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I RICHMOND CLIMAX j . 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 191 good work is an up tq date f.ne and get an uptodate paper hanger 3. he Risrht Way. to get o buy your paper from 1 NUMBER 41 r ii'1 WALL PAPER For the Best Grade of Seed Oats See Ftw tz w. P. BAXTER tlo Herndon as The Wroofr Way is to buy forgover5 - a- lot of old stock and'get anybody to hang it you. Phone-- WAJbL PAPER i ; Hair Health If You Have Scalp or Hair "ills Millikin. a ness," and Miss Mario Louise Kellogg AS "Florence, a child of twelve." Tho Pattio A. Clay Infirmary shared in the receipts, which proved a neat sum Trouble, Take Advantage of " This Offer. I mHHjHH ii! HaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHiililn for this worthy institution. lis True. L. K.. T EL, PAY Blanton EPHONE 85 SAVE MONEY CASH AND N. V. W H ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Big Spring Line of Wo could not afford to so strongly o Rexall-"03- " Hair Tonic and to soli it as wo do, if it did not o all ro claim it will. Should our enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall "03" Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users, they would lo(.o faith in us and our statements, and n consequence our business prestige woujd " suffer. "We assure you that if your hail is to unnaturally fall out or if ydu have any scalp trouble, Rexall "Hf Hair Tohio will promptly eradicate dandruff, stimulate hair growth aril provenr'prematuro baldness. Our faith in Rexall "03" Hair Ton(: is so strong that wo ask you to try it oci our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded if "wo do not do as wo claim. Two sizes, 50c. and Sold only at our storo Tin) $1.00. Rexall Storo. H. L. Perry. di-dorccli-tinu- IrWP W rHHH iHMaaaaY- liHB Havo you noticed the many different1 horse and jack cards over tho county, tho last two weeks, those attractive ones"Wero printed by tho Climax and theygef the business too. ' If you havo not had your cards printed, come in today and lot tho Job department of tho o employees Climax assist you. expert advertising writers and can assist, you in getting up a neat attractive card. Thls-offlc- V Mi : k it V - Warning Men. Look out for severe and oven damrer-- t ous kidney and bladder trouble result-- , mc Jrom years or rauroauinjr. ueo. jy. Bell, 330 Third Sts., Fort Wayne, Ind., was many years. a conductor on the1 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 kid-- , neys give tne much distress, and tho action of tny 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 m.e completely. Since being cured I hate- - recommended Foleys Kidney PilIs--tmany my railroad frlonds". Sold by Stockton & Son. ' 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. i 5' Be Careful. Richmond people have received tht past week hundreds of circular lettons from a Cincinnati snoo store, caning the fact that their reprcsenta- live will bo hero this week with a f ul line of footwear for ladies and gentle men and orders can be placed for single pairs. Richmond and il&ajson county oeonle should slop and think boforo pur cbasintr shoes from out of town con corns, who contribute nothing toward the upbuilding of this city or county About ono out of every hundred persons may havo causo to purchase footwear in the city, bocauo of a peculiarly shaped foot, but tho local merchant can mako any order that the larger city ones can fill. And besides, tho leading tranas pi shoes arc sold tho same In every town In tho country, as well as the larg,o cities The city spire that takes your order ner.o. does not make the pbp.es to order, but; fills them from tho shelf Just as Jhe Ich cal merchant. You can't buy a $5,00, S4.00 or $3.00 shoe of any reputably make, in Cincinnati, ono cent cheaper1 than right here, because the manufac- urcrs control tho prices; and you must remember that tho express is charged to you, which is always twenty-hv-e cents and many times thirty-five. BuyVictroIa. - Dry Goods " Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. Some beaiiti f u wash fabrics for spring and summer. 1 nON. THOS. S. RHEA. In this issue Thos. S. Rhea, of Logan county, formally announces his candidacy for tho Democratic nomination for State Treasurer in tho primary election to be held July 1, 11)11. Mr. Rhea is ono of the leading and most successful youpg business men of Southern Kentucky aiid is vice president and manager of (lie Bank of Rusiejl-villHe Is thoroughly equipped foF tho public service and Is a man of ability, onorgy and resourceful In emergency. Mr. Rhea Is ono of tho best known Rus-selvill- o, o. Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, Voilles, etc te smart from up-to-da- :::::: We Sell May Manton French Lawns, in a wide variety of pieces to choose Crowded House. N. V. WHITE Main Street, below First RICHMOND The dramatic class at the Madison Institute was greeted with a crowded house Jast Thursday evening to witness poinedy, "The Man in'tho tho jhrep-ac- t Caso," given by these very talpnteq young ladies, and after each act thorp vory Tho was hearty applause excellent training of these young actress, who es is assigned to Miss Moore, brought out a wonderful display of talent, and much honor is duo this gifted In handling the differed t lyith mon instructor. Lost Plain gold seal ring is due each ogram initial "B." Reward if returned parts especial mention cast, for npt pno xras momberof tho at once to this office. 40-2- and most popular young Democrats in tho state, and has been a hard worker for his parry irt every contest since ho He served four reached his majority. years as Sheriff of Logan county to tho satisfaction of all the . people of tho county. He is a brother of tlrt Hon. John S. Rhea. Iron) tho. Third s District. Jn Uio ppinion of no man could bo nominated who would Richmond's Enemy. add greater strongth to tho tioUot at the & Co,, tho big mall final election. Mr. Rhea will at onca order house of Chicago, declared 33 begin an active, canvass of the estate. per cent dividend on .its' capital stock a few days ago. Thousands of dollars go guilty of losing her lines for a' moment out of Madison county each year to this or repeat'-ng-, a fault that is so often no- mammoth concern, and they attribute ticeable in amateur performances, and their Wonderful success to persistent adoften with tho trained actors. "The play vertising'. An attractive cataloguo s is such that it requires strong acting' to placed in the hands of tho peoplo and luring out the littjo. comedy it contains, shrewd advertising writors weave such but-i- t was put on Thursday evenjng a bargins around . different articles that perfect as an amatfiur cast gpqd dp l tfie unsu,sppctiqg on.es ara mado to beand refleots groat credit on the school, lieve that the local merchant is chargas well as tho members andMiss'Mooret ing exhorbltant prices, when, with, a. little As a preliminary, a mlnuc& waf investiga.tiqn. H isfan inferior quality. tho freight or oxpress charges aro danced by olght young ladles of tho in- And seldom thought of untill to late. Trado stitute, which was well received, and a at homo if you must spend a few more ono act comedietta, entitled, "A Backdollars, it'll return to you. Cheap goods ward Child," was rendered by Miss Bet- - aro cheap at any price. k, 8ears-Roebn1- -3 Tho Elk lodge has just Installed one of the latost models of the Victrola talking machine and has also purchased records by tho leadingslngors of tho day in all Grand opera selections, together with the very latest band pieces. It is one otthe best things ever purchased by the lodgo for tho exclusive pleasure of its members and grand opera singors suclr, as Caruso, Scottl, Schuman-HeinEames, Tetrazzinni, Homer, Molba are now heard each nigfit in a repertoire of bcatitiful selections. Will make you wonder why you cling to that , unsanitary htk i mattress. If you knew as mu. h about them as we do. or course you woo! buy Stearns & Foster. ' FOUR ORADES OF SUPERIORTi Y lun-jry- SHARKS & F0STI1 JMTTftESS ? f cor Windsor t t , $10.50 13.50 Lcaos StvJo A ...... fr'OC j OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. 229 K. O. L. If you have trouble in getting rW of Cook with gas. Its cheaper your cold you may know that you aro not treating it properly. There te no The most cam m on oshh e insomnia reason why a cold should lin? or for is disorder of tise stecaaeh. Cbamber. weeks and it will not if you tatfe Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. For sale by Ikn'sSleflsaoli and Liver Tsbtets oerrect these disorders and emtble yon & sleep. Stockton & Son. For sale by StoektoH & Soa. Conting ntxt week, "The Man m the Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. Caso" opera house Thursday March 28rd. I have for sale ia any quantity ThompFeol langujd, weak Head- son's strain Barred Plymouth Rock ache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case eggs, priee 31. for 15 eggs. Estimates of lazy liver. Burnock Blood Bitters f urniebed for lets of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller, tones livorand stomach, promotes diges (Ion, purifies the blood. meh Richmond, Ky. run-daw- Mrs. Maude Mackey Dressing Parlor. Walk-er'sHa- ir Come in and bar your hair iftimtii in the Boweet siyl. btwMt ami pnifi made to onler. Bniot inlir . lo Mitral eolar. Higawt rieac p...i :or 's BomhmgfT. Two Hoots oot 9eck drM store, on Mte street. OMov we 6 Xo 55. rooid once 308. Whoa you have rnownMism is vour foot or instep apply Caama Oram's Um't-meami yoH will got quick oBal out a quarter, why sailer? For sale by Stockton & Son. at We Sell Patterns 10c Each GETTING READY We dise is all a'reVgettiirig' ready Tf or May Manton Patterns JOc Each I 9 the biggest spring business m719we have ever had Our merchan- In it already here, some on the way and we are rushing the remainder. border that we may have plenty of room, we are malahgower' prices than ever on all heavy goods we bought part of -r.- -ave on hand. . 7? Have Yo;u Taken Adyantage of us TOP or If Not, Do It Now - Sefbfe is " -- ; '- - "' . . , . . -, . -- : Jr Jbestvalues are all gone. W e will save you good money. We are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50. to 35.00f forffrpm 7.50 to Ladies Coa :s worth 6.50 to 20.00t for from 3.98 to- J&50 " iMen's Suits and Overcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7;48 to 15l00 iEfie - .j ofr -- wutw wjuiitti wtigiit guvws at. vciy iuw these goods puj;. Gome piiv-c- o ' it. t TT'..: - e 'friean 'tcr close get ayafnj Corner First Ha & T -- Main A. Richmond, Kentucky ii II li II II . - . ii ... . .. - asanmsB KmWU i . m i n W i r mniim ' and other points of interest, where they w . i' mi i ; n i s . i ft i 4r if 2 ' have been spending ten days. They will Col. B. B. Million, of the Richmond occupy n Cottage on Breck Ave, and will I hereby take this means to announce I will be in Richmond Monday, April I go to housekeeping immediately on re Tobacco Warehouse, in an interview to tlie public-anespecially to the 3 (Court Dny) and will pay cash for a - . vlth a representative" of the GJimhX, of Madison that I arii a carjriafl turning. and medium colts. tells some intereslingstorlc ortrftdjpe candidate for the nomination' for Sheriff Respectfully, Dr E. George Payne and wife will leaf season just closedand his experience of this County, subject to the action' of John Williams. come to the Normal school on April 8h reprosaiff with the wide awake-buyerthe Democratic parly. I hereby submit to give aq evening's entertainment. Dr ing tho big manufacturing concerns,' any claim that I may Imvo for said office. Todd Taken. . Payne is well known and a large crowd who ha vev been on the local breakojs. to tho voters for their consideration, tend should groot ltlm. He will be remember Robert Todd, colored, was nabbed by Col. Million says ihore Is not over 1003 feel that tho rotors of "Madison Coucty, Sheriff. McCord, with nine quurts of ed as Director of tho Model school last 000 it is time lbs. of the 1010 Crop left in this" wijl do what thoy think best for whiskey In his possession last Monday year. county. He sjijS "he thought he know! public, anil will elect somo good man and tried jn tho County Court. Ho was Cincinnati Enquirer: The National nil tho tricks npd . rados of tho tobacco chot;o, glvcn'a fine of430. after being prosecutWoman's Suffrage A&sooiation, it was market up until Ihls year, buf has do-- l for.tha position. Should I bo tho their support will bo apprcciaied arid I ed by County Attorney Jackson, who announced horc today, has aceppted the cided that lit) neyar learned one tenth of) will'try ojid do my duty, so that they savs it is tho first case of this kind ever invitation of tljjs Kentucky Equal Rights thorn, after witnessing many wonderful deols-ioSociety, of which Miss Lttura Clay Is t raiisformat Ions since the market aponctt will .never have cause to regret, that tried In flic County Court and tho As to my line they gavo me Is very strong oc in favor of the loPresident, to hold its next annual 'con- hore last November." Mr. Million snysj as a democrat, I refer you to my cal option laws. vention in Louisville, October 1!) to 21, the most wonderful lad for his ago, in" record, e neighbors and the democrats who havo inclusive. the business, is 'John Glonn, thesevon'j always taken an active part in elections. e She Let Go. Littlo Eugenia Elder was the charm- teen year old buyer for the R. J. Jtoy-j-l Respectfully Submitted, Mr. George Phelps, tho well known ing hosted last Friday afternoon at a nolds Co., who tajTamiliarly know on thej Van B.. Benton. will probably be interesting to you tolg-ar- n farmer and expert automobilist had the party to celebrate tho sevonlli anniver- breaks as "Johnny the Kid." This prw loosing his momisfortuniolnst week of sary of her birth. Thirty it her young digy is always explaining to the growers Free Distribution of Seed that our Spring Suits are here plenty of tor on his big Lexington touring car in a friends responded to the invitation atulJ "just why UiQjr crop brought so much '1 Corn. qold weathor tho unusual mannor. Tho them. Good dressers Who aim for exelu-siveneenjoyed a pleasant afternoon. Games and scorns to take delight in answering! I hsvb ordered direot, from tho growers first of the week caused tho water jaok-o- ts were enjoyed and the home was prot-til- y the many questions put to him by thtj Clay County, Missouri, n'quarltity of surrounding tho cylinders to freeze. to Richmond. are invited to inspect our saleotion decorated for the young folks. She owners. One of his cevworkors for thq in pedlgreet (May County whito seed cprn and burst. Tho loss will amount to is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Roynolds people is Mr, Galloway, who will Suive samo in Richmond Aril, about $150. and to of clothes made by the lending tailors, such court duy.' Everyone who Elder. claimed to be lite shrewdest salesman ill gives mo their subscription or renewal colors as Judge nnd Mrs. JC. B. Turpin have re- the sonth. He sold a Richmond mcr-- j to any of my Standard Bred R. I. Reds. will nno nint of this sunerior seed corn Wo now havo stock from somo of the turned from a stay in Florida, lasting eliant who had never handled tobacoa to about tnree months. They brought before. Mr. Million stated that all tliii fre i. Thero arc quite a number of E. T. Blimline's to my various publications bestblood lines in America and aro givMuslin back many curies, ouo of which was a talk about another looso loaf market itt subscription expires m April and ing bettor bargains than ever before in trhwn Tailorpleoe of furniture that had Richmond was idle words. lie said it by teneiving otr that Uai will rcctnve oggs from choice mntlngs' &2 por 15. washed aihore from tho ocean. From could nevor pay, but he is anxious for a! ono pint of this onrn. Get my cheap Free rangj flock Si por 15; Colored MusYork, all Our Lowest 'Our Best the uniqne carving it must have beon of manufacturing plant to locate here. lid clubbjns ounrs on any newspaper or covy duck eggs $1 por 11. Orders taken. : : : : : by magazine you may desire, I can save you for baby great value, probably from tho castle of said ho. was ntond of tho.roeord made chicks, satisfaction guaranteed his house this year of not losing a singlq aionev. T, Phono-Wacsome foreign kingdom bordering on the Mrs R C Coomor t . J. Triable, basketor a pound of tobacco although it great waters. Newspaper and Magazine Agoncy, The models are distinctive and the fabrics Speedwell, Ky i JUchmond, Ky. lit The Elizabethlown Xews says: "The handled about 2.000.000. are unusually attractive. In quality, style, For Rent. engagement of Emerson Gwynno, who ; Colored Teachers One of the most convenient cottages PETTY BROTHERS for the greater part of his lifo was a fit, ffnish and price we were never better in Richmond. Located on Broadway. The regular examination for teacher SAXCY SKBD COnX resident of Lynnhind, this oounty, to desiring to tench, io tho Richmond ool-- i Possession July 1st. See Z. T. Rice. Wt Art Ntt Jebberj la See Corn Miss Eleanor Chanault, of Richmond, able to guarantee satisfaction to the most We Se3 0V Out Owa Riiiinj Ky., is announced. The wedding will ored schools will be held at the sclrooj Benton's Out. IJUBltTY, MISSOURI, Mar. 10, 1011. exacting patron than we are today. Will take-placin June. The news will be building, next Friday'and Saturday, in In this issuo will be found the anMr. T. J. Tribble, tho East End. received with much interest at. Mr. you pay us a visit befbre you form an op'tn nouncement of Mr. Vntr B. Benton, for UTasWngton Richmond, Ky., uwynno ti lormor Iiomc. where he was A Young hiner. the Democratic nomination for Sheriff Garments ion or place your order It is hoped by all the newspapors of a&sociatod with lifs father. Prof. W. B. Dopuly Marshal Mays' of Uncle Sam's Dear Sir;of (hp 1 till, at hand containing of Madison county. Mr. Bonton is woll Yours 1 bushi he Eighth District that Representative G wynne, in the management of Lynn-lanMonoy Ordorior $3.00, ordering known throughout the county, his forco in ihisscction of tho stale, broughf els of our Clay County Whlto'Corn. Wo college." Harvy Helm will do all in his power to lodgcij aro shipping you this corn todny, and friends claim that on account of his Correct A Gentleman's push the Canadian Reciprocity bill .Mr. Clws W '"Jdor, County Clerk of to Richmond last Thursday and keibbes eurt weubut it woll pleased with high pricos to tho farmers for their live that you through the bouse without amondmeui. this county about .eighteen years ago, in jail the youngost moonshhie prisonor hopeFool suro will be be with the re- stock, ho has well Headwear Haberdashery you will it. earned tho title of lie hns over caught in all THE CLIMAX PRINTINO CO changes or deals of any character. Il l and a brother of Mr. S. J. Tudor has re- operations in tho rough his extensive sults you got. "Honest Van." He says his oppononts parts of the The hat that was made totook Hltta seat like the newspapers of the stato turned to his home in Texas aftor a Kontuoky mountains. The lads' name; This has proven to bo ono of tho hfnv- - are all good mon and ho dislikes every Its the tasty finishing' fixings-- ' (Incorporated.) new well on your bead is few touches that gives the iest yielding varieties 01 corn thai is much to defeat thorn, are. not aware of the great benefit to be hasty visit to his mother who is ill at but thinks it is is Gourloy Barkor and he is just past his crown in this country. Whan the ground shapes, new shades, right you'll find to a man's dross Pres. and Mgr. derived from this. It means vhi'eyiapcr home in Jossnmino oounty. Mr. Tudor A. D. Milter Mays say4 is taken sieotl caro of nnd properly culti timoforhim to mako tho race. Ho Is styles at right hore' Nockwonr, Ileadwear, SecV-Treoat jnst half the presont price. News- - has many friends and rolatives in Madi- thirteenth birthday. Deputy W. G. WMt vated, it Is trouble to raise corn that somotimos called "Old Sleepy Van," that from evidonco he hns beon able to Socks, Etc YL Taught Kditer pfos all over the state should urge son who regret that his visit to Kentuoa bushel. Somo men will he is wide awako now, and oxpocts two 00 earsthoy shell can shell a bushel with loss but claim their congressman to vote this bill ky was so hurried and of such a nature gather together within tho past to bo until aftor the first Tuesday in weeks, this boy is a wonder, having fof Mtofer ( through as framed. that he did not have time to spond a many months owned and operated one than that. an old Kcntuckian- - at the Xovombor, 191!J, aftor ho has dofoatod Wo have ttBlGr PRCS6 ASSeCUNeK few days at least. head of our shipping department here tho Republican who would be so unforof tho most complete stills in the mounMt. Stbhmxg, one of the towns the Mi The Woodford Sun says: "Mrs. Hen tains. Tlrcwy luts beon residing foi in tho woarehouse by tho name of Rich- tunate as to announce against him. Mae Grass that has nover been ardson, who was a grandson of Capt. B4MMW rmwHERe imnn over eaergetlc in porfcotin? her public ry umwors. Jr., entertained wiin a many years near Wagersville, Esttl Thos. Richardson, of Madison county. Notice. utiHtias, has voted for paved streets and Euohre party Friday afternoon in honor county with his parents and it is claim' Ky. Ho says he know a gtoat many of TEAB . PER FBICE The public is heroby notified that of Mrs. Thomas P. KeeU The home od that they not even knew of his open the Tribbles boforo ho left Kentucky, her sister towns must bow take off their To get the host results, would advise IK AD VAN OK hats. Richmond has money in the treas- was beautifully decorated with jonquils. tions, so quietly has he boon operating! you not to plant it too thick, as it. pro certificate No. 17 for ono share of the e was Deputy Mays said ho is a prodigy in duces very largo cars and makes a hig Capital Stock of tho Farmers Bank of A doltclous luncheon ury aad is able in every way to begin at served. The cotors were yellow anil points of shrewdness and used some yield, whero if it were crowded it would Valley View, Kentucky, Ijas been lost WEDNESDAY XML W- - - - 111 once the construction of an sewerage system and have pavedstreets, grt;on. The first price was awarded to clever tricks to avoid being apprechend-cd- . not develop as largo ears, and would or mislaid, and tho undorsigned, the Home of Good Clothes give you as good Miss Jane Stockton, of Richmond, an Mat Daniel, also of Estill county, not hope you willsatisfaction. pleased ownor of said certificate, will apply to Wo bo woll snciak at Frankfort These tames only come to lie towns embroidered shirt waist. Mrs. John B. Thk Kiublioaa who is charged with violating the inter, with this corn and know you will be said bank foe a now certificate in lieu that so after them. A little hustle is all tir e ideally working a nie Mute gmft of the certificate which has beon lost or that k needed mixed with si pinch of Winn, the second prize, a handkorchiof, nal revenue laws, was arrostod and th( with tho results you got. w ii h the Co IT Aumwf thss Thanking you for this order, wo are mislaid. W. I). Sandors. dwcrminaiMwi. Other towns in Kentuc and Mrs. Thomas P. Neot was presented two wero arraigned boforo tho Commiswill show. t lie appended onrrpciailwnc yours, sioner here and held to the Federal courl y not as rich as this one are enjoying with a brasrs oandle-stioRosppctfullv, Mr. Shelby Taj lor. ttuwuf of Madison Base Ball at Normal. ' Corner Main and Second sewerage PETTY BROTHERS. - pavM streets and The regular mooting of the Parents in April. rountv cootphMwl his books and oertiThe candidates for base ball "honors and Teachers organization ot , the Nor State Auditor tor systems. ried hu envint at,thc Stato Normal are putting in some bo hold next Friday, tho lyanent and recited from hfc a curbus,y days of hard work right now, and newspaper mal School will lHttREitas beaa.a tot of rant drawn om (lie Treasarer for Ut mud sibigmg evor the recent election of 31st, beginning at 3 p. m., in room 20 of undgr the instruction of Coach Wilson All interMr. Taylor sen) the following a Secretory for the State Fair and it is the Neville Roark building. money they ijxpect a winning combination for enclosing the war plain to see that politics has crept into ested in the welfare of their children u Treasurer Farl.this ynr. inram this most im portant oftke. The fat sal shduld be pVoscnt and are cordially Thoround has beon put in condition, 1 Will Stand My Good Jack Ky., l. Umm City. ary a not ute welfare of the stato is vited. Mr. William Marstella has con suits nnd equipmont havo beon purEd. Fur toy. chased anil the outlook Is promising for the chief aim of the candidates. Hubort sentod to dehvor a talk on "Kmile," iLJT Frankfort, Ky. Buying Vraohtnd is sore because a Democrat which is a treatise on education, by the a successful senson. About half of last r fiir: great French Philosopher, Jean Jacques ' Enclosed herewith warron year's tchtn is baok and on those tho against him in favor of a Repub at tho Otter Creek Slock Farm, 3 miles Mr. Marstelkt spent several State Auditor. Please jnnil m Coach expects to build a fast tonm. for the place aad because two Re Rousseau. northeast of Richmond, for the ek for mm io I nk City, Ky. months in Geneva, Switzerland, the publicans, Seevell and McGrew voted for About thirty ptayors report daily for ery traly Season of 1011, at birthplace of Rousseau and where his Kewnwa, a Democrat. Its really LouisShelby Taylor. practice, ami rivalry for tho difforenrl teachings are greatly beloved and fol ville that wants all of positions is Kben. The wise thing Tiiu letter was-- , returned to Mm, with to no would he to moveitthe State Fair to lowed. An excellent schedule has been ari lie follow lag hi pencil, nnaales. aad To Insure a Living Mule Colt, nnd Lexington, whore it should be. The annual businoss meeting of the ranged, comprising games with some of sheet. wii'.ten on the strongest college teams In Kentucky. Cecilian Club was held with the presi $10 to Season for Jennet k admire Judge Reed for his nerve dent, Mrs. Kellogg, Wednesday, March "A we haw just ftuwbod uayiMC the Among thoso are Transylvania Universwith return privilege. hcucob. went practically withwt funds. in entering the race against Senator 22, with fifteen members present. A ity, Kentucky Wosleyan College, Union Sone individaaU here are baying iheee McCreary. hut if he thinks he can win, Conoert under the auspices of the t'lub He is 1 years old, 15 4 hands high Collogo of Barboursvllle, Stanford High warrants at t per cent discount If it and black with white points, good body School and othor woll known teams. will be am accommodation to you we it is more than his political advisors will be given in tho Normal Chapel in will take pleasure in helping yon to dis- really believe, for they know the sltua The boys expect to win a majority or and bone, and has proved himself a sarj April. The Secretary Miss Julia Hi, pose of it, if you wish, and will rotnrn lion a little better than he, at least they gins, rend a these games and say they will equal last foal geltor and a good breeder. letter from Miss Duncan ii. with instructions, or will stRSip should. What puzzles the people mostly urging the Club to federate The matter year's rocord, whon the team won 12 RICHARD is by R. P. MaCord's jack, bearing if desired. is wherein doos he think his chances lie? was was laid on the table for futhor Richmond Chief, and out of a Bourbon out of 15 games playod. Very truly, . s It. E. James. Chlof jonnot ( consideration. The following oflicors Local Firm Will Continue VaAsst. Trejusurer. wero olectod for the ensuing year; Mrs. All caro taken to prevent accidents, Pickles, President; Mrs. Johnson, 1st. luable Agency. The clause "or wif! taap iatorost boar-ui-g but not responsible should Hay occur. Vico Pres.; Mrs. Hanger, 2d. Vice Pros.; if desired" km apparently written II. L. Perry, of this city, has just Pat. . ug. SI IMS, by Nathaniel Whitaker. Xe. 3D(OM Mares and jennets kept on grass and Mr James Preston Smith spent Mon Miss Julia Uiggins, Secretary; Miss Julia after the bow was signed and stamped closed a deal whereby ho will continue feod ay in BeaUyille. nt reasonable ratos. GATE IS MADE OF THE BBST MATERIAL and Gl'ARAN White, Treasurer; Mrs. Middleton, Lib rpiIIS os it is inter-line- d in tbesnMdtt of the to bo agont for ZE.MO the well known TEED to give entire satisfaction In every resfftnt ar w will t;ik Mrs. Sant P. Bush is in Winchester rarian; The next meeting will be held hues of the paper. Also the following remedy for Eczema, Dandruff, and all At the same time and place- I will stand down at our own expenM. A trial dees not ooat lite Mentor anything I with Miss Emma Walts, April 12lh. jn envelop inuring the gnset of relatives. letter was diseases of tho skin and scalp. is stock prooT. No hag can wise it up and an nod or whan It si closp, I Mr and Mrs C T Fas returned Mondav My Fine Saddle Stallion return address. After tea day retara has no latch, but a perfect loek. The lock Is w oanfjlmotail that it p Tho extraordinary leap that this clean tivoly has no dnsdrosnter and will not stop half open, wfcors others . to Auditor of Public Acoonate. Ftnnk-for- t. from their winter stay in Florida. 5hovn Through. liquid extornal trontmont-fo- r skin afTec trouble. We claim to have tho nest kek on the market, which locU Ky.. March 4th. l:3t p. m." and Mrs. J. (i. Crabbe, has been ill for sev tions has mado into public favor in the exact oenlar of xate. It also has a bumper which throws nil the shot William KIncaid, the popular brick "Richmond. Ky., lteceivod.March 4th, eral days at her homo en the Summit. lust few years proves its wonderful curaof rate and pravonte gate from sagging. The levers are wade or r -manufacturer o f Waco, was shown p. m." 1 pine nnd fastened to a plate which works on a pivot on a lever post tive properties and makes it indeed a At $ 0 to Insure. Mis. The. E. Baldwin, has been sick through the mystcrios of Redmanship valuublo addition to tho fine siook of for several days. SOLD BY Wednosdayovoning by Floating Canoe Dear Sir: Ho is a jet black horse, G years oh, remedial agents carried by the II. L. this If. u desire to ens from am Aunnic uaiiara Has taken rooms irlbe of this oity Thoro will be work Perry Drug Co. and a saddle horse getter. He is sired warrant at two per cent iltiioannl Co. Mrs. Ilettle Parks, on Xorth Second in the second degree And a bip; company in vhe merry musical play Thoy have a limited sttppl v of samples by Verdict and out of a Count Wilkes the face of the warrant, mail it to II. J. at one of which will bo given froo to any mare. Harris, Frankfort, Ky.. with dus letter st rent. WALKER & WHITAKER, Sole Owners and Manufacturers skin sulTorcr who wishes to tost tho Will Stay. attached and he wW cand roa the oath Miss June Doty trill arrive todav from merit of the medicine. A booklot "How Richmond, Kentucky. tor same at once. Mail to H. J, Harris, Lnnenaier to be two gnest of Miss Mary- - "Mr. Alex Bowles, will not leavo RichTo Preserve "The Skin." will also bo claim. Oept. AuditorNoatee, Frankfort, given to thoso interested. Miller. Ky. tf Phone 123--2 rings. - Richmond, Ky. The Theatrical Treat of the Season. mond this season to go on the road as The many, friends of John White are reported in the Climax sometime ago. " This warratit shows that there H glad to sec him out again after protraot- - Mr. Bowles has decided to remain in . a nice little game going on in the elaim njjnasskn5innnBAsnm3S d Alness. Richmond whicl he thinks is the best by these lepartmeat of the State and Mine Lucy Walker Daly, of Lancaster, town on the map. methods thoasands of dollars aaa be "picked up" b the attachees of the is the guest of her sfcter Mrs Bogard, Repudiate It office. Many an unsuspecting eoaaty at the Douglas fhus. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Duke Gordon spent officer will lot i he two per cent go, bat Hundreds of pumpltlels containing Son- Mr. Tat lor will j ust wait and have his Saturday and Sunday in Xioholasville, ator Lorlmor's speech in whloh he pleadmarked "Inlet 'si bearing." If be had with Mrs. O. S. Gordon. ed with the Senate not to fire him, has lei those shrew i ones get him on this it Mrs. lackey Rce has gone to Spen been received by Madison county people Central Kentucky's Leading Department Store t would have about $50 for them, cer, Iowa, where she has been summon but not a singlo cltizon who read it befor all tliet would liari to do. would be ed to the bedside of a very sick relative. lieves ho is not guilty. OoL Blderidge take it "across the hall" aad get Mrs. J. It Bailey, and chlldern have Parke say H is the weakest otfort he their mone. Jf tins isn't a riotattCB returned fro Lexington, where they ever rend. of the law. there should a Mringent one went to attend the wedding of a friend. prohibiting such practice. Slow. Gentry Frazmr, of Wisemantown, EsDuring will Mdirch Room till county, spent last week the guest of At the looso loaf market the past weok It ix .k Bextkx is certainlt doing his the family at, one-four- th to one-ha- lf of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore thore was very little doing oq acpart toward eliminating lawlessness in n Ueen, at Mohoriey. original price. count of the dry weather Jteeping the etery form in the district where he Fhtnor Hillonmeyer, of Winchester, remainder' of the tobacco out of case. In an inter tew last week in Win-testone of the loading Catholic clergy of the There is very liltloloft in Madlsou coun be saki "lam sure that the Bluograas was here for a day last week. ty to be sold, hut as soon as tho wcathor l calm, right thinking people of the This you will appreciate at first glance if you know the gnest of Father O'Dwyre. will pormit it is expected that tho last thai the com w. unityii. being scandaadvantaMi. Martha Chenault, wife of Long lot of the 1011 crop here will go over the to bring anything of style-current- s. lized by a khid of public gambling, local breakes. The representatives pf ge-of of talk of which is yeard on every aide. It Tarn OhonauU, who has been quite-sicFurther examinatfon will reveal the smart materis eonvHtoscing and her friends will be the big houses, who have been buying is just as aagtaat a violation of law for ials that have been used, the careful tailoring, the liton the local breakes all winter, arc ex men of standing inihe community to gtad to loarn of her inproved condition. tle finishing and trimming details that proclaim a suit J. Stoddard Johnson,- of Louisville, a pecting to leave the first week in April gamble on the resu'.t of an election as it mm lav well made, in addition to stylishly made. for a bunch of negroes to engage in a member of the Brokerage firm of Ken- if possible, and all the tobacco out should game of craps. llesides. what's the ning & Co., was hero Friday and f5atur-dn- y be rushed in U in proper case. Fashion named as her favored materials French" tho guest of Hon. Lewis Herrington. use Riflbbtt net er won or lost a eon-teWindow Shades, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Mirrors, serges, imported light weight worsteds, . hair line Beautiful Display. on eleottons is for office. The venorable John Terry is very 111 Pictures and Frames stripes, Shepherd checks and the latest novelty wool simply an unlawful game of biaff and of pnoumouia at his home near Paint Thursdny and Friday were milllrcrydays bluster, and helps nobody's en use. 213 West Main Street Lick, just over the Garrard line 'in n Richmond and hundreds of.' women back satins. want to help koop Winchester clean MadWen. He has a wide circle of filled the different establishments in the Therefore these are the materials used in the suits and I serve notice now that the attention friends who will be grieved to learn of city inspecting the beautiful display of we have assembled.' comfortaV of the nest grani jary will be called to bis condition. hat finery for tho spring and Summer this form of gambling." Fashion pronounced as good such effects' as tne Ii. seems as if the designers of .Mrs. Eppenhausen Bailey one of Ken- season. bly from $50:. tucky's most noted singers and Mrs. fashions in milliner- - the coming sea raised waist line, the" sailor collar, the ineroyable The Washington Post has started a Edwin Whitney a gifted pianist of Louis- son has chosen some of the most pictur (too big a piece of meat revers,-- short jackets, narrow skirts. boom for Judge X R-- Bnmam, of this ville will give a concer int Richmond at esque creations that have over beon Jyou. As a matter of fact y?e cut lor canons nominee of the Kentuoky an eary date under the auspices of the brought on. There arc hat shops in i. Therefore these styles are included in the models Republicans for the United Slates Sena- Geefltan Club. doubt if we could. For thoijc I: Richmond that will compare favorably we are showing. tor, and it seems to have mot with ap(who buy meat here reguar y Mrs. James W. Caperton and daughter with the best in the larger cities, and it style-not- e In fact, every has been developed In proval of prominent leaders of the G. O. Miss Jamie, returned to Cincinnati on was noticeable that many peoplo from tdeclaie that none of it ev$r these suits, modified appropriately forsever;yroccasibh: P in this state. Of edtarce Judge Hur- Monday. adjoining tiounties were present, which Miss Caperton's solo, at the ra, m would not be so satisfactory to is so tender jgoes to waste. of wear and for :V of figure. Christian Church, Sapday showed decid- signifies the excellency otv the local -Bradley. lor the Madison jurist is a and toothsome, so different markets in their estimati in. Ono of the ed local .ability. Her voice is a sweet all of these suits are worth.noting standpatter. Ant test and H the time, most unique hats of the season, and one prom orai nary meats that no we call your special consideration forThe bat he is a man with a nteaa netttical that sure will appeal to. the most fasti- one thinks of leaving any uji U Lancaster Record: Mrs. George Ual- rnona and would be the Wonnst eandi- dious taste, is tho suit-cas- e marked distinction and excellence of our hat made .eaten, xnere s no was daWehtsyutoaMpnt npagainst the Dem- - louof lehraod,is visiting her mother. without wires and collapsible. The $25.00 Suits. about our meats.- - You know II or0v mmkW . Judee 8uram 4i at I iIrl Edna FraBois. Mrs. Oscar Hen- - piano hat another distinctly now crea'f mar. iueans. iV been the recent Yvaii ,i linadiTl, WsjW Jliwi- - f J tre, g3fa4Vfe. & pni . tion. Jtis.tHrnad up sharply in front m wsTf ansa xctmi) a. tain and back and is trimmed in tJkck velvet. Iloffi AfMtfMS Se Jligginc, of Ktohsond This will vry likejy be a Jeadlag seller I D. mwrinc '90FWI,we joins taa- fJormhjV the tMs year & teoaT .1 11 d in prieemat k bJtoed mi-SnreJ- c jito. Mrs Alex Denny are expected wih W tatt here m esc. froai Xe York. TkKon Col. Million Talks. For Sheriff. Mule Colts BUTTERICK FASHIONS d ers d Spring Is Coming s you were and making up your summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most of spring beautiful Good News of New D thojr-support'- .- Clothes for the Spring 1911 It as Embroideries and Laces ever brought Be sure see the Flounand white look and don't forget Underwear at our new Price is of cingboth 3rd,-Count- tub-serlbn-rs . hand-carve- d Quality is Adler's Collegian Clothes, College Brand Clothes, The Washington ing Co., of New where the latest styles are originated - o, . . OWEN McKBB e The Richmond Climax. eJsr-where- ? d ai sia e-- f tue. THE two-cours- te 1 vr J. S. Stanifer, Proprietor k. - Opera House, April 4 ! Phone 675 rr Richmond Before a. io) k a id) Automatic Gate Examine The Whitaker S10.00 af PERSONALS t rooc-kve- i -- LYMAN TWINS "THE PRIZE WINNERS Prices, 50c to $Je50, THE PEERLESS Black Diamond The Richmond Gate Manufacturing May Collins, WALL PAPER CLEARANCE SALE Remnants and Room Lois the month of we offer Kaufman, Straus and Co. tor-an- Lots and Remnants pro-itiri- e city-fee- k, the size of your rooms and take bargains. these unheard Don't Fail Our Display of Spring Suits Reflects the Best of Fashion's Latest Modes - m st inn It Ik-ma- - 1 We Won t Cut Off Prices on our Spring 5uits range $25 to ftr everype 3 mezzo-sopran- o. . ae-ro- - -- -- ls iMm km C. C. c Li.i ' - Kaufman, Straus & Co ltflnatray Lexington i! EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE nave Hundreds of others would gladly tes tics to learn remedy that, in the my. opinion of thousands, is an absolute cure for indigestion and all forms of . It Is a guaranteed cure for indiges stomach trouble, and, better still, it tton, Constipation, biliousness, head is. guaranteed to do so. The remedy aches, gas on the stomach and similar comdtatnts. A bottle can be had at is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. We all know the value of pure pep- any irujr store for hftv- - cents or sin in indigestion, and add to this dollar, but if you wish to make a test some exceptional laxative ingredients ot iu nrst, send your address to Dr. and yon have a truly wonderful rem- Caldjrell and he will supply a free sample bottle, sent direct to vour ad edy Mr. T. W. Worthy of" e, Ga., got to the point where dress You will soon admit that you he could not even eat or digest veg- havejfound something to replace salts, etables and after many years of seek- cathartics, breath perfumesaad other ing he found the cure in Dr. Cald temporary reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will well s byrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-n- cure t you permanently. of Moline. 111., was in the same For the free sample address Dr. W. bad predicament with his stomach, B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell buildinir. iuur. oyrup repsm and is now cured. I Monjicello, 111. For Salo by STOCKTON'S ;0UUQ STqRE For-syther m STATE SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Verdict 1621 This Magnificont Young Stallion will make the Season of 1011, at 31. Varen's Stable. Terrill Place. Irvine Street, Richmond, Kentucky, ooo A'ekdict is a dark chestnut, 15.3 hands, coming 12 years old, with as much natural stylo and action as any stallion living, as fine as any maro or gelding you will see. combining all the queltios as to looks, breeding, syte and action that go to make a great sire and a first oiess producer. If the law .of nature repeats Itself that lika besots like then you have an ideal stock-hors- e in Verdict. I claim that Vordict carries nroro of the blood of old Peavtno and Washington Denmark than any hese livinir, as his breeding will show. Verdict's carreer as a show horse has rarely been equaled winning as a and as a straight through the fair circuit without a break, dosing d his career at tho Louisville Horso Show by winning two first ties in his class and winning second ta his class for stallions any age, thus going against tho plek of any aged stallion from Kontucky, Tennessee and Miss ouri, in a ring of fifteen horses. Verdict's show career was cut short in 1002 by sickness, only showlBg at Riohmeml and Lexington whore he won first premiums in ago stallion class. In 1004 Verdict had fully recovered from his ilhwes and, after making a heavy season, ho showed first atKirks-vill- o where ho won tho SoOO stallion, mare or gelding stake also first for best aged stallion. His second show was at Lexington where won first, then to Harrodsburg where he won first in aged stallions, first in sweopstakes (IS entries) first in combined ring and first in model ring at the fair. Verdict met with an unfortunate accident wateh Kept him from going to tho Louisville Horse- - Show, for whteh ha was being especially prepared under the able sapervieieA of Mat. S. Cohen. In 1000 Verdict's colts won first is eeU ring and first in stallion and three of get. . It will be welcome news to of-- dyspep- J rueeivea our last oar nf implements . i,.,-,i- 4 m The farmers of Madisea and ad joining coaaHec have aa opportunity to patronized such a stallion as Verdict, and I decided to keep him ia Madison county permanently, since as a rule, all first class stallions are sold at high prices and go to other States. There never was a time in tha history of the county when first class horses commanded such prices as they do today. But it is by patronizing the best that these prices are obtained. It is not what you pay for the seeRf a coH, it Is what yeu get that counts IH the lee; rtm. Pedigree . Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows it.. ,ue Ttr.. w;uKinK j . rown Uultivators, . ' t u,,u r -- ses. Deeiinr Muwer.' Binder nnrl r Wapons. Call and look these over """o, before Double and Single Disc Harrows, 'J. I. Qase Riding Cul- ra Planters, Tornado Rw T. H. C. Hay o4...i OWUL" U.UU buying. three-year-ol- acKe Iford & Co Telephone 33 Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. H. B. DOTY, 11, sired by Cero Gordo 1S2 he by IHat Squirrel 58, he by Black Eagle 14, he by King Wilttam 9t, by Washington Denmark Gt Verdlet's dam Jay Bird 1QM, by Peavlno 85; 2nd dam by Yeaeg Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark 83, by Washington Denmark &t. Cere Gordo's dam Miss Richmond 501, by King Rich-an- L he by Pea vine So.' Kteg Richard's dam Pharos (thr by Imp. Pharo. Miss Richmond's dam Jenny Lynn 301, by Stonewall Jackson 72; by Washington Denmark W. You will see that Verdict traces three times to Pea vine 85 tefciPeaviae), and three times to Washington Denmark, thus eemblaieg the Meed of two ef the greatest show horses that ever lived. V8HBICT Ft' The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co., will loan money at 5 per solicajro of those Its patron needing ser-oeiu interest on good Improved farm vices.'sf a competent man. Address, lands on Mortgage. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Apply to C-- SURVEYOR TKRMS VereM wiH be allowed te serve maies at J. C Ohenault, Atty. $20 to Insure a Living Colt m wiitab event a lien wI be rata teed ea eek for service fee and meaey dee when oeJt is fealed er mare parted with. Care taken te prevent aeeklesls, but set respeeei-bf- e sheM aay eoour. Mares wHI be oared for at 9S per month. Richmond, Ky. Jaines & Htmley Wall Paper Stock people n complete and I can furnish anything in this ilne. Also Paint of thr hfohact mmiifw w guarantee to please the most fastidious : : : : Will buy or sellyour bouse, xarni town lots or any thing elsq in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him! will be promptly and J. R. Pennington cariully attended to. See Dentist. him; if his services are need Ofllce next door to Government bulll ed. ing Richmond, Ky. "We represent iron bound reInsurance Companies Dr Robt. C. Boggs member this. Dentist Telephonj257 Office in Oldham Building J. M. AZBILL RICHMOND, KY 2 L. C. LITTRELL. LORD RION REG. NO. Consign Your Live stock TO W Third 4 R. Emmett Million Richmond, Ky Successor to Unrein Orer State Banc & Trost Company TELEPHONE 2S6 Street DENTIST Denny Union Stock Yards Cincinnati; 0. Watch Repairing entity to whiek we giro op total n. No ratter how Miucfa or hew .o watt is detective ef damaged panieatar pride Je doing Uie i he tiwapMM Will be as good as ..r than U ytoen ew. We do repairing sn remodeling Se the u Harry M Blanton, i And Receive the highest market price as wo are the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market. amy frOOce to BenaKi bui.. tFt. PaONK DENTIST 1S W. oct 3mo 5. NORRI5 H. L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work FERRIELL I T. Estate Real of the schools of Owen, who Is a candidate for of Publfe Instruction. Mr. Littrell is present Representative of Owen, and stood by the Public Schools and opposed in the House the bills taking away from tbe County Superintendents tire right to HcgnEe their own teachers and appoint their own institute Instructors, etc He also Introduced and fought through the House and Senate, bill Xo. 2E0 to pension the-soldiers of thA State. He has served in every place in the Common Schools, from pupil to Superintendent and stands for better Public Schools and Roads. His county is tho second largest Democratic county in the State and hae had only one Stato officer since the war. MR. LITTRELL is the editor of the Owen County Democrat and a member of. the Kentucky Press Association, also member of several education txeoolattons. L. C. LITTRELL, 52777 1-2 State Superintendent Race Record Over Mile Track in winning race, Knoxville, Tenn 2203-4- , beating 14 starters. Second day after race worked a mile in 2:14 -2. Lord 2:20 Rion Record 3-- 4 9 years eM, beaelifttl mahegaey bay, star, wo white feet, W haeds high, perfeei dtseesMee, a lady eaa drive him aeywhere; has the ftelsh of a saddle herse. WHY YOL" SHOULD BREED TO LORD RION Ileis tfca eaiy hetse that s4eed fer serviee In this oeuety that was sired y a herse that sekl for 3135,000 aad the ohampiea herse of she werkl, ami has heea fer 15 years, ad his reeerd stands today. LORD RION made kk reeerd kut (Mi wMfceat aay whatever. Start-e- d Mm la W rases, wee 9, 3ad the ether He k tha best bred, best leeking aad. tfcej fastest trettteg staNtea that ever made a soQfion h ore Sired by the Great Arion 2:07 1; sold as a for 3125,000.60. Agent SUBTLE VENGEANCE. ay Specialty. a Oldham Building A the 50-ce- nt bottle of t us with so'ms .piece you Office in Bank Building. Richmond, Ky Announcements FOR SHERIFF Tho Gift Duma Bsstowtd on a FrUnd Who Insulted Him. cannot now iise GREENLEAF great novelist, bad, as is well known, Alexandre Dnmas the elder, Scott's Emulsion given in half-teaspo- on & HERRINGTON F. J; YEAGER STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY U. Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' now Building on Second Street opp. Court House Dn M. Dunn Specialist BotMM SoU. R. INraam, Jr. urnam s Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky ' . Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Tf. .Tt JONISS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wt are authorized to .announce H. IT. COLVKK a candidate for Sheriff of Madi. son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENoe W' are authorized to announce BENTA. MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison courty. subject to the action of the Demo- We nre authorized to announce ELMER In his earlier days he re DKATIIEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of nature. Madison county, subject to the action of ceived a dire Insult from one whom Democratic party he called his, friend. To the surprise We are authorized to announce JOIiN B. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad- of all who knew him Alexandre took ison county, subject to the action of the no apparent notice of the wrong, but -- some black blood In his veins and was of an unforgiving if not almost cruel doses four times a day, cratic party. , Attobk eyat-L- a il3HM0ND, KENTUCKY. ihe over btate Bank & Trust Co., op- posite Court House, nn Main Street. FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MOT?f5 A V TATLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR W. are authorized to announce W. F. ARM AN a candidate for Assessor of Mad. ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRue C. Hot.se a candidate for County Clerk of Madison count)-- , subject to the action of FIRE, TORN ABO Bond and Accident Insurance - Dr. C . H. Maxnhart l!ege Graduate McKillipp Veterlnan 01 Chicago. Ill Veterinary Surgeon For Sale. All Forms Office in Douglas & 5immons' Building Dcciocratlc party Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Ofllco Phono 99 J Richmond, Ky FOR SALE New residence in Bur-- J. Res. Phono 532 J nan Wood. Stoue. tf The wiso man carries both life and Dan H. Breck has Lot In Burnamwood 70x170 feet. fire insurance, tR. K. STONE tf he best policy Apply -f Second Floor GAXL AND SEE THEM 797 TELEPHOXB 11 Women Suffer relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and ziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more than relieve, if used persistently, many have writ ten to" say that it cured them. diz- Mr Farmer. Make your lionie as mo("om for your family aa a city ret fence and place yoursalf in a position to gil the latest market quotations telephone by aiy time. Tim can be accomplished sum means of our compared service, wh c with the ben that is small vou ana your neighbor can git for "a fi'8 received. Call or address our nearfst qffice or write direct to headquarters Nashville. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' ate If at present you are not enj ying telephone service,, we can immediately nwrestyou. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee, Missi8ipp outHiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Rural .Telephones TELEPHONE mueK needless pain when they delay using Cardui ior tlieir iemale troubles. (Jardui lias been iound to EAST TENNESSEE CO., Incorporated What About .....That Leaky Rool We have a big lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Yellow Pine CARDUI It Will Help Yon i J 37 Shingles Yours for a Square Deal Mrs. Maxwell Johnson. Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffer ing with numb spells ever since I was 16 yars old. Une day decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say! that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui a lone and fair trial . Mrs. Johnson suffered rears. Have vour' Do you wisa tor iJut why suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a lair trial. l Blanton- - Conglet on Lumber 1 j GO. Iordorated AT ALL DBTJG STORES Successors to Ed. Blanton & Co, Near L. & A. Depot Telephone 425 . . If You W ant "Good Things to Eat" Every product that esters this store must stand rigid examinai Uon. Uach article is chosei from masr brands offered,, because it has proved I. its superior tnerU. JJach brand competes for preference, and none sains a place) on our shelves U it fails to measure lip to our high ; standard of quality. One of the recent sueiessfnl contestants for representation ta our line is I The Best Price e have it, cacy, like imported cheoie. &oi In a quality absolutely dependable. Thar all we carry. Ctaple.like sugar, or a fncy STiether It's a table deli- X o b ita c co bring to the for your . Richmond Tobacco la rehouse . ELECTA COFFEE iSarfcct's choicest. rum smooth Snd dainty blend f selected, highland riivra fceaas-t- he 11 Near L. & N. Depot 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 M.Jones and B. R Blajgg are constantly in attendance and see that vour interests are caretfufly guarded. .All oW timers in foe tobacco business. B. B. Million, W. Trirta nraMi nf aiDwooLinEf and preserves tMgeauie coffee ana improves h. Savor you arc sure of using Electa In t?ie finest Quality a sia tfactloa that in, would make EIe4t wortn more itself than other coffees. Cosnare It with aar Ifou ever drank vor Jwfore. Yotftt like tW rourfs loriotti aroBH. 6Ed I have for sale Brown. Leghorn and girl. Barred Plymounth Rock eggs. Setting 15 eggs, 31. Also few pairs beautiful FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS and popular African geese, 310 per pair. am also agent for the celebrated Send ICC,, name of paper and this ad. for Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Pouloar beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-BooEach bank contains a Good Luck try appliances foods and supplies. TelToilet Articles and Extracts Penny. ephone 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. I am representing the SCOTT &. BOWNE, 409 Pearl Stnst. N. Y. Clark Rlee, Hygienic Company and am preR. D. No. 3, pared to furnish the highest grade of NATURAL MEASURES. Richmond, Ky. toilet articles and extracts. Bothered "How are things?" the barber asked Mrs. Bettie Tmmjii.ut, The Hind, the Pace and the Cubit of pleasantly of the shrinking man in the Cook with gas. Ib cheaper. No. 200 Third St ltiefcmom, Ky. the Scriptures, Tbe first "natural measurement" to chair. "Dull, very dull!" which the memory naturally recurs ,1s And the knight of the razor looked band, four Inches, employed, in the determining tbe height of horses. This for a moment as If he thought the remeasure Is, of course, derived, from mark was personal. London Teletbe breadth ot the palm, and it has graph. become so well fixed in popular esteem Dad's Disgrace. that it Is unlikely it will ever be super "We dined out last evening. Pa disseded. Another popular natural measure tls graced ua as usual." "As to how?" the pace, and probably every country "Got to the end of the dinner with man who has had to do with land has used It. Tho usual method Is to stride three forks and two spoons still rittsburg Post off, taking as long; steps as possible, calling each pace a yard. Doesn't He, Though 1 A natural measure much employed Bach Confess, now, Henry, you by a dressmaker is the yard as de termined by stretching the material to don't pay as- - much attention to your be measured between her chin and wife as you did before you were marher outstretched hand, or It It be a ried? H. Peck Lord, yes! I mind e matter of Inches she will fold tbe twice as quick now. Toledo Blade. bended, upper Joint of her thumb along A fool always wants to. shorten space tbe cloth. Tbeso natural measures are generally close enough to serve all md tlme;a.wlso man wants to length-- n both. Rnakln. practical purposes. For many hundreds of years there Irritating. was employed, the measure of the .fore"He has a mean disposition, hasn't arm from point of elbow to tip. of midup-to-d- ate dle finger. This was the cubit of the he?' "I should say so. He's the kind of Bible. St. Louis Republic. man who'll rake In a jack pot on a bluff and then after he's stacked up Church Theaters. Few people know that plays in Eng tbe chips will Bpread out four hearts land, Germany, Italy and France were and a spado for'everybody to look at" Detroit Free Press. fostered for religious purposes by tbe church centuries before they were tak A Mean Swindle. en up as a separate secular business. "Tho meanest man has been discovMoreover, few visitors to St. Paul's cathedral, in London, realize that that ered." "What has he,been doing?" church durjng Elizabeth's reign and "Swindling amateur poets. Getting close tha first years of tho reign of James I. set aside ono of Its, adjacent bulia- - them to send 10 shillings for a poetic Ings for use as a .secular theater. Its license." London little stage was famous, and the comWhatever government is not a govpany of choir boys as actors presented-manof the great plays of Shake ernment of laws Is a despotism, let It speare's time. They acted from about be called what it may. Webster. 1503- to 1G0S. under the .management Ambiguous. of Edward Pierce, their grea,t master In music, who as church almoner baa "How are you, old man? Feeling business control of these adjacent nrettv stronc? buildings owned by the church. Lon "No,, only Just managing to keep outJ don Standard. .it the grave." "Oh. I'm sorry to hearthatl" Judge's Colored Rain. Library. Showers of red rain have fallen more than onco in theworldls history, The agricultural department at Washlother middle ages they -- were looked, ington, after making tests with tliem,1 nponas, awful omens of war and recommends yantias, tares and dash-een- s bloodshed, but nowadays we know tho for culture in portions of the hue of the "rain of blood" to be due south where the land Is too wet except to tbe presence of a tiny red insect a Xdr tho cultivation of rice. These .variety ot water flea Bed rains ais plants comprise salad plants, tubers of very rare.. buLta. volcanic regions gray which are excellent for table uso and rain is comparatively common. Sicily as stock feed and roots which are has had. many, fikowens.-o- f thltisfeafc. sources of starch and from ;Taey are cause by. .the upperatmo- - which alcohol can be made. They phere being full of &m colored vol- have been the staple food of, native canic dust from Etna. This dost;ta Hawallass and an important food crop lasaltwlBiaUy fine and colors tba rta la. Japan, China and a number of other as It falls. countries. k. France-American -- Instead applied himself to looking carefully after the welfare of bis supposed friend. He took blm with him Into society, Introduced him here, pre sented him there and. so continued for three years, at the end of which time bo stood as "best man" at his friend's marriage. Tbe wedding feast being concluded. Alexandre Dumas was leaving the house when an acquaintance Joined him and as they walked along said: "I have often wished to say how I have wondered at your great kindness to IL X., whom we have just seen married. STou have tbe most forgiving nature that I have ever met with. He insulted you grossly some years ago, and yet ever since you have devoted yourself to hl3 happiness and at last assisted hlra.to get married." "That's it precisely," remarked Du mas slowly, with a sinister chuckle. "I natter myself that I have given him the most furious and lynx eyed mother-in-laLondon in France." Telegraph. mixed in its bottle, will last a year-ol- d Will Make the Season of 1911 at My Stable, Corner of First and Water Streets, at er mare parted oeHi 1 fTlilnn tfT liT MONEY DUE when foot k aseerlamed wMh. Lien retaieed en for serviee fee. nna Net respeaslele fer baby near- -' $25 To Insure Living Colt ly a month, and four bottles over three months, and will make the baby ROBT. WALKER. Robt. Walker, Richmond Kentucky strong and well and will lay the foundation for a healthy, robust boy or Eggs For Sale. Foley Kidney Pills. Neutralize and remove the poisons that cause baokache, rheumatism, nervousness and all kidney ami bladder irregularities. They build up aad roster the natural aoiioa of the vital organs. Sold by Stockton & Son. Real Estate. All perseas desiring either te sell er perobase mad er other property er t make reatakef same will flad K to their interest to plaee the same with me as I am a member of the National ReaMy Ce., of Washlegtee, with agents throughout the United States. Mexiee'aad Cuba. Ake my serviees as auctioneer may be seeared by sailing en me at my residenoe. No. 300 Third St, Riehmead, Ky. S. K. Seett f22-t- f Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Spring is H eic ." And house cleaning will soonbe 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. W have just received a car load of WALL PAPER patterns. I for our spring trade, of the most We call at- tention to this, our main line, and ask that you see our beautiful samples before purchasing. They range in price from the lowest to the most expensive. Our workmen are experienced and we give our guarantee to every piece of work. Telephone to us and w will be glad to submit our exclusive samples and make estimates. We also have a few remnants to out regardless of cost Tlt-Blt- s. Painting and Decorating Our stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters Supplies is corrir plete. Mr. Calvin Dozier, the expert painter and decorator, is in. charge of our painting department val-oab- le We. carry a large line of Glass and Queensware and a mammoth lot Many things in this department for the home at real Novelties. bargain prices Coi A proper manner. " - - ate -- aifid S dm Tclephme.3S I have a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a depot wagon,, carry lour or five people. It bas'both summer and winter side door, pole and shafts. I ateo have a set of tMa toast: hendraada cairiage harness and a large "GmUmmr, vi enjoy this evtnls fentle harness horse all ot which I will f fattdfr Of celebrating, as wt de. sell worth the mosey. Dr. tSareace H, Vaught birthday of the tto tweaty-filntand always amiable daagMK r Dm JT Ufe; fee m aeefcke flee oar wertfay employer. I years given a dinner to his employe on the occasion of the btrtMsy of his). feBgbter. Sow long this MtMB tod toM may be gathered from the .follow-JT- b had clerk of th o&e m MM also the custom, sad proposed A certain London, merchant bad for Goa.At Staple. For Sale. rs,. Our picture framing department has grown to such proportions during t few months that we have decided to enlarge this department and make specialities. We are prepared to handle anything in this it one r line with promptness and dispatch the-lasof-ou- Pictures and Framing B B. dltiett & Phone 449 Opera House Butkiing ' - r. The LeacSnfe Wall Paper Qeatefs, PatMciyfod Dejpainn II W tkaoltli anX ffva fee, mmuraaoa. if Richmond, Ky Don't : Overlook : Good : Things Ike Richmond Climax. s rCHISlED ar 5 o 8 The Fine Young Stallion ETF.BT WEHES81T ST The Man who Invented the hinged col-jCLIMAX PRINTING CO button and got rich by it, saw a (Incorporated.) jj good thing that bad been within sis eves for inches of millions of men's A. D. Miller Presnnd Mgr. . fifty years. Scc'jjjTrcal. W. 0. While cuuur Steve K. Vaught A young chap came into the store Saturday XTjL. wanted to know the minute ho jot inside r - Ktnlcr .1 whether we had such and such a suit that was in ASSOCIATION the window on Monday. "No it was sold "I knew 4 it" he said a friend of mine has it on." EIGHTH DISTRICT. FUBUSl'ERS tEAGUE. I've admired that suit In tbe window two or YEAB PER $1.00 three times but I'll be giggered If I thought iticould eHICE "Got be bought for the price ho told me he pa'd." IK ADVANCE anything like it" "Why don't you put prices on 1911 them in the window?" "Who made the suit any- WEDNESDAY MAR. 29 way?" M ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmakaiaiy Pure SH ERWOOD If gg "? Will make the Season of 1911, at my place Kentucky, at at Had Hows. . i& cO - $12.00 to Insure a Living Colt KENTUCKY'-PRES- S sT -- Makis Home Baking Easy parted with. LIbr rtainel r,n cott for service feo SHERWOOD is a rtoh ohestHUt, 0 years ofcl, 16 bawls high, and splendjd Style and notion. Sherwood Is by Farwwd 18?W, ha by Nutwood COO, ho by Belmont CI, he by Abdallah 15, eta. Sherwoed's first dam h. Egalite, record 2:21; second dam by Peayine 86; 3nl im by Copperbott-.Money duo when ool is foaled or mare "It's a Schloss Eros. & Co. Good Premiums , Will Be Offered at the Coming State Fair tor the 1910 Tobacco. While tho tobacco exhibit at tho Ken tucky State Fair n 1910. was a good one, there were a great many complaints from the farmers and dealers in tobacco in different sections of this state and adjoining states that they could not got thoir new samples ready in time for the Fair, owing to the late curing of the" crop. Tho Board at a recent mooting adopted a schedule of awards on tobacco grown in 1910 on both Dark and Hurley tobacco, making two extra classes upon which premium will bo given this year Those classes aro open to dcalorsas well at farmers, the conditions of entry bbing tho same as heretofore. It is to be hoped that the farmers and dealors. will pick their samples now and later send to tho Secretary for entry blanks. The premium list on 1911 tobacco will be adopted and published later. Following is the premium list Suit . " Well One of the line of the "Clothes Bsautiful." let's see some of shem they've certainly some class to them." You can tell them by the Sohloss Bros. & Co Also by the Custom label on the Coat Collar. Made Look $15.00 up we SAVES FLOUR BUTTER EGGS And makes the cake Mglitcr, finer flavored, A Bold, LaCrippe, then Is too often the fatal sequonce. Foley's Honey and Tar expels tho cold, checks tho lasrrippe, and prevents pnoumon ia. It is a prompt and reliable cough medi cine that contains no narcotics. "Foley s Honey and Tar is tho best cough remedy I ever used as it quickly stopped a severe coush that had longtroubled me," says J AV Kuhn, Princeton, Nebr. Just so quickly and suroly it acts In all cases of colds, coughs, lagrippo and lung trouble. It is as safo for your children as yourself, and should bo used in all cases of croupe, whooping cough and measles cough. Refuse substitutes. Sold by Stockton & Son. . Is a black Jaek with white points, 5 yenrs oW, oyer 15 hoods high, wn good bone and muscle and fine action. Sam H. Is by Griggs' Tom. be Howard, he by Hamilton's BIr Jeff, he by Gate Wda Bess Tom. Fir-daHaokett's Jennet. Sam H.'s second dam Oolite' Jmnet. He i. proven himself a good breeder. SAM H. m s $8.00 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is fealed or mare partd with. Lien reia.:.. on colt for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not resr; bio should any ecowr. I will stand, my horso and jnek it my place at Red House, Ky. ,T -- more sightly, and insures lis freedom from alum. 800 Pneumonia. R. A. COSBY Just after the sale are showing New Goods in Every merit- Depart-- . tioyal Cook Book ReceiptsFree. Send Name and Address. - " Tailor-mad- e - "- - They are all chock full of new spring stuff. Especially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroiduries, Laces, etc. Come and see them before they are picked over theyre new and fresh now. Our new line of Imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived and the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any other We have just market. Our styles are exclusive. The Mayor Busy. Mayor Rico is gotting everything in roidiness for tho reconstructing of cor-tai-n portions of Main streot, and tho appointing of the committees to solicit tho merchants for oil to go on the streot. If the weather will turn warm, now that til c dust has been blown off almost en ti'roly, it will afford an excellent opportunity to apply tho unctuous liquid wiiich means so much comfort to tho people during the hot months. Ma in from Second to First will bo reconstructed in tho most scientific manner. May- o)' Rico is figuring on a very busy spring at.d summer in his department of tho city government. Court House t What's 4. Doing in The Temple ol Justice Past Weefc. tor Jadies. If you don't need a spring suit it will pay you to sec the new styles and received eome mw SrMose Bros. Clothing lor men and young men have begnn to oome in in all their now spring glory. ADOPTED. get priMs. ot bw spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladles are already in stook. Make Our Samplos to Burley"crop of 1910. vour ralottthin mw while to eaa get your size. Our Wm. Kneeland Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing up contain twelve regular sized hands. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. better than ever for title spring. Sec them, got our prices and see the new things in every department we can $20.00 $10.00 $5.00 Red Leaf save nonoy oa every purchase. v 20.00 10.00 5.00 Bright Leaf 20.00 10.00 5.00 Cigarette AVrappor 20.00 10.00 5.00 Bright Trash Best four samples from single crop em bracing Red Leaf, J3right Leaf, Cigarette Wrapper and Bright Trash $10.00 Dark tobacco, Crop 1910. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 Austrian Loaf 15.00 10.00 5.00 Black Wrapper TO INSURE YOUIl Long or African Lonr 15.00 10.00 5.00 HOUSE AVITII 15.00 10.00 5.00 French Leaf 15.00 10.00 5.00 Italian Leaf 15.00 10.00 5.00 Green River Leaf Best four samples, each sample ropro senting different type. $10.00 AT ONCE le tn W. D. Oldham & Co. IT I Moved Have Moved My IS BETTER D. R. Ft- eeman THAN JO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH Grocery & IVIeat 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.-anGroceries in large quick delivery. quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please d It's Coming. Now that March has proven such a disagreeablo month to tho farmers YOU II AD thjtro promises to bo a rush, for imple ments in April and the local merchants Do you know that of all the minor ailaro hoping that business loosens up con ments colds are by far the most dnn-rnous? It is not the cold its self that you siderably in that month to make up for need to fear, but tho serious diseases the dull days of March. that it often loads to. Most of thorn are known as gorm diseases. Pneumonia Cleaning Up. ana consumption are anions thom. Win- - . . Bige Gowan and Joe Bruce, the popu not tako Chamberlain's Coush Remedy and cure your cold while vou can For lar janitors at tho court house, begun sale by btockton fc Son. their spring cleaning last week and' the interior of the temple of justice has For Sale. been put in lis clean condition, as the Few thousand second hand brick. records of the county officers, who oc J. D. Kine & Son, cupy, it. x ' tf 219 Moberly avonuc r . John W. Siokolsmith. Greensboro.Pa. has three children, and lite most child ren they frequently tako cold. "Wchavo meu several Kinds or cough medicine, he says, 'but have never found any yet 's niai uui mem as mucn good as Cou-- h Remedy." For sale by aiocKion iv aon. Uliam-berlain- Will Be Ready. Yours for Fresh Goods A Special Medicine for Kidney Ailments. Many oldorly people have found in Foley's Kidnoy Remedy a quick rolief and permanent bonofit from kidney and bladder ailments and from annoyin urinary irregularities due to advancing years. Isaac N Regan, Farmor, Mo., say "Foley's Kidney Remedy effected complete euro in my case and I want others to know of it. Sold by Stockton & Son. "Daddy" Wagons, who has been coni fined to his room for several weeks with paralysis, is very much bettor and hopes" to be out within a fow days. Ho says the outlook for the.llve .stook market this season is vory bright apd he Intends to purchase vory heavily of all kinds of live stock. Pollard Here. O. II. Pollard, of Jackson, one of the noted mountain lawyers, who is a can didate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney Goneral, was in Richmond Friday in the interest of his candidacy, He is a hustler and has received much encouragement from all over the state. He should get a heavy vote in Madison on account of the proximity of his home county. ARKE Irvine Street Climax Telephone 39 g Best Job Printing Farmer Uses The The Best Implements Up-to-da- Climax Do It Now Richmond People Should Not Wait Untill It Is Too'Late. The appalling death rate from Kidney uiseaes is uue in mosi cases to llio tact tnat tue little kidney troubles are usually neglected untill they become ser ious. The slight symptoms give place to chronic disorders and tho sufrcror goes grauuauy imo grasp 01 aiaoeies, uropsy, Uright's disease pravel or some other serious form of kidney comnlaint. it you suffer Irom backache, headache dizzy spells; if the kidney secretions are irregular or passage and unnatural in appearance, do not delay. HoId the kidneys at once. lioan s Kidnoy nils are especially for kidney disordor&-the- y euro whore others fail. Over one hundred thousand people have recommended thom. Ilore is one of many cases in this vicinity. oamuei x. ureene, noil St., Jit. Stoning, Ky., says: '"I can corroborate the public statement I gave in .May 1903 in favor of Dam's Kidney Pills. I cannot tell how much sooA Doan's Kidnev Pills did me, iu fact. I doubt if I would bo alive wore it no for them. You can continue to use my name and say that I recommend the remedy hiirhlv. ' For 6ale by all dealers. PriceSO cents. Posier-Milbur- ii Co.. linilala New Yoik. sole aeeuts for tho United" Notice, Poultry Raisers! Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic. cures Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim- berncck. "When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healthy, but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stookton & Son. Try it undor the guarantee. Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. te FI ad We have the latest improved the farmers are rapidly discarding the old ones for the o w Shoriff McCord has collected tho tax es up so close, that what remains would Amos Langford. etc., Plaintiffs, ) vs. fiardly bo enough spending money for ) Fox, etc.. Defendants. an average lady turned loose in a bar Under and by virtue of a judgment gain sale. It Is olaimodthat his delin and order of sale rendered at the Februquent list is the smallest in years ary term of tho Madison Circuit Court, ooo tho undersigned Master Commissioner All farmers who are oxpectlng to have of said court will on stock for scrvico this spring should re- April 8, 1911 mombor that thoro is a big penalty for in front of the court house door, at 11 failure to register same, before service o'clock a. m., soil to the highest and At Bowling Green. begins. ' Many owners, who it is known best bidder tho following doscribod Mr. James M. Ross, who did tho work will bo in tho business this year, hav property: A parcel ot land known as the Jim of canvassing for the industrial edition never taken out license with tho Hudson place, near Clay's Ferry, and of tho Climax, issued last August, has county clork. supposed to contain four acres, and beooo ing tho same land coneyed to tho party just finished a special edition for tho County Clerk Tcrrill is anxious that ot tne urst part oy rneouoro tiacKer, Bowling Green News and the following and to said Hacker by lone Richardson, is clipped from that paper: Mr. James overseers of roads return their tim to Richardson by Commissioner of books to tho oftico at onco so they can and Madison Circuit Court, in tho case M, Ross, who, did the work of canvassthe in,j for andpreparing tho articles of The be checked up for tho Fiscal court's in of Judith W. Franklin, plaintiff vs. Jos. Nows special Industrial Edition, will spection. Without tho compliance of W. Hudson. The deeds are only re ferred to for a more particular descrip lcuvo tgnlgl't.Ior Madlsoiivillo, where ho this rule no claim can be allowed. tlon. ' otrt si similar edition for the will get Slid land will bo sold on a credit of Thoro aro many people in tho county Hustler of that city. He is absolutely who failed to pay thoir dog tax and six months time, tho purchaser to have competent and as straightforward and there is going to bo somo troublo if it is the privuego of paying cash if desired; if sold on timo tho purchaser will be relidnorablo as any man with whom we not dono soon. There is a stringent quired to execute bond with .approved have had any business rolations. Ho law against failure to pay this tax and security, payablo to tho Commissioner, and his wife and daughter mado many also one for failuro to list a dog. - Mag bearing C per cent, interest from date of friends during their stay here. istrate Emmett Taylor, of tho Million sale until paid, with a lion retained on tho land until all the purchase money is Its poor policy to wait untill you have district is going after several delinquents paid. n. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. a fire to begin thinking about insurance. in his section. Last week ho issued Dj it now. "Wo writo tho bost policies Uwcnty fivo warrants against owners of dogs, who have failed to comply with t- -f . Dan H. Breck. ... the law, Squiro Dykes held a rogular session of "gBehutiful. Plaintiff, ) his court last Monday to try several Luther Todd, etc., vs. Never in many' spring' seasons have civil cases. On account of tho peace Speed Todd, etc., Defendant ) the ladies of this county been so enthus and harmony existing in his district the Under and by virtue of a judgment iastic .over tho new showings of millin docket was unusually light and order ot sale rendered at tho Feb. ery. Tho oponings wero announced for term of tho Madison Circuit Court, the Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur undersigned Master Commissioner of Thursday and Friday of, last week, and from all appearances eclipsed any anco in tho vory bost old lino Companie said court will, on f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. foraior oponings. Richmond has, in April S, 1911 the past few years, taken in a wido ter11 o'clock a. m., in front of the court at Rough Times. ritory in tho millinery trado and thp houses dcor, in Richmond, Ky., sell to Mr. Richard Gentry, the woll known the highest and best bidder 4 surrounding counties aro now pouring tracts of hardware drummer, spent several days land, located on tho waters of Muddy in lot of business here on account of last week along ihe Q. &. C. railroad be county, Ky., and Creek, in Madison shops and tho high class tween Danvillo and tho Tennessee line. containing the following number of tho offerings. The local millinery stores and says the firemen's striko has tied acres: up Tract Xo. I. The properly of Luthor aro as complete as can bo found in tho set business torribly. ne was at Somer and Burnsido and tho morchants and Speed Todd, containing 23 3 acres' city; and arc as reasonable In price. there have been unable to recoivo any Todd being the owner of 5 of goods by freight for the past, ton days. Luther this land. Eggs For Sale. Ho sold several bills of goods, but there Tract No. 2. Tho property of is no telling when their and Speed Todd, containing 59 8 From my Single Comb Brown Leg- - destination as verythey can reach trains few freight acres. Luther Todd being tho owner of horas, $1 per setting of 15 eggs, or 10 aro operating. of this land. oggs for $2. Also breeder of Bourbon proporty of Jos. Tract No. Great Newspaper Bargins. and i'attio 3. Tho bpecd Todd, con Red Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpington, and 1G acres. Jos. and Pattio Evans Tho Cincinnati Enquircr(weokly) reg- taining and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of ular price concspondonce. $1.00. beina tho owners of 5 ot this land. Tract No. 4. The property of Frank Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, ivansas uiiy journal iwcoKiyi .20 and barali Ames and speed Todd, con R, D. No. 3, Richmond, Ivy. Both m9 2mo 31.25 taining 42 2 acres. Frank and Pattio of this My price for tho two big weeklies only Ames being tho owners ot ' Rent. So cents for one year. This offer is land. Tho above Ware house on Orchard street and L. during the month of March only. Post tho judgmentland is fully described in herein by metes and &N;. Rail Road, about 1,500 feet floor age stamps accepted. T. J. Tribblo. bounds and reference is hereby made to space, now tight floor. Newspapers and Magazine Agency. said judgment for a full description ot 'i-Colby Taylor. Lake Roba Box 11. . Richmond Ky. tho land. The land will bo sold on a Tekhs: credit of six months time, tho purchasFor Sale. er will bo required to execute sale bonds O.ld fashioned sidoboard in black bearing six per cent, interest from dato walnut. Apply to Mrs. Homer Walker. of sale, payablo to the, Commissioner to 1 1. Richmond. Ky. havo the force and effect of a judgment with a lien retained on the laud until For Rent all tho purchasa money is paid. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. O. C. Tlirco rooms over store formerly occu pied! Dy J. B. Walker on Second street. Commissioners Sale, From the Basement to the Roof We carry in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS Saturday To Phone 00 wares yimoer Co CorDer Maia & 0rc!iard Richmond, A Wonderful Display of Handsome China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display j Commissioners Sale. Sewell 140-14- 2 North Second Street -- k McKinney Telephones 16 and 223 Our Grocery Department will have early VEGLT BLE5 and the choicest the market affords Saturday, 1 v 4-- The Wonder of the : Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. "When in town don't fail to see the new 5-- 4-- 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Ekler's. "We are hoadquarters for 6, ImmI 35 cent good- I -am buy many items that ordinarily sell Hr a dime I - 1 contsyouget values worth up to a quarter. We Rve every h . Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Vo.ifr,i Brushes, Cullory, etc., and overy price marked in plain Hguros. Li. household goods here and SAVE MOXEY 5 cents you .For ' Good Quality obacco Canvas at 2 1 -- 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Buildin Amil a Victim. tf 3c per yard . New Improved Wm. J. Oliver witfe a gtsaranteeagainst breakage of frog' aad a point and a taadslide that is independent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented The automobile fever has struck the popular soft drink manufacturer, Amil Lot. adioinlnc: the ball nark and also Lorisch, and he went to Louisville last tho Jsoft drink privilege. See T. C. f. Friday, where ho purchased a four pas- - Vaughan. songer car of the very latest model. Mrs. Lorisch accompanied him. They: brought tho car through in record-- ! breaking time with the assistance of an On account of his expert chauffeur. increasing business in the surrounding counties, ho will use the automobile for making quick deliveries. t-- For Rent A Dobrowsky All SeH take no other. Remember the name Doan'e and TAYLOR & OLDHAM Napoleon 82 1 A. B. A. J. Sired by Tarkinslon's Xaooleon:black jack with white points, 10 hands high. 1st dam by Tarkington's Colo'sus: 2nd dam by Caldwell's Liberty; 3rd dam by Stiggall's Black Hawk; 4th dam by Peters' Black Hawk; 5th dam by imported Bertram. Napoleon is a famous breedor on both mares and Jennets. A jack, 15 2 hands hicb. bavin? been recently to Tennessee parties for SS00.00. sold If you arc looking for a jennet jack it is no experiment breeding to Napoleon he is a sure breeder. NAPOLEON is 10 hands high.O-yoarold, black with white points, extra weight and length, large foot and bone, good head, neck t.nd ear and is a No. 1 breeder. I went to see his colts before buying, as I wanted something extra as an individual and breeder, and will stand at s. Deputy U. S. MaijTiaY Billy Mays brought her6 last wcekftpurt Rose, of Estill county and arrangcJUdilm before Commissioner Bennett, charged with " unlawfully selling liqutfr. ne gave bond for his appearance hero at tho April tcrni of the Federal court. A brother, Selvin Roso has been serving n sentence for a similar offense in jail nore.' Deputy Mays took James Floyd of Pulhki county, who ' has been awaiting tho Federal court, to Frankfort last Thursday, where. ho confessed to selling whiskey unlawfully and was sentenced by Judge Cochran. He has been in jail here sincee D.eo.g'mbor. ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Beuoh Tailored Rt-a.- i Wear Guaranteed r. Shrink or Fade x WW u You Take No Risk Our Reputation and Money are Back of This Offer. We pay for all tho medicine used during thcUrial if our remedy fails to completely relievo you of constipation. Wo tako ail tho risk. You are not obligated to us in any way whatever if you accept our o'ffer. Could anything bo more fair for you t Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test? -OThe most scientific common sonso rjtmcnt is Rexall Orderlies, which are They aro very pro CHjcn like candy. nounccd, gentle and pleasant in action, and particularly agreeable In every way. u.itey ao not cause uiarrnces, nausea, flatulence, griping or any inconvonionce. whatever. Rexall orderlies are. paYticu-- 1 larly good for children, aged and deli-- J cate persons. yeto Ready to wear Goods ire arriving dally. Respeatlully TEle-gautjsbyl- Idie omitiodore Onward On) of the best bred trotting horses that lias ever been brought to Madison coilhty. Will niako the season of 1911 at my place near Richmond, on tho Foltr Milo Road, at - 50 years experience the factory guarantee fc suits, all sizes frcm smallest Boy to largest man. Newest stc:': in city to select from $15 to Insure a Living Foal. Monoy duo when colt is foaled tir mare Is parted with. Mrs, J, Mr-Barlo- w 525 to Insure a Jack Colt; 310 to Insure a Jcnnett Colt and same for a Mule Colt To Stand Up and Suck. . jvT6il)Son Building Main Street - parted with or bred to anether liorse or jack. Lien on coll until'service fee Is paid. Mares Kept at iu cents per nay. Evry precaution will, be taken to avoid accidents or escapes, but will not bejetpoaftible for aay ;that may occur. .our risk. Stabwc elesed'oa Hw4aj member, Monev due whea colt is foaled, maro This is a chanco for many Madison county oWhors to secure a Toyally brd I colt at a low price. Commodore Onward is a wonderfully bred horso hid sire being tho champion Vice Commodore, 2:11, a son of tho great Bid Jan. .His.dam Proxy took a race record ot 2;24 and' is. by Timo On ard, Sire of the great stake- winner, Jlargin, 2:05 3His second dam ' was jthe daughter of Happy Medium, the tiro of Nancy Hanks. He has. roy 1 blood in his veins on both sides and goes back through a generation of jondorfully bred horses. "Syrito for fulj description card to -i and Furnishing Gcxxls, s Cases, Trunks, VrnV etc., at lowest prices class goods. Hals Fine Line New Style 1 k .ROY C WHITE, Two sitae. 10c and 25c ReRexall Remedies ma James Si Crutcher iehmeml, Kentucky .1 we? if, J. B. Stou 0ldcst EtMhed Clothing; and Tailoring House in Richmond ft A ft ff 0 Wlen You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It ij 'difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishing at one time . .You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive witkihew things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Try It A And that's why them; our trade is the most critical in. Madison county, and must have the best. A Kenton Suits Eits when you put it on, and it Keeps on fitting. The vjre sell j j Kenton Suits Hanan Shoes Lower Prices on 3 I w Fit and Wear a H I 1 I to sell all Hanan Low Cuts and all plain leather high shoes at Five Dollars, instead of Five Fifty. The low cuts come decided We have Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. ' shoulders keep their perfect form the collars still set well around the neck the fronts and lapels hold the shape put into them by careful conscientious tailoring; and the fabric, be it wor sted, cheviot or serge, retains its freshness be-- in all leathers, including the finest Patent Calf and Kid; the high shoes come only in plain leathers, such as fine vici kid, gun metal, etc. The high shoes in patent are Six Dollars. These prices are Fifty Cents and a Dollar a pair lower than Lexington, Louisville and Cincinnati, and we believe our sales will be more than double in volume by this reduction. i We ask you carefully to compare Hanan Shoes with any other makes, and see the difference BENNETT and H cause of its superior quality. Spring Suits are ready in a profusion of beautiful patterns and styles. Browns and Tans, Blues and Grays in every conceivable combination of attractive colorings. Many of these suits come only one suit of a kind, for men who want something different from other men. manship For Men." note the finer material and exquisite workwear a pair and see how they keep their shape and good looks UNDERTAKING iood upright Piano for sale at bargain Address Business Office formal School. and you will believe as we believe that "They Are The Finest Made Come and see the new Spring Styles when you're ready. Smokej&K, dollar. Thos. A. Shollon, agent for Ilurst Cull on Covington & Thorpe for ero Home Insurance Co. Write me or phono corios. You will save 10 cents on every 151 ring 2. Union Oity, Ky. 2 s. Jyr 10c 5c tf $5.00 All low cuts, &nd all plain' $6.00 For the finest The largest assortment and bost selected line of $8.00 low shoes and slippers Rico & Arnold. fur ladies at. Ask to sec our bargains in ladles Black and Tan slippers at 51.00. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. Tor dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. tf Cook with gas. Its cheaper We would suggest early buying for choice selections. Low heel strap sandlcs in suodo and Rice & Arnold. When in seed of Blaoksmi thing in any patent for largo girls. of its branches, Fanning Implements, For Rent Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber Houso and lot on Broadway, Possess- 1 ires &c get prices from II. E. Miller, ion July 1st. See Z. T. Rico. f. Union City, Ky. t-- Rice& Arnold. patent colt leather high shoes and patent kid A great stock of other dress shoes at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 a ri" ,1 Kenton Suits $15 to $25 Opera House. "I suffered habitually from constipa-i.on- . Doan's RoguleU relieved and Don't fail to see Evans fc Evans at the strengthened the bowels, so that they opera house tonight and Thursday night. E. They are one of the best acts playing in have been regular over since, "-lais. Groeer, Sulpher Springs, Tex. vaudeville, and only here for two nights. A.' Other Good Suits $10 to $12,50 For Sale. Irish potatoes in any quantities. mer Deatberage. Thane 152. El- New Housa Lost tins office Mr. Carl Todd, broke ground last week tf for a beautiful modern dwelling on WoodlawnAve. The firm of Todd& Son have the contract. All members of Richmond Lodgo Xo. P. O. E. are requested to meet at tho club rooms this morning at 10:30 For Sale. Mr. Green day is hot after several promptly, to attend the funeral of BroI have three rubber tired buggies, two miscreants, who have been causing him ther Caswell Tribble. It. B. Terrill, E. It. nad wagons, must be seM at onoc Good no little trouble of late by interfering m uff and in good shape. A. B. Faris, Sec'y. Robert Walk- with his stook. He has lost three hogs recently, and he thinks he has the guil40-er. Richmond. Ky. The Monk That Shook The It will be a treat to visit E. V. Eider's ty parties spotted. millinery department and see the new World. Grovor's soft sole shoes for tender feet. Helmet stylos and all the desirable Rice & Arnold. Rev. E. B. Barnes will give a free ed- lecture at the Christian church To Ashland. nesday evening at 7:30, on tno aoove Rev. Ashley Reeves, son of Mr. and Mrs. subject. All are cordially invited to James Reeves, of this city, who has attend. This is tho second lecturo in a I will be in Richmond Monday. April "S (Conrt Day) and will pay cash for a been pastor of the Christian church at a series of "Great Reformers." Paris, Tonn., for several years, has accarload ef good and medium colts. Hustling. cepted a call to the Ashland (Ky.) Respectfully, Mr. John Soxton, who is anxious for one of the largest congregations church, John Williams. of that city. He is quite a young min- Grand Council honors at tno annual Notice of Application meeting of Kentucky Red Men in Ow- ister, but has hold important charges. ensboro in Slav, is certainly not lotting Notice is hereby given that I will apNotice to Creditors any grass grow under his feet in his canply to the Governor of the state 'of Ken i ucky for a pardon for the killing All persons having claims against the vass of the different tribes of the state. of Shelby Harrison, Lexington, Ky, in 1004 estate of James O. Lackey, deceased, He has sent a personal letter to nearly every Red Man in Kentucky, and his are horoby notified to present same 11 2 t Julius Gordon as required by law to the friends all over the state are also hustverified undersigned Executors ofjsaid James C. ling in his behalf. Notice Lackey for yaiCment on or beforo the I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar Visit Elder's milUnery department first day of May 1911. And all persons Lrg,.at my home on Big Hill avenue at the said James C. and see the beautiful spring styles ai boing indebted to 41-' $1. 00. Money due when service is Lackey either by note or account, are such reasonable prices. for sale seme nice shoats I have notified to come and pay same without Attention. large enough for service. futhcr notice, and save cost. Given unW. B. Turlcy You are requested to be present at our hands as executors of James C Big Hill Ave. der morning, n Lackey. This the 20th day of March the service next Sunday you have been at any time a member of 1911. Lost the Christian church, here or elseExecutors J where. Come early and secure a Beat. Black sow, weighs about 275 pounds, Strayed All the friends of tho church are invit right ear about half gone. Misses Xell Donnelly and Mary Con- ed. The matter of building a larger from my piece adjoining farm of Mrs. W J. Collin;, on Union pike; about way will take pleasure in showing tho house of worship isliuder consideration, March 10th. Reward for information many beautiful creations in spring and and the action next Sunday will mean summer millinery at Elder's store. much to the future of tho cause in leading to recovery. 4l-iO- - f Nkal FonuBs. Drop in. Rev. E. B. Babxes. 5S1 B. 2t At the Opera house Friday and Saturday the roost remarkable exhibition of bird intelligence ever seen in this city, For Rent was given. They were known as" Soutii House and lot or the Summitt. At American Cockatoos and did everything present occupied by President Crabbe. talk. Possession given Jny 1st. Apply to Z. but T Rico. After 'Mm. or lorasy laforma'tion of him. Large white raahese oat, disappeared liiree weeks go. Reward If returned to Wonderful. Covington & Bonks THE STORE FOR QUALITY Attention-Elks- ! Mule Colts Supt. D. "O. Bridges, of tho Lancast GradoJ Schools, who has just been chosen to succeed Supt. Coates, of the Richmond Schools. several months at Eureka Springs, Ark., Colored Woman Dead Whopper Verdict Close Up. whose health-givin- g waters aro known The sentiment of tn peopi U being Sallie W. Turner, a well known color Bur-lo- y In the Bourbon circuit court The all over the country, but he was taken Tobacco Society was awarded a ver- od women of this oity died at the Hub- - ascertained by Port mater Wallace as ill at Hot Springs, where ho had stopped i bard hospital, Nashville, last week fot- - , dosing tKt pealoilice oa Sunday, and off for a day or two with friends, and dict of 840,000 against the Louisville & Nashvillo railroad lost Thursday. TJie lowing an operation. She was weJ l seems thai, with very few exception, although everything was done to stay Of Tho many friends in this county will the diseaso ho row rapidly worse. Born suit grow out of tho burning of large to- - j known aaengr the white people and a" are anxions for sock a move. ' AT iAl regret to learn of the death of Alltn and reared in Madison, ho WaS Widely 1 Itl.tium In , nrwn stood high with her race in this seetien. oenne the dhttribnthig and oallecting of uav uaius ah .uiuukauuig, tit will he oentinned. and the general Brown, which occurred very suddenly known and his death will bo received were stored almost a million pounds of She was the wife of George Tnmer. k last Thursday at his homo at Ford. Mr. with unfeigned sorrow by many pooled tobacco. The baras were situat-- has been with Itioe A Arnold for several , delivery window would ho opened a Brown had been complaining for some throughout the county. alongside tho road and it was claimed years as a trustworthy employe. Her shfl tan ench morning for the' benefit Ied a spark from an engine sot fire to remains were brought to Frankfort last of the tra retime pnblie. time, but up until the day of his death Thursday, her former home, for Inter- would lake turn about making tho SunBefore buying your spring hats visit the structure. his illness gave no causo for alarm. He ment. She was accompanied te Nash- day collect iett. Portmaeter Wallace was 'seated in his home talking to his E. V. Elder's Millinery Dept. a Ik Mas that it would relieve ix em ville by her physieian I)r Ghotetou. wife when the sudden summons came. Pleasant Sight ptoyees, of eight each Sunday, only Apoplexy is the cause assigned for his Elks' Team. two being required lor duly Court Day Dinner. With the warm days the court ixmse immediate demise. Mr. Brown was Richmond Lodgo of Elks will have a Meps have been swarming with those The ladies of the Bapth ohursh will propend eJaehnr rule. forty-thre- e years of age and a native of to represent them in the folks who come out as early in the serve dinner at the Masonic Temple iea Clarke, but was well known on this side base ball team Madison County League. Thero are sprinz as the snakes, and which is the Monday, (County Court Day) April 3rd. Lost of tho river. His widow Is a daughter many fast players members of tho local best sign that old winter has broke. The A good dinner for 25 cents. 49-Light Gray Orerenat en Irvine of Dr. T. J. McGuiro, near Red House, lodge, and a good team can bo organized sunshine Saturday brought the ther-wit- h just beyond water work. Ketwra to and a cousin of Mrs. Clifton Weaver, of the material on hand. It is talked mometor up to summer heat and the Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Judge J. C. Cbenault or to Climax outee. this city. The funeral and burial took - older citizens enioyed the afternoon around that other fraternal organizaplaco Saturday morning at Winchester. I tions of the county will organize teams basking in the sun. and get into this league. is More to iSSU '"I Deaths ... .- -li ; 3 et 3t pro-por- ly Tonight el Scranton, Another good sinking and dancing comcdicnne.tonight and Thursday night. act-Haz- ron-ur-re- d. Special 5ale. Wo will for ten days only, beginning Apr.l 1st., sell Cut Star tumblers for 10 cents each. Tho regular price is f 2.00 per dozen. These prices will bo for Sewell & McKmcey. cash only. SV"8 Two Wed. Shacklford officiated at the wedding of Mr. James Best and Miss EmaiaLong at the court houe last Wednesday. Both are from Cottonburg and t Is tho socond matrimonial venture while of each. The groom is sixty-si- x Squire Dykes his bride is sixty-oigh- t. tied nho nuptial knot that united nuston Sewell and Ottio Biker, both of Brass- JUdge field) 2t WE OFFER And Recommend for Investment Will Build. Tho congregation of the Richmond Christian church are seriously consider ing the erection of a handsomo newed.-fic- e Tho to replace tho present one. matter has been under advisement for a long time, but nothing definite could be A special meeting next settled on. Sunday will likely bring out tho final action on the matter. The church has some of the wealthiest citizens of tho community among its members, and ono of tho most imposing structures In this section of the state will be erected if the church makes its decision next Sunday to rebuild. Big Trade. R..A. Stiebel, who represents tho big tobacco manufacturing concern of It. A. Patterson & Co-- , in this district, was in tho qity last week on his rogular trip. Mr. stiebol has sold millions 01 pounas of smoking and chewing tobacco and ho saya .he people of this country arc using d and more each day. Ho is the leading salesman for his company, hav ing Jieen in tho sejvice for tho past twenty years. Grjiver's soft solo slippers for tender Rice & Arnold. feet. Death has again placed its hand upon nn oxccllent woman, Mrs. Thomas King having been called to tho great beyond last Wednesday, at her homo on Estill street. Sho was a native of Jessamine and was Miss Newman boforo her marriage to Joshua Williams, but after his death she was married to Thomas King and moved to Estill, where she lived for many years before coming to Richmond about five years ago. Several months ago sho sustained a severe fall and on account of her advanced age was unable to withstand tho shock. Sho novor had any children, but her lifo was spent in rearing to man and womanhood, seven orphans, who stand out today as monuments to her Christian character and charitable life. Sho was a most remarkable woman in this respect, although of Her second husvory limited means. band survives her. Tho remains were taken to Lexington Saturday and interred after services at tho grave by Dr. W. Porter, of the Baptist church, that city, to which faith sho had allied hrsRlf earlv in life and lived up to its teachings in a true and devout way. Cook with gas. Its cheaper Lodge Sorrow. fwwra THt ;rrfll There Paint of The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co., one of the most enterprising concerns of Last Friday evening was the regular this section, closed a deal last Saturday Lodge of Sorrow with Richmond Lodge by which it becomes tho owner of seven No. 5S1 B. P. O. E., and the beautiful lots opposite its big warehouse near tho ' and impressive services to commemor& A. depot, situated partly on Wal- -' ate the memory of the. late Brother nut and Third Streets. F.ve of the lots James C. Lackey wero joined in by a were purchased from Hamilton & Tliur goodly number of the membership. man, tho real estate dealers, and two Eulogies wero delivered by Judge from Blanton & Congleton.- - Being ex- Shackelford, John Noland and Thomas ceedingly optimistic as to the outlook J. Smith. Each of these were beautifor the loose leaf market in this section, ful tributes to a departed brother by they mado this purchase with a view those who had served with him ir the to enlarging their present warehouse so order and know him as one of the most as to double tho capacity. Tho price i popular members of the organization I was $3,000. here. Purchases Lots. than the color. Whw you paint don't just select the shade and at H go at that Make sure also that yon aro using paint that will wear, continue to look well, bald its enter long, stay en the job and give good honest servwe. It takes pahu Nke the brands to we-se- ll give service Nke this. H.75L PHONE Lexington, Ky Perry MAIN ST 3S t J FURNITURE CARPETS J, 326-33- D. PURGELL Incorporated RUGS DRAPERIES t 4 0 W. Main Richmond Elecfric & Power Company's Six Per Cent Convertible, First Mortgage In Denominations of of $100.00, $500.00 and $l,000r00 At 100 and Interest (subject to prior sale) These Bonds can be converted into the 5even Per Cent Preferred Stock of the Electric Company, which stock is issued in exchange for the Bonds and for no other purpose and pays dividends quarterly. Non-Taxabl- e, Descriptive Circular Mailed on Application S. C. Helming & Co. Investment Securities 1 16 South Rfth-54ree- t, Louisville, Ky. aYork, N. Y. 71 Broadway, New MEMBERS New York Stock Stock xohMe, Chtatf o xelJville The news of tho death of Caswoll W. Tribble was received horo last Saturday Mr. Trib- evening with much sorrow. death, occurred at Hot Springs, ble's A'k., about eight o'clock Saturday ev oning and the news came in the form of a telegram from Mr. A. C. Scanlan, who hns boon soiourning at Hot Springs for sevoral weeks. The first telegram from Mr. Scanlan, received Friday evening, announced the critical Illness of Mr. All that is stylish in hats can be found Tsibblo and summoning members of his Nuckols. j in our millinery department this season family to his bedside. Mr. R. C. Stock E. V. Elder. at .once, A telegram received here last Thurs top and Miss Mary Tribble-lof- t dav announced the death of John M. but arrived a few hours after his death Gook with gas. Its cheaper NucliDlsr which occurred at his home in The funeral services were conducted Kansas City on Wednesday. iSo par this morning at the home on West Main The Lymaa Twins. ticulij-- were given. Mr. .Nuckols was street by Rev. E. B. Barnes, and inter years of age and a native of ment followed in Richmond cemetery At the opera houso next Tuesday ov elghtf-thre- e eninc. April 4th, one of the prettiest Woof Lford county. Uo was an uncie 01 with sorvices at the grave by Richmond musical comedies on tno road will be Mess s. Samuel C. and Charles Nuckols, Lodge of Elks. Tho illness which tho attraction and with tho troupo is of i rsallles, and Mrs Robert Stockton, caused the death of Mr. Tnbblo was oi probably the oldest actress on the Aracr- of tlv s city. He is survived by his wire, about two years, and during that time imrnstaire. Mrs. Katheryn M. Evans, who was formerly Miss Jackson, of n$ one evor suffered more and endured who was a member of tho "Our Ameri Clarke county, and ono daughter and an affliction, such as had fastened a can Cousin" company the night that onefs) n. ho)d on this popular man, with greater President Lincoln was shot. Sho tells courage than he. His Jovial dispost Looks Good. of that awful night how the shot was tUn, at all times, had endoared him to heard, most of tho audience thinking it Spr nsr chicken will come this season a long list of friends, and during his two was part of tho play at hrst. uow much earlier than usual and it Is likely voars of illness, when he would oe con Booth jumped from the presidential that he average consumer will not have vaiesclng at times, his happy spirit and wr rauirht his spur in tho flag that to do: iy himself-lhesluxuries from now trrihet fellowship always prevailed, ho draned ft, and fell on tho ataze break until iext December, on account of the t0 or8ot his serIous condi' inghis log. Then tho .vast audience price - Country people, especially Mad tido.. Ho has been a member of Rich over seats, for ison county folks, have improvcu mo mond Lodce No. 58L B. P. O. E. for A in a bodv. rushed getting tholr companions, and realizing breedbf chickens in tho past few" years mltny years and no moro popular mem what happened all made for tho stnge andii iw poultry raising is one of the bor has ever joined tho ranks of Elk shouting, amid ladles screaming, who chief sccupations of the farmer. This (ddm. "Although his monas reaiaea ,J It knew not what to do. Tho stage was year Lhero will bo a largo number of i vriien .he .leit .nere several uuj s ugi iut fillod with actors and actresses with sprinjiers on the market, duo to early Eitreka Springs, Ark., that his condt their make, ups oiv ia.a moment, and hatoH fags tnd mild weather, facientino tin was such he would probably never citizens clamored for tho assassin who metht Is of feeding and attending to reiurn alive, yet tho news of his ae&tn iaped by way of the backdoor, mount- - xhick ns has taken the placo of the old wils somewhat of a shock, so beloved dlil horse in "waiting, and' got away. worn ut ways. There has keen very he by all who know him. Besides She is today at little Sckness snoa. poultry this wln- - hifpareaU, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Trlfe- fat kter her e, one of the jblliest wewbefc i of- ter.JM leiW nww to. expect plenty of bliitkM ; risers surviv ;St, Mis . . tli'a Twins UMBpany ana all M&hU:kBlMdyal tew prices. BMrthf Of th lfaW. Id eity. jmttot H wJ.hirty-iir- t IMP- - Mr. Tribbk hTbopd to gas. cheepe s e . Our prices are always the lowestCompare Values they prove you save money when you a buv here. Hundreds of Critical Home Furnishers have been delighted with what they found w in these two departments, and many have been amazed to find such large assortments EVERY KIND THAT IS GOOD Tapestry Brussels Rugs $ 0 1 t 5 i Furniture Specials t t a Extension Table If there is any color soli o mo you wish to carry out you will find a pattorn in this lot in the right color. Floral, Oriental and Tapestry designs. Size 8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. C in. " For those who admire this sort of a rug they are beautiful in both color and pattern. Size 0 Good enough for any room in the home. feet by 12 feet. Furniture Specials Sideboard $20.25 Made of quarter sawed oak. highly poliaoetL Has large plate glass mirror, lined drawer for silverware. Axminster Rugs $19.50 $21.60 This table is made from genuine quarter sawed oak, highly polished. Has an extension of eight feet, five inch top and very large pedestal. forty-- Made of a fine grade of Brussels. Size 10 ft Most any pa' 'era or combination of color that you may want. 6 in. by 12 ft. Odd 5ize Tapestry Brussels Rugs $18.75 1 Iron Bed $750 Enameled 1b white and geld or V has two inch continuous post, mallea steel fillings. Martia roR and Morris Chair $11.50 quarter sawed oak or mahogany, has best of chase leather cushion seat and baok. Made of t All China Cabinet $18,89 quarter-sawe- d Odd 5ize Axminster Rugs $ 6 Made of the best quality axminster in a variety otchoice patterns. Size 8 ft. 3 In. by 10 ft. 6 in. A good rug for bed room and reeoptien hall Dining Chairs $1.60 Made of solid oak, golden oak fteisa. best chair ever offered at the priee. The oak, highly pol Brussels Rugs $13.50 Oriental and floral patterns in this spring's newes. creations, sizes u oy 12 teet. t t t it T ished. Has bent glass ends and door, mirror in the back. Hearth Rugs $1.75 to Refrigerator $ 10.48 lumber, golden Made of kiln-drie- d round corners, provision oak finish, nd kw etauaber lined with galvaeiz Dandy little rugs either in Smvrn.i or Axminster in a beautiful blending of colors. Oriental and floral designs. $550 Basement Specials Self Wringing Mops 79c Never wet or soil tho hands. regularly at SL50. SeW by agents Axminster and Wilton Velvet - Carpets $1.10 a Yard , In floral, Omntaidiul PeMsn designs. aUrly sold for a jkd. Reg- -. Waickxf Toilet Tissue 7 RoJfe 25c m MiMote ptUeroft. Jaf MattknCRuis 48e Xntttsg Bfl, SipieX lt Wtjtttl I Kegnter prioe MS. ' entifim - ojyp itot nr Cook wth Its c tr 1M I 'I -- ir " i i.aiiir - -- $! A Week W 7W 5t -- MK ,f W i 7i jr w W 711s It is a shamt the way women have, been obliged to imjc sewing machines that cause aching backs, tirod limbs, annoyances with broken threads, broken needles, uneven stitches, ugV dust, etc., etc. It is because we know that in these faults have The FREE-aMo- f been ovorceme, that we offer this marvelous machine at our customers' own terms, even as low as $1.00, and at a price so low that we do not dare to tell you what it is in this adecitiscact because able to apthen yom. weuM net-be 1 A'XJ C TION " -" OVERSTOCKED 1911 BricaBfac This will be a rare opportunity to purchase high class Jewelry at bargain prices Remember the date April 5th, continuing JO days profesjsional auctioneer will conduct the sale. . ; 7f 7f UN f IS In i 7I 71 7I 7m y viM viz 7W Tlx vli k R VM VM NB In Sn In il' In ISs N SN ' ss m ss preciate what a perfect machine it really is. And it is for flic same reaon that we want yon te take The FREE on I will inaugurate the MOST STUPENDOUS AUCTION SALE ever held in Richmond in my line. There will be two sales daily, "one at 2 p. ' ' m. and the other at 7 p, m. Everything in my store will be offered for sale, and my stock of ' Begtaning Apir A high grade r ' DysTrl AVr In your Home Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Brass, Cut Glass, UN women o couMrv can find out first hand just how light running, how fMt Mwiag, htm beautiful, how perfect witching The FREE" is. That's why we weat you to tei twliertthat The FRFE Srwing MaHiiiic with in score of thoroughly improvement will revolutionize the jewing mirhine business just as soon Statuary and all kindred goods will be ptit under the hammer. at Ifcc The iar M 4m. up-o-d- Sewing Machine sew on it for 30 days. Try this machine test it sew with it on ail ttBtis'of material -- if you then are not entirely satisfied if you are not convinced that it is the best machine you hare ever sewed on the most improved, tr rf (be lew price does not convince you that this is the the smsI biggest baqgaiB you have ever bought, return the machine ta us and we will retastd your deposit so that the trial will not cost you one cent. Bnwen. RoMrrSenet Fia.HsAMMBaur Testis Yeaaar few km awnm sVntnii shetmKcteaM. 1H dim ShaHle Ejector. tttAalottanc lui kssm'ik rrrn Mt wtk a TWyW OsjiwUtt. Ms limil HtU LiKk. ta nwsSwrf ImsM Boh aar. lis Swmk frri sad bt S rein 7snK"viikmiinWsnaittsnsa(B1 sH wUm-sJi- ei lilt niiciS Bes'ias. m lsrws Ismwhllcr k The FREE" wftl bt nl.l rmcMs it. a akssas tmt twlw Mr m SM cmmtwft assnsssnr InnsHikk. Laduae sissmsu. FREE Nil rmlnNflf Come and see Ihe FREE tomorrow Luman and Higgins Betsy's Pointers Lackey The Home of TeJepbooe Tailored Suits, Dresses? Costumes? Millinery In announcing the completion of our 5pring we feel that we can of fashion" our invite you "the last hearken foreign permit us place New and connections fore you the very of the courtier's art. and And perhaps the best part we have say lowest that the to highest, considering the garment, merit and beauty of each .are modest every instance. Extraordinary Showing and 5ale of and 5mall Women A very extensive collection in various types strictly tailored hip length coats, soutache embroidered and braid trimmed dressy models, made of shepherd checks, fine French serge, mannish mixtures and imported worsteds. Farm News The handsome home, in course of ereotion by County Attorney O. P. Jack-- j g son will be completed about the middle! Items of Interest to The FarMuch Sickness Due to Bowel of April. It is situated near tho East mer, the Grower and the T' End Christian church and tho first of; Stockman. Disorders. sevoral new. dwellings that will likely be erected in that section of the city thi Have you read the good points of i;ho spring and summer. and take it home with you for a month's trial dilferent horses and jack that progres A doctor's first question whon sive Jladison county breeders are adver by a patient Is, "Are your bowols To London. tising in tho Climax. Look over them regular lie knows that 93ior cunl. of Mr. Hon Hurst, of the Kiclimbndj carefully. Somo of tho finest horso ;tnd illness is.nttonded with inactive bowels) lloutiug 5: Plumbing Co., was ' in- Lon-- juck stock in tho country right hero in and torpid liver, aiU that this condition don Inst wook where ho wont to givd Madison. must bo removed gently and thoroughly the oitizons of tlmt city somo expert before health can be restored. figuring on lion ting and plumbing for In the noli saddjo horso "futurity, to Rosnll Orderlies are a positive, pleasthe many now buildings thai". will bo be contested for at tho Cluo Grass fair," ant and safe romedy for constipation replace at once, which wore destroyed 1 Lexington, and the Missouri tate fair and bewel disorders in general. We are by the fierce firo las fell. at'Sodalla in mil. '12 and 'VJ,' Madnon great curative value so certain of their My idea of rea anger is when that vie promise to return the purchas Cook with gas. Us cheapen county stallions cut quite a llgure as nearly every owner in tho county of a a woman has been dealing with er's money in every ease when they fail ' saddle stallion, and there somo good grocery for a long time and to produce ontire satisfaction. 'one J ones too has nominated his horse. This cash, and then finds out Rexalt Orderlies are oaton Hke oandy, will be one of tho richest saddle stakos Utey act quietly, and have a - soothing, a neighbor 1ms been paying less strengthening, healing influence on the What He Said of Germs for and is offorcrt by tho for the same. Better join me entire intestinal tract. They do not ' Saddjo and Show Horse Chronicle, tho that Cause Disease. in a few visits to a place where purge, gripe, eause nausea, flatulence, new horso paper pf Lexington. Of the 51. Pasteur, sometimes prices are lowest and? no favor excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other Greatest Physician often said called flit Madison county stallions nominated are "I belfevj ites. annoying offeot. They are especially that we shall one day rid tho world of Jack Twlgg and Lord Rourbon owned good for children, weak persons or oW all diseases that arc caused by germs.'' by Edgar Doty; Kentucky Peavine and folks. Twosiios, 45c and 10c. Sold Of all the diseases caused by gonns, Pilspatrick,, owned by Rue Duorson; of the only at our store Tito Rexall Store. catarrh is oneCatarrh most persistent anfl Madkon Rex, owned by Farris ilcCord: loathsome. canoe cured, but Rex Ponvine, owned by 'Y. L. I look acta 5 III. - Perry. only by dbstroying the germs. Bronthc II YOilEf (pronounce it High-o-m- e) Crestlnnd, owned by W. C. Pitzpatrick . and cure catarrh by killing the Best Patent Flour. Dealing Lo germs. Tho IIYOMEI method 1s the Van Renlon has purchased about Unreo 100 pounds lot $2.70; 500 pounds lot only sensible method, because you breath 62 Opera House Building S2.5. Cut IUte Grocery Stores. the highly antiseptic and germ killing hundred hogs the past month for June air directly over the entire meinbranu and July dqlivery, paying $0.00 per cwt. infested with catarrh germs. IIYOMEI will euro catarrh. Therq Several weeks ago lie purchased a bunch may bo some complicated cases where it for $7.00 and the next dajMho market will fail, but the chances arc ten to' one took a big slump. It is the prediction of in its favor, and tiie sufferer from ca- the buyers that tho market will not go TO tarrh takes no risk, because IIYOMEI U a guaranteed remedy, and if it doesn't onwar tlwu $0.00 by July tho 1st. . cure, R. L. Middloton will rofund the; purchase prico. Ihgher wages woro paid to American The Leading Specially House IIYOMEI will also give instant relief and oure inbrohchitis, coughs, colds and. farm laborors during 1010. than at any croup. A complotc ontfit, including lime in tho Jast 15 years, according to Direct to a hard rubber pockot inhaler, cost 81.00.' tho statistics just made public by tho If you now own a Ilyomei inhaler you Department of Agriculture, Tho aver can gel a bottle of IIYOMEI for 50 cents,' age wages for tho country was S27.o0 por month during 1910, while 20 years Get In It ago it was only SlS-3With board tho Tho annual mooting of the . Kentucky avorago wages was $19.21. The highest was in Nevada, where tho Educational Assooiation, which will bo held in Ovvonsboro in June will be featur- rate w s $51. while in Montana and ed by a unique oontost, opened to all,' Washington it was $30. South Carolina Kentuckians. SupL Coatos is President; paid the lowest rate, $H3.C0 pcr month. displays, of tho Association and is looking for a now to to word rousing big meeting. Tho Secrotarj, Last week Judgo John W. Hughes r. bemule-$5.0- 0 T. W. Vinson has offered a prize of ceived a shipment of twenty-eigto affiliations York in g for the "best, composition, contain-- ' foot hogs "purchased at auction in "pick flower" not fowor than fifty nor moro than! dinna. Tile pricosaid was about $350. prices, to is, hundrod words, on tho subject, "Why having paid 810S. for two old sows and Should Konluoky Teachers Attend the the guilts averaged about fCO. each. invidual Owensboro Meeting of the Kentucky' This is a new add distinct I)roed o f in Educational Assooialion?" Throo dol- swine and has only beon bred in this lars will bo paid for the second bost'and country for tho last three years. Tho ono for tho third. Now is tho time for difference between these hogs and others A Most all Madison county people, who aro gift- is not alonobecauso of tho shape of their ed along this line to get busy. Tho cash feet whenco tho name but it has been value of-- tho prize amounts to nothing demonstrated that they aro immune compared with the great honor. Tho from cholera. Those hogs have been composition must be received by Secret- known to eat the carcass of hogs that For Misses ary Vincent at Frankfort not lattor" than havo died of cholera and have been kept April 20th. in pens with infected hogs, but there t The Doctor's Question New Home. r . . has never been an instanco, it is claimCloses ed, Arhero a hog has beon One of the most succesful winter infected with oholora. Mr.Jake Huguely terms ever known at the Normal school also bought seven head at the same will oome to a close 30th. auction. Unrrodsburg Itopublican. The nest term will open on Tu,eday. April 4th, the following weefe. Tho Thoro woro plenty of buyers prosont closing of tho term and the beginning but pricos wore too stiir for brisk sales, of tho new one will witness tho deparat tho Mt, Sterling Court Day last week. ture of marly teachers, who have spent What was sold brought good pricos. the past six weeks here most profitably, Tho best steers sold at from 5 to C and the coming in of new ones who will cents. Yearlings at same prlco. Heif seek extra knowledge in the art of teach ing. ers at I 2 to 5 cents; cows at 4 to 4 4 cents; bulls at 4 to 1 4 cents; old cows Cook with gas. Its cheaper and rough oxen at 2 to U cents. A big crowd at tho peas, buyers prosont from all the surrounding counties. A good many cattle sold b.the hoad, so it was difficult to catch many sales. To-Morromule-footed -1 3-3-- Shanks Out VT Shooting At 1 -- Major flakier ami ha docidod t Han. offer himself a caodulaU lor ropr eata-- two woll know residon' live again from Uocoh OOWflty and bim section, engaged in an ah-- .Hr. cow trade last Tuesday af;. friends are happy. For Q1 has been debattag the qoestlon, ' m result of the quarrol. but so urgent nas-Muie soneuauoas oouei irom a urine in m that he has decided to again yiebl to the! was arrested and brought commands of his friends. Mr. Shanks where be was arraigned ... is weU known in M ad iaon county and bis Shackelford and latter r friends here hope that he wRl hare no bond of $300. The ihn,,. , opposition. If elected be will bo a cand- on the farm of William Tr, idate for Speaker and win ran Representative Schoberth, ei Woodford a hot mouth of Drowuing cr. race. chums self defense. H. Shanks w til n The mpena i Double D ; B ' ' u. H VB V mm I H i paing A Great Physician. A prominent farmer and stockman .said y os t onlay that tho markets of tho cities woro taking away from .this coun- ty at an alarming rata, tho calves, which furnished the choice veal chops, veal steaks, oto , to those who could afford. the prico. Tho expross company ships' on an avorago of from threo to five al most dnily. At tho Danville Loose. Tobaoeo Warehouse the past week, Mr: "W. n. Snapp, ofMorcor county, made a remarkablo record in tho salo of his tobacco. The poorest part of his crop, 1,835 pounds, sold at $3.50 por hundred and one lot of 2,770 pounds averaged 15 cents; 2,160 pounds sold at S1S.S0; Ho grow 9,000 pounds on seven acres and got an avorago of over 18 cents a pound for it. Mr. Snapp is regarded as one of the leading tobacco growors in that section and last year offered to give lessons in tobacoo growing, but nobody would take. Ho says he knows the secrot of good tobacco growing;. He dees not cut his tobacco until it is doad ripe and always leaves ono sucker on ever stack and doos not lot his tobacco stay in tho sun after it is & Todd '. Prices and Square -- Embry attention X (UQtMpmmiy. Complete Assemblage of Flesibjo Frame. Flexible Foretruck. Interlocking Hubs, Scalloped Blades Double Levers, Hard Wood Bearings, Steel Standards, Double Braced Urame Tha forward sections cut the grunp and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and throw to its original position. Tperround U levelod and pulveriiedjkod lef) ia perfect condition for sedh over tho fltld with aa Imperial Doable Disc does as much work as twice over with a single disk an moro thoroughly. The time and expense of disking is redueed one-haAn ordinary Due Harrow ... seven feet cut is generally used with three-horseAn Imperial l)wUt.Dhe of tho same width of n; quires, four. The saving-o- f horse power is accomplished: First, by the form of the mashine. Ti notion of the two harrows, one attached to and immediately following tho other, requires much power of two separate harrows lf. cut Cheapest acoldant inBirranco Dr Tho mas' bolectlc (Jtl. bums tho pain and heals tho wound. All druggist sell it. 1 fflinon r j ht In-in- 6 a st e r sw Sprang Tailrmade Women, i $27.50, $30, $35 Easter Mnffioery New Hats from Paris and Our Own Full brilliant display of beautiful hats which are from the most famous milliners in Parisand also hats no less individual, ,iio less charming, which are Parisian inspired, but products, of our millinery designers. Quality considered our prices are lower than found elsewhere " Plumbing I . Heating ur cormSHTtr Embry Main Street, Hast & Company Lexington, Kentucky have purchased the entire interests of the Richmond Motor & Plumbing Co., and will discontinue the automobile business :: I am now prepared to do all kipds of Plumbing, Heating, Lathe arid Machine work. I 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 to have your Sprijxg clothes made to measure tn time for Easter Sunday (Apja dth). Let: us send your ogfej ti6 to our famous. Shieao: tailors, Three-Butto- n Novelty Dip front, No. 717 HEATIN Manager II PRING AND SUMMER B. F. HURST, Phone 270" OPENING Fine . M ONDA Y, A PRIL 3M-Music The ladies of this community-are- . Wool Ghallies A tn is fabric. l modest, price, they will make ;a;s;uit dpre'ssly -- .Our matchless Assortni ent .of lovely Challies Mi ol' is surticient to convinq you of the ever in- creasing demand for Dots Stripes Checks The- - arttl,Perj . Fly front OvercMt, No, 734 cordially invited sian Bot&t Effects for Misses' dresses decicately tinted pnes especially 'pretty ' r' from Sny: on;6,;of their S:oo woolens on display atour stpr5 nd satisfy.; youcxnt plet wl th; s tyle and wo Mitrs h ip. for-y-ou ; rf it ' ! iWliell, Baker & Smith 1 'p: TMer-Batto- a Novelty Sa4ktlf.71l Lexington, Kentucky 1 A. MM I mm s -