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" lJp.v ' , - n i 37th YEAR ; wii, 1 he Right Way d RICHMOND CLIMAX, .RICHMO SID, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 191 1 NUMBER 40 1S I WALL PAPER buy your paper from an up to1 date ne and get ah uptodate paper hajagcr to get good work is f jjyjjy L. Sole Blanton Agent For o W. P. BAXTE K the town The Wrong Way is to buy a for you. Phone lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it WALL PAPER 5aint Cloud Florida. Editor of tho FEBBUABr 18 1911. OHmax: , The Celebrated Wilton Jellico TELEPHONE 85 COAL V.-WHITE N. The Old Reliable Dry GoodsMan 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 give our customers Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N. V. WHITE Main STreet, below first RICHMOND From tho above heading of this let Jar you can see I am in tho Sunny Soutjj in the "Old Soldiers Magic City" orii city of Tvorider. On July 1st, 1900, theiii J was one small houso occupied by a sur veying crew to lay off the town. tHe thy did their work well. " y the Is about one thousand houses' as near a? one could guess. A brief history of Sainj Oloud and its surroundings will bo ol interest to my old com ratio Soldier who are looking for some balmy place to pass, the last days of life Saint Cloud is thq place. 2o use to look futhcr, the town is situated on a boundry of land once; owned by the Distan people of cookthirty-seve- n thousand acres of land in tho center of this tract of land, is the city of Saint Cloud, ttlio town is two miles wide and three miles long, carefully and beautifully layed ofT This boundry of land has a beautiful lake of water' on each corner or near each corner of tho land. The Distort people when they owned tho land canal-e- d these lakes all together and canaled tho last lako o tho St. John's river thus lowering the lakes about six feot, it de- will bo seon that this puts Saint Cloud on the best drained land in Florida. Dut the work of drainago did not stop hero. After the Sominolo Land and Investment Co. bought this land there was ono strip ! S0 of low land in tho contor of town, they sunk a ditch about 314 feet tho entire length of over three miles, this with a few shorter ditches, made the town nice anddry. Tho town is entirely on new land, much of tho original forest, the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape It is town is a wonder to behold. Lot us take Cream of Tartar. glance at the town only oiglitecn a months old and sec its growth. Tlioro is Royal Cook BookSGO Receipts Fres. Send Name csd Address. an artesian woll 912 fet furnishing an tlOYAt 5SAKIN3 POWDER CO., NEW YORK. abundance of pure water, has a National PTriTMriiH6? Bank in a dandy brick building, it has a brick post ofliicp building and a forty thousand dollar brick hotel modern up- - plqasant it is to be where tho sand is ant, in winter season for the old worn in every respect, 1ms three or there can be no doubt about it but that down comrade was all the heart could four small hotels, has an ice plant mak- Florida is tho coming state for the man wish for. At this time there are over five ing and delivering ice at yonr door every who wants to live on easy street. Ten hundred old federal soldiers thero enjoymorning; has Electric light plant for the acres of oranges and with ordinary caro ing that balmy southern air over a hundtown and tolaphonos, it has nearly ovory furbishes a good living for a family of red flags wave over the city ovory day Florida on 1 y n o o d s above the comrades housos. I met my convenience that other towns 40 and 50 ton people. yours old have, except paved streets of tho band of industry to boom on to the friend and comrade A. S. Cole formerly these have none. Many of tho business front. 1 havo been asked much about of Lewis county; ho located here to stay houses have pavement otherwise the tho clinato in summer, 1 met many of ho gavo up his "Old Ky Home" to come Steele are all tho original sandy bed the my old comrades from the states of to spend the rest of his life, on account Lord allotted to Florida in her creation. Kaims, Minn., Nebraska, Indiana, 111. of the climate. I also met comrado J. But all parts of oroation has and Ohio who had been in Saint Cloud F. Farris an old Ky. comrado whoso some beauty and I look at the orange over a year each and everyone of them homo is in Muskogee Okla. he is largely trees full'of their precious fruit, theban- - said they nover suffered with heat, last interested in St. Cloud in tho Real Estate fruit, tangerine troes na trees, season as they did in their home states. business doing a real nice business. He uud the pine apple and all kinds of veg etables and flowers growing in abund They said they always had a cool air has thousands of dollars invested in tho ance, it maKo me iiiidk. now goon ana every day which mado it always pleas best real ostato of tho town and thinks To-daPhiladel-phi.v.containlin-t- That Peculiar ightness &nd Flavor Found in finest biscuit, rolls, cake, etc., is due to the absolute purity, fitness, and accurate combination of the ingredients of tho Royal Baking Powder. The best things in ery are always made with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence its use is universal in the most celebrated .restaurants, in the homes of the people, wherever iicious,wholesomef ood is appreciated. yal Baking Pm r I is going to the front. All this grand improvomonts havo been made without an officer, the town has no officers in it and has never been in corporated yet but will bo on tho 10th., then there bo street grading and many other improvement. Officers elected then see St. Cloud march on to f uther greatness. The matter of lots is the question many of my comrades will ask about, in reply I say thero is a number of lots yet on sale by tho Seminole Land and Investment Co. in tho town limit afteryou get away from the principal businesisquares at a reasonable price corner lots aro worth 3125. lots adjoining the corner aro sold at $100. each they are all 25 by 150 feot and aro in tho doslrablo part of the city yet to be had thero are three hundred lots sold tho comrades own that are not improved, as tho comrades have not yet come to take them. 1 should like to see a lot of old Ky. women in the Chick-o- n business it would be a profitable business I am sure the ordinary chickens hen soils for $1.00, eggs marked cheap at 40 cents a dozen chickens grow and do well hero strange indeed to mo why the peoplo dont raiso them. I soo very few hogs. Ttjey still have the Fla. "Uazor Backs" that could drink slop from a bottle, Iseo some bettor onos that would havo to bo slopped from a pan they all could bo improved with tho old Ky. hog raiser at the pen. I would b e glad to write more on the Sunny land but for the present I must stop and give a chance to think. ' Yery Truly. A. 7 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. HS&FO Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary Kair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course yoo woolti buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor Windsor I s J. Tharp. is sold in every civilized country, the world over. tia Warning to Railroad Men. Look out for severe and even dangerous kidney and bladder troublo resulting from years of railroading. Geo. E. Bell, 239 Third Sts., Fort Wayne, Ind.. was many years a conductor on tho Nickel Plate. Ho says: "Twenty years of railroading left my kidneys in terrible condition. There was a continual pain across my back and hips and my kidneys give mo much distress, and tho action of my bladder was frequent and most painful. I got a supply of Foley Kidney Pills and the first bottle made a wonderful improvement and four bottles cured me completely. Since Ueinjr cured I havo recommended Foleys Kidney Pills to many my railroad friends". Sold by Stockton & Son. $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A $16.00 22.50 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W. 3. O. R. O. L. te HE W YORK GLIPPEB THE CREATEST THEATRICAL HOTELS, DRUCCISTS, PAPER SPECIALISTS, tho-Lor- IN THE WORLD PUBLISHED WEEKLY. $4.00 PER YEAR -- the-grap- AND 'BUS SERVICE CAN PROFIT BY USING ITS ADVERTISING COLUMNS COSTUM ERS, TRANSFER, CAB SAMPUE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER New York, N. Y. If you have trouble in getting rid of Cook with gas. Its cheaper your cold you may know that yon an not treating it properly. Tit are is no The most common cattM of insomnia reason why a cold should banp an for is disorder of the stomach. Obamber-lian- 's 's weeks and it will not if you lake Stomach and Liver Tablets comet Cough Remedy. For sate by these disorders and enable you to sleep. Stockton & Son. For sale by Stockton A Son. Coming: nut week, "The Man la the Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. Case" opera houso Thursday March 2rd. I nave for snle in any quantity Thomp? Feel languid, weak, Head- son's strain Barred Prymevth Rock achy? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case eggs, price 31. for 15 eggs. Estimates of lazy liver. Burnook Blood Bitters furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. tones liverand stomach, promotes diges C. D. Miller, tion, purifies the blood. Richmond, Ky. mo. mch CHam-berlain-run-down- Mrs. Mauk Mackey Dressing Parlor. Walk-er'sHa- ir Come in and km yonr hair dressed in the newest style, braids and puffs made to order. Braids restored to natural color. Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above 9teektf. drug store, on Xain street. Office : M MS, residence MS. ' When yon have rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Liniment and you will getquiclc relief. It costs but a quarter. Why suffer' For sale by Stockton & Son. t i - 8 We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each 44$ i WeSeU May Manton Patterns GET TING naHBBaBOBBBmnwBmmsmin 1st 1 s it ? i ? i I "sim miiif -- 1$ 10c Each Ami rgflj 1 & ImH : we have ever had. Our merchandise is all bought part of it already here,i some on the way and we; are rushing .the: remainder ..In order that we may haye plenty of room, we are making lower prices than ever, on all heavy goods we ' ; i ' .' have on hand'. . We are getting teady for the biggest spring business in ' . 4 Have s Yoti Taken Advantage of This Opportunity? If Not, Do It Now are all gone "We will save you good money, Hj jefore the best values We , ;: are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from 7Mt6 . 15,00 : S - "A y 4 ;t Ladies' Coats woith 6.50 to 20.00. for from 3.98 to 12.50 Menfs Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from AH other . 'v'' 7:48tel500 . MX winter height goods at very low prices We mean to closekhese "nods mif--i Cnrri-&e- .t C a barprainVJ ' t ) ; . ' v - - r mMm Corner First m. & Lm, Main UlJU Lk fit m t OH Bret hep KirtuCrj 1 'I - - guy M Richmond, --1 "9 v VeV n ' 'emV nmV Wfc'm - W W iLL Li. tt tsv llnw M 'ja.hfeishfc.Mti Jolin"W. Sickelsmith-GreensborcP- a. BUTTERICK FASHIONS Also Thursday and Friday. 23rd and 24th. a line of Gage hats ai K. V. Schin id's. For Sale. Spring Is Coming I have three rubber tired buggies, two road wagons, must be sold at once. Good stuff and in pood shape. Robert WaltI er, Richmond, K"yc 40-2- and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautitul line of spring Opera House. Kane & Lanslev. the German Corned' ians. blusinz and dancinjr. Itesiro. the Harpist will be I he attractions forionigh and tomorrow night. Also fine new photo play. Admission 10. Harlow's spring owning of goods is announc Ladies ready-to-weed lor tomorrow, xnursaay me maxa. Some beautiful lines to .select from. Ono day only. Mrs. has three children, and like most children tbey frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine, he says, 'but have never found any yetthat did them as mucn good as vnamberlain's Cough Remedy." For sale by Stockton & Son. Satin Strap Slipplcrs Something new Rice & Arnold. $3.50. Mrs. Barlow's showing of ladies ready-to-wegoods will be exclusive. One Day only Thursday, 23rd. ar ENGLE & CO. manna Good News of New For Sale. Old walnut. t. J. M. fashioned sideboard in black Apply to Mrs. Homer alkcr. Richmond. Kv. Grand Spring Opening is ar Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Floun. Free Distribution of Seed Corn. have ordered direct from the growers in Clay County, Missouri, .quantity of Dediirrecd Clav County white seed corn and will have same in Richmond April, 3rd, County court day. Every one mo their subscription or renewal to any ol my listed puoncauons wm one nlnt 6f this superior seed corn frnn. There aro nunc a numner oi suu- scribers to my various publications whose subscription expires in April and by renewing on that date will receive one pint of this corn. Get my cheap clubbing offers on any newspaper or magazine you may desire I can save you I who-irivc- s vn Clothes for the Spring of 1911 It will probably be interesting that our Spring Suits them. ' going on All Ready -- cingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest The dramatic class of the Madison Institute have certainly practiced well their different parts for the spicy little comedy, 'The Man in The Case" which will be given at the opera house row evening, the Zdrd. Quite a rush for seats is on by the menus of the school in order I hat a good house will greet these ambitious young players. Under the direction ot Jiiss Aioore, tne cast has developed wonderfully and the lead ing parts are in the hands of those who have shown much ability along this money. line. If you have not ordered your x, j. xriDDie, seats do so at once. Newspaper and Magazine Agency Richmond, Ky. 3t to-m- All This Week Don't fail to give our parlors a visit. Our beautiful and stylish Hats are equal to a visit to to the city ; . Good dressers are invited to of clothes made by the to you to learn are here plenty of who airn for exclu-siveneinspect our selection leading tailors, such ss as Bridges Chosen . OWEN McKBB The Richmond Climax. KUIUED HtST WEEIBUT IT At a meeting of the Board of Educa tion held last Saturday Superintendent D. W. Bridges, of the Lancaster Graded Schools, was chosen to the Superintendency of the Richmond schools, to suc ceed Supt. Coates. Supt. Bridges will tike charge of his new duties here tho first ot September, and from all appear ances there is no man in the state bettei qualified for the position. He is a noted euucaior anu uruugiu many strong tesii monials before the Board The new Superintendent is a native of Tennessee, but has been at the head of the Lancas ter schools for the past four years. PETTY BROTHERS FASCT SEED COIW W. Art Not lobWi to Uti Cttt Wt Sell Only Otr Owl Rtlitur Adler's Collegian Clothes," E. T. Blimline's College Brand Clothes The Washington Tailoring Co., all of New York, where the latest : : : : : styles are originated The models are distinctive and the fabrics are unusually attractive. In quality, style, fit, finish and price we were never better able to guarantee satisfaction to th& most exacting patron than we are today. Will you pay us a visit before you form an opinion or place your order elsewhere? Correct Headwear Tho hat that was made to look well on your head is hero new ' shapes, new shades, right styles at right prices i.iBEitTV, Missouri, Mar. 10, 1911 Mn. T. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. O. WhHe tve K. Taught KEKTUCKY Pres. and Mgr. ' t.JI,t Ntniw tt fRtSS ASSOCIATIOX rUBUSKMS IEAGW. DGHTH DISTRICT FBICE fl.00 PER YEAR IX ADVANCE WBDNBSDAY MAR. tt - 1011 PERSONALS Mr. V. ltieet W bee Je for spent Thursday in I.ertmsian. Pre Vrs. Ksihrie JaeksoM. rf Ien4on ent tfee week wHk Miss BettieJ'reftch. Mtes Mettle Fife visited Mis. T. Jack-saSmltb. ef FaveUc eewrty o Sauir- h Mr. W. Frank Pretwh. v4th Mc meOter mm! ssec. 4ertiited WarfieM Kawtett, er BfWge OH Sattwday afteotee. aM Miss Bottle Ml. W. Artfcw M. Tel UMc Miss Mattle Pntocfc Gordon s vfaWtur raiatfves in Xtehotoinffle tllfe -- Mre. Dan Rreok left Saturday for Maysvflte, where site wilt vtst relatives w about ton ays. Mrs. Frank Rebinsen has been w lleyleaaa Garrard evtmtlee ttie I V His Physksiaas think there fe Ikllcif a ay hope, for recovery. M. Jee Bores, who has bee very II Mt the heme of her parent in OtaeinAati to reported as improving. MrEd. C. Wines is in bed with Rhe- NMttfcm. It is feared that the euUoofc is geed for a severe attack. Hen. Robert Friend, ef Irvine, was in the ok? Thursday to renew hk friend- hhip wkh Richmond people. Mrs. Harvey Chenauk has returned from Louisville, where she has been wtstttag her brother. Mr. l&lgar Hume The manj' friends ef Mr. Harry Bybee wm be glad to know mat He nas recov wed from his recent IIIboss and is able ta be out. Rev. Abb ford Reeves, was here for a few hours last week onreute t his heme H Paris. Tennafter a visit M friends jm Ashland. Mrs. T. Jaoksen Snfth, ef Fayette oaaaty, came In her awtomeVile and openl Sunday afiernooa with friends in Rlohmend. Miss Sarah Shackelford's illaeos will be reeeived by her many frlenno with mnoh regret and sincere hanos for a peedy reaevcry. Xlehrfa Myert, yeungeM hm of Mr. and Mrs. George Myers is in Ctneimtati nnder the care of a specialist far a very aggravated case ef Uerala. ilrs. il. c. Lebb has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati, where &he iDspeoted the "latest from the crea tions ef the expert modbte. II. M. WhitlMglea, ef the Wines & Whittington jewelry store, was in the city several days last week purchasing stock for this popular firm. Remember Mrs. J. M. ISariew's upon ing tomorrow. (Thuiday.) Exclusive goods. Gibof ladies ready-to-weson building Main st. One Day only. Dr. Brown Oldham, who was summoned from Muskogee. Okku, qn account of the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. W. II. Miller, returned tne latter part of last week. Prof. Smith, the noted horticulturist of the Normal sohooJ, took his class to Red House Monday, where they enjoyed Uie afternoon making some interesting discoveries. The Cooillian Qub will meet with Mrs. M. O. Kellogg, this afternoon. No musical program will be rendered, this being a meeting for election of officers the ensuing year and for transaction of ether business. Prof. JIcBryde, of the Model School, entertained the basket ball team of that Institution last Friday evening, at Joe's, with a big spread. The team has not lost a game this season. Prof. McUryde is popular with the student body. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Boggs, ot Red House entertained a few friends at a five o'clock wild duck dinner last Saturday. The occasion was a most enjoyable one and the guests departed with the hope that 'the host would continue with good luck in his future duck bunts. A social session of the Bible class of the Christian church was held in the Elks' club rooms last Thursday evening. Refreshments were served and a gener al good time was had. Mr. Edgar Tur- - j ley is teacher ana nos gathered together a stress body of representative citizens. Miss Eleanor Cbenault entertained the young ladies of the Bridge Club last Wednesday afternoon, at her home in the eettatry and the drive out proved a meet enjoyable one for the members. .XfcsJaae Steektoa was awarded the ar week wHh rotalives. Mr. Jo Bnsh, is very HI at his home belli, have returned from Orlando, Flor kla, whore they have been spending tho They report so vera! winter months. Madison county people in that city' and all are enfoyin? the southern climate immensely. Mr. and Mrs. Webber Hamilton have the sympathy of thoir many friends in the loss of thoir infant child, Kathcryn l'uraell, whose death occurred last r n day morning. The little one was but week okl Funeral services were con- ducted at the grave by Rider Barnes, of liK uiiiHnHi vhuiuii, Lining aiitiiuwii. Many of the Riohmond "invalids" who have been sojourning at Mt. Jack sob, Indianapolis, for the past ten days, have returned home much improved in health. Messrs. John Gibson, Clarence Woods, D. M. Cbenault and W. W. Bon fwv are expected this week. Miss Harriet Parrish and Judge II. C. Rice led the colony bom e, having arrived last Frklay. They all report a "very large time. The Lexington Herald has the follow nuptials ing aoeeuatof the Smith-Denn- y which took place in that city last J hurs day. The marriage of Miss Sue Lydia Smith of Richmond and Fayette county, te Mr. Alexander luce Denny of llich mead, was celebrated ihursday morn' ing at 10:30 o'clock at the first Prcsby teriaa church. The Rev. Dr. D. 11 Scuntofl of Richmond officiated, assisted by Dr. Edwine Mullcr. Tho wedding was quite simple, the bride and groom enterine-togethe- r with no attendants. After the ceremony the bridal couple left on the C & O. train for New York City. The bride wori her traveling gown of Uhc cloth with her stylish spring hat of straw and velvet and a beautiful corsage eonoaet or lilies of the valley and rerav She is a most .charming girl, a Bryn Mawr student and a graduate of th Boston Conservatory of Music. She the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas bmith, who came from Richmond to Fayette county recently, purchasing the oW Shelby place, "Grassland," where they make their home. Mr. Denny is the son of Mr. J. H Denny of Lancaster, Ky., and a youa business man of Richmond, of the firm of Kellogg & Company. He and his bride are among the most popular young peo ple oi lttcnmond society, ana targe num bor of friends came over from that city lHursday morning to attend the wed ding. Among the guests at the wedding Dr. Scanlon, Mrs. Thompson were: .n at r uuraara, Jir. anu .Mrs. arneiai tt uenncii, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. McCreary liaie Dean. lion. James li. Mrs. Ham- - Hanger, Mrs. Robert Bur- Bam, Dr. and Mrs. Vaught, Mrs. W. G White. Misses Marion and Madge Bur nam. t. leaner unenault, Jane D. btock ton, Margaret'Miller. Mr. Edward Stock ton, William Marstellar, Mr. James Tribble, all of Richmond, Mrs. Samuel Bennett.-o- f Lexington, the brides broth or Mr. Murry Smith, of Madison county. Miss Lee of Danville, Mr. J. H. Denny, Donnv. Messrs. Miss Katherine Samuel and William Denny, and Mr. Mrs. Marshall Denny, of Lancaster. and The bridal couple received many ele gant gifts and returning from their brid al irip will go to housekeeping in Rich mono, tue nome Deing already mica up I or tne bride. T" Hoch Coming. notch, of Kansas, is tho closing attraction of the Richmond Lec ture Course, on March 25. Gov. Hotch Is one of the doers in the great modern movement of American politics, which began with the cleaning up of various states, and has in a few years changed the entire cast of the national political stage. He is in the class with such men as Folk, Lafollette, Wilson and Harmon. He is a Kcntuckian, hav ing been born in Danville, but went Kansas at an early age with his parents, The Kansas of today, with the cleanest government and soberest and thriftiest people ot any State in the Union, is prl marily his work. Gov. Hoch has boen secured at a large expense to the lecture management, and all are interested the problems of Americans citizenship will appreciate this as a rare opportunity. Price 'oc. students and children 50c, It Is Curable. Dyspepsia may be completely eradi cated if properly treated. We sell remedy that wo positively guarantee will completely relieve indigestion or dyspep sia, or the medicine used during the trial will cost the user nothing. This remedy has been named Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no offer could be more fair, and our offer should be proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia 1 ablets are a dependable romcdy. Inasmuch as the medicine will cost you nothing if not bonofit you, w urge you who are sufforin'r with indiges tion or dyspepsia to try Rexall Dyspepsia, tablets, A 2jc box contains enough medicine for liitcon duys treatment, For chronic cases we have two larger sizes, 50c and $1.00. Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at The Rexall Store. It. L. Perry, Richmond sults you get. This has proven to oe ono oi tne Heav iest yioldlng varieties of corn that is uuen me grown in tnis country. ground is taken good care of and properly cultivated, it is no trouble to raise nnrtr that C5 ears will shell a bushel. Some men claim they can shell a bushel with less than that. We have an old Kcntuckian at the head of our shipping department here in the warehouse by tho name ot mcn- ardson, who was a grandson of tapt. Thos. Richardson, of Madison county. Ky. He says he knew a gre t many of the Tribblcs before ho left Kentucky. To get the best results, would advise you not to plant it too thick, as it produces very largo ears and makes a big yield, where it it were crowded iiwouiq not develop as large ears, ana woum not pive vou as good satisfaction. We HOD6 vou will oe wen pieaseu with this corn and know you will be with tho results you get. Thanking you for this order, wo are yours, itespccuuiiy, PETTY BROTHERS. Yours of the 1 1th at hand containing Mnnnv Onler for 8S.00. ordering 4 bush els of our Clay County White Corn. Wo are shipping you this corn today, and hope that you will oe wen pieaseu wuh lu Feel sure you will be with tho re nvir SIrr Richmond, Ky., J. Tbibble, A Hat to Suit Everybody My idea of reus, anger is when a woman has been dealing with oae grocery 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 Betsy's Pointers Z&shlngton Garments A Gentleman's Haberdashery Its the tasty little "fixings" that gives the finishing touches to a man's dress you'll find here Neckwear, Headwear, Socks, Etc ites. Lackey Telephone 62 & Todd Opera House Building The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing THE ROYAL Home of Good Clothes J Napoleon 82 J A. B. A. J. School News J. Items ol Interest from Supt. Noland's Office and the County In General sub-distri- Sired by Tarkington's Napolcon;black jack with white points, 10 hands high: 1st dam by Tarkington's Colosus; 2nd dam by Caldwell s Liberty; .ird dam by Stiggall's Black Hawk; 4th dam by Pet-ors Black Hawk; 5th dam by Imported Bertram. Napoleon is a famous breeder on botlt jack, marcs and jennets. A hands high having been recently 15 sold to Tcnncssco parties for SsSOO.00. If vou are looking for a jennet jack it is no experiment breeding to Napoleon ho is a sure brcodcr. NAPOLEON is 16 hands black with white points, extra weight and length, large foot and bone, good head, neck and ear and is a No. X breeder. I went to see his colls before, buying, as I wanted something extra as an individual and breeder, and wilj stand at 2 high,9-years-ol- For Sale At a bargain Two five passenger Buick Automobiles, and one Cadillac truck car, both in good running condition. These I am offering at a very low price. Must be sold at once. Call on or address J. S. Stanifer, Proprietor Corner Main and Second Phone 675 Eggs For 5ale. From my Single Comb Brown Leghorns, 81 per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 eggs for 32. Also breeder of Bourbon Red Turkeys and S. 0. Buff Orpington, and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of correspondence. Mrs. Wallaco Gilbert, m9 2mo R, D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. Richmond We Won't Cut Off too big- a piece of meat you. As a matter of fact doubt if we could. For thosl - ROY MONTGOMERY Garage Corner Third and "Water Streets Bennett Appointed. The many friends of Commissioner YVaraeW ItenHett are congratulating him n upon his appointment by te the position of Clerk of the Richmond Fedral Court. Mr. Bennett has been assistant clork liere for sometime to Clerk Finnell, whose death occured several weeks ago at his home in Cov ington. and in recognition of bis able services Judge Cochran decided to ap- homh nr. onnett to tne place here. Judgc-Cochra- While Hall. Mrs. P. W. Reshor and two little dau ghlers, Mable and Cliristinc, of Cincin nati, Mrs. E. II. Hammond, and little daughter. Lida, of Covington. Mrs. Man' J. Lamb, of Paris, and Miss Jessie Tatern ef Silver Creek, are visiting Mrs. S. B. Haltor. Many friends ef Miss Nannie Powell, are very glad to relate she is slowly im proving from a serious'illnessof typhoid lover. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Dykes, of Richmond, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. S B. Halter. isews nas ocen received nere of nn Work Begun accident which befell the venerable Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, of Union section. That the Winchester Realty Co., has The fell last week and broke her hip and on aocount of her eighty five years great faith in the future of Richmond, her family have grave hopes as to her is evidenced by the fact that they have recovery. purchased tho Shackelford home place on West Main street consisting of about Ruthtoa. six acres for the price of $11,500 and Miss Mar- - Allen Long, who lias been begun work last week on two streets spending part of the winter with Miss and the laying off of thirteen building Mar Roberts, has gone to visit otlier lots In the company arc about a dozen relatives in the slate before returning of Winchester's wide awake business te her home in South Dakota. men. This will be . one of the moit Little Hiss Stella Mac Roulette, from beautiful residence additions to tho city Contractor Caleast, has been spending a week with when completed. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Moynohan was awarded tho contract for the construction of the streets and is Cruse. now at work with a force of men. Tho Bogie and Chastcen, from Mesdames company proposes to hold a big auction Berca, were recent visitors of Mrs. J. M. sale of lets as soon as the streets are Colton. completed and within the next two h Misses I.izr.ie Agee and Bessie years thci promises to bo many handspent Sunday with Mrs. - Wm. some new dwellings go up jn this new Gales. addition to the city, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noland visited Notice to Creditors relatives at Moberly the first of the week. .All persons having claims against the - Miss Hettte Moberly is teaching a estate of James C. Lackey, deceased, spring school at the Koberts school are hereby notified to present same pro"; bouseperly verified as required by law to the Mrs. J. M. Colton is on the sick lisu undersigned Executors osaid James O. 2&n. Martha Bogie is ill at the home Lackey for yaXment on or before tho f her son, David Bogie. "Dr. Price has first day of May 1011. And all persons being Indebted (o the said James C. Wen in attendance. imt Wkwkmm, spealthe week in Mrs. Applegate, who has been on, the Lackey either by Bote or account, are a hovci. unite notified to come a ad pay sane without IM Public Instruction. sick list for some time, in able to Jse f uthec Mtiee, aa4 save. Met. Giva fir. MH mi hi wife made mad a about again. rlaajd as esecnteesof Jmc C. I tity, who were delighted Rev W O. Bel o aa tNMMH asd tbey were given a nC Icky. TtoietlM! Kh Jy strong as4i CurHswitkkU mother. Mrs. T. t ceH B. M. Lackey II I Ion is4 W B. Lackey To Stand Up and Suck. Money duo when colt is foaled, mart parted with or bred to another horse ot iack. Lien on colt until service fee is The different Division Boards of the paid. Mares kopt at 10 cents per day, Every precaution will be taken tc county will meet at their soveral head quarters next Saturday for the purpose avoid accidents or escapes, but will nol be responsible for any that may occur, of discussing the needs of tho schools of Stables closed on Sundays. county. Tho following is the meet the WHITE, ROY ing places and the chairmen; Richmond, Kentucky. 1, Union City at 2 P. M Division No Wm. Jett, Chairman. Division No 2, Speedwell, at 10 A. M Seth Cornelison, Chairman. Division No 3, Big Hill at 0 A. M Amos Langford, etc., Plaintiffs, vs. B. S. Terrill, Chairman. 1 , etc.. Defendants. Division No 4, High Point, at 2 Under and by virtu'o rl a judgment. M. Ed Cornelison, Chairman. and order of sale rendered al the ebruf Division Mo 5, Newby, at 2 P. M. ary term of the Madison Circuit Court the undersigned Master Commissioner N. Ilendren, Chairman. Division 2so 0 Richmond, Grand Jury of said court will on room, at 2 P. M. W" R. Hayden. Chair- April 8, 1911 jnan. in front of the court house door, at l;. o clock a. m., sell to the highest anfi Disappeared. best bidder the following described Cecil, the fifteen ycarold son of Thos, property: A parcel ot land Known as the Jim Jones, the well known citizen of liai win, left home last Thursday and all Hudson place, near Clay's Ferry, and supposed to contain four acres, and beefforts to locate the lad have proved ing the samo land conveyed to the part futile. His parents aro unable to ac of tho first part by Theodore Hacker count for his disappcrance and have and to said Hacker by lone Richardson, to Richardson suffered much worry. The'surroundin, and Madison Circuit by Commissioner ol Court, in the casil the country has been scoured to see if foul of Judith W. Franklin, plaintiff vs. Jos play had overtaken the lad, but no trace W. Hudson. The deods aTe only re of him can bo discovered. His parents fcrred to for a more particular descrin declare that there has been no strained tion. land will be sold on a credit of Slid relations between them and their son to six months time, tho purchaser to liavi cause him to want to leave. It is known the privilege of paying cash if desired; that he had about twenty dollars the if sold on time the purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approvej! morning he left- - If something Js not security, payable to the Commissioner, heard from him this week tho police of bearing 6 per cent.' interest from date of ' -x.l i all surrounding towns will be notified. saie uniu jkuu, ivuiiu it jiuil ruiaipeaj oil the land until all tho purchase money The lad has always been of a good dis position and has never given his parents paid. . C. U. l RICE, it- - U. cause for alarm by his unrulv actions. The members of the Division Boards will meet here on next Saturday for the purpose of estimating the county levy. This is a very important matter pertaining la the .schools. 525 to Insure a JackCoIt; 510 to Insure a Jcnnelt Colt and same for a Mule Colt Moved I For Rent C Commissioners Sale, t Lee-Fox- Saturday to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats Groceries in large and quick delivery. quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, bagin now we will guarantee to please ' Yours for Fresh Goods Grocery fit IVIeat Market Have Moved My Ware house on Orchard street and L. & N. Rail Road, about 1,500 feet floor space, new tight floor. Colby Taylor. t. For Rent Three rooms over store formerly occupied by J. B. Walker on Second street. goes to waste. It is so tendc and toothsome, so differei from ordinary meats that one thinks of leaving any eaten. Tnere s no wasi about our meats. You knol what that means. 1 who buy meat here reguarl declai e that none of it e tf For Rent Lot adjoining tho ball park and also Successor to Douglas & Culten tho soft drink privilege. See T. O. Vaughan. f. 231 WEST MAIN STREET C. C. CULTON TELEPHONE - "Griffon Clothes" are not just for young mei ineyre tor an men who pr fer quality. No matter wl your age is, if you want to correctly dressed, you shot see them. Don't say that you've ga ten along thus far withe tnem aua can probabn cfl tinueso. J. R. PARKE Telephone 39 Irvine Street Don't say it's the same story told in the same old Don't say these clothes not "different" until you ha seen them. Then you can say and thij whatever .pleases you becaui we have a pretty good ideal the impression they Will mi In fact that's the very re son- we are telling you abc . "Griffon Clothes." 'Grjffon Clothes" are - .! Madison Institute Expression Department Utfer fee lireclwn ef ANNA M.-C- F. MOORE Commissioners Sale,, Luther Todd, etc., Plaintiff, vs. 1 Opera House, Richmond, Ky. March 23, 191 Minuet" - I Speed Todd, etc., Defendant ) Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of salo rendered at tho Feb, term of tho Madison Circuit Court, th'n undersigned Master Commissioner of saiu court win, on 1, Eight P. M. " wool. PROGRAMME ' Elizabeth Gormley, Lou Hockodny, Ucss Wagers, Mabel Itaybourn Mary J. White, Eva Hayden, Kathryn Simpson , Miriam Yates. $12.50, $15.00, C!THtS $18.00, $20.( Saturday, April 8, 1911 at Phil War-mout- ' - - unn -- er nr4hia' 11 o'clock a', m.. in front of the court house door, in Richmond, Ky., sell tit "A Backward Ohild" (A Comedietta, In One Act) tho highest and best bidder 4 tracts q( Miss Milliken, a governed Bettie Hemdon land, located on the waters of Muddu Mary Louise Kellogg Florence, a child of twelve..... In Madison county, Ky., aucl Creek, containing the following number ql 1i acres: Tract No. I. The property of LuthdH and Speed Todd, containing 23 3 acres! A Cemedy in Three Acts. turner xoaa oeing tno owner of 5 dr CAST. this land. Thact No. 2. Tho property of Lutq Mrs- - Montressor L Elizabeth Gormlev . :. . . I 117 111 I. erand Speed Todd, containing 59 54 wetiuuy, uui nui, iu iub jiiuiiucr uuru. Areat neiiever in ixwion, being the owner df acres. Luther Todd though not thoroughly imbced with Its culture. She has a touch of t 5 of this land. Mrs. Partington In her manner and "cl 003 not appreciate the Hlber-nlanisof her French maid. TiuctNo. 3. The property of Jcij and Pattie Evans and Speed Todd, con Enid (Her Daughter) Mary Rankin taining 10 acres. Jos. and Pattie Evan t Bright and welL taught in the Ologies, even for a Bo ston girl.. I owners of being the of this land. property , Margaret Arnold thact jso. 4. The Speed of Frank Doris (Her Orphaned Niece), and Sarah Ames and Todd, coai Who has lost all interest in life. taining 42 2 acres. Frank and Patt: 8 Gladys , Bea Wagers r Ames being the owners of 5 of th t A senior of Radcliffe College. A girl of the period, good as gold, land. a uuimr, aim at icaii up 10 me limes, 11 not a trine ia aa urigat The above. land s fully described x !l vaace of'tbem. the judgment herein by metes a I J Ina Martin hereby made a Madam Bo usky bouods and referenco is Cult Tlieosophlsts said judgment lor a tun description ' Aline Roquet . . Marv IS . .WT5f fftdu uuwroAt(een U'Kourke Mrs. Ma4teaaor'sFreaek maid. AHaa Terms:-- i The land .will be ftoi on . . 1. s . : i i - i : . -- r kaa tmiiBk with he? aoewit. .' er will fee required to sMebMik bMftinf ix Mot. interest from dali 1-4-1 A 1 . & 4-4-- 5 1-4-I i "THE MAN IN THE CASE" Prepare for Easter Now have us send your measure today to If you want to be well dressed on April 16, in fine tailored-to-orde- r clothes that cost much less than small tailors usually charge Merchant Tailors, Chicago, IJ. S. A. From your choice of their beautiful Spring woolens we can deliver you exclusive clothes, in which every ounce of fabric and stitch of workmanship fs guaranteed to please you. - Ed. V. Price & Company ........... iy rc iian al t aad tet tM retained Uea ftt-o- f wHfaLft ! I f a fwfeaMi on the Jaatl oM pa rebate money w pua. it. u. ittce, H. v. . u c. II. III, the new Sonne: Stvks in Dress Goods, RadciiH Low Cuts for ladies, R.&G. tnd WWH AM I. . Tb coop: beiongiagip IUdat lUdeitffe brthltey, cottao up AmericanBeautyCd to repreent, 1b wmetf Im tmmmr ihc room of a akr MarrarcT j aB I Wc are showing ELDER lx E. V. j Uxe ScktNo. 7 IS te ! Don't : Overlook :: Good X. 9 Thing f&e PdclimoBd Climax,! reuses) I - . I I BREATH Here's QF A WOLF. i r naaw " - 4lMlllf 9 ,1 r i am wmnc zt The Maa who invented the hinged collar button and got rich by it, sav? a gocJ thing that had been within six inches of millions of men's eye3 for fifty years. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White Pres. aful Mgr. Soo'y.Trcas. Steve K. Taught Editor young chap came into the store Saturday wanUd to know the minute ho cot ittlide Mimter at wheiher we had such and such a suit that wal ir. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOOATJOil? ' the window on .Mondav. No it was sold "I kj)ew and it" he raid "a friend of mine has it on." DISTRICT PUBUSrERS tEAUE. EI6HTH "I've admired that suit in the window two or YEAB PER three times but I'll bo glggered If I thought.lt eauld 'BICE $1.00 ho told me he paid." mnt be bought for the price IK ADVANCE anvthlns like it" "Why don't vou put pricea'DP tht-1011 in the window?" "Who made the suit WEDNESDAY MAR. 32 "It's a Schloss Bros & Suit Co;. FOOD FOR A GENIUS. ti'el One of the line of the "Clothes Bsautiful.'V let's see some of shem they've certainly sonie cjas-tt them." You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & To Also by the Cusfiau label on the Coat Collar.' Made Look $15.00 Hp ment " Just after the sale we are shoeing j i Diet That Enabled Mrs. Siddtm to Riss to .ady Macbeth. It Is not altogether easy to imagine a Lady Macbeth eating chops. !?et her greatest impersonator got her lnsplra tion from them, if one may rely on an altogether delightful authority. On a certain occasion, writes B. V. Lucas In his book "The Second Post," the paint or naydon paid his butcher, who re ciprocated by expressing groat admira tion for the artist's painting of "Alex ander." "Quite alive, sir," said the bubjher. "I am glad you think so," said the Commodore Onward the best bred trotting horses that has evor been brought to Madison county Will mako tho season of 1911 at my place near Richmond, on the Four Mile Road, at One of Persian Remady if a 3r. Sticks In Your Throat A new and ingenious remedy for a bone In the throat will be found la an account of a Persian pilgrimage published under the title of "The Glory e Strfa World." The doctor was MIrza Sadik Khan, chief pbyaMaa of the vakil ul muik: "The-- patient was brought In on the verge at death, and wben bis conation bad bean described the leeraed physician stroked his long beard ami exclaimed: 'By Allah! This ease woaK be hopeless except for me. whose per ception is phenomenal. The cause of this man's state is a bone lodged ia the threat so irmly tb i no efforts avail to (1 Mod It. TlaV-foreither the man must quickly die or the bone must be dissolved, and ly what agen cy? Thanks be to Allah. I am a pay sician and a Kenoant and have observed that wolvae, who live ob raw meat and' bones, never saffer any calamity such as that of the patient Therefore- It la clear to rae that the breath of a welf dlaeoivea boaea ami that If one breathes down the throat of a patient the bene will bo of-th- a The Fine Young Stallion SH ER WOO WuX BMke tho Soasoa of 1M1, at wy piaoe at Red House. Ksatseky, u D $12.00 to Insure-- a Hone, dn. when col. iaroaWd or aa.ro wrtfc. oh far sonrioe foe SHERWOOD is a rieft ehoatoM, years oM. 1 Kgahio, recort Living Colt Lfe ratod W Mgfe, and haa fc4 -o- oad , b, Pay)lw 8ft; to! dam hy QHrbeuJ Ia a black Jack with whito points, 5 yoan oM, over 15 fcowfe Ugh. with Hartou-- Jesus. proven hiatsolf a good brooder. . SAM H 8rll. , iooeaTo CosW " 211? H $ 5 to Insure 1 Living Foal. New Goods in Every Departj EapMc They are all chook full of new spring stuff. "Vory true, Mr. Soworby." "Ah, sir, I have a faucy for gen'us. ially m Wash Goods, Hnmburgs. Embroldoris sir." Laces, etc Come and see them before thy "Have you, Mr. Sowerby?" picked over they are new and fresh now. Oar nv "Yes, sir. Mrs. SIddons, sir, h.13 eat line of Imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived my meat, sir. Nevor was such a wom' styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come scaLosssRoseco.1 an for chops, sirl Ah. sir, she was a the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any otto wonderful crayture!" . tattlitort aid Kcw T srk "She was,. Mr. Sowerby." Wo have j s market. Our stle3 aro exclusive. r i "Ah, sir, when she used to not that tor ladies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to see the new stylos aji there character but. Lord, seen a received some new Tailor-madgt prices, fecbloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to come in in all their new spring gloti bead, as I say. to my sister that there Oar line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladies are already in stook. Mak woman, sir, that murders a king be tween 'om." your selection now while you can eet vour size- Our Wm. Kneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing "Oh. Lady Macbeth," wc eii better than ever for this spring. See them, get our prices and see the new things in every department "Ah. sir, that's it Lady Macbeth. 1 save you money on every purchase. used to get up with the butler behind her carriage when she acted, una an-th- e an-se- e sir; but, as I. have often said to my slater, you could not have painted that pteturc, sir. If you had not cat my moat, sir." "Yos. artist. Money due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. This Is a ohanco for many Madison county owners to secure a royally bred colt at a, low price- - Commodore Onward is a wonderfully brod borse his siro bolng tho champion Vice Commodore, 2:11, a son of tho great and is by Time Uiagen. His dam Proxy took a race record of 2;24 His sooond dam Onward, sire qf tho great stakb winner. Margin, 2:05 4 was the daughter of Ilappy Medium, the siro of Nancy Hanks. Ue has royal blood In his veins on both sides and goos baok through a generation of wonderfully bred horses. Write for full description card to 2, 3-- "Infinite are the uarrels of AHa&, (or when a wolf belonging to a tmf-foo-n was brought ia ami breathed aa the patient suddenly a It of choking ensued and the bone, dissolved with- out doubt by the breath of the welf, was loosened and extracted." Money due whn colt is r, on colt tor service fee. CutfoM to bmvosXmZLJIwZ? taken We should any occur. 1 will stand $8.00 to Insure a Living Colt t yhorarfjsrtyplBeatloHoe,Ky JT R. A. COSBY tub an LOSSES AT MOWTE CARLO. James S. Crutcher Richmond, Kentucky DUST IN SjSjfli e THE AIR. In A its Influence Upon tho Sun'a Heat the Atmosphere. PERILOUS FEAT. - 1 W. D. Oldham Plumbing I used to see her looking quite wild and all the people quite frightoned. 'Aha, my lady.' says 1, If It waan't for my menj. theagu, you wouldn't be able to do thatl" . Heating Go mmissioners w. G. While, Plaintiff, vs. bait THE COTTON INDUSTRY. have purchased the entire interests of the Richmond Motor & Plumbing Co., and will discontinue the automobile business : : I am now preSeating. Lathe and. Machine work. will furnish estimates on short notice without charge. Call on us at our recently erected shops on the corner of B. and Water streets RICHMOND William Farley's Heirs, Defts. Undor and by virtue of a judgmai and order of sale, rondo rod at the Felt ruary torm of the Madison CJrouitoour . the undersigned master commissioner ( i said court, will on . 5aturday, March 25,' 11 sell in front of the oourt house door q 11 o'clock a. m., to the highest and be) bidder, the following described propertj A lot of ground located in Dillinghac Addition to the City of Richmond, Ky.. and boin;r lot No. 12 in block 13, in sail addition. Said property will be sokl on a credj of six months: the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with approve) security: payable to the commissioner to have the force and effect of a jndji ment with a lion retainod on the proper ty until all the purchase money is paid U. 6. RICE, II. C. M. C. C. pared to do all kinds of Plumbing, Alexander Hamilton Foresaw Its Inv portanco In This Country. TherQ exists In the archives of one it the oldest among the cotton spin ning families In northern New Jersey i Ions letter from a banker of New York addressed to Alexander Hamilton when be was seerotary of the treasury. The banker bad beard that Hamilton purposed to build a cotton mill at I'at- rson. N. J. This project the banker ondemned and stated tbat,it wan the iplolon of alUtbe merchants in New Tork whom be knew that net In a bun- lred years would the cotton milling business in the United States employ 200. mm WEI & COMPANY B. F. HURST, Manager Phone 270 IT IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH I will gladly lose sleep and stop eating in an effort to please my customers, bring me your d D. R. rreemari IT AT ONCE Hides, Fufs,'Tallow,-anI Wool pay the highest prices Ring phone 363 M. RICHMOND Up-to-da- WIDES te KENTUCKY P ow We have the latest improved The The Best Implements Farmer Uses Waldo and tho Pickled Peppers. "Now. dearie." said the nurse, "I want you to learn this nice little peem Do you know that of all the minor ail about 'Peter Piper picked a peck of ments colds are by far the most danger pickled peppers. " ous? It is not thoeold its self that yot "Shan't!" answered the Boston child, need to fear, but the serious disease that it often leads to Most of thorn an much In the manner of other children. "Oh. naughty, naughtyl Why, Walnuunu iu germ uisoesos. I'neumonlii and consumption aro among them. Whj do, why won't you learn this pretty not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedv poem?' and cure your cold while yoircan? Foi "For two reasons," answered Waldo. sale by Stockton & Son. "In the first place, the alliteration of the line you quote Is so excessive as to For 5ale. destroy any literary finish that snch adventitious aids to metrical composiFew thousand socond hand briok. tion might lend If used more sparingJ. D. King & Son. ly. And, In the second place, consider tf 219 Moberly avenue. the Impossibility of picking; ' peppers , which have already been pickled. The whole thing Is beneath the attention of any intelligent person." Boston Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head! We guarantee THAN TO WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND WISH YOU HxVD Hamilton went ahead and planned the industrial town be named Paterson nd also planned and financed a company for developing a water power and for Gnandng corporations thereat Hamilton's original company, known as the Society For Useful Manufactures, exists to this day at Tatersoiu The agent whom Hamilton sent to England to buy cotton mill machinery was instructed to have It "knocked down" and placed In small boxes that were to bo marked "Bibles For the Moravians of Pennsylvania." It was at that time against the laws of England to ship any kind of Industrial machinery out of the kingdom. Hamilton's brother and two of his agents wore caught trying to ship the cotton mill machinery to Paterson, and they were imprisoned for ten months. Hog Raisers 1 Bourbon Hog Cholera Remech cures Cholera, kills Worms, Stimulate tho Appetite, aids Digestion nnd cause-hogto fatten vory rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout tho country. Come in and let us tell you about it. s tokoephoss healthy and free from ease for 5 conts per head per month. dis- , L and the farmers are rapidly discarding the old ones for the New Improved Wm. J. Oliver with a guaranteeagainst breakage of irog and a point and a landslide that is indepen dent of each other, Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HAR-th- e ROW, positively best ever invented Ptrry's Drug Store. 2- -t For Sale. good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Avo. Location, drainage, ect., tho vory bes. Most desirable for apartment house or living residence. Any bne in terested in purchase please call on the I T nvrnnr. Vre n i Tt.:v.t Dr. Bright. tf I have several Hunting on- Treacherous Soil. Snipe shooting on an Irish bog is an excellent test of a gunner's skill and enthusiasm. An experienced bog Shooter if be finds himself going down throws himself flat on his side or back iind at the same time throws his gun ;:o his attendant, generally an unshod gossoon," who rarely fails to cateh The senBaUon of being bogged Is ?ery unpleasant, but If a man throws hlmsejf on bis side or back there is jitrengtb enough In the peat to support his body. "Forty,flvo Years of - it jiport" th headquarters of the lead mines of the lci0rt It Is celebrated also for Its In 1854. Laxev A Great Wheel. the Tain of Mtin. la A Special Medicine for Kidney Ailments. Many elderly peoplo have found in Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick relief and permanent benefit from kidney and bladder ailments and from annoying urinary irregularities duo to advancing' years. Isaac N Regan, Farmer, Mo., says roJeys Kidney Remedy effected a complete euro In my case and I want others to know of it Sold by Stockton.l Teat wheel, which was . erected In Its diameter is seventy-tw- o feet t nd so splendidly Is It set that there Is no oscillation, and it has been going practically ever since its erection. TvIco Too Much. "Two heads aro better than one,' quoted the wise guy. ' "1 find one quite enough the morn ljig after," replied tho simple mug. EhlladelDhia Record. i TAYLOR & OLDHAM & Son. Skin 'Affections, Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo Clara I sceJCynthia haa decorated r room with guns, plstojs, swordjt id. the like, Cora Yes: 6he alwavti its been a great girl for having armK ajout ber. The Innocent seldom find an uneasy Consistent Ready to wear Goods are arriving daily. gant styles. Respectfully Ele- Ladies' and Zemo Soap. An Unusual OJfer The Perry Drng Store says to every person, be it roan, woman or child, who has an Irritated, tender or Itcbinjr skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soan and if you are not entirely satisfied with the results, come back and get yonr money. So confident ate we of the efficacy of this clean, simple treatment, that we make you. tbis un- saal offer. ZEMO is a clear liquid for external me that has cured so many oases of ciema, pimples, dandruff and other EMO and forme of sk'.u waptnm. ZEMO aop are the asset eoofioadvcal s inpet.;iuKl meat ectiv vail m l t fe tk aids or aealp, grows oh cook pi to . with gas. Its cheaperj ... . s hntl nHl probability there were cities of refuge iv miJte season at my place on Lancasrcif in other countries than Palestine. thoroUErhhrnd .Tafspiv 2-- a Notica When tho air Isvery thick and hazy It Took Nerves of Steel, a Cool Head and a Steady Eye. it may contain floating dust particles to the number of from 10,000 to 20,000 The cathedral at Salisbury, England, in every cubic centimeter, while a cu- lifts its spire 404 feet which Is quite bic contlmeter of very clear air may a respectable height even In tho day This spire Is topped contain only from a dozen to a few of skyscrapers. by a ball, and on the bail stands hundred particles. An English obscrver'3, data Indicate cross. From the ground tho ball looks that there Is a relation between the to be about the size of an orange, but quantity of dust and the temperature in reality it Is greater than a man's of the air. A great amount of dust, it is height A distinguished American visiting thought increases the temperature in the daytime and checks tho fall of tem- Salisbury wben a very young man had a curiously weird adventure on this perature at night The reason is that the presence of spire. Workmen were at the time re dust, serves as an obstruction to the pairing it The American saw them free radiation of heat through tho air. crawling round the slim steeple In the The sunbeams pass through very pure, afternoon light like so many bugs on clear air without lending much heat to a bean stalk. The Impulse came to him it, and at night the beat received by to climb the spire and stand on the the ground during the day readily es- horizontal beam of the cross. Accord capes through the same air, but if the ingly, late In the afternoon, when the atmosphere Is heavily laden with dust workmen had gone, the young man way up the sun's rays aro partly arrested by made bis which the stairs to the lit opened to the work tho particles which, becoming heated, tie window men's staging. To run up the scaffold In turn warm the air, nnd in like man- lag to easy. Then came the ner heat radiated from tho earth at tho slightly ball was to the night la retained in the hazy layers of foot of the more difficult climbbulging cross over the air in contact with its surface. curve of tho ball. A short platform Without its atmosphere, which serves gave mm up as a coverlet to protect it against the and put hislootnoiu. on ue reached the hands the base of fearful cold of space, the surface of cross and pulled himself up. To gain the earth would be frozen like that of tho crossarm was merely "shinning" the nlrlcs3 moon. But the data gath- up a good sized tree, and soon he ered by reliable observers show that stood on the horizontal timber and. the atmospheric blanket wrapped reaching up, touched the top of the around our planet varies In its power cross. heat In proportion to the After enjoying his moment of tri amount of dust particles it contains. umph he slid to the foot of the cross Harper's Weekly. and with his- arms around the post slipped down over the big bulge of the balL His feet touched nothing. The DEATH BY. DROWNING. little plank from which he had reached Sinking and Rising Depend on the un was not there. Here was a situation requirWater In the Lungs. A group of old salts at Sailor's Snu ing a cool head and a steady eye. He Harbor were discussing the popular could, of course, not look down. The belief that a drowning person must clinging hold that he bad to maintain come to tho surface of the water three on tho bottom of the cross shortened the reach of his body and made It times before he can possibly drown. "Well," sold Captain Tom Morgan, less' than when be stood on the plank "there is little ground for that suppo and reached up to the cross with his sition. Tho truth Is, a drowning per bands. He must drop so that bis feet son may sink the first time, never to should reach the plank, for he would rise again, or ho may, as In the ma never be able to pull himself back If Jority of cases, rise three times befo'ro he should let himself down length, and his feet hung over empty he sinks forever. "It all depends on tho quantity of air. But this young American had a good water that be swallows when he sinks and the size of his lungs. Tho human head, which he immediately put to body in life naturally floats while the work. He looked up at the cross and lungs are inflated. So long as one tried to recall exactly the angle at keeps his head above the water he can which he had reached for it, to make his memory tell him Just how the edge float with very little effort "But as soon as the person sinks ho of that square post bad appeared. A gulps down a lot of water. If after few inches to the right or to the left he has swallowed this water bo has meant that ho would drop into vacan any air left in his lungs he will un cy. Bending his bead away back, he doubtedly rise again and will continue strained his eye up the cross and fig to sink and rise until all the air ha3 ured bis angle of approach. He cau tiously wormed himself to the right been worked ont of bis lungs. "In most cases the frightened victim nnd made up his mind that here dl swallows enough water when he sinks rectly under his feet must be the the first time to leave him exhausted, plank. Then he dropped. And he but as there Is still air left In the lungs lived to tell, tho talc he soon finds himself on the surface again. Each time he sinks, however, ANTS THAT COOK. tho supply of air in his lungs grows less until ultimately there la nothing They Make Dough, Form Cakes and left tp support him, when ho will Bake Them In the Sun. drown." New York Herald. The remarkable habits of the harvester ant have long been known to The Second Man. naturalists. Certain species not only A teacher said to her class, "Who harvest and store In granaries the Tras the first man?" seeds upon which they feed, but ac"George Washington," a little boy tually plant and cultivate an annual shouted promptly. crop of their food seeds. "How do you make out that George But now a still more wonderful tal'o Washington was the first man?" said Is told of an ant which Is common the teacher, smiling indulgently. In Dalmatla, Mcssor barbarus. Ac"Because," said the little boy, "he cording to Professor Neger of the well was first In war, first In peace and first known forestry school near Dresden, thl3 ant not only cuts leaves and gathIn the hearts of his countrymen." But at this point a larger boy held ers seeds, but actually makes bread up his hand. "Well," said the teacher or biscuit Tho seeds aro first sprouted, then to him, "who do you think was the carried Into the sun and dried, then first man?" "I don't know what his name was," taken back to tho underground chamsaid the larger boy, "but I know it bers, where they are chewed. Into n wasn't George Washington, ma'am, be dough. Tho dough Is then finally cause tho history book says George made Into tiny cakes, which are baked Washington married a widow, so of In tho sun, then carefully stored for course thero must have been a man future use. From these observations it appears ahead of him." New York Press. that the art of cookery Is not wholly confined to the human race. All cook- Cities of Refuge. In the tumultuous days of old(when ng: Is done by tbe'sun, whether in the "every man's hand was against every ripening or fruit or in tne casing or in other man and every other man's hand bread fuel a stove. The heat obtained up sunlight from against him," when tho principle of set free. Is simply stored process of law" was practically "due The Arab and the native Mexican unknown and private vengeance was speak of ripe fruit as fruit which has tho rule of the day, it wad absolutely been cooked in the sun. The ant haa necessary that there should be some somehow learned the art of sun cook-place to which one could fly for safety. cry, the saliva with which It moistens Such were the "cities of refuge," of the grain probably taking the place of which there were six In Palestine. He yeast and sweetening- through changes who succeeded In reaching such asy- set up by its Influence upon starch. lum when pursued by his would be de American Medicine. stroyer was safe until his right to pro tection was judicially decided. In all Positively Rude! to-ret- Not at the Gaming Tables, but From Thieves and Pickpockets. The extent to which pickpockets carry on their calling at Monte Carlo ia .shown by the experiences of an Eng lishwoman, the wife of a' prominent member of the Dritish colony in Paris. While playing at the gaming tables in the casino she found suddenly that omobody bad opened her bag and stolen her purse, which coatalned several hundred dollars. In a letter to her bBsband she writes: "It was about 5 o'clock when they entered ray complaint and a description of the parse in the ledger. I returned after 7 o'clock, and the elerk had to turn beek throe pages to Sad the entry. "'Surety,' I said, 'these are not aH tosses that have occamd since I was here two hoars ago? " 'Tes, madame. tbey are,' he ropMod. and It's the same every day.' " The writer thinks that losses" is word to use. She scarcely the-rigrelates the case of another Bngiiahwo-ma- n who was robbed of $1,000 in the some way as herself. The victim actually caught a woman's band in her bag and she hold on until some detectives arrived, bat the thief bad already passed the notes to an accomplice, and she was allowed to go. Cor. New Toric Sun. Dubious Wtfrk. K reMany years ago when bel of Atlanta was called on to sjanssj the water in a neighboring stroma bo one day had an amusing eaeonsmr with an oM farmer who came aleas; on a wood cart drawn by aa ox. When be roacaod the estoael be stoo ped the eart and laaaired peremptorily: "What on 'arth are thess sea data Li From the Basement to the Roof We carr in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds Todd-Edwar- Lumber Co, c"r Ma Phone 1 00 otart Richmond, A Wonderful Display of Handsome Otoi China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For Your spring flowers come in now and see thar?' this exclusive display "They are trying to Ind oat bow many backetfuls of water raa down horns," said this creek in twenty-fou- r the colonel. "Mister, arc that a tree fact?" asked well & McKinney 140-14- the farmer. "Tes; that's Jast what it is," said the colonel. "Well, mister." said the o4d man In a tone of much disapproval and anxiety. "it mought be ail right, but it do appear to me such doin's are o&caaetltoo- tional." Youth's Companion. Still Had 2 iNorth 5econd Street Telephones 16 and 223 - "Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords P"oe-lIk- o Rastos was on trial, charged with stealing $75. He pleaded net guilty. and as be was unable to hire an a$er ncy the judge appointed Lawyer Clear- em 03 counsel. Clearem put up a strong plea in defense, and Hast us was acquitted. Counsel and client mot a few min utes later outside the courtroom. "Now, Rastus," said Clearem, "you know the court allows the counsel very little for defending this kind ef case. I worked hard for you and got you clear. I'm entitled to mach more pay than I'm getting for my valuable serv ices, and you should dig op a good sized fee. Have you got any money?' "Yes, boss." replied Itastas, "I stHI done got dat sehen deilnhs and eighty- five ceota." Bverybodv0. r It The Wonder of the ge How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap, Whom ia town don't fail to see the new at-arm- s' 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. Wo aso baadoaarttfs far 5, M aaal 3S osat sasaa. S osats yoa can buy many items that ordinarily soil tec a dims. Far 19 esatayoHget values worth up to a aaattar. Wo aava snaytniag at EaaaMled Ware, Tinware. Imported Chaw. Glassware Brnsbos. Cutlery, etc.. and every price marked in plain goods here and SAVE MONEY I far For Sale cylinder, 4 passeagec Antonta- bile, first elass maniac; order, good iea son for setting. This raaeatae has only been run 3900 nines. Call ob or adr ess, Ike Oktsser, Miller Ikos. Go. Broadway & Mala, Lexington, Ky. tf Ono Wsndoawre, Bay ; 9 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Building f ! Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST ' CLOTHES Ber eh Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade &m?2EM. llssaaal n. I ll I 'I I SSZtSg? JK,A aaaUCA aJK' inM aaaaaasBaaBaaBkJnaaaa2-- H iiin I X2-.- it - "Vjfrr . 3. Ill I 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from - it at 81.00. Butler CarrieraPJ ; A Bold, LaGripfMvthen JMrs. J. M. Barlow iNew Gibson Building J:. Main Street m wbr 'etion .r loooftenthefatalseouenca. Folav' Hqhey and Tar oxpels the cold, checks thlagrlppe, and prevents pncuinojiiaJ prompt and reliable cough wedH cidp that contains no narcotics. "Foley's TTdhflV ftnil Tsrr (k tlin hof J edlj 1 ever used as H nkkly stopped aj 3eNbrecou?hthat had long troubled me,'sajs J v liuhn. I'rtticeton, Kebr. Just! k! LRtU Xak. s so lluicKly arwl umb' It iois is all oases "Vetr suapieloag man, Ibey say." of lMle. and lunr "Vry. Bought a dtoNtutrjr hurt tndHrie. It fer yor Cfaildre&! TTiafcj and ucm Wg etwjlwy tb warda as llours&tt. wl ixMI M uM la & oaJk of eroupe wsipifl ooegh ri(ji to jM If t cmtjtjm m ttanjr m Ca BarawtLsie couirn. rseiatr sa, . byj?Hwktn s Pneumonia. Its to know as well as she knew that she had small feet the woman who had ofHers the Credit fered to lend rubbers to a friend added 'There Is one thing I like about ytrar apologetically, "But they are bo big husband ho never hurries you when I doa't suppose you can keep them on." getting ready to go1 out with him." "Oh, I guess I can," said the frlead"Very little credit is due to him for serenely. "I have big feet too." that; my dear. Wheaever I see that I Since tbesr the woman with small. atn not likely to be ready in time I feet has refused to see her friend, simply hide hie hat or his gloves and Tea whea the brought the rabbets let him hunt for them up and down home. New York Press. until I hftTe teiaaed dressing." Th Awwioaw Way. Because she wanted everybody else - and Furftiafeisff Goods, Suit Case, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices foe high class goods. Flats in Rirttonoa Fine Jane $few Style I eitay laHie iss.' 11 Ifisb naa edtiaa hi such a trsaiondeas harry? attcfoaa on Fear Appotat-inon- t Ka fas doctor. Be ia t4Ja traatawaft ft fetOgsgtlftn Aster Mi tilth WtpVfto tojtisjtmftt Xkfeha aa Apple Why at yoaoar 4 B Stouffer Oldest mmfct Tailoring Hon M " 1 " U.'njSt--- B - - ' - - - ' . - -.- - . x, tiT' ' '''''' " ''V-'T"- ' -- --u -- - t ft M this year he will be wise to select it from collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. our-splendid If Santa Clans Brings Furniture Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want 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 BENNETT and H GG I N S New Spring Suits Shirts, and Overcoats Have Reached Lowest Big Money Saved by .Buying for Next Winter With Fine Assortments of U - UNDERTAKING Cheapest accident insurance Dr Thomas' Eclectic OiL Stops the pain and Cuban Star, 5c heals the wound. All druggist sell it. Lost Plain gold seal ring with monTerhune Here ogram initial "E." Reward If returned Deputy State Fire Marshal Terhune, 40-2-t was here yesterday taking testimony in at once to this office. the case of Sarah Moore, (colord) chargThos. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst ed with burning her home near Newby Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone last Thursday evening. 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. mQKg Most frequently it is case, but at this time When in need of Blacksmithing in any Moved Stora of its branches, Fanning Implements, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber J. R. Parke, the well Known grocery-ma- n and meat market, has moved his tires &c, get prices from R. E. Miller, store to Irvine street, opposite the jail, f. Union Oity, Ky. ,and has fitted up a first class grocery and in his Cook with gas. Its cheaper He ismeat market business new location. a Donular mnn nnrl en. joys a wide trade. t-- the woman in the Supt. Coates, of Kentucky Rural the "Hill.Girls" School was in Mayslick, Mason countj insist in presenting "The Man in the last Friday evening, where he delivered one of his strong speeches on the subject Case." Opera house March 23rd. of "Consolidation and Transportation." Coates 5poke VVintep Suits Prices jTHE STORE FOR QUALITY Shoes, Hats, Neckwear, Etc. Early Buying Insures Choice Selections p ' ' 9 Best Patent Flour Tor Sale. 100 2.65. pounds lot $2.70; 500 pounds lot Cut Rata Grocery Stores. El- Popular Official. In the list of ofticials for the Elks lodge for the ensuing year the name of Mr. Leslie Evans was omitted. Mr. Evans is a popular Elk and one the lodge always places in apposition of trust. His election this year was unanimous. f - t Irish potatoes in any quantities. mer Deatherage. Phone 152. tf Drs. Harry Blanton and H. C. Jasper, Light Gray Overcoat on Irvine pike just beyond water works. Return to are tho first anglers to try the spring fishing. They caught a nice string at Judge J C Chenault or to Climax office. the lake last week and If the weather will only subside a little, they will try Court Day Dinner. again, They are among the most persistent of the The ladies of the Baptist church will love the sport. local anglers, who dearly serve dinner at the Masonic Temple on Monday, (County Court Day) April 3rd. The Judge Honored 40-A good dinner lor 25 cents. Judge James Benton was chosen d Ruler last week at the annual elec Notice tion of officers of the Winchester lodge enthusiastic Elks. The Judge is I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar of as well as one of thean most beloved Elk hog, at my home on Big Hill avenuo at citizens of his adopted town, and will 91.00. Money due when service is ren- make the organization there a real officdered. I have for sale some nice shoats ial. large enough for service. Too Dry W. B. Turley Richmond is too dry. The clouds of Big Hill Ave. dust have choked the people until it has , . become a burden to pedestrians to walk Satin Pumps for ladiesVwear $4.00. streets. jlcl&iArnold. the and if theIt isistime for a little moistoil not forthcoming now ure 1 let water be put copiously on the streets Lost of the city, until the oil comes. Millions Black sow, weighs about 275 pounds, of disease germs are swallowed every day right ear about half gone. Strayed under present conditions. Velvet Pumps for ladles 83.50 and 84. from my place adjoining farm of Mrs. Rice & Arnold. W. J. Collins, on Union pike, about March 10th. Reward for information Great Gate. leading to recovery. James B. Walker has purchased an 40-t- f Neal Forbes. interest in the Whitaker Automatic Gate, and will canvass every county in Notice, the Bluegrass with this great invention. finishing up his immense Mr. Now Is the time of year to feed your crop Walker isin Garrard, near Lancasof hemp cures ter, which ho sold some time ago at fowls a good tonic. $5.50, and when this is done ho hopes to Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and "When fed as a preventative sell gates in great quantities. not only keeps them healthy, but Coming In. makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, The members of the Richmond Base No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, ball club are beginning to show up. Stockton & Son. "Jimmy" Baird, the popular second Try it under the guarantee. Ask for baseman arrived Wednesday and is look-In- ? fine as a fiddle. He says he is in 40-- 5 m booklet on diseases of poultry. good shape to begin the season, having wintered well. President Herrington Ladies slippers in one, two and three has received notices from alllhe players straps 3.00 all new styles. that thev would show up within a few weeks. Rice & Arnold. 2t Ex-ale- Lost Out Early. Mm Hobson, The War Hero Speaks To Richmond Audience. Spanish-America- Lodge of Sorrow. The Richmond Lodge of Elks will hold its regular Lodge of Sorrow next Friday evening to commemorate the memory of James C. Lackey, whose death occurred several days ago and who was one of the most popular members af the Richmond lodge. Fans Happy. Base Ball Season for 1911 Looms Up In the Distance Most Promising. Hurrah for the season 1011, for the Richmond Base ball club. Just a little more money from a few who have not as yet contributed and tho season will be a success beyond a doubt. President Herrington is anxious to get as good financial start and so far ho has succeeded well. But there are many people in town and county, who can affor.d to give dollars in order from five to twenty-fiv- e to have the popular game here this year and with every assurance of a pennant winner, they should contribute liberally. The people of Richmond have shown their public spirt by good contributions and if this season Is anything like 1009 in attendance and weather, there will be enough left over at the end to start In 1212 with a very good surplus. Richmond is the smallest town in the league, but there are more real fans here than most any place. The park trouble has been settled, Mr. R. R Burnam coming to the aid of the fans and purchased it for 83,300 which will afford enough to liquidate the old indebtedness. Mr. Burnam agrees to sail it back to the club at tho expiration of one year at the above figures and he is to receive $300. rental for the season of 1011. President Herrington Is looking for a pjayer manager and will get the best man for the place. There are now about twenty men owned by the Richmond club, but of course several of these will be either sold, traded or released before the "season opens. There are one or two good players, which the president has his eye on and they may be signed by the middle of April. There are one or two places on tho team that need strengthening and with these filled. Richmond will put a surenough winner in the field. Ladies Tan Oxfords for street wear. Rice & Arnold. $3.50 High Grade. n Deaths Mr. and Mrs. Lee Congleton, were called to Frankfort last Friday on the death of Mr. Congleton's" uncle, Mr. William Congleton, who had been a resident of the capital city for severa years and was one of the leading lumber men of the state. He had been a member of the Frankfort city council since 1897. - Irate Wife One For Sale. pair of stock scales in good con- You Need Us. Makes a Bold Attempt to Cremate Her HusBand. Sara Moore, a colored woman, was arrested by Sheriff McCord last Thursday evening in "Chicago Flats." this city. charged with setting fire to a house near Newb7, in which it was supposed her husband was sleeping. Her story Is a pathetic one, and It may be that the woman became temporarily insane, which caused her to do this rash deed. She is the wife of Isaac Moore, a well known colored man of the Newbv sec tion, both of them being about fifty years of age. They have been married for thirty years, but several years ago domestic infelicities arose and they sepa rated, the woman going to Cincinnati, where she remained until a few months ago, when she returned, and, after a re conciliation, they began life again together, although neither had sued for a divorce in the meantime. A few days ago the white winged dove of peace left the door, and, after a family quarrel, they again separated, the woman coming to uichmond, where she took lodging with friends. Thursday afternoon about four o'clock she left the house where she has been stopping here, and walked to her late home near Newby, a distance of about eight miles, where it was supposed her husband was staying, arriving there lust after dark. To one or two persons that she met, she declared that she was going to burn the house and her husband also, but they paid no attention to her threats. The house burned to the ground last Thursday evening between eight and nine o clock, and her husband, return ing later, finding the home In ashes, notified the officers here to be on the look out, as he had evidence from persons in that vicinity, who had seen the woman, that she declared she would burn the bouse. Sheriff McCord and one of his deputies learned where she had been stopping in the city, and lay in wait, thinking the Shortly after woman might return. midnight she was seen coming down the alley just north of the Government Building, her shoes covered with dust and hatless. '1 he officers took her In charge and lodged her in jail. When iiuestioned she refused to admit that she set fire to the house, but said she had walked to Newby and back since four o'clock in tho afternoon. Notes, accounts or claims of any ad 215-2- t Lymas PABBisn. dition. seription collected on percentage collections Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Monthly & Simmons on fiat rate. Office Building. Douglas Good upright Piano for sale at bargain The Richmond Mercantile Agency. Address Business Office Normal School. tf .4 ' Poultry Raisers! R4-11-- Lim-bernec- k. Trial The 30 Days In your Home We know all about other sewing machines, from treadle to spool pin; we know them all, the cheapest and the highest price. We have investigated them all Everyone of them has been found lacking some real essential; every pne of them has had some glaring faults but in FREE which you hear and read so much about, we offer a machine that is perfected, absolutely perfect, a machine in which not the smallest detail can be improved. And in order to get you to realize this juperiority as vre do, we have decided three thingt. advertiie iu low price you. would never Firtt, that we cannot afford imagine that you could get o perfect a machine for so little money. To appreciate it price, you mutt come to the atore and ate the machine tint. Sccend, we will offer you the chance to teat The FREE, from treadle to pool pin, in your own home. The best way far you to become enthuiiattic over it one point of auperioritr after another ia to actually ten on The FREE for 30 days. We want you to keep it in your home to sew cn it as it if were your own to teat it in any way you choose to compare it with any othjr tewing machine you know of and then make year decision. Unlet you are fully satitbed mtre than aaritfied tend it back to u it will not cost you a cent, we will refund all you have paid on it. licrt wUl Tan is At tan buctr But htl kutUntni 1 ijr m wH! wit TJ ! FREE 4n 1 JO Jin M tlxa sa ti iuiurf Its fnsca-b- c Uk wMc 4. ancc rk Mr. Tktrt Iter itt lU I uli t U U wotli. FfcXE iMttf ill il At lifcit retftiex K.Ul nuiUt An wh! liectof, &t AatomitSc LecUsf Dll.lK. lk KetUT Spool Plo. list Tt-itlaarorai Heal lMckt t Asurutk Kilo-Jok- ca KcIfm. Ht AmmbuIc Lift, It &k PoHcr mliMlaH Ua4 of IrwlMniRwrarkUc wM wcUmo ml r ) Wit vUek Steak -- Te tUn il At "KfttMcBe" aaartaiias-Mdi mifcw g Pim'i own UraetSe M avi cB wUck mw wun out. . imt l"eu lourr H W. wul tw a mm Ate rmnttl ai "WI hu it txmmtU $ 1 a Week Payments and ft I it if Lumsn , 1 II SSyKtjritto Attorney J. Tevis Cobb, who has been ouiti) sick at his home at Red House, was in the. city Monday for the first time in several days and was greeted by bring advanhis taany friends. He Is slowly recovering from an illness which made its anncarance shortly after tho first of the year, which, was responsible for his absents from many of the sessions of tho re- ible. centierm oi iuh circuit uuuri. oavctui ui On Wednesday morning he spoke for his friends have been urging him to be an hour and a half to the student body come a candidate foe the democratic or. tho "Possibilities of War wiih a For- nomination tor representative, but as eign Nation" and made assertions that yet he has not made up his mind. Window Shades, Paints, Oik, Varnishes, Glass, Mirrors, caused much comment from his listenPictures and Frames Season Closes. ers. lew. spoke along the lines that have He 213 West Main Street The basket ball season with the athcharacterized his speeches in the nation- letic associations of Caldwell High Aftor a lingering illness of paralysis of representatives as well as on Schiol. Model School and Normal have al house and a strong fight against death, Mrs. the lecture platform of late. disbanded for the season. The Model Carrie Harris Broaddus died at her home He predicted war with a foreign nation has been victorious in every game played is More near Speedwell last Saturday. She was and declared that tho United States was thislvear. and In many of the contests fiftythree years of age and died in the than the color. Whsn you paint don't unprepared and would bo compelled to thev showed their superiority over their community where she was reared. She sue for peace after having been worsted. opponents by a big score. The Cald-wol- l. just select the shade and let it go at was the widow of the late J ere iiroad- high school team has mado a good He said he believed war was Inevitable dus, who preceded her to tho grave that. Make sure also that you are with in the next few years between this record this season, naving won aeainsi about nine years, and who was a promiusing paint that will wear, continue to Fail Broadone of the greatest powers long odds in several contests, while the Don't country and nent citizen of the county. Mrs. look well, hold its color Ion?, stay on of the world; that the United States was Normal had a very disastrous season, had been for many years a faithful To attend thehig Millinery Opening at dus devoted member of tho Christian the job and give good honest service. It accouut of not having maiiily due to a bad start, which could not prepared on and enoueh ships and would be unable to not lie overcome, aunougn iney wumeu EL V. Elder's store Thursday and Friday church and her whole life has been an takes paint like the brands, we sail to of next week, 23rd and 24th. An expert exemplification of the beautiful teach haru defend her own coasts. give service like this. In charge with au oi tne seasons ings oi uim wnom sne servea so iaiin-fullRussian-Japans- e war, the L'ko in the 2t creations. 'A wide circle of friends and Elks Initiate. other Powers would insist on ending the relatives will recall for years to come conflict and this country be compelled Mlissrs. J. 8. Sewell. R. H. MoKinney, New Wagon. her pleasant smile and tho loving deeds to accept peace on the best terms she William Smith, Preston Smith and Sant Good Singers. could get. Oity Launary has put in of her kind heart and generous hand. Tho Normal Bush were shown througn tne mys- by Ha said he thouirht war would come teriis of Elkdom last Friday night, and an order through Lackey & Colyer for She is survived Joe two brothers and one made The and Robert Harris quite a Berea College quartette of the delivery wagon, this mow sister, Messrs. before the Panama canal was completed a bhV jollification was had by a largo an bit at the annual meeting this blow would be struck necessary on account ofjthe increase in and Miss Fannie Harris, all of con- Kentucky Y. M. C. A. held at Danville and that the first couny- - The funeral services were number ot memoers aiier iue lainatur is organization is one of week. on the isthmus. work. The banquet In honor oi tne new business. ducted by Elder E. 0. McDougle and lest best the This college ever o clock by mT her was snread at interment was in the Old Viney Fork the on the programhas everyhad. It Going Now. gas. Its cheaper Joelmd was the feature tenthe evening's was session at Cook with of burying ground. and received much favorable comment program. There are otner applications The now owners of the Richmond from the press. Good Program. now in, which will bring out another Steam Laundry started tho machinery Mrs. I. N. Douglas, widow of the late clash before long. During the term of has be at the opera offlquhe past year of i.xaUed uuier lust Monday and this institution manage- I. N, Douglas, died at the home of her Thflnast unqer new daughter, Mrs. J. S. Griggs, March 14, house have hrought some excellent at- Rob 3i tTerriil, the lodge nas tasen on gun business again bright pnspects. The tractions and the patronage has be'en new) Hie ana many new uiumuma u.p ment and with managers, me aiessrs. aged 67 years. Funeral services were Manager Baxter been added, mostly of the younger men. uwners and conauctea oy nev. j. iuuu ui mu increased greatly. Tharp, are live, energetic young men church at Newby, after which the renlnlms that the attendance has been They and are hustling for the business. mains were laid to rest by the side of growing .steadily, until now it is a ca bad a good supply of work for the Mon- her husband in the Richmond cemeEggslEggs! pacity Douse most every mguu day wash. tery. As to the life and character of Saturday was one oi the biggest egg tho good womart It is well known to the It's Time. m marketing deys in many years In this Sold It Here. community In which she lived. In early markets AeenrHinP to the old CUStOm and "One city' The local commission Jnmns Witt, of Irvine, was here last womanhood sne joined tne. varisiiaa purchased office business that has worked well for generations, on didji land duck eggs and and egg. in iViday with one of the best crops of to- church at Flat Woods, In thi5county, goose St. Patrick's ay, tho 17th of Marti, is henfesrus. bacco grown in Estill coanty this year. and until her death lived a true Chris the time to plant irisn potatoes, juany largB quantities. Stone Norman, the Mr. Witt is a prominent resident of the tian life. She was a kind . and falthiui Mala street commisaiuu mm, wua.. Cow Creek section, one of the most sub- wife and mother. Seven children sur successful gardeners follow this rule. OOOlaoien dozon goose eggs mat, iow m. u It is safe to say tnougn crop of potatoes anq&DOUl hen eggs, 20 uuuiuw u i.w stantial of Estill county, and he says vive lier, five som and two daughters, tne same planted their county are beginning all of this county. vAL He declares it is the biggest lot that farmers in that part for 1911 last Friday. Jana win has ever pur to real ze that Estill county They will Low Heel strap slippers in suede and of duck and goose eggs he flno . ouu rrow mncnburlev - tobacco. vda titan patent for growing girls. t iV.!. Best Northern seed oats 45 cents per chased In one aay, ana ins iui uuu larger utuM iuio than he has irv n has! furnished more of them busheL Cut Rate Grocery btores. Rice & Arnold. Manv crons from that section owoirirnnum. Oott Bros, also made rec-- ikst. winreport it one have sold on the local breaks this ordlbreaking receipts and Opening. top prices. Meets Here In April. of tiie best days in the history of-- their ter for nr .vwHallv reouest vour presence at buahess. This arm nas snippen The Presbytery of Transylvanlal con J2 tr. V. fichmidt will have her usual dis- our Spring Miuinery vpemog xunuw. twdfmlllion eggs to eastein markets tnls nln.v of nattern hats on March 23rd and venes In the First irasoywrian cnurcn zi nf this cltv tho seeond week in AnrlL wiaier. .uth nail and inspect them. i1in ertraordinarv strength and there will be special addresses and Strap Suede Slippers S3.50. by wo sermons two or more times each day All This Week. of the Richmond MiUinery Company ac Arnoia. Rice throughout the week. A complete pro showing Fisk, Gage and Edison Keith Busy Boe Cash Store will have on gram will be issued In a few days. ....llnnt anWUl11l. The Hats, besiues our own cciimv u..v ;uniav nil this week, beginning Tues - Atnone the speakers Invited here for Flexible Frame. Flexible Fore truck. Interlocking Hubs, Sealiepeet Blades ny wra. tlons, a'sc Bad General. every day, March 21, new goods in QUI PI de- hi the following: Rev. .r "v.! Double Levers, Hard Wood Bearings, Steel Stasdarde, DeuMe Brace Gnuse Do not iaii to yisiw faro BOUBtV fBCrS partment ox mo nip owi. l.t ThumrlaV fllaV Rev. Dr. Henrv f ment. T)l.limnni1 VitllfierV Co. The forward sections cut the frrounn &ad throw it outward. The rear seotlona work tCajtli tn tha Ulchmond iU. GeTal klllinjr of McKee Block. v 3rv,n PhArrd with th to Its original position. The greue4 Ulevekd and pul?erizeaad left, ki ferfeet coedKie fee in the silk .department. All the nvnr-thbb ft fl1d with an hareiial DosblaT Disc dsea as nfoch work aa twiee over with a l WO ah. and a 2 an named Meridithweekswife in that new Dress Goods and Trimmings to Tinniln? flraan: Rev. Dr. Hinitt. ot Dan TH8 HF0 Aa &?dry Die, Wmmm af- .Kmi't thrM more thoroughly. Tse time and expease et disklaf tewtoeed oee-haAssigns. villa; Col. Beenett H. Yohwt. ot Louls--ti wiU.be out on display. The inew-e- st DoeMe Dice at the iimi wifc ae ,Mt match seven feet cut is geaerally used with three horses. Aa Imperial cdjers found him at Wincbwwr. wid Oiiitf Justice J. P. Hobeon, ot a OaMmrrf. the well known mer-- inSBse is the feeiinf ww and largest variety of petty nash Vrnkfnrt.and Rev. Dr. F W.WlllkiHisr qulree four. The aavta ot horse power i saeeaailkfcetl: First, by the term ot tfce wmMm. ., , . " . rr eountv. feltowtag the etaer, wearine smm mm m ever shown in the city can be rtfahvMle- - Tha latter speaker will Goods end attached to aad action of tha two r IKMIIB Lll.U I. W w novelty stuff. power of two. separate harrows of awhnusent last- week to- .ui.-u-t hA tu takMi back tbera, Jatwr mm a this display ot fitad & Oliver an illustrated lecture on hi trip . .L .1 t il.. Ouc mw tailor mad Suits for Ladle, around the world, viaitinij miaetoB sU OSAImktL C ChtatulL HU mmi- '"II""tfUUB y ' Jt iL . Jllll tai!wa Sfclm, new Coats and be tlQO.1 ia all feada. ready-t- e wear for ladies will W1SL TWT guilty oC tytMaF iWmt ftv mUOaeen mm XWert are Pfa uBfomHMila failure seems oo diaffeyv Oeme and see tfc up-toer- a mt .Lew Caafe Hweud to be in attend inoe- - for thie 01 state at frta ttmit of a ntU&i 0s eeydiatiy vte. MM, Mi ua4y. AiU aod teat tone mmigk OOxtfi-- AOO. W. mi Richmond Pearson llobson. the hero of the Merrimac, whose deed of valor was greatly responsible for the capturing of the Spanish fleet in the harbor of Santiago, delighted a representative audience in this city last Tuesday even- mg at the .Normal bcnool chapel, sit. Hobson has been a representative in Congress from Alabama for several years His subject last Tuesday evening was "The Great Destroyer" in which be brought out the terrible evils of alchol-lsand recited facts about conditions In this county that were truly marvelous to his attentive listeners, tie is not an orator, but a plain talker, with a convincing style that holds the attention of his audiences closely. His daring feat during the Spanish Amer can war is well remembered by every true American: how he conceived the plan whereby with another naval officer he drove the Merrimac, an American collier, into the channel of Santiago bay and by dynamiting the boat, thus blocked up all means of escape for the Spanish fleet; how he was captured and taken prisoner by tho enemy and held in a dungeon until released after the Spanish surrender. That deed caused injuries to his eyes, which is plainly discernm New Engine. ery and the heavy rush of business of late,, the Climax has been compelled to put la a new gasoline engino of greater horsit power, which was secured from Mr. Den Hurst, tile expert on gasoline engines. . On account of installing now machin- WALL PAPER CLEARANCE SALE Remnants and Room Lots original price. During the month of March we will offer Room Lots and Remnants at h to one-haone-fourt- Westward, Ho! Frank Smith and Jesse Dykes, two young gentlemen of this city, who are anxious to see if the West is really what has been said about it. left Sunday for Torrinston, Wyoming, where they have taken positions on a big ranch. There are Inany Madison county people in that vicinity of Wyoming, and they will receive a cordial greeting. May Run. After an illness of several weeks dura tion, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller passed away at her home near Waco last Thursday morning. Deceased was in the seventy-fir- st year of her ago and had lived all of her life in Madison county, where her father, the late Wilson Brcaddus, was a pioneer citizen. Always a devout Chris tian woman, a member or tne uaptisi church since childhood, her life was filled with charitable acts and kindly deeds, leaving behind it fragrant memories arid tho legacy of a loving mother, faithful wife and a devoted friend. Mrs. Miller was twice married, her first hus band being John Rayburn, and two chil dren were born to this union, both of whom, with the father, have passed in to the great beyond. Besides her husband, james C. Miller, to whom she was married in 18C9, she is survived by four children, Mrs. W. E. Blanton, Mrs. W. P. Gilkeson, of this county, James Miller, of Wilbur, Washington, and Miss One Kate Miller, also of this county. brother survives, George Broaddus, of Richmond. The funeral services were conducted last Friday at the home by Rev. E. H. Burnam, assisted by Elder A. J. Tribble, and the remains were laid to rest in the old family buryl g ground now situated on the farm of George Bal- - lf to the size of your rooms and take tage of these unheard of bargains. Don't Fail VVIllcjiricj There to Paint ts-- y. H. L. PHONE75 Perry ST MAIN two-wee- The Imperial Double Disc Harrtfw a? - jw ,m; t'e'" - "inJ nri-asie- in nkd n a4 t Hatl-RiuEtt- hu-row- dd - iaiaatty It bbea W ia m -- Douglas. Simnwfls & Deatteraje & IfD 1 m Maccy to-Lca- FzcfeJ. Pz p& r in a on Good Farni, 'Lands. The Northwestern Mntoal Lite lands on Mortgage. Apply io J. C. Ohenanlt. Atty. C-- if; ; In- - SURVEYOR sar-vic- fhiy 9p r. Out Fury Frpm Yongim solicage of those its patronneeding of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. ' la EichmoudKy. James & Htmley "Will h .Til. buy or sellyour bouse, Farm We have just received our last car of f .rm town lots or any thing Implements jelse in tht Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to ibtm will be promptly and T. R Pennington carefully attended, to. Set-'hiDentist. Genuine Walking Brown Utiitivafcors, J. I. Cate Riding Cuif his services are need ltivators, J. L Case and Blaek Hawk Crn Blanters, Tornado OStaMiaxt door to Govcrr.moni bulli ed. ; RTonmeuarKy. jmd Bell view Double and Single Dine Harrows, t. H. C Ha ing We represent iron boun re- Presses, Deering M wen, Binders and Rakes, and JStude-'bakInsurance Companies ivuui. .. JJUggs mnmber this "Wagons. Call and look thse over before buying. up-fcc-da- te Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows - - er lru R- v-- Dentist i D. B. Shackelford & Co. Telephone 33 .Consign Your Live stock OJBire il) Oldhatu fiu.. TO Emmett Million Hacccoro -- C C. Seal& Co Union Stock Yards . f .If DENTIST Trust k)rapauj ittrt t tf Bunk & TKLihPMONB Kurjnn & Drnnj Cuicjaeati, 0. il My 1 And receive the highost market price-- as wo are the largest order buyers ou rry M Blanion 4f OtGf thcCincinnati market. Wall Paper Stock r LiiNTlST oct 3mo W. 5. NORRI5 can furnish anything in this, We line. Also Paint of the highest quality. guarantee to please the most fastidious people is complete and ::::::: I H. PATRICK IDENTIST Specially. J. T. FBBRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work Office in Hank Building. rjntll comparatiTelr recent time no sclintist ever thought of questioning th existence of this most formidable of peasts. Tho annals of Winchester fo: ?177 gniTly state that "In JhW yeiir aragons were seen of many m EuBland.' tpesner, professor of natural history at Zurich, gave a detail ed description of the dragon, while AJjlrcvnndus In his "History of and Dragons," published In 1040. demoted fifty pages to the monster. h good specimen of a .dragon would seian to bare been a beast about tne size of a sheep, lncagod In. a coat of settles which shone like silver. Its ba,;k was serrated lice a saw. It a long tall, a pair of batlike wines, four heavily clawed feet and a 'wolvlno head, the Jaws of which Iwjro .armed with very formidable tooth. The tongue was barbed wltn tlr. and fury Issued from the monster's mouth, and the bead bora a criist. Dragons were the most wrcked add vindicative of creatures. They sejim always to have been in a tow-- , enng rage and spent the greater, portion, of their time in rushing up and dqwn the earth destroying everything that came In their path. irhe origin of dragons was a disputed point among medieval naturalists. Sme maintained, that these animals wire generated by the beat of India, ojners were of opinion that the volcanoes of Ethiopia used' to belch forth the monsters. . One scientist, John Leo by name,, declared the dragon to be a hybrid, a cross between an eagle and a'tvolf. ! , j Ser-peji- ts pos-sejis- ed BitrM With Flams. Ilraffons were lmnortant animals in ailkent and medieval natural history. This is the trade- SPRING SHQWIN speed the partinr winter turn to make our bow to and spring, embodying amon other uew thinjrs the latest ideas in "We mark which is found on every bottle. of the genuine Scott's Emulsion: the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of" the world. Nothing equals it to build up the weak and wasted bodies young and old. FOR 6ALii BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send 10c, same of paper and this ad. for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-BooEach bank contains a Good Luck Fenny. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St.. N. Y. evolution of Ments Suit, Styles This year we've struck out. and away from the beaten trai-K- , and have dibtaneed all our past accomplishments. All lines making up the of New Spring Styles combine to spell "grace?1 From now on we'lL present from time to time tne spring styles for men, which it will pay you to looic over, n mqu re at all interested in good clothes Watch Qur Window Display they last "Winter weight Suits and Overcoats CHANGED He Guested HIS OPINION. a Richmond, Ky Ai nouncements FOR SHERIFF We tire authorized to announce ELMER DEATHERAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to Ute action of Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN E. isAL.UWliN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad Don county, subject to the action of the Ueroocrnuc party. "We ore authorized to announce N. .B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. "We lire authorized to announce II. II. COLYERn candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, pubject to the action of the .Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We nre authorized to announce BENJA MIN V. EDwAKDS. acanilldate for Sn nerintendent of Public Schools of Madison county. Subject to the action of the Demo A PUZZLED ALL AROUND. GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House W. L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky . Watch Repairing is a sjMMHaky to whiob we give speetal atteaUea. No ib alter how awk or bow little tke watoh is defective or damaged we take particular pride is Mtg the werk so the timepiece vrW be as geed as or Setter than K whea bow. We de jewelry repairing and romodjlng to the sasae my Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Dikoasos of EYE. EAR. NOSE and THROAT Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky cratic party. FOR JAILER Ip!! 'oiiso. .hi Main street We nre authorized toaunounce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Joilerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Test us with some piece you cannot now use Dr. G . H. Majihart Oraduau MiKl.lIpp Vete.lni. o Chlcagi . Ill I'ege MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER Veterinary Surgeon Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Office Phone 09 i m Richmond, Ky KENTUCKY Res. Phono 532 J FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W. F. lAKMAX a candidate Tor Assessor of Mad. ison county, subject to" the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK "W nre authorized to announce LnT?ne C. House n candidate for County Clerk of Madisoncou nty. subject to the action of Democratic party FOR SALE nanwood. New residence in Bur J. Stone. tf RICHMOND. Rett. E. Borsam BobC'R. Dormm, Jr. The wiso man carries both lifo and Dan H. Breck has Let In Burnamwood 70x170 feet. fire insurance. tR. K. STONE Apply tf he best police. . -f 'For Sale " Russian's First Encounter With English In London. A Russian tells, a funny story of his. Bjst encounter with tne English language. The day after his arrival In London bo. made a call on a friend In Park lane and on leaving Inscribed In bis notebook what he supposed to be the correct address. The next day, desiring to go to the ' stime. place again, be called a cabman aiid pointed to the address that he bad written down. The cabman looked him over, cracked his whip and drove away without him. This experience being repeated with two or three other cabmen, the Russian turned Indignantly to the police, with no better results. One officer would laugh, another would tap his h;ad and make a motion Imitating the revolution of a wheel, and so on. Finally the poor foreigner gave It up and with a great deal of difficulty, rivalling the landmarks which he had observed the day before, found his way to his friend's house. Arrived there aad In company with one who could understand him, he delivered himself of a severe condemnation of the cabmen and the police of London for their Impertinence and discourtesy. His friend asked for a look at tho mirth provoking address and the mys-tiir- y was solved. This was the entry: "Ring the Bell." The Russian had with great care copied, character for character, the legend on the gatepost, supposing that It Indicated tho house and street Fear-sin's. Four Time Before Properly Labeled the Crowd. At a banquet attended by nearly 300 members of a fraternal order In ono of the large cities not long ago, given In honor of a citizen who had been elected president of the order, tho orchestra, after playing several selections, struck up "Wearing of the Green." Apparently everybody present began to sing It, almost drowning out the instruments. "It's easy to see," remarked one of the guests, "that this . Is an Irish crowd.1 Presently the orchestra began tho well known strains of "Die Wacht am Rheln," and' the audience sang It en masse. "I see I was wrong," said the guest "This Is a German crowd." A few minutes later the musicians started up "Dixie." There was the usual clapping of bands, and everybody present turned his voice loose. "Again I was wrong," he said. "This Is a southern crowd." At last the orchestra began to 'play "ily Country, TIs of Thee." . It Is scarcely necessary to say that everybody stood up and sang with all his might. "I take it all back," 6ald the guest "This Is an American crowd." Yet be was right In one sense, In all four of his guesses. Yes, this is. a wonderful country. Youth's Com: panlpn. MALADIES OF METALS. Xhie J. 5. 5TANIFER, Proprietor REG. NO. 1- Home of Good Glothcs Phone 675 Royal & Co at half price while Becker. Mayer Chicago Corner Main and Second LORD RIOM 52777 -2 Mile Track, Race Record Over in winning race, Knoxville, Tenn 2203-4- , beating 14 starters., Second day after! race worked a mile in 2:14 1-2. Rion Lord 2:20 34 Record C years e)d, beauiifit Uwo-wfci- SMbofMy bay. Sired by the Great Arion 2:07 4; feet, 18 banefe high, perfect star, disposition a kidy can drive hi, anywhere; has the finish of a saddftt hers. WHY YOU SHOULD BREED TO LORD RION Hois the only horse that stood for service in this county that was strati by ahorssthat sold for $126,000 ami the etaMpfon torse of the world, aad ha bee for IS years, ana ' his record slnwls today. LORD RION made his record I km fall without any praparattNi whatever. Started him in 10 rasas, won 9. 3nd in th other He is the best bred, has feokintr aAd the fastest trettins italHek Umt ever maule a season here. MONEY DUB wtwa fact is atcwtainetl or mare pactsd wM. Lisa reuhMd on colt for serv lea. Km re is for accidents af MejatMs. sold as a for S125.000.00. urnam s Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented ' LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY that does not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. there is no family It may be taken for granted that FIRE, TORNADO;Bond Accident and - A hvurance All Forms .Office in Douglas s' v. Building Second Floor GAIX AND SEE THEM TELEPHONE 707 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have scores of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like Air. C K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House. Pine Bluff, Ark, and Mr. George .B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to men- lavortie aruggisc For the free sample address' Dr. W. tion. The reason they prefer Syrup Pep- - B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, ein is that it is a mild, gentle laxa Monticeiio, hi. that does not crioe effec tive and yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients invig orate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturally. If you have been a victim of salts. puis and strong cathartics you will discard tnem wncn you once use Syrup Pepsin. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar hottle of any druggist, but before doing so you may want to try it tree, it so, send your address to JJr. Caldwell and he will promptly for ward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doing and buy it in the regular way of your tive-ton- ic The Worth While Person. Certain qualities go to the making qf any human being whom other human beings esteem. Certain ingredients are as necessary to a man as flour and yeast to bread or iron and carbon to steel. You cannot make tbem any other way. There is a combination of steadiness of purpose, breadth of mind, kindliness, wholesome common sense. Justice, perhaps a flash of humor, certainly a capacity for. the task In hand that produces a worth vblle person. The combination occurs Ii every rank in life. You find It as often In the kitchen as In the parlor; cftener, perhaps. In the field than In the office. The people who are so composed have spiritual length, breadth, thickness; they are people of three dimensions. Everybody feels alike about them. Atlantic Curious Contagious Disease That Attacks Tin, Brat and Lead. The alleged contagious diseases of metals Is a topic that has been mentioned from time to time, but shall be mentioned again because it tends to promote uniformity In our views of mineral life and other kinds of life and to discredit the fashion of regarding anything In nature as dead and mam WilLlIake the Season of 1911 at My Stable, Corner, of First and Water Streets, at Woman's Beauty Some women retain tlieir beauty to an advanced age. JBut women, who regularly endure pain, age rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them. Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be nesrlected. Avoid the pain treat yourself at home by taking varaui, as tnousanas or other women have done. .Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. for you family as a city re Karme': Alake your home & r market quotations tne ami pi ee vou'8 I' in h potion t I'M hii imifi-- h d hi m hii- - of our 'Plephnne service, wb f it..e I) ' g h "uh v1 "mp i i wi'h 'h- - bn 'i h o IteKdquirter ,- , i i'l ho'I u r u oiBrt Oa i ah e t i .n .i .y our special 'Fatmers' Line i iiMt ti t. ,r .on .. ioi ij t iuir '(iiliiiii. al'ViP.1. w can imrnodiatpK If i Teniiessee. Missi-si'Pnver in S uio- - ) i u.. On ut am) Illinois p irtiou m lou ifi'ia hu-- I Mr c-- Rural Telephones ' ' lat ih-n- .'ki ; ln-tix- SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO.. Incorporated What About That Leaky Roof..... We have a big lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Yellow Pine CARD III It Wfll Help You T 1 . Shingles Yours for a 5quare Deal j ! Mrs. Katie Bnrliison. Gorerille. I1L. tried Cardui Buffered with female troubles, and was so sick I could not 6tand ozrxny feet Finally I besran to take Cardui. and soon Wan tn mend. .JTow I am able to do all my housework and am in much ' Better neaitn than '1 was before." Try anton Congleton Lumber Co. Incordorated Successors to Ed. Blanton & Co. it AT ALL DRUG STORES In a lecture before the Societe de Chlmle Physique at Paris a professor spoke of the fact that tin when exposed to a temperature below tho freezing point of mercury shows a kind of eruption of pustules In which the metal loses Its ordinary shining surface, becomes gray and on being cut with a saw either falls to powder or breaks up Into a bundle of fibers. This affection Is capable of being communicated by contact 'or the application of a few grains of the powder to the surface of a block of perfectly sound tin brings about its transformation in a few days. In another transmlttable disease of tin the structure of the metal .13 changed and becomes crystalline. This disease has a special tendency to attack joints, which have been soldered, but It attacks brass and lead as welL The Primitive Man. Metals do seem more alive and or'Jones Ii so dreadfully primitive!" ganized than tho earthy minerals. "What's his latest?' "Why, we were at tho opera housp Century Path. (be other night, and a stage band re- moved a table, and Jones yelled "Supe, Punished For Looking Healthy. tupe!" We were dreadfully mortl-iledIn the days of the Puritans the stocks were not unknown as a penalty lor look"I was at a dinner the other night, ing too healthy. Ruddiness of complexuad Jones sat nest to me. When he ion was a crime when a gaunt visage law the row of spoons and forks and was regarded as an outward sign of Imives beside bis plate be beckoned to sanctity. Dr. Echard, writing In the the waiter. 'Say, boy," be hoarsely early . eighteenth century, remarks: muttered, 'I guess you .spilled the "Then It was they would scarcely let ipoon holderl'" a round faced man go to heaven. If "Well, it's'lucky he's rich." be had but a little blood in bis cheeks "Ain't it?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. his condition was accounted dangerous, and I will assure you a very honest man of sanguine complexion If be The Cuckoo. In the middle ages the cuckoo waa chanced to come nigh an official zealot's thought to be a god who took the form bouse might be set In the stocks only (if a bird, and It was a sacrilege to for looking fresh on a frosty morning." Few of the January faces to be seen JcllI him. The Romans were less superi!titiou3 and more practical. They in a London street, however, would run iaugbt him, killed him and ate him any risk of drawing down this penalty. London Chronicle. and. held no bird could be compared frith him for sweetness of flesh. Murder as a. Fine Art It has been popularly supposed that His Mean Comment. Napoleon "In threo months from now," said responsiblewas directly and Indirectly for more deaths than any )be man cheerfully, T expect to own one else of modern times. But that jny own home." estlmato must be revised ' "How long." Inquired his cynical ment of Miss Southey- - In if the state"Storm and JWend, "Is your wife expecting to bo Sunshine In South Africa" Is to be uway?" Cleveland Plalu Dealer. accepted about tho great Zulu king Tshaka, a contemporary of Napoleon, Thero Is no greater mistake in the who "Is believed to have accounted, rorId than being discontented. W. E, for the lives of over a million of his Morris. fellow creatures." There still existed at the time Miss Southey's visit Dandruff and Itching Scalp very bid lady.ofwho had known the desa pot and had many reminiscences of j Yield to This Treatment. . him. ." - Inert utile $25 To Insure living Colt ROBT. WALKER. Robt. Walker, Richmond Kentucky Eggs For Sale I have for sale Brown Leghorn and. Barred Elympunth Rock eggs. Setting jaeggs, 81. Also few pairs beautiful and popular African geese, S10 por 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. ' Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Spring ror our spring traaet or tne Neutralize and remove the poisons Allpersoits desiring either that cause baokache, rheumatism, purchase land or other vousness and all kidney and bladder raatalsof mbm will tina irregularities, xney build up ami reetor interest to pbtethe same x ,. the natural action of the vital organs. am a menttr of lb National ( Sold by Stockton & Son. tive Uefthy . Oe.of Walm..' the Toilet Articles and Extracts agents Utraujehaut Also Unit.,! JlexfeoTattA Cttha. mv sc. 1 am representing tho France-Ameri- auctioneer BMVhoaoeured b can Hygienic Company and am pre- - me at my reoMMo,-No- . 2Xi T - s , pared to furnish the highest grade of Riohmomi, Ky. S. E J - f22-t- f toilet articles and extracts. ' J Mrs. Bettie Templem-p- , No. 200 Third St. .'Gook with gas. Its ch. aiX .". Richmond, Ky. pri.-make Real Estate. is Here And house cleaning will sbonbe 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 WALL PAPER patterns. We call attention to this, our main line, and ask that you see our beautiful samples betore. purchasing. I hey 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 Qur exclusive samples and make estimates. We also have a few remnants to close out regardless of cost up-to-date . most Near L & A. Depot Telephone. 425 hi If You Wan.t "Good Things to Eat!' cacy, lite imported cheese, wc have it, end in s quality absolutely dependable. Jnost stand rigid examination. Each article is chosen from raany brands offered, because It has proved The Best Price Thaf all we carry. Whether in a like sugar, or a fancy table deli. To i for your' Every product that enter this- a tore bring it to tlie s Its superior merit. Each brand competes for preference, Cttios P'ce on our shelves U it 1?e to measure up to our hieh fails standard of quality. One of the recent snccetsf nt contest-ca- u for representation In our line is . Richmond Tobacco Watehouse Near ELECTA COFFEE ef selected, fctghlaad grown Why experiment trying to drive the (landrulf irerm from underneath tho jkin with greasy lotions or fancy hairtiressing when H. L. Perry, Drug Store jrill guarantee ZESIO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid' the scalp of tho germ lif e that causes tho trouble. ZESIO and ZE1IO SOAP can boobtain.- d in any. city or town in Amerjca and jo recognized the best and most ecoq imical treatment for all effectionsof he skin and scalp whether on infant or rown persons. Ono shampoo with EMO SOAP and application of ZEMO rilLstop itching and cleanse, the scalp 1 aranquir ana scurr, , We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMQ .OAPand.if not. entirely satisfied, fill refund your money. . ,. Call on, Coy.ipgton & TJiorpo. for .gro. I - note of, propriety Is reached. The noble lord's young nephew, seeing him annoyed at; a railway station at having no servant at hand to st bis newspapers, ran posthaste, and, procured them. Lord Mansfield .showed no gratitude whatever. "Edward," was all ho would say, "recollect, Edward, that a gentleman ehould never hurry himself In public" In Mrs. Watford's story of Lord Mansfield in her book entitled "Recollections of a Scottish Novelist" the top "Noblesse Oblige." "I am working my way through, lege,. Easy Money, col- Our. stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters Supplies is complete, Mr., Calvin Dozier, the expert painter and decorator, is in charge of our painting department Painting and Decorating eeries.u,YouwjUsaveJO,a Collar.--. "Brave glrll How do you earn money "Well, father, gives me JlQ.for lesson 1 don't. UakefcrLouis-vlll- e r. every-singin- Qlauss We carry a large-lin,.: e and Queensware and Framfna v " "It Courier-Journa- l. L & N. Derxt hrax Hie" . jComojto HIa Doctor-Naw..nu- The Electa procen of stow -cooklag and 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. . asd improves It. Koeta CaCee are sure of the fiaest quality e satiiiUctlon that io luelf would make Electa wartli more flavor QwejHMcKg&i JKichmonil yvfor dry gcsndnoUans.1Otheri o" and why not you. ti rse, Oh, doctor, do leave me eoB&etbisg to My.sTstesa. Baltimore Aawrlcan. s i tempera tHP.. Patient (febly) rrtt.take bargaia-prices-- ; Many things, in this department for the home at real of Glass and. Qucensware and a mammoth lot th: pa,-ti-e- af FocSak.. I have a splendid carriage Xor said; ixewster, in fine condition, it is a a dejf got wagon,, carry four or ftve people. Is kj w,bohsumm and wjaer.sid? drsj .no.niKuwHwu., i man eucr coueei. coaBcre it with efore. "YoaTl ' ur lite tW 5 ever drank xeostsg aWTor Nat Like a Bfcy. Mrs. Benhata Atlas supported, the Benhaw-Th- at's Jill right; He bf vei to walk tb .ftqoc w jtk. tt rt. Our picture framing department has grown to such proportions during the test feWmonths that we have decided to enlarge this department and make i tiV: B.'B. Million, W. MJones and B. P. Black coraiantiy tn attendance and see that All old interests am cat6fu4Kr-W- - Tat e and S timers inlhetobo buiines. Ttlepnor 35 on i .awe. Kve a set., errM.lwHw..aBsi a Brw.uwaH ewWek'I will ni1 . V - . . iwjwnafc; aiiyiiiuig ill uiw ' "I suffered habitually frosa iaPff i - Doin's , Kegulets aa4 rtmtrkjwaed the bowei,. , tfcA timj harVefcMtt regular ever sirt.."-S. A. rar4 eonstlpa-t- Juett & Tmm WkmtPsek. Dehors Rkhmond,iKy n