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' - 7?--r- r--r j ; , 37th YEAR ' J - ; - : RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911 ' j. - . - " NUMBER 39 Wallpaper 'S'ag,tt h t W.P.BAXTER Msg1" L. JR. Blanton t " - ., - .... .. - - r " wallpaper Remarkable Tribute to a ored Man. Col- -- Croup Conquered and Remember This , Sole Agent For The Celebrated 9 Wilton Jellieo TELEPHONE COAL 85 The following tributo penned by Rev. Dr. B. B. Barnes, pastor of the Christian Cburou of this oily, and unanimously adopted and signed by tho members of the Local Option Executive Committee of Richmond and other citizens, was handed to tho colored temperance orator, Prof. E. V. B. Curry, of Urbana, Ohio, President' of tho Curry Normal and Industrial School for colored children. This tribute far better describes the work dono here by Prof. Curry than any statement which might bo mado and it is' published by special order of the Committee which planned and fought to a successful conclusion tho recent memorable campaign and which resulted in a majority of 123 against the licensed saloon: I ROYAL BAKING POWDER AkmokHmly Every Mother Should Read I Pure Resolutions Coumendiso Prof. Odkkt N. V. WH The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man ITE . Late Summer Fabrics are now filling our shelves, also a complete showing of School Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties, and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to ive our customers Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Richmond, Ky., March 4, 1911. To whom it may concern: Wo tho undersigned members of the Local Option Campaign Committee of tho city of Richmond, which has this day finished its work, take this opportu- nity to commend tho sorvicos of Prof. E. AV. B. Curry, of Urbana, Ohio, Presi dent of tho Curry Normal and Industrihl Sahool, to all communities who may need assistanee in promoting tho groat work of temperance. Prof. Curry has beoa with us in two successful campaigns, and we speak with a confidence born of knowledge. In tho first place, we gladly place our selves on record in acknowledging that a large measure of our success in each campaign was due to tho untiring efforts of Prof. Curry. Wo are happy to add that oach campaign resulted in victory for the temperance cause. Secondly Prof. Curry is air orator of the first rank, and has unusual power over Uie audiences to whom he speaks. lie delivered about fourteon addresses in the campaign just closed to large au diences, and many other addresses to audiences in our smaller meeting places, and every address was of tho highest order. His originality is one source of his powor. Ho always has an intellectual surprise in sttore. He is a finished speak er from every point of view. He is scholarly, witty, pathetic, polished, and always ontortainingTtnd instructive. H o is a gifted tactician, and meets difficult situations gracefully and successfully. Thirdly While in ouroityhe spoke frequently to audiences composed of white and colored people. In this port of the world that fact is significant. No ordinary mon can do that. But tho peo ple believe in him, for they have come to regard him as a refined Christian gentleman. He won laurels from both races, and from persons in every walk of The official Government teste show Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful grape cream of tartar baking powder, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. With no other agent can biscuit, cake and be made so pure, healthful and delicious. hot-breads Royal Bating Powder costs only a fair price per pound, end is cheaper and better at its price (Kan any other baking powder in the world. It makes pine, clean, healthful food. Royal Cook Bool In tiny home wharo a child has a teno dency to croup, a bottle of Hyomei HJgh-o-mshould be kept it constantly on hand. A sudden attack of croup with difil cult breathing and extreme distress is apt to come on at any time. Tho course to be pursued is plain Send for your doctor at once, and in tho meantime drop 30 drops of Hyomei into a bowl of boiling water and hold tho child's head over it, cover with a towel or cloth, so that only the air filled with Hyomei vapor is breathed. This method of treatment has saved many a child's life, and moihors of croupy children should see to it that Hyomei is always on hand. Full instructions for prompt relief of croup is in each package. A 50c bottle of Hyomei is all you need in treating croup. This is known in all drug stores as Extra Bottle Inhalent. B. L. Middelton and druggists everywhere sell it? It is guaranteed to oure catarrh, croup, sore throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds, or money back. (pro-nounce) Ily-om- ei An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a Steams & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. Barred Rock Eggs For 5ae. I have forsalo in any quantity Thompson's strain Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, price SI., for 15 eggs. Estimates furnished for lots of 100 eggs or moro. C. D. Miller, Richmond, Ky. mch STEARNS & fOS MATTRESS Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsaakacy hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course yon would buy Stearns cc Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor . Windsor . 800 Receipts Fret. Send Name and Address. NFtf YORK. ROYAL BAKING FOWDEB CO., life. Fourthly Prof. Curry is an untiring worker for his cause from tho day that lie comes upon tho sceno of his labors until the hour of his departure therefrom. If evor a worker gave a Committee full sorvice, not sparing, himself, that victory might crown his efforts, we cheerfully agree that Prof Curry is that man. Fifthly Among his own race, he inoves with the affection of a father, find the powor of an oracle. Ho wins (hoir confidence and esteem. They listen to his counsels, and never for a moment has their confidence been misplaced. He is an example to them of tho possibilities of their race. fibre that will command tho attention of any audionce in Amorica. It is with pleasure that this Committee gives him their unqualified endorsement: R. E. Turloy, Jno. R. Gibson, S. H. Thorpe, C. C. Wallace, Geo. D. Simmons. D. A. McCord, O. F. Higgins, J. Chcnault. W. O. Oldham, N. B. Deatherage, R. B. Torrill, U. G. Sandlin, Lyman Parrish, L. T. Wilson, O. E. Woods, E. B. Barnes, G. W. Orutchfield, C. C. Marshall and D H. Scanlon. Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema "We Prove It.', Why waste time and money experimenting with greasy salves and such, trying to drive tho eczema germ from underneath the skin whon H. L Perry guarantees Zcmo, a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble? One application will relieve the itching and oftentimes one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema. In over 2,000 towns and cities in Amorica, the leading druggist has the agency for Zemo and ho will tell you of the marvelous cures mado by this clean, simple treatment. Zemo is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema, pimples, dandruff and all othor forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on our recommendation? Perry's Drug Storo. ... . . $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A $16.00 22.50 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty a BSESK. 11, W. & O. JL J a L. A Special Medicine for Kidney Ailments. Many elderly p'eople have found in Foloy's Kidney Remedy a quick roliof and permanent benefit from kidney and bladder ailments and from annoying urinary irregularities due to advancing years. Isaac N Regan, Farmer, Mo., says nlftir1.a TTtnni Ak.iui.vj Ifnmn,ln niTnnt n iiviucuj cutvtu u ujcj complete cure in my case and I want others to know of it. Sold by Stockton 1 Sixthly To sum up our appreciation of him: We believe in "him because We know him, and have had abundant op portunity to observe tho life that he lives, while this prosperous Local Option Community proclaims the work that he (Iocs. He has tho mental and moral & Son. t If you have trouble in getting rid of Cook with gas. Its cheaper! Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk- your cold you may know that yoi are not treating it properly. There is do The moat common cause of insomnia er'sHair Dressing: Parlor. reason why a cold should hang on for is disorder of the stomach. Chamber-lian- 's weeks and it will not if you take Cham Stoma eh and Liver Tablets correct Come ia and bare yoar hair dressed Cough Remedy. For sate by berlain these dtsofdeis and enable you to sloop. in the newest style, braids and panN Stockton & Son. For sale by Stockton A Sow. made to eider. Braids ieetrid to W. 1. Douglas shoes for nee. $3.00 N aw spricg neckwear, all styles a aatocal enter. High I pices ; I for and S3.G0, Rice & Arnold's. tf shades, 38 and 30 eeats. Kiee & Arnold's, Hilling o "ton's Two doors aoos e drmj tore, an Main street, office rnone tf Head Feel languid, weak, Mo 345, residence M. Whea you bavahewmatism in your ache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain ease t grade shoes for of lazy liver. Burnock Blood Bitters foot or instep apply Chamberlain's LiniTo wear the ment and you will get quick relief. It tones liver and stomach, promotes diges- costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For men you must buy the Stacy Adams, Rice & Arnold's. tion, purifies the blood. sale by Stockton & Son. if i run-dow- n? hig-hes- A A WeSe'l ' We Sell 3 May Manton Patterns JOc Each GETTING READY are getting ready for spring business in .191 J we have ever had Our merchanof it already; here, some on the way and we are rushing the remainder dise is all .bought---pa- rt In. order that we may have plenty of room, we are making lower prices than ever on all heavy goods we the-bigges- May Manton Patterns 10c Each tf tf tf I- I - tf tf 4 3$ We t have on hand. 4; r Have You Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now ... 5 before, the. best values are all gone We will save you good money We are sellibg Ladies' Suits worth from 2.50 to 35.00, for from . tf tf tf tf r Z e , . l. ' Ladies' Coasts worth 650 to 20.00, for from 3.98 to 12.50 Menf s Suits and Overcoats, worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to J 5.00 ' other wiinter weight goods' at. very loV prices " We mean to close these goods out.., Gome get a bargain -. ".-.-V- 750 to jaQOv ; : ' ' "t 'x-r'.- . t t; : - .- ;'l ? ' ;? - it Corner First Ham ton Bpo thcrs 1 & Main Richmond , Kentucky nnW 1. - . t ' r- . I i i" r?-- r II - T , i i. i i r i t i r a . til A Startling Record Made In Richmond; Due To Local Option. Editor 1 Nearing Completion. A special to tho daily papers from. Versailles, says: "From present indications trains will bo running over tho Kentucky Highlands branch of tho L. & N. railroad between this city and Frank fort by April 15th. The track laying was begun several days ago, and the rails have beon laid to a point about two and a half miles west of Versailles. Work is progressing rapidly on tho new passenger dopot hero and on tho concrete viaduct across tho tracks on North Main T k j I I 1Ehe Spring Is Coming Climax:- - SHERWOOD Will make tho Season of 1911, it my placo at Red House, Kentucky, at . . Fiae Young Stallion SPRING SHOWiN We speed the parting winter and turn to make our bow to spring, embodying amon other new things the latest ideas in evolutioii of and it is time you were making up vour summer dothas. McKEL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Floun- cingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear i i Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest OWEN McKBB The Richmond Climax. retlBBEO ETERT ton, spent Saturday nod Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex GiWs, in we country. WEMBUY IT 1 i ' 1 li several days. (Incorporated.) Mies Martha Washington Maupin, who Low Dealing is attending college in 1'hHftdelpfcia, wa6 Mgr. called The Dollar Princess. A. B. MUler Fw. and home this week en account of the Sec'y-Tiea- s. Telephone 62 W. O. Whit Opera House Building J illness of her little sister. Kathoryn, who AT THE LEXINGTON OPERA - Editor Stewe K. Vangkt HOUSE. A special from Lexington says: Char "Tho Dollar .Princess," the beautiful les Kmc and Frances Tipton, both of Viennese musical comedy, comes to the Madison county were married in this city KEKW6KY PRCS6 ASM04ATMII Lexington Opera House Monday, March sauwomy or jusuee lien l). lien, in mis 20th, tor two performances, matinco and private oWce at the court house. night. The company is under tho manoetffH BKTMer namm league. agement of Mr. Charles Frohman, and The Normal Sunday School class of numbers nearly one hundred people the Methodist church was very pleasant YEAR ly entertained VER FBIOE with a magnificent scenic production, U.M at the boe of Prof. and with a special augmented orciios-tnt- j. Smith on Thursday evening the Sili IN ABVA&OE This musical comedy ran ten About eighty students were in attend Millinery Opening. months at tho Knickerbocker Theatre, I anee. New York. The music of "Tho Dollar - 11 1 TKT3BXBSOAY MAR. IS We cordially invite you to our Openin Princess" is almost worthy of a place in Miss Mary EHsabeUi Lackey, who is Motor attenamg Hamilton college. Lexhwrton. of Spring and bummor Millinery on grand opera. The lyrics are extremely Now Gibson graceful and melodious, and "The Dolpanied bv her schoolmate Mks Thursday, March 23rd. will autoW. I. Prtkak, ot MfW emmty, lianoah. of is. III., snentfram Frkwv Building, Main street. March & Douglas. lar Princess Waltz" is fast becoming reI :: for Um legislature against uniil Monday with her parent Mr. and rsadtdnf precognized as a successor to tho famous First Chicks. Francis Dotujms, ha annnnnc ed two Jtrs. Jonn r. uackey. in the country. "Merry Widow Waltz." "The Dollar to all Master Jno. Boothe, the young son of Princess" is full of Me is against and planks In Uc platform Mrs. Lewis Keale entertained last Fri I'rof. each of tho to be. Heating, Machine work. the oawthtnanm of the Xonual Schools day and Mrs. D. M. Chenault met Thurs boasts1 toothavingof the formal bciiooi funniest its characters seems metbountil fellow you have ever of the Drat young ohioks of th state and is far Um abolishing of day at Bridce in honor of Mies Cecil, of of Um season. They were hatched the the next one comes on the stage. Their I will Danville, who is Mrs. B. L. MkMmton's the Kentucky State University The guest. Miss Cecil was given a theatre MUi of February young Boothe.k; get humor is not of the slap stick sort, but gray matter in his cranium must be get- pert mat Monday evening by Mrs. J. U. Ung to be quite an expert at poultry is extremely merry and witty. Tho raising. piece, though its music aud dances and ting stagnant. The voters of Boyle coun- Bosley. refined merriment, has a universal apg tv shculs swamp him with socb Mrs. Jerry Broad d us, of Speedwell, a The old Richmond Steam Laundry i peal. One of the prettiest choruses that B. vote thnt ho would never again sister of Messers Robert and Joe Harris. no at in full operation. Phone 98 for has ever been seen in Lexington wjll be seen with this Company. The gowns get Um idea he if not fit for a lawmaker. of this county is dangerously ill and her prompt and guaranteed service. oeam us momentarily expected. Sue alone in the pieco are said to havo cost C. S. Tharp. Manager. After this Mochuntion his opponent was stricken with paralysis several days ' It tnirty-flv- e thousand dollars, and quite shouldn't have to make another days ago and lac Monday she was thought to tho siostextravagcutly staged piece Mr RICHMOND OQMPANY Lost Boyle has sent more real oe aeaa lor several hours and her family canvass. Frohmau has ever sent out. Owing to On the streets of Richmond or be the melodious score, special care has "Monad Huildsre" to the legislature in connecuous notioed, but she rallied. Mrs. Broadeus is fifty two years of age. the aunt yean than any other county in l ween town and my home on the Irvine oeen tuken by Mr. Frohman to sccuro B. F. HURST, Manager Phone 270 Mrs. J. I. McKinney of Montnomerv. pike, Monday, court day, small receipt girls with good voices. Smwaean his the skate. a Am., "Katydil" has in the hands ef Um visocs, that they feroe Out publishers another book "The Weed by book with "A. J. Tribble newspaper and Warning to Railroad Men. victim to believe he is running oh a tne uj all. It will be issued in the Fall. mags tine agency "stamped in red letters Look out for sevoro and even dangerMr . McKinney was Miss Kate Slaughter on baek. Finder mail same to above. real lien um t fori. bladder trouble resultand was a native of this countv, where Richmond, Ky., or to Climax office. ous kidney and of ing from years railroading. Geo. E. you notice the report of the she has a great many Jriends who wiil For fear this book is not recovered, will Bell, 238 Third Sts., Fort Wayne, Ind.. On halt with pleasure the appearance of her American Tobacco Company' clearing new noci. ask all those who gave me their sub was many years a conductor on the Nickel Piute. He says: "Twenty years for the past year, just S3.0d0.0t0 in exB. L. Middleton was hostess last soriptkm to the Cincinnati Weekly En of railroading loft my kidneys in terrible Mrs. too big a piece of .meat for cess of the nroYions year and thnt was Friday afternoon from three to five The Kansas City Journal to condition. There was a continual pain at a quirerand en tone tee which they bought for 15 and ten in eomnlunent to her eharminr ruest gather on that dale, to please mail me across my back and hips and my kidyou. As a matter of fact we SO eta per pennu. Figure what it will be Mms Sadie Cecil, of Danville. The home me much distress, and tho their address at once for it w.U be im neys givemy bladder was doubt if we could. For those frequent and nest year en tobacco that they have just was artistieally decorated with daffodils possible to order these papers before action of use earuest of sprinn flowers, the beauti most painful. I got a supply of Foley who buy meat here reguarly finished buying at an average of about 7 ful yellow hue brought out a neat color heading from you. Other subscriptions Kidney Pills and tho first bottle made a cants. If this monopoly isn't in restraint scheme. The hasuss was a assisted in given me on that date will be sent wonderful improvomontand four bottles declaie that none of it ever cured me completely. Since being cured of trade, them there isn't each a thing as entertaining by Muses Margaret Parrish. promptly. A. J. Tmikblr, goes to waste. is so tender I have recommended Foloys Kidney nessie jb titer, and Xesdames Harry being m restraint of trade. Lake Reba Box 11, Richmond, Ky. Hanger, Lewis Xeale, and J. G. Bosler, Pills to many my railroad friends". and toothsome, so different while Mtsses Julia begins and Tillie K. Schmidt will have her usual dis- Sold by Stockton & Sn. from ordinar meats that no WaKawnw put on a whirlwind cam- Trwble poured coffee. It was one of play V. .pattern hats on of March 23rd and one thinks of leaving any. unpaign to nunc money for the new hespi the clmrming social event which have 24lh. Call and inspect them. Uninjured. 2t eaten. tal, bat the Democrat says, there was been given in honor of Miss Cecil. There's no waste Mr. Hill enm oyer, tho noted Fayette The regular meeting of the Ceeilian the "whirl" resulted. Kich- about our meats. You kuow county nurseryman has givon out the Corn. 5eed was held with Mrs. Ueo. W. Pickets in whirl and in one day liquid ClubWednesday afternoon March what that means. Farmers who desire to improve the following concerning the fruit outlook in on 8th. Kentucky: Fruit in Central Kentucky ated a large debt on Um Puttie A. Clay of guesu were dite a numberprogram was present quality of their seed corn will do well is yet uninjured, thanks to the recent Subject of the Beethoven'i to read the offer of T. 3. Tribble appear heavy sleet. The fruit buds were deNinth Symphony. This symphony was ing in this issue of the Climax. Free veloped fast as a result of the days of written in law ana wag also called the temperature, but offer of one pint of Podigrced Clav rising in time to check tho cold wave toral Symphony, because of the own- came nature's advanco Successor to Douglas, & Culton bmation of voices and . instruments. county Mo. Whito Seed Corn "with a.id the sleet that followed protected the . c .ue iirogram, reiresnments were years subscription or renewal to any buds. Central Kentucky Is about due 231 WEST MAIN STREET aiw of TELEPHONE 12. Mr. Oehnan N'esT. the chicken miser, served and both the guests and Club bis listed publications. DonTt fail to (or a good fruit crop, and tho old adage members gave the hostess many assurof a heavy sleet, meaning a full fruit, is wnc in Danville last week. ances of having had a "well spent" and road it. likely to be realized. Tho sleet told XtesKate Lee Deaney of Paint Lick meet pleasantly spent afternoon. Pro Jte peer policy to wait untill you hav heavily onpeach trees and many ajoung was here several days met week. gram: treo was almost barren of twigs when a fire to beginlhlnking about insurance tho weight of tho ice lifted. Cherries, The Xiuth Symphony. Mhss Price Oumm. is renerted much Mrs. Pickets Mies Doty. Do it now. We write tho best oIicies plums, pears, peaches and apples prombetter from a recent itlsBssof pneumonia Mrs. Ferris Mrs. Middleton. tDan H. Breck ise abundant yields, while tho strawMr. and Mrs. D. M. Ohonnnk, have Mrs. W. G. White Mrs. 11. IL Burnam berry crop which last year was ruined by gone to Martinsville for a sojourn of Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Kellogg. Fire, Lite, Accident and Health Insur a light freeze in May. will this two weeks. UoU Call Impressions and personal anoe in the very best old line Companie year, make a record brcaKing yield. recoimouons ot tne bympnoay. hen tho generally accepted theory of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Xarmg have ref, AVm. S. Broaddus. AgL setting small truits in the spring of the turned from a visit te their daughter K.Paper. Bach and Beethoven Mrs. A. Bumam. year and fruit and foliage trees in tho Mrs. Allen at Carlisle. An Ordinance. fall, is considered tho surest wav. vet At a dinner party Thursday eveninjr. Manager ThosMs, for the American How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. "When given by Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilale Dean, the Be it ordained by tho Board of Coun Vood results are obtainablo in the spring eriti-oallTebaoee interests here, has been engagement at Miss ISleanor Ohenauk cil of Richmond, Ky., that the following ot me year in sotting out iru't trees. in town don't fail to see the new ill for several days. . I. air Tit moo nmmersen uwynne, was property owners Joe Umnoliicliani. IS. in the fall. Tho pruning season is now Miss Kelt Dooely, of Cincinnati, has announced, the wedding to be solera niz J. Clay and Mrs. Jennio Smith be and on in full blast, in fact, it is ncaing its arrived to take charge of the Millinery edmJune. The bride is the daughter tho same are hereby ordered to con close, and yet we vonturo tho assertion many farmers and orchardists have doparunent at E. V. Elder's. of Mrs. a Thomas Chenault, of "Cum struct and maintain concrete pavemonts that . -1 curb and gutters in front of and abutting neglected this important work. Prun v iew Mrs. Mae Bush and daughter. Ethel vootHHi i nib county and is a ing a tree or raspberry bush is as neces Opposite Elder's. We aro headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. For Dean, have gone to Danville, for a visit young women ef charming personality, upon tiieir respective properties on West sary as suckenng tobacco or thinning peesesswe those traits of charantnr Main bL running the full lontrth of sum hill Scents you can buy many items that ordinarily soil for a dimo. For 10 to her sister, Mrs. Charles P&tes. of corn. and according to specifications hereto which has cents you get values worth up to a quarter. Wo have everything in Miss Fannie Fnuder. of Wioomantown of Mends. endeared iter to a wide circle fore adopted by the Board of Council II r. (iwvane is a resident oi Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware. Woodenware,, is visiting her mndnerents, nr. and Georgetown, but has charge of a private pavements shall be ohrht feet Said Mis. Theodore Wilson, at Moberly. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every priije marked in plain figures. Buy your scnooi nere iot tne past year and is a wide and on a grade furnfbbcd bv the very popular young man. The announce- Street committee. household goods here and SAVE MONEY Mr. William Owenc. of CinetuMti. Richmond People Should No spent Saturday and Sunday here with ment did not come as a surprise to the Passed Men. &191L bis mother and sister en Orchard street. nwny friends of the youi.g 'jouple who Approved Saml Rice Mayor Wait Untill It Is Too LateT nave been awaiting with a pleasine Mr. H. T. Gilbert and daughter. Ellen anxiety for the news. Attbst A. B. Fabis Clerk Those present at The appalling death rate from kidney have returned from a delightful visit u tne uean nome were: Jtr. and Mrs. Dean, disease is uuo in most cases to tne lacl Mrs. T. J. Appleyard, at Ft. Myers, Fla. Mr. Uwynne, An Ordinance. and Miss Chenault, Mr. that the little kidney troubles are usu Prof. D. W. Bridges, of the Lancaster William Smith and Miss Jane Stockton, Be it ordained by the Board of Coun ally neglected untill they become ser Mr. Alex Denny and Mies Madee Bur- oily sennets, was here Saturday. lie is ious. Tne slight symptoms give place to 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building one of the loading educators ot'ihe state. nam. Mr. William Marstelmr and Miss cil of Richmond, Ky., that paragraph chronic disorders and the sufferer goes uurnam. Mr. Edward Stooklon er subsection 2 of Section 39 of llie graauitiiy into grasp ot diabetes, dropsy, Marion Mrs. W. C. Smith, and daughter, of and Miss Ratherioe Bylaws and ordinances of the Citv of White. Mr. D. Lexington are here the guest of her Chenault and Mrs. Henry Keid, of T.Mt. Riohmond, Ky., entitled "An ordinance ilrigtit's disease, pravel or some oilier kidncv commainr.. sister Mrs. Harry Buuttoo oi Brook Ave. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Qreenleaf, relating to tooft Drinks, firincr the sonous.torm of from If you suffer license fee for and regulaiinf: tho tale dizzy spells; if tho backache, headache Mr. and Mr. T. H. Picket. am Julia mm, ot mnetnoati, an exkidney secretions thereof m tho Cay of Richmond. Kv ' irregular pert' trimmer, has arrived totake a posibe and the same is hereby amended and aroappcarauce,of passage and unnatural tion with Mmw Kate Schmidt, the millin Hat Display. The te Farmer Uses made to read as follows. The lidonso klduoys at once.do not do lay. Help tho iner. Thursday and Friday, 28rd and 24lh. fee tor tne sale of any such drinks in Dqan's Kidney Jrrjpjerne'nts . The Judge H. & Rice, C. E. Woods and AWoa lino of Gage bets at K.V. Schaid's. the City of Richmond. Ky,, shall bo as kldnoy disorders-tho- yPills aro especially for cure whoro others Miss Harriet Parrisii are the latest ar ioiiows; St . iaii. uver one t.unurcd thousand poo-pi- c We have the latest- improved rivals at Alt. Jackson, IndianapeUs from Retail have recommended them. Hero is Have yew suit made to measure.' Try Thousanddealers in Soft Drinks. One this eh?. Dollars per payable in enn nf mnnv raias in thla utntnlr,. Rice & A meld. astvance, and every person, firm or cor Mr and Mrs. I anry W. McAfee, were Samuel T. Grcone, Holt St., Mu Sterl poration ing, Ky., says: in the city this week enroute te thetr can Cook with gas. Its cheaper engage innow engaged of shall hereafter public statement II gave corroborate the the bunnoss of selling or of beeae in Garrard after a vuit to relatives in May 1903 in fering to soli such drinks or any of thorn favor of Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 cannot in Irvine. at retail shall pay to the City Treasurer toll how much good Doan's Kidnev Pills Don't fail Mr. Quins Taylor, and sister. Miss an annual license feo of One Thousand did me, in 1 doubt Elisabeth, of Louisville, were .here tfic To attend the hie Milliner? One n in at dollars and all license fees imposed and auvo were itfact. for them, ifJ. would be and the" farmers are rapidlv discarding nu xoucancon first ef the week visiting their father Dr. B. V. Elder's store Thursday and Friday collected under this ordinance shall be tmue to use my name ' the old ones' for the X. J. 'i'ayer. ef next week. 23rd and S4th. An expert used for the, general expose of The recommend tho remedy and sav tfiat highly." f the season's Uijy tfevernmentt Mtes Ann White, ef Xkmetesville,- - has lie ebejge with ati. f a bhic ti pi ail ueiileib. Fno- GO 2t Provided however this ordinance "been in the dounty for sevetnl days the ercatieas. Co.. Butfai.i guest of her stHer, Mrs. Geoffrey Morgan shan net apply to any ordinary soda Nw lotk. tsoleaaeuts for the ITnitcd Stnti-s- . fountain, where nono of the dnnks near n nue s station. Brquht Here. Here! i) befere described are. sold, or to Rtmember the name Doan's and At the fcoaeef Dr. Harsh all on Weed P. Thompson, who talbed veunfr the sale of ordinary soda pop or Coca. take q other. L. r land Ave , on the 8th. Miss Laura Ourtis i )gg , .London several (lays ago, was Cola when sold by a bona fide merchant. and Mr Huron Prewitt were united in Brought te the Richmond jail last SatAny persons one ratine under a lieonsA saarriage. Dr. Marshall officiating. urday by Deputy .Sheriff ScobeJ for safe pnerea irom uie tity of Uichmond, .with a gua anteeagairfSt breakage of frogMost frequently it is the woman in the keeping. The officer claimed thnt feel-u- iv., unaer ana oy virtue ot tuts ordin- . was so high against Tttompbon that jtnoe ease, but at this lime tne "Hill Girlk" tiaji oe eonvictou .and a hw who t and a landslide Unit is indepeninsist io presenting "Tne Man in the he would have cortaiuly been violently i viniaiinn r itu t .ut uiiinn Oase." Opera house March 23rd. u.v r ,v dent of eat-- other. Think of this. Have iStaieofKy..sual .hare 1m license. London tail. The victim ? !..!. .i suu wan nut uo ...i. j i u msni Xn. J. X Sarjew, jc in the oastora A son id the ' you seen it? Call at biu store and also of Lanrel aay Mrl of Lis nceng0 wuiieu to liavo I of James Pigg. fee rafun(j6d nmastng her nng, stock of countv and Thompson a son of U. a. inspect the NEW DiUSDY DISC HARtin. fixed at Marshal Thompson. Bond Lthe week. This ordinance or amendment la not SC. 000 and atrflort was being made last ROW, positively thej best ever invented to evening to furnish th amount and theaffect license now in' force until after 1 -fcesa expiration, of be same. boy. secure the release of the Mck. 1911. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Dr. Brews OMfeasa, of Muscocee. Ok arrived Monday evening to be at we bodoido ef hie sister, Mrs. IV. II Miller, who has been critically ill for I., have read your remarks praising the work of our Mr. Dan IL Wreck for winning first prhxe for writing tlio most insurance in the Massachusetts Life Insur anon Company in Ksntiiaky: and also hew be name seeend In the Slate for the Itanhers - Bonding and Surety Co., of CMvelnnd. I note that you say that "In auranoe men are born, not made." I Join in Che oongratuhttiong showered upon my friend,' Dau Hrtjck, for he de- set'es all the good things said of him But 1 wish the readers of the Climax to learn ef another eaeally remarkable re- oord made right in Richmond by anotli or hwemnee agent, Mr. Francis M. Stiv nr. Um local agent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., of New York' Our Mr. Stiver also led the state of Kentucky in January in ameunt of new jisfcinens written over and above oaocol ialiont, and he is also ranked no 10 among f30 agents of his rank east of the Ileky Moantame. This commnnicaUen is net merely to echo the preltes due those two most ex coBont insurance men, but to point a moral and adorn a tale. It is to draw public attention to the fact the showing made by Mr. Stiver, who freely acknow ledge it, is largely attributable te the absence of saloons and drunkenness from this community! Mark the words. Ho informs me he has had 14 years exper itace with his company, in 19 different cities, of 3 different states, almost all of which was wet territory, but lie has never worked anywhere where new business was as easy to write or collections so easy to make which lie attributes to the prosperous conditions of the com munity, and of the lack ef temptation to his polioy-liOHto spend their money in open saloons. Mr. Stiver has frequently told me that it was a pleasure p approach his patrons here as they never failed to liavo their premium money ready, whereas in other States and wet cities ho had to lose time, money and labor because of the poverty and idleness of many of his who speHt their wages in debauchery. lie says conditions liorc have improved right along, until, as I &ay above, Richmond and Mr. Stiver lead the,, whole State of Kentucky in Metropolitan business showing that Insur ance Men are not only born, but are mere fortunate te live in a Dry Town, Kesp., C. E. "Woods le policy-holders, ' 3J2X)0 to Insure a Living Colt . J ; ! street." With tho completion of this lino, tho L. & H. wiil have a direct line' to Louis-vtll- o from tibro, a distance of about ninety miles. It will run through Vur sailles , and connect with the L. ,& X lloney due when cblt is foaled or maru parted with. Lion rotalned on t colt for service feo ' SnERWOQD is a rich chestnut, G years old, 10 hands high, and has Splendid, style and'action. Sherwood is bj Farweod IC790, ho by Nutwood (00, he by Belmont 61. he by Abdullah 15, etc. Sherwood's first dam by Ilgalite. record 2:21: second dnm by Pe&yine 85: 3rd dam by Copperbotiom ' M;nts Suit Stales Tui year we've struck oui and away from the beaten tracK, and have distanced all our past accomplishments. Alj lines making up the at Frankfort. This should mean much to Richmond and afford a quick way to reach Louisville. Great Newspaper Bargins. The Cincinnati Enquirer(weokly) reg' 31.00. ular price ,25 Kansas City Journal (weekly) " $1.25 Both My price for the two big weeklies only 5o cents for one year. This offer is during tho month of iMaroh only. PostT. J. Tribble. age stamps accepted. Newspapers and Magazine Agency. Richmond Ky. Lake Reba Box 41. js a blaok Jack with whito points, 5 years old, over 15 hands high, with hood bono and muscle and flno action. Sam II. is by Griggs' Tom, he by Jloward, ho by Hamilton's Big Jolf, ho by Gato Woods' Boss Tom. First (lam Hackott's Jennot. Sam II. "s second dam Collins Jennet. Ho 'has jirovon himself a good breeder. SAM H. $8.00 to Insure a Living Colt jle should any occur. j New Spring Styles combine to spell "grace" Money duo when colt is foaloil or mare parted with. Lien retained nn colt for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents-- , bujjiot responsl- -' I will stand my horse and jack it my plnco at Red House, Ky. R. A. COSBY My idea of rea. anger is when a woman has been dealing with one fcocery for a long time and paying cash, 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 at all interested in From now on we'll present from time to time the spring styles for men, which it will pay, you to look over, if you're good clothes Resolution. Tho following resolution was unanimously adopted vby the Board of Council of Richmond, Ky., at a meeting held March, Oto, 1911' Be it resolved by the Board of Coun eil oi Kionmond, Ky., that a reward of Twenty live dollars is horoby ottered to any person who shall detect and convict any perbou for violation of tho local option laws within tho City of Richmond, Ky. This reward is not to apply to more than oao couviotion of tho tamo person mi i mis roward to bo given to any City officer. Watch Our Window Display x - Winter weight Suits and Overcoats at half price while they last Pointers J. 5. 5TANIFER, Proprietor The Royal 9 Becker. Mayer & Co Chicago Home of Good Clothes Phone 675 Comer Main and Second Atttest Saul Rice, Mayor. A. B. Fakis, Cleric. John W. cuckeumitn, Ureensboro, Pa. has three children, and like most children they frequently take cold. "Wo have tried several kinds of cough medicine," ho says, 'but have never found any yet that did them as much good as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." For sale by Stockton & Son. ites. Lackey & Todd LORD REG. NO. i-- RH 52777 1- The Home of Prices and Square Race Record Over Mile Track in winning race, Knoxville, Tenn 2203-4- , beating 14 starters. Second day after race worked a mile in 2:14 -2 2. Rion Lord 2:20 34 Record G years old, beautiful a hogay bay, Plumbing .. Heating have purchased the entire interests of the Richmond & Plumbing Co., and discontinue the mobile business am now pared kinds of Plumbing, do Lathe and furnish estimates on short notice without charge. Call on us at our recently erected shops on the corner of and Water streets Sired by the Great Arion 2:0" 1; sold as a for 3125,000.00. P-r- s, ' anover-whehnin- 11TI I PLIII Will Make tho Season of 1011 at My Stable, Corner of First and Water Streets, at $25 To Insure Living Colt star, twe white feet, 18 bands high, perfect disposition, a Jsdy oar drive him anywhere; has the finish ef a saddle horse. WHY YOU SHOULD BREBD TO LORD RION He is the only horse that stood for service in this county that was sired. by a hats o that sold for 3125,000 and the champta horse of the world, and has bees for 15 years, and hts record stands today. LORD RION made his raaard hut fall without any props rathm wfcatovar. Started him in 10 races, and hi the ether, lie is the best bred, best 1fciag nod the fastasltreutog stallion that ever atade a soasen here. MONEY DUB whw fas is asMrtahMd or mare parted with. Lltm retained on colt for serrloe fee. Not iiainnlli for aeeidentt or esse pes.. wn, ROBT. WALKER. Robt. Walker, Richmond Kentucky We Won't Cut Off Eggs For 5a!e. I have for salo Brown Leghorn and Barred Plymounth Rock eggs. Sotting 15 eggs, 31. Also fow pairs beautiful and popular African geese, $10 per pair. I am also agent for the celebrated Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Poultry appliances foods and supplies. Telephone 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. Clark Rice, R. D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. Foley Kidney Pills. It . Neutralize and remove the poisons All petsont desiring either to that cause backache, rheumatism, nervousness and all kidney and bladder pnrehase land er other properirregularities. They build up and restor make renlastes'snaie.will And it U interest to ntaee the same with as tho natural action of the vital organs. a mantcer of the National v. Sold by Stockton & Son. tive Realty Co., of Washington, Toilet Articles and Extracts agents thrwightMH the United ; M axtee'and Cans. Abo m sen n I am representing the auetlwieer nay be secured by ca.1,1 Hygienic Company and am pre- me at my residence, No. 208 Third pared to furnish the highest grade of Riohmend, Ky. S. E sc. toilet articles and extracts. f22.tr ttk-asC France-America! Real Estate. r PERSONALS C. C. CULTON COOk With gas. Its Cheaper. No. 1T.... HI 200 Third St. 1 -f The Wonder of the Age 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Spring for our spring trade, of the most up-to-date Richmond, Ky. Cook with gas. Its cheaper. InKJtiSnWJSWKSI t-- j- 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 of A. WALL PAPER patterns. Do It Now, 5, 10 and 25c Store tention to this, our main line, and ask that you see bur beautiful samples before purchasing. They range in price from the lowest to the most expensive. Our workmen are experienced and we give our guarantee to every piece of work. Telephone to us and w will be glad to submit our exclusive samples and make estimates. We also have a few remnants to close out regardless of cost We call at- Up-to-da- J5et yr, 1 ow - Our stock of Paints. Oils, Varnishes plete. Painting and Decorating es is cc ni Mr. Calvin Dozier, the expert painter and decorator, ls in ui uur painiing department - . -8 '.se'-.Ullbur- Good Quality . - New Improved Win. J, Oliver ph h bargain prices We carry a large line of Glass and Oiiwnsnrarp ot INoveities. Manv things in this rWirrmpf- .t, - 4. u ini ir i.. ofaacco Canvas at 2 3c per yard t,!JP.)i it one nf our Wpi inewith promptness arxl disrtch rkindof Hurst, Auto-- a he lJim Amtbrun Aitost A Sahl B- - 9. tjam ft9v Rmw Mayor Clerk . - (Bri A, IXbrowsky Of A YL0R ; OLDHAM WMr . . ficiurcs and Fpflmfnn Fns A rWiif. B . Juett & Son .. & the u lu eniase mis department and make u am iwonar il . r ucjv ui dnyming in un The Leading Wall Paper Dealers, Painters and Ooera Hons owiww - - 'mm Ri ulHino 1 -- VOUIVl Richmond, Ky I - this year he will be wise to select it from our of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. splendid-collectio- If Santa Clans Furniture . n Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want for it is certainly here. Then you oan tell Santa Glaus to come and do his part. We will reserve aoy furniture chosen now till wanted With Fine Assortments of Mew SPrin r BEKHETT and H GG I N S UNDERTAKING Dn M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT m0Kel Cuban. Star, Good 5c P.Jham BWg. upright Piano forsnln nt. kimnin Address limlness Office Normal Sciiuol. Coming Richmond, Ky weok, "The Man in the Case operaliouso Thursday March23ra. nt For Rent Cheapest accident insurance Dr Tho-r-r as' Eclectic OIL Steps the pain and Lot adjoining the ball park and also the soft drinkv nrivilniro :.rals the wound. AH druggist sell it Sea T. Vau ighan. t--f. Thus. A. Shew on, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone Z H lyr 151 ring 2. Union CMty, Ky. For Pour mamie - Rent C..IU1 f... UUItauiU lUi housekeeping. and wife When in need of BtacksmiUiing in any Apply to Mrs. S.Man Thorpe. preferred. U. tf cl us branches, Farming Implemoets, Woman Agent Wanted. Ejggies, Carriages, Wagens, Rubber ' -- ps &c, get prices from It. E. Millor, To soli fine Ladies' Wear. New mnth. ods. Permanent trade. Samnlns fre. T f. en City, Ky. . Experience unnecessary. No nunttnl rn.' Co. 365 Fiftli Ave.. Cook with gas. Its cheaper quired. Oarl-Ros-e New iork. . t-- botl. nnl vuau. and Overcoats Have Reached Lowest Prices Big Money Saved by Buying for Next Winter Winter Suits fTHE STORE FOR QUALITY Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Etc. ' Early Buying Insures Choice Selections uits For 5ale. I: A potatoes in any quantities. Dcaiheragre. Broke His. Finger. El-tr- r- Phone 188. For Sale. ;':,r.if steak sissies in geed 0:s Lvmax Pahhkh. Mr. A. D. Milter, hull tliH misfnrfnnn U to brake a bona in tlm Hftta flnwnr m left hand last Thursday while" engaged i cob-.l.'ji- in handling some unruly stock at his ihmis iB me country. 5tock Sale. On last noli rl flav Vamli fi R f5 S9U a 8 yr. gaited saddle mare old-thre- For Rent Three rooms over store formerly ocou-r.e- d 00, also W. Q. Park purchased a hanby J. B. Walker e Sedmd street. dsale 8 yr old combined btaek golding tf at a private price. March Number. . Coming, Deputy Collector Bon D. Herndon has Judge Benton Again. Good Idea. Elks Will Celebrate. arrived from Lancaster to aocept bis new 116 fxtmOt,. T. E: IkWrti. The prohibiting of duck shooting on The March number of tho Railway The Expression department of the "to Judge James Benton presided over tie The Richmond Lodge of Elks will celeposition under Collector Cooper. Mr " Lake Reba for the past two yoars has Surgeon is just out, and Dr. C. H.Vaught, tf iiernden will have about a dozen count Fayetto circuit court last week in a brought about a state of atrairs that local the editor, has received many high com- Madison Institute, under the direction brate St. Patrick's Day next Friday with emies with Richmond as his headquartors special session. The Judge stands Gcv-ern- hunters claim is an oxcellent one. The pliments upon tho work and the manv of Miss Mooro, will present, "Tha Man a big social safsioa and will initiate a For 5ale He is oue of the youngest revenue men inently high in the opinion of the i ducks being allowed to use the lake un different papers of interest to the pro- in the Case" a delightful little fares elass of nv "really raw" ones through and the bar of the State. in the country, but is one of the best. I molested, havo come in great droves this fession. Two Rood work mares. Reason for It is one of tho best that has comedy, on Tuesday evening, March the mysteries of EUcdom. Five very lie will have offices in the Federal buildseason and the surrounding ponds have been issued in many months. s .,iag, mares set in foal. 23rd. at the opera house. Much interest prominent citizens have been elected to ' Class of '827 ing and will ove his family to this city afforded some fine sport. They also feed be C. White. Zi W. L. Douglas gun metal shoes $3.50 will a attached to this announcement go through the trying ordeal, and there within a few weeks. fields. Prof. R, G. Lowry, of Lexington, who in the ovoning in the nearby corn and crowded house will be present. Rico & Arnold. was a graduate in the class of 'S2. Cen- When shooting was allowed on the lakes Mombers of the cast are rehearsing will be a good urowd of members present Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Good 5ale. tral University, was in this city lift it was a very rare-- thing to get a real daily for the event and among them is to see that the finishing touches are op Two Nights. of the largo Prof. Lowry good day's sport on account some very oxcello t dramatic talent, to the usual Elk style. The lunch comiVt the sale of the stock belonging to Saturday with frionds. For Rent many years after leaving college number of ntmrods who frequented the big which Miss Mdbre lias brought out won- - mittee will prepare a fine spread in honManager Mrs. DaltoQ, on the Lancaster pike, noar was for place. Hundreds havo beon attracted to two nights Baxtor has arranged for athh ueriuiiy during the past year. Ware house on Orchard street and L. the sulphur well, last week, oxcoltent a professor of the Nicholasville IIi;;h or of the new ones. performance, beginning School and a noted educator. Ue will this big body of water this year, on ac evening. JMtlier liros., tne great Trans N Rail Road, abont 1,608 feet Iknw prtoos were paid. Jersey milch cows count of the absence of the hunter. many old friends. formation Artists, in an act that is worth orought from $40 to $57, a good price be romembored by .cp. new tight floor. coHsidering the quality. Shoals sold for ten times tho prioe ol admission, will be Ask to see our men's W. L. Douglas Rousing. 4Ootby Taylor. the attraction, together" with Leslie $10.05 and farm horses avorage SI 25. A low shoes price $8.50. Rice & Arnold. At tho Elks' club room last Monday Thurston, tho Queen of the Xylophono, crowd was present aHd auctioneer food Shearer was lively with his voico. You Need Us. ovening a rousing base ball meoting was a wonderful musical specialty. These Paris Won. hold, and a large crowd was out. Presi- are among the best now travoling the Notes, accounts or alefras of any Herrington outlined hill Cook with gas. Its cheaper. The Paris High School basket h( ro dent few words, showing howtho situation vaudeville route. percentage. colleetod on Two five Buick in a much team dofeated ihe Caldwell team Mwi,;hly collections e iat rate. OfBee on hand, how much was needed, Free Distribution of 5eed last Friday ovening in a hotly contested runcar, biles, Married in Douglas &. Simmons BuHtHwg. game by the close score of 17 to :l0. and just what stops were necessary in Corn. I Ob Friday March 2nd at Villa Grove. Kotenfoss for the visitors played a star order to start tho season right. About ning condition. low The Kichmood Haroetrtite Agency. 111., Miss Mamie Gray, daughter of game, while Gumbert was tho stellar two hundred dollars were quickly subhavo ordered direct from tho growers tf Must sold Call scribed at tho meeting in response to a in IClay County, Missouri, a.quantity of price. Mrs Kate Washburn, of this city, was member of the local squad. oall for contributions, and several col- pedigreed Clay County white seed corn united in marriage to Mr. Jumes Miller, Notice lectors reported good sums already-takea prosperous farmer of that oity. Rev. Gets Contract and will havo same in Richmond April, or the in from enthusiastic luns in tne city and 3rd, County court day. Every one who I will sianu my Silver Greek Red Roar (J. K Taylor, pastor olllcated.Vina Urove. The schedule was printed in gives mo their subscription or ronowal Hurst & Co., of this city tho plum- county. The wed church Methodist Garage Corner Third and Water Streets hug. at home on BfgUHt avenuo at ding was to have taken place in July. bers, have just been awarded the big Sunday's Lexington Herald, and it shows to any or my listed publications will re$1 0. Money due wKeB seniee is Richmond to have drawn some excellent ceive one pint of this superior seed corn contract for theextcnsive.i.i-provomentW. L. Douglas low cut shoes, all whioh Manager Joo Willis, of Crab Or- dates, and with any kind of good weather, I have for sale some nice shoaU free. There are quite a number of subV. N. Bbkxstt, Vicb Pmemdut lea. hers, all styles. Price S3.S0. chard Springs, will install at once a. most prosperous year is in store, if scribers to my various publications S. S. Paiikbs, Piibsidext enough for sendee. lare Rice & Arnold Private baths will bd attached to each you haven't given your mite, do it now. whose subscription expires in April and CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE W. B."Turlqy room, Hot and com water, anu a nnw Every little bit Helps. by renewing on that dale will receivo Not Liable. Big Hill Ave hot water heating plant will bo installed. long wear. one pint of this corn. Got my cheap It will be made one 6f tho most convnn- - W. L. Douglas shoes for"& Arnold. that TUo wirf nf clubbing offers on any newspaper or Rice Try a pair. Eggs For Sale. " - nitv Uiuit lwUn Annoak lmsdenidcd from ient summer resorts in the country. ffirilamnpes caused magazino you may desire I can save you RICHMOND. KENTUCKY money. From my SiBgle Ownb Browp Leg- a horse blooming frightened at a street Free Libraries. Masonic. At the Close of Business, March 7, 1011 roller. The horsq of Robert Fox. of T, J. xnbbie. horns, SI per setting of 15 oggs, or 40 Danville, became frishtoned The Kentucky Library Commisiion is a steam Newspaper and Magazine Agency, . RESOURCES LIAT.ILITIBS O rand Master Robert R. Burnam was egs for 82. Also breeder of Bourbon rollor on the street and Mr. at on a new idea which should be FoXf sued Richmond, Ky. 3t n l.mUvilli vnstprrlnv where he made hustling $811,588 50 Capital Stock Loans and Discounts.. $106,000 00 R-Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpington, the city, the jury awarding him dam a visit to Parkland Lodge and official ed taken up by the farmers, especially. It Overdrafts ... 12.WI 25 Surphlg pUB4, lo00 New Corporation. Eggs a matter of ages. The Court or Appeals reversed at tho ceromonies dedicating tne nauu-soin- o is the new Traveling Libraries, which f. ai.d Musoovia Ducks. U. S. Bonds 37,000 00 5,301 23 ibis.seylnp the city naa a rigni to oporaio Mr. are sent to each county for a period of new Hall recently completed 9,000 00 Undivided Fronts correspondence. books offloo Tuesday Banking House, etc longer, and after the In the County Clerk's the machine and was not liable for 07,000 00 Clroulatton Itnrnnm also visited Madison Lodire. fcix'monlhs or nrn rfitnrned tn Frnnkfnrt. articles were filed incorporating the Cash and Due lrom rpnrl ihnv Gilbert, Mrs. Wallace am No. 183, Kirksvillo last Saturday and They are furnished by the State and are Allnite Coal & Lumber Co., with head162.G39 50 Deposits 378,731 02 Banks R, D. Ko. 8, Riohmond, Ky. m9 2 mo assisted in the confenng ot tne jiasjjr s loaned by tho Stale Library Commission. quarters at Richm md and with the folSo52,932 25 To Nicholasville 5552.932 25 Total Total Decree, with Col. Joo Hamilton as They are for rural communities without lowing incorporators; Judge John C. NoflcB Onn Growth A Bold, LaGrippe, then library privileges and not less than five Chenault, Richmond, Joe P. Chenault, The many iriends in Richmond and Mad- Master. 28fl,178 51 DoposUs December 31, 1000 ison county of Prof. G. P. Simmons, bona lido taxpayers can receive the use Richmond, Charles MacGregor, of Pitts Pneumonia. -- - 2tS87 06 Deposits December 31, 190S Inspected. ho has puran coarac-ic- r burg and Johr E. Lynch, of Pittsburg. to learn that hooks oi of theso libraries, 918,133 W Deposits December 31, 1010.. Is too of ten the fatal sequence. Foley's will be glad Jessamine Female Institute ll.-h!-r arc contained and also there are Tho captial stock is placed at 8500,000.-0- 0 Kinmlnor John A. 'Armstro nr. 873.731 08 Depesits March Tfc 1011 Honey and Tar expels the cold, checks chased theand grounds, and "will in the cnofinl lihrnrfoK nn !npct!il sublertK for is divided into 5000 shares of ,. -and buildings of ihe lagrippe, srad prevents pneumonia. future try to build up this school, whioh for the National BanksanuKentucky, t?as the use of study clubs, debating societies $100 each. Stock already subscribed is We respectfully solicit and invito a share of your patronage, promising In return went, overdue prompt and efficient sorvlco and courteous and honorable treatment It is a prompt asd reliable cough medl-- c in former days enjoyed a wide prestige. in Richmond Monday, and Richmond and individual students. The$ are t C. Chenault 3 shares, Joe P. Chenault Citizens' books of i ne that contains bo Barooiios. "Foley's a Simmons National the day periods Banks carofully, and foi.nd loaned for thirty return. Writewiththo 3 shares, Charles MacGregor 3 shares rem- It will be recalled that Prof. Honey and Tar is the best cough . to and John E. Lynch 3 shares. The busiwas for sometime at the head of the avprything in tip top suapo iuwouiu oe guarantee for safo edy I ever used as it quickly stopped a Madison Female Institute. W iM a mi W iafposssblu for him to find a more sub Knntnr.kv Llbr rv Commission at Frank ness of the corporation will boto mine severe couch that had long troubled me," and sell coal and other minerals, quarry fort for full particulars. Nebr. Just sot of banks with stantial says J W Kuhn, Princeton, stone, burn and sell lime, manv 4 Cook with gas. Its cheaper banking methods than hero in Richmdad. It is hoped the publio will be interest and sell and sell all kinds of lumber so o uicklv and surely it acts in all cases ufacture of colds, coughs, lagrippe and lung ed in "Tho Man in tho Case" opeia and construct railroads. At. a mooting; Met Here. Irouble. It is as sale xer your cnuaren Early Bird. house March 23rd. to be held the first of April the officers as yourself, and should be used ia all 'PV.o for tho ensuing year will bo chosen, but ft.ni)'irn rnmmitlftft of ihe OlnrancG Woods was socough and ass of nrounc. wbooninir Alton Packard. the following will serve until that time; carried away with the balmy r,"Dry" Homo Mission organization for Trans. . .. measles cough. Refuse substitutes. Bold i Alton Packard, who appeared at tho John C, Chenault, President; Joo P. weatnor oi lasi saiuruay ana ounuj ylvania Presbytery met hero last Tht rs by Stockton x boa. Macnl last nifht. is a master of. his Chenault, that he dug down into his old trunk for He began by Gregor, Secretary and John Lynch, Invl roar's ktraw hilt nn! WIS !L COnSTM- - tional Rank, the subject of tho meeting art. a suDerb cartoonist. owns valu So. 1790 cuous 'figure on the streets with this being to preparo-- report to bo made at irivinir Uuclo Sam, "looking as bur as Treasurer. The company, 'i.nen no able mountain lands in Rockcastlo and life and twice as natural. first of tne season. It didn't last long theanuual meeting oi tnecoal, iron and Report of the Condition other however for in afew hours the mercury whioh convenes here in April. Those marshaled before us, Undo Sam s sub- - lumber.counties, rich in had taken such a tumble ho made a present were J. C. Johnson, of Burnsjde, ii.cis from the four Quarters of the of the Kv. IT. V. Escott. of Corbin. RovJ G, Globe, each proudly announcing s ho swift change. DEATHS. iMoxandor, of Jollico. Rov. D. H. annearcd oeiore me auuience, uiai uo ; was a citizen oi u. t3. a. xiis ropreson-mtin- n SWnlon and Robert R, Burnam. Nancv Elizabeth, infant daughter of Opening. of tho tvnical dude, a decendent Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Todd, died at the Growing of "Lord Help Us," of England, who homo of her parents on Second street 1Tn nnrvllllllv FAlURSt VflllT TirCSOIlCO &t at Richmond. Ky.. at the closa of "i! nlsn rnvpn in "life size." was true Fridav afternoon after a short illnoss, of our Spring Millinery Opening Thursday. business. Mar. 7. 1911. The Comptroller of the Currency, t'lio March. 3trd. Oae day only. Jtte will called for a statement of the National to life and brought down the nous, tie a complication of diseasus. This beauti mntoVinil tliixsn with "I)iiHfflns" with a baby life was so preoious to ner iona ...In nrrnu thn nrtntnrduiarV strength for March 7th, no doUbt will risad good moral effect, especially with tho ful seomod a flower from RESOURCES of the Riohmond Mllllhary Company by Banks the finanoial sijite-me- brainless illss, who was maning ayes at parents that sho with much pleasure . ., tfj ttrt sa showing fisk, uage anu ryuuou Paradise permitted to bloom for a brief National Banks of of tho Lord Help Us. His closing cnaracter- season by tholr side. Then recalled to Hats, oostaes our own uxoejiuu hjiuu acMadison county published in i.oiln iml m.istar ninco nf the evening 1 S IJonds to eecure circulation M0,WOtt) tions, a'so Knox Sailors. . its nature sklos. The funeral was conrT:i!n nf tim fillniK. Few t herd are was liatikinc House mraiwre what might be termed. the magic of Saturday atternoon by Rev. O. Do not fan to visit our urrguin uaau-700 00 fixtures show as much substantial grqwth tho dollar. With one great, nounsn ue ducted who tho Methodist cnurcu W. Crutchneld ' I)ue from National Banks (not re- - S- . -1 menu .. The officers of Ihe described, on tho canvas the circle of a after which the ofremaius .wero laid to from time to time. serve airent . Richmond Mimnory x. rNt;a,'c Vntinnnl Rank aro elated over .tniinr within tills ho first drew the face rest in the Richmond cemetery?. I Due from State ana private ihum Ultl.Uil - McKee Block. ana uanicers, iranwi"'"----- - , nr., s" the statomentnhis quarter, which-sliow- s of tho" popular American girl, a creature una Sartucs Banks Cashier Crooke say it of vanitv and vico. tne iaaeu una big increase. Inn from approved reserve oeentB WflMM Lost AH. News has been received horo of the is a dandy. cliecks and other easb itemsder a mist- of darkly clouded chalk and tOAW M. Soper, which Vites of oUipr Satiooal banks thero appeared on the scene a, young death of David at his h me occurred William King, a farmer" residing near Tl,n mrclorir snrroundin? "The llan actional papcrcaneaCT. nickels in Mar ago Cottonburg, suffered ho loss of his hou e In tlie Case" will be revealed on Thurs man of noble, handsome countenance, several days 110 was se veiny years oiuauu nrnmtsr 1 sitiinL' with Don in hand shall, UO. fnii nf t " Lawful money reserve In lnkviz . and all of its contents last Sunday about day evening-Marc- h 23rd. lignL With a native of Jessamine county, Kentucky hftrn was no insurance ftvim fire nmlof nn inR!tndescent ESalVndeTnotIirOOO itinnrrht nnrt lin.irt centered Uiion the and served in the Confederate army RJempUon fund with U.S. Treas 5,000 W and it leavos Mr. King and his family in Morgan. Alter tho'war he J . rJ.r Officers Chosen. .nf rf rlmilfltion) almighty dollar, and money bags, about diro straits. He has a wife and eight be to his table, mm a lew sirotws unu wont a Missouri where was aamassed SXQfy$l children, and the citizens oi iu.n .com One of the:, best bred trotting horses that has ever been brought to Madison TotaL brother regular meoting of Richmond touches of the cartoonist, the facial ox quite fortune. Deceased At munity very liberally contributed to Lodge,tho x'. u. ti.. county. Will make the season of 1911 at my place near Rlelfmend, on the B. F. Soper, of this" oily, aud an uncle is. i". J.IABHJTIES nrcssion changes, and we note jvith a of their welfare. County Judge Shackel- , ,r thn fniinwinf? woro cnose . .. lnwisSoih!r. Mr. .. Four Milo Road, at V fnniint' of sadness, as time goei' on, a nf v Knnnrlhnrlns and jSrSo 00 ford has also been appeaieo to ior uiu. to . t apltalfitock paid .r: left. Richmond'several davs " UUlwa t inn nnvmnrr it'rni ciiu luu, iMn.f,..miiitnn rT rnarariBr iliiiir cuuu n u.uw.w.. orplu6und.. Rninr. William S. Oldham; csieenea UUIUIU L aaiviaeu pniuic .qc nr. Living Foal. to tenaqcein this once promising' young ago to be at tho bod sidoof his brother Great Band. ., Leading Knight, Elmer Deathorage; Es man. till at last with pen still in hand, during uis lasi uiuess. and taxes paid oaunm XaUonal bank notes ontstandlne Knifrht. . John JNoiand cif the localoption . ii u T.nvnl t t. Manoy due when hyire Is partad wHh n 2,i7n m One or the features with form bent and features jjlnched Due.(44AH to other .National banks M. Stnimer uassed awav at Ills V" a Phlra caropaigu, was unlntentlonallypmitted Esteemed Lecturing Knlcht, s. a. uafiu-erag- ana nara, ne siis me cuiiufmu Tyler, Timothy O'Neal: SecreJ jry. TTnrYof tur1n0 mid. what anncafsuiw. home pear Duncannon last Friday mornIndividual deposits subject to2sa243 98 from tho columns of the' Clijnax last is a chanco for many Maillsou county orenanyo secure a royally This to be SnSIth; His dentil it " -, - 4,461 78 Kiwnrf'farlanai"".".' bred cojt ata low price. Commodore Onwafd'ls wrniirihllybred horse week and it deserves speoial mention. rjmcnnmtlvn m uranu- uouge. is a. ii,rwi finmo this scene passes frcm view ing aftera lingering illness. of friends, .'i iroric- Trustee. Thomas J. ,j. i nder'the leader came as a blow to a wide circle Band sunset develops, and an JD.WBJS8 Tho Rerea Brass his sire being tho.champ4n Vic6- - Commodore, 2:11, a son of t$e great Burnam, Alterdiite and a beaut ful owing Total. ship of Capt. Canfieid is au organization Trrill. with A. R. torm for ftecrdtary old homestead with orcnaru ana two but it was not unexpected,was forty-nin-to his e and is by Time Bingen. His dam Proxy took a race record of 2;21 He. condition. as well as This is the tenth oritical of Kentucty of whioh the people of Berea the proud-Thi.His second dam Onward, Sire of the great stake winner. Margin, 2:03-Faris, .and he is so popular will hild hand in hand down the winding path years of ago and a native of Garrard ,Jiut the collage should feel justly r tkai It lc Viardiv nossible he r R. Burnam, Cashier of the bee had lived for many years in Madison. was the daughter of Happy Medium, tho siro of Nancy Hanks. He has Ji band of musicians make music and 1.1.1,. cwar thfct the towaru ine orcnaru, uuu iiuraij Likewise Timoth C. nMftnalvand alone; but they .hold in His aged mother, Mrs' Mary Stagner, skill,although they TOy&blood'iti his veins on both sides and goes back through a generation dweetatejflBtistrue to the best vt my they play with great the parade here the bo defeateH. Toior who is also an efiii lent thoir minds the children that ,hsed to who had been making her iiqme with' Itnowledire and bstiet. are quHe young In of wonderfully bred horses. Write for full description card to barid ofEo w and & popular Elk. The ofHcj is of nTv in" the orchard about the spring. her son, "survives him. besides his wife, Jwruarn. Kobt. X. belore the elecfioa,,U.e Bereft nbarviain and inner Guard ar& n .i .,.,1,1 VilWro.n Innlr linwii unon who was" Miss Annie Kennedy, and lktla Sntvrribl aal mm to before nieJnis dav the leading' ture. ari created - -...... wis t; inu iuuuj rw,intu-- n VJ B. M.. Jr., aged six years. Funfiral DUUUJUIV hv the new Lxalted them.- - With Ihl beautiful spalp, and soil, much enthusiasm swoop thS is by his IJaster, d who will" announce, these new M) Comaiiaoioa Bxjres Jae-tw- . lessons of the magic of thii dollar services were conducted neople by its inspiring music. It the i l within a lew ays. we feel Siat - Vhe Elder K.B JBarnes. Saturday aAarorm elos6 - AHett: to judge whiota proved the thavenfof i. irrectMM Wit 'at tha fcome.aiad (tiler meat particukrlp- - frti&; wul h ihe" three hundred handsome WALLER BENTjKTT the We hve a Iwadry for ,1 ifomen from ri. IS. i '&4 J?1 te. Tr w, ffrTB iBft B.g A Bargain. Has Arrived. type Patens OMaa boars, w eight or WALL PAPER CLEARANCE SALE Remnants and Room Lots During the month of March we will offr R Lots and Remnants at one-fourto one-ha- lt original price. th Hr . -t Por Sale mon-eyw- as passenger At a bargain and one Cadillac truck both These am offering at at once. be on Automo to brin the size of your rooms and take advangood tage of these unheard of bargains. a very or address Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Mirrors, Pictures and Frames 213 West Main Street Don't Fail n-- Willglngf Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- ren-dr-r.- -- m Naftloinial Bank -44 4 -- CURES Cholera, Canes. Limberncch. Roud. Canker Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry tUicSrriM, BjkUjwo. Kt.. "I W wj Ri far jmtmi fclite chickM kik rtlr ,SfeT I. p BUjuKr.. "7 cK:t nuUally. o(Iliiltm hi Rir il pri n nliiiUii.iu i mul." raw (be lie worm Mfg. and Gaxaatctd by J. Bobt, Cramc, Birdstewn, Kj. Met 5c at all &ragfes. SOLO BY di M,UktM. Stockton & Son J. W. CROOKE. Cashier m te r , - - Ladies' Ready to wear-Good-s are arriving daily. gant styles. Respectfully Ele- Madison National Bank -- Mrs. J. M. Barlow New Gibson Building Main Street nt Rjch-mondiui- d " ."'" i-- ,' aw i f C" un-p.r- al -- Commodore Onward $15 1. .4 There is More to Paint than the color. Whsa ye patet sen i just select the shade and fet it go at that Make sure also that gp are us lag pamt that will wear, 2ea4lba to look well, hoM its color long; stay on the job and give good heaestserviee. It takes paint Hke the breads we sell la give serviee like this. " iv-- jij.t .m,i -. Insured e; Se 2, jib, s 4 xi real-lyhar- Rlr, uJU. ''li , U,e'"M Jd lM . James So Grutcher I. I 1 fjd4i I Wtix : Overlook : (Food : Things Scott's Emutsron is the original has been thestandardforthirty-fiv- e Our Prices and A. The Man who invontod the hinged collar button and got rich by It, saw a gocd thing that had been within six inohes ot millions ol men's eves for fifty years. young $hap came into the store Saturday wanted to know the minute he rot inside wheihor wo had $uoh and siicha" suit that was m the window on .Monday. No It was sel! ! knew it" he said "a. btand of mine has it on." rve aamtrod mat suit in tue wmoow two or three times but I'll be giggered U I thought it could be bought for the price he told me he pad." -- .Got anything like it" "Why don't yau put prices on them in the window?" "WU made the suit anyway?" years. so-call- ed f""pl2 ffie have ; "It's a thorn." Schloss Eros. & Co. Suit One ef & Use of the "Olotta-- Bwutlful." Well let's see tttee of sbem they're certainly some clas-t- o s There are thousands of '"'just as good" Emulsions,, but they are not they are simply imitations which are never as good as the original.-Theare like thin milk SCOTT'S is thick like a heavy cream. If you want it, thin, do it yourself with water but dont buy it thin. FOtt SALEBT ALLDUUQaiSTS Bend 10a name Cot paper beautiful SaTlngiBank and Each bank contalna a Good SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 I. up-tc-da- te Terms Are In Sympathy With. Your Purse just received our last ear of Impleipents Farm Genuine Olivet Chilled Plows Gimuine Walldnfr Brown CultiTators, J. I. Case Riding Cul tivators, J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado aijd Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, L. 1. J. nay Pj'esses, Peering M wers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude- baker "Wagons. Call and look these over before bu3'ing. y Let Us Furnish Your From Kitchen to Attic. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves. : : Our prices are right terms Home D. B. SJiackelfor d & Co. Telephone 33 easy, and your credit is good S15o00 up You can tell them by the Sehloss Bros. & ( o label on the Coat Collar. Also by the Custom Made Look and tHl ad. for onr Chlld'a Sketch-BooLock Penny. Pearl St. New York Mycomplete and Remember we save you 10 to 20 percent, on cash purchases Buy Now Pay Later - Just after the sale we are showinsr Union City. and Mjs. Joo West, left Wednesday for a visie to Mt. Sterling. Mr. A J. Caldwell has gone to Cincin nati, where ho expects to enter business. Mrs. Mary Parks, better known as "Aunt Mary", died Friday, of the infirmities of old age, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Andrew Turpin. Also, on the same day, of pneumonia, Mr.' James Parks, better known as "Uncle Jim," died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ira Parks. Aunt Mary and Uncle were brother and sister-in-laThe young scople are perfectly elated over the "Tacky Party," given on last Wednesday evening, by Mr. Nathan Noland Jr. at his homo on Muddy Creek. The boys and girls were attired in their grand parents and great grand parents' wedding apparel, and all styles from 18 00 to 1900 were represented in all hues, while the merry laughs and jolly talk kept time to tho splendid music, rendered by Union String Band. Happening on Washington's birthday is not the only reason that the boys and girls will remember it with so much pleasure, the welcoraosmiles of thohost, Mrs. Isoland will not be forgotten. Mr. Owen Taylor, is very ill, and his many friends are anxious about him.Mr. Turner Taylor, returned to his horns at Le Roy Illinois, Monday. .Mr. Samuel Tribble, has purchased Mrs. Cassle Durham's farm known as, "Aunt Polly Uwens' Place," for twenty two hundred dollars. Mr. Bob. Miller, has purchased. Billie Durham's farm adjoining Aunt Gassie's for seventeen hundred dollars.. Mrs. M. H. Berry,-- began-- a spring school here Monday. Robinson's Moving Pictnro Show was well attended Saturday night. Mr. Arohibald Dunn is occupying his mother's old home. Wo are only too glad to have him baok in the Mr. A. O. Berry - Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this We line. Also Paint of the highest quality. guarantee to please .the most fastidious is I Luman & Higgins Furniture, Carpets, 5toves We are headquarters for Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Needles, Oil, Etc. for all makes of machines ' West. Main. Street Opp. Hotel Glyndon For 5ale. Few thousand second hand brick. J. D. King & Son, 219 Moberly avenue. tf New Goods in Every Department They are all chock full of new spring stuff. Especially in 'AVash Goods, Hamburga,' Embroideries, Laces, etc Come and see them before they are picked over they are new and fresh now. Our new line of Imperial Dress Skirts have jaA arrived and the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any other market. Our stjles aro exclusive. Wo have j st for ladies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to see the new stjles aim received some new get prices. Schloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to come in i all their new spring glory. Oar line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals is Queen Quality Shoes for Indies are already in stock. Makt year selection now while you can get your size Oar Wm. Kneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing up better than ever for this spring. See them, get our prices and see the now things in every department we can save yea meney on every purchase. Tailor-mad- e people ::::::: . W. L. LEEDS Third 5treet Richmond, Ky Hog Raisers Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head! We guarantee W. D. Oldham & Co. The Vulcan Chilled Plow Is ta success and no experiment Watch Repairing Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 cents per head per month. It cures Cholera, kills "Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country. Come in and let us tell you about it. is a specialty to which wo give special attention. No matter how much or how little tho watch is defective or damaged wetako particular pride in doing the work so the timepiece will bo as good as or better than it when now. "We do jewslry repairing and remodeling in the same way Perry's Drug Store. 2- -t It is considered by users as the Test us with some piece you cannot now use Best Chilled Plow Manufactured j. 3Bv MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER and consumption are among them. "Why not tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy RICHMOND. KENTUCKY and cure your cold while you cant For sale by Stockton & Son. that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the most danger ousT It is not the cold its self that you need to fear, but the serious diseases that it often leads to. Most of them are known as gernr diseases. Pneumonia Do you know From the Basement to the Roof We carr, in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS Todd-Edwards Lumber Co0 Coraer Main For Sale. I have several Robt. R. Burnam Robt. R. Burnam, Jr. good building lots for Phone 00 s Richmond, K Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Notice. My thoroughbred Jersey bull wil make season at my place on Lancaster pike at $1.50. Butler Carrier. urnam s Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave. Location, drainage, ecu, the very best. Most desirable for apartment house or living residence. Any one interested in purchase plcaso call on the owner, Mrs. D. M. Bright or her son, Dr. Bright. tf A Wonderful Display of Handsome Skin Affections. Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap. An Unusual Offer The Perry Drug Store says to every person, be it man, woman or child, who has an irritated, tender or itching ekin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with the results, come back and get your money. So confident are we of the efficacy ot this clean, simple treatment, that we make you this un- Ch ma, e uiassware. & Queensware and .many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display Ittaoste lass to kae$ a "Vulcan" in good running order than any other make of chilled plow. "Why? Not because Vulcan repairs and points and points cost loss 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 Vulcan. Also Syracuse Hill Side Plows and repairs IT IS BETTER FIRE, TORNADO Bond and Accident Insurance All Forms Office in Douglas & 5immons Building Seweli 140-14- 2 McKinney 16 and 223 TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH North Second Street Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage D.'RAT Freeman ONCE Second Street Telephone 20 THAN TO- WAIT UNTIL I BURNS AND "WISH YOU HAD 5econd Floor CALX, AND SEE THEM 707 TELEPHONE Telephones M BEGIN ON Commissioners' Sale 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 w. William Farley's Heirs, Defts. Under and.by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho February torm or the Madison Circuit court, the undersigned master commissioner of said court, will on G. White, Plaintiff, vs. If You Want The Best Price gual offer. ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forms of skin ernption. ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as I well as the cleanest add most effective treatment for allections of the skin or scalp, whether on infanta or grown perons. Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords will gladly lose sleep and stop eating in an effort to please my customers. Bring me your pay the highest prices For Sale One 4 cylinder, 4 passenger Automobile, first class running order, good reason for selling. This machine has only been run 2500 miles. Call on or adress, Ike Glasser, Miller Bros. Co. Broadway & Main, Lexington, Ky. tf Bides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool 1 Saturday, March 25, '11 sell in front of tho court house door at 11 o'clock a. m., to the 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 lie sold on a credit of six months; the purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security: payable to the commissioner, to have the forco and effect of a judgment with a lien retained on the property until all the purchase money is paid. H. C. RICE, M. C M. C. O. Tobacco bring it "to tlie for your Ring phone 363 RICHMOND M. WIDES KENTUCKY Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Near L. & N. Depot Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Ready to Bereh Tailored Guaranteed- not to Wear ?Shrink or Fade - 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 jproper manner. . . Free Remedy For Weak Bowels CC . MUC1 CO.' To Look As Good on yourself sis on the plates, word about the never say MOST Clothiers which clothesa are made, other from Naturally at any first class thiia "they are all wool. shop you expect to obtain "all wool." But, won't it interest you to learn about colors and patterns? The fabrics from wbich "Griffon Clothes" are n made are the smartest of weaves from the mills in the world. In color, they range from plain blanks and blues to the popular browns, pleasinggrays and stunning tans. There are small checks, large overplaids, herringbone stripes and fancy stripes, rery beautiful, but of no decided pattern. Then, reinforcing every fabric is the quality, the ill wool park "Griffon Clothes" will please you, because of their fabric and style. "Griffon Clothes" are all wooL best-know- of woolens and workmanship guaranteed to satisfy. Suits to order exact measuremen ts and curves of your bodv. Quality the deisgn must be sirtistfeal ly worked into them by our Chicago tailors, Ed. V. Price & Co., and built to meet the $20 to $40 EV vl'SBalaaaW $J2.50, $15, $18 and $20 . Elder We are daily receiving our new spring line of Dress Goods, "RadcliffV'Low Cuts for iadies, R". & G. and Amer- btotm&CuSti& hlldS ican Beauty Corsets. We are showing the latest in Neck- m vf mat wi MtTm. iiMrsr wear and Fancy Combs for . Dr. Caldwell ncraA.sMtf i i ladies. to give you any medlof advice There are two forms of bodily cleanliness, the external and the internal. The one is for your pride in yourself; the other for your life and health. Both are important, but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness. ., .. Thl9 ta nnn ul.t .1... -- n about their body-t- hfr cleanliness of tha bowels. Keep them clean, and free from obstructions. To do this you must Jiave one or. two movements of the bowels each twenty-fohours. If your system drinking, then you must cilUn. an3 obtain aid of some kind. After out that cathartics salts andVuch thtaif to-yror b b"d you up --e.?u ever the next day. then simpler and moro natural remedy try a ilka Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. For the skeptical the best way to be. ' fl? ,Mw!Sd7ur a B?mend address to free sample bottle. Use Jt as directed and If It convinces brlef continuance of us La you permanently that its will will relieve It train the stomadh and bowel muscles to fSa0,na.tuan,' at certain at flftv your drcgrtit hounZ cents and one dollar a bottle, lust many others are dolnr. They feea vrtu! a sample bottle, then bought a fifty cent uuj uw one uouar zamar can v ci j youngest. A brief use of this grand laxative tonle . will rnro mit,tiM4. 'sick sour stomach and such aitoenu you hi contlou good kMttk t wr ur Jones and B. P, Black jre .constantly in attendance and see that your interests are carefully guarded. All old timers in the tobacco business. . B. B. Million, W. M. Nervous Women t nm. i, 50 years Car-l wxpenence the ic flflTrllll IB fiftllv (171 fflO or nervous, tired women, we recommend Q TOnmon'o iviaAimvta T4- nn4-- onnnifl. effect r -j- OTI I.TlA TuTiIa CTrofnTn Jllffredip.Tits. - Tf nrtnoiYia Tin Tiown-Pii- anra-- Fmwi bujluc jluijuh a j? j i ot xemaie i irouuie, ii 14- - n fd-r- . AT. miPA nnrl m' J.O OrJ.O.iJL iLtXiU vvv wu. gill 4--i1 rt i gee uiuaui l. -- I factory guarantee in suitsf all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from -- TAKE I: 'W I it WiU Help You of Pfciac and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Truuks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class, goods. Hats u Fine Line New Style jTy your ii."'jLfTVi"?",wm wPfy. WW rim iwi i k Xy, triad Cwdui amd irriiM : think C&rdmi k ivat stiiiiL I htt been. usiL: it far eleven vean. 1 Km 48 years.old kmL leel like & diprent unoe l jve mm t og it. I used te uffor from bkriHg Sown. sine, BerroHM nw. 8leepieQe88, hut now the p&inejare all gone mnd. I slep good. Sn. W. W. Gardner, AT ALL DRUa STOBES J. Otdit Established Clothing .and Tailoring Hous e in Richmond JM! . Stouffer