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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 5, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911040501_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 5, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE R lchMond GL I MAX If I 37th YEAR n 1 he Right Way to get good work D - . RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 1911 is buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger NUMBER The Wrong Way is to buy a lor you.. Phone lot of old stock' and get anybody to hang it 42 WALL PAPER For the Best Grade of Seed Gats See An 12 W. BAXTER Notice. The publio WALL PAPER Don't Be Bald. Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair. We have a remedy that has a record of growing hair and curing baldness In 93 out of every 100 cases whero used according to directions for a reasonable length of time. That may seem like a stong statement it is, and wo mean it to bo, and no ono should doubt it until they have put our claims to an actual test. We are so certain Kexall "03" Hair Ton'c will cure dandruff, prevent baldness, stimulate the scalp and hair roots, stops falling bairand grow now hair,' that wo personally give our positive guarantee to refund every penny paid us for it in every instance where it does not give entire satisfaction to the user. Kexall "03" Hair Tonic is as pleasant to use as spring water. It is delightfully perfumed, and does not greaso or gum the hair. Two sizes, 50 cents and 31.00. With our guarantee back of it," you certainly lake no risk. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. H. L. Perry. is hereby notified that certificate No. 17 for one share of the Capital Stock of tho Farmers Bank of Valloy View, Kentucky, has be.en lost or mislaid, and the undersigned, the owner of said certificate, will apply to said bank for a new certificate in liou of tho certificate which has been lost or mislaid. W. D. Sanders. L. t R. Bl a it t on TRLRPHONP. ft PAY CASH AND SAVE MONEY Baking Powder Absoiuieiy Pure The Only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. Exhibit of Potter Shoe Co., Cincinnati,. Ohio. Mr. Edwin' Franken "will show a com plete line of tho newest Spring and Summer footwear at Glyndon Hotel on Monday April 10th. Y'8 ex tend "the people 'of this vicinity a cordial invitation to "caJl and Inspect same. Potter Shoe Co. 1 N . The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man V. WHITE Safeguards the food This Is Why I'm For Dry. In this recent great fight, Where wrong waged against right, But'our noblest and best of men Were determined to dofeat this great sin; , against alum Chemists' tests have skews that a part el the This is why I'm for Dry. Big Spring Line of Advertised Letters. MaryBates. Mr. Boone Begloy. Mrs. Hattio Bivans. Mrs. Amanda Brown. Mr. Buckley, Section Foreman. G. S. J. Cramer. Mr. Joe Cox. Mr. Brutus Cojton. Mrs. Mollie Curtis. Mrs. Lena Evans (2). Mr. Carroll Fothergill. Mr. D. W. Hale. Mrs. Will Hamilton. Mrs. Bertha Hamil- tonTfirs. Cora Hogget. Mr. Frank How-cl- L L. H. Horn. Miss Hattio V. Minter. Oeoge Moores. Mrs. Eliza Pence Prof. St. Charles.Hotel. Charley Reeco. R. T. Rice. Walter Rhodes. Frod Jas. Robin son, beo y Commercial Ulub. beo y Board of Trade. J. M. Sons. Eliard Trib-blMiss Thomas. Miss Laurr Waller Mrs. Rucsh White. Mrs. W. C. Willis. Mrs, Richard Wells. 1005 Richmond. C. C. Wallace P. M. e. alan lilscalt made wltb an alum baking powder passes Imta the stomach, and that digestion Is retarded thereby. treat 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. lakel make sw that yottr JIT thepawtierandmot tuada from ahum Is bakhtg 'Tis s'aid'of our younger set, Very much to our regret, They did their good morals forget, And voted wot; That's why I'm for Dry. But wo sureljr ought to feel blest For the good menwho did their best; ilEJ&K Ml & FOSTER Dry Goods :: Notions are now in chants. Barnes Spoke. Two Dandies. Hundreds of peoplo who havo taken ad vantago of tho pretty weather of late to drive out the Lexington and Irvine pikes are loud in their praise of these roads since they woro converted into modern pikes by Commissioner John Shearer and his able force, backod by Judgo Shackelford and the Fiscal court Tho Lexington pike is the finest in tho state and the road from Richmond to AVaco Is equally as good. People residing along these roads who aided the county by subscribing to the piko fund, declare they would not kick even if they had put up $300 per mile instead of 8100., now that they have such a fino road. There are three other roads lead ing out of tho city, and first one to comply with the recent rule will be next to get tlio attention of the force of modern pike builders. The Barnes Mill and Taylor's fork road is nowboingput in excellent condition, the citizens along that route having been quick to subscribe as soon as they saw what had been done on tho other roads. -- at the old reliable mer- Some beautiful wash fabrics for spring and summer. Foulards, Linens, Persian Voilles, Lawns, etc te smart from up-to-da- :::::: WHITE We Sell May Manton French Lawns, in a wide variety of pieces to choose . . -- At Nicbolasvillolast week Rev. E. B, Barnes spoke to a crowded houso in tho afternoon of last court day on the subject of local option and dolivercd one of tho most forcoful addresses over heard in Jessamine capital. Mr. Barnes is a gifted speaker and he brought out all the strong points in favor of local option in a plain and masterful manner. Ho pointed out to tho people of Nicholasville tho prosperous town of Richmond for an example against the liquor traffic, Foley's Kidney Pills contain in con and showed where this town had gained centrated form ingredients of establish- in every way sinoe salooons were abolish ed therapeutic value for the prompt alleviation of all kidney and bladder ail- cd. The Nicholasvillo papers declare ments. Foley Kidney Pills are antisep- the Jlr. Barnes talk made many votes tic, tonic and restorative. Do not allow for the teinpcrence cause. your kidney trouble to progress beyond tne reapn or medicine, out start laxinji Foley's Kidney Pills at once. Refuse One Conductor Helped Back Sold by Stockton & Son. substitutes. To Work. Words are inadequate to express Our Joy at This is why I'm for Dry. thelr-success; So to you, Mr. whiskey men, a Bring in barrels by the ten, There is surely coming a day. Do aud say what you may, Whe'nyoU wilfbe" laid on tho shelf And we will protect you from yourself; E. P. B. This is why I'm for Dry. Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Anchor Windsor STRESS Lenox Style A ...... . . ot . $10.50 13.50 . . . . . . $16.0CC 4 i 22.50 The Sound Sleep Health. of Good OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty A Reliable Medicine-NNarcotic. a Early But Busy. A prominent politlcan said yesterday N. V. Main that there would be not less than ten candidates seeking the democratic nomination for Sheriff at the coming primary, which is almost two years off. Four bavo announced so far, and they have already begun to solicit votes. This race promises to bo one of the most hotly contested in years. Sfreet, below first RICHMOND Mr. Wili'ord Adams is his name, and he writes; "I was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism and used two bottles of ifoley's Kidney Remedy with good effect. The third put mo on my feet and I resumed work as conductor on the Leiincton. Ky., Street Railway. rheuIt will do 11 you claim in cases-omatism." . Foley's Kidney Remedy allays rheumatism by eliminating the uric acid from i.ho blood. Specially recomSold by mended fot elderly people. Stockton & Son. Constipation causes headache, aaasea, Mrs. Maude Mackey Walkdizziness, languor, heart . palpliatioB. er 'sHair Dressing Parlor. Drastic physios gripe, sicken, weakea Come is and Have year hair drawl Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, Michigan, says: the bowels and dea't cure. Dean's Regtt-le- ts aot gently and sure constipation. . 25 in the newest style, braids aad puffs "Our little boy contracted a severe bron! made to order. Braids restored to chial trouble and as the dootor's medi- coats. Ask your druggist. natural eoter. Highest prices paid fer cine did not cure him, I gavehim Foley" Honey and Tar Compound in which I Barred Rock Eggs For Sale. combiBgs. Two deots above Stooh tea's have great faith. It cureu the cough as drag store, on Main street OMeepboae wqll as the choking and gagging spells, I have fer sale in any quantity Thomp- 5f0, residence 208. Xe Misses Nell Donnelly and Mary Con- and he got well in a short time. Foley's son's strain Barred Plymouth Reek Honey and Tar Compound has many eggs, "Had dyspepsia or iadlgeatiett lav For Rent way will take pleasure in showing the times saved us much trouble and we are price 31. fer 15 eggs. Estimates years. No appetite, and what I eat disLot adjoining the ball park and also many beautiful crea'tions in spring and never without it in the houso." The furnished for lots of 100 eggs or mere. Kurdeote Bleed tressed me terribtry. C. D. Miller, the soft drink privilege. Seo T. C. summer millinery at Elder's store. genuine is in a yellow package. Refuso Bitters cured me." J. H. Walker, Sn- 4l-Sold by Stockton & Son. f. Drop In. substitutes. mch Richmond, Ky. J bury, Ohio. Yaughan. , t-2t Can not bo overestimated and any ailment that prevents it is a menace to health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, Wis., says: "I havo been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was vorypoor and my goner-a- l condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock, my general condition is greatly improved, and I know that Foley Kidney Pills have cured me." Good results always follow the use of Foley Kindey Pills. They are a prompt corrective of urinary irregularities. Try them. Sold by Stockton & Son. Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 w. s. o. r. a L. 229 I r it We Sell Patterns ft JOc Each GETTING READY i A - May Manton Patterns JOc'Each We'are gettmg reaciy for the -- Our mercfiaii- - In1 . dise is all bought part of it already here, some on the way arid we are rushing the remainder. "order that we may have jplehty of room, we are making, lower prices than ever on all heavy goods we : ave on hand. ' . Hare You Taken Advantage of This Offytixm If Not, Do It Now before I' : "We will save you good money. are .all gone the We are selling Ladies' Suits worth from 12.50 to 35.00, for from 7.50 to 15$0 V, best-values . ft 2 Ladies' Coats worth 6.50 to 20.00, for from 3.98 to 12.50 Men's Suits and Ov trcoats worth 10.00 to 25.00, for from 7.48 to IS.OOiT : All other winter-- wet jht goods at very low prices -- ft ft ft ft We mean to close these goods out. Corrke---g- ct a bargain- -- .. S - - '4 2 . " . . ..... 1 . Corner First m & Main v ' ; ' 'f-- . Richmond, Kentucky ' .3 FLYING IN DREAMS. Why Is It? Sr. BUTTERICK FASHIONS A Sensation Like That Which Same Spring Is Coming . and it is time you were making up your summer clothes. McKLE'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Floun- cingboth colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest OWEN McKBE The Richmond Climax. matu ei THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO mm (iBeerperated.) A. D. Miller W. O. White JL YMfat mma Pres. aad Xgr. Sec'y-Trces. . PMM AMMMIHN Editor) KCNfMKV BMHiH MMfMT HWWSttK UMK. YEAR PBIOE PBB f. A.VAKOE IN mi Winches tar Bit Ik 'It is the SeM again MOnmt ( th D MCftic Friaaqr asMl yitwt NWhim the Iteht la the Re- party aad it will he McCreery There O'Koar hi Xwbtr. 1M 1m a atii-ricampaign, a mttlis aaa elected Gov A U Bin i ww predtetiea bM o Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Uisle and Mr. Hubbard, who have been in Florida all Ha old PariUnteaJ Danville h hav winter, returned home test week. Mr. g snore UwMbtec with her plows people Hhde brought back many relies of his cigar hunting the restaurants, and Ashing expeditions in the soda fountait on Sunday, state, which includes rattlesnake skins, Kansas as if the more ' catamount hides, etc. have administered defeat to the The marriage of Miss Julia Gourley laws. of fanatic crying for sneh to Mr. Hughes Parrish, of Richmond, Lmr'v sea. Wasn't it Floyd ooanty will be celebrated April IS. at J o'clock, that pave sacfa bur majority for Beefc-Imh-b at the home of the bride's parents. Gen hi the famous Senatorial primar? oral and Mrs. Gouriey, on High streot. These are only about 300 Democrats in Dr. G. V. Merris,of the Centenary Meth las seemty, but Beckham earned it by edkt church, will officiate. Lexington smething like SW. Right ia John Herald. e" to Judge Seed for the politicians. laeafc wirthing but dectructkm. nko mt his coat now aad get hi the t far the best Governor the state rhad. He saw the baad writing; oa wtl and acted wisely. U be a oaU-pa- w I-- et springs, Indianapolis, which has become quite a resort for Richmond people. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Hamilton have named their new girl Mayme Rowland, and are receiving the congratulations of their friends on tbe birth of this addition to the family circle. Rev. Ashferd Reeves and family are here fer a twe weeks stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reeves, before going to Ashland, where he has accepted the pastorate of the Christian chnroh The Louisville Herald speaks in a high eomptimeot of the singing of Miss Mary Dm Harbeson, who is assisting the noted Indian Evangelist, Frank Wright, in a series of meetings in that city. Lahan Riddle, proprietor of Estill springs, was among the prominent Irvine cwJsenc that spent the day m Richmond Monday. A tee Mr. Frank Park, anothsr well known liucinscc man of that eity. A roeeption to the students of the y Xormal school will be given next evening at Xeville Reark hall and promises to be a very elaborate affair. are looking forward to this with a great deal of phjaeure. J. R. White, ex editor of the Estill Herald, is exceedingly happy over the arrival of a now boy at the home of Mrs, White's parents, Mr. aad Mrs. J. G. Taylor, on the Irvine pike. The youttg- stor made his appearance mst Saturday, April 1st. Mor.-dm- times Precedes Death. The sensation of flying Is one of the earliest to appear In tbe dreams of childhood. It seems to become less frequent after middle age. Bcaunls states that in his case it ceased at tbe age of fifty. It is sometimes the last sensation at the moment of death. To rise, to fall, to glide away Las often been tbe last conscious sensation recalled by those who seemed to be dying, but have afterward bcon Drought back to life. Tleron has noted this sensation at the moment of death in a number of cases, usually accompanied by a sense of well being. The cases he describes were mostly tuberculous and included individuals of both sexes and with atheistic as well as religious beliefs. In all the last sensation to which expression was given was one of flying, of moving upward. In some death was peaceful, in others painful. In one case a girl died clasping the iron bars of the bed, in horror of being borne upward. Pieron associates this sensation with the similar sensation of rising and floating in dreams and with that of moving upward and resting on the nlr experienced by persons in the ecstatic state. In all these cases alike life is being concentrated in tbe brain and central organs, while the outlying districts of the body are becoming numb and dead. Dream flight, It is necessary to note, is not usually the sustained flight of a bird or an insect, and the dreamer rarely or never Imagines that he Is borne high into the air. Hutchinson states that of all those whom he has asked about tbe matter hardly one has ever known himself to make any high flights in his dreams. One almost always flics low. with a skimming manner, slightly, but only slightly, above tbe beads of pedestrians. Beaunis from bis own experience-descri- bes a typical kind of dream flight as a series of light bounds at one or two yards above the earth, each bound clearing from ten to twenty yards, the dream being accompanied by a delicious sensation of ease and movement as well as a lively satisfaction at being able to solve the problem of aerial locomotion by virtue of superior organization alone. Lafcadlo Hearn somewhat similarly describes in his "Shadowings" a typical and frequent dream of his own as a series of bounds in long parabolic curves, rising to a height of some twenty-five feet and always accompanied by the sense that a new power had been revealed, which for tbe future would be a permanent possession. Atlantic. Mrs. Somerrille, tbe great methema-tlcia- n aad scientific writer, had to a great extent the power of concentration and became so absorbed in her task as to be unconscious of wbat was going on around her. Dr. Somerville told Harriet Martineau that be once laid a wager "with a friend that be would abuse Mrs. Somerville in a loud voice to her face and she would take no notice, and be did so. Sitting close to her, he confided to his friend the most injurious things that she rouged, that she wore a wig and oth er such nonsense, uttered in a very loud voice. Her daughters were in a roar of laughter, while the slandered lady sat placidly writing. At last her husband made a dead pause after her name, on which sbc looked up with an Innocent "Did you speak to me?'' Won His Wager. The attention of the Climax has been called to a vory disagreeable state of af fairs on Lancaster. Avenue between Main streot and Breok Avenue. Some time ago concroto pavements wero put down by property owners aftor bong ordered by tho city, and the residents claim that tho trash, accumulating from tho work has never bcon romoved by tho city; but is dogging tho guttors and prosents an uncanny appearance. If tho city Is guilty of allowing this to romain, there is probability or a Suit and the Climax hopes it will be adjusted at once. 6 farm News ms of later est to The Far mer, the Grower aad tbe I BEREA COLLEGE A$ain the Beneficiary of a . Handsome Gift From a Wealthy Philanthropist i1 S Kaufman, Straus & Company Stockman. Central Kentucky's Greatest Department Store Lexington, Kentucky Prominent Elk. A. Sullivan, has been apprised of tho death of his good friend Judgo non. J. Rohnert, whioh occurred several days ago at Rochester, N Y. Judge Rohnort was one of tho leading Elks of tho county and served with Mr. Sullivan a fow yoars ago-othe committee appointed from the Grand Lodsc of the United States to form the constitution and bylaws of this great fraternal order. Judge Kohnert was a close friend of tho Richmond attorney and had planned u visit here within a few weeks. He had just completed n canvass for to sv high oftlce within the gift of the Grand Lodge and intended to come to Kentucky to recuperaio n KEEPING the quality of your goods a secret is what you accom- plish when you don't ad- I- vertise them. You know they're best; so do a few others 1 But the general public are they informed? Tell them! Don't keep it a dark secret. A power traction engine has been icceived at J. B. Haggin's Elmen-do- rf ,C special from Chicago to tho Climax fjtrm in Fayette county to bo used in plowing. It will pull about twenty sa.vs: Dr. D. K. Pearson, of Hinsdalo. birthplows; arranged" in a row. ' All the plow- lit, will colebrato hisninety-flrs-t ing aj Elmandorf will be done with this day April 21 by the distributionof $300,-00- 0 to schools and religious organizations. This will make his total distributions of recent years ue&rly $5,000,-00Mai t Cohen wllj have in his siring this most of which has been given to year j Price Roe, a bay small colleges. sta'llij.n by Bourbon Price, out of a.Ches-te- r Tho gifts are tormed by Dr. Pearson Dure mare; Ivthtiicky Choice. Edna as "debts," and in most cases aro fulMao, (Sypsy Dare, Bourbon Star, Knight- fillments of his pledgos to dilforont bodly QUeon and sevoral others. ies of certain sums, when they should have collected other stipulated amounts. Tho monoy to bo givon April 21 will Thp rainy weather proventcd a good be distributed as follows: horsd show Mondny. Horses owned in American Board of Foreign Missions, tho ejty wore present, but manj1 from a $100,000; BoreaColJego.Kcntucky, $100,-00distant failed to get in. Robt "Walker, Dean College, Nobraska, S25.000; who tleclaros his horse Lord Ition. by Northland College, Wisconsin, 810,000; Ariot. is tho greatest in the county, was present and also had his fine pony Cleo Highland College, Kansas, $10,000; College, Illinois, $10,000; other Ho is one of tbe hadsomest ponies Out. $300,000. jieon hore and the season has been staallor gifts make a total of over "I shali celebrato my birthday annirushing. A versary by getting out of debt, said Dr. 'A. year ago I gave notice Pearson. As the result of a deal consumatcd that I would be getting old by this time last ijveok Mr. Joseph Boggs, transfers and a man of my aco had no business his fjtrm near this city to Simeon Turpin being in debt I shall lio down on Ap-pr24 out of debt for the first timo in and Mr. Turpin disposes of his newly placo near the L. and N. depot in many years. I have had these outthe deal. A cash consideration is also standing pledges for "many years and namud in tho transfer. Mr. Boggs will have worked them off as one after an remain on his farm until next January other of tho institutions met their obliThere are 22G acres in the farm and tho gations." While most of Dr. Pearson's gifts pric? was not given out, but is said to be ' have been to smaller colleges, different a gotd one. institutions here have- received more than $1,000,000 from the Hinsdalo phil- The miserable day and a slump in the anthropist. Among tho chiof bonofi-ciarie- s livestock market was keenly felt at tho of Dr. Pearson among the smal-lo- r Richmond Stock yards Monday and the schools has been tho Berea Collogo markets were dull. Thero were about of Kentucky, which has received more S50 tattle on tho market, says Manager than $100,000. In roviewing his gifts Emtry avoraglng from 5 to 7 cents. Thursday he said the one from which About 300 stock jhogs sold from 0 to 7cts. ho had derived tho most pleasure was Mulos were few and only two or three the gift of $50,000 for a wator works salei woro reported. system for Berea. Tho philanthropist was ono of the greater Tho March weather was disageablo, early settlers of Chicago. Tho sharo of his wealth camo from the inbut the ground remained in oxcellent condition for plowing and consequently creased value of oxtensivo roal ostito Twenty-fiv- e years tho farmers aro away ahead in this de- holdings in this city. partment Very oats has been sow- ago ho retired from business. o 0, " three-year-old 0; il (d NIGHT GOWNS AT 59c These are low neck, muslin, short sleeve gowns worth 85c; as a special inducement we offer them at 59c CORSET-COVER- S AT 59c This is a Nainsook Corset Cover with plain neat scallop good fitting, Sbc garment, at 59c a piece DRAWERS AT 69c Both of these articles are neatly CORSET COVERS-ANtrimmed in lace and embroidery, made of good Nainsook or Combrlc, regular $1 articles for this week at 69c At USc a Piece Either Corsafc Covers or Drawers in $2 and $2.50 quality, splendid qualities and good styles at 93c At 98e Assortment of Muslin Combination Suits of Corset Cover and Drawers, a reg- ' ular $1.50 quality at 9Sc a suit At $1.98 An assortment of Corset Covers and Drawers, sold at $8.50 to $4.50 a piece a chance to get something very rich for very little money. This week $l.i8 French Chemise at 69e a Piece Our new Importation of French Hand Embroidered . Chemise, $1 qualities, introductory price Oflc D s -- Corsets Worth $5 to $ 0 at $ .98 a Pair 1 1 A smalL line of odd and end sizes of Lilly of France and Florita High Class Corsets to close out and drop the line of these, being overcrowded, we will saorifiee them at $1.98 to make sure of rapid sale 3 pairs splendid Black 5ilk $ .25 a pair Hose, at $2.75 a box, ladies' sizes only, 8 to 0 6. pairs Guaranteed 5ilk Lisle Black Hose, sizes 8 fo. 10, at $2.75 a box or 39c-- pair 1 1 a ' These are our regular 50c qualities and the greatest offer ever made on good hoso 11 111 II II II II II 30 Grand Prizes for solving tws little Japan has a great number of Earthquakes Bar Progress. water- i (CopXrtJtt, 1MD. Let the light shine through market is demoralizing local trade and the commission houses have notified local buyers to buy low for futuro delivery ns thoro is liable to come a big slump. Benl on b Evans also shipped a load to Cincinnati purchased at same price. Just now tho livestock market is oxceed-l- y stow with vory little prospects for a good upward turn. just beyond wator works. Return to William "Wagers shipped 105 hogs to Judgo J. C. Cfienault or to Climaxofllce. tho .Cincinnati markots last weok Local Firm Will Continue Vabrought at about SC. Ho claims the luable Agency. ed, but it will not injure tho yield if it All that is stylish in hats can be found is put .in within the noxt few days. in our millinery department this season. E. V. Elder. R; C. Mason, sold to J. Wi Downey, of Lexington, a pair of fine six year old Light Gray Overcoat on Irvine piko muliw last Monday for $000. Base Ball Puzzle First-priz- Lost The following presents will be given away absolutely free to the e thirty neatest correct answering received. winners in any of : the previous contests not eligible FREE PRIZES to Every A the columns of this paper. bj W. N. CO falls which would be of material value in the development of tbe country, but the reason these valuable sources of power are not being developed is be cause of tbe danger of earthquakes which is constantly confronting the people. More than once within recent years have steps been taken with tbe view of constructing dams in order that these falls might be utilized when some demonstration of tbe earth has given warning of the danger of such a step and the promoters have been forced to abandon or greatly modify tbe proposed improvement New York Press. His One Regret. "There's no use trying to dony it," remarked Mrs. DeFlatt, "this Is. the worst cook we've had yot Thore positively isn't a decent thing to eat on tho table." "That's right," rejoined DeFlatt "But" continued his wife, "there's one thing in her favor. She can't be beat when it comes to washing." "Pity we can't oat tbe washing." sighed the hungry husband. Chicago News. A Judicial Reproof. A Justice once reproved a would be suicide thus: "Young man. you have been found guilty of attempting to drown yourself in the river. Ouly consider wbat your feelings would have been had you succeeded." Green Bag. H. L. Perry, of this city, has just closed a deal whereby ho will continue to bo agent for ZEMO tho woll known remedy for Eczema, Dandruff, and all diseasos of the skin and scalp. The extraordinary leap that this clean liquid external treatment for skin affec tions has made into public favor in tho last few years proves its wonderful curative properties and makes it indeed a When in need of limcksmiUung many valuable addition to tho fine stock of of iis branchos, Farming Implements, remedial agents carried by tho II. L. Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, Rubber Perry Drug Co. tires A:c, gel prices from R. E. Miller, They havo alimitcd supply of samples one of which will be given free to any Union City, Ky. skin sufferer who wishes to test the merit of the medicine. A booklet "How To Preservo The Skin," will also be given to those interested. tf f. Valuable Prize FREE One Who Answers :::::: 1 Bi ll ii 2 3 Gent's GeM Watch 4 Ladies' Cold Hrecelet 5 Ladies' Pearl King Gold Brooch 8 Ladies Haadon 7 Gent's OoW Watch Chain S IIsim1sobi Fountain Ten 9 One Amethyst Necklace 10 One Ladies Handsome LaVe'.opr 11 One Hand Painted Imp. Plate 12 One Hand Painted Imported AU Trav-13 GBiiM Diamond Lsdw' Gold Watch Lftdtefe' Ywx.z 1 M 15 16 One Hand Painted Imp. Vase One Hand Painted Imp. Dbti Gent's Briar Hoot ripe M Ml rS n EWE lo 17 IS 10 Ladies' Amthjst belt Buckle India KttbW Hair Comb Gent's Solid Gold Cuff Buttons One Faney Scarf Pin PAPER SOMETHING NEW! Now is the time to put your house in order for the coming season. Do you want a change from the regulation things j'ou have seen for , years ? We are tired of them and, we think you must be. We have been, looking for something different ajid better and Come in and we have found them. see these new things You will be as . . . pleased as we are. ; CAN YOU FIND THE UMPIRE Conditions of Contest An you hT todo fe TOY5 30 21 umpire's face concealed in this picture on this or a epaale sheet of paper, and send it with your name and adtfraea to the address below. Tho main prizes will he awarded according to neatness of correct answer. Answers most be in not later than Satnrdny, April 15,1011. Write name and address-plainl- 22 3S 2-- 1 fSomes p 1 Write Name and Address Plainly X Rush Yonx Answer Today One Home Amnsement Game 35 One M us teal Pop Gun 38 One Handsome Hand Mirror 27 One Musical Toy Gonr 35 One India Rubber Ball One Set mt Chinese Blocks 3 30 Boys Knife Contest Closes Sntnrday April 1". p. m. One Set of Dfcfces One Spteninr Top One Set of Doninos One Girl's IUwmine Pocket Book ii H !.1 ii II Ii Tmm 0 ran it old Governor, JuflfcMer, was eighty-eigh- t last Satur dar, and is still hale and hearty at hh ormerly lived hi Richmond, her fathor, l ame in Hart county. He enjoys the Dr. J. Addison Smith, having been pasi Mice Eva Smith came from Oxford OaUege to spend her spring vacation with Miss Louise Covington. Miss Smith Send by Mail or Bring to our Store ". ADDRESS FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE, CARE THE STOUT PIANO CO. 13S "I on North Limestone Piano Tuning a Specialty httuctiw. of being the only surviving tor of the Presbyterian churoh. She was given a royal weteome by her host I.I Uiisnt General of the aril War. of friends. Wr the war dead doesn't hurry up and Mrs? Reark, assisted by Miss Pat- ''bust'' the mows will be a dead one ridge and Prof. McBrkle will entertain fur sure, for the base ball season is on, next Saturday evening in oempiiment to and the correspondents at the front will ir. and Mrs. K. George Payne, who will liave their matter pushed to to give an entertainment in the Xormal pages. chapel. The reception will be given in Sullivan hall immediately following the AdoOHMNM to the Louisville pajurf entertainment. i lie Seelbach hotel gets all the tmde Lancaster Record: Miss Alice Ritr from the rucal districts of the state. "topping at the SeeMmch" seams to he ney hns been in Richmond visiting her itrotyped far the personal and political oousta. Miss Lucy Walker. Miss Sallie Rayhura has returned to her home in of Louisville papers. Richmond. Mrs. Georce Ballew has re Thk millinery styles this year sbew turned to her home in Richmond after t iat the creators of such are still eaudi a vWt to her mother. Mrs. Edna Fran dates for the aeylum. One is undsilht efes. Mrs. O. P. Bush has returned from edly an African chief mono!, hut we Richmond, having been called there by tee inness of her father, who Is mv forjret the somewhat improved. Who said Tow Johnson wasn't & game Mr. R. N. Swisher, the popular under man? The wholo country would mourn taker for Oldham & Lackey was the re his lost, but he sossns to be on the read cipient of a very pleasant Anril fool sur to recovery, and here's hoping he'll pull prise at the home of Mrs. Bettie Park through test Saturday. Mr. Swisher was born on April Fool's dey.and when he arrived If Jcdoe Ran had restated hi the home at noon test Saturday Mrs Parks, race until after that IfankiasriUe aowstoa by other members of the fam speech aad reception tendered Senator lly, had prepared a sumptuous feast in ' ' Mc " he would have been mete feer honor of his birthday, and several toasts isfa to withdraw than before. were drunk to his health. II. S. Stout, Manager )UsKZsisJsZJIZsnjffa LEXINGTON, KY WI L, LG Swing last,liiyli toe, ' liigli lieeL 213 West Main Street. ING uirj tlot Water and' Steam Systems do not change or affcctthelife and purity of the atmosphere, but merely temper it to that In 3 In the MaUm- - the District Court of the United States For the Eastern Distriet of Kentucky IN BANkRUPTGY X. ISt 8 Wise Rosalindl Reginald Darling. I see by the papers that a food expert says that it is possible for a family to lire on $4a week. Do you think It possible? Rosalind No, dearest, but I'll be n sister to you! Cleveland Leader. Theory. I don't think women wjI ever succeed as railroad engineers." "Why not?" "They would lose too much- - time holding up "their trains at crossing." Boston Transcript One Man' "No, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, Frames and Mirrors. nnnruuinnruinnnrinnrin njirintiruvtniismruinnrinuvuuiritirui genial, even degree or condition best suited to man's greatest comfort and vigor. IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators of C. T. WELLS, Bankrupt. C. - To tlie of Madison and District aforewid, a bankrupt. creditors of RICmtOND, JTF., April 8, T. WELLS, of Richmond, in 1911. County Richmond Heating 5c Plumbing Co. Phone 270 Stylish and comfortable.. Gome pleased. and-be Noltet i&h$rebj given that on March 27, 1911, Hid said G. T. WBLLS was duly 'adjudged a bankrupt; and thai tlie Jirst meeting of hdserstWors will be held at the office of A. 12. Rurnam, in Richmond, Ky., on Friday, Apr. 14, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time said creditievef may attend, prove thir claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankvwpt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said fiyieting. E TBURNAir, Referee in. Bankruptcy. A Film? Fee of 25 Cunts Must Accompany Each CJnitn we give np, that makes us rteh. Beech er. It is not what we take up, but what Bi Business. PERSONALS V.. Quite Funny. - Brawn & White, of Clay county, ship T. Rice was hi Purls yesterday on ped a rep of tebaeeo to the Richmond lusiness Warehouse test week sold to D. P. Black Prof, and Mrs. T. J. Coatee were in A man .named Green helped to cultive Louisville last week. the crop. How's that for bringing all Sid Maple, of Irvine, a noted tie buyer kinds ef enters and shades Into the busiof the mountains, was ia the eity Mon- ness. MrBteok said the names brought good luck, fer he disposed of the crap to day. Mecdames Jamesmithaod Dan liar-ba-r the American Tobacco Company .at a have returned from a three months' handsome profit. stay in Florida. County Court Mrs. Julian Hanger, of Beattyville, In Ike county court business was has been visiting Mr. abd Mrs. II. B. Hanger, at "Arlington." somewhat en the stand still on account Miss Ella O'Neil, of Paris, is here lor of the. wretched day. Two wills were a visit with her brother, Ctty OoMector osTered fer probate, B. M. Stagnor who gives his farm of 196 acres Duncannon Timothy O Neil. to his widow Annie K Slagner and Mr. Harry Byhee has recovered suffiother property and names a cousin Jason ciently to be able to resume his position Stagger as adviser of his infant heir. with Rice & Arnold. B, M. Slagner Jr. His widow Is named Remember the grand concert to be as executrix. The will of Mrs M. E. given this month under the auspices of. King, gives to her husband all of "her the CecilHin Club. Benefit of P. A. C. personal property" and names Edgar Infirmary" Turtey as executor. Mr. Creed GoU has returned from IlesweM, X. M., where he has been fer Miss Clay Busy. several months. He says- - the aHmale Miss Laura Clay, who is well known there k great. will heal a volunteer cemmbs oa invi:e Mrs. Otera Doty Taylor and family o I by Governor Wiljson. for thrpurpose have sieved to Uioh soaa rem Llnoek of investigating the conditions of workmttdl mmmVamilT Afl TtflfVlllTlt' Chf fit ftfislfint ing women in Kentucky in industrial soheefe of this ty. '4 Vs tpjrepare a report lo Mrs. Joseph lafhaunent ie be submitted or Vthe a&nelderRlibn .of to attend.the funeral of the assemWjf with saeh fcewHMt, Mrs. O. J. Weak. The inter-moto Jogistettee &d - centre! look pkoeaturt- - morning. by the State feveritment &s they shall Attorney Murray Srcitb !t. deem bet for the good of working we- -' May M Mt Jackson men in Kentacln. recoa-mtSa'feiiil- as ut For sevoral weeks a S"t Louis manufacturing concorn has had a force of salesman in Madison county offering a range to the farmers, and they have disposed of many. Tho people never seem to think that the same class of goods can be purchased at home for less monoy and at the same time the' are sending thousands of dollars out of the county, that very little, if any, will re main here. These people pay na taxes to Madison county nor a licoase to offer their goods forsalo. Some people think if they can buy on credit it is ansy sail ing, when the price they pay always in clude a good stiff intcest on thohioney that the firm is "floating." Easter Tidin botwear tJiatbTmgs rejoicing IIREAM w J ! Women's Shoes to Match Easter Gowns ruin rutnjirurruTnriJinniuuii ; . 'nnrirmnnnnnrinnrmriminxinru Catarrh is Surely aj Dangerous Disease. Thousands of people allow catarrh to slowly Bndermine the whole sysiom un-ti- ll a serious disease develops sgmc-timconsumption. ' Peoplo who have catarrh should use every effort to get rid of it, but should above all adopt a sensible method. . Stomach dosing, sprays and douches won't cure catarrh because it is a erorm disease, and the germs must bo destroyed before the disease can' be conquored. : es aiidj Hice Richmonjl, Arnold Ky We Won't Cut Off to6 big a piece of meat for yo i. . As a matter of fact we doubt if we could. FOr those0 buy meat here" reguarly - Fashion demands a consistency in Women's dress, even to your footwear, and women of taste and discrimination are most particular about matching their costumes with shoes of proper. leather and cloth effects. . . you fects in pumps, ties and oxfords in velvet, suede, Our study of Fashion's dictates enables us to' offer in. Easter Shoes an assortment of beautffuPef- patent, cravenette and tan u .You Just Must See-The- se 2matends Mmd for catarrh because it readies overy fold. crevice and nook in tho mucous "membrane and gets whore tho garmsv are. You breathe HYOMEI and as it nassos over tne miiameu membrane us sooth ing influence heals tho soreness and destroys the germs. A complete HYOMEI outfit costs 81. 00. This consists of a bottle of HYO- Mhl aad a hard rubber inhaler. Pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes each day, that's all you have to do. It is puarsn. . teed by B. L. Middteton. and drutsfeu;: evmywnere to cure catarrau, coitths, and sore throat or monpv baakJKtNi. 431 UNWf UXU 5?TtEET 1 bottle of HYOJIEI costs 50 cents. rivrr t.-- .1. ;,. ilaiethat none.of it ever Js to waste. It is so tender Come in NoV While our Stock is Fresh c. c. . cu LTON I toothsome, so different ordinary meats that no thinks of leaving any linen: There's no waste hit qur meats. You know t means. 1 !m at-tha- ' - . TH . It Will Be A Mutual Pleasure I 1 J Home of Good Glotkes ' S. St nailer, lVoyrietor Exclusive ROYAL Airier lor Sil-KJW Sk - - Xr Yhm Woi teu . ummmmmmmnt Sjj L 1 r,. IN M'M 1 w wrw w The Sewing Machine This "aifertrt" machine, this "superior" machine, this perfect twier ptect the machine of your imagination which you sighed for trfry t jne the thread slipped around the spool pin of your old and broke, every tfrne its shuttle wore out, every time its stitch ' 0x17 tinic 'ts nccNc broke, every time your back became weary and your feet became tired, tbii machine with its 32 faultier S inventions we now oficr to you at your own terms aslow as ma-ctze FREE Is 00 A Week 7e V- - V. 1 OVERSTOCK ED AUCTION ALE Beg Inning Apip 1911 I will inaugurate the MOST STUPENDOUS AUCTION SALE ever held in Richmond in my line. There will be two sales daily, one at at 7 p. m. Everything in my store will be offered for sale, and my stock of m and the-other SWSl I n v s 1 af M ' l IT iV VJir JV VB VbVM W 7W 1 -- 7w 7f 7I 7f7I bV IN "3a 2S1 as S Tr - jj it- FiU I set" fatter, rues lighter, is more be lats longer and makes a more snnh rhaa the bigfaett priced on the market. To appreciate ou must first come to our store t ie pn.-t)ir quality . u t implicit "ii anin erideoce of theourselves, r t.ave TV FREE ' wiH 'iiitso good that it fewerbe hard 10 realize that the is so tor that we promised I" Free. Ac investor of tbii pmtirv mchte (txt we would iish it. Y areaocmiotncti 10 ? 1 v. jc.'i nun for nadtines which prirr paced fMsV TRIAL kttp-nuar- Diamonds,, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Brass, Cut Glass, ' BricaBrac nnnansji mi Statuary and all kindred goods will be put under the hammer This will be a rare opportunity to purchase high class Jewelry at bargain prices A high grade professional auctioneer will conduct the sale. Remember the date April 5th, continuing 10 days """"""" -- ' IIM . '" I -i- mrila1as1MriMas1 aassslll lllllsll I hmhui , 'K 'u 10 girc it a Big W'a.tch Sign File Richmond Climax. ftlELISSED H i I r own borne. Sew mi it. Test it on all sorts of material. Ti.m tf after 30 dan ymm arc not entirely satisfied if you are not absolutely tJ that it is the boat awefciae jrou have ever sewed on the mott improved aad at its low price, me biggest bargain you ever made -t!. machine to at aad we will refund ail yenliave paid on it so that the ; ". not cost yo eae eeat. .f hn orr tew stet Sn a hr M 4ari t eraamtml lul.ioiifu! . in aUn Ht . n u iu lanlw Haanauu . i Monswcwittlfaili is , -- Wi d S sen t Dstl Bciristi nuke h iw "Kkiwl l Ok :kt c w S ruiiii ifct tfeaileotter -r u ran S tU. rW Wa4 Uf xiastrt lut tkas sa- BlcMser , -t- snr ste SssssdU kU.eseal a ske wit t4tinssmt: ale. It fatiei Asa Ske fattest Rmt sa4 tintflci Aim At w . .Hirh o the lptmi Ha4 Lssek S siaisliit Kw BbWs MatMae m 30 DAYS jolt A I have H For Sale. a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a depot wagon, carry four or five pople. It has both summer hihI winter side doors, pole and shafts. I also have a set of hand made cairiage harness and a lairs gontlo harness horse all of which I will sell worth the money. Big Watch Sign FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN ,t tmi . la htas W. EIERI WUIESOAT BT THE CLIMAX PSINTINO CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. AVliite Steve K. Taught Kesttr KENTUCKY of ASSOCIATION re.e i ' e I !te F re ' etiiovtJ a!I rtjae Come t w sat r.mainm ftr ta FseekaaM ukeTke a4 Imw it kai a scare at Msec tawwrestealt , k. L rfav. il r. visk ru tor ss4ars utal. Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. . Editor Luman & Higgins Richmond FFICE PRESS ssd 'Opposite Hotel Glyndon EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBUSt'ERS LEAGUE. $1.00 PER . YEAR Automatic Gate Before Buying Examine The Whitaker IN ADVANCE WEDXESDAY APR. 5- 1011 Old Kentucky. By SxVTOYARD. Kentucky mountaineer, of whom The we have hoard so much, mostly lies, in a quantity in the mighty equation of American citizenship somewhat corresponding to the Higland Scot of the time of Robbie MacGregor or oarlior. when MacCallum Moore was chief of the Campbells. Let a Kontuoky mountain' eer kill an cmony and every miserablo and malioious Pharisee in the land wells up his eyes and washes his hands "with invisiblo soap in imperceptible water," and bewails the "barbarism" that main tains in the proudest Commonwealth between earth and sky, whereas incid Pstt Asst. 2t Ktf. 1 atbaaiel Whltaker. Xo. VAJOOS ental trivial romark is called forth by 'T'EIS GATE IS MADE OP THE BEST MATERIAL and GUARAX-TEEfoul murder in other communites. I un to give etsUro mlifitctron in evry respect or we will take it dertake to say that in a given twonty-fou- r at our own umom. A trial does not oost the farmer anything. It hours more crime, violont or steal ck proof. No hog can nice it up and go under when it is closed. It thy, is committod in the city of New latch, but it porfect Jock. Tho lock is so constructed that it posi Y'ork than in the ontire State of Kentuc lias no dead oeater will not stop half open, where others give We claim to have Ue oost lock oa the market, which locks on .' days, and life ky in a given twonty-fou- r center of gate. It aho has a bumper which throws all the shock off and nronerty. espeoially property, are TP and prevents gate from sagging. The levers are made of clear safer in Kentucky than In New Y'ork, .'iid fastened to a plate which works on a pivot on a lever post In Kentucky it takes 100 percent to give SOLD BY full title. In Now York it only roquires 01 per cent. Co. It seoms that there is a strike on the Queen & Crescent railroad in Kentucky & WIIITAKER, Sole Owners and Manufacturers WALKER because of the employment of negro Richmond, Kentucky. firoman to operate the trains on that lino. The trouble in Kentuoky is confiinod to Pulaski and Whitley counties, where a search warrant would not have, discoverWatch ed a negro in 1800, and where a search warrant would meet- - with dtfllculiy in ' cialty to which we giv special finding a Democrat in 1011. So there is 'i: Xo matter how Much or how nothing political in the trouble, which 0 watch is defective or damaged is duo to casto that is strongor than ' particular prMe ia doang the government and laws, stronger man the timepiece will beat good as morals and religions, strongor than ei than it wheats, aar. We do armies and navies. A harfdful of ne- Ihw repairing atsd ranieilaBf: ia Kroos, have boon killed in this quarrel perhaps a half dozen but not a great while ago a hundred negroes were killed Tcsl us with soma piece you in Illinois in the shadow of the monucannot now use ment reared to perpetuate the fame of lynchAbraham Lincoln, and ing was becauso of that same quarrel that is incitod by caste. Springfield, RICHMOXD. KENTUCKY Ohio, and Cairo, Illinois, also are prono main srREET D to indulge in racQ riots. Scnrcoly a day passos that you dt not read in a northern nowspapaer that U culprit is saved from tho vengance of the mob by the vigilance and the valor of ample police force. Tho mob spirit is rampant in th,o North. As for tho night, riding, it is cowardly, brutal and a disgrace to the Stale. But the provocation is sore. The most ono-rofa?m and the most labor husbandman ever engaged in the planting, tho cultivating and the curing of a crop of tobac:o. A trust was organized under the kws of tho virtuous and New Jersoy, the purhightoned. State pose of which was to fix the price of the merchandise which it bought, as well as to make tho prico of tho .goods which it sold. Tho largest magnate of thiscor-cer- n is rated at 3100,000,000. and mon. women and children in Kentucky toiled and swoat at tho Jiardost farm labor in the world to swell .that man's .gains. Their was butons buyer of their product, and it as conscioiicoloss as that Danio saw in hell. Hence lean night riditig. Nearly a century and a half ago there was night riding under comparatively trivial provocatior. in tho Godly town of Boston. It is calk'd the "tea party," It was just as lawlesn as any night riding Kentucky or Tennessee ever indulged in and those who participated in it would havo shed blood as remorselessly had there been resistatieo requiring it. But tho tea party was i thoroughly patriotic folks shinding, and pletify of high-tone- d would bo mighty ;lad to find that thoir granddaddies partioipated in it. So you see, it all doponis upon the point of she-wolf after his pardon. There is nothing bet- tor established than that crimo is pro- gressive. Enlarge this man and the chancos are his next crime for he is as prone to crimo as the sparks to fly upward-wi- ll bo murder. It- - behooves tho American people to find out that a criminal is not necessarily a saint, or oven a hero, especially if he is a sneak thief. ' WRESTLING BOUT! One. of the Oldest Forms of Spor Known to Man. IN THE ART ANCIENT EGYPT, A TALK WITH LEE. view. ad The Richmond Gate Manufacturing Repairing s F. J. YEAGER Emhry 14, 16 sf Coinmp The Leading Specialty House 1 MMted Suits For Women and Misses and 18 years, suitable for small women; also extra sizes 34 to 42 bust measure Complete showing of Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits of English, French and Storm Sergef Fancy Worsteds, and ' vMannish Tweeds, Silks and Linensexhibit. The most complete showing of tailored suits we have ever Critical shoppers tell us they are the most attractive garments we HayK ever shown .... beeu.ableto) - 't s ,$25, $30, $35, $50 Silk amid ' An exclusive showing of silk and linen dresses in many charmingand distinctive models Lkee dresses $25, $35 $12.50, $18.50, Extraordinary showing of tourist and motor coats, dressy and plain sei;ge coat and evenidg capes of silk and broadcloth; also pongee and linen traveling coats Women's Coat Department $12, $15, . $25 first time. Reproductions of the late illinery Department New Trimmed Millinery will be shown for the Parisiau Models Quality considered, our prices are lower than found elsewhere Bmbry Main & Company Lexington Street, East KenfigJ, Suns of the Night. "During the day wc say that the sun shines; during1 the night- we should say that the suus shine," writes a Boston correspcudeut of tho New York "Durrog the day one sun Times. reigns over us; during tho night many suns sparkle and sclntillnto upon us. The only difference is that our sun of day Is so much nearer than our suns And then our .out: aged sentimentalist of night but thpre is one sun of night Greco-Romacol wants "tho intervention of some legis- - that during our winter far outshines latlvc or executive & uthority with power tho other sparkling sky gems. That lar and elbow, recumbent and upright Terminology of wrestling terms Is to undo this grievou wrong," and he sun is SIrius, whoso distance has been meager. The names In many in estimated at 50,000,000,000 miles, on the Governor ofKontucky calls stances were purely local as, for In ronderinopcrative ll ie verdict sanction whose size has boon conjectured to be stance, Cumberland nnd Westmore- as vast as that of 7,000 suns like our ed under the quest enable authority of own." laud, which In this country Is called a habitual criminal act." Ho even is hack wrestling. Collar nnd elbow wrestling originated In the counties of wrought to the poinj. of suggesting Just Like Her Brother. gressional scrutiny, wl beseeches some-raTho new cook, who had come into tho Cornwall and Devon, England, and ical reformation household during tho holidays, asked itill Is practiced there. body to "institute a The and Greco-of tho adminbtrati m of tho criminal her mistress: "Where ban y.our son? I not seeing Itoinnn styles aroynow tho only ones Commonstatutes of this sfoat ttsed lo championship matches. Tho him round no m5re." . wealth. "My soni" replied the mistress pride- - fiormer is all that its namo implies. Now what is thai ut the maudlin fully. VOb, he as gone back to Tale. A wrestler may catch his adversary ravings that make re trtyrs of 07 porcent Ho could only j;et away long enough on any part of the body, neck, head or of our murderers vl lose cells, are filled to stay until Ner Year's day, you see. limbs. In the latter style the bold Is restricted to that part of tho body I miss him dreadfully, though." with rsro exotics, idun w,ith iio "Yas; I knowing yoost how you feeL abore the waist line. acquittal by fumes of Eden, and hailed with .ap- - My broder, ho jjan in yall sax times eontimcntal juries Wrong Ueas. II tinco T'ankgivlnjr." Judges plause as Iho triutrl bh of vlrture ovor Thft, sBger-Areryearo.- alle sure Jaiertjiiver-tyrannyVice, the victory nf uceasc yoa .was a Bttrga ''Our baby or k tor ChamWkit's " he ohlargemant ef MIerc is the plsa-fmm mat. mutual jab. oehcihi ur ll Cough Remedy" writes 'Mrs. T. B. Ken- wi,.,it. in.. II aierata,. bsrdaled) nat'ur! horn drlok. JtacHwr. Ga the 4 tPQBttai'w&ii i'ujb.mwaj a i lar- hi mil ea the nwrket for couehs, cabis nnd Np, ForJSW by gioektoa & Son ch-us-catch-can, n, il "For the lackcfa monk tho abbey will not close. borne weeks ago a ne gro was found gujltyof grand larceny by a jury of Scott county, Ky., and it developed that it kas Ills third qonvic tion of a folony. Undor tho laws of the Commonwealth, 'Alien one Is thrice found guilty of a f alony, it is imperative that the sentence imposod be a life term in State's prison. It appears that this particular roguo had stolon a turkey of value adequate to ,11ft tho crime to the dignity of grand larcony, and as a Kan sas rooster sold for $1,000. it is no vio loneo to roason or jsuppose that Kentuc ky has a turkey gobblor worth 620. Ilete is some grief an Eastern Pharisee wastes on that episode1: It is inconceivable that in an enlighl cned community, in one of the greatost States of this Unfon, justice can bo so strained that it deliberately sentences a man to life solitude in the penitentiary for stealing a fowl. Tho press dispatch' ee from Georgetown, Ky., says ibis has done. Such porvtirsion shoukl . arouse the righteous wrath of ovorv man woman . and child. The courts of great State have brought into dis repute. Tne victim of this remarkable judicial deliveranoo was n colord man, and his offenso the- theft of a turkey on tho eve of Christmas. True, tho man had served time ttvico before; but may there have not bcci extenuating circum tances? The bare-facthave only reach' ed tho East, but the one fact that lifo imprisonment may follow such a petty crime is sufficient i o direct omphalic at tention to what apj ears from a distance, a miscarriage-o- f Justice in the grand Commonwealth south of tho Ohio river, Nobody in Kentucky was oversentenc od to "solitary" confinement in State's prison. "But may; thero not havo been extenuating ciruanstances?" Hardly. Tho belter opiniofi would be, and tho rational, that there was aggravating cir cumstances, for it ntands to reason that a sneak thief thijico convicted of the crime committed tame scores of other larccncies not discovered. This man is an incorrigible thijt, brsd in tho bono. Where is a better ilaco for such a mis crfcant than in the lenlteptnry? Tho fol lowing comment on thisatfair is gratuitous in view of the (act that white men havo beon sentenced lo State's prison for life under tho identical statue invok ed in this case: ('The question well may bo asked, . .Wolild this verdict have beenrcndcred if tkji prisioner at the bar was a White ma'n? Does prejudice against color in Kentucky provent the administration of justice, .always supposed to be blind, jind dealing with all classes equally and) fairly, regardless of social casto?" ' s The General's View of His Own Ability and Sphere of Action. General Leo knew his own training, his own character, knew his own work and did ft, letting others do theirs if they could. It i3 with this explanation in view that we should read his colloquy with B. n. Hill toward the close of the war. "General, I wish you would give us your opinion as to tho propriety of changing the scat of government nnd going farther south." That Li a political question, Mr. Hill, and you politicians must determine it I shall endeavor to take car of tho army, and you politicians must make tho lawn and control the government." "Ah, general." said Mr. mil, "but you will havo to cliange that rule nnd form and express political opinions, for if wo establish our independence tho people will make you Mr. Davis" successor." "Never, sir," he replied, with a dignity that belonged only to Lee. "That I never will permit Whatever talents I may possess (and they are limited) aro military' talents. My education and training are military. I shall not do the peoplo the injustico to accept high civil office, with the questions of which It has not been my business to become familiar." "Well, but, general, history does not sustain your riew. Caesar and Frederick of Prussia and Bonaparte were great statesmen as well as great generals." "And great tyrants," ho replied promptly. "I speak of tho proper rule In republics, where I believe wo should have neither military statesmen nor political generals." "But Washington was both and yet not a tyrant" With a beautiful smile he responded, "Washington was an exception to all rules." Atlantic Monthly. SWISS VIGILANCE. Effective Supervision Over All For- eigners In the Country. In proportion to her population Switzerland gives asylum to more for eign anarchists and revolutionists than any country m Europe. If they respect the law they may remain In this country ns long as they wish. The Swiss have a very effective method of supervising the foreigner, be he an archlst or banker. Every foreigner arriving in Switzer land must procure from the town hall a permls de cojour within eight days of his arrival, under penalty of a fine, or, in serious cases, of expulsion from tho country. In order to obtain this permission his papers must be in order that is to gay, he must take his passport to his. consular representative in Switzerland and have it signed by tho latter. By this simple method the Identity of the foreigner is established, and In return for his papers, which Tire docketed, in tho town hall, he re ceives n permla de cejour for a period lasting from a few days to a year tho maximum duration when it must be renewed. This rule ia so strict that even Swiss citizens of other cantons are classed as "foreigners," nnd must take out their permission to reside In another canton. An exception Is made In favor of visitors staying at the principal hotels and pensions, who are nominally al lowed two months' stay Gnstcad of eight days) In Switzerland beforo they aro expected ti) legalize their papers, but this law fc not strictly enforced, as the hotel proprietor supplies the o with a list of his cuests nt fre quent periods. Washington Star. po-llc- y Records Show That the Early Athletes Were Masters of Over Four Hundred Different Holds Many of the Old Grips Are Used In the Modern Game. The strenuous wrestling game is as old as the hills. In the days when men lived In caves, clothed themselves with Dg leaves in summer and girded their loins and limbs with skin3 of fur In winter wrestling was part of their mode of fighting. That the change in the modo of life during the long circle of years to tho present day has not injured the art, that It exists practical ly as It was In the dim, uncertain ages of the past softened and mel lowed perhaps In some of the rude essentials, Is made manifest by the records which have stood all these years, mocking the attempt of Father Time to efface them. In the templo tombs of Benl Hasan, located near the banks of the Nile, hewn in "stone, wrestlers are depicted in various positions, exemplifying all the holds and falls that the modern exponents of wrestling now use In their bouts. In tombs Kos. 1C and 17 the figures of the wrestlers represent nearly 450 positions. It would seem from this thnt the Egyptians were masters of the art of wrestling and that the present day athlete scarcely deviates from the methods employed by men In this sport when the earth was young nnd Egypt was the head. legs and torso of civilization. It was from the Egyptians that the Greeks obtained their knowledge of wrestling. The figures In the Benl Hasan tombs prove this. Tho Greeks were the greatest fighters of those days, and it was but natural that they adopted sports as a means to develop their physical condition; bonce It was that at their game3 held at Olympla and elsewhere nt stated intervals wrestling was part of tho program. At these games the champions of the friendly nations met in rivalry. There was great glory attached to a victory. The successful competitor was treated like a hero. His return to his native land and his entry into bis home city were made nn occasion for a trium phant procession. He was the hero of the day, of the hour. The Olympic games their revival dates from 770 B. O. were held every four years at Olympla. in Ellis. They were started as a religious festival In honor of Jupiter, but the games, like the play, soon became the thing, and tho people lost sight of the solemnity and sanctity of the meetings and as scmbted there Just to see the sport It was In the eighteenth Olympiad. 107 B. G, that the first record of wres tling was established. Eurabatos, a Spartan, was the victor. He carried off the prize, a crown of wild olive made from a tree which stood within the lnclosure nt Olympla. It will be seen from this that wres tllng Is one of the oldest sports,' pas times, means of attack or defense, call It what you will, known in the history of man. From the dawn of literature there are records of wrestling bouts. To Homer we owo that glittering, glowing description of the encounter between Ajnx and Ulysses, ne im mortalizcd Ajax,.wtio was tho Incar nation of strength, the physical power In man, and Ulysses, the crafty, the champion of every art and wile. Ho mer before he wto stricken blind wit nessed many great wrestling bouts In the Greek cities. In his "Iliad" he graphically describes the wrestling bout between Ulysses and AJax. Nor is that alL In the convulsions of strife which followed among tho fighting warriors, down through many chaotic changes out of which empires rose and fell along the path of time, In periods dull, creaking, rude and gross down to tho present decadei wrestlfng was known, understood and plnyed' Its part , That Shakespeare In his day realized its popularity and made: use of it is evident In that scene between Orlando and tho duko's wrestler In "As You. Like It" Although the play was supposed to take place In v ranee, the wrestling In this scene Is a reproduction of that practiced In England at that time. In the long time that wrestling has hold sway there have been many styles Nine timc3 out of ten when a child Many a mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her fam- complains and you don't know exily, especially among the children, by actly what is the matter with it. it tne use of a free sample bottle of the needs a laxative its bowels are confamous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup stipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct Pepsin. This offer of the doctors to the trouble, tone up the child and send a free sample bottle has been re- soon it will be well again wondersponded to by thousands of women ful results have been secured with Dr. Clarence H. Vaugbt. Syrup Pepsin over night in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a i You can buy it of any druggist at Dan II. Brook, life, ire and accident truly wonderful laxative and espe- fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the cially adapted to the needs of babies latter being the family ske, but you insurance. tf and children because it is pleasant to are invited to make a test of it irst taste and no child will refuse it Then, at the doctor's expense. Send him It all and today Toilet Articles and Extracts it is mild child's never gripes.should is be, your address sample and he wilt send remedy that a you a free bottle direct to though it ii a good laxative for the your home. Then when satisfied buy n I am representing the whole family because it is effective it of your favorite druggist- Hygienic Company and a at pre- at alt ages. It is not dynamic like For the free sample address Mm. pared to furnish the highest grade of sal tar puis and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to chil- Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell toilet articles and extracts. building. Montkello. 111. dren under any circumstances. Mrs. Bettm Tkmpudcas. For Sle by STOCKTON'S DRUG SToRE No. 306 Third St. UienmontL Ky. France-America- Millinery Splendor Is more beautiful "Griffon Clothes" Are Hand Tailored than Ju-clud- es un-trimm- ed ever this season Our showing of HATS trimmed models, shapes, both in large and small effects, and a" most gorgeous display of effective feathers, flowers an dv trimmings and our prices are uu-usual- ly low. the m. positively good, but its not this band tailoring alone that gives them tbeir reputation its stylft a ad fabric Its the individuality that has been served into each gar meat. The next tine you are ready for a suit which should really be It rankps right mow come in and see the excellent new spring styles. Lots to cis. Ha. pick from; not high in prices, but right in price $10, $321, $15 Children's Rompers of blue sioghan aad trimmed la whit braid Mad and $18 R.&G. Corsets 25c Marquesette All tb A-- 95 $1 the Latest Specials A regular 13c Scrub Brass ... 5a Regular 10c Salt Staad. 5a Regular 10c Pepper Stand 5a Regular lOe Haay Paailtets. 5 Regular 10c Barrett 1 "fc m a 50c yard abiMtoa. Mc wife Taffeta 5ilks A bMwttfal Bar. 38 inchas wide 5c BMb aad strifes 98c yard McCall Pattern! No. 3925 WiiiL No. 3941 Price, 15 centi each A CHARMING Eldean Knit Waists Slurt tor child rag, aH shm COSTUME 10c Druggets Bargains ia TMaastr; Brussels Druggets, beautiful paUeras, 9x12 RagBhrly soM for $13, now New 5prm Silks and Voiles In all the new shades in plain, dots and sttipe effects. Reg ular ijye value, now dozen Curling Kids box Complexioa Pawder Can Talcum Powder fixtra good Taotk Brash 2 spools BaaUag Tkread 12 doeea Battens SO Envelope " 4 bars CastUe Sees 2 Spools Thread .... 1 1 1 5c 5c So ic sn 5c 5,, 5 good Gum Ilair Plas . " A beautiful let of Taraaoa Q box Ilair Paw 3c Ioa ., Sayard K $12.50 25c a yard A large and choice assortment of - c l Ball White Tap 1 ular 25e vataa, aanr Triaraed ialuae, pfeia watte, abo Wue, ptafcaad Jabots Makripel. W Reg- aav aB ft 9 . aaaaB ""BBBal 1 Beautiful New Waist White gerie and. Tailor-mad- e Waists elaborately trimmed in laces and embroidery 1'apec just received; Goods. HalrPiBs -- 1 Paper ftspoll IS "20 G Pis , - f Slate Penates yd Ribjton in all eaters DoU 1 Specially Priced $ 1 50 New Spring Raddiffe 1 ' n t "owBoy Romping, rollicking children canrgo. through a pair of or- aiuary hose in a day. It takes t.tem a mCini.h nUh am.,.. " uu" , 7, T "-i,- " ' per-kvho- Havana - UasxasLs 1 5uits ' 1 . I t I $- 25 Ba mm A "ps"Jf""1 bi'avtifvl fiock ' mm iBBHi I -- ? -- or ai4r re4k Mur v. i . . 'V iJiuji i in a . DOS 11 .it I si . w'i II I ll .1 i 75m '1 ' 1 & W, mm- - BW 1 mm em. BM wBL.BM - 1 ,1- - I I I 1 w I F wESBBBBBKSHE ,raBBKafi MaHavawTV jiK M -- 'juuuuWl H PHI bbbbI aa BBB BBBB yter-Sgvf-- 4; m BBBMBBIMBBbBBBBBB iVr'r iBaaiaBaliflfff '"liifalT- fr ' "f3 L JfSBESseRI BBBaBVBaBaBaBaBaBaBB ' . ?! if We bave just received our last car of Implements up-tc-da- te Farm Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Gemiine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cultivators, J. L Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado aad BeHView Double and Single Dine Harrows, T. H. C- - Hay Presses, Deering M- wers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude-tmkWagons. Call and look these "over before buying. er i D. B. Shackelford Telephone 33 & Co. My FOR SHERIFF We ore authorised to announce- - ELMER lor The Northwestern Mutual Lite In- DEATHEKAUK B candidate tlie Mierm o action o Madison county, Subject to surance Jj., will loaa money at 5 per Democratic party cent interest on spoil improved fattn We ore ntiUioilzed to announce JOIINEj1 BALDWIN a candidate tor Sheriff at Nnd lands on Mortpve. ison county, subject to the action otJh( C Chenaull, Atfy. Apply to J. Democratic party. Richmond, Ky. We are authorized to announce X.' .1 JONES a enndidute for Sheritf ol Madtsor county, subject toJthe uction of tlie Demo cratic party. We nre authorized to announce H. II COLYEK a cundidute for Sheriff of Madl eon county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wearc hereby authorised to announce VAN 11. BENTON a candidate for Suerifl of Madison County, sulijeet to the action uf the Democratic party. T. R. Pennington SCHOOL. SUPERINTENDENT Dentist. Weore authorized to announce BENJAcandldale for SuOffice nast door to Governmoni buill MIN 1. BD WARDS, a SclioolH of Madison) perintendent of l'uhlic county, subject to the action ot the Dcnw Ing RIohmond, Ky. cratic party. FOR JAILER Wearcuuthorized tonunounce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Mndlson! coutit", subject to tlie action of the Demo-- f Dentist erotic party. Tolephoni 267 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W. F. Office in Oldham Buuaing: J ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the, Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRue C. accessor to IJurein & Denny House a candidate for County Clerk of, Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party Orer 8Ut Banr Tratt Company TKLEPHONB 26 ! C-- 9i Money to Loan on Good Fawrri Lands. " FELT SOIMY FOR HIS MULE. Wm Safors the Grlrzly Made Hi Attack. In a trip oTer the Sierra Xevadas a with him not only his Calif omiaB-teofavorite hors. but a mule named Billy. Billy was a large iron gray mule of the pack variety and had more than once male the trip. On the second day In the mountains the owner tethered Billy to a tree, allowing him about twenty feet range good feed, and then where there-wratook a seat on a' fallen treo not far away to eat bis own lunch. Ho had finished his meal and was half dozing when suddenly tbe mule reared and snorted loudly. His owner sprang to bis feet and looked about Not ten feet off stood n huge grizzly bear, evidently with designs on tbe owner of tbe mule. That Individual, rushed for the nearest tree and made good time in climbing It He was safe for the nonce, but how about Billy? How could the tethered mule defend himself? To his owner's .surprise illy dropped bis head after a moment ind resumed feeding- - as if oblivious of the grizzly's proximity. As for the bear, he stood still for several minutes, his eyes wan dering from the man in the tree to Billy. Tho mule's composed demeanor evidently puzzled him. By and by the grizzly started to make a circuit of tho treo to which the mule was tethered. Billy continued to nibble grass, but kept an eyo on the ene my's movements. The bear emitted a series of deep growls, then opened his great mouth and disclosed two rows of ugly teeth. Slowly the great creature advanced upon the mule. Billy still continued to graze, his back toward the bear. Nearer camo the grizzly and still near er. Tho mule stonned feedlmr. Pmm his perch the Callfornlan watched the scene with breathless interest He felt sorry for his mule. Finally the bear stopped, rose on hla hind quarters and prepared to strike. At that moment the muie. at whoso stupidity his owner had wondered, sprang forward, and the grizzly's paws struck empty air. Then the man In the tree saw a srav form double Itself into a ball nnri bound upward. It was the mule's turn. Out of that ball flew two Iron shod hoofs, which shot back and forth with tbe regularity of piston rods, with a thump, thump, thump, against the body of tho grizzly, which was completely off Its guard. He was hit all over on his head, on his shoulder, on his Bide, on his back-- by those pile driving bind feet Ho fell in ono direction, then in another, seeming utterly incapable of getting away, and when Billy stopped kicking the breath of life was gone from the pears body. The mule had not a hair harmed. apparently, and after resting a bit returned quietly to his feeding. Chicago But k s Tht Verdict 1621 This Magnificent Youpg Stallion vill make "tho Season of 1011, at J. 3L IVnrcn's Stable, Terrllf Place, Irvine Street, RIohmond, Kentuefcy. 15.8 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 qualities as to looks, breeding, style and action that.go to mako a great slro and a first class producer. If the law of nature repeats itself r that Hko begols like then you have an ideal stock horse io Verdict. I claim that Verdict carries moro of tho blood of old Peavme and Washington Denmark than any horse livimr, as his brooding will show. Vbiidict's carreer as a show horse has rarely been equaled winning as n and as a straight through the fair circuit without a broak, closing career at the Loufsvilte Horse Show by his winning two first ties in his ckiss and winning second in his class for stallions any ago, thus going against the pick of any aged stallion from Kentucky, Tennessee and Miss ouri, In a ring of fifteen horses. Verdict's show career was cut short in 1002 by sicknoss, only showing at IHobmond and Lexington where be won first premiums ta age stallion class. In 100-- Verdict had fully recovered from his illness and, after making a heavy season, he showed first atKirks-vill- o whero ho won the $500 stallion, mare or golding stake also first for best aged stallion. Ills second shew was at Lexington where won first, thonsto Harrodsburg whero ho won first in aged stallions, first in sweepstakes (IS entries) first in combined ring and first in modol ring at the fair. Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which Kept him from going to tho Louisville Horse Show, for which he was being especially prepared under the able supervision of Mat. S. Cohen. In 1D0C Verdict's colts won first In celt ring and first in stallion and three of get. rk ; eases of children drugs seldom do food and often do harm. taKo" Careful feeding and bathing re the babies' remedies. la disorders and dis- Vehoict is chestnut, ooo The farmers of Madison andadJoLsiageooni e i opportunity to patronized suoh aa Verdic decided to keep Mm in Madison county petmaenr as a rule, all first class- stallions are sold at h'ah r and go to other State. There never was a time history of the county when first class horses comtrur such prices as they do today. But it is jtg patpv the best that these priee are obtained. It is not n pay for the season of a sort, it is what yougittbai in the Ieflg row. - -- r Pedigree sired by Cero Gordo 102?. Squirrel 58, he by Bfeefc Eagle U, he j WjlllniH 97, fey AVashlgk Denmark Verdi ci , Jny Bird 1814, by Peavtae 85; 3d dam by Young l, i he by HSamead Denmark 83, ty Washington Uemn Cero GonuVs dam Mia Risk m on d 561, by Km. I ard, he by Peavine So. King BMard's dam. Ptmr-b- y Imp. Fbare. Miss RiefcmMd's dam Jenny I. n by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washing ton Deatnark ; i You Will see tfeflt Verdioi traces three tines to P i 85 (ofd PpavkteX and three times to Washington Den a thus combtelsg the bleed of twe ef the greatest herses that ever lived. , . Vbbmot llr Scott's Emulsion is the food-medicine that Dr,. Robt C. Boggs not only nourishes them most, but also regulates three-year-o- ld their' digestion. It is R. Emmett Million wonderful Ionic for chil-- l dren of all ages. They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS a - TERMS - Verdict will be attewed te aarve atMwaa DENTIST i L-f $20 to Insure Real Estate. JarryM Blanton, Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete people : : : : : : : All persons desiring either to sell or( or to DENTIST purchase land or other property their make rentals of same will find it to --- NEW ol interest to place the same with mo as 1 OF am a member of the National 'Washington, with Realty Co., of agents throughout tho United States, DENTIST Alexicojind Cuba. Also my services as Some Luminosity So Intense the auctioneer may be secured by calling on Lick, Eyes Cannot See It. mo at my residence, No. 20C Third St., Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. Specialty. f22-t- f Office in Bank Building. THE RIDDLE OF THE FIREFLY, name of paper and this ad. for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-nooEach bank contains a. Good Lock'Penny. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl Su N. V. Sead 10c a Living Colt in which event a Hen wfll be snmtaod an eolt for if r fee and money due when eaU- - is foaled or mare j with. Ore taken to prevent aegfeleats, bat not ri: bte shmld any occur. Mares will be oared for at 38 per month. MYSTERY LIGHT H. I. PATRICK RICHMOND, KY Paint Kentucky paunds lot $2.70; 500 pounds lot So Far It Has Baffled Science, but When It 1$ Solved, as It Eventually $i.C5. Cut Rate Grooery Stores. Will Be, W Shall Have Light With& Simmons' new Office in Douglas For daic. out Heat and the Perfect Lamp. Building oa Second Street Lst In Burnamwood 70x170 fee.. opp. Court Houso The scientist set down a small black tf box nnd impatiently pushed aside the It. K. STONE Apply powerful microscope and the delicate For 5ale. Richmond, Ky discouraging," bolometer. "It Third buggies, two be muttered, "to bare such a treasure I have three rubber tired Specialist before one's eyes and still be unable road wagons, must bo sold at once. Good to grasp It." In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Walkstuff and in good shape. Robort I looked in the little box, surprised and THROAT er, Richmond. Ky. to And nothing but a few brilliant fireRichmond, Ky Oldham BWg. flies. The scientist began to explain. Eggs For Sale. "In that box is the most efficient known to man. The rndlailt I have for sale Brown Leghorn and output from one of those Insects corBarred Plymountli Rook eggs. Sotting responds to nearly fifty watts a can15 oirss. 81. Also few pairs beautiful 4371 dle, while onr very best artificial Attoenkyat-L- a , and popular African geose, $10 por pir. the flaming arc lamp, gives KENTDOKY. iDHMOND, Will make Dm Season of Mil. to & linJtetl mce over btate Bank & Trust Co., op I am also ngeat for tho eolobrated only two or three watts to the candle. whir ef mum, at my father's plaee, sis oslte Coort House, on Main Street. Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Poul- The light from those Insects, as remUm tram JUenHtood, oo U Speedwell p e try appliances foods and supplies. Tel- corded by the bolometer, radiates little If any beat, while the very best incanephone 5 ring 8, "Waco, Ky. . descent lamps waste more than 00 per Living Colt $20 to Clark Rice. liege cent of the electrical energy In useless Orndaate McEllllnp Veterlnnj ot Chicago. Ill R. D. No. 3, .beat. If I could read this secret of Man ey due wben oolt is foaled, aaafe parted Richmond, Ky. ,the insect world and make a lamp after Its pattern I could produce- 3S4 can-il- e with or bred to other stock. power from the same current that R. AzbifTs Stable Office at J. 1 Will Stand My Good Jack This bane elands 19.3 at coming Sives sixteen candle power today. Some Office Phonp 90 lay the secret will be read." Richmond, Ky Res. Phone 532 ( a rick attestant, with white kind legs te The source of all light (except the kaete. atar aad nip. He has plenty of action, flight from fireflies and their kin) Is a mnnnnec aad style aad nee sitae net rated that iiubstance raised to a temperature to set up waves in the surat tlie Ottor Creek Stock Farm, 3 miles he is a real Vype af shew bene. This oofc k rounding ether, which, when falling SURVBYOR norlhoast of Richmond, for tho iwyntiy bred, as has pedigree will sfcnw the upon the eye, produce the sensation Season of 1911, at so4icflge of those Its patron needing sor-Mtawsng eaaaMK Kx MeDenaM, Bteek 'ire know as light Light waves vary vio6 of a competent man. Address, in length between one Snenrr el, Staaowalt Jaottcan, Bine Jeans, Oraf and one RICHJIOXD, KENTUCKY. BagH Mark Diamond. A fee a erete at thaw of an Inch, the first To Insure a Living Mule Colt, nnd e jielng extreme red nnd tho second Wed aaaahhtad walk twe eraeses af Feaetee. violet. Rays ot white light Willi saak arnnUnc an mriftms, tMs Wnse to Season for Jennet $10 have a length of one ksBaaaFHsaH anan flannt uuht! iaanatf with return privilege. of an inch. The sun is a great hands high mass of'wbite hot matter. It Is the atHo is 4 yoars old, 15 Will huy or sell your house, and black with white points, good body mosphere that enables us to see light, farm town lots or any thing and bone, and has proved himself a sure f,nd outside of our atmosphere It Is absolute darkness, as dark as the interior else m the Real Estate line. foal getter and a good breeder. In an intrusted to RICHARD is by R. P. HcCord's jack. (f Mammoth care. particles arc lamp It Any business RICHMOND : : KLNTUCKY Ij the white hot of carbon him will be promptly and Richmond Chief, and out of a Bourbpn floating between the two electroden carefully attended to. See Chief jennet that produce light. In thP Incandescent lamp it s the hairpin filament Inhim if his services are All .care taken to prevent accidents, side tho glass globe that, when heated but not responsible should any occur. ty electricity, gives off light waves. We represent iron bound Mares and jennets kept on grass and In gasjand oil lamps light Is produced re- feed at reasonablo rates. t y the heated particles of carbon In tho. Insurance Companies fanies above the wick or rnantle. member this. Mr wrano-- : MaWe jraar name as wde afar yw family as a city ret The eye can stand without tiring a, t tlie l market qsotatioDB At tho same time and place I will stand trlillance of about fivo candle power .4Maae aad iM . iv ni 8 I -- d by whe a v iu.e lhi m b of oar telephone aoeomi'lit? the square Inch qf surface. The orMy Fine Saddle Stallion gt a m timt is small rogfvii with 'he ben ar wtirhb "ii ai.fl dinary candle flame gives only two or ti e re Oali w nidr-n-- ear atnr-- s aiSee or write dirrct to headquarter-- N three candle power to the square inch, ... ii:, t la ruiHti-.- rMr.ii'ie oar special 'Fa'sera' Line while the suq at zenith gives 000,000. " we ma immediate'i If jra r hoc " yine tteptnM Real ir The arc light ranks next to sunlight, S aie t Kentarkv Tennessee Mississippi raa. Oa lit Oldham Building vrtth 10,000 candle power an Inch, and p tiMi o Ia1iHB ami IIMqihi. S Mth-r- a .i.l .u At $10 to Insure. the best tungsten filament lncnndes-cent- s Ky EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated He is a jet black horse, 0 years old, give 1,000 candle power. This and a saddle horse getter. He is sired means that If the sun could be changFOR SALE IJew residence in Bur- - by Verdict and out of a Count Wilkes ed intp a ball of tpngsteij it would J. Stone. mare. nanwood. tf tSrow off only 1,000 candlo power of light from every square Inch of Its The wise man carries both life and Climax--$surface, when the world would be Dan II. Breck has fire insurance. practically dark and we should freeze tRichmond, Ky. to death In a week. Phono 423-- 2 ri.igs. he best policy The prism shows that white light Is composed of a happy blend of all colors of the spectrum. The sun gives the only pure white light; with the arc lumps a close second and the metal fl lament lncandcscents taking third place. Sky light such as comes from tlie north on a clear day, is bluish white. Gas mantles give greenish light, open flame yellow light and keroNearly all women suffer times from frmnlo sene orange light. ailments. Some women suffer more aenrelv and f By the laws of evolution the human more constantly than others. But whether you have big lot e,re has become accustomed to sun lght. or sky light, coming obliquely utue pain or wnetner you sulier intensely, you Yellow fjom above, apd our ores resent light should take Wine of Cardui and get relief. coming from any other source. Snow Cardui is a safe, natural medieine. for wnmon b1ndness, distress from "white-sanor viater, Is tho result of violating this i prepared scientificallv from harmless vpfrpf.nKlp in- , I . 1 rjile. Tbe upper eyelid is adapted to T, l greaients. xt acts easily on tlie temale organs and shade the eye from a strong light fiom abovc. The lower lid cannot pergives strengtn ana tone to tne wliole system. form this office, so when a strong light Deal Yours for is reflected up Into the eyes it blinds GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON Best Patent Flour. 100 LORD REON REG. NO. Lawyers 52777 1- W. L. LEEDS Street Dr. M. Dunn Mile Track Race Record Over in winning race, Knoxville, Tenn 2203-4- , beating 14 starters. Second day after race worked a mile in 2:14 -2 2. Lord 2:20 34 Rion Record G years oW, beautiful, aafthegaay bay, perfeet star, two white feet, 18 bands disposition, a lady oas drive Mm aa$fwbra; has the finish of a saddle bewe. bb, Sired by the Great Arion 2:07 4; 10-2t sold as a for $125,003.00. ! wu jial If zm Insure Illu-mina- Dr. C H. Matnhart Record-Heral- Veterinary Surgeon - H. Q. DOTY, RICHARD $1000 suf-dcle- James & Httnley TOM BALDWIN, Jr aly. All the customs officials on tho Swiss frontier are armed with carbines, and they arp authorized ta shoot any smuggler who seeks to evade them. Any peasant caught with evert one pound of contraband tobacco la .sure of two years' Imprisonment, besides a ruinous fine. Still, many are found to run tho risk, for the profits attached to smuggling are great A. knapsack full ot tobacco, cigars or salt safely landed yields a small fortune to tho bearer, so heavy aro tha Italian taxes upon these. The custom house officers cannot guard every point at once, and their movements are closely watched nnd reported by the people, who are all In league against them. A Misapplied Diminutive. The late Blfshop William N. McVIck-- In no other country are tho laws against smuggling so severe as .In It- Smuggling In Italy. Will Mako the Season of 1911 at My Stable, Corner of First and Water Streets, at $25 To Insure Living Coll WHY YOU SHOULD BRB1D TO LOR RION He is the esly horse that steed, or jatfta in this eeuBty that was sired by & h owe that sokl for 3125,000 aad tbe ahampjpn btiHt the world, aad has bee far IS jeaas;. atsd bis record stands today. LORD RION made bis reaatti laei fall without any preparation, wbatettatv Started him In 10 races, won 9, 2d bi Ibe aabar. He is the best bred, best leaking and the lastest trotting stalllen that aver aton a season here. MONEY DUE when faot la ncooftninatt or mare parted wilb. Lien ralnhtiri an colt for service fee. Net resfeaatMn far aooidents or eceapes. ROBT. WALKER. Robt. Walker, Richmond Kentucky The Imperial Double Disc Harrow Rural Telephones ig-- lat -- iv-d It J. T. FERR1ELL Estate Agent Richmond, a -- Black Diamond ar of Rhode Islnnd harbored a largo soul In a body to match. He was a bachelor, whose sister kept house for him. On one occasion be telephoned to hkj tailor that he wjahed to have a pair of trousers pressed, and tho tailor sent 4 hoy to bis residence to get them. The bishop's sister admitted tho messenger and called upstairs, "Willie, the boy has come for your trousers."' when her brother appeared, tho youth's astonished gaze traversed the Impressive prelate's "corporosity"; then he murmured: "Qee! Is that Wlllle?"-Tou- th's Com panion. t Coddling The 1 a fear May Collins, -f Woman's Friend at What About .....That Leaky Roof,.... We have a Cypres and of Red Cedar, Writing in a London periodical, an. Englishwoman begins the story of her African hunting trip with: 'Hippos arc usually killed in the wa ter, but a more humane method is to shoot them by moopllght when they come up on dry land to graze." Could anything be more considerate? The hippopotamus must positively enjoy being shot by moonlight especially when his feet are nice and dry. New York American. Raising Gees.?. Tbe raising of geese was a profitable occupation of farming In England years ago, and some fanners had flocks of 8,000 or 10,000. Each goose produced a shilling's worth of feathers every year and quills to of threepence. The quills were used for pens. the-value the Hippo. Flexible Frame. Flexible Foretruck, Interlocking Hubs, Sealteped Blades Double Levers, H tr.i Wood Bearings, Steel Standards, Double Braced Grame The forward seotions cut the gr unp and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and Uimw k back to its original position. Tho ground is leveled and pulverizedjind left in perfect condition for seeding Once over tho fluid with an Imperial Double Disc does as much work as twice over with a single disk and dees it mure thoroughly. The time and expense of disking is reduced f. An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven feot cut is generally used with thrco horses. An Imperial Doublo Disc of tho same width of ant only requires four. The saving of horse power is accomplished: First, by tho form of the machine. Tbe double action of tho two harrows, eno attached to and immediately following tho other, requires much less than the power of two separate harrows one-hal- Pine Douglas, Simmons & Deathera ge Consign Your Live 5tock TO from my plaoe adjoining farm of M-J. Collin?, on Union pike, a i union Mo:k Yards Cincinnati, 0. Lost March 10th. Reward for infortna Large white malteso cat, disappeared leading And receive thahlghost market price to recovery. three weeks go. Reward if returned to as we aro the largest order buyers on tf Nkal Forbe- this office or iorany Information of him. tho Cincinnati market. t--f. -- ... Shingles a Square d CARDUI . Mrs. Tenia Wallace, of Sanger. Tpt..1 H1 Onrnt Zhn , " AV " D "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring I was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to nV.l Ar. IM flVail. SO T tool; f!flW1lli mffl insiilp nf tTmwi 1oro T I my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try 1 O uiu Not Necessarily, "Tho face is the index of the mind, It Is said." "Ob, I don't know. Because a. wo man's, face Is made up Is no sign that hermlnd Is." Toledo Blade. C, C. Seal & Co Lost of its branchos, Farming Implements, Black sow, weighs a beat 275 Buggios, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber tiros &c got prices from R. E. Miller, right ear about half gene. Union City, Ky. When in need of Blacksmithing in any pou Sira.. BlantonCongleton 38 The Woman's Tonic J Lumber .Co. Near L. & A. Depot Incordornied Successors to Ed. Rlanton & Co. Telephone 425 AT ALL DRUG- - STORES it "Good Things to Eat" ana in a quality absolutely dependable. Every product that enters this store tnust stand rigid examination. Each article is chosen frost many brands offered, because it has proved its superior merit. Each brand competes for preference, and none rains a place on our shelves If it fails to measure up to our high standard of quality. One of the recent successful contestants for representation in our line is That's ail we cany, Whether it's a Staple, like sugar, or a fancy table delicacy, like imported cheese, we have it, ' Plumbing .'. Heating have purchased the entire interests of the Richmond Motor & Plumbing Co., and will discontinue the auto- I -- . . mobile business : : I am now pre:. ared to do all kinds of Plumbing, leading, Lathe and Machine Work. will furnish estimates on short' notice without charge. Call oh at our recently erected shops on the corner of B. and Water streets & ELECTA COFFEE , A us" In using Electa Coffee yon are sure of the finest quality a satisfaction that ia itself would make Electa worth more than other coffees. Compare It with any yon ever drank tttfore. Yonll like the rousing flavor csd the sloriou areas. a smooth and dAintv blend selected, highland grown beans the .market's choicest. The Electa process of and preserves the genuine coffee flavor ana improves it. Tsf Tbe JT ray has proved beyond doubt t(iat there are' light rays which move to fast for human eyes to register. r Tbls light penetrates books, wood, and evon human flesh. With tbe fliioroscope to assist our eyes we can eic the bones In our arm without both- -' eilng to remove coat or shirt. But a man with X ray eyes would hjindicnpped In this world.- - for ne- child see nothing but solids, such as ei'rlhs and metals, nnd would be un, able to see a board fence at all. Be1 ytmd doubt there is light so bright. . tfint the eyes cannot see It, ajl Is darkness beyond what our- eyes, V will register, iLlght rays themselves are invisible. VTien they .move through the ether aijne our eyes cannot sec them, consequently all Is total darkness. But wjSen they meet with the resistance of Dtr atmosphere, producing beat, they register on tbe retina and behold, we can see! As the ntmqspjioro thins go upward; sqln prorapidly portion the air resistance diminishes, tbe heat of the sun at sjjms to grow less. This explains wjiy the tops of high mountains are always covered with snow. tUany wonderful discoveries have been recorded In the illuminating field. of late, and it Is safe to say that this bijinch of science affords one. of the gesatest fields for research and Inven-ti- l a. Each year our artificial llloml-najit- s are Improved, but they are far frim being perfect Not until the. secret of the firefly Is read and light is pejdnced without heat will our evening lamps .be.perfect Chicago pa-pband-tqusas-w- It is easier to find a thousand re cruits than one general. Why Hesitate? AruQffer. W. 5. NORRI5 Cook with gas. Its cheaper. Cook with gas. Its cheaper That Involves No Jt. .RisbFor Those Who ".Accept . completely relieve constipation, no mat ler chronic it may be, that we offer to furnish it free to all cost if it fails. Constipation is caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of ths large in testines or descending colon. To expect a cure you must therefore tone up and s'rengthen thoso organs and restore t':om to healthier activity. "Wo want you to try Roxall Orderlies on our guarantee. They aro eaten like oandy, and are patlcul ry ideal for child ren. They act directly on the nerves and muscles of the lower bowels. They have. a natural action on the other organs or glands. They do not purgo or cause any inconvenience whatever. They will Cosititively overcome chronic or habitual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments. Try Roxall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes 10centand25cents. Sold only at our store The Roxall Store. H. L. Perry. Weare so positivo our remedy will J. D. PURCELL CO. Incorporated 9 -- 326-33- 0 W. Main Lexington, Ky 9 9 Auto Coats Every Kind That is New and Stylish Coals of Silk. ' J $12,50 to $25.00 Coats of Linen Mado of Cloth of Gold, Pongee, Tuscan and B&igaline Silks, in the season's most approved styles. Some with shawl collar, some with sailor eoltar, some with notch collar, all trimmed with either braid, satin or silk just enough to ma'ie a pleasing1 contrast 'styles-moafctacseptabl- j 1L y Standard Bred R. I. Reds. the $5,00 mm mm I. F. HURST, fldmbm compaiy Tat e and Telephone 35 S oh jjYhcn a medicins must be given to ydimg children it should be pleasant to, tap. Chamberlain's Cough RemWy-mjjde from lo..38gar, and M roots; us d in lts,pjafvti flavor par to spre ivyrwj, faking it pi-- ! k.to tVte. H us no MqMrior for $b id! Wo now have stock from soma of k. af r " raoeDuf wags rot . Oy best blood lines in America and are giving better bargains than ever before li eggSt hwn . eaowe matings' 98 per IS. Fm mfj ftftk $1 per 15;. Colored M usee vy ttaek.aggM Si per h Ordem taken for baby cbicksaalhiractiaa guaranteed' Jfhoae-Wno- o, W Mr ft C Coomer 0 1 Speedwell, K,v to$1250; j Coats of Scrgei Ma0aio'-$25.6 TP- - Made of pure linen, both the light and heay weave, jL in a variety of shades of tan in "Collars-arf sailor, shawl, or Eotch, some' plain, some 1 .trimmed vo Mad teEra quality of serge in"blSinTy and y tan, with. collar, iwtckodjbet the very popular saild e?Wlar, all touched ng lerCad there V witti a little tnwminj? to make them attractive e j - of-a- kg .Ijf r ... .. . will, make your more comfortable. It is difficult for most nonie of us to buy large quantities of house, furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomasajtractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every All something each year that Kenton Suits Fit and Wear And that'a why we fcell them, our trade is the most critical county, and must have the best A Kenton Suits fits when you put it on, and it keeps on fitting. in-Madis- i We have The Ml decided to sell all Hanan Low Cuts and all plain leather spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- le , Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. ; collars shoulders keep their perfect form--t- he still set well around the neck the fronts and lapels hold the shape put into them by careful EfllETTandHIGGINS UNDERTAKING upright Piano for sal at bargain Jiusinees OfRee Normal Seheol. T: A. conscientious tailoring; and the fabric, be it wor- sted, cheviot or serge, retains its freshness be-- V 'cause of its superior quality. J mQKgl Cuban Star, 5c is I n. ! Shellon, agent for Hurst In ease of rheumatism, rofief from Insurance Co. Write we or phone pain makos sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamber-Mb'- s 151 ring S. Union OHy, Ky. T Liniment. For Sale by Stockton Son. !x- a treat to visH E. V. Elder's r department nad see the sow Gall on Covington & Thorpe for gro and all the desirable mod- si oerfos. You will save 10 cents on every . j Spring Suits are ready in a profusion of beautiful patterns and styles. Browns and Tans, Blues and Grays in every conceivable combina- -. tion of attractive colorings. Many of these sujts come only one suit of a kind, for men who want something different from other men. The low cuts come high shoes at Five Dollars, instead of Five Fifty. in all leathers, including the finest Patent Calf and Kid; the high shoes The come only in plain leathers, such as fine vici kid, gun metal, etc. 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. We ask you carefully to compare Hanan Shoes with any other makes, and see the difference note the finer material and exquisite workmanship wear a pair and see how they keep their shape and good looks and you will believe as we believe that "They Are The Finest Made For Men." Come and see the new Spring Styles when you're ready. $5.00 All low cuts, . $6.00 vs ( i. .'i Mioulder fe nearly always due niatism of Um mueeles,ftnd fjulek-,Come to Owen MoKcc, Richmond to the free apnltettrttn of Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others .. rum's Liniment. For Sale by do and why not you. tf .u A. Son. N luwr. tf We would suggest early buying- - for choice ' selections. A For the finest patent colt and all plain . and patent kid leather hih shoes great stock of other dress shoes at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.60' ,! ihoroughly prepared to do all Washing Wanted. flv screen work at fewest prjo-,- a Mrs. M. Brandenburg, 142 Short street, o call at Douglas, Simmons & Richmond, Ky., wants washing, weekly, 42 Sm R. A. Barlow. rage. t. for three or four families. Kenton Suits $15 to $25 Notice of Application thnt I wrH Governor of the state of Kea !.r a pardon for the killing of Ilurrim, IesJagJoa, Ky, in 1001 Julius Gordon i r is hereby given ap-,- o - Special Sale. We will for ton days only, beginning April 1st., sell Cut Star tumblers for 10 cents eaeii. The regular price is $2.00 per doMo. These prices will lis for Sewell & McKmnoy. oash only.' Other Good Suits $10 to $12.50 . Notice stand mr EHeor Ore Red Bear home en Big Hill avenue at Honey due when serviee Is reu-- I I 0" aloe sheets have for sale-som-e enough for service. live W. B. Turley Dig Hill Ave. I . Town Lots. The following real estate deals have been recorded this week: Flora Bosley. etc to Laura Bright, interest in house and lot, for $2,000; Joe Harris etc. to Btanten & Oongleton, intorost in lumber yard, for $8,500. hog a my Covington & Banks THE STORE FOR QUALITY The April term of the Court of Apueorgo jjeainerage anu nis Ex Mayor 0. E. Woods and Rov Fath a, peals will begin next Monday, the 19th, Iuiuiiu of the oldest and most er Beeler a noted Catholic Priest of .v.-vuuthe members ot the local ber and edofthe colored population of Rich- - For Congregation of First spoke to a b.g crowd in Fal Is Day for Through Trains from mond- - wiu celebrate the thirty-fift- h an- the eourt Home oJHefels have received mouth last Monday on the local option SUDt Of QtV Schools, to Presbyterian ChurchWill question. Mr Woods Is besieged by reLouisville to Beattyille Via niversary of their wedding on next Sat-- i the ttoeket. Madison, as Hml, 1ms Succeed SupL Coates. very few eases, only three being on the urday evening at thoir homo on east quests from all over tho country, where Entertain Presbytery. & A. and Highlands. tloofcet for this term. Two are civil eases (Main street. They havo issued many there is a fight against the open saloon, Fire Alarm. Mistake Corrected. and one appealed by the Common weak. to speak. The Trigg County Record, published invitations and their friends are preparThe Are department made a run last I: !,;:- - been reported that we are connect ing to giye them a big time. Tho congregation of the First PresbyAccording to reports from Frankfort Thoy are Bennett, etc, vs. Bennett, ate; Cadiz, has tho following: Thursday morning to the house on Fifth at ed w.ih the Arm of D. B. MeKiauey, Fjrm Changes. . the through Prof D. W. Bridges, formerly of this will begin Bates, etc.. vs. Harris etc and Commen- Before buying your spring hats visit terian church, of Richmond, are looking i.j! L. bsor to Tate & Sow, an Main street. street, near the L. & A. depot, owned forward to a week of much interest be and wealth vs. Elsie Breaddns. The latter Bealtyvjlle operations between of Mrs. M. II. city, and E. V. Elder's Millinery Dopt. The firm of Turpin & Todd, contracW, ish to say that this report is fake by Lyman Parrish and occupied by a ginning next Sunday. The annual meet Louisville via Richmond, Nicholasville. ease is quite out of the ordinary. of this city, has just been elected tors, has dissolved partnership by mutno wnv oonnooted family named Peels. The blaze started : u i!.ay we are in in of Transylvania Presbytery is to be not later than Breaddus is a negro and he was acettsed to the superintendoncy of tho City To The West ual consent. Judge Turpin, of the firm, Versailles and Frankfort from a defective flue, but the prompt ,'', he above firm. twenty-fheld in (his city, the first time in April 20th, unless some unfavorable of stealing eoal from the L. & X. rail Schools of Richmond, Ky. There are himself with Jeff Stone Mr. Jay Ballard left this week for work of Chief Daugherty and his men 1 Sewail & MeKtnney. years, and Rev. D. H. Scanlon, has associated ive road. The evidence shewed that he delay track ballasting. 750 pupils in the school, with a .force Torritgton, Wyoming, where ho will the pastor, has, with the assistance of and will continue the business, and Mr. weather should and 142 Second St Phone 16 &2S8. extinguished the blaze before serious For several make his The connecting link, which is known eonttseated only a few small pieces, and teachers. of twenty-eigh- t future homo His mother has members of the congregation; arranged Todd will go in for himself. All are as The damages will reach about years past Mr. Bridges has been at the been ia the Kentucky Highlands Railroad, Judge Benton refused to permit a peni Sells Them. woll known and will get a good share of that state for some time. Mr. a very elaborate program. $809 covered by insurance. between Versailles and Frankfort, is ex tentiary sentence. The statute sets out head .of the schools at Lancaster, Ky., Ballard will.go to tho community where .. . T tirm of Lumen & Hlgghts arecer-i:Prominent clergy will be present and tho public patronage. pected to be completed by the above coal stealing from a railroad as a fekray. and could have remained there, but ac- Richard Colyer resides and wjll lease Billy Coming. pushing the Free machine and a will be heard on several occasions. date and this fifteen miles of road will but the big heart of the Judge eeuhl cepts the position at Richmond for tho big ranch. He will have a very cla m they have sold a large number tiresome About seventy-fivoar- e Free Lecture. William Jennings Bryan, the great reason that it is a belter position in that expected. &. A. at Versailles with hardly see Efceie go to the "pea" for trip from Richmond, as ho will mako Rev. Henry Sweets, of Louisville, will Rev. E. B. Barnes will lecture at tho connect&the L. miicc iho took the agency lor thlsseo Commoner, is expected to come to Richthe L. N. Frankfort, thus making a such a small offense, but It may be that the salary is hotter and tho field of the entire distanco in tho car with his l mond on the 20th to delivor his famous work is broader. open the meeting with a sermon next Christian Church beginning at through road from Beattyville to Louis- the higher court will overrule and be live stock that he,is taking with him. lecture, "The Prince of Peace." It will Sabbath morning on "The Christian 7;30 O'clock on "Erasmust,. who was ville, a distance of 170 miles. strlet to the letter with the law. In speaking of tho matter, tho Lan Letters. Advertised be Under the auspices of Ministry." He will also occupy the one of the greatest men that ever lived This will mean much to Richmond, caster Record pays ProfT Bridges this Opera House. Mr W Bates, Mrs. HaUie Brandos, . school lecture course, but on account of vory high compliment: pulpit at tho evening servitfo. A foit-ur- o He was famous as a scholar and theolo- as it should put an ovening train from White Hall. Mr. li.r.iv Blue, Mies Kettle Baford. Miss Mario Harding, the charming the popularity of this great man, the of the morning service promises to gian and the founder of tho scientific Louisville in here not later than 6:30 Rec soubrette and Ea'rl & Reed, the chamIt is with slhcore regret that the Miw. II., Chars. Mr. Robert OoUier, The diasagreeable weather for the lust may have to be engaged to ord learns that wo are to lose Professor Brju. roue, Mr. George OoHlns, opera house pion singers and dancers, will be the at- be tho singing of Mrs. E. George Payne, method of investigation. .He deserves and also a later train, so those who wish few d tys has dotaiHed the farmers ht accommodate the crowd that will no D. W. Bridges as the Principal of our formerly of this city, who is a vocalist to bo remembered by every generation to spend the day in the Falls City could Mr traction at the opera hbuso tonight. roes, Mr. Dave Hall. Mrs. their work. him. Graded School. I'aimio II mis, Mrs. Bertha Hamilton doubt hear Manager Baxter will closo the opera of rare ability. With her husband, Dr. and a large number should come' out havo about eight hours between the arThe young ohiokeas dont seem to like George Payne; thewill gie an enter- this evening. rival and departure of trains. Professor Bridges has boon appoint house ill nex week, with tho exception M' i: IIeffennaa.Miss C-- G. Hughes, Growing Better. Superintendent Pates, of the L. & A., the cold weather very muoh from the Principal of the nigh School at Rich of Thursday evening, when a ono night tainment at tho Normal chapol on next ed il .rv Lewis, Mies Ella Maon, Mr. New One. says there is nothing to give out at pres- way they have dying of kite. Referee in Bankruptcy. E. T. Burn mond, Ky. Ho has tendered his resig stand (.how is billed. Tho cause for the Saturday evening. J Uarsb, Mr. J. G. Moore. Mr. G. Thirty counties in Eastern Kentucky Mrs. Amanda Nealey is able to be out am, says Madison is the best county in nation to tho local Board of Trustees, closing- is to give a force of paper hangM Mr. D. B: McKinney, formerly in the ent, but he is optimistic as to the outMoore. Mrs. R. G. Patton, During which has been accepted, as they of ers and fresco artists a chance to make compose the Presbytery and some of the livery business hero, has purchased the look for Richmond on account of the again after a severe spell of siekness. c Parks, Mr. William M. Parks, the state and he can prove it. leading ministers of the state aro memho has course would not wish to stand in the some Last Sunday was Bro. Martins regular M l. D. Sebastian. B. Tromer, Leon the past five years, in which reeded improvements. grocery stock of Tate & Son, on Main completion of the new road, and feels as bers. Rov. E. M. Green, of Danville, is served in the above oapaolty, only three way of Mr. Bridges improving his finan1; catch. street, and will continue the business. if he will be able to givo out some news appointment atMt. Pleasant but the day Stated Clerk, and Rev. A. S. Moffett, of Fiscal Court C. C. Wamcr, P. M. bankrupt oases have come into his cial condition. It is their only regret Ho is well -- known and the new firm of much interest, locally, within a short was so dbagreable his andiance was while Clark that thoy did not feel able to hold him hands from Tho Fiscal Court is holdibg its regu- Lebanon, is Permanent Clerk, should be a prosperous one. Mr. Cecil time. As it is now, to reach Louisville, small. Rev H. F. Williams, of Nashville is a Montgomery. Garrard, Lincoln, Jessa in Lancaster. lar meeting this week and Tray nor, as head clerk for the'old firm, passengers from this city must go a seems The Mt. Pleasant Sunday-schoclergy who mine and Boyle they come id with much Prof. Bridges, we think wo can say a large volume of business will be dis prominent Mr. roundabout way and spend about two to have taken on new life and we do will remain with Mr. McKinney. regularity. without fear of contradiction, is one of posed (if. Salaries for county officers will be hoard on "Missions in the Ori Tate and his son, Mr. Elmer Tate, who hours more on the road than necessary. hope that it will continue to grow and the best educators ever in Lancaster. will bo allowed at this session and tho ent" with illustrated lectures of the have composed the firm have not dedo great good in the future. Jailed Here. Another Raid. He has done moro to elevate and im levy for county purposes will bo made. woek in Korea and Japan. cided just what thoy will do. Roscoe Whitlook visited his Brother School than It is likely that there will be no change Lewis West, James "Wallaco and Tho Denutv Collectors Bon Herndon and prove the Lancaster Graded and grand mother at Kirksvillekst week. At Ford. been at the in the levy, excepting for the school mas Scruggs were brought hore from William McCoy and TJ. B. Marshal Grif any other man who has ever After Lewis. Miss Nannie Powell is still very low fund. Supl. John Noland claims he fell In a fight at Ford last Saturday even Pulaski county last weok.by Deputy fith made a big raid on Sturgeon Tsreok helm. President Herrington of tho Base'Ball Marshals Colmanand nolsomback charg with Typhoid fever. It will be a hard matter to secure a short list year, in spuoW the fact that ing Everett 'Taylor, son of week, and succeed in Lee countv. last place in as accept- economical methods were used and has Sheriff James Tsylor, of Madison, shot Club has very likely closed a deal with ed violating the internal revenue laws. ed in destroying a 200 gallon still of beer. man who will fill his "Conny" Lewis, the well known Man They were placed under tho caro of Jail for the owners, able manner, and with such general asked the court to give him a little more and seriously wounded Tom Hukle. Warrants were issued money-thi- s satisfaction as he has given. term. Young Taylor was released on bond af- ager, to take the local club this year and er Jones to await the Federal court here who are known to tho officers, but who He was popular alike with the trus ter being arraigned- - before Judge Evans make a winning team. Mr Herrington the middle of this month. took to thoir heels when tho raiders ar has been after Lewis for sometime. He Look Out tees, the faculty, tho children, the paat Winchester. rived unexpectedly on the scene. Sam has been winter ng in Jacksonville Fla. Hunters throughout the county should Bettie Gibson, trons and the public. Allen. John Gibson and da, and a contract is expected to be Brought Back. While we regret to lose him from Lan remember that tho law in Kentucky' were also arrested for unlawfully selling as or closed either y caster, yet we take great pleasure in governing the killing of wild duck, Sheriff Dave McCord returned from liquor in that county. You commending both Professor Bridges and snipe, wild geeso and other aquatic Oklahoma last Friday, whore he went Lowis has signified his desire to come For The Christain Congrega his estimable vife to tho peoplo ol birds, vent into effect on April 1st, and after Luther Pearson, who was wanted hero. Hear Hold Services. tion is Now .Assured. ' a heavj fine is liable to those who vio by tho officials here upon an ugly Richmond. ' Reunion Rates. thrlMng battle scenes,, so In response to a request ' from the offi in Liberal Gift's. late it. Game Warden Bailey claims Visit Elder's millinery department that th(re has been violations, which he charge. He was found at Durant, 'in i ate they. Yon sit on cials of the American Bible Society, The L. and N. has announced special the extreme Southwestern part and con while the drama is en Governor Willson has asked all church and see the beautiful spring styles at thinks )s,chiofly due to ignorance, but 41-sented to return with the officer without low rates to Little Rock. Ark., to the Tho Congregation of the Richmond Bated. es of tho state to hold special services such reasonable prices. as ignotance is no excuse with the law, requisition papers Pearson had been annual reunion of tho United Confeder on April 23rd, in colebration of the there isliablo to be several nimrods working in a saw mill since' locating In ate Veterans Association, which meets Christain church is certain of a hand Our Moving Installation. three hundredth anniversary or the King given ai stiff fine. in that city May 15 to 18 inolusive. some new building to worship in, for Durant, At24-Mak- e James version of the Bible, which was The officers chosen several weeks ago Are Changed-Dail- y Round trip tickets on sale May 13th, 14th in about thirty minutes nearly twenty translated in 1011. No greater- - event by the Richmond Lodge of Elks to serve Land Deals. and 15tlr good returning until May 23rd. thousand dollars was raised by volunteer Gentry. so that on con come again and AsStAooth celebrated and all good people during the ensuing year, will with privilege of extension of return limit gifts last Sunday immediately following R. CnSchoolerlo Perry Moberloy, 15 gals and always be sure of see- could be News has been received herd of the A will commend the Governor lor uis ac evening. 50 cents. the morning services. Amounts running to June 11th upon payment of installed next Friday ing something new. Stop in aores iri'Kirksvillo district for $103.90; oction and make it a point to help mako large attendance is hoped Sot, as it is J. T. Dhwson to W. T. Elswich. 8 14 death of Henry B. Gentry, which The fare from this city is $12.05. It is from $1000. down to $100. were liberally this evening. Dayton.-Ohilast B. Barnos, the . Tho musical offerings at this stage, in the celebration ia: a measure commen one of the most important meetings of acros irJ&Iilllon district for $750; W. H. curred at his home in likely that a goodly number of the "vets' subscribed when Rov. E. Friday .v He was 75 years of aggi Depastor called for subscirptions. Some of many instances, are without rhyme or surate with its great Importance. 'from this section will attend. year. H. B. Terrill willeTJro as Douglas to G. H. and Maggio Broaddus, the ceased was a nephew of tho late Nathan wealthiest members of the church were reason, tljat the public has begun to Exalted Ruler and be succeeded by 33 acres in Union district for $1,300; Joe Gentry, The Climax is of this county. absent, but it was given out tnis morn- - think all that is necessary is several Call. William S. Oldhami Close t Long top. T. Dawson, 1 acre in Kirks in receipt of a communication from r Ine that with such a liberal start, the vaudeville acts, and the opening and ville district for $150; Stove- - Green to Dayt.cn, Ohio, telling of Mr. Gentry's Mr. E, T. Burman came very near congregation would be able to erect an Minor. Peter Citrpentcr, etc., 75 acres in Ellis death, but giving no namo and very lit ssriously injuring "himself ono day la. t edifice to cost about $40,000 with but closing speech. Such is not the case with that Society farce, "Dan Cupid." received. hero last week Yates d strict for $500; S. L..Williams tle data. N. B. Gentry, formerly of week at his home on Lancaster Avenue, A telegram little sacrifico on tho part of the The ploy is in three acts, with a good announced the death of A. B. Minor, of to Bcrtlla Simpson, about 2 acres In Madison, now of Louisville, is a cousin. while in the act of decending the steps. plot to follow; with twelve musical num Boyle county; father of Mrs. S. O. Glade district for 8275; Master Commisleading to the cellar. His foot caught During the pastorate of Dr. McLellan, bers, all original This attraction will Griggsrof Doylesville, whoso husband is sioner ti Harvey Chonault, 159 acres in thht had carlessly two or- three years ago, an effort was be in a piece of cloth Near Death. the offering Thursday, April 13tb. nnstmaster nt that nlace. airs, uavia union siuci, iur ci,uou; u. v. he mom been thrown on the steps J. B. Walker can thank his stars that entum of his body caused him to pitch made to arouse enough interest among Brooks, of Ford, is also a daughter. .Mr. etc., to ibraham White.Sjacres in Glad the members to take the matter up at ho iu alive, for he xame as near being and Mrs. Griggs and Mrs. Brooks at for 824. forward heavily to tho concrete floor. once, but for many reasons it was abandinman Monday morning as one ,ade:id is tended the funeral Saturdays Mr. Minor Ha was nalnfullv bruised and for two In Bunches. coull bo and live. Mr. ft alkor went to days could hardly get about the house, oned. died as the result of a gunshot wound, Considering the wealth of this com fabric. for Tho s jring term of thoNormal school the liarn with a small colored boy- to ne says it was a narrow escape. munity, Richmond should havo modern Levied. . opened j 'estorday with a rush, and the milk;and whilo there a loud clap- of churches and it is hoped that the exam She-rif-f Doathcrago dormitol esaro crowded for room and thunuer was followed almost Immedi Dog S.iow. "Trim" Denutv pie set outby the members of the Christ0 A huge many pit pils aro boarding in the city ately; by a flash ol lightning. 'never lets a delinquent taxpayer got Madison county owners ot fine dogs, ian church, will bo taken up at once by in tho yard of Mr. Neil Bennett, Every ll ain arriving since last Saturday tree loose from him without levying on some congregations and several from ten to fifteen young adjoining, was hit and the bolt followed ot all breeds, aro luterested In the com- tho other article of value that will satisfy tho tax ejpetric wire into tho barn just above ing dog show, which will be held in Lex- beautiful new churches go up within the ai gentlemen with eager desire an debt. Charles Stone, of color, who has ladies d He ington beginning next Tuesday and. con next three or four years that can be obtaii sufficient knowledge to enable where Mr. Walker was standing. indebted forsomotime to. the coun- to been Sfnockod unconscious and the col tinuing four days. A beautiful silver pointed to with great pride by tho people, to each ia the rural schools of the was Richmond, but of Madisonj ty for poll tax, arrived in Richmond last them themselves for oredijboy was also so stunned hoTvas un-- cup, valued at $50. k sow on exhibition not only nf evening with a gallon jug of state an othorwiso fit Saturday several mln-- in the witadow of T. J. Moberley, which county. of life. See abloHo call assistance ior for Winchester "booze." Sheriff Deather-- tho mod strenuous duties Culbertson, utocO MniaWrs nf tka household ruehed will be gives to the flnest looking Pronteeat laymen of the church and levied on the whis retaryw the President, .Mr. 1 age nabbed him was sarriod to tt entered from Mad won county, re ar&lw eoiHrWd evw tea thousand from absent Mr. Walker bced exceedingly busy the past few pat kevawi Stone "cameTWMss" with $1.00,: has ariWing breed or prdUree ad a number of membew who will Mtbeeribe at the prothe details for receiving the, tax. Of course the TUys, th4uoBt0f ownerr have already eoiered. There per titrt, bttt are now debating tfc twney get k pupils, and ofieer oaaW ot have Mmwwd ot itlaw- - the poomiset to be intense friendly rivalry amount thy will givf pMamittpg tot. He is. able t geTabot - tha loetf Ud Mliay fer work. Kvery owwty full- tn thu Kitv. but ratheramong the leeil owners for this chokw will be appointed at Ky hi "juice of tho corn" he paid P intao jJUt4rli?triet w largely repr aed'irfaaiAff no ill effects, bat declare Main puslied with all pcsibJ tofoo priae. '' orM he elost call he ever hva, it was happy. TT r- Richmond Commandory No. 10, F.. for hatching from healthy, Knights Templars, elected its o (Beers last Ik" boned, faravrafced Baraadbreed-ui- - yoar,evening to serf o during the ensuing and enjoyed a light lunch after Rocks, birds of the best the oleotion. On account of the latel on for 15 ggs. $.0 for 100. ness of the hour, the Climax was unable Mne. S. Lnnoagter, Ky. to give the new officers in this issue. R i: Piy-mou- ui For Sale. Officers Llected. High Compliment w Will - Celebrate. . .. , ,. BUSY WEEK Woods Spoke Cyn-thian- April 20th ad Court Docket Heir to Millions Richmond People May Get a Slice of Vast Estate From Rich Ancestors. . Kehfe, the eitcient m.--. driver far the Adnmn Ksytes Co this point, way net have tat work bin t short time, and hfe toother, Owen Rot-. V w i! 1 L - trains son-in-la- w Ja-go- e, . ' 11 i ht the-Nor- :.- tu-l- - this-count- semi-annu- ol of LetiisviUa, and twa sisters, Mary ,( this eity and I.yde, of Lexington, m;i , be independently rich for the remain. k-of their lives, if there is anything in the reports of a vast estate now being by Philadelphia attorney It amounts to something like $4,000,000 and is the fortune of wealthy Philadelnhians, among whose lineal descend am? is the Reno family el Kentneky. In WTnohostor, Frankfort and Richmond several of these doeondnnta have been aetifted to ergamae and precoed to prove .Mr. Wil their ektim to the property liam Rohb, of Winchester, has been eteeted secretary and tronaurer of i h s erganiaatioa and k punning the claim with several attorneys now m Philadel phia. Mr. George Reeh, one of the benen- oiarles, has been a. resident of Rich- mead for the past eight years and is a faithful employe of the Adams Bxpress Ce. His father was William Robe, who was a resident of Franklin and del about nine years ago. Their moth r alee died about ten years age. Ia cor. versation with a- - representative ef t Climax Mr. Rohb said that he had re eeived oemmunieations frem prominent members of the Rooh mmiry and all eiaim that there will be a big attne even te those of the fifth generation. r - Berea Suffers. The little town of Boraa suffered a most disastrous Are teat week, which broke oct at an e rly hour Wednesday morning and caused damages to the amount of about 3 IS, 000 with partial in surance. The Maae started in a liver stable ewned by Berea college on Main street and when discovered was beyond control. The volunteer bucket brigade made a great tight to prevent the spreading of the Dames and; with, the assistance of nearly every ettisen of th town, suoeeeded in saving much propF. erty that at first seemed doomed. O. Clark, a volunteer fireman, made a rush in the livery staWe to save horses and came very near losing his life in the flames. He was kicked by one of the maddened animals and was so dtuerf that his comrades, at a great risk, were compelled to go in after him. It was a narrow esoape. ne was almost overcame when reaohed. ty New Church 6 Can Almost the Shouts er 2t Pictures the Course ofTruelove As Possible o, Grand Opera House Hot Election. Richmond and Madison counties were almost n much interested in- the eW ti in at Winchester last week for eftm ofHces as the Clarke oounvy town her self. Woodson McCord, who defeated James H. Boone, for Chief rPohee. is related to many in this county as well as H. B. Scrivener, who was ehesen councilman in the First Ward. - -- - Fine All Wool : C ha Hies membership. - Our matchless Assortment of lovely Challies sufficient to convince you of the ever this creasing demand There is More fo Painf 1 i vaii nalal don'fi Dots, Stripes, Checks nd Persian Border Effects lias-broug- jnst select the shade and. Jet It go at that Make' sure also that yoa are using paiatiht willwear, continue to leek welt heSfrits color Ion?, stay ok the Job aadTglve good honest service. It tehee paint like the brands we seJi tar give serviee like this. The decicately tinted ones especially pretty Misses' dresses M. Caden sw 210 West Lexington, HONE 7 lyiAIN ST u Don't : Overlook : Good Al : Things HINDU FUNERAL PYftfS. - The Man who invented the hinged collar button and got' rich by it, saw a gecd thing that had been within six inches of millions of men's eyes lor fifty years. -- says: I Burning the" Dead, at Benares a Care less and Callous Rite, Describing the homing of their dead by the Hindus of India at Benares, Prico Collier in Scribner's Magazine Oman and Higgins i 9 O (0 oo. O o , . S The Fine Young Stallion young chap came into "the store Saturday .wanted to know the minute he got inside whether we had such and such a suit that was in the window on Monday. No it 'was sold "I knew friend of mine has it on." it" he eaid "I've admired that suit in the window two or three times but I'll bo giggorcd if I thought it could Got be bought for the prico he told me he pa!d." anything like it" "Why don't you put prices on them in the window?" "WhDinade tho $ult anyway?" tjL a "It's a Schloss Bros. & Co. , Suit One of the line of the HQlotbes Bsautiful," Well let's ree some of shem they've certainly some class to them." ' . You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co label on the Coat Collar. Also by the Custon Made Look $15.00 up ment Just after the sale we are showing New Goods in Every Depart. Climax It Was Comfortable Even if It Didn't Hang Just Right. Miss Amanda Jones, who possesses the artistic temperament in a very high degree, Is as careless as a lily of the field as to her attire. Not long ago,,helng away from home and far received some mw Tailor-aad- e lor Jadies. If you don't need a sprlag suit it will pay yon to sec the new styles an from the watchful eyes of her family, get priors. Srfaloss Broe. Clothing for men and young mon have begun to oome in in all their nowt spring glory she selected and purchased an evening for herself and wore It on Oer line af sew spriag Oxfords see Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladios arc already in stock. Mak gownoccasions with great comfort sev end eral roiootton aw wfcUe yo can get yor size. Oar Wm. Kneelaad Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing . uj satisfaction. Shortly after her return better the one tmc tkis spring. See them, get eur prices and soe tb Hew things in overy department we can to her home she was invited to a re ception and decided that it would be a ym mwey o every pwrebase. good opportunity to wear her Elf se lected gown. Accoroingiy sue- - put h on and presented herself complacently for family inspection. "What Is tho matter with your dress?" asked her sister, eying her critically. "It hikes up in tho most singular way in the back and seems to bo too long In the front" Tve always thought it looked very nlc6." said Miss Jones, with an air of chagrin. TO INSURE YOUlt "But it doesn't fit," exclaimed, the HOUSE WITH sKler, still examining the garment at tcntlvely. "Is that the way you've always worn it?" was the next question, uttered In a despairing tone. "Yes, of course. How else could 1 AT ONCE wear It?" was the response. "And it I Moved My Is so comfortable, with plenty of room THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT In the back for my shoulder blades. BURNS AND WISH And, then, I like a gown to fasten in YOU HAD front Why, what's the matter?" as her sister covered her face with her hands and sat down abruptly. "Do Its poer policy to wult until! you have you see anything wrong with it?" a fire to begin thinking about insurance "No, no, no," said her sister, shaking Do It now. We write tho best politics her head, "only, you know, you vo boon sotwearing It hind part before." New Dan H. Brock. Tork Press. .Now is tho lime of year to feed your fowls a rood tonic. cure Who Owns the Falkland Islands? Cholora, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim Few people are aware to this day bernock. When fed as a preventative that the Falkland islands are marked it not only keeps thom healthy, but In all Argentine maps and geographies makes thom lay. Price 60c No Cure, as "unlawfully retained by Great Brit No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, aln." The origin of the dispute was that England after abandoning the Stockton & Son. Try it under the guarantoe."7Ask for Islands In 1774 resumed possession In 1S29. The Argentine government probooklet on diseases of poultry. purtested and, as A. Stuart" Pennington points out in his book on the country. Eggs For Sale. a Is even today "careful to do nothing From my Single Comb Brown Leg which could even apparently recognize horns, $1 per setting of 15 oggs, or 40 tho rights of the present possessors. eggs for 82. Also breeder of Bourbon It was for that reason that It declined Red Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpington, a proposal a few years ago to run a and Uuscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of lino of Argentine Ehips to the Islands. correspondence. Midnight Conversation. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, Yeast I read today that glowworms mO 2mo R, D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. are much more brilliant when a storm Constipation brines many ailments in Is coming than at other times. Crimsonbeak Indeed! Do you know its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keen your "boveb regu- whore I can get a glowworm? E lar, raaaam, and you will escape many "What for?" of the ailments to which women are "I must go home to my wife now. subject. Constipation Is a very simple and Td like to know If a storm Is thing, but like many simple things, it about to break!" Yonkers Statesman may load to serious consoquonoes. Nature ofton needs a little assistance and Like All Mankind. whon Chamberlain's Tablets are givwn at the first indication, mnoh distress He Darling, all I possess 1 lay ai and suffering may bo avoided. Sokl by your feet She You are just like all Stockton & Son. the men you insist on putting thing? where a woman will have to pick them Tor Rent up after you. But I'll say yes, John Judge's Llbraryr Ware house on Orchard street and L. & N. Rail Road, about 1,000 foet floor Our Varying Moods. te space, new tight floor. The Farmer Uses "Yes, environment does Influence us." Colby Taylor. The Best Implements "How now?" "Don't leUhe baby suffer from eczoma. "You never see a man coming out sores or any itohing of tho skin. DoanV of church with his hat perched on We have the toiest Unproved Olntmont gives instant Toliof, ouro tho 6ide of his head." Louisville Cou quickly. Perfectly safe for children. Al druggistc sells it I Never oao toll when vnn'll mnEii n an. Meditation isMeditation. storehouse" ot the great ger or suffer a cue milsc. burn or soald our spiritual dynamics, where divine Be prepared. Jr. Thomas' Ecleotlo Oil energies. He hid for any enterprise and and the formers are rapidly discarding instantly relieves the ly ouret the hero is strengthened for his field "" the old ones for the the wound. t All great things are born of They are all chock full of new spring stuff. Especially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, Laces, etc. Come and sec thom before they ar picked over they are new and fresh now. Onr new line of Imporial Dross Skirts have just arrived am the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and see the best fittiug Skirts shown on this or any othei market. Our styles are oxolusivc. Wc have jusi have been present at these burn tags. The bodlea are brought to on a frail litter. A pile of logs la built up, held In place by four Iron stanchions. The body, with the head- - uncovered, is placed on tho logs, more logs arc piled on top, the litter is broken up and added' to the small fagots underneath and the fire lighted. There arc, various ceremonies connected with the rites. The body Is carried several times around the pile before being placed upon It Tho nearest relative walks around the pile with a Jar of water, lotting It drip down a3 he goe3 till of a sodden he dashes the Jar to the ground, breaking It to pieces a symbol of life, everywhere. At a certain moment, too, the skull Is fractured by the nearest relative to allow the easy escape of the spirit to another world. Where the deceased is rich tho flro la made of costly and sweet smelling wood, sandalwood and the like, and the ceremonies are more elaborate prolonged. No doubt it is the Ideal way to dispose of a dead body, but when I have seen It done hero It seemed to mo a callous and a careless rite. I have noticed all over India tho absolute Indifference of tho natives themselves to the pain and deformities and maladles"that are displayed as an excuse for alms. It Is not the stoicism of our western Indians, who thought It dishonorable to show fear or to shrink from pain, but an Imbedded indifference, a numbness to this particular Influence. and-mor- a woman has been dealing vrith one grocery for a long time and paying cash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying less for the same. Better join me in a few visits to a place where prices are lowest and no My idea of rea anger is when Betsy's Pointers z CO .o SHERWOOD Will make the Season of 1011, at my place at Red House, Kentucky, al LJj $J2. 00 .to Insure a Living Colt Masey doe when colt is foaled or mare parted willr. Lien retained on coft for service fee SHERWOOD it a rioh chestnut, C years old, 16 hands high, and hi? splendid style ami action. Shorwood is by Farood 18100, he y Xuttruod 000, he by Belmont Gl, he by Abdallah 15, etc. Shotweed's Srst dam record 21; second dam by Peayine 85; 3rd dam by Gopperbottom I Lackey & Todd to The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing TelejJhone',62 " Q Is a btaek Jaok with white points, 5 years okl, over lo hands high. wi'U Sam II. is by Griggs.' Tom, he by apod bene and musele and fine action. Howard, ho by Hamilton's Big Jeff, he by Gate Woods' Boss Tern. First . dam Hachett's Jannot. Sam H.'s second dam Collins' Jennet. He has proven himsolf-- good breeder. a SAM H. Opera House Building $8.00 to Insure a Living Colt eok is foaled or mare parted wfch. Lien retairiPd on colt for service fee, Core taken to prevent accidents, bat not responsible should any oowr. I will stand wy norsc and jack at my place at Red House, Ky. Money due when WE OFFER : Great Newspaper Bargins. The Cincinnati Enquiror(woekly) rog 1.00. ular prico . .25 Kansas City Journal (wceklv) SLJo Both My prico for tho two big weeklies only So cents for one year. This offer is during tho month of March only.. Postage stamps accoptod. T. J. Trlbble. Newspapers and Magazine Agelicy. Richmond Ky. Lake Roba Box 41. Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur anco in tho very best old lino Compaaie f, "tt'm. S. Broaddus. Agt. t-- R.-A- , COSBY And Recommend for Investment HER NEW GOWN. Richmond Electric & Power Cbmpany's Six Per Cent Convertible, First Mortgage . GOLD BONDS In Denominations of of $ 1 00.00, For Rent Throe rooms over store formerly oeec-pio- d by J. B. Walker on Sooond street. tf $500.00 and $1,000.00 At 100' and Interest (subjeot to prior sale) Commissioners Sale, Amos Lnngford, etc., Plaintiffs, vs. ) yer - se W D. Oldham & Co. These .Bonds can be converted into the Seven Per Cent. Preferred 5tockof the Electric Company, which stock is issued in exchange for the Bonds and for no other purpose and pays dividends quarterly. DescriptivelCircuIarMailed on Application' Non-Takabl- e, ) Lee Fox, etc., Defoadants. Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the Febru ary torm of tho Madison Circuit Court. the undersigned Master Commissioner. of said court will on From the Basement to the Roof We earn in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS Todd-Edwards Saturday April 8, 9 1 11 Grocery & Meat Have ved IT IS BETTER D. R. Freeman S. 1 CHeiming 1 & Co -Kit Investment Securities J6L -j .16 South Fifth Street, Louisville, Ky. Si Broadway, New York.'N. Y. IZZZ' quantities and the best that can be chased. If you have never given us part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and licit 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 and quick delivery. Groceries in large -f MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange, Louisville Stock Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade. in front of the court houso door, at II o'clock a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder the following desoribed proporty: A parcel of land known as tho Jim Hudson place, near Clay's Fgrry, and supposed to contain four aoros, and be ing tho samo land convoyed to thopsrty ot tne nrst part uy aneouore Jlaeker, and to said llaoker by lone Richardson, and to Riohardson by Commissioner of tne Aiaciison uirouii uourt, in the ease of Judith W. Franklin, plainliftvs. Jos u. uuuson. xue ueeas-aronly referred to for a more particular descrip tion. Slid land will be sold on a credit of six months time, tho purchaser to have the privilege or paying cash if oesired; if sold on time the purchaser will be required to execute bend with approved seourity, payable to the Commissioner. bearing C per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, with a lien retained on the land until all the purchase money is paiu. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. e Lumber Co. Coraer Phone 00 Ma & 0rcfiard Richmond, K5 A Wonderful Display of Handsome China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases Tor your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display I IM-11-- Commissioners Sale Luther Todd, etc., Plaintiff, vs. 1 Sewell & McKinney 140-14- 2 North Second Street 1 The Climax $1 a Year Speed Todd, etc., Defendant ) Undorandby virtue of a judgment ana oraer oi saw renaereu at tae Feb. term of the Madison Cireuit Court, the undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will, on Telephones 6 and 223 Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords 'Si Saturday, April 8, 1911 Westminster Chimes 11 o'clock a. m.. in front ot the court houso door, in Richmond, Ky., sen to tho highest and best biddor 4 tract of land, logated on the waters of Maddy Creek, in Madison county, Ky., and containing the following number of acres: Tract No. I. Tho property of Luther and Speed Todd, containing 23 acres! i.uwior vLoau Doing tne owner of or :hls land. Tract No. 2. The oronertv of Lnth. erand Speed Todd, containing 90 3 acres. Luther Todd being the owner ef 5 of this land. Tiuct No. 3. The property of Jot. and Pattio Evans and Speed Todd, eon taming to acres. Jos. and Pattio Evans boing the owners of of this land. Iiuct 20. 4. The nronertv of Frank and Sarah Ames and Speed Todd, containing 12 2 acres. Prank-anPaitie Ames being the owners of of this 1- -3 -o 5-4-d at Yours for Fresh Goods TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and an article of furniture for home, office, or institution, appeals alike to utility, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movement insures correctness of time; the j;olid oak or mahogany case, with classic lines, conforms to good laste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and quarters after the peak of Whltnngton or Wetaimster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the assing hour. The fifty styles give ample choi:e In design, size, and price,' all showing the moon's phases fa the dial arch. We arc sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request. PARKE & The Wonder of the ' Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When an town, don't fail to see the new Irvine Street Telephone 39 5, 10 and 25 Opposite Elder's. 5 cents yon een buy many items cent Store lafid. Best Job Printing: Up-to-da- Climax 4-- t- Plo . vv " L Gifts by Mail. You can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield Plate, Gold and Silver Jewelry, Mantel Clocks, Etc, throUgh our Correspondence Department at mod :rate prices. Correspondence solicited. Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The above land is fuliv deserlbiul i tho judgment horoin by metes and bounds and roforenco is horeby mnde to said judgmonCfor a full description of tho land. Terms: Tho land will bo sold on a credit of six months time, the purchaser will be required to exocute sale bonds bearing six per cent, interest from ctato of sale, payable to the. Commissioner to navo the force and Direct of a judgment with a Hen retained on the land until all the purchase money is paid. 11. J. UlVJEi, Al. U. Jl. u. u. ' 1- We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. For that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 oenta yen get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware Woodenware. Brashes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked io plain figures. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building The Frank Herschede Co. Helichede Building, Fourth Street, Eastt Cincinnati, Ohio paiu-quiok- $75 to $750 New Improved Wm. J. Oliver Good Quality fobacco Canvas at 2 I -- with a guanutteeagainst breakage of froi wid a point ad a landslide that is indepe dent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen itr Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented He Was Soured. Wigwag I can always tell n married man when I meet one. Henpeckke Oh I don't knowl You might occasional); la run across a bachelor with a Record. groucb.-Phlladelph- 3c per yard Work That Tells. The Kind Richmond Readers Appreciate. medf-cinoyo- r ARE THE BEST CLOTHES l TAYLOR & OLDHAM It- - Ladies' Ready to wear Goods- are arriving tlafly. Ele. -- 1:1 gant styles. Respectfully t V,- 3V Mrs. J. M, Barlow 2?ew Gibsoji Building . -- ,iMain;Street Cures that last are cures that tell. To thoroughly know the virtues of a must investigate thocuies and see If they prove permanent, "DoanS Kidney Pills stands this tost, nnd.plonty of proof exists right here in this locality People who Uglified years ago to relief from backaehe, kjdnay andurinary disAS B. AT J. orders, now declare tiiat relief was. per jLSIred by Tarkington's Napoleon:blaok manent and the cure porfect Can any jaoK witn wnue points, to hands high Richmond suHerof longer doubt the evilist dam by Tarkington's Colpsus; 2nd dence? Samuol'T. Greene, Holt street. 3ft. aaxn oy Cam well's Liberty; 3rd. dam b Stlggall's Black Hawk; 4th dam bv Pet Sterling, Ky. Jjaysi Tcon corroborate ers' Black Hawk; 5th dam'by Importec trie public statement I gave in Way 1008 in praise of Doacs Kidney Pills'. I can Bertram. Napoleon is a famous breeder on boll not express how much good Doan's Kid ney 1'ius did me, in fact, I doubt If I mares and jennets, r A jaok, to i--z nanas nign, navjng been recontl would be alive wore U not for thom. You may continue to uso mv name and sold to Tennessee parties for ftSOO.OO. Hyou are looking for a jennet jack ft say that I recommend Doan's Kidnoy ts no experiment breeding to Napoleo- n- Pills highly." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 bo is a sure oreeaer. cents. Poster-JHlboNAPOLEON is 1C hands higlvS-yeaf- s Co.. Buffalo. old. black with white, points, extrr New York, eole agents Tor the United weight and length, large Toot and bone, States. Itemember the name Doanra nnd food head, neck and car and is a (No. breeder. I went to sec his colts before take no other. ouying. as I wantedlsoznethlng extra as Notice to Creditors in individual and breeder, and will jitandat AH parsons having claims acainst' tho Ji$25 to Insure a JackColfc'f estate of Jaraos C, Lackey, deceased. are Hereby notified to prosant same prp- I $10ito Insure a Jcnnett porly vorined as required by jaw to the" yCoIl and same for a Mule undersigned Kxccntors o$nrd James C. Colt Lackoy for yaiment oa "or beforo tho To Stand Cp and Suck. first day of May 1911. And all persons . Money due when colt is foaled, mare pat-towith or "bred to another horse or being indebted to the said James C. jack. Lien on colt until service fee is jsckey oilherfcy noto or account, are paid. Mares kept at 10 cents per day. notified to come and pay sftmo without - Every precaution AwUl be taken to fulher notioe,'andjsavo cost." Given nn' avoid accidents or escapee, but wilUtot responsible for aav tLu nar ukup der ourjwjvds as executors of Jamw o. be A. Dobrowsky Ben eh "Tailored "Wear Napoleon i 8211 Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade if 50 years experience the guarantee in suits, all sizes from . smallest boy to largest Newest stock man in city fo select from Fine Line New Style factory m t tho best bred trotting horsos that hal'cvcr been brouahtto'iladlson counsf. Will mako the season of 1011 ai mj; place near. Richmond, on tho " UlJaRoad, at .. . Commodore Onward 315 to Insure.a Living F!6al. ijiaro is parted with. . " Money duo when colt is foaledTor lis is a chance for many Madispn couijly owners to securo a royally urcd jolt at a low price Commodore Onward is a wonderfully bred horso his sii 50 beiuff Iho champion Vlco Cominodqle, 2:U, a son of tho great Bingd j. U.is dam Prosy took u race recordibf 2;241-2- , and is by Time, Onwaj d, $lra pf the" great stake winner, Jlarjfin, U;05 3.4 His secondillam ' was t eraaughter of Happy Medium, the sir)) of Nancy Hanks. He has roya ilaoil In his veins on both sides and gd jss back through a generation ot vvoj jhjrWUy Vod horses. Write for full ijoscrip(JoH card to . and Furnishing Goods, Suit Trunks, Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. Cases, . ... Laokpi.-- 1 This thoOth iafZkt , X(Kafe'' ROf-- C WHITE. IVll, . ' James S. .Cjriitclier Oldest Established Clothing and Tailorfe Richmond, h'yhnj J House in Richmond