,' . "Grace." - Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone 62 Opera House Building From now on we'll present from time to time tho Spring Styles for Men, which It will pay you to look over, if you're at all interested in good clothes. Pl The Best Implements We have the latest improved and the farmers are rapidly discarding1 the old ones for the ow Watch .Our Window ' Display (while they last) - New Improved Wm. J. Oliver Throw Up Sponge. And All Obligations for the Cut Out Are Now Null We Won't Cut Off too big a piece of meat for you. As a matter of fact we doubt if we eould. For those who buy meat here reguarly declaiethat none of it ever goes to waste. It is so tender and toothsome, so different from ordinary meats that no one thinks of leaving any uneaten. There's no waste about our meats. You know what that means. Successor to Douglas & Culfon WEST MAIN STREET . Winter- - "Weight Suits and Ov- ercoats at Half Price -- and Void. e Tobacco beds will be as thick as hops, so to speak, in the burley district from now on, as the final move in the cut out idoa was made in Lexington last Wed nesday and those who have labored to bring about a cut out of the 1011 crop tnrew up the sponge and let the bars down to all growors to raise as much as they please. According to the dis patches: This expected climax came at a meeting of tho Executivo Board of Burley Tobacco Union, called by Vice President James t. Middle ton or Shelby villa, which after a lengthy session Issu od a statemont declaring the cut out a failure, but the action of the general convention held, in Lexing ton Fobuary Otll and deciding to continue the organization in hope of luturs benefit to the growers. Tbe failure of tho cut out campaign is attributed to tho ro fusel of the- - Hurley Tobacco Society, to with tho Union, rendering the pledges whitch had been signed to eliminate the crop null and void. It is further stated that the advocates of the out out movement were mislead by oill cials of the Burley Tobacco Society into the belief that tho older organization favored tho out out and would assist it. Any proposition for further action to wara a comoinatton ot tbe growers must come from the Burley Tobacco Society, was the sense of the Board. The Royal "Home of Good Clothes" with a guaranteeagainst breakage of frog and a point and a landslide that is independent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positive- - the best ever invented J. S. STANIFER Corner Second nnd Main. TAYL0R&0LDHA M C. C. CULTON TELEPHONE!! co-o- 231 or Spring WALL PAPER for our spring trade, of the most up-to-date iilm the-jingl- The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goos so cheap. When in towndon't fail to see the new And house cleaning will soon be the most absorbing topic of the industrious housewife Nothing is so beautifying to the home than new Wall Paper and Fresh Paint, nothing so sanitary and we have the best in the county. We have just received a car load o 5, 10 and 25 cent Store A Great Physician. What He Said of Germs that Cause Disease. M. Pasteur, sometimes called the Greatest Physician often said "1 believe that we shall ono day rid tho world of an diseases niai are caused oy germs. Of all the diseases caused by germs, catarrh is one of the most, nersistent. nn1 loathsome. Catarrh can bo cured, but oniy ov destroying tne germs. Breatho UYOMEI(pronouncoit High-o-mand cure catarrh bv killing tVi germs. Tho HYOMBI method is the onlv sensible method, hprnncn vnn Viraotl, the highly antiseptic and germ kiling , .i .. : .j : -. i. nr uiiuiiuv over .wie enure memurane n,-- u inr..i.j ...;!. i.iuiijji cr(US. uiitolcu nun HYOMEI will cure catarrh Thoro may be some .complicated cases where it ,. . 211 win ian, out mo ciianccs are ten to one in its favor, and the sufferer from catarrh takes no risk: beennsn TTVnXtPT u a guaranteed remedy, and if it doesn't .... ... u. u. it- - t uuiu, n t juuuieion win reiuna too Durchase nriee. nYOMRr will nlsn !ivn inctmt i;.r and cure inbrohchitis, coughs, colds nnd croup, a complete onttit, including imm ruuuerpocKci tnnaier, cost 81.00. If VOU now own n. TTvninri intiuln- uan get a bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents. el Opposite Elder's. We aro headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. For 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We havo everythirig in Enameled Ware, Tinwaro, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes. Cutlery, etc., and every price marked ih plain figures. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building patterns, . We call attention to this, our main line, and ask that you see our beautiful samples before purchasing. They range in price from the lowest to the most expensive. Our workmen are exnertenrpd anrT nr v WW glVb w x guarantee to every piece of work. Teleohone Will glad to submit our exclusive samples and make estimates. We also have a few remnants to close out regardless of cost X -- "" V V Painting and Decorating Our stock of Paints, Oils. Varnishes and Painters Surtnlc jc r .J VUlli f jwtv. atxa. vjaivui xsucizi, uic cAperc painter ana decorator is m ' 1 a J. charge of our painting department ... jy -- We have just received our last ear of Implements' or JNovclties. up-tc-da- te We carry a large line of Glass and Oueenswar and Many things in this deoartmpnt- f - a n U ,u w Farm bargain prices Genuine .Oliver Chilled Plows Genuine Walking Brown (Jultivatori J. I. Case Ridinff Cul- wvitwrs, j. x. vase ana Planters, Tornnrln and Bellvievv Double and Sinrrle Diu'c Harrows. T. w. O TTmv Presses, Deeiing M wers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude- oaner wagons, uaii ana look these over before buying. i Eggs For Sale. I have for sale Brown Lechnrn nnd Barred PJymounth Rock ecirs. Setting J5eggS, SI. Also few Dairs beautiful and popular African geese, ,810 per pair. Our Dicture framing HAnarfmorf Kc " i bar-aagu- fc WSISS-'b- T ""''' decWed s'-'"'- " also agent for the celebrated Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Poul try appliances foods and supplies. Telephone 5 ring 8, Waco, Ky. . Clark Rice, . m . we wi(h promptness arxl clispakh trie to enr6e W" department andmake y b" j D. B. Shackelford & Co. oW " XMrmbmt'tts B. eJuett & Son Th Leading Wall Paper Peelers, Painters and Decorators Opera Hous Buikiing Richmond, Ky anss sssasasnsssi 2ti 3? 1 this year he will be wise to select from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. If Santa Claus Brings Furnituie it Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want lll 11 for it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted m New Spring Suits Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Etc. Early Buying Insures Choice Selections With Fine Assortments o BENNETT and H1GGINS UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist : , Diseases of BYB, n. Bldg. BA"R, Smoke j Cuban Club, 10c Cuban Star, 5c A Bargain. tf NOSE and THROAT Big type Poland Cntaii boars, weighi RMmont, Ky 100 lo 115 pounds. T. E: Baldwin, il. . a post s Plat of three rooms, kitehon and bath, furnished or unfurnished, 407 West T os. A. SMMm agent far Hurst Main street Apply to Mrs. SInrv B. I .elnsumooaCs. Write me nr phose Clay Telephone 506 or HflO ring 3. s 2?r 151 rfwg g. Pntew CKy, Ky. 1 accident I new raw bo Dr Steps the pain and he wound. AJI tirasptet slt l For Rent T-- v MannattMi sMrte. Sl.M aed SK.00. Rtae & ArooMs. f Barred Rock Lggs ror 5ala I huve for sale in any quantity Thomp-sob'strain Barred Plymouth s ' Rook eggs, price SL for 16 oggs. Estimates For Rent furalshed for lota of 100 eggs or more. roe rooms 0er.s4ere formerly ecu-- i C. D. Miller.-mo- li i.j J. B. WSlbOr ea eood street. l Xma. Richmond, Ky. tf and Overcoats Have Reached Lowest Prices Big Money Saved by Buying for Next Winter VVIoter Suits THE s I stand my Silver - gold spesiaales Qurt bouse hog,will my heme oa Big Creek Red Boar at Hill avenue at Call at ffefs sffise. $1.00. Money due when sorvioo is rendered. I have for sale some nice shoats In To-Da- y. theirJ large enough for service. t & So., are advertising W. B. TurleV 2 am at wall paper in thk issue. Big Hill Ave. v are looking forward to a big busi-s- s aooerdtegty. and have stocked Negro Found. Notice Covington &. STORE FOR QUALITY Card of Thanks We wish to extend our most sincoro la Jim Turner, of KIrksville, a negro Read weH kuown in that section, was jailed Mr Phillip Wilgktg k advertisteg his al spring daaraeee sole of wall paper last Wednesday by Deputy Marshal Mays He was ..is issue of ike Climax. Have you oh a charge of "bootlegging." arrested by Constable Prank Tussy and zl n- turned over to the United States officer. It. Toilet Articles and Extracts 1 i- Herrington Talks New President of Ball Club Gives Out Interesting Interview to Climax Club, in conversation with a representative of the Climax, yosHorday, gavo out Sugar Camp Messrs. Ansel and .Charles Miller, who Prof. Shipp Talks. am representing the Franoe-AmerHygienic Oempany and am pre--c- J to furnish b highest grade of 1 art ides and etrtraot. TbmmB!MAX, Mrs. Hut-ti- e HMHnd, Ky. M Third SC' You Need Us. Xrirs. aeeomts r statms of aayed-:'kh- i a pertewtage. oollaetei y collections en flat rale. OSoe Ias & Simmons BulMMng. Agaacy. The Richmond Mat-senat-e J Foley Kidney Pills. Vjiralize and rmoa ttw poisons ; cause bsekneh, rettaUH, hot. ioss and all fcWney and Madder Hf) - at ural aci ton nf fttee vital nrxans. i -- y Stockian & Saw. tu!arilies. Tnejbnfld andreetw thanks to all our friends for their kind Mrs. J. C. Lackey and family wish to ness during tho illness and death of our express their appreciation of the many daughter and sister. Sincoroly, acts of kindness and words of sympathy Mks. Owes MoKbb and Family. from their many friends in their bereave To Danville. mont in the death and burial of tholr hnsbaadaBd lather. Dr. H. C. W. Arnz, the optician, who Mis. Margaret Lackey. has" been at Stockton's drug store for several days exhibiting his wonderful Come In. for Danvillo whero Dost wait until the last minutn in lenses, boforo seeking now have vour none or J snk narrlc nrtntnd Iib will spend a week fields. The month of March is nearly one third gone and spring is knocking at the door. For Sale. aiadtsen county will be unusually aotive Setting of 15 oggs from my choico this year In the standing of blooded horses and jaeks so it behoves evory breed of S. C. Brown Leghorn and S. C. owner to 00m e to this office and have Buff Orpington for $1.00. Also breeder attractive sards printed that will aid you of Bourbon Red Turkeys with eggs a in securing the business. Come In and matter of correspondence. Write me. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, let us make a fiae.ent of your animal. mO 2mo R, D. Ko. 3, Richmond, Ky. Card of Thanks. President Herrington of the Now Ball Cheap Now Bar Acts. .oauiiful tribawe to the memory of Ana McKoe, who was etork of Uie sou County Quarterly Unnrt, was - i last week by a special asmmittee red from theteeal bar in a set et QS, wfafek snorted the high re-attormyv had lor this bright c Ti jient yooag www. . .,- Rebekah's Meet I a most enjoyed banquet last Tues-- ( i the Odd Pol ow Hall, and i According to the local commission BMMhants aggs are ohaaper than they have ever been known to be at this time of Ore year. Dealers ware paying 12 2 ants this week and retail prices went as lew as 1C cents. The ookl storage break caused it all. The market is nbaat elated; a few, and probably the last of the season, changed hands last Monday. The poor man can now have eggs iB plenty. Pleased. The "Flower of Tho Ranch," tho brightest musical comedy that the local theatre has booked this season, pleased a good sized audience last Thursday evening. - Three or four high class shows have played Richmond this season and good audlonces have greeted thorn. John E. Sexton. Who is the favonto candidate for Grand Lo Jge honors at the meeting of Kentucky Rod Men in Owensboro in May. Mr. Sexton is after tho offico of Grand Junior Sagamore. Bought Property Mrs. S. A. Oliver has purchased tho bouso apd lot on Fourth street belong ing to Jeff stone for 31,225. De Hart Coming. W. DoHart, of Louisville, National Organizer for tho Modern Woodmen of aonRebrta ledge, of this oky, Cook with gas. Its cheaper! J. America, will arrive in Richmond today Lexington Met Two good work marcs. Reason for on official business. Mr. DeHart is ono was out to enjoy rje attends President W. C. Ussory and the Dir ot the loaders in Modorn Woodraanship selling, maros not in foal. Rojr O. White. cenu Several members of the rectors the BUm Grass Leatruo ul Base- - and and is stump speaker of much 2t - v installed lodge ware also ball Clubs met in Lexington Friday to ability. He is also an enthusiastic lied Thanks ltiahmond : Dt and responded, discuss the schedale for 10U, and to Man, and will also visit that order-whilMrs. Jno. McKenna and family wish the meat fienrfchig Rebekah talk over the season's prospects. A fow here. S t to thank their many friends for the ia the state and Is growing minor changes were made in the sched y. Crusher Started. kindness shown them in their xecent -iule as oricinallv drafted, but the open ing of the season remains as fixed at the Road Commissioner Shearer 4s busy bereavement, Going Some, crusher re first meeting, May 0. It was decided this week with tho new-roc- k A choice lino of select styles in low T ,e opera house orohestra, aoder the now that the President's secretary, A. P. cently purchased by tho county, lmving shoes and slippers for street and evening of Mr. Kelson Heffaer, k Frendberg, of Pans, will prepare' the started tho new mashiqo at the new wpar for ladies from the famous Ziegler iy to oompete with any It slue in the schedule in form for publication during rock quarry oij the Taylor's Fork pike. Bros., Philadelphia lino, $2.50 to c: iry for HoBors, and the music of Rice & Arnold's coming week, submit it to the mom-ber- s Tho quality of ropk is said to be very . tf r lias beoa oorapHmeated highly by the for comparison and release it for fine and if good weather permits muph DafortuBatoly two artists c patrons. After U oublicatfon March 12. Those present work will bo done on this new roadway . i lue orchestra will lee'e shortly, at the meeting in addition to the Presi at once, Ben nurst, of the Richmond Mr ' ..rh will cut some little figure. Mr. dent and Seoretary, were: Messrs. Uo-ga- n Heating & Plumbing Co., Is in Crab r - Hart, the flute soloist, has secured LexStartling the People, Yancey and Tommy Sheets,.of Orchard this week, where he is giving in another state, aadMr. Alex : B. Horrington, of Riohmond; The Kansas City Star, one of tho tho new owners somo expert estimates will take his ington; L. : '.t ies, ifia cornet virtuoso W. Bacon, of Paris; Ed. Mackey, TI prnAtast weeklies riublished in this coun on many thousand dollars worth of im I : alar spriBg aad summer position with and Dr. George try has appointed the Climax its special nrovements., which Manager Joe Willis w 1 ' - circus. It is hoped that these places Maysville; Jeff Stewart Brooks, of Winchester, and A. L. OoJe agont in this section, and those wisning will put in at once. be filled as soon as possible by the matt, of Frankfort. It was the consen a live newspaper ot National reputa.&stenemt ant tnus conlhiue Mr. sus of the mooting that tho season of tion and one with a great state and counWant T6 Know Jner'i good work. 1911 is to be a banner one in baseball in ty reputation, shoultl come and get Uie Our friends in the country are asking, this section. Tho members all reported tho Climax and Star both for $1.20 the Real Estate. about that St. Louis preacher good progress in the signing of players. whole year. This offer is limited. The "what ,V1 persons desiriijg pither to sell or who mado a speech for saloons?" Maysville has 1C men under contract, Climax is tho recognized paper of the land or other proporty or to Z Sinco the Local Option election is ov with the county. There are but few who are not 'same will find itto their all newcomers to the league, r :te rentakof er, and th'o victory is ours, we had not of Chase, and Manager Mack on the list, but you may bo one of those crest to nlace the fame with me as I exception intendqd again to mention Mr. Meeker l'L ey says they are all few. XatieBal ami his sneech. but our friends in tho a member of the wiui country have a right to know what is t Realty Co., of Washington,btaies. Fine Sport r.ta throughout the United shooting fine in iroinz on. sinco they have taken sucn a Nimrods report duck Cuba. Also my services 5houjd Nqt the country and several very fine look livnlv interest in the Question. . Our , be secured by calling on Richmond People '.-ioneer piay editorial clsowlicre in this Issue gives ing specimens have been brought-int- o WaitUntill It is loo Late. r at my rasideftse, $to. 200 Third bt., as our opinion of tho the local markets. Tho feeding grounds the facts as well r cLmond, Ky. &coit. b. The annalling death rate from kidnoy seenfto bo in the vicinity of Xako Reba, Rev. Meeker's effort. Read It. tact disease is due in most cases to the usu-.i- t. where the corn fields still afford exceltroubles are CookVith gas. Its cheaper. that the little kidney thpv become ser- - lent niekinir for the keen eyed birds on ...lfoH uniill Meet In Danville. symptoms give place to fir. Duck shooting is pot Enjoying Life. ... nnnnl vlate conventioa df the lous.' Tuc blight anu mo . t , iV . . w.w .prtnti hnir northern I. allowed on Lake Reba, and the nearby Association, ot clirontc aisoraera four pace letter from tho "Madison A ung Men's Christian rraduaUy into grasp of diabetes, dropsy, have afforded some line sport Club" now soiournfng at Orlando, Fla.. Brigfit's disease, pravel or some otner com fields . rtv iit BieetllS year ib succeeded ims hpnn rnceived bv tho Climax and f lato Mr Emmott Miller k, serious form ot kidney complaint. '. e. begiBBing next very fine headache ir you suffer from backache, secretions-ar- in bogging sovcr.tlpast wuu. Mallards and from tho wav thev write, there is cer continuing four 4y-: o 10th and if the kidney county will dizzy spells; oh passage and unnatural Canvas ncatc uie tainlv happy times in th's beautiful city monit and Madison irregular dozen Kscheaper. of Florida. There is perhaps avicinity nnd the Berea College in appearauce, do not delay. Help'the Cook with gas. ' ; Madison county peoplo in that artet and Orohertra will take a promi-- 'kidueys at once. Pills are especially lor Doan'i. Kidney and they have organized themselyes into nrafres. The Jierea kldooy dlsorders-the- y A Bold, LaGrippe, then cure where others "Tho Madison Club". So eagerly do ariAt is one of the finest in the stttfci Pneumonia. .'.ii..r. uiidrad thousand pvo- audieace oleTjavereoominended thpm. Here is niv await the coming of the Q Umax Foley's-Hone: j have delighted Richmead Is too often the fatal sequence. that ie lifcA n. letter from homo and "S Vf V,, , one OI many c cixay ocoaaioas. and Tar expels the cold, checks makes their solourn all the more happier. -rSamuel A- - ureeue, eys; "lean corroborate the . ,HJ " Muhln .m vll- m on - Most of the party Is stopping wun too Fine Record. m Mav 1903 in I 'Foley Moran. former Kentuckians, who falW w i....n.!(riritiv Pii . iBaouot cfneihatcontalnsnonarcotlos.. cough rems ? The Suit Kidaey PilU rinnnvand Tauis the best stopped a have a truely Kentucky homo wlth all 25 ho" much ood D as it ouiokly .dhSST to fM I doubt If I would be things prepared in good old A lftnir troubled me." the good Circuit wkl Y oan oon- it nbfor them. ar Just, ' my that 1 r.r 1 w Vuhn. Princeton. N6br. earn Kentucky style. The orange trees boooaioe aJ 1,1 aad n. r : Madison is so flUickly and surely ica&ts'ia all in full Woom and the flower gardens' iW 7 the remedy khJy." law abidig couatiea ft wonderfully pictufesflu sceae. of cows, Cong". present-a- - 4 the above record does aot thMiWe. It Is as safe for year Ofclklra : of the word. UtnH ic ..,1 .kuLl h aicd in all New spring neckwear, all sty his and e - mis count on jeonf twMseg of croupe, whooping aovgk MA sle,tiwKl 50 cents. - .e to defeat Ue jaw. w "WT ' Uhit utM meaalaseougb. Kef at For Sale ls e ; ino louowmg interview as 10 uie conui tion? as they exist at prosont: At a recent mooting of tho Irionus 01 the baso ball team, I agreed to act as President of tho club (without compensation), provided tho organization could finance Us debts and furnish me with $1,000 with which to put a team on tho field. Sinco that mooting $1,000 has been raised and is now in the hands ot tho committee. It has dovelonpd, however, that tho association, or those who can finance its deots. irfust have $500.00 rent for the park in advance and in cash. Moreover, there is duo the "Blue Grass League" $325.00, which must be paid in order to hold tho franchise The club has exhausted its ccdit and .has no property, therefore cash payments aro demanded. The friends of base ball will readily see if tho abovo $325 comes out of the $1,000 subscribed, I will have no money with which to put a team in the hold. I understood that $1,000 would be turned over to me for that purpose; and tho pressing expenses that will have to bo paid beforo tho gato rocoipts bogiu to come in will' require that amount of money. Therefore, unless moro monoy can be secured, and at once,. I ca¬ servo the Club as President The base ball park has been built and dedicated to bise ball.and tho prospects for a good team this year, and for nnan-cisuccess with it, are very promising. I recommend that the now club, instead of renting tho park at $500.00, purchase llioparKot tne oiu oiuo oy iiaying n $700.00 in cash and giving to it ton $250.00 first mortgage 0 per cent, bonds on all its property. With the $700.00 in cash and the ten first mortgage bonds, the old club ought to bo able to arrange its debts. The real cstato is certainly and the bond$2,500.00, worth holders would bo secure, and by dividing tho amount into ton parts, no one could lose very much in any bvent. The ten bonds can be sold with little trou al Prof. R. M. Shipp, Superintendent of addressed the Normal sometime ago leased the Scanlin farm, Winchester, are busy this week in thoir largo sugar School at their regular assefliWy hour camp There are about a hundred trees last Saturday. - He delivered a very intappe"d and they hopo to have a boun- spiring and helpful lecture oa the teous supply of fine syrup betore the of a Good Teacher." Sev-orseason closes. times during the speech he was heartily applauded by the faeulty and Cook with gas.. Its cheaper students. Prof. Shipp spent most of the day visiting classes in vartetw deparlr monts and expressed his delight at ne I Hurry Up. During will March splendid work he saw in program. Roonn Tobacco growors in this county, and f th one-fourone-h- a those in adjoining counties, still holding Recruits Lost their crops back, should hustle them to Toney and Augeimelr, the well original price. market as in all probability the sales catcher of the mat will close within tho next fifteon days, known twirlor and year's bluegrass league, officiated ht anyway. The Richmond markets havo game of the season as mem held up Stronger than at Lexington, their first bors of the Chicago Cubs at New Chto bring Frankfort or Danvillo but tho prlco is advanileans last Saturday. The Louisiana apt to tako a slump. Toney out of the team won by knocking box. The work of this great pttahar License. will bo watched with interest by those The following marriage license wore in this league w.ho have seen him twirl issuod tlo past weok: Leander Hazel Packard Coming wood, of Kingston, and Doloris Barnett, America's most famous platform car of Ruynon Grovo; Allio Howard, and Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Mirrors, Eva Taylor of Valley'Vlcw; Charles toonist, Alton PaokarU. will appear fa Pictures and Frames Williams and Tlllie Short, of Berea; the Normal chapel on March 13, under George C. Por'kins, of Baldwin, and the auspices of tho Richmond Lecture 213 West Main Street Floronco Ann Sowers, of Whitlock: Course. An ovening ot sparkling fon, d Honry Brlngham and Allio Fowler, of whjesomo sentiment, and satire is promised to all who aro inter Berea. . ested; and practically everybody will bo Notice! interested in so versatile an entertainer. Laundry Sold. promises to be the most keenly en- On Monday, J. Hale Dean, Assignee, This most widely popular nom- 4-11- -44 sold at public outcry tho plant of tho oyabh and the course, consisting as it does Richmond Steam Laundry and it was ber in art, in a setting of CURES purchased by Charles, Waltor and W. T. of song, reading and Thorpe, of Winston, Estill county, at a tho spiciest of wit. "Cbar-acterisUoal WALL PAPER CLEARANCE SALE Remnants and Room Lots we offer to the month of Lots and Remnants at the size of your rooms and take tage of these unheard of bargains. Don't Fail Wlllcjlncj Poultry Raisers ui good-nature- :' i a- Do It Now, 2-- tf 1 Tb3y. I e ' hntui nionttie Pty M juwi"r7 irifT i .v., - , - J .,,"1 id Mis r Z;; "vr WJhroW', f jnmnnvouui t-- prove it ta . riaabfetfoubV" rc . price of $470. Tho owners aro sons of B.P. O..E. Capt. A. J. Thorpe. . They will take An invitation has been extended Rich at onco and announco to the public that thoy will begin business on mond Lodge of Elks by the MhWIeaboro Lodge to attend the grand opening of nest Tuesday, the 14th. its new home on March 17Ui, "and it Is Seo tho new spring styles in stiff hats likely that a goodjynumberwillgo from Guyor $.1.00; Stotson's $4.00. here. Tho home ot tha MhWIeboro Rico & Arnold's. tf Lodge, just completed, is one of the handsomest and most modern homes in Big Haul. . ble. the state, erected at a cost of 525,000 This plan, of course, will require more County Attorney Jackson filed thirty and the membership is oue of the largdiligence on tho part ol tho new club In County Judge Shackel- est. An all day and all night program raisinc money, but 11 uie money is warrants with raised thoro will bo something to show ford yesterday charging "gambling" has been arranged and hundreds of for it and tho park will bo savea lor me aga(nst several very prominent citizens handsomely engraved Invitations have purp6se to which it has been dedicated. of the Silver Creek neighborhood and been sene out to the different lodges of Unless some such plan can bo worked out and cash monoy raised. I cannot ac- according to the evidence upon which the state. complish anything and must dccllno to the warrants were issued thero promises Store Robbed serve." ' to bo some sensational disclosures. Right In broad daylight burglars on County Attornoy Jackson claims this is New sorinsr Stvles in Stetson's soft the biggest haul for gambling in years in tored the General merchandise store of H. Hurst, near the L. & N. depot. hats for the young men, Price $3.50. Madison county. Tho affair has created T. Sunday between 12 and 4 o'clock, and & Arnold's. Rice Quito a sensation in court circles and If away with a quantity of goods. A was tho subject of much commont this made Sweater was found at the rear window with gas. Its cheaper week. ' Cook where the thief is supposed to have en old also Horse Sale. Cook with gas. Its cheaper tered. and he ones. left hisseom socks for that ho It a pair of new Root. Walker, the noted .horseman, dressed himself in as many new articles Special Services. sold ?our good business horses Monday A big lot of as he found in tho store. 10 Tennessee- and Georgia parties for At St. Mark's Catholic cnurch thero iewelrv is also missing. Tho sweater will bo special services during, the Len was recognized as being the property of f200 to $235. ten soason, the Rev. Father O'Dwyro a youth of the east end, Court Day. officiating. Tho program. Is as follows: The police think the clue will work out evening 7:30 p. m. the perpetrator of tho deed. Monday was a Corker court day in Time each On Tuesday evenings Sermon devo buslnesa point of attendance, but in a tions and Benediction with tho Blessed Start Again way it fell a little short, Thero were will bo good news to Uie people of on Upmark Sacrament. It plenty o.f horses and mules On Friday evenings Way of tho Cross Vallev View to learn that Col. James et but only two buyers irom,ouwi-iown- . with tho Blessed Sacra Masters, with the assistance of W. J. and Benediction Joo Jordon, the well known buyer from ment. Roberts, President of tho Kentucky Riv Wiimore purchased two large mules for On Sunday Evenings Sermon devo er Poplar Company, will reorganize the $150 .each for city purposes. Several tion with the Blessed Sacrament abovo'company, that recently suffered chanited" hands between local buyers at Scsdat EvEsms Sebmoxs. financial embarrassment, and will have price! ranging from 9150 to $195" J, E, 1. Grace, and tho Means tb obtain it. a mifl going within a few days. The Johniwn. of Berea, sold to W. W. Bales 2." Baptism, its Necessity and Value sudden turn of affairs brought much a pair for 8355 and James Rowlet pur 3. The Holy Eucharist and tho Real trouble to tha thriving IitUe city ot Val chased a pair for $300. At the Madison Presence. ley v lew, as the lumber interests were Stock Yards there- wore 2,000 cattle on 4.Sacramentof Penapce. tho market and Manager Embry said it 5. Indulgences What they aro and tho real life of tho town. It is claimed loo many mills further that there-arwas the best , March court day he had how to bo used.' ever k,nown .'and one of tho best in the 0. Trials and Triumphs' of God's up thetriver for tho business at Valley View to be anything now liko it has ,histotp of tho yards. Cattle sola an tne church. been in the past, and it is said that the war from 4 to 7 con ts and but 150 True TtJIiSDAT EVESIHO SEBMOXS, j lumber ousiness. at tora nas oeen sen-- i never left over, Mr. Embry stated mat 1, week Sin the Death- - of the SouL ously crippled. Irvine seems to be tho was the samo quality 01 catco befori 2. week Occasions of Sin. lumber busicenter ot activity for-thpurchased soTeadlly at the pricos asked. Z. week Punishment of Stn. ness along the Kentucky, and it U growcents wun as high as 7 Hoeslwent Panacea, of Spiritual Ills. . 4. week; It k ing into something aaormeus. few iuyers, everybody being airatd 01 --. S, weak Prayer, heped that the new company at Valley )fetterfng..marketat present. One tho S. 'week Passiod of Christ, Viaw will be able o tret thinm Kaia I bunc of sVleap; offered failed ta sell, se-- Vefbr Wghxa.profiUole way aocL. WiUsoti Brothers' shtru in choice Two; toads or uue wero pursnasea ktp man? faules tee that Maiito and skipped uf itei patterns 11.00 and W.50. Bitot fcArnoM' Whw'uh be foftwd to RKk oUra1 M " well-knowe 1- -2 Miss Katie BfTWt. BjiAlown. Kt.. "I law rati Rrape f poultry icroerfr made. 1 1 pgr, taptaaadiWienvwt iaiuul 13. ,W9wBanirtow?.KT..Mre "poe drop oiReap IraaiXiiJiewixmaiKlR&rrilrMciiickilislaajr. Itt I &e bot prevrome 1 ooo- nJtosi ko ouke. so fat Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup Canker, nini.linno uuu an nionnono ui r)n,tM LMuuuueu rnrl ill ui3ca3C3 nt ruuuiy Mfg. and Gturantted by J. Bolt Wrd .fan tJUW , lurorrt DmL jean asd teat tube Urt Crnrac, Bardstown. Ky. Price 58c at all &ragistt. SOLO BY Stockton & Son Ladies' --:Ready to wear Goods are arriving daily. Ele gant styles. Respectfully" Mrs. J. M. Barlow New Gibson Building Mam Street There is More to Paint tttaa the eofer. Whan you' paiat dwTf just select the shade aad lot it go att that Make sure also that you ar usiag pamt that wilt wear, eeatmue look well, hoW its color loag, stay the job aad give good honest servree. It takes paint Hka tha brands we seM teg, t' give service Hke this. - sv ,l It 9 Tnitigs v. The Man who invented the hinged collar button and. pot rich by It, saw a good thing that had been within six inches of millions of men's eves tor fifty years. young chap came Into the Slqre Saturday wanted to know the mi nolo h sot inside whether we had such and such a suit that was the window on Monday. No It" was snl'l "I knew it" he said a friend of mine has it on." "I've admired that suit in the window two or three times but I'll be, glggercd if I thought it could be bought for the price he told me he "Got anything like it" "Why don't vou put prices on tbem in the window?" "Who made tho suit any way?" pa-d.- I The jtU jB Regular Lines All Mpfom Suits & Last and Deepest Price SaleAfay Sfopg ISj M V SMS j, lwsi nj nmSbi vY Vj I S1JLj vfj ffi ffi M vy ffi ffi stg ' N s st N Nothing Held Out "It's a to them." Schloss Bros. ,& Co. Suit 'Well One of the line of the "Olothes Beautiful." let's see some of shem they've certainly some class Overcoats , Shoes Shoes. foiv the whole family. Heav:y High Tops' beluw cost. Mediyra weights, all leathers, latot styles at deep cut price-- . A Boys' Suits fine lot of & You can toll tbem by the Sflhlnss o label on the Coat Collar. Also bv the Custom Made Look $1500 up; lrs sho-vln- Yoilr choice of all pur fine College Brands $16.50 Regular $25 ,$27 .and $30 Suits for .'. 13.50 Suits worth 20 00 and 22 50 for 10.00 Suits vtf.rth 15 00 to 18 OQ for 7.00 Suits, worth 12.00 and 14.00 for 5.00 Suits worth 10.00 now cut to Bms' Suits to ekft from. Look in our window at the remarkable low prices ove stopked - They mut go' regardTes Biing yur lxv to thisstoie ami w- - will sav money AH We f r .n New Styles " . JChe Season's Best i if r U Just after the sale we are g Heavy Fleeced fjnderwear, a standard hih grada hrnnd regular 50 cent garments now 35 cents. Dr rhy Ribbed medium weight, enjors erentn, blut-- a"d fancy tri Regular 50 cenU garments, now 35 cnts. Wnght's Health and Spi injr Needle regular SI quality now 75 cents. Mmtsiikg'TJuitin S<e, the perfawt fitting srarmnts. below cost. Deep cnts on Hats and Gaps. We can fit any head, suit any face, at any price New Goods in. Every Department a . Cali to One and All J, S. Stanif er9 Prop. For Sale. Few thousand second band brick. J. I. King & Son, 210 Moberly avenue. tf IP Home o! Good Clotiies iiMkes Makers e ss fiKescco. M Kcw York They areali obbok fall of new spring stuff Especially in Wash Goeds, Hamburgs, Embroideries. Laoefi. etc Come nad see then before thry are picked over they are new and fresh now. Oar new line of Imperial Dross Skirts have jest arrived and the styles and weaves are very beautiful. .Come and see the beet fittiug Skirts shown on this or any other market. Onr styJes are exclusive. We have just . H&ine o! Good Clothes 7R V Cor. Second and Main Streets Richmond, Ky : received mme new Tailor made for ladies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to se the new styles and getprfees. Sebloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to some in ia all their new spring glory. .Our Use f sew spring Oxfords ane Strp Sandals in Queen Quality bw for ladles ure already in ateck. Mak yoar sdeetten sow while you can get your sire Our VVm. Kneoiaad Shoes and Osfeois fsr men are showing up (better than ever for this spring. See tbem. get our prioas and see the nw things In every department we ca save job money on every p rebate. is Watch Repairing a specialty to which we give special attention. No matter how much or how DI e- ARB Interested in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Dcors, Sash, Etc. If so, see W. B. Oldham & 1 : - C out-doo-rs C l wjtako particular pride The Vulcan Chilled Plow Is a success and no experiment Ball is sleeping and a plain, nourishing diet are all good and helpful, but the most imnortant of littlo the watch is defective or damaged in doing the wjrk so tho timepiece will be as good as or better than it when new. We do jewelry repairing and remodeling in the same way ' . t Hog Raisers Vt'e Arc your hogs worth 5 cents per head? guaranlco dis-ea-so Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy tokeephogs healthy and free from for 5 cents per head per month. It cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimutales the Appetite, aids Digestion and OHOtes hogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hag raisers throughout the country. Come in and let us tell you about It. P-rry- Test us with some piece you cannot now use It is considered by users as the SootFs Emulsion It is the standard treatment prescribed by physicians al( over the world for this dread disease. It is the ideal to heal the lungs and build up the wasting food-medicine 1 Best Chilled Plow Manufactured F. J. YEAGER MAIN STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY Robt. R. Durnam llobt. R. IJurnam, Jr. 's 2- -t Drug Store. For Sale. To , dwards Lumber Co. Coratr ilai i 9 body. FOR. SALS BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send 10a, cine of paper and thti ni. for cor beauUIul Savingi Dank and Child's Each bask contain a Good Iuclc l'eunj. SCOTT & BOWKEi 409 Pcari SU N.Y. Gketch-lloof- I havo several pood building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brack Ave. Location, drainage, ecu, the.very best. Most desirable 'for apartment house or living residence. Any one interested in purchase please call on the owner, Mrs. D. M. Bright- or her son. Dr. Bright. tr - Phone 1 00 5 "' Richmond, K A Wonderful Display of Handsome nsurance Agency Leading Companies Represented Skin Affections. Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo ioap. An Unusual Offer Tne Perry Drng Store say9 to every person, be it man, woman or child, who has an irritated, tender or itching skin to comn o our 6iore an'd procure a bottle ui ZEMO and a cake ZE3JC- - sonp ate not entirely eatitflni with tho results, come back and get your money. So confident are we of the efiiuacv of this cban, simple treatment that wo make you thia nn- snal a (Tar. ZEMO is a clear liquid for externa) :a that has cured so ina y case ol etzen.a, pimples, daDdrtiff nnd othnr forms t skm eruption. ZEMO and ZKMO soap are the most economical as I well as tho cleanest ajrt most offrciive treatment for aflctioite of the skin or calp. whether mi infants grown lina, Glassware, 7 J Herbert Gets It J I w Keep a "Vulcan m good running order than any other make of chilled xtcosBs iass t 1 plow. Why? 2sTot 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 full line of repairs .'or the Vulean. Also Syracuse Hill Side Plows and repairs "Y" . Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display m J . . ... Douglas, Simmons & Deatherase CJ Second Street Herbert Kinnaird, tho well known in surance agent of Lancaster, and who is also known in Richmond, 1ms purchased the franchise to operate a telephone sys tem in Stanford. It was sold at auction last week and Kinnaird purchisod it for 81.00. The Bast Tonnesrco Tolephone Company, against which a fight was made by tho oitizens of that city, ref us ed to bid, claiming that it had legal rights to do business in Stanford. Do you know that of all the minor ail menu colds an by far the most damrer ous? It is not Ue cold its self that you FIRE, TORNADO All JForms Office in Douglas & Simmons' Building Second Floor niilou seweii 140-14- 2 North Second Street 1 a MCMnney 6 and 223 YEC-fTl-BLE- Telephones CAIX AND SEE THEM. Our Grocery Department will have early and the choicest the market afforJs will gladly S Telephone 20 BEGIN ON EASTER SUNDAY and enjoy wearing your new clothes all season. Any design you select from our fashion plates will represent what is being worn in the large cities; and if you want neea to rear, but Uie serious d ureases Moxt of them are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cousii Iteasdv and cure your cold white you can? For sale by fatoekion & Son. that it often leads to - sat You Want to please my customers. lose sleep and stop eating in an effort Bring me your pe.rqns In Louisville. On Wednesday, March 20th, there wilt be a meeting held in Louisville, by Tlie Best Price, for your For 5ale Ono 4 cylinder, 4 passengor Automo bile, first class running order, good rea son for soiling. This machine has only been run 2500 miles. Call on or adross. Ike Glasser, Miller Bros. Co. Broadway & Main, Lexington, Ky. l' -- ides, Furs, Tallow, and I Wool prominent educators all over thos.tntCi for the purpose of inaugurating a state wide campaign in behalf of securing better eduoatiomtt conditions in the rural schools, especially. Every one inter ested is urged to be presont in addition to the educators. pay the highest prices T ' Riirg phone 363 RICHMOND brin; it to the M. WIDES KENTUCKY Believes In It That prominent capitalists, ovor the county boliove stronglyin the good investment offered by tho Richmond Elw- triot Company in its recent bond offer, is proven by the action of T. Lindsay Fitch, of Louisville.' who purchased a big block of stock last week. Mr. Fitch is connected with Electric Companies of Bawling Greon, Frankfort and other places in Kentucky and believes that Richmond is to become within a few yoars a town of 10,000 or more people. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Near L. & N. Depot a ! M Our auctioneer will get a little more for it than any other place. A competent force always on hand to handle your tobacco in the proper manner. .Jones and B. P. Black are constantly in attendance and see that your interests are carefully guarded. All old timers in the tobacco business. B. B. Million, W. M. 3 Frea Liver Remedy u. . met comttcxT L ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Readv Berch Tailored Wear Guaianteed r.it Shrink or Fade to to r Bug co.C To Look As on Good ,na m"OST Clothiers never sav a word about the fabrics from which clothes are made, other thau "they are all woul." Naturally at any first class sbop you expect to obtain "all wool." But, won't it interest you to learn about colors and patterns? The fabrics from which "Griffon Clothes" are m&de are the smartest of weaves from the n mills in the world. In color, they range from plain blacks and blues to the popular browns, pleasing arrays &ad stunning tans. There are small checks, large overpkids, herringbone stripes and fancy stripes, rery beautiful, but of no decided pattern. best-know- of woolens and workmanship guaranteed to satisfy. Suits to order exact masureraen t s and curves of your body. Qualitv ly worked into them bv ..ui Chicago tailors, Ed.' "V. 'Price the blood, etc. A very quick & Co., and buHt to meet the way to stop the trouble as and cure la hv n lt thn the deisfrn must be artitiea. ouihelf as on the plnt s. ment at the first signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the wrong remedy. When the liver docs not store uo suf- and In this way disturbs the stomach fflid In harmony. Then comes the sallow It is well to stop a physical ail- Why Suffer ? i I 50 years .xpenence the factory guarantee in d, n. sensible n. VC'.-.i- as? tne ae- Jfi?22s the doctor thousands who have the result achieved with his remcdyt aid who aro Sflad to make the facta public so that tlvnr f'h "SS?4 w $20to'$40'' we are daily receiving our new spring line of Dress Goods, "RjidcliffV'LowCuu for ladies, R. & G. and Amer- Kennedy, St. Louis. Mo.; Mrs. S La Kuo of SmltU-- Grove, Ky and many s al wool rvarr. "Griffon Clnt.TiPs" will nlonuo wu Ua. cause of their fabric and style. Griffon Clothes" are tki wool. Then, reinforcing-ever- fabrie is the quality, the $12.50,$5r$I3;arid?20 ican Beauty Corsets. ? "We are showing the latest in Neckwear and Fancy Combs for ladies. jnay Inlne Uie stomach, liver or ixrwefe atoolufefr free of eharauT VfrriaiT. ZL wtfi ,lXZZriJ?--? letter and mpl afauriy sind your Z5L the rpu started SyrHp PSta with p. sampleT send your name and ot.taIn a free trial botu" la promptly cured with this remedy money be refunded, buy U"ln the Sf1,onr d"'Sf?'st a.t fifty cenu aul a bottic. and the Utter Is SH5clent for an entire family. . This remedv Is j over cathartic tablets and. salts; which Pepsin Is permanent In lis reeulta Pleasant to tahft and 3oespot lpe.' if not itanrt violent punratlue. vutwreu peraonauy wm be pleased t? thh JSf-Se0 rkS thouranda of others, Are TOU One of fhfi frinnHn-nrlvP suffer from female ailments ? If so, don't be discour-agego to your druggistad get a bottle of Wine of vaj.uui. yn tne nrrapper,.are fuU directions for use. Dumrje: the last half prnirnmr nni! i,,., establisned in thonsnYirls hf iinmnc uo ouJkC 1 . . m. uviuvu, . . TAT Tlmn trrh,il. 1 x viLiji. uuy wonien enaure. it is reliable. "u ""AUiitu mgissaiems ana can be on in almost any casei. -- cfc .1 . VI Vi from smallest boy to largest man. . Newest stock in city to select from suits, all sizes ift JRS-Kiat- if0 ?mf I c-- f"uar r , Mra.'f!hftr7oa " -- It WU1 Help You T!r,m J 34 .ftiri, , wit WW mucii uardui Imr flrma tn-4:v r oiore i jjgaa taking Oaixiul ewiw. not do a day's work. would work awjiile and lie dctwnj Tjm& always give praise to your Vtt""ot' in ousft t4 and Farnisijing Go. Crttes, Trttftks, Um etc., at lovrest priet s fo Hats Fine ,Lioe New Style class gocxl Bawmji or. w. Btimftt Ok cut- - AT ALU UltUGr SfTOP-Rf- l UOtlaw and l aboring House ia Richmond 1 Wii - Stouffer